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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1900)
MARQUAST GRAND-'To. life "Hypnotist."
CORDRAY'S THEATJEii (Washington St.)
'A 'Wise Guy,"
METROPOLITAN - "Whoso Baby Are
DgraagPB. His CoaaA2cr'tf Enterprise.
w. 1. O&ndhsrd, manager of the Cle e
land oil & Paint Company, which ope
rates a mill in South Portland, which a
citizen informed The Oregonlan Is ex
tending its lumber yard into the streets,
says that if there has been any encroach
ment of this kind 4t will be (stopped. Mr.
Llndhard adds, that before his company
took hold of 'the mill It .had been Idle for
1,0 years, and the decayed appearance ot
the surroundings "was a much more se
rlous drawback to the neighborhood than
the possible extension of a few lumber
piles into the street. Before the m:i
was started there were many vacant
houses in the vicinity. Now there are
none, while 40 men living thereabouts are
employed In the mill at an average wage
of $3 a day. air. Lindhard thinks that an
enterprise which can do this much for a
neighborhood should receive the support
ol the residents rather than their con
demnation. He further remarks that
Front street for almost Its entire lengtn
Is much more nearly impassable owing to
the amount of traffic than any of the
streets near his mill.
NOT WIDL.TNQ TO lOSE THEIR VOTES.
There "Rill probably be a -very full vote
cast in this city for Presidential Electors,
although there are a number of disgusted
democrats who will not vote, not "being,
able owing to their bringing up, to vote
the Republican ticket, and Jiot -Rilling
under any circumstances to vote lor the
mongrel tjpket put up by their party.
There is, howeier, a. determination on the
part of many who might "be disfranchised
lor this occasion owing to having lately
changed their residences, td having been
under age when voters were registered, Oi
v.ho have been only a short time in the
state to have their votes counted. Every
day many persons are asked to be one of
the six freeholders required to sign their
names to the paper requisite to secure
such persons the privilege of voting, and
In several places persons are In waiting
with the necessary papers, prepared to
take the signatures of the freeholder
who can testify to the qualifications ot
LooiE-LEAr .Ledgers The following
well-known firms comprise a lew uers of
loose-leaf ledgers and substantially at
test the practicability and economy or
this modern method of keeping accounts,
rieischner, Mayer & Co , W. J. Tan
Schuyver & Co., Oregonlan Publishing
Company, LIpman, Wolfe & Co , Olds &
King. Meier& Frank Co .Mason. Ehrman &
Co., Honeyman. DeHart & Co , Rosenfelo
Smith Co, The Geo. Lawrence Co.. Pa
cific Coast Biscuit Co., Blumauer JL Hoch,
TV. P. Fuller & Co , Clei eland Oil &.
Paint Co., Blake, McFall Co., "Wadham?
& Co., Oregon &. "Washington Flour Co.,
Xang & Co., TVadhams &. Kerr Bros., A.
B. Steinbach, Fisher, Thoren & Co.,
Mitchell. Lewis & Staer. Woodard,
Claike & Co., T. M. Sinclair & Co., Buf
fum & Pendleton. Glass & Prudhomme
have the onlv plant In the Northwest for
the manufacture of leaves for any make
of loose-leaf ledgers, and are prepared to
furnish completo outfits at short no
tice. New Gekeiiai, Missionary for Oregon.
At the last annual meeting of the Bap
tists of Oregon, held at The Dalles, there
was a vacancy In the office of general
missionary, caused by the resignation ot
Rev. Gllmart Parker. The board of the
convention -unanimously elected to the
place Rev. George R. Varney. of Spokane.
Wash. Mr. Varney has resigned his
church and accepted, to begin December 2.
He makes a sacrifice to come to this
state, having left a large pastorate, with
verv promise of growth. He is a man
of ripescbolarshlp.being a graduate ot J
the university and theological seminary I
at Kochester, N. T. The Baptists regard
his coming as a great addition -to the re
Ugibus .forces In the state.
;Nsw Steamer. A handsome little pro
peller Is being built on the East Side to
operate on the lower river. She Is some
thing larger than the Fleetwood, and j&
intended to be rather fast. The engines
for her have arrived from the East, ana
a Paragon boiler, which is very compact
and is so arranged as to have larger heat
ing -surface than ordinary boilers, is near
ly completed at the "Willamette Steel &
Iron Works. It Is understood that .she as
being built by a. syndicate of steamboat
owners to be used to run opposition to
guerrilla steamers, which Interfere -with
CiviL Service Examinations. The Uni
ted States Chil Service Commission
announces that November 17 an examina
tion -Kill be held in this city for the posi
tion of skilled laborer, with practical ex
perience as electrical worker; also, on No
vember 20-21, an examination will be hela
for the position of superintendent and
trained nurse. From the eligibles result
ing from these examinations certification
will bo made to fill existing vacancies.
Persons desiring to compete should at
once apply to the commission, "Wasn
Ington, D. C, for application blanks.
Second Annual Masquerade Ball,
Portland Aerla Lodge Eagles, No. 4,
At the Exposition Building,
"Wednesday evening, October 31.
5250 piano given away at door.
Prizes for best-sustained characters.
Prizes for most graceful dancers.
Prizes for handsomest & ugliest Eagles.
$5Q grand prize cake walk.
Emergence Corps' Finai, "Meeting.
The Oregon Emergency Corps and Red
Cross Society will hold a meeting at ttu
Armory at 2 P. M. today for the purpose
or disbanding and turning the money re
maining In the treasury over to the monu
anent fund. This will be the last meeting
of this society, -which has such a splendid
record, and all members arc especially
-urged to attend.
Prbijaring Appeal. City Attorney
Xiong is hard at work preparing the rec
ord for appealing the vehicle license case
to the Supreme Court. He will have
everything ready for filing the suit early
next week and has been assured that it
will bo taken up at once and disposed ot
as quickly as possible, as It Is q. matter
which affects the city materially.
Historical. Societt. The rooms of the
Historical Society, City Hall, northwest
corner, fourth floor, will bo open today
from 1 to 5 o'clock P. M. The public
generally Is invited tj come and in
spect the curios and relics that have
been, placed here. Visitors In the city
will be repaid for the time spent in theso
rooms. No admission, asked.
Tiin First Presbyterian Church, Aldei
and Twelfth streets The pastor, Rev. Ed
gar P. Hill, D. D., will preach Sunday
morning on "The Yellow Peril"; evening
on "Boasting of One's Virtues." Morn
ing organ offertory, "The Distant Land"
(Heuselt), Edgar E. Coursen.
First Congregationai- Church. Spe
cial musical service Sunday evening; solos
by Mrs. Rose Bloch Bauer and Dom Zan.
Address on ""Gregory the Great,"' with
illustrative Gregorian music.
Taking effect today, the Northern Pa
cific make a slight change in the leaving
time of their 2 P. M. trairu This frain
will hereafter leave at 1:45 p. m.
Special $5 Hats, best value In, city;
the Paris and London, a new and most
elegant Fedora, at Heller's, S80 Washing
ton; see our display-.
Steamers Altona and Pomona leave
Taylor-street dock at 6:45 A. 2L every
day (except Sunday), for Independence,
Salem and way" landings. '
Football Game. The Bishop Scott
Academy football team will play the
South Portland team on the B. S. A. field
at 2:33 today.
Noimrnnir Pacific train No.
hereafter leave at 1:4S P. M.
Fakct drinks In hoUsoda, .Coffman's,
Spuciai sale taffies today!' Carroll's.
Will Plat Chsmawa. The. second foot
ball tcum of the Multnomaa Club will s
th.b 'inornins to the Cncmawa Indian
school for aame with tht schtol eleven.
On the second team are some ccver
young- players, from -vhvm the. club wttJ
draw Its future football star. The team
Is being encouraged In eyery way In rec
ompense for their somewhat arduous
work In giving the first team practice.
Tho team will line up as follows: Left
end, Hamilton; left tackle, Klrkley: left
guard. Smith; center, Keller; right guard,
Wilhelm; right tackle. Mathena right
end, Tim Wood, quarterback, Price; lert
halfback. Smith; 'right halfback, Hott
man; fullback, Harkins; substitute, Si
monton. In the absence of Captain Tea
Wood, Wllhelm'-nill direct the, team- Cap
tain Pratt, of the first team, will act as
one of the officials.
Peaooable Possession j.t Last. The
squabble over possession of the' scow at
the foot of East Yamhill street ended
yesterday In a complete, victory -for Mrs.
Rebecca Robinson, the newspaper seller,
who now has peaceable possession. J. W.
Fuller, the other claimant, has withdrawn
from the premises. Mrs. Robinson's
household goods have been restored to the
scow and she can henceforth sell morning
or afternoon papers about town without
Tear of finding herself locked out and her
goods piled on the river bank on her re-'
Compensation for Election Jttdges.
Tho Board of County Commissioners has
decided that Instead ot paying the Judges
and clerks at the coming election $3 per
day and providing, meals, that $3 75 per
day each will be paid and they will fur
nish their own meas. It is also under
stood that the, day -will end at 6 o'clock,
In the evening, when the polls close, and
whatever time is employed after that -will
count as a day if eight hours are con
sumed, or part of a day, as the case may
be, at the rate of ?3 75 per day.
Debating Club. The 1902 Debating
Club of tho Law Department of tho Uni
versity of Oregon was organized la&r
Tuesday evening. The objects of the club
are to promote the welfare of all Its
members In an thing that will be of mu
tual benefit and especially along the lines
of oratory and argumentation. The offi
cers elected for the following year are:
President, J. H. Klosterman; vice-president,
Jay H. Upton; secretary and treas
urer, R. H. Thomas.
Second Paper Chase The second fort
nightly paper chase of the Portland
Riding Club will take place this, after
noon, artd the start will be from the Port
land Riding Academy, at Nineteenth and
Northup streets at 2 o'clock.
1:45 P. M. is the new leaving time of
the Northern Pacific's train No. 12, for
Tacoma, Seattle, Gray's Harbor points',
Olymplfl. Spokane, Butte, St. Paul, Min
neapolis, Chicago and all points East arid
Evert member of Industry Lodge, No.
S, A. O. U. W.. Is earnestly requested to
report at lodgerooms tonight at 7 o'cIock
sharp to take part in A. Ot U. W. parade.
Sec meeting notice in another column.
Mrs. N A. Foreman's studio of dancing,
485 Alder street; phone Front C53. Chil
dren In classes 9 eig-ht In number pre
ferred. Parlor classes -will receive .special
Sfecial Sale onvTrimmed.Hats, $? valu
for $5. at Savoy Millinery, 2S4 Grand ave
nue, Heller building. ,
Carnations and violets at Burkhardt's.
Delicious hot chocolate at Coffman's.
Special sale taffies today. Carroll's.
The Dailtfy Company.
When "The New South" was first pre
sented In New York, Joseph Grlsmer
played Captain Harry Fcrd, Phoebe Da
vies essajed the role of Georgia Gwnne,
and Burr Mcintosh, who starred last ear
In "Pudd'nhead Wilson." assumed the
character of the negro Sampson, a col
ored political leader. Scott Cooper was
the original jGeneral Hewston Gwynne,
the part which is portrayed with tho
Dalle s by Louis Belmour.
Manager Dalley has two companies on
the road this year. His company of
comedians will be seen here tor one
week, commencing Sunday, October 28, at
Manager Dalley has gathered together
the very best material .for bis company,
and a more evenly balanced or painstak
ing and versatile organization has seldom
been .seen either In stock or in combi
nation. "The Wife," "The Lost Para
dise" and "The New South" are among
the plajs that they are to produce. "The
Wife," Belasoo and DeMllle's master
piece, is widely known as one of the
most beautiful emotional plays ever
written. It will be given a superb pres
entation by the Dalley company. Miss
May Nannary, the leading lady, is an
actress q temperament, having a great
deal of that vibrant senslbllltj which
holds an audience.
''Tile Fnt Mall" nt Cordray's.
"The Fast Mall," -which appears at Cor
dray's Sunday and all next week, is said
to be the most successful railroad and
scenic melodrama on the road this sea
son. L. J. Carter, the author and man
ager, has contrived to weave Into a con
sistent story nearly all the good points of
the sensational drama. The climax of
each act Is strong- enough to sustain a
whole play, yet so well graded are tho
features of the piece that one views with
Increasing interest through tho five acta
the murder and the cleer trick with the
grandfather's clock in the first act; the
Mississippi River steamer, its engine
room tshowlng a practical furnace, and
the explosion, with "complete change of
scene behind a curtain of rising smoke'
behind which Is seen the wreck, as the
curtain falls on the second act; the full
size freight train, with Its realistic en
gine and 14 box cars, with their familiar
lettering, followed at the close of the
third ract by the fast mall; the "Dag"
of the third act, and the thrilling inci
dents and hair-breadth escapes which take
place there: and then the. fu.l front view
of Niagara Falls, ns seen from the cen
ter of the suspension bridge, upon which
the final curtain descends.
Judge Stephen A. Lowell, of Pendleton,
Is at the Imperial.
George T. Hall, a hopdealer of Eugene,
is at the Imperial.
M. N. Barrett? ex-Mayor of Hlllsboro,
is registered at the Perkins.
W. J. Clark, a Gervals newspaper man,
is registered at' the Imperial.
J. M. Fiddler, a lumberman of Catlln,
Wash., Is registered at the St. Charles.
F. H. Moulton, of San Francisco, a
large shoe manufacturer. Is at the Per
kins. Hugh Glenn, a prominent cltlzpn of The
Dalles, registered at tho St. Charles yes
terday. F. E. Judd, connected with the Pendle
ton woolen mills, Is registered at the
C. E. Hollenbeck, a Hood River fruit
grower, is at the St. Charles, accompa
nied by his wife.
F. D. Kuettner, of the Astoria & Col
umbia River Railroad, is at the Imperial,
accompanied by his wife.
B. A. Nelll, a lumber dealer of Nellls
vllle, Wis., Is at the Perkins, while look
ing over the forest resources of Oregon,
with a, view to purchase.
W- B. Lawler, who Is operating sllvej
mines In White Pine County, Nevada, reg
istered at the Imperial yesterday. He Is
also Interested in mining property on
the Santlam. in Oregon.
NEW YORK, Oct 28. Northwestern
people registered at New York hotels to
day as follows:
From Portland N. Solomon, at the
From Spokane R. EnsIIer,-at the Man
hattan, i '
From SeattleMrs. F. GDoljson, F. &".
(Dobson, and "Morton S. Turner, at ''the
BEST OF 'WSATXXER ISPJXOMISED
FOR THE EVEJT.
Astoria gpjpclal .Will.. Arrive? jUint
Noon aiul Be Received Formally
Other Outside Delegations.
The weather clerk, acknowledges the
A. O. TJ. W. and promises fair "weather
today, which increases the -cnlhusia'sm in
proportion. The day will -be a' busy one
for the committee. 'The Astoria speclar
of six- coaches will reach Fourth and
Washington streets about noon, where
they will be met by the comm!tte -with
a band and escorted toihe Tabernacle for
entertainment. The Oregon City1 special
boat will arrive at G:30; the Salem t'ajn
also during the afternoon. Altogether,
the reception committee will 'have no
time to lose.
Members of the A. O.'U. W. are justly
proud of the record of their order, which
during the 32 years of its existence has
paid out to widows and orphans the enor
mous sum of $103,000,000. The large
amount expended In charity during this
tlmo Is not Included in this. This shew
ing, and tho fact that the order Is strong
er now than ever, the members consider
a sufficient refutation of the statement so
often made, that a fraternal order of tbe
beneficiary character cannot maintain Its
existence for any length of time.
Following Is the amended formation of;
column and line of march for the big
parade tonight in connection with tho an
Formation of Column.
Platoon of police.
Grand marshal, General Owen Sum
mers; chief of staff, Captain E. S. Ed-,
wards; aids to grand marsnal, George'F.'
Fuller, I. N. Day, J. E: Thlelsen, . Clar
ence. J. Wheeler, R. L. Durham, Georgfr
H. Durham, W F. Barnes, Philip Go
urtz, A, C.,-Edmunds. W. H. Patterson,
G. W. Baldwin, J. D.j.ManiL
- Fitst Division.
H. L.v. Camp, commanding1; aids, "A,
KTaaderly; J. U. Welch, W. K."1 Bemie.
William Baldwin, Fred Newell, Charles
Ford, Martin E. Gruber, Warren W,
DO NOT LOSE TOUR VOTE.
It jou are a male citizen of the
United States, are oer 21 cars'old,
and have resided in Oregon bIx months,
jou are entitled to'a vote for President
and Vlce-Frepldent at tho coming: elec
tion. !Do not lose jour ote because
-nu failed to reirlster. Get the af
fldaIts of six freeholders that you are
a qualified elector, and' take the afll
daIt to the polls with you. A Notary,
at 103 Third street, Jll furnish jou
the necessary blanks and take the af
fidavits of the freeholders -without
-charge. Ho Is there for that purpose.
Green; Third Regiment Band; Grand
Lodge officers, Past Grand Masters and
members of the Grand Lodge, together
with Grand Lodge colors; Hope Lodge,
No. Fidelity, No. 4; Multnomah, No. 48;
Anchor, No. 95; Tabor, No. 35.
L A. Whltcomb, commanding; aids, W.
H. Barry. X B. M. Abbott, John E VInce
W. C. Runyon, J. C. Sauvain, A. E. Sut
ton, G. H. Carr, R. P. McDonald, How
ard E. MIsner, Frank Merrill; Southern
Pacific Band; Industry, No. 8; Crescent,
Charles H. Stockton commanding: "Sea
side, No. 12; aids. J. H. D. Gray, Sea
side, No. 12; J. E. Higglns, Seaside, No.
12; W. B. Wiggins. Falls City, No. 59; E.
P. Dedman. Clackamas, No. 67; C. F.
PoUvke, Stafford, No. 55; Joseph Bi.kner.
Pig Iron, No. 185; Aug. Molsn, Frater
nlty. No. ; W. C. Springer, Vancouver,
Harmony, No. 3; A. O. W. Band, As
toria, Oregon City, Vancouver, Salem and
other visiting members.
J. E Hunt, commanding; aids, George
Lewis, Sam Kasha, H. C. Breeden, B C.
Freebprn, B. S. Sctaofleld, A. Strowbridge
S. W. Anderson, E. G. Freeman; MO lint
Tabor Band, Pacific Lodge, No. 17; Port
land. No 27; Eureka, NO 125. Upohureh
Formatloln will be as follows: Grand
marshal and aids will form on Fourth
street. Intersecting with Main. All aids
will report at this point to Cabtain E S
Edwards, chief of staff, for Instructions
at 7:30 P. M. sharp.
First division will form on Main street,
west of Fourth, facing east, In column of
fours, with their right 'resting on west
line of Fourth.
Second division will form on Salmon
street, west of Fourth, facing east, ln'col
umn, of fours, with their right resting on
west line of Fourth.
Third division tvIH form on Taylor
street, west ot Fourth, facing east, In
columns of fours. With their fight resting
on the west line of Fourth.
Fourth division will form on Taylor
street, east of Fourth, with the right
resting on the east line of Fourth.
The division commanders wlil form at
the heads of their Individual divisions, to
gether with their aids, at the Individual
Intersection of the streets where the right
of their separate divisions will rest at
7:30 P. M. sharp,
The different bands will report as fol
lows: At 7:30 P. M, Third Regiment
Band, at Fourth ana Main streets, to
Division Commander H. L. Camp.
Southern Pacific Band, at Fourth ard
Salmon streets, to L. A. Whltcomb, di
Mount Tabor Band, at Fourth and Tay
lor streets, to J. B Hunt, division com
mander. The A. O. U. W. Band and visiting
lodges and visiting members of the-order
will rendezvous at the Tabernacle,, at
'xweirtn and JYiorrlson, streets, at 7 P. M.
sharp, to "be by J. E. Thlelsen conducted
Dr. William Deveney will be in charge
of all unattached members of the order
residing or sojourning In. the city, who
will be attached to the Third Division,
and who will also report at the Taber
nacle. Column will move promptly at 8:15 P.
Line of Mnrelt.
North on Fourth street to Morrison,
east on Morrison to Third, north on Th!rd
to Burnslde, west on Burnslde to Sixth,
south on Sixth to Morrison, west on Mor
rison to Tenth, north on Tenth to viest
entrance of Armory. '
Formation will take place at 7:S0 P. M.
The column vlll move promptly at the
hour, 8:15 T. M., as designated, all sub
divisions not In position at that hour can
follow on left of line '
The column, will move In open order,
and to get at a uniform distance numbers
two and three In each set of fours, by ex
tending their arm at right angles from
the body and clasping hands wih trd
files on their right and left, and following
the .man. preceding them, will be able In a
simple way to keep distance. il
The distance for division commanders
to observe between the left of the division
that has preceded themand the right o!
thejr division, should not be less than ICO
ffet. They are cautioned to observe tills
All division commanders and their aids
will ride at proper distance, not less. than,
25 feet In front of their respective- bands
at the head of their division.
Caution, should' be made by all division
commanders and their, dlds against any
accident that mav be caused bv firework n
or 'otfierWlse. : i
ATeceptlbncommltteefrom "the various'
lodges A. O. U, W, will rhoet Astoria del
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egates at Fourth and Washington streets
at ll-:45 -A. M.; to conduct them to the
Tabernacle. Train from Astoria will come
up, to vFourth ,and Washlhgton streets, ar
riving" at noon.
'Preparatory and starting signals: 8 P
M;, ,ofte rockejt (preparatory rocket) will
be fired; 8:10 P. M., two rockets will bfe
flredsaS P. M.. three rockets will be
flred'as a signal for the column io move..
MANY ASTOniAXS WILL ATMS D.
Special Tralnof Six Cars "Will Bring;
' ASTORIA, Oct. 24 A special train, con
sisting of six cars, will leave "heres to
morrow morning at 9 ioclock for Port
land! filled with members of Seaside
'Lodge, No. 12. A. O. U. W.. and their
'friends. They go to attend the celebration
of the 33d lannlversary of the order to be
given by, the Portland lodges.
PlaoiorraiBern' Anoclfttlon fifts AQd
edv Washington nad Idaho.
3?h"e Pacific Northwest Photographers
Association was organized Jh thirjcity
vattt&rft&'v. thn OrasrortoAssocialiort- haviiift
expanded so caSo take lti the states of .
Washington and Idaho 'also. A. L Jack
son, of Taponia, was elected president;
li. D. Trover, ot Salem, first vice-president;-
J3d Curtis, Of Seattle, vice-president
for Washington; S. Aune, of Port-,
land, vice-president for Oregon; H. 0.
Meyer, of Boise, vice-president f6r Idaho;
Charles Butterworth, of Portland, wllL
act aa secretary and treasurer of the-new
association. Portland was selected as thu
place of meeting next year. Tacoma
made some, effort to obtain the honor,
but Portland's superior advantages pre
vailed and this city was an easy victor.
The afternoon session was mafnly de
voted to demonstrations in posing, light
ing and negative- making, with the new
Pacific photo film, at Mr. Tolman's studio,
227 Washington street. Much Interest
wbls .manifested .by the attending profes
Last eyenlng the association assembled
to witness demonstrations in American
Aristo jjapers, in Hibernian Hall. Quite
a number of new arrivals were. present
and seyeral important exhibits were add
ed to the largS collection in the body or
the hail. The interest taken by women
photographers was marked and caused
much favorable comment on the part of
the stronger sex.
Among the attendants at the meetings
yesterday was Charles1 H. Klrshner, ot
Berlin, Prussia, who placed some very
Interesting pictures on exhibition.
This morning 'the committee' on consti
tution and by-laws is expected to report.
It Is composed of the following members
ot the association, appointed by the. presi
dent: Frank Averlil, Portland; Mrs. L.
D. Hicks, San Frahclsco; Frank Doyle,
New York, and CharlesJButterworth, ot
The association hopes to conclude Its
routine business this forenoon arid the
general public Is invited to attend the
exhibition In the afternoon and evening.
No charge will be made, and lovers of
fine photographs will have an excellent
opportunity to see much that Is new and
beautlfdl In the collection which has
been brought here from all parts of the
United States and Europe.
"AWlse Guy" Will Be the Attraction
"X Wise Guy," the pleasing comedy
sketch .which has amused the clientele
of Cordraj's Theater this week, will be
the matinee attraction there this after
noon. The play is one especially suited to
a matinee performarice, as It abounds in
music and specialties, and is just the
kind to put every one in a good humor
and send him home happy. The adven
tures of a plano-moVer endeavoring to
Impersonate a millionaire furnish the fun,
and there Ms plenty of It. The company
Is fully up to the requirements ot tho
piece, and a good rifternoon's entertain
ment Is assured.. The last performance
will be given tonight.
Wants His Home Baclc.
A. -W. Moudy, an old man, who nab re
sided, in Portland and vicinity for many
years past, has commenced another suit
to recover possession of his former homo,
consisting of a house and two lots at
Montlpello, against Eliza Jane . Darling
and John Darling, her husband. He states
that because of sickness and the Infirmi
ties of age, he was Incapacitated, and
Mrs. 'Darling Introduced herself to him
and offered to tidy up his home and on
several occasions cooked 'his meals. Wh-n
she had gained his good Will, she pro
posed, he says; that as he had a nice
home, -well stocked with provisions, and
she and her husband had no iiome, they
would come and reside with him and take
care of him. He consented to the nrl
rangement, and relates in his complaint"
how the Darlings obtained a title to the
Ladles' ahd children, in separate gar
ments and combination suits, at ' Hoc,
B0o, 75c an;d $L0p. Bettor values -were,
never shown oyer a dry goods counter.
Three Leaders in
05c,. $1.16 and J1.33: correct shades;
perfect fit guaranteed. Bes gloves
A new 16t of extra length Kersey
cloth capes, In black, modes and tans.
We are' Instructed by the designers
sf Mode's Basar Glove Fitting Patterns
to sell all patterns a the uniform prlco
of 10c .
,THB EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS HOUSE
1 61 and 1 $3 . .,. .
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i.p vi i ppMy.
property from Penumbra Kelly, who had
previously assisted plaintiff by pajing for
him $50 balance due upon It and. taking
a deedr Briefly 'stated, the rest of Mou
ds tale ot woe Is that the defendants
soon treated him so badly that he was
compelled to leave the place. He wants
his property back, and an injunction Is
sued restraining- them from selling It un
til the case has been decided.
"WHOSE BABY ARE YOU."
Matinee Attraction at tbe Metropoli
'At the Metropolitan Theater the jisual
m&tlnee will be given today at 2 o'clock
"Whose Baby Are You?" which will be
the attraction, Is considered one of the
most ludicrous tarces that has appeared
in Portland far some time. It has been
"playing to big houses all this week, and
as the sale has been very large, will un
doubtedly blay fo standlns-room this
-afternoon. The farce will "be jjiarticular-
ly" pleasing to women and children
VWKose Baby Are You?" will close a
week's engagement tonight.
H. -B LETT.
New-today, a case., of -extra, sizes golf
suft3, in black and colors, .from the cele
brated Graner. Misses' golf capes and
box coats. All garments In stock and to
arrive will Be offered at 5 per cent dis
count on the medium-priced and 10 per
cent on the finer coats, until the altera
tions In my store are completed, which
will be on or about "December 1.
H. B. L1TT.
WHERE TO DINE.
You want a nice hot lunch these days;
something substantial. Try the Portland
restaurant, 303 Washington, near Fifth.
'Everything first-cluss; service perfect.
E. House's Restaurant, 12S Third street.
J(rooT .TJoll TJprislit Piano.
The latest Improved. Acknowledged to
bo best sold .on easy Installments. Pianos
rented, tuned and repaired at lowest
prices. H. Slnshelmer 72 Third. Estab
Pocket-books Munslng Unshrinking Un
derwear Suede Kid Gloves. John Cran
Mrs, Watxon, Optician.
Scientific fitting, high-grade goods, rea
sonable prices. SS Washington building.
Scc'ti if You Want Ribbons.
New York Mercantile Co.. 205 Third st.
IS TO PROPER DISTANCE:
AT WrftH A tfORMAL EYE SHOO CLEARLY
DlSTlriGJlSH LETTER of Afl iNCrTUOHG.
CALL aw HAVE yoiJR EYES TE5TED
16ft SIXTH 4TItE12T
Show Prlnllnot CAtaloaues, Briefs,
Books, Periodicals, Blank Books, Sta
tionery Commercial and Small Printing
F. W. BALTES &CO., 228 Oak St
Jte IXJlib Uuliailix
Jull Sdt Teth S3 1
Gold Cmwm J5 DO
llrldire Work S3 Ou
1 Aamlhatlonj fre .
Tth extract! ahrt-
L . . .. luwiy-vfitnaut pain.
Ciih Third rind Waahlnetnn.
if Jn the vicinity, look over the ho
slery stock. Ladles' and children's
the different styles and makes. The
values iwlll please jou.
Ladies' fancy knit skirts, 50c; chil
dren's camel's-hair Tarns, BOc; ladles
French hose, white foot, 25c; lnfantsr
white casslmere cloaks, Sl.Od; chil
dren's eiderdown coats, 51.25; ladles'
fancy pulley belts, 2Sc.
New flannelettes iji warm, rich col
ors. No need of golnq Into detail. They
are aa perfect In style and finish as
it is possible to make( them. Prices,
95o, ?1.23, $1.85 and $1.45.
You cannot afford to
miss our Cloak Sale
j.iM.iie.u,iOU ua. ntUiluiLMJ-Uu,
ivmI. 1 T, .UL
that $12.50 will buy a
We have winter-weiflht
bach perfection in every
.uxtord grays, worsted ana wool
en checks, stripes and plain cofors,
tailored in most approved style.
Overcoats The best that are to
be had are here In medium and
short lengths. Overcoats that wlil
suit the man who believes in style
and honest quality.
$3 CO suits like ours, for boys, should bo
seen to be appreciated. These suits are
made of pure woolens, and guaranteed.
- or -'- w.v ytr .jit 1 Lx.jrrrifxMU;."
Larfl est Clothiers in the Northwest
Fourth and Morrison Streets (Corner Entrance)
snd Prlcss upss
oeeoeoaoooooooooo 0V0 osaood
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Tho 12th year will open at 10 o'clock A. M.
Monday, September 17
The ichool Includes a prjmary and gramma?
school; the academy proper. cKlufr a llo
years' course In preparation for coll gH- anil
an -advanced coureo equivalent to the freshman
year In college Mr. Vilon Is at the academy
from 0 A. M to 12 M and from 3 to C P. II.
Tor catalogue address
PORTLAND ACADEMY. Portland. Or.
1 Ls C -xy
for BntfantS and Cfai
inmil i il i iiiiiiiwwuiiii i ! iiiimmh
The Kind Xou Havo Always Bought has borne the signa
iure of Chas. H. Fletcher, and lias been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in tliis. Counterfeits; Imitations and
' Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
Use For Over SO Years.
TH( CtNTHUK COMPANT, TT MUIUMT BTHIPT, HCW TOUK CITY.
TOUNQ MEN troubled -with nlsrht emissions, dreams, erhaiifltltur dr-rnn hb-
fulness. aversion to society, which deprive you of your manhood. UNFIT YOO
FOR BUSINESS OR MARRIAGE.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN who from excesses and strains have lost their MAN1S
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. 8phllls, Gonorrhoea, painful, bloody urine,
Gleet, Stricture, enlarged prostate. Sexual Debility, Varicocele, Hydrocele. Kidney
and Liver troubles, cured WITHOUT 1IHRCURX ANE OTHER POTqnMnilS
DRUGS. Catarrh and RheUmat'um CURED. U
Dr. Walker's methods arc regular and scientific. He usca no pntont nontruma
or rendy-made preparations, but cures the disease by thorough medical treatment.
Hla New Pamphlet on Private Diseases sent Free to all men who describe thels
troubles. PATIENTS cured at home. Term reasonable. All letters answered la
plain envelope. Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call on or address
Doctor WaUce, 132 Flrat St., Corner Alder. Portlnnd. Or.
IT WAS -BEFORE
THEY USED TO SAY '"W0 MANAS' WORK IS
perfect fit and satisfaction?
sacksuits that. show Stein-,
As Tliey Should o
If not, you do not get the
Ne sell the best brand at
same prices you pay
for inferior brands.
Try Our Rubbers;
Made to Order
And guaranteed to fit
108 Second Street.
C. C. N eiACPCSTJ-13
Marquam Buildin Room 302
UK. C I. DKUritl urfjJaln h . room. 1ZH-7.
1 liO -
j 1 Wear
TWENTY YEARS OF SUCCESS
In the treatmont ot chronic tllseafles. such as liver,
kidney- and stomach disorders, constipation, diarrhoea,
dropsical swelllrss. Bright s disease, etc.
KIDNEY AND URINARY
Complaints, painful, difficult,, too frequent, mlltey es
bloody urine, unnatural discharges, speedily cured.
DISEASES OF THE KECTUM
Buch as pllas, fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous ana
bloody dlicharges. cured without the knife; pala M
DISEASES OF MEN
Blood poison, pleet, stricture, unnatural lossas. hn
potency, thoroughly cured. No failures. Cures guaranteed.
THE DAY OF