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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1903.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The Orcconlnn'K Telephone.
Counting nocm Mln 60T
Jrarlnir Editor Main
City Editor Main 168
Composlne ftam Main 63S
last Bide Ofl Eait 1
oupertBteodenr Building Bed
Counting Hocm W7
Editorial Kooro -108
.Composing Room ..... .......714
Engt&e Itwora .............
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER To&lght at
8.15 o'clock. Murray and Mack In "A Nlcht
TUB BAKER THEATER This evening" at
o:i5. "iicn and Women."
CORDRAVS THEATER Thli evenlnr. at 8:15.
Hub Welch and Kitty Francis In "Weary
Foreigners Pat Moee. A logging man
was quoted yesterday as Faying thit he
was sorry to see the price of Iocs and
lumber go so high as It Is at present. He
t nought It would have a tendency to
deter building operations here, and to
drive business to British Columbia and
elsewhere. A millman when asked about
this sail that rough lumber was S3 per
iwo less cere than In any other city on
the Coast, and that the difference of a
dollar or two per 1000 on the nrlco of
lumber cut little figure In the cost of a
building. He also said that mills sold
whOie cargoes of lumber to go abroad for
jz per thousand more than citizens paid
lor small lots of lumber for building pur
poses. A man was met with a strip of
board In his hand, rushing for a planing
mill. When asked If the Increase In the
price of lumber made much difference In
the cost of erecting buildings, he said
"Good No. 1 flooring is J10 per 1000 feet
higher than it was three years ago." It
appears that the large mills which sell
cargoes of lumber to go abroad really get
about jz per thousand more for.lt than
the smaller mills which supply the retail
trade- can command. This miy seem
.strange, but It Is a fact. The large milling
companies have an arrangement to keep
up the price of lumber for shipment. The
email mills cannot furnish cargoes to ves
sels, and so have to sell for what they
Cukious to Kxow TiiEin Weight. The
thousands of people of all ages and con
ditions who pass up and down "Washing
ton street all diy and till late at night
are happy over tho return of a weighing
scale which has stood In front of a store
on the street for a long time, and enabled
the passers to ascertain their correct
weight, free of cost. Some became so in
terested in their weight that they walked
some distance out of their way dally to
weigh beforo eating, and again after eat
ing, and thus kept tab on the amount of
food they consumed. They gauged the
amount they paid for food accordingly.
, One day a splay-footed behemoth Jumped
o-i the scale and broke it, and since that
time many have gone to one of the auto
matic nlckel-ln-the-slot machines, which
weighs a customer and then bellows out
the weight In a voice such as the Delphic
oracle spoke with. This has not been sat
isfactory, for there is a natural tendency
to doubt the veracity of tho oracles, and
their voice Is not pleasing. Tcople would
sooner see their weight In figures, for
there Is a widely prevalent Idea that fig
ures cannot He. Since the scale which
was broken has been returned, there Is a
steaay procession of people passing over
It. all pleased to see thelr weights pointed
out In fair, plain figures, and no oracle
mixed up In the matter,
i Chief Deputy Is Glad. It was tho sal
ary of S. Grutze, chief deputy In the office
of the City Auditor, which was Increased
by the Council Wednesday, and not the
salary of the chief deputy In the City En
gineer's office, as was erroneously stated
in the report of the Council meeting. Mr.
Grutze has filled the position he occupies
faithfully and efficiently for about 15
years. His work has been very consider
ably increased under tho new charter.
Several members of the Council opposed
any lncrcaso of salaries of city officials,
but It was noticed by citizens present
mat these members had no objection to
increasing tho number of clerks and dep
uties. The reasons for this apparent In
consistency arc obvious. As Mr. Grutze
keeps the city's accounts, and there Is
only ono Journal, and only one man can
write up a Journal at one time, there
would havo been no use !n doubling or
ueuiins me numoer oi acputies in tne
Auditor's office. The general opinion was
that as Mr. Grutze's work had been In
creased, his salary ought to bo raised.
Rbuoyxxo Dead Tree. Men have been
at work for the past day or two placing
chains around the limbs of a largo elm
near the entrance to the residence of Mrs.
TV". S. Ladd. on Sixth street, and attach
ing them to trees on each side to sup
port it. This tree Is one of tho largest in
the row on Sixth street, and was Injured
by a large limb ha-Ing been broken off
years ago. An Iron band was clamped
around It to hold It together, but the
wood has swelled out so as nearly to cover
this. It has been removed and chains
attached further up. The trees are only
a little over SB years old, and those which
have lost no limbs are sound yet, except
one or two on the north elde of the block,
which havo decayed and have been re
moved. Photographs on Apple Skin. Oregon
Is astonishing the world with the beauty,
excellent quality and large size of the ap
. pies produced here. It will soon be possi
ble to add to the beauty of the apples, as
a method of producing photographs on
the skins of apples has been discovered.
The -process Is not difficult, but requires
care and skillful manipulation. An appa
ratus for doing this kind of work will be
secured for Oregon as soon as practica
ble. Just Imagine the effect which would
bo produced In any foreign country by the
exhibition of one of those boxes of Hood
River three-tier Yellow Newton apples,
with a portrait of one of the most beauti
ful of the Hood River girls In each.
A Friendlt Controverst. A fight be
tween two brother Knights of Pythias
cost each of them $10 yeitcrday. Spider
Johnson and M. A. Olsen, who were ar
rested by Chief of .Police Hunt, were be
fore Municipal Judge Hogue and found
guilty of violating the city ordinance by
fighting. Both testified that they had
been engaged in a friendly controversy,
and that when the Chief saw them, one
had stumbled and fallen, while the othr
had fallen over him. The proprietor of
the Brunswick saloon, at which place the
fighting was said to have taken place,
wns called, and said that the men had
been arguing when they left Ms saloon,
but that he had not seen them fighting.
' Winter Firrr Tears Aoo. Colonel C.
A. Reed was seen yesterday bathing In
the sunshine in front of his office on
Fifth street. He spoke of the delightful
Winter and said he had been comparing
last month with January, 1(53 SO years
ago. At that time there was a. foot and
a half to two feet of snow all over Marion
County, where he was living, and he had
been cutting down oak trees, so that his
cattle might eat the moss on them. It
was not very nutritious food, but the cat
tle devoured It. And as the Winter did
not last very long, they managed to live
Examikino Firemen. Dr. Blersdorf, the
Health Commissioner, yesterday com
menced the work of making the physical
examination of the xnembsrs of the Fire
Department, which they are required to
go through under civil service. Some 15
or 30 successfully passed the examination
yesterday, and the work will be contin
ued until all have been examined, regulars
and extra men. It will probably take two
or three days to complete the Job.
Double Header Basket-Bail, Baseball
Willamette Unlr. vs. Portland All-Stars.
M. A. A. C vs. Portland T. M. C.
Tonight, Feb. 6, T. M. G A. Gym,
One admission to both games.
Seats 25 cents. Don't miss it.
Where Is She? If Mrs. John F.
Shorey, recently of New York, will com
municate with the Hasty Messenger Com
pany, she will learn much to her ad
Sidewalk Rose to Meet Him. The
work of laying cement slrtrvnralk in the
district where wooden walks are tabooed
Is going ahead at a moderate rate, despite
the low temperature. By covering the
freshly laid walks with tar paper and
placing a thick layer of sawdust on top.
all danger from frost Is prevented. All
will btf glad when the weather becomes
favorable, so that this work can proceed
more rapidly, as there are many very
auapiaatea wooden sidewalks In the dis
trict. These are ranidlv crowine worse.
and the property-owners endeavor to
avoid making any repairs to them, on the
excuse that they nre to be replaced by
cement walks at once. It will, however,
take a year, or probably two years, to
get rid of all tho old wooden sidewalks
In tho district where cement walks are
now required. A funny Incident happened
In connection with one of the decayed
siccwaiKs ana a connecting crossing a few
days ago. Just before the frost set In. A
property-owner who has often been known
to complain about defective walks and
crossings, while passing In front of prop
erty owned by himself, wis nearly thrown
down by a broken plank, and -when he
stepped on 'the crosswalk, one end went
down and the other flew up. This time
he did go down, but got up- and walked
orr witnout saying a word to anybody.
Milkmen and Waoondrivers. Waller,
corner Fifth and Burnslde, serves hot
drinks, 5 o clock mornings.
Protect your gas meter these cold
nights, when In exposed locations, by hav
ing them covered. Portland Gas Co.
Brown's Gallery, moved to Labbe big.
Wise Bros., dentists. The Falling.
WILL COME NEXT SEASON
Colombia' Football Team Overcomes
Objections to Western Trip.
NEW YORK. FebTT-CoIumbla Unlver
slty plans the making by Its football team
of a trip to the West In order that. Its
team may play some or tne more impor
tant Western elevens. Richard .Smith, the
Columbia captain, is a Westerner, coming
from Oregon, and has therefore mani
fested an especially keen. Interest In the
For the last few years some of tho
Western teams have annually written Co
lumbia asking for games to be played on
the homo gridiron. Up to the present
It has been Impossible to accept theso
offers because of faculty objections. This
difficulty has now. It Is said, been over
come, and there Is practically no doubt
that Columbia will this season make the
Journey West to test Its mettle with the
Western elevens. Captain Smith some
time ago wrote to Leland Stanford, Jr.,
University and to the University of Cali
fornia, seeking to perfect arrangements
with their football managements for
games between their tdams and Columbia
during the season of 1KB. Favorable an
swers have. It Is said, recently been re
ceived from both of them.
It Is understood that the contests will
como off during the Christmas holidays.
In order that they may not conflict with
the regular academic work of the football-
FIRST nirtEE TO FAVORITES.
Then They Go to Hear and Give the
Outsiders a Chance.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5. Favorites
took the first three races at Oakland to
day, and after that outsiders were success.
fuL The weather was fine, but the track
was still muddy. Demonlo, a youngster
that made his first appearance In tho
2-ycar-old event, went to tha post a S-to-5
favorite and romped home In front of his
Held. The performance of the heavilv-
backed Frank Pearce In the fourth race
was very bad, and the Judges are makintr
an Investigation. Imperious, winner of tho
race, outclassed the field and won from
Phil Archibald and Allabout. Results:
Five and a half furlongs Champagne
won, A-nyuis aacona, cassie W. third;
Three and a half furlongs, purse De
monlo won, George Kocster second. Emit
third; time, 0:45.
Six furlongs, selling Young Morello
won. Legal Maxim second, Tommle
iuugnt tmra; time, lura.
MIlo and 60 yards, selling Imperious
won, Phil Archibald second. All About
tmra; time, i:ts&.
out xuriongs, seiung lierenaes won.
itose oi no second, san Lutlon third
Mile and E0 yards, selling Alado won,
Dorecn second, Colonel Ballantyne third;
Races at Jfevr Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 6. Crescent City
One mile, selling Blue Blaze won, Eliza
union secona, zacjc rora third; time, 1:43.
Six furlongs, selling Miss Hume won,
Jerry Hunt second. Optional third: time!
1:14 4-5. ,
Five and a half furlongs Henry McDan
lel won, Tioga second. Birch Bloom third:
Ume, 1:07 4-6.
Seven furlongs, handicap Old Hutch
won, Harry New second, Honolulu third;
Mile and a sixteenth Chickadee won,
Mosketo second. Bean third; Ume. 1:E0 3-5.
One mile Flintlock won. Benson Cald
well second, Ben Chance third; time.
Commissions on California Races
Accepted. Portland Club Cafe, ISO Fifth
street. Direct from the tracks.
WHIPPED DY MEXICAN.
"Kid" Oglesby Throws Up Sponge
After. Ten Rounds.
"BUTTE, Mont, Feb. 5. "Kid" Oglesby,
of Montana, lost to Mexican Aurello Her
rera, of Bakersfleld, Cal tonight, his sec
onds throwlnir tin tho annnpN at 4hA i
u . --a " - -J
the tenth round of what was to have been
a u-rouna go.
Oglesby was badly punished and was
barely able to stand on his feet. It was
an uneven match from start to finish
Oglesby lacked his former fast footwork
and was a punching bag for tha Mexican.
Herrera slrrmlv nlavi with th, Tj-t
lad, and when he had Oglesby over tha
rupes wuuiu assist, mm to tne center of
the ring and punch him.
Oelesbv wore h1mlf t .
- - mjuis 10
break down the apparenUy impregnable
aeienso oi mo iuexican the first two
rounds. His blows were woefully weak
and he made no Impression whatever upon
Kid "McCoy Wants a Match.
NEW YORK. Feb. B.-KId McCoy today
posted J2500 as a forfeit to bind a match
with Jim Corbett, Tommy Ryan or Mar
vin Hart. He agrees, to take on the men
In the order named.
Johnson Rests Denver Ed Martin.
LOS ANGELES. CAL. Feb. B.-Jack
Johnson was awarded the decision tonight
over Denver Ed Martin at the end of tha
Clark Will Dreed Racehorses.
NEW YORK, Feb. 5.-UnIted States
Senator William A. Clark, of Montana,
will. It Is announced, engage acUvely In
racing this year, and has already con
sulted Messrs. Frank R. Hitchcock and
Philip J. Dwyer as to the advisability of
Purchasing "ready-made" racers and
yearlings. In due Ume. it Is said. Mr
Clark's IntenUon Is to establish a breedl
WHERE TO DINE.
The best people patronize the Portland
Restaurant. 305 Washington street.
IIlKh-Grade Pianos for Rent.
Sold on edsy Installments. Pianos tuned
and repaired. H. Slnghelmer, 72 Third at.
For a Social Game of Billiard.
Parlors. 127 6th. adjoining Oregonlan BAg.
For a Quiet nan nf
Parlors, 127 6th, adjoining Oregonlan Bids.
AT THE THEATERS.
"A Night on Droadwoy."
John Doe.. ..........Charles A. Murray
Richard Roe Ollle Mack
PoL M. Guyer..........Chsrles Howard
"Wait "Doing" ...Edward Powers
Orful Reich ...H. Guy Woodward
Fltz Strongman ...Den E. Mellen
Kid Glover Taylor Williams
Willie Chaser. Geo rs K. lllgglnbotham
Telescope Man J. A. Crawford
"Jlmmle the Mug"..... .George Conway
G. W. rhllllps Sieve Logan
Chauffeur ....J. W. Patterson
Chauffeur E. O. Marvin
Melts. Mann Lillian Durham
Mary Reich Maud Harvey
Mamie Slowtalk.. Jane Richards
Earlle Bird Sophia Dawson
Roaring fun was enjoyed at the Mar
quam Theater last night at the presenta
tion of - the musical farce "A Night on
Broadway," under tho management of
Ollle Mack, (he book being by Messrs.
Skinner and Campbell, and the music by
Thiodore Northrup. Charles A. Murray
and Ollle Mack were the stars, and re
ceived good support. The attendance was
The curtain rises on an Interesting and
well-painted view of Broadway and Forty-
second street. New York City, and the
action starts with a rousing chorus and a
song "When We Strike Broadway." by
Lillian Durham and chorus. Miss Durham
has a good presence and pleasing soprano
voice, and she excels in trilling. There Is
not much plot to speak of, the main Idea.
being to Illustrate an attempt by Murray
and Mack to sell a brickyard. Then there
are tne woes of a professional strong man,
who easily breaka a lamp-post In two. be
cause his wife, played by Lillian Durham.
persists In running away from him. The
gallery expected mirth of the Murray and
Mack order, and they got It, When these
two comedians first appeared on the stage
they got an ovation. The best scene Is
at the end of the first act, when the whole
company throw confetti at each other
until they are entangled In lto long, wind
ing tolls. Confetti Is alrtj thrown among
the audience. Once Murray takes refuge
In an eight-day clock, and on being asked
when he emerges what he was doing, he
replies, "Doing time." Mack tells about
his Insurance, saying: 'In my Insurance
when I die I go to a good place, and If I
uon i get mere, l get all my monev back.'
The electric light effects are good, but
In one place the light la a trifle too strong
ior one s eyes, -mere is quite an amus
ing time when a mechanical doll Is Intro
duced. G. K. Higglnbotham cleverly Im
personating the doll. Kitty Beck, Ed
ward Powers and the company made a
hit In the song "Pinky Panky Poo." when
the electric light Is extinguished, and a
nreny aance Is . Introduced. Charles
Howard, as a Hebrew capitalist, eings a
number of humorous songs. But one of the
most laughable Incidents Is a boxing
match between Murray and Mack. It is
safe to say that even FItzslmmons would
aecune to share In Its perils
"A Night on Broadway" will bo the
attraction tonight and tomorrow night.
viii uiuunec tomorrow aiternoon.
"Men and Women."
- J J t'-ieiiiiu, l
season at Baker's Theater, havo met with
such demonstrations of approval as "Men
and Women." tho attraction this week.
no enure nouee nas been sold out every
night, and people who could not get
Bcau ero content to stand in the lobby.
"Men and Women" Hi-pq mvrvhnHv 4n v-
cast a genuine chance to do his or her
best work. It is an intense cmoUonal play.
With DlentV Of hrnrt honf thmiiffh l .....
uues not present an altogether tearful
aspect, as the comedy Is well sustained.
eepeciaiijr m tne love-making between
Colonel 7hrhnrw T Winn -
- j ... ..,., a. luuucr mem
ber of Congress, and Mrs. Kate Delafleld,
a. uiom,,s wiuqw. ae scene in which he
proposes marriage to her Is exceedingly
well portrayed, and causes many a. laugh.
Baker Theater patrons have only two
uiuro lugnia in wnicn to sea this artistic
Sole for Florence Roberts.
This morning at 10 o'clock the advance
sale of seats will be placed on salo for
Florence Roberts, who begins an engage
ment of one week nt tho Vnmn,n
Theater next Monday night, February 9.
Her repertoiro this year appears to be the
strongest ever nrpsntrt v.a n
lUng star. The characters assumed by the
brilliant actress next week are many and
vunca, ana are certainly a powerful con
vincing test Of MIS.O Rsilv!-:' aWt-ant-
nary versaUHty. On Monday and Tuesday
Dvcuines iaia, - tne great vavld Belasco
drama, will be presented, and on Wednes
day ana xnurscay mo Unwelcomo Mrs.
Hatch." bv Mrs. Rtirtnn TTn
be presented for tho first Ume In this city.
It Is sild to be Miss Roberts' hjt this sea-
"-j &iuui i-uuucraann drama,
"Mairds." will hnM t i f Krt.i r-.l . tsj...
evening. Lavish praise has been bestowed
upon Miss Roberts for her splendid char
acterization of the title role. Anthony
xiope a romantic comeay, "Tne Adventure
of tho Lidv Ursula." wilt h h 3 -,,,-
day matinee bill, and "&tnhn" irMt h
vived on Saturday evening.
"Tho Starbucks" Xext Week.
The Starbuck fnmllv nnH nil Kt-
f fiends from tho Cumberland Mountains
win oe seen at me uaKer Theater next
week, starUng with the usual Sunday
TnntlriM In Onfn TtenA'a hnatttlful nBnf
comedy. "The Starbucks." The Baker
otooK winipanjr win do seen to excellent
advantage In this famous Read story.
During Ople Read's recent visit to Port-
lAnd. Mftnnirpr Tinker matin n rran.n..ni.
to produce "The Starbucks" at his pop
ular piaynuusc. -ur. jicaa is very care
ful to whom he Intrusts his play, as It Is
his favorite. He attended the Baker The
ater one evening and witnessed a per
formance of tho company. Before the
end of the play he Informed Mr. Baker
that he was perfectly willing to Intrust It
to the Raker Mmnanr. nnrtlrtilnrtv , r-
Dllls was with him during Its original
production at tne uearborn Theater. Chl
caco. Mr. DIM will nsatst rrlvi. f,
In Its production and an exceptionally fine
performance will bo looked for.
narry Ward's Minstrels.
Harry Ward's btc minstrel vimnin..
numbering 40 artists, opens a three nights'
engagement at Cordrays, commencing
with a,matinee Sunday at 2:15 P. M. This
season the management has endeavored to
make this organization tho strongest com
bination ever rjln.ced nn th mart a
the features are: FIsk and Rogers, tha
world-famous musical cpmedlans, ' who
carry without doubt the finest collection of
novel musical Instruments In existence;
Morello, the phenomenal Jusgler; Walter
Monroe, the aerial artist; Ivers, Neff and
Van Fossen, the most Intricate of flat-foot
dancing. Tho first part, with Its myriad of
colored Incandescent lamps and beautiful
costumes, representing "A Night In Ven
ice," Is alone' a surprise. The parade pre
sents two bands and a megaphone quar
tet entertainment dally.
Cordray's Matinee Tomorrow.
"Wearv Wllll Walker " h i
- - . .uutuajicr,
and the nrettv rlrlfi with nlnntv Ar ....
date music, now playing to big audiences
at this theater, will give the usual ladles'
and children's maUnee tomorrow. The en
gagement closes tomorrow night.
Bill to Protect Linemen.
In order that linemen mtv hn nM
tected while engaged In their dangerous
cauing, a oui win soon Do introduced Into
the Legislature providing that all wires
must be nrODerlv Insulated hrfnm
men are required to work among them.
The bill is being- fathered by the Elec
tricians' Union, whose members are nat
tirillv Interested in siirh a
Other provisions of the bill state that It
do maae uniawrui lor electric light wires
to bo strung within four feet of tele- I
nVnn, v4m. and that nil m i. . '
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crcssarms are to be at least 15 Inches
apart. The new bill Is being drawn up by
Messrs. Couch. Welch. Burns, Healls and
Clinton, and further provides that every
pin on the cross-arm be marked to Indi
cate the power in tho wires attached. Tho
bill Is practically the same as thit In force
In San Francisco, where It has been the
means of saving many lives. Those at
work on the bill expect to havo It com
pleted In a day or two.
FOUGHT FOR HER BABY.
Mother, Sepnrntcil From Her Hus
band, Takes Child by Force.
Fearing that a mother has taken her
own life and that of her lS-months-oId
baby, and angered because. In getting
possession of the baby, the franUc mother
had cruelly beaten an aged woman who
had it In charge. Sarah F. Jones yester
day swore to a complaint of assault and
battery against Mary Snlc'cr. Family
trouble, which has been brewing for some
time, led up to yesterday's Incident. Mary
Snider Is the wife of Q. P. Snider, who
wors on one of the Willamette River
boats. Owing to some trouble that has
existed between them, the couple Is not
living together. At first the mother was
allowed to havo charge of the baby, but
the trouble developed to such an extent
that It was taken In charge by the father,
and Mrs. Jones, who keeps a private
home for homeless babies, was paid to
keep the Uttlo one.
Llttlo or nothing was known of the
mother for some time. The father paid for
tho baby's keeping, and vUlted It when
I.is boat was In the city. Tho mother,
according to the statement made by Mrs.
Jones, was despondent over the turn
things had taken, and had often threat
ened to take her own life and that of the
child. Yesterday, while she was alone In
the house, the mother appeared and asked
to sec the baby.
A strange woman was with her, and they
had no sooner entered tho house than Mrs.
Snider struck the old lady, then grabbed
her and held her arms. The other woman
was called to assist in the trouble, and
held Mrs. Jones while the mother went
upstairs, took her child and left. Peo
ple who know Mrs. Snider say that her
mind seems to bo affected, and that they
fear she and her baby aro both in the
bottom of tho river.
It was a few moments before 12 o'clock
that tho mother disappeared with the
child, but as tho people did not know
where sho had been llvlnr they do not
know whero to get a trace of her. As she
and her husband arc not divorced, no
chargo could be entered against her for
taking the child. On the charge of as
sault and battery, however, she can be
brought back by tho officers, and the
baby's safety assured. No trace of mother
or baby had been found at a late hour
Veteran Policeman Dies.
Arthur M. Putnam, who served for over
11 years on tho Portland polico force, died
suddenly at his home, 230 Sheridan street-
yesterday morning at S:S0 from heart
trouble. The deceased was a native of
Tribe Hill. N. Y.. and was 57 years of
age. lie came to Portland In 1SS0, and In
1SS3 was married to Miss Helen Kunst,
who with two 6ons survive him. He was
a veteran of tho Civil AVar, having been
a member of Company Q, TwenUeth New
York Cavalry, for two years.
Interment will probably tako place Sun.
day at Lono Fir Cemetery, though spe
cific arrangements havo not yet been
AT THE HOTELS.
H B Henley, Pomeroy
Mrs M C Green. Seattl
airs il u iteniey, ao
Mrs W E Cahlll, Day
rr. w f rum -
illss Daisy O Nell, do
QIrs A Hewitt, do '
D W Dobbins, Scap
poose Jas Bchlltzenbaumer,
John E Cbappell, Gol-
II II Uuddlngton. S F
A Pague. San Fran
Wro Dwyer. Lewlston
Mrs Wm Dwyer, do
Lem Parker. Hay City
W S Cone, Bay City
W W Whipple. Bucoda
C I O'Nell. Kallzpell
Geo B Black. S F
II N Nelson, San Tr
A P Rector. Chicago
C Hauser, The Dalles
R S Iladcllff. Ashland
Qeo B Glover, Chicago
jirs ueo a u lover, do
Mrs Helen K Borst,
uout tj iionman.Mlnpl
Mrs R C Hoffman, do
W W Csrmlchcael, Du-
W J Mitchell, do
II A Graft. Newberg
Mat (I Tliirn Sal.m
Mm C W Adams, War
O W Hurd, Florence,
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W E Plerson, Seattle
J P Hanna. Seattle
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Mrs W K Newell, do
H N Aldrlch. Canon.
Wallace Stuart, Toke-
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Mrs W P Rahl. Astoria
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J L Robertson. Hawaii
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Jake McCoy. Cathlamet
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More Popular Than Ever
What amusement device In the world
today will give you more genuine pleas
ure and fun than, an Edison phonograph?
Every pleasure that sound can give Is
condensed on Its cylinders; all of the
late or-eratlc selections, vaudeville
sketches, violin and banjo solos, all of
the pftpulnr songs of the day, and even
mandolin solos by L. Selgcl can be had.
Edison phonographs range from $10 to
130 In price. The new molded records
are 50 cents each, or 'Jo per dozen. Cata
logues on application. We have Just re
ceived an invoice of these new molded
records. Call and hear them. Visitors
Graves & Co.'s Music Store
124 SIXTH, near Wash.
Victor and Graphopbone Talking Ma
chines and Supplies.
From 2 to 6 P. M. Today
We will show you how to
develop kodak films with
out a darkroom-Come and
D. M. AVERILL & CO.
The Curio Store, 331 Morrison Si.
Only a critical purchaser, a musician, or
a discriminating dealer can fully appre
ciate the musical qualities of
THE ESTEY PIANO
It is, however, to such a class that wc
Are manufactured In conformity with the
requirements of cultured and exacting
Wo solicit an Inspection of tho
We are also representatives for the
Stelnway, acknowledged by all to be the
finest piano made. The A. B. Chase,
Emerson, Starr and several other well
known makes, .all high grade. Wo also
have several used pianos, all In fine con
dition, ranging in price from 33 to JXiS.
You will save money by giving U3 a call
before you buy.
SOULE BROS. PIANO CO.
320 "Washington street, Near Sixth.
Expert turning and repairing. Phone
Calvin llclllfr, Manager
THE SALE OF SEATS
Who cornea to tho MARQUAU GRAND
THEATER for one week, beginning- Mon
day, Feb. 9. will bo placed on sale this
moralmc at 10 o'clock. Following la the
Monday and Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday,
THE UNWELCOME SI US. ltATCII
The Adventures of Lndy Ursula.
Evening priors Lower floor, except lart 3
rows, el.Ou; last 3 rows, 73c llalcony,
first (1 rows. 75c: last G rows, 50c. Gal
lery. 35c and 25c Boxes and loges. S7.SO.
Special Matinee prices Entire lower Boor.
75c Entire balcony, COc Gallery, 35c and
Mrs L Wllley. SpoksnelC Chtlds. Ashland
I H McPherson. Asto
H S Miller. IIubhsr.1
K Fanning. Sheridan
L. Smith. Astoria
C Taylor. Kelso
I Craddock. Knappa
Mrs Craddock. do
H Hull, city
5eo Morrison, do
IR L. Iloyer. Vancouver
M S Griswold. Ilwaco
J Chandler. Tacoma
Mrs Chandler, do
IF Chandler, do
jMaudo Chandler, do
Hotel Ilrnnsrvlclc, Seattle.
European plan, popular rates. Modern
Improvements. Business center. Near
Tncoma Hotel, Tncnmrt.
American plan. Hate's. $3 and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tncoma.
First-class restaurant In connection.
Ttnlnler Grand Hotel. Seattle.
European plan. Finest cafe on CoasL
Hdqrs naval, military and traveling men.
baths. Ixateg. $1 up. H. P. Dunbar, prop.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought
Cleans Glass as well as
A novel preparation in a novel
form. The best silver polish the
world produces '
All responsible. .
Jewelerikeepit 35 nt packs!!
SCHWA B BROS. PRINTING CO.
bEST WORK. REASONABLE PRICES
247 Stark Street Phone Main 178
Drf F f BROWN EIE EAR diseases.
UI.CUDnUlTII Jlsmuxta tig., rooms
Electric Lamps Reduced
Portland General Electric Co.
Not cheap specta-1
cles but sight-giving
spectacles, cheap at g
$1.00, $1.50 and
$2.50, fitted by the j?
i; house that knows
133 SIXTH STREET
309 Washington Strict
Pound Good English Breakfast Tea
Found Choice Sun-Cured Japan Tea.
Found Best Fresh Roast Costa Rica
Found Hoffman House Java and Mocha
Six Large Bars Pure White Floating;
soap, ior i-Kiunury or nam.
5-Pound Package Best Table Salt
15 Cents ,
Two J-Found Cans Strawberry Beets.
Gallon Fancy Table Syrup Brins PalU
100-Pound Sack Best Granulated Sugar.
By far the largest in the
J city Half the entire sec-
5 COME AND SEE
FOR TOILET AND BATH
It makes the toilet something to be
enjoyed. It removes all stains and
roughness, prevents prickly heat and
chafing, and leaves the skin, white,
6oft, healthy. In the bath it brings
a glow and exhilaration which no com
mon soap can equal, imparting the
vigor and life sensation of a mildTurk
ishbath. All Grocers and Druggists,
BYRON HOT SPRINGS
California' foremost heiltn and plttmm
ruort. The cot mlaersi and mud baths
aro jl certain curefor rheumatlam, coat
and clatlea. For full particular and 11
lotrated booklet addreu I R. MEAD,
Brora Hot Bprlno, Cai.
Ii Idrot. fisTclr flrtitr tnfun
iflapted for pate psrposn.
(A . OAK 1231
OO KING COAL CO.
BIST IS CHEAPEST
Roclc Sprlnjra Coal, delivered. .850
Renton Lump, delivered 87.00
BOTH PH05ES. yVJ.CAX COXL, CO.
Of current from our mains,
we have reduced the price
of lamps below cost, viz.:
15c each or
These are standard, first-grade
Edison lamps tfiat we formerly
sold at 25c each, and are mads
especially for our circuits. Buy
our lamps and set good service.
Delivered In Dozen Lots
Free of Charge.
ARE NOW IN
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS
TEKTH EXTRACTED AND FIX. LED
AildOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our
late iclentltic method aplled to tbs gum.
No sleep-producing agents or cocaine.
These are tha only dental parlors la
Portland having PATENTED APFLI-
ANCtjt) and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undetectable from natural teeth,
and warranted for 10 years. WITHOUT
THE LEAST PAIN. All work done by
GRADUATED ENTISTS of from 12 to Sb
years experience, and each department la
charge or a specialist. Give us a call, and
you will find us to do exactly as wo ad
vertise. We will tell you In advance ex
actly what your work will cost by a
Set of Teeth $5.00
Gold Filling $1.00
Gold Crown . . . $5.00
Silver Filling $ .50
In our GOLU CROWNS and BRIDGQ
WORK, oi which we are making a SPE
CIALTY, the most BEAUTIFUL. PAIN
LESS AND DURABLE of all dental work
known to the profession, you will find an
example oi the HIGHEST ARTISTIC AT
TAINMENT, the adaptability of which,
to tho HYGIENIC conditions of tha
mouth Is unquestioned.
New York Dental Parlors
MAIN OFFICE FOURTH AND MORRI
SON STS. PORTLAND.
Branch. SU First Avenue. Seattle.
8:10 A. M. to 8 P. M.: Sundays. 3:39 A. It,
to 2 P. M.
You can't find better shirts
than Cluett-Peabody make or
so big an assortment of patterns for
dress, business or knockabout.
Cluett Shirts $51.50 up
Monarch Shirts 1.00
Cluett, Peabody & Co,
A CLEANLY AGE.
TTventletb Century Iileaa Incline To
ward Sanitation and Preventives.
Nowadays scientists bellevo that In
cleanliness lies tho secret of prevention
To- prevent a disease, remove tho cause.
Just as unclean habits breed many dis
eases, so careless habits will breed dan
druff. Improper uso of another's brushes,
combs, etc, will surely cause dandruff,
and. In time, will Just as surely causa
It's mlcroblc infection, nothing mora
Newbro's Herplcldo MII3 the dandruff
germ, and causes hair to grow luxuriant
ly. Herplclde Is absolutely free from
grease or other injurious substances. For
sale by all druggists. Send 10 cents In
stamps for sample to tho Herplcldo Co.,
Dr. FrwJ Frenn. Dckam bids
Full let teeth.
Gold crowns. 2
Brldi. work. 22K
. 22K "Pv
All to Utest .ddII.
aocea for doles prf ecc
work. Fred Prehn. Th.
Dekaa. cor. Id and WuMsston. Portland. Or.
A acrr collor.