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THE -MOB-KING- OREGONlAtf, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1903
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The drcsonlna's Telephone.
Counting Room Mala COT
H. W. Scott. Editor -"H11 Sii
aianaglng Editor -H11 955
Cltr Editor - i -H!a Iu9
Composing Room .., Main C&j
East Side Office ""S? ocH,
Superintendent Building ..Red 2S3
MARQUAM" GRAND THEATER Tonight at
8:15 otclock, tbo farce-comedy, "Where Is
SHIELDS' PARK. Thlrteenth and "Washington
EMPIRE THKATER. Twelfth, and Morrison
Matinee 2:15; evening. 8:15. vaudeville.
CORDUATS TJIEATER, Washington Street
Evening, 8:15, "The Legion o Honor."
Gavh Hm DEUBRnm KREMiaJB. A man
who had probably- baen drinking rather
freely was startled and shocked yester
day by the sigh of a strange appearing
vehicle, resembling a glorified flat-car
bearing dov.-n on lilm as he "was crossing.
Third street. The monster "was bedecked
with banners in yellow and black, and
a huge protuberance rose in the middle.
Hushing up to a friend on the sidewalk,
he wildly exclaimed: "What Is It? What
Is it? Have I &ot them again? The
friends endeavored to soothe the fright
ened man, and ilnally calmed him down
by assuring him lhat it was nothing but
an advertising car, and finally succeeded
In getting him to go home. Several who
"witnessed the affair agreed that such
spectacular cars were a nuisance and
should not be allowed on the streets, but
it is scarcely prctoable that any method
of getting rid of such nuisances will be
found. It was ascertained that the man
scared was slightjy addicted to spells of
delerium tremens, and that he had once
"been scared Into a fit of them by meet
ing on his way borne early in the morn
ing some camels .and elephants, the ad
vance guard of a circus entering the
city. He Just knew there could be no
ieuch animals there, and that he must b'e
delirious, and hp was. Ever since he
has been nervous, and things like that
fiwful-looklng car drove him wild.
Portland Women's Union "Meets. The
first regular meeting ol the Portland
"Women's Union for the Fall term vras
held at 510 Flanders street yesterday aft
ernoon, with the president, Mrs. H, I.
Plttock, in the chair. Following the reg
ular routine business, there was some
discussion as to future work and enter
tainment. Committees, were appointed by
the president as follows: Finance, Miss
A. Cremen, Mrs. A. Meier, Miss Falling
and Miss Hoyt; Household, Mrs. Ralph
Prager, Mrs. S. A. Brown, Mrs. P. J.
Maun, Mrs. Byron Holmes and Mrs. W.
B. Roberts; Women's Exchange, Mrs. C.
Hockwell, Mrs. N. J. Levinson, Mrs. J.
T. Grayson, Mrs. W. A. Meares, Mrs.
E. Eherman and Mrs.' S. R. Johnston;
Educational, Mrs. W. J. Hawkins, Miss
Townsend; Social, Mrs. M. C. George.
Miss George, Mrs. C. B. Bellinger, Mrs;
Lawrence Knapp and Mrs. Eckenberger;
Membership, Mrs. IX H. Stearns, Mrs.
T. L. Eliot, Mrs. S. Farrell, Mrs. H. C.
Alvord, Mrs. H. A. Hogue, Mrs. Mary
P. Daly, Mrs. James Lotan, Mrs. Frank
Jackson and Mrs. James Hart. Ten
new names were added to the membership
roll. The earneBt workers among the
members axe beginning to devise ,ways
and means whereby a much-needed- ad
dition may be made to the building.
Textile Exhibit at Likrajiy. In the
children's room at the Public Library
a new set of bulletins in the textiles will
be posted today (Tuesday). The library
is indebted to the Linen Thread Com
pany, of New "York and San Francisco,
through the courtesy of Mr. Barbour,
for a very attractive set of samples, il
lustrating the processes through which
the rough flax passes before It becomes
finished, thread. The Cordage Crfmpany,
of this city, kindly contributed some in
teresting specimens of the hemp used In
making rope. Another section of espe
cial local interest is the woolen exhibit,
the gift of the Portland Woolen Mills, of
Sellwood, which Is especially complete,
from the pelt to tho finished cloth. It Is
expected that the silk and the cotton fab
rics will be similarly represented. Each
group of specimens is supplemented byv
pictures ana simpiy woraea explanations
of the processes. The first of a series of
story hours on tho subject wljl be held
from three to four o'clock this (Tuesday)
afternoon. The textile exhibit will be re
tained In the children's room for two
or three weeks.
Funeral op Patrick J. Cronin. The
funeral of Patrick J. Cronin, who died
last Friday at his -home, 2G0 Xartilla
street, was held yesterday at the Cathe
dral of v the Immaculate Conception. Rev.
Father McDevitt was celebrant, 'Rev.'
Father Kennedy deacon. Rev. Father
Gregory sub-deacon, and Rev. Father
Thompson the master of ceremonies.
,Rev. Father Dominic, of Mount Angel
'College, was organist, and music was
'also rendered by the cathedral choir. J.
Adrain Epplng sang "Nearer, My God, to
Thee," which was Mr. Cronin's favorite
hymn, and the sermon was preached by
Rev. Father McDevitt who was with Mr.
v Cronin when he died. The text was: "The
jlxrd giveth and the Lord taketh away;
(blessed be the name of the Lord." In
terment was at Rlverview cemetery, the
I .pallbearers being John P. Sharkey, WI11
Sam Savage, J. E. Werleln, W. Crosby,
J. F. Huffman, and Ed Werthelmer.
News Got Here First. A young cou
fple, who reside in a country town, are
'in the city on a visit to friends. They
torrived here Monday morning, and on
Khe way purchased a Portland Sunday
rpaper on tho train, in which they were
astonished to see it stated that they were
visiting friends in Portland. This was
12 hours before they arrived here, and of
course tho paper was printed a whole
day before they arrived. They have been
lost in wonder and amazement ever since
they saw the announcement In the paper,
'and cannot imagine how It came there.
Probably the paper has a correspondent
in their town who happened to know
Khat they were coming to Portland and
teent the news, ahead of them. Such a
trifling matter should not attract at
tention in these days of strenuous jour
nalism. Board op Trade Meets Tonight.
Considerable "business of importance will
'be transacted at the regular monthly
meeting of the Board of Trade, which
will be held tonight the naming of dele
. gates to the National Irrigation Congress,
which meets at Ogden, Utah, and the ap
pointment of a committee to co-operate
with the Oregon Livestock Association to
arrange for the entertainment of mem
bers of the National Livestock Associa
tion, which meets In this city next Janu
ary. It was largely through the efforts
of the Board of Trade that the meeting
of the National Livestock Association
was secured for this city. The board
- meeting would have taken place, yester
day, but was postponed until this even
ing on account of yesterday being Labor
Wanted Fifty young ladles, from the
age of 16 to 20 years, to take part in the
brilliant spectacle, "When Knighthood
Was in Flower," at the Multnomah Field.
All those who will join in this festival of
grace will please call at the gymnasium
In the Multnomah Club at 2:30 P. M. this
day. Professor Krohn, director.
Funeral, Notice. The funeral .services
for the late Dr. James Dickson will be
conducted at tho residence, 73S Hoyt
street, at 1 o'clock ifi the afternoon of
Tuesday, instant. Services at the grave
347 Alder St. Our full stock will ar
rive In a few days not COO rugs, but the
largest stock of Oriental rugs that ever
was displayed In this city. Our prices
will be lower than any other.
Heiler's Millinery announce today and
after they will exhibit their Importations
and original designs in high-class Fall
and Winter millinery. 3S0 Washington
For ast landing between Portland and
The Dalles take Regulator Line steamers,
from Alder street dock daily (except Sun
day) 7 A. M. Phone Main 914.
Dr. Moreland, dentist, the Dekum Bldg.
Da. Alva D. Walker, Mohawk bldg.
Examination for. Library Assistants.
Atf examination for library assistants
will "be held on Tuesday, September 22.
There will be one vacancy this Fall. This
is a competitive examination. Those pass
ing will be placed upon tho waiting list,
and some lime after the first of the year,
when the cataloguing is. finished, an ap
prentice class in library' training will be
formed. Please apply to the librarian.
Have you been to The Dalles yet? Re-,
member, the palatial passenger steamer
Baley Gatzert leaves Alder street dock
7 A. M. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days. Round trip ticket on this steamer,
60 cents. No stops; no delays. Finest "of
meals. Phone Main 914.
Butterfield Bros-, manufacturing jew
elers and opticians, have removed to their
new location in the Mohawk building,
corner Third and Morrison.
Drs. Cauthorn and Kelly, Mohawk Bldg.
Dr. Swain, Dekum. Phone Brown 4S2.
MOVE MONARCH' REMAINS
Old-Time HriyrIIrh. Ceremonr Is. Re
vived for the Occasion.
HONOLULU, Sept. 1, via San Francisco,
Sept, 7. (Correspondence of the Associ
ated Press.) All the remains of Hawaiian
monarchs in the royal mausoleum in
Nuuanu cemetery nave been removed from
the mausoleum to a temporary structure
near by, to allow repairs and improve
ments of the mausoleum, for which the
last Legislature appropriated $17,500. The
bodies were removed in their costly cas
kets by night, and with something of the
old-time Hawaiian ceremony for such oc
casions, and the scene at the cemetery
was an impressive one.
Ex-Queen Liluokalanl was present to
witness the removal of the bodies of her
ancestors and other relatives, also the
Prince and Princess Kalanlanaolo and
others of royal lineage.
Twenty-three caskets were removed
with much solemnity from the mausoleum
and placed in order in the .temporary
shelter prepared for them, while, the royal
retainers chanted oliolis, or funeral songs.
The mausoleum will be repaved and the
walls and roof will be plastered. In
sects were beginning to eat their way
-into the chamber and threatened to at
tack the caskets.
The board of agriculture and forestry
has decided to take severe measures to
keep out plant disease from Australia,
Samoa, the Bahamas and other countries
from which pineapples, coffee plants and
other plants come here. The board will
maintain a plant quarantine as long as
there are reports of dangerous plant dis
eases in the country which send seeds
and plants here.
A cablegram has been received from the
Department of Justice at Washington de
clining to express any opinion as to the
right of members of the Legislature of
Hawaii to run 'for county offices. As a
result, under an opinion of the Hawaiian
Attorney-General, several Legislators
will be candidates for county offices.
All the $327,000 worth of bonds .Issued
under the authorization of an act of Con
gress to pay off the Chinatown fire claims
growing out of . the plague fire, have been
taken un with the exceDtlon of 557.000.
-which is tied up by litigation.
Tne question of whether Hawaii should
erect a building at the St. Louis Expo
sition or not Is being much discussed in
Honolulu. There Is talk of adding to the
Legislative appropriation of $30,000 enough
to provide for a separate building in
which to house the exhibit to be made.
E. R. Stackable, collector of customs for
the district of Hawaii, arrived here today
on the steamer Sonoma to meet Assistant
Secretary A. B. Armstrong, of the Treas
ury Department, and discuss with him
matters concerning the Customs Bureau
Jri Honolulu. It is understood that the
visit has something to do with the or
der made some time ago, and recently re
scinded, whereby the baggage of passen
gers on through steamers was examined
George R. Carter, Secretary of the
Territory, arrived today en route to New
York, where he -will endeavor to nego
tiate the sale of bonds -under the loan of
$2,225,000 authorized by the last Legis
lature. The loan is now awaiting the ap
proval of President Roosevelt.
LIBEL SUIT IS THREATENED.
Applicant for Hairntlnn Franchise
Objects to CharRCM of Bribery.
HONOLULU, Sept. 7, 12:30 P. M. H. B.
Gehr, an applicant for the Kohala, Hawaii,
mountain ditch franchise, which will con
fer the privilege of constructing an im
mense system of water works, has asked
the grand jury to investigate certain
charges which he says have been made
to his detriment. Gehr alleges that Sena
tor Burton' reported to Senator Foraker
that Governor Dole, Commissioner of
Public Lands Boyd and other" territorial
officials havo been corruptly influenced in
his favor and against "the. Interests of
Samuel Parker, who is seeking, the same
The questions in dispute have been
fought in committee during two sessions
of Congress at Washington, being Anally
remanded here for settlement as territorial
Senator Foraker communicated the
charges to Gehr, who informed Governor
Dole regarding them, and tho latter will
be asked to testify before the grand Jury.
Governor Dole now favors' the sale of the
franchise at public auction. Gehr
threatens to sue his accusers for criminal
Tutulla Gets Unexpected Rain.
TUTUILA, Samoa, Aug. 25, via Sari'
Francisco. Sept 7. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press.) There have been
continuous rains In Tutuila during the so
called "dry season." The copra crop for
this year has been considerably reduced
and the drying of the nut stopped for tho
Mrs. M. C. Bowles returned home from
T. J. Gorman, a canneryman of Puget
Sound, is at the- Portland.
Dr. C. C. Newcastle, wife and son, re
turned yesterday from Long Beach, after
an absence of six weeks from the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Harrington, of
Butte, Mont., will be the guests of Mrs..
Joseph K. Clark this week. r. Har
rington is president of the Silver Bow
Bank, of Butte, and is considering tak
ing up his residence in Portland.
Morgan G. Bulkeley, who was twice
Governor of Connecticut, was a guest of
the Portland yesterday. Mr. Bulkeley
Is now president of the Aetna Life Insur
ance Company, and while his present trip
is in the nature of a vacation, he is,
nevertheless, closely observing conditions
in the West, where his company has im
mense amounts of money invested in
Mrs. Margaret A. Fenton, mother of
William D. Fenton, the Drs. Fenton, and
Mrs. Arthur C. Spencer, suffered a com
pound fracture of her right arm Sunday,
while on a visit in Yamhill County. She
was brought to the Good SJamaritan Hos
pital that evening, and the- fracture re
duced and dressed. She is recovering
from the shock and is reported to be im
NEW YORK, Sept 7. (Special.)-Tho
following Northwestern people are regis
tered at New York hotels: t
From Portland Miss A. Snogren, at the
Wellington; Miss D. Smith, at the Conti
nental. From Spokane J. B. Munly and wife, at
tho Albert; T. A. Petterson, at tho Astor.
From Seattle H. C. Blanchard, at the
Visitor to Portland
Should not miss the delightful trips up arid
down the Columbia River. Particulars at
O. R. & N. city ticket office. Third and
No route across tne continent offers so
many attractions as does the Denver &
Rio Grande. Write the Portland Agency,
124 Third street for illustrated booklet!.
"Where Is Cofcfe?" at the
Leander Cobb Robert Lawrence
Philip (Cobb ......Harry Pollard
Ferdynand Prynce... Hamilton Armour
Adol-jh" Steensteln Harry Bradley
Morrlsey Dolan Bert P. Van Cleve
Bill, Cobb" Godfrey Mathews
Jerry Stokes .........Ed James
Hugh Donnelly ...i M. Thomas
Dolly Dexter Marlon George
Maria Cobb .......Emma George
Mary O'Brien Katherlne George
Maggie Flynn Agnes George
Phil's Doable Himself
LOUIS Eacan's farn. "WTiftro To nnYlyW
written to create laughter, at popular J
nrlnne I- J - . - . . n
nua yiayeu. at tne Jxiarquarn last
night to a large audience, and particu
larly pleased the gallery. Mr. Eagan was
one of the playwrights on the late Charles
H. Hoyt's staff, and has, had the benefit
of considerable experience in the art of
creating farces. "Where Is Cobb?'r was
first produced three years ago in the East,
but It hasaot been played along the Pa
cific Coast until this present season. One
week ago the present company began its
tour with the farce in California.
There are three acts, enlivened with
several specialties, and the cleverest and
most enjoyable of these is the excellent
violin playing of Marion George. She Is
a pretty girl and acts creditably In the
farce as Dolly Dexter. But she is in her
element as a violinist and displayed a
pleasing, luscious tone , in Musin's "Ma
zurka Concert." Her bowing was partic
ularly graceful, and In reply to an en
core she played Pierre's "Serenade," and
then with a muted string she gave the
loved, familiar "My Old Kentucky Home."
The singer of the company is Agnes
George, who is about 14 years old, and sb,e
displayed a ' pleasing, natural soprano
voice. She captured the gallery with a
pretty ballad, ''There's Nobody Just Like
You," and for an encore she sang the
popular "Anona." By this time she had
made herself solid with the gallery, and
as soon as she started "Anona" the boys
In the gallery Iclndly whistled the accom
paniment for her. They knew it by
heart, evidently. They gave the little
'singer four encores and howled for more.
Katherlne Genrcr thn innfni-lnniof i
pretty, dark-haired girl, and she is more
skillful than most contortionists usually
are. She twisted herself into various
knots, until one' began to fear she would
have difflculty-4n untying herself, but with
a bound she was on her feet, bowing
her thanks In reply to the applause.
"Where Is Cobb?" deals with the trib
ulations of Phillip Cobb" (Harry Pollard),
a son of Leander Cobb, a millionaire.
Phillip has married an actress, Dolly
Dexter (Marion George), but she insists
on the fact of her marriage "being kept
secret because she fears that she will
lose professional engagements If it should
be known that she Is a married woman.
She and her young husband live In a
New JTork flat, where the janitor is Bill
Cobb (Godfrey Matthews). Bill's wife is
Maria Cobb (Emma George), and com
plications ensue when Leander Cobb ar
rives on" the scenes and meets Maria,
thinking that she is his son's wife, whom
he has never seen before. Emma George
had a needlessly grotesque make-up. She
wore a red wig and had all her teeth
blackened save one solitary ivory. Phil
lip Cobb is hounded by his creditors,
among whom are a German grocer and
an Irish butcher, and considerable fun
ensues. The Irishman (Bert R. "Van
Cleve) defines an incubator as "a hos
pital for sick eggs." Phillip Cobb hangs
around the flat disguised from his father
and creditors as Jim, a waiter, and there
are merry adventures and strange expe
riences until the mystery of the Cobb
family Is solved. Cobb, Jr., suddenly
throws off his disguise, introduces his
real wife to his father, and the latter
gladly pays his son's dits. Then every
thing is lovely. .Robert Lawrence and
Harry Pollard worked hard to create
fun, and they succeedod. "Whore Is
Cobb?" concludes with the performance
XEW BILIi AT THE" EMPIRE.
With clanging gong, a stage motor car
rattled on the boards at the Empire last
night It contained two passengers,
Raymond and Caverly, "German come
dians." They are the star attraction in
town this week, and they draw like a
"Ask der gonductqr for a piece of pie,"
The conductor threw them off and the
car vanished in the direction of Alblna.
The house was jammed, and from the
front row back to the "standlng-room-onlles"
everybody was a-grln. The grins
became hearty haw-haws and shrill he
he's until the pair refused to come out
again. Laughter-makers are benefactors
of mankind, and Raymond and Caverly
deserve crowns of laurel, parsley, pret
zels, or any other appropriate decora
They haven't ja stale gag In their bunch,
and their songs are irrlsistible. They
get all there is to be had out of out
landish Teutonic "mistakes with English,
and wjien each produces a newspaper
and proceeds to read a series of rldlcu
lous items and advertisements the house
has convulsions. Here lire a couple of
"Lost, a pair of shoesfrom der foot
of Washington street
"Wanted, der acquaintance of a hldy
dat keeps a spaghetti factory. Object
Next they do a slde-achlng burlesque of
grand opera. They are the sort of per
formers that one can enjoy seeing twice
The programme this week opens with
a very neat singing and dialogue act by
tha 'Newmans. They are a swell-looking
couple of metropolitan cut and were well
Next are Mounts and Delmar. The
bills say they have a high-class singing
Joe Sullivan, Irish comedian, is an
other new one this week, and he is good.
One of his gags is a bit too rank for
an Empire audience, and he will cut it
out here during the res of his engage
ment. He doesn'tNneed that sort of thing
for success, as he' has Individuality and
cleverness. His make-up is particularly
good, and is another sign that the stage
Irishman, like th stage Hebrew,, of the
past is no longer necessary.
Loa Durbyello, the clever "shadow
grapher," Introduced a number of new
pictures. She' Is a fine artist in her line,
and her act Is not among the least enter
taining of the bill. The possibilities for
fun in shadows from the hands, as sho
makes them, are astonishing. She has a
kissing and hugging scene between two
silhouetted lovers that is positively one of
After tho overture, another new pair
the Kellys show forth. They have a
rural comedy skit and dance which Is very
amusing and "brings down the house,"
particularly when Sam asks Ida to ake
a reer in her suspenders, i
i turn uiuuu uiu imo ncvo.
'The man's dancing Is equal to anything
ever seen here, and there have been
many dancers recently.
Arthur Hahn, the Australian basso, is
an old acquaintance at the Empire, and
his appearance was greeted with, ap
plause. If he could onlv introduce a lit
tie dramatic actiod wltfi that splendid
.voice of his, Instead of standing In a
stiffly quiet ,attitude. he would be a ton
liner anywhere. But, then, few can be
artists In all . respects. The programme
runs all week, with the usual matinees.
"The Lesion of Honor."
The largest Monday night house In many
montns greeted tne Mordant-Humphreys
v.umpany m xne iegion or Honor" a
Cordray's Theater last night The play I
one that aDDeals stronsrlv to th intent
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the- story to add piquancy to the somber
scene, while the heart interest suffices to
start tears without causing them to flow.
The Mordant-Humphreys Company has
created a very favorable Impression in
this excellent play, and although the cast
Is a strong one, four new members will
be added to it who will make their flrst
appearance in the play tonight Among
them is Frank Fanning, one of the best
young juvfenlle actors on the Coast. An
other competent artist Is Miss Joslyn.
who will assume the role of the Baroness
D'Alroy. 'The -Legion of Honor" will
continue its successful engagement during
tne entire week, Including a Saturday
Shields Park Croirded.
The largest Monday crowd of the xxjison
was present at Shields' Park to enjoy the
excellent programme. Of course, tho
gracat magnet was Grace Walton Haynie
Last night's reception was even more en-,
thuslasdc than Sunday night. She changed
her specialty somewhat and it took Im
mensely. This week's bill is the best of
the season. The park closes Sunday
Sale for "A. Texas Steer.".
Tho' advance sale of seats win mwn
niorrcw (Wednesday) morning, at loj
o'cioclc for Hnrt's crpafpsJ- cnppica -a"!
Texas Steer," which comes to the Mar
quam Grand Theater next Friday night
and Saturday afternoon.
WHERE TO DNE.
All the delicacies of the season at tho
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
ments for ipartles, 305 Wabr, near 5th.
Imperial Hotel restaurant, 2d floor;
six-course dinner DOc; first-class, service,
a la carte. 6:30 A. M. to S P. M.
Never fail to cure sick headache, often
the very first dose. This is what is said
by all who try Carter's Little I,iver Pills.
Catarrh cf the "bladder and urethra are cured
by Oreorf Kidney Tea.
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Alonev saved on anv siihsprinrion
Write for prices on your favorite
magazine to B. B. Rich, Portland,
Oregon. Do it today.
Dr.E. C. BROWN E AND iseasbs.
v 11 ii n Uarauaa big., room SM-T.
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The Dalles Excursionists
are invited to visit our store during their
stay in Portland. Never before in the
'history of legitimate merchandising
were such bargains offered.
Remodeling, enlarging, taking out dividing walls, tearing
things to pieces this is the cause of the TERRIBLE CUT
IN PRICES. ' i ;. - -
A viit to our Cloak and Suit Rooms or to our Dress
Goods Counter will repay you for your time and trouble.
Come prepared to buy your Table Linens, Blankets,
Quilts and Curtains. , -
We will give you a rebate of SOc for your ticket oh a $5.00 pur
chase this regardless of the biggest bargains on earth.
REDUCED TO IOc.
If you've- returned from your vacation
with new motives new aims new aspira
tions, here's tne clothing to help you live
up to your ideal.
The' new Fall suits In single and 'double
breasted cuts are here at $12.50 and H5.
Smart suits that should interest any man
looking for a good suit at a moderate
Come in today and see them.
Lion Clothing Co.
Outfitters to Men and Boys.
166 and 168 Third St., y
In the "Mohawk" Building.
We' cany the largest and
most complete stock of
Japanese and Chinese
curips in the city, consist
ing of Bronze Cloisonnie
ware, Silk Embroideries,
Ivory Carvings, fine Dec
orated Porcelain, etc., at
ANDREW KAN & CO.
Cor. 4th and Morrison
Domestic and Foreign.
Tho best in this market
The Pacific Coast Company
3 WASHINGTON STREET.
Charles H. Glelm. Agent
Rock Springs Coal
Eecure your TVlnter'a aupply now. Special
rates S tons or more, on either the RANGE
or LUU? COAL. This Is the 'beat housa coal
VULCAN COAL CO.
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drCS3 REV. 31. A. QUINLAN. C. S. C,
, University Parle, Or.
ill Military Academy
24tli and 3XurhiilI Streets.
A Private Boarding and Day
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New buildings, modern and complete;
manual training, military discipline, char
acter building. Boys successfully fitted
for all colleges. Principal of 25 years' ex
perience in Portland. Boys of any age ad
mitted at any time. "Write for catalogue.
Fall term dpens September 16.
DR. J. "IV. HILL, Principal.
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College preparatory and general courses.
Seventh and elBhtlr-Erade work o grammar
school also: Ofllce hours. 10 to 12 A. M. Cata
logue, address MARGARET V. ALLEN,
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CALDWELL COLLEGE OF ORATORY, ACTING,
- OPERA AND AUTHORSHIP
1295 Market Street. San Francisco, CaL
Diplomas and Degrees Conferred. Fall Term
Begins September 1.
Departments Practical' acting, oratory, elo
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ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Boarding school for girls. Fortieth year.
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PORTLAND ACADEMY. Portland, Or
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Seventeenth annual session begins Sept. 1L
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