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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1904.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Tiie Oregoklaa'e Telephones.
Countlng-Room ..Main 667
Managing Editor Main 630
Sunday Editor ...Maln 63C
City Editor Main ICG
Composlng-Room ...Main 683
Superintendent Building Bed 2S2C
East Side Office East 6X
MABQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison
St.. between 6th and 7th) Tonight at 8:15
o'clock, 'The County Chairman."
COLUMBIA THEATER (Fourteenth and
"Washington) Tonight at 8:15. "In Mlzzoura.'
CORDRATS THEATER (Park and -Washington)
Tonight, 8:15, "The Heart of Chicago.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
ConUnuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 4, 7:30 to 10
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
ARCADE THEATER (Seventh and Wash
ington) Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to
10:30 -P. M.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2 to 10:30 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER (corner Alder and Sev
enth) Continuous vaudeville from 2 to 10
Unitarian Alliance Entertained.
The Unitarian Alliance members were en
tertained yesterday afternoon by an In
structive paper on "Old Loqisiana," read
by Mrs. C. B. Colby, editor of the "Wo
man's Tribune, and by music furnished
by Miss Edwina Mastick and Miss Cope
land. Miss Mastick sans a petty little
Irish song, "Shoogy Shoo," and "Three
Green Bonnets," each well suited to her
fresh, well-trained voice. Miss Copeland's
contralto solo, "Goodby, Sweet Day," and
her encore selection were also heard with
much pleasure. The alliance is very busy
at present getting ready for the annual
hfuaar to be held the first week in De
cember. In fact, all branches of the J
church work are active at present, wio
young people holding frequent rehearsals
for their play, which Is to be presented at
Parsons Hall, and the committee for the
sale 'of Thanskgiving dainties are making
elaborate plans for their sale, which Is to
be held the Wednesday before Thanks-,
Opening of Woman's Exchange. j-The
first Fall opening of the Woman's Ex
change will be held this afternoon at the
exchange, 133 Tenth street, near Alder,
the management extending a cordial in
vitation to the public to come and Inspect
the establishment Tea will be served be
tween 2 and 5 o'clock by the following
members of the exchange committee of
the Portland "Woman's Union: Mrs. Henry
I. Pittock. Mrs. Ellis G. Hughes, Mrs.
Hlrsch, Mrs. M. H. Steers, Mrs. S. A.
Brown, Miss Eleanor TJlle, .Mrs. H. C.
Eckenberger, Miss Abby Atwood and Mrs.
Postmaster Goes to Jail. In default
of $1000 bonds for his appearance at the
next term of the United States Circuit
Court, William H. Kelly, formerly post
master at Greenhorn, Grant County, was
committed yesterday to jail, to answer a
charge of having, in December, 1903,
wrongfully converted J916.SS postal funds
to this own 'Uses. He pleaded not guilty
tp the charge. Over JSOO of the money he
is alleged to have embezzled has already
been returned to the United States Gov
ernment. The indictment .against Kelly
was returned by the United States jury
Cathedral Fair Opens Todat. The
cathedral fair opens this afternoon in the
new Merrill block. Seventh and Oak
streets, and promises to be well attended
and popular. A number of fine enter
tainment Xeatures have been provided, in
cluding voting contests for the most popu
lar Knight of Columbus and the most pop
ular young woman employe of Olds, Wort
man & King and Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
Luncheon will be served today from 11:30
A. M. until 2:30 P. M., and in the evening
the tea-room will be open to those In
Will Celebrate Completion of
Chdkch. The congregation of the Patton
Methodist Episcopal Church, Michigan
avenue, will celebrate tomorrow evening
the completion of improvements costing
J2000. The building was raised and a con
crete basement built underneath, with
Sunday school room, kitchen and other
conveniences, largely increasing the ca
pacity of the building. Money for the
Improvements has nearly all been pro
vided for. Rev. Asa Sleeth is pastor.
Plead Not Gdiltt to Stage Robbery.
J. R. Hanson and J. I Leadford, charged
with holding up a stage coach containing
United States malls near Canyon City,
last Spring, and W. X. McLauchlan,
charged with sending through the United
States malls an objectionable letter to
his wife, appeared in the United States
Circuit Court yesterday. Hanson and
Leadford pleaded not guilty and will not
be tried until about November IS. Mc
Lauchlan will enter a plea toaay.
Frank Bennett Under Bonds. Frank
Bennett, the butcher, who Is accused of
having caused his wife to run away from
her. mother's home with threats against
her life, was arraigned before Judge
Hogue yesterday morning in Police Court.
Bennett said nothing had been further
from his mind than the killing ofJiis wife,
However, he was required to furnish $250
as a peace bond. The amount was fur
nished by J. F. O'Shea and W. P.
Will Talk on Child Literature. The
Home Training Association, which will
meet in the reading rooms of the Y. W. C,
A. this afternoon at 3 o'clock, extends a
cordial invitation to mothers and teachers
to attend. The talk by Miss Harriot
Hassler on "Child Literature" will be of
interest to tall concerned in child-life.
Mothers bringing small children can have
them cared for In the nursery connected
with the Y. W. C. A.
Railwats Are Connected. The curve
at the intersection of Grand avenue and
East Burnslde street was completed yes
terday, connecting the tracks of the City
& Suburban and Portland Railway sys
tems. It Is not intended to send passen
ger cars from the district south of East
Burnslde street over Burnslde bridge by
means of this connection, but it is Intend
ed for handling gravel, extras and other
Alumni Meeting Tomorrow. The
Alumni Association of the Brooklyn
School will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30
in Brooklyn School, when the following
programme will be rendered: Lecture
Nieta Daue; recitation, Ethel Adams: vo
cal solo, Sylvia Oakes; Impromptu, Hulda
relson; recitation, James ETavely; vocal
60io, i.yraia niaen; spelling match.
For the Manual Schools. A special
building, 45x28, for the manual- school de
partment has Just been completed on the
Thompson School ground, and work on a
similar building was started on the Ste
phens ground yesterday morning. The
other manual school will be on the Holla
day grounds, thus providing three for the
East Side. i
Church Acquires Property. The Sun
nyslde Congregational Church, on East
Taylor and Thirty-fourth streets, has pur-
cnasea tne lot on the west of the present
property, 100x331-3, and next year will put
up a Sunday school and lecture-room bn
It. Rev. J. J. Staub. pastor, says the Sun-
day school has outgrown its present
Victor Joseph Injured. Victor Joseph,
empioyea on tne new .Morrison bridge,
fell from the draw pier Tuesday night and
was severely bruised. He struck the top
oi a piie ana men ien into the river.
wnen ne swam as n ore.
$1009 Reward for any adulteration found
in Oregon Grape, or "Pacific" Evaporated
cream. .First iv certificates found on in
side of label wins a (550 piano.
Dr. A. W. Moore has returned fmm h
East and will be at his office In the De-
kum building from II to 12 A. M. and
1:30 to 5 P. M.
Dr. Herbert W. Cardwell returned
yesterday morning from 2Cew York. Will
be In office, Abingtotn building, as usual.
The famous lecturer. Geo. R. Wendling,
"gives "Saul of Tarsus" tonight at the Y.
M. C. A. auditorium.
Don't you know who Geo. R. Wendling
Needlework Genua Exhibits Sewing.
The exhibition of sewing given by the
Portland branch of the-Needlework Guild
of America at Parsons Hall yesterday aft
ernoon was viewed by a large number of
guests who called between 2 and 5 o'clock.
The display was the work accompusnea
in one year by the guild and was com
prised of garments of every description
which are to be distribute among the
needy of the city. Cases of absolute need
are given first 'attention and the garments
are distributed through the Salvation
Army, Volunteers of America, Poor Farm,
Baby Home, Refuge Home, aoys ana
Glrls'-Ald Society, hospitals and other In
stitutions. The Portland branch oi mis
guild is composed of 13 sections, each of
which Is supposed to contribute not less
than 110 garments annually. Each director
Is asked to give two garments and to se
cure at least ten garmentmakers ana one
member who contributes money. Mrs.
James S. Reed is the president; Miss Anna
M. Crcmen treasurer: Miss lsaueiia ue
Fries, secretary, and Mrs. Henry Corbett,
honorary president. The guests oi yes
terday were served with tea by the guild
and the occasion made a pleasant one.
General surprise was expressed at the
scope of the work accomplished by the
members, and the great amount of good
It Is accomplishing was highly commended.
To Suppress Contagious Diseases.
County school teachers and directors are
to xo-operate with the County Health
Board In suppressing contagious diseases
by making prompt reports to- Dudley Ev
ans health officer. He has secured, a list
of teachers from Superintendent Robin
son, and has sent each teacher a copy of
the rules of the State Board oi ieaitn.
The teachers are asked to notify the
thealth officer at once concerning conta
gious diseases among the children of any
kind. The children will be quarantined at
once and schoolhouses fumigated when
necessary. Some cases of diphtheria, scar
let fever and measles have been recenuy
reported In the eastern part of the county.
There was some concern among parents
having children In the Glencoe school-
house at Mount Tabor over the discovery
that a boy from the Evans family had
diphtheria. The building was closed lialf a
day and fumigated by Health Oflicer
Evans. The house where the boy Is sick
has been quarantined.
New Telegraph Line to North
Head. The United States Weather Bu
reau tllne between Fort Canby and 2orth
Head, which has been In bad working or
der for the past two days on account ot
Injuries received by the wires during the
recent storm. Is again In good condition
and messages are now being transmitted.
The trouble was caused by a numter or
large trees being uprooted by the storm,
whose fall broke the wires. To Improve
the service, a contract was made yester
day to run a new line from North Head
to the Pacific States Telephone &
Telegraph Co.'s line near the military
reservation at Fort Canby. By reason of
this new line the Weather Bureau officials
here will have a double service for their
messages with North Head by two differ
ent roads. The new line Is being con
structed free of expense to the Govern
ment through the courtesy of District
Manager Thatcher, of the Pacific States
Telephone & Telegraph Company.
East Side Street Congested. Owing to
the constant congestion of street-cars.
passengers and vehicles of all sorts at the
intersection of Union avenue and Bast
Burnslde street. Chief Hunt yesterday
gave orders to station a policeman at this
place. There have been several narrow
escapes, although no serious accidents
have occurred. Last evening at 6 o'clock
all street-car traffic was blocked at the
intersection of East Burnslde and East
Third streets by a big truck of W. M.
Stoops getting stalled. It was pulled out
by one of the cars.
Woman Resents Rescue. Yesterday Jo-f
sesph Buchtel dragged an aged woman
from the front end of an approaching
express-car at the intersection of Union
avenue and East Burnslde street, so
quickly that she thought she was being
kidnaped. The act of necessity was not
gently performed, and at first the woman
was inclined to resent what she consid
ered uncalled-for rough treatment, but she
was finally made to understand that Mr.
Buchtel had only saved her from possible
Funeral of Leslie Reynolds. The fu
neral of Leslie Reynolds, who died at St.
Vincent's Hospital, was held yesterday
morning from Dunnlngs undertaking
chapel, and the Interment was in Lone Fir
Cemetery. Mr. Reynolds was 41 years of
age, and leaves a wife and three children.
Mr. Reynolds' death was caused by ex
posure and despondency. His family is
left without means and probably needs
immediate assistance. Mr. Reynolds had
a son at Spokane, but no other relatives.
Rose Society Meets. An interesting
demonstration of pruning roses and root
lng the cuttings was given at the regular
monthly meeting of the Rose Society last
night by Mr. Hoffman, of v the firm of
Hoffman Bros., florists. The Mount
Tabor Improvement Association asked to
have the motion passed at the last meet
ing whereby . the association named was
offered a cash prize of $10 for competition
In rose culture, resclpded, and this was
Salts Hear Music. Sailors from British
ships now In port, and shore visitors.
thronged the Seamen's Institute, Front
and Flanders streets, last evening, and lis
tened to a pleasant concert given under
the direction of Mrs. J. B. H. Simpson.
The programme was contributed bv Mrs.
J. Ernest Laldlaw, Mr. anT Mrs. Paul
Henderson. Miss Marguerite Egbert, Miss
Carolyn Johnston, Clyde Altchlson, R. Ry
lance and A, R. Wright.
Lloyd Bell Found. Lloyd Bell, who
was supposed to have run away with
Walter B. Evans, the deaf and dumb
tramp newsboy, was found last night on
the corner of Washington and Front
streets, by Omcer Pike, and taken to his
home, 390 Park street.
No. 1 Cleaned White Oats n.50
No. 1 Rolled Barley L25
Best Stock Salt. 50-lb. sack 20
Kadderly Commission Co., 110 N. Third.
Hear Geo. R. Wendling at the Y. M. C
A. tonight in his greatest lecture,' "Saul
of Tarsus. -
Geo. R. Wendling tonight at the Y. M
Hardware, tinware, Wooster, .7th-Mor.
- TWO BOBBED OF $40.
Masked Highwayman Holds Up East
Sider Near His Home.
A purse-snatching and a hold-up occur
red aimoat simultaneously last even
ing soon after 7 o'clock, in both cases the
rohbery netting $40. Miss Janetta Smith,
living at SS2 East Seventh street north.
was attacked on a dark corner at Grand
Avenue and Bast Everett, and her purse
was wrested irom her nana.
At the same time, Henry Weygandt.- liv
ing at East Forty-third and Division
streets was set upon by two highwaymen
near his home and forced to give up what
money he had. B' a curious coincidence
oath victims lost the same amount $40.
Detectives Kerrigan and Snow were eent
out on the purse-snatching case as soon
as it was reported to the police, and suc
ceeded in landing the purse empty. It
had been cast carelessly In the gutter by
Weygandt was attacked by two men in
masks, and wao not inclined to give aa
but . a couple of choking fingers on his
neck changed his mind. As the night
was dark, neither or tne victims" can give
descriptions of their assailants.
WEEBE TO DIKE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 30a WaalL. near Eth.
MURINE EYE REMEDY.
Cures Sore Eyes. Makes weak Eyes
strong. Murine don't smart. It soothes
Eye pain. Druggists ana opticians.
Karris Trwk Cb.
231 Morrison, is headquarters for trunks.
suit cases ana bags. mints renaireo.
AT THE THEATERS
"The Cesnty Chalnrmr ."
The Honorable Jim Hackler
Tilford "Wheeler .William Lamp
Ellas Blgby t R. J. Dillon
Riley Cleaver George R. Calno
"Wilson Prewltt Edward Gorman
Jupiter Pettaway ..John Gorman,"
Sassafras Livingston.. George Thatcher
Jefferson Briscoe. ..Jamea H. Bradbury
Uncle Eck Millbury... Charles A. Burke
Vance Jimmlson Marcus Moriarty
Joe Wblttaker Will L. Phillips
Cal Ban: us Joseph Daley
"Chub" Tolllver.... Harold Grau
Amos Whitney Claude C Boyer
CUbe Overton C A. iightner
Dawson Montgomery.George G. Cennett
Lucy Itlgby Florence Smyth e
ilrs. Ellas Rlgby Grace Bomlce
Mrs. Jefferson Brfecoe.. Florence Gerald
Loresa Watkins Zenaide Williams
"Chic" BIrey... Florida Klngsley
Tilly ..K&thlene MacDonnell
George Ade, deservlngly lucky dog, wrote
'The County Chairman" from first-hand
Information. He was born and lived his
youth In an Indiana hamlet called Kent-
land, and there, among the folk he knows
best, he laid his play. The home of Jim
Hackler. Lucy Rlgby and Sassafras, was
Antloch. but It might just as well have
been Lecompton or Sllverton, for It Is the
typical country town of the North and
West as It was in the early '80s.
The types are real, not burlesques as In
the case of almost all our rural dramas,
and when they walk upon the stage they
step out of the cherished past of all of us
who are country-bred. They awaken such
memories that, while we laugh with them
and at them, there is almost a heartache
In the recollection wh'ich comes to us of
the old days when we were 20-odd years
nearer Lincoln than we arc now and all
things were so much better.
Jim Hackler, bless his old slouch hat.
was setting up the pins In the county con
vention when Blaine and Conkling and
Tllden were the popular Idols and Gro
ver Cleveland was still Sheriff of Buffalo.
He was not altogether good and lovely,
but if any one dares call him bad he can
get a fight in front -of Vance JImmlson's
store at Antloch or Lecompton or Sll
verton any old time, to this day. Then
there was Miss Watklns, the flirtatious
little milliner whose weakness was "trav
eling gentlemen," and Uncle Eck, the
oldest Inhabitant. There was Briscoe, who
was too lazy to split wood, but could talk
politics from a drygoods box all day.
There was also his strong-minded wife,
who had to "keep boarders" because her
husband was a politician. There was the
fly drummer and the colored person called
Sassafras. There was Lucy and the young
aspirant for her heart and the county
office. How all the world must have loved
fthcm. There was her mother and alas,
uisu uer luiiier.
These people and all the others In the
play came backto us through the vista
of years as from a long journey, last
night at the Marquam, when George
Ade's play, which deserves to become a
classic, was given Its first Portland pre
sentation. Sift the plays of the past two
decades, and you will find among the
chaff that "The County Chairman" Is
one of the few grains of real wheat. It
Is so good, so true and so helpful with Its
clear atmosphere. Its gentle, kindly satire
and Its deft touches of pathos, so sweet
with the lavender Incense of the chest
6T memories that the pity Is all of Port
land could not have seen it last night.
The company is as fine a one as you
could wish for. Theodore Roberts, whose
Canby in "Arizona" will never be for
gotten. Is playing Hackler with this
company and his audiences must want
to climb upon the stage en masse to
grasp his hand and tell him they're for
hlnv 'The part simply cannot be done
more nearly to the life. One of the best
of modern minstrels. George Thatcher, Is
cast as Sassafras, the negro with a vote
to sell, and hts selection was an Inspira
tion. The darky of his would pass mus
ter for the genuine article In any country
community. Lenaide Williams convinced
everybody that she was not "assuming"
the role of the milliner. She was the lit
tie milliner In every particular, and Will
Phillips made a most excellent fresh
drummer. Florence Smythe was a charm
ingly natural Lucy, and William Lamp
was happily at home In the part of the
ambitious young lawyer. Mr. Lamp will.
be remembered as a former Portland stock
favorite for his work as the Baker juve
nile two seasons ago: There Is scarcely
a weak spot In the cast, even to the least
of the supers, of whom there were many
If you will hunt up a copy of the "De
lineator' for January, 1S82, you will see
that the ladles' dresses were stylish for
the period, as styjes go In Antloch. The
stage settings arc on an ample scale and
the old-fashioned incidental music, the
"martial band," the campaign paraders.
and in fact every detail was exact.
I must repeat that it's a pity all the peo
ple of this town can't see the play, which
will be repeated tomorrow night and at
a Saturday matinee. It s a pity you can't
all go back to Grlgsby's Station or Antl
och, or wherever it may be and see "The
County Chairman" and our other old-time
friends. Those of you who can, should
visit with them awhile and when they
all go down tc the 11:15 train to see you
off you will feel glad and grateful to
George Ade and the splendid actors In
the company for having carried you back
to days and scenes which you loved but
which like the old, best things are gone
save in the lavender-scented memory-box
which "The County Chairman" opens for
a little while. A. A. G.
STILL A BEPTJBUCAN.
W. J. Furnish Doesn't Doubt Roose
velt's Majority In Umatilla.
W. J. Furnish,, of Pendleton, one" of the
leading Republicans and business men of
Umatilla County, is at the Imperial for a
short visit in the city.
Mr. Furnish, while he will not attempt
to quote ngures, is confident that his
county will cast an overwhelming vote
for Roosevelt and Fairbanks on Tuesday
"It is so quiet in Umatilla County," said
Mr. Furnish, "that It Is hard to tell what
vote will be brought out, but I think I am
safe in saying that Roosevelt's majority
will he a large one. Many of the old
time Democrats of the county are going
tb support the Republican ticket, rather
than vote for Parker, whose policy they
do not like.
"The prohibition question will be close.
Pendleton will vote against closing the
saloons, but many of the little towns will
give snug majorities for the Prohibition
ists. The result is in doubt, however, as
the whole county will have a say In Its
settlement, the election being called for
the countv and not for a nart of It."
Mr. Furnish will return to 'his home In
time to register his vote for the Republi
W. A. White, Sheriff of Los Angelea, Is
visiting Portland and other points In the
Ex-Senator S. B. Huston, of Hlllsboro,
one of the prominent Republican speakers,
was at the Imperial yesterday.
Oscar Hayter. a lawyer from -Dallas
was admitted yesterday to practice In the
ujuieu.oiaies circuit bus jjisinci (JOUTtS
In this city.
Dr. K. A. J. Mackenzie returned yester
day morning from a visit to Chicago.
where he attended a conference of rail
Japanese Minister Resting Well.
NEW YORK. Nov. i Dr. William T.
Bull, after a visit to. Japanese Minister
Takhlra's bedside at 6 o'clock tonight, an
nounced that Mr. Takhlra was better
than at any time since the operation, and
eaa rcsieu weu uirousn we aay.
WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW- BUILDING
RUBBER AND OILED CLOTHING
RAINCOATS, RUBBER .BOOTS AND SHOES
GOODYEAR RUBBER COMPANY
R. H. PEASE. Pruideat.
New addrtas 61-63-65-67 Fourth, Corner Pine St, Portland Or.
With oat a Rival
BLUMAUER & HOCH
106 and 110 Fovth Strwrt
Sol Sirtrtfeutan far Orass msA Wufetactaa.
YOU GAlf GET MORE HEAT OUT OP EACH POUND OF COAL I
WHEN IT IS BURNED. IN A "PERFECT" THAN ANY,. OTHER ?
FURNACE. WHY? CALL AND WE'LL "SHOW YOU."
The W. G. McPherson Co.
4-7 First Street
$1.50 to $3.50
WE MArIE THEM.
RUST-PROOF Umbrellas cannot rust off at the top and break
through the material, for the ribs are finished -with brass. It is im
possible to turn them wrong-side-out 12 they have the Wind-Proof
THE COVERING of these Umbrellas is made of a -wood-fibre and
worsted, the strongest material known for wear and rough usage and
one that we guarantee not to split.
Get our make and you get the best.
Two Factories 309 Morrison Street, 236 Washington Street.
S. W. Corner Fourth and .Morrison.
97? en's Underwear
Men's ribbed Merino 'garments
reinforced seams, French necksT
and satin trimmings in
colors, today only at 85c.
CONFIDENTIAL CHAT NO. 60
An Imitation loaf of bread may appear as attractive as the genuine ar
ticle, but it would be email comfort to a hungry man. The same may be
said of a pair of misfit spectacles to a man who is hungry for vision. It
you want glasses to see with, have your eyes fitted by the house that
133 SIXTH STREET
ASSESS AT FULL VALUE
NEW LAW PROPOSED BY BOARD
OF TRADE FOR OREGON.
Assessment for State Tax to Be Made
by State Independent of Counties,
and Levy, to Be Reduced.
The Portland Board of Trade believes
in divorce in so far as the question ap
plies to the separation of the state from
the county "revenue.
At a meeting of the executive committee
of the board held last night It was de
cided that the legislative committee draft
a bill for submission at the coming ses
sion of the Legislature which should pro
vide for the equal and uniform valuation
of the land and property of the state
by a state and not a county official.
The board takes exception to the pres
ent high rates of levy In Multnomah
County and would like to see it lower.
It considers that the present system of
County Assessors and individual assess
ment, as well as the method of levying
the state tax, not conducive to the best
Interests of the state at large.
The bill to be drawn up will provide
for a State Assessor, whose duty It shall
be to oversee the assessment of all the
property In the state. This official will
place the valuation as near the market
quotations as possible,, and upon his as
sessment the state will base the state
levy, each county to pay In proportion to
Its share of -the total property of the
state. In this manner the state tax
would be levied entirely separate from
the county tax and there would be no
reason or chance for the different As
sessors to put down the assessment and
thus raise the levy, to the detriment of
The county assessment would be In the
hands of the county officers, who could
adopt the state assessment or not, at
The legislative committee' ot the board
will take the measure up at once and will
have a draft completed and" revised for
the opening of the January session.
T. B. Wilcox and I. B. Hammond were
appointed delegates to the National Irri
gation Convention In El Paso, November
Richard Scott, J. H. Fisk, J. D. Lee.
PF. E. Beach and John- F. Caples were
appointed a committee to help In the
entertainment of the delegates to the
National Grange, which Is to convene In
Portland, November 18. This committee
will co-operate with other commercial or
ganizations In providing for the enter
tainment of the delegates while In Portland.
Geo. It, Baker, Mgr.
Phone Main lie.
Fourteesth. and Washington Streets.
HANDSOMEST THEATER IN" THE WEST
As far LIEBIG COMPANY'S,
Not simply "LIEBIG'S"
3UST-AS G0ODSHARE WORTHLESS
KfTMtar 3, 1M4f tt Miiwiiif 12, ISM
Menfs for Mtek, Tfii mi ak Ivmk
v Grand musical programme every even-
Votiac contest for most popular For
ecter or KBigat of Columba.
An elaat aad artistic display of
finer m4 aeertil articles suitable for
holiday sifts. ,
Votlas coateat for JBOt popular young
luiy catte-f at Old. Wortman &
Ktega or Upaa. Wolf at Co.'.
IrfmefceM Mrre4 frost 11: SO to 2:30
and hi the vesisg,
"MKT MS IX THE TEAROOM."
THE TALK OF THE CITY ANOTHER
CROWDED HOUSE LAST NIGHT.
TONIGHT AT 8:15 AND AIA THIS WEEK,
An Excellent Company, Presenting
It was written by Augustus Thomaa, Au
thor of "Arizona," especially for
Nat C. Goodwin.
GET TOUR SEATS EARLY OR YOU WILL
Information regarding prices and how to se
Prices Evening. 15c, 23c. 35c, 50c: gal
lery, 15c Matinee, lbc, 15c, and 25c; gal
All day down town Ticket office- open at
Rowe & Martin's drugstore. Sixth and Wash
ington, from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Main 110.
After T P. jM., at the theater, 14th and
Washington, 7 to 10 P. M. Phone 311.
All Next Week, Starting Matinee Sunday,
BehMce aad FyleV Great Military Play.
The Girl I Left Behind
j Closing Out
Wo hava nearly $10,000 worth of
Toys and must positively close
J them out the next three months at
s sacrifice prices. Also all lines of
: Japanese and ,
J Consisting of Cloisonne, Satsuma,'
New Brass Ware, Bronze, Fine
Decorated China, Silk Embroidered
Ladles' and Gents Wrappers, Mat-
ting, etc. ,
: ANDREW KAIU CO.
287 Xerrisen st.
Blue Mountain Sanatorium
Far the Car ef -
SINGKAM SPRINGS, OREGON.
TsberculosU Is curable. It requires proper
Alet. a pure atsaospher and rest of mlaA
aad body. CUaaatc Jobs a&a little Influence.
It takes months of ordinary treatment, how
aver, ta start the patleat ea tne read to
recovery. Patients at the Blue Me-ustaia
Sa&atoriaa have the additional advantage
c2 the sm cX oar COURIZO&Y SERUM.
This serum is harmless aad Boa-lrrit&tlag.
It TrsmpUx arrests the disease, eteja fever,
cough and expectoration, aad the patieat re
covers la ocw-kalf tfee time required w otaer
taaciratioa. For iBiormatiOB address
DK J. K. BINGHAM.
4 OS Dekum BId.
chwab Printing Co.
txtr iroxx. xijitoHjiLx rxrcxri l
Dr. W. A. Wise.
IT WON'T HURT A BIT
BY OUR METHOD.
We are enabled to extract from one to 32
teeth at one sitting, positively and abso
lutely without pain or bad after effects. Peo
ple In delicate health need have no fear, as
our znethqd ot extracting is. positively safe
and absolutely painless. 17 years' experi
ence in plate work enables us to fit your
mouth comfortably. If you are troubled
by your upper plate falling down we can
make you one with the patent air valve In
that will stay up so tight that you will be
perfectly satisfied. e
WISE BROS., DENTISTS
203-213 FAILING BLDG. Open evenings till 9. Sundays from S to 12. Phone
Corner Third and Washington streets.
Dr. T. P. Wtee.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bees,
in use for over 30 years, has home,, the signature of
i - and has heen made under his pr
'tTos. 80na supervision since its infancy
'Zcc4A& Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-good" are hut?
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiments
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worm
and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles," cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleepe
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Tlie KM You fee Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Yearf.
7w earratM eotmuiv, rr mnhut atmx.i. mas Tea am.
$.50 35L $150
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
Your inspection invited of this
most popular line. All the wanted
.styles in seasonable foot apparel.
Let your next pair be an
283-285 Morrison Street