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THE M0EN1K& OKEGOJilAST, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER W, 1S04.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Couatlag-"Room ..................Main SS7
Kmtlne Editor Mala 636
Sunday Editor Mala 6235
City Editor Mala 1C6
Society Editor - Main 6235
Co Ha jo ring-Room .......-. -Main csa
Bnpertateadent Building Rd 282?
East Side Office EastM.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Uth and Wash
ingtonTonight at 8:15. "The Hew Do
minion." GRAND THEATER (Parle aad Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2 to 10:S0P. M.
MAKQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison eL,
bet. 6tb and 7th) Tonight at 8:15 o'clock.
The Devil's Auction."
STAR THEATER (Park aad TVashlnctoaJ
ConUnuous vaudeville. 2:50 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Contlnuons vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
ARCADE THEATER ath and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2 to 11 P. M.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:S0 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7 th Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Breakfast Food Versus Ice Cream.
rhe contest that has been going on
among the members of the Mississippi
Avenue Congregational Church. Alblna, to
raise $500 closes tonight at 8 o'clock. The
membreshlp was equally divided, with
captains on each side, and the side 'which
raises the most money will be gln Ice
cream and cake and the losing side will
Tie fed on breakfast food. All collection
cards will be delivered to the captains of
the two divisions and counted at sSO. n
day evening the banquet for the winning
and" losine sides will be held, anere nas
been a lively contest during the month
and a considerable sum has Deen raisea
a M. Bmythe and Miss Mae Zlegler are
cantalns of one side and Mrs. M. E.
Thompson and Miss Bessie Dupee captains
of the opposite side.
Talked to Sooth Mount Tabor
School. Rev. "Wallace R. Struble talked
to pupils and patrons of the South Mount
Tabor School yesterday afternoon on the
evils of cigarette smoking. At the close
of his address membership cards of the
International Anti-Cigarette League were
distributed. A large membership is ex.
pected. Mr. Struble announced that 5.000
pupils of the Portland schools had Joined
the league. After the meeting was over
Mr. Struble was invited Into the higher
grade room, where the pupils wanted some
more details to the evils of cigarette
smoking. Mr. Struble closed a busy day
with a mass meeting In the Methodist
Episcopal Church of Sunnyslde last night.
Again Borino for Oil. Work of boring
for oil has been resumed on S. J. Ogden's
farm, north of St. Johns, on the Penin
sula. A man who understands drilling has
been put in charge of the machinery and
better profress Is expected. The drill
has gone down 700 feeL, and the interested
men say that the prospects of striking oil
In Daylng Quantities are getting better.
Mr. Ogden. who owns the farm where the
drilling Is being done, is very confident of
success and, with several others, has
put considerable money in the develop
ment work of this wen. experts wno
have examined, the Indications express the
opinion that oil exists in paying quanti
ties, if the vein can be reached.
To Discuss New High School Mon
day. The Board of Education will hold a
special meeting next Monday evening to
consider the erection of a new high school
building early next year. There is a. dlvi
slon whether the present building shall be
enlarged or a separate building be erected
on the East Side. The general sentiment
Is for an' East Side building. It is prob
able that the subject of a recommendation
of an additional tax levy for next year
that the school teachers' salaries may be
raised, will also be considered at the
Seamen's Concert Tonight. An inter
esting concert will be given tonight at the
Seamen's Institute by the Women's
Auxiliary of Trinity Church, under the. di
rection of Mrs. Apperson and Mrs. A. G.
Ott. The -programme will include" songs
by Miss May Donaldson, Miss C. Cocking,
Mrs. "Whlgham and A. G. Ott: readings
by JIIss Marten Kerns and Miss Marie
Kellar, violin solo by Bay Lancaster and
piano solo by Miss Idly Stratham.
Evangelist Deserted bt His Wife.
When Evangelist Rev. J. H. Barber re
turned to his home, 32 Front street.
Monday night, after preaching a sermon
at the hall of the "Volunteers of America,
he found a note from his wife saying she
had left him. She took with her their
daughter. She did not say where she was
going, and yesterday the police were re
quested to assist in locating her.
To Address Home Training Assoclv
noN- The Home Training Association
will meet at the Young Women's Christian
Association tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock. Dr. Edna Timms will address the
association on "What to Do in Cases of
Emergency" (such as arise In childhood)
and Mrs. Pelton Reid will give a paper on
the methods of training children in obedl
ence by gentle measures.
George H. Dammier Arrested. George
H. Dammier, wanted on a charge of ob
talnlng $110 from Jennie Spauldlng under
false pretenses, was arrested by Deteo
tlve Welner yesterday. He was tamed!
ately released on his own recognizance,
upon request of District Attorney Man
nlng. Dammier was formerly a Portland
promoter. This is his second arrest with
in a week.
Chinese Woman Found Dead. Toy
Kim, a Chinese widow, died from heart
failure in her apartments at Second and
Pine streets yesterday about noon. She
was found last night by a friend, and
Deputy Coroner Arthur I. Finley caused
the removal of the body to his unccrtak
Ing shop. Funeral services will occur to
morrow. The woman was aged 5a years.
Nurseb Meet Today. The members of
the Nurses' Association will meet today
at 2 P. M. at the Nurses' Home of the
Good Samaritan Hospital. The nurses are
organizing for their common good and
also for the purpose of entertaining visit
ing nurses during the Lewis and Clark
Notice to Lovers of Art. Over 510,000
worth of Oriental rugs are to be closed
at cost in order to make room for our
Xmas line. Be sure and make the best of
this opportunity. A. Atiyeh & Bro.. 411
Washington st. The only exclusive and
permanent dealers in the city.
See the latest Improved Welsbach gas
burner, equipped with opal globe, dls
played in our windows. Price $1.00. Best
Welsbach gas mantles 25 cents. H. W.
Manning Lighting and Supply Co.. 43
The bazaar given by the women of Tay
.or Street Church continues today and
svenlng. Programme. Good lunch will
oe served from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. .
Congregational Bazaar Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoon and evening lnjjar
lors of the church, corner Park and Madi
son. Freight received today, by La Center
Transportation Co., Leona, for Ridgefield
and all Lewis River points. Oak-st. dock.
Grand fancy sale opens this. Wednes
day eve., St. Lawrence Hall, 3d & Sher
man sts. All invited. Admission free.
Wanted. Second-hand safe, 600 to 1000
lbs.; must be in good condition and cheap.
Cottage Waffle Restaurant. 146 6th st.
High School Girls' physical culture
class at Rlngler's School twice a week.
J4.00 for season. Open December L
The Calumet, 149 7th. Lunch 35c, 1130 A.
M. to 2 P. M. Dinner 50c, 4:30 to 8 P. M.
Free dispensary for worthy poor, Tues.
Tbnrs., Sat., 1 P. M., St. Vincent's Hosp."
Woman's Exchange, 133 10th. near Al
der. Lunch, 12 to 2; tea, 2 to 5 P. M.
F. DfsassER & Company's East ISth and
Broadway store opens December 1.
Eskuxd Vance Cooke tonight, T. M.
C A. star course.
Woobtxb sells everything. 7th and Mor
rison. C C Newcastle, dentist. Mohawk bldg.
Hxak Cooke torilght, T. M. C A.
Due rook for rent tlS C of C.
Stops Runaway. Policeman J. J. Mur
phy stopped what threatened to be a bad
runaway last evening. The norses nitcnea
to Ford's Auction House wagon started to
run on Grand avenue. Policeman Murphy
was standing almost In the path of the
team, but as the horses dashed Into a
telegraph pole he seized the bridles and
May Lose His Leg. Relatives think it i
may be necessary to send John Went, an
aged East Side resident, to the hospital
to have his leg amputated. From a bruise
on one of his feet inflammation set in.
which has resulted In blood poisoning.
and It is feared that the only hope of his
recovery is In the amputation of the af
Hear Cooke Tonight. "Mr. Cooke Is
little less than a wonder." Is what the
Charleston. W. Va., Dally Mail-Tribune
says of Edmusjd Vance Cooke. Ho is to
appear tonight at the Y. M. C. A., reading
his own poems. This is the second num
ber of the Y. M. C. A. star course. The
next wlll be Jacob A. Rlls, Decem
Struck on Head with Cane. Nels
Peterson was struck on the head with, a
cane in the hands of Thomas Morris In
Japanese restaurant on Burnslde street
late yesterday afternoon. Detectives Hell-
yer and Vaughn chanced along and took,
the assailant to the City Jail and locked
him up on a charge of assault and bat
St. Andrew's Day will be celebrated by
the St. Andrew's Society and their friends
in Parson's HalL 18th and Washington,
this evening at 7:30 by a supper and con
versazione. Good musical programme.
Annual fancy sale, in charge of the
ladles of St. Lawrence Parish, opens this
evening In the assembly room, 3d and
Sherman streets. Music, refreshments.
Auction sale of fine. Tare Oriental rugs
today at G. Baker's, corner Alder and
Park, at 2 and 8 P. M.
F. Dresser & Company's East 15th and
Broadway store opens December 1.
A brilliant new gas light. H. Claus-
eenlus & Son, 415 Washington.
DISAGEEE OK BUILDING SITE.
Directors of Mount Tabor Hall Asso
ciation Differ as to Location.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Woodmen of the World Hall Associa
tion, of Mount Tabor, L. S. N. Norman
din presiding. Monday evening, the
question of location for the proposed
Fraternal Hall was considered. The
board was far from an agreement.
Several directors want the buAldlng
built at Prettyman's station on the
Mount Tabor electric railway; others
want it on the foundation of the former
Oriental Hall on West avenue, and
others thought it a good idea to pur
chase the Baptist Church building.
Another meeting will be held next
HEW INVASION OF MEXICO.
Passenger Agents Want Convention
of Association Here in 1905.
M. J. Roche, traveling passenger agent
of the Denver & Rio Grande, with a
party of excursionists, will leave this
evening for Mexico City, where they will
attend the annual convention of the
Traveling Passenger Agents' Association.
The party to leave Portland will
be augmented on the way south until It
will require a special train to carry the
tourists. All of the Northwest delegates
to the convention will work for Port
land as the next convention city, and
there Is but little doubt that the
convention will be secured for some time
during the Lewis and Clark Fair. .
If Babr ! Cuttlnr Teoth.
R morn mutt tis that old and icell-trtrd remedy.
Mrt. "Win eloxr' Eoothlnc Eyrup, for children
teething-. It aootnes tae ctUIO. softens tse sumj,
allays sll pain, cures wind collo and diarrhoea.
'THE STORE NOTED
Better Than Now
The above is L true saying of our highly tailored Suits, Tourist Coats, Raincoats,
Three-Quarter and Short Tight-Eitting-Back Coats. The style and quality are
all here, while the prices are emphatically the lowest in the city. The sanfe can
be said of our Misses' and Children's Coats. See our line on second floor before
Every garment '
this season's style
and make and the
prices are cat just
New styles, .best
with this house.
Every garment at
Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters
Elegant garments in 'white, "blue, black, green
and cardinal, blue and gold, white and red;
values as high as $2.50 special while" they
last, only $1.50
Black only, the $6.50 values, special while they
last, only 4.85
FURS, FURS We carry
THUD AND MORWSON STREETS. ' ' THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE DRY
Arioa Society's Ceseert.
"March In Springtime" (F. E. Becker),
Arion Maennerchcr; "The Lonely Rose"
(Werner), Arlon Maeanerehor; 'cello
solos (a) "ESegla" (D Gloria), (b)
"Legeade" (Braga). Herr Alex Wagner;
"The Forest" (C Haeser), Arlon Maea
nerchor; "Adelaide" (Beethoven), W. H.
Boyer; "The "Water Lily" (F.Aht). Arloa
Maennerchor; "Thy Sentinel Am I
(Watson), Charles Cutter; "Beautiful
Rhine Father Rhine" (Hermann Mohr).
Fifty male voices of the Arion Society
gave the opening concert of the season in
behalf of that organization last night at
the Arlon Hall, and the singing was de
cidedly worth listening to. Incidentally It
may be marked that this is the largest
chorus for years that the Arions have yet
mustered. They could have produced 75
singers in all If 25 of them had attended
all the rehearsals. The programme was
of the serious yet sentimental order of
thought, and the director was Louis Dam-
masch, who brought out the best that
there was In the chorus. The tone of the
latter was well balanced, the attack was
creditable, and the cresendo following the
dlmendendo In Ha'jser's "The Forest" is
worthy of special mention because of Us
excellence. Werner's "The Lonely Rose"
was a favorite number, and the choir was
best in soft effects.
Alexander Wagner contributed two 'cello
solos and showed a commendable mastery
of his instrument, and was heartily en
cored. William H. Boyer was In good
voice and sang with delightful expression
In the Beethoven number, giving a selec
tion from Puccini s "Manon Leseant" as
an encore. "Mr. Boyer deserves credit for
singing in German such a difficult offer
ing as "Adelaide" from memory. Charles
Cutter, formerly an Indian from Alaska
and now a music student in this city, was
the surprise of the evening.- He showed a
bass voice of marvellous depth and timbre
and spoke English well. He has real dra
matic feeling. His encore was Finsult'-s
"'TIs J." The accompanists were Mrs.
Warren E. Thomas and Miss Pearl
Scott. The audience was a large one.
DICK HEWITT BUNS AWAY.
Eight-Year-Old Boy Again Starts Out
to See the World.
Dick Hewitt, aged $ years, was reported
to the police as rrlsslng from his home
hut night, and a telephone message to
Roseburg was sent by Captain Moore, as
It was thought he went south on the
train last night.
This is tho second time the boy has left
home. Once he rode to The Dalles on
his wheel and returned, as ho became
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
By the only Goodyear machine In Port'
land. Neater and better than hand work.
Only best material used. Work called
for and delivered. Schwlnd & Bauer, 263
Yamhill, between Third and Fourth.
Phone Red 2Kvo.
MUSIC AT EELEES.
Special informal recital today at the
Eilers Piano House fine piano exhibit.
Pianola, Aeolian Pipe Organ and Orches-
trelle. Dally from 3 to -4; not Sundays.
All the delicacies of the season at- the
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart'
ments for parties. 205 Wash., near Cth.
FOR THE BEST GOODS
two rows of
an elegant line of Shirs and
IT'S THE BEST OF ALL
PARKER RYE WHISKEY
ROTHCHILD BROS., Portland, Or.
I WANT or Box
For a CHRISTMAS PRESENT
' with my monogram on it from,: .
W. Q. SMITH & CO
Wedding and Visiting Card Engravers
found Those Keys?
We've lost a bunch of keys
somewhere down town. It con
tains our name plate and a key
numbered 1287. Whoever re
turns it to us will receive a hand
some mahogany Chiffonier. You
can see a bunch of similar keys
aad. the Chiffonier in' our front
465 Detain bids.
From a A. M. to
5 P. II.
DAY AND THURS
DAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
AT LOWEST PRICES"
We have them as low as $1.00 and as high as
For-as little as $3.00 and as high as 17.00
All beautiful garments.
Boa and Muff, for $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 and.$l
All our Black Peau de Soie and Taffeta Silk
"Waists, worth $4.50, for :z .2.95
are making the prices very
fiOODfi JTCORE DT TEE CITY,
You are sure to get your money's
worth if you buy your piano from us.
More than that, you are sure of a good
piano, j&asy time payments accepted.
SOULE BROS. PIANO CO.
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The Spiel of Baron Hohenstaufflg
At the Columbia Theater
Oh Baume mid Countiss, Countiss und Baume
Eddie, und Kitty for aye !
True lof ist "wnndersame - -
Eddie und Kitty for aye !
Dit you seen dot "New Dominion"?
Es ist 'so wunderschoen; '
Gewiss, in mine ooinion,
Die pootiest kind of hlay'n.
Ein edler Deutscher poy (dot's me)
Ich go selbst by Amerakie,
I wants to stadie botany,
Poot studia som 'dings mohr loflee;
v Die pootiest Fraulein in. der Sout' ..
Mein Gott, Ich kuss she on der mont' 1
Oh Baume und Countiss, Countiss und Baume
Eddie und Kitty for aye ! -
True lof ist wnndersame
Eh, Baron? Eh, Flora May?
Go to the Columbia Theater this week
and see "The New Dominion"; don't mlsa.
it it's the best ever.
CONFIDENTIAL CHAT NO. 69
The injury wrought to the entire system by neglected
eye strain is appalling; nervous debility, chronic head
aches, lassitude and loss of ambition are all due to this
cause. Haveyour eyes fitted with needed glasses and
note the difference.
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