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1TGH IN SffllLE
Farmers May Play Washington
."EL SIDELO" CIGARS
KADB At TAMPA, FLORIDA, OP ALL
HAVANA TOBACCO by CUBAN WOftEMBN
TAKING PLACE OF OREGON
Plans Already Slaking for Thanks
giving Day FootballGame With
Oregon University Delayed
Till Later In Season.
OT HOmKTffff ORBGONL12?. TUESD'AT, A
THE BIG THREE INITIATE A NEW MEMBER
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON,
Seattle. June 4- (Special.) It now seems
probable that the Thanksgiving football
game to be played In Seattle during: the
coming' Fall will be with Oregon Agricul
tural College. The majority of the stu
dents do not wish to wait until a late
date to find out whether Stanford or the
University of California will be able to
come north, and, besides, both of these
institutions are desirous of meeting
Washington earlier in the season. The
high percentage of the gate receipts de
manded by the Callfornlans, as well as a
set guarantee of a large amount, in case
the receipts fall below the average, in
clines the management to search for a
better financial proposition.
That a game between the Oregon Agri
cultural College and the University of
Washington would make one of the best
matches that could be played between
any of the Northwest colleges, no one can
deny. There has been a strong sentiment
during the past year, however, to estab
lish permanent relations with the Uni
versity of Oregon for an annual Thanks
giving, game to be played in Seattle. It
now looks, however, as if this proposition
would have to be postponed until another
year, as Oregon has come to a definite
agreement with the Multnomah Club, of
Portland, for her Thanksgiving date.
The only other Institution which Wash
ington has been considering for Thanks
giving has bc.en the University of Idaho.
From the present outlook "many believe
that the Idaho boys will not have as
strong a team as they have claimed in
the past few years, and inasmuch as Ore
gon Agricultural College has practically
all of her old men in college, and Wash
ington has the same advantage, the game
tween the last two named institutions will
likely be the one decided upon.
The new university committee which Is
to control athletic affairs has already
taken the schedule for the coming season
under consideration and are determined
that the management shall decide most
of Its games at an early date. At the
meeting which was held on last Thursday
night the question of the Thanksgiving
game was given a great deal of attention,
a large number of those present ex
pressed themselves as strongly In favor
of a contest with Oregon College. Captain
McDoanal was one of the strongest in urg
ing to have the Webfooters in Seattle
for the big game.
M'GRAW ALLOWED TO PLAY
Order of League Suspended Pending
Hearing on Injunction.
BOSTON, June 5. A temporary injunc
tion against Harry C. Pulllam. president
of the National League of Baseball Clubs,
was issued by Justice Sheldon, of the
Superior Court here, today in favor of
John J. McGraw. manager of the New
York National League Club. The court
order restrains Pulllam from enforcing
a suspension and fine recently imposed
upon McGraw, pending- a hearing to be
held at a later date.
The injunction also restrains the va
rious umpires of the National League
from preventing McGraw from going
onto the field In the capacity of a playing
Manager McGraw was suspended for 15
days and fined $150 for alleged misconduct
during a game In New York City be
tween the Pittsburg and New York teams.
Washington 6, Philadelphia 4.
PHILADELPHIA, June 6. The home
team was defeated today by Washington's
good hitting, coupled with errors by Hen
ley. Philadelphia's hitting was also good.
but not consecutive. Attendance, S400.
Washington. 6 S 4 j Philadelphia. 4 10 5
Batteries Patten and Hayden; Henley,
Coakley and Schreck.
Xctv York 5, Boston 2.
NEW YORK. June 5. Timely hits oft
Young won a well-played game for New
York against Boston today. Attendance,
Boston 2 8 OJNew York... 5 10 1
Batteries Young and Crlger; Hogg and
Chicago 4, Pittsburg 3.
CHICAGO, June 5. By bunching three
singles and a double, the locals won to
day's game In the eighth Inning. In all
but this inning Leever was almost invin
cible. Pfeffer steadied and had the vis
Itors at his mercy after the third inning.
Attendance, 2100. Score:
Chicago 4 8 1 j Pittsburg....
Batteries Pfeffer and O'Neill;
3 7 3
New York 11, Boston 2.
BOSTON, June 6. Errors by the locals
and New York's heavy batting enabled
the visitors to win today's game. Taylor
was very effective. Attendance. 1SW.
New York.. 11 11 3 j Boston 2 4 5
Batteries Taylor and Clarke: Wllhelm
Cincinnati S, St. Louis 2.
ST. LOUIS. June 6. A two-base hit by
Seymour in the ninth and a single by Bar
ney, which adored Seymour, won today's
game for Cincinnati. Attendance, 53)0.
St. Louis.... 2 6 1 1 Cincinnati.. .. 3 7 1
Batteries Egan and Warner; Walker
Umpire Frank Pears.
SEATTLE. June 5. Results of races at
The Meadows; track slow:
Four and & half furlongs Rodolfo won.
Silicate second. Lsdy Bimbo third; time,
Five furlongs Indicate won. Prince Magnet
second. Lillian Ay res third: time. 1:03 V
Seven furlong's Mesketo won. El Verracco
recond. Exapo third; time. 1:52.
Six furlong Doublet won. Metlakatla eec
end. Rublana third: time. 1-.16U.
Five and a half furlong Laura F. M.
won, Yellowstone second; Dorlce third
Mile Liberto won. Isabelllta second, Jtngler
third; time. 1:44 U.
Last of Racing Yachts In.
LIZARD, June 6. The American yacht
Apache, the last contestant In the race
for Emperor William's cup, finished at
11:20 this morning.
AT THE THEATERS
New "Warden.. Eugene Ormonde
Dick Sterling John Salnpoltt
Mr. Mason. ....... .Clarence Montalne
Mr. Tretter .....Reginald Mason
Dr. Stelnart... ....... ...Louis Froboft
Mr. Godesby. ........ .Morgan Wallace
Jordon .........Earl Williams
Leonard.................. .Ralph Bell
Servant TL C Terls
Blanche Sterling........ .Lucia Moore
Miss Godesby. Eleanor Gordon
Clara Hunter ... Virginia Biissac
Miss SiUerton Eleanor Haber
Mrs. Hunter Christie McLean
Miss Ruth Hunter Laura Adams
Jessie Hunter ....Marlon Barhyte
Thompson..... ...Irene Ambrose
Marie............. Marie Gordon
By A. A. G.
Even those who have seen Amelia Bing
ham nlay "The. Climbers" can have no
quarrel with the members of the Belasco
clock, tonipiuiy. ine periurcnanca Riven i simltz. Los Angeles: Jonn uinty ana wire,
by that splendid organization last night s Francisco: W. Gordon Campbell, Gold
... . . . . . ., field: J. R. Blanch ard. San Francisco; J.
will stand the most exacting comparison KesfohL Qulncy. I1L: G. J. Gessllng and
with any ever given of Clyde Fitch's j
irreat drama of eocictv. I
That prolific playwriter struck 12 when
he gave us "The Climbers." It possesses
the quality of being clever without Inan
lty, and cleverness Is a greatly abused ,
term. It has dramatic Intensity without
ever becoming grandiloquent, and for
these two excellent Innovations let us
give thanks and lift our hats to Fitch. :
He deserves a modicum of deference.
The piece was wisely selected as a ve
hicle for the Belasco players, though It
was a brave thing to attempt.
The really great opportunities in It are
given to Lucia Moore and John Salnpolls,
for the author did not make a showy
man of Warden, the decent lover, though
he Is a great, strong one.
Amelia Bingham would better com
mence looking over her supply of laurels.
for Lucia Moore gives a performance of
Blanche Sterling, the wife of a thief.
which squares up with every requirement.
We are only just discovering that a great
actress has come to live In Portland.
"The Climbers" will do much to bring
that Intelligence In unto us.
She has the right viewpoint, which is
half the battle, and she has tempera
ment, voice, face and genius, which latter
are the other half.
It Is a great pleasure to see her play.
and I stake my reliability on her merit.
The leading man In a play like "The
Climbers" is not altogether happily cast.
He can't do just -what he would like with
out making his part a consummate scoun
drel, and so he must stand In the back
ground and do the next best thing.
Eugene Orroond succeeds in doing this
so well that one Is convinced he is an
actor of unusual ability. His New War
den Is a human being, albeit a much
nobler and more conscientious one than
we are wont to meet.
There was a new member of the cast In
large evidence last night in the person
of Eleanor Gordon, who has naturalness
and sincerity as a chief stock In trade.
Incidentally, she is stunning In good
clothes, but that is incidental. Her recep
tion by the audience was evidence enough
that she Is going to be well liked here.
The appearance of Marlon Barhyte with
the company was an agreeable surprise,
for the friends of that promising young
actress, and her work added to their pride
Other members of the cast were unl-
fnmlr mnA. Tt Ik (lnlru1t to understand
how th mannirement can afford the lux-
ur' of New Tork productions, but I sup
irv of ptt TnrV Tvrwirtinn nut T jtnn-
pose Fred Belasco knows what he is
a.oouu juo suno wwojcii
last night will rve as modistes' models
here for many a day. while the scenery
a i. i 1.- .i ..... n
conceived noUons of what Is required In
such premises. The second act last night
must have cost most as much as the an
nex to the Government building, and it
looked every cent's worth. But why
should we care? Let us rather be glad.
"The Climbers" will be repeated every
night, with customary matinees, until
next Monday. Go and see it, friends. It
They Quit Far East Committee.
ST. PETERSBURG. June 5. Minis
ter of the Interior Boullgan and Ad
miral Alexieff, nead of the committee
of the Far Bast, have tendered their
resignations, which the Shnperor has
AT THE HOTELS,
The rortlaad-H. E. Elliott. New York;
F. W. Thompson. San Francisco: W. H.
Troupe and wife. New York; J. Rosen
field. Chicago: A. P. Clifford and wife. Grand
Forks: Mrs. F. B. Hilton. Seattle; G. Sch lick
man. Cincinnati. O.; C F. Scott. New York;
G. N. Pearsall. Chicago; R. Rosenthal, New
York: E. L. Lomax. Omaha.; G. Gardiner.
S. T. Booth. San Francisco; T. H. Ccrtlsa.
Astoria; C S. Lavecke. New Tork; O. Xop-
hunter and wife. San Francisco; C Adler,
F. H. Johnson. E. HIghton, San Francisco:
H. T. Green. Los Angeles; A. G. D. Kennell
and wife. San Francisco: L. King. New York;
G. J. Halch and wife. San Francisco; B. V.
Woodward, Chicago; S. A. Baker. Pittsburg;
C. A. Blanch and wife. Mrs. O. J. Hum
phrey. Mrs. J. G. Lelbald. San Francisco; C
E. Loss. New York: V. R. Silter. J. J. Fuqua.
El Paso. Tex.; C. W. Jenkins, Saa Francisco;
B. H. Flsk and wife. Chicago; G. F. Glaaer.
Denver: W. R. Bacon and wife, Los An
geles; F. Haskln. A. L, Lemming. Boston;
Mrs. M. Sommer and children. Welser; A. J.
O'Brien. San Francisco; C E. Stone, St.
Paul; S. G. Yerkes. Seattle; G. H. Rae and
wife. St. Paul: N. Mc P. Rutherford. Walla
Walla; D. P. Owen. Minneapolis; J. A.
Schott, D. Cornier. San Francisco; R. O.
Stauber. St. Joseph. Mo.: E. F. Blewltt.
H. P. Helpr and wife. Scran ton. Pa,; R.
Hannah, Fergus Falls; C II. Fairer. Hono
lulu: D. Hislop and wife. Miss W. HUIop.
Colonel W. R. Luesberrr and wife. San
Francisco; Mrs. P. J. Fransole. Tacoaa; Miss
E. Thomas. Seattle; W. H- Hernsteln. New
York; & A Boulten. Lewis ton; J. S. Steele.
Cincinnati. O. : G. C. Goald. J. A. Gould and
wife. F. W. Keen and wife. Seattle: W. J.
Knox and wife. Vancouver. W. H. Bousere.
The rerklns Mrs. J. W. Harris. Miss Har
ris. Stella. Neb.; Mrs. L. J. Blrdseye. Mrs.
J. Daniel, Spokane: A, Aulback, Murray,
Idaho: D. H. Malone. Kelso. Wash.; Miss
May Hopkins. SL Paul; Katie Brown. E. M.
Hopkins, Seattle; A. A. Tanbench. Gold Hill;
J. J. Hohman. J. M, Graw. Seattle; H.
Elliott. Dundee; R. T. Nebacker. Los An
geles; R. C. Hubbard. W. L. Wright. Port
land; Blanch Sargent, C. H. Young, Chicago;
George F. Monetor. V. X. Perry, Coqullle:
L. Sancerbow. Seattle: R. Walter, aiarsn
wife. Hood River: M Samson. Ashland; L.
A. Bush. Riverside; II C. McCulloeb. El
Paso. Tex.; James Stewart and family. M. (
! TV Rnrtnor 'MMlnnvllle: It Tvler. Los AH'
geles; G. W. Freeman. Spokane; M. S.
Gllbranten. city; J. W. Riches, M. J. Karft,
Sllverton; R. E. HIbler, Seattle; C. S. Frank
and wife, Eugene; W. M. Goren and wife.
Eugene: J, G. Smith and family. Sllverton;
Bertha Fox, Falls City; C. G. Hlbbard.
Dallas: F. C. Graham and wife. Astoria:
j G. F. Brown and wife. Dallas: J. A. Crowo
; and wife. West Lake; C. C. Brown. Castle
Rock: Mrs. G. Moore. G. Moore, Jr., Jew
York: Thomas Rader. Spokane: W. Hop-
kins. Olympla; C. W. Knapp and wife. Jan-
sen. Neb.; P. B. Ewlng. Orange. la.: 8. M. ,
aiattnews, t;urexa: i. juaioy wu -.
Aoeraeen; urace ureenoaoKs.
Nina Lewis. Olympla; G. A, wagoner, tr
vailts: Mrs. a B. Brown. Mrs. Holmes. Dal
las; Mrs. Pomeroy. Independence: B. F.
Jones. Toledo: C. Webster and wife. Ka
lama; R. Jones. Grangevllle: Mrs. J. F. Co
letto. North Powder: R. J. Grim. Moro: H.
Larsen, Chicago; William Morrison and fam
ily. Moro; F. E. Everett and wife. lone; Mrs.
J. W. Goodman. Huntington; J. L. Ellwood.
Tygh Valley; A. J. Hopkins. Heppner; F. D.
Wilson. Chlco; J. C Nelson. W. T. Melty.
Blckelton; A Thomson and wife. Chicago;
A. Everton. Barney May. Grant's Pass; M.
D. ElUs. F. A EIUs. Dallas. Or.; A F. Con
lln. Falls City; S. Sehurman. Oakland. CaL;
D. Mode and wife. A. Strachn and wife. R.
n Butler and wife. L. M. Smith and wife.
G. W. Otlx and wife. Mrs. Mary Vander
poll. Mrs. H. C. Dodfis. J. W. Moore. M.
Warner and wife. Miss Maude Smith. Dufur;
J H. Roland. Guy Roland. Jefferson; Mrs.
F. C. Ferguson. Mr. W. P, Baldwin. Salem;
G. M. Morrow and wife, J. R. Gill and wife.
The Imperial Bob Caldwell, city: L. Lln
germaa, Seattle; C. F. McKalght, Marsha eld;
H. Wilson and wife, Oakland; W. F. Shields
and wife. Los Angeles: J. H. Beeman and
wife. Gold Hill: G. J. Bum. Spokane; T. O.
Evans. Pittsburg; D. A. Water and wife.
San Francisco; L. J. Palmatetr, HUlsbOro:
O. Hardy and wife. Freno; H. B. Wlldy and
wife. San Diego; J. F. Smith. A. J. Adams.
Klrby; J. W. Bowers. Whitney. Mrs. D. S.
Snodgrass. Salem; O. W. Gregg. Canyon City:
H. J. Gregg. John Da)'; W. 11. Fleming and
wife. Mountain Home; J. M. Keen, Medford;
W. Goodyear and wife. Starbuek; MI Con.
O. Croat Ooeur d'Alese; W. M. Nelson.
PltUburr; C. W. Abbott, Medford: G. B.
Mllloy and wife. Mill City: C. H. Park and
wife. Salem; G. W. Dixon, Eugene. J. W.
Hope. J. C Kslley. E. J. Genre!. Water; H.
L. Fen ton and wife. Carl Fen ton. Dallas; E.
j Louis; E. F. Pernot. CsrvallU; Mm. L. Damon.
i Mrs. J. N. Jonea. Mra. W. H. Walker. In
dianapolis: Mrs. J. S. Gray. Gardiner; Mlos
Harriett Moses. Memphis; R. N. Donseliy
J and wife. Richmond. Mrs. G. O. Butler. Foa-
I all; R. E. Wright and wife, Richmond; H.
; D. Humphrey and wife, U. & A.: J. F.
i Weaver. Hood River; M. H. Noble. YamhlU;
. r eKinner. iuresa; u. u. James. Detroit;
I G. F. Moyer. San Francisco: P. G. Bergman.
I MM Spokane; H. L.
ouni axxj wiie. auace.
The St. Charles E. T. Perkins. lone: B. H.
K. S. Cox. S. IL Cox. Hardman- Ilirr-r T?m-
' netr, Tellda; Ace Church and wife; .Mrs. S.
1 axer. asra. w. a. Wright. Mrs. Salll
I Miller. Turner: E. L Stncr. rtarvaiHe str
j f.' &ttJFlZ
Slmpson. Arlington; A D. Little and wife.
Miss Little. Lincoln; W. T. Mahet and son.
Dayton: John J. Plante. James Smith.
U. S. A; O. F. Overhulse. Olympla; A. J.
Lane. Eufaala; O. IL Prince, D. RehllU
Toledo: Mrs. A Clayton: W. G. Glezan tan
ner. Walla Walla: E. Andrew; J. D. McDon
ald. Daiua. or.; W. T. Woods. Elms. Wash.:
Sherman Turner. Dayton. Or.; C. A. Han-
cock. Keuo. wasn.; f. stohL Treka. CaL:
J. Ehlbeck; J. W. Pomeroy and wife. Elyria
O.: Mrs. L. Adkl&s. St. Louis; M. R. Mor
gan, lone; D. H. Sturtevant, A Downs. E.
Heney. H. Stuff eL George W. Tree: L. B.
Zlemer. Tillamook; Miss Ethel Hall, Miss
Ansa. 4 ox nan. x. x. ueaeocic. ewberr:
George Fraxer. Eugene; F. J. Trainer. Jack
Albert, son Hayden. Joe Houghton; G. E.
Holland. Canada; J. CrandalL R. Short: J.
L. Bartlett, city: C M. Bonney, Hubbard;
a. it. rrencn; w- at- Brown, Forest Grore:
Arthur A, Ross, will lain H. Glover. B. R,
Short, Eureka; William Smith. Austin.
Minn.; John A Fanning. Eureka. CaL: Fred
G. Conley, Pendleton; C S. Clark. Van.
couver: A. H. Chambers. San Francisco;
Mrs. F. Fallea. Falles Landing: G. W. Eld
and wife. St, Joseph. Mo.; W. W. Plum and
wife. Salem; Madge Meredith. Mrs. C B.
Jlllson. Napa. CaL; N. C Maris. Rural Snlrlti
Henry Gresham, Pearl Turner. J. H. J arris
and wife. Bertha. Ryxsal; Z. N. Seelye. Cen
tralis; H. A Walker. Leona Lacey; E. P.
Riffle, U. s. A.; 7. s. Tyier and wife. Mar.
The Oergm. B, N. Sa&c, St,.XasU: Mrs.
R. X. Bode. Nw Terk; Mrs. C Lapsley. A.
C. Burdlck. Seattle: R. E Shepherd. Austin.
Minn.; L. F. Easton, Lacrosse, Wis.; B.
Page. Hongkong; F. C Collins, C B.
Blether. Seattle; J. P. Kerstlno. Chicago:
Arnold V. Dahlberg. Minneapolis; William
C. Clotton and wife. San Francisco; Carl S.
Hotallng and wife. Los Angeles; J. H. Hill.
Junction City: F. R. Whitcomb. Seattle: S.
O. Starr. Junction City; M. E. Ulmer. Rob
ert Rosenthal. New York; Herman W.
Behrens. Los Angeles.
Tacema Hotel. Tacoraa.
American plan- Rates. 33 and up.
Hotel Deaaelly. Tacema.
First-class restaurant in connection.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. June 5. Maximum tempera
ture. 62 deg.; minimum. 33. River reading
at 11 A, it., 10.5 feet; change In past 24
hours, rise. 0.5 of a foot. Total precipitation.
5 P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.07 of an Inch; total
Cnt 1 1 V I 1 1 lt.,1.... nor
mal, 4i.r0 Inches: deficiency. 12.S4" Inches.
Total sunshine June 4. 1SKW, 15 minutes;
possible. 15 hours and 34 minutes. Barom
eter (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M.. 30.13.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Baker City I5S!
0.01 1 4 IX Cloudy
HUm arc K
0.00 8iK Clear
0.00 8INW JClear
Kamloops, B. C....I7S
North Head 56
Pocatello. ......... .;5S
Red Bluff !S20.00
Gal, T .V. n '
Tatoosh Island 51 T
-WmlUx Walla iTOlO.O'
.154 T I
Showery weather has con tinned during the
last 24 hours In the North Pacific States.
while In California the weather has been
The temperature Is slightly below normal
In nearly all sections of the Pacific North
The annual rise in the Columbia. River has
begun. The Willamette at Portland wilt con
tinue to rise about half a foot a day for the
next several days, reaching a stage of 11
feet Tuesday. 1L5 feet Wednesday and about
12.1 feet Thursday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S
hours ending at midnight, June 6:
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy with
probably ahowers. westerly winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Orrine- Is the only perfectly successful
cure for the liquor habit the world has
ever known. It is better than Institutes
or sanitariums, because it is used a:
home and does not Interfere with the
dally work: better than will-power, be
cause It never falls. It strengthens the
nerves and gives good appetite, regu
lates digestion and makes you sleep like
Orrine No. 1 will cure the hardest
drinker and destroy his craving for
drink without his knowledge, as it can
be given secretly In tea, coffee or food.
Orrine No. 2 in pill form Is for those
who wish to be cured. The cost of
either is 31 per box. Orrine has the
Indorsement of ministers and physl
clans. It Is the one remedy for the
llqudr habit that can be relied upon
to cure at little expense and restore
the drunkard to perfect vigor of man
hood. Write to the Orrine Company.
Inc.. Washington, D. C, for book on
"Drunkenness," sent free In plain en
velope. Call on Wooeard, Clarke
Co., Portland. Or.
M mam, Me to Me JUstk.
Ju CANXAXLLA CQ. Vsksw. Ta. Tie,
Fifth and Washington Streets
Rooms, fl.ee to M-M Per Day
AccerdJag ta Locallea.
3. T. DAYXES. Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
EarepeaB Plaa Reese S0c ta $I.5S
First-Class Rcataaraat la Ceaaecttea
m ESMOND TO
OSCAK ANDERSON. Manager I
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bus to and from all trains ' J
Rates Ux 75c to $3.00 Per Day :
Partly cloudy with occasional showers.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho Partly cloudy with rising tempera
ture. A. B. WOLLABER.
Correct flothes for Hen
are, in every detail, a
full season ahead of
The makers' guarantee, and cars,
with every garment. We are ex
clusive agents here.
311 Morasa St, pp. &e PeUfica
l-lll CiWnh kstliM Uttsrs is a. rreat
irrre, famfarxtor aad nerrtac The aostwwnIw hi
S3ceeeacaa special taste toe the jemlof xaas
of both sests. Tim Mesicaa laaedy far diseases of
thtVdacrtta&iliaMtr. Selh oa K m mi nil.
NAB EX. ALFS & BRUNE. Azoit
SSMsfkeCSu Sb Fraaduco. Scad (at dtcIe.
For sale Tsy all dzuggists or Uqaor dealess.
Distributer - Allen &
First-Class Cheek Restsuraat
Casaected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec aad Trees.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Oilman's Auction Rooms, 413 Washing
ton LS at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman.
At Baker's Auction House, cor. Alder and
Park at. Sale at 10 o'clock. Geo. Baker
OREGON LODGER NO. 1. K. OF P.. meet
tonight at K. of P. Hall, Marquam bWg.
Esq. rank work. Visiting Knights cordially
Invited. EUGENE D. DOWLING. C. C
E. D. CURTIS. K. of R. and S.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. 1. L O. O.
?Z?5pSci&Jaty,i!C (Tuesday) evening.
June 6. IOCS at 8 o'clock. Oddfellows' Tem
ple, comer First and Alder ots. Royal Pur
ple degree. Visitors especially welcome
E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
A. & A. S. RITE. OREGON
LODGE OF PERFECTION. NO.
1 Regular meeting in Memorial
Hall, Scottish Rite Cathedral,
this evening at 8 o'clock, fol
lowed by rehearsal of 32d de
&re. By order
HALL OF PORT INDUS LODGE. NO 57
D. OF H. Members take notice Election of
officers and question of Grand Lodge session
will come up at thte meeting; June 7.
ANNA E. M'CRAY, C of H.
Attest: J. R, MANN, Recorder.
mi F-" The seneral relief committee
will meet at the Temple. First and Alder
streets, at 10 6'clock A. M. to conduct the
funeral of our late brother. William Nodlne
fE?m Fln5ey chapel at 10:S0 A. ir. today
tTuesday). By order J. a JAMISON.
HENRY BROWN, Sec Pres.
PAPAS In this city. June i. 1805 Peter
Papas, aged 23 years. Funeral notice later.
",,SA.ER-'ln thIs on Jane 5. 1805.
William A. Wagner, aged 39 years. Fu
neral announcement later.
NODINE Friends and acquaintances are re-
IDectfUlIv Invited tn urt.rtrl ,,. r.. t
services of Marcus Nodlne. which will be
ueiu. nx Timcj-u cnapet at iu:ao A. M. to
day. Interment. Greenwood Cemetery.
KELLOGG At residence. 2854 Everett et..
June 4. 1603. Mrs. Nellie Kellogg, aged 35
years. Funeral will take- place from Duna
Icg. McEntee & Gilbaugh's Chapel. 7th and
Pine sts.. Wednesday. Jane 7. at 8:45 A.
M.. thence to the cathedral. 15th and Davis
sts.. at 9 A. M. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Friends Invited.
DUNNING, McENTEE GTL8AUGK.
saccecaors to Draalsc A CtaraJoa, uaier
fakers aad erabalsaera, modera Ib every de
tail, 7th aad Pise. Phoaa Main 4M. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO Uadertakera aad
eaa&aljBers, have asoved te their sew hulld
Third aad Salne. lady ntslitaaf.
Xeleawo No. M7.
T. T. FINXXY Jt SON, Fraeral Directors,
eor. 3d aad Msdfaoa. Offcs of Ceaaty Cer
oaer. lady aaslctaat. Teleykeae No. 9.
T. S. DUNNING, Uadertaker, 41t ast
Alder. Lady aMMaat. Teleasoao Scat J2.
ZZIXXX-SYRNXS CO.. UNDERTAKERS,
Kmaslmors. S73 ltaa'1; East 1694; lady aa't.
31 Warcter Mek
Irtats wwk, Stnmt aad yeriiHsaal asdMa.
. m yrK 11,
(Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th and "Wash
TONIGHT ALL WEEK
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Second "Week Belasco Stock Company.
Presenting- tor the First Time at Popular
CLYDE FITCH'S GREATEST PLAY.
Prices Evening. 15 to 75c; matinee. 15 to 50c
NEXT WEEK. "ARE YOU A MASON?
The Great Comedy Success.
Marquam Grand Theater i&?8Z
PHONE MAIN S6S
Morrison Street, . between 6th and 7th.
Tonight and Every Night This Week, Special
Price Matinee Saturday.
THE CHARMING ACTRESS.
The Revolutionary Drama.
"A ROMANCE OF '76."
Prices SI. 75c. 50c. 35c. 25c.
Seats are now selling.
Twelfth and Morrison.
MILTON TV. SEAMAN. Resident Manager.
Matinee every day at 2:15. One evening
performance 8:15. Empire Stock Company.
ADMISSION U CENTS
All this week the biggest laughing success
of the season
Every line a laugh. Every scene & scream.
6 ARABS 6
5 RENEE FAMILY 5
JUVENILE ROUGH RIDER
. DOUGLASS & FORD. CeaiediaM
TKACIE MORROW. Vocalist
EDDIE ERNIE. Heaoaede
MELZTER SISTERS. Rainbow Dao
JOE BONNER. Pictured Seas
GRANDISCOFE. "THE BIGAMIST"
General admission 10c Evening. Sunday.
holidays Few front seats, lower floor. 20c
Dally matinees 10c.
9 GREAT ACTS 9 COUNT THEM!
3 JUGGLING JORDAN'S 3
The World's Most Seasatioaal Club Jagglers
StAtiUKU'S liUAXS LXD UUUS.
RAY OGDEN CO.
SUMMERS AND WINTERS.
APPLEBY. LA BASS.
FERLE AND DIAMANT.
"Tom. Tom, The Piper's Sob."
ADMISSION 10c; few reserved. 20c.
BAKER THEATER TAut
HOME OF GOOD ATTRACTIONS.
KEATING &. FLOOD. Managers.
ZANZIBAR B LAN CHARD & ALLMAN
MISS ALFRETTA. BUNT BROTHERS
BIOGRAPH BASES'S ORCHESTRAL
Performances, 2:30. 7:30 and 9 F. M.
AdmlseJoa. Tea Ceata to aay seat.
Lewisand Clark Observatory
HAWTHORNE TERRA CX
Now cr a. Take Portland Heights ear aad s
oS at Hawthorse Terrace, ese block fresa eac
line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Vast taarnlflceat view In Aaterlea. Se
fetautlful effect of powerful scarcallgat
too of tower. Ope 9 A. M. ta 9 P. Jt
ADMISSION. 19 CENTS.
Rose Ey tinge
Universally recognized by theatrical aaa
arers as the leading Instructor In stars
work, prepares pupils In elocution for
stage, pulpit, platform or society. Aply.
personally or by letter. Fhone Main
261 Thirteenth St
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR A PRCTICIj
brewer to buy la as a partner In fine
equipped plant selling about 2000 barrels;
particulars W 27, Oregonlan.
For Sale A new 5-room cottage, all con
veniences, full 'cement basement, streets
A very desirable location.
Convenient to two trolley lines.
Terras will be given.
The Oregon Real Estate Co,
884 Third St, Boom 4.
California -"Bliss Lands"
Saull farms for settlers, 9M0 aerea o irri
gated Iaad ia 30-aero farms at 999 to 17 per
acre ae-fesrth caah. Reached fey SeatlMra.
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Tulare. City. 2 miles from 2 Use Laaac
AlfalSz, cers, grala. claa frulta, v
tabiea, hoc, dairy cattle thrive. Beotdet foa
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