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THE HORXIXGr OREGOXIAN, FBEDAT, JUNE 23, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OXEGONIAJPS TELETHONES.
Counting-Room ............ ......Main 667
Managing Editor. ................ .Main 63C
Sunday Editor.... Main 6233
City Editor. Main 166
Society Editor .....Vain 6235
Compto sine-Room ...........Main 685
.Superintendent Building .Bed 2S26
East Side Office .....East 61
MARQUAM GRAND (Moniwn, bet, 6th And
7th) Evening at 6:15, Barney Bernard, In
3BEX.ASCO THEATER (14th and "Washington)
Evening at 8:15, "When Knighthood Waa
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Evening at 8:15. Mrs. Flske In "Leah
GRAND THEATER fPark and -Waohlnrton)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10 -JO P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30, 7:30, 8 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (3d and Tainhlll) Contin
uous vaudeville, 2:30, 7:30 and S P. M.
RECREATION PARK (24th and Vaughn)
At 3:30 P. M, baseball. Portland vs.
THE OEEGONIAX AT THE SUMMER
RESORTS. The Oregonlan will be delivered
by carrier and trill be on sale at the prin
cipal points on Lone Beach, at Seatlde and
Yaqulna Bay throughout the coming seven.
It will also be on sale at Gearbart Park,
Nye Creek. Wilhoit. CoUins Hot Sprints and
St. Martin's gprlajts (Carson, UTaah.).
Orders by mall trill receive careful attention.
All mail subscriptions must be paid for In
Certified as Eligible. John G. Han
sen, Ospo Hallowell and A. J. Powell
have been certified to the superintendent
of. the waterworks by the Civil Service
Commission as eligible for appointment
as inspectors to fill vacancies in the de
partment caused by the creation of two
additional inspectors for the Bast Side
and one for tho West Side. A. G. Roberta
and A. C. Oliver have been certified to
the City Engineer as ellglbles for the po
sition of chalnman. A. H. Bauman. James
8. Thomas, Harry H. Basslndale and
Peter J. Skaale have been certified to the
superintendent of the water worxs as ellg
lbles for positions as gatemen. F. C
Rlhtig has been transferred from the po5l
tlon of watchman In the water depart
ment to that of gateman.
Charles J. Bishop Resists Arrest.
A bench warrant was issued by Municipal
Judge Hogue for the arrest of Charles J.
Bishop, yesterday afternoon. Bishop Is
manager for the E. Spencer Company,
manufacturers of shirts, at 123 Tenth
etreet. License Inspectors McEachorn and
Hutchinson placed him under arrest in
his establishment, charging him with
failure to pay his occupation tax. He re
sisted, and had to be brought to police
headquarters by force. He failed to ap
pear In court yesterday when his case
was called. Deputy City Attorney Fitz
gerald then asked that a bench warrant
"Want East 5idb Depot. The general
committee appointed to formulate a plan
of action for getting a depot on the East
Side will hold a meeting tomorrow after
noon at i at the office of Justice Walde
mar Scton, corner Union avenue and East
"Washington street. This committee Is
composed of the following, having been
somewhat enlarged: Joseph Buchtel, Dr
C. II. Raffety. H. H. NewhalU A. W.
Lambert, W. E. Splcer, E. M. Brannlck,
Whitney L. Bpioe. V. B. Hall. Edward
Renfer, L. E. Trent. V. C. Dunning. Dan
Kellahcr. TV. H. Markell. TV. 11. Little.
Joseph Paquct and Joseph Supple.
Three Conventions Scheduled. De
tails are being arranged for the National
convention of the National American
Woman Suffrage Association, which meets
in Portland, June 27 to July 4. The an
nual convention of the American Library
Association begins July 2 and extends un
til July 8. and the convention of the
American Medical Association follows on
July 11 and continues until July 14. Dele
gates to all these conventions are expect
ed to begin arriving in Portland within
the next week.
Shocked dt Telephone. H. H. Rld
dell. an attorney, living at 19 East Nine
teenth street North, while undertaking to
use the telephone in his home Wednes
day evening, received an elctric shock
that rendered him unconscious for an hour,
and ho was severely burned on one side
of his face. The marks of the burn on
the side of his face were plainly visible
yesterday, but he had recovered from the
effects of the shock.
Sam Bino Is Married. Dr. Dav Raffety
yesterday received a letter from Sam
Blng, a well-known Chinese who left for
China six months ago, announcing that
he had settled down in Canton and was
married. Blng worked in Portland for 23
years or more, accumulating a fortune.
He wants all his old Portland friends to
know that he has married. Blng was
something over 60 years old when he left
Portland for China.
Captain McMillen Remains in Cau-roiOTA.-Captain
J. H. McMillen, well
known Oregon pioneer, who married and
went to California on a wedding trip with
his wife several months ago. has decided
to make his home In Los Angeles. His
wife Is now In Portland on a visit. Cap
tain McMillen has disposed of all his
property in McMlllen's Addition, and pur
chased a home in Los Angeles, where he
will hereafter reside.
Dies Suddenlt. Mrs. Temperance R.
Blottenbergcr died quite suddenly
Wednesday night at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Paquet, 112 East
Twelfth street. Mr. and Mrs. Paquet
were away at their farm at the time.
Mrs. Blottenbergcr was 76 years old. The
funeral will tako place this afternoon at
3 o'clock from the residence.
Entertained at Mubicale. A musical
evening was given by the New York
State Society In Elks' Hall. Marquam
building, Wednesday evening, and many
New Yorkers attended. The contribu
tors to the entertainment were Miss Alice
Dougherty. Miss Ethel Beharrell and Mrs.
W H. Heppe. and Mrs. William Marshall
and Mrs. Martin Doty.
Qdarter Block Changes Hands. The
quarter block on the northwest comer of
Grand avenue and East Alder street, oc
cupied by the East Side Bank and other
firms, has been sold to E .A. Baldwin by
A W. Ocobock. The purchase price is
reported to have been J15.CO0. Mr. Baldwin
now owns more than one-half of this
Trains Are Delated. Delay of the in
coming and outgoing trains on the South
ern Pacific and O. R. & N. railroads yes
terday morning was caused by derailment
of a switch engine at the east end of the
steel bridge. The engine had crossed
from the West Side when a tire from one
of the drlvewheels broke.
Summer Schedule. Commencing Satur
day, June 24. the A. & C. R. R. train, due
to leave Portland at 7 P. M. for Astoria
and Intermediate points will leave at 2:30
P. M. and run through to Seaside. There
"will bo no evening train to Astoria on Sat
urdays until further notice.
Charged With Assault. Daniel Har
ris was arrested yesterday by Constable
A D. Keenan on a warrant from the
East Side Justice Court on a charge of
assault and battery on A. Thomas. The
trial will take place this morning at 9
Steamship "Alliance" sails from
Couch-street dock for Coos Bay only and
return, Friday night, June 23. at S. F. P.
Baumgartner, Agent. Main fL
A Snap. Good 10 per cent income-bearing
property. West Side, good location:
can be handled with small amount of cash.
Address N 64. Oregonlan.
Announcement The new Aune Photo
graph Gallery now open at the Columbia
building, corner "West Park and Washing
ton. Take elevator.
River Excursions. 35 miles for 5 eta.
New steamer Gazelle leaves Stark street,
passing warships. 10 A. M.. 2:80. SP.M.
The Calumet Restaurant, lO Seventh.
Fine luncheon. 25c: dinner. EOc
Help Wanted. In ironing and, mangle
room. Union Laundry Co.
Tanner's Picnic, Rohae's Park. Ads. 13c
Teaches Children to Love Nature. .
Miss Bertha Chapman, superintendent' of
nature work in the public schools of
Oakland. CaL, addressed the Home Train
ing Association yesterday afternoon, tell
ing the members -of this organization of
the great value, from an Instructive and
refining standpoint, of teaching children
to love nature. The children of Ihe schools
in which Mies Chapman teaches have
displayed such Interest and enthusiasm In
gardening which is considered the basis
of nature work, that cases are frequent
where pupils work after dark by lantern
light or rise at 5 in the morning.
Posted as Deserters. Ten men
posted as deserters from the flagship Chi
cago, now in this port, are being looked
for by the local police. Ten more are
mlesing, but have not yet been posted as
deserters. One was taken into custody
by Patrolman Patton. and will be returned
to the flagship today. Three deserters
from the cruiser Marblehead, arrested by.
the police recently, have also been taken
aboard the Chicago.
Hand Mangled in Machine. John
Oliver, an employe of the Fairbanks,
Morse & Co, exhibit in the Transportation
building at the Exposition, had his right
hand severely mangled yesterday after
noon at 5 o'clock by its being drawn into
a piece of machinery. Oliver was taken
to the emergency hospital, where his
hand was operated upon. It is not
thought that amputation will be neces
sary. Reference Department to Clofe.
The reference department of the public
library will be closed Friday and Satur
day, June 23 and 24, In order to move the
books from the first to the second floor.
S. C. BEC'KWITIl. EASTERN REPRESENTATIVE OF THE OEEGOXIAN AND
ritBSrOEXT OF THE S. C BECKWITH SPECIAL AGENCY, NEW YORK,
WHO WAS KILLED IN TWENTIETH CENTCKY WRECK.
On and after Sunday, June 2S, the refer
ence department may be found In the
Ella Smith memorial room, on the second
floor of the library building.
Members, Attention. All members of
the Order of Washington, as well as all
former members of the Order of Lions,
are requested to attend the meeting of
Home Union. No. 1. In Auditorium Hall,
this (Friday) evening and witness the
Initiation of a class of new members by
Myrtle Union degree staff. Visiting mem
bers cordially Invited.
New Salvation Armt Province. The
local Salvation Army headquarters has re
ceived announcement that a new province
has been created, with headquarters in
Portland. The new province will include
Oregon. Washington. Idaho and Montana.
Hitherto this territory has been attached
to the California province.
Arrested for Larcent. Burnett Rich
ardson, a young man who has spent two
years In the Oregon Penitentiary, was ar
rested yesterday by Detectives Carpenter
and Reslng, charged with the larceny of
$75 from a local restaurant. He denies
the charge. He Is locked up in the City
Surrenders Jewelt.t. The Jewelry
that it was charged Madame Ruff stole
from an Oakland woman some weeks ago
was turned over to the local agency of
the Plnkcrtons yesterday by Chief of Po
lice Hunt. Madame Ruff Is still among
Temple Beth Israel. Dr. Stephen S.
Wise will speak tonlgbt at S o'clock at
Temple Beth Israel on "Some Lessons of
the" Passing War and the Promised
To War Ships, take launches foot of
Feast of Corous Chrlbtl.
The solemn celebration of the great
feast of Corpus Cbristl will be celebrated
by the Dominican Fathers and the mem
bers of their male choir of Holy Rosary
Church, Union avenue and Clackamas
street, on Sunday, with grwt solemnity.
The altars will be magnificently deco
rated, under the supervision of Mrs. Corry
and Miss Lizzie Healy.
The masses will be at the usual hours,
. T and S30. and tbe solemn high mass,
followed by the procession in honor of the
most blessed sacrament at 30:30 A. M. The
last mass will be celebrated by the Very
Rev. Father A. S. Lawler. O. P., assisted
by Rev. Father H. S. Shaw. O. P., as dea
con; the Rev. Father J. D. O'Brien, O. P.,
as subdeacon. The latter will also deliver
the sermon on the occasion. This will be
thq last time during the Summer months
that this noted choir of male voices will
sing, except on the feast day of St. Dom
inic. August 4. as the choir will go to en
Joy Its well-deserved annual -vacation.
Sveer Beys Quarter Block.
Charles Sweeny, of Spokane, yester
day bought of the Catholic Church,
'through Rountree & Diamond, the quar
ter block on the northeast corner of
Third and Stark streets, for $125,000. This
was the site on which formerly stood the
old CathedraL The quarter block ad
joining, on Third and Oak. was sold a
few weeks ago to the Portland Trust
Company of Oregon for $115,009.
Mr. Sweeny has now expended 5SSO.O30
In Portland real estate since last Fall,
and the building which he will erect on
the corner of- Seventh and Morrison will
bring the amount of capital Invested by
him here to over J1.000.O00.
MONT ROUGE WINES.
Try them when dining tonight. Biumautr
& Hock, distributors.
KILLED IN WRECK
Death of Oregonian's Eastern
S. C. BECKWITH, NEW YORK
His Name Among List of Fatalities
In Twentieth Century- Kail road
Accident 3 Ian of Ability
and Many Attainments.
S. C Beckwlth, who was killed In the
wreck of the Twentieth Century Limited
on the New York Central lines, Wednes
day night last, was the Eastern repre
sentative of The Oregonlan. with head
quarters in the Tribune building. New
York, and Tribune building, Chicago. He
was prominent among the big newspaper
men of America, he was a member of a
number of the loading New York clubs,
and he stood high both In the business
and social circles of the metropolis.
The following sketch f Mr. Beckwlth's
career was furnished by E. G. Jones,
a personal friend:
Mr. Beckwlth was a man of marked
ability. He was a Southerner by birth,
and a gentleman, both by Instinct and by
training. His father and one brother still
live on the estate, which was the family
home for many years antedating tho time
of the Civil War. This estate is In Mary
land, near the shore line of Chesapeake
Bay. Mr. Beckwlth was a man of the
broadest experience as a man of affairs.
He was a man of fine culture and a lib
eral education, and he perhaps onJoye3
the largest acquaintance among leading
newspaper men of any man In the United
Started at $30 a Week.
The connection of Mr. Beckwlth with
The Oregonlan dates back to March 14.
1K2. At that time he bad a small offica
in New York. He was then handling the
Eastern business of a few representative
papers, the most .prominent of which was
the Kansas City Times. The Incidents of
his early struggles in the New York field
have been made tbe subject of comment
by many of the leading newspapers of
America. His first assignment In New
York was given him by the business man
ager of the Kansas City Times, at a sal
ary of P0 a week. He was a man of great
initiative, tireless energy, boundless en
thusiasm over the possibilities of Individ
ual effort In any line, and he was essen
tially a leader among business men. He
not only "made good" In his work on the
Times, but his ability and his energy soon
claimed for him the recognition of many
of the leading publishers of the country.
One of tho first of the publishers of rep
resentative daily papers who were favor
ably Impressed with Mr. Beckwlth's work
was H. L. Pittock. of The Oregonlan.
Since 1S2 Mr. Beckwlth, and his Immedi
ate successor, the S. C. Beckwlth Special
Agency, have looked after the business in
terests of The Oregonlan in the Eastern
field, and The Oregonlan now occupies a
foremost position among the list of lead
ing papers handled by tbe Beckwlth
Through the efforts of S. C. Beckwlth
and his two brothers, who have been
closely associated with him. the business
of the S. C. Beckwlth Special Agency has
grown, until today this agency controls
the largest volume of newspaper adver
tising handled by any special agency of
New York. At the time Mr. Beckwlth
first took the agency of The Oregonlan.
he occupied quarters In a single room of
the Tribune building. His agency today
occupies all the front offices on the fourth
floor of the same building, facing Park
Row and City Hall Square. This Is In
one of the most crowded business dis
tricts of New York.
Rose to Commanding Position.
As the result of his Individual exer
tions alone. Mr. Beckwlth rose from the
position of his first humble assignment
in New York at & salary of CO a week
to a position of commanding importance
In the newspaper field of America. His
Individual income at the time of his death
probably equaled. If It did not exceed,
that of the President of the United States.
Among men with whom he has long been
closely associated are Joseph Pulitzer, of
the New York World and Si. Louts Post
Dispatch, and John R. McLean, proprie
tor of the Cincinnati Enquirer. He was
not a man of great wealth, after the
standards of New York wealthy men: ret
"his friends assume that his estate will
appraise at a value ranging from J30G.0CO
to 3.000,000. A considerable part of the
value of any business builded as the re
sult of Individual initiative and personal
effort rests In the control of the directing
head through, whose efforts success was
first attained; or at least in & continuance
of the same policy which was responsible
for the growth and development of such
a business. Mr. Beckwlth had reached a
point in life where- the future held out
promise of greater success even than he
had attained during his past 5 years of
activity in the Eastern' field. He was
about SO years of age, strong in all the
activity and vigor of mental and physical
manhood, and had he lived ten or 15 years
longer he would have made for himself a
place among the greatest business heads
In the newspaper field of America.
While the close business associates of
Mr. Beckwlth have suffered an irrepara
ble loss In his death, yet the business of
the S. C Beckwlth Special Agency is so
thoroughly organized, and its affairs are
so ably managed by the directing heads of
the many different departments, that it
is anticipated that the death of the senior
member of the corporation will cause but
little interruption to the future continued
grown of the business. At the head of
the New York office is J. T. Beckwlth,
who occupies the official position of sec-
rctary of the corporation. Mr. R. W.
Beckwlth, another brother, and vice
president of the corporation, has charge of
the Chicago headquarters. Both the New
Yerk manager and the Chicago manager
are men ot great ability and wide experi
ence, and it Is safe to assume that they
will conduct the business on the same
broad plan that was adopted by their
brother beforo them.
Mr. Beckwlth was a great lover of fine
horses, which ho used for driving only,
never having taken any interest in turf,
events. He was one of the most enthu
siastic automobllists of New York. and.
with his Imported French machine, he
was a familiar figure on the well-kept
highways on New York and New Jersey
most used for automoblllr.g. Mr. Beck
wlth owned his home, a fine residence on
West Seventy-fourth street. In one of the
best residence districts of the city. He
was extremely fend of home life, and
with his charming wife entertained lav
ishly. He leaves behind a widow with no
James B. Qalnn. 27; Mary R. Palmer, 30.
L. C Pease. So; Nellie C. MacMulIen. 2S.
J. O. Toole. 30. Stattl: Mry A. Evans. 45.
H. R. Allen. 27; Martha M. Ehmten. 27.
Alexander Gevurtz. 26: Sadie Miller. 23.
Nathan Sohn. 2S; Lillian Goldman. 22.
James R. Case, SI; Lyda Horn. 44.
Joseph E. Perrault. 39; Flora, O. Roberson,
A. Green. 34. Clark County. Washington;
Mary A. Smith. 2S.
At foot of Twenty-first street, Jan 20.
Peter Le Gac a. native of France. rM 33
j At North Pacific Sanatorium. Jane 10.
J Mrs. Mary A. Spears, a native ot Indiana
I aged 44 years. 2 months and 12 days,
j At Ballard, Wash.. Jena 10. Mr. Mary El
I ma Jotlyn, aged 30 years. 1 month and 13
J days. Remains brought to Portland for in-
N. O. Patterson, dwelling. East Alder, be
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets.
K G. Patterson, dwelling. Eaet Alder, be
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets.
Seaquest Bros., repair store. Sixth, between
Oak and Pine streets. $73.
Marshall Bros., one and one-half story
concrete dwelling. Multnomah street, near
Nineteenth. J 2000.
J A. Jones, dwelling, TVllour. and Burton
Mr Frank, repair store. First street, be
tween Tarn hi 11 and Taylor. J 300.
Real Estate Transfers.
Pacific Realty A. Investment Co. to M.
O. Torellcson. lots 11. 12. block 3.
Stewart Park 230
L. B. Chlpman and wlf to P. Howe.
lot 9, block 2. Chlpman's Addition
to St. Johns 331
M E. Swigert to G. Leer and husband.
lot 16. block 1. subd. tract. K. M.
Patton Tract 273
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to I. I
Pease, lot 14. block Cft, Sunnyslde
Third Addition -. 323.
II. W. Hoehle and wife to It- W.
Smith, west H A. Brown D. I. C.
sections 4. 3. township 1 north.
range 1 east, and other property .. 1
Oak Park Land Co. to II. W. Smith.
.203 acre in If. W. Smith Tract 1
tee U Trust Co.. tract A. Skyland. . 400
M. C. D&shlell and husband to T. I.
Simmons, lot 10. block 4. Highland 2.300
M. L. Holbrook and wife to J. Wilson,
lot S. block 8. St. Johns Park Ad
L. G. Plunder to P. H. Birth, lots
1 to 4 Inclusive, block 233. city ....100.000
r. H. Birth and wife to Security Sav
ing & Trust Co.. same 1
C. L. Fay to C. R. Fay. undivided H
lot 10. west 23 feet lot 11. block 2.
Johnson's Addition 3
I. A. Brown to C. Marks. lot 12. block
04. Sunnyslde Third Addition ..... 330
Security Savlnirs &. Trust Co. to J.
Johnson, south H lota 6. 7, block
7. Subd. Rlvervlew Addition 300
Hub Land Co. to J. M. Leach. Tract
20. Northern Hill Acres 330
A. C. Pike to May Horsefeldt. 70x30
feet beginning 100 feet east from
Intersection of north line of Main
with east line of 11th st I
HH1 Says He Did Not Beat Hart.
A report that Ned Hart was beaten
over the bead with a club by Patrolman
C B. Hill June S while In a state of
Intoxication is denied fay Hill and others
who saw the arrest made. Hill raid last
night. "I made the arrest with as little
force as possible. After Hart had struck
me I took hold of him and held him at
the office of the United Carriage Com
pany until the patrol arrived. There were
several men standing around who raw
the arrest and will testify that I did
not strike him. Some of the bystanders
helped me hold the fellow until the pa
trol arrived." Captain Moore said last
night that when the man was taken to
the station he did hot have a scratch on
airs. Ii. S. Alnsvrorth Dead.
A message has Just been received In this
city by Mrs. George J. AInsworth from her
eon, Lawrence S. AInsworth. at Paisley.
Or., telling of the sudden death ot his
wife. Charlotte Henley AInsworth. at that
place. June a. 1S05, at 11 o'clock P. M.
Mrs. AInsworth had been married less
than a year, and formerly lived at Berke
ley. Cal., where she graduated at the Uni
versity of California In the class of 1SOX
Nothing definite is known here of the
cause of her death as yet. Mrs. AIns
worth, the mother, leaves tonight to meet
her son, when they will return to this dty.
Taft Invited to Portland.
Secretary Taft, who Is to sail from
San Francisco for the Philippines July
S. accompanied by a representative
retinue, will be extended an earnest
Invitation to stop in Portland on his
way to the Bay City, and see the
sights. Yesterday Tom Richardson,
manager of the Commercial Club,
called upon Mayor Williams. President
Constipation and many other
infantile disorders are the re
sults of improper feeding. Give
yovt baby MeHin's Food and sec how
sickly infantile troubles disappear.
Scad for our book "The Care
Fecdkifj of Infants " sad we will send
k -with a sscapte of Mcllin's Food
free of cbarge.
ytlXa's 71 U tfc tKLY latkafe
74. wMta ree4rt tfce Craaa Fris.
Uh MtflMatawara ftke LifU&a Tmr
csuIshH1m. St-LswJs, HM. Uik
r ftkaa a M m4L
XELLDTS rOOO CO, SOfTOH, MASS.
Goode. the heads of commercial bodies
of Portland and other prominent sen.
to invite Taft here. "When Secretary
Taft's reply Is, received, if it be- Affirm
ative, elaborate preparations will be
made for & reception that will eclipse
anything of the Exposition year.
Among the women in tho Secretary's
party is Miss Alice Roosevelt, daugh
ter of the President.
LUNCHEON FOR THE LADIES
Tbe Tavern Caters Especially to
It has become" a popular fad to drop
Into the ladles' annex, of the Tavern for
luncheon In the afternoon. The most
fashionable ladies In Portland patronize
the Tavern while down town doing their
afternoon shopping. The ladles' annex Is
at 309 Alder street. Midday luncheon for
business men served dally from 11 A. M.
until IP. II. Theater suppers every night,
accompanied by a delightful concert by a
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restairant. fine, private apart
ments for parties. 305 "Wash., near Fifth.
"Watson's Restaurant, open night and
day; only first-class family restaurant in
the city. 103 Fourth street, near Wash
ington. Hotel Hamilton. San Francisco's newest
hotel. Steam heat and telephono In each
room. Centrally located. Rates. U and
upwards. 123 Ellis street.
To regulate the stomach, liver and bow
els and promote digestion, take one of
Carter's Little Liver Pills every night.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrofula, salt
rheum and all other troubles caused by
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
lbs Kind Ya Havs Always Bought
Dr. Clarence True Wilson
GRACE M. E. CHURCH
Is now the proud owner of
T,HE KING OF ALL
INTERIOR PIANO PLAYERS
Plays all the notes of the Piano
Melville Clark Piano Co.
372-374 Morrison St., cor. "W. Park.
Park and Washington, Portland, Oregon
The School of Quality"
MODERN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Open all the yer. Cttxlaxae fre
A. P. ARMSTRONQ. LL. B.. PRINCIPAL
49 Size, Ua teH ZaeK.
JL. SANTAELLA A CO.. Stmktn. Tuspa. Z1&
GERSOM & HART, Bhirihhri, Poland, Or.
Midway between San Franc!co and Stan
ford University, has not been without rep
resentation at Harrard and the University
of California during the twenty years of lta
existence, and at Stanford since it opened.
Its graduates are admitted to our Cali
fornia Universities without examination, and
to the leading Institutions In tbe East that
admit on recommendations. ' It prepare for
and has sent a number of boys to Tale, the
Mastaehuietts Institute of Technology, and
other Eastern cellegea and schools of science.
We shall be glad to have more of the sturdy
Northern boys at Belmont. The next terra
begins August 14. 1903. For catalogue and
book; of views, addrejs
VT, T. REID. A. H. (Harvard).
W. T. REID. Jr.. A. X (Harvard).
Asst. Head Master (on leave of absence).
We are retiring; from business and
will close out all of our Ladles and
Children's Fancy Dry Goods at
LESS THAN COST
Don't miss It. Come aow while lines
L MING & BROS., 88 Sixth St
For young- ladles and girls. Tall college
course. College preparatory. aeeredUd by
Eastern and Western colleges aad universi
ties, tuslc. art. elocution, domestic. seleaee
with training school for teachers, gyraaa
slum. boating, bowling; tennis. Beautiful
home with exceptional attention gives ta
healthy scholarly habits a seela! odrttje.
MISS EL C. SAB IX, TresMeat (DeH. J).
Whiskey. Old, mellow and delightfully palatable, it is the ideal stimnkar?;
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Feifer's Union 5's
UNION MADE 5c CIGARS UNION MADE
A POPULAR SMOKE
UNEQUALED AND UNEXCELLED
THE ROSENFELD-SMITH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Clears and Tobacce, PORTLAND, OREGON
OUR PRICES ON
May and Feed
SHOULD BE OF INTEREST TO ALL
Ask Our Prices Before Purchasing. We Can Save You Money
Pacific Grain Company
THIRTEENTH AND KEARNEY STS. Telephone Mala 3307
& 133 SIXTH STREET
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT GOODS
We do crown and' bridge work, with
out -pain. Our IS years experience In
plat work enables ua to fit your mouth
Dr. W. A. Wise has found a safe
way to extract teeth, absolutely with
out pain. Dr. T. P. Wise Is an ex
pert at gold filling and crown and bridge
work. Extracting free when plates or
bridges are ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Falling bids:., cor. 3d an a Wash. sts.
Open eveniDgs till 9 P. M. Sundays
from 0 to 12. Or Main 2029.
dr. t. r. wisr.
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Do you love good muslct You
can select your choice from a port
folio of EOO pieces of popular music
of the world, and Professor Am
sterdam and tCi Hungarian orches
tra, will render It for you.
Everything to eat and drink, and
It costs no more In the
Portland Hotel Bathskeller
than elsewhere in the dty. Every
weekday night from 30 to 11
KODAK tjVELOPlNQ -ANO .
NLARGEMHTS Or ALL tCtNDS
1 Ja .V- . -
SMP $HOTS0VELOP0 ONE DAY
FJNSHCO POINTS THE NEXT.
X 312.00 FULL SET
a UA RANTS KD
aad Thursday, until 8.
rrd rreha. D. D. 8.
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THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
Quality versus Quantity
One reason why Ponuneiy Champagne, maintains its popularity
with those who demand the. best of wines, is that the PeauMry stand
ard siality is never lowered in order to join the race for fiamtity.
Thit There Is Nothing Betl
Guarantees the payment of his bonds and
you believe him. We guarantee the fit ot
our glasses, and many thousands of patrons
who have secured them of us during 20
years of practice, believe US.
We are headquarters for
French ranges, portable
OREGON1AN BUILDING 9
and brick set; cabinet bake
ovens, retlnned and copper
restaurant utensils, steel
ranges and cook stoves.
f.nijVir. fO PKOHE MAIN 9SS.
DR. W. A. WISE.
gchwab Printing .Go.
BXtT WORK. S.ZJSOHASLZ fXICSS
247K STARK STRIXI
LOH a Coat"
I COAT SHIRTS
9 Suited to every figure,
jB and every occasion.
9 Designs exclusive.
1 FAST COLOR FABRICS.
$1.50 and up.
S OLUETT. PEABODY & CO.,
jH lAftOIST MAKIRB OF SHIRTS AN0 COLLARS
H IN THI WORLD.