Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 07, 1905, Page 9, Image 9

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Countlng-Rocm Main 667
Managing Editor .Main 636
Sunday Editor Matn 6235
Cits Editor Main 16(J
Society Editor Main 6235
Composlng-Room Main CSS
Superintendent Building Red 2S20
East Bide Office East 61
between 6ih and 7th) Tonight at 8:30
o'clock, Kolb and Dill, In "The Beauty
BELASCO THEATER (14th and Washlng
ton) Evening at 8:15, "The Conquest."
EMPIRE THEATER fl2th and Morrison)
Matinee at 2;15 and evening .at S;15, "Lost
In London."
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2;30, 7;30. 9 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (3d and TamhllD Con
tinuous vaudeville, 2:30. 7:30 and 0 P. M.
RESORTS. The Oregonlan will be delivered
by carrier and will be on sale at the prin
cipal points on .Long Beach, at Seaside and
Taqulna Bay throughout the coming season.
It will also be on sale at Gearhart Park
'ye Creek, Vt'llholt. Collins Hot Springs,
MoffetV Hot Springs (Cascades, Wash.) and
St. Martin's Springs 'Carson. Wash.). Or
ders by mall with receive careful attention.
All mall dubbcriptlons muet be paid for In
ad ranee.
Will, Work for Fire Engine. A
meeting: of citizens of the Brooklyn dis
trict will be held in a short time to take
action for a concerted movement to se
cure a Are engine, with quarters on the
corner of Powell and Milwaukle streets.
The object of this gathering Is to ap
point committees to take the matter up
systematically, to gather statistics as to
tho unprotected condition of that district,
extent of territory to be covered with an
engine to located, the property protect
ed and the effect on the insurance rates
In the district. These are to b collated.
Assurances are given by Councilman
Rushlight and Councilman-at-Large
"Wills that they will do what they can to
help this movement for fire protection.
Notice when the meeting will be held
will be given as soon as tho time is
Want to Excavate tor Gravel.
Street contractors will ask the Council
to repeal the ordinance passed some time
ago requiring them to use river gravel
on all streets improved with grayel. This
ordinance was passed on the recommend
ation of City Attorney McXary for the
purpose of stopping excavating for gravel
in the Woodlawn district This remedy
wae proposed on the occasion of the visit
of ex-Mayor Williams and Mr. McXary
to Woodlawn when a meeting of citizens
was hold, and at tho time It was thought
that there might be a protest against
such an ordinance, as it would affect not
the Woodlawn district alone, but the en
tire city, but it appeared to be the only
remedy. All others had failed. Street
contractors say that it Is already working
a serious hardship all around.
Death of a Pioneer "Woman. Mrs.
Mary I. Smith, wife of William S. Smith,
died In San Francisco July 5. and the
body will be brought to Portland for
burial. It will reach here this evening,
accompanied by her husband. The fu
neral will take place tomorrow afternoon
at Dunnlng's undertaking parlor?, East
Sixth and Alder ptreets. Mrs. Smith was
the daughter of Mrs. H. Cason. a pioneer,
and has a number of sisters living in
Portland, Including Mrs. George Parrish.
H. C. Smith, of Portland, Is a son. With
her husband, Mrs. Smith moved to Fres
no, Gal., several years ago, where they
engaged In grape culture. Mm Smith's
health had been falling for some time,
and she was taken to San Francisco for
treatment, but she died there.
Cottage "Was Burned. A pmall cot
tage near Lents, at Mount Scott, on
which final payment had just been made,
was burned to the ground on the 4th of
the month, the lire being caused by the
explosion of a firecracker in the house, j
The owner of the cottage, a Mr. Martin.
lillcd with patriotism and happiness over
having cleared his home of the last debt,
celebrated the double event by lighting
a firecracker In his cottage, with the re
sult that the house caught fire and was
burned to the ground, in plte of the
efforts to save it.
Verdict Was for Defendant. In the
lawsuit of George W. Oliver In the East
Side Justice Court yesterday, to recover
5115.70 from Fred A. Bailey, chief clerk
of the O. R. & X. Co.. alleged to be due
for the erection of a dwelling, the verdict
was, or Mr. Bailey. Oliver built the
house, having submitted plans, and spe
cifying that the cost should not be above
$3400. but in the end the cost to Mr. Bai
ley was $5100. causing him a loss to tho
amount of $1700. Bailey gave him $150
for his unices, but refused to pay him
Saturday Seaside Sunday
Excursion Rates.
See the sea via the A. &. C. R. R. Round
trip only $2.50. Tickets good Saturday
morning, .8 A. M. or 2:20 P .M.: returning
leaves Seaside Sunday 5 P. M. Spend a
two-day .vacation at Portland's popular
Summer resort and enjoy the surf bath
ing, boating and fishing. Ample hotel ac
commodation at reasonable rates for all.
Further information at 24S Alder street,
'phone Main 905.
Death of II. B. M'Ci.ure. Harvey B.
McClure died Wednesday night at his
home. 267 Tillamook street Ills death
was caused by cancer. He was 57 years
old and a native of Ohio. He Is survived
by his wife and the following children:
Mra J. L. Beans, A. I.. McClure, Nora
McClure. Mrs. H. L.. Walkup and George
McClure. of Portland, and L. A. McClure,
of New York. Funeral arrangements are
being made.
Public Installation. Portland Circle
No. 55. Women of Woodcraft, and Web
foot Camp No. 65, Woodmen of the
World, will hold joint installation In W.
O. W. Hall. Tenth and Washington
streets, tonight- Refreshments will bo
served and a general good time will be
had. All Woodmen and their friends are
Subcommittee to Settle Claims. A
. few members of the Republican City Cen
tral Committee held an informal meeting
at the office of Attorney Charles E.
Lookwood in the Breedon block last
night, and appointed a subcommittee to
settle some old claims growing out of
the late municipal election.
Installed Officers. F. Francis in
stalled the officers of Orient Lodge No.
17. I. O. O. F.. Wednesday night, as fol
lows: Noble grand, E. H. Berthroche:
vice grand, D. Van Zant; secretary and
treasurer. J. S. Foss. Reports showed
eubstantial growth for the year.
Rabbi Hirsch to Speak. Rabbi Emll
G. Hirsch. L.L. D., of Chicago, will oc
cupy the pulpit of Temple Beth Israel,
Friday evening, July 7 at S o'clock.
The subject of Dr. Hirsch'e address Is to
be "The Character of Jewish Ethics."
Grand Excursion to Estacada and re
turn Saturday, July 8. Leave First and
Alder 9 A. M.; back at 6 P. M. Delight
ful trip, beautiful scenery. First-class
hotel or bring baskets. Auspices Grace M.
E. Church. Tickets Gill's Bookstore.
For San Francisco, the elegant steel
steamer Redondo sails Saturday after
noon. $12 first-class, SS second-class: meals
and berth included. C. H. Thompson,
agent, 12S Third street.
Dr. Joseph Hickey wishes to announce
that he has entirely recovered from his
recent illness, and is to be found as usual
at his office. No. S17 Dekum building.
Librarians are Invited to the Old Book
Store, to Inspect the largest miscellaneous
stock of books on the Pacific Coast. 229
Yamhill street.
F. E. Beach & Co., the Pioneer Paint
Co., agents for Senour's floor paints; win
dow glass and glazing. 135 First sL
Official Lewis and Clark souvenir
spoon has signature Pres. H. W. Goode.
Acme Oil Co. sells the best safety coal
oils and fine gasolines. Phone East 783.
Crrr Hall tor St. Johne. St. Johns'
Council is considering plans for a city
hall, to be located on the ground pur
chased at the junction of Philadelphia
and Burlington streets. Plans have been
submitted by Architect C. Brown, of
Portland, providing for a one-story struc
ture. Mr. Brown has prepared a picture
of this building, which is displayed In
the old Council chamber. It seems to
be the opinion of the Councllmen that
a two-story city hall will be required, so
that the Council chamber shall be on the
second floor and the flre quarters and -Jail
on the first floor. The question of plana
will be settled in a short time, and work
started on the new building, now that
the bonds of the city have been disposed
of and there Is money for the purposc.
Traffic Held Up. A broken axle of
express wagon No. 12S, at the east end
of the Burnslde bridge, yesterday even
ing at 6:30. caused delay for sams time
to river and street-car traffic. The
driver of the express, while turning out
of the way of a street-car, twisted the
rear axle off q,n one side, the wagon,
heavily loaded with valuable plate glass,
dropping down In front of the car.
Then, in the effort to get the wagon out
of the way It was upset, partly on the
end of the draw and partly on the span.
The load of glass was then shifted to
another wagon, while two river steam
ers loaded with passengers and Feveral
street-cars were held up.
Cablegram F,rom King of Italt. Dr.
C. F. Candianl. Italian Consul, received
a cablegram yesterday from His Majesty,
the King of Italy, requesting him to
tender his thanks to the Governor of
Oregon and the -president of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition for assisting in the
reception of the officers and crew of the
Italian cruiser Umbria.
North End Saloonkeeper. J. B.
Moore, proprietor of tho Cosmopolitan
saloon. In the North End district, was
arrested yesterday on a charge of per
mitting women to loiter In his establish
ment. He will be arraigned today in
the Municipal Court. Moore has been
In court frequently of late on various
Reception to Suffragists. There will
be a reception this evening at the Com
mercial Club in honor of the delegates to
the Woman's Suffrage Association. All
delegates in the city, and alt visiting club
women, are cordially Invited to be prest
ent with their husbands. Tho ladles of
the Portland Women's Club are hostesses
for the occasion.
Struck by Car. E. B. Smith narrowly
escaped death last night by being struck
by a street-car at Fourth and Washing
ton streets. Smith made an attempt to
cross the street Just in front of the car.
He was knocked over, but did not sus
tain serious Injuries. He was taken to
the North Pacific Sanatorium.
The Calumet Restaurant, 143 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. 35c: dinner. 50c
Kopa Astoria Kloshe Klatawa Kopa
Salt Chuck.
Spose Meslka Tikeh Klatawa Slah Kopa
Astoria. Tikeh Nanich. Hias Chuck Co
lumbia. Nanlch. Hias Stick Hlas Stone.
Hylu Sammon. Tenas Nanlch salt Chuck?
Hviu He-he. Iskum Smoke Boat Lurline
Sinamox. Hyas Walch. Kopa Taylor
nohiit Snnse Tikeh Wecht Kumtux Wa-
Wa Tenas Chlckamln Lope Tahkum Tuk-
amonuK l'e Jviope i annum.
The above is Chinook jargon, formerly
spoken by the now almost extinct Indian
tribes of the Northwest in their inter
course with the traders and trappers, and
translated signifies that If you desire a
delightful daylight ride down the mighty
Columbia nd view all the scenic beauties,
take the steamer Lurline dally except
Sunday, at 7 A. M.. from Taylor-street
dock. For f urther particulars, call Phone
Main 613.
Arises From the Fact It Is First
Class in Every Respect.
The reason why everybody is talking
about the Tavern. Portland's famous
grill, is that its service Is superior to
anything to be found elsewhere on the
Pacific Coast. If you haven't tried It.
you arc behind the times. Ladies' an
nex at 309 Alder street. Main entrance
opposite The Oregonlan building.
Although Wednesday proved almost a
record-breaker In point of sales at Ellers
Piano House, yesterday's sales exceeded
the day before by nearly $1100. A superb
Orchestrelle. value $16TK. was sold to a
prominent Portland family, whose name
Is to be withheld from publication. One
of the famous Chlckcrlng quarter grands
was secured by Mrs. M. L. Harper, who
will ship the same to her new home In
San Francisco, and thus effect a very sub
stantial saving over the price she would
have had to pay hut for this present sac
rifice sale.
An elegant little Hardman upright was
secured by Mrs. S. Cohen. Another long
distance sale Is the fine large oak-cased
Hobert M. Cable piano which will be
shipped to Mr. M. D. Spriest, of Alexan
der. Idaho, today.
Even the newspaper men cannot resist
the temptation of owning a god piano
while they are to be had at these cut
prices. Mr. W. C. Dunlway, foreman of
the Telegram composing-rooms, secured
a beauty, while Miss May Kretman select
ed and purchased, a few moments later,
an almost Identical piano: still another,
also a Kimball, was purchased by Mr.
Grant Knight, etc., etc.
Never again will so much real. Intrinsic
piano value be given for the money, and
on such easy terms of payment as Just
now, during this exhibition and sale of
Eilers Piano House. 351 Washington
street, corner of Park. Investigate this
offer carefully before It Is too late. It
costs nothing to look, and will surely bo
the means of saving a very snug amount
of money to anyone whose home is not
supplied with a fine piano or organ.
Several pianolas at greatly reduced
prices. They're used Instruments, of course,
but good as new, and can be had on, terms
of $S a month. Ellers Piano House, 351
Washington street, corner Park.
All the delicacies ot tho season at the
Portland Restaurant, 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. The Butler. 145 1st. meals, merchants'
lunch, 25c; French dinner with wine, 50c
Daylight Trip to the Ocean on Queen
of River Boats.
No visitor to Portland should miss see
ing the Pacific Ocean, and the way to see
Ih to enjoy the trip down the Columbia
by daylight on the popular O. R. & ;
seaside excursion steamer, T. J. Potter"
Very low rates. Sailings this week from
Ash-street dock: July 4. 5, 6. 7, at 9 A. M.
Saturday. July 6. 12:30 (noon). Particulars
and Summer book by asking C. W. Sting
er, city ticket agent, O. R. & rc. Co..
Third and Washington streets. Portland.
Hotel Hamilton. San Francisco'H newest
hotel. Steam heat and telephone in each
room. Centrally located. Rates. $1 and
upwards. 125 Ellis street.
For twenty-five cents, you can get Car
ter's Little Liver Pills the best liver reg
ulator In the world. Don't forget this.
One pill a dose.
California Librarians Are Very
Her Dismissal From Los Angeles
Library Is Pronounced .a Strik
ing Example of the Evil
of Politics.
Charles F. Lummls, formerly editor
of the Out West Magazine, and re
cently appointed librarian of the Los
Angeles Public Library, was scored by
the sedate members of the California
Library Association yesterday. The ill
effects of politics on libraries were
brought up, one by one, and the fact
that Miss Mary JU. Jones, a competent
librarian, was removed to give Mr.
Lummls his position made Indignation
take the form of bitter tirade. Men
such as Joy LIchtenstcIn, of the San
Francisco Public Library, and Melvln
G. Dodge, associate librarian at Stan
ford University, were intense In their
disapproval of the new appointment.
The occasion, at which the following
resolution was drawn, was singularly
impressive on account of the heated
expressions used by men ordinarily of
sedate meln. The resolution, which was
unanimously passed, follows:
"Whereas, The librarians of the Pa
cific Coast, in convention assembled,
have heard with sorrow not unmixed
with Indignation of the sudden dismis
sal from her position of the librarian
of the Los Angeles Public Library,
Miss Mary L Jones; therefore, be It
"Resolved. That this association ex
tends to Miss Jones Its sympathy, rec
ognizing in her a librarian by talent,
training and temperament, .worthy to
fill any position In our profession. The
Los Angeles Library tinder her
able direction has in many ways served
as a model for us all.
"Resolved. That we deplore the dis
missal, without cause, of a trained li
brarian for the purpose of putting In
a person who. however talented and
successful in other lines of work, has
had no library training or experience.
We regard our profession seriously and
count such an action as a blow to the
whole lfbrary cause.
"Resolved. That we hope this strik
ing example of the evil that politics
may do in library matters will lead to
a reformation in library standards, so
that some real method of determining
fitness for library positions may be en
acted into law. We believe that 11
brarinnshlp is a profession so responsi
ble that it should be intrusted, as In
the cas of teachers and professional
men generally, only to those properly
certificated by a competent examining
What the Pre A seats Say.
"The Beauty Shop" Pleases Crowds
at the Marquam Theater.
'he funny German comedians. Kolb
and Dill, with ' their excellent company
continue to crowd the Marquam Grand
Theater. Tonight, tomorrow matinee
and night, continuing next Monday,
Tuesday. Wednesday matinee and "night,
they will present their highly successful
musical comedy success, "Tho Beauty
Shop." Together with Kolb and Dill you
will be entertained by Edith Mason, a
charming lyric soprona. Tom Persell. a
tenor of the romantic school; Ben Dillon,
the best of Irish comedians; Mr. Cross
and a chorus of 40 beautiful girls. The
play is full of fun and music Just the
thing for a Summer evening's entertain
ment. Seats are now selling for both
this and next week.
Every Exposition Visitor "Wants to
See Lewis and Clark Drama.
Now that the run of "Tho Conquest"
at the Belasco is ncaring its close,
there Is a veritable rush for tickets,
and all Indications favor crowded
houses for the few performances that
remain. It tells the story of the great
expedition that gave the Northwest
empire to the Tnlted States. Yesterday
was Sacajawea day at the Fair, and In
the evening hundreds of people were
turned away from the Belasco because
they were unable to gain admittance.
All those who are Interested In the
courageous Indian girl who guided the
explorers desires to see the Ideal per
sonation of Sacajawea given by Lucia
Moore Eugene Ormonde as Captain
Lewis and John Salnpolls as Captain"
Clark aro winning new laurels, and
historians assert that their conception
of the characters are remarkably ac
curate. "'Lost in London."
The final performance of thf power
ful comedy drama. "Lost in lonJon."
will be lven at the Empire at mati
nees today and tomorrow, and the
evening performances tonight and to
morrow night at S:15. The Empire
Stock Company Is giving an excellent
production of the favorite old play, and
It has drawn crowded houses all week
in spite of the warm weather. Tho Em
pire, originally constructed for a Sum
mer tneater. Is always a cool and com
fortable as one could desire, even In
the hottest weather. Sunday afternoon
Johnston McCuIley's "The Heir Appar
ent" will be given its Intlttai perform
Kiralfy's Greatest Spectacle Is the
Feature or the Fair.
It's the event of a lifetime, aral no
man, woman or child should fall to wit
ness "The Carnival of Venice." Lan
guage fails in an attempt to describe
its grandeur and beauty. In the mighty
choruses and ballots there are 300 of
tao greatest artists in the world. Its
scenery surpasses anything ever seen
before In a theatrical production. The
performance takes place on a stage 363
feet in width. Positively the greatest
show of modern times.
Every afternoon and evening you
may see It on the Trail.
Return or T. Daniel Frawley to the
Marquam Grand Theater.
T. Daniel Frawley. who recently re
turned from a trip around the world at
the head of a company of New York
players. Is to appear at the Marquam
Grand Theater next Thursday. Friday,
Saturday matinee and night. July 13. 14.
J. 15, la Richard Harding Davis' comedy-
drama of Army life. "Ranson's Folly."
Mr. Frawley comes to us under the di
rection of Henry B. Harris, who is also
the manager of Robert Edeson. Mr.
Davis Is probably America's most popu
lar story teller, and the dramatization of
his novel. "Ranson's Folly." Is said to
be one of .the best Army plays ever writ
ten. As Is usual with Mr. Harris he has
surrounded hU star with one of the most
capable companies to leave New York
this year. Including besides Mr. Frawley.
Eleanor Montell. Mark Price. Grace
Thorn. Frazer Coulter. Alice Martin. J.
S. McKean. Katherlne Raynore. Charles
Sturgis. Grace De Witt and 15 others.
The advance sale of seats will open next
Tuesday morning.
Greatest Farce Success at the Be
lasco Next Week.
Beginning Monday evening the Be
lasco Stock Company will present for
the coming "ek tho delightful fartfe
which George K. 'Broadhurst. the mas
ter of farce-wrltlng In this country,
wrote for Willie Collier. It will be
The Baker's Good Show.
This Is the week of hits at the Ba
ker Theater, and all who have visited
that popular playhouse are loud In
proclaiming the bill an excellent one.
It comes up to every requirement of
the best vaudeville. The three Kuhns
are particularly good entertainers and
none can afford to miss seeing- their
unique and clever singing, dancing and
musical specialty. Little Miss Lizzie
Weller gives a remarkable exhibition
of trick piano playing. Flno and
Dandy have few. If any. peers as acro
batic" comedians, and they understand
how to perform difficult feats and make
their audiences laugh at the same time.
Jean Wilson sings a new Illustrated
ballad effectively; Robert Nome does
an excellent whistling and instru
mental specialty: Burns and Wilson
supply liberal quantities of fun. and a
new series of moving pictures end an
excellent show.
Good Entertainment at the Star.
Abreast of the times and the demands
of tho public for comfort and amusement,
the Star has Installed a cooling device
which keeps the theater In a cool and
even temperature during the warm even
ings, and. with the good programme It has
furnished, immense business is the result.
Frank Milton and the DeLong Sisters,
who are listed as the feature act. furnish
very wholesome amusement. All three
are accomplished musicians, sing sweetly
and MHtor. Is a clever comedian. Mack
and Williams, two young men who have
much to say, are from the best in their
line, and could be featured on any other
good bill. Stephen Fltzpatrick &. Co. are
seen In a sketch. Jenkins and O'Neill
are good dancers. "Kate Kearney," one
of Olcott's songs, has furnished Mr. Bon
ner the best opportunity to show us what
he can do. The pictures for the song are
taken from life In Ireland", and are espe
cially good. The Staroscopc is worthy of
special mention In the latest Edison film
ot the war In the East.
Big Houses al Grand.
There are two reasons why the Grand
has been playing to big business this week.
One reason Is that the house is cool and
comfortable, no matter how hot the out
side weather may be. and the other reason
is that the Grand this week has a vaude
ille bill of rare excellence. The Buckeye
Trio of acrobatic comedians, with their
trick cottage, keep the stage in a nubble
of merriment and excitement, with their
acrobatic feats. Marshall and, Lorraine
introduce genuine jokes, and new ones at
that. This team Is going very big. and Is
one of the most successful funmakcrs the
vaudeville patrons have had for many
weeks. The woman Is a natural-born
comedian, and a funny woman is rare.
The Hewlts. fiye In the family, perform
on musical Instruments, and there is just
enough comedy In their act to make it
the more enjoyable. Thes. are but a few
of the many sterling vaudeville acts that
the Grand management is giving In its
holiday programme this week. .
Dispute Over Bunco Man.
Chief of Police Hunt yesterday called
Patrolman Scallcn before him anJ or
dered him to write out a report on tne
case of a bunco man. who was released
by the Chief Tuesday night. Scallen
captured the swindler on a train ap
proaching I'ortlnnd. and. accompanied
by John Henry, a Kansas farmer, took
him to headquarters. Henry had been
beaten out of f!4 by the bunco man. In a
game of poker, but Chief Hunt says Hen
ry declined to prosecute.
Patrolman Scallen severely censured
Chief Hunt. In an Interview, declaring
the releae to have been an outrage. In
many Instances Chief Hunt orders
bunco men photographed, but did not
this time.
Detectives employed by the O. R. &
N. Co. stated yesterday that the bunco
tricks were not perpetrated on their
Old Edition or Bible.
C. IX Murphy, of Qulncy. 111., a re
tired farmer of the great corn state. Is
a visitor to the Portland Fair, bringing
with him an ancient edition of the
Bible, bound in a volume together with
The Booke of Psalms." and the book
of common prayer. That portion de
scribed in the title page as "The Bible,
that is. the Holy Scriptures contained
In" the olde anJ newe testament, trans
lated according to the Ebrew and the
Greeke." wa printed In 1599 by "Depu-
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
no matter what precaution you uie, unless protected by Credit
Every credit sale amounts to an unsecured loan, exposed daily,
hourly, to ail the hazards in business. I
At the end of each year you are "confronted with a loss in spito
of all precaution.
Credit Insurance Removes All Uncertainty
At the beginning you know the most your losses can be during
the year; this being known you can provide for it as an Expense
Item of your business, and if there Is no loss you have made an ad-,
ditlonal profit. j
OUT Credit-Indemnity Bond 1? Ruaranteed Protection to
" Profits. Every clause clear,
concise, positive. Adaptable to any manufacturing or wholesale
business. Payments to Policyholders Past Three Years $2,127,
930.00, which means thatamount of Profits destroyed by insolvency
of customers wasTestored In spot cash through our Indemnity. Our
booklet'Collateral oh Merchandise Accounts'tells the whole story.
Free. Write to-day.
The American Credit-Indemnity Co. of New York
Capital, fall pild. l.we,we. S. M. Phelxs. PrwIdeBt.
, E. ". Wfactler. State Agent. Dekara BalldlRr. rortlasd. Or.
3M Broaairar. eir York CMy. Broadrray a ad Locast SU.. St. TJbal. Mo.
ties of Chriftopher Barker, printers to
the Queenes moft excellent majeftie."
anJ the prayer book portion of. the
volume was printed by Robert Barker,
whs had succeeded to the distinction
of royal printer, bearing date of 163S.
Contained in the written record pages
of the volume are dates of births, bap
tisms and deaths of the Marthow fam
ily between 36G0 and ancestor
of Mr. Murphy having married into this
family and the Bible was handed down
through succeeding generations. Mr.
Murphy expected to place the volume
on exhibition at the Fair but has not
yet made arrangements to do so.
Cocoa Fudge and Chocolate Ice
Cream Served Free of Charge.
Miss Elizabeth K. Burr, who will lec
ture on cooking at Upchurch Hall. Seven-.
J teenth and Marshall streets, twice a day.
wot A. M. and 2:30 P. M.. until next
Thursday, has a warm spot In her heart
for children, whl.-h la r"Hirrnf! with in
terest by the rising generation of house
wives. Saturday morning at 10 A. M.,
Miss Burr will entertain the children, all
of whom are invited, and what nice things
Miss Burr has arranged for her guests
cocoa fudge and chocolate Ice cream, and
then a souvenir as well to take hpme.
The lectures are free, and everybody will
be made welcome.
Foreign Mission 31eetlng.
The third quarterly meeting of the Co
lumbia River Branch of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary Society of the Metho-
i dist Episcopal Church, will be held at
Grace Church this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Bishop Thoburn. Miss Laura Austin, the
new standard bearer missionary of the
Oregon conference, and Miss Foster, edi
tor of the Quarterly, will be present. An
Interesting programme In relation to
young people's work will be presented and
a cordial Invitation Is extended to all.
Willamette Valley Chautauqua.
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua As
sociation will hold its annual assembly
at Gladstone Park. July 11. and will be
in session 13 days. Every arrangement
has been made for the comfort of visitors.
The grounds have been fixed up. new
buildings erected and others enlarged.
Camping grounds have been provided and
arrangements for train servlee, made.
Athletic contests and baseball games have
been scheduled and other amusements
Makes Rates to South Bend.
Pursuant to requests of Portland
t merchants. the Northern Pacific
freight department has established
the same commodity rates o South
Bend points In Washington that have
been in effect to Gray's Harbor. A
large variety of commodities are in
cluded In the tariff. The rate Is made
to meet water competition, and applies
only from- Seattle. Tacoma and Port
land, the rate being 10 cents on the
100 pounds.
Eastern and Seattle races. Take Sell
wood and Oregon City cars. First and
In new and used Pianos. See our spe
cial Piano bargain for Friday. Large,
handsome mahogany case, double
veneered, standard action, a genuine
Several used Pianos at correspond
ingly low prices. See us before you
Soule Bros. Piano Co.
372-374 Morrison St., Cor. W. Park.
Expert tuning, repairing and refin
ishing. 'Phone Main 677.
Park and Washington, Portland, Oregon
The School of Quality"
Open all the year. Catalogue free
A Protestant Boarding and Day
School for Girls
Certificate Admits to Smith. Welleley and
Other Collejc.
Unusual Advantages In Music Piano. Violin
and Vocal -Fine Art Studio.
Writ for Illustrated Catalogue.
For Further Information Address
Julia P. Bailey, Principal
FOR 14.00.
Evenings. Monday
and Thursday, until S.
rred Prehs. D. D. S.
403 Dekum Bldr.
Connoisseurs Understand That There Is Nothing Better
Whiskey. Old, mellow and delightfully palatable, it is the ideal stimulant
Feifer's Union 5's
Exclusive Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco, PORTLAND, OREGON'
Western Electric Works
Portland. Or.
"Dida't hart a bit," la irkat they
ay of
wise: BROS.
Dr. "W. A. Wise has jiiat returned
from an extended tour of Eastern
dental Institutions, and those hav
ing their dental work done by theo
will have the advantage of all new
and up-to-date methods.
Examinations free. Painless ex
tracting free when plates or brldses
are ordered.
Falling: bid., cor. Sd and Wash. sts.
Open evenings till 0 P. SI. Sundays
from 0 to 12. Or Main 2029.
i Ye Oregon
In the new Hotel Oregon, corner Seventh and
I Stark Streets. Orchestra every evening after
I six o'clock. 2
1 "On and Off like a Coat"8
8 Made in original designs of fi
H in style, quality and finish 9
lAaatsT MAKifta or shifts an a ccluuSB
It makes the toilet something to b
enjoyed. It removes all stains and
roughness, prevents prickly heat and
chafing, and leaves the skin, white,
soft, healthy. In the bath it bringa
glow aad exhilaration which no com
mon soap can equal, imparting ths
vicorandlife sensationof araildTurk
fan bath. AH Grocers ajid Drusdsttt
We are retiring; from business and
will close out all of our Ladles' and
Children's Fancy Dry Goods at
Don't miss it. Come notv- while lines
are unbroken.
L MING & BROS., 88 Sixth St.
$chwab Printi?ig Co.
Mala 1696.
61 Sixth Street.
These three. little words mean a whole
lot and should not be lightly usecL
Our title to them is based on 20 years
of proof furnished.
We are headquarters for
French ranges, portable
and brick set; cabinet bake
ovens, retlnned and copper
restaurant utensils, steel
ranges and cook stoves.
Trta "S" Cir, ta M. 1311 aa3 irrlijSti.
The Portland
Do you love
good music? You
can select your choice from a port-
folio of 500 pieces of popular music
of the -world, and Professor Am
sterdam and hCT Hungarian orches
tra -will render It for you.
Everything to eat and drink, and
It costs no more In ths
Portland Hotel Rathskeller
than elsewhere in the city. Every
weekday night from 9:S0 to 12.
(For Boys.)
Midway between San Francisco and Stan
ford University, has not been without rep
resentation at Harvard and the University
of California durlntr the twenty years of lty
existence, and at Stanford since It opened.
Its graduates are admitted to our Cali
fornia Universities without examination, and
to the leading Institutions In the East that
admit on recommendations. It prepares for
and has sent a number of boys to Tale, ths
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and
other Eastern colleges and schools ot science.
We rhall be glad to have more ot the sturdy
Northern boys at Belmont. The next term
begins August 14. 1905. For catalogue and
book of view, address
W. T. REID. A. M. (Harvard).
Head Master.
W. T. REID, Jr.. A. M. (Harvard).
Asst. Head Master (on leave of absence).
Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
For young ladles and girls. Full college
;ourse. College preparatory, accredited by
Eastern and Western colleges and universi
ties. Music, art. elocution, domestic science
with training school for teachers, gymna-
I alum, boating, bowling, tennis. Beautiful
home with exceptional attention given tc
' health, scholarly habits and social culture.
MISS E. C. SAB IN, President (Dept. J).
CURIOS, Antiquities, Bought an Seltf,
Indian Stone Kmve, Relics, Carvings aad Idob in
Ivory, Stone, Bronxe. etc. War Clubs. Spears. Bows.
Masks. Baskets. Bolos, Mats, Skull of all Nations
HEADS aad HORNS of Animals, WarMeiali.
Native Body Ornaments aad Dress, Ancient Flint
Guns and Pistols, Cuius, Shields. Antioae Silver and
Armor, Shells. Send for Photos. Wholesale Dealer
Natkai Jesejk, 4 Merchant St., S, F. Cal