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THE jMORIilXG OREGOyiAJfr MONDAY, DULY 10, 1905.
CITY NEWS H BRIEF
JTHE OREGOXIAX'S TELEPHONES.
Countlng-Rocm Mala CC7
Managing Editor Mala 630
Sunday Editor .. Mala 6233
City Editor Main 168
Society Editor Mala 6235
Composlnc-Room Mala 065
Superintendent Building.; Red 2S26
East Side Office 1 East 61
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morriron fit.
between Cth and 7th) Tonight at 8:30
o'clock. Kolb and Dill, la "The Beauty
BELASCO THEATER (14th and Washing
ton) Evening at 8:15, "A Fool and Hl
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Monifion)
Matineo at 2:15 and evening at 8:15. John
ston McCulley8 new play, "The Heir Ap
parent." 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. 8 P. M.
BAKER THEATER f3d and Yamhill) Con
tinuous vaudex'llle. 2;30. 7:30 and 8 P. M.
THE OREGOJOAX AT THE SUMMER RE
SORTS Tho Ortgonlan Is delivered by car
rier and is on nolo at the principal points on
Long Beach, Seaside and Yaquina. Bay. It
is also on alo at Gearhart Vask, Collins' Hot
Springs, Moffett's Hot Sprlngtt and St. Mar
tin's Springs. Orders by mall will receive
careful attention. Ail mall subscriptions
must be paid for in advance.
Attending Convention of Holt Cross.
The convention of the congregation of
the Holy Cross at Notre Dame, Intl., in.
6esslon for the past few days. Is ex
pected to settle tho question of the erec
tion of a modern dormitory for tho Co
lumbia University at University Park.
Rev. M. A. Qulnlan, president, is attend
ing this conference, and no doubt will
present the needs of tho Columbia Univer
sity with force. Rev. Qulnlan is very
conservative, and -would not say what he
thought would be done at this convention,
hut the friends of tho institution aro con
fident provisions will be made for this
building If possible. It wag recommended
by Rev. John Zahm, of the Congregation
of Holy Cross, some time ago. Columbia
University is one of the several Catholic
schools under the direction of this organ
ization, and it is understood that the or
der intends to make it the leading Catho
lic institution In tho Northwest.
Hermit Beck Is Dead. Joseph Beck,
an eccentric hermit and strange person
ality, out of touch with the progress of
the world, who Hved for many years
near the Sandy, died last month. In
accordance with his expressed wish.
Beck was burled in a phaln, rude coffin
which ho had fashioned with his own
hands. At the funeral only two neighbors
were allowed to attend. Beck .frequently
drovo to Portland with two oxen hitched
to bis wagon in a peculiar way. Tho
outfit always attracted much attention
when Bock appeared on the street. Tho
coffin he made several years ago was
ready for the services. It had remained
In his house during all these years, a
strange companion, awaiting the prospec
tlve occcupant to get ready to take his
long sleep in It.
Officers Installed. University Park
Assembly Jso. 3, United Artisans, has
elected and installed the following offi
cers: Master artisan, W. B. Satterlee;
superintendent. Mrs. M. R. Cummings;
Inspector. Julia Faulk; secretary, Mrs. A.
S. Clark; treasurer, George II. Hemstock;
senior conductor, Bertha Ottersted; junior
conductor. Verna Morrison; master of
ceremonies, James Culp; warden, George
Ottersiedt; instructor, Mrs. Hattlc Faulk.
A short programme, as follows, was
given: Piano solo, Mildred Marcy; ad
dress. Supreme Master Artisan H. S.
Hudson; duet, Mr. and Mrs. Young: reci
tation, "White Slave," Miss Zula Faulk;
recitation. Bertha Ottcrstedt.
Council of Recognition. A council of
recognition has been called for Wednes
day to be held in the Congregational Tab
ernacle to extend fellowship to the St.
Johns Congregational Church, newly or
ganized. The council will be composed
of Congregational ministers of Portland
and vicinity. An effort will bo made to
secure the presence of Rev. Newill
Dwlght Hillis. D.D., of Brooklyn. N. Y.,
at this council. There will be two ses
sions, first at 3 and again at 8. The new
church has secured a quarter block, on
which has been built a small cottage and
pavilion tent. Later It is intended to
erect a church. Rev. Mr. Upshaw Is the
pastor in charge.
Will Form New Baptist Church.
Friday evening, July 14, a service will be
held In tho Seventh Day Adventlst
Church, Lower St. Johns, by Ro'. John
Bentzeln, whon steps will be taken to
organize a Baptist Church. Rev. "William
E. Randall, of the Central Baptist
Church, will deliver the sermon. Repre
sentatives from other Portland Baptist
Churches will be present.
Banarjee Circle to Meet. The Ban
arjee Circle will meet this afternoon at 2
o'clock at the residence of Miss Zimmer
man. 3S5 Third street, corner of Mont
gomery. "A Receipt From India and
"What It Represents" will be the topic of
discussion, and there will be special mu
sic under the direction of Mrs. Beals.
J. L. Sperrt's Funeral. The funeral
of John L. Sporry, a pioneer and Indian
"War veteran, will take place this after
noon at 2 o'clock from the family home,
10 East Seventh street, near East Burn
side. Rev. S. C. Lapham will conduct tho
services at the house, and the Masons
will have charged at the cemetery.
Man "With Monet Missing. C. M.
Brangle, of 261 East Market street, has
been missing from his home since Fri
day. He had a considerable amount of
money with him when last seen, and his
wife reported to tho police that she
feared he had met with foul play.
To Organize Board of Trade. a
meeting of citizens of St. Johns will be
held next "Wednesday evening for the
purpose of forming a board of trade. Tho
Commercial Club, which had a flourishing
period, appeared to receive its solar
plexus at the last election.
To Reopen Grand Avenue. Citizens
interested in the reopening of Grand ave
nue between Stark and Pine streets, are
invited -to attend a meeting this evening
at the East Side Bank, at S o'clock,
northwest corner of Grand avenue and
East Alder street.
Miss Annte L. Stone, of San Francisco,
now on her way to New York and Paris,
will be pleased to receive orders for her
Imported Hygionlque Corset for this
week only at No. 9 9th St. N. Personal
attention to fitting b appointment.
To Consider Situation at Mount Ta
bor. A meeting of tho Mount Tabor Im
provement Association will bo held this
evening in the Woodmen of the World.
Base Line road, to consider the status of
tho annexed portion.
Death of Mrs. Ltdia C. "Walkek.
Mrs. Lydla C. "Walker died yesterday at
her home near Russellville, on the Base
Line road. She was 42 years old. -The
body will be shipped today to Woodburn.
For San Francisco, cabin $12, steerage
JS; for Los Angeles, cabin 521.50, steerage
J15; meals and berths included. Elegant
steamer Northland sails Monday evening.
C. H. Thompson. Agent, 12S Third st.
H. B. Litt. Fourth and "Washington
streets. In order to make room, we will
sell. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. 50
high-class tailored suits, ranging in price
from 120.50 to 542.50 for 515.00.
Good Wages for boys who know the
city well. Postal Telegraph Company can
use several bright, intelligent boys over
14 years of age. Apply 126 Third street
and 106 Sixth street,
Steamer F. A. Kllburn -for San Fran
cisco, Eureka and Coos Bay points, Tues
day at 8 P. M.. from Oak-street dock.
Telephone Main 2960 or Main 628.
Steamship "Alliance" sails from Couch
street dock for Coos Bav and Eureka
Monday night. July 10, at 8. F. P. Baum
gartner, agent- Main 861.
Two bright, energetic young men. steady
position. Troy Laundry Co., 201 E. Water.
The Calumet Restaurant, 143 Seven th.
luncheon, 25c; dinner, 60c
Modern flat for rent, furnished or un
furnished. Inquire 175 14th.
Dr. Bbown, ere and ear. Th Marqu&sa.
BUSY DAY AT THE FAIR
Important Events Are Scheduled to
Today will b a busy one at the Ex
position. Tho Food and Dairy men will
meet. Wyoming will hold her celebra
tion, and there will be several other in
teresting features. Also delegates for
ORDER OF THE DAY. JUIAT ie.
10 A. M. Wyoming day acerclaes la
Auditorium, Administration Band in at
tendance. 10 A. M. and -hourly thereafter Free
moving pictures, Nebraska. Pavilion, Ag
1 P. M. KUpattiek bicycle rld down
flight of stairs, on Trail; free.
1 P. M. National Dairy and .Food
Convention, Auditorium, Administration
2:30 P. M. Grand concert, Xlberatl'a
Band, bandstand. Gray boulevard.
2:30 P. M. U. S. Life-Saving Serv
ice exhibition on Lake.
r P. M. Kllpatrjck'a automobile dash
down 140-foot Incline on Trail; free.
C:30 P. M. Government buildings
C P. M. Exhibit building close.
8 to 10 P. M. Grand concert. Libera
tl's Band, bandstand. Gray boulevard.
8 P. M. Grand electrical Illumination.
8 P. L Kllpatrlck'a bicycle ride
down flight of stain on Trail; free.
Further Information may be obtained
from tho official programme.
the American Medical Association, the
Pharmaceutical Congress, Ad. Men's
convention, and Ohio day will be pre
paring their plans for Wednesday.
The "Wyoming day exercises will be held
in the Auditorium at 10:30. Governor
Brooks and his staff arrived in tho city
yesterday, and fitting ceremonies will
be held, with music by the Administra
At 1 o'clock this afternoon the delegates
to the National Food and Dairy Asso
ciation will convene in the Auditorium,
preparatory to tho week's work. Many
sessions will bo held for the purpose or
discussing matters relative to the pure
food laws, and their observance.
The Sherman Indian Band has arrived,
and may give a couple of concerts dur
ing tho clay if the preparations can be
completed. Otherwise the musicians will
not play until Tuesday or Wednesday.
This evening a reception will be given
to Governor Brooks of Wyoming, by the
Exposition officials in the. American Inn.
A large number of invitations have been
sent out for this affair.
WYOMING'S GOVERNOR HERE
He and His Tarty Camo to Celebrate
His State's Day.
Governor Bryant B. Brooks, of Wyo
ming, arrived in Portland yesterday, and
is a guest at the American Inn on the
Exposition grounds. Governor Brooks,
who Is accompanied by his family and
a party of friends, came to tho Fair to
take part in the Wyoming exercises to be
hold in the Auditorium this morning.
Those who accompany Governor Brooks
are; Mrs. Brooks and daughters, Adjutant-General
P. A. Gatchell and wire.
Colonel and Mrs. W. R. Schnitger.
Colonel George M, SUney. Colonel and
Mrs. R. Harvey Reed. Major and Mrs.
Pitt Covert, Major and Mrs. R. LaFon
tnlne. Major and Mrs. Charles Jackson,
Colonel and Mrs. William Mullen and
Colonel and Mrs. C. C. A. Zanger.
The Wyoming day exercises will be held
at 10:30 A. M. In the Auditorium. Those
In charge of the ceremonies are: Gov
ernor Brooks, president; George E. Pex
ton, vice-president; C. B. Richardson.
commissloner-In-chlef; W. C. Demlng.
secretary; B. C Buffum and J. L. Balrd!
Music Do Caprio's Administration
Address of welcome President H. W.
Response Hon. C. B. Richardson, or
the Wyoming commission.
Address Hon. George E. Chamberlain,
Governor of Oregon.
Music Administration Band.
Address Hon. Bryant B. Brooks, Gov
ernor of "Wyoming.
Song "Wyoming," words by C E. "Win
ter, music by E. A. Clemmons.
Address-"Social and Legal Conditions
in Wyoming," Associate Justice J. A.
Music Do Caprio's Administration
This evening from .9 to 11 o'clock a
formal reception will be hold In honor or
the distinguished guests, and the Gov
ernor and his staff in full uniform will bo
in attendance. Many invitations have
Trail Remains Closed.
Shows on' tho Trail remained closed yes
terday. All day long Exposition visitors
perambulated up and down the Bridge of
the Nations, with not even so much as a
"barker's" shout to disturb the Sunday'
Showmen Saturday announced that they
would keep their places of amusement
I, EXPOSITION ATTENDANCE, 7177.
T Cooler weather yesterday brought out
I qulto a gathering at the Exposition, the
4 attendance flgures for the day being
1 r .
open, but late at night, after a. long coun
cil of war, resolved to try further di
plomacy with the Administration officials,
and decided to remain closed.
"What will be the outcome of the present
strained relationship Is hard to foresee.
Tho showmen contend that it will be Im
possible to continue under the present
arrangement, while the Exposition offi
cials are loth to issue the order authoriz
ing the Trail to remain open on Sundays.
John A. Wakefield, director of conces
sions, last evening stated that there had
been no further developments on the part
of the Exposition, anil that ho was unable
to say what would be done in the way of
In addition to tho Sunday opening, the
concessionaires also want a fiat 25-cent
rate after 6 o'clock, and no moro of tho
present coupon arrangement. It is con
tended that tho coupons aro highly un
satisfactory and have failed of their pur
pose. Both of tho new propositions aro
in the hand.; of President Goode. who may
announce the results of his consideration
Governor Hero to See Sick Child.
Governor and Mrs. George C. Pardee
arrived from California yesterday morn
ing, called from tho South on account
of the illness of their 16-year-old daugh
ter Madeline, who has been suffering
Miss Pardee was taken ill last week,
and on Saturday morning her condition
became so serious that it was deemed
advisable to send for,, her parents who
left for Portland that evening. Miss
Pardee was reported much better yester
day afternoon, and the Governor will
probably return to California in a few
Free moving picture exhibitions. Ne-
SITS ON THE LID"
Lane Will Keep Gritzmacher
TIME TO LOOK AROUND
Mayor Has Praise for the Retiring
Chief of Police and Says Ho
Needs Breathing Spell to
T have -got Captain Gritzmacher sitting-
on the lid until I am able to look
around and take my bearings on this
JOHNSTON McCUIXEY. AUTHOR
Chief of Police quostion," said Mayor
Lane yesterday. "He Is only temporar
ily Ailing the position now," he con-
tinued; "but it will give me a breath- 1
ing- spell, and enable me to make a
more careful selection than otherwise
The Mayor admitted that Hunt had
been upto see him late Friday after
noon, and that they had discussed tho
situation together very thoroughly
upon the basis of Hunt's handing in
his resignation the following morning.
or as soon as somebodv could be found
to nil the vacancy temporarily, and I
wncn the ex-Chief announced his inten
tion of quitting, it is understood the
Mayor got very busy with his tele
phone, scanning the field for somebody
to take his place permanently, but it is
evident the searcii was barren of re
sults, and that the best he could do
was to keep Gritzmacher "sitting on
the lid" for the time being, at least.
and there are those of the Captain's
friends who are imbued with the hope
that he win become glued to the post.
Praises Ex-Chief Hunt.
Lane had considerable praise for ex-
Chief Hunt in connection with his' car
rying out the recent orders relative to
the enforcement of tho box ordinance.
and also expressed satisfaction con
cerning the standard of excellence at
tained by the local police department
under his administration.
A crusade against a numerous class
of men infesting the city has been in
augurated under the direction of the
Mayor, who has issued Instructions to
the police department to arrest every
person known to be living- off the earn
ings of fallen women. This will havo
a tendency to drive them out of town.
and whether it does or not. it will not
be safe for any of them to remain here
any longer, because In case they do
tney will bo. confronted by a solemn
vow on the part of the municipal Chief
Executive to entertain them at tho
Several of the reforms lately Insti
tuted are meeting with unqualified en
dorsement, especially the regulation
prohibiting- policemen from wearing
white gloves except on dress parade.
This order was hailed with delight by
tne patrolmen, who are said to have
celebrated the event by an impromptu
bonfire, at which the offending wear
ing apparel played a leading part Tho
claim is made that the gloves were not
only an expensive luxury, but that they
were a serious handicap In case of
some sudden emergency requiring tho
use oi a revolver, it Being contended
that about two years ago ono of the
men of the force nearly lost his life on
this account while attempting to arrest
a desperate criminal, who shot tho offi
cer In the face before he could get his
weapon out of his pocket-
Politeness among the patrolmen will
also be a chief feature of the depart
ment nereafter. and It Is believed that
every encouragement will bo offered
In this direction. There has been a
good deal of complaint on this score.
heretofore, but It is thought that recent
orders may have a beneficial effect gen
erally along those lines.
No Influx of Crooks.
Last year It was predicted oulte free-
Llv .thai. JthsaJLlULlAKU. and; CiaxkEx-J
position opened it would bring- with It
an Influx of a miscellaneous assortment
of crooks from all parts of tho coun
try, and that holdups and robberies of
-various kinds would predominate to an
Contrary to general expectations, the
amount of crime actually committed
has been far below tbo average, even
for this law-abiding community, and
as a matter of fact, there has been
scarcely any offenses of gTeat magni
tude, or even of lesser importance, and
this is a remarkable showing considering-
that there are now within the
city's gates a floating population of
Those In a position to know, afflrm
that this condition of affairs- has not
been produced by any sudden quicken
ing of the moral pulse among the
criminal clement, but Is unquestionably
the outcome of vigorous measures on
the part of the local police department,
which, it is claimed, is better organ
ized and disciplined at tho present time
than at any period within the history
of the municipality.
About six months ago, ex-Chief Hunt
adopted a system of meeting all incom
ing trains, night and day, and bringing
to headquarters every suspicious char
acter, who was subjected to a rigid
catechism, and. unless the suspect was
able to give a good account of himselr,
he was exhibited to all the. patrolmen.
OF "THE HE1K APPARENT."
after which he was ordered out of town
under penalty of arrest if found upon
any of the bents.
AT THJE THEATERS
The Heir Apparent"
Rudolph II William Harris
Sir Krtlxe Geo. II. Berrell
Captain JUinf4p CXac. W. York
Baron Drlneas a. Neale
Richard Slaegel.... Frank Fanning
Srgcant Brew Lynton Atbey
Lad Brkvac Josle Balnea
Lady MfWoc Otave Ralph
Celeste Madge OTJell
The Princess Grace.. ..Gertrude Ferrle
BY A. A. G.
Portland as a producing center launched
another maiden effort at playwrltlng yes
terday, when Johnston McCulIey's roman
tic melodrama. "The Heir Apparent," was
given Its premiere by the Empire Stock
Company. One can best Judge of a play's
usefulness by Its effect on an audience,
the audlonco for which it Is Intended,
and by that method of reckoning Mr. Mc
CulIey's piece will successfully fulfill its
The reception accorded "Tho Heir Ap
parent" could not well have been more
cordial. Its telling situations, and they
are many, were seized upon, for the most
vigorous applnuso and curtain calls were
The play tolls a romantic story of In
trigue and love In the court of an Imag
inary klndom which must Ho somewhere
near the frontier of Zcnda. The king, a
widower, advanced in years', possesses a
beautiful daughter, but no male heir.
.Here is the dilemma, and the king seeks
a consort for his daughter. An irrepressi
ble New York newspaper man appears
Just In time to discover a revolutionary
plot of the wicked old prime minister,
who aspires to the throne. Of course the
correspondent falls In love with the
Princess, who looks with favoring eyes.
Civil war breaks out and the Chevalier
Bayard of the struggle Is the man of
news. Hp does heroic things for tho
unhappy king's cause, but to no further
ance of his suit. The king is himself
slain after he has awarded the hand of
his daughter to a valiant young, colonel
of the guard. The princess, now become
a queen, accepts tho decrco and sends her
lover away. So In a pathetic parting
scene the fourth act and the play ends.
For a first effort the piece Is surprising
ly good, and Its young author may well
feel encouraged to try dramatic writing
"The Heir Apparent" is reasonably well
acted and mounted by the Empire com
pany. Frank Fanning, the new leading
man. appears as "Stoegel," tho corre
spondent. Georgo Berrell sustains his
reputation well in the "heavy" role, while
Gertrude Perrle. who Is seen as the
Princess Grace, and Charles York as the
fortunate wooer give interesting per
formances. Yesterday's audience was large. Same
bill all week.
Murine Eye-Remedy carta eyes; makes vtak
Portland Honored With a Sec
WORK FOR PURE PRODUCTS
Organization Has for Its Efforts the
Prevention of the Use of Adul
terants In Manufactured
Foods for Consumption.
Portland has been signally honored
by the National Association of State
Dairy and Food Departments, which
will convene at the auditorium. Lewis
and Clark Exposition, at 1 o'clock this
afternoon, for the ninth annual con
vention. It is the first time that this
organization of the officials who have
charge of what is eaten and labor to
secure absolute purity in manufactured
products, have held a second conven
tion in any one state. Three years ago
today, the association was In conven
tion in Portland, and so Impressed wero
the members with the wonderful dairy
resources of the North Pacific Coast,
the beauty of Portland and hospitality
of citizens of Oregon,that it was voted
to return for the present meeting. The
State Dairy and Food Commissioner of
Oregon has labored diligently In "perfecting-
preparations for the conven
tion. Headquarters have been estab
lished at the American Inn. and the.
dally programmes have been so ar
ranged that after today all sessions
will be held during the morning hours,
leaving the visitors free to see the at
tractions of tho Exposition, take river
trips or otherwise devote their time
each afternoon and evening. Meetings
will be held all week, dally, closing
with the election of officers and an ex
ecutive business session Saturday.
Yesterday evening- a delegation of
about 75 representatives of the Dairy
and Food Departments of New England
and Eastern States arrived over the
Northern Pacific, after having made the
trip westward via the Canadian Pacific,
making stops at Banff,. Victoria and
Vancouver. B. C. They were met at
Goble by J. W. Bailey and other local
delegates, and immediately upon ar
rival In Portland were conducted to
the American Inn. The programme for
the week Includes address.es and papers
on almost ever phase of the subjects
coming under supervision of the de
partments of the various states, and is
calculated to be highly Instructive to
those whose work is directed In that
line and Interesting to the public that
consumes products of this character.
It is estimated that attendance will
approximate, from 150 to 200. the Pacific
Coast States being represented by
larger numbers than are more distant
sections of the country.
Officers of the association are: W.
W. McConnell. Minnesota, president; J.
B. Noble, Connecticut, vice-president:
C. P. Sherwood. South Dakota, second
vice-president: Albert E. Leach, Massa
chusetts, third vice-president, and R.
M. Allen. Kentucky, secretary.
The programme for today follows:
MONDAY. JULY 10, 10051 P. M.
Prayer Dr. E. L. House
Address of welcome. Hon. J. W. Bailey. Oregon
(On behalf of the State Dairy and Food De
partment.) Addrros of welcome
Dr. Harry Line. Mayor of Portland
(On behalf of the city.)
Addrtra of welcome
Hon. H. W. Goode. president LewU and
(On behalf of the Lewis and Clark Exposition.)
Respon.e...Hon. J. B. Noble. Hartford. Conn.
(On behalf of the association.)
Hon. W. W. P. McConnell. Mankato. Minn.
Reports of committees and officer; appoint
ment of committer.
WHERE JO DINE.
All tba delicacies or the season at the
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 205 "Wash., near Fifth.
The management of the Administration
Restaurant. Fair grounds, desiring to add
to the comfort of those who prefer to
bring their lunch, have provided tables on
the second floor of their building free to
the public Also free use of toilet and
washrooms, and free public telephone.
M. VONEY. Proprietor.
J. M. WALKER, Manager.
"Watson's Restaurant, open night and
day; only first-class family restaurant in
the city. 109 Fourth street, near Wash
ington. Crawfish at "The Empire." 192 3d street.
Ad. 3Icn's Convention.
Members of the Pacific Coast Advertis
ing Men's Association will meet at the
American Inn during the coming week In
annual convention. Ad. men will greet
their follow craftsmen from all parts of
the "West, and will listen to and discuss
papers on a wide range of subjects con
nected with the- profession.
Secretary Lewis H. Mertz, of the Pa
cific Association has been a busy man
for several weeks, arranging the pro
gramme for the convention, and giving
it the necessary publicity.
Tuesday has been set aside as Pacific
Coast ad. men's day, and Wednesday has
been designated Ad Men's Day." The
downtown rendezvous will be at the Com
mercial Club, and Tom Richardson Is
ono of the entertaining committee. The
Exposition headquarters are at the Amer
ican Inn, and the meetings will be held
in the hotel parlors.
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock will see
the preliminary meeting at the American
Inn. All members of the association, and
others in sympathy with Its purposes,- have
been invited. At 1 oclock In the after
noon, plans for the convention will bo
We have never yet sold Pianos and
Organs for as little prices as we are
offering them at just now, and it is
certain, too, that we will not soon
again assemble snch a large collection
of special art styles, such as are now
It is worth while to give this oppor
tunity a little serious thought. The
Pianos are the very finest that the
world affords Chickerings, "Webers,
Kimballs, Stecks, Hazeltons, Lesters,
Hobart M. Cables.
Come in and look them over. We
are prepared in this emergency sale
to make terms as low as $25 down and
$10 a month, and on some of.the still
less costly Pianos only $6.00 and $8.00
a month takes one.
Persons living at a distance may
safely purchase by telephone or letter,
as we agree to pay freight both ways
if instrument is not found satisfac
tory, or as represented. Eilers Piano
House, 351 Washington street, comer
AT THE TOP OF THE LIST FOR MERIT)
MOST OFTEN IMITATED
ROTHCH I LD BROS
Pianc coast jujxnti
Feifer's Union 5's
UNION MADE 5c CIGARS UNION MADE
POPULAR BECAUSE OF THEIR SUPERIOR
QUALITY AND FINE WORKMANSHIP.
THE ROSENFELD-SM ITH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco, PORTLAND, OREGON
133 SIXTH STREET
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT GOODS
LOEWEiNBERG & GOING C0. -SL
"Dlda't hurt a bit," Is tvhat they
Dr. "V. A. Vt'lm baa Juflt returned
from an extended tour of Eastern
dental lntltutlona, and those bav.
lnic their dental work dona by them
have the advantage of all new
and up-to-date methods.
Examinations free. Painless ex
tracting free when plates or bridges
Falling: bids:., cor. 3d and "Wash. ts.
Open evenings till 0 P. 2d. Sundays
from 0 to 12. Or Main 2029.
DR. T. P. WISE.
; In the new Hotel Oregon, corner Seventh and j
; Stark Streets. Orchestra every evening after ;
J six o'clock.
discussed, and advertising men, newspaper
men and business men have been asked
to be present.
Wednesday will sec two meetings at the
Inn. at which a large number of papers
will be discussed. Addresses will be made
by prominent ad. men of the Coast.
Thursday the visitors will be taken up
the Columbia River under tho guidance
of the Portland Ad. Men's League. This
organization was founded Inst March, and
is tepidly making itself felt In the business
life of Portland.
Park and Washington, Portland, Oregon
"The School of Quality"
MODERN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Open all the year. Catalogue free
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B.. PRINCIPAL
Do you love good music? You
can select your choice from a port
folio of 500 pieces of popular musla
of the world, and Professor Am
sterdam and hT3 Hungarian orches
tra will render It for you.
Everything to eat and drink, and
it costs no more In the
Portland Hotel Rathskeller
than elsewhere in the city. Every
weekday nlyht from 9:30 to 12.
A 312.00 FULL. SEX
asd Thursday, until S.
Xred Prehxs. D. D. S.
405 Deltsra Bldr
chwab Printing Co.
BEST K'ORZ. RZASOSABLZ PRICES
3 STARK STREET
IS BOTTLES SUsTwr In Bollut
TrUt alxe JS cents
"When you get under or in front of an
electric fan that means business the
onlj- kind that wo sell uid put up. It
saves its cost a hundred time3 oyer la
the saving- of brain matter. "We have
several sizes and styles, all good, but
varied to suit size of room, ditto ot
pocketbook. Call and see them.
Western Electric Works
No 61 Sixth Street. PORTLAND, OB!
Phone Main 1695.
Strain a cable beyond its resisting powers it breaks.
So it is with the eyes. A slight strain weakens them,
a continuous strain destroys their usefulness. Let us
care for vour vision in time to save it.
We are headquarters for
French ranges, portable
and brick set; cabinet bake
ovens, retinned and copper
restaurant utensils, steel
ranges and cook stoves.
A Protestant Boarding and Day
School for Girls
Certificate Admits to Smith. "Weilesley an5
Unusual Advantages in Music Piano, VIoUrt
and Vocal Flno Art Studio.
"Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
For Further Information Address
Julia P. Bailey, Principal
2209 PACIFIC AYE Nil E SPOKANE, WASH
An English and classical school. Fits boys
and girls for Eastern and Western colleges.
Offlco hours of tho principals during vaca
tion from 9 A. M. to 12 M. at the Academy
corner of Thirteenth and Harrison streets.
For catalogue address
JUL WA U KEE -DO WXK It COrXEGE.
For young ladles and girls. Full eollega
course. College preparatory, accredited hy.
Eastern and Western colleges and universi
ties. Music, art. elocution, domestic science)
with training school for teachers, gymna
sium, boating, bowling, tennis. Beautiful
home vrlth exceptional attention given tq
health, scholarly habits and social culture.
MISS E. C SABIN. President (Dept. J).
Is especially valuable during th
Summer season, when outdoor oc
cupations and sports are most tit
GRASS STAINS, MUD STAINS
and CALLOUS SPOTS
field to it, and It is particularly
agreeable when used in the bata
irter violent exercise.
GROCERS AND DRUGGIST
SB. W. A. WISE.