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THE MORNING OBEGONIAN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1905!
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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MARQUAM GRAXD THEATER tMerrlson .,
between 0th and 7th) Thie afternoon at 2-W
u'deek, t&nlght at 8:30. Xolb and Dill In
"L O. V."
BELASCO THEATER (14th and Washington)
Matinee at 2:15 and evening at S:15. a dra
matic version of "Carmen."
BAKER THEATER 3d .and raroblH) Con
tinuous vaudeville. 2.30. 7:3t and 8 P. M.
GRAND THEATER I Park and Washington) S
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Parle and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:20. 7:30. 9 F. M.
XRVTNGTON PARK TRACK Multnomah Fair
Association's race. First race starts 2.15
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR OUR BRANDS OP
THEY ARE THE BEST MADE
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PEASE. President
. 61-63-65-67 FOURTH ST. - PORTLAND, OR.
OREGOXIAX AT SUMMER RESORTS.
Orders given to any o the following agents
trill be clven careful attention. All mall sub
scriptions must be paid for In advance:
Long Beach Etrauhal & Co.
;aviow ....... Strauhal & Co.
The Breakers J. M. Arthur
Ocean Park a H. Htll
Seaside ....F. Dresser & Co.
Gtarhart ............. Kruse's Hotel
Newport , F. 1L Lane
Wllholt F. W. HcLeran
Collins Hot Springs a T. Belcher
Moffetffl Hot Springs T. Mottett
St. Martin's Sprlngs.Mlneral Sprgs. Hotel Co.
Vlthout a JUrxl
Worms Can't Stakd Saltpeter. J. C.
Rassmussen, a farmer and berry raiser
living on the Base Line Road, says that
the army worms are not so thick In that
district as in the Columbia Slough coun
try, but there are more than enough. Mr.
Rassmussen has had some experience In
defending his crops against the ravages
of these pests. Mr. Rassmussen recom
mends saltpeter diluted In water to save
cabbage, tomatoes and other green vege
tables from the worms -when once they
get Into the garden. Put a tablespoonfuj
'of saltpeter Into about two gallons of
water, and then sprinkle the heads ot
cabbage with the solution, and the worms
will not eat the cabbage.
Child Travels Across Continent.
Xiucllle Wooddy, 10 years old. Is on the
way to Portland from Mena, Ark., to
make her home with her aunt, Mrs. C. H.
McCullough, 954 Williams avenue, and Is
expected to arrive today. The little girl's
father died in June, her mother having
died some time ago. It had been ar
ranged that she should make her home
with Mrs. McCullough on the death of her
father, and she wrote her aunt that she
was Intending to start. However, Mrs.
McCullough did not know when to look
for the child to arrive until he read In
The Orcgonlari that Lucille had left Kan
sas City, and will watch for her little
Whipped bt Former Husband. Mrs.
Augusta M. Hayes, of 505 Dekum avenue,
whose face and body are badly beaten
as the result of a whipping administered
by her former husband. Joseph Hayes,
Thursday night, was taken to Bt. Vin
cent's Hospital yesterday afternoon from
the woman's ward In the City Jail by
orders of Assistant City Physician Slo
cum. On the advice of Chief of Police
Gritzmacher. Mrs. Hayes swore to a com
plaint against her former husband, charg
ing him with assault and battery and a
warrant was Issued for his arrest.
Called to Silvebton. Rev. Albs'n Es
son, pastor ofthe Rodney-Avenue (Alblna)
Christian Church, has accepted a call to
the Christian Church, of Sllverton. Mr.
Esson has been pastor of the Rodney
Avenue Church for the past four years,
and has been successful In building up
the work in that field. He has already
begun his work, and is assisting in evan
gelical work in Sllverton. Mr. Esson has
many warm friends. His main work at
the Rodney-Avenue Church was in paying
off a considerable debt and making needed
Ministerial, Convention Opens. At
the' city" of tents, the annual Evangelical
Convention camp meeting opened at Jen.
nlngs' Lodge yesterday with a sunrise
prayer-meeting. In which all those on the
grounds took part. Regular services
were opened at 9 A M. In the large tent.
"The Bible Meaning of Baptism and In
filling of the Holy Spirit" was the topic
by Morris Heverllng. Rev. Theodore
Shaur, of the Portland German Church,
gave an exposition of John xi:7. In the
afternoon and evening revival services
Demands Damages. W. H. Cruse, a
minor, by his father. L C. Cruse, has
commenced suit in jthe East Side Justice
Court to recover $a damages and costs
from George Underbill. It Is alleged in
the complaint that TJnderhlll owned a
pair of unbroken bronchos, which he
hitched to a wagon and placed in charge
of an Inexperienced boy. While in charge
of the youth the horses ran away and
collided with a horse owned by the de
fendant, damaging the animal to the
amount sued for.
New Bond Election Xot Considered.
Mayor W. H. King, of Si. Johns, said
yesterday evening that there had been
no consideration of holding a new bond
election in the near future, as has been
reported. The Mayor hopes that the
present municipal bonds will be taken
by the Chicago bidders, and is awaiting a
reply from them. "I have not said any
thing about another bond election." said
Mayor King, "and have no Idea where the
Was Member or Multnomah Camp.
The body of Conrad Wintersteln, who
was accidentally killed near Arlle, Polk
County, was brought to Portland yester
day, and will be sent to New York for
Interment He was a member of Mult
aomah Camp, No. 77. East Side. His
death was caused by being dragged 2001
yards by a goat, having a rope fastened
around his wrist and" being unable to
A. & C. R. R. Seaside Special. A. &
C. R. R.
2:30 P. IS.. Union Depot 2:S0 p. m.
2-Dat Round Trip Tickets 2-dat
Onlt $2.50 Onlt.
2o Transfers. No Delats. No Dust.
C A. Stewart, Aot., 248 Alder St
Countt Employes Plat Ball.-a game
?l between teanis picked from
the- Sheriff s and Assessor's deputies will
be played at Multnomah Field Saturday
August 12, commencing at 3 o'clock P m!
The receipts will be given to the Baby
Home. Tickets are on 6alc at Rowe &
Martin's drug store, corner of Sixth and
Washington streets, for 5 cents each.
Young Girl Disappears. Maude Rust,
the 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. J. Rust,
living at -426 Grand avenue, took her de
parture from home a few davs ago with
out her parents' consent She left a note
saying she was going to California. Her
mother thinks she is In hiding somewhere
about the city and intends to wed a man
who lives at Ockley Green, on the Pen
insula, when opportunity offers.
W. O. W. W. O. W.
Woodmen or the World.
Columbia River Excursion.
Dancing Barge. Refreshments.
Alder-St. Dock, s o'clock A. M
Tickets. 75c. can be secured at dock or
W. O. W. Hall, 10th and Wash. St
For San Francisco Direct, the elegant
steel steamship "Redondo" sails Satur
day, at 8 P. M. First-class, 512; steerage
IS: meals and berth Included. C h!
Thompson, agent No. 128 Third St
Estacada Has New Bank. The Esta
cada Bank has just Opened its doors. W.
A. Helman Is the cashier in charge.
For Sale. Handsome new 8-room resi
dence.. with or without furn. 527 Kearney.
The Calvmet Restaurant -43 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. 25c; dinner. 60c.
Live Minnows for bass fishing at Beal'a
Gunstore. 49 Third street
Official Spoons have Pre. Goode'a slg. I
BLUMAUER & HOCH
108 and 110 Fourth Street
9al Distributers for Oregon aaft WaafelBfttaa.
ARE ABSOLUTELY FRF
From foreign sounds. No grate or rasp. A trial will
convince. Call and .hear cne played. We have
special clerks to show them.
GRAVES' MUSIC STORE
328 Washington Street. Bet. 6th and 7th
$ 10, $20
Business Science Club. A club with
the title, "Business Science Club," was
organized last night at the Alisky Hall,
with about 50 members. The following
were elected officers: President, R. L.
Da r row; first vice-president, W. H. Be
harrel; second vice-president Ira F.
Powers; treasurer, H. J. McAfee; secre
tary, i, H. N. Clausen; directors, W. P.
Olds. H. G. Colton, I. Gevurtr. F. E.
Beach. H. D. Kllham, W. D. Palmer. The
club Is organized for the purpose of fur
thering the interests of education In
business and helping to elevate salesman
ship to rank with the professions.
Inspect Klamath Project. F. H.
Newell, chief engineer .of the United
States Reclamation Service, and George
Y. Wiener, consulting engineer, passed
through Portland last night on their way
to Kamath Falls to Inspect the Klamath
project. They will meet several other
prominent engineers there and possibly
Governor Pardee, of California, and Gov
ernor Chamberlain. It Is the hope of En
gineer No wo! I that the lands will be
signed up as soon as possible, so that
work can be commenced in the near
Site for Exchange. The Automatic
Telephone Company has purchased prop
erty at the southwest corner of Burnslde
and West Park streets for the erection
of a building to cover 115x100 feot The
structuro will be of brick, three stories
high. It will be fireproof and will cost
in the neighborhood of $7,D. It is said
that the switchboards alone will cost
about $200,000. So far about 5000 residents
have subscribed for the now phones
Blood Poiwjnino Fatal. Mrs. Eliza
beth Fleishman Aschhelm. of San Fran
cisco, wife of L J. Aschhelm, secretary
of the B'nai E'rith district grand lodge
In rhat city, and who has been well
known all over the country for her work
in X-ray demonstration, passed away on
Thursday evening from an operation
which was necessitated through poisoning
of her arms in connection with her" X-ray
Kansas Editors Coming. Members of
the Kansas Editorial Association and
members of their families to the number
of 125 will arrive- In Portland Monday
evening. Advertising Agent Hall, of the
O. R. & N., will meet the party at Hunt
ington and escort them across the state
on a special train. At The Dalles they
will leave the train to make the trip
down the Columbia by steamer.
Dr. Sheldon Will Not Preach at
the Exposition. Dr. C. M. Sheldon, the
distinguished author and preacher, will
preach at the First Presbyterian Church
tomorrow morning at 10:30 A. M., Instead
of at the Exposition in the afternoon.
Mr. Harold V. Milllgan will- give a short
organ recital in the evening and the pas
tor. Rev. Edgar P. Hill, D. D., will
August Erickson Arrested. August
Erlckson was arrested by Policeman Gal
braith last night for permitting a concert
in his saloon at Second and Burnslde
streets. The prisoner deposited 5100 cash
ball, and was released. He will appear
before Municipal Judge Cameron today.
He proposos to test the ordinance prohib
iting concerts in saloons.
Street-Grading Permit. The Inde
pendent Gas Company has been granted a
permit by the City Engineer for the Im
provement of Hawthorne street between
the south line of Belmont street at a
point 10) feet south thereof by grading
100 feet to the established grade.
Opium Den Raided. Sergeant of Police
Hogeboom last night raided an opium
den at 185 Second street and arrested the
proprietor. Ah Ylm. and Jim Tuley, a
white man. This is the third time Tuley
has been caught In a den within the past
Short River Excursions to Oregon
City and return Sunday for 25 cents. No
better way to spend three hours. It's a
trip one never tiros of. Boats from ,Tav
lor street S:3b. 9:30. 11:30 A. M.. 1:30. 3:305
P. M.; last trips back. 5:30 and 6:30 P. M.
The Crime of Being Rich Rev, s. O.
Lapham. of the Second Baptist Church,
will speak tomorrow on. tho "Crime of
Being Rich," answering pome of the re
cent criticisms against John D. Rocke
feller. Unitarian Church. Services Sunday
at 11 A. M.. Rev. Dr. Eliot officiating.
Aug. 13. Rov. Fred Alban Well. Chicago.
Chicago Man Missing. C. C. Edwards,
of Chicago, here to visit the Fair, was
reported to Captain of Police Moore last
night as missing since early morning. His
wife fears foul play, and requested that
the city be searched. She said her hus
band wore valuable diamonds and had
some money when he left home, and she
fears he may have been robbed.
A. P. Allen, editor of the Volga (S. D.)
Tribune, is visiting at the home of Coun
cilman P. J. Peterson, of St Johns.
Professor A. L. McCauley. of Santa
Barbara, Cal.. arrived In Portland yes
terday to spend a week or ten days visit
Mr. and Mrs. M. C Porter and daugh
ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Porter, of
California, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Porter, of Estacada.
Rev. H. L. Pratt presiding elder United
Evangelical Church, Portland district
living on the East Side, Is taking a vaca
tion In the Willamette Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Petre and Mrs.
George McGreen. of Iowa, and Arthur
Overn, of Biumcs, Mont,, arc the guests
of A. S. Douglas, of the Peninsula.
Andrew Jensen, a tobacco manufacturer
from the East, as the guest of Rev. Mr.
Hagoes. on East Tenth and Grant streets.
He comes to see the Exposition and the
Mrs. Elizabeth Perry, a pioneer of Yam
bill and Columbia Counties, is a guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Brouse, at University
Park. Mrs. Perry came to Oregon in
1S45, settling first In Yamhill, and then in
14S moved to Columbia County. Although
78 years old, Mrs. Perry is In good health,
and enjoys seeing the Exposition with
the enthusiasm of youth.
Charles E. Moody, general manager of
the United States Improvement & Invest
ment Company, of San Francisco, is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Brown, on Washington street Mr.
Moody Is interested in a plan now being
promoted in San Francisco to move
Chinatown to the shore of the bay in
South San Francisco, and renovate the
place now .occupied In the central part
of the city, making it one of the principal
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WHERE JO DINE.
All th delicacies ot the season at -the
Portland Rcstanrant fine, private apart
ments for parties. 205 Wash., near Fifth.
When in Seattle, "The Rathskeller,"
a high-class place to eat Sea food;
Eastern meats. Large orchestra dally.
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c,
at 33 Fifth street near Stark.
Crawfish at "The Empire." 1S2 3d street
Launch Fix leaves Morrison street Mer
rill's boathouse, to Clareraont 10, 12 A. M.,
2, 4. 6:30. 8:15 P. M. Returning 11 A. M.;
L 3, 5. 7:30, 11:30 P. M.
Hood's Sarsapanlla purifies the blood
and strengthens tne wboZo system.
It is no small comfort to
have Schilling's Best on call
at your grocer's; a pity one
can't get everything such and
A J12.00 FULL SET
.a&d Thursday, until S.
Fred Pre ha. D. D. 8.
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No mistakes are made In diagnosing
your case and Jrugglng you for months
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Allsky Buildiii, Tab aad Xorrtoea Street.
Ofice Xew: 8:20 A. X. ta 8 P. M.
Saaaars, 11 to 2.
Teleaaoac Msia 27M.
These suits have many distinctive features. They -have
that tailor-made appearance so different from
most Business and Outing Suits in ready-to-wear
lines. They are of the highest class workmanship
and sterling quality fabrics included are Rogers,
Peet & Co.'s and Brokaw Bros'. Prices are the
lowest such clothing has ever been offered at
$12.85, $14,85, $18.00, $22.00
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A surpassingly fine line of imported Silks just arrived.
They are the acme of fashion for earliest Fall. Beautiful
color combinations and becoming shapes
Fall Opening of
The careful dresserwill be glad to know of the arrival of
the famous Youman Hats. The correct styles for the sea
sonFall '05 are now on display. We arc sole .agents.
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The Greatest Clothing House in the Northwest.
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Feifer's Union 5's
UNION MADE 5c C5GARS UNION MADE
POPULAR BECAUSE OF THEIR SUPERIOR
QUALITY AND FINE WORKMANSHIP.
THE ROSENFELD-SMiTH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco, PORTLAND. OREGON
May not count, but it is a big mistake,
and often a serious one, to wrong a pa
tron's eyes with misfit glasses. We never
make this mistake.
133 SIXTH STREET
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1856
What a secure feeling this gives
you when you buy a
Our appeal to you is in
Over 25,000 musical friends this ?
A call before you decide on your J
' Eiano is all we ask.
J. Frederick Kessler, Pres.
Cash or Easy Payments. J
Ssi CalifniU Cialani HUttra Is x great rssror
lavif oilier aod aerrice. The raostyroadcfol
aphrodiiiac aad sped! tonic for tbe sexaal orxass
ot both tests. TV? Mexican reaedjr (or diseases d
lin Ulacrs and bUrfdcr. Sells en its oa taeHts.
NABER. ALPS & BRUNE. Agists
S3 Mirfctt St., San Fraacuco. Send tec dicclar.
For sale by all dreprisu or Sqcor dealers.
We have a complete stock of Disc and Cylin
der Records for use on all disc or cylinder
talking- machines. Catalogues on application.
545 TVaahlnrtoa St. Portland. Or.
Prepares for "West vPolnt
and other Eastern Col
leges. A home boardlnr
school for boys, giving ex
cellent military training
and thorough scholastic
work. Personal attention
given each pupil with the
aJm to Inspire lofty Ideals
of scholarship, sound judg
ment and In every way to
prepare boys for business
and professional life. Lo
cated on Lake Stellacopra.
S miles south of Tacoraa.
For circular and full infor
mation address D. S. Pul
ford, Prln.. So. Tacoma,
Wash. R. F. D. No. 1.
Xl.HB ALL HALL
239 to U3 Wafcasa
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Diploma, ueruncatea. rree ana partial
Falltem NraijuSepLll. M05. Catalcgoa
DKIVERSITY OF OREGON
Nineteenth annual session begins Sept. 13,
Address S. E. JOSEPHI. 3f. X., Dean. 010
Dekum bldg.. Portland.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Capital $8,700,000. Rest $3p00,000.
Portland Branch, 244 "VTashipgton Street,
E. A. "Wyld, Manager.
TRAVELERS' LETTERS OP CREDIT
Available in all parts of the "world.
118 Branches in Canada and the United States.
SAN FKANCISCO SEATTLE
VICTORIA VANCOUVER NANALMO
NEW WESTMINSTER DAWSON (Yukon)'
Drafts Issued on Any Branch.
Transfers of money to or from any part of
Canada by letter or telegram.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
DR. TV. A. WISE.
TVs do crown and brldgework without pain.
Our 18 years experience in plate -work
enables us to fit your mouth comfortably.
Dr. W. A. "Wise has found a safe way to
extract teeth absolutely -without pain. Dr.
T. P. Wise la an. expert at gold filling
and crown and brldgework. Extracting free
when plates or bridges are ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Falling Building, cor. Third and "Wash. Sts.
Open evenings till 0 o'clock. Sundays from
9 to 12. Or Main 2020.
DR. T. p. vnsz.
Poor property, apparently need no Alad
din's lamp to make them desirable. Tha
only rubbing they need la one with a
brushful of paint, the sort you secura
here ready to apply, of any color, tint
or shade your fancy, or your wife's, may
choose. The cost of paint wont bejin
to measure the Increased value or yotir
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
Front and Morrison Streets
Hotel St. Francis
Special Rates for the
Full mformah'on can bet obtained by
writing or wiring (at our expense) to
JAMES WOODS, MANAGER
The Seaside House
Is now open to guests.
FIrat-Clasa Service la Every Way.
Beautiful. Walks and Drives on the
With Baatlaa; as Flsalag- Tjassraassea'
Free bus meats all trains.
Sea "View's select boarding cottage TbaS
only home open for the public dlrectly
laclns the ocean. First-class table. Tran
sients accommodated. Address MRS. E.
A. PERCY. P. O. Box 9, Ilwaco. Wesh-
W1LHOIT SPRINGS STAGE
Leaves Oregon City dally, except Sundays, at
9:30 A. SI. Fare $1.50. Oregon City oSJea,
next door io Oregon Water Power Cc'a depot
$chwab Printing Co
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