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THE SCOTCHING- OKEGONIAN. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
33IE OBEGOJOAJOS TELEPHONES.
Count lng-Rocm ..................Main 667
Uarmglnr Editor Mala 636
Sunday Editor Main 6235
City Editor Main 106
Society Editor Main 6235
Composing-Room ............Main 6S5
Superintendent Building .....Bed 2S20
East Side Office East 61
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison ...
between 8th and 7th) TonJght at 8:20
o'clock. "Wilton Lackaye In "The Pit."
BEX. A SCO THEATER (Hth and Washington)
Matinee at 2:15 and evening at 8:15, "Har
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15 and at 8:15 P. M., "Escaped
from the Harem."
BAKER THEATER (Third and Tamhlll)
Matinee at 2:15 and at 8:15 P. M.. Crom
weirs Brigadier 'Burlesquers In "The "Wise
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. II.
'THE OAKS" (on the O. TV. P. U By. Cos
line) From 9 A. M. to 1 A. M.
RECREATION PARK (24th and Vaughn) At
1J A. M. and 8 P. 1L, baseball. Portland
Bulted His Best Fkiend. A. W. Cur
ry, H. H. Pomeroy, Dr. McKorklo and
Barn Penney ivore driving out to Welch's
rort on a fishing trip last week, and as
they were passing over the Deep Creek
bridge an accident happened which dis
turbed the peace of mind of one of the
party for the remainder of the trip. Mr.
Poraoroy was seated in front, and A. W.
Curry occupied a rear seat Just behind.
All four of the party were enjoying the
pcoaery Immensely. Curry kept touching
the occupants of the front seat and call
ing their attention to points of interest.
Ftawlly, in order to get Mr. Pomeroy's
attention he plucked at his hair. To Mr.
Curry's horror and amazement, both Mr.
Pomeroy's hat and hair came off and
wer flung into the swiftly running waters
of Deep Creek, and he was as bereft of
hair on the top of his head as when born.
"Great heavens! I have scalped him!
Stop the wagon. His hair is floating off!"
yelled Curry. After much trouble the
talr was fished .out of the stream, the
crawfish disengaged and it was restored
to the owner. Mr. Curry was very quiet
for some time after the accident.
Milwaukie Has Monet. The recent
raids of the Mllwaukle Clubhouse and the
arrest of the owner and several others,
caught in the act of gambling, has not in
the least dampened the ardor of the own
ers of that resort, who are making Im
provements to the. building and grounds.
The park fence has been whitewashed and
the building has been greatly Improved
lntd and outside. The location of this
clubhouse at Mllwaukle has enabled that
municipality to lay up money In the treas
ury, thorc being about $700 on hand, for
electric lights, sidewalks and the repair
of bridges and streets. It will not be
aeeeeeary to levy any tax at Mllwaukle
next year, as there will be enough money
on hand to run the city from licenses
alone. The only trouble will be to find
out what to do with the money that is
accumulating In the treasury. There will
be a city election in December, and It is
now said in Mllwaukle that "William
Schtadler can be re-elected, if lie wants
to be Mayor again, as the people approvo
of this accumulation of cash.
Ckibf Holden Makes Map. District
Engineer Holden has prepared a map
snowing the disposition of the Arc cn
stnoe, number of streams used, location
of water mains, gas pipes and everything
in connection with the recent Cast Side
fire, to show the full situation and what
the Fire Department had to contend with.
This map shows the elevated roadway,
both those open and those condemned. In
this district the water mains are all small,
as indicated on Mr. Holden's map, being
four and six-inch pipe. The roadways
averaged over 20 feet high, and formed
an undcrdraft that spread the. fire in
every direction. District Engineer Holden
wiys that7 occupants of the buildings were
very carbines, throwing rubbish to the
hapexaent of the flimsy structures, which
acted as feed for the progress of the fire.
Two Games Todat, 10:30 and 3:00.
Two Gaiihr Todat. 10:30 and 3:00.
Jwr Place to Spend Labor Dat.
The Workinoman's Opportonitt.
America's Greatest Patriotic Game.
Go Where the Crowds Go.
TtaxBMBHR. Two Games. Todat.
Hbcreation Park, 24th and Vaughn.
Bio Postal Record. Business of Sta
tion A, on Union avenue, opened two
months ago, continues to increase. W. S.
Halvor. superintendent, gives the follow
ing figures: Stamps sold in August. $1200;
S4 domestic money orders, $2335.77; IS in
ternational orders, $471.58; 100 orders for
Btnounts footing up to $1294.21; registered,
19 pieces. Mr. Halvor reports a steady
Increase in the amount of business trans
acted. For August, one of the dullest
months of the year, the showing is con
Child Suffers Frightful Accident.
The skull of Nina Hayward. a 10-year-old
girl, was fractured Saturday after
noon and her brain was pierced by a
stick, upon which she fell from the bank
near the O. R. C. ferry. She was playing
with a companion when the accident oc
curred. She was taken to Good Samari
tan Hospital, where the bones In her
skull were raised. Although she was rest
ing quietly yesterday. It is thought that
she cannot recover.
Fbark Threats and Has Man Arrest
bo. Fearing that her life was in danger,
Mrs. Miller, of 0 Grand avenue, caused
the arrect of George Hallowen yesterday
afternoon. Hallowen had two revolvers
tn his possession, and it Is alleged by Mrs.
Milter that he repeatedly threatened to
Mow her brains out with them. Hallowen
was arrested by Patrolman John Lee.
Tramplsd to Death Bt Team. John
Carlson, a teamster for Contractor
Charles Cook, was fatally Injured In an
accident on Cabol street Saturday morn
ing, by being thrown from his seat on a
wagon. He was trampled on by the
horses and dragged on the street for sev
eral yards. He died several hours after
botng taken to Good Samaritan Hospital.
Child Run Over Bt Buoot. A S-year-oM
child oUG. A. Lindell. of 253 Sacra
mento street, was run over by a horse
and buggy yesterday afternoon near the
child's home. It sustained many bruises,
none of which are serious. Ray Barker
and Dora Keener occupied the buggy.
Rubsjsllville School Opens Septem
nsR 11. The Russell vlllc School, on the
Base Line road, will open Monday, Sep
tember 11. with the following teachers:
Principal. Professor DeVItte. of Browns
ville. Or.: assistants. Miss Stewart, Miss
Powell and Miss Perkins.
Lawns and Flowers Burned Up. The
Summer Is closing at Mount Tabor, this
year, with the beautiful lawns at most
of the homes In that suburb scorched and
brown with the heat of the sun, from lack
Portland Academt. On and after Sep
tember 4, the principals will be at the
academy from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 2
to 4 P. M., for the enrollment of students,
old and new. Fall term will open Sep
Portland vs. Vancouver, B. C,
Todat, 3 P. M.
Steamship Alliance sails from Ccuch
rtreet dock for Coos Bay and Eureka
Tuewlay night, September C, at E. F. P.
Bauxngartner. agent. Main 86L
Vert Cheap. "Would sell dental prac
tice, chair, engine and some furnishings.
Corner Washington and Second sts.
The Calumet Restaurant, 149 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. S5c; dinner. Hte.
OrrxoAZ. Spooks have Pres. Goede's sic.
Da- Exxrr has returned. Russell bid.
, . JNWTTXt act Ul4 aWt Ta4 ttUfttttm,
Working Girls Find Good Home. The
home lor working girls of Portland es
tablished by the Volunteers of America,
at 3S5 Cast Ankeny street, in charge of
Captain Arents and wife, is proving a
success and a boon to girls working for
low wages. They are afforded the com
forts of a home and are charged only $2.50
per week, which covers the cost and
something over. The only difficulty ex
perienced Is that the building occupied Is
not large enough to accommodate all the
girls who are seeldi.g Just such a place to
live, and many are turned away. Only
about IS arc accommodated. In tho future
a building planned expressly for this work
Is contemplated. In connection with the
home Captain Arents has a free employ
ment agency, and through it he has se
cured Jobs for several girls. Several in
stances have occurred where young girls
have been taken in and helped to get a
start, who otherwise would have been
turned out in the street.
Improving Car Service. Four years
ago the Oregon Water Power & Railway
Company accepted the Mount Scott Rail
way as a gift, on condition that the com
pany would make it an electric line. At
first, cars were run every hour, then every
40 minutes, then every 30 minutes, until
cars arc now operated every 15 minutes.
Recently the cars morning and evening
have been so crowded that the public de
manded relief, with the result that the
company now operates several trailers
with heavy motor-cars. It Is announced
that the company will build double tracks
to Lents, and extend the reservoir branch
south to a connection with the main line,
making connection near the Powell Val
Farmers' Sons Have "Blind Pig."
Farmers and residents In the vicinity of
Russellville seem to think that a "blind
pig' has been established Domewherc In
tho brush in that neighborhood, and farm
ers' sons are being supplied with bad
whisky. One of these resorts Is said to
be located near the Section Line road in
the brush, but so well concealed Is it that
the Irate farmers, have not been able to
find it. or it would have been demolished
by this time. One man, a farmer, re
ports that his son came home intoxicated
more than once last week.
Two Games Todat, 10:30 and 3:03.
Two Games Todat, 10:30 and 3:03.
Just Place to Spend Labor Dat.
The Workwoman's Opportonitt. '
America's Greatest Patriotic Game.
Go Where the Crowds Go.
Remember. Two Games Todat.
Recreation Park, 24th and Vaughn.
Wagon Sheds for Milwaukie. Mll
waukle Grange, Patrons of Husbandry,
has started a movement to make Mllwau
kle a farmers' center. It proposes to
build on a public place a shed 100x25, for
use of farmers of Clackamas County who
go to Portland, usually by wagon. With
such quarters for their horses and vehi
cles they could leave their teams in Mll
waukle and come to Portland by the elec
tric car, the same as is done at Monta
villa. Subscription papers are being cir
culated to raise money with which to
build the farmers' quarters.
Car Blockades Traffic Car 103, on
the Sixteenth-street line, blockaded the
service for a few minutes yesterday af
ternoon, as the crowds were returning
from the ball game. The fuse blew out a
couple of times, but the break was re
paired, when the armature burned out.
scattering fire in every direction. A small
panic reigned among the passengers for
a moment, until the cause was ascer
tained. The "dead" car blockaded the
track at Sixteenth and Washington streets
for a short time, until it was pulled out
of the way.
Will Dedicate New Church. The new
Methodist Episcopal Church In Univer
sity Park will be dedicated next Sunday
morning by Bishop W. F. McDowell, who
comes to preside at the annual conference.
He will preach In the morning and dedi
cate the building. Rev. J. Coleman, pres
ident of Willamette University, will
preach in the evening. The new church,
with the furniture, represents an expen
diture of about $5500. Rev. D. A. Waters
is the pastor.
Church Has New Pewb. New and
handsome pews have been received from
the Fast, and are now being placed in tho
auditorium of the Central Baptist Church,
East Twentieth and Ankeny streets. Car
pet costing $600 will also be laid this
week, and the 'new church will be dedi
cated next Sunday. No services were held
yesterday because of the Improvements
Visitors who are interested in China
town and Josschurch want Chinese guide.
No. i, Fourth-Burnside (Jan Tork).
Labor Dat. Our place of business, cor
ner Fourth and Morrison. Is closed all
any luuu.). a. x. dicihuuui . u.
CHASE IS STILL MISSING
Wanted as Witness to Shooting: of
Portland detectives arc in a quandary
to know what has become of F. R. Chase,
night bartender for Kaspar van Dran,
and the most important witness for the
prosecution in the case of Van Dran
against Joe Toung, which will be tried
in the Superior Court Tuesday. Young
will be tried on a charge of shooting Van
Dran. Not a trace so far has been found
of where Chase has gone.
"Do you think influence has been
brought to bear to have Chase leave
town?" Chief Gritxmacher was asked.
"Well, from what I can learn. It looks
pretty much that way," said the Chief.
With the disappearance of Chase, ru
mors .arc being bandied about among the
detectives that Chase knowB something
about the murder of Mrs. Van Dran.
None of tho detectives, however, will
consent to be Interviewed on -the Van
Dran murder mystery, saying publicity
will only hurt the chances of a capture.
Chief Grltzmacher said yesterday that
the department had not given up hope
that the murderer would be found event
ually. The detective force, however, has
dropped back to routlno business, and
outside of the wornout theories, nothing
new has been advanced.
WHERE TO DINE.
All the 'delicacies of the season at
the Portland Restaurant, fine, private
apartments for parties. Open all night
305 Washington, near Fifth.
When in Seattle, "The Rathskeller.
& high-class place to eat. Sea food;
Eastern meats. Large orchestra dally.
Genuine French dinner, with wine, too,
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Crawfish at The Empire. 192 Sd stroot.
Launch Fox leaves foot Morrison
street, Merrill boathouse, 2, 4, 6:30, :30
Mrs. Glllihan Passes Away.
Mrs. Thomas S. Glllihan died at her
home near Vancouver. Wash., Monday,
August 2S, after three months' illness. She
was born in Tennessee December 20, 1826,
and has been a resident of the West for
twenty-nine years, part of the time living
In Multnomah County.
Mrs. Glllihan was the mother of 15
children. There were 25 grandchildren
and 15 great-grandchildren. Five children
are living: Mrs. Isabella Zeck, of Barton,
Or.; Mra Annie Earnest, of Vancouver;
Mrs. Jennie Baker, of Meacham, Or.;
Isaac and George, of Portland. The
funeral services were held at the First
M. E. Churyh of Vancouver, and were
c64uctH fey iUv. J. T. JCcQtwen.
AT THE THEATERS
-A Wise Guy."
Spike Hennessey Edmund Hayes
Con Bncte... ....Frank E. MaeNlea
Tom Upton, alias Lrdla. Pinksara..
"Willie Swaycoll "William PreaUce
Tommy Tintype Robert Kuhn
LofJ Get the Coin Charles Kuan
Henry Hopper Eddie Johnson
"Walter William Lester
Gertie Wonderbllt Arte!- Palmer
Maud Busse Blanche 3.fford
Hosl May Grant
Josie Ina Bufford
By A. A. G.
The second week of burlesque at the
Baker commenced yesterJay, "The
Brigadiers" being the attraction. The
offering is better than that which be
gan the season a week ago. Its princi
pal merit being- in the vaudeville num
bers which make up a considerable
portion of the performance.
This week's skit is "A Wise Guy."
reasonably witty' and reasonably mu
sical. There are a dozen principals in
the cast and a chorus which danced and
sang to the extent of winning; favor
with the audience.
Edmund Hayes, principal comedian,
got his laughs regularly enough while
Adele Palmer and Blanche BufforU Jus
tified their featuring in the Important
feminine roles. Thero Is about the same
degreo of connection of Incident
throughout the show that one expects
In musical farce and the Interest tn
the preposterous adventures of th
characters Is enough to hang the music
and Jokes upon.
The three Kuhns and the Prentice
family of acrobats do excellent turns
and pleased the Baker patrons Im
mensely. The Kuhns should be award
ed medals for their inimitable singing
of coon songs, accompanying them
selves with guitars and mandolins.
They were recalled time and again and
If "The Brigadiers" had nothing olse
to offer than this turn there could be
no Just complaint about a money's
worth. The Prentices are as good In
tho acrobatic line as most any who
travel the vaudeville route. The open
ing medleys which start things going"
In each of the two acts were the best
chorus numbers. There will be a Labor
day matinee today and the usual af
ternoon and night performances during
PREDICTS BIG GATAGLYSM
DR. X. F. ItAVLIh' ADDRESSES
Declares Rich and Exalted Shall Be
Lowered and 3Ieek and
The State Spiritualists' Association was
formed at Saturday's meeting of the
members of that denomination from var
ious parts of the state, four of the six
societies in Oregon being represented.
The organisation elected the following
officers. President, Benjamin. F. Ather
ton; vice-president, Mrs. Sophie B. Seip;
secretary. Henry W. Behnkc; treasurer,
Mrs. Dcane: delegate to the National
Association, Rev. J. E. Love. Dr. Love
is the retiring president of the order,
having served two terms In that ca
pacity. The Spiritualists held three gatherings
yesterday, which were well attended. In
the Sunday morning meeting. President
Atherton, Mrs. A. Armstrong, Mrs. Deane,
Mr. Farrell and Colonel C A. Rcld de
livered short speeches on the progress of
The afternoon session was taken up
with short lectures by Ira Taylor, Ros
coe Coon, Mrs. Roscoc Coon, and Dr.
N. F. Ravlin, after which several demon
strations by mediums In attendance were
given. The members of this organization
emphatically state that they will not
countonance anything resembling fradu
lent experiments In the work at their
.'The evening was taken up with Dr. N.
F. Ravlln's dissertation on "The Near
Approach of a Great Spiritual Awaken
ing Such as Has Never Been Known on
This Planet." Dr. Ravlfn's sermon lasted
about an hour, during which he exhorted
his hearers to prepare for the giant cata
clysm that Is shortly to befall mankind,
during which those who are rich and hold
exalted positions shall be lowered, and
those who are meek and lowly shall
be elevated, and all men, great or small,
shall be placed on an equal plane. This
will come to pass, according to the
speaker, not through the plana- evolved
by the socialistic fraternity, but by the
inception of spiritualistic doctrines into
the progenlty of the future. People of
today are harder to convince than those
of a hundred or more years ago, and
the speaker claims that it will take
time and the utmostrefforts of the faith
ful to accomplish this end, for It will
eventually come to pass, as the signs of
unrest and dlslntegrlty now existing
among the human race are forerunners
of this mighty awakening. The remarks
of Dr. Ravlin were attentively listened to
by those present, after which Rev. J. C
Love preached a short sermon, which
concluded the meeting.
LOW EXCURSION RATES EAST.
On September 16. 17, the Great Northern
Railway will sell excursion tickets to Chi
cago and return, $7L50; St. Louis and re
turn. $57.50; St. Paul, Minneapolis and
Duluth and return. $60.00. tickets good for
going passage for 10 days; final return
limit, 90 days; good going via Great
Northern Railway, returning same or Any
direct route; stop-overs allowed going and
For tickets and additional Information
call on or address H. Dickson. C. P. &.
T. A.. Great Northern Railway, 122 Third
When you suffer from sick headache,
dizziness, constipation, etc.. remember
Carter's Little Liver Pills will relieve you.
One pill is a dose. .
Harnett's Extract of Vanilla
Has taken it old medals over all other brands.
CASTOR I A
Tot Infanti and Children.
The Klni You Hm Always Bcught
If every pair of Gor
don Gloves, were
made to measure
They might fit closer
they couldn't fit
thoroughly well made
farXarWM vL X.KU
"Escaped From the Harem.
Mabel Pace Laurette Taylor
Florence Pace AHlean ilsy
Charles Barton Albert Hall
Renaluo Asara ...EH win Fox
Mark Diablo Will N. Webb
Captain Clawbonny. William I. Baynore
Rev. Hiram. Pace Edwin Kellle
Zambar Charles It. Allen
Cabbie H- 8. Mack
Johnny Cash ....W. R. Bailey
Orricer Fred Wilson
Shaker W. K, Dailey
Cenco Harry Babb
Barkeeper at the Gaiety Club
J. H. McDaniels
Newsboy Little Biythe Baynore
By A. A. G.
It is safe to venture that "Escaped
From the Harem." which opened for a
week at the Empire yesterday Is about
the swiftest melodrama that ever scudded
by. The action of the piece is so rapid
that a moving-picture machine is slow as
a Dutch windmill by comparison. Tho
thrills follow so fast that the Impression
able audience is kept busfer than a green
baseball umpire and the villains and
villalnesses In the piece get Just about
the same that the umpire gets before the
warring factions of good and evil finish
the last act.
Boiling In oil Is about the only kind
of punishment that the actors in this
hurry-up call do not inflict on each
other. Abductions, robberies, fisticuffs,
cutting affrays and gun-plays happen so
often that one becomes as blase to such
things as Joe Day.
For right down sheer melodrama it is
a masterpiece, and Charles A. Taylor,
who wrote It, and is here with "Pop"
Russell, in charge of the production, has
K reamer and Carter and all the others
of the type left 'at the get-away. In the
way of a-"thriller" it's the biggest prize
package in the store. It is unusually well
staged, the property elephant used in
the third act. being as realistic as the
idea of a tiger-hunt on the stage is
The company knows the melodrama
business by heart and Is capable away
beyond the average. Laurette Taylor and
AUIean May share the twin leading roles.
They are attractive young actresses, and
In some of their scenes display splendid
emotional power. Virginia Richmond, as
the wicked adventuress, is the very Ideal
of the melodrama "heavy." In her way
she is as consummate an artist as Mrs.
FIske. The gallery became so wrought
up over her assumed cussedness that It
threatened to come down and tear her
to pieces bit by bit.
Edwin Kellle. Albert Hall. Edwin Fox.
William Raymorc. Charles Allen and V..
N. Webb bore the brunt of the fray, and
their team-work and Individual acting
was commendable In every respect.
Those who are of the Ibsen cult will not
care particularly for "Escaped From the
Harem." but those who want action for
their money and want It quick will falrly
revel in the Empire show. There will bo
a special Labor Day matinee this after
noon, with the usual performances dur
ing the rest of the week.
"What Mr. Wheelwright Said.
PORTLAND. Sept. 3. 190S-(To the Edi
tor.) The Orcgonian has always treated
me with so much courtesy that I hesitate
to call your attention to an erroneous re
port In this morning's Issue, of my re
marks at the Educational Congress yes-
AT 3:30 O'CLOCK
GIGANTIC, OPERATIC AND AQUATIC SPECTACLE
I "Carnivalof Venice"
On The Trail, Lewis and Clark Exposition
300 PERFORMERS 300
Georgeous Costumes Beautiful Music
25c TO ANY SEAT 25c
PERFORMANCE EVERY NIGHT AT 7:30 AND 9 O'CLOCK
OThe highest type of FAMILY SEWING
MACH INE the embodiment of SIMPLICITY
and UTILITY the ACME of CONVENIENCE.
Are sold salj by SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., dzzl
isg dtrcctlj frorn Maker to Ur. They rr btl Mid
at Lower Prices
Also the Best Oil, Nwdles, Belts, etc, of -which we carry a
Than Any Other
dealar aad we are "ea the spot" to jrre carefal atteatlta to
geielng machine rented or exchanged.
At tKe Singer Stores
254r Morrison Street
4Q2 WaaKing'ton St. 54 O Williams Ave.
HAtS SX. OREGOX C3TT. OSC
terday forenoon, as It is a matter of
little moment. Instead of taking a hum
orous vein in so far as I "criticized the
action of Charles Francis Adams, who,
when he became president of the Union
Pacific, employed only Harvard students,"
my address, with the exception of an at
tempted pleasantry at the opening, was
entirely serious, and instead of the al
leged criticism above referred to. I ap
plauded the stand taken by a man of
large affairs In Boston who makes It a
rule to employ only Harvard graduates,
and spoke of It as being In some measure
a Justification of the course of Mr. Adams
for which he had been unfairly censured.
WILLIAM D. WHEELWRIGHT.
TAPS SOUNDS FOR VETERAN
GENERAL COMPSOX LAID IX
Comrades of Old Soldier Gather to
Pay Last Tribute to Memory
of the Dead.
The last rites over the body of General
H. B. Compson were held In the chapel of
Flnley's undertaking parlors yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The room was
completely filled with the friends who
came to pay their parting tribute to the
old soldier, who had lived a life charac
terized by many noble and -brave deeds.
The services were In charge of the Elks
Lodge, of which he was a member. Aside
from the ritual ceremony, a speech was
made by Judge H. H. Northrup, a long
time friend and admirer of General Comp
son. He referred to the brilliant career
of General Compson during the Civil War
and to the manly life he had led at all
times. He was tn 25 battles during the
war. Including many of the most severe
conflicts. He was the possessor of two
medals voted by Congress for special
bravery upon different occasions, at the
battle of Gettysburg and at thor battle of
Waynesboro. General Compson was pres
ent at the surrender of Lee, and at sev
eral times was the recipient of especial
honors. Judge Northup read a message
signed by General Custer, detailing Gen
eral Compson with the delivery of 17 Con
federate flags, which he had been Instru
mental In capturing.
Before takng the body to the G. A. -R.
Cemetery, a solo was sung- by Miss Annie
Ditchbum, and prayer was offered by
Rev. H. A. Barden, chaplain of the G. A.
R. At the cemetery the services, which
were very brief, were in charge of his
associates, the members of Lincoln-Garfield
Post. The regulation salute of three
volleys was fired by members of the Ore
gon National Guard, under command of
Captain Roy Dobie. and "Taps" was
played as the old veteran was laid away
for his final rest.
PUGET SOUND EXCURSION
Leaves Portland 8:30 A. M. Tuesday,
connecting with ocean steamer Queen;
calling Seattle. Tacoma, Puget Sound cit
ies and "Vancouver, B. C, accompanied
by special tourist agent. Out five days.
All expenses $23.75. Offices 213 "Washing
ton street, 'phone Main 223.
LOW EXCURSION RATES TO THE EAST
On sale August 24 and 25. also Septem
ber 7. 8, 9. 10. IS and 17. the Roclc Island
Railway will sell round-trip tickets to
Eastern points at greatly reduced rates.
For full partlculas call on or address A.
H. McDonald, general agent. 1(0 Third
street. Portland. Or.
AT TME TOP OF THE LIST FOR MERIT
THE CANADIAN MALT WHISKEY
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HOTEL AND RESTAURANT GOODS
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S 133 SIXTH STREET, Oreonian Building. 5
We do crown and brldcework without pa! a.
Our IS rears' zprlne la plat work
enables us to fit your mouth, comfortably;
Sr. W. A. "Wlia has found a safe war to
extract teeth absolutely without pain. Dr.
T. P. V."Ua la an expert at sold fllllnx
and crown and brldseworlc Bxtractlnr fr
when plates or bridges are ordered.
ralllnr Bulldinr. cor. Third and Wash. Sts.
Open evenlncs till 9 o'cloclc Sundays from
0 to 12. Or Main 2023.
OS. W. A. WISE.
THE ADVANTAGES OF
The School of Quality
Old in years, new in methods. Grows steadily better, because
of constantly improved facilities. Thousands of graduates in
positions, hundreds sent to places each year.
Jgp Ask business men about our work. Come and see for
yourself what we offer. "We know we can please, and invite
critical investigation. Open all the year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue and penwork free.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Waihington Streets - - - - A. P. Armtrong, LL.B., Principal
Nine Schools and Colleges, 45
Professors and Instructors; new
and thoroughly modern labora
College of Liberal Arts in
creased its attendance 60 per
cent during the past year.
Opens September 26. For cat
alogue and particulars, address,
A Proteit&nt Boarding and Say
School for Girls
Certificate Admits to Smith. Wellesley and
Unusual Advantages In Musics-Piano. VloUa
and Vocal Fine Art Studio.
Writs for Illustrated Catalogue.
Vor Further Information Address
Julia P. Bailey, Principal
2203 PACIFIC AYEMUE SPOKANE, WISH
If you are thinking: of attending- business
college you cannot afford to Ignore the
test one In the Northwest.
Our graduates are all employed.
"Wa have placed more than 200 pupils
In lucrative positions during the past
The proprietors are business men and
take an active part In teaching dally.
Wo can. help you. Call or send for
Day and night. In session all the
UIUVERSITY OF OREGON
Nineteenth annual session begins Sept. 13.
Address S. E. JOSXPHI. H. Dean. 10
Dekum. bldg.. Portland.
The Allen Preparatory School
Corner .ist Twelfth and Silmon sts. Fits
for all Bat tern colleges and scientific schools.
Flna opportunities for outdoor sports. Fifth
year begins September 25, 1005.
For catalogue addreea MARGARET V.
ALUKN. Principal, 012 Kelly at., Portland,
Or. Telephone Main 0133.
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Used by all progressive, up-to-date
tailors and manufacturers. The sav-lng-
to be effected In Urns, labor, the
freedom from all dirt, fire, danger
and odor, the increased output, tha
healthy workrooms, and healthier
workman and the superior results
obtained will eventually briny about
the exclusive uita of these irons.
For sale by
61 Sixth Street, Portland, Or.
We are headquarters for
French ranaes. portable
and brick set; cabinet bake
ovens, retinned and copper
restaurant utensils, steel
ranges and cook stoves.
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Of the Knights of Toil and
Their Day of Rest .
WE CLOSE AT NOON TODAY
An Elementary School, Including' tha
Primary and Grammar grades.
A Secondary School, or Academy
proper, which' fits boys and girls for
Eastern and Western Colleges.
A Boarding; Hall icr girls.
For Catalogue address Portland
Academy, Portland Oregon.
The Seaside House
la now open to guests.
Flrst-CIaiis Service la Every Way.
Beautiful Walks and Drives on th
With Boatlag; mad Flshlag; TJsunaxyasa4
Free bus meets all trains.
Do you love rood music T To
can select your choice from a port
folio of 600 pieces of popular aausto
of the world, and Professor Am
sterdam and h3 Hungarian orckaa
tra will render it for you.
Everything to eat and drink, as!
It costs no more In tha
Portland Hotel Kathskeller
than elsewhere In the dry. Every
weekday night from 1:30 to 12.
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