9 TIIE OTCEGOXIAN, TTIHRSDAT, JTJXE 4, 190S, CITY NEWS IN BRIEF OREGOXIAX TELEPHONES. Pacific State: Countlng-Room Main 7070 City Circulation Main 7070 Managing Editor Main 7070 Sunday Editor Main 7070 Composlng-Room Main 7070 City Editor .i Main 7070 Euperlntrndrfit Building ...Main 7070 Eiut 6ido Office Eait 8t Home: Counting-Room A 1670 Editorial Rao ma A 1309 AMUSEMENTS. IHB ARMORT Tenth and Crrach rtreets) concerts by Demrosch Orehrstra and Mad ame Kordir-a. This afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 6:15. BAKER THEATER (Third and Tamhlll) Baker Theater Company In "The llalf Breed." Tonight, 8:15. STAR THEATER Armstrong musical Com edy Co. In "A Trip to Coney Island," and Battling Nelson. Tonight. 7:30 and 9:15. Matinees dally at 2:30 F. M. LYRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder) Hlunkall-Atwoort Stock Company In "The Bushranger." Tonight, 8:15. Matineea Tues days, Thursday. Saturday and Sunday at 2:15. MARQUAM GRAND (Morrison. between Sixth and Seventh) Pantages" continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and P. M. GRAND THEATER (Washington, between Park and Seventh) Vaudeville de Luis 2:1)0. 7:30 and 11 V. M. BASEBALL. (Recreation Park, Twenty-fourth and Vaughn streets) Portland vs. Los Angeles, 3:30 P. M. MULTNOMAH FIELD (Twentieth and 'Wash ington otreets) Pain's Eruption ot Vesuvius and Fireworks; tonight at b:15. THE OAKS Allen Curtlo Musical Comedy Company In "Jakey, Mlkey and Ikey," In Airdrome at 8:30 P. M.. free; also open-air acts. Board ot Health to Meet. The Btate Board of Health will hold Its quarterly meeting today at 11 o'clock at the offices of the secretary. Dr. R. C. Yenney, In the Medical building. No topic Is to be brought up of an unusual nature as the meeting Is to bo more of a con ference than a. formal session requiring action of interest to the general public. Arrangements are being made to have the next meting of the State Medical So ciety one of much interest to the pro-, fesslon. The sessions will be held in the Commercial Club during the first week in July, and local officers of the society express the hope that a large at tendance will mark the occasion. Jeweusrs Meet Today. The annual meeting of the Oregon Retail Jewelers' . Association will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in. the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. Officers are to be elected for ! the ensuing year and reports rendered by secretary and treasurer. The officers of the association are: President, L. A. Iewls, of Klamath Falls; flirst vice-president, C. H. Williams, of Condon; second vice-president, I. E. Staples, of Portland; third vice-president, L. M. Hoyt, of Hills boro; secretary, H. X. Leffert, ot Port land; treasurer, E. J. Jaeger, of Port land. The visiting members will be en tertained at a banquet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Nortonla Hotel. Sermons by Rabbi Helleh. In con nection with the Feast of Weeks, the Jewish festival commemorative of the revelation of the Law of God and pro mulgation of the Ten Commandments, Rabbi Heller of the Synagogue at Sixth and Hall streets, -will deliver sermons, at 6 o'clock this and tomorrow evenings. The subject of these sermons Is "Some Reflections on the Ten Commandments." The sermons will be delivered In Eng lish. Build Apartment-House. Dr. H. F. Ong has acquired the lot 50x100 feet at the northwest corner of Seventh and Clay streets, from Mrs. R. 31. Rlner. The sale was consummated yesterday, but the figures were not authoritatively given out. The price, however, is said to have been about $15,000. Dr. Ong is to build a four-story brick apartment-house on the site, work on which will probably be gin during the Summer. Replies to Council President B. S. Josselyn, of the Portland Railway, Light & Power Company, has replied to the City Council relative to the present system of the company In stopping cars on the "near" side of crossings. Ho states that the principle reason for the system is to minimize accidents. The Council sought, by resolution, to ascer tain why the change from the old style was made. Aster two years' active work In the real estate business C. W. Davis has sold his Interest In the Spanton Company and is planning the organization of a building company with headquarters in this city, with a paid up capital ot $100, 000. C. L. Schieffelln, who will be as sociated with him In the new company, is an experienced Los Angeles builder. Business Men and visitors to the Rose Festival can save time and money by eating lunch at the Women's Exchange, j 133 Tenth street. Just south of Washlng- ton street. Good wholesome food served hot, 11:30 until 2 o'clock. Refreshments ' served all afternoon. Home-made cakes, ' pies, bread, etc. Fresh daily and com prise our chief attraction. Come. Tbmplb Beth Israel Services. The services at Temple Beth Israel in celebra tion of the holiday of "Shebnoth" com mence tonight at 8 o'clock and tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rabbi Wise will preach on Friday morning. Subject, "The Promise of Ruth." Strangers are welcome. "Thb City of Roses," Colored Souvenir Book or Portland Roses, Rose Gardens and Rosa Festival Views. Colors True to Life. For Sale by All Dealers. Price), $1 Bach. BtrrLDiNO Inspector Appointed. Guy E. Dobson has been appointed to the position of building Inspector by Mayor Lane. The new inspector has been serv ing as a deputy In the office for several months. He has already entered upon Ills new duties. Dctuno These- Days of Festivity do (Not Forget the auction sale of the A. 5f. Wright estate, 293 Morrison street. A positive closing-out sale of jewelry, silverware, cut glass and clocks. Two eales dally, 2:30 and 7:30 P. M. Save the Discount. Send check or pay at office on or before the 10th to save the discount on June bills for the Automatic Telephone. Home Telephone Company, corner of Park and Burnside streets. All Automobile-Owners are kindly requested to attend the Woodmen parade at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Tenth and Morrison streets. R. D. Inman, president. Steamer Bailey Gatzert for Cascade Locks and The Dalles dally, except Fri day. Leave Alder-3treet dock 7 A. M. return 9 P. M. . R. W. Wilbur has removed his law offices to the tenth floor Board of Trade building. Fourth and Oak streets. Phone Main S714. Special Sale Welsh Anthracite Coal. $10 per ton at works; $11 delivered. Inquire at Gas Office, Fifth and Yamhill streets. Automobilb Races. Pay 25 cents on O. W. P. Base Line crossing, go to 13 mlle grandstand, 60 cents reserved seats. Jewett Farm at White Salmon open for guests. Can be reached by the North Bank Railroad or steamers. For Rent A few nice offices In The Oregonlan building. See Superintendent, room SOL Launches for warships, Merrill's Boat house, north side Morrison st. Bridge. Business men's lunch, 11:30 to 2. All home-cooking. Woman's Ex.. 133 10th at. Lotus L. Lanqley, lawyer, removed, tenth floor Board of Trade. Main S714. Dr. Casbeday, eye, ear, nose, throat. Glasses fitted. 617 Dekum building. Grandstand Seats 50 cents; 12-mile house, close and safe view. Mace's Market, 151 Fourth street, will close at noon today. Dr. McCracken. dentist. Rothchlld bldg. Dr. B. C. Walker has returned. Twenty Autoists Go Too Fast. There must have been something in the atmo sphere on Tuesday affecting the automo bile enthusiasts of this city. Patrolman Gustafson, stationed at the Base Line road. Sellwood, stop watch in hand, took down the numbers of no less than 20 who were going at the rate of from 30 to 50 miles an hour. John Doe warrants for all 20 of these speedsters were issued yes terday by Judge Cameron in the Muni cipal Court and during the evening the law-breaking motorists were arrested and brought in as 1 lor.titied and found. Up to a late hour the list of prisoners in cluded: S. N. Klelser, of advertising fame; Samuel Silverfteld, merchant, of Fourth and Morrison streets; John A. Shepard, of Twenty-first and Everett streets; E. W. King, of 860 Belmont avenue; Roy Marx, of Fourteenth and Davis streets; S. Clirlstofferson, Hotel Oregon; H. Chitten berg. Twelfth and Davis, and Otto Shnei der, 420 East Twentieth. Each was re leased on ball. Boom Chain Thief Caught. The boom chain thief, who has plundered various points along the Willamette River, for the past two months, was arrested last night. The man gave the name of Am brose Coyle. He was taken into ?ustody by Detective Smith, assisted by Detective Kay, and was found in a resort on Uma tilla avenue, Sellwood. Some of the plun der was found at 208 Columbia street and recovered and more of it at a house at Jefferson and Front streets. According to the detectives, Coyle is a "water rat" who has been responsible for many dep redations along the Willamette water front besides the chain thefts. It la said that the Willamette Pulp & Paper Com pany alone have suffered losses in this manner amounting to over $200. Car Injures Gunner Gary. Gunner Gary, of the Yorktown, was knocked down and severely Injured last night at First and Sheridan streets, shortly after 7:30 o'clock, by a southbound "S" ear. According to eyewitnesses Gary had alighted from a car going in the opposite direction and did not see the other car approaching when he attempted to cross tho tracks. The front end of the car struck Gary and he was knocked to the ground and it Is believed that several bones were broken. He refused to go to a hospital and was taken aboard ship for treatment. Hobo Carries Gun. Irving Gray, a 17-year-old hobo, arrested at the east end of the Steel Bridge last night, was found to have a loaded revolver in his possession. He offered no resistance to arrest, but said that he carried the loaded weapon to enforce free rides from crews of freight trains, as also to prevent the return experience of be ing ejected from his boxcar Pullman while the train was en route. Death of Miss Timms Miss Emma C. Tlmms, 20 years old, a popular young lady who resided in Mllwaukie, died at the Good Samaritan Hospital at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, after an ill ness of two months' duration. Miss Timms was well known among the society set of Mllwaukie and had many friends in this city and Sellwood. Fail to Report Smallpox. Because of failure to report to tho proper authori ties regarding smallpox cases alleged to exist in their homes, S. Kretshevsky, a resident of Sellwood; W. E. Douglas and G. K. Haveland, of 694, Giles ave nue, were arrested last night. The ar rests were made on complaint of City Health Officer Esther C. Pohl. Chimney Fire Excites. A chimney fire causing but slight damage to the roof of the residence at 792 Kearney street occurred at 8 o'clock last night, calling out Engine No. 3, Hose No. 6 and Truck No. 3 of the fire department and causing some little excitement In the neighborhood. Open All Day. Palace Market, 260 Yamhill street. Main 1807. L. Penne. DUflOSCH TWICE TODAY RAUB PROGRAMMES TO BE GIVEN EACH TIME. Tschaikowsky'a "Symphony Pathet lque" by Request and Mme. Jior dica at the Matinee. This afternoon at the Armory Walter Damrosch will again arouse the musi cal enthusiasm to a degree never before reached here. Last night's concert was a rare delight, and the afternoon will not only present Madame Nordlca in a group of songs, but will also offer the much-requested Symphony Pathetique of Tschaikowsky. Damrosch found as many requests for that beloved symphony awaiting him as Madame Nordica had for Wag ner numbers. The afternoon programme will also contain the "Mignon" over ture, and the violin concerto In D minor of Vieuxtemps, which will be finely played by Alexander Saslavsky. The evening programme is all Wag ner, with the exception of Madame Nor dica's group of songs, and will present the Lohengrin prelude and "Bridal Chorus," numbers from "Die Meister singer," and "Tannhauser," with Mad ame Nordlca In "Elizabeth's Air," and a number sure to arouse the most In tense Interest, the "Liebeslod," from Isolde. The matinee begins at half past 2, and the evening programme at a quarter past 8. Seats now selling at Sherman, Clay & Co.'s. Direction Lois Steers-Wynn Coman. The Wagner programme for Thurs day evening. June 4, is as follows: Lohengrin (a) Prelude, (b) Elsa's song on the balcony, (c) Prelude and bridal chorus "Die Melsterslnger" (a) Prelude, (b) Prize sonK. "Die TValkuere" The ride of the Valkyriea. "Siegfried" The sounds of the forest. Study from "Tristan and Isolde" Dreams. Alexander Saalavsky. "Tannhauser" (a) March, Act n. fb) Son to the Evening Star, Act III. S. Tilkln. Steinway Piano Used. WHEREJTO DINE. All the delicacies of the season at the Portland Restaurant; fine private apart ments for ladles, 305 Wash., near 6th. Little Hungary Restaurant, corner Seventh and Ankeny, Hotel Scott build ing. Unique and up to date; popular prices, best meals. FOR RENT. Fifteen thousand square feet warehouse space, with trackage facilities; brick building; 13th and Kearney; low Insur ance rate; electrlo elevator. Inquire Tull & Glbbs. ICE DELIVERY CO. Phone Main 234. A 3245. A 329L AUNE THE PHOTOGRAPHER Columbia bldg. Phones Main and A 1635 SARGENT AJ SEASIDE House now open, sea food a specialty. Keep Headquarters at Cleveland. COLTTMBTJS. O., June 3. In a vote of 2 to 1, the international convention of the Brotherhood of LoeomotH-e Engineers voted to retain the general headquarters at Cleveland for the next decennial period beginning 1!10. Detroit was selected as the place for the next biennial convention. W. H. Kent, of Detroit, was elected third as sistant grand engineer. Our Schedule The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon PAYS 2 on check accounts. 2'. on ten days' call. 3 on savings accounts and on six months' certificates. 3V2 oil thirty days' call. , 4 on ninety days' call, on j twelve months' certificates and j on coupon certificates. j And offers every convenience of j J modern banking. 1 I $ Call for our book of i Jt "ILLUSTRATIONS." j f j I of I Okegoh I S. E. Cor. Third and Oat Sta. BEXJ. X. COHES PrrldKnt II. L. MTTOCK Vlce-Pr.ldent DR. A. 8. NICHOLS, id Vice-Pres-! B. LKE PAGET Secretary W. ,1. G1I.I. Assistant Secretary C. W. UEbBAFF Cashier TONIGHT IS NAVAL NIGHT AT FIIK'9 GORGEOUS FIREWORKS SPECTACLE Trentleth and Washington SIm SPECIAL, FEATURES $1500 FIREWORKS TEETH WITH OR WITHOUT PLATES OUT-OF-TOWN PEOPLE WO can do your entire Crown, Bridge and Plate Work In a day If necessary. Positively Painless Extracting; Free when plates or bridges are ordered. Sensitive teeth and roots removed without the least pain. Ten chairs. Only the most scientific and care ful work. 20 YEARS rX PORTLAND. WA WIQP AND ASSOCIATES I'liJ" Pninleaa Demtlals. Falling Bids;., Third and Washing-ton Streets. 8 A.' M. to 8 P. M. ; Sundays. 8 to IX Painless Extraction, 50c; Plates, $5.00. Both Phones, A and Main 2029. LARGE DIVIDENDS ASSURED The . Fidelity Copper Company are getting everything ready for shipments of ore from their mine in the Seven Devils Country, and will be In shape for large shipments on completion of the Hunting ton North Western Railroad, which Is now laying steel from Huntington down the Snake River. This line passes under the ore bins of the company and will make the delivery of ore the cheapest of any. mine in the country. . We are pleased to see such develop ment, as this company is owned by Port land people, and have offices at 607 Couch building. e GREAT. 3-DAY SPECIALS Bee today's ad on page 9 for our great 8 -day specials. Hundreds of other bar gains througheut all departments. Mc Allen & McDonnell, Third and Morrison streets. TONSETH FLORAL COMPANY 123 6th St. Flowers and plants. Phones Main 5102; A 1102. Adopts Son of Victims. SAN FRANCISCO, June 3. Bringing with him a little year-old Yaqui Indian, whose father and possibly whose mother he killed in a recent uprising In the Sonoras. William J. Partridge, a wealthy The Store Noted for Best Goods at Lowest Prices 3-Day Spe CI Sill Glove On sale Friday and Saturday only two-button French Lisle Gloves in black, white and col ors; regular 50c grade, OEZ,, on sale, special, a pair.. Long Lisle Gloves, in black, white and colors ; standard ,$1.25 quality, on special Bale today, Friday, Saturday, at, IQ,, your choice, a pair Oe)C Long Silk Gloves, extra heavy and all pure Bilk; double-tipped fingers ; a complete line of popu lar colors; regular (PI OO $1.75 to $2.25 grade . . O Closing Out the Stock The chance of a lifetime to buy high-grade merchandise at and below the regular wholesale prices. Will you let this splendid opportunity pass you by without profiting? Out-of-town merchants will find it to their advantage to buy here during this Great Closing-Out Sale. 18c -20c Organdies 9c 1500 yards fine French Organ dies in dainty floral and dot patterns; very fine and sheer and our best 18c and 20c quali ties. Take advantage of sale. Dress Goods Remn'ts One-Half Price Today, Friday and Saturday Choose any Dress Goods or Silk Remnant in the house today, Friday or Saturday and pay just half the regular marked price. This in cludes colors and blacks. All sales are for cash only. Take advantage. Hosiery Specials Closing-out sale of our entire stock of high-grade Hose at just cost. Women's regular 60c and 75c fancy Hose, on A.T n sale at, special, pair..-C Women's white-foot Hose, with double heel and toe, warranted fast black and a standard 25c grade. For two days, r, on sale' at, special, pair...-tlC Women's fine black Ilose, in lace boot and allover lace de signs; also fancy embroidered; the best regular 35c and O C 50c grades, special at...'"t'C Boys' Blouse Waists 25. Boys ' regular 50c Blouse Waists in a good variety of light and dark colors. Ages 2 to 12 year. A great bargain at above price. 75c Taffeta Silk at 49c 19-inch Taffeta Silk in a full line of pppular shades ; warrant ed pure silk and our best 75c grade, on sale at above price. 15c Linen 'Kerchiefs 9c Women's fine sheer Handker chiefs, warranted all pure linen and standard 15c quality; on sale for today, Friday and Sat urday only at the above price. 75c Bureau Scarfs 49c A great three days' sale of Bureau Scarfs in openwork and blind embroidery designs; 15 patterns to select from and regular 75c values. 1 Sc Sleeveless Vests 5c 50 dozen women's Swiss-ribbed Sleeve less Vests, suitable for corset covers; taped neck and arms and best regular 15c values. Limit, three to a customer. 75c Corset Covers 47c Fine cambric Corset Covers, one srtyle, 2 rows heavy lace insertion, set with fine tucks, rib bon and beading; another with deep lace yoke. 75c Lisle Underwe'r 47 c Genuine French Lisle Vests, Pants and Union Suits for women ; several styles ; finely finished and standard 75c qualities. Let us show you. 50cHose Sup'orters 25( Crescent Pad, four-strap style; fancy frilled elastic and security rubber button clasp; come in all colors and best regu lar 50c grade. ' On sale for three days. Mt. Hood Shirts 25 c A special lot of Mt. Hood Dress Shirts for men in sizes 15 to 17; stiff front styles and neat patterns. Best $1.25 quality. Take advantage. Boys' 5Qc Dress Shirts at 17c Each Boys' Dress Shirts in neat patterns, made from best quality Eng lish percales. The identical grade sold at other stores at 50c apiece. On sale today, Friday and Saturday at the above special low price. Regular 1 5c India Linon at 9c Yard 500 yards fine Sheer India Linon on sale Friday and Saturday at exact cost. Comes full 32 inches wide; very fine, even thread and our best regular 15c grade. On sale for two days only at above price. Bathing Suits at Wholesale Prices Corner Third and Morrison Streets Bathing Suits at Wholesale Prices miner, has arrived In this city. He has Just returned from the Yaqui country, whither he was summoned by the Gov ernment to explain the shooting of the Indian. His explanation of self-defense was fully accepted. F. W. Baltes and Company invite your inquiries for PRINTING Phones Slain 165 Home A1165 First and Oak CARNIVAL VISITORS .Will find this jewelry store a most con venient place to trade. Every line is com plete in detail, offering great advantages for selecting and most interesting prices as welL OUR DIAMOND DISPLAY IS A REALM OF BEAUTY Manufacturing Jewelers, Opticians, Diamond Importers. Corner Third and Washington Streets. Slightly Used, High Grade PI A N OS For Sale Regardless of Cost. One mahogany Steinway, one ebon ized Steinway, one rosewood Chicker ing, one walnut Haines Bros., one ma hogany Lindeman; also new high grade pianos and player. Others for rent. , H. Sinsheimer, 72 THIRD STREET. ICE LIBERTY COAL & ICE CO, 312 Pine Street. Phones: Main 1662, A 3136. "The Proof of the pudding is In the eating thereof, and not in chewing the string." Hislop's Vanila and Lemon Extracts are real. Don't buy colored water. Imperial Hair Regenerator is everywhere recognized as the STANDARD HAIR COLORING for Gray or Bleached Hair. Its ap plication is not affected by baths; f rants curiingr; isaosoiuteiy narm ess; any natural shade produced; invaluable (or Beard and Mustaohew Sample of your hair colored free. Imperial Cben. Mf. Co.. lih W. Ui SLN.Y. C CHRISTENSEN OPTICAL SPECIALIST Fourth Floor iCorbett Bldg-. FredPrehn.DD. (12.00 Full Set Teeth. 6.00 Crowns and Brldge- work. 3.0U. Room 405, Deknm. Open Evenings Till 7. A Paris Ineurance company refuses -risks on xnea who dye their hair. SHAW'S PURE America 's ORIGINAL MALT WHISKY Without a Rival Today BLUMAUER & HOCH 108 and 110 Fourth 6treet. Sole Distributors for Oregon and Washington MALT A Certified Cfiect is equivalent to the actual cash. As soon as a check is certified the amount is charged to the drawer's account and becomes the bank's lia bility. For this reason such a check should never be destroyed. 12 lost, the bank should be promptly notified. The Security Savings & Trust Company very cordially invites your account, subject to your check. SECURITY SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. Corbett Building, Portland, Or. CAPITAL $500,000. SURPLUS $250,000. A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever pvB. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES 59S.4 Removes Tan, Flmplea, Freckle. Moth Patched, Btab, mud Skin Difea?a, tin: every Diemim on beauty. nd de fies detection. It has stood toe ten of 00 year, and Is ao harmless we taste It to be sure it Is properly made. Accept no counter feit of similar came. Dr. L. A. Savre said to a lad? of the h ant ton a patient i : ' As you ladles will use them, I recommend f5onmndn Crenm at the 1eat harmful of all the Bkln preparations. ' For sale by all druggists and Fancy Oooda Dealers In the United Stale, Canada and Europe. FERD.T.HOPIIXS, Prop., 37 Gnat Jones Street New Tori 51 ?a ter-K jgchwab Printing Co. 9BST tfORK. REASONABLE PKTCES 47S STA.R.K STREET! Opening, Hotel Savoy SEATTLE Additional four stories, containing 78 room3, each with bath. Twelve rooms with bath, specially constructed for commercial dis play, size 16x28. A greater part of all these rooms have an unobstructed marine view. The entire maneuvers of Atlantic fleet can be seen in any ;rt of harbor at once glance. Just a reminder that we have a few rooms left in our "12 Stories of Solid Comfort." Rates S1.00 Up Rndway's Pills cure Indigestion, btllouav neat, piles and all stomach troubles.