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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 190S.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
ORE GONIAL TELEPHONES.
Ciry C!rml3tk- ...
Cundar Editor ....
C-y E-HtOT ,
upt. Buildings ....
Bl'NVJALOW THEATER Tweifth and
V irrlfn Baker Stock Company in
Xh Man on th Box." Tomgnt at 8:10.
BAKER THEATER Thlrl. nitr Tim-
hl.'i "LH: Johnny Jones." Matinee, 2-13.
tfnirht at 15
ORPHEL'M THEATER (Morrison, be
tween Sixth and Seventh) Advanced
vaudYllle. This afternoon at 2:13 and to
PANTAGE9 THEATER (Fourth a4
Srark Continuous AaudvTlil. 2:30. J .29
and 9:30 p. U.
GRAND THEATER ( Wn1n irton. eatwMD
Sv-nth and Park) Vaudevllls da iuxa.
2 -0. ";20 and 9 P. M.
TAR THEATER (Wssblnrtoo and Park)
Tht melodrama. 'Too Proud to Beg."
MsrJoe. 2.1o. tonight at h l.V
1.TRIC THEATER Sventh and Alder)
BmnkaJi Ktock. Company In "A Montana
tiirl." Every ntpcht at :I5: matinee
Tuesday. Thuraday and Saturday at 2:1.
Mat Plat Pool, in Salmons. caIoon
rnay be? kpt npn on Sunday for the pur
,po of pool or billiard playing; so Ion a;
ats the bar is boxd off. At lKist this was
tne idea, xprps-fd by a .Municipal Court
Jury late yesterday afternoon when Buck
Svenh was acquitted of a chance of keep-
'jns; his aaloon, a I oixth street, ntar
!rtrk street open on Sunday. Keith
pleaded that his bar was boxed off and
that no drinks were hemic served. At
torney John 11. 4?revenson. representi-is;
he) liquor man, contended that when tlie
place waa being put to use for a moral
purpose no law was beinjc violated: that
box in a off of a bar of a room removes it
from the pale of the saloon. Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Hennesay contested the
point but the Jury agreed with Mr.
Chivesb Raid Kaiu. A small pollre
squad under the direction of Detective
liv-rireant Kay made an unsuccessful raid
)Vn the Chinese gambling rooms, in h3
;H-ond street, at A o'clock last night.
The resort was aid to contain a J ante
number' of gamblers at the time who
tnado their escape tliroush secret pass
ares and barred doors In this building.
nly one iran. Ah Uoy, was found hy
jAjotTtlve rjtestt Kay. le was making
i frantic effort to hide a 44-caIiber re
volver and was arrested charged with
carrying concealed weapons.
Former Portiander Dead. A. Rosen
tiim. a prominent business man of Port-
Jand In the early '70s. died rec-ently at his
'home Jn San Kranclco. at the age of NO
years. Il was the father of Mrs. Simon
i arris. Mr. Rosentieim was a member
f the City Council and of the legislature
Jn tle early days, and a public-spirited
citizen. He will be remembered by most
rtt the pioneers still living. He frequent
ly came to Portland in recent years, his
jnst vilt having; been made only a few
Will. Address Yorxo Men. Dr. Ben
jamin Young, of -Taylor-Street Methodist
Church, is preparing a series of four ad
dresses for young men. The first in the
series entitled "Wanted A man." will be
delivered next Sunday night. The ser
mons to follow will deal with the prob
lems of young men. and the inspiration to
htglter standards of thought and conduct.
A special invitation to these sermons is
cordially extended to young men by Dr.
Young. Special music will be a feature of
Charged With SHrnxo Dog. Rudolph
Hartellwr was arrested yesterday by Con
stable Wagner charged with shooting a
valuable collie dog belonging to Joseph
Iederer. The animal was recently given
1 Iederer by Hartelber. and had gone
back to his former mauler. Unrir a
recent statute this offense is punishable
by imprisonment from six months to one
year and the rayment of a tine of from
"4 to X Hartelber will be arraigned
in Justice Bell' a court this morning.
Rklays Dortii.E Tracks. Five blocks
'of tlie double tracks on Hawthorne ave
nue, east from Grand avenue, have been
relayed in advance of the contract for
paving Hawthorne avenue with a hard
surface improvement. It Is proposed to
Improve Hawthorne avenue, between East
Third and Kast fortieth street, but the
contract has not been let. This is the
first time the electric railway has started
to replace its tracks In advance of the
contract for the., improvement.
Will. Provide Kirk Protection; T. A.
Ketchurn, D. V. Hart and M. C. YanTyne
ere ppointed a special committee on
fire protection at a largely attended meet
ing of the University Park Board of
Trade Monday night. This committee
will solicit funds to lease a lot. erect a
temporary hose house, on Dawson street,
pnd organize a hose company. There was
a delegation from the Maegly Junction
.Push Club present to co-operate in the I
AccrsED or Stealino Coat. Accused
tv Ms room-mate of stealing an overcoat,
Charles Sweeney, alias Jack Kildare, was
arrested last night on Third street, near
iBurnside. Prentiss Brown, complainant,
said that he and Kildare were teamsters
and had boarded at the same place, 434
"r mont street. He alleges that a few
iuys a?o Kildare 1 ft the house taking
Irftwn's overcoat while the latter was at
Kv a noei.ic al M eetings Closkd. The
Mrien of Evangelical meetings conducted
recently in the Soil wood Christian Church,
by Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, closed
with the Sunday night service. Mr. Jack-
fon'g able discourses attracted large num
hers to the meetings, and the solos ren
tiered by Mrs. Jackson were much ap
preciated. At the final services eight
conversions Were made.
ItAPtK Aid ooiett. The Indies' Aid
"pociety of Taylor-Street Methodist Church
will hold a "circle" meeting, tomorrow
'afternoon at o'clock, at the home of
IMrs. H. C. Pelion, corner of Lane and
.Kelly streets. The ladies of the church
J and tlieir friends are cordially invited
' to be present. w
P. U. Arsrix FVvsd Gi'Iltt. In Justice
Bell's court yesterday P. L- Austin, pro
prietor of the dental offices known as
the "Chicago Dentists." was found guilty
of practicing dentistry without a license.
The trial was heard by a jury which re
turned the verdict of guilty.
Bridge Ofev to VrHicugo. Union-avenue
bridge across Sullivan's Gulch is
now open to the use of vehicles, which is
great accommodation to the public. The
act that vehicles are now allowed use
of the bridge Indicates that the struc
ture will be accepted.
Crews vs. O. A. C.
Saturday. November H, at 2:30 P. M.
Patton Home Tea. Preparations are
ret.ig made for the annual Thanksgiving
tea for the benefit of the Patton Home,
which will be held at the Home. Michigan
ivei.ue and Blandena street next Tuesday
at 2 P. M.
Charged With Thkft. J. C.
Gaizka was arrested yesterday, charged
with stealing from George W. Oliver,
a contractor ami will be tried In Justice
Bell s court this morning.
Woman's Club Meeting. The current
literature department of the Portland
Woman s Club will meet this afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. T. H. Kdwards,
7Ti Multnomah street.
Will Trade. Fine ten-room, furnished
nouse. close in. West Side, for small home
on East Side or good vacant lots. Wal
l.rc Investment Company, SIT Oregonian
M. Sickei exclusive haberdasher, at
rj Washington street. Imperial. Hotfl
building. Has no branch store.
For Rent. A few nice -ffices In The
Oregonian building;. See Superintendent,
Wanted. A thoroughly broken duck
dog; none other need, apply. F 416 Ore-a-oniaa.
Epworth Leaoce Hold Social. An
enjrvable entertainment was that given
last night in the Y. M. C. A. rooms by
the Epworth League of Taylor-Street
Methodist Church. Solos were rendered
by C. H. Parish and Mrs. F. W. Jones,
and a piano selection was contributed by
M;ss Smith. A short address waa de
livered by M. C. Reld. At the conclusion
of the programme the guests spent a so
cial Jiour in the parlor, with music and
games. Light refreshments were served.
About 20) persons were present. This so
cial is the first of a series to be given
by the various Epworth Leagues during
the Winter for the purpose of bringing
thi ore-anlxatlon and the Y. M. C. A
into closer touch.
Small Blaze ox Sixth Street. Dam
ag-s to the extent of 3K were caused by
a fire last night about 7 o'clock in the
frame building occupied by the Royston
Manufacturing Company, at 228 Sixth
treet. Tne blaze was from causes un
known and started in the roof. Several
lire companies under the direction of
I'hief r-amnbell ouickly controlled the Are.
Most of the damage was done to the
-t.wk in the work rooms used in the
manufacture of women's and children'
Taiwir Lands in Jail. Fred Jensen.
tailor, who lives at Cnlon avenue and
Russell street, was arrested and taken
to the Otv Jafl last night charged with
resisting a police officer. Patrolman Fields
made the arrest and swore to me com
nlHint aeainst him. The policeman say;
that on Monday night he arrested Jensen
near his home for being drunk and acting
in a boisterous manner. He took Jen
sen with him to the police telephone box
where the prisoner escaped.
vNcoi-vER Excursion Postponed. By
reason of the counter attraction of the
football game next Saturday, between th
university and agricultural college teams,
the officers of the Realty Board have
deemed it advisable to postpone the In
tended excursion to Vancouver, Wash.
Secretary Rountree yesterday sent out
notices in which Saturday, ovemoer a,
Is given as the date on which the excur
sion will be made.
Arrested for Breaking Mhters.-
Richard E. Earl. 3 years of age. was
arrested last night by Sergeant Goltz, at
First and Madison streets, on the com
nlaint of the Portland Gas Company
which charges him with damaging Its
gas meter. Earl is suspected of being
an accomnlicA of the slot-meter thieves
recently arrested through the efforta of
a detrctlve of the gas company.
Mothers Club to Meet. The Mothers'
Club of the sell wood school will meet
this nfternoon at 3 o'clock, in the school
assembly hall. The programme is in
rharcA of Miss Kate Porter, and is as
follows: Recltatloi. second-grade pupils
chorus. school children; composition,
-Wind Cave, Montana.' sixth grade; rib
bon drill, seventh and ninth grades; song,
Cli-b "Wants Citt Watkr. The "Wood
stock Push Club will hold a special meet
ine on Friday night, November 30. for the
purpose of discussing ways and means of
securing Bull Run water lor mat aisinci.
The suburb was recently annexed to the
rltv and the residents are anxious for
citv water. . All the residents of that
locality are Invited to be present.
Meet Me at the "Fair" in the Church
of Good Tidings, East Eighth and Couch
streets. "Wednesday. Thursday and rrl-
dav afternoons and evenings. Fine con
cert, choice goods.
In Insaitb Asylum. John Paddock, at
one time Citv Attorney of Portland, Is
reported to have been committed to an
Insane asylum near his parents home in
Oregon vs. O. A. C.
Saturday. November 21, at 2:30 P. M
Multnomah Field 4
East Sidb Church Concert. A musical
entertainment was given last night in St.
Stephens Church, East Taylor and Bast
Fortieth streets, under the direction of
Professor Frederick W. Goodrich. A num
ber of prominent soloists took part.
$.10 Surrs for $31.75.
Not Many of Them. But They're
Brand New. Highest Grade Goods.
Zfewett, Bradley & Co., &4 Washington."
Quarter Block on Jefferson street,
suitable for -flats or business property,
only JffiflO if taken at once. Inquire of
owner, N. H. Keck, 301 Washington St.
Dr. John T. Townley has returned.
gm-Sol Marquam building. A 3424.
Eat Pur i tana. Ask grocer.
SING FOR ST. AGNES HOME
Popular Arllsls Will Appear at
Benefit Friday Xight.
Intorest in the approaching benefit for
the St. Agnes Baby Home, which will
be given at the Heillg Theater on Fri
day evening, November SO. la so general
that the promoters of the affair are sat
Isned tbat from a pecuniary standpoint
It will be a complete success. The con
cert is under the auspices of the Ladies
Mrs. Ethel I.ytle Boot he. Dra.
matte Soprano. Who Will Sins
at Benefit for St. Aimeo' Baby
Aid Society of the Cathedral and the
Lakme Quartet, one of the most popu
lar musical organizations in the city,
will have direct charge of the pro
gramme. This well-known quartet con
sists of Mrs. Slay Dearborn Schwab.
Mrs. W. A. T. Bushong. Mrs. Ethel
Lytle Bootbe and Miss Petronella G.
Connolly. In the absence of Mrs. War
ren B. Thomas, who is traveling in the
East. Mrs. Arvilla McGuIre Stolte will
officiate as accompanist.
Other well-known artists who will ap
pear are Stuart McGuIre. the popular
baritone; Miss Delia Bradley, reader,
and Miss Cornelia Barker, violinist. The
selections that have been arranged as
sure the success of the concert from an
artistic standpoint. Musical and social
circles are lending every assistance to
the promoters of the benefit and it is
hoped to net a handsome sum for this
most worthy cause, charitably minded
people can assist a deserving charity by
buying seats for the benefit.
CARD OF THANKS.
The member of St. Ann's Charitable
Socie'y d'ire to return thanks to the
Needlework Guild of America lor a
generous donation of clothing.
Plant eibsoa rosea. Fnon Bellwood, Mfc
V . I
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FAVORS ADVERTISING FUND
IRRIGATED LAND SHOULD BE
EXPLOITED, SAYS EXPERT.
D. H. Anderson Says Government Is
Handicapped in Opening Up Its
D. H. Anderson, editor of the Irriga
tion Age. Chicago, spent yesterday in
Portland on his way to Spokane. Mr.
Anderson Is one of the most active
workers for Irrigation In the country
today. He has served as secretary of
the National Irrigation Congress and
has attended probably 100 meetings in
the past 15 years In various parts of the
country In the Interest of Irrigation.
He has devoted his life to the work
and jas lived to see the movement
attain mammoth proportions in this
Mr. Anderson believes there should be
a orovision made whereby the Govern
ment may spend a part of the reclama
tion funds in attracting attention to
newly-opened irrigated tracts. He says
the Government is at a disadvantage
in thl regard, compared with the pri
vate protects, which spend large sums
in adverti&ing their tracts. Mr.
Anderson believes the next National
Irrigation Congress should pass a reso
lution tavoring the setting aside of suf
ficient money annually from the
reclamation fund to provide for adver
tising the opening of Government
projects and attracting settlers.
"While I am not sufficiently familiar
with the Oregon slcuation to discuss
it," said Mr. Anderson. "I recognize
that the state is fortunate In having
private projects in addition to the Gov
ernment reclamation work. It seems to
me every condition is favorable to the
best agricultural -development of this
state along all lines. There is splendid
soli in the valleys of the state and
there are plenty of valleys.
"I believe the attracting of agricul
tural Implement manufacturers to this
territory would have a good effect and.
with that end in view, I have carried on
correspondence with a number. I ex
pect we will have two Pullman cars full
of these manufacturers visit Portland
and Spokane at the time of the next
Congress. September. 1909. I think
their visit here will have an excellent
result and may attract factories of that
nature to this territory."
Pastor's Auto Carried
Rev. W. T. Euster MlMsen LampN
and Other Trimmlncii and Expects
Entire Machine to Disappear.
r EV. W T.. Euster's automobile is
K being stolen piecemeal.
Almost every night ; his garage Is
broken Into and some portion of his
touring car carried away. Thus far
the thieves, have confined themselves
to' the trimmings but he considers it
only a matter of time until they II
get away with the whole machine un
less something Is done.
During the early hours of yesterday
morning the thief or thieves got In
and carried away the reverend gen
tleman s auto lamp the one on the
left side. Since there Is a law against
operating automobiles without lights
It will be necessary for Rev. Mr. Eus-'
ter to get a new light before he is able
to pay pastoral calls by night. And
as pastor of the Sunnyside Methodist
Episcopal church he has frequent need
of the machine.
"I can get over more ground and
make more calls than ten preachers
who rely on their feet to get them
there." he says proudly.
The clergyman waa at the Police
Station bright and early yesterday
morning to protest at the frequent
visitation of the thieves. He said It
is a small thief for only small things
are taken. But there's no telling how
soon the small thief may evolve into
a big one and -fret away with the auto.
A GOOD BUY.
We have for sate a corner lot. 50x100.
very near the site selected by the Ar
lington Club for Its new building. It Is
covered with flats which at present are
bringing in good Income, and which
could be so rented until such time as
would be advisable to put up a brick
building. For particulars apply to
CHARLES K. HENRY & SON.
260 Stark Street, Portland, Or.
FOR THE BEST COALS,
Welsh Anthracite and Australians, call
up Independent Coal & Ice Co., 353
Stark, opposite City Library. Phones.
M. 7S0, A 37W.
350 LADIES' COATS.
On sale at Le Palais Royal at u off:
broadcloth in all shades, mixtures, satin,
velvet, etc., all Included In this sale. 375
All the delicacies of the season at th
Portland Restaurant; fine : rlvate apart
ments for ladies, 30S Wash., near Fifth.
SICHEL'S SHORT SMOKES
Make a man happy when he can't smoke
a big- one. Little Havanas highest
quality SIchel sells them.
Xrw Church at Oak Grove.
Purchase of a lot 50x100 for the
site of a new Methodist Church at
Oak Grove, south of Mllwaukie. was
completed yesterday. The new church
will cost $2000. The organization of a
Methodist Ladies' Aid Society a few
months ago has resulted In the suc
cessful movement for this new church.
50c to $17.50
For Men, Womea and Children.
the house is built
Dollar by Dollar
most fortunes are made
Start yours today by open
ing an account with
The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon
We pay from
two to four per cent on
Call for our book of
1 Portland Trust Company
S. E. CORNER THIRD AND O'K STREETS
BEX.I. T. COHEN Trenlilent
H. I- l'ITT K Vice-President
IR. A. . MCIIOI-S..2d Vice-I're-t.
B. I.EE I'AtiET Secretary
W. J. !!. I A&ftifttant Secretary
f. W. DfcUKAFF Cashier
DR. W. A. WISE
We can supply you with bridges without
plates that will be perfectly firm, look as
well a the naturai teeth and chew your
THE IR. WISE SYSTEM,
perfected during 21 years' active practice
in Portland, guarantee you unrivaled ra
nultn In all branches of the dental pro
fusion. Plates that fit perfectly and that
won't come loose, absolutely painless extrac
tions, scientific porcelain and Inlay work, alt
performed by specialists -f stanalng in the
profession. Your work done In a day If
WISE DENTAL CO., INC.
Dr. W. A. Wise. Murr., years In Port
land. Second Hoor, FalUn bldff.. Third and
WashlnKton streets'. Office hours; 8 A. M.
to 8 P. M. Sundays, "9 to 1 P. M. Painless
extracting, fiita ; plates, f 3 up. Phones A
and Mntn 20'jn
B. Iee Paget and C. A. Lewis are mem
bers cf the board of trustees.
Notice to stockholders, pajre 17.
STOCK OF UMBRELLAS
Call and See, Them.
We are making a discount of 10 per
cent and 20 per cent on good ones.
SPECIAL Ladies- Silk Umbrellas
valued to J-",.00; SALE
CnM and See Them.
Run. proof Umbrellas
Repairing and Re-coverlnar.
We have the only complete electri
cally operated umbrella shop In Port
land. Best work at lowest prices. Per
S12 Waitlilngtan St., Bet. 5th and . 6th.
Leave Your Orders for
Chickens, Lb., I6c-T7c
Fresh Eggs, dozen 35
Eastern Eggs, dozen.. 25c and 30
roll 60S 65 and 70
Full Cream Cheese, lb 17
Best Eastern Haras 15c lb.
in the Opening, Jan. 20,
1909, send $2.50 to
RnsohurC Ahsfrarf i"V
M'.'iHW l!,'.'U...;..Ml.u. '.i.imim. u .
OVERCOATS AND GRAVENETTES
V' ll -1 '-'"My
So Student. No Gas Ho Cocaine
We Set the Pace Specialists in
and those afflicted with heart
weakness can have their teeth
extracted and filled without any
pain or bad results.
Best plain rubber plate.. $8.00
Bridge work $5.00
22-k gold $5.00
Silver filling 50 up
CLEANING TEETH FREE.
Consultation and estimates free.
Open evenings until 7. Lady In
Union Painless Dentists
Suite 1, 2, 3 and 4,
2214 Morrison,' Corner First.
Piione A 2132..
Dr. E. M. Dallas
has returned from Europe, where he
has been investigating the NEW
WIESBADEN METHOD of eye-test-insr.
which caused so much talk in
England, France and Germany. No
extra charge will be made for this
wonderful science, in the fitting of
glasses. Our prices are very reason
able, our methods are accurate and
lenses absolutely correct.
218-19 Failing Building, Corner Third
Second Floor. Take Elevator.
For less than at wholesale. Remodel
Injr a specialty. Fur coats of all kinds
made to order.
209 Madison. - - - Tel. Main 6817
A 2776 Pliones Main 2776.
Vulcan Coal Co.
329 Bnrnside St.
All Other High-Grade House Coals.
1S.0 roll Se
Grown, and Bridg-e-work.
Bern 405, Ueknin.
Opes Evaaiiisa XUi 1.
Schwab Printing Co.
BE SI frOIIK. REASONABLE PRICES
03P'' TEETH -
on vviiiuxi we nave saveu
25 percent to 40 per cent
and offer the same ad
vantages to you.
Everything new in the
way of styles, colors and
fabrics the buttoned-to-the-chin
coat, called the
"Kronprinz and Kaiser,"
made up in various
weaves, plain and fancy
colors, the loose box-back
coat, or form-fitting coat,
Meltons, Velours, Vicun
as, Cheviots and Beavers;
all the fabrics that are in
demand, and all lengths to
fit men of all proportions,
priced at $15.00, $18.00,
$20.00, $22.50 and $25.00.
We Call SPECIAL ATTENTION to Our
"SLIP-ON" Cravenette at $16.50
When the foot is grotfirig
one pair of Hi-fitting shoes may cause foot de
formities which will last through life.
The Gotzian Shoe is made for children as
well as for men and women and "fits like your
it. if.... t"ilwti tr .twn.
Made in St. Paul by C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
Head Office: Toronto, Canada. ;
Accounts may be opened in the name of two people, -payable to
either of them or the survivor.
Interest allowed on the undisturbed monthly balance credited
Foreign Exchange bought and sold. ,
, Drafts Issued, payable in all principal cities.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
F. C. MALPAS, Manager Portland Branch.
SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND STEAMSHIP CO.
UPPER DECK $15 SECOND-CLASS $3
S. S. ROSE CITY
SAILS FROM AIXSWORTH DOCK, 4 P. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
J. W. RANSOM, Dock Agent, Ainsworth Dock. Phone Main 268.
M. J. ROCHE, C. T. A., 142 Third St. Phones Main 402, A 1402.
AH modern outside rooms with every con
venience. Free auto-'bua meets trains and
boats. J. H. DAVIS, Proprietoi
"The Success Factory"
Wm mamufmetun Dle-cuiAEmbommmd
Hew Procew. New Idea; clever designs mle to order
Prices astonishingly low
DOIMTrDC -Portland Tnitt BMtf.
rnl n I k. o l nird and A.
OF AOVERTISIMa 'Portland, Oregon
Gotzian & Co. alnce 18SS.
Best of the Bestw
" A. SANTAELLA A CO
The Hsurt Cigar Co.
Pianos for Rent
and sold on easy payments.