Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, February 06, 1909, Page 11, Image 11

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FEBRUARY 6, 1909.
.THE MORNING QREGOXIAN. SATURDAY,
BASEBALL CHIEFS
INVADE PORTLAND
Will Meet Today to Arrange
Schedule for Northwestern
League Season.
ALL CLUBS REPRESENTED
Mnijnntos Will Forecast Standing of.
Teams and Lofeer Will Provide
Big Banquet After Last
Game Is Played.
BY TV. J. PETRAIX.
Majmates of the Northwestern Base
ball League arrived in Portland yester
day and will meet today at the Oregon
Hotel to axransre a schedule of playing
dates for the coming eeason. All of the
delegates to the meeting are now on
hand, although it Is possible that one or
two stray magnates may drift in this
morning. Last niKht every club in the
league was represented at a preliminary
gabfest. where a few mentions of trades
were made, but no definite decisions
reached.
Dave Dugdale and Joe Conn monopo
lized the office of William H. Lucas dur
ing the greater part of the morning, but
about noon Bob Brown, who arrived on
the morning trajn, and Pearl Casey,
Walter McCredle and Judge arcCredle
blew In, and some of the magnates had
to find seating capacity on the tables.
Later in the afternoon the gathering
was increased by the arrival of the Ab
erdeen contingent Walter Macfarla.no
and Clarence 11. Rowland two of the
magnates who have the other fellows
guessing Just a trifle. In fact, the chief
tains of the "Black Cat" brigade wear
- a perpetual smile and refuse to make
any predictions as to how much of a
lead they are going to have In the pen
nant race.
Dug Slated for Cellar.
"Mncfariane." said Dug. addressing the
Aberdeen chief. "I think you might as
well get In the game and toll how much
you are going to beat me. Bob Brown,
Joe Cohn and Casey have slated me for
somewhere In the cellar, so I'djike ro
know how I am to fare with you."
"You'll find out soon enough," replied
the Aberdeen magnate.
"Well. I'm mishty glad there Is some
thing I'll have to find out." replied Dug.
"for all the other fellows have me beaten
already."
Growing srlou. the genial Seattle
man continued: "I tell you. boys. I am
not going to be found In the cellar this
year. Once is enough. Why. do you
know, there are friends of mine In Seat
tle who explain that the only reason I
staved in the cellar so long last season
was because I wanted to. Now. wouldn't
that cave the plats of anyone who hasn't
the outside lining I haver"
Rowland Out to Win.
Manager- Rowland, the new guiding
hand of the Aberdeen club, halls from
pug's home town, and by way of di
version the two got Into an animated
conversation over things pertaining to
Dubuque. As Rowland told of what
old-time friends of the "Seattle man
were doing. Dug's eyes glistened and
he listened attentively to all the new
manager had to say. Rowland Is a
clean-cut young fellow with an air
of determination that indicates it will
not be his fault If his club docs not
win fr at least give the winner a run
for its money. President Macfarlane
reposes the utmost confidence in Row
land, and while he regrets the loss
of Bob Brown, believes that the new
manager win prove equally as success
ful as was the ex-Portland player.
After the matinee session had con
cluded the magnates adjourned to the
hotel, where they met Schreeder and
Russ Hall, of Tacoma, and Lynch, Dug's
chief dependence during the coming
season. A few moments later the
crowd was Joined by A. R. Dickson, of
Vancouver, B. C.
Judge McCredie advanced a scheme
whereby the league magnates will all
participate in a big banquet at the end
of the season for which the loser will
pay. The plan was agreeable to all,
and requires that all magnates place
a seaiea prediction 01 me blwiuiwb
the clubs at the end of the eeason with
President Lucas. These are to be
opened after the last game and the
man missing the percentages the
farthest is to be host.
The main battle In the schedule
framing today will be over the opening
dates as well as against lengthy trips
on the road. According to the league
rules, the holiday games are pooled
and It matters little where they are
played, for all clubs share equally In
the receipts. However, Portland will
have all of the holiday dates here, for
that has been settled by the arrange
ment of the Pacific Coast League
schedule.
CLUB NAMES KEPHESENTATITES
Team Partly Picked for Interclab
Meet at Spokane.
- The Multnomah Amateur Athletlo Club
has selected the names of the boxers
and wrestlers eligible to go to Spokane
for the lntercluh tourney with the Spo
kane Amateur Athletic Club scheduled to
be held there February X. With the ex
ception of the 115-pound wrestler, the
makeup of the Multnomah team is set
tled. "Bud" Hughes will represent the
club In tho 125-pound wrestling division,
and MMgard or Dr. Tuttle will meet the
Spokane entry at 145 pounds. This will
be decided later.
Among the boxers Olmar Dranga will
go to Spokane as the club's representa
tive at 123 pounds, and will again try to
maintain his undefeated record since he
won the Pacific Onast Championship at
that weight. Hood Bot'ler, the club's
vetnran at 133 pounds, will be sent to up
hold the honors of the club.
BATTLE BETWEEN" CHAMPIONS
Portland-Victoria Basketball Con
test Tonight Promises Well.
Possessing the highest percentage of
any team in the league, and with an
absolutely undefeated league record
this season, the prospects appear bright
for the Y. M. C. A. In its contest with
Victoria, B. C, tonight. The Canadian
team comes as one of the finest quintets
In the association combination, and up to
the present, had not been defeated this
season.
Although th Portland team has shown
Itself to be undoubtedly superior In bas-ket-tosslr.g
and alt that goes to produce
a team, the result is far from a foregone
conclusion. In order to try out the team
that will wear the association colors,
the five for the first half of the game
Mill not be the same as the team that
has had success on the home floor.
reveral of the fastest men on the local
five And themselves unable to take the
Northern trip and various men will be
tried out tonight for the vacant posl-
Freeman, the team's coach, will in all
probability play as center, with Hart
man and Sill as forwards. Sill is one of
the smart little players that appeared in
ih second string of the association last
I vnr and this is his first appearance
wearing the premier colors. Sweeney and
Sheets will play together as guards, while
there will possibly be one or two reserve
mBefore leaving Victoria, the Canadian
captain assured a reporter that the only
team he was afraid of was' that of Port
land and It would appear to be up to the
local boys to show him that his fears
were Justified. Play will be called
at 8:30 o'clock. -
RIVALRY WHEN TEAMS MEET
Allen Preparatory and Columbia to
Play Basketball Today.
The basketball players representing the
Allen Preparatory School and Columbia
University are scheduled to meet, at 2:3
o'clock this afternoon, at the gymnasium
of the T. M. C. A. Both teams are com
prised of speedy basketball players and
the rivalry already evinced Insures a
hotly contested game thi afternoon.
The basketball tossers will line up this
afternoon as follows:
Columbia. Position. Ai'.en-
Clancy F Broughton
Campbell F Chapman
Dooley C
Woodrum Hughes
McDonald O Qearnart
SCOTCH AGAINST WORLD
COICMBIA SOCCER TEAM 19 TO
JIEET COSMOPOLITAN MNE.
Multnomah Llne-np In Today's Game
Is) Composed of Men of All Na
tionalities Hard Fight Sure.
A Eolld tcw of Scotchmen will represent
the forward line of the Columblas' As
sociation football team In its game against
Multnomah, on Multnomah Field at 3
o'clock this afternoon. They constitute a
fast, rangy quintette, the hardest the
clubmen will have gone up against so far
this season. They are Tom Burns, Pro
fessor J. K. Mackle, J. D. Mackle. Alex
Young and Tait.
The Columblas have a rather cosmopoli
tan Une-up. Challls and MacKay, two of
the halves, are Scotchmen, and come from
Edinburgh. Honeyman. the other half. Is
an American. Clarke, left fullback, U
English. Dr. Short, captain, and Hay-:
fling, goalkeeper, are Canadians, from
Toronto.
This crack eleven, which was in a way
the pick of the town at the beginning of
the season, has been looked to since the
Portland Cricketers were beaten on Mult
nomah Field Christmas, as the team on
which It devolved to beat Multnomah,
which so far has been fortunate enough to
escape a drubbing. It will outweigh the-
clubmen. and with few exceptions, its
members have had more experience and
have played on better teams. The Mult
nomah men; however, have had better
opportunity to practice, to keep In condi
tion through tho cold spell and to develop
team work. The Columbias are heavier;
the clubmen perhaps faster. Chances in
soccer circles are regarded as close.
Hutchinson, goalkeeper of the Rangers,
will be referee. The line-ups will be as
follows:
Columblas Hayfllng. gal: Clarke and Dr.
Short, backs: t'h.illU, Honeyman and MacKay
hnlfbacks; Talt and Young, left win; "Jim
iiackle. center; J. K. Mackle and Burns,
right wjng.
Multnomah Bert-, goal; Crosby and Dy
ment. backs; A. Matthew, Bennett and Sam
mons, halves; Kydd and Dick, right wins;
Mills, center; H. Matthew and Hanson, lea
wins: Oamrole, substitute. . .
I
THREE SKATERS ABOUT TIED
Card, Kruse and Holt Lead In Six
Day Race.
At the Exposition rink last night the
greatest distance covered In one day for
the week was recorded, the distance be
ing 10 10-13 miles. Kruse met with a
mishap In having some one make away
with his racing shoes. There was an
unusually large crowd in attendance. As
the score stood' last night three men
Card, Kruse . and Holt eeem to have
about equal chances to come In first.
Sunday afternoon's race will be a paced
affair at one mile. Sunday night - the
event will be a three-mile paced race for
time records. Tonight ends the six-day
contest. The score:
First Total
Night. Laps.
Little 133 878
Fuller 140 6S4
Kruse 140 S
Farnoll 138 679
Holt 140 6S7
Card 140 685
Rlckard 1.19 674
Copeland 139 659
ALBRIGHT AFTER "STRANGLER."
Rochester Wrestler Wants to Meet
Pride of Portland Waterfront.
Con Albright, the Rochester wrestler,
wants to meet Strangler Smith In a
handicap wrestling match in which he
agrees to throw the pride of Portland's
water-front twice In one hour of actual
wrestling. He would like to arrange for
this match as soon as possible, for he
may not be able to remain in Portland I
longer than three weeks, owing to com
ing engagements, and if Smith Is anxious
for a match he will take him on Imme
diately. Albright says that ho has heard a
great deal about Smith since he came
here a few days ago, and would like to
meet the local man.
A few days ago Smith professed to be
able to secure backing for a return
match with O'Connell, but as the latter
is scheduled to meet "Young Hacken
Bchmldt" on February 18. Smith might
talk matters over with Albright.
PORTLAND ROUTE IS OPEN
Southern Paclflo Resumes Traffic
From California North.
DUNSMTjrR, Cal.. Feb. 5. At 7 o'clock
this evening the first of the six south
bound passenger trains, which have been
stalled here by a landslide which
obstructed traffic on the Shasta route of
the Southern Pacific for several days, left
for Sacramento and San Francisco. Two
Portland trains held at Red Bluff ar
rived here this afternoon and were held
until 7 o'clock tonight, when they prcA
ceeded north through the Sacramento
canyon.
The slide at Gibson has been cleared
away and the Portland-San Francisco
route is now open.
Teams to Train at Lelwston.
LEWISTON. Idaho, Feb. 4. (Special.)
The management of the Aberdeen
baseball team is again considering com
ing to Lewiston for Spring practice.
Spokane has already decided to train
here, and It la said Portland may de
cide In favor of Lewiston. The Aber
deen men were here last year and the
results secured at that time are re
sponsible for the desire to again do
their early work here.
Brave Win Basketball Game.
CHE MAW A, Or., Feb. 6. (Special.)
The Chemawa boys' basketball team de
feated the Independence team this even-
lng by a score of 20 to 13 in a very fast
game. For the Indians, Wilson threw
five baskets, Clarke three, Sortor one and
Darnell one. For Independence, Byers
one. Johnson one and Pomeroy three.
Pomeroy also threw three fouls.
AVelsh-Erne Mill Soon. -
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 6. Freddie
Welsh, of England, and Young Erne, of
Philadelphia, are scheduled to fight a
20-round bout on the evening of Satur
day, February 20, before the West Side
Athletlo Club across the . river from
here.
Pendleton IS, Walla Walla 11.
PENDLETON, Or., Feb. 6. (Special.)
Pendleton High School defeated Walla
Walla High School at basketball here to
night by the score of 13 to lL In a
former game at "Walla Walla the latter
won by a big score.
SECOND . FOULS FAVORITE
Sport at Santa Anita Marred by Mud
and Tricky Work.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 6. The races at
Banta Anita Park today were run over
a muddy track and three favorites were
returned winners. In the fourth event
John A., who finished second, was dis
qualified for fouling the favorite. Hasty
Agnes. The official placing was: Donald
Macdonald, Hasty Agnes and Red Gaunt
let. Results:
Seven furlongs selling Haber won. Joseph
K second, 8am Barnard third ; time, 1:27 1-6.
Five furlong, selling Maid of Gotham
won, Rosslare second. Bell of Brass third;
time, 1:01 2-6. ,.
Suven furlongs, sailing Snowball won.
Grantle Dame second, Norfolk third; time,
1:2s. '
Mile, purse Donald McDonald won. Hasty
Agnes second. IVsd Gauntlet third; time,
1:40.
Mile and Quarter Merllngo won, Harry
Bcott second, Lord Stanhope third; time,
2 :0S 8-6.
Six furlongs, selling Star Thistle won.
Right Sort second. Inclement third; time,
1:13 2-6.
Seven furlongs, selling Margaret Ran
dolph won, Voorheea second, Homeless
third; time 1:26 8-6.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hotel Portland W. B. Sacke. New York:
I. Bronson and wife, New York; N. K.
Zwetow. Cleveland; B, B. Caldwell, Grand
Iiaplds: S. Raymond, Grand Rapids; G
F. Crule. Spokane; E. V. Woods. Columbus:
J. Kelfer, Seattle; Mrs. M. Wee, Seattle;
A. H. Laudberger. San Francisco: G. H.
Franco, Chliago; M. J. Phillips and wife.
Miss Phillips. New westminnter: G. v..
Cherrington, Omaha: G. T. Cameron and
wife. San Mateo; G- H. "Conaught, Jennie
Norelll, Los Angeles; W. T. Lester. Toledo;
6 Eibsenschultx. W. Moore, Chicago; Mrs.
Clapham. Miss Clapham. Victoria; Mrs. H.
G. Ros. Miss Ross, Vancouver; M. Li.
Gwlnere and wife, Pendleton: E. B. Hunt
Seattle; C. Rafleld. Colorado Springs; W. t
Tailant. Astoila; H. T. Lewis. K. H. Muck.
F. Miller, A. J. Dlehl, San Francisco; J.
Kaufman. Chicago; H. S. Tyler, Lewiston;
G Bates, New York; Colonel D. D. Mann.
Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sprague Win
nipeg; A. D. Davidson, Toronto : Miss V nite,
Portland; H. T. Brings, Saa Francisco; J
G Stine. Walla Walla; A. A. Bevln, Con
necticut; P. Berhman, Seattle; R. S. Dollar,
an Francisco. ..
The Oregon R. O. Haggert. Seattle: TV.
B. Ewing. Peoria; H. A. Kimmerwalt.
Salem; J. N. Stone, Milton; W. V.- Weaver.
Corvallis; H. C. Taylor, Miss L. Warren Se
attle: E. L. Van Dresan, St. Paul: J.
Galway, Aberdeen; George M. Suereden, Russ
Hall, M. J. Lynch, Tacoma; C. R. Dukson,
Victor C. Lord, Vancouver; George Koeleler
and wife. Seattle; S. F. Longhborrough and
wife, San Francisco; Frank Vrquhard, Kan
sas City; W. A. Reynolds. Silverton; F. Vr..
Kllppen and family, Kansas City; C. A.
Waitland. Vancouver; E. D. Mathlsoij. Vale.
R p Brown. Spokane; R. M. Wilson and
wife. Baker City; C. H. Lamb. Los An
gelese; C. D. Baldwin and family. Mrs.
Jennie Baldwins. Douglas: D. E. Dugdale
and wife. Peter Conmacher, Seattle; W. w.
Wilson and wife. Spokane; H. L. Johnson,
Chicago; Mrs. H. H. Mott. T. H. Allman.
Cathlamet; A. G. Fletcher, Seattle; Louis
Schott. Jr.. Echo: W. P. Andrews, North
Yakima; C. H. Rowland. C. R. Macfarland.
and wife, Aberdeen; Edward Hasley, Seat
tle; Guatave Wredo, Tacoma; Clyde R. Seitz,
U S K. S.: E. N. Smith, Eupene; Charlees
Butler.. Port Townsend; John R. Brown,
Blucoe.- T. L. Huston, Vancouver; W. C.
Walling. Minneapolis: F. I. Broun. 8an
Francisco; H. S. Cannon and wife, Aleander;
Hugh D. Smith, Echo; 8. J. Kendrick. On
tario; Christ Staitos, New York; Carl D.
Selover. Satem; F. B. Upshaw, city: w. J.
Kulcr, Seattle; V. J. Robblns. Jpllensburg;
D. D. Kuler, Seattle: J. M. Kelly, Pitts
burg: E. B. Hunt, Seattle; Charles Rafleld,
A 8 Bush. Colorado Springs; George E.
Hansen and wife, F.- H. McDevltt, J. M.
Soeffler, Va.UeJo; c. C. Klnsay F. C. RupP'e.
San Francisco; J. Chrlsler, Chicago; W. B.
Sherman. Grants Pass; M. A. Smith. Chi
cago; l. H. Jackson, Medford: J. H. Han
sen. Gllner: W. C. Green. Medford; T. Wil
cox and wife, Vancouver.
The Perkins A. J. PowelL Walla Walla;
R. E. Wilson. Cambridge; W. H. Easter,
Tillamook; B F Seellg. C. E. Lucke, Spo
kane; Mrs. d. T. Blnisham. Tacoma; Mrs.
G M. Dennett, St. Helens; Miss Sadie Ellis.
Monmouth: A. K. Blake, city: B. Wapner,
Seattle; N. F. Hall. San Francisco; Stuart
Terry, Snohomish; A. L. Thomas, Newport;
I.ee Evans, Pnohomlsh; Charles Wisely,
Sclo; J. B. Blenklron, W. Foley. Sioux City;
J J. Johnson. Newherg; C. L. Hall, Denver;
Miles Kemler, Pendleton: J. A. McLeod,
F. B. Upshaw, Tacoma; J. a Hall. Wood
land: F. A. Welch. Salem: L. C. Thompson,
Carlton; Lizzie Brink. Seville. CaL; Mrs.
H C. Lawton, Grants Pass; Simon Caro,
J.-A. Linden. San Francisco; W. J. Kings
ley, Seattle; A. C, Hopkins. A. M. Hopkins.
Tacoma; A. L Bunnell. Goldendale; Jo
seph Sllva. Lyle; F. M. Runnells, Jr.,
Majshfleld; A. D Klnner and wife. Erie, Pa.;
D. M. Gochnour, J. G. Murphy. Elma; Mrs.
F Pine. The Dalles; J. W. Smith- and wife,
lone; Mrs. F. Prlndle, Foesll; Mrs. W. N.
Brown. S B. Hill, George stelfax. Condon;
H B Rrldgely and wife. Dayton; Bert
H. Haines, Seattle; B. J. Janette, Chicago;
Mrs. H. A. Warford. Mrs. 1. A. Munken,
Albany; Mrs. F. O. Drake, Des Moines, la.;
Dr. Charles Hicks. Forest Grove; J. H. Car
penter. Alfred Babcock. Brisbee, CaL; J. H.
Wintermantle, F. W. Carey, Seattle.
The Imperial Mrs. A. R Rennlck, Kelso;
O. A. Nichols. Mysolis; S. Roade. Clackamas-
E. H Brown and wife Echo; Mrs.
C A Barrett, Athena; A- S. Star.hope, Wor
cester; C S. Uoward, Los Angele.x; R.
Adams, Dallas; P A. Hakes, Scappoose;
J C. Ourner and wife. St John; Mrs. F.
D. Shelton, Seattle; Mr W. B. Hawkins,
Ilwaco; C. Cone. Spokane: K. Kiddle, laiana
City; J S. Mahon. Harvey; Miss M. James.
Salem: HIM Dealy. Astoria; H. F. Jenkins,
Newport; H L. Benson. Klamath Falls;
Mrs. T. J. Mahoney. Hoppnor; E. J. Davis,
Freewator; A. N. Sollss. Ontario; W. F.
Burch. Salem; A. C. Woodcock. Eugene;
E May, Silverton: A. Peacock. G Armitage,
Albany; A. I- Bunnell. Geldendale; J. 8.
Jarvls and wife. H, od River; T. M. Bald
win. Prinevllle; A. L. Miller. Seattle; N. J.
Fmuott, The Dalles; C. A. Barrett. Athena:
W C. Chaise. W. H. Arbuckle. Coqullle;
H. M. Brownell, Astorfa; S. A. Hughes.
Salem- F. B. Barnes and wife, Camas;
J. W. Cochran, city: J. M. Williams. Eugene-
J. H. Blnsham. Eugene; A. D.
Hughes, Baker City: E. B Smith. Fossil.
The Calumet C. J. Leeds and wife, Seat
tle: R. E. Nevlna and family, city: S. S.
FrisMe. Seattle; W. M. Kapens. W. O.
Hadley, city: J. Smith, H. Canfleld. Cin
cinnati; F. C. Moore, San Francisco; L. L.
I ewis and wife, Tacoma; F. Rowell and
wife Newberg; Mrs. C. B. Betts. The
Dalles; W. Kennedy and" wife. Lmmetts-burg-
Mrs. Eugene Rathhone, Vancouver;
Mrs S. M. Maxwell, W. Maxwell. Los An
geles; E. a Kloppenherg, Seattle; H. G.
Wells city: B. Clayton. Salmon: K. La
Mour. Aurora: L Egger. Sprlngwater; E.
B. McDuffle, Seattle: M. Mitchell, E. Klrker,
San Francisco. s
The ixujmoore A. MacFarland and wife,
Brooklyn; Miss Schutz. Baker City: H. A.
Wvman. J. M. Charters. La Fayette: H. E.
Bookew. Spokane; Mrs. A. N Johnson.
Miss Lowella Larsen. MInot; W. Brown,
Eugene; W. J. Sepenody. Chicago; J. K.
Wilson. Hood River; W. M. Ke.key and
wife, Pendleton; F. W. Power balem; A.
Kennerman and wife. Salem; Haiel Wilson,
j Dixon. Vancouver; G. P. Morden, city;
a Frazer, Hood River; R. A. Capios.
rl'tv W R Bsrrle and wife. Astoria: Mrs.
V Hamilton. F. Phlscaton. J. K. Gordon
and Seattle; Mrs. D. H. Williams Ml.
Leah Williams. Fresno; Mrs F C. Adams,
settle- C B. Scott, Panford; E. C. Lspey.
city-: W. Frenchenmiller and tamlly. San
Francisco.
The St. Charles I. P.- Btoudout. city,
Ralph McSlmmons, Lebanon: F. C. Pnilth.
Yankton; R. C. Phelps, Salem; A O. WeUs,
Boring; D. V. Cole and wife, city: J. W
Mtnnlrk. Union; L Adams and wife. St.
Louis- B. W. Lafferty. Hood River; W'.
vtuklna city: Andy Gaines. Astoria; L
""mXlorY and wlfi. Seattle; H. B Mar
tin city; J. H. Metzger. wife and son.
G?esham; C. Wlest. Kelso: W. M. Gllser,
gr'.foouglaas. Bngle Creek: L. Brlstow.
c iy: J. D. Kerby. H. J Warnock. Norton ;
H j. Anderson. The Dafles: Mary Penning
ton B. F. Pennington. W. W. Hastings and
wife Grand Dalles; J. Gillespie, city ; E. E.
Parker and wife. Albany; I. Cbltwood Astoria-
8. H. McGlnnew, Grass Valle ; A. J.
Douglass. Dufur.. Elmer Doug.as. Eagle
C-eek- N. J. Walter. Shelton; John Mc
Farland and wife. Castle Bock; Lowdeji
Howard and wlfJ. Ostrander; Frank Borrell
and wife. Newberg; W. O Hunter. Hood
River; S. L. Courtney, Hartlano; A. O.
HEILIG THEATER
E. H. SOTHERN
This Afternoon
LORD DCXDREARt
Tonight '
HAMLET.
Prices Both Matinee and Night, $3,00, $1.60,
ENGAGEMENT EXTENDED
SOTHERN
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
LORD DUNDREARY
TUESDAY NIGHT
RICHELIEU
BEAT SALE OPENS TODAY
Prices: Entire Lower Floor, Balcony, $1.80
$1.00, 75p. Gallery, 73c. BOo.
THEATRE
Emnlra Theater Co. fine.) Lessee.
George L. Baker, General Manager.
Today and Tonight Only.
Baker ttock Company all this week in
i lie jtoube UI a xnviwwt .....-.
Evenings. Zjc. iire. uoc.
15c. 25o.
Next week, .opening tomorrow
THE JAP."
matinee.
BAKER THEATER
Phones Main 2. A S360.
Oregon Theater Co. (Ino.) Lessee.
George L. Baker, General Manager.
Matinee 2:15 Last Time Tonight.
8 AN' IRAN CIS CO OPERA CO..
In
THE STROLLERS."
Night prices 26c. 50c, 75c Mats. S5c. 500.
Next veek opens tomorrow matinee,
"The Burgomawter."
fx MAIN 6 A lOO. .MaunroB
V Kx. Sundays and Holidays.
kftifiCVm 1S.95.5lls
hlGHH
THEATER
15-25-50-750
Week of Feb. 1. "The Sound of the
Gong:" Wilin and Melolse; lmro Fox,
Claudius and Scarlet, Loulwe Schmidt Op
eratic Trio. Armstrong; and Verne, Amoros
bisters. Orchestra, Pictures.
THE GRAND
Vaudeville De Luxe
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 1.
Carlyle, Moore and Company: Lukens
Trained Pony Circus: - Lewis McCord and
Company; The Van Diemans; Marjory Bar
rett; Fred Bauer; Grandascope.
PANTAGES THEATER
Advanced Vaudeville, Stars of All Nations.
B ARNOLD'S DOG AND MONKEY ACTORS
In their one-act comedy pantomime,
"A HOT TIME IN IXKJVILLK."
Including Dan, the famous Intoxicated Ca
nine. The highest-salaried animal act In
vaudeville. - -- - -Matinee
Dally, ISc. Two Shows at Night.
15c and 6c
THE SJAR
Phones Main Hit
A H9
rnntlnnnna Vaudeville. Week of Feb. 1.
The Leonards. In classio poses; Redwood
and Gorden. comedy sketch; Miss Alice
Lewis, soubrette; Illustrated Song; Pryor
and Savllle, comedians; Smlletta Bisters,
contortionists; Motion Ploturea
Two shows every afternoon: three shows
every evening, lOo to all. Amateur night
every Friday,
IMPORTANT!
CONCERT BY
GeorgrP. Walcker
Basso of Berlin,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1TTH.
Masonic Temple.
Tonight! Last Race
SIX DAYS' MEET
It's anybody's race yet
must be decided tonight. Don't
miss the finish.
SUNDAY RACING
Afternoon 1-mile race, 3 P. M.
Evening 2-mile race, 9 P. M.
Paced against time.
Special Matinee Today.
EXPOSITION RINK
j-
Wells, Boring; John Bekler, Gresham; F.
M Moris, Cecil; Jack Huston, Aberdeen:
Cyrus Wlest. Kelso; Mrs. Carrie Wtlklns and
daughter, M. F. Moran, city: Lee Evans,
Corbett; Mrs. Mamie Brand, Hlllsboro; W.
Hanklns. city; c. F. Williams, T. J. Ardray
and wife. Corvallis: Mrs. Hamilton and
daughter, Oregon City; F. A. Von. city;
Kd Longer and wife, Vancouver; Agnes
Hoover, Nellie Robeson, Ostrander; J. Bauer,
Salem.
The Nortonla W. M. Godfrey and wife,
Denver; G. Hmlth and wife, Aberdeen; P.
McKenna, St. Paul: W. D. Gary and wife,
Spokane; Miss F. E. Holmes. Seaside; J.
Kaner. Rockford; L. J. Wltten and wife,
Grand Rapids: H. Bamberger and wife, city;
W. M. Zleder, New York; K. H. Kllllan, Oak
land; J. W. Mohler. Seattle; W. R. Berry,
St. Louis; F. C. Sutor, Austin; B. H. Garret,
Louisville; W. E. Hentey, San Francisco.
The Cornelius G. R- Drury. Seattle; H.
J. Weston and wife. Chicago; C. Edgett, St.
Paul; E. Vanderburg, New York; F. D.
Bradley, Chlj-ago; E. H. Foster and wife,
U Grande; R. D. Burke C. llasburg. Coos
Bay; H. Hamlin, Philadelphia; W. H. Coon,
Kansas City; R. Fulton, shepherds Spring;
J. S. Moore, San Francisco; Mrs. C. D.
Merer, Seattle; J. S. Comstock, Tacoma: L.
T. "Browning. Seattle; Miss Carrie Barton,
San Francisco; W. L. Bidden, Madison; G.
H. Johnson, Dufur. .
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL .REPORT.
PORTLAND, Feb. 8. Maximum tempera
ture, 45.3 degrees; minimum. StJ.6 degrees.
River reading at 8 A. M.. 7.3 feet: change In
lat 24 hours, rise .8 foot. Total rainfall (5
p. M to 6 P. M.), .19 Inch: total since Sep
tember 1. 10C8. 22.42 lnche; normal, 21.86
inches; deficiency, 4.44 Inches. Total sunshine
February 4, none: possible sunehlne, 0 hours.
48 minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea-level)
at S P. M., 29.T6 Inches.
FORECASTS.
For the 28 hour ending midnight, Feb. 6:
Portland and vicinity Rain; brisk south
erly winds.
Oregon Rain: brisk southerly winds In
terior and high south to southwest winds
along the coast. '
Washington Rain; high southerly winds.
Idaho Rain or enow; brisk to h!g"h south
erly winds. EDWARD A BBALS.
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
The disturbance yesterday evening off the
Washington coast has1 disappeared In British
Columbia and a new disturbance has ap
peared near Vancouver Island. Storm warn
ings are continued at all seaports in this dis
trict. During the Uut 24 hours the following
rnaxlmum -wind velocities were reported:
North Head, Wash., 72 miles, south; Tatoosn
Island. Wash., 44 miles, southeast: Seattle,
Wash, 44 miles, southeast; Portland, Or., 32
miles, south; Spokane. Wash., 80 miles,
southwert; Walla Walla, Wash., M miles,
southwest, and Pocateilo. Idaho, 26 miles,
southwest. Moderately heavy rain has (alien
In Western Oregon and Washington and light
rain or emow has occurred In Eastern Oregon
and Southern Idaho. No Important change
has taken place In the temperature since yes
teriay. The Indications are for rain in this district
ju re mi sr r x. a c.w
I I w nr I fr., iTi
THE
PORTLAND
PORTLAND, CI
EUROPEAN MuAN
MODERN
RESTAURANT
COST ONE MILLION DOLLAK8.
f HOTELOREGON
CORMER SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS
X Portland's New and Modern Hotel. Rates $1 per Diy and Dp I
European Plan. Free Bus
: WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO. Props. Z
irS-llw &KfS in i heart r
lrrfSSR5is most odern
ft V;2a:.i Low
',.1.1' B '! '
Centrally Located
pift
Lemaj DtrtaBcj
la
J. F. DAV1ES, Preaident
St Charles Hotel
CO. (INCORPORATED)
Front and Morrison Streets. PORTLAND, TOR.
EUROPEAN PLAN ' ROOMS 50c TO $1.50
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION
THE
Park St. Bet Morris on
- and Alder
CALUMET
HOTEL
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MODERN
. v . . ' .-.
C. W. CORNELIUS,
Proprietor
Bamrday. with no marked !5n,Vn.
perature. .High southerly w'ndV" nSrV
along the coast Bni In the Sound country.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at 5 P. M., Paclflo time.
February 5: rz
Wind
t 9
I'
STATIONS.
Baker City
Poise
Kureka
Helena
Kamloops. .......
North Head
Pocateilo
Portland
Red Bluff
Roseburg
Sacramento
Bait I-ake
Pan Franclsoo...
Spokane
Tacoma
Tatoosh Ieland..
Walla Walla....
Rlalne
Siskiyou
RRI0.00I 8 8
3Si T. 4,E
6o'0.Ol10S
82 T. I24IW
4210.00 leSH
46'0.J4:18 SV
S2:0.00!2I5W
Pt. cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Clear
Pt. cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Rain
Clear
Cloudy
45:0.O8i20S
62i0.00
40(0. 00
620.00
413E
8iS
8 3
8TW
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
4lo!oo
6 iW
S9'0.00!16'PW
42 O.OS'18 SW
42'0.o8:24 S
40;0.OO( 4'SW
4210.18 8!SB
SOiO. 001 4SW
Raining
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Pt. cloudy
-Trnre.
atEEnxo soncna.
R p O ELKS Members of Portland
Ixidge No. i42 are requited to meet in our
lodEe-room tomorrow (Sunday) at l:4o P
M sharp to conduct the funeral service of
our late brother. Richard Clinton. Past Ex
alted Ruler. Visiting brothers are invited
fo assist By order of the Exalted Ruler.
xo assist oj c M BILLa secretary.
F and A. M. Stated communica
tion this (Saturday) evening at
8 o'clock. Masonic Temple. F. C.
degree. Visiting brethren cor
dially Invited. By order W. M. ,
A. J. HANDLAN. Secretary.
ATTENTION COMRADES O.
A. R. All comrades are re
quested to attend the funeral of
our late comrade. William F.
Smyser, Co. D. 128 Indiana In
fantry, from his late residence,
73' Church St., Sunday at 1 P. M.
Service at srrave by General
Compson Post, No. 22. Rose
City Cemetery.
R. H. MILLER. Commander.
W. I M'CULLOM, Adjutant.
II
CO.H3IKkXl.Ui
TKAvr l.n.n.i.
pym . ,
sjle gentlemed. The
manaeretnent will be
pleased at ail thnea
o show rooms ana
srtve price. A mod
em Turkish hath ee
tahuahment In tha
hotel.
U. C. BOWERS.
Manager
HOTEL PERKINS
Fifth and Washington Sts.
... , 1 .3 - A : t Tlia
tha bus111658 ana snopPS
most modern ana up-iu-uaie uum u
Local and long-distance phones in every room. Roomi
with private bath, en suite and single. Large and mod
ernly equipped sample-rooms.
ELEGANT GRILL-MUSIC
Urns meet- all train Hate. 1.0O an up.
W. SmtTI.AMl. Manager.
and up-to-date notei Q u "-
Mod aim IciproTssamh
Imperial Hotel
Bercnth and Washington
PIbL Mattthui A Soon. Prwp.
Fkoaa
Rates 51.00-S1.50-$2XC
ffbo-i-
C O. DAVIS, Sec and Treaa.
A Strictly Firat-Claia and
Modern Hotel Containing 1 70
Rooms. Only American and
European Hotel in Portland.
Distance Phom
In very Room.
H'ree 'Bus Meet
All '1 rains.
Kats? American, ss.ee ft dar an op.
Bates European. $100 per oar and op.
Per month, single room and board. $45 to SJ
aeeordlnc e room. For two. $711 to $119.
Board wltacat room S Pr monm
N0RT0MA HOTEL
EUEVESTH, OFF WASUINGTOX T.
Beautiful Grill Room
Asaerlean Fmll,M
ad Kuropeaa Omr Bna Meeta AH Tralna
Sample Suite., with Batha, tor Trareilna: 3Iea
COMFORTS
MODERATE PRICES
THE DANM00RE
Portland's new noteL
4-g Waahinsjtna, etrner lt"w opp.
Helllr Tkoater.
. plan aad TJp.
Su meeta all trains.
DAlf J. MOORE, Proprietor.
Hotel Mot Clataop Beoea, Sea.
aide. Or. Opea all yea. F lalor
' .1 apply at The Dunoon.
THE CORNELIUS
The House of Welcome," Corner Park and Alder.
Portland's Bon Ton Transient HoteL Headquarters
for the trayeling public. European plan. Single,
$1.50 and up. Double, $2.00 and up. Our free omni
bus meets all trains.
N. K. CLARKE,
Manager.
MEETING MOTiCKSL
MASK BALI to be given by Arbutus 'Or
cle. No. 2T3. W. O. W., Friday evening. Feb
ruary 12, 1909, In W. O. W. Temple. 128
F.leventh street. First-class music; many
prises. Admission, gents 50c, ladles 23c
BORN.
WKNTWORTH To Mr. and Mrs. L. J
Wentworth, 841 E. 12.th at., Monday. Feb.
1, a daughter.
DHCP.
MACFARLANE In this city. February 4.
at the family residence. .115 West Park
st., Perry C. son of Frederick and An
gelina MacFarlane, aged 1 year. Funeral
notice later.
MILIjER At the family residence, 480
East Burnsldo, Feb. 6, Claude Edward
Miller, aged 8 months, beloved son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
MILLER The funeral services of Claude
Edward Miller, beloved son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Miller, will be held at the
family residence, 489 East Burnslde St..
at 8 P. M. today (Saturday). Friends In
vited. DARLING February 5, at 418 Smith street,
St John, Llleth Grace Darling, age 15
year 8 months 13 days. Funeral services
will be held from Zeller-Byrnes Company's
chapel corner of Williams avenue and Rus
sell street, tomorrow (Sunday) February
7, at 2:30 P. M. Interment at Columbian
Cemetery. Friends invited.
6MTSER February 4, at 73 Church street,
William F. Smyser, aged 74 years 3
months 27 days: Funeral services will be
held from above residence tomorrow (Sun
day) February 7, at 1 P. M. Interment at
Rose City Cemetery. Friends respectfully
Invited.
Dunning, McEntev GUbaogh, Fnneral
Directors. 7th and Pine. I'hone Main 430.
Lady assistant. Office ot County Coroner.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. Fnneral Dlreet
srs. M Lay assistant. Phone M 681.
M r. FINllCT Jr BON. S1 and Madl.on.
Lady attendant. Phone Mali . A lt.
ZILIJER-BYRXE8 CO.. Fnneral Direct
art. 171 Russell. Haas 1888. Iadr assistant.
F. & DtmrNINQ. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder, lady, assistant. Phone East 13-
McENTEE-EKICSOX CO. Undertakers j
lady assistant. 40 Alder. M 8133.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Grand Central Station
SOUTHERN 1'ACltlC.
Lravtna; l'ortland
Rcseburg Passenger
Cottage Orove passenger .
California Express
San Francisco Express ...
West Side
Corvallis l-assenper
Sheridan passenger
Forest Grcve Passenger ...
Forest Grove Passenger ...
Forest Grove Passenger ...
ArrlviiiK Portland
Oregon fexpress
Cottage Grove Passenger .
Roseuurg Passenger
Portland Express
West Side
8:13 a. m.
4:1b p. m.
7:,1 p. m.
l:Su a. m.
7:29 a m.
4:10 p. m.
8:uo a. ni.
1:00 p. m.
5:40 p. m.
7:15 a. ro.
11:30 a. m.
5:3 p. m.
11:13 p m.
8:20 p. m.
10:30 a. ro.
8:00 a. m.
11:50 a. m.
4: SO p. in.
Corvallis Passenger ......
Sheridan Passenger
Forest Grove Passenger ...
Forest Grove Passenger . . .
Forest Grovo Passenger ...
OKtGO.N li-VllatOAO & NAVIGATION CO.
Leaving Portland I
penuieton Passenger
Chicago-Portland Special
7:45 a. m.
U:lu a. m.
7: ;o p. ;u.
6:00 p. m,
9:30 a. m.
7:20 a. m.
8:50 p. n.
0:45 p. m.
Sl'Oki.ne Klyer
aansas city & i;mcago wyrea
Arriving Portland
Spokane i''tyer
Chi., Kan. City A Portland Ex. ..
Chicago-Portland bpeclal ....
Pendleton Passenger
NOKllLr.KN PACIFIC.
Leaving Portland
Tacoma and Seattle Express . .
Mnrlh l'nu,r Jfr l')il,.juia Limited
8:80
p. ni.
p. tu.
a. in.
p. m.
p. m.
Overland Kxpross
Arriving Portland
North Coast Limited
7:00
4:16
8.33
Portland Express
Overlaid Express
ASTOK1A JC COLL.MlilA K1VKH.
Leaving Portland
Astoria dt ueaalue ttxprass. ...
Rainier Ldual.....
Astoria Passenger
Kuluier Ljcal
Arriving Portland
Rainier ai Portland Local....
Seaside A Portland passenger
.( O.oo p. m.
.Ul:.0 p. m.
.1 9:05 a m.
13:15 p. m.
Rainier and Portland Local I 5:lop. m.
Portland Express 10:0O p. ni.
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAILWAV CO.
Leaving Portland
C P. H. Short Line, via Spokane.
Via Seattle
Arriving Portland
C. P- U- Short Line, via Spokane..
via Seattle
5:00 p. m.
11 p. in-
10 : 00 a. m.
7:00 a in.
Jefferson-Street Station
SOLlilfcK-N VAClirtC.
Leaving lortluu(l
Dallas PaBKengor ....
Dallas Passenger . . . . .
Arriving l'ortlt.nd
Dallas Passenger .....
Dallas PaBsenger
7:40 s m.
4:13 p. nx.
10:13 a- m.
0:80 p. m
11th and Hoyt Sts., Passenger Station
M'OtxAN, I'OU 1 LAN l Bl-Ax-iLi.
KAlLWAIf.
Leaving Portland
Inland Linpire Express. ......... .i'.lo A. M.
Through trains for Walla Walla. Pasco,
Roosevelt. Granddalles, Ooldendal-a. White
Salmon. Stevenson, Vancouver and lnterrad
diate points.
Nurth Bank Limited 5:40 P. M.
Through train for Spokane. Sprague,
Rltzvllle. Lind, Pasco, Kooaevolt, Grand
dalles, White Salmon, Stevenson and Van
couver. Arriving Portland
North Bank Limited 7:30 A.M.
Through train from Spokane, Sprague.
Rttxvllle, Llnd, Pasco, Roosevelt, Grand
dalles. White Salmon. Stevenson and Van
couver. Inland Empire Express 5:25 P. M.
Through train from Walla Walla, Pasco.
Roosevelt, Granddalles, Goldendale. White
Salmon, Stevenson, Vancouver and Interme
diate polnta
TLUE CARD OREGON ELECTRIC RVIfe
WAV COMPANY.
Leaving Portland for Salem and Int. Sta
tions 8:25, 8:00. 11:00 A. M. : 2:00. 8:45.
6:20, 8:40 P. M. Limited for Tualatin and
Salem 9:15 A- M. Local for Wllsonvllle and
Int. Stations 5 P. M.
Leaving Portland for Forest Grove and
Int. Stations 7:00, 8:55, 10:23 A M. ; 1:30.
4:10. 6:30 P. M.
Arriving Portland from Salem and Int.
Stations 8:40. 10:55 A. M. : 1:15. 8:40. 0:00.
8:20. 10:40 P. M. Limited from Salem and
Tualatin -4:45 P. M. Local from Wllson
vllle and Int. Stations 6:55 A- &1.
Arriving Portland from Forest Orove and
Int. Stations 8:30. 10 00 A. M; 12:15, 2:50,
5 00, 7:20 P. M.
PORTLAND BY., LIGHT POWER CO.
CARS LEAVE
Ticket OOIi-e and Mailing-Room,
First and Alder Mrfcela.
Oregon City , 0:30 A. M.. and every SO
minutes to and including a P. M.. then 10,
11 P. M ; last car midnight.
Gresham and intermediate pulnts 6.5o.
7-45. S:45, 0:43. 10:45 A. it., 12:43. 2.4S.
8:43 4:45, 6:43. 6:43. 7:45. 11:15 P. M.
Fulrvlew and Troutdale 6:55, 7:43. 8:45.
0-4." 10:45 A. M.. 12:43. 2:43. 8:45. 4:43.
6:45. 6:43 P. M.
For nnoouver.
Ticket ofTlce and waiting-room Second and
Washington streets
A M 8:15', 6:i0, 7 25, 8:00. 8:83, :10,
9:50, 10:30. 11:10. 11:50
p M 12:30. 1:10, 1:50. 2:30. 8:10. 8:50.
4:30, 5:10. 6:50, 6:30, 7:05. 7:40. 8:15. B:23.
10"35 lt4f.
On 'fhird Monday In Every Month the
last Car Leaves at 7:05 P. M.
Daily except Sunday "Dally except
Monday.
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