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THE MORNING OREGONIAN,
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Pr!ntln-rooni Ma n TJTOi JM
City Circulation Ma n T07O A "95
Mialn Editor M n TOTO A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070 A 05
Compoln-room Main T07O A 0M
Supcrlaundent building ...Main 7070 A 099
.vci TDB iT7B IVlAnmtll and fOIT!'
on) Baker atoek company In tha rarce
eomdy. "Are Too a. Maaon?" This after
noon at z:Hl; xonisnt mt aixa.
ORPHEUM THEATER (Morrtaon, bj'n
.miw.i at lis and Lonlaht at "
EMPRESS THEATER (Park and Waahlns
ton) VaadnvlUe. Thla afternoon at 8.16,
tonlfht at 7:30 and 0 o'clock.
PAKTAOES THEATER cSeventh and AN
der) VaudevlKe. Thla afternoon at x-io.
tonisht at 7:80 and o'clock.
OAKS PARK (Wmamett. Rlw)
ment park; Yarled attraction. Thla altar,
noon and tonlsht.
COUNCIL. CREST (Portland Hiht
Scenlo Arouaement Park.
PEOPLE'S. . STAR, ARCADE. OH JOT.
TIVOLI. AND CRYSTAL Flrat-nw pic
tures. 11 A. M.-12 P. M.
BUNGALOW THEATER J?'f,5.,t ?
Morrison) Pendleton Round-Lp Vjetura.
Continuous thla afternoon and evening-.
RECREATIOV PARK ( Twenty-fourth and
- Vsu.nn) Baseball. Portland 7- ba-n
Franclaco, thla afternoon at 8 o clock.
OKEGOXLUr AT BESOBTS.
Far the odckea dellraiy at Tb
' Orcconlaa a Snmnnw resorts. aal
ertba tbroogh 'oIIowln
City rate. SubeerlpUo by naaJl
parabto fen atfvaa.
Bayoccan. Or.. Hotel Bayoeem Annex
Brighton Beach, Or. . . .1. A. Baldwin
Canon Spring Mineral 8trlnir Hotel
Collins Spring Prod A. Tonne
Oearbart Park K. J. Falrhnre
LonC Beach... lVaala Cohen
Naheotta J. H. Brown
Newport Goo, Sylvester
Ocean Park D- B. Beeeby
Roekaway Beach. Or. .WUktas Blea
St. Martina Springs- .Mr. St. Martin
Seaside Clark Straiten
Seaview. Wash Frank K. Stranhal
Tillamook .......J. A. Lantar
lakeland. Wnah wahn Mark
AdTertlsrmenta Intended for the City News
In Brief column,. In Sunday's issue mut be
banded In The Oreconlan business office by
'clock Saturday evening-.
Nurserymen in Session. Tha first
meeting of the Oregon & Washington
Association of Nurserymen was held in
room 309 at the Y. M. C. A. building:
yesterday. A. W. McDonald, of Top
penish. "Wash, presided. A constitu
' tion and bylaws were adopted, and or
ganization perfected. W. K. Newell,
president of the Oregon State Board of
Horticulture, spoke. At the meeting
today he will speak again on proposed
changes in the Oregon horticultural
law. The association will endeavor to
have as large a delegation as possible
present next June at the convention of
the American Association of Nursery
men and the- Pacific Coast Association.
All visiting nurserymen are Invited to
attend the meetings or the associa
MIL.WAUK1E DOUBLS TRACKS LAID.
The Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company Is completing its double
tracks on Milwaukie street between
Holgate and Bybee avenue in advance
of the paving of the street. Work is
now being finished up on the second
track. . The company started work on
double tracks on this street under an
agreement with the Mayor made some
time ago, and will not be stopped be
cause of the recent disagreement over
the franchise. . The paving company
has graded a portion of the street. It
is expected to have the work completed
- ta Sell wood early this Fall.
'" Mm.' Elisor a. McCokauout Dnssl
Mrs. Elisors McConaughy died yester
day at the home of L. D. Hunter, her
son-in-law. 270 East Twenty-eighth
street,- where she had been living for
' the past two months, death being
. caused by heart weakness. She was
a widow of the late Judge William
McConaughy. a California pioneer. She
was 66 years of age, and is survived
by a son, Henry McConaughy. and a
daughter, Mrs. A. B. Wheeldon, of
Portland. "Arrangements for the fu
neral are being-'made and will be held
- Saturday or Sunday.
Clackamas Club to Promotd Road.
Sunnyslde Clackamas Improvement
Club will hold a meeting tomorrow
night to take steps to Join with the
'.other improvement clubs of the south
" eastern district which have been or
ganized to work for electric railway
connection with Portland. Committees
will be appointed to collect photo
graphs of the garden and field scenes
of the country at and near Sunnyslde,
Clackamas County, and also to gather
College to Build Power-Hoc sk.
Plans have been completed for a "rein
forced concrete powerhouse for the
Reed College, to be erected on tha col
lege grounds at Eastmoreland. It win
cost about $15,000. and will furnish
light and power for all the college
buildings, and also will be a training
school for students. Architects Doyle,
Patterson -at Beach' prepared plans for
Rabbi to Conduct Servicb. Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise will conduct the serv
ices at Beth Israel tonight. The choir,
under the direction of Mrs. Rose Bloch
Bauer, i will sing the service. Service
opens at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock the service will be
conducted by Rabbi Wise and Dom
Zan and Mrs. Delphine Marks will
Prevention or Accidents by safe
guarding machinery and other in
dustrial hazards will be the subject of
an Illustrated lecture at Eilers Hall,
FrWay evening. July 12. at 8 P. M-, by
David Van Schaack. of Hartford. Conn.
Those Interested are invited to be pres.
" mt- Admission free.
Jewish Services This Evening.
Services will be held at Congregation
Ahaval Sholom. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at 8 o'clock; Charles W. Robin
son will address the congregation. To
morrow morning services win be at
9:80 o'clock. Rabbi R. Abrahamson
Swiss Cabinet Ofticbr Dies. The
death of Bundesrath Deucher, the
oldest member of the Swiss Federal
Cabinet, was announced In a telegram
received yesterday by A. C. Bigger,
the Swiss Consul In Portland. He died
at Bern, Switzerland. No other de
tails were given.
River Excursions to Oreoon Citt.
Boat from Taylor-street dock week
days. I A. 11, 2 P. M.; Sundays. 9 A. M.,
13 M- X P. M. Round trip, 40 cents.
Tickets exchanged with Portland Rail,
way. Light PoWer Company cars.
Races! Races! Races!
Oregon's Speedt Horses.
For Pleasure or the Elks.
Tomorrow and Sunday.
Cocntrt Club Track.
Admission. SOc; Fins Band.
BEAunrPk modem, ocean front cot
tage. Just completed, at Gearhart "By-tbe-Sea,
for sale on terms, almost
like rent. Call at 100 H Fourth sL
Spend Tocb Vacation at Rhododen
dron Tavern, Mount Hood; fine Ashing
streams; beautiful resting place; daily
auto stage from Portland.
Cloud Cap Inn. Most glorious spot
on Mount Hood. Tickets and reserva
tions, Dorsey B. Smith, manager, 69
Fifth street -
Hello Bill Get a Copt of the new
Oregon book, "The Guardians of the
Columbia," at Gill's, Third and Alder.
Have your eyes carefully fitted at
Jaeger Bros, 266 Morrison sc, bet.
Third and Fourth.
50 Shares People's Amusement Co.,
at 111- Call at 216 Lewis bldg. ,
California! Praises Citt. Colonel
Theo Gier, president of the Alameda
County general exposition committee
and in charge of Its exhibit at the
Portland Hotel, tells of an experience
he had here in the Summer of 1890 that
eventually brought him riches. "When
I came here for the first time in 1890,'
he said, "I was a comparatively poor
man, but was so impressed with what
the city must become I bought "some
land at prices that now would ap
pear very .cheap. In 1895 I returned
again and saw the growth of the city
beginning and saw my property more
than doubled its original value. It
was not until 1900 that I disposed of
my holdings. With this money .1 ob
tained 3000 acres of the finest grape
land In the Llvermore Valley and
thank Portland for it. The same prop
erty has. more than doubled since
Business Man "Objects to Competition.
That the City Council should not
grant a franchise to the Northwestern
Electric Company or any other com
peting concern to enter the electric
lieht and sower field in Portland, Is
the belief of G. F. Johnson, a Portland
business man. He bases his opinion
on the belief that state regulation of
rates, which, will be in effect within
three months, as he states, will be suf
ficient guarantee to the public that its
rights in this particular win be amply
protected. In this situation! he says,
he sees no reason why additional
capital should be Invested in this bust
ness in Portland.
Six Prisoners Arrive. With a
string of six prisoners- Deputy United
States Marshal Beatty arrived from
Klamath Falls yesterday, all having
been arrested on charges of violations
of the Federal statutes. The list In
eludes Tom Barclay, selling liquor to
an Indian; Hiram Moore, attacking an
Indian woman; Frank Kodioerquez,
Philln Lewis. Ed Gibson and Ed Blaxlll,
selling liquor to Indians. All of these
are being held, without bail, to await
the action of . the next Federal grana
Cordially offered to Elks and others,
is the service of the organization of
ChaDin-Herlow Mortgage & Trust com
nanv. third floor." Chamber of Com'
merce. The realty experts In this great
house have practical knowledge of
Portland's values and the probable
trend of successful Investments. Ask
for free copy of - "Upbuilding Port
land's Empire." full of meat Not neces
sarv to deal with this company they
are content to upbuild - their city
Lassoing Cowboy Sought. E. L.
Anderson, of 757 East Forty-second
street, is looking for one- of the cow
boys in the parade who lassoed nis
daughter. Miss Emma Anderson, of
757 East Forty-second street. Mr.
Anderson says his daughter was
thrown to the ground and dragged and
severely bruised. The shock was so
great that he called a physician to
attend her last night -
Elks and Their Friends should not
miss the trip down the Columbia to
the Breakers Hotel and , the ocean;
elegant steamers, fine scenery; modern
hotel right on ocean's edge, rates no
higher than Portland hotels. The most
beautiful beach in tne norinwest
Write Breakers Hotel, Breakers, Wash,
or phone East 10 or B 2211, or consult
O.-W. R. & N. Co.
Mrs. Potter to Lecture. "When Wo
men Go Out to Work" will be the sub
ject of the lecture to be given by Mrs.
Francis Squire Potter, or New itorK,
tonight at 8 o'clock, at the Taylor-
Streets Methodist Episcopal Church.
The-meeting will be under the au
spices of the Women's Club campaign
committee, and is public.
Harness and Running.
Today and Tomorrow.
Country Club Track.
Eight Classy Events. 1
2 P. M.; Fine Band. Adm.. 50c.
Camp for Sale.
Located on Sucker Lake. Oswego,
two first-class tent houses, completely
furnished; spring water: bargain. Ap
ply,. Sunday, J. M. Hansen.. . ..
. Mazamas will leave Portland July
15 for outing on Mount Hood at Cloud
Cap -Inn. Register with Dorsey a.
Smith. 69 Fifth.
Picnic Crystal Lake Park, Sunday,
July 14, by . Prospect Camp No. 140,
special invitation to all visiting Elks,
dance afternoon and evening.
Coos Bat. $10; Eureka, $13.50.
Steamer Alliance sails Sunday night at
6. Tickets. 122 A 3d st, near Wash.
New Krati Buftet, 3d and Alder sts.
Takb LacncIies for battleship Oregon
at foot Morrison street
Welcome B. P. O. E. Drink West
ern ginger ale: elk head on the bottle.
Best Pop On Earth.
Dancing Tonight. Welcome B. P. O.
E. Ringlet's Minuet Club, Morrison st.
Aune's Portraits. Columbia bldg., for
men. women," children. Main-A 1635.
Shorthand and typewriting. Sum
mer course begins July 15, Y. W. C. A.
Big Dancb Tonight, Ringler's Hall,
Morrison, at Second. Minuet Club.
WALLACE THANKS POLICE
Fattier of Murdered Man Grateful
for Arrest of Alleged Slayer.
J. W. Wallace, of father of Ray Wal
lace, who was killed in a lodging
house at Alder street and Lownsdale
avenue, June 19, has written a letter
thanking Captain Baty and the mem
bers of the detective department for
their work In procuring the arrests of
Hazel Erwin and Willard R. Tanner,
accused of the crime.
"I wish to express my gratitude to
Captain Baty and his staff of city , de
tectives for the earnest and untiring
energy working long hours, and bring
ing Justice to tne murderers or Ray
mond W. Wallace," says Mr. Wallace in
The case has been In the - hands of
Detectives VanOvern, Hill, aughn and
HILL LINE IS BLAMED
SUBCRBAX RESIDENTS COM
PLAIX OF SERVICE.
500 Residents Along Line of Oregon
Electric Disappointed by Lack
Five hundred suburbanites along the
Oregon Electric lines between Portland
and Garden Home waited half the
morning for transportation to the city
yesterday. Then they held indignation
meetings on their respective station
platforms and walked back home or
walked to the city.
Insufficient preparation for a crowd
was made by the railroad com
par.y. say the complainants. The Forest
Grove train arriving here at 10 o'clock
was over half an hour late and then
came through In one section, though
two sections are provided every Sat
urday. This train, long before it
-reached Garden Home was packed . to
suffocation and 'flitted by the waiting
crowds without a stop: A few minutes
later the Albany flyer, only comfort
ably loaded, sped past, but refused to
' Long before 10 o'clock, when hun
dreds of persons had despaired of
reaching Portland in time to see the
parade and had gone back to their
homes, a two-car train was brought in.
Complaints to the Railroad Commis
sion are talked of in consequence of
the incident -
MUSICAL LECTURES DATED
Einilie Frances Baner Will Be Heard
at Hotel Multnomah.
Emille Frances Bauer, well known In
musical circles as critic of the New
York Evening Mail and correspondent
of the Musical Leader and The Ore
gonian, will give three morning lec
tures at the Hotel Multnomah July 16,
19 and 23. V
Of her lecture, "The Psychology of
Richard Strauss and His Works," which
she will give the morning of July 16,
Philip Hale, of the Boston Herald, said:
"She first inquired into materialism
and realism in art and spoke of the
spirituality shown by Strauss in his
earlier works. She then dwelt on the
Influence exerted over him by Nietz-
she. Miss Bauer dwelt at length on
Electra,' drama and music and gave
a very Interesting account of her in
terview with Mme. Mazarim. Miss
Bauer's lecture was well arranged, well
written and read in an effective manner."
Since her last visit to Portland Miss
Bauer has been much in demand In the
lecture field and her many friends here
are glad of this opportunity to hear
Use Our Trust
If you are retiring from
business going away
for a long trip or for
any reason wish to
place the handling of
the financial part of
your business in com
petent hands rlet us
act as your agent.
Rentals and collections
will be promptly at
tended to payments
on any obligation you
direct" will be made and
a careful accounting
will be regularly rendered.
Company of Oregon
Third and Oak Street
Portland Hotel. He says he is the
original and only first boomer for his
state. To visitors he says: "Idaho
raises the highest-priced wheat in the
world and that means the best; our
mountains are bulging with gold and
silver ore; we have the biggest white
pine belt of timber in the world ana it
can be bought at $1 a thousand stump
age; the products of our orchards are
sought for in the" mafkets of the world;
we want people to develop these op
portunities; we have all the money
we want and more, but a little addi
tion to' the population is desirable."
He has much more of the same kind
of Information, which he can prove.
Idahoan Tells of State.
Secretary D. T. A. Mackintosh, of the
Idaho State Elks' organization, keeps
open house for the delegation at the
Foster & Kleiser
Htgh-Grade Commercial and Eleetrl
East Seventh and East Everett streets.
Phones East till. B 2Z24.
Our "Greater" Midsummer
of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' high-grade
clothing at greatly reduced prices. This sale
embraces our complete line of Spring clothes.
Every new feature in clothing of the highest
degree best of patterns, strictly hand tailored
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$15.00 Suits, now. . . ........ $11.65
$18.00 Suits, now!......... $13.50
$20.00 Suits, now. . . . . $14.85
$22.60 Suits, now.. ....$16.65
$25.00 Suits, now...... $18.85
$27.50 Suits, now ..... $20.00
$30.00 Suits, now $22.50
$32.50 Suits, now. ........ .$23.50
$35.00 Suits, now.......... $27.50
$40.00 Suits, now .....$30.00
$45.00 Suits, now... ...$34.50
$50.00 Suits, now. .....$37.50
BOYS' KNICKER, RUSSIAN AND
$ 5.00 Suits, now $3.75
$ 6.00 Suits, now ;.$4.50
$ 6.50 Suits, now U... $4.85
$ 7.00 Suits, now..,.. ...,.$5.25
$ 7.50 Suits, now..,.: $5.60
$ 8.00 Suits, now . . .$6.00
$ 8.50 Suits, now- $6.35
$ 9.00 Suits, now.... $6.75
$10.00 Suits, now. . ., $7.50
$11.00 Suits, now ..$8.25
$12.50 Suits, now $9.35
All Blues and Blacks 20 Off
W. Corner Fourth and Morrison
of $3 and $4
EMERY GROWING BETTER
StageManager Who Was Shot Shows
An improvement was noted yesterday
In the condition of Herman P. Emery,
Btage manager of the Pantages The
ater, who was shot by O. W. Pence, a
maniac Tuesday night at the stage en.
trance. He was resting somewhat
easier than the previous day and from
this fact his attending physicians are
led to believe he will recover.
Pence is still held in jail. No for
mal charge has been filed against him
yet, pending' an examination as to his
sanity. There is little doubt that he
will be declared insane and sent to the
asylum, although charges will be filed
against him following the examina
tion should that not be the outcome.
Where Portland Roses Grow.
Tou are Invited to visit 'our rose
gardens, where nearly 100,000 rose
plants are growing in the open field.
Take Sellwood car. Catalogue will be
mailed free on request. We ship roses
anywhere and guarantee good delivery.
THE SIBSON ROSE NURSERIES, .
-1180 Milwaukie Avenue,
Portland. Or. '
PEHJ8ET BROS. fKIDAT SPECIAL.
We offer our S3 wines at fx a gallon:
fl.SO wines at 75a a. gallon; Stratg-t
Kentucky Whisky, seven veara olJ.
regular 14.60 at $3.60 a gallon; Ken
tucky Whisky, regular $3.50. at $2.60 a
gallon; $3 grade Whisky. $2.10 a gallon.
Friday only. 379 E. Morrison st. Ph'jaes
East 287. B Hit. Free delivery. .
PICNIC m LUNCHEON
To all visiting Brother Elks .we extend a cordial invitation to
call and inspect our. ' ' DELICATESSEN " department before
leaving for home. If you are going on a picnic Sunday,
let us supply your luncheon needs.
L. MAYER & GO.
Portland's Oldest and Best Grocers. ,
148 Third Street. A 4432, Main 9432
WEEK-END SAVING ON REGULAR STOCKED GRO
CERIES: C. & B. Lucca Oil, per quart 80
Snider 's Catsup, per bottle..". 20
Sapolio, three bars for : 25
Old Dutch Cleanser, three cans for 25
German Wien Senf, per crock ... 30
Pimento Cheese, per jar 15
C. & B. Scotch Oat Meal, per tin .55
Cantrell & Cochrane Ginger Ale, dozen $1.75
Cliquot Ginger Ale, per dozen $1.50
All local Beers at brewery prices.
JUST ARRIVED THIS WEEK:
Simon & Weil's Cincinnati Matzos. i
Swedish Milk Wafers.
Rascal's Barley Sugar, "sole agents."
California Glace Fruits.
WINE AND LIQUOR DEPARTMENT.
We give you all class A original bottling , in all best
known brands. .
"We keep everything under glass and have just installed
a complete refrigerator service. Please call and see our
Extra, Herkimer New York Cheese, 35 lb.
"We Deliver to All Parts of the City."
"Try Rhode Butter.".
, There's every
why you should
come to Rosen
thal's for your
In oar mro'i shoe- depart
ment we are providing for
the footwear needa of EVERY
The moot . complete and ex
tensive assortment of men's
hoes la tbe West Is here at
Rosenthal's, and whether you
are the man of conservative
taste or the one who follows
every whim of fashion, we can
shoe you to your entire satis
faction. And well sell roa better and
more comfortable shoes, ex
clusive and more desirable
styles, far better grades, more
complete and unqualified SAT
ISFACTION than any other
tore at parallel prices.
"The Shop That Fits the Feet"
can find at our establishment stones to meet everjr
requirement. Nature 's most perfect color in flaw
Mechanical perfection in cutting an4 shape. Ar
tisfic perfection in mounting.
Our prices are most reasonable and our years in -business
in Portland is our best credential.
See us before buying that stone. . -
Out-of-town visitors are most cordially invited to
call at our establishment.
Diamond Dealers and Jewelers. v
130 Fifth St.,
Old in Portland,
New in Location.
from yesterday's parade
will be sold to the high
est b i d d e r.; Herd con
sists of 1 4-year-old bull
elk, broke to drive; 2
yearling bull elks, halter
broke; 2 3 -year o I'd
cows, halter broke, and
1 bull calf, 1 "month old.
Address Louis M.
Roser, Sec 'y, Perkins
1 . ' Visiting Elks X
Mj " A cordial invitation is Jfm
extended to Visiting
Elks, and tkeir friends,
ffll to call and inspect our jjM
mm plant devoted to he ftjjj
manufacture of Printing fijftjV
ing Blank Books, Seals
11(11 Rubber Stamps, etc. UJJ
M - The Irwin;-Hodson Co. M
nvn Fiiteenfb. and Glisan Streets jm
I , Stationery Store, 92 Fifi Street
Phone East 491
Address 120 Grand Ave.
ICCHVAB PRINTING CO
IVy BEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
la -4-5 4 STARK. STREET
TWELFTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
Portland's newest and most beautiful
hotel Absolutely fireproof Both
phones in every room Commercial
tourists and family hotel European
plan High-class grill in connection.
THE ANNEX HOTEL CO.
F. P. WILLIAMS, MGR.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Short Scenic Excursion
To and Through Beautiful Tualatin Valley Country.
, North Plains via United Railways Wilkesboro.
Picnic Grounds Open to Visitors
North Plains Park, ideal place to spend day. Pure drinking water.
Restaurants and grocery stores for lunches. Shade trees. Mountains'
in view. Week-end rates. Inquire for time cards and descriptive
, 236 Stark Street, Portland, Oregon.
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