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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND FEBRUARY 11, 1900.
:ITY NEWS IN BRIEF
JRAVS THEATER (Warfilastoa street
LT TiMB IN A KBBTXUBANT. COIlr
iaUon reigaed eaprema yesterday
niing, in a Japanese restaurant, on
aside street. A. couple of tough-looking
tomers came In for a cup of coffee and
sinkers, and brought with them a
ae of the buli-terzier varioty. The man
"whom the animal belongs, who, by the
i makes his pet live a dog's life, sent
creature under tbe table until he sat-
ped ius appetite. Whea they were about
depart from the eating establishment.
dog spied one of hte old enemies In
shape of a cat. -which belonged to the
ibhshment The terrier dashed after
cat, but the cat. just as quickly, ran
the same direction, and as fate would
Ive If, took refuge in a show window filled
. pies, cakes and other delicacies, wbloh
presently reduced to a parti-colored
Id variegated hash. The customers were
j much amused at the Incident that they
Cled their pet and left the place, without
aemienng to pay for what they had
ten. The Jape, who oouldn t see the
e, ran after the men as far as the
and called them. back. The men still
:ued to move on, and then the little
from the Orient began to abuse the
mors in the worst kind of language.
It 1 one of them decided he would go
sk. But he went in euch a manner
it the Japs hastily went Inside and
iked the door after them. And thus the
le ended, altogether too quickly for the
ill crowd that gathered.
'sjrdict of Suicide. The inquest held
Eterday afternoon to determine the cause
the death of Isaac Haas developed the
bt that deceased was a native of Ger-
ly. 53 3 ears old. and that he had com-
gtted eulclde by hanging himself in his
oin, near the corner of Twentieth and
ison streets. He, at one time, possessed
i eral cows, and a horse and buggy, but
rough sickness had been compelled to
; wUi them. He left no property what-
2r, but the Hebrew Benevolent Society,
this c'tyr will see that his remains are
pently interred. Maas was a single man.
5COYERED FOR STOLffif BACGAOE. R.
Hutchinson, an Oakland, Or., pioneer.
yesterday awarded $99 damages, In
Jtlce Kraemer's court, for the theft of
baggage, stolen at the Merchants
pel, some months ago. The parties who
made away with Mr. Hutchinson s
?cts were soon after convicted and sent
hall, but he thought he was entitled to
damages, and so brought suit
Inst Thomas Condon, proprietor of the
IrBT Pat ax Ou Board Bili Justice
Bmer yesterday decided that J. 1. Rich,
Eboatbuilder, should pay Mrs. Martha
ldw:n a three-year-old board bill of $87.
As defense was that the Hand Manu-
tturjig Company had assumed the bill,
that Mrs. Baldwin should look to that
apany for her money. Plaintiff denied
such contract, and although defendant
taken down the alleged conversation
(a notebook, the justice gave lt no cre-
icccEEEFcr. School Thrm. Sylvan
pool closed a very successful term of
months Friday, February 7. The fol
ding names of pupils were inscribed on
roll of honor: From, the principals
tm, Bessie Fay, Adelia Pointer, Ruby
nee, Annie Pointer, Charlotte Prince,
rquam Prince; from the primary de-
rtment, Gertrude Lucke, Boy Fultz,
srge Mehin, Amos Fields and William
Preb Lecture. Dr. Frank Hoyt, who
recently isited the Philippine islands,
51 delner a free illustrated lecture on
iEub'ect next Monday evening, at Turne
lie. Dr. Hoyt obtained a large number
latere, plicon -views while in the islands.
also acquired much accurate lnforma-
cencerning the social, political and
Egious affairs of the people there. There
gl be no admission charged to the lec-
FHARGED WTTK POCTGAMT. AlDert
-kman. a laboring man, was arrested
Linn' on jesterday, by Detective Ford,
a charge of polygamy. It is alleged
it he has a wife living near Pendleton,
jue enjoying the society of a second at
:intun. The police say he married the
it one at Roelyn. "Wash., and the other
Mu'tnomah county. A horse-stealing
;e also awaits him in Umatilla county.
'ried to Stop a Frbight Cab. Ed Mc-
lal, a brakemah on the O. K. & N.,
lose home is at walla walla, Is laid up
repairs in Portland, as a result, as ho
cresses it, of having "tried to stop a box
He wae counting freight cars at
latilla station, Monday, when his right
id was caught between the bumpers
bad'y mashed. He will lose two fln-
but considers himself lucky.
Phange of Haix. Foe want of seating
Dac'tj, the lecture and entertainment
herto ad ertteed to take place at Cathe-
U hail, "Washington's birthday, by Hon.
5m M Gearin. and others, will be held
H bcrnla hall, Sixth and Washington.
Le-ttre, First Baptist church; subject.
1 nt1 jjn Lincoln," by Dr. Alexander
k rn, Monday, February 12, 8 P. M.
al " Itation extended to alL No ad-
bs n ice.
ti e Judgment sale against W. St
L r- s. manager Thiel's Detective Ser
b's.- $40 and cost. Liberal discount.
Ij y ucorge jaenaenBau, (jommerciai
n t Miss the great shoe sale of ladles',
Irsa Urns' hand-sewed shoes, of brok-
, See our wtedows, Marks Shee Co.,
il -rison street, sear Third.
3 Bessie Mattbioct, who underwent
pc- I on at the hospital for appen-
'ifl at Wednesday morning, la still in
"i Societt, Nerdstiernan, meets
'a in Its new hall, northwest
2M sslppl avenue and Shafer sts.
, xrr -las Repairing and recovering.
- W ashlngtoa. bet 5th and 6th.
" I a e, by the Maazanita Dramatic
at V Marquam, February 22.
it Iirvr Modern office rooms, steam
H-sml bldg, Morrison, corner 4th.
II -- mah Camp. W. O. W.. prize mas-
. --.le la at Arion hall, February 14.
"? riK, by the Mansanlta Dramatic
v; at -h Marquam, February 22.
rrs Arsis C Fjwnck gives massage at
IyiS i ck. or at ladles' homes.
"v Ta-e Marquam, February 22.
IIks O Cornbuos. spiritual test meet-
AiitLj hall, this evening, 7:36.
"iN Masqi bradb. on February 22.
lr?y to mrmbers for invitation.
i OK Ba k Marquam. February 22.
torical contest, delivered his oration on
"The Nation's Opportunity." It was full
of good, up-to-date suggestions, and
treated the subject of expansion fully.
Mr. Lewis is particularly strong in deliv
ery, and appeared to be a close second for
the medal. Miss Leila Lewis came next
with the topic, "The Spanish War Was
It Justifiable?" Miss Lewis, -whose first
year at the university thds is, showed up
both sides of the questions well, and let
the audience deduct their own. opinions.
The judges of the contest were George
H. Williams, J. W. Wholley and Rev. L.
E. Rockwell. President Whltaker pre
sented the medal In a very complimentary
speech, and said much on the good arising
from oratorical contests. During the
evening excellent musical numbers were
A Drueless System of Assisting Tfa
tnrc to Care Disease.
This is a. system of healing disease with
out the use of drugs or .stimulants, and is
based upon thoroughly scientific princi
ples. It appeals with especial force to
those who are suffering from some long
standing ailment, and are thoroughly tired
of taking medicine.
All cases caused by poor circulation, as
rheumatism, enlargement of glands, dis
turbances to the digestive organs, and
general nervous diseases, nervous troubles
caused by some irritation to the nerves.
presented by Misses Martin, Baker and j gych as asthma, with which the results
English and the University quartet com
posed of Messrs. Shaver, Glass, Spencer
A FAVORITE CANDIDATE.
To Hon. D. P. Thompson Dear Sir:
We, residents and taxpayers of School
district No. L Multnomah county, earn
estly request you to stand as a candidate
for director at the coming election.
Besides your being a large taxpayer,
your knowledge of our schools and your
liberality toward and interest in the same
pre-eminently fit you for tho position of
If you consent to become a candidate
for said office, we pledge your our sup
port W. A. Storey, G. E. Withlngton,
Ben Selling, . U. K. Arnold,
N. A. King, J.. Flelschner,
E. A. King, R, L. Gllsan,
George H. Durham, A. A. Kadderly,
W. M. luiiingsworth,R. Weeks,
W. A, Laldlaw,
R. M. Raffety,
H. W. Scott,
J. Thorburn Ross,
Dr. L. M. Davis,
N. D. Beutgen,
W. D. Fenton,
O. P. S. Plummor,
Dr. M. A. Fllnn,
J. S. Foss.
J. H. Adams,
J. W. Cook,
J. W. Singletary,
E. N. Feldman,
Dr. Geo. F. Wilson,
F. G. Buffum,
Clossett & Devers,
F. H. Page,
Freeborn & Co..
E. L. Woodward,
C. H. Meussdorffer, Chas. Kadderly,
H. A. Belding,
E. J. Halght
R, R. Morrill,
John F. O'Shea,
H. W. Fries.
P. van Fridagh,
E. J. DeHart
Manufacturing Co, P. W. Gillette,
K. A. J. Mackenzie, E. J. Jeffery,
Fleckensteln, Mayer I. F. Powers,
Dan J. Malarkey,
W. Gardner & Co.,
W. F. Burrell,
H. M. Cake,
H. C. Coleman,
are marvelous by our method. Many other
so-called incurable cases have given fine
results under osteopathic treatment
Examination free. Lady graduate.
Phone, Main, 249. Drs. Northrup and
Alklre, suite 416 The Dekum building
The organ recital Tuesday night is an
event that music-lovers are looking for
Mr. Eddy displayed such a pedal tech
nlc as I have not yet heard In Berlin.
Berlin, April 16.
Mr. Eddy Is pre-eminent as an organist
which renders criticism impossible and
praise superfluous. San Jose Dally Mer
cury, February 6.
Clarence Eddy delighted an audience
numbering more than 6000 people yesterday
afternoon, The organ, under the perfect
touch of the artist, had become a 'cello,
a group of wood winds, a full orchestra
during the programme, and the recital
was a revelation. The Philadelphia Item,
October 22, 1S99.
The selection of a piano is not a matter
for today merely; the purchase should
represent enough piano for a generation.
Ago should sweeten your piano, and use
increase its value. This applies with pe
culiar force to the
C. A. Cogswell,
A. R. Wallace,
J. H. McMlllen,
Byron Z. Holmes,
V. A, Avery,
W. L. Boise,
T. A. Baker,
J. B. Bridges,
G. W. Lawrence, jr.,E. Renter,
John H. Hall. E. Mendenhall,
JVallace McCamant, David M. Dunne,
The John Barrett P. J. Cronln Co.,
Lang & Co.,
M. C. George,
A. L. Frazer.
J. K. GUI.
Wiley B. Allen,
Norris R. Cox,
J. A. Sladen,
E. S. Edwards,
Alfred F. Sears, jr., G. Rosenblatt,
D. W. Wakefield,
L. H. Wells.
C. N. Rankin,
M. E. Thompson,
And 270 more.
W. W. Terry,
H. D. Kllham,
D. H. Stearns,
D. P. W. Qulmby,
C. J. Schnabel,
WHERE TO DINE.
For the best lunches or dinner, Sunday
or any other day, go to the Portland res
taurant 305 Washington, near Fifth.
Chicken dinner, 25c, Strouse's Cafe, 229
Washington, between First and Second.
Chicken dinner at the Kastern restaur
ant 25 cents. 170 Third, near YamhllL
We will offer our entire stock of Japan
ese and Chinese curios, bric-a-brac, mat
ting, rugs, etc, at a great reduction of
prices. ANDREW KAN & CO.,
Corner Fourth and Morrison.
New stock black and gray suede, Dent's
and fine glace kid gloves.
JOHN CRAN & CO.,
2SS Washington Street
SEWING MACHINE SALE.
Latest Improved Up-to-Date Machines
We have only a few of the $20 machines
left Others sell this- style of machine at
prices, ranging from $40 to ?50.
We have just received the agency for an
elegant drop-head ball-bearing machine
from the largest sewing machine factory
in tho world. This machine we are offer
ing at the extremely low price of J30, with
complete attachments and handsome
quarter-sawed oak or sycamore cases. The
regular price Is ?60 to $75. We have a few
good second-hand machines. One high
arrri Singer, and a good Domestic. Take
your choice, at 512. If you are needing a
machine you cannot afford to miss this
grand opportunity to secure the best sew
ing machine made for one-half the regu
lar price, with a guarantee for 10 years.
Do not delay, but give us a call.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
175 Fourth street. T. M. C. A. building.
ELEGANT FLORAL PIECES
And plenty of first-class daffodils. Rea
sonable, at Burkhardt Bros., 23d and Gll
"Waldorf Pianos for Rent.
Six months' rent allowed if purchased.
Graves & Co., 2S5 Alder, near Fourth.
St Helen's Hall, a boarding and day
school for girls For circulars address
Miss Eleanor Tibbetts. Ph. D., Principal.
Portland, Or. Tel. Red 39L
Men's $5 00 pants,
They are a triumph of mechanical skill,
constructed with special regard to durabil
ity. The peculiar fact that their tone Im
proves with age is accounted for by the
extreme care taken in tne selection or ma
terial, and in construction. They are rec
ognized as the standard of piano excel
lence. Lay aside the idea that a flno
piano is extravagant. Extrava
gance is In the use, not in the
purchase. The best Is the most
economical. Economy Is a reve
nue. In this case It will pay a
premium on Its cost all your life,
and then pass to your heirs.
In selecting the Steck piano, you cer
tainly act wisely. And wisdom Is the con
queror of fortune. If you want a high
grade, examine the Steck. We think you
will agree with us. Sold on easy terms.
Call or send for illustrated catalogue to
GEO. A. HEID1NGER & CO.
131 Sixth St.
$2.00, during sale at
At Turn Halle, Fourth and Yamhill Streets
Monday Evening, February I2th,
by DR. FRANK HOYT
Who has recently visited the Islands,
where he obtained a large number of fine
stereoptlcon views, and acquired accurate
Information concerning the social, politi
cal and religious affairs of the people.
Is an instrument
by means of which
anyone can play the
piano. It is so
wonderful in its power
that it must be seen
to be appreciated.
It will pay you
to come and see It.
THE AEOLIAN CO.
Marquam Bldg., cor. Seventh Street
4 DAYS ONLY
For lowest prices and best quality in
groceries, go to A. J. Farmer. Third and
Jefferson, wholesale and retail. I buy for
cash, which enables me to sell cheaper
than other stores. Give me a trial, and
Men's vlcl kid shoes, $2.25, worth $3.50.
229 Morrison. Don't forget the number.
Dr Swain. dentl3t. 713 Dekum building
Of a number of business men and others
who are employed during the day, we
have consented to open our office for a
short time in the evening to enable those
who cannot see us during the day, to take
advantage of osteopathic treatmtent
This system of cure is gaining friends
very rapidly, especially for the successful
treatment of all nervous and chronic dis
Drs. Northrup and Alklre, suite 416 The
Dekum building, have had extensive ex
perience In their profession, and extend
every courtesy to those wishing to Inves
tigate the science of osteopathy. Exam
ination is always free.
Removed from Front and Morrison to
FRONT AND MARKET
by saving lt Our prices will enable you
to do both. Call or phone. Delivery to all
parts of the city.
1 V i
Misses' School Shoes, sizes 12 to
2, values to $2.50, square or
narrow toes, at 75c
Children's School Shoes, sizes 6
to 1 1, values to $1.75, at 75c
Harquam Building1, Rooms 300, 301, 302
Bf rTHEr if
ON BY ROBERT CRICHT0H
?he Oratorical Association of the Port
ed vrht'sitv gave a contest Fridav
ung at Grace Methodist EslscoDal
l- The goM medal, presented bv
Nadir's and faculty of tbe school.
WW r Robert A. Crichton. who told
n tMngs of Kwesle, under the title
The R tbber Nation " He showed hls-
what Ruwte has dose, and de-
k-vl ifcat the only hope of preventing
?ofy was a union or all the other
rers to protect the CMeeee trade. Mr.
n made a very strong talk, and
tmfvl to be particularly careful not to
i anything compnmontary to "the
V Steams' talk. "America, -the
: d Power ' was the ocoeeion of much
9 se from the audience. He took the
' ii ohlefl from a commercial stand-
He gave a brief history of the
r up to the present Next he
r" tr. the subject of the Philippines
-ifH-'in" with expansion showing the
:a p &-Muties or mote islands. He
fo wed by Mm Gene Crawford.
h ridid her subject "The Power of
r ci Uft la i masterly style It
M1 one to deal with but Miss
-y od equal to the task.
lUz L Lewis, president of the ora-
You can find just what you are looking for, If you
look for It at our store, and on account of little
expense we name
VERY LITTLE PRICES fi
Stores with the big expense have to charge more.
You pay for their extravagance.
H PM Ready-to-Wear Trousers
$3.50 and $4.00
Nobby Spring Derbys The Christy; It's a $4.00
hat; we want but
FAMOUS CLOTHING H
Corner Morrison and Second Streets
First Invoice of
Was there ever a
time when A. B. S. &
Co. were not pre
pared to meet every
clothes want? Neverl
We went to market
early this year and
selected the choicest
fruits of loomdom,
and here you arel
covert cloth -and
Oxford gray vicuna
short and "boxy." Lin
ings are of best serge,
English satine or full
Notice the prompllrUicfe of
this store in lis spmg readying:
These garments are perfect in contour essentially
highest grade in cut and trim, as Steinbach clothes
Presto! and a voluminous
and gorgeous display of
"soft," spring-time shirts are
here, freshly opened for you
fashion connoisseurs. They
are of the celebrated "Star"
make, in fine zephyr madras,
and oxfords In vertical
stripes. Colors are pink and
white, blue and white, ox
blood and whrte. Attached
or detached cuffs.
$1, $1.50, $2 and $2.50
1 -gyegff CLOm&J tfMTm5&?VMM&
Largest Clothiers In the Northwest
Corner Morrison and Fourth Streets
Who takes advantage of our February Sale of Fine Trousers and
buys for present or future needs. Such splendid values are seldom
offered by the thousand pairs as they are here. No old stock nor
odds and ends about them. Every pair guaranteed all wool, new
and stylish, bought especially for critical buyers.
Choice of our former $2.50
Choice of our former $3.00
Choice of our former $3.50
Choice of our former $4.00
Choice of our former $5.00
Choice of our former $6.00
Choice of our former $7.00
The Popular-Price Clothiers
N. W. CORNER THIltD AND MORRISON STREETS
309 Washington St '
6 pounds good Petite Prunes.
Box No. 1 White Macaroni,
Gallon fancy Table Syrup,
Gallon Island Cooking- Molasses,
60-pound sack Table Salf.
Pound best soft shell English "Walnuts.
Sack Valley Flour.
Pound choice green Costa Rica Coffee.
Branch store at Oregon City.
Wholesale Warerooms 149 Front Street
STUDY LAW AT HOME
Instruction by mall, adapted to everyone. Ex
perienced and competent instructors. Takes
ppare time only. Two courses. Preparatory.
for admLeion to Supreme Court, Business Law,
for young business men. The preparatory course
follows as near as possible that laid down by
the Hastincs Law School. Full particulars
free Address PACIFIC COAST CORRE
SPONDENCE SCHOOL. OF LAW, 214 McAllis
ter street, rooms 7 and 8, San Francisco.
1 Package Bromangelon,
1 Pint Boiling Water,
2 Minutes' Time,
FLAVORS Lemon, Orange, Straw
berry; Raspberry, Cherry.
FKEE SAMPI.E. Send 3 cents
In stamps for postage and your
grocer's name, and we will mall
you free a aample of BROMAN
GELON, of any of the five flavors.
M. J. CONNELL, Seattle. Wash.
Distributing Agent. 9
STEW S SWIBERQ, 311 W. 4S St., N. Y.
rront and PettygroVe. .TEL. OAK 261
DR. SIMM'S SPECIFO
FOR WHOOPING COUGH
A certain relief and cure.
SO cents at all druggists.
Woodard, Clarke & Co., chemists
Aeenta, Portland, Or.
FOR 3 CENTS
YOU CAN TAKE A
At yew coavoateaee toi yowr own home with oar
TURKISH BATH CABINET
. J 1 JL 1 JLx
mcemuryJff 1 1
130 FasT St
A home cure ror Obesity, Chronfe Dteeea.
Bheumatk-ni. Neuralgia. BrlgWa TXemtm. Dia
betes, Consumption, lndl&eot. TM9W Kflrec,
Impurities of th Blood. Our heMe4 Mfa you
all about It free. CMat-thee any), aK
$5.00 $8.00 $1 2.00
Freight pakl to
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
Fourth and "WashtngtoR oto., Perttaad.
Wisdom's Robertine corrects all
blemishes of the face and makes
a beautiful complexion.