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THE SUlfDAY OSEGONIAN, PORTliASD. JUNE 14, 1903.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Tie OreseBlas'i Telephones.
Counting Room ...Haln 67
V Scott. Editor Main 811
Mfcaagtag Editor . Main B6
City iilltor Main 1G0
Compoalnf Room Male CSS
Bide Office Eait i
Euptrtateadent Bulldm 4 233
CpnUnc Rook pCT
aela Room 3W
THE BAKER THEATER Matinee at 2:15 and
night at 8:15. "The Virginian."
COKDRAT'S THEATER This afternoon at
2; evening. 7:30. Edward Shields' "Contin
BASEBALL TODAY. 3 P. M. National Base
ball Park. E. 8th and Hawthorne ave. Port
land vs. Seattle.
Initiated in Scottish Rite. A class of
44 novices was Initiated Into the Scottish
Kite Masons Friday night. The mem
bers of the class represented all parts of
Oregon and especial Interest attaches to It
as being the first ever Initiated in the
state. The beautiful new Cathedral was
the scene and Masons of high degree from
various points of the Coast participated,
An organization of the class was effected
for the purpose of holding semi-annual re
unions. Frank Robertson, of Portland,
was made president, J. W. Toung, of
Castle Rock, vice-president; F. P. Board
man, of Baker City, secretary-treasurer,
and "Wallace McCamant, of Portland, ora
tor. The- designation "Cathedral class
No. 1" was adopted and a group picture
was taken for the Cathedral library. It
was also decided to present the library
with a valuable set of books treating of
Scottish Rite Masonry.
Basebatl, Todat 3 P. M.
Baseball Today 3 P.M.
"Where Shah, We Go Today 7
This Question Is Now Easily Solved.
Everybody Knows That National Park
Is the Coolest and Best Place
To Spend a Sunday Afternoon.
Finest Baseball of the Season.
Platers That Understand the Game.
Mt! But How the Fair Sex
Do Turn Out to These Games.
Tour Last Chance to See Dugdale.
The Man of Facial Expressions.
All the Fans "Will Be There.
All the Rooters Will Be There.
Baseball Todat 3 P. M.
Baseball Today 3P. JL 1
Daily Round Trip
Cascades of the Columbia,
to View the
Popular 6teamer "Bailey Gatzert" leaves
Alder street-wharf daily. 8:30 A. M.; Sun
days, 9 A. M. Music and meals on board,
Fare for trip $1.50. Phone Main 914.
The Northern Pacific will again place
very low excursion rates In effect on June
24, 25. 26. 27. 28, 29, 30. July 35 and 16 and
on August 25 and 26. These are very low
rate round-trip tickets, and will enable
all to make a trip to the East at a great
deal less than regular rates. For full In
formation, call on or write A. D. Charl
ton. Assistant General Passenger Agent,
at 255 Morrison street, corner of Third,
Oregon City Boats,
Take You Under the Falls.
On Sunday Trips.
Leaves Taylor-Street Dock,
8:30. 10. 11:30 A. M.
1, 3, 4:30, 6:15 P. M.
Special Trips to Falls
On 10, 1 and 4:30 Boat.
Round Trip 25 Cents.
Sunday Trolley Trips on the O. W. P.
& Ry. up the Willamette to Oregon
City, Clackamas River or Canemah Parle
Motor cars with double truck trailers at
tached leave every hour and every, half
hour, fare 25 cents round trip. 20-mInute
cars to Mount Scott. Cars to Gresham
and Boring leave 7:30 A. M., 1:30 and 4
P. M. All cars from First and Alder
A. and C. Feldenheimer have received
a letter from the Sportsman Association
of the Northwest complimenting them on
the beauty and fine workmanship dis
played .on the medals furnished the as
sociation and declaring that they are su
perior to other medals In their posses
sion that cost a great deal more money.
Hioh Water on the Columbia.
Excursion to Bonneville,
Sunday, June 21.
Steamer Harvest Queen,
Ash-street dock, 8 A. M.
Order of Washington.
Round trip $L children COc .
Canemah Park, overlooking Willam
ette Falls. Music today in the new pa
vilion. Refreshments on the grounds. A
small zoo has been added to the other at
tractions. Open cars to tho park every
B0 minutes. Leave- First and Alder
Sunday Excursions. A track free from
dust, comfortable cars, long rides and
low rates are the chief attractions for
Sunday outings. You can find them all
on the O. W. P. & Ry. .Co.'s lines. All
cars from First and Alder streets.
The Copeland Medical Institute Is
now equipped to treat patients as usual.
Office hours from 9 to 5. Sundays from 9
to 12. Patients attending the night ses
sion should call during office hours. En
trance on Washington street.
Illustrated dance, each person to rep
resent some song, given by Eureka Coun
cil. Knights and Ladles of Security, in
Artisans Hall. 105 Third street. Admis
sion. 25c Refreshments free. Monday
evening, June 15.
If You are not working, why not go to
Hood River to pick strawberries? Plenty of
work and good pay. Take Regulator Line
oteamcrs from Alder-street wharf, dally
7 A M. For information phone Main 914.
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd,
East Twentieth and Irving streets, so
licit plain and fine sewing, such as trous
seaus, ladies underwear and children's
clothes, embroidery. Tel. White 1SL
Mrs. Waldo Richards. Tickets for re
cital of Mrs. Richards at Parsons Hall
next Thursday evening can be obtained at
Woodard. Clarke & Co.'s and at J. K.
Gill Co.'s stores.
Owing to the death of Sister Faye Mac
Pherson. the dance to be given by Home
Lodge. Order of Lions, June 17, has been
postponed. D. C Maybee, chairman of
For Sale. A corner on Burnslde and
Front. This is choice property for in
vestment. It will never depreciate in value.
Particulars at D. W. Hoelblng, 250 Stark.
Physician registered to practice in
Oregon, no previous experience required.
Call Perkins Hotel today and Sunday
from l to 3 P. M. Dr. Berry.
Grand Picnic given by Germanla Lodge,
No. 3. O. D. H. S.. Sunday, Juno 14, 1903,
at Jefferson-Street Garden. Prize waltz.
Union music Admission 23c
Pineapple sherbet and strawberry Ice
cream toaay. order early. Two phones,
jdain iu. vasnmgton Creamery Co.
W. O. W. Excursion
To Seaside. Sunday, June 21, by Prospect
camp Jo. iw. .nouna trip jl Good Order.
Excursion to Hood River Sunday,
June 2L Fine picnic grounds. Leave
Union Depot at 8:30 A. M. $1 round trip.
liETTEB-UAIUUERS JEXCURSION Will be
given to beaslae. Sunday, June 2S. Seats
for all ticket-holders.
For concessions in Woodman of World
Carnival apply. J. Van Zante, 333 Wash.
Wanted. A warehouse, within or near
Terminal Co.'s limits. J. M. Arthur & Co.
For Rent. "Sea-Croft," (19 rooms),
Seaview, wasn. ijau 513 Chamber Com.
E. H. Moorehouse & Co. at Seventh
and Alder. Telephone Main 1343.
YouR home cleaned in one day by com
pressed air. Phone Main 23S9.
W. B. Knapp. dentist. 10-11 Hamilton b.
Dr. Swain, dentist. 3d floor Dekura. '
Hollabaugh's shoe shop now 273 3d.
For suBscriptions, B. B. Rich. 103 3d.
yioerss'B Springs, Regulator Line.
Lecture on "Judith" Tuesday Night.
The lecture on "Judith, an Apocryphal
Romance, Immortalized by Art and Lit
erature." to be given by Mrs. L. Altman,
will take place Tuesday evening at 8:15 in
the Selllng-Hlrsch building. Tickets are
50 cents and are to be had from the fol
lowing men and women under whose aus
pices the lecture will be given: Mrs. G.
HIrsch. Dr. S. S. Wise. Mrs. R. B. Wil
son, Mrs. H. Cabell, W. B. Ayer. Mrs.
Ben Selling, Mrs. Joseph- N. Teal, Miss
F. Isom, Benjamin I. Cohen, Mrs. H.
L. Corbett, Mrs. U. S. Marquam, Mrs. S.
M. Blumauer. Slg. Slchel, Mrs. R. Hoyt,
Mrs. II. C. Wortman. Miss S. Lewis, nr.
T. L Eliot. Mrs. N. J. Levinson. Mrs. R.
Koehler, Mrs. W. Wynn Johnson, Mrs.
Henry E. Jones. .Miss H Spauldlng. Airs.
A. Wolfe, Miss M. Goldsmith; also at J.
X. Gill's and J. F. Ewing's.
Scientific Boxing. '
On the Square.
Joe Walcott. the Demon,
Young Peter Jackson, the Wonder.
World's Welter-Weight Champ ship.
Memsic vs. Snailham,
Thursday, June 48.
Doors Open 7:30 Sharp.
.Contest Commences 8:30 Shaep.
Admission 51 and $2.
Reserved Seats, $3.
Box Seats, $5.
On Sale at Schiller's,
Fourth and Washington and the
Death of Will H. Moreland. Will
H. Moreland, who passed away with pneu
monia, hail long been in the em
ploy of Page & Son as salesman, and In
charge of their produce branch. He was
well and favorably known on Front street,
was well liked and esteemed as an honest,
Wanted. 100 rfrls to make shirts and
overalls. Paid while learning. Apply
Standard Factory. No. 2. corner Grand
avenue and East Taylor street.
Ladies' Brass Band will give a moon
light excursion down the Columbia, June
20. Steamer Harvest Queen and barge
leaves Ash-street dock 8 P. M.
Sale! Sale! Sale! Sale!
OrientAl Rugs Select Stock.
Special Prices. 34S aldeb Street.
THE SMITH-PREMIER WAY
Dnrpliy fc Dickcrman Are ns Inter
entlng an a. Popular Novel.
A good illustration of the way the
Northwest Is being- waked up Is afforded
by the doings of Durphy & Dickerman, the
energetic firm who control the Smith
Premier typewriter on the Pacific Coast
Tuesday of this week W. H. Durphy,
senior member, and F. B. Porter, Port
land manager, arrived here; Wednesday
they leased the store, 217 Stark street and
let contracts for fitting up the most com
plete and attractive typewriter establish
ment In the city; Thursday they sold 25
Smith-Premier typewriters to the Behnke
Walker Business College the largest type
writer order ever placed in Portland. Mr.
Durphy, hale and hearty, crackling with
energy, and Manager Porter, courteous
and competent, master of his business,
are calling upon some dozens of people a
day, getting acquainted and advertising
their splendid machine and the fact that
. they are sole selling agents for this Coast,
This concern is famous and successful on
account of Its great activity and punc
tilious Integrity in pushing the best
typewriter made. The incoming of fresh
blood of this kind into local commercial
circles is one of the hopeful signs of the
hour. As a sample of up-to-date methods
in "getting busy" Durphy & Dickerman's
25-machIne order within 24 hours after
arriving in town (better than one machine
an hour) takes the palm.
WHOOPING IT- UP.
Carnival Committee of "W. O. Se
lects Prize IMnno.
After carefully looking over the various
Instruments. thev carnival committee of
the W. O. W. yesterday selected the prize
piano for the Queen contest at Eilers
Piano House. There will be a large num
ber of prizes tMstributed by them, but the
capital prize will consist of a fine new
piano, which will be placed on exhibition
at Eilers Piano House during the coming
WHERE TO DINE.
Owing to largely Increased business. we-
have Just added some "more private dining
apartments, some of which are large and
very suitable for parties. Portland Res
taurant 305 Washington, bet 5th and 6th.
Imperial Hotel restaurant 2d floor;
eix-course dinner 60c; first-class service.
a la carte. 6:30 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Chicken dinner complete, 25c; everything
else at popular prices. 229 Washington
street near First Strouse's Restaurant
Crippled Ijy Being1 Run Over.
Cynthia Cllft by her attorney, Dell Stu
art, yesterday filed suit in the State Cir
cuit Court for $10,000 damages against the
City Messenger & Delivery Company on
account of injuries received In being run
over on Morrison street near Fifth, by a
horse and wagon belonging to defendant
on May 17. 1903. Mrs. Cllft Is advanced in
years, and avers in her complaint that her
eyesight Is impaired. She alleges tnat tne
man ensraced in driving tho horse and
wagon was careless and negligent. She
states that she sustained a rupture of
tho blood vessels of the neck, her collar
bone was broken, her left hand crushed
and cut, and she was cast under the
wagon in such a manner that the wheels
of the vehicle ran over her and bruised her
person severely, resulting in long and con
tinuous suffering, which will continue dur
ing the rest of her life.
r, ttoc. ct
B. KurruKintlil CS,
Talk about buying real estate as a good investment. It doesn't
compare with a diamond if Itought at the right price. WE DO
CLAIM to carry as fine a line as can be found in the city and at
prices that not only make them a good investment, but make you
feel sorry that you didn't invest long ago. Get our prices first if
5'ou intend buying and we are sure we will make the sale.
ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING RINGS
. It would make a long list if we had kept a record of the young men
who bought these articles of us. It is the swell patterns we carry
that have made them so popular with the young people who like
Is a feature of our business that has been imrnensely successful
as a result of superior workmanship. Increased facilities and
new machinery just added, make our shop inferior to none in the
city. ESTIMATES GIVEN WHILE YOU WAIT on any article
to be manufactured.
IF YOU WANT GLASSES
That Replace Failing Vision
EZ EE :
: WALTER REED,
133 SIXTH ST., OREGONIAN BUILDING
CONDEMNS THE STRIKE
PRESIDENT OF PAINTERS' BROTH-
ERIIOOD SPEAKS OUT.
lie Says Local Union Should Have
Accepted Employers Offer Mas
ter PalntcrM Say It Is Too Late.
That he might the better learn the con-
dlUons affecting the local union of paint
ers, J. C Bahlhorn, the president of the
Brotherhood of Painters, who halls from
La. Fayette, Ind., visited the principal
J. C Balilhorn, President of
paint shops yesterday and inquired of the
proprietors as to the cause of the dissat
isfaction. In several instances he did not
hesitate to condemn the acts of the lead
ers of the strike in not accepting the
compromise offer made by the members of
the Master Painters' Association. '
A special meeting of the Painters' Union
was held last evening, and Mr. Bahlhorn
spoke upon the strike question. Earlier in
the day he made the statement that
strikes were, in general, a failure. His
talk to the union was along the samo
line. He will remain In Portland for sev
eral days according to his present plans
and will then leave for 'Seattle and tho
East. This is the first time'' so high an
officer of the painters brotherhood has
ever visited the local union and the mem
bers are congratulating themselves upon
the presence of Mr. Bahlhorn.
The painter president is very 'reticent
in regard to a possible settlement of the
strike which has now been on for 10
weeks. He was well received at the paint
shops and held a number of informal con
ferences with the largo proprietors dur
ing the day. They were- all willing to
tell him everything of the early part of the
strike and the conditions leading up to it.
One boss voiced the sentiment of a num
ber, however, when he said with a laugh:
""Well, he can't do very much. Mr.
TheSameThingfor Less Money
We offer it you get it if you will come down to see us.
OUTING SUITS $6.50 and $7.00
. The high expense stores ask $8.50 and $10 for the
OUR $10 AND $12 OUTING SUITS
Are just like high-price dealers, $15.00 garments.
IT'S SO IN EVERY OTHER DEPARTMT
, Our $2.50 SALSBURY HAT equals the "
x best $3.00 hat in town.
ASK LESS PROFIT BECAUSE WE HAVE LESS EXPENSE
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.,
MORRISON AND SECOND STS.
200 Morrison St., Near Fifth.
3 VJt- 1 IIPS
Skemp tried to settle the strike, too, but
they are both too late. There was a time
when Barkis was wHlin; but Barkis isn't
TODAY IS FLAG DAY.
Woodmen of World Lead In Vrslag
Its Observance Tomorrow.
This is Flag day, according to act of
Congress, which set June 14 apart for the
teaching of loyalty to the Stars and
Stripes. The "Woodmen of the World have
called upon the camps throughout the
stato to hold observances tomorrow, as
Juno 14 happens to fall on Sunday this
year. The order requests that all buei
ness houses honor the day by displaying
Tho day was set apart by Congress in
response to a movement started by the
Flag Association, which was formed June
2, 1S9S, in commemoration of the day upon
which the Stars and Stripes were adopted
as the emblem of the Government. The
flag had been Improperly used but many
loyal citizens thought it should be held
sacred, and not put to uses which would
! teach young America to look upon its
( folds without reverence. It was becom
inr common to seo it used as a trade
mark in advertising a special brand of
cigars, and In other ways it waa put to
uses which were considered a desecration.
The object of the Flag Association was to
prevent these abuses and to .secure a gen
eral celebraUon of June 14 as "Flag day,"
because on that day in 1777, Congress se
Iected tho flag of the United States.
General Orsanlzer Rocers. of the Wood
men of the World, has sent a communl
cation to all camps in Oregon requesting
tnat tney take action with reference. to
"Flag day," and from the responses that
have been received "Old Glory" will wav
tomorrow from thousands of housetops
and mastheads In Oregon. The order asks
that all business houses In Portland ob
serve Monday as "Flag day." the first
time it has ever been observed, in a fitting
manner. it also asks all individuals
whether members of the order or not. to
display flags at their homes, and lay the
foundation for an observance of "Flag
aay in iuture in this city and state.
Comments concernlnc: the M. J. Wnls
Company, not only about their fine line
of mantels, grates, tiling, gas, electric
and combination chandeliers, but also
their superior workmanship, arc quite
frpmipnt. S thm nt thlr- rtoxsr 1in.tlnn
343 Washington, for information and prices
on me wiring, uung, can bens, telephones
going in your residence, store or factory.
Ring them up by 'phone and have their
representative can on you.
Wo have too many young turkeys on
our farm, so we are going to give you
flne turkey dinner today, served
courses. Regular price. Rath & Sandys,
14o First street. 'Phone Main 23o.
Death of Dr. J. N. Perkins, Pioneer.
Dr. J. X. Perkins, an Oregon pioneer.
died Wednesday at Eagle Harbor, Wash.
at the age of 87 years. Dr. Perkins
crossed the plains In 1S31 with an ox team
and took up a donation claim near Albany,
Or. He was a member of the Oregon
Legislature In 1569, and later moved to
Umatilla County, being one of the first
settlers In that district. He was a grad
uate of the Columbus (O.) Medical Col
lege, and for more than 60 years a prac
tlcing physician. One son and four
daughters survive him. The body was
shipped to Pomeroy for burial.
Are all quiet, gentlemanly fellows. We have no need for glib
talkers. The mirrors tell the story xf the perfect fit, and the cus
tomer's touch and eye the quality, of the cloth and nicety of finish.
Therefore there is little use -of blarneying on the part of salesmen.
Uke Coolest Suits for
We carry the largest and
most complete stock of
Japanese and Chinese
curios in the city, consist
ing of Bronze Cloisonnie
ware, Silk Embroideries,
Ivory Carvings, fine Dec
orated Porcelain, etc., at
ANDREW KAN & CO.
Cor. 4th and Morrison
Woven in bright colors
and effective designs. A
very appropriate souvenir
of the coast.
OUR PRICES ARE
D. M. AVERILL & CO.
The Carlo Store, 331 aiorrlson. St,
is a poorly-Btted Truss. Yet thous
ands of people are taking this risk.
to fit and to stay in
place,or money back.
Write for our Truss.
Book with self-measurement
both sexes, wait on
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
Hitchcock Military Academy
San Rafael, Cal.
Preparation for Eastern and West
ern Universities, U. S. Academies,
etc. Separate appartments for little
boys. Will open after vacation, Au
gust 17. Write for Catalogue, etc.
Portland referencel-Captain Brown
of Brown & McCabe, stevedores,
35 Second street, whose son is at
LARGEST CLOTHIERS IX THIS SORTHWEST.
S. yV. COR7TBR OF FOURTH AND X ORRIS ON STRERTS.
Are made without vests, the coat skeleton lined,
the trousers turned up and with belt straps
$10, $12.50, $14, $15, $16.50 and $18.00
Stuffs are wool crash, homespun and tropical
weight cassimere. Trousers cut peg top or
Black and blue serges, the kind that will not
fade, shrink or, the shape wear off $10 to $30.
Men's fancy mixed cheviots and worsted busi
ness Suits $10 to $35.
TJfen's Straw and ZPanamas
Style after style here all you have to do is to
rake tne -first one that harmonizes.
Sennit Braid Yacht Shapes'. $1.50 to $4
Split Braid Yacht Shapes $1 to $5
Milan Braids, soft roll brims $3.50 to $5
New Styles in Panamas $7.50 and $10
7nderwearj Jifoseryj Shirts
Etc. Everything for personal wear that the Sum
mer man can wish that is exclusive.
Enlarged and Finely Equipped
wo believe In keeDlnff abreast of the ttmes. The new machinery, ana Instru
SenS f for optical uses whidb: wo have added make our plant equal to any In
tne country, anu aufciw;
the Northwest. We grind lenses accu
rately, make a specialty of oculists pre
scriptions and can save you time, money
and annoyance In fitting classes. By com
ing to us you obviate all experimenting.
284 Washington St.
Patterns New and
ROBINSON & CO.
289 Washington St.
PERKINS HOTEL BUILDING
Berlns June 29. Prepares -teachers for exami
nation, first, second, third grade and city cer
tlflcates. Special course In physical training;
manual training-. ...
Instructors B. F. Botlason. . Superintendent
Schools, ilultnomah County; J. S. Landers,
Superintendent of CUT Schools, The Dalles, Or.;
p A. Grout, principal of Park. School, rort
land: M. M- Blngler. physical director Y. 3u
C A; 17. J. Standley. teacher manual traln
inr T. M. C. A-
Address. 1". X. C. A., Portland, Or.
VULCAN COAL CO.
tVholesale and Betall Dealers la
BOCK SPRING AND RENTON COALS.
IDTjXDRY AND SMELTER COK2,
BLACKSMITH AND STEAM COAL.
Tard. R- R. trade Trent and Glli&a. Pboss
C C. NEWCASTLE
MARQUAM BUILDING, ROOM 301
Scientific Sc. Ll
309 Washington Strut -
Two bottles Hires Improved Root Beer.
Six Cans .Deviled Hani, 45c pec dozen.
Six cans American Sardines.
Can Eagle Condensed Milk. '
Three cans Condensed Cream
Pound Best Shredded . Cocoanut
Two bottles Snlder's best Catsup.
Two 3-pound packages Gold Dust.
Pound best Ceylon Blend Tea,
NOTE CHANGE OF HOURS
No charge for painless extraction -when
teeth are ordered. All "work done by grad
uate dentists of 12 to 20 years' experience:
a specialist In each department. We will
tell you In advance exactly what your
work will cost by a free examination.
Give us a call, and you will find we do
exactly as we advertise.
Gold Filling $1.00
'Gold Crown $5.00
Sliver Filling $ .50
New York Dental Parlors
MAIN OFFICE FOURTH AND MORRI
SON STS., PORTLAND.
8:30 A. JL to 6 P. M.: Sundays, 8:30 A. M.
to 2 P. M.
Domestic and Foreign.
The beat In this market.
The Pacific Coast Company
V6 WASHINGTON STREET.
Charles H. Glelm. Agent.
SCHWAB BROS. PAINTING CO.
247 Sittrfr Street Phtn Mmin Tig