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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, JUNE 21, 1903.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The OreseBlas'i Telcpfceaes.
Counting Room - ..laln 6CT
H. W, Scott. Editor Mala fill
Jnagln5 Editor Mala CS8
City alitor Mala 1C8
Composing Room Main 6S5
East Bide Oace Eait 01
fcttpcrlateadeat Building tUd 2821
Counting Room 857
Editorial R&oa .-.
EnglM Boom 298
IIARQUAM GRAND THEATER Tonlcht at
8,30 o'clock vlolla recital given by William
EMPIRE THEATER Twelfth and Morrteoiu
Matinee at 2:15. Tonight at 8:15. Vaudeville.
THE BAKER THEATER Matinee at 2:15.
Tonight at 8:15. Baker Stock company la
"A Glided Fool."
SHIELDS' PARK Tonight Summer vaudeville,
8 P. M.
Alder Street. Permanent Improve
ment of high class Is now going on on
Alder street. The City Engineer gave no
tice some time ago to all owners of prop
erty on the street that those not already
having sewer connections must mako
them. Very little of the property on the
street has permanent connections with
the Alder-street sewer, yet few owners
have heeded tho notice. The City En
gineer should at once take measures to
force owners to make their connections
as far, at least as the sidewalk. Again,
there is a section of the street where
there is no water main. Such main ought
to be put in now. If these things are not
attended to now. It will not be a. half
year till one and another are cutting the
street. Is there no way to get business
of this description attended to in Port
land? New Fire Htdrakt. The members of
the Firo Department will test one of the
new variety of hydrants over at tho
Standard Oil Company early this morn
ing. The hydrant was designed by Chief
Campbell and the Phoenix Iron Works,
and If they prove satisfactory to tho
Chief, he will order about 50 of them to
be put in place in needed localities at
once. Tho new hydrant is an improve
ment over the old style, inasmuch as it
allows three lines of hoso to be connected
without shutting down, as it has three
separate valves hi place of ono single
one, as heretofore. The test will be made
by throwing water out on to the vacant
lots east of the Southern Pacific Com
Beauty jn Distress. Many naturally
attractive faces are rendered plain often
repulsive by blemishes that are suscepti
ble of treatment and cure. Among these
may be mentioned wrinkles, freckles,
moths, and even smallpox plttlngs, all of
which can be and are removed by the
La Fere treatment discovered in Paris,.
France. This system is known and prac
ticed by only three dermatollgists in tho
"United States, and on the Pacific Coast
only by Madame Vaughn, whose parlors,
30S, 309 and 310 Failing building, have be
come a veritable Mecca to victims of fa
Basebaij. Today, 10 A. M.
BASEBAif, Today, 10 A. M.
Baseball, Today, 10 A. M.
Fob Benefit Heppner Unfortunates.
Professional Grounds, 24th & Vaughn.
Entire Receipts to Be Donated.
Oregonian Mail Clerks.
Everybody Lend a Helping Hand.
Come Out and Help Swell the Fund.
No Expense Attached to the Game.
Baseball Today, 10 A. M.
Baseball Today, 10 A. M. ,
Baseball Today, 10 A. M.
Imperial Persian Trading Company,
Teharan, Persia; London, England, and
847 Alder, cor. Seventh. Greatest display
of Oriental rugs ever brought to this city.
No temporary sale; we are here to stay.
The quality of our goods and the prices
at which they aro being offered is aston
ishing. New importations of rare old
rugs. Tou owe it to yourself as an up-to-date
citizen to call and inspect these
great bargains. Every courtesy extended
the merely curious as well as Intending
purchasers. For 15 days' introductory
sale will sell one hundred rugs at cost.
Baseball Today, 3 P. M.
Baseball Today, 3 P. M.
twenty-foubtn and vaughn streets.
Interstate League Series.
Monograms vs. Schillers.
Monograms vs. Schillers.
Interstate League Series.
Twenty-fourth and Vaughn Streets.
Baseball Today, 3 P. M.
Baseball Today, 3 P. M.
Music at Canemah Park. The New
Orleans Colored Quartet will sing darkey
melodies and strum their guitars from 2
to 5:30 this afternoon at Canemah Park.
They will bring to this beautiful park,
overlooking the Falls of the Willamette,
the weird music of the plantations of tho
Old South. Take the trolley cars from
the corner of First and Alder streets, via
Oregon Water Power & Railway Com
pany. Round trip, 25c; care every half
hour. The Northern Pacific will again place
very low excursion rates in effect on June
24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29, 30. July 15 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,
E. A. Kino, formerly of Montague &
King, and B. F. Clayton, formerly of the
firm of Clayton & Olner, have formed a
copartnership under tho firm name of
Clayton, King & Co.. for the transaction
of a general real estate and Are insurance
business, at 226 Stark street, city.
The members of the SL Andrew's Soci
ety are requested to attend tho funeral
services of the late David Dalglcish, at
the First United Presbyterian Church,
Sixth and Montgomery streets, on Mon
day, 22d insL, at 2 o'clock P. M.
The Cope land 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
slon should call during office hours. En
trance on Washington street
Oregon Citt Boats. Try the river ride
and seo tho Willamette with its banks
overflowing. Boats leave Taylor street
Sunday S:30. 10, 11:30 A. M., 1, 3, 4:30. 6:15
P. M. Round trip 25c. Tickets good on
Oregon City cars.
Sunday Schedule O. W. P. & Ry. Co.
Oregon City cars every' 30 minutes:
Mount Scott every 20 minutes. Cars for
Gresham and Boring leave at 7:S0 A. M
1:30 and 4:10 P. M. All cars leave from
First and Alder streets.
Seasiders, Don't 'Worry! We will
supply you with all kinds of dry wood,
and deliver your freight and baggage
anywhere on the beach at reasonable
rates. Seaside Livery & Fuel Co., Sea
si do. Or.
For Sale. A corner on Burnslde and
FronL This is choice property for In
vestment. It will never depreciate In value.
Particulars at D. W. Hoelbing, 250 Stark.
Optical Department of A. N. Wright,
The Iowa Jeweler. Is one of our sDedal
features. Wo offer you the services of
an expert optician Free.
The ladles of the First Christian
Church will give their annual excursion
on Saturday next to Latourell Falls.
Four .competent waitresses wanted at
New Coffeo House. 166 Fifth. Inquire be
tween 8 and 10 A. M. after today.
Miener & Hayden, of the Fashion
Stables, will remove to west end of Ex
position building on July S.
60 largo carnations, only $1; floral pieces
reasonable. Burkhardf s, 23d & Gllsan.
E. H. Moo rehouse & Co. at Seventh
and Alder. Telephone Main 1341
N. Polson. of 254 Alder, now at J. L.
Bowman & Co., 233 Washington.
W. B. Knapp. dentist. 10-11 Hamilton b.
Da. Swain, dentist, 3d floor Dekum.
Death of Mrs. Annie Csable. Mrs.
Annie Crable. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. JL Rankin, of Portland, died June 19
at her home, 221 North Fourteenth streeL
Mrs. Crable was born ia Pago County,
la., in September, 1S75, and came with her
parents to Portland In 1SS3. She was mar
ried to W. J. Crable In August, 1202. Mrs.
Crable had won many friends during her
brief life. She was much beloved, and
will be sadly missed' by her wide circle of
relatives and all who knew her.
Every family In the city should take
Sunday dinner at Thompson's Restau
rant French dinners, with wine, 60c; or
dinners a la carte at the most reasonable
prices. Dining-room kept cool by good
ventilation and electric fans. Everybody
who enjoys good cooking will be sure to
be pleased at "Thompson's," Fifth street,
between Washington and Alder.
Daily Round Trip Through the Cas
cades. Get an Idea of what a flood looks
like by taking a trip up tho Columbia
through the raging .waters of the Cas
cades. Steamer "Bailey Gatzert" leaves
Alder-street wharf dally (except Monday)
8:30 A. M.; Sundays, 9 A. M. Excellent
meals. Fare for trip, $LD0. Phone Main
H. C. Bowers Buys a Home. The
handsome quarter-block on tho southwest
corner of Sixth and Montgomery streets
was purchased Friday by H. C Bowers
from Balfour, Guthrie & Co., through
Rountree & Diamond, brokers. Tho price
has not been made public, but It is under
stood to be $15,000.
The Boring Junction Lumber Company,
Boring Junction, Or., is now prepared to
make prompt delivery of lumber to any
part of tho city. Get their prices before
placing your orders. Ofilce 213 Goodnough
building. Fifth and Tamhill streets, Port
The Annual Excursion under the
auspices of tho Oregon Camera Club will
be given Sunday, July 12, to Cape Horn.
The "Harvest Queen" has been chartered
for the occasion.
Steamer "Bailey Gatzert" leaves for a
round trip through tho Cascades of the
Columbia every day (except Monday) at
8:30 A. M.; Sundays, 9 A. M. Phone
Druggists who expect to attend session
of O. S. P. A. Tuesday to "Tho Dalles"
can procure tickets from local secretary
only. John M.iA. Laue, 3d.& Yamhill.
Fob Rent. Large, desirable office
rooms on second floor Oregonian building;
reasonable renL Apply to E. Shelley
Morgan. 301 Macleay building.
If you wish to be sure of ice cream for
July 4, order of G. B. McKlnney, S53 Yam
hill streeL Shipped to any part North
west. Lowest prices.
Diamonds and Watches are being of
fered at exceptionally low prices bj A. N.
Wright, The Iowa Jeweler, 293 Morrison,
Lemon Water Ice and Strawberry Ice
cream today. Two phones Main 764.
Washington Creamery Company.
Sunday Dinners. Passengers can se
cure hlco Sunday dinners at tho Hackney
Cottage, Seaview. Wash.
For Sale. About 100 young Plymouth
Rock chickens. Miller, Point View Sta
tion, SL Johns line.
525,000 to Loan- on city property at 5
and 6 per cent, Donald G. Woodward.
246 Stark street,
Fireworks!!! AH kinds; cheap. Quong
Shong Tong Co.. 1S5 Second, nr. Yamhill.
Have you seen Charlie Monell's new ac
cident and health policy? 251 Wash SL
Mrs. Howe's Brickyard, 39th & Sher
man. Oflle at McCracken Bros.
Dr. Brown, dentist, will return to the
Dekum Wednesday, June 24.
For subscriptions. B. B. Rich, 103 2d.
SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS
Ladies' GarxncxrtM at Bargain Prices.
Tomorrow we will begin to clear our
racks of their elegant made garments.
Our cut price is sure to be the prico you
are looking for.
We are the manufacturers of all our
garments, hence we can cut-low-way
THE J. M. ACHESON CO.,
Fifth and Adler streets.
Merchant tailors and manufacturers of
ladles' suits, skirts and coats, ready to
wear, or to special order.
TO BUILD A MANSION.
The Colonel has decided to build a fine
mansion In Portland. Last week he made
a selection of five beautiful mantels,
grates and tiling, as well as his electric
and gas chandeliers at M. J. Walsh Co.'s
store, 343 Washington street. Everybody Is
pleased with the goods shown by this
firm. They aro constantly in receipt of
shipments of the very latest styles, such
as please connoisseurs everywhere. They
can please you. 'Phono them, or better,
call and see them.
WHERE TO DINE.
Imperial Hotel restaurant, 2d floor;
eix-courae dinner 50c; first-class service,
a la carte. 6:30 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Chicken dinner complete. 23c; everything
else at popular prices. 229 Washington
street, near FirsL Strouse's Restaurant
Dinner, including ice cream, shortcake,
or berries, 25c Go to the Lewis and Clark
Restaurant. 249 First streeL
Gave a good turkey dinner last Sunday;
today wo will serve a One chicken dinner
in courses. Music in attendance. Reg
ular prices. RATH & SANDY,
Main 235. 143 First streeL
PIANO RECITAL VIOLIN.
Arlon Hall. Thursday evening. 25th, given
by pupils of Messrs. Eugene and Josef
Steblager. Friends Invited.
Famous Clothing Co.
If tUer do, let ii examine tbem "FREE OF CHARGE Trita. ou sci
entific iBrfraaents. If plasties caa Improve yonr -vi-ilon -vro will
fit them at a. moderate price. ALL WORK IX THIS DEPARTMENT
IS DOXE BY AX EXPERT (a member of the firm) and a. college
Era da ate. Oar optical bHsInesa baa rtotth at a tvoaderfal rate
and It lias been built ap entirely by par satisfied castomers who
send their friends for glasses. We have never yet fitted a pa
tient -1Tb. o lias retarned complaining:. Tbat accoants for oar sac-
We arc selling lots of appropriate sifts for graduates. Onr
selection of nobby Tip-to-date jewelry makes it so easy to plclc
oat something nice in a little -while. For instance, a solid sold
stickpin from Sl.OO up sold caff links, 82.00; brooches, 75c and
np. Also the new thing in band bags, watch fobs, chains-(sold,
silver and Run metal). Watches from 92.50 up. Come in and
we'll help yon to decide. XO OLD GOODS TO OFFER.
VOX POPULI VOX DEI
What everybody says is generally true and
everybody says that our glasses fit better and
.... wear better than others
133 SIXTH ST., OREGONIAN BUILDING
CUT RATES IN EFFECT
WESTERN LINES ACCEPT ItEDUC
DUCTIOX DUE TO WAIU
Sadden Change of Front Omaha
and Ivans as City Lines Also
The determination of tho transconti
nental lines to Ignore tho rate -war be
tween St. Paul-Chicago lines did not sur
vive the pressure that was brought to bear
upon tho Western roads by the warring
systems. Friday night the transconti
nental lines were standing firm; yesterday
morning they had gone over, and tho cut
rates were announced to bo In effect.
To local representatives of the Western
lines, the change In policy camo as a sur
prise. They had been Informed that the
transcontinental systems would refuse to
glvo heed to the tender of tho now rate
as a basis for Eastern traffic rates, and,
when tho order came to use Ute lower
fares, the only solution that could be of
fered was that the transcontinental lines
bad been driven into their new position.
Pressure from connecting lines unques
tionably resulted In tho anouncement of
the reduction, but as yet none of the traf
fic men cni understand what pressure
could havo been brought to bear.
Tho Northern Pacific Issued the first cir
cular yesterday announcing the new rate,
but this action had been agreed upon by
all interested lines, and the terms of tho
following circular havo general applica
tion: "Effective on receipt hereof and until
further advised, rate between St. Paul and
Chicago will bo ?S; children of half-fare
age. half rate.
"In ticketing to Chicago, rates from
Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and common
points will be $3S first class and US second
class, intermediate points not to bo higher.
"From Spokane and common points,
rates will be $50.50 first class and $13 sec
ond class. Intermediate points not to bo
higher. Points basing on Spokano will
add the usual arbltraries as per tariff B to
the rate from Spokane.
"In ticketing to points East of Chicago,
where rate as shown in Chicago rate sheet
added to the rate up to Chicago as above,
makes less than rates shown In our tariff
B, you may use rate so made; otherwlso
use the rates shown In tariff B."
Tho Omaha and Kansas City lines have
followed tho example of the northern S3s
tems. and aro quoting the low fares to and
from Chicago. This move affects the Bur
lington and Union Pacific of tho roads
running from Portland to tho East. The
Rio Grande lines naturally grant the same
It Is Insisted by representatives of the
lines reaching Omaha and Kansas City
that the rates from these two points to
and from Chicago will not fluctuate with
tho St. Paul fares as tho fight grows
warmer. The Omaha lines hold that they
will not quote any lower rates than are
absolutely necessary to meet "Western con
ditions, and will avoid any possibility of
being drawn Into the Eastern war.
"W. K. Slater arrived on tho steamer
Elder last night from San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moffatt havo gone
to Cascade Warm Springs for tho Sum
mer. Misses Annie and Aggie Spreckels, of
San Francisco, nieces of Claus Spreckels.
have gone to Astoria and are the guests
You must see the suits.
They are up-to-date, fine
fitting garments. You
would pay $15.00 for the
same suits if we would
"THE SALS BURY"
OREATEST S2.50 MAT ON THE MARKET
Do Your Eyes
290 Morrison St., near Fifth
To improve the
quality oF our
Prices to the
Trade low. : :
The Curio Store
331 MORRISON STREET
of Mrs. Martin Foard and Mrs. W. C
A. F. Campbell and L. G. Manks, tour
ists, of Eureka, S. D., aro registered at
tho St Charles.
Rev. N. Moscssohn has returned after
a three weeks' visit in Spokano and other
Mrs. Lloyd D. Idleman and daughter
Helen, of Moro, aro visiting at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Armltage. 319
Mrs. John Rasmun and daughter, sur
vivors of the Heppner disaster, arrived In
the city last night and aro visiting rela
tives at 252 Market street.
Mr. Frank Oris child, Stanford '99, re
turned last Saturday from Baltimore,
Md., where he has been attending Johns
Hopkins Medical School. Ho will spend
tho Summer in Portland.
Mrs. F. Sutherland, of tho Brown, has
left for an extcntcd trip East. Sho will
visit Boston, Nova Scotia and Prince
Edward Island, where her folks reside,
and whom she has not seen since taking
up her residence In Portland 14 years ago.
Her daughter accompanies her on the
Reduces Through Rate.
A through rate of $58.00, first-class, and
54S.OO, second-class, Portland to Chicago
was announced yesterday by tho Cana
dian Pacific This reduction in the
through rate is duo to tho rato war go
ing on between St. Paul and Chicago.
Taylor-Street, corner of Third and Tay
lor streets. Rev. H. J. Talbott. pastor.
Addresses 10:30 A. M., by Miss "Warren, of
the "Women's Home Mission Society, and
who Is a visiting Deaconess, and Dr. G.
M. Booth, who has Just returned from the
scene of the Heppner disaster; sermon by
pastor on "Heppner Calamity,; 7:5 P.
M.; Epworth League, 6:45 P. M., conduct
ed by Samuel Connell.
Domestic and Foreign.
Tho best In this market.
The Pacific Coast Company
249 WASHINGTON STREET.
Charles H. Glelm. Agent.
The exact same hat
retailed at several
stores in town for
$15.00. Our price is
Try one and compare
it with the $15.00 hats
elsewhere. Only a
"I am going to Steinbach's! " Over and over again every
"where are you going for your Summer clothes?" The very
faction to it. The name
tion for over a quarter of a century. Oregonians who have lost, their first bloom of
youth remember when they were brought to us for their first suit of clothes. Then
as now, to satisfy you was and is our aim.
Other Summer hexing for 9fen and
"Wo carry tho largest stock o
this kind in tho Northwest. All
sizes of exhibition sets for city
and town celebrations. Manufac
tured by the celebrated Roches
ter Fireworks Company. Special
sets made to order. Also best
Canton crackers, flags, torpe
does, etc Furnish catalogue to
Inquirers. "Wholesale and retail.
ANDREW KAN & CO.
Cor. 4th and Morrison
is a poorly-fitted 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.
San Rafael, Cal.
Preparation for Eastern and West
ern Universities, U. S. Academies,
etc. Separate building for little
boys. Will open after vacation, Au
gust 17. Write for Catalogue, etc.
Portland referenqe: Captain Brown
of Brown & McCabe, stevedores,
35 Second street, whose son is at
EXCURSION TO SEASIDE
Seats for ticket-fcolders. Tills la tho last
Jl.CO excursion for tho season. So get your
VULCAN COAL CO.
"Wiclesile and Reta.ll Dealer la
BOCK SPKING AND REKTON COAXAL
FOCXDRT AND SHELTER COKE,
BLACKSMITH AND STEAM COAL.
TartS. R. R. trade Front and GlUan. Phoaa
C C. NEWCASTLE
MAFJQUAM BUILDING, ROOM 301
Xjr SOUTHWEST CORNER. FOURTH AXD
We have made strenuous efforts to make our showing of
Outing 2ZPiece Suets
Better than ever. The homespun and tropjeal cassi
meres still hold sway; no. fabric more cool or comfortable.
The suits are made with all the characteristics which distinguish
our clothes from the ordinary sort broad, shapely shoulders, snug
fitting collars, coat fronts that will always retain their shape. Trous
ers cut either full or medium, belt straps and turn-up bottoms.
Single or Double-Breasted and Norfolk
Styles, $9, $10, $12.50, $14, $15, up to $18
Blue Serge Suits, $10, $12.50, $15,
$18, $20, $22.50 to $30.
The task of choosing the proper hat is made
easy by the presence of a splendid assort
ment of styles, planned to suit every taste
Men's Split Straw Hats, $1 to $5
Men'sennlt Braids, $1 to $4
Men's Milan Straws, $3 to $5
Imitation Panamas, 75c to $5
- Panamas, $7.50 to $1 6
In silverware as in most articles of merchandise there is a wide rango of
quality and design. "Wo carry in stock only the best quadruple plated ware
and sterling sliver. Tho designs of tea sets, pudding dishes, tureens, butter
dishes, etc., are unique. In solid silver
wo would remind you of the artistic
'Xes Cinq Fleurs" and "lies Sis Fleurs"
patterns, absolutely tho finest on the
284 Washington St.
Patterns New and
ROBINSOiN & CO.
289 Washington St.
PERKINS HOTEL BUILDING
NOTE CHANGE OF HOURS
No charge for painless extractloa when
teeth are ordered. All work done' by grad
uate dentists of 12 to SO 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
Silver Filling $ .50
New York Dental Parlors
MAIN OFFICE FOURTH AND MORRI
SON STS.. PORTLAND.
8:30 A. M. to G P. M.: Sundays, 3:20 A. M.
to S P. X
SCHWAB BROS. PfifNTJNG CO.
BS7 WORK. REASONABLE PXHX8
2474 Stark Street Phoe Stain 178
day this is the answer to
answer has a ring of satis-
stood for clothes satisfac-
SSoys, Sxcept Shoes
309 Washington Strwl
Package Grain-O. Postum or Flgpruna
2 packages Force. Malta Vita, Cero Frutc
Six cans American Sardines.
One dozen cans Deviled Ham.
Three cans Condensed Cream.
Two bottles Hires Root Bear.
Two bottles Snlder'a Catsupi.
1-pound can Pork and Beans with Tomato
, Can Eagle Condensed M1IK
MEN' AXD TVOMEJf.
Juno 23-August T. Prepares teachers for exami
nation, flrst, second; third grade and city cer
tificates. Special courses la physical training
Instructors R P. Roblncon. Superintendent
Schools. Multnomah County; J. S. Landers.
Superintendent ot City Schools, The Dalles. Or.;
D. A. Groat, principal of Park School, rort-
land; M. 1L Rlngler, physical director Y. 3a.
C. A.: VT. J. Standley. teacher manual train
ing, y. m. a a.
Address, T. 1L C A, Portland, Or.
HENRIETTA M. HOLMES.
409 Ablagrtoa Building, X14 Third.
PapHs prepared tor any university, hucteess
college, or special examination. Particular at
tention clren to those backward in 'publta
school worlc of any grade. Call or write.
OHAXGE IX LOCATION' OF EX
Examinations tor admission to Tal Collem
and SbetBeld Scientific School will te- IwM la
the Hill Military Academy oa Juaa 26-2T. la.
clBilre, opanlnr at S:Z0 A, H.