The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, December 04, 1904, Image 5

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    THE SUNDAY OKEGOXIAN, PORTLAND, DECEMBER 190:1.
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The OrcsronlsLn'B Telephones.
Ccnntlnjr-Room Main CC7
3an&dnc Editor Main 630
Sunday Editor Main 6235
at' Editor Main ICC
Eoctety Editor , Main 6235
Composlns-Room Main 6S3
Superintendent Building Bed 2820
Ett Side Office East 61
AMUSEMENTS.
COLUMBIA THEATER (14th and -Washing-
ton) Matinee at 2:15 P. M.. tonight at S:15.
"Mistakes Will Happen."
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15. evening at 8:15, "Darkest
Rusria."
GRAND THEATER (Paris-and "Washington)
Continuous v&udcvllle, 2 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
CMtlnuoua vaufleviuc, 2 to 10:30 r. n.
BAKER THEATER (Third and TamhllD
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
ARCADE THEATER (7th and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2 to 10:30 P. M.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tlnuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
LTRIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7th) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Homes Wanted for Both. The man
agement o the Boys & Girls Aid So
ciety arc very anxious to hear of good
hemes for boys, as they are now very
much overcrowded and have a number
of boys ranging in age from- 6 to 15 years,
one of whom Is a colored boy, and some
are very desirable. These boys hail from
outside counties and would be of great
assistance to a storekeeper or farmer who
would clothe and school the boy In Teturu
for his services. The smaller boys would
be suitable for legal adoption. Appli
cations should be addressed to T.
Gardnor. superintendent at the Receiving
Home. Bast Twenty-ninth and Irving
streets, or by calling up telephone East 5.
Looking for Lost Brother. Miss Ida
Fauskc, who lives at 50 East Third
street, corner Oak, is anxious to get
romc trace of her lost brother, Henry
Fauskc. He is now 31 years of age, and
went away on a lumber ship with another
man about his age from New Whatcom,
Wash., in 1692, bound for Chili. All the
information received was that the ship
arrived. His father, O. O. Fauske, died
several years ago, after exhausting his
efforts to find his son. and now his sis
ter. Miss Fauske, has taken up the
search, and is anxious for any informa
tion concerning her brother's fate.
A Lvckt Bor. T. Leroy Young, of
"Wasco. Or., 7 years old, was awarded
J1000 by the Portland Homebuilding Com
pany, to build a home at University Park.
The house will rent for $12 per month and
his payments. Including Interest, will
not exceed 5S.50 per month; therefore the
rent will not only pay for his house and
lot, but yield enough more each month
to clothe him. Before he grows to man
hood he will own, clear of debt, a house
and lot worth at least $1000, without hav
ing cost his parents anything. Every
certificate holder in that company will
soonor or later meet with the same
luck. Certificates are issued in series of
300 in each series. A new series will be
started soon. It will pay you to investi
gate. Portland Homebuilding Co., room
606, Commercial Block. '
SrrciAL Meeting of Presbttert. A
special meeting of Portland presbytery
of the United Presbyterian Churches has
been called to meet in Albany tomorrow
to consider the resignation of Kev. Alex
ander McCracken, of the Oakville
Church. It is reported that Mr. Mc
Cracken's resignation was called out on
account of some friction between him and
his congregation, and that there is some
parallel between the case and the trouble
in the Portland Grand-Avenue Church.
Had a Great Name. There are a rew
family names of persons in Portland that
arc hard onough to pronounce, but the
clerks in the City Auditor's office have
been up against a new one. A Chicago
man wrote to the office, asking informa- '
tion on some of his property here. The
name signed was "John N. Wojciechow
ski." and Mr. "Wojciechowski's first at
tempt to sign his name was a failure, bo
he tried it again with better results.
Arrested for Larcent. James Mil
burn and George IJlblo were arrested last
night on a charge of the larceny of saws
from the store of M. KUgman, in the
North End. M. L. Sheldon and B. Brew
ster are friends if the accused men. and
wore with them at the store last night.
Sheldon will have to clear himself of tho
suspicion of being at least aware that
the men took the saws without paying
for them.
German books.
German Bibles.
German prayerbooks.
German juvenile and picture books.
German Xmas and New Year cards.
German periodicals.
German calendars.
All suitable holiday gifts.
At the German Book Store,
229 First street, near Salmon.
Promotions Made. Announcement of
the promotion of Cadet Hose Thome to
the rank of lieutenant, and Lieutenant
Boyd to that of captain, will bo made at
special services to be held today at 11
A. M. and S P. M by the Salvation
Army Corps, at 265 Davis street. Tho
meetings wi!l be conducted by Major and
Mrs. Robert Dubbin.
B. P. O. Elks. All members of Port
land Lodge No. 12 are requested to meet
In our lodgeroom in the Marquam build
ing, today, Sunday, December A, 1904, at
2 P. M., sharp, to attend memorial serv
ice in the Marquam Grand Theater. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to attend.
By order of the lodge. John B. Coffey,
Secretary.
Wanted for Larceny. Fred Stauch,
wanted in Astoria for larceny In a ware
house, was booked at the Central Police
Station last night by petectivc Joe Riley,
sf the O. R. & N. Company. .The pris
oner was arrested in Snowden, "Wash.,
and will be returned to Astoria today
by Sheriff Linviile.
Dies in Califoenia. M. E. McElwaln,
for 18 years a resident of Oregon and a
large stockdealer, dted recently in Eldo
rado. CaL, heart failure causing his
death. He had large mining interests at
Eldorado at the time of his death.
Wai. remodel with plate glass and
other improvements for suitable tenants
upstairs of building on N. E. cor. 6th and
Stark. Apply Russell & Blyth, S2 Third
street, cor. Oak.
F. a Beach & Co., the Pioneer Paint
Company, selling the best things made in
paints, general building materials, win
dow glass and glazing. 135 First St.
The newly-invented violet-ray lamp en
ables us to finish high-grade portraits in
any weather. Open Sunday from 10 until
3. A. B. McAIpin, photographer.
Not Wesixt Benedict. The Westerley
Benedick arrested for cigarette-smoking
Is not Wesley Benedict, of 540 Kirby
street
For Sale. Gasoline launch, IS feet, 2
horse power, complete equipment, includ
ing house; reliable. K 10, Oregonlan.
The Calumet. 119 7th. Lunch 35c, 11:30 A.
M. to 2 P. M. Dinner 50c, -4:30 to 8 P. 1L
Service a la carte, 7 A. M. to 8 P. M.
The See Lee Chinese Laundry corner
Front and Mill, with first-class' hand
work, and prices reasonable.
All subscriptions for magazines and
periodicals may be renewed through J.
K. Gill Co., Sd and Alder.
Homemade whole wheat bread, pies and
doughnuts. "The A. B. C Delicatessen."
3S6 Morrison street.
Wanted, to buy a new, substantial
house at Seasldo, overlooking the ocean.
J 14. Oregonlan.
Finest chrysanthemums, carnations flo
ral pieces, reasonable. Burkhardfs. 23a-G."
Free dispensary for worthy poor, Tues.
Thurs., Sat.. 1 P. M., St Vincent's Hosp.
Elegant French dinner with wine, 50c.
Oxford Restaurant, 68 6th, nt Oak.
Men's tailored ulsters for women; latest
designs. 23 Russel Building.
Establishment Mat, 314 The Dekum.
Parisian novelties.
C C. Nxwcastls, C en tlit, Mohawk fcidg.
Electric Franchise Causes Trouble.
The franchise granted the General Elec
tric Company by the Council of St Johns
is causing no small commotion in that
new city, like unto the Tanner-CreeK
sewer scandal on a smaller scale. It had
been supposed that the franchise carried
with it certain concessions on the part
of the company about the establishment
and maintenance of two electric lights,
one on the corner of Jersey and Broad
way streets and another at some place
which the Council might designate. These
lights have not been placed, and It has
been the impression that the company
had violated the terms of Its franchise
and it could be repealed, but according
to the terms of the ordinance, passed 0
days ago, the only requirements are that
the company "should plant poles and
stretch wires," and this has been done.
Something is said about the lights, but no
time is mentioned when they are to be
placed. Last week members of the Coun
cil got ready to call a special meeting,
repeal the franchise, pull up the poles
and tumble the wire into the Willamette
River, but Recorder C. F. Clark Informed
the irate members that they could do
nothing of the sort that the company
had complied with its franchise and had
them on the hip. Members of the Coun
cil are wondering how it happened.
Unitarian Bazaar next Thursday even
ing and Friday afternoon and evening,
December 8 and 9. Some new features in
this annual event are washable rugs, a
cook-book of recipts well tested by our
own ladies, an entire booth of beautiful
bags; also a fine display of dolls, fancy
work, aprons, an art booth, home-made
candles, mincemeat fruitcake, jellies,
etc. On Friday evening, living pictures
and music. Admission, 25 cents. Admis
sion free Thursday evening and Friday
afternoon.
Librart Examination Held. There
was an examination held at the public
library yesterday and two out of the fivo
who took it passed. There is also one
young lady, who is in the East who took
the examination under a librarian there,
but her papers will not be received for
some days. Those who wero successful
yesterday were Miss Ella G. Dewart, of
Portland, and Miss Mary McRae, of Van
couver. The questions in the various
branches were difficult
Xmas Bazaar, at First Christian
Church (entrance on Columbia street).
Opens Tuesday evening, continuing after
noons and evenings, Wedncsdas. Thurs
day and Friday. Articles useful and or
namental, dolls, home-made candies and
cooked food, for sale. Refreshments
served.
Gave Children's Partt. Professor
Beggs gave an enjoyable children's party
yesterday afternoon at the Auditorium
Hall, and the various dances were as
much enjoyed by the children as by the-,
visitors.
A "Cosmopolitan Bazaar" will be held
by the ladles of the Hassalo-Street Con
gregational Church, in the store building,
corner Broadway and Union Avenue,
Tuesday and Wednesday, December 6
and 7.
Bazaar, by the Ladies of St David's
Guild, at the Parish House, East 12th and
Morrison, December 7 and 8. Admission
free- Supper December 8 from 5:30 to
7:30 P. M., 25c
The V. I. A. girls of tho White Tem
ple hold a bazaar In the Sunday school
rooms Friday evening, December S. Good
programme.
Mr! How Wooster's candy trade grows.
B. B. Rich Curio Store Is selling out
Wooster, the fat Havana cigar man.
Dr. Swain, Dentist 715 Dekum Bldg.
Anslet Printing; Co., 250 Oak St
"Sex b. B Rick for subscriptions.
WHERE TO DIRE.
AH the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant, flne. nrlvat nnnrt.
meats tor parties. 305 Wash., near 5th.
One of the best Sundav dinners in town
will be served at the Empire restaurant
at a moderate price. 182 Third street
A regular Sunday chicken dinner
served at the Ohio, 150 Eleventh street,
4:30 to 6:30. Price, 50 cents.
Genuine French dinner with wine, 51
cents, at No. 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Special chicken dinner today at Perkins
Restaurant, 25 cents. D. M. Watson, prop.
A WWNER, FROM THE START.
Manv neonle art jMLtlsftari nrHVi moil
beginning, as long as they have hope for
something better by and by. This Is not
me. I have demonstrated that pianos can
De som in large numbers by a new con
cern from the start provided the proper
inducements are made; in fact, until you
make a comparison, you can not form an
idea as to what you can save In buying
your piano at Meyer's New Piano Knnw
74 Sixth street
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
By the only Goodyear machine in Port
land. Neater and better than hand work.
Only best material used. Work called
for and delivered. Schwlnd & Bauer, 263
Yamhill, between Third and Fourth.
Phone Bed 2955.
MUSIC AT EHEES.
Special Informal recital today at the
Eilers Piano House fine
Pianola. Aeolian- P1d Oram
trelle. Dally from 3 to 4; not Sundays.
BATH & SANDYS
Will serve an elegant dinner today in
courses. Music in attendance. Reiralar
prices. Phone Main 235. U5 First street.
Harris Tnrak ce.
231 Morrison. la i headquarters for trunks,
suit cases and bags. Trunk repalredL
Profit
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
Corner Morrison and Second Streets
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Presents Speak Louder Than Words
PRESENT GIVING is a pleasure we all enjoy; tho rich,
the poor everybody- enjoys Christmas. Thin has certala
ly been a prosperous year for everybody. Why not cele
brate it by an exchange of useful presents found among
our well-selected stock of Jewelry, cut glass silverware
sxid clocks
ONE GIFT DESERVES ANOTHER
Fr Gentlemen
For Ladies
Smoking sets. .$3.50 and up
Card sets .... 1.50 and up
Match boxes.. 1.00 and up
Military brushes 2.50 and up
Chains ....... 1.50 and up
Fobs 2.00 and up
Stickpins 1.50 and up
Cuff Buttons.. 1.50 and up
Shaving mugs. 3.00 and up
Cigar Cases . . 1.50 and up
Cigar Jars ... 5.00 and up
Traveling Sets. 7.50 and up
Seal Rings ... 3.W) and up
Hat Marks . . . .75 and up
Fountain Pens. 1.50 and up
Umbrellas
Bracelets
Necklaces . . . .
Chains
Brooches . . . . .
Rings ,
Cuff Buttons .
Hat Pins .....
Collar Pins ...
Fobs
Purses r ..
Opera Baps . .
Opera glasses.
Perfume Bottles
Hat Pins
Opera
irom $s.tu;
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WALTER REED
THE OPTICIAN
133 SIXTH STREET
j Japanese
BRASS, LINENS, EMBROID
ERED AND
Parlor G,
RAINCOATS.
Tourist Coats and Suits.
You may talk about raincoats, tour
ist coats, etc.; you may go tho town
around, look, gaze and shop, but the
fact remains, and any lady who has
done as above stated will tell you so,
that we have by long odds tho best,
most substantial, durable, .stylish coats
on sale In this city. Why Is this? It
is because of a fact you should all be
proud of, viz., wo are the manufactur
ers of all our garments and mako them
right here In Portland, a Fifth and
Alder streets made by our own tailors,
and have the tailors to fit you, too. Our
garments arot made tailor-made not
thrown together in Eastern style. You
may doubt our statements If you like,
but Jf you are looking for a coat you
had better come in and verify our word
as well as the, word of your neighbor.
As we are manufacturers, we' can
touch bottom prices very easily. Gar
ments sold on easy payments, too
$1.00 per week, if you like. The J. M,.
Acheson Company, Fifth and Alder
streets.
THE JOHN BABBETT CO. THE
DEPARTMENT. 1
Mr. A. G. Whlteman. formerly of Salt
Lake, who has been with the John Bar
rett Co. during the past year, has taken
charge of the tile department of the
above firm. Mr. Whlteman has superin
tended some very extensive tile Installa
tions throughout the East. Particular
attention will be given to the tile depart
ment by Mr. Whlteman for the John Bar
rett Co. during the coming season.
Fell Through the Floor.
While Jesse Harrington, a clerk for B.
B. Rich, was collecting in the house of
Engine No. 3, Sixteenth and Washington
streets, Friday, he stepped through the
rotten floor of the building and fell a
distance of 20 feet, sustaining injuries
and bruises which have kept him from
work. This building Is notoriously un
safe and tho attention of the Are commlt-
Out of Question
Will Close Out Stock of
Boys' and Children's
Suits and Overcoats
BY JANUARY 1st.
Come before the choicest are gone Every, garment of this sea
son's productions Norfolk Suits, Russian Blouse Suits and
Double-Breasted Garments. Swell Belt Overcoats and Top
Coats We have no carried-over stock to dispose of.
For prices consult our salesmen
2.50 and up
1.50 and up
1.50 and up
2.50 and up
1.50 and up
3.50 and up
2.00 and up
.25 and up
.50 and up
1.50 and up
1.50 and up
2-50 and un
For Children
Rings $
Bracelets
Napkin rings.. .
Blbholders ... .
Cups
Necklaces .... 1
Baby spoons ..
Bib Pins
.75 and up
,75 and up
.50 and up
.75 and up
.75 and up
.50 and up
.75 and up
.50 and up
4.50 and up
i.ou ana up
.25 and up
FOR THE OLD FOLKS.
A nice pair of gold glasses would plcase them.
We examine their eyes free of charsre.
Glasses in rich Parisian effects, import-
ea oy us airect, wim me very latest in Handles.
Genuine Lemeire from" 56.50 up. handles to match
upera tsags irom 52.00 up.
JAEGER BROS.
JEWELERS OPTICIANS
290 MORRISON ST
Peerless in style and quality,
yet sold for less than infe
riorgoods elsewhere.
Our Xmas Opera Glasses
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OREGONIAN BUILDING ?
THEWESTERPi IMPORTING CO.
168-170 FIFTH STREET, BET. MOR
RISON AND YAMHILL
THE LAIIGEST AND BEST CURIO STORE.
We are oponing another large shipment of.
Holiday Goods
Consisting of things for Christmas presents. Wo
would b pleased to havo you call and Inspect this
fine line of novelties while it is large and fresh.
The rush Is sure to come. Wo can give you very
best attention. At our storo will be found the best
high-grado goods at the very lowest prices.
CHAS. B. YOUNG, JAMES M. KAN,
President. General Manager.
Art Sale !
SILK KIMONAS
Hotel Portland
tee oxf the Executlvs Board has several
times been called to It. 7"
Christen Crown Prince Today.
ROME, Dec 3. Great preparations are
being made for the christening on Sun
day of the Crown Prince, Princo Hum
bert of Piedmont. It Is rumored that
among tho decorations which the King
will confer in honor of the event I3 tho
collar of the annunzlata order on Cardinal
Richelmy, Archbishop of Turin, which will
bo another step in the cordial relations
now existing between church and state.
This would re-establish tho custom of
tho ancient kingdom of Sardinia, when
the Archbishop of Turin, who was a
Senator, wore the collar of tho annun
zlata. Fatally Injured During Fight.
SEATTLE, Wash., Dec 3. A. Jones was;
cut and fatally Injured during a fight In
the southern part of the city tonight.
Four men and a woman are held on sus
piclon of being connected with the crime.
LEWIS &
CLARK
COIN
BROOCH
We are the originators and manufacturers
of this beautiful frold brooch pin mounting
for the Lewis and Clark 1005 Dollars. Holds
the coin securely without marring or mutila
tion. Price complete. Including coin, $5.00.
Smaller size $4.50, sent per mall. If desired.
Wo aro headquarters for flna holiday and
wedding presents, diamonds, watches, Jewel
ry, sliver, etc
THE Q. HEITKEMPER CO.
286 Morrison Street.
SEND TOR OCR CATALOGUE.
TOO XuVTE TO CLASSIFY.
LIBERAL REWARD FOR RETURN OP
fox terrier, male, Ucenso 1127. 211 12th.
S Neckwear I
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I Gloves
Handkerchiefs i
i Shirts i
Umbrellas
Suspenders, Etc., i
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headquarters
Men's Hats
Opera
Silk, Derbys and
Fedoras
Trunks, Valises,
Dress-suit Cases,
Toilet 0 Sets, Etc.
You aro sura to &ct vour monev'a
worth H you buy your piano from us.
More that, tnat, you are sure 01 a good
piano. Eas1"7 time payments accented.
SOULE BROS. PIANO CO.
, 372 and 374 Morrison Street,
Corner "West Park.
JAPANESE
CURSOS
Just received, a very largo ship
ment of Curios, consisting of the lat
est New Brassware, Bronze, Silver
Cloisonne, Ivory Carvings, fine Deco
rated China Tea Sets, Vases, em
broidered Screens, Ladies' and Gents'
Bobcs and Jackets, Silk Handker
chiefs, etc. Also will positively close
our entire stock of Toys.
ANDREW KAN SCO.
287 Morrison St.
m
Oar Hand Book
eta, seat free,
ilunn & Co.,
Scrssc
BKAxcBCmcr
nniM'T MRi't BOCXOit or despair
UUH I -Don't do a thin" till 70U o
ucmijr woau doss ty nja 01
tLOAOusatg on Human Jfnture, on heaitn.
disease, love, marriage and parentage. Tells
what you'd ask a doctor, but don't Ilka to.
210 pases, illustrated. 25 cents; but to Intro
duce It we send one only to any adult for
postase. 10 cents. HUX FUli. CO., 128
Kast 23th street. Xew York.
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Complete
stock, moderate prices. Slall orders solicited.
Catalogue free. WOOD Alt D, CLARKE &
CO., Portland, Or.
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receive freo notlco in tho
CO.. S81 Broadway, N. T.
c:e2SFSt'WMhlEgton,D.C. S
S. W. Corner Fourth and
Custom tailored
vercoats and
ready for service
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AN ANNOUNCEMENT
"We think It well -worth the while to call the attention of the public to our
largo and well-selected stock for FAUj AND CHItlSTMAS TRADE. Never
before have we been able to show such a complete line. This Is principally
due to the fact hat wo have gone to houses that are specialists in their
respective lines.
Our stock of watches is unsurpassed.
In brooches, rings, lockets, charms,
bracelets, etc., you can certainly find
the desired design or style at the right
prices.
2S4 TVjtisIilnirton St., between 4th and
'5th.
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STORES
Vl1 Washinntnn
ITH Xear SUtb
and
293 Morrison
Titmt rifth.
Our patent rest-proof timbrel- C -t rn
las with gloria covers P I 0 v
Our rout-proof and wind-proof
star frame umbrellas. Union QQ
Repairing and Recovering
COAL
WE SELL ALL THE LEADERS
DIAMOND
AUSTRALIAN
ROSLYN
NEW CASTLE
WASHED NUT
BLACKSMITH
Full Weight and Prompt Delivery
KING COAL CO.
Front and Kearney SU.
Main 1425
gchwab Printing Co,
SZST WOZK. RZstSONjtBLS PRICES
2 STARE S TREET
fiEREB
OYS AND GIRL
Boys' Shoes of selected materials, built solid
with extreme care to insure wear and fit. Shoes for
school or dress service that are unequalled.
RIGHTLY PRICED
Shoes for Girls of every good leather which
makes shoes substantial and pretty.
Inspection
Invited
Morrison
Men's Suits
Cravenettes
Fancy- Vests
Full Dress
and Tuxedo
Suits
for 3fcighffrade
Suits
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A Complete
Exposition of
Boys' Suits
Overcoats
Furnishings
and Hats
ScrjYTfjr &
Kavufactjring- Opticians
Portland, Oreg.
TEETH
For modern dental 'work.
World-renowned Specialists.
Lowest prices consistent, with first-class
work.
NEW YORK DENTISTS
rOUBTH ASD MOKKISOX STS-
283-285 Morrison Street
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