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THE-SUXDAT OKEGOSIAS, JASTrABY 22, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGOXIAX'S TELEPHONES.
Cematlng-Boom - Mala 6S7
SIa.nacl.nc Editor Main C3S
Eund&y Editor ...Main
City Editor ilaJn 106
Socifty Editor iUla CSS
CocajxistriR-Rocm , ....Haln 685
Superintendent Building .......lied 232
Efcrt Side Office East 61
EMPIRE THEATER illth and Morrison sta)
Matlr.ce at 2:15. tonight at .8:15, "NctUe the
COLUMBIA THBATER 4th and "Washington)
-Matinee at 2:1C. tonight at 8:15, "The
Crime or TmbofCj."
STAR THEATER fPark and 'WasbtoKtoa)
Continuous vaudeville, .2 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Continuous vaudeville, "i30 to 10:30 P. M
LYP.IC THEATER cor. Alder and 7th)-Con-
tinuoua vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Grange Officers Installed. At the
annual meeting of Milwaukie Grange, Pa
trons of Husbandry, yesterday, A. A. ilc
Arthur, of "Warner Grange, lnrtalled the
following: officers for the ensuing year:
Master. Mrs. M. L. Roberts: overseer, H.
A. Andrews: lecturer. Miss Kate Cafto
(absent): steward, J. V James: assistant
fcteward, Leo Duffy: chaplain, Joseph
Dobbins; treasurer. T. R. A. Sellwood;
secretary. Miss Delia Mullen; Ratekeeper,
"VVlster Sellwood; Pomona, Miss Agnes
Oliver; Ceres. Mrs. Maggie A. Johnson;
Flora. Miss Maggie J. Johnson; lady as
sistant steward. Miss Rosa Walsh. Fol
lowinir the installation. H. G. Stark
weather, retiring master, made a short
talk, thanking the Grange for the support
it had given him during the past year.
Mrs- Maggie A. Johnson, retiring secre
tary, reported all bills for the year paid
and a balance In the treasurer's hand.
The total membership was reported at 12S,
with four new applications on the table.
Mrs. M. Lv Roberts, new master, made a
short talk admonishing the members to
be vigilant during the year, and then
named the various committees. During
the year the Grange incorporated and
started a building fund.
Canadians to Organize. Tomorrow
evening, at S:15 o'clock, a meeting of
Canadians and their friends will be held
In the small hall of the Young Men's
Christian Association building, to talk
over tha proposed formation of the Cana
dlan Society of Portland. It is suggested
that the society be organized to take care
of matters connected with Canadian day
at the Lewis and Clark Exposition, and
that a permanent organization be effect'
cd. If the me-nlng so desires. It Is not
iiroposed to rent any clubrooms. and there
will not be any benevolent, political or
religious features connected with the or
ganization. There are about 2000 Cana-
dians and their descendants living in and
around Portland, and It is believed
strong society can be organized. The pro
moters suggest that membership be open
to men and women born In Canada, men
and women who have married Canadians,
and persons who have at least lived in
Canada two years.
A Solid Financial Institution. The
existing prosperity and excellent future
Inspects of Portland have Induced many
substantial concerns to open their doors
m thu city. Among them may be cited
the Oregon Savings Bank, located in the
Marquam building, at the corner of Sixth
and Morrison streets. Capitalized at 5100,-
000, this house Is prepared to do a legltl
mate, conservative and at the same time
liberal banking buslt.ess in the full belief
that results will Justify their establish
ment in this city. They pay Interest on
deposits, make loans on all valid secur
ities and are untiring in serving the In
tercets of their patrons to the full limit
of their ability. The officers of the Ore
gon Saving? Bank are: L O. Ralston,
president: 'William Ralston, vlce-presl
dent; W.. Cooper Morris, cashier, and
Albert T, Smith and W. H. Moore, dl
Sbwood to Havs Kotei.. Sellwood Is
to have a J10.000 hotel, and it will be built
near the oomer of Umatilla avenue and
East Thirteenth street, west of the Nolf
store. Articles of incorporation are being
drawn up by D. M. Donaugh, with the
capital slock placed at $10,000. The hotel
will be two stories high, and an attractive
structure. The incorporators are: John
W. Campbell. R. W. Wilson. Dr. J. J.
Sellwood, Theodore Nolf and D. M. Don
augh. It "will be a frame structure. Plans
are to be prepared at once, and work
started on the building as soon as pos
sible. The Incorporators are confident the
investment will pay.
Brotherhood of St. Paul Installa
tion. A nubile installation of the officers
of the Brotherhood of St Paul will be
held in Grace M. E. Church on this (Sun-
Gay) evening, at 7:30 o'clock, on which oc
casion short and Interesting addresses
will be made. Interspersed by musical se
lections, under the direction of Professor
Wilder, as follows: Organ, Fantatslc (T.
1-feybach); "Les Huguenots" (Meyerbeer)
Larghetto (Donizetti); choir, "The Good
Shepherd" (Nevln); "Hark, Hark, My
Soul (H. R. Shelley); also selections by
the Brotherhood Quartet The public Is
See "Council Crest" and live; 1200 feet
above the city; so high that Portland
Heights and City Park look like flat
ground. View magnificent. Not only see
ships going up and down the Columbia.
St Helens, Mount Hood, but Salem and
Capitol of state. View to the west unique.
Beautiful valley and villages. See to the
crest of the Coast Range, through whose
gaps you can almost see the great Pacific
itself. More beautiful than historic Look
out Mountain. Take Portland Heights
electric street-car any clear day.
A Most Unique Sermon. Sunday morn
ing the members of the First Congrega
tional Church will have a sermon from
five prominent pastors In this city. Drs,
Hill; Short. Muckley. Broughcr and House
will tell "What the First Congregational
Church of Portland Should Do." Dr.
House has invited the first four to state
one thing they would like to have his
church do, and he will comment on the
same Dr. House's evening tppic will be
Mr. J. Campbell, who for years carried
on a general transfer business In this city.
has sold his entire outfit, business and.
good will, to the Kadderly Transfer-Corn
mission Co., which will bo pleased to
serve promptly his numerous friends and.
patrons, no North 3d st Phone Main
Henrt C. Prudhomme has been ap
pointed manager for Oregon of the Na
tional Life Insuranco Co.. of Vermont
with offices In the Dekum building. This
company is in its ssth year of an un
broken and successful business.
The best -show in the city today for the
money. String orchestra music and
French dinner, with wine, only $1, at
Kicnarcs, cor. farlc and Alder.
White Salmon, Wash. A few Winter
guests can be accommodated at Mrs. Jen
nle Jewett's. Modern conveniences. Cor
respondence answered promptly.
1000 Unredeemed watches at less than
one-half their former price; cash or in
stallroents. The Portland Loan Office,
No Oxx Can Afford to Miss the rare
money-having opportunity presented at
Eoscnthars inventory sale.
Ladies' Acxiliart. a. O. H-, will glv
whist party and dance, 27th Inst, Alisky
mas. Admission, sc.
Rosenthal's. 119 Third street have
launched the greatest shoe sale In the
history of Portland.
DON'T forget the bakers' grand prlxe
uau at Merrtira Hall. Saturday. Jan. 2S.
wc a coupie.
For Sale. Inside real estate nettln
per cent 405 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Frjeb dispensary for worthy poor. Tues.
j. uuij., 01.. a x-. al. ol vrocent's Hosp.'
B. and R.. homeopathlcs, now 207 Wash.
Knight Drag Co., agents. 'Phone CSS3.
Tbb Great Shoe Sale at Rosenthal's
Is drawing crowds of eager buyer.
Wise Brok dentists. Third and Wash.'
Tnx the Cottage Waffle today. 146 6th,
C. Ih Mack, dentist, room U Labbe bdg.
Gamble Recital Company at the
Sunday Club. The Ernest Gamble Re
cital Company, which la making a concert
tour of the Pacific Coast will appear at
the Sunday Club meeting this afternoon,
at S o'clock, and furnish music for the oc
casion. Mr. Gamble Is considered one of
the finest bassos on the concert piatiorm.
Thls will make the Sunday Club session a
particularly good one in a musical way.
as the Ollphant Sisters are to have charge
of the meeting.
Successful Salesmen to handle strictly
high-class staple specialty on commission
in Oregon and Washington. Sell to mer
chants only. Worth from $6 to a aay
to a good man, as a side line. Article now
handed by leading merchants this city.
A radd seller. Give references and -ex
perience. Address K 90, Oregonlan.
Trunk Factory Gutted. Fire in the
Northwest Trunk Factory. First
street gutted the store and caused dam
age to the extent of about zw last nigni
at 7 o'clock. Firemen under command of
Assistant Chief Laudenklos were able to
quickly extinguish tho flames with a sin
The Ladies' Guild of the Chapel of the
Transfiguration will give a tea at the
house of the chaplain. Rev. W. R. Powell.
275 22d st North. Wednesday afternoon
next from 2 to 5 o'clock. They "will be
glad to receive all their friends.
Workman Overcome by Gas. Joe
Maggi was overcome with gas yesterday
afternoon, while woiking at Seventh and
Hoyt streets, and had to be taken to the
Good Samaritan Hospital, where ho soon
The elegant steel steamer Francis H.
Leggett will sail Wednesday direct for
San Francisco. Cabin, $12; second, JS; Las
Angeles, cabin. $20; second. SM. Meals and
berths free- Thompson. Agent 128 3d.
SO Tons strictly first-claes Willamette
Valley timothy to arrive Monday and
Tuesday. Special prices from the dock.
Kadderly Transfer-Commission Co., 110 N.
Sd. Phone Main 16S5.
Ladies and Gents' Solid Gold and Gold-
filled Watches, left in our hands the past
year; every one guaranteed; at unheard
of low prices: cash or credit Marx &
Bloch. 74 3d St.
For Sale Millinery business. If you
are seeking a place of this kind, all and
sec the oldest milliner in Portland, R.
Becker, 214 Third st.
The Paris Hair Store, after having been
remodeled by Messrs. Lewis & Clark, is
open again for business at the old stand,
305 Washington st
H. S. Peter's B. L. F.. No. 8; B. L. E..
No. 171, Brotherhood Overalls, 75c. Sold
only by A. E. Dalglclsh, 554 Williams avc.
The members of Company C. Third In
fantry. O. N. G., will give their fourth
dancing party January 25.
Dr. L. M. Thornton. Dentist, rooms
202 and 203, the Marquam. Phone Main
6S4. Open evenings.
Calumet Restaurant. 149 Seventh,
serves fine dinner for 50 cte., Sunday, from
4 to 8 P. M.
Concert Tuesday evening, at the Y. M.
C. A., by the Ernest Gamble Company.
Street Hats, SLOO; Children's Hats, 23c.
At R. Backer's, 214 Third st
Fine sealskin for sale at a bargain.
Marx & Bloch, 74 3d st
Ansley'8 1S05 envelopes. All dealers.
Watch Wooster, 7th and Morrison.
Dr. C. W. Barr, Dentist S17 Dekum.
Dr. Swain. Dentist "U Dekum Bldg.
A VARIETY OF EYES
frames. Our prices you -will find reasonable.
Necessitates a variety of treat-"
ment no two can be cured alike
of -whatever defects exist. Ton
can't read through your neigh
The proper way is to consult
a good oculist or optician "who
can adjust the glasses or specta
cles you need. Yos "will make no
mistake in visiting us if there's
anything -wrong with your eye
sight. We charge sothing for testing
your eyes and by the aid of
scientific instruments can detect
the slightest error. We handle
only first quality of leiises and
Jewelers and Opticians
290 Morrison, Near Fifth
I CONFIDENTIAL CHAT NO 110 I
Did you ever stop to think that -with the exception of the
heart the eye is the hardest worked part of the body?
If to this already severe labor eye-strain from defective vision
is added, seek relief from
THE HOUSE THAT KNOWS HOW
133 SIXTH STREET
XOU cannot enjoy the theater with-
out good opera glasses. We
have some fine glasses at extremely
low prices which you cannot afford to
overlook bQfore purchasing. A call
will convince you.
The following programme has been ar
ranged by Clan Macleay. No. 122. O. S, C
for their concert at Arioa Hall. Friday.
January Zi, at 8 P. M. Programme:
1 Overture. "Scottish Airs"
i. iniroauciory remarks
. V" Chief A. G. Brown
uonirauo soio, "uaiier Herrin"
. Mrs. Walter Iteed
4 Tenor solo, "Afton Water"
. - w,..A.Mr. Leon M. Jones
a uancc. ocoipn reel
6 Soprano solo, "My liamc Is Where
the Heather Bloom
---- .Mrs. Rose Bloch Bauer
Baritone solo. "Star o' Robbie
AS?rns"v.V -V.-Mr- Dom Zan
8 Address, "Robert Burns
. Rev. J. Whltcomb Broughcr
9 Dance, sword dance
Masters W. McCormlck and Frank
10 Quartet "A Highland Xad My Love
11 Dance, sailor's hornpipe... .'.".WW.."""
v Miss Rosie Forbes
12 Contralto solo. "Angus Macdonald"
. Mrs. -Walter Reed
13 Baritone solo, "Stirling Bridge"
,. - - Air. uom zan
14 Soprano solo, "Blue Bells of Scot
land" Mrs. Rosr Riivh t- n nr-
15 Tenor solo, "Scots' Wha Hae"
.;;,"; w"".:1""- Lon M- Jones
16 "Auld Lang Syne "
Miss Leonora Fisher, accompanist
The concert will be followed by a dance.
Tickets. 50 cents .each, may be obtained
from members or "at the door.
WHKKTS TO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant fine, private apart,
ments for parties. 203 Wash., near Bth.
Finest Fronch dinner served In Port
land, with wine. 50c Oxford Restau
rant 68 Sixth street.
Special chicken dinner today at Per
kins Restaurant, 25 cents. D. M. Wat
Genuine French dinner with wine, 50
cents at No. 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Special chicken dinner today at Per
kins Restaurant, 35c. D. M. Watson.
D. J. Byrne.
Will serve an elegant dinner today;
regular prices. 145 First Main 235.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
By the only Goodyear machine In Port
land. Neater and better than hand work.
Only best material used. Schwlnd &
Bauer. 269 Tamhlll, between Third and
Two More In Stripes.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 2L (Special.) Sheriff
T. D. Taylor, of- Umatilla County, this
morning delivered George Gordon and J.
W. Wilson to the Warden of the Penitentiary-
The former is to serve two
AMIORY. JANUARY 30
Soule Bros. Piano Co.
S72 and S7 atorriiea t, cor. W. Txik,
yearrf for larceny from a dwelling, andj
uie iaiicr Jja years ior ar3auu wiin a
dangeroiR weapon. The co3t to the state
for the transportation of these two men
from Pendleton to Salem was
CHINESE LABOR WANTED.
Report on Labor Conditions in Hawaii
Causes a Sensation.
HONOLULU. Jan. 12. via A'lctoria, B. C.
Jan. 2L (Correepondencj of the Associa
ted Press.) L. E. Pinkham, president of
the Territorial Board of Health, has suc
ceeded Incurring up a commotion in Ha
waii by the submission of an exhaustive
report at the Instance of Governor Car
ter, on labor conditions here. The inves
tigation was made by three members of
the Bulldere and Traders' Association
and three of the Trades and Labor Coun
cil. The conclusion reached by Mr. Pinkham
Is that most industries other than sugar-
raising cannot be successful, and the re- f
port is generally regaraea as o?wg a oia
to aid in opening the doors for cheap
Chineee labor. The labor representatives
have refused to sign the report at alL
Brigadier-General Francis Monroe, Uni
ted States Army, Is In Honolulu inspect
ing the United States troops here, and
also the places chosen for fortifications.
The Tax Appeal Court of tho First Dis
trict has decided that plantation agency
contract, though of immenee value, arc
not taxable, as they have no value at a
sale. This decision, if It be sustained
hy the Supreme Court to which appeal
will be carried, will knock out a big
source of income to the territorial treas
Why buy damaged or second-hand
pianos when yob can get superior instru
ments that arc new and perfect for less
money at Meyers" Removal Sale? 74
lion held today a committee, consisting
of the principals of the several city
tscbools. was appointed to outline a plan
of preparing a Clatsop County educational
exhibit for tho Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion. The matter was taken 'ip at the
suggestion of Miss Emma Warren. County
School Superintendent, and the committee
will be assisted by her In preparing the
County Fair Exhibit.
ASTORIA. Or.. Jan. 2L (Special.) At t
meeting, of the City Teachers' Assocla-
Constitutcs a large part of what is earned
in this age of progress. Why not begin
to rave today? It is early in the year
and may be pay-day with you. One dollar
will open a savings account here. It will
help you to cultivate economy and
thoughtfulcess1. if you will let It draw
Into Its safe coffers a dollar or two each
week. 4 per cent on deposits.
Oregon Savings Bank
SIXTH AND MORRISON STS.
House in the
Vh ts oek
Offer fny SJ2.50, 5 or $18 'inter
Overcoat in the Jfeduse: for
This involves about 800
splendid Garments made of
the most serviceable fabrics in
all of the popular fashions.
Many will buy to lay aside for
next year's wear.
NOTE: This week will be
the last of our Great Annual
Sale Every article in the
house reduced except contract
and agency goods.
Overstock! Must be closed
out, in all lines of curios,
including ladies and gen
tlemen's embroidered wrap
pers, kimonas, cloisonne,
bronze, satsuma, ivory, mat
ting, toys; and hundreds of
different designs of fine
decorated cups and sau
cers from 9c and upward.
ANDREW KAN & CO.
287 MORRISON STREET.
v 0riclal m4 Bilr 6 canine.
aub aiTinuu. uKlcutunRW
Its UCD ui Gold MtiCla taxn. m!td
vh&Mutittwa. Tskono atker. KefoM
Ktiimu SaW'uli.iu mad laKm-
. bit of tnr Mnurut. r n3 e. n
kubix Ut Pariltnlan, TenUaualala
M " Keller tor Llea. tn Untr, Sj ro
tmra M&iL. 1 0,O0 Tertavateli. SaUty-
Kia&e Oil p;r. MmUm Square PM1LJU l'A-
CURIO ANTIQUITIES YSSS
NATHAN JOSEPH, Wholesale Deakr
SOI MERCHANT ST.. Saa Fraodsco, California
INDIAN STOKE, ARROW OR SPEAR POINTS,
ReEcs, Works of Art. Idols, Indian War debt. Spears,
Shields. Mats. Bassets. Bows. Arrows, Itolo. Wa
Implements. SKULLS OF ALL NATIONS.
ANTIQUE SILVER. FLINT GUNS. PISTOLS,
BRONZES. COINS. Carnntnaay material. Nam
Clothes, Aracr, War Medals. Scad for photographs.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
TWO NICELY FUItNISHBD FRONT ROOMS.
Ufe of piano, bath and phone; one bloc):
from Portland Hotel. 333 Yamhill st.
inTiiiia Curnd to atfly Curod.
ns I "pared for yoa send fan deacrip-
tloa of. your case aad names of two asthmatic
acSerers. FRANK WHETZEL.M.D.,
Pool. I. . tmiritun Enrs 8tja"ChlOK.
FOR THE FOURTH WEEK OF
OUR ANNUAL SALE
We have bunched several lines of BOYS'
SUITS that were $3.50 W $4.00 and let
them go for
A few lines of BOYS' OVERCOATS
broken lines, go into bunch at same figure.
New Hatsfor Men ..."The Salsbury"
Spring Styles Are in and on Sale.
COR. MORRISON AND SECOND STS.
WHITE GOODS SALE
"We sfre solnfr to make this extra special bartrain
week. Every article In our store reduced. Onr prices
are as low as those of any other house in the city.
Wmn see our window aispiay.
W&i &&zf- -M Clearance sale of matting. Best linen warp, regular
til' ' 5ir9f,i price. 25c per yard; sale price 10c
Is-rL. ivtrl hMt nn t'tn: markfit. lm-tn-Jate. laree size, reeular
price 51.00 per Jar; sale price 60c
Medium size, regular price 60c per jar: sale price.. 40c
Young tender dry ginger Is the best goods for those who
have a cold: will cure entirely. Regular price 23c
per pound; sale price SOc
"THE WESTERN IMPORTING CO.
1 63-170 FIFTH ST.. opposite Postoffice.
Chaa. B. Xounff, Pres.
James 31. Kan, Gen. 3Igrr.
PhqIbI St. Francis Va& 1
JtuCF 3m Fraccbca, Calif ora'i Wf, '
jbwjp Cm tn rst man fsr tu's Cj Z
L2. rxzrj tt ttn Haiti St. Frai:Ii Jj I
IUs at 7 eiJMr fctiil Ij ral W
Boston Painless Dentists.
Are now giving their annual CUT
RATE PRICES on all dental work. Tha
charges are less than college prlcaa.
.and all work: done by onr painless ays
tem and by specialists of 12 to 20 years'
WE SELL ALL THE LEADERS
Extract! njr Free. Exunlngttloas Trae.
I Kirs' milan 35cGoId SllUass 7
i Sett CroTRu ...$3.&$lFull 8t Teetfa....M
AiX. WORK GUABJlJiTKD
FOB. TSX YEAHS.
Have your teeth extracted without
pain and replaced with new ones the
same day. Come In at once and take
advantage of low rates. Se sure yea
ar In the right place.
Boston Painless Dentists
. Fifth aad aCenbex Streets
I Zatrance 291-1 Morlion Street.
uMuatesc unw coacera is lae wows 4
Full Weight and Prompt Delivery
KING COAL CO.
Frost aad Kearney fits.
gchwab Printing Co,
SZST iTOXK. XSjtSOtfjBLE PRICES
3 4 7K STAKE STXEET
rt4iM9T- UAlUtX, UOCAOit or deapair
UUil 6 Uuat do a talss till you m.
mmbkm clearly what'a best by aid o
tumniistite on Hassan Nature, on health,
dtieass. love, marrlas and parentis. Tails
what you'd ask a doctor, but don't Ilka to.
210 pases, illustrated. 23 cents; but to Intro
duce it we sand on only to any adult tor
po state. 10 cents. mLZ PUB. CO, 12
ast SSUx street. 'ew York,
HOJlEOl'ATjnC KKMEDEES Complete
stock, saoderete prices. Mall orders solicited.
Catalogue free. WOODAKD. CLARKE &
CO. Portland. Or.
Was a trade-winner for 113 in Women's Shoes.
This week is going to he a hummer in Boys', Youths', Misses'
and Children's. New lines added to those that have been on sale
At Cut Prices
Boys' Steel Shod, 2Y2 t 5Vz, regular price $2.00 cut price
"Youths' Steel Shod, 1 to 2, regular price 1.75 cut price
Little Gents' Steel Shod, 9 to lty2, reg. price $1.50 cut price
Boys' Satin Calf, 2!2 to S1, reg. price ...$1.75 cut price
Youths' Satin Calf, 1 to 2, regular price ..$1.50 cut price
Little Gents' Satin Calf, 9 to 13V2f reg. price $1.35 cut price
Boys' Box Calf, 2Y2 to Wz, reg. price $2.25 cut price
Misses Vici Kid Lace, to 2, reg. price $2.00 cut price. ...
Hisses Vici Kid Lace, IIV2 to 2, reg. price.. $1.75 cu price
Child's Via Kid Lace, reg. price $1.50 cut price $1.00 and
YOUJtS FOR GOOB
283-285 MORRISON STREET