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THE StTXDAY QEEGONIAN; POKTLAND, MARCH 19, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OXEGOXIAiTS TZXEFHOXES.
Coanti&g.Booai Main 607
ilnnadnc Editor Slain 633
Sunday Editor ..Main 6235
City Editor Main 1C3
Society Editor Stain G235
Compoilnz-Room ................Main 6S5
Superintendent BulldlEff .........Bed 2S28
East Side Office Eart 61
TEX DOLLARS BEWABD.
The Orejronlan triU pay 510 reward for
the arrest and conviction of any one cansbt
tcallnc The Oregoalan from the doors of
COLUMBIA THEATER (Hth and Washlncton)
Matinee at 2 and evening at S. "Joan of
EMPIRE THEATER (12th anfl Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15 and evening at 8:15, "The
STAR THEATER (Park and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
GRAND THEATER CPark and Washington)
ConUnuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Baptists Will Meet. The State So
ciety of the "Woman's Baptist Foreign
Missionary Association -will meet Tues
day at the White Temple. The morn
ing session will begin at 10:30 o'clock,
at -which Miss Morford will lead in the
devotional exercises. Routine business
will be transacted at this session and
In the afternoon the opening will be
In charge of Mrs. Phoebe Adams, the
new city missionary. Miss Elsie Lar
cen will play a violin solo and Mrs. M.
A. E. Stone will speak on "Christ's Mis
sion." Items will be given In regard
to Sukhoda Banarjee. Mrs. William
Wilder will give an address on "Christ's
Chosen People," and Mrs. Schwartz
will also speak. During the noon hour
a basket luncheon will be partaken of
by all. Mrs. M. L. Driggs will preside
at both meetings of the society.
Fob Univeksitt Park. The Civic Im
provement League of University Park is
planning a great deal o work. This or
ganisation has divided the "districts, and
besides beautifying the town Itself, has
petitioned the Portland Consolidated Rail
way Company to repair and rebuild wait
ing rooms along the way to the city. The
request has been favorably received by
the company. William D. Wheelwright
has expressed satisfaction at the work of
the University Park league. His plan
was used In subdividing the district. A
general meeting of the league was held
Friday night. The executive committee
will meet tomorrow to appoint neighbor
hood committees. To facilitate the move
ment, an entertainment will be given by
the league soon. The next general meet
ing will be in Artisan's Hall next Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Plajcs for Extensive Work. At the
meeting of the Mothers and Teachers'
Club, held In the assembly hall of the
Brooklyn School yesterday, Mrs. Francis
J. Wells presiding, plans for much work
In the near future were formulated. For
promoting a spirit of civic Improvement
In the neighborhood the following com
mittee was appointed: Mrs. C. H. For,
Mrs. C C. Newcastle, Mrs. Charles E.
Matholt and Mrs. J. K. Havely. In this
connection Miss A. I Dlmlck read the
list of prizes offered by the Portland Civic
Improvement League for cultivation of
flowers and improvement of home sur
roundings. This committee will endeavor
to interest the young people of that
Diamonds, Jbwelrt, looked after and J
cleaned free of charge. Having returned
to the city and purchased the stock and
good will of C. G. Tingry, I take this
method of calling the attention of friends,
old and new, to the fact and to the loca
tion of this reliable Jewelry shop. As an
expert with lifelong experience and an
extensive dealer in Jewelry and diamonds,
I am in every way equipped to give per
fect satisfaction both In quality and cost
of work. Bring your diamonds and jew
elry have It cleaned free while you -wait.
All other work at fairest rates. Old gold
bought for cash. It. Schuman, expert dia
mond setter, corner 3d and Washington,
over N. P. express office.
Mrs. Doutiiit's Book to Be Issued.
Mrs. Mary Osborne Douthlt yesterday
signed with Anderson & Dunlway a con
tract to publish the book upon which she
has been working over a year, "The
Souvenir of Western Women." Ten
thousand copies will be issued. It deals
with women's work in the Pacific North
west, pioneer reminiscences, stories,
poems and songs. It Is Illustrated with
portraits and scenic views. The book
will come from the press May 1.
C. L. Scheree. Is Dead. C. L. Scherer.
living at 1155 East Yamhill street, died
yesterday morning at bis home, after an
Illness of three months. He was 70 years
old and had lived In Portland for 30 years.
A widow and three daughters survive
him, the latter being: Mrs. Huam Fltz
patrlck. Mrs. F. T. Warren and Miss C
M. Scherer. The funeral will take place
this afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late
home, 1155 East Yamhill street
Campaign Against Ttphoid. At a
meeting of the State Board of Health,
which Is to be held at the office of the
secretary, in the Marquam building,
Monday night, a discussion of the1 pro
posed campaign against typhoid fever
will be the principal topic. Several
other matters of Interest will be con
sidered. Narrowlt Escapes Death. While
working It a rock-crusher at Second and
Pino streets yesterday forenoon, Walter
Wiles' clothing caught In a pulley and
was torn from him. He saved himself
from death by laying hold of a heavy
stone- The machine was quickly stopped
by Peter Sorenson.
People's Forum. The meeting this
Sunday evening will be at 7:30 o'clock at
Knights of Pythias Hall, Marquam build
ing. There will be a debate on the In
itiative and Referendum between Messrs.
W. 8. TJ'Ren and R. R. -Dunlway. Every
body Is welcome. Free and .open discus
sion, will follow.
Mat Loss a Leg. Louis Schumer, who
was shot toy Detectives Day and Welner
while trying to escape, will probably suf
fer the loss of bis left leg, as the bone
was badly shattered by a bullet. He is
at the Good Samaritan Hospital.
BE. Roanoke (2400 tons), sails for
Baa Francisco, Los Angeles, Coos Bay,
and Eureka, Tuesday, March SL at 9 A.
M., from Columbia Dock, No. 1. Ticket
office, 2S1 Washington street. Harry
SS. Roanoke (2(00 tons) sails for San
Francisco. Los Angeles. Coos Bay and
Eureka Tuesday, March 2L 7 P. II., from
Columbia Dock No. 1. Ticket office. 251
Washington street. Harry Toung, agent.
The second game of the season, Sunday,
2:80 P. 1L. 24th and Vaughn. Admission.
25c. Strong semi-professional team.
Schlllers vf. East Portlands.
Elegant new steamer Northland sails
for San Francisco Monday evening. Cabin,
$12.00; steerage, $8.00. Meals and berth In
cluded. C H. Thompson, agt, 128 Sd St.
Erssbt Thompson Seton. 4 o'clock mat
inee tomorrow at the Marquam Grand.
Admission, 25c to alL In the evening at
S o'clock, prices 50c, 75c. $L00.
Wisconsin Socxett. Former residents
of Wisconsin are requested to enroll at
office of H. L. Powers. 3 Chamber of
Coxoert by Y. M. C A. Glee Club Tues
day night, assisted by Miss Ruth Hidings
and Mr. George Lester Paul. 25c and 35c
DoArassa is positively cured by the
electrical .massacon. Free tests. 123
7th st Hutchison Acoustic Co. agency.
CAjrroN B7A.tR Store.
Chinese and Japanese fancy goods.
Curios. 90 Sixth st
B. ajto 7L, homeopathies. now 807 Wash..
Knight Drug Co.. agents. 'Phone 2S3J.
Tax Calumet Restaurant. 19 Seventh.
Fine luncheon, 25c; dinner. 50c
DmrasT's Furniture for sale, offices
for rent. T 80, Oregonian.
Boost Woosters.bcst Boston coffee.
Star Brewert Co itp ant Secures
Judgment. In the case of E. D. Curtis
against the Star Brewery Company to
recover $249 alleged by the former to be
due for the sale of his property- by the
brewery company, tried yesterday before
Justice Waldemar Seton, the result was
that the company obtained Judgment
against Curtis for $115.65. The evidence
of the Star Brewery was of so strong a
character that the claim of Curtis was
wiped out, and this judgment obtained
against him, an unexpected outcome.
First Death in Lodge. Estacada
Lodge. No. 175, L O. O. FC'lost Its first
member by death a few days ago. in the
person of Edward W. Duncan, who was
buried under the auspices of that lodge.
He was a charter member when the lodge
was Instituted in February, and had -been
an active member. He was born June 11,
1E79, at Susanville, Lassen County, CaL,
and had been a citizen of Estacada com
munity for eight years. The lodge passed
appropriate resolutions in his memory.
In Honor of Neal Dow. An all-day
W. C. T. U. Institute will be held tomor
row In the First Evangelical Church. East
Market and Sixth streets. One of the
features will be an address by Mrs. Lucia
F. Addlton, state president, on Neal Dow.
Mrs. Edith Whitsides will preside.
Steamer "Nome City," for San Fran
cisco direct, sails from Couch-St Dock
Monday. March. 20. at 6 P. M. Fare, $12.00
cabin, $8.00 second class, meals and berth
included. F. P. Baumgartner, agent.
F. E. Beach & Co., the Pioneer Paint
Co.. agents for Jap-a-lac, liquid veneer.
Neal's enamels. Hygienic Kalsomlne,
Acme weathered oak stain, Grippen's floor
crack filler, window glass and glazing. 135
The second game of the season, Sunday,
2:30 P. M., 24th and Vaughn. Admission,
25c Strong semi-professional team.
Schlllers vs. East Portlands.
Mrs. R. Becker announces the arrival
of a full assortment of the latest pattern
hats and novelties. Ladles are invited to
Inspect our styles and low prices. 214
Dr. Brougher's topics Sunday at White
Temple: Morning, "The King's Busi
ness"; night. "Standing Pat," or "Show
ing the White Feather." Baptism. Music
Early Seed Potatoes, just arrived, car
Utah selected "Early Ohio" potatoes;
very fine lot for seed for sale by Page &
Son, 120 Front street.
For Sale Gasoline launch, length 18
feet, beam 4 feet, engine IVs h. p.. capac
ity 8 people, condition first-class, price
$350. 273 Stark St.
Furniture, pianos, etc., moved prompt
ly and carefully by experienced men.
Kadderly Transfer Commission Co. Phone
Alfalfa and Clover, three cars each
this week. Special prices. Kadderly
Transfer Commission Co., 110 North 3d. "
Bookkeepers, 3 fundamental rules In
rhyme. Solves all journal problems. $1.00
by mail. B. Naphtali, 491 Davis St,
DcWt Forget to call at 2S6 .Yamhill
fit for all kinds of hardwood floors. Port
land Hardwood Floor Co.
Max M. S hillock, with R. L. Cate &
Co. Real estate, investments and insur
ance. 113 Second street
Hotel Oxford. Sixth and Oak, modern
and up-tordate. Rates $1 per day and up.
Grand entertainment and dance tonight
at 8 P. M. at Arlon Hall, 2d and Oak sts.
Acme Oil Co. sclls'the best coal oils and
gasoline. Phone East 79.
Watch Wooster sell his Boston coffee.
THE EXPOSITION GE0TJHDS.
Order Placed for 50,000 Bird's Eye
Views Printed In Seven Colors.
The management of the Lewis and
Clark Fair Association yesterday placed
an order with Mr. E. Shelley Morgan,
of the Mutual Label & Ugthograph
Company, S01 Macleay building, for 50,
000 additional blrdseye views of the
Lewis and Clarky Exposition grounds.
The Fair Association has already dis
tributed 20,000 of these lithographic
views throughout the Eastern and Mid
dle Western States. The additional 50.
000 ordered will be used for distribu
tion in the states of the Pacific North
west This is one of the handsomest litho
graphic reproductions ever Issued by
any publishing house in the United
States. The view itself is 28x46 inches
In size, and it is printed In seven colors.
It shows every building on the Fair
grounds, and the grand vista of scenic
beauty of the country surrounding
Portland to the east and north, includ
ing the great chain of the Cascade
Mountains and the lofty, snow-capped
peaks that rise far abovo tho general
level of the summit of this great chain
There, is an accuracy of detail fol
lowed In the reproduction of this view
that has Insured a most pleasing per
spective of the entire grounds, and the
beautiful stretch of city and mountain
scenery that reaches away to the north
The Mutual Label & Lithograph Com
pany has received the congratulations
of many prominent people for the
ability shown, not only to underbid
Eastdrn competitors on this high-grade
work, but also for their ability to se
cure as good results in artistic engrav
ing effects as can be guaranteed by any
of the leading engraving establish
ments of the East
LADIES OF PORTLAND.
Hechtman Sisters. Evening, reception,
fancy street tailor gowns and opera coats
made. Located In RubscI block. 4th and
Morrison. Phone Clay 532. Reception
Do you want table linens that will wear
well and look, well? Come and get our
prices. McAllen & McDonnell are head
quarters for linens.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for the kindness, sympathy and
help extended to us In our great be
reavement in the death of our son. Peter
ANTON TELLER AND FAMILY.
How easy it is to save a dollar or so
a week, if you have some safe place
to put it Open an account here.
$L00 will start you. Practice sav
ing for awhile antt see how quickly
money accumulates. Four per cent
interest on savings deposits. We
will loajh you a handsome nickel
plated Some savings bank to
Oregon Savings Bank
V SIXTH AND XDRRTSON" STS.
A Few of the Late Novelties
Tlia New Jewelry Novelties for this Spring are by far the prettiest
ever shown. Our Advance Stock has arrived and we are able to show
the largest collection of novelties ever shown in the city.
; PURSES AND BAGS
Some entirely new effects in this line, as to shape, style and color,
will be shown this week in onr window. The prices are especially
low this year.
La Vallieres Bracelets,Waist Sets, Hatpins, Crosses, set in fancy
stones are all the rage in the East, and the fad has just begun. They
are of striking beauty.
NECKLACES AND WATCH CHAINS
Set with fancy stones of all kinds are the go, and worn with gold
and fancy set crosses, set with stoned of all colors.
SHIRTWAIST SETS .
Silver, Gold. Tilled and Solid Gold. The designs are entirely
different this year and prices very low, considering the beautiful
Fobs for Ladies and Gentlemen in both Silk and Metal will be
very much in evidence this Summer. The Paent Fastener which is
now attached to all fobs makes them secure, and as a result fobs are
very popular. We Are Headquarters for Novelties.
200 MORRISON STREET.
Kxtr All Hooslers are Invited to 'tlgn the Indiana, register at our tor.
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TILE OUTSIDE -INN FOR RENT FOR SEASON OF 1003.
A hotel of 90 rooms. Just completed, opposite the main entrance and overlooking
the Exposition grounds, electric lighted throughout and equipped with baths and mod- T
era conveniences; large Clntnc-haJl In connection on ground floor. For terms apply
to H. E. Noble. 312 Commercial block. '
. Steve Caps, a business man of Jackson
ville, HI., and wife arrived In Portland
yesterday on a visit with friends.
Mrs. Effle Akley, owner of the Hotel
Monarch, has returned to Portland after
a visit to Walla Walla. She was a resi
dent qf that city 12 years ago, and this
was her first visit in that time. She was
much impressed with tho remarkable
growth of Walla Walla In that period.
The many friends of Dr. Gustav Baar,
one of Portland's most popular physi
cians, will be grieved to learn that ho Is
seriously 111 with typhoid fever at the
country home of his people, Mahr Weis
sklrchen, Austria. Dr. Baar left here for
Europe early last fall for a visit at his
old home and to take lectures in Vienna.
He intended returning" to Portland this
AU the delicacies of the season at tb
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 305 Wash., near 6th.
Will sen' an elegant turkey dinner to
day with wine, 50c. 145 1st st. Main 233.
The Empire Restaurant will serve spe
cial chicken dinner today, from 12 to 7:30.
192 Third street
Genuine French dinner with wine, 50
cents at No. 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Elegant Italian dinner with wine. 50c
12 to S P. M. Manhattan Rest., 69 6th st
Fine French dinner with wine, Kc
Chicken dinner. 25c Oxford, 68 6th st
Special chicken dinner today at Per
kins Restaurant. 35c D. M. Watson.
HAVE YOU A SQUARE PIANO?
It is not yet too late to get rid of your
old square piano. We fix them, up at our
shop and ship them to Central America.
We will allow liberally for square pianos
in part payment for a fine, new, up-to-date
upright, or will pay cash for same.
See or address Ellers Piano House, whole
sale department corner Washington and
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine. Better than hand
work. Best material used. Schwind &
Bauer. 269 Yamhill, between Third and
"Joan of Arc" at Columbia.
The last two performances of this
wierd and Impressive spectacle will be
matinee today and this- evening. One
of the most intense scenes is the dan
gerous fall from a High tower, showing
the lofty battlements in tho distance.
Joan appears at the summit and throws
a rope to the moat below, a distance
of some 70 feet From this height she
lowers herself until within some dis
tance from the bottom, when the part
ing of the rope precipitates her to the
moat below. It is a situation unlike
any which has been presented in mod
ern drama, and that it proves thor
oughly interesting is shown by the in
tense silence in. the audience during the
descent and the involuntary gasp when
the fall Is made.
The great and increasing demand for
White rock Water
proves that Pacific Coast people investigate.
Mrs. Morse Why don't yo limit yourself
in your drinking? R. E. Morse I do, my
dearth; Teut I set tnehio limit so far off
hi o that I get drunk hie befcra I reach it
Three large shipments Just arrived.
T S IM
E T E
I E R
IN Y S
And with our other makes comprise the
largest and best assortment of fine
Pianos In the city. See them now. We
are offering special inducements. Credit
SOULE BROST PIANO CO.
372 and 374 MORRISON ST.
Cor. W. Park.
gchwab Printing Co.
XZITtrORK. XZUt OKASL 2 ft TCXt
7K STARS STXEET
In Men's Clothes
are shown here for
the, tall, thin, short
and stout as well as
for the regular built
man. io matter
how peculiar your
f physique may be
you can be fitted
just as well as, if
not Wetter, by your
tailor. We especial
ly invite men "hard
to fit" to examine
our handsome lines
Spring Topcoats andCravenettes
$10, $12.50, $15, $18, $20, $25, $30, $35
Men's Sack SuitS for Business 'Wear
$10, $12.50, $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25 to $35.00
HAVE YOU TRIED THE PEER OF ALL $3 HATS,
"THE BROOK?" A
The Greatest Clithing House in the Northwest
TO look well take care of your
complexion. Do cot allow un
sightly clmplss. felackheadt .tan.
or freckles to fclealsh your skin.
will remove these like magic.
Dues Eczema, and Tetter.
Used With DERMA-ROYAtE
Soap. perfect skin Is
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS,
cr nay bo ordered direct.
Dsrmx-Roycle, $1 per bottle, express paid.
DenaaRoyaIe Soap, 25 Cents, by mail.
Both in one package, $1.25, express paid.
PortnlB tad tstiaealals teat en rarest.
IHE DERMA-ROYALE C0..Ciacksiti.
The only UNBURN AB LB non-explosive-
oil jollsh In the world. En
cmela any Iron glossy Jet black,
which can be washed like a dish.
No dust or odor. Polishes nickel.
Nothing else like It. 25c at deal
ers or send us S5o for full size can.
BLACK SATIJC POLISH CO.,
Boom 379, 107 Chamber?! it., N. T. C
tor saio dt t
OLD 3. "WORTSIAX & KING. Portland.'!
HOMEOPATHIC TtTTM-Krirg-q CoapleU
stock, moderate prices. Mall orders solicited.
Catalogs free. YVOODAXD, CULKKB A
CO- Portland, Or.
1 OF THE
HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Boys' Spring Suits
. REASONABLE PRICES
$1.95, $2.45, $3.95, Up to 57.00
See Oar Big Wlnrfews
.Ball, Bat or Catcher's Glove '
free with every suit.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
MORRISON and SECOND ST5.
GRAND FREE GIFT DISTRIBUTION
Our crowing business compels us
to move to larger quarters, so that
on or about April 1 we hope to be
Installed In our new premises at
353 "Washington street, In the ele
gant 6-story new building, next to
the Star Theater, corner West
Park and Washington streets.
Watch our "ad" for the opening
day to see what will be given away
free to every visitor. t
Grand Prize Paris, 1903.
Double Grand Prize St Louis, 1304.
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO,, GEN L.
12S Seventh Street, Portland, Oregon. 1
OUR PRESENT QUARTERS FOR'LEASE
High-Class Prescription Work
All our prescription work is well done, for we employ none but skllled
ft urnjucn. ibb tenses nave penecuy
smooth edges and Tegular In shape.
Each frame and mounting Is ab
solutely right and not merely "near
enough to pass."
Nothing as allowed to go out of
our establishment unless exactly
right in the minutest detail.
. MANUFACTURING- OPTKIAHS-
284 WASHINGTON STREET.
Set. 4th aad 5th.
When you're passing- this restaurant
and enjoy a dinner thafs appetizing
Every thing in season and the best,
properly cooked and perfectly served.
French Dlaaer with wise $1
2 to 6 P. M.
s L : I
Lenses and Frames manufactured,
correctly fitted and adjusted to visual
requirements, are just good enough
for those who trust theft eyes to our
care and protection.
133 SIXTH STREET OREGONIAN BUILPWG
Where plates or bridges are ordered.
We are experts In this line. This la
the best time of year for thir kind of
work. Eighteen years experience.
Taird mmI Wasfclagtss Opea EveaLss '