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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1905)
IHB SUNDAY OEEGPSftAN, POOTIAND, HAY - L1t IMS.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OKEGOMAXS TELEPHONES.
Countlas-Zlocm Main 667
M an a pin r Editor ...Mala 638
Sunday Editor......... Main 6235
City Editor Main 168
Society Editor Mala 6235
Compoilnjr-Room ................Mala 685
Superintendent Building Bed 2828
East Side Office East Ot
EMPIRE THEATER fl2ti and Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15 and evening at 8:15, "Blow
STAR THEATER tPark and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30, 7:30 and 9
GRAND THEATER fParlc and "Washington)
Continuous -vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30
BAKER THEATER (3d and Tamhlll) Con
tlnuoue -vaudeville, 2:30. 7:30 and 9 P. M.
BASEBALL. PARK (24th and Vaughn) At 2
P. M.. amateur baseball. Schlllcns v. Unl
verelty Parks. Lacrosse, 3:15 Portlands vs,
"Will Open Portland House. Messrs.
Lilly, Bogardus & Co., Incorporated, pro
prletors of the North Coast Flouring:
Mills, Seattle, have recently purchased
the business of Bogge & Storp, located
corner Front and Taylor streets. Lilly.
Bogardus & Co. are among the largest
and most representative of Seattle s lead
ing business houses. They have built up
a business in Seattle which today covers
all parts of the Pacific Northwest, and
in addition to their trade In the local
field they have built up an export business
of considerable magnitude. The Portland
branch of this house will be known as
the Charles H. Lilly Company. They
will deal extensively in seeds, poultry
supplies, fertilizers and dairy supplies.
Mr. Charles H. Lilly, senior member of
the Seattle house, was In Portland re
cently, and It was under his direct super
vision that purchase of the extensive
business of Rogge & Storp was consum
Teachers Are Elected. Directors of
the Arleta School district, on the Mount
Scott railway, have elected the following
teachers for the year beginning next Sep
tember: W. M. Miller, principal; Mrs.
A. R. Brown. Sixth and Seventh Grades;
Gertrude Vollans, Miss Julia Spooncr,
Miss Higgins, Miss Cora Love and Miss
Colb. It is expected that a two-room
building will have to be erected this Sum
mer. and perhaps eight teachers cm
ployed. The school will close June 9,
with graduating exercises in the evening.
Victoria Dat Celebration.
Wednesday evening. May 24.
The best concert of the season.
Mrs. Walter Reed, assisted with
Portland's best talent.
Under auspices of the combined British
and Canadian societies.
Armory. Tenth street, near Couch.
Refreshments served after concert.
Admission. 23 cents.
Tickets for sale at Woodard, Clarke
Kin wring Up the 'Big Embankment.
The Pacific Bridge Company is comnlet
ing the embankment on Bast Washington
street, between Union avenue and East
First street. It only now remains to level
up the fill and extend the south side some
what, when the embankment will be com
pleted. Between East First and Water
streets. Geibisli and Joplin, the work Is
somewhat behind, as the filling is being
oonc by means of wagons. When the
earth deposited on the street has settled
sufficiently a plank roadway will be laid.
Thrown From a Train. John White
was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital early
yesterday morning by the police. He was
suffering from .injuries to hts leer, m
flicted by being thrown from an O. R. &
N. train near The Dalles. He was steal
ing a ride. It is alleged, and was kicked
oft the cars by a brakeman. He Is said
to have given a fictitious name at the
hospital. The police claim his real name
is James Canavan, and that he recently
attempted to commit suicide at his home
In .South Portland.
lacrosse and baseball todat.
. Two Games for One Admission.
24th-Vaughn St. Grounds.
Portland Lacrosse Club vs. Shamrocks.
s chillers vs. universitt parke.
Ladies Free to Grandstand.
See Tommt Burns Plat Lacrosse,
evertbodt will be there.
General Admission, 25 Cents.
Kaspar Vandran Recovers. Kaspar
vandran has so far recovered from his
wounds that he has left Good Samaritan
Hospital and gone to his home on the
East Side. He was recently shot by Joseph
Youns, who is said to have been jealous
of him. Young is a nervous wreck as a
result, and Is confined In a local sani
tarium. Oregon Camera Club's
Ninth Annual Excursion
Up the Columbia to Bonneville,
On the Steamer Chas. R. Spencer,
Sunday, June 4th.
An Orderly and Enjoyable Affair.
No Dancing. No Licjuor Sold.
Death of Mrs. Laura Everett. Miss
Laura Everett, wife of V. L Everett,
principal of the Falrvlew School, died
Wednesday.. A brief service was held at
her late home, when the body was taken
to Hood River for interment. Mrs. Ever
ett leaves a husband and two children,
the youngest a baby only six days old.
Will Make Portland His Home. Mr.
M. L. Allison, formerly Mayor of Grand
Junction. Colo., has purchased eight lots
at Reservoir Park, and will erect an ele
gant house on the property. Mr. Allison
is wry much taken with the climate of
Portland and will make his future home
Lineman Is Recovering. Lewis Long,
the lineman who fell from a pole in the
Lewis and Clark Exposition grounds Fri
day afternoon, is recovering from his in
juries at Good Samaritan Hospital. No
bones were, broken It has been proved,
but he was painfully bruised.
Its Last Meeting. The last meeting
of the class for the study of the Apocry
pha will be held Wednesday, May 24, at
2:30 P. M.. at the Selling-Hirsch building.
A paper on the books of Maccabees L and
II. will be read.
Strouse's Restaurant, No 229 Wash
ington street, will close to the public May
17, In order to renovate and enlarge Us
dining-room, and will reopen about May
2L. of which due notice will be given.
Oregon Citt River Trips.
Boat Leaves Taylor St. Sunday.
11:30 A. M 3:30 P. M. Round Trip, 23c.
Leaves Oregon City 1:30 and 5 P. M.
Remember the date. June 4. Hibernian
River excursion to Martin's Bluff. Boat
and barge leaves Alder-street dock at 9 A.
M. Tickets. 50c and 25c. Good music.
Automobile For Sale. Old's double
cylinder Tonneau car new considerably
less than cost. Can be seen at 416 Van
couver avenue. Edgar L. Lowell.
Golf Links. Two fine lots left adjoin
ing the links.. only 5300. Sellwood Town
site Co.. office at Sellwood and at 222
The Passion Play this evening at St,
Lawrence Church, Third and Sherman
streets. 8 o'clock. Adults. 23 cents; chll
3ren, 13 cents.
Public telephone is now installed at the
12-Mile Roadhouss. Lunches and dinners
served promptly and at short notice.
Bed Bugs quit when Avenarius Car
bollneum wood preservative Is used.
Flsher-Thorsen, Front and Morrison.
Concert by Miss Ella Frances Hoberg,
Y. M. C. A- building. Tuesday evening.
Dr. Gustav Baar has returned. Office
S05-S97 Oregonian Bldg. Hours, 2-4 P. M.
Acme Oil Co. sells the best safety coal
oils and fine gasoline. Phone East 789.
New pianos ror rent and sold on easy
.ems. H. SInshelraer. 72 Third street.
Country Club Inn, Hood River, open.
Come and see the strawberry fields.
Officbb for Rent. Three deslraele of
fices. A. B. McAlpln. 136 Seventh.
Thb Caluxkt Kwtauraat. 149 SerMti
Ft Jwwfews. 3be; eUa&er Me.
SiAxvrw Cottabe, ele er rest. JSaM. It. I
New Ferry Causes Improvements.
The operation of the new Alblna. ferry
at the foot of Randolph street has made
a marked change In everything In that
neighborhood, although the ferry has been
running only about two weeks. Consid
erable teaming traffic use the new ferry,
owing to the easy grades leading to the
Alblna streets. Improvements in building
are being made around the Alblna landing
as far back as Goldsmith street. For
a year this district has been very dilapi
dated and many buildings have been de
serted, but the indications are that all
this condition is to be changed. Already
many of the deserted and partly-wrecked
houses are being repaired, and there is
now every indication that this part of
Albina will pick up right along.
Portland Lodge. No. 142, B. P. O. E..
returns sincere thanks to the business
houses of the city and to the Individuals
who so generously aided the lodge in the
county fair, held lately at the Armory
The kindness of the public was so general
that it is entirely out of the power of
the lodge to express personally to each
friend its appreciation. It therefore avails
itself of this method of saying that the
lodge and its members are under great
obligations to the public, which they hope
in the course of time to reciprocate, and
they trust that by their participation in
all matters appertaining to the progress,
peace and prosperity of our beautiful
city, and their continued service towards
Its general good, the feeling of the pub
lic towards them, so generously evidenced,
may be always Justified. By order of the
lodge. The Committee.
May Festival Held at Baby Home.
The annual May festival was held yes
terday afternoon at the new Baby Home
building. There was a large attendance
of the friends of the institution, Mrs.
Charles Sltton, president, and members
of the board of directors. The rooms in
the handsome new structure were attrac
tively decorated. Those assisting were
Mrs. C. E. Curry. Miss Ruth Maxwell.
Miss Lisa Ward. Miss Anita Burns, Mrs.
G. W. McBride. Miss Virglna Wilson. Miss
Montgomery, Miss Glltner. Mrs. W. D.
Fenton, Mrs. B. D. Klngley. Miss Parr,
Miss Morrison and Miss Francis Wilson.
A Correction. In yesterday's Oregon
ian the first publication of our advertise
ment announcing our special Fourth of
July sale was published, but our name and
address was Inadvertently omitted. It
was a very unfortunate affair all around,
but in this issue you will find a full copy
of the special Fourth of July sale now
on at our store. The J. M. Acheson Co.,
Fifth and Alder streets.
Work for everybody at Hood River
picking strawberries. Three thousand
people wanted at once. Take Regulator
Line steamers from foot of Alder street
daily. 7 A. M. Representative of fruit
growers is now at dock. Gives full Infor
mation. Office open all day Sunday. Call
and get information and. baggage tags
free. Phone Main 914.
By O. W. P. & Br. Co. Concert by
D'Urbano's Royal Italian Band at Cane
mah Park this afternoon and evening.
Round trip, 25 cents. To Estacada, 50
cents round trip. Cars leave First and
Alder streets. Tickets must be purchased
at the company's offices.
In connection with the moving pictures
of the Passion Play at St. Lawrence
Church this evening, the following musical
programme will be rendered: Millard's
"Ave Maria," Gounod's "Gloria," "The
Holy City" and Gounod's "Sanctus."
Get "On the Trail." march song. Pub
lished by Fisher Music Co.. 190 Third st.
Sheet music sale, 2c to 15c each. AH
late publications. Folios, 23c. containing
100 pieces, vocal or instrumental. Fisher
Music Co., Baker Theater block.
Elegant floral pieces. 52 and 53. Pansy
plants, 2c; geraniums, 5c; cosmos, 3c; lo
belias. 2c; asters, 2c; cannas. 10c: dahlias.
15c; best roses, 23c Burkhardt's, 23d & G.
F. E. Beach & Co.. the Pioneer Paint
Co.. are still selling their damaged paints
and getting ready for new goods. 135
First, corner Alder.
An explanation of each scene will be
given with the Passion Play pictures at
St. Lawrence Church this evening.
Catherine E. Johnson, manicuring.
Hotel Antlers, room 38. Phone Main G432.
For Sale. Concession of dining-room in
hotel. Gruber. 617 Commercial Block.
Dr. Rickenback Eye, ear, nose, throat.
Allsky bldg. Phone Red 30S2.
Dr. Knoder, dentist. 322 Mohawk bldg.
Cedar Park open afternoon and eve.
Watch Wooster's auction. 7th & Mor.
LOST HONORED PRESIDENT
Society for Emancipation of India
Mourns Judge Bellinger's Death.
At the meeting of the Oregon So
ciety for the Emancipation of India
From Caste Slavery, held last Wednes
day evening at the secretary's office,
Oregonian building, the following re
port of the committee on resolutions
on the death of Judge Charles B. Bel
linger was unanimously adopted:
Resolved. That"" in the death of Judee
Charles B. Bellinger, the Oregon Socletv
for the Emancipation of India from Caste
Slavery lost Its honored and beloved pres
ident: the community In which he lived
and labored, one pf its noble pioneers; the
state, one or its most excellent citizens;
the United States, one of the most able,
impartial and upright Judges; and the
people of India, one of their truest
friends: and be it further
Resolved. That these our unanimous
sentiments be spread upon the records of
the society of which he was the president
since its organization; that a copy of these
resolutions De sent to tne Bereaved fam
ily: and that the same be printed in our
city newspapers and In India.
LilOrslSL. K. WEBSTER,
WILLIAM H. GALVANL
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine. Better than hand
work. Best material used. Schwlnd &
Bauer. 69 Yamhill, between Third and
Escanernong Is the finest product of
the Scuppernong. a native grape, identi
fied with the earliest settlement of the
country. It is a delicious, refreshing
white wine, moderately sweet, but with
sufficient natural fruit acidity to make
a perfect table wine, having an exquisite
fruit aroma and "bouquet," W. J. Van
Schuyver & Co.. Inc.. distributors.
We assume that every one
knows his duty to himself
and to his family to save a
portion of his earnings and
put it where it will earn more.
But a gentle reminder may
help. IT PAYS TO SAVE
We Pay Z. Per Cent
321 Morrises Street.
1- O. Rsdatea, President.
. Cooper .Merrt. Cashier.
S. L. Hayes, Assistant Cashier.
Telepiioae Main 16.
j We Make MEDALS
! CLASS PINS EMBLEMS
j SOCIETY BADGES, Etc.
J Our shop is being: kept busy with this class of work, and when we
deliver a job It Is a. well-finished article the kind that alw-ays brings
us more "business. We are In a position to turn out this kind of work
e promptly and with only one profit.
We mount Elk Teeth, Eagle .CIhtt, etc., into nobby up-to-date
charms and always have new ideas to suggest in this line. We can
make anything in gold, platinum or silver.
PreeloBK and iieml-prerleuti nteaen of all kinds. We can furnish .
anything: of this kind on the market at moderate prices. Bring your
m agates, moonstones or other rough gems to us. We can cut and mount
them Into pretty novelties for you.
SouvcBlrn ef Portland and the KxseMtiea as low as 25c and as high
e as you care to go. Come in and see them. We like visitors, to call
and see our many novelties.
: JAEGER BROS. OPTICIANS
i 290 MORRISON ST., Near FIFTH I
BANK AND OFFICE RAILING
WIRE AND IRON FENCING
Barbed Wire, Wire and Lawn Fencing,
Poultry Netting, Etc.
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS
PHONE MAIN 2000
263 FLANDERS ST., NEAR THIRD
Oriental New Matting
Fancy Carved Chairs. New Shirtwaists and
Embroidered Shirtwaist Patterns and Linen
Collars. Fancy Screens. Every article at
the lowest prices.
THE WESTERN IMPORTING CO.
168-170 Fifth Street, Opposite Postofflce Square
CHAS. D. YOLWG Presides!. JAMBS M. KAX, Geaeral Manager.
AT PORTAGE ROAD OPENING
Crowds From Up River "Will Gather
at The Dalles.
It is certain that one of the largest
crowds that has been gathered together
in Oregon for many years will assemble
at The Dalles on June 3" to witness the
opening of the portage road. The mem
bers of the Open River Association are
beginning to report that the people of the
Upper Columbia River are preparing to
come to the exercises in great numbers,
both by water and rail, while it is learned
that the people in every direction aro
planning to be present.
The steamer Xorma, running from Ri
paria. on the upper river toward The
Dalles, will bring a load of people to the
opening, while requests" have been made
of the Open River Association for three
boats to be used on the lower river. The
programme is being rapidly put into shape
and in a very short time all the details of
the exercises will have been arranged.
WHERE JO DINE.
AH the delicacies of th coaenn nf t)i.
Portland Rcsta'irant. fine, private apart
ments for parties. 305 "Wash., near Fifth.
Elegant turkev dinner todav. with win
50c; chicken dinner, 33c; 143 First, Main 22o!
Fine French dinner with wfno sn
chicken dinner, 33c 68 6th St., near Oak.
Finest chicken dinner In town ah
delicacies of the season. 192 3d St.
Special chicken dinner todav nf -par
kins Restaurant, 35c D. 3d. Watson.
Genuine French dinner, -with vinn sv.
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Three FIbrcm Are Amputated.
While working yesterday afternoon in a
furniture factory at Front and Davis
streets, an accident among the machinery
happened, whereby the right hand of G.
M. Vanderhook, 17 years old, was severely
Injured. He was taken to the Good Sa
marl tan Hospital, where it became neces
sary to amputate three of the fingers of
the injured hand.
PIANO' RECITAL VIOLIN.
Given by pupils of Messrs. Eugene and
Josef Steblngcr, tomorrow night, at Arlon
Hall. Friends invited.
Parker to Address Lawyers.
CHICAGO. May 20:-(Special.)-The
twenty-ninth annual meeting 6f the Il
linois State Bar Association will be held
at the Chlcngo Beach Hotel Thursday and
Friday. May 25 and 25.
The annual address will be delivered
by Alton B. Parker, late Democratic can
didate for President, the subject being
"The Lawyer in Public Affairs."
Philippine Problem His Topic.
Brigadier General Thomas M. Anderson,
U. S. A., will deliver an address on "The
Philippine Problem" this evening at S
o'clock at a meeting of the People's Fo
rum. Knights of Pythias Hall. Marquam
building. An open discussion will follow
the address and Miss Z. Loewenberg will
sing. All interested are Invited.
The dinner setting is Incomplete without
"White Rock Water.
A selected water is as essential as a
ST. MARGARET'S IIAIX. San Mateo. Cal.
Elranor Tebbetts. Actlnr Principal.
BOXWOOD MANOR SCHOOL. Lyme. Cobb.
I. LouIm Tebbetta. Actlsc iHnclpal.
Same Course. Same Rates. Same management.
Pupils of either fcbool mar SDend a. tear or
lew at the other school, for climatic or other
reasons, without Interruption of studies or dis
turbance or school discipline, and without add
ed expeni. except In so far as additional ex
oenses Incurred by the Journey across Conti
nent. For further information address either
school, either principal.
ri )EL Smart
One of our Double-breasted
suits of the STEIN-BLOCH
make with the custom tail
ors' make and you -will find
more style, just as much du
rability and the price half of
the tailors' prices.
S18.00 TO $23.00
ARE OUR POPULAR FIQURES
FAMOUS CLOTHING COMPANY
CORNER MORRISON AND SECOND
mp ar ts o n
AND FIT OF
With the finest custom-mada
creations, will convince yon be
yond question that "WE'VE
. GOT THE GOODS" to 3iiit'
your price needs and to satis
factorily meet every require
ment of the most exacting
We are the largest sellers or
Fine Clothing in the Northwest
today have been for 40 years
past any resident of Portland
knows that. We have always
distinguished the best-dressed
men in the city during our suc
Finest tailored models of Top
Coats, Sack and English Walk
ing Suits at
$25 TO $40.
Our decidedly popular lines
of Top Coats, Sack Suits and
Outing Suits at
$15, $18, $20
r i itisssssi MismriTSf rirans iT'nri iw-iiMMMw
The Greatest Clithlng House in the Northwest
About the Oregon Country and
A catalogue of Americana
just published, containing
many Scarce and Eare Books
on the Western Country, the
Indians, Early Explorations
and Travels, Western Biog
raphy, etc.. etc. Sent Free on
request (also a list of books
at unheard of prices after the
Your name on a postal
brings both from
The Burrows Bros. Co.
(Rare Book Department.)
Marquam Grand, May 22
ORCHESTRA OP 75.
String Quartette and Violin Solos.
Tickets for sale at Graves Music
store and Woodard. Clarke & Co.'s
Lnder new management.
Located Xerth ef Newport oh the Beach.
One o the most desirable of its class on
the Coast. Unsurpassed In situation, hav
ing extensive grounds for recreation, the
safest beach for surf bathing in ocean.
311 SS NORA FITZPATRICK manager
CLOSING -OUT SALE
We are retiring from business and
will close out all of our Ladies' and
Children's Fancy Dry Goods at
LESS THAN COST
Don't miss It. Come now while lines
L. MING & BR05 88 Sixth St.
CU1I0S, AxUmitiM, Inkt a4 SM.
la&as Steoe Karret, ReScs, Carnags aad Idekta
Maria. Bariceu. Mat, Mais, Skailc ef aM Nations.
,. Send fr PfceCe. WieJIe Deakr,
SOMETHING NEW IN
The latest creation In the glass industry,
made of the finest crystal glass, and work
executed by the finest skilled workmen.
We have just received a complete ship
ment of this fine ware and will be pleased
to have you give us a. call of Inspection.
2S4 WASHINGTON" STREET.
Bet. 4th and 5th.
Feifer's Union 5's
A full straight-value cigar that has not been reduced in cost and
quality by free deals, schem.es and circus advertising.
THE ROSENFELD-SMITH CO., Distributors
. PORTLAND, OREGON
PRICES AND QUALITY TALK
Rolled Barley, SO-lb. sacks.... 23J0
Choice Washington Feed Oats 29.56
Rolled Oats 30.06
Shelled Corn 5.eo
Cracked Corn ; 26.60
Middlings, very fine, 90s 28.50
Shorts, 80s $21.56
Bran, 60's and 66's 19.56
Wheat, No. 1, Club or Red.... 2&58
E. Washington Timothy Hay. . 17.66
Idaho Timothy - 15.68
For delivery add 50o per ton.
PACIFIC GRAIN COMPANY
13th ,Bd Kearney Sts.
Phone Mala 5307
For Glasses when you are tired of S
experimenting elsewhere. We fit
eyes where others fail.
133 SIXTH STREET OREGONIAN BUILDING
dx: t. r. wise.
W do crown and brldza work with
out -pain. Our 18 years experience in
plate worjc enables ua to fit your mouth
Dr. TV. A. Wlso fcas found a cafe
way to extract teeth, absolutely with
out pain. Dr. T. P. Wis la art ex
pert at sold Clllar and crown and bridge
work. Bxtracttne free wfcea plates or
brldses are ordered.
XailfaM Wdx cer. 3d aad Wasb. i U.
Open evealnja till 9 P. 34. Buadays
from 9 to 12. Or Sfaia 2629.
DR. W. A, WWK.
gchwab Frihting Co,
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