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THE SUJJDAT DREGONIXN, PORTLAND, JUNE 11, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGOXIAJfS TEXEFHOXES.
Counting-Room Hi In 867
&Ianagln Editor. ...Main 630
Sunday Editor......... ......Main 6235
City Editor Main 166
Society Editor Slain C233
Composlcg-Room .............. ..Slain CSS
Superintendent Building... ...... .Red SS2S
East Elde Ofsce ...East 01
BELASCO THEATER (Hth and Washing
ton) Matinee at 2:15 and evening at b:13,
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15 and evening at 8:15. 'A
GRAND THEATER CParic and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
BTAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
ConUnuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30. 8 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (3d and Tainhlll)-Con-tlnuous
vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and 8 P. M.
Children at Aid Society. During the
past week quite a number o dependent
children have been received at tho Home
of the Boys' & Girls' Aid Society. These
children range in age from C to 12 years,
also a little boy baby aged about 4
months, for whom the management Is de
sirous o finding homes in private fam
ilies. Any person desiring any of these
children will confer a favor by commu
nicating -with tho superintendent in per
son at the receiving home, corner East
Twenty-ninth and Irving streets, or by
calling up on Telephone East 5, when
such applications will be promptly at
Death of Mrs. Elisabeth C KNArr
After a lingering Illness Ellzaboth C.
Knapp, widow of the late Stephen C
Knapp. died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. George D. Greene, yesterday, aged
0 years. She was born In New York and
lived there until throe years ago, when
she came to live with her daughters, the
late Mrs. Jesse "VValrath, Mrs. G. D.
G'eene and Miss Anna M. Knapp. Decides
the two daughters, who live in Portland,
plie loaves Ave sons, 11 grandchildren and
one great granddaughter, who live In New
York. She also Is survived by three
brothers and a sister in the East.
WlLX. R.ETUUN TO LAW PRACTICE.
Mayor Williams yesterday announced his
determination to return to the practice
of law aftor the expiration of his term
of oflice, on July 1. It is his Intention to
resume practice In the local law firm of
"Williams. Wood & Linthlcum, of which
lie was a member when elected to office.
In explaining the situation, the Mayor
jocularly remarked that, notwithstand
ing the people of Portland seemed dissat
isfied with his administration, he hoped
they would still consider him a fairly
Speaks to Fifteen Hundred. Elder
Xcttleton. of Nebraska, preached to 3500
people yesterday afternoon In the pavil
ion tent at the campground of the Sev
enth Day Advontltots. At the public
gatherings nearly all persons in the con
gregations have their bibles and look up
every passage of scripture that is quoted
by the proachor, losing nothing that he
Hays. The singing is full of fervor and
Lacrosse and Baseball. Todat.
Two Games for One Admission.
24th and Vaxjghn-St. Grounds.
Portlands vs. Shamrocks,
Sciiillers vs. Oaks.
For Local Championship.
First Game Starts 2 P. M. Sharp.
Two Grand Contests.
General Admission, 25c "
Moved to New Quarters. Messrs.
Grludstaff & Scholk. the leading real es
tate firm, have moved to their new quar
ters at 264 Stark street, from their old
location, 240 Stark. They have fitted up
at their new location one of the finest
real estate offices in the Pacific North
west. Thh firm handles a large line of
the most desirable city proporty.
Madamb Tollt Will Remain. Mad
ame Tully, known throughout the United
States as an expert dermatologist, has
been captivated by Portland's climate and
the prosperous conditions existing here,
and has decided to remain during the
Summer. She has removed from the Port
land Hotel to 400Vi Clay, whore she will
practice her profession.
The large double-deck excursion barge
"Klickitat" and steamer "Glonola" may
now he chartered for all-day and moon
light trips. Capacity, day, 200 persons;
night. 758 persons. Good dancing floor and
electric lights. For rates and dates ap
ply Oregon Round Lumber Company, 1SI
Burnplde street. 'Phone Main 1517.
Nom.ns or the Mtktic Snncrn. who'aro
now visiting Portland are cordially In
Ailed to call and leave their names and
addrcssw with the potentate. George II.
Hill, 6 Chamber of Commerce, or with
the recorder. B. G. TVhitohouso. Portland
Gas Co., Yamhill street, corner Fifth St
Exposition Deliveries. Only auto
trucks carrying supplies will be admitted
to the main part of Exposition grounds
on and after Monday, tho 12th. Lumber
and materials for Trail admitted only at
St Helens gate, on Linnton road. Oskar
Hubcr. Director of "Works.
Vert low excursion rates to points
East. Full particulars at the ,Northern
Pacific ticket oflice. No. 265 Morrison SU,
corner Third. If not convenient to call,
drop a card to A. D. Charlton. A. G. P.
A . and dotallod Information will be given
Credit Omitted. The article on "John
Davenport. " Colfax," published on page 39
of this issue, was written and illustrated
by Homer Davenport for June Recrea
tion. By unlntontional omission, proper
credit was not given.
Races! Rkcrs! Races!
Portland Hunt Club.
Annual Field Dat.
Saturday. June 17. 1:30 p. M.
Sundat Thollet Trip. On O. W. P.
to Estacada, SS miles. SO cents round trip.
Dinner at Hotel Estacada, 75 conts; cars
leave First and Aldor streets. 7:3. S:38.
11:S0 A. M. 1:30. 3:40. B:44 P. M.
F. E. Beach & Co., tho Pioneer Paint
Co., still have stock of damaged floor
paint, varnishes, enamels and stains, and
are now recch-lng a new stock. 136 First.
Hotel Man-Gwin-Gwin. "the Scenic
Hotel of the Columbia." and a moit de
lightful place to rest. Is open to tho pub
lic For rates and particulars address
D. B. Rand, manager. Hood River. Or.
O. W. P. & Rr. Co. Today to Oregon
City, Cancmah Park and Gresham. 25
cents round trip. Boring. Eagle Creek
and Estacada. 9 cents round trip.
Bible Spiritual Societt will have ex
tra programme for Sunday 11 A. M. and
S P. M. at "West Park and Washington
streets. A. O. U. W. Hall.
The Northern Pacific offers very low
rate excursion tickets to the Bast. Par
ticulars at tho office, 266 Morrison street,
Write A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A,
Northern Pacific Ry.. Portland, Or., for
particulars regarding excursion rates to
The Real Trail Sono. "When Wc Get
the Trail." uv Nat Haywood. This Is
the song thi. made the. hit at the Em
pire. Short rurxu Trips. Oregon City boats
leave TVylor street Sunday. S:30. 9:30. U;30
A M :3. 3:30 P. M. Round trip. 25c
Wvr weather decays, but Avenarlua
rbolineum wood preserver saves garden
8 takes. Fisher-Thorsen, Front and Mor.
The Rev. W. R. Powell, chaplain of the
Church of the Transfiguration, will preach
at Marquam Grand Theater at 11 A. M.
For Rent S-room modern, brand new
lodging-house. ISth and Washington; low
rent. Apply I. Gevurtz. ITS First St.
W. J. Colyille, the great speaker, will
!eture today at Artisans' Hall, Ablng
ton Bldg.. at S and S P. M.
Band Concert. D'TJrbano's Royal Ital
ian Band at The Oaks afternoon end
Take launches for warships at Merrill s
boathouse, north sido of Morrison-street
Sweet Peas, A-L -wholesale, cheap to
standing orders. Geo. Otten, 612 Wash.
Beta Theta Pi Alumst. Several doten
alumni of the National College fraternity
of Beta Theta Pi met at the University
Club Thursday night and formed a local
alumni chapter, electing Dr. David C.
Moore, resident M. E. Bishop, of Oregon,
president, and B. C. Ball, secretary. The
few who gathered together are anxious
to obtain the names of other members of
the Beta Theta Pi and request them to
send their addresses to B. C -Ball at the
B. P. O. Elks. The members of Port
land Lodge, No. 142, are earnestly re
quested to meet in our lodgcroom. In the
Marquam building, on Sunday. June 11.
aj. 10 A. M.. to conduct the funeral ser
vices of our late brother, John A. Graack.
of Danville. III., Lodge. Visiting brothers
invited to assist. By order of the Exalted
Ruler, John B. Coffey, secretary.
Ankle Crushed bt Car. Earl Schlegel,
son of a farmer living south of the city,
was Injured by a Washington-street car
at Eleventh and Washington streets yes
terday morning. He was running across
the track and was struck by the car. Ills
left ankle was crushed, and be was con
veyed to St. Vincent's Hospital for treat
ment. K- of P. Election. Ivanhoe Lodere No.
10. K. of P., at Its convention, held last
Monday evening, elected the 'following
officers: Chancellor commander. L. EL
Cranch; vice-chancellor, L. P. Thornton;
prelate, D. T. Marlor; master of work,
Christ Niclson; master of arms, Robert
Smith; inner guard, William Wolkan;
outer guard. Emmet Eller.
Notice to Public Freight loaded for
Fair grounds must be delivered to their
respective buildings inside Fair grounds. !
Freight to bo transferred to the Auto- j
Despatch will not be handled under any!
circumstances. Signed, The Tcamdrivors"
Union, Local No. 1S2( of this city. June
10th, 05. j
Sats Daughter Was Mentallt De- i
ranged. The body of Miss Wavel Cun- J
nlngham was taken to Arlington, Or., i
yesterday by ner rather. uuriai win oc
cur at Arlington. Miss Cunningham com
mitted suicide In this city Friday morn
ing. Her father declares she was men
Sats He Was Buncoed. That he was
buncoed out of $125 by clever -oonfidenco
men. was the statement or N. S. Merrill,
of Merrill, Wash., to the police yester
day. He bit at the old lock trick, which
Is still a favorite mede of fleecing vic
tims, although it is gray with age.
Important Meeting of the Oregon and
Washington division of Travelers' Protec
tive Association will be held at the Port
land. Hotol at 3 P. M. today for the pur
pose of meeting the National President
and Board of Dlrcotors. M. L. Tichner,
Low excursion rates to atl points East.
For full particulars call at the Northern
Pacific ticket offlee. 2K Morrison street,
comer Third, or write A. D. Charlton, A.
G, P. A., Portland, Or.
Milwaukie Countrt Club Is now open.
Take Sellwood or Oregon City cars. Cars
leavo First and Alder every 15 min
utes. New England Societt Meets In Cham,
of Com. Hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Important business. All come. "
To the Warships. Launches leave foot
of Burncide street. E. E. Kellogg boat
house, foot Salmon street
Low excursion rates to tho East Par
ticulars at Northern Pacific ticket office.
Third and Morrison.
Read Calef Bros. add on page 24. W
arc soon to move and our stock-reducing
sale Is now on.
Roses, carnations, lilies, floral pieces,
reasonable. Burkhardt's, 23d and GUsan.
Paul Baumel, assayer. has moved from.
22S& Stark streot to 90 First street
For Rent at the Beach A four-room
cottage at Seaside. Call 151 Fourth. "
The Calumet Restaurant 149 Seventh.
Fine lupkheon, 25c; dinner. Kta. "
Cbdar Park. Prise waltz this even's.
Dr. Rickenback, eye, ear. Allsky Bldg.
Acme Oil Co.'a oils. Phone East 7S9.
Picnic in Jefferson Garden,
OF THE EXPOSITION
Xot the trashy kind, hut the genteel article; something that is
acceptable to every one. Mugs that.are hand engraved at 35 and
50 ; others at $1.00. Sterling Pin or Almond Trays $1.25. Gold
finished Jewel Boxes, including silver thimble, $L00; others at $1.25,
$1.50 and" higher. Xickel Watches for boys or men, $1:50; fobs, 50c;
Hatpins. 25c and 50c
The famous California jtero. We are exclusive Portland agents Tor the
Siokler mines, and are selling- many, of these fine stones to Eastern tour
ists, who have seen them In New York- They are of a delicate lilac tint
and very lustrous. We have Just made up a Ilaadieme tLS8 NeeWJce
which we have on exhibition In our window. The stones are sold by the
karat In all sixes running- from about $9.30 each up. We can mount them
in any way you like. . .
Precious stones of all kinds. Wo make a specialty of fine opals and
turquoise matrix; also other gems cut In the rock. We carry a line of
DlnraoaeU, Emeralds, Rubles, Sapphire, Pearls, Kiae Opals, Turquoise,
Tourmaline. Beryls. Topaz, Amethysts. Garnets. Aqua Marines. Catseyes,
Tiger Eyes, Olivines, Pendots and other beautiful stones, seldom shown
by other jewelers.
WE MANUFAOTTJEE and SEPAIR JEWELRY of every de
scription. Diamonds mounted neatly and securely. Elk Teeth
and Eagles Claws made into charms and pins. Remember we can
make anything in gold, silver or platinum. Prices reasonable.
290 MORRISON ST., NEAR FIFTH
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
PORTLAND NOW LEADS
REMODELED IOTJVTIE CAPE FINEST
OX THE COAST.
Will Br TliroTrn Open to tbe Public
TomorrOTT Complete In All
In the remodeled Louvre Cafe, operated
in conjunctlea with tbe Belvedere Hotel,
corner ,of Fourth and Alder streets, Port
land has a restaurant that for its size
Is the equal of the finest on the Ameri
can continent No expense has been spared
to mako this cafe a credit to the City
of Portland, and Strobe! &. Barenstechcr.
the enterprising proprietors, are to bo
congratulated upon their achievement
Thoso who have visited Rector's and
others of the more noted cafes of tbe
East, declare that the Louvre has noth
ing to fear from comparison, being the
equal of tho finest and superior to most.
This magnificent cafe, resplendent with
French plate mirrors and gorgeous In Its
decorations, will be thrown open to tho
public tomorrow. That It will meet with
the enthusiastic approval of the Portland
public Is a forogono conclusion. Not only
Is the large dining-room, which Is entire
ly separate from the bar. perfect In Its
appointments, but the entire culinary de
partmentkitchen, pantries, icechests and
storerooms, etc. has been overhauled and
equipped with every convenience and de
vice known to modern cookery. Every
thing Is new; and every nook and comer
is scrupulously clean. All of the cooking
utensils, dishes and idtverware have been
replaced with the finest goods made.
With their long-established reputation
for the excellence of their cafo service,
Messrs. Strobel '& Barenstecher. In their
elegant new quarters, and with their per-
Visitors are invited to inspect our large line of curios and novel
ties. All persons or Eastern visitors will And in our store the best
goods for souvenirs. We give the best attention to all who call.
New stock just received from Japan including fine ivory, fancy
carved ebony chairs, stools, flower stands, chinaware, fans, pongee
silk and linen drawn-work collars.
SPECIAL SALE on Japanese silk and cotton crepe embroidered
shirtwaists and shirtwaist patterns. Silk from $5.50 to $7.50, cotton
crepe from $3.00 to $5.00.
CALL AND YISIT, IF YOU DON'T CARE TO BUY.
WESTERN IMPORTING CO.
168 AND 170 FIFTH STREET
Opposite Postoffice Square. Mail Orders for Fireworks Attended
Sect equipments, will be able to meet
the wants of their patrons and the gen
eral public better than ever before. Tho
kltchon is presided over by one of the
best chefs on the Coast and. as usual,
the tables will be supplied with every
delicacy tho market affords.
The Louvro Cafe marks a new mile
stone In Portland's evolution towards a
metropolitan and cosmopolitan city. It
Is a credit to the city and will add mate
rially to Portland's reputation.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.
Oregon Savings Bank Puys 4 Per
Cent on Saving Accounts.
One of tho rapidly growing financial In
stitutions of Portland Is the Oregon Sav
ings Bank, located on tho ground floor of
the Marquam building, corner of Sixth
and Morrison streets. The capital stock
of this bank, fully paid up. Is JIMtOOO. It
carries deposits which aggregate mora
than JOOO.OCO. Its funds are judiciously
handled, and the heavy patronage given
the bank by the local community Is tho
best recommendation of the popularity
and ability of its management
Depositors of savings accounts In the
Oregon Savings Bank arc paid 4 per cent
Interest Regular chocking accounts draw
Interest at tho rate of 2 per cent The
Oregon Savings Bank will handle either
Portland or outside accounts of any
amounts that may be offered.
Have quality as well as other goods. We
have quality and prices that havo never
been equaled on the Pacific Coast Ask
for references. Portland Hardwood Floor
Co., 2SS Yamhill street Portland. Or.
Phone West 2M.
THE LATEST FAD.
A table d'hote dinner at the American
Inn is the latest fad in Portland society.
Best of service and cuisine, amid most
beautiful surroundings, are tbe features.
MONT ROUGE WINES.
Try them when dining tonight Blumauer
& Hoch. distributor
The dinner setting Is incomplete without
White Hock Water.
A selected water Is as essential as a
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restairant fine, prtvato apart
ments for parties. SG5 Wash,, near Fifth.
Watson's Restaurant open night and
day; only first-class family restaurant In
the city. 103 Fourth street, near Wash
ington. THE BUTLER.
Elegant French dinner today, with wine,
Wc; chicken dinner, 35c Its First street
Fine French dinner, with wine. 50c;
chicken dinner. 35c. SS Sixth street
Finest chicken dinner In town. 30c All
delicacies of tho season. 193 3d St
Genuine French dinner, with wine. 60c,
at S3 Fifth street near Stark.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine. Better than hand
work. Best material used. Schwind &
Bauer. 3S9 Yamhill, between Third and
Have you any money that Is
Idle money may be spent, or
lost, or stolen.
Money on your deposit book
will work for you.
Don't trust to luck. Put
your money where It will be ab
Uhe 2 Piece Outing
Suit Ss Quite Proper
Arr Outing Suit for general
Varm weather wear has
fairly leaped into public
favor. Anticipating this
trend of the popular taste,
we have bought lavishly
attractive lots of these
pronounced leaders' of
Our usually large and varied selections
include both single and double,
breasted models in blue serges,
all shades of gray and
$9,00, $10.00, $12.50,
$15.00 to $20.00.
an am a
at $5, $6.50, $7.50, to $10.00
worth just twice the amounts.
Sennit and Split-straw Hats in
the $3 "Brook" and our
$1 to $4.
The ircatcst Clothing House In the Northwest
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
SIXTH AND MORRISONv
I O. Ralxtoa, President
W. Cooper Morrla, Cashier.
S. I HATS. Assistant Cuhler.
Telephone Main 16.
Is as thoroughly characteristic of our
Fine Tailored Cfothes as are their splen
did quality and perfect fit. There's
an unusual "Something" about them,
a distinctive look that speaks clearly
of good taste and master tailoring.
Choose a $15 suit, or one for $20 or
S25 as you will, the clean-cut lines
and refined tones arc in all of them.
Prices within your reach. - Come- in
this week and take a look at them.
Famous Clothing Co.
AND SECOND STREETS
A. B. Chase Estey
Richmond Heifer & Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Don't buy any piano unless you are
sure It Is STANDARD.
Those aold by ua are the rery best
and known to glvo satisfaction the
RIGHT PIANOS AT RIGHT PRICES.
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
233 WASHINGTON ST.
The Policy Holder's
I.lfe Aetata Ttfao are tired of truat
company method wfcoald Investigate
the neTT contract of the eld Faaemlz
Mutual I!fe. A purely mutual eea
any, paylair lazxeat bbbus! dividends.
A No ejcamiue their aerr irab-staBdard
policy trill accept aayfcedy, tram tea
to alxty, male or female, aad ae exam
ination required. Here I an oppor
tunity for a ferr lire h seats ob aae
PHOENIX MUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE
Ernest W. Sfilcer, General Mgr.
OrcKoa, Wasblastoa, Idaho, Meatama
44-t-e-S Arcade Bltc Seattle, Wash.
Cut Glass Silverware
TO MAKE YOUR TABLE LOOK ELEGANT
Nothing shOTCi so much artistic tasta
as a Dinner Table rail set, and In order
to do this cut glass and silverware are of
the most Importance. "We can greatly
assist you to mako your dinner parties
Examine our tine and exclusive lino of.
sterling silver ware, as "well as our cut
glass, and' you will be convinced.
XV WASHINGTON STREET.
Bet. 4th aad 6th.
Feifer's Union 5's
UNION MADE Sc CIGARS-UNION MADE
WELL-KNOWN ALL OVER
THE ROSENFELD-SM1TH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Cigar and Tobacco, PORTLAND, OREGON
I CAN SELL YOUR REAL
ESTATE OR BUSINESS
NO MATTER WHERE
Properties and busi
ness of all kinds sold
quickly for cash in all
parts of the United
States. Don't wait.
Write, today describing
-what you bave to sell
and Klv cash price on
A. P. TOME WILSOK, Jf.
Beal Estate Specialist TOPEKA, KAS.
We are retiring from business and
will close out all of our Ladles' and
Children's Fancy Dry Goods at
LESS THAN COST
Don't miss 1C Come now while lines
l MING & BROS., 88 Sixth St
CURIOS, Atimitie3, 1gtt aad Soli.
Isdua Stoee Ksnves Relics, Carrie;? and Idols in
irerr. Stone. Broaie. etc War Cobs. Spear. Bom.
LVttAX STtWC AXMW AX1 SPEAS METIS
Msiks. Bulceu. Bale. Mau, Skulls of sit Natiocs.
MAM aad KfrKtS af Aataal. War Ksdala.
Nan re Body Oisiscsa asd Dress, Asoenc Hint
Gent arid Kits!. Cubs, SMeUs. Aatiqae SHrer aad
AranvShelk. Seed for Photos. WfefiWle Deatec.
CHOICE EASTERN WASHINGTON
S16.50 Per Ton
Pacific Grain Company
THIRTEENTH AND KEARNEY STS.
Telephone Mala 537
From all over the Northwest attend
ing World's Fair are welcome. Come
in and shake hands whether glasses
need changing' or no.
133 SIXTH STREET
DR. T. r. WIST.
"We da crown and bridge work with
out pain. Our 18 years experience in
plate work enables as to at your mouth
Dr. W. A. "Wise baa found a iafe
way to- extract teeth, absolutely "with
out pain. Dr. T. P. Wise Is an ex
pert at gold All Ing and crows and brldie
work. Extracting- free when plates or
bridges ara ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Talllar bMr- cor. 3d aeV Wash. sta.
Open ereninca till- 5 P. II. Sundays
from 8 to 12. Or lUda 203.
DR. W". A. WXSZ.
gchwab Printing Co.
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