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THE SUNDAY OREGONIA POBTIiAND, AUGUST 6, 190o.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OKEGOXIAN'S TELJTrHOKES.
Counttng-Rocm ............. .....Kln 097
Managing Editor. .....Mala 634
Snndar Editor.... Mate
City Editor Main 1M
Society Editor Main 6235
Composing-Room Mala 6S5
Superintendent Building..... Red 2S2S
Em Bide Of ace... East 61
BELASCO THEATER Uth and "SVaahlcgton)
Matinee- at 2:15 ana evening at 8:15, a dra
matic version of 'Carmen.
BAKER THEATER (Sd aad Yamhill) Con
ilnuotfs vaudeville. 2:80. 7:30 and 8 P.M.
GRAND THEATER Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:80 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:00. 7:30. 9 P. M,
RECREATION' PARK (24th and Vaughn)
At 2:30 P. M.. championship lacrosse.
Portland vs. Seattle.
OREGOXIAK AT SUMMER RESORTS.
Orders riven to any of the following agent
ts-111 be given careful attention. All mail sub
scriptions must be paid for In advance:
Lonr Beach. ................ :..Strauhal & Co.
Savlew Strauhal & Co.
The Breakers..... J. M. Arthur
Ocean Park C. H. HU1
Seaside- ...P. Dresser & Co.
Gearhart Kruse's Hotel
JCewport ... F. H. lione
Wllholt F. "W. McLeran
Collins Hot Springs C. T. Belcher
Moffett'a Hot Springs T. Moffett
St. Martin's Springs. Mineral Sprgs. Hotel Co.
Meetings Are Successful. The meet
lncs at Jennings Lodjrc. under the
auspices of the Evangelical Association.
are well attended. Sixteen out of the 25
ministers of the association In .the state,
are taking part. The intention is to make
the Jennings' Lodge grounds the perma
nent place for holding all the conventions
jid campmeetings. The association has
purchased eight and one-half acres of
land there, and will erect a permanent
tabernacle. So for during the meetings
many of the lots in the tract have been
sold, and it is from the proceeds that
the tabernacle -Rill be built. Situated on
the Willamette River with a gentle slope
and near the electric railway the grounds
are well adapted to be made a general
convention place. Today the congrega
tions of the Portland Evangelical Asso
ciation will adjourn to the campground.
"Wanted ron FoncrMJ Check Constable
A. D. Keenan, of the East SMe court,
returned empty-handed from Gresham
yesterday, where he went to arrest
Charles Wallace, on charge of passing a
bogus check for J15 on N. B. Ham. Wal
lace had been at the hotel in Gresham.
and was operating in photograph coupons
selling coupons with the guaranty that
a lot of pictures could be had at a very
cheap rate, and worked off this check
on Mr. Ham for ?15. The check was
drawn on Dexter-Horton Company, bank
ers, signed J James T. Fowler, and in
dorsed by Charles Fowler.
Mount Tabor Cottage Burned. A cot
tage owned and occupied by S. D. Taylor
was destroyed by fire Friday evening.
There was no alarm turned in for the
Fire .department, and even if there had
been it would have been impossible to
have saved the building, as it is too far
out. Nearly all the furniture was saved
through the efforts of Mrs. Taylor and
tr.e neighbors. The cause of the fire is
not known. The loss is about 51000. Mr.
Taylor had just completed his home and
recently occupied It. There Is no fire
protection in the neighborhood.
A. & C. . R. R. Seaside vSpeciau A. &
C. R. R.
2:30 P. M Union Depot 2:30 p. m.
2-Dat Round Trip Tickets 2-Dat.
ONL.T J2.50 Onlt.
No Tranbfers. No Delate. No Dubt.
C. A. Stewart, Aot., 248 Alder St.
To Cioar Smokers.
DO TOU KNOW THAT THE VMAROUEBITD"
Havana Cigar is about the best
that has happened 2 and that tou
get a larger size toh tour monet
than in ajft other line of goods.
Your sionet .rack if xot good. To
BE FOUND AT AZ.Ii DEALERS. CL.TDE
Tb6llet Trips on O. W. P. Todat.
To Oregon City, Canemah Park -and
Gresham. 25 cents: Eagle Creek. Estacada
and the Upper Clackamas River. 50 cents
round trip. Dinner at Hotel Estacada,
75 cents. Cars leave First and Alder
streets for Oregon City on the odd hour
and every 40 minutes; Estacada, 7:30, 9:30,
11:20 A. M., 1:30, 3:40, 5:44, 7:15 P. SL
Short River Excursions to Oregon
City, and return Sunday for 23 cents. No
better way. to spend three hours. It' a
trip one never tires of. Boats from Tay
lor street. 8:30, 9:30, 11:30 A. M., 1:30, 2:30. 5
P. M.: last trips back, 6:30 and 6:30 P. M.
Civil, War Veteran's Funeral. The
funeral of the late George E. Usherwood,
formally of Company F, Seventh New
Jersey Infantry, will be held this morning
at 10:30 at Holman's Chapel. Rev. Henry
A. Barden will conduct the services.
Purse Awaits Owner. The police have
in their possession at headquarters a
purse picked up by Patrolman Isakson.
It is a leather purse, and with it was
found a shopping bag. The property Is
being held for identification.
If doino the Fair this Hot weather has
worn you out. why not try a few weeks
rest at The Hood River Sanitarium. Any
Oregonian can tell you how cool and com.
fortable it is at Hood River during thcse:
At the White Temple Todat. Preach
ing by Dr. O. W. Van Osdel, of Spokane.
Wash. Morning, "Mountains of Gold."
Night, "From Missouri Who?" Special
H. B. Litt, Fourth and Washington
streets. Our slaughtering .prices in rtlk
milts and' waists will be the feature of
the coming week.
Championship Lacrosse Match,
Portland vs." Seattle.
.Baseball Grounds, 2:30 Todat.
St. Johns Docks Completed. St. Johns
public dock, at the foot of Richmond
street, was completed yesterday by Con
tractor Robert Smith, the cost being
something over. 5500. It extends out to
deep wa.ter and has both an upper end
lower floor for high and low water.
Boats have been using the dock for sev
eral days, although not finished. It is
expected to be a great ' benefit, as the
sawmills had cut off steamers from land
ings at Lower St. Johns.
For More Wateii and Better Car
Service. A general mass meeting of the
people .of the district in the- southeast.
embracing Arleta, Woodmare and Lents
and the surroundings has been called to
.-meet at ine nail in Arieta next Satur
day evening. The object of this meeting
is to form an Improvement association.
or push club, to work for a better water
supply, an improved car service and sucn
other neighborhood business as may come
Sad Home-coming. Mr. and Mrs. G.
L. Black, of Mount Tabor, returned home
yesterdar from Grass Valley. Eastern
Oregon, with the body of their infant son,
Kenneth, who was 1 year and 5 months
old. The funeral was held yesterday
afternoon from their home on West ave
nue and the O. R. & N tracks. Mrs.
Black went to Grass Valley on a visit.
and had only been there a week when
the child was taken ill and died.
Aged Mans Fauu Charles Turner, a
stableman on Tenth street between John
son 'and Kearney streets, while carry
ing a sack of oats from the loft to the
floor below, fell down th stairs yester
day afternoon and sustained severe In
juries to his head and body. Turner la
more than 75 years old. It was found
necessary to have him taken to the Good
Trubtt Escapes From Jail. S. Joseph,
a "trusty" at the County Jail who was
sentenced to 90 days on a charge of lar
ceny, escaped yesterday afternoon and
has not been rearrested. Joseph com
mitted many petty crimes in the city.
His sentence would have expired Septem
Home Training Association. A called
meeting of the Home Training Associa
tion will be held Monday afternoon, Au
gust 7, at 3 o'clock at the Young Women's
Christian Association rooms. All mem
bers are urged to. be present.
Annual. Mission Festival. The annual
mission festival of the Zion German
Lutheran Church (Missouri) synod, will
be held today in Hawthorne jrark. East
Twenth street. Services will be held at
10:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M.
Will Speak to Veterans. Rev. Clar
ence True Wilson, D. D., pastor of Grace
M. E. Church, will talk to the veterans
at the Sellwood Park this afternoon "at
3 o'clock. Mrs. J. H. Hamilton and Mrs.
Harry Stone will sing.
Will, Take Census of St. Johns. M.
L. Tuffs, a well-known resident of St,
Johns, will begin taking the census of
that new city next week, and expects to
make thorough work. The population is
estimated at 2500.
100-Mile Trollet Trip for 51.00 O. W.
P. excursion, car leaves First and Alder
streets dally, -except Sunday. 9:40 A. M-,
return 4:00 P. M., two hours stops at
Estacada for lunch at the hotel.
Methodists Attention! Hear Dr.
Short at Taylor-street Church this morn
ing. "The Mission of Jesus." Dr. Holl
ingshead -preaches tonight. Hear him.
BEZ.UNGER Withdraws Application.
Oscar H. Bellinger has withdrawn his
application fox the appointment to' the
office of City Engineer of Portland.
Championship Lacrosse Match.
Portland vs. Seattle.
Basebau. Grounds, 2:30 Todat.
Antiseptic dustless floor oil, F. E.
Beach & Co., The Pioneer Paint Com
pany, selling agents. 135 First st.
Garden Slugs and otner pest die from
Avenarius Carbolineum Wood Preserver.
Fisher-Thorsen, foot Morrison st.
Concert and dance Sunday afternoon
and evening at Columbia River Beach
and Park, take Vancouver car.
For Sale. Handsome new 9-room resi
dence, with or without furn. E27 Kearney.
Establishment Max, 314 The Dckum.
Paris address. Max, 12 Rue d'Hanteville.
Bot who found cheek No. 23SI, Colum
bia Eng. Wks return 285 Wash.; reward.
Clearance Sale Human Hair Goods.
Aza Holmes Ribbeckb. 304 Morsn. st
Edward T. Taogart. attorney and
counselor, 416 Chamber of Com. bldg.
Fob Rent. Modern 11-room house. Wm.
G. Beck, 307 The Falling building.
Tkk CaLiUXet Restaurant. 149 Seventh.
Fine luncheon, Kc; dinner. 60c.
OrnciAt, Spoons have Pres. Goode's slg.
Anslet Printing Co., 25 Oak street.
WHERE JO DINE.
All Ua delicacies or the season at the
Portland ReiU.'irant, fine, private apart
nenta for p&rtlM. 80S Wash., near Fifth.
When in Seattle, "Tho Rathskeller."
a high-class place to eat. Sea food;
Eastern meats. Large orchestra dally.
Special French dinner, with wine, 50c;
chicken dinner, 35c G8 6th st., near Oak.
Genuine French dinner, Tlth wine, 50c,
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
- Crawfish af'The Empire." 162 3d street,
Finest chicken dinner In town, 30c
delicacies of the season. 192 Sd St.
Launch Fox leaves Morrison street. Mer
rill's boathou6e, to Claremont, 10; 12 A. M.,
z, 4, b.ju, sua f. jo. .tie turning 11 a. M.:
L 3, 5. 7:30. 11:30 P. M.
Joseph Spel&rlch Dead.
Joseph Speldrlch, the architect and
builder of the Sacred Heart Church and
CUTTING PRICES ON GOODS JUST
WHEN YOU NEED THEM
Outing Suits Slaughtered
SllitS reduced to
SllitS reduced to
AuyuuiuMij rAiNib in our house, re- ( a im
gardless of former price or value, now sold J J
A Ncv Hat with a New Suit makes the wardrobe complete
The Salsbury for $2.50
Famous Clothing Co,,
Has been added to our manufacturing department by the addition of a
POWERFUL ELECTItlC MOTOR AND SHAFTING. This gives us an
immense advantage over our competitors, as we aro able to turn out
the finest Jewelry work without sending' it from our store. Few people
realize the amount of repairing- and making up of Jewelry that is done
by our s&op. We manufacture all our Wedding1 Rings, as well as special
designs In Necklaces, Brooches, Charms, Medals, Class Pins, Lodge Pins,
etc, in platinum, cold, silver and gold filled.
OUR SUCCESS In this branch is duo to the fact that all work Is not
only done extra well, but very promptly, and every Job Is guaranteed.
Diamonds reset so that they show to the best advantage New points
put on old rings. We treat old customers in such a way that they send
us their friends. We never misrepresent an article even if we lose a sale.
Elk Teeth, Eaglo Claws, Fancy Stones, etc. nicely mounted in orig
inal designs. Nuggets made into pins, chains, etc
Precious Stones of all kinds, including' kunzites, tourmalines, hya
cinths, opals, turquoise, topaz, etc
TWENTIETH CENTURY DIAMONDS are one of our specialties. They
cost a little more than the ordinary cut diamonds, but are the finest
thing' in the market. We have some beauties at 51S5., 5250, 5290, 5325 and
5600. If you want the best, buy the 20th Century.
JAEGER BROS. opticnI
290 MORRISON STREET, .NEAR FIFTH
We do crown and bridgeworle without pain.
Our 38 years experience In plate work
enables us to fit your mouth comfortably.
Dr. W. A. Wise has found a cats war to
extract teeth absolutely without pain. Sr.
T. P. Wle la an expert at .gold filling
and crown and brldgework. Extracting free
when plates or bridges are ordered.
.WISE BROS., Dentists
Falling Building, cor. Third and "Wash. SU,
Open evenings till 0 o'clock. Sundays from
0 to 12. Or Main 2029.
DR. W. A. WISE.
Great Auction of Chinese
and Japanese Goods
Owing to "being overstocked for the Pair trade and very limited room
in our store, we concluded to force our goods at auction sale. The
largest stock of this kind in the city consisting of "beautiful silver
ware, cloissonne, satsuma, new brass ware, ebony carved furnitures,
embroidered silk kimonos and fine decorated porcelain tea sets, etc.
Sale commences 2:30 and 7:30 P. M. Continue retailing before
or after auction; wholesale at warehouse.
ANDREW KAN & CO.
287 Morrison Street, Between Pourth and Pifth.
A Week's Midsummer
Oriental Rug Sale!
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in Portland.
Largest Stock Ever Displayed on North Pacific Coast
Unparalleled Opportunity to Supply the Home "With a Ploor Cover-"
, ing That Will Last a Hundred Years.
Friends In Portland, strangers in tho city, do not fall to call and see our
new and magnificent display. For this week only we will offer inducements
that will positively not be granted again this season. Now is your time and
now your opportunity to secure the richest bargains ever offered in this line
ATIYEH BROS., 411 wsATsRHEIlrGT0N
school, died suddenly August 8 at Shanlko,-j
.tastem uregon. Arrangements are be
ing made for his funeral at Mount Angel.
Mr. Speldrlch had many warm admirers.
CLATSOP BEACH CHARMS
And Delights Thousands or Tourists !
Dailj- $4 Season Tickets $1 J
$2.50 Two-Day Tickets $2.50.
Through train loaves Union Depot S A.
M. dally and cverj' Saturday at 2:30 P.
M. Xo delays. No transfers. No dust.
See C. A. Stewart, agent, SIS Alder street
about tickets, official Information, tlme
cards, etc., and ask for Clatsop Beach
souvenir containing 30 beautiful half-tone
illustrations. Tickets sold at Union De
pot. - ESCAPERN0NG WINE
The finest product of the scappernong,
the native North Carolina grape. A de
licious, refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a ladies' wine. W. J. Van
Schuyver & Co., Inc. distributors.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine. Better than hand
work. . Best material used. Schwlnd &
Bauer. 2C9 Yamhill, between Third and
Outing Palits Reduced
DR. t. r. vnsr.
ENTIRE STOCK OF"
My entire stock of about 50 Pianos
must be so d by Sept. 1st. You will
find in this stock the most famous
makes at prices you never heard of
before, and at any terms to suit you
T Sixth Street, Near OaJc
DON'T LOWES THE STAND
AED OF MUSIC by allowing an
inferior Piano to go into your
home. There are lota of people that
never learn to play because tho
Piano they have to practice on is
so grating and rattly that they
soon become disgusted with music;
while those who have a sweet
toned and perfect-action Piano find
a fascination that soon makes them
proficient, and likewise elevates
the standard of music.
Buy a SteJawajr or one of the other
high-grades wo carry, and you. can
not help but be a piano player.
DUNDORE PIANO. CO.
233 WASHINGTON ST.
2J9 tt 2U Wifati
of Mteaad FrjBiifJ Art. Sixty adsent Irutrao-
tors. lBriTBlr4 Prrw A4tbU
Casaen HIII, Spokaae, Wash.
Incorporated boarding aad day school for
boys above age of eight. New buildings on
deration near city. Dry and Invigorating
atmosphere efpedallr beneficial to thoie
from Coast region. Teachers college- gradu
ate. Careful supervision and preparaUoa
Xor college or business. Address
EDGAR F. STRONG. PRTNCTPAI-
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT .
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Nineteenth annual session begins Sept. 13,
Address S. E. JOSEPHI. M. IX, Dean 610
Dckum bldg.. Portland.
- , V -f.
- 9?(ens Superfine Clothing
at 9?f oney "Saving Prices
No effort was spared by our Mr. Steinbach while in the East in securing such exclusive Summer
styles as would rival everything brought to the Pacific Coast. He selected from such makers as Rogers,
Peet & Co., Brokaw Bros., and others of high fame
business SuitSj Outing Suits and Urousers
The replenishments were too extensive for the advanced season, hence the price reductions that will
save you money.
'AzVr'S8' $12-85, S14.85, $18, 7?,----, 52.15, $3, $4, S4.75, $5.75,
Outts. $22, 27.50, $32. Orousers: $650t 7.'50, 875
Earliest of the Fall shipments
Mount Hood Trip
EVERT VISITOR to the- Ixiwts
and Clark Exposition should
take this the most delightful
of all mountain trips In America.
Cloud Cap Inn. unique and pic
turesque. 7000 feet above sea Ievst.
affords splendid accommodations.
Summit of mountain easily acces
sible from this point. Stages tear
Hood River Station daily, at 0:30
A IT. and 12:30 P. M., making
connection -with O. R. St N. trains.
Round trip tickets, including
coaching trip, on sale at O. R. A
K. ticket office. Third and
Washington streets. Portland. Par
ticulars about Trafes at Cloud Ca?
Inn by writing
MRS. S. LAXGILEE. Manager.
Hood River. Oregaa.
Send Two Cents la Stamp to
A. I Crake. O. P. A. Oregon
Railroad Navigation Com
pany. Portlaad. for Beekle4
Telling About Trip.
Finest Summer resort la Oregon. The only
hotel on the beach overlooking ths ocean.
Sea foods & specialty. The hotel has bo;n
rebuilt and newly furnished. Hot salt baths.
Fine surf bathing directly la front of the
hotel. Strictly fixst-cl&s. Americas plan.
For terms and reservations address DAN J.
The Seaside House
Is &bw open to guests
Flrat-Claaa Service la Every Way.
Beautiful Walks and Drives on the
With Beatias; said Fishing- TJasHrpassed
Free bus meets all trains.
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
Now open for the seasoa. Home comforts,
excellent tab.le board, centrally located, beau
tiful surroundings, fine surf bathing, a most
desirable place for families. Tell the con
ductor to let you oft at Hackney Cottage.
Sea view second stop after leaving Iliraoo.
P. O. address. Ilwaco. Wash.
WILHOIT SPRINGS STAGE
Leaves -Oregon City dally, except Sundays, at
9:30 A. M Fare 11.60. Oregon City office
next door to Oregon Water Power Co.'a depot.
ROBERT C. VOSE
320 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.
The Greatest Clothing House in the
are beginning to arrive Suit styles of the '05 Fall models just received
be sure to meet with your highest approval.
The Heard Suction Eyeglass
A boon to a long-suffering, vision
This new- eyeglass will fit any nose,
is comfortable, convenient, simple,
durable and the most economical. We
guarantee to replace any one of them
within two years with an entirely new
mounting, in case of breakage.
Feifer's Union 5's
UNION MADE 5c CIGARS UNION MADE
POPULAR BECAUSE OF THEIR SUPERIOR
QUALITY AND FINE WORKMANSHIP.
THE ROSENFELD-SIVHTH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco, PORTLAND, OREGON
133 SIXTH STREET
XoicEOPAXniO XXaCEDXES -r- Complete
rteclr moderate prices. KaU ardors solicited.
Catalogue free. WOODAKD, CLARKE
CO Portlaad. Or.
FOR RESPONSIBLE PARTIES
WILL ERECT BUILDING
TO SUIT TENANT
On quarter block northwest corner of Wash
- ' . - ihgton and Eleventh Streets.
-v ML A. GUINST, Owner
Portland Off Ice, 262 Alder" Street
Exclusively controlled by
'2S4 IVn.iblnKton Street,
IletiTten Fourth and Fifth.
Are required to make perfect eye
wear. First sight, afterwards ad
justment, high-quality frames and
lenses and style. We meet all
gchwab Priming Co.
MXST irOXX. SLZASOSjtSLZ rxrcKS
2 4 7K STAUK STREET