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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 8, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGOXIA"S TLEPHONES.
tountlng-Koein .............. .....Mala SC7
Manuring Bdltor..... .......Main 630
Sunday Editor Mala 62S5
City Editor Main 106
Society Editor Main C233
Compoting.Room .....Main 683
Superintendent Bulldlnr Bod 2620
Eat Eld. Offlc East 01
BELASCO THEATER fl4th and Washlng-
ton Matinee at 2:15 and evening at 8:13,
comedy-drama, "The Charity Ball."
BAKER THEATER JTblrd and Temhllt)
Matinee at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15,- May
Howard' Extravaganza Company.
EMPIRE -THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15, "Uncle
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudevitle, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30. 8 P.M.
THE OAKS" (on O. W. P. & Ry. Co.'a
line4 From 0 A. M. to 12 P. M.
RECREATION" PARK (24th and Vaughn) At
2;30 P. M. (weather permitting), baseball,
Portland vs. Tacoma.
Grange to avb Colonial Day. Os
wego Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, Is
arranging to have a "Colonial Day" next
Saturday In place of the annual fair. The
principal features -will be a Kew England
dinner served by colonial dames appro
priately dressed for the occasion. At 2:30
a good programme will be given In the
Grange hall. On exhibition there will be
canned frultfl, Jellies and home-made can
dles. The hall will be decorated with
fruits, grains and vegetables of various
kinds, so that It will resemble a big gar
den. In the evening there will bo a bas
ket social and Grange reunion. Mrs.
Oara Waldo, state lecturer, will give an
aodress. There will also be present sev
Alumni Association Meeting. The an
nual meeting of the Brooklyn School
Alumni Association was held In the as
sembly hall last evening. The following
officers were chosen: President, Huldah
Nelson; vice-president, Ida Parker: sec
retary, Olga Gunderson; treasurer, Li. W.
Kern; registrar. "William Walker; cer-geant-at-arms,
D. Heacock. Miss Ethel
Adams, Miss L. Tllden and E. Goldnapp
were appointed as the committee In
charge of tho monthly programmes. The
association has more than 100 members,
graduates from the Brooklyn School.
Gift to Synagogue. At the newly-
erected synagogue Hebrew School at First
and Hall streets services on Bosh Hash-
onoh, the Jewish New Years, were con
ducted by Babbl Medvedowky and Bev.
Samuel Matzklnd. Thanks to the efforts
of Mrs. Talzman, Mrs. Fox and Mrs,
Hechtman. a donation of $100 was given
to the synagogue for the purchase of
sofar torah scrolls of the law. The syn
agogue will reopen for services on Tom
Klppur, the day of atonement, which be
gins next Sunday night and ends Monday
Paralyzed on Train. John B. El-
drldge, of Cheltenham, England, arrived
In Portland yesterday morning and was
taken from the Southern Pacific train In
an entirely helpless condition, being para
lyzed and unable to talk. He was on his
way to Victoria. B. C, and his brother.
who lives at Bingham, Utah, has pinned
a card to hL? coat requesting that the
helpless man should be properly cared for
if he should become seriously afflicted
while on his trip. The officials of the
company had him conveyed to St, Vin
Wit.i-BiDE Grange Goat. City Attor
ney McNary will shortly become a "mem
ber of the Bupselhille Grange. His name
has gone In. and he will receive the first
and second degrees at the next meeting.
A good, hard field of new ground has been
reserved for his especial benefit, and he
will have to demonstrate to the satis
faction of a committee of farmers that
he can plow a straight furrow a mile long
before he can pass to the second degree.
where he will" have more work, such as
pitching hay against time.
Day of ATONEMENT.Services are to bo
held at the congregation- Nevah Zcdeck
Talmud Thora Synagogue this evening at
6:30. Bev. Dr. Shapo officiating. A well
tralred choir of 'boys will assist In the
services. Tho greatest success In the
history of the congregation -was made
this year through the efforts of D.
Nemerovsky its president, so that 51000
was contributed to the congregation on
the Jewish -New Year.
An Afternoon of Hawaiian songs is an
nounced for Monday, October 9. at the
Allen & Gilbert-BamaKer Co. piano ex-V
hlbit In the Manufactures building. Lewis
nd Clark Fair grounds. This Is the last
rpporlunlly to hear the famous singers.
The programme differs from any that
haw been given in that It will be like
one of the holiday evening serenades
which have never failed to delight travel
lers In the islands. "
Jehu in tkb Toils. H. Lemline, an
expressman, was arrested yesterday after
noon by Policeman Blchards, and -booked
at headquarters on a charge of disorderly
conduct He was In a hurry to reach ar
train at the depot, and was driving at a
fast clip -from the Northern Pacific freight
jheds. He nearly ran over Policeman
Blchards, who was talking to a roan on
a crossing. Lemline has driven a wagon
here for 20 years.
Will. Enforce Ordinance. Acting
Chief pf Police Grltzmacher Issued an or
der to the captains last night directing
them to enforce the provisions of the
ordinance which prohibits the selling of
liquor In quantities of less than a quart
In rooms where floor space is under 160
square feet. He said reports had been
made to him that some proprietors of
variety theaters were permitting the vio
lation of this law.
Templd Beth Israel. At the Temple
Beth Israel the Day of Atonement serv
ices will begin this evening at 7 o'clock.
The subject of the sermon by Dr. Stephen
S. Wlso will be "The Call to the Higher
Life " The services will be continued
tomorrow morning at 10 and in the -afternoon
at 3:30, when Dr. Wise will speak
upon the subject, "Not Without Hope."
Farmers Hold Reunion. Friday night
a degree team from Evening Star Grange
No. 27 visited the new Grange recently
established at Bussellvllle, and conferred
the first and second degrees on many new
members. Following the initiation was a
Two Gold Medals. Awarded by the
Lewis- and Clark Exposition to Berry
Bros, for high-grade varnishes. F. E.
Beach & Co.. the Pioneer Paint Co., are
the wholesale attributing agents. 135
Wanted Corner lot, or -quarter block,
north of Washington and between Third
and Tenth streets. Give full particulars.
Including lowest cash price. W 70, care
Claremont Tavern, famous for Mary
land chicken. N. P. Puget Sound Lim
ited leaving daily at 4:30 stops at Clare
mont, 'returning, 10:45 P. M. Fare, 20c
Baker's VanUa Chocolate with whipped
cream. Finest vanlla, carracas and auto,
sweet-eating chocolate for sale at 127
Seventh street, "
Wanted Quarter block, south of Yam
hill street and west of Park street Please
state lowest price for cash. X 65, care
Miss Edith Kelly, formerly of Chi
cago will receive piano pupils at studio,
494 Morrison street Leschetlzky method.
I Have a $1409 automobile to trade for
good real estate. What have yon? C 73,
Oregonlan. - .
Pure Bottled Milk. $2.00 per quart.
Wanna Farm, University Park. Phone
Removal, Sale of Choice palms and
plants. Plunders, florist. 427 Washington."
To Poultry Show, launches leave Mer
rill's boathouse, foot Morr. st. Nor. Side."
Christmas Bargains Don't fail to visit
beautiful Prench toys. Expo., For. Bldg."
The Western Mantle Co. has removed
Its office and factory to 28 Front street
Closing-Out prices for pictures And!
furniture at 211J4 4th St Fact
C C. Newcastle, dentist 412 Mohawk bk.
For Rent Two offices, Fenton Bldg.
For- City Water. Plant. It was the
consensus of opinion at the public meet
ing held in St. Johns last night that the
city sholud own and operate Its water
plant. City Attorney Greene read his
opinion, to the effect that the city of St,
Johns can go ahead with the erection of
waterworks without any regard to the
present plant there. He says the attempt
to give to J. C Scott and his associates
an exclusive franchise was contrary to all
public policy. Mr. Green advised the
city to install a water plant. A repre
sentative of an Eastern syndicate offered
to put in a water plant in St, Johns cost
ing upwards of $50,000. At the end of 25
years the whole would come Into the pos
session of the city. Mr. Greene -expressed
the opinion that the city might not give
another company a franchise while the
present company Is In operation, although
the city clearly' can build a plant Itself.
The meeting turned the whole matter
back into the hands of the Council for
Atonement Day. Services today, at
Temple Ahavai Sholom, Park and Clay
streets, w;ll be held as follows: Evening
sjjrvico (Kol Nldrc), this evening at 6
o'clock; subject of sermon, "What Do We
Seek Here"? Morning service, 7 o'clock,
Monday; memorial service, with sermon
at 10 A. M., subject-l'The Immortality of
the Soul"; recital of temple service (Abo
dah), 12 noon; concluding service (Ncllah).
4:30 P. M.; subject of sermon, "What
Have We Found Here?" Services end at
about 6 P. M. Bltual under direction of
Bev. R. Abrahamson. Sermons by Babbl
Burglar Is "Common Drunk." Mrs.
W. H. Davis and her revolver prevented
a burglar from entering her home at 31
North Ninth street last night. She fired
at him from a second-story window. John
Daly, who attempted to break into the
rear door, was arrested by Detective
Hartman as he was trying to escape. The
man put up a vicious fight, but was over
powered when other detectives arrived. A
charge, "common drunk." was placed
against him at police headquarters.
Oun Sale of Unredeemed Watches
is now on and continues- seven days.
1000 seven-Jewel. Elgin or "Waltham, $3.25;
1000 15-Jewcl, Elgin or Waltham. $4.60;
850 17-Jcwel, Elgin or Waltham, $7.75.
Oregon Loan Office, 30 North Third
Concert and Dance. Lewis and Clarjc
Lodge. No. 367, T. F. B., will give an
entertainment and dance In Forester's
Hall, Sixth and Washington streets, -next
Tuesday evening. A fine musical pro
gramme has' been arranged.
Did it ever occur to you that Calef
Brott. are in a position to save you money
In furnishing your home? Think of - their
low rents and low expense compared with
other housefurnlshing establishments.
Mr. Arthur Alexander announces his
return from Paris and will accept stu
dents In voice culture at his studio, 1092
Franklin street, Phone Main 5227.
Entertainment and dance by Lewis
and Clark Lodge, T. F. B., Forester's
Hall, Sixth and Washington, Tuesday
Miss Bertha Martens, stamping and
fine needlework. Lessons given. 212
Dr. G. E. Watts has moved to 212 Orc
goriian .building. Main 34.
HAS MANY BOOKS ON INDIA
Chautauqua Students May Find Aids
"""at "Wilson Library.
Those studying the -Chautauqua course
on "The Spirit of the Orient," especially
that part of It pertaining to India, may
be Interested to know that there Is a
great deal of material In the Wilson li
brary in regard to that country. Many of
the books are finely illustrated. The bul
letin of the books added to the library
during the Summer Is now printed and
may be had at the circulating desk.
The examination for library assistants
will be held In the library on Thursday.
October 12. at $ A. M. Applicants will
please apply at the library on or before
Charles M. Schwab, the steel magnate,
with members of his family, will .arrive
In Portland this morning over the South
ern Pacific from San Francisco, occupy
ing the private car Loretta, and will leave
tonight for the East via the Northern
CHICAGO, Oct 7. (Speclal.)-Orego-nlans
registered today as follows:
From Portland P. Wessinger. . at the
Auditorium; G. H. Fones and wife, L. E.
Schrelder. at the Morrison;. E. H. Harri
son, at the Brlggs.
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at
the Portland Restaurant' fine, private
apartments for parties. Open all night'
805 Washington, near Fifth.
Finest chicken dinner. 19J
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
The Countiss Special Sunday chick
en dinner 50c 355 Alder. Mrs. Countiss.
Of Domestic Science.
We have secured the services of Mrs.
Bertha Haffner to give a free course of
lectures at our store In cooking and
kitchen furnishings. These lectures will
be given dally at 2:30 P. M. Everyone Is
HONEYMAN HARDWARE COMPANY.
The finest product of the scappemong,
the native North Carolina grape. A de
licious, refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a ladles' wine. W. J. Van
Scbuyver & Co., Inc. distributors.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine. Better than hand
work. Best material used. Schwind &
Bauer, 2S9 Yamhill, between Third and
Mechanic Terribly Injured.
Harvey Odom, a mechanic In the cm
ploy of the Western Clay Manufacturing
Company, Seventeenth and Burnsido
streets, was seriously injured yesterday
Soule Bros. Piano Go.
S72-S74 3ierrlea St, Cer. TV. lrc
Bterr opc rreBlsK dHrig the spe
WE MANUFACTURE most of our diamond mountings, and employ an
expert diamond-setter, so you run no chances In having your diamonds
CALIFORNIA GEMS Have you seen the fine display of gems In tho
California building at the Fair. We are agents for these Kn. d cariy
a complete Btock of them, including KUNZrTE. TOURMALINS HYA
CINTH, BERYL. TOPAZ. OPAL and TURQUOISE, METRIX, PERIDOT,
AMETHYST; In fact, any kind of a atone you wish.
WE HAVE MADE A STUDY of mounting these stones In odd setUnp
so as to show them off to the best of advantage, and will be pleased to
make up a special design for you.
WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR OLD GOLD.
Jewelers, Opticians 290 Merrlsen St., Iltf IH
To be selected from' tho beautiful and costly
Exhibits in the Oriental Building
Lewis and Clark Fair
$200,000 -worth-of finest articles of -wares and manufactures and art
works to select from.
EMPIRE OF JAPAN
JOIN THE SOCIETY OF JAPANESE
Applv to Mrs. Frohman, Special Agent, Portland Hotel; Secretary, at
Oriental building; S. Ban, 34 Seventh street, or Y. Furuya Co., 51
North Fourth street.
EN ROLL NOW
Our graduates are all employed.
We will place you in a position when competent
Had 42 calls for positions during September.
Day and night classes. Send or call for Catalogue.
Phone Main 590.
REHNKE-WALKER BUSINESS COLLEGE
STEARNS BLOCK, SIXTH AND MORRISON v-
morning while attempting: to oil the ma
chinery. His clothing; caught in the
whirling: bolts, and he was swiftly dragged
Into the machinery. Every shred of his
clothing was torn from him. and his body
was .hurled to the floor. Dr. Laooe did
everything In his power to relieve Odom's
terrible sufferings. He found a serious In
jury to the patient's back, one broken leg.
lacerated arms, and probable internal in
juries. As the. man is young and of re
markable vitality, his chances for reacov-
ery are Rood. Odom, who Is single and
24 years of agee, lives at 513 Twenty-
fourth street. He was sent to tho Good
Samaritan Hospital, where his Injuries
were properly dressed.
COULD NOT TAKE A JOKE
Dr. Jones, Therefore, Travels Afoot
to Medical Lake.
Because he 'could not bear the Jests of
the passengers. Dr. Thomas H. Jones left
the' train at Portland, two weeks ago, and
on foot finished his Journey from Los An-
jgeles, Cal., to Medical Lake,-"Wash.
Jones' disappearance here caused his
brother In Los Angeles much anxiety, as
he was unable to ascertain what had be
come of him, although It was learned by
the police at the time that he stopped one
night at the Kew Grand Central Hotel.
where he left his baggage He did not
leave word as to his intentions, and not
until yesterday morning was It known
here where he was. A telegram received
at police headquarters says he Is at Med
ical Lake. j
Jones is slightly unbalanced, mentally.
and on the trip up from California he
was made the subject of Jest by the pas-
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO. II
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And Why We Sell
1st WHEN WE SELL YOU A
DIAMOND and tell you it Is a perfect
stone, you can depend on It
2nd THE LARGE NUMBER we sell
enables us to give you. the very low
3rd WB CARRY A LARGE STOCK
and handle only the very finest of
-gems. Including the 30th century cut.
acknowledged by experts to be tho
finest of gems.
angers. "When he arrived here, he de
cided to finish the journey by walking.
Have been my occupations from
childhood up. Don't you think that
2 ought to know a little more about
Pianos than the average dealer and
salesman? Don't you think that my
knowledge of a Piano can be of some
benefit to you in case you wish to
I have a fine line to select from,
just look them over. My services are
at your disposal.
A, W. MEYER
74 SIXTH STREET, NEAR OAK
gchwab Printing Co.
izsr troxz. xzjsoxamlz rxiczs
S4TM STARK STREET
HOMEOPATHIC 3UUOCD1X8 CmttU
lUek, sedenitfl yrleac Xll wim eUelUd-CmtaJera-
rrc. YTOODAXD. rrtw, 4
CO.. TiUhU. Or.
We will be ready for business,
showing new lines of clothes
for swell dressers
College Brand Clothes
For Younc Men
Stein-Bloch Co's Fam
ous Hand -Tailored
Suits and Overcoats
AH high - class, ready- to-wear
clothes, but not high in -price
$15, $18, $20 and
up to $30
MORRISON AINDSECOfSD STS.
This Establishment Will Be" Closed All Day
Fall and Winter Mod
Quality, style and perfect fit the three charac
teristics that have established for us the greatest
-clothing house in the Northwest
The Fair Is now about to close.,, and
most e very-concession had one or two
pianos rented, and which must be sold
We have a number of the best makes
and many of them cannot be told from
nevr, but to make room for large Fall
stock, we will not refuse any reason
able offer in order to dispose of the
second-hands. If out of the city,
write us, and we will give you full
list a.nd prices.
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
233 Washington Street
Phone Main 6127.
Tfaee aro the onlr denttafi ! Portland who
kaorr aad um the American jtem of pala
FILLINGS 60c, "3c and 51.00
SOLD CROWNS. 22k V $3.08
BRIDGE WORK. 221c W.0
FULL SET NATURAL TEETH f3.09
Boston Painless Dentists
241 Horri0 SU Opj. Meier & fnuak
A. M. te 8 P. X. Saadar,
8:34 A. M. t 12:39 P. X.
(iHdf Bo P
Store Will Be CLOSED TOMORROW
$10 to $35
$10 to $55
$10 to $35
The Greatest Clothing House in the
The Heard Suction Eyeglass
A boon to a long-snfferirig, 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, m case of breakage.
We 5o crown and brtdseworJc without pain.
Our 13 yea's experieti: In plato wgric
enables us to fit your mouth comfortably.
Dr. W. A. "Wise baa found a tzla war to
xtract teeth absolutely -without pata. Dr.
T. P. Wise la an expert at sold fllllax
and crow a and. brldgework. Extracting Irt
vfcen piat or bridsa aro ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
FalUnc Bulldlnr. cor. Third and Wash. St.
Open cvenlnza till 0 o'clock. Sunday troo
0 to 12. Or Mala COCO.
DR. TV. A. WIST.
GREAT AUCTION SALE OF
CHINESE AND JAPANESE CURIOS
Owing to our overstock imported for the Fair trade, we have now con
cluded to dispose of them by auction at a great sacrifice including all
lines of high-class fine Bronze Wares, Silver Cloisonne, Satsuma, Ivory
Carvings, Silk and Satin Embroidered Screens, Kimonos, Ebony Furni
ture, Decorated Porcelain Tea-Sets, Matting, Etc
SALE 2:30 AND 7:30 P. M. DAILY
ANDREW KAN & CO., MORRISON STREET
Why wear awkward, old-style bifocals?
Up-to-date KRYPTOK "INVISIBLES"
only cost a little more.
WALTER REED -
133 Sixth Street Oregonian Building
"The School of Quality"
For office help is the record, for Itust
week. Reputation does this, and will
keep on doing it. It pays to attend
our school. Largest, best equipped,
most modern. Open all the year. Cata
logue free. Call, telephone or write.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Waskington 1
A. P. Arras troey, LL.B., Principal
Monday, Oct 9th
Exclusively controlled by
2S- Wanhlncton Strcrt,
IlctiTcen Fourth nnd Fifth.
Cannon Hill, Spokane, Wash.
Incorporated boarding and day school for
boys aboe age oC eight. Kew buildings on
elevation near city. Dry and lnlgorattnr
atmosphere especially beneflclal to thoa
from Coast region. Teachers college gradu
ate. Careful supervision and preparation
for college or business. Address
EDGAR F. STKONG. l'lUXCIl'AI.
THE 31ISSES ItODNEl
Lessons In English. French, piano, vocal
music (Gorman method), history, literature,
history of art
No. 128 X. 22d Street.
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