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.THE SUNDAY OREGOMAX, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 3, 1907.,
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
OREGON IAN TELEl'HONXS.
Countlng-Room .-.Main 7070
C ity Circulation Main 7070
Managing Editor Main 7070
Kunday Editor Main 7070
i'omp-jslng-Roorn Main 7070
O-.y Editor ' Main 7070
Superintendent Building Main 7070
East Side Offlc East CI
THR HEILIG THEATER ( Fourteenth and
Washington ilrwu.) Tonight at K:15, the
musU-al play, "The Yankee Regent."
TifK MARQDAM GRAND (Morrison street,
between Sixth and Seventh) San Francisco
Opera Company tonight at 8:15 In "The
BAKER THEATER (Third, between Ism
hill and Taylor) Baker Theater Company
In "A Hole In the Ground. - Matinee at
J:ir. Tonlyht at 8:15.
EMPIRE THEATER (llith and Morrison)
"The Sweetest Girl In Dixie." Matinee at
1!:1S P. M. tonight at :15.
GRAND THEATER (Washington, between
I'ark and Seventh) Vaudeville. 2:30. 7:.10
and 0 P. M.
FA NT AGES THEATER (4th and Stark)
Continuous vaudeville. 2-80. 7:30. P. .
LYRIC THEATER (7th and Alder) The
I.yrlc Stock Companv In "The Governor
or Kentucky." Tonight at 8:15. Matinees
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday and bunday
at 2:15 P. M.
ETAR THEATER (Park and Washington
The French Stock Company In "The con
fessions of a wife." Tonight at 8:1:.
Matlne Tuesday. Saturday and Sunday at
J:15 P. M.
Pump "Works Wem.. The automatic
pump that was put Into operation at the
Iowcr Mount Tabor reservoir the first of
the week, has been working; finely all
week. Power Is furnished from the water
from tho high service reservoir and the
pump operates without expense. It is in
the care of the reservoir tenders, wfo are
on duty at all hours. The operation of
the pumps at Paradise Springs, which
supplied the Arthur plant for the past 15
years, has been stopped for all time, hav
ing been replaced by the new pump at
reservoir No. 2. Very soon it will be
necessary to replace the old water tanks
that are used for the high, service at
Mount Tabor, as they are old and said
to be greatly decayed. It is believed that
If the city build a big reservoir on the top
of Mount Tabor and make it the termi
nus of the second Bull Run pipe line,
more than enough power could be gener
ated to supply Portland with its elec
tric light. It would be the same if tne
reservoir were placed on Mount Scott,
or on any elevation.
N'attonai, Bank fob St. Jonx-Mr. F.
T. Drinker, for many years cashier of a
lank in Wisconsin, has acquired the Hu-
inson interest in the Citizens' National
Hank prej'cct .. St. John, Or., and will
be cashier of the new organization which,
will now assume the name and charter
which Mr. Drinker has secured of the
First National Bank. Dr. H.' W. Coe and
other Portland parties, who are inter
ested In the First National Bank, of
Kelso, are backing this bank at St.
John, the stock having all been sub
scribed. A suitable location for the bank
was secured yesterday, and the Institu
tion will open at once. Mr. B. K. Swell
ed, ahanking man from Grand Forks,
North 'Dakota, will also take a position
in the bank and be actively identified
with Its management.
"What's thb Use ok tub Panic?"
William McPevltt, LU M., former regis
trar of the State University of Washing
ton, and late editor of the Daily World,
of Oakland, Cal., will deliver an ad
dress at Allsky Hall, Third and Morrison,
on Sunday evening. His subject wil. be,
"What's the Use of the Panic?" A gen
eral discussion will follow the lecture.
Everybody interested is Invited to , at
tend. Admission is free. Mr. McDevitt
has delivered addresses in all the leading
towns of California and Oregon, and is
known throughout the Coast states as
one of the ablest writers and speakers on
Benjamin- Fat Mtl.i.8 will deliver one
of his most celebrated addresses at 11
A. M. '.'Between the' Animals and the
Angels." At 3 he will speak on "Scien
tific. Psychic Research," and at 7:30 on
"Knierson, tho Prophet of the New Era."
All seats free. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday evenings he will give Interpreta
tions of Knierson, and at 8:10 A. M., com
mencing Monday, will give five daily les
sons In The Bhngavad Gita, the great
Hindu poem.. All at Women of Wood
PKori.E's FomiH Tonight. The Peo
ple's Forum will hold Its regular Sun
day night's meeting in the Hall of the
Western Academy of Music in the Mulkey
building, on Second and Morrison, to
night at 8 o'clock. Mr. C. E. S. Wood
will be the speaker of the evening and
will speak on "Marriage and Divorce
From an Economic Standpoint." No fees,
dues or charges of any kind. All are
Will Address Ministerial Associa
tion. Dr. K. S. Chapman, of Los Ange
les, who Is possibly the best-known
enomy today of the saloon through his
famous "Stainless Flag" address and
agitation, will address the Ministerial
Association at the Y. M. C. A. next Mon
day morning, November 4, at 10:30. All
ministers of the city and vicinity are
urged to attend.
Ijocturb by B. Fat Mills. All our
Intelligent citizens will be Interested In
Mr. Mills' Interpretations of our fore
most American writer, Ralph Waldo
Kmorsi, at Women of Woodcraft Hall.
Mruiday), "Self-Reliance"; Wednesday,
"Spirital Laws"; Friday, "The OversouL
SafA!. Now Is the time to buy safes.
Two car loads Just received with varied
indentations on outside from rough usage
in transit. Prices reduced accordingly.
Also six second-hand bank safes in A-l
condition. Write, phone or call at Davis'
store, 66 Third street, Portland.
Small Firh in Cottagb. A fire broke
out 1n the roof of the cottage at 421 Fast
Couch street yesterday afternoon, but was
duickly extinguished by the department.
It was caused by a deiective flue. Dam
age was about $15. D. Price occupies the
house, which is the property of D. Huson.
Miss Sophia Jensen has Just returned
from an extended visit to Europe's great
est cities, where she has been studying
the millinery modes of the leading de
signers. She is now at Fraley's glad
to welcome her old friends.
Death of a Child. The 4-year-old
(laughter, Ruth Ella, of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Yerex. living at 10S Clinton street,
died yesterday morning, after a short ill
ness, of grip. Arrangements for the fun
eral have not been made.
Onb Hundred Shares Mining Stock
Frbb with every purchase of German
Amcr. Coffee, bargain; Comstock Golden
Gate, 50c.; Amer. Telegraphone. cheap,
etc. Roberts & Co., 3133 Wash. st.
You have been reminded that you
should have your hair mattresses, reno
vated and returned the same day. Phone
H. Metzger. Main 474 or Home A 1374.
Ostrich Plumes dyed a perfect black
at the Hortland Hat Works. 249Ct Alder
St., between 2d and 3d and 412 E. Mor
rison St., near Grand av.
Claremont Tavers, seven miles' out,
on I.innton Road. Open all Winter. All
Astoria trains stop. St. John cars con
nect with ferry.
Thb Dermatology Shop., room 39,
Selling-Hlrsch building, will give scalp
treatment for one week at half price.
Church of Our Father (Unitarian).
Seventh and Yamhill. Service 11 A. M.
Sermon: "The Recent Panic."
Fon Sale. H block. East Side; fine
business or factory site. John C. Shil
lock, 421 Mohawk building.
Jacob Schwind conducts a first-class
shoe-repairing shop at 367 Stark, near
Complete assortment of Navajo blank
ets on sale at cw prices, 565 Washington.
Mortgages, loans bought, sold or nego
tiated by F. A. Rowe. Buchanan bldg.
Wanted. 5 cords best tir. 5 cords dry
oak. Immediate delivery. M. 2056.
. Homb Telei-honb directory Just out for
Funeral of Mas. Emma Fat. The
funeral of Mrs. Emma Fay, wife of Ed
ward Fay, a well-known traveling man,
will be conducted this afternoon from St.
Mary's Church. Alblna. Her death oc
curred at Good Samaritan Hospital and
was the result of ptomaine poisoning. A
5-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter
Have you tried the charcoal made by
the Oregon Wood Distilling Co? It is the
most economical, cleanest and best fuel
on the market for fireplaces, ranges and
air-tight stoves. Orders promptly tilled
by the Oregon .Charcoal Fuel Co., 202
Falling building. Phones Main 6167 and
Will Speak on the Financial Situ
ation. Rev. S. C. Lapman, of the Sec
ond Baptist Chiirch, East Ankeny and
East Seventh streets, and Dr. McGlade.
of the Mizpah Presbyterian Church,
Powell street, will give a prelude tonight
of the financial situation.
To the Public H. N. Fairchild is no
longer in our employment and is not
authorized to transact any business for
the company after this date. American
Laundry Co., Nov. 2, 1907.
Mr. Max, formerly in The Dekum, has
returned from Paris. and during the week
will announce his location and the open
ing of his .establishment-
Now is the time to look out for burg
lars. Insure against them and don't
worry. Rodgers-Hart-Gibson Co., 146
Second. Both phones.
Socialist Meeting Tonight. H. Lan
gerock will speak tonight before Social
ist Branch No. 1, 39 Davis street, on
Dr. Max Axelrood is no longer con
nected with the Grand Pharmacy and has
removed from 225 Grant street to 550
Fourth street. .
Fountain Pens repaired, stationery,
engraving. Moffett's. S4 Third st.
George Black, public accountant, has
moved to 323 Worcester building.
Thb Hawthorne Estate has moved to
323 Worcester building.
Hairdressing, beauty culture, 409 Wash.
County maps. Moffett's, 84 Third St.
ALASKA MAY GO FOR TAFT
Big Secretary's Boom Outgrows the
Roosevelt Third-Terra Idea,.
. SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) There is seemingly only one
chance for a split In the ranks of the
Nome delegation to the Republican
convention to be held In Juneau, com
mencing November 14. In reports sent
out ahead of the delegates who now
are assembled In Seattle, it was stated
that the delegation would go to the
convention solid for Roosevelt for a
third term along with the Indorsement
of Tom Cale and a solid front for ter
ritorial government. Now comes a
whisper that Taft may receive the sup
port of so many of the delegates that
there is great doubt that the Roosevelt
third-term idea will ever fret before
Canvass among the delegates now
here has Indicated that many of them
have so fallen In love with the Taft
boom that they cannot be persuaded
Just where the Roosevelt third-term
Idea comes in. Taft is popular in
Alaska, and from all that can be gath
ered It may be assumed that if the
name of the big Secretary of War is
brought before the Juneau convention
there will be something doing that will
result in an indorsement of his can
didacy. SLOW IX INSPECTING WORK
Cheeks Returned ' Marked "Xo
Funds" Cause Small Scare.
ASTORIA. Or., Nov. 2. (Special.)
When work was stopped a few days ago
on the extension of the llwaco Railroad
& Navigation Company's line from llwaco
to the new terminus opposite this city, the
discharged employes were paid In checks
given by Erickson & Peterson, the con
tractors, and drawn on a Portland bank.
A number of these qhecks were cashed
by local business men and today they
were returned from the Portland bank
marked, "No funds." As near as can be
learned, the trouble arose because the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company,
which owns the road, had not checked up
the work done by the contractors and for
that reason had not deposited to the
credit of the contractors the amount due
WHERE JTO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
ments for ladles, 305 Wash., near 6th.
Select six-course chicken dinner servecT
every Sunday, from 2 to 8 P. M., 60 cents,
at the Franklin Restaurant, 46S Washing
ton street, between Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets. Good music from 6 to
7:30 o'clock. C. C. Naeve, proprietor.
First-class turkey or chicken dinner, 60c
at the. Dragon Restaurant, No. 149 Sev
enth street, between Alder and" Morrison.
Extra special, Chinese delicacies. Chop
Suey and Noodles. Don't forget our su
perb breakfast, 25 cents.
Moore's Restaurant will serve a 60c
chicken dinner today, 148 Fifth, opposite
Meier & Frank's.
The Empire Restaurant, 192 3d., will
Berve a special Sunday chicken dinner,
with Ice cream, 5oc.
Special Sunday dinner, 50 cents, at J. D.
Kruse's Restaurant, 363 Morrison street;
Watscn's Restaurant will serve a fine
chicken dlnnf today, 50 cents, 331 Wash.
Special Sunday dinner served at
Brandes' Grill from 12 to 9 P. M.
Perkins' Restaurant: chicken dinner,
with Ice cream, etc., 40c. .
THE SARGENT GRILL
Will serve special table d'hote dinner
today, 4 to 8; 75 cents; music.
Home Remedy to Kill Rats.
PORTLAND, Nov. 2. (To the Editor.)
The easiest way to kill rats is as
follows: Take one-half pound of best
wheat flour and mix well with one
pound of plaster of parls and then fill
a dish with water. Place both dishes
where rats are perambulating over
night. Next morning you will find the
rats all dead near the dishes, with
rocks In their stomachs. There Is no
danger of any poison. -
GEORGE H. LUCKE.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire o express our thanks to
Columbia Lodge of Masons, the Painters'
Union, and all kind friends for their
sympathy and help during our late be
reavement. MISS E. DOBYNS.
i MRS. A. M. SMITH.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their sincere sympathy and many
beautiful flowers at the death of our
beloved son and brother. Merle.
MR. AND MRS. H. A. PITTENGER
For Rent. Wholesale storage ware
house. Inquire Graves' Music Store.
Eat Government-Inspected meat.
til :r mm
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TROPHY CUPS FOR
THE HORSE SHOW
STERLING SILVER, SILVER
PLATE, GOLD BRONZE, Copper
and Pewter All sizes. Prices
Ton will find Jaeger Bros.'
trophy cups at all the athletic
tournaments and sporting events
in this vicinity. We always have
a large assortment of the up-to-date
kind and at prices that suit
every purse. Our engraving is
far above the average, too, which
adds to their effectiveness.
TliK. HORSE SHOW will be the
society' event of the year. Swell
gowns md Rich Jewel will be
worn. We have an immense
assortment of fine diamond and
pearl- mounted R II o O C H E R.
BRACKI.ETS, NECKLACES. EAR
SCREWS. niS, etc., which -we
li a v e marked at unusually low
prices. Let us show you what a
little money will do in this line If
it Is spent Judiciously.
133 Fifth St., Near Alder. ' -
WOMAN'S UNION TO MEET
Quarterly Meeting Will Be Held To
Tomorrow afternoon the Portland
Woman's Union will hold its quarterly
meeting. Following business there will
be a social reunion, at which tea and
wafers will be served from a table pre
sided over by four or its past presi
dents Mrs. C. A. Coburn, Mrs. H. L.
Pittock, Mrs. C. R. Templeton and Mrs.
Henry E. Jones. Besides these there
hav'e been but two other presidents
during the term of over 20 years of
the union's existence the late Mrs.
Rosa F. Burrell and Mrs. P. J. Mann,
the present incumbent.
The union always has done a great
deal of work along educational and
philanthropic lines, at the same time
furnishing a homelike home to the
many young women who have from
time to time enjoyed Its hospitality.
The union's management has for
some time realized Its Inability to ac
complish all of ita aims, on account
of inadequacy of room, almost every
day some deserving- young woman Is
denied homelike shelter with only the
promise, of a place upon the waiting
list. Wlth Portland's rapidly-increasing
population the need of a larger
building Is strongly felt and many of
the members think .that ways and
means should soon be devised where
by a larger building may be had or the
present one made larger, that the ob
ject of the union's work can better
be accomplished. All members are cor
dially asked to be present at tomor
row's quarterly meeting, held at the
union's home, at 2:30 o'clock, 510
Comedy at Exposition Rink.
The new Exposition Rink is drawing big
crowds and hundreds of beginners are
becoming good skaters every week. As a
Come to this office with all of
your tooth troubles, then you are
assured of the best work.
We can extract one or all your
teeth without hurting a bit, and
put in new teeth the same day
if you desire. i
Our. bridge work is the best ob
tainable. A bridge fitted at this
office is a positive comfort.
Nothing ever has to be done over
again that we once finish. We
supply only the work that is
We use. -only the best material
In our crown work. We aim to
secure your friends' work also.
20 YEARS HERE
And business constantly increas
ing. Ask yourself the- reason and
only one answer can suggest it
self. Nervous people need not
fear our treatment, there are no
bad effects at the time or after
wards. We have mastered our
profession and results fully con
firm the statement. We save all
teeth that can possibly be saved.
W.-JL WISE, Dentist
Falling bldg., 3d and Wanhlnrton sis.
8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday. 0 to 13.
Falnles Extraction 60c; Plates S5.
BOTH rflO'S. A AND MAIN 2029.
Barbers' Supply Co.
Morrison mnd 10th Streets.
Fins Cutlery and Toilet Articles. Repair
ing of all kinds of Sharp
Visitors are cordially
invited to include our
store in their sight-seeing
tour of Portland and
to make free use of its
"Knowing what the public wants, and
supplying it, has made A. B. Steinbach &
Co. the marvel of the clothing world," said a
prominent Portiander, and a patron of ours yesterday
A splendid definition of success:
Certainly the merchant who does not possess the
"knack of knowing" stands little chance to suc
ceed; the fact that we clothe annually a large ma
jority of men of this great city is proof that our
merchandise measures well up to the standard of
public desire, and that our business methods are
Men' Suits and Overcoats
That will tell their story well when they are seen
and tried on.
From $10 to $50
Is the price range of our finest
Overcoats. Every honest, fa
hrie in nveronntino'c renrp.
sented, and at $35 and $40 we lours and Thibets,
on ..i u. :ti. i: i , .. ... .
anuvv .v Mvica mui ui c mik.iiiicu aress suns, sine to
"SEE WINDOW DISPLAYS"
special feature this week, Keeler and
Oaulaon will appear in their sidesplitting
clown and Dutch comedy ladder act, both
afternoon and evening, Monday. Skate at
the Exposition morning, afternoon and
Invest your money in Diamonds.
They are- steadily advancing in
price. Banks may fail, real es
tate may depreciate in value-
not so with diamonds. Buy
them from us on
Pay for them a little each week
or month, the .same as you- de
posit your money in a bank. You
get possession .when making first
payrient. We charge nothing
extra for credit accommodations.
On Equally Liberal Terms.
74 Third St., Near Oak.
pay a small payment at
the time of purchase and
balance in easy weekly or
monthly payments to suit
your income or convenience.
Eastern Outfitting Co.
ur.L: . . I n. . tiL .
Wt,. Tenth ,IS2i rrCrrii,
tat. ' 1 V M 9- it- a
lii rllht ''ir1''1''' ""::-iiiiiiiiHfiif'miiiii
Embracing cassimeres, cheviots ,
See Our Windows
Great sacrifice of highest-grade
Millinery at lps than manufac
turer's cost of materials. Ex
quisite importations!, New York
Pattern Hats! Nearly 100 regu
lar $40 to $60 values
Now $ i e.m
Street and Semi-Dress Hats
- greatly reduced. .
Big Bow Flats, $4.25 to $5.00
Finest quality pure wool Felt
Flats, with big bows of high
luster silk. Greatest money-saving
event in Portland.
212-214 Third St. Corner of Salmon
HATS OF DISTINCTION
S15 to S45
worsted serges, ve-
tuxedo and full
tne edge lapels.
284 Washington Street
Between Fourth and Fifth
A. N. W R I G H T TH!-$22i
293 Morrison Street, Near Fifth. " .
North Pacific College
Unsurpassed In equip
m e n t and advantages.
One of the largest
schools of dentistry in
the entire West.
The annual session be-
?lns October 1st. For
urther Information and
DR. HERBERT C MILLER,
Corner Fifteenth and Conch Sts.,
Opera and Field Glasses
BEST IN THE WORLD
Utcd in the United State Array mad Navy
fichwab "Printing Co.
MtST WORK. REASONABLE PUCKS
24TH STARK STREET!
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lv J ,; i i jl it
Our new Importations of fine dia
monds, rubles, sapphires, emeralds, tnr
quols, opals, pearls, etc., added to our
already largo variety, constitute a col
lection absolutely without a peer In the
Every gem is passed on and guaran
teed by our diamond expert and fully
Diamonds , and other precious gems
are mounted In our factory by expert
designers and diamond setters to suit
the fancy of the purchaser.
It's A Beauty
As well as a good timekeeper
the Elgin watch we sell at $17.50.
An accurate movement In a beau-
tlfully engraved hunting case,
warranted for twenty years, it's
a bargain you can watch for and
not find anywhere else. AVe have
all the latest novelties in JeweMry.
If there is anything the matter
with your watch bring it to us,
as our skill and long experience
Imvo matin us headquarters of re
pairing, and overhauling of
watches and clocks.
When Plates or Bridges
All Work at Half Price for a
short time to introduce the
"Electro Painless System"
Full Set, that fit .$5.00
Gold Crowns, 22-k. . . .'.S3.50
Bridge Teeth, 22-k. .. .$3.50
Gold Fillings ......... .$1.00
Silver Fillings ........ 50
Guaranteed for 10 . Years.
30312 Washington St., cor. 5th,
Opposite Olds & King's.
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Complete
stock, moderate prlcee. ftlalt'orders toilet
ted. Catalogue free. WOODAJU), (T A Hii m
CO.. Portland. Or