The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 12, 1910, SECTION THREE, Page 7, Image 35

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For Men. Women and
THE SU1NUAY O.KlitxOli.JS. rOKTlAili, IVTMS X, xyiOw
OftPHEUM THEATER (Morrison between
fcixth and Seventh) Vaudeville. Tula
afternoon at 2:15 and tonlent at 8:13.
BAKER THEATER (third between Tamhlll
and Taylor) Baker bLo-k Compuy in
'Merely Mary Ann." This afternoon at
2: IS and tonight at 9.
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:X5; to
nlent at 7:30 and 8.
LTRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Armstrong Musical Comedy Company !n
"The Sole Kiss." This afternoon at 2:15
and tonight at 8:15.
STAR THEATER (Park anVWashlngton)
Motion pictures. Continuous, from 1:30 to
10:80 P. M.
TUB OAKS PARK (O. W. P. earltne) Band
concert afternoon and evening.
Pbomeient ErriAKKiia 8eccrd. Rev.
Peter C Yorke, S. T. D., of California,
and Matthew Cummingrs, of Massachu
setts, president of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians, have been secured to deliver
addresses at the Alumni Association bene
fit for the Christian Brothers' College at
the Armory July 17. The annual dinner
or the association will be held at the
college June 22, and on that occasion this
year's graduates will be received In the
Alumni Association. The association will
Kive a gold medal to the business class
for g-eneral excellence.
School to Give Entertainment. St.
Stephen's school. Hast Forty-second and
1-kist Taylor streets, will give an enter
tainment in the parish hall next Tues
day and Wednesday nights. Archbishop
Christie will be present Tuesday night.
The programme will be made of musical
numbers, plays and presentation of di
plomas by the archbishop. The drama,
"The Unknown Martyr," will be given by
local talent.
An Oregon apple orchard tract will
pay larger dividends on the Investment
than any other known soil Industry in
the world. Yearly dividends will be
paid to purchasers of a Woodburn or
chard tract. bee the large hand
painted picture of the orchards and the
Willamette Valley, in the Sixth-street
window of Meier & Frank's store, then
call for particulars at the main offices
of Woodburn Orchard Company, Inc.,
60.r,-506 Henry bldg.. Portland, Or. '
Brutal, Assault Charged. Charged
with having committed a brutal assault
tipon a blind woman, Chas. G. Parsons,
who keeps a lodging-house at 193 Mill
street, was arrested yesterday by Con
stable Wagner. The woman in the
case is sickly, in addition to having lost
her sight. Her husband, who is now a
charge upon the county, was for five
years a turnkey at the Walla Walla
I'Jasters Star to Be Hostess. The
most worthy grand matron of the gen
eral grand chapter of the Order of the
Eastern Star, Mrs. Ella S. Washburn,
will arrive in Portland, on Monday, and
will be tendered a reception by the grand
chapter of Oregon, that evening. The re
ception will be held in the grand lodge
room In the Masonic Temple. Members:
and their families are Invited.
I -oss of Watch Reported Miss X,.
Griesen, of 650 Spokane avenue, re
ported to detective headquarters that
she had lost her gold watch on Third
and Washington streets on the night of
the electrical parade. She told the de
tectives that she did not believe that
the timepiece was stolen.
Feast to Be Observed. Services in
oelebration of Shevnoth, the Feast of
Pentecost, will be held tonight at 8
o'clock, in "Ahaval Sholom Synagogue,
Park and Clay streets; also Monday and
Tuesday mornings at 9:30 and Monday
evening at 8 o'clock. Rabbi R. Abra
hamson will officiate.
Church cp Our Father (Unitarian),
Seventh and Yamhill Rev. T. I Eliot,
D. D., minister emeritus; Rev. W. G.
Eliot, Jr., minister. Service 11 A. M. The
music is under the direction of John
Claire Monteith. Evening services inter
mitted for the Summer.
Grand-Avenue Lot Brinos $16.250. A
modern apartment building will be erected
at the northeast corner of Grand avenue
and Bast Couch street by Stokes & Zel
ler. The lot was sold to them by Mall
fc Von Borate! for $16,250. It is occupied
by a small cottage.
Depositors of Union Bank & Trust
Company are Invited to call at American
Bank & Trust Company, corner Sixth and
Oak, and exchange pass-books, as the
banking business of the first-named bank
has been transferred to the American
Bank & Trust Co.
Wh Sell, hair mattresses retail at
wholesale prices, for SO-pound beds from
rT.60 and up. We renovate mattresses
and return them the same day. Portland
Curled Hair Factory. H. Metzger. pro
prietor, 226-238 Front St., Main 474. A 1374.
I Need Cask and will sell my set of
block books of City of Portland for $20.
They are in splendid condition and cost
$75 per set. Will also sell my city map
kx,8. with new additions to date 1910, for
only $10. Address C 63. Oregonian.
Woman's Club to Hear Lecture. The
,-oial science department of the Woman's
Club will meet Monday. June 13, at 2 P.
M.. in Women of Woodcraft Hall. Mrs!
Lucia F. Additon will lecture on "He
redity and Environment."
Short River Trips
To Oreoon Citt.
Sunday Boat Leaves
Taylor-Street Dock.
Nixb A. M.. 12 M., 3 P. M.
Round Trip 40 Cents.
Notice to Seaside rs.
Our stores at West Seaside and Gear
hart will be open June 15th. Until then
we make dally deliveries from our
Seaside store. F. Dresser Merc. Co.
Millinery Sale.
We were not damaged by fire. But
all trimmed hats at half price. North
rup & Jensen. 145 Seventh St., between
Alder and Morrison.
Diamonds. Gems of the first water
only. C Christensen, second floor Cor
bet t bldg., take elevator. Swiss watch
repairing. C. Christensen, second floor
Corbett bldg., take elevator.
Swiss watch repairing, a. Christensen
second floor Corbett bldg., take elevator.
Diamonds gems of the first water onlv"
O. Christensen, second floor Corbett bldg "
take elevator. '"
For Sale. Below half price, 4x6 Cen
tury Grand scenery camera: complete
outfit. O. Cardwell, Alexandra Court.
Dr. J. A. Petot has returned from the
Fast. Offices 34th and Belmont, alo
Medical building.
Plenty of money to loan on first mort
gages. Columbia Trust Company, Board
of Trade bldg. .
Boy Wanted. To help in bakery
Sealy-Lowell Company. Fifth and Stark."
J. O. Rountree. SSH Third street, sells
ten-acre tracts, Eaglecreet Orchards.
Oriental Ruos repaired and wash
cleaned. Cartorian Bros., 473 Wash.
Apartment Site, corner Eleventh and
Mill. Owner, AB 44. Oregonian.
Eleoant Spring chicken dinners served
at Brandes Grill, 103 Sixth st.
Jewett Farm Resort is now ODen.
White Salmon. Wash. ,
Dr. Edgar H. Brown, rectal diseases
S-S23 Oorbett bldg. . '
Dlnb at Richards' Sunday,
cover; to 8:30 P. M."
Jack Kjlno's Turkish baths.
Hotel Annex.
Printing? Ansley. cheapest, beat. 0 Oak
Electrio Cleaners rented. Main 1233.
Woosteb, sells everything. 408 Wash.
$1 per
A Store Full of Beautiful Presents
Tiffany Wedding Rings 14 to 18
Karat From $3.50 Up to $15.00
no troub e in selecting a suitable gi t for your wite
from our large stock. Everything that is new and
up-to-date you will find at
Jaeger Bros. Bet 2d and 4th
Bridge Repaired. The North
west Bridge Works Company has assem
bled considerable material on the Bast
Twenty-eighth street concrete bridge
across Sullivan's Gulch, and has exca
vated at the north end abutment, which
was found weak and defective. Only a
few men are employed and the work Is
moving slowly. The bridge -has been
closed to teams for the present. The
sidewalk concrete railing is badly cracked
and will be repaired. The surface of the
bridge is covered at the north end with
sand and gravel and concrete which will
be used in reinforcing the north side
abutment and . repairing other portions of
the bridge. '
Conpuuiation Held Tomorrow. Con
firmation will be held at Temple Beth
Israel tomorrow morning at 10:30. The
feast of Shebuoth will be celebrated to
night at 7 o'clock and at 10:30 tomorrow
morning. Rabbi Wise wlU preach at the
morning service. The choir under the di
rection of Mrs. Rose Bloch-Bauer will
render the ritual service and the music
will be supplemented with several devo
tional numbers by Waldemar Llnd. He
will play "Meditation" (Massenet) and
"Air" (Mattheson), beside a violin obli
gato to the rendition of Gounod's
"Prayer" by Mrs. Bauer. All are wel
come. .
Reunion to Be Held June ZL The an
nual reunion of the Indian War Vet
erans this year will be held Jutne 21
at the White Temple, under the aus
pices of the Sons and Daughters. The
morning will be mostly taken up with
reports and resolutions, followed by a
banquet. There will be a programme
in the afternoon, followed by the elec
tion of officers and ending In a general
Miss Brehm Speaks at Mount Tabor.
Miss Marie Brehm, lecturer on scien
tific temperance for the Presbyterian
Church temperance committee, will speak
this morning in the Mount Tabor Pres
byterian Church at 11 o'clock. The ad
dress will be given . In the old church
building on Bast Fifty-fifth and East
Stark streets.
Orient Lodge Entertains Visitors.
Orient Lodge of Oddfellows entertained
fraternal visitors from Newberg, Mc
Minnville and other towns up the Valley
Wednesday night at the hall on East
Sixth and East Alder streets. These
visitors witnessed the degree work. There
was a big attendance of Oddfellows.
Vegetarians to Meet. "What Will
We Do with the Animals when Vege
tarianism Becomes World Wide?" will
be the subject for discussion at the
vegetarian conversazione, at 501 Yam
hill street, Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock.
.This meeting is free to the public.
Oregon Cttt River Trips. The popular
Sunday outing and a good way to show
one of Oregon's attractions. Boat leaves
Taylor-st. dock Sunday, 9 A. M-, 12 M-, S
P. M. : leaves Oregon City 10:30 A. M.,
1:30 and 5 PM. Round trip 45 cents.
Tickets good on O. W. P.
Notice to Butchers. For rent, on of
the best-equipped shops in Portland;
ready for business; has been running 35
years. Northeast corner Union and E.
Pine, No. 381. Apply 549 East Ank
eny. Dr. Gustav Baar will return Monday
evening from St. Louis, where he attended
the American Medical Convention.
For Sale. Eight-room house and lot
unobstructed view of river, 439 Larrabee
street. F. H. Coffin.
Reclamation Service Succeeds With
Xew Experiment.
ington, June 5. The reclamation service
has been conducting an Interesting ex
periment on the Minidoka Irrigation
project in Idaho, to drain small bodies of
land which hare been submerged as the
result of Irrigation.
At one point a lake covering about SO
acres had formed. A well was sunk near
the lake to a depth of 100 feet, the last
80 feet penetrating the lava rock which
underlies the whole project. A six-inch
casing was put In to the top of the rock
and the waters of the lake were directed
Into the well. For the past three weeks
the water has been drained Into the well
at a rate varying from one to three second-feet,
or an average flow of more than
1.000,000 gallons per day.
Should other wells prove equally ef
fective It is believed the problem of
drainage on this project can be solved
without the necessity of constructing long
and expensive drain ditches to carry the
surplus water to the river.
All the delicacies of the season at th
Portland restaurant. Fine private apart
ments for ladles. 805 Wastu, near 6th at,
A special 50c chicken dinner today at
Hall's restaurant. 8?0 Washington at.
Chicken dinner. Peerless Cafeteria, 104
Fifth, near Washington.
Corner lot, seven-room house, modern
in every particular; fine lawn, tshade trees
and roses, conveniently situated between
Irvington and Broadway carlines. Ad
dress AN 35. Oregonian.
We wish to extend our most sincere
thanks to General Compson Post. G. A.
R-. to Peter A. Porter Circle, No. 26.
I-i. of G. A. R-; to the United Artisans'
Assembly. No. 157. and to the neighbors
and friends who so courteously remem
bered us In our recent bereavement, and
for the many floral offerings.
Shows Transferred From Bungalow
to OJd Baker During Period
of Demolition.
Work Is now under way on the new
Baker Theater at the northwest cor
ner of Eleventh and Morrison streets.
The building will occupy 100x125 feet,
and to secure the necessary space it has
been necessary to take out the east
wall of the present Bungalow Theater
ine plays scheduled for the Bungalow
have been transferred to the old Baker
for the next few weeks. '
The erection of the new Baker is to be
carried forward rapidly. The contracts
have been let and the demolition and
rearrangement of the old structure on
the property Is now going on. The
brick walls in the old three-story build
lng on the corner will be retained al
though these will be reinforced by steel
columns and made a part of the pretty
design for the new theater. Emll
Schacht & Son have completed the plans
xor tnis $125,000 theater.
The building will have a seating: ca
pacity of 1600 and will be especially
wen arranged as to the exits and aisles,
with precautions taken against danger
from nre or panic. Under the arrange
ment the new house can be emptied
without a crush In a very few minutes1.
Manager Baker , expects to have the
new theater completed by September,
at about the same time the new Heilig
is finished. It will be used principally
as the home of the Baker Stock Com
pany. Up to this time the Baker Stock
Company has been playing In the old
Baker at Third and Tamhill streets. It
was originally planned to start the
demolition of this building on June 12,
today, but owing to the tearing out of
the walls of the Bungalow an extension
has been granted. It is expected that
the old show house will be torn down
some time in July to make room for the
new eight-story building to be erected
for the Powers Furniture Comp"any by
Donald Mackay.
At Least Colored Woman Says So In
Snit lor Divorce.
NEW YORK, June 10. "Voudoo" or
"hoodoo," she wasn't. sure which, but one
of them was responsible for her marry
ing, Mrs. Lillian Gillum, colored, 25
Greenwich street, told Supreme Court
Justice Whitney In applying for an an
nulment of her marriage to Arthur Gil
lum. 'To honah, I never wanted to marry
Arthur," she told the court. "That fel
ler just kep a pesterin' and a pesterin'
me to marry him and I always tells him,
'No, Arthur, I likes you mighty well,
but not enough to marry you.'
"Then one day, yo" honah, he takes me
to his aunt's In New Jersey and we has
chicken fo' dinner, and then Arthur and
me and his folks go fo' a walk and we
call at a house and when we comes out
they tell me It was a preacher's house
and Arthur and me was married. I left
them and got home mighty quick: then
I got conscious and knew what I was
"Do you mean to suggest you were the
victim of voudooism?"
"Well, I don't know 'bout that, yo'
honah. but sure the hoodoo was working
all right.
"That feller Arthur comes to my
mother's home two weeks after and gave
me a pocketbook with one measly cent
In It. That penny must have been a
hoodoo, 'cause I let Arthur live at my
mother's home for two weeks. Then I
handed that pocketbook and cent back
to Arthur and he left me and the hoodoo
went, too."
. Justice Whitney reserved decision.
Manufacturers and Shopkeepers
Disgusted With Youth.
SYDNEY, N. S. W.. June 11. (Spe
cial.) Evidence bearing on the indif
ference of Australian young men to
wards the serious affairs of life has
been given before a select committee
of the South Australian Parliament
who have been inquiring into the sub
ject of wages boards.
Quite a number of large manufac
turers and shopkeepers complained that
the workilng-class boy had deteriorated
so greatly of recent years that they
simply could not be bothered with him.
and dispensed with his services wher
ever possible. He took no Interest in
his business, and scarcely seemed to
understand the meaning of the word
One of the largest employers In Ade
laide said his experience was that only
one boy In 10 made a real success of
his work. The other nine found their
Interest engrossed by sport and friv
olity, and contented themselves with a
perfunctory routine performance of
their duties.
Dog Prisoner In Jury-Room.
"Wonder what jury that is that is
coming In." said several persons in the
main courtroom at the Courthouse yes
terday morning, when a rapping was
heard on the door of the adjoining
jury-room. No one knew of any jury
then deliberating, and the noises caused
a-etir. A bailiff went to the door and
THE superiority of this store as an es
tablishment devoted exclusively to
the correct appareling of masculine Port
land is apparent even to the least observ
ant of clothing buyers.
The splendid success of our $15, $20
and $25 SUITS is a substantial expres
sion of public approval; the values are
most unusual, especially when the makes
are considered; no better assurance of
quality of fabric or perfection of fit could
be asked or desired than the label of
We specialize Brokaw and Roger Peet
Clothes. You should see these finest
clothes made. These Suits are the best
possible; priced at $30, $35, $40 and $50
For the stylish young: fellows who want the
latest, smartest models, we are well prepared.
College Clothes at $12.50, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00
unlocked it, when there popped out a
big pointer dog. He had arrived at a
verdict, which was that the comforts
of the Juryroom did not suit him. How
he came imprisoned and how long he
had been in the room was not known
at the Courthouse. ,
Xew University's Attitude Toward
Irish Luggage Causes Protest.
DUBLIN,- June 1L Special.) Ultra
Nationalists are deeply chagrined at the
decision of the new university's senate
regarding the Irish language. For months
that body has been urged to decree that
a knowledge of the ancient tongue shall
be essential at matriculation. This pro
posal has been decisively rejected and it
has been decided that Irish shall be
placed in the same position as French,
German, Spanish and Italian. - Students
who do not present themselves for ex
amination on the subject, at matricula
tion will, however, be required to attend
a course in Irish during their under
graduate career.
A motion by Dr. Douglas Hyde that
Irish should be made essential at matric
ulation examinations in 1913 was ruled
out of order. More is to be heard of the
matter at the next meeting of the Senate
on June 23, and meantime the Gaelic
League and . its supporters will move
heaveh and earth to secure a modification
of the decision.
It is threatened that unless the Senators
give way the County Councils will refuse
to strike a rate in aid of university ed
ucation. Strong resolutions have been
passed by various public bodies and by
numerous branches of the league. That of
the Dublin branch is typical, t expresses
grave dissatisfaction with the action of
the Senate In relegating Irish to a posi
tion of "stereotyped inferiority," whiie
other subjects; such as classics and Eng
lish, or geography and history, are made
compulsory, calls the attention of the peo
ple of Ireland to the insult that has been
offered them by the utter desregard thus
shown for their demand as put forward
by the General Council of County Coun
cils and the various elected representa
tives of the people throughout the coun
try, and trusts that not one penny of the
people's money will be given to the sup
port" of a university body so hostile to the
aspirations of the Irish people.
Durkee Man Sends Largest Herd of
Year to Wyoming.
- m
BNTERPHISE, Or, June 11 (Spe
cial. K. C. Oxman, a sheepman of Dur
kee, Or., shipped 24,000 yearlings, ewes
and wethers from here this morning
to Rock River, Wyoming, the prices
averaging $4 a head.
This "Is the largest shipment this
Anne. Columbia Bldg.. Main, A 163S.
Redmond Votes to Incorporate.
REDMOND, Or., June 11. (Special.)
At a special election the town of
Redmond voted to incorporate, there
being but one vote against incorpora
tion. The following officers were also
elected. Mayor, F. W. White; Alder
men, Guy E. Dobson, - J. F. Hosch, M.
A. Linch, F. W. McCaffery. H. E. Jones
and G- W. Wells; Recorder, W. c.
Walker; Treasurer, Carl 'Neilson;
Marshal, J. E. Mills.
nit i-lcaned, Blocked sue; ruiunM,
$1. Trimming 25c each. Ladies' Hats
Remodeled, Willow Plumes retied sad
W7d eaipjete Lane ot Millinery.
the pyes, if the trouble is in the vision.
Glasses only, give permanent relief,
and after a while they can be taken
off if the trouble is taken in time. We
have the most complete optical work
rooms in the city, and make no extra
charge for our scientific examination.
Established here since 1896.
218 - 210 KAII.IX; BLDG,
Cor. Third and Washington Streets.
Second Kloor. Take Elevator.
' Engineers, Founders.
Machinists and Boilermakersi
Bull dins and Structural Work.
Fire Hydrants, Log; Hauls. Cast
Gears, Hydraulic Giants, Water
Gates, Lumber Trucks, Etc.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan SI. SO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure. Furnished at
cost of $200,000. Every comfort and con
venience. On carlines transferring all over
city. Omnibus meets trains and steamers. '
Send for Booklet with map of San Francisco
Madison St.
Bk Boren Ave.
The Highest Grade Every Modern Coavealancf
Centrally located and commanding a view of th
Olympics. Cascade Mountains. Mt. Rainier and
e?uTt Sound. Auto-'Bna meats traina and boanr
Ijgggggj HOTEL
Twelve. rforief
f solid comforir
E ukiipean Flan $1 so Up t
W S3
We can furnish you with a complete Office Equip
ment and every Modern Machine and Device for
doing all things needful in your business
Commercial Stationers, Office Outfitters, Printers, FIFTH
Engravers, Booklet Makers and Bookbinders AND OAK
Your visit to Portland will not be complete
unless you have seen the
No doubt you have been pleased with our Rose Show
But if you wish to see Oregon's most beautiful spot
be our guest
No matter how high your'expectations may be
they will be surpassed by the beauty of our orchards
Nothing equals the magnificent scenery
The view into the Willamette Valley from our
property at an elevation of 600 feet is alone worth
the monotonous trip from the East to Oregon
Only 50 minutes' ride by railroad.
Station on our property
You are under no obligations whatever to buy,
but tell your friends what you have seen.
Those from Missouri especially invited
Call at our office day previous and arrange for transportation
m Round trip 50 cents. We serve free dinner to our guests
708 and 709 Corbett Building
B. E. Walker. LI..D.. President.
A. Laird, General Ma
Established 1867.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
London Office,
t Lombard Street, B. C
New Tork Office.
16 Exchange Place.
BrSeame an?, romln, Canada; Also at San Francisco;
Canadian Collections.
J.a,k vtib; over 180 branches, distributed throiishout the Do
minion, is enabled to offer Unsurpassed facilities for niaklng collection
In any part of Canada.
Portland Branch, Cor. Second and Stark Streets. K. c. 8
Malpaa. Maaaarer.
Stoves, Toasters, Coffee Percolators,
Heating Pads
a B. Stub bs Electrical Supply Co.
No. 61 Sixth Street, Portland, Or.
Phones Main 1696, A 1696