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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, JUNE 26, 1910.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Paeiflo States. Home.
Counting-room Main 7O70 A 8095
City Circulation , Main 7070 A 0085
Managing Editor Main 70TO A 609S
Sunday Editor Main 7070 A 6095
Composing-room i .Main 7070 A 60P5
City Editor Main 7070 A 6093
lupt. Building Main 7070 A 6095
DRPHEUM THEATER (Morrison between
Sixth and Seventh) Vaudeville. This
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Third, between Yam
hill and Taylor) Baker Stock Company In
"My wife." This afternoon at 2:15 and
tonight at 8:15.
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Vaudeville. This afternoon at 2:10; to
night at 7:30 and 8.
LYRIC THEATER (Seventh and Aider)
Armstrong Musical Comedv Company In
. "'The Belle of Toklo." This afternoon at
2:30 and tonight at 7:30 and 9.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Motion pictures. Continuous, from 1:30 to
10:30 P. M.
OAKS PARK (O. W. P. carline) X.lberatrs
concert band, this afternoon and tonight.
toRKTOws's Officers Entertained.
Captain Victor Blue, of the United
States gunboat Yorktown. which is
anchored at Astoria, and two ensigns
were entertained at luncheon by the
board of governors of the1 Portland
Commercial club yesterday. The York
town has been ordered to Pugret Sound
for July 4. and soon after that date
will come to Portland for a week's
stay. Captain Blue is well known in
Portland, having been here with naval
vessels several times in the past.
"Woman Vagrant Fined. Mary Jordon,
alias Mary Burk, was fined $25 in Police
Court yesterday for vagrancy. She was
arrested Friday night by Patrolmen
Humphries and Montgomery at the Plaza
rooming-house Dan Darcy told the offi
sers that the woman had given him a
natch to pawn. Fearing the transaction
was not regular, he took the watch to
the police station, where it awaits an
Steoen Gets 90 Days. Charles Stegen
pleaded guilty in Municipal Court yester
day to a charge of vagrancy and was
sentenced to 90 days' imprisonment and a
fine of $100. He was arrested Friday by
Detectives Tichenor and Howell, who
traced to him seven thefts made from
lawns and outbuildings. Lawn-mowers
nd garden hose were his specialties, the
loot being sold at second-hand stores.
Window Broken; Fines Follow.
Nick Regan and Joseph John engaged ""
l fistic battle in the Marathon Restau
rant on Third street Friday night, in the
Course of which they hurled at each
ther almost every piece of earthenware
tn the house and broke a large plate
rlass window. They were arrested by
Patrolmen Few! y and "Webster and fined
HO each yesterday morning.
New Fir to Open. The new dry
roods firm of Becker, McLoughlin &
Sweeney will open in a few days at
!he corner of Twelfth and "Washington
itreets. AU three members of the firm
ire widely known, having been con
nected for many ye irs with McAHen
fc McDonnell at Third and Morrison
streets. They will carry a general line
f dry goods and men's furnishings and
ire in a position to offer values that
sannot be approecfied by others in the
lama line They invite their friends
Vnd the public to inspect their stock
ind compare the.r prices.
Excerpts from Kugene Daily News:
"Under the ministry of Dr. F. E. Yoak
nm, M. D., who will conduct meetings
it the Christian Alliance Tabernacle,
Kinth and East Clay streets, at 2 P. M.
today. Mrs. Larson, of Bannard, was
Instantly healed of large tumors and
rheumatism; Hattie Hall, aged 10 years,
eho never walked without iron braces
tnd crutches, was healed and now
aalks unaided. Stammerer has speech
Location of stores for retail business
often means success. There is a restricted
residence district for a mile and a half
In three directions fiom the stores at
East Twenty-eighth and Halsey streets,
and no stores to compete with except the
grocery across the street and those a
mile away at East Fifteenth and .Broad
way. It's a. fine location for a drugstore
with a soda water fountain, for a meat
market and a grocery store. See owner
st 320 East Morrison street.
Baseball Today at 3 P. M.
The Best in the Tri-Citt.
Twenty-Fourth and Vaughn Sts.'
Admission 25 Cents.
Best Game op the Season.
Do Not Miss This Game.
Family Away; Hodsb Robbed. The)
residence of Fred Brooker, at 1621 Ala
meda avenue, was entered by a burglar
some time Friday when the members of
the family were away. A stop-watch, a
ruby sttck-pln, some old coins, a revolver
and three watches were stolen. The de
tectives have persons living in the vicin
ity under surveillance.
Death of Former Portlasder Mrs.
Alice A. Kane, of Seattle, wife of T. A.
Kane, formerly a newspaperman of
Portland, died in Seattle Friday of Mn
gcring illness. She leaves a son and
daughter, both grown. The remains
will arrive here this morning and be
Interred in Lone Fir Cemetery.
Voters Flock to Register. Registra
tion of voters at the time the County
Clerk's office closed yesterday afternoon
totaled for this year 562S Republican; 9S6
Democratic and 658 miscellaneous. The
registration for yesterday was 1S3 Repub
lican, 41 Democratic and 24 miscellaneous.
Oriental Rvjo Sale. If in need of a
rug. hall or stair runner, or room-size
carpet, don't miss this opportunity, as
we have made a very substantial cut
for this week. Cartozian Bros., Im
porters of Oriental rugs, 473 "Washing
ton street. I
Y. M. C. A. Vacation School fob Boys.
All subjects elementary and high school
grades; gymnasium, swimming, 8:30 to 12,
July 5 to August 16; $6 elementary grades,
$12 high school grades, includes member
ship privileges. See educational director
Short River Trips
To Oreoon City
Sunday, Boat Leaves
Taylor-Street Dock, .
9 A. M-. 13 M., 3 P. M.
Round Trip 45 Cents.
Wi Sell hair mattresses retail at
wholesale prices, for 30-pound beds from
$7.60 and up. We renovate mattresses
and return them the same dav. Portland
Curled Hair Factory. H. Metzger. pro
prietor, 226-22S Front et-. Main 474. A 1374.
Wilt lease, 100x100, upper "Wash.-st.
corner to responsible parties who will
put up family hotel or apartment-house,
long term of years or will build apartment-house.
Address AD . 74. Oregonian.
Announcement. The May Hardware
Company have " purchased the complete
stock of Hexter, May & Co. The stock
is now on sale at reduced prices.
For Rent. Corner store. "Washington
St., five-year lease, $S50 per month. Roun
tree & Diamond, 241 Stark street.
. Diamonds. Gems of the first water
only. C. Chrlstensen, second floor Cor
bett building. Take elevator.
For Sale. Corner on "Washington st.,
21,000 square feet, A-l family hotel sit.
Y 72, Oregonian.
Swiss "Watch Repairing. C. Chrlsten
sen, 2d floor Corbett bldg..Take elevator."
Elegant Spring chicken dinners served
at Brandes' Grill, 103 Sixth at.
Dr. Edgar H. Brown, rectal diseases.
S22-823 Corbett building.
Jack Kino's Turkish baths. Imperial
Printing? Ansley. cheapest, beat. 250 Oak
Electric Cleaners rented. Main 1233.
Special Sunday dinner at Richards' $1
Every diamond you buy at our establishment
strengthens our reputation for selling highest grade dia
monds at the lowest minimum of profit. Each selection
made, even though you close your eyes while selecting,
will be a gem.
Every unmounted gem in our stock has not only
been critically examined with high power jewelers' mi
croscope, but has been doubly inspected. Purchasers of
diamonds at this store are protected in every possible
way, and every sale made' carries "with it an iron-clad
guarantee that the stone is exactly as represented or
your money will be cheerfully refunded. We invite your
inspection of an importation of perfect color diamonds
just received. From the small diamond at $10.00 to the
more expensive ones at $1000 you will find at our store.
Look at our show windows. They are full of beauti
. The Large Jewelry Store,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH,
Proposals for Flume.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the. office of the Home Valley Irriga
tion & Power Company at Home Val
ley, "Wash., until July 15, 1910, at 4
o'clock P. M., 'for the furnishing of
material and construction of 6320 lineal
feet of flume in. the manner prescribed
by the plans and specifications on-file
in the office of said company, and with
Clark-Cook Company, room 6, Board of
Trade building, Portland, Or. Bids
must be In accordance with forms
furnished by the company. No bid will
be considered unless accompanied by
a certified check for at least 10 per
cent of the amount of the aggregate
proposal, to be forfeited as fixed and
liquidated damages in case the bidder
fails to. neglects, or refuses to enter
into a reasonable contract and provide
a suitable bond for the faithful per
formance of said work in the event the
contract is awarded to him. The right
to reject any and all bids is hereby
reserved by the company.
A Fifth-Street Investment.
The southwest corner of Fifth and
Everett streets, 100x100, Is now offered
for sale at a price which should appeal
to Investor In close-in business prop
erty. The owner will either seU or
lease ground on favorable terms, or if
desired will construct building to suit
tenant on long-term lease. Full par
ticulars at our office. John. H. Burgard
& Co., 273 Oak street, Lewis building.
The Summer school for failed high and
grammar school pupils, conducted by
the Holmes Business College, corner
Tenth and Washington streets, will
open Monday morning, June 27, at 8
o'clock. - Those who do satisfactory
work in the Summer school will be
given certificates of conditional . pro
motion by the City Superintendent.
Trolley Excursions today to Estacada
and upper Clackamas River points. 75
cents round trip. Trains leavj East
Water and Morrison streets every hour
from 6:50 A. M. to 6:50 P. M.
A. De Blanche, ladles' tailor, 3454
Washington st., at Seventh.
Woobtbr's fat Havana. 408 Wash. ,
Will Leaves Husband $5.
Because he deser d his wife ten
years ago and went to Alaska, John M.
Morrison is cut off by the terms of
Ellen C- Morrison's will with only $5.
She says also that she acquired her
property, located on Porter street in
Caruther's addition, before she married
him. County Judge Cleeton admitted
the will to probate yesterday, appoint
ing as executrix Ella E. Esterbrook.
named in the will. Mrs. Morrison died
May 15. The estate Is worth $3000.
The will gives $300 to the executrix,
who if a daughter of the deceased, be
cause of the care she bestowed on her
mother during her last Illness Hector
R. Morrison, a son, is to receive $100.
The balance of the property is to be
divided equally among the six children.
CARD OK THANKS.
The family of the ' late William
Klumpp wish to extend their sincere
thanks to the Ancient Order of Work
men, United Artisans. Woodmen of the
World, Portland Turn Verein and the
many friends for their sympathy and
beautiful floral pieces contributed to
his funeral. MRS. WILLIAM KLUMPP
FORMER MINISTER WILL
BE SEEN AT ORPHEUM
Edwards Davis, Once Pulpit Orator in Portland, Will Appear in Oscar
Wilde'a "Picture of Dorain Qray," Next Week.
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REAOHEB. tragedian, vaudeville
star such have been the posi
tions occupied by Edwards Davis,
one-time pastor of the Central Church,
at Oakland, Cal., and now a scintillat
ing light on -the Orpheum circuit.
From the day that Edwards Davis,
Master of Arts of the University of
Kentucky, appeared in Portland as a
lecturer and received the call to the
First Christian Church, to his appear
ance next week in a tabloid form of
Oscar Wilde's psychological master
piece. "The Picture of Dorian Gray,"
at the Orpheum, is but a few years in
point of actual time, yet in experience
it has meant the transition of Mr.
Davis from a sensational preacher,
everywhere In demand, to the quiet,
Mr. Davis" preaching ever bordered
on the spectacular. His enemies said
he did more harm to the church than
good; his friends said he was one of
the mainstays of the denomination.
He married an Oakland lawyer's
daughter in the early 90s, but prior to
that he Was engaged to a beautiful
Portland girl, whose brother is still
well known iu tho city. Scandal-
266 Morrison Street
200 Women Get Back Their
Hairdresser Failure Causes Scram
ble for Coiffure Makings.
IF you were a lady a perfect lady and
yet one who found that your coiffure
would have to be improved by means
other than those provided by Dame
Nature: if you had been saving your
"combings" for a number of years to be
made into one lovely switch as well as
Innumerable "puffs" and "rolls," and if
you had summoned up courage to take
all .those bits to the hairdresser's, had
left them there, then a few days later
had received a brusque note from the
Sheriff telling you to remove your hair.
Just what would be your feelings?
Whatever they were, they were the
feelings of 200 women who gathered at
Peck's warehouse, Friday afternoon, to
pick out their own "combings" from three
assorted cases of mixed hair. The hair
was loose Just crated, so to speak and
the only way to get one's own was to
grab it, match it with that on one's own
head and then obtain permission to take
Of course, it would not have been so
bad for Just one woman to do that kind
of thing, but then, after Mrs. Smith had
assured Mrs. Jones that "she Just abomi
nated rats," and Mrs. Jones had recipro
cated with the sentiment that "the things
were loathsome," it was Just a little em
barrassing for th(em both to meet at the
salvage of their discarded scraps.
But their discomfiture was nothing to
that of the baldheaded gentleman, who
once a week left his toupee to be washed.
"I am afraid to take off my hat now,"
the bald one wailed.
So he hunted and scraped among the
The occasion was the seizure by the
Sheriff of the Elite Hairdressing Parlors,
Seventh street, on an unpaid bill of $1500
for hair supplied by the Western Fancy
Goods Company. The Fancy concern neg
lected to buy In Its own product for $180.
which, as any woman would admit, was
"simply a perfect bargain in hair."
We ' have for sale a very attractive
quarter-block on Twelfth street south of
Jefferson. On this property there is at
present a very handsome home. This is
In a district where quarter-blocks are be
ing rapidly bought up for apartment
house purposes; price only $23,000.
We have another very attractive piece
near Twenty-second and Flanders. It is
especially attractive on account of its
size, 110x100 feet. On this property there
are four houses bringing in a fair rental.
For price and terms inquire of
CHAS. K. HENRY CO..
Fourth and Oak streets, Portland, Or.
Rich Man's Son Is Torger.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., June 25. Fred
Hatfield's father, a wealthy landowner
of Monrovia, told the youth yesterday
that he would have to earn his own
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mongers got busy with the name of
the handsome minister and the en
gagement was canceled. Mr. Davis
went back to Oakland, only to be fol
lowed by tho specter of gossip. After
stormy scenes he resigned from the
From a ministerial star he deter
mined to change to a theatrical star.
With the veterans he tackled Shake
speare and eventually launched out as
a full-fledged tragedian. But success
was not for him. To begin with, he
had Ideals and it is criminal for an
actor to have theatrical ideals. So
Davis failed and the star temporarily
ceased to glimmer.
Martin Beck heard 'his tale of woe.
Woebegone, Davis said he had a trag
edy, "The Unmasking." Despite prece
dent the Orpheum man said It should
have a trial, and from that moment
Edwards Davis. M. A., divine and the
atrical star, found himself.
As van admirer of Oscar Wilde, he
drifted to the latter's master offering.
And there he says he will stay. He
still keeps his ideals, for he brings
Intellectuality into a sketch In place
of banality and, as Dorian Gray, he
tells the story of a man's troubles.
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living. Young Hatfield, who is 21 years
of age, is In the county Jail today.
charged with having passed forged
checks for amounts aggregating more
than $500. Deputy sheriffs who took
the youth into custody assert they
found a bundle of bad checks In his
possession ranging in amounts from fS
to $2000, all made payable to himself.
The following programme will . be
rendered at The Oaks this afternoon
Afternoon March, "La Ritirata Ital
ians" (Drescher); baritone solo, "Aria
Ebreo" (Apolloin), Sig. G. DeLuchi;
"Christmas Bells" (Seidel); clarinet
solo (GattI), Sig. Combattente; "Rem
iniscences of All Nations" (Godfrey):
intermission; overture, "Raymond'1
(Thomas); cornet solo, polka (Liber
atl), Sig. A. Liberati; "Butterfly Co
quetry" (Voekel); vocal selection, "Er
nani" (Verdi), Misses K. Kldrer and
Deaubrey. Sig. C. Freddi and G. De
Luchi; selection, "La Boheme" (-Puccini).
Evening March, "Chief In Com
mand' (Liberati); piccolo solo.
"Through the Air'' (Damm), Mr. Aug.
Pfeifer; "Waltz Tales of the Vienna
Woods' (Strauss); baritone solo, "Pro
logue Pagllaoci" (Leoncavallo), Sig.
G. DeLuchi; "A Summer Day In Nor
way" (Willmers); Intermission; over
ture, "Ballett Toko" (Llndpalrtner) ;
soprano solo, "Samson and De.ilah"
(Salnt-Saens); "Flower Song" (Lang
ly); vocal selection, "Martha" (Flo-
tow, &isses K. Klarer and Deaubrey.
Sig. C. Freddi and G. DeLuchi; selec
tion from "La Gloconda" (Ponchielll).
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland restaurant. Fine private apart
menu for ladles, a 06 Waalu. near 6th at
Table d'hote Dinner. $1.60.
Sunday, June 26.
Freh Crab Meat Cocktail.
Celery. Bouillon en Taaaee.
Medellum of Sole, sis. Oenevolsa.
Catelatle of Chicken. Crem. Blfted Peas.
1WO Spring- Umb. Mint Saucev
Hashed Potatoes Cauliflower Fleurette.
Tomato Baked with Chicken Ealad
Fresh Strawberries ala Mode. Fancy Cakes.
MacLaren's Cheese. Bent's Crax.
A special 0c chicken dinner today at
Hall's restaurant. S30 Washington at.
Chicken dinner. Peerless Cafeteria, 101
Fifth, near Washington.
FOURTH AT CANNON-BEACH
Special rates on excursions to Cannon
Beach. July 2d to 4th. Get particulars
at Alameda Land Company, 323 Corbett
to loan on East or West Side city prop
erty at 6 per cent. Prefer to divide in
Mrs. Garret6on's Body Sent North.
' VOa ANGE2LE3, Cat, June 2S. T. K.
Garretson, husband of the woman who
with Samuel Ell more, president of the
In manufacturing' and mercantile establishments, where a number
of people are employed, some system of recording their arrival and
departure is essential to insure full return for the payroll ex-,
penditure and to enforce punctuality, regularity and discipline.
For MEN, WOMEN
Columbia River Packers" Association, was
killed in an automobile accident near this
city last Tuesday, arrived from the North
today and ordered the body of his wife
sent to Portland for burial. Garretson
was accompanied by Mrs. I. T. Perkes, a
sister of the dead woman.
Aune, Columbia Bldg., Main. A IsSi.
Take Broadway car and see improve
ments at Alameda Park.
San Francisco Veterinary CoUegre.
Next session begin Sept. 15. Catalog free.
Dr. Chas. Keane. Pres.. 1818 Market St., B. F.
Beer, $1 doz. quarts, delivered to your
home, spring vaiiey w ina
Have Your Eyes Examined
now. You may not like glasses, but
do you like red eye lids, headaches
and wrinkles better? We fit glasses
for comfort, rest and ease, and give
each case our personal attention. Op
tics is our constant study and "we
take a personal interest in every case.
Good -work and low prices is our
motto. Established 1896. No extra
charge for our scientific examination.
DALLAS OPTICAL PARLORS
SIS - 219 VAILING BLDe.
Cor. Third and Waahlnflrtoa Street.
Second Floor. Take Elevator.
Machinists and Boilermakers,
Building- and Structural Work.
Fire Hydrant, Loa- Hauls, Cast
Gears, Hydraulic Giants, Water
Gates, Lumber Trucks, Etc.
HAWTHORNE AYE. AND EAST THIRD
YvMtMYOU COM t TO SPOKANE JlTiT
STOP AT THE Tra-lCUlOTtX
SPOKANE newest anomos.
up to da.te hotel , right m
the heart of the buame¢ett.
Ift the place for comxaercMl na
7 THE "DEY" SYSTEM
gives you a secret record
of all time delivered; it is
the cheapest to install; it is
the most durable and abso
It's a Time and
Money Saver You '
Can't "Beat" It
'Stationery and Printing Co.
Fifth and Oak Sts.
House of Quality
THAT'S A GREAT WORD j
WE invite YOU to test our
values: we'd like the oppor
tunity of convincing, you who
have not yet enlisted as a patron
of this store; give us that oppor
tunity tomorrow; come, see the
splendid Suits at $15, $20, $25.
We are exclusive Portland sellers of
The finest clothes in the world priced at
$25, $30. $35, $40 up to S50
Portland Photo Supply Co. gS!&SSZ'
Grand Trunk Pacific Steamships
The Now Steel Steamship " Prince Rupert
Lensrth. 820- feet Twin Screw 18
Water-Tight Bulkheads Wireless Telegraph.
MOST LUXURIOUS OX PACIFIO COAST.
( Victoria. Vanconver, Prlni
Seattle tO l Queen Charlotte Islands. ;
SIX DAYS', CRUISE
Inclndlna? Meals and Berlin.
Leave Seattle June 19, 26. July 3. 10, 17, 24. at Midnight Sundays.
For tickets and reservations apply to local ticket agents or J. H.
BURGIS, Q. A. P. D., Grand Trunk Pacific Steamships, First avenue and
Yesler Way. Seattle, Wash.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
ITew steel and brick structure. Furnished at
cost of $200,000. Every comfort and con
venience. Oe caxiines transferring all oyer
city. Omnibus meets trains and steamers.
Send for Booklet with map of Sau Francisco
EG EE EG EB
EE EE) EG EH
of solid comori-
European Plan $1 SU? r
3.00 SAMPLE DERBY. FELT. STRAW SI.SO
m riab Cleaned. Blocked aOci Panamas,
Sl.Tiinunine 25c each. Ladies' Hals
retfS Remodeled. Wiow Plume, tcned sad
-3.' 3 Orl. ComtJet Line of Milliners.
' 31 9 ALDER ST. PORTLAND
"Ti li'lllii-"" I
SHERMAN CLAY HALL
Sixth and Morrison Streets.
June 27, 28 and 29
Several hundred -Enlarged Pictures. Ex
pert demonstrators. Free admission.
See the simplicity of the Kodakway and
buy your Kodak from
knots per hour Double
Prince Rupert, Portland Canal,
, and stensrt, taeVew bom
Stewart and Return
All Sizes and Prices
O. B. STUBBS
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
61 Sixth Street
Portland, Or. .
PHONES MAIN 1896 A-169
"Western Summer Institute,
July 5 to August 5, 1910.
West Park and Madison Sts.
1. Certificates. County and
2. Music. Direction of S. E.
3. Drawing. Direction of
Esther W. Wuest.
Address, D. A GROUT,
1625 E. Main St.,
OF THE PORTLAND ART ASSOCIATION
Reopens October 3. 1910. Drawing-, por
trait, life, sketch, color, design and chil
dren's classes. For. circular apply to
MVSEUM OP ART,
Fifth and Taylor Sts, Portland, Of.