The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, July 03, 1910, SECTION THREE, Page 7, Image 35

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    THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN. . PORTLAND, JULY 3, 1910.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Chiropractors in Convention. The
Oregon Chiropractic Association held
its fourth annual convention on Wed
THE SALE
YOU HAVE BEEN
WAITINC FOR
THE BARGAIN
EVENT OF TH
SEASON
nesday and Thursday, June 29 and SO
In the T. W. C. A. auditorium. The
morning sessions were devoted to the
business of the association, while the
afternoons were used for the reading
of papers on subjects pertaining to the
profession, each being followed by a
general discussion, an opportunity be
ing given for the audience to ask
questions. The following papers were
". . OBEGONIAJT TEIXPHOXIA,
Paelflc States. Horn,
connttn sroom ..........Main 7O70 'A. 6095
City Circulation .....Main 7070 A G09S
Managing Editor......... Main 707O A 8095
Sunday Editor. .......... .Main 7070 A 09S
Composing-room .......Main 7070 A 6095
City Editor Main 7070 A 6093
Bupt. Buildings Main 7070 A 6095
AMUSEMENTS. .
OHPHETTM THEATER (Morrison betwesn
61xth and Seventh) Vaudeville. ThU
afternoon at 2: IS and tonight at 8:15-
EAKER THEATER (Third, between Ttn
fcllj and Taylor) Baker Stock Company In
The Three or TJ. This afternoon at 2:15
and tonight at 8:15.
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Vaudeville. This aXternoon at 2:15: to
night at 7:30 and 9.
LYRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Armstrong Mualcal Comedy Company In
-The Twins." This afternoon at 2:30 and
tonight at 7:30 and 9.
6TAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Motion pictures. Continuous, from 1:80 to
10:80 P. M.
OAKS PARK (a W. P. carllne) Literati,
concert band, th! afternoon and tonight
OKECOX1AN AT KJESOBTS.
For the Quickest delivery of The
Oreflronl&n at Summer resorts, sub
scribe through the following agents.
City rates. Subscriptions by mall are
payable Invariably in advance.
Ocean Park D. E. Beechey.
TjtmK Beach, Stranhal at Co.
Seaview Aberdeen Store.
Dwsco Ry. Co. News agent.
Colombia Beach M. Xj. Gallagher.
Gearhart Parle K. J. Fairllurst.
Seaside Dresser A Co.
Bay Ocean Weaver A Weaver.
Pacific city D. F. Edmonds.
Newport Geo. Sylvester.
Carson. Wash Mineral Springs
Hotel Co.
St. Martin's Springs Charles G
Sawyer.
Collins Springs C. T. Belcher.
Garbage Caches Bad Odors. Bad odors
floating about the vicinity of 421 Haw
thorne avenue, caused Dr. Nelson, who
owns an apartment-bouse at that address,
to complain to the police, charging that
the offense came from a number of vege
table carts, owned by Chinese and stored
in an adjoining stable. Patrolman Leavens
-was sent to investigate ' and found that
the Chinese kept their carts in a much
better state of sanitation than might
Ihave been expected. The officer investi
gated further and reported that the odors
of which Dr. Nelson's tenants. complained
came from the garbage which they them
selves threw out. The matter was re
ferred to the B-ard of Health.
Brother George Goes East. A fare
well reception was tendered Brother
George, P. S. C, vice-president of the
Christian Brothers Business College, on
Grand avenue, on the eve of his depar
ture for the East, John Edwin Keneftck
epoke on behalf of the students and Mrs.
W. Bivers spoke for the mothers. Brother
George made appropriate response. He
"will be back in Portland August 15 to
resume bis duties in the college.
Officers wm. Submit Reports. Offi
cers of the Selrwood Commercial Club
will submit full reports at the first an
nual meeting next Wednesday night at
the clubhouse on Umatilla avenue. Re
marks will be made by Dr. R. S. Stearns,
retiring president, and others on good of
the order. Five governors will be elected.
Refreshments will be served followed
with a social session.
Michael, Healt's Kltkbraij Held. The
funeral of Michael Healy, who died June
29, was held yesterday morning from St.
Mary's Church, Williams avenue and
Stanton street, and interment was made
In Mount Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Healy
was 47 years old. He was a' brother of
Thomas Healy, of Portland, and James
Healy. of Tacoma.
Sunday akd Fourth or Bxctjr
eiox. To Cascade Locks and return, on
steaz3ir BaL'cy Gatzert, leaving Alder-st.
wharf at 9 A. M.. returning, arrive at 5:30
P. M. fare $1 round trip. Secure your
tickets early, only a limited number to
be sold. Phone Main 914 or A E112.
George Clapper Dies at S3.rGeorge
Clapper died at tb-i home of his daughter,
Mrsu J. H. Bagley, 413 Holladay avenue,
Thursday at the age of 83 years and 6
months. He came to Portland recently
from New York. The funeral was held
yesterday from Holman's chapel.
We Ssli. hair mattresses retail at
wholesale prices, for 30-pound beds from
$7.60 and up. We renovate mattresses
and return them the same day. Portland
Curled Hair Factory. H. Metzger, pro
prietor, 226-23S Front et, Main 474, A 1374.
Celebration at Vancouvar the Fourth,
steamer lone will make four round trips
leaving Washington-st. dock at 8:30 A. M.,
12:30, 4:30 and 8:30 P. M., returning will
leave Vancouver at 10:30 A. M., 2:30, 6:30
and 10:30 P. M. Fare 25 cents.
Short River Trips
To Oregon City
Sunbat, Boat Leaves
Taylor-Street Dock.
9 A. M.. 12 M., 3 P. M.
Round Trip 45 Cents.
Big, old-fashioned Fourth of July cele
bration at Oregon City. Free hose
races, free balloon ascension, baseball
erame and water sports; 50 minutes from
Portland. 80 minute service.
Races! Racks! Races!
The returns of the big fight will be re
ceived by round at the racetrack July 4,
-.eeven good races. Admission 60 cents, in
1 eluding grandstand.
As Elegant new home, modern In
every detail, Portland's finest section,
furnished completely throughout, for rent
to desirable people for four to six months-
I o children; references. F 100 Oregonian.
.big, old-fashioned Fourth of July cele
bration at Oregon City. Free hose
xaces. free balloon ascension, baseball
frame and water sports; 60 minutas from
: j-oruauo, so minute service.
"Waverlt-Richmond Meeting Called.
.There will be a special meeting of the
I fWaverly-Richmond Improvement Asso-
elation Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, at
!Waverly hall.
Races! Races! Races! Riverside Driv
l Ing Club, Saturday and Monday. July 2
, and 4. Tea good races at Portland Coun
' try Club. Admission 60 cents. Including
grandstand.
A Limited amount of capital etock of
an established manufacturing concern
for sale; 8 per cent guaranteed; bank
references. N 88, Oregonian.
Desk Room for rent, use of private
office and both phonea Room 6, 8S
Third St., opp. Chamber of Commerce.
Fireworks. Our entire stock to be sold
at cost. - This Is the last year for cele
brating. Seid Back, 310 First street.
Mrs. Joint Chan is sending for second
consignment of Scotch shawls and travel
ing rugs.. Order solicited. Main 8S2.
Coleman and Mackie,
Ab stractors,
. Have moved to too Oregonian bldg.
Diamonds. Gems of the first water
only. C. Chrlstensen, second floor Cor-
bett building. Take' elevator.
Entertainers. Ben Davla, Ed Leigh
ton and Bob Forrest at Twelve-Mile
House, afternoon and evening.
Jefpries-Johnsou Fight returns at the
Oaks Tavern. Meala a la carte. All kinds
of liquors served.
Swiss Watch Repairing. C. Chrtoten
een, 2d floor Corbett bldg. Take elevator.
Bargain in Laurelhurst lot, $750, easy
payments. See owner, 224 Henry bldg.
Dr. Bdoab IT. Brown, rectal diseases.
822-823 Corbett building.
Elbctric Cleaners rented. Main 1233.
Printing? Aaaley, cheapest best, 250 Oak j
by Dr. Powell: "Typhoid Fever." by Dr.
Stone; "The Thyroid Gland," by Dr.
Ely; "Contagious and Infectious Dis
eases," by Dr. Powell. The newly
elected officers are: President, Dr. W.
O. Powell; first vice-president. Dr.
Irviner L. Tickner: second vice-presi
dent. Dr. F. D. Ely; secretary. Dr. W. E.
Slater; treasurer. Dr. L. M. Gordon. The
executive board Is composed of the
officers together with Dr. F. I Peter
son and Dr. A. N. Briggs.
Man Cut in Discussion of Unions. Roy
Rounds and Elliot P. Leonard engagea
in a fight at First and Madison streets
Friday night, and someone cut Leonard
severely In the neck. Leonard Is a
teamster and Rounds a waiter, and the
trouble is said to have started from a
discussion of unionism. Judge Bennett
fined Leonard J20. Rounds was de
clared a common nuisance and sent
to the rockpile for 10 days.
Cruelty to Team Punished. Jack
Clancy was arrested by Patrolman
Burks at Sixty-seventh street and
Sandy Road, Friday night, charged
with being drunk and with cruelty to
animals. A woman reported to the of
ficer that Clancy and two other men
had lain in the brush all day while
team of horses stood without food or
water. Clancy was fined 120.
Church Addition Planned. Plans are
being drawn for an addition to the
west end of the Tacoma-Avenue Pres
byterian Church and also for some
other improvements. The addition Is
to take care of the increase In the
Sunday school. The cost of these Im
provements will be about $1500. Rev.
D. A. Thompson Is pastor of this
church.
The- Board op Medical Examiners for
the State of Oregon will hold the reg
ular July examinations of applicants
for state medical and osteopathic
licenses at the Lincoln High School
building. Fourteenth and Morrison
streets, July 5, 6 and 7. The examina
tions begin at 9 o'clock A. M.
Fire Sals Corsets. The entire stock
of corsets of Mrs. Marie Zeitfuchs will
be sold at room 315 Flledner building,
Tenth and Washington. The stock con
sists of Redfern, Warner's Parisette
and Crosby Front Lacing. "
Celebrate Tour Fourth
At Oregon City,
Take Boat From
Tatlor-St. Dock, at
6 and 11 A. M., 2 and 5 P. M.
Round Trip 45 Cexts.
Rev. W. G. Eliot, Jr. will preach today
upon "The Convenant and the Miracle"
at the Church of Our Father (Unitar
ian), Seventh and Yamhill streets, 11
A. M. Sunday school and Evening ser
vices are omitted for the Summer.
Trolley Excursions tomorrow July 4,
to Estacada and Upper Clackamas
River points, 75 cents round trip. Trains
leave East Water and Morrison streets
every hour from 6:50 A. M. to 6:50 P.
M. Tickets must be purchased.
Trolley excursions today to Estacada
and Upper Clackamas River points, 75
cents round trip. Trains leave East
Water and Morrison streets every hour
from 6:50 A. M. to 6:50 P- M. Tickets
must be purchased.
Mrs. Militz to Speak. Mrs. Annie RIx
Militz, of California, will speak before
the Portland Fellowship Circle tonight
at 8 o'clock In the SelUng-Hlrsch
building. All are Invited.
EOCKAWAT ' AND OCEANLAKB BEACH lots
will be advanced in price August 1.
Better see Tillamook Bay Co., owners,
at 319 Lumber Exchange, without de
lay. Trollet Trips today to Oregon City,
45 cents round trip. Trains leave East
Water and East Morrison streets every
30 minutes, on the hour and half -hour.
Trolley Trips tomorrow to Oregon City
45 cents round trip. Trains leave East
Water and Morrison streets every 30
minutes, on the hour and half-hour.
The business of the late William
Klumpp will be carried on as hereto
fore. Only the best quality of work
produced. 826V4 Washington street.
$40,000 to loan at 6 per cent on East
or West Side property; will divide this
amount In two or three mortgages.
AC 101. Oregonian.
Remember the big confetti battle at
Oregon City on the Fourth of July.
O. Korber, manager.
Established Automobile! Business with
garage and repair shop for 6ale. AB 77,
Oregonian.
Will trade for automobile, $1250 equity
In Irvington home. AF 100, Oregonian.
(First-Class restaurant for sale. Inquire
at Brandes Grill, 103 Sixth St.
Old Whips repaired at reasonable
prices at 205 Stark street.
Wooster'b fat Havana, 408 Wash.
Special Sunday dinner at Richards' $1.
IRVINGTONBARGAINS.
$1500 50x100 on 23d St., near Knott.
$1400 50x100 on 23d St., near Stanton.
$1600 50x100 on 20th St- near Stanton.
$3300 90x100 corner 17th St.. and
Stanton.
$1500 50x100 on 12th St., near Thomp
son. $1700 50x100 on 24th St., near Thomp
son. $6750 Large 8-room house on E. 18th,
near Thompson; all improve
ments In and paid.
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.,
Cor. 22d and- Brazee Sts. E. 935.
GEE AT
HIGH
GRADE CLOTHING
and Summer Suits, every
of A. B. Steinbach & Cos
We have on liand about 2200 Spring
this seasons make, embracing the lines
make; Brokaw Bros, and Rogers Peet ? Cos finest makes and the
brated College Brand Clothes for young men. This is undoubtedly
greatest opportunity to supply yourself with a Spring or Summer
extra pair .of trousers, an overcoat or a slip-on.
THE REDUCTIONS ARE GENUINE No exaggerated or ficti
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tious values quoted in any of our sales; every garment priced with th
original price ticket. You fully recall our former great sales.
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MEN'S SUITS
$50.00 Suits now $37.50 $25.00 Suits nowgl8.75
BOYS' KNICKER SUITS
$40.00 Suits now $30.00
$35.00 Suits now $25.85
$30.00 Suits now $22.35
$22.50 Suits now $17.QQ
$20.00 Suits now $14,85
$15.00 Suits now $11.35
MEN'S TROUSERS
$10 Trousers now $8.00 $ 7 Trousers now S5.85
$15 Boys' Suits now Si 1 .25 $9.00 Boys' Suits now S6.8Q
$ 9 Trousers now $7,00
$ 8 Trousers now $6.35
Blue Serge
reduced prices ;
$ 6 Trousers now $5.00
$ 5 Trousers now $4. 1 5
$14 Boys' Suits now $10.50
$12 Boys' Suits now $9.00
$10 Boys' Suits now $7.50
COLLEGE
$30.00 College Suits now $22.50
$25.00 College Suits now $18.75
$22.50 College Suits now $16.90
$8.00 Boys' Suits now $6.00
$7.50 Boys' Suits now $5.60 J
$5.00 Boys' Suits now $3.75
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CLOTHES
$20.00 CoTWft Suits now SK Pf.
$18.00 College Suits now $13.sl
$15.00 College Suits now $H.?J
$12.50 College Suits now $9J?
Suits at reduced prices; Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits
Black Semi-Dress Suits at reduced prices.
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Store Will Be Closed Monday, July 4th, Independence Day
Beer, $1 doz. quarts, delivered to your
home. Spring Valley Wine Co.
WHERE T0 DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland restaurant. Fine private apart
ments lor lames. 3U& ivasn., near blast.
Special Musical Programme "Web
ber's -orchestra will entertain guests of
the Standard Cafeteria near Fifth and
Oak. from 5 to 8 P. M. today. You
should visit the Standard and test Its
excellent menu and popular prices.
There Is no more delightful place in
the city in. which to enjoy your meals.
Special Sunday dishes.
A special 50c chicken dinner today ait
Hall's restaurant. S10 Washington at.
Chicken dinner. Peerless Cafeteria, 104
Fifth, near Washington.
SPECIAL CAR SERVICE.
For 'Big Celebration at Vancouver.
On Monday, July 4. the Vancouver cars
will leave Portland at 6 A. M., and every
half hour thereafter until 11:30 P. M.
The ferry will leave Vancouver at
A. M., and every half hour thereafter
until 12 mlila'glit
HOTELS.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Aune. Columbia Bldg.. Main, A 1CS5.
TWO
DIAMONDS
of equal weight are often
of widely different values
Quality, Cutting and Color are what determine the true
worth of a diamond.- A perfectly cut stone is worth 25
to 50 per cent more than one of ill shape. There is even
more difference as to quality, and a diamond that is pure
in color is often worth ten times as much as its mate that
is yellow. '
It's worth something to yon to know that we handle
no diamonds of questionable character. For that reason
it's as safe for a child to buy at our store as if an expert
examined the stone. Oar prices are the same tm everyone
and no partiality shown. ,
JAEGER BROS.
JEWELERS
OPTICIANS
266 Morrison Street.
THE LARGE STORE
Between Third and Fourth
HOT
STEWART
SAN FRANCISCO
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Wew steel nd brick strut: lure. 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 -frith map of San Francisco
WwtN you cone To spokanc Just
stop at the Tatirroont
SPOKANE newest sum most
up to date hotel . right m
the heart of the bu sine Si cental.
m
Ift the place for commercwl i
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Teachers' Review
Western Summer Institute,
July 5 to August 5, 1910.
West Park and Madison Sts.
DEPARTMENTS.
1. Certificates, County and
City. .
2. Music Direction of S. E.
Hunter..
3. Drawing. Direction of
Esther W. Wuest.
Address, D. A GROUT,
1625 E. Main St.,
Portland, Oregon.
PHOENIX
IRON WORKS
Enartneera, Founders,
Machinists and Boilermakers,
Building; and Structural Work.
WE MAKE
Fire Hydrants, Lok Haols, Cast
Gears, Hydraulic Giants, Water
Gates, Lumber Tracks, Etc
HAWTHORNE AYE. AND EAST THIRD
FORTLAKD, OR.
"We can equip your office to suit your needs, make your 'special
counters and cabinets in steel or wood and furnish, your office
or building complete. '
Our SOLID Mahogany and Oak Office Furniture is as much
superior to "veneered" furniture as Sterling Silver is superior to
'plated" ware.
Both "veneer" and "plate" look "as good"
.when new, but neither will stand the quality;
test of the genuine article in service.
We will take your old furniture off
your hands at highest prices, trade you
a strictly modern equipment in Keep
ing with the growth of your business for a reasqnable consid
eration, and fill your office with an air of prosperity FREE.
CUTLER'S, the only SOLID Oak and Mahogany line made,
can be obtained only through us. Get Catalogue.
KILHAM STATIONERY & PRINTING CO.
Fifth and Oak Streets.
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reworks
Our entire stock of Fireworks must
be sold out this year. , This is the last
opportunity for celebrating in the
city. We occupy two stores for re
tail. All goods cold at cost.
BOW YUEN & CO.
110 Second St.
69 North 4th St
Belmont School
. (FOR BOYS)
Belmont. California iTSKo
U trylnr to do for the moral, pbyiicsl and intellectual wel
fare of its boy what erery thoufhtful parent moct wuhei to
have done. Xta location beyond the diremons and tempta
tions of town or city, tbe fineness of it climate, the beauty
of its traildintr and crouods. tbe ranre and attractireness of
tbe aurronndinr counter are most helpful aids. Our new
dormitory with cement plaster finish, Spanish tile roof, white
tiled bath and shower rooms, steam heated and electric lirbted.
is unsurpassed for beauty, comfort and health fulness. Ask
our patrons, our rraduatcs and. oar boys about us. and writs
ns for specific in frnnsTjitTi
WM. T. REID. A. M. Hsmr) HssJ.Ms.tsr
W.T.REIO.JR..A.M.(Hsrrsi(Ajs'tHesVMut.
ELECTRI
FANS
All Sizes and Pric
O. B STUBB
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY C
61 Sixth Street
Portland, Or.
PHONES MAIN 1696 A-1696
Normal Training School
PORTLAA'D, OR EG OX.
Prepares Teachers for
Kindergarten and Primary
Address Miss Elisabeth IC Matthews,
Oak Grove, Orearon.
ART SCHOO
OF THE PORTLAND ART ASS0CIA11
tteopens uctooer 3. 1910. Drawing, r
trait, lifo, sketch, color, design and ci
arena Classes. tor circular apply
Fifth and Taylor Sts.. Portland.
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