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THE OEEG ON, DAILY JOTJItN AL,
PORTLAXD, TUESDAY EVENING; JANUARY 19. 1904:
Items of Local Interest for Busy
. Journal Readers.
J; A' ftiisical will be held at the tea
man's Institute, 100 North Frpnt street,
tomorrow night. The program is as fol
lows: - Downs : Mandolin . elub; reading,
Miss Eugenia : Craig; vocal solo, uMisa
Watson; reading. Miss Ethel Webb; vio
lin, solo, Miss Julia Burke; vocal solo.,
Master Thomas Dobson; recitation. Miss
Testa Seigneur; -vocal solo. Miss Lena
Harwas; violin solo, C A. Chambers;
vocal solo, Miss Connolly. ' A comedy In
one act; Miss. O'Brien, Mr. Dole, Mr.
Bheerham, MIhs Mariaz, Miss Katherlne
Schneider, Miss Lesta Seigneur. 4
William T. Moore ' and Charles E.
Short, formerly partners In a printing
firm, yesterday brought suit In Justice
Read's court against John F. Cordray,
claiming that the .defendant owes them
$22. The complaint alleges that be
tween February 1 and 15, 190Z, the
printers composed 73,300 ems,, of, lino
type used In printing a weekly period
; deal called- "The Bee," They asBert that
.the value of their services was $22 and
- that no part of the bill has been paid.
On February 8, the congregation of
the First Evangelical English church
will hold a .celebration at which the
mortgage wblch, has cloudedthe prop
erty for 18 years wlll .be burned. ; About
a year ago. Pantor G.W. Plumer Started
I VI B inn lilviio iubtu ... auu UO.J9
raised the necessary II, 600,. which wai
h naM rt thA foftnlr nnri hn ' nrr.nr.rtv Itt
i now clear. -
, Physical culture for alL
$4.00 for S months course. . ..
. Two evenings a week. . . , '
. Fine gymnasium and bath's,
i Private. treatment for health, vitality.
, Rlngler Physical Culture school,
309 Alder street, phone Main 1951. ,
Consultation, and catalogue free.
Subscriptions are being solicited by
Mt.. Tabor . camp, . Woodmen of the
World, for building a hall to take the
place of the one burned about a year
ago. A number of . the lodges are at
present compelled to hold their meet
ings In Portland. ? ":
Health Is protected by healthy food.
Violet Oats is healthy, , because the
grain . Is thoroughly scoured before
crushed; . It is grown in 'Oregon and
Washington and Is healthy Itself. White
House Cook Book free. . Coupons In
t-very package. ; -.
Sacred Heart church, at a meeting of
the members, elected the following new
officers: L. langenberg, president; P.
Warmuth, secretary; Messrs. Thomas
Dunn and Fr'eldraan. ushers. It was
also decided to put in new pews and 4
new altar. -,
Baumkuchen, lubkuchen, pfeffernuse
and stollen these German delicacies are
only to be had at the Royal Bakery and
Confectionery, Park and Washington.
There are many other toothsome things
cooked there.t oo. It is Portland's great
bakery. . "
At Artisans hall this evening, the
Civic Improvement League of Fairvlew,
will give chicken dinner. In order to
aisc- toncyt-repalr " the-sldewalka
leading across the mud puddles to the
schoolhouse at tha,t. point. s ... I
. Linen laundry Is very carefully cared
for at the Union Laundry, Second and
Columbia. Its - steam-heated polisher
does not injure the goods by scorching,
as do fire-heated ones. The Union Is
Portland's great laundry.
The second term of the current school
term at Portland academy - will-begin
Monday. February 1, 1904, at 9 o'clock
a. m. Catalogue may be obtained on
if queHt. Portland academy, Portland,
Oregon. ... . .
Some people are hard some are easy
to please. We cater to the former. We
')ave confidence in our ability to please.
Peaslee Bros. Co.. fine printers, Sher
. lock building. ','., :,. . t
Fine dayl Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. Two stores
Washington and 6th, Morrison and 6th.
Steamers tor The Dalles will leave
Alder-street wharf Tin, daily (except
Free dispensary for wbrthy poor,
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, X p. m.
Bt Vincent's hospital.
If you don't bowl at the Portland al
leys, you should. Everybody else does.
First and Stark. .
When you're down town and hungry
hunt the Savoy, Fifth street, opposite
Old postoflice. y
Our eating is all an epicure could de
sire. Patronise us. . The Savoy, Op. old
X . v. ........ - .... I...
' Alblna people, get photos at Thwaltes',
608 Williams ave. Cabinets $2.60 dosen.
1 Your Watch will keep time if repaired
by B. V. Lamotte, 449 Olisan street.
Columbia river smelts So per pound.
Fulton Market, Third and Tamhill.
E. H. Moorehouse A Co., at Seventh
and Alder. Telephone Mala 114$.
. Olympic Pancakes anyone can eat.
MANN &. BEACH
92 Second Street
Ground Floor .
Low Prices ..
WE MEND FREE
All the clothes sent, to this Laundry to
be washed. : We darn the socks and sew
on buttons as well. Then, too, we give
a positive guarantee to wash any un
derwear without shrinking.
A phone cay will blng our wagon at
once. . -, .
.OREGON LAUNDRY and
v TOILET SUPPLY CO.
C X. EVANS, Mgr. Tel. East 4$,
: MUST BE STOPPED
OHxsr or policb hxtnt gives fa-
TBOX.USH STRICT OB9EBS TO
MAKE BEFOBT OK THE IB SUS
PICIONS OP EXXSTIWer GAMES
rOXJCE KEAH BUSINESS. .
Before the day detail of patrolmen
as they - were reporting for duty this
morning, Chief of Police Hunt declared
himself in no uncertain terms In ref
erence to Chinese lotteries. . .
During the cast few days Chief Hunt
has said In strong language to The Jour-
nai that he would not permit any of
these gambling games to run. To the
officers he reiterated this declaration,
and reinforced It with suggestions as to
wtiat methods, they are to pursue in
trying to stamp out the evil.
In beginning his talk Chief Hunt re
ferred to the current report that the
Chinese have lately started their lot
teries in spite of previous police orders
that none - was to run and the decision
of the courts that the 'anti-lottery law
Is constitutional and legal. Continuing
the chief stated that the orders of
Mayor Williams were explicit, and would
permit of no misunderstanding. The
mayor's command was that no. lottery,
games are to be operated In Portland.
"I want the officers to use every en
deavor; to get evidence of any games
that ! are running,"., he ''continued.
"Wherever.. ;.you. a veni haveLa.1 suspicion
that the law is -being violated in this
respect I want you td report It and I
shall detail special officers to Investi
gate and to take the proper action. ' .;
Then Chief Hunt referred to the ar
rests of , Chinese lottery gamblers by
Sergeant Carpenters and Officer Resing.
He told the men he had heard that many
secret drawings were being held in Chi
nese .fan-tan gambling houses. ,
. "This must be stopped If we have to
blockade their doors with every man on
the force," he emphatically declared.
'; Following their raid of an alleged lot
tery game at 68 Fourth street Saturday,
where Lai Wah, the altered proprietor,
was taken into custody. Carpenter and
Resing entered the place of Quin Wah
at 106 Second street where, it Is al
leged, lottery tickets and the parapher
nalia for printing them were ; found.
Quin Wah was arrested but he deposited
$100 ball. In his place was Ah Chung
who was arrested for visiting a lottery
game.', . ... . 'V.
BOY HORSE THIEF
DONS GIRL'S CLOTHES
After a week in the city Jail Osmund
Heise, aged 18, who created consterna
tion among horse owners two weeks ago
by-tealing their blooded t stock, was
again admitted to the home of the Boys'
and Girls Aid society this morning. Of
ficer Hawley took the boy from the Jail
to the home without mishap in ' spite
of the lad's reputation for - being - ex
. As punishment for his misdeed and to
prevent him from again running away
from the home, Superintendent Gardner
will place the young culprit In girl's
clothes, and he has already been dubbed
"Balay. Attired as a female the- lad
cannot so easily run away and for a
time, at least, - no opportunity will be
given Helse to again escape. '
When Osmund stepped-Into a shirt
waist, petticoats and skirt today young
Terry Nelson also again donned pants
and shirts. The latter ran away last
week and since his return has been a
"girl known as "Carrie." Today, how
ever, Terry told Mr. Gardner that he
would not run away again, but would
stay as long as he was wanted, and when
given permission to go would promise to
be good. v
Young Helse told Officer Hawley he
didn't want to stay In Jail, go to the
home or to a college at Richmond, Ind.,
where his father, wishes to send him.
He says he desires to be at his home
with his mother.
The Helse boy has been in trouble
many times. His most reoent escapade
was when he and a companion stole
numerous horses and buggies Intending
to start a Wild West show. They
picked out the best horses In the city.
- Petitions invoking the Initiative on the
proposed direct primary law will proba
bly be in circulation by next Monday,
at the latest, according to A. L. Mills,
the president of the Direct Nomination
league. The time for obtaining signa
tures Is very short, but Mr. Mills says
that a vigorous canvass wtll be made and
the officers of the league feel confident of
getting the required number of names.
The petition must be filed with the
secretary of state at least four months
before the date of the general election.
As the election will take place on June
C, the latest date for filing is February
(. The number of signatures must be
equal to eight per Cent of the vote cast
for Judge of 'the supreme court at 'the
last preceding election, which' will re
quire in the present Instance 7,01$ sig
natures. ' l. ;
; The proposed law and the petitions
are now In a printer's hands, and will not
be ready before Friday or Saturday.; If
the work of canvassing for signatures
does not begin until Monday, less than
two weeks will then remain before Feb
ruary : 6, when the petitions must be
filed with the, secretary of -state. Only
duly registered voters can sign the pe
titions' and some verification of their sig
natures must be attached. The task of
sceuring 7,000 signatures in so brief a
time is serious, but the officers of 'the
Direct Nomination league propose to ac
complish it if possible. ,
A question has been raised whether
amendments to the constitution can be
adopted at the coming election, but this
has no bearing upon ths proposed direct
primary law. It is not to be an amend
ment to the constitution, but statute.
BETTEB SEBVICB POB- OBOOK.
In order, to insure prompt service to
residents of Crook county the postal de
partment has ordered that the star route
carrier leave Shaniko dally at 11:45 a.
m., instead of 8:15, as formerly. Owing;
to the uncertain schedule of the Shanlko
train, the carrier was obliged to leave
pften before the train arrived, and thus
the people had to wait 24 hours for their
mall. .-.' ' -! '
Clergymen Take" Notice. ;
Applications for clergy certificates for
the year 1904 are now at the office of A.
L. Craig, general passenger agent of the
Oregon Railroad , . & Navigation com
pany, and those-entitled to permits will
"Vla call at room 2, Worcester build
ing.' for the same, , , . ; - .
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MEETS VITII FAVOR
iPPBOFBiATioar ros 1904 nxxo
BT COTJKCILMEW AT $60,000, AWT)
HEW APT ABATTJS" WILL BB PBO
VISED CITT JAXIi BEPAXBS EIU)
UP IBCBXASE SAXJLBIES.
"The city- council men In session yes
terday with' the ways and means com-
mittce with one or two exceptions were-
afflicted with shortsightedness when it
came to increasing salaries. Council
man Albee, part of the time assisted by
Sherrett and one or two others, fought
all down the line for better pay, but
they , were defeated generally when it
came i to ' a vote. It was principally
through their efforts, though, that City
Physician Zan's pay wns raised from
$W5 to $150 month, and sevefal.other
Increases were made. Assistant Drafts
man Breltbaupt. in City Engineer EN
llott's department, got an Increase from
$76 to $85 per month, and It took a lot
of talk before, the conservatives agreed
to the exception. : .'; ' J-
, "Would you want this man to .work
for you at such a stipend?" queried Mr.
Albee to Councilman Bentley. - The lat
ter answered in the negative and Albee
added, "that a man ought to get enough
pay to provide bread , and butter, at
least."' ::' t ""-.-:
The street cleaning and sweeping de
partment also found favor in the com"
mlttee'a eyes..Other .members thought
it ought to be supplied with more men
and apparatus. The appropriation was
set at $60,000, and provisions were made
for new apparatus. "They ought ; to
have 200 men, ' insisted several of ' the
liberals, and it was very evident that
itle councilmen realized the necessity of
keeping the streets In decent shape, es
pecially in view of the coming exposi
tion in 1906. . .
The city museum also met with favor.
The appropriation was doubled from the
$1,000 granted last year to $2,000 for
1904..,;. ..--,.! - - :t -
The principal subject of discussion
during the general talking tournament
which followed was the city Jail. The
regular estimate was approved, and City
Auditor Devlin remarked that it was
unusually " thorough and complete.
"Rather' replied Councilman Bentley,
"for everything Is here, from toothpicks
to coal." - '
"Well, how about this $10,000 for re
pairs?" asked Chairman Zimmerman. "1
for one am dead set against It," he in
sisted with emphasis. '"What should be
done is to tear down the old ramshackle
trap and build a decent Jail in a good
"Oh. there, is nothing the matter with
the locality," replied Mr. Albee, "but the
building is really in very poor shape."
Another councilman remarked that
every time he went to the Jail he thought
of the bear pit out In City park, and
this raised a general laugh. It was fin
ally decided to hold up the appropria
tion for repairs until some other time.
The street sign appropriation of $4,000
was increased by the addition of another
$2,000, and the general sentiment was
that If more was needed It would be
forthcoming. ., ,
. Because there was nothing to show
that he was the guilty party, Charles
Ladd, who was arrested in this city last
week on suspicion of being the lonely
highwayman who robbed Falts saloon
and gambling house at The Dalles De
cember 22, has been released. Prose
cuting' Attorney Menefee concluded that
there- was nothing to warrant holding
the man, being convinced that there was
no evidence Implicating Ladd with the
crime. There was no preliminary ex
amlnatton at The Dalles. Ladd was in
The Dalles the night of the holdup,
leaving on the early morning train fol
lowing the sensational episode. .This
was one circumstance which led to his
being suspected. , Ladd Is now a resi
dent of Portland, living here with his
mother. He formerly resided at La
Grande.-. . . .
FROM THE EAST
tellers from many people - in Iowa,
Colorado and several other eastern
states are sent to the board of trade
and chamber of commerce for in forma
tion and statistics regarding the climate.
possibilities and general opportunities
held forth by this city and state for set
tlers. A. Franklin Clark wrote the
board of trade requesting pamphlets for
himself and IS other families who kre
thinking of making Oregon their fu
ture home. It is evident also from the
numerous inquiries .that the Lewis and
Clark exposition is being well adver
tlsed In the East and Middle West.
- J. D: Lee, secretary of the board of
trade, forwards information In regard
to the fair in all answers to the letters
he receives. ; ' ,
TO BUY ELEVATOR
FOR HOME FOR AGED
For the purpose of raising money to
place an elevator In the Old People S
Home, a theatrical performance will be
given in the Empire theatre tomorrow
night. Vaudeville win be tne dm. pro
fessionals from every company In the
city will take part and several amateurs
will also appear.,, Tne entertainment is
under charge of the sisters in charge
of the home. - . ,
O. M. CO. NEW MANAGER.
The Position Vacated by John Peller.
max Vow Occupied by Mr. O. B.
Thornbnrg of Mosoow, Idaho.
The new manager of the O. M. Co.,
Mr. C. B. Thornburg, who assumed the
duties yesterday morning, is a man of
wide experience, having had years of
training in several large eastern cities
where he has held responsible positions.
At the present time Mr. Thornburg is
proprietor of a large department store
In Moscow as well as a stockholder in
the O. M. Co. The patrons of the O. M.
Co. will find the gentleman-a thorough
business man who will look after their
wants in a polite and courteous manner,
He Is a great believer in truthful adver
tising statements, ana. wm no doubt is
sue some interesting store news to the
i - t - :
STBB CUBE FOB PH.ES.
Ttrhln dies produce moisture and
cause itching, this form, as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Plies are
curea ny ur. co-n-Ko rua jnemeay,
Rtorm itchina- and bleeding. Absorbs tu
mors. 60o a iar. at druggists, or sent
by mall. Treatise free. Write me about
your case. ur. jjosanxot rims, jra.
HI 173-175 First St
ECLIPSE STEEL RANGES, $35.00
AT THE THEATRES
"AM TOTJ A MAIOH?"
"Are You- a Mason" was the attraction
which opened at the Marquam Grand last
night and the production has one ex
tremely funny act, in which Hamilton
T la vers disguises as a dressmaker's as
sistant and visits his chum's house.
. The play is really out of its element
and should be in the popular priced
houses, where it would be a "top liner."
There are several clever people with it
and a number of pretty girls.
Thomas David is the unfortunate son-in-law,
who takes a wild header Into the
turbulent sea of sport while his wife is
away. He is arrested and when his wife
returns explains his late absence with
the excuse that he joined the lodge.
For 10 years his father-in-law has at
tended card games under the excuse
that he was & Mason and a grand master
In the lodge, and when the party is as
cembled each fears that the other will
discover the deception. Eventually every
thing turns out all right and the ladies
never discover the hoax because both
men make haste really to Join the lodge.
Miss Adelaide Wise essayed the role
of Mrs. Perry cleverly and moreover
has-xharmlng stage presence. Mis
Georgia Hart and Miss Mary Faber as
the sisters. Annie and Lulu, made a good
Impression. W. Robert Daly made an
artistic George Fisher and Thomas
David carried much of the comedy ele
ment as Frank Perry, the friend ever
ready with schemes in time of need.
Jessie Church made a typical suspicious
motherinIaw In lrr impersonation as
Mrs. Caroline Bloodgood. The play will
be repeated tonight
r I. . '
ABCADU a ITTW BltL.
Crowded houses greeted every per
formance of the Arcade's new bill yes
terday and the program is thoroughly
satisfactory; Howard, Campbell & Rose
are here from San Francisco and per
form clever and difficult feats on the
trapese. The three Kuhns were one of
the most popular features on the Em
pire bill last summer, bam ana jaa
Kelly appear in a sketch act as "SI and
Mandv" and sing and dance well.
Holmes and Hurburt present a comedy
singing act and the bioscope Hashes new
pictures. ; : ' . V
. "rom kotsex'S bakb."
"For Mother's Sake," St Cordray's the
atre this week, is one of the few plays
seen there this season that pleases all
nl... nt mtmm . . Ijmt Monday nleht
after the show, a messenger boy on a
Wheel, who had not been to uoraray s
yet this week, sliouted to his lucky pal,
who was Just coming out!
"Cul, what is the show?"
" 'For Mudder's Sake.' " was the an
swer, "and it you mis it yer ought ter
. AT TSB BAXSB TXZATXS.
Th. Mnth und the Flame." a society
drama of peculiar emotional interest, is
being playpd by tne usaer company in 10
week. It is one of Clyde Fitch's suo
.fiit nlava. orirlnallv produced by
the old Lyceum stock compsny and haa
always been a ravorue society oramn.
a exxmesa howbtmooh."
' "A Chinese Honeymoon," produced by
a company of 7r people will play, next
Thursday and Friday nights, January
21 and 22 with a special maiinee Satur
day at the Marquam Grand theatre.
There are today no less than six compan
ies employed In presenting this musical
piece. Australia hns one. Orftt Britain
may be cured by strengthening the
heart nerves, enriching the blood end
improving the circulation , with Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure. Safe and , sure.
Sold oa guarantee. - Send poatal (or book
oa dfeoMea of I be beart and nrTa today.
DE. MILES UCDICAL CO., Jilktiaft, lud,'.
, AND WE HAVE THEM
$25.00 Oak Sideboards for........ $19.50
$35.00 Oak Sideboards for $19.75
$40.00 Oak Sideboards for $20.85
$45.00 Oak Sideboards for : . $29.00
$72.50 Oak Sideboards for . . ... $55.00
Elm Sideboards for ....... $15.00
You can see that these are extra special
prices- thejraire oo4 for one day more
TILL WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
Make Us Both Glad
By using your credit with us. 'It to good for any
thing we hav in our store at any time, and thera
are plenty of good reasons why you should benefit
by it. ... "
BRING THIS COUPON
With you Wednesday, and for 660 you
may have a CARPET RUG, a mitre of
fringed length, made from fine-grade
Brussels Or Axmlnster carpeting.
Taken in exchange for some of our new
STXnTWAY, EMXBSOBT, MTBT, A. 9.
CXA8S and BZOaaiOBS pianos, will be
sold at sacrifice prices.
$120, $130, $150, :
$165 and $175
EAST TSBXa OP PATJCEBT.
Have you seen' the new style "PTBI
TAW EBTET PZAVOf "IT'M A BBATJr
TT." We have 15 different makes of
pianos over 60 different styles.
378 and 874 Morrison St. Oor. VT. Park.
has two, London one, and two at present
on' tour in this country. The No, 1 com
pany, which will play here employs two
coaches, one Pullman and 'two baggage
cars in its movements. ' .
A splendid production of Shakespeare's
'Twelfth Night" will be presented at the
Marquam Grand theatre tomorrow (Wed
nesday) night with Miss Marie Wain
Wright 1dm . Vlohu. The most carefully
worked out contrast in the play is that
between the fool by profession and the
Involuntary fools, Malvollo, Sir Andrew
and Sir Toby.
WHY PAY RENT
When You Can Own Tour Ows Borne
and Pay Pox It as Yon Cast
"Property in Portland is cheaper now
than it will ever be again, says a prom
lnent real estate man. "Property wtll
steadily raise from now on, not a big
jump; but avteady raise that will, make
those who have had a. chance to buy
property at a reasonable figure wish they
had done so." The opportunity to buy
residence lots and build on such rea
sonable terms that it is a man's own
fault if he does not own his own home
and be able to pay for it out of his
wages, instead of paying rent. The in
ducements offered by the First and Sec
ond additions and the Ladd's additions
are. all that one could expect. The lot
furnished, the house built to suit, after
plans selected yourself, and. you allowed
to pay for it to suit or the same as you
would ; pay rent. These additions are
close in, have the best streetcar service,
graded streets and stone sidewalks, 'elec
tric lights, gas, good schools and
churches and the most healthful locality
in the city. Either addition is an Ideal
resident portion of the city and those
who build homes in these additions will
And a paying proposition. Cate & Powell
in the chamber, of commerce will be
pleased to tell you more about this prop
osition. See them at once. Telephone
SB, SATLOB OPT OP DABQXB.
Dr. W, II. Saylor. one of the oldest and
best known physicians of the city, was
yesterday pronounced out of danger .by
his physicians. . Three weeks ago Dr.
Saylor returned from a trip to southern
Oregon, when he was taken down-with
a severe attack of pneumonia. Since then
he has been In critical condition and
last woe little hope was had of his
A SIDEBOARD OF SOLID OAlC 1 stands over 6 feet high; Is full 4 feet
w Lie and 2. feet deep. It has a genuine French plate mirror a yard wide and
more that half a yard high.
? It has commodious drawers and a capacious - cabinet. - , - - : -It
has a look of elegance that rightfully belongs to it. v '
i":,And itJiaa a price that makes it preeminently the. bargain of the town.
prices axe put so
$40 SEWING MACHINES for $20 00
THE SAME EASY WAY.
Marquam Grand Theatrewk-.PM
TONIGHT AT S:1B O'CLOCK,
IiART PERFORMANCE or ,
The Punny Comedy-Drama,
"Are You a Mason?"
THB COMXDX HIT or T.A8T SEASON IN
Prices $1.00, T5e. 50c, tSc, 30e.
tftm r-9nriThtr W. jr. Paaiia,
tuaruuaiu uianu iiitauc Rrt. ml
WadSMday Inning, lasaary 10, 1904. to
. Is Shakeapeara'a Dvilfhtful Corner,
Pricaa Entire lower Boor, $1.00; balcony,
flrat sis rows, TSe; laat all rowa. BOc; saUer.
2&e and 86c; boxes and kgea. fT.50.
Seats are saw aalUnf.
W, Paaglt, BaaUaat Xaaa-ar,
Tbaraday and Friday Nlfhtt. Jan. 31-22, 104,
Speelal Matinee Saturday.
TUB MC81CAL COMEDY
TLfenlnirfri-Paraiietr'2 0rrTarqnt rlr-
cle. (l.oo. airny, ort s rowa, fi.ou; laat
6 rowa. T6e. Gallery, 75c and 50c. Boxes and
iDtea. $13.50 .
Matin Prkae Parqoer, fi.EO; parquet cir
cle, $1.00. Balcony, flrat 8 rowa, $1.00; aecond
8 rows, TSe; laat rowa, 50c. Entire gallery,
THE BAKER THEATRE M..
CKO. L. BAKER, Sol Leasee tad Manager.
TONIGHT, AM. WEEK, MA TIN IKS SATUR
DAY AND 81NDAV,
"THE MOTH AND THE FLAME"
AN INTENSELY INTERESTING SOCIETY.
DRAMA BT CLYDE FITCH,
Rrenlng prlcea, 60c, 35c, 35c, 15c; matinee,
25c, 15c 10c.
CORDBAI AND Rt'SHKLL, Maoacera .
Popular Prioaa. ,
TonlxM and all week,
In tne Pretty Pat t oral Play,
"FOR MOTHER'S SAKE"
Great Caat and All New Scenery. ,.
' SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON.
1:80 t 4:M. 7:$0 to 10:80,
SUNDAY CONTINUOCS FROM 3 TO 10:80.
FOB LADIES. GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN!
ADMISSION TEN CENTS TO ANY SEAT.
FRED FRITZ, Prop. W. H. BROWN, Mtr.
THE HOME OP
Two snows dally, at 3 and 8 p. n.
CONCERT EVERY NIGHT.
142-J48 BURN8IDH. r- '
recovery. While he is still very weak
his condition shows material improve
ment and it is expected that he will now
regain his health. He has been under
the care of Drs. Cauthorn, Wells 'and
Oeary at his residence, 871 South First
street. - i ....
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A good deal of apprehension . was
caused in all parts of the city yesterday
when the lire whistle sounded- bos 186,
which la the private alarm in the Port
land hotel. The apparatus responded
with unusual promptness and the com
panies were directed to 183 otiventh
AND IT HAS BEEN $40.
It seems unbelievable, but
when this store has a aalo
irresistibly low the goods go.
219.227 Yamuii st
Will add an air of refinement and
elegance to any costume, and we
, sell good jewelry just as low as it
can be told and be good. You'
don't have to pay for any name
Look at This!
This is ths only place In the
Northwest where you can find 20
machines running at this time of
the year making '
WALKING SKIRTS -----Wholesale
Tou can buy one skirt or a dosen
v.. . , klrts. - j;. ,
Prices $3.00 and $3.50
Ladies' own goods for suits, reg
ular flS. now 112.50. Perfect fit
: Kail Orders Promptly ruled.
084 YAMBXL1. gTBEET
none Bed 1994.
nre ara a few of the
bljt aniii tn our bat(rr
af melody ami merri
ment: Era Pari Aa a annf
awl danc danwrl ahe a
fol uxat pvrfuruiera np
a tree, anoutiug fur
help. . .
Barn It a, a danrlitC
rsjr of aunahlua luiirt
ed from t'uba. Wa
duikj, but aha'a whlta.
And tnr f (vxljioma aaaa
rVin't forart to am
Mampkla Knna4y, tb
moat a ami n niuxlrlon
who ever bntt a drum
Kv'a awar up- it tli
!o ynu know h)l'a
mamrli'k la I Oorthy
Dayna ia n. Ak bi.
It htii't .' true tliat
Pattt aa ji'almia of
1h Pakunaa, but U
culgnt a. : ,
Twaaty-lhrae OtW Bif
,. Acta. .
ADMISSION IS tttt.
1. H. Kennedy,
street, wher an obHllmite- gu sf'K
caused a flight scare. Ths tv r.,: i
up but the blase was n'lug iinhf l,--fora
any dam4 wua dime..
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