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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, r OUTLAID, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20. 1904.
Items of Local Interest for Busy
Journal Readers. , t
At Multnomah hall tonight Prosperity
camp 896. Woodmen of the World,1 and
Nomah circle. Women of -Woodcraft,
will hold a Joint installation of officers.
A musical program will be rendered and
refreshments served. The officers - of
Prosperity camn are: V' H. O. Roberts.
consul commander;' George ' Spees, ad
visor lieutenant; E. J. Richards, banker;
C. C. Bradley, clerk; W. I Brown, es
cort; E. B. Homan, watchman; E. A.
Morrison, sentinel! R. R. Adams, musi
cian; M. C. Creese, R. M. Troudty and
W. P. 1,1111b, managers. The . officers
that will be installed in Nomah circle are;
Belle Sherwood, past guardian; Anna
keenan, guardian neighbor; Vloia
Thompson, advisor: Jrene Emrlch, ma
Rfclan; Maggie Hearn, clerk; Laura
Bolen, banker: Eva Ferguson, inner senr
tlnel; Peter Brown, outer sentinel; Ada
Pearson, captain of guards; Laura War
ner, musician; Dan Hearn, manager..
' Paul Strain, proprietor of The Hub
clothing store, Second and Burnslde, and
The Strain Tailoring Company, 285-287
Washington street four doors east of
the Perkins hotel, has thrown his entire
stock of nearly Ave thousand overcoats
on the market at prices that are landing
customers into his establishments right
and left. His sales were unprecedented
yesterday' and today, and there Is likely
to be -no diminution for some time to
come. These garments are sold at so
ridiculously low figures that men all
over the city and adjoining country arc
taking advantage of the bargains. They
surely cannot last so. very . long. ,
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Bishop Earl Cranston of the Method
ic church and the pastors of Portland
and vicinity will be given a banquet to
night In Centenary Methodist church, on
East Ninth street, by the Men's Method
ist Social union. - Addresses Will, be de
livered as follows: "Our Bishops," J.
D. Lee: "Our Pastors," W. D. Fenton:
"Local Methodism and Its Needs,"
Bishop Earl Cranston, ' D. D.; "The
Flock," Rev. H. J. Talbot; "Oregon
Methodism and the General . Confer
ence," Hon. R. A. Booth; "Old Wil
lamette," Rev. J. H. Coleman, D. D.;
"Crumb Swept up," T. S. McDanlels.
Arrangements are nearly completed for
the annual poultry show to be held in th's
city February S to 15. In this connection
It Is urgently requested that all lovers of
fine cats meet or communicate with E.
H. Bauer, 165V4' Third street, so soon as
convenient. All owners of thoroughbred
felines can compete for the . liberal
premiums offered, hence lively competi
tion Is expected. The new "hen" will
be very much in evidence, and chicks
being hatched dally by machinery will
demonstrate that this "fowl" doea Its
business in a manner strictly up-to-date.
The case of assault and battery against
B, li Temple ton. the waiter, who was ar
rested last week, charged with assault
upon A. E.- Jones, was finally disposed
of In the municipal court yesterday,
when the defendant forfeited his ball by
his nonappearance. Th two men had
an altercation in a Third-street res
taurant about the kind of pie ordered by
Jones for his wife, , and Jones saya that
Templeton threatened to shoot him.
.Temp4Hort- wa out on $ IS ball,
Bee the , soownakesT These look like
the linen from the Union laundry. Second
and Columbia. Not a whit whiter, not a
speck more pure. The Union Is Portland's
' great- cleansing institution. . It - purines
everything but politics and politicians.
It operates the only steam-heated polisher
in Oregon, the machine that does not
"yellow" or weaken the fiber of the
goods, as fire-heated Ironers do.
A small fire in a scow at the foot of
Oak street drove Its occupants' Into the
inclement weather at 11 o'clock last
night. The men in the vicinity, as
sisted by Patrolman John Wendorf, sue
ceeded in conquering the fire after a
short but hard struggle. The fire .de
partment was not called. Little dam
age was done. .
' White House Cook books free! They
will not be sold. We give them away
absolutely, we sell violet Oats, the pur
est health food found in Oregon's mar
kets, at two packages for 23 cents. There
is a coupon in each package, and 20 se
cures this, the queen of all cook books
In the world. It sells for $1.50 at book
W. Tr Shaw pleaded guilty to a charge
or petit larceny and was sentenced to
five months In the county Jail by Judge
cjeiana. in the state circuit court yester
day. ' Shaw Is accused of stealing a hit
and coat valued at 915. November 26,
from the residence of Herbert H. Kenney,
zxi second street. '
The nw Hunnvalri ftr Mmnin.m
commence Its duties about the first of
i-ec-ruary. uistnct Engineer Holden re
ports that tho building which will house
rtmhlna(lnn nlna nnmnonv XT A tm
practically completed. The bell Is being
repiacea in me lower ana win do repeateq
Physical culture for all.'
$4.00 for S months' course.
Two evenings a week."
Fine gymnasium and baths.
Private treatment for health, vitality.
Rtngler Physical Culture school.
S09 Alder street, phone Main 1951.
Consultation and catalogue free.
Music Mahlllon's make. Band In
struments at E. V. Lamotte's. 449 Gil
san. Special price for full band.
In the First ward last night a Roose
Suite 416 DtKum EulldlnJ
Phone Main J49
Hntncf a Ma lnfiwri
Mm VkVUUVW ft A. J
Quickly . and painlessly by the great
B. & 8. Homeopathic Catarrh Powders,
told at Boerlrke & Runyon's. 803 Wash
ington, between Fifth and Sixth.
wp will r.ivp si nnn
. I J ... ' 1 I M .. m . m miM m m M mm mm
Forany remedver discovered so per
fectly effective. THEY HAVE NOT AN
EQUAL BENEATH THE SUN. The
man in not. born that ever saw their
like. Sample free, , .
velt Republican club was organized. A.
Groce was made president and A.Atkln
vlce-preBident. Ned Mungee was elected
secretary. The executive- board con
sists of C W. Hodson, J. Stipe, P. Neu
berg. John Englehard, and C. C. Mar-tonne.
Judge A, L. Frazer yesterday In the
circuit court entered a non-suit in 'the
cas of former Police' Officer Roberts
against the' Oregonian Publishing ' com
pany. Mr. Roberts sought to recover
110.000 for an alleged defamatory ai
tide published in the Telegram. .
The unusually large attendance at the
Woodstock , school lias ' resulted in the
school board employing Miss Gertrude
Tlmma as an additional teacher. - A new
room will be added to the school which
will provide better facilities for taking
care of tha 180 scholars. -
; J :. yir 'y ;? i
'' Rev. J. H, Coleman, president of the
Willamette university, recently made a
visit to tha Mount Tabor Methodist
church and prevailed ujton the members
to "contribute $240 to be applied as an
endowment to the' university.; .
The report of the viewers In the pro
posed' laying out of Guild street,' from
Thurman to Vaughn streets, was filed at
the city- hall today and shows that the
city mus condemn and purchase private
property valued at $370. -
The' second term of the current school
term at Portland academy will begin
Monday, February 1. 1804, at 9 o'clock
a. m. Catalogue may be obtained on
request Portland academy, . Portland.
Oregon. ' -
- Report was made to the" police that
burglars entered ' the- residence of 9.
Margulis, 645 First street, last night,
stealing a suit of clothes and some
small change. There Is no clue to the
thieves. . .
- It has been demonstrated time and
time again that Hed gin's Corn Cure takes
off corns and bunions that other corn
cures fail to touch. Sold only by Albert
Berni, the druggist, Second and Wash
ington. The Alumni association of the Central
school will, on Friday night, hold a
meeting to arrange for the reception to
be tendered the grammar graduates of
that school In February.
Don't spoil a sewed shoe by putting
a nailed half -sole on. We sew them on
"while you wait" Goodyear Shoe Re
pair company, near Gas company's of
fice, Yamhill street
For Chapped hands, face and lips there
is , nothing better, than Berni'a Witch
Hazel Cream, prepared and,, sold only by
Bemt. the druggist, Second and Wash
ington. Fine dayl Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. Two stores
Washington and 6th, Morrison and 6th.
Steamers for The Dalles will leave
Alder-street wharf I t in. dally (except
Sunday). Phone Main SI 4.
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
Have, your fur garments remodeled
Into latest style at half price. SOS
Our eating Is all an epicure could de
sire. Patronize us. The Savoy, Op. old
Free Viavl Health Talks, "Thursday,
:au, j,ewis ouuaing. iaaies invuea.
E. H. Moorehouse ft Co.. at Seventh
and Alder. Telephone Main 1S4J.
The four-story brick building on Front
near coucn is lor rent
Olympic Pancakes anyone can eat
Fred Lee, Pacific coast manager of
C. Sidney Shepard & Co., with his head
quarters at Seattle, Is at the Portland.
Mr. Lee has the remarkable reputation
of living in Seattle for several years
and yet escaped having his name in the
directory and . census enumerations In
which the Queen City abounds.
Hon. S. B. Huston of Hillsboro is In
F. A. Seufert, a prominent cannery-
man pf The Dalles, is registered at the
While waiting for his mall at the
Portland postofdee this morning, Wil
liam Van Winkle was arrested by Ser
geant Carpenter and Officer Reslng. The
arrest was made on a warrant sent from
Hoqulam, Wash., In which the prisoner
is charged with stealing a watch valued
at $20 from. Thomas Neeley. When
searched Van Winkle was wearing a
huge badge showing that he is a mem
ber of Gannon's detective agency. Word
of the arrest has been sent to Hoqulam
and until an officer arrives from that
city Van Winkle is being held in the
city Jail as a fugitive from Justice.
Cyclone the Daredevil.
Besides the many novelties and high
class vaudeville acts to be seen at Fritz'
theatre this week, la the daredevil. Cy
clone, the man who defies the laws of
Nature in his sensational hair-raising feat
of riding an ordinary safety bicycle in
what Is known as the devil's chimney.
This Is worth double the price of admls-1
slon. If you want a few hours of fun,
visit with Fritz some evnlng. Two frolics
dally, at and 8 p. m.
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 ft Navigation com
pany, and .those entitled to permits wtll
please call at room 2, Worcester build
ing, for the same.
sum cvxa roB to.es.
' Itehlnr ttiles ttroduce Moisture and
rnune itching, this form, aa well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles are
cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy.
8tops Itching and bleeding. Absorbs tu
mors. 50c a jar, at druggists, or sent
ty man. 'ireaiise rree. write me aoout
your case. Dr. Uosanko, Phll'a. Pa,
a rzoraa TXAvsrosso.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Leigh, who last Mon
day turned their baby over to the Boys'
and Girls' Aid society, lived at .J 06, not
360 Couch street. ,
-WBM HOT SO SEXIOUS.
Paris, Jan. 19. Accordlnr to a state
ment of the Japanese minister this
morning, the affairs of Japan and Rus
sia never have been sufficiently critical
io warrant the mediation - of ' either
France or England,. .... ;
HELPING THE .
WEST TO GROW
A. X. CULAVO OT TSS XOBTKSXV
WCmO 9 ATM TMM OUTLOOK TO
BUSIJTESS TXZS TEAS IS OOOB
TAXK8 Of TBS KISS Or TKB TA
"Our business last year was "wav
ahead of that for 1902," said Assistant
ueneral Passenger Agent A. M. . Cie
land of the Northern .Pacific - yester
day, "and the outlook for the coming
year is very good. We had a big gen
eral travel and an unusually large col
onist business. ..- We think a good deal
of the West and know it is a good coun
try and are helping build It up. I have
been on the road since December, and
have Just completed a tour -of the Mid
dle 'West In Denver everything was
satisfactory and trade conditions were
better than for the previous -year. , The
same seemed to be true of all the coun
try I Visited, and In the East especially
from railroad standpoint the year
nas been, exceptionally prosperous.
"There are 'no changes contemplated
by the Northern, Pacific that I know of.
I am Interested In my work with exist
ing conditions, and the other depart
ments have to do with the development
and construction work.
"Our" business in San Francisco is
growing, and though we labor under the
disadvantages that always come when
you work In outside territory, still we
are constantly Increasing our north
bound business from San Francisco and
are becoming more of a factor In Cali
fornia." Mr. Cleland left today for the
Sound and will return east via Spo
kane. This is the fourth trip of Mr.
Cleland to the coast, and is chiefly in
the nature of an inspection trip, his Jur
isdiction, though technically ceasing at
the Oregon-Washington line. Is extended
over all of the -western offices of tho
company. With Mr. Charlton, Mr. Cle
land has the active supervision of the
passenger agents and officials of the
Northern Pacific. Like President El
liott Mr. Cleland emphasized the im
portance of the Northwest country, but
stated that he had no information con
cerning the extension of the Northern
Paciflc into Oregon.
W. B. Jerome, general western agent
of the New York Central lines, with
headquarters in Chicago, will soon make
the coast tour and look over the local
field. M. Pearce, general freight agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul &
Omaha road, with headquarters In St
Paul, is also expected in the near future.
J. B. Balrd, general freight agent of the
Northern Pacific, and one of the big
railroad men not only of that system,
but of the country, is also on his way
from the East and will probably be In
the city during the week.
It is known that the trans-continental
lines will next season bid for the colo
nist and tourist trade harder than ever
before, and the officers who are contin
ually dropping into the city and learn
ing conditions in this territory are re
garded as the advance guard of thou
sands of colonists.
"The six companies of the Third in
fancry stationed in the Multnomah
county armory are hereby organised as
two provisional battalions of three com
panies each, for the purpose of drills
and ceremonies conducted in Portland.
The provisional battalions will be desig
nated the First and Second provisional
battalions. Third infantry.
"The field, staff, and non-commissioned
staff officers of the Second battalion and
companies C, H, and E are assigned to
the First provisional battalion, and 'the
field, staff, and non-commissioned staff
officers of the Third battalion and com
panles B, F, and K are assigned to the
Second provisional battalion.
"Company drills will alternate weekly
with battalion drills and will be sus
pended during weeks for which lnstruc
lion by battalion is ordered. Assembly
will be sounded at 8:16 o clock p. m.,
and recall at 10 o'clock p, m. The bat
talions will drill as folfows:
"First provisional battalion, Major C.
E. McDonell, commanding, Thursdays:
"January 28 Guard mounting and
"February 11 School of the battal
ion. Sections 249-297.
"February 25 School of the battal
ion. Sections 298-333.
"March 10 School of the battalion,
"March 24 School of the battalion,
"April 14 Review of sqhool of bat
talion. Sections 249-367.
"April 28 Guard mounting and sen
"Second ' provisional battalion, Major
F. S. Baker, commanding, Wednesdays:
"January 27 Guard mounting and
"The following appointments are an
nounced: "Regimental commissary-sergeant
Sergeant Edward R. Huston, company G,
"Sergeant-major, First battalion Ser
geant Tracy C. Poorman. company I,
"Sergeant-major, Second battalion
Private Adolf Woelm, band, Third in
fantry. "Sergeant-major, Third battalion
Private R. J. Kirkley. company F, Third
WATER BOARD AWARDS
CONTRACTS FOR PIPE
The water board Monday afternoon
aw.arded contract; for water pipe aggre
gating more than 367,000. The bid of
the United . States Cast Iron Pipe ft
Foundry company of Chicago was ac
cepted on the following Items: 1,780 cast
iron pipes at 131.76 per ton and 60 tons
of special castings at 3 cents per pound,
total $60.432. oO; the Camden Iron works
for Eddy gate valves, for $2,726: Cor-
bett. Falling ft Robertson, Portland, for
Mueller stopcocks, $724, and Hoge, 8wtft
ft Co., Portland, 40 tona of pig lead,
One of the strangest things on earth
happens when one loses control of 'the
nerves. You can t sleep at night, and
you can't work , In the day time. Now,
If you will no to the Brooke Dru com
pany. No. 7 North Third street, and
get a box of Palmo Tablets, they will
aulokiy restore you.' They are guar
anteed for all forms of weakness.
cam puna at ion.
Before Taking the "Ipokaae l-lyer" fo
I astern washing-ton Points.
Hr the new O. R. & N. time card, rter-
sons desiring to take the Spokane Flyer
for Ppokane. Coeur d'Alene and other
Eastern Washington points can now dine
at home (train leaves at 7:4$ p. m.) be
fore leavlnar. The "Portlatid-(Uiicairo
Special-' sow leaves at $;60 a.p.
Size 2CH:With 19 ia firebox, regular
price $9.50, for $695
Size 22 With 21x14 firebox, regular
price $11, for ....$7.93
I. GEVURTZ & SONS
173-175 First St
Marnnam ftranl Thoatro T- Ple.
1'iui iuum Ji uiiw iivuu v km. ugr.
TONIGHT AT 8:15 O'CLOCK,
la Sbtkcapesre't Delightful Comedy,
Prices $1.00, T5c, SOr, 36c. 25c.
Marquam Grand Theatre
Tliuradar add Friday Nighta. January 21 and
22, 1804, Special Mating Saturday, Janu
ary 23, tbe Muaical Comedy,
A CXXirESB HOWETMOOS.
KVEMNO PBICE8 Lower Hoot, $2.00 and
$1.60. Balcony. $1.(M), Toe. Uallcry, 7oc, ouc.
Boxes and loeon. fiz.oi .
MATINEE PKICE8 Lower floor. $1.R0, $1.00.
Balcony, $1.00, 75c, 60c. Entire gallery, BOc.
THE BAKER THEATRE
GEO. L. BAKER, Sola Leasee and Manager.
TONIGHT, ALL WEEK. MATINEES SATUR
DAY AND SUNDAY,
"THE MOTH AND THE FLAME"
AN INTENSELY INTERESTING BOCIETY
DRAMA BY CLYDE FITCH.
Erenlng prices, 50c, 36c, 25c, 16c; matinee.
26C, IOC. IOC.
Cordray' Theatre Ssn.
CORDRAX AND RIHSELL, Managers
Tonight and all week,
In the Pretty Pastoral Play.
"FOR MOTHER'S SAKE"
Groat Caat and All New Scenery. ..
. SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON.
t:0 to 4:0. TS0 to 10:80.
SUNDAY OONTlNfOl'S FHOM 2 TO 10:1)0.
FOR LADIES. GENTLEMEN AND CHILDRUN.
ADMISSION TEN CENTS TO ANY SEAT.
FRED FRITZ, Prop. W. H. BROWN, Mgr.
THE HOME OP
Two shows dally at 3 and 8 p. m.
CONCERT EVERY NIGHT.
"POB ItOTKZB'l 8AXX."
A few more plays such as "For Moth
er's Sake" and Cordray's theatre will
not hold the crowds that will flock to
Portland's popular family theatre. Marie
Hijath Is not only an actress, but has a
company which can play1 character
parts in a natural manner. The play
will continue all week.
ACROBATS AT TKB AROADB.
baring Juggling and acrobatic work
s done at the Arcade theatre by How
ard, Campbell and Rose, who come di
rect from tha Orpheum circuit
Marie Wainwright. In Shakespeare's
comedy, "Twelfth Night," will appear at
the Marquam Grand theatre tonight
The scenery Is excellent and Miss Wain
wright Is surrounded by a competent
jjamaM,l , Bli,BH,
AT THE THEATRES
' Price Extraordinary I
THE NICK OF TIME
Head Sewing Machines,
MIiPo Slh)(De MeTObm!
WE ARE MANUFACTURING SOME GOOD HARD
WEARING SHOES IN PORTLAND. COME AND SEE
US AND WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW GOOD SHOES
ARE MADE AND WILL BUILD A SH6E FOR fOU
THAT WILL DO YOU GOOD.
ASBESTOS LEATHER IS THE TOUGHEST IN THE
MARKET. WE PUT. CUSTOM SOLE LEATHER IN
THE BOTTOMS AND TOPS SEWED WITH SILK.
9 and 1 1 North
cast. Her Viola Is well known to thea
The Park theatre presents a lively
continuous vaudeville bill this week.
"A cnmrxsB xoitbtwooh."
John E. Henshaw is playing the role
of Samuel Pineapple In "A Chinese
Honeymoon," which comes to tne Mar
quam Ursnd theatre ana inurs
day and Friday nights, with a special
matinee Saturday. He Is known in ev
ery hotel and -restaurant which he has
patronised during the past nve years as
"The Walters' . Terror." Ills Dete noir
is the waiter who suggests, or the one
who, thinking to please him, brings ex
tra dishes which he has not ordered.
One waiter had the better of him. The
following dialogue explains how It hap
Henshaw A coupie or rnea eggs, wen
done on one side.
Walter Yes, sir; well done on one
The waiter started toward the door.
but turned back and timidly con
fronted the comedian.
Walter You ordered the eggs well
done on one side.
Henshaw Well, what of ltr
Waiter You didn't say which side.
' 'AT Til SAXXB.
Clyde Fitch's great play. 'The Moth
and the Flame." Is running this week at
the Baker. It is one of the standard so
ciety plays of tho time, and Is receiving
Let fuel prioea go up as they may, depend upon ua to
save you money.
There's no better stove' made than the Eolipse. It has
heavy steel body, east-iron top, bottom and main front,
sectional oast linings entirely around the inside, protect
ing the steel from dirsot contact with the fire; niokled
wing top and urn, niokled foot rests, check draft under
pipe opening, every modern contrivance of the perfect
In our Carpet department. Furnish your home as your
tstte dictates. Our store is at your service on your own
terms. Your credit is good for anything In our house on
"little at time" payments. Make us both glad by ac
cepting our invitation.
$20 Dollar a WeeK Payments
!., .in. .in .iwwwi .uiiiliuini, ,mmmmmmmmmi'm-",J "i" " tf-
a fine production in the hands of the
popular Baker company.
"A Celebrated Case" will be next
week's play at tha Baker beginning Sun
day afternoon. The powerful plot of
this old play has been Imitated by hund
reds of others, but none have ever ap
proached It in strength and color.
"Happy Hooligan," taken from F. Op
per's cartoons, wtll be the attraction at
the Marquam Orand theatre next Mon
day and Tuesday nights.
LADS ARRESTED ON
Charged with obtaining money by
false pretenses, Edward Lado was ar
rested at Fifth and Alder streets by
Detectives Day and Welner this morn
ing. A telegraphic warrant from Sher
iff Cudlhee Of Seattle asked for the ar
rest of tho suspect, and the King county
officer ft as been notified. A deputy Is
expected to arrive here tomorrow. Aside
from the fact that Iado la accused of
securing 160 from C. W. Caldwell by
false representations, the ' local officers
know nothing of the facts In the esse.
Monarch over pain. Burns, cuts,
sprains, jitlnas. -Instant relief. Dr.
Thomas' Kclectrto Oil. i At any drug
219-227 Yamhill St.
TO SALOON FLOOR
Apparently fully conscious, but unable
to speak a word, Walter Robinson Is a
patient at Good Samaritan hospital. He
Is thought to be suffering with, a rup
tured blood vessel In his brain. While'
his condition Is serious, the outcome of
the case cannot be told at present.
While In the Acme saloon, at f 0 North
Fourth street last night - was
stricken speechless and" fell to the floor
partially paralysed. Patrolmen Baty
and. Adams were called, and after send
ing him to the police station the stik
man Indicated that he wished to go to
Good Samaritan hospital, where he was
sent. While unable to speak. he could
nod his head. He denied that ha had
From papers found on his person U
was learned that he has friends at fcl
wood, and., and that he had taken a
homestead in townehlp 15 north, rsnite
S west, Oregon. , He also had a ped dler's
license, good in this city unlit
February 4. Today he Is still parsyKl
and unable to talk.
Blood Bitters cured tne of a (rritbu
breaking out all over the hodv I m
very grateful." Miss Jull H'UhrW".,
West Cornwall, Conn,