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THE OHEGOltf DAILY JOURNAL, POKTLAND, MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 29, 1004. .
I TOWN TOPICS f
)..; F, B. Holbrook, the hustling manager
of the Oregon Land & Water company's
.. business at Irrlgoiv Or., ,1a in the city
and will leave for home' this evening.
' HI town of Irrigon Is today, without
doubt, the' liveliest place on the Pacific
coast, and is growing just as fast as
carpenters can build it. The company
is engaged in' irrigating a large section
of a country that will soon be a great
two will furnish Portland with its ber
ries and Vegetables that have heretofore
been Imported ' from ' California. - Irrl
gon melons will then become the onl t
importation In that line coming to this
city, a fid the same may be said of toma
toes.' A. great and prosperous section is
incubating at Mr. Holbrook's town.
While you "wait! We have the only
Goodyear lockstitch machines for- repair
ing soles of shoes in town, no matter
what our would-be Imitators, state. You
do not have to wait to get your work
done, better sole leather for the prices
w charge and work second to. none.
Men's soles sewed on, 50c, 6c and 90c;
heels fixed, ' 26tf. LadieS' soles sewed
on, 40c and 60c; heels fixed, IQo, Rub
ber, heels fromi36c up. ' We call folr
and deliver work free of charge.' Phone
Main 20J1. Yamhill street, near Gas
company's office. Goodyear Shoe -Repair
Co,!'-:..riX' " ,; .
Martin Federspiel i! was fined $16 by
Municipal Judge Hogue thts morning
for beating his wife at thelr"home, 303
Kast. Washington street, last Friday af
ternoon. Federspiel was arrested Sat
urday by Patrolman Hellyer. When the
case came up for trial this morning,
Mrs. Federspiel felt Inclined to forgive.
Federspiel admitted that he had struck
his wife, but said that ha shoved her
harder than he had intended to. He
also stated that if he was fined the
money would be taken from their four
young children. ..
president,' will be celebrated. A special
musical program has been arranged un
der the charger of Mrs. Maria A. Smith.
lJhefuneral of William MffietzLwhose
body was brought to this city from San
Francisco by Daniel J. Moore, last week,
was held Saturday afternoon, r Burial
was made in Riverside cemetery. 'There
were no services held, and the funeral
was " private. The- body was placed be
side that of Aiken Copeland, both being
close friends during life. ' -
.f i t . , t
'The remains ofMlss Ruth Mohler,
youngest daughter of President A. I
Mohler, of the Oregon Railroad & Navi
gation company, were Interred yesterday
in the family vault at Cedar Rapids, la.
Mr. , Mohler 1s on his way back .to Sara
Just when, he will return to Portland 14
not known.,, . . .- f.
Additional barricades are to be built
along tho elevated roadway on East
Washington street, the city engineer
having come to this conclusion on ac
count of the great danger to life there.
The entire roadway to East Water street
will be barricaded. It is said all tho
roadways there are in a dangerous con
dition, , ,: ;. ;;,;;;-:'.-... : ,;
There are no table luxuries of greater
delicacy than pfeffernuse, stollen, lub
kuchen and baumkucheiv These con
fections may be had only In Portland
at the Royal Bakery and Confectionery,
Washington and Park. The owners of
this bakery acquired their training In
Germany, where these dainties orig
inated. Although they are fascinating
and tempting to the palate, yet they are
'inexpensive; no much so that the most
humble can afford the enjoyment of the
The Central W. C. T. V. will hold Its
regular Union Signal meeting on Tues
day afternoon from J to at the home
of Mre. F. J. Hard. 214 Twelfth street.
This will also be a Red Letter day, on
which the birthday of--Mrs.-! M. 8tev-
ens. the world's and national W. C T." 17.
Drs; Adix C8 Northrup
Nervous end Chronic Diseases
Suite 416, Dekum Building
Extracted Free Without
Pain until April 1st,
f 29 1 y2 M0RRJSON STREET
With -tit Plates a Specialty at
Full Set, Fit Guaranteed
T EET H
Filled Without Pain at
17 Try i7 o il
M JiL m
Treated Without Pain at
AT CUT RATES UNTIL
. APRIL 1st .
The Boston Painless Dentists
are doing all dental work for cost of
material to Introduce our late discov
eries and painless methods.
Painless Extracting Free
Examinations,. . Free
Hllver Fillings .............. i....$ .35
Gold Fillings .75
, Gold Crowns , 3.00
Bridge Work '. 3,00
Full Set Teeth , g.OO
NO STUDENTS EMPLOYED.
Come at once and take advantage of
low rates. All work done by specialist,
WITHOUT PAIN and guaranteed TEN
TKAR3. Our late botanical discovery
to apply to the gums for extracting,
tilling and crowning TEETH WITHOUT
PAIN Is known and used ,only by
Boston Painless Dentists
Corner Fifth and Morrison streets. En
trance 21H Morrison, opposite Meier
ft. Frank's. Hours 8:80 a. m. to i p. in.;
Sundays till 1. .,.. v , -.. ..'.,
By climbing Into the back window of
the Hoffman saloon, , 83 Third street,
burglars secured ISO that had been hid
in a corner of the office. This money is
hid each night by the proprietors, C.
Fall as and, K. Schmidt, when they close
their place. It Is thought by them that
the robber knew the workings of the sa
loon. -Nothing else was disturbed.
Examinations will be held by the civil
service commission April 6 to 8 to fill
two positions as engineer draftsmen. On
April It an examination , will be held
for the position of matron In the Indian
service-and other similar vacancies that
may occur In that service.
- Marietta Bernard today brought suit
against F. D, Love, George McGuire.
Mr. and Mrs. George McGuire for $100
damagea. She asserts that they are
wrongfully In possession of land in
Auer's addition to Portland, She lays
claim to the property.
Fine day! Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. Two stores-.
Washington and 6th, Morrison and 6th.
Steamers for The Dalles will leave
Alder-street wharf 7 a. m. dally (except
Sunday). Phone Main 114.
If ailing do not postpone your re
covery. Get a bottle of Wahoo tonic today.
"Peter Thompson" sailer suits msds
to order. Mrs. M. Zeitfuchs, Allsky bldg.
The Woman's Exchange, '424 Washing
ton street Bread, pies, cakgs, etc.
I Shumaker, furrier, S0 Burnside st
S. II. Gruber, lawyer, 617 Com'cl Block.
J. G. Megler, the canneryman of
Brookfleld, Wash., is in the city, accom
panied by his wife.
H. W. Goode, director general of the
Lewis and Clark fair, left Saturday
night .for i San Francisco. His trip is
taken for the dual purpose of looking
after, private matters and assisting the
exposition. Mr. Goode expects to be ab
sent about one week.
Jefferson Myers went to Salem Satur
day evening to be absent until Tuesday.
He is president of the state Lewis and
Clark exposition commission.
SO TOT7 Tttl xca
BO YOU UM COAX.
Xf so, remember the Crystal Ioe
Storage Oo. Phone, Seat 844.
Marquam Grand Theatre wp
On Nl(tht Only Tonight it :15 o'clock,
Is John Drew's and Mairte Adams' great
Prlea Parquet, tt.60: parquet rlrrle, 11.
Balcony, 76c and BOc. Gallery, 25e and 83c.
Rom and Intra, $10.
Marquam Grand Theatre
Wadoeeday and Thuradar nights, March 3 and
The Natural Actor, Genial
la bis latrat iumM.
"THE CHIEF JUSTICE"
Price Lower Boor, except laat 8 rowa. It;
laat S rowa, T5e. Ralconj, Drat rowa, T5r:
Gallery,. 2S and SV. Bona
Beata are mow elllnf.
laat rowa. fioc.
and lota. 17.50.
CORDHAT RV88BLL, afaaagara.
Tonight 1 and Tu carta y and Wedneaday only,
the comady -drama.
Slaves of the Mines"
A heart atory of the Wyoming' rallcy. By C. E.
Callahan end Kan L. Hart. A supers
Spactal Knsacamont, Opanln Thuradar, March
S. Matlnae Saturday, the famous
OXaTKFXA OOMXO OaSBA OOUTAWX
Of forty. In a aanat dallfhtfsl preaantstloa of
tbs great satirical trarcaty,
S AID PA8HA"
THURSDAY, FRIDAY1. SATf'BDAr AND
Chaare f opera Sunday matin. March t
. "IHI IBLX Of CHAKFAOhTK,"
' Keebante Is rtca.
THE BAKER THEATRE noDl'
Oaorse L, Baher, Bole taaaae and Manasor.
, Tontcbt. all this week, matinee Saturday.
Rnaclal pnvtnctlon cf the notd drama.
THE TWO ORPHANS"
Itrenlnf, BOc, 88c, Sde, 18e. Matinee, 25c,
" Given For
0. JB.. HXIBSKAYX.Z. (BXJWB)
Marquam Grand Opera House,
Trlday Wight, Karek 4.
Vocal and Instrumental Music
, Portland's best musical talent will as
lit. Tickets 60e. For sale at Woodard,
tk Clarke, Aldrloh Pharmacy, Model Drug
Btora, Washington and Grand avenue.
SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON.
I II U :, V:St te 1:80.
StTNOAY CONTINUOI'S f BOM 8 TO lOtlSA
rOH LADIES. OENTLEMBN AND CHILDkEi?
ADMISSION TJ CENT! TO ANY $Ul
BtO-tU STTRKIIDE. .
.Two shows dally at 8 and 8 . a.
CONCKBT BTEBt NIGHT.
,H ta in bubnsidb!
Largest . -"Daylight
THE HOME OF QUALITY ANIJ WORTH
FIFTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Spealung of the Weather Every body
The little flroundhog seems to hsv reslly undereatlmated It. Persistant old Winter hangs or) to his straw like s drowning msn
and splashes the chill water, which must soon engulf him, over us Oregon folk in the shape of tornadoes, hailstonss and big fain
drops, with sll the fury of s bested demon driven, to his Isst corner. What of itT Laugh! Cheer upl Get the "happy habit." What
m nation of chronlo grumblers we are, anyhowtoo mush-rain, too much aun, too much heat, too, much' cold, toobut forget It;
every Winter is winterish snd froliosoms. Miss 8pring will soon toss old Winter off her lap and his him back to the "tall timber." This
store Is working for the sssson of violets, buttercups and Oregon rosea. Esster is but five short weeks away; the time is only too short
In whitfh to propers for her coming.1 Ths new gowns must be planned snd made. Easter Hats ordered now reoeivs more attention in
detail of making than in the rush days. New things must be seleoted for the Spring home renovatiiigs. All thsse are best selected now
when assortments are completed and a rising market is assurance that prices cannot go lower. But, for those who must still pay
a last homsgs to Winter, we've still many "Warm Propositions" to maks of prices reduced on such goods ss Blankotay Comforts, Stovss.
Underwesr, etc., arid Specisl Sale prices still abound fa jisa HI II sections of thia greet, RELIABLE store.
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS STORE'S THIS WEEK'TpaTrONS.
A FEW THOUSANDS OF
SPRING SALE OF
. TOST T1iOO.
Styles a la tnilltaire. A lot of new
ness here in the store's Jewelry cas
ket, pretty and Inexpensive. Shirt
waist jewelry and other, all radi
cally underprlced for our Annual
Spring Sale. Ail latest designs,
floral and other novelties. One
needs considerable, and this Jewelry
costs little, deceives no one (for
everybody wears it) snd looks real
to the life; very effective as an ad
junct to Spring and Summer toi
lettes all at less than regular
prlcea some at one-tenth.
Gold and Gunmetal Bracelets,
value $1 special 65?
.Sterling Sliver Bracelets, chain,
value $1.60 specla) ........ 75
Sterling Slhyer Bracelets, vslue
?tc special 45
E9c Bracelets special ....... .25
Men's Watch Fobs, value 6c
special - 35
Men's Watch Chains, gold filled,
value to f 5 specisl 98)
Men's Watch Chains, gold filled,
value to $1.50 special ,....f0
Cuff Links, in large assorted pat
' terns, vslue 26c special. .. .15
Cuff Links, gold plated, value
60c special ...... 25V
Charms and Lockets, value to
6c specisl 15S
Earrings, Stickpin and Tie Clasp,
; values to 26c special ......10
Flag Pins, each ,.y. , .. 1
Lorgnette Chains, value fl.lt
special, each 50
Lorgnette Chains, vslue 69c
special, each .35
Lorgnette Chains, value 49c and
69c special, each 25t
Earrings and Tie Holder, value
to 69c special 150
Fancy Belt Pin, value (6c
special, each 3St)
Bterllng Silver Brooch Pin, val
ues to 60c special each .... 50
And hundreds of other specials too
numerous to mention here.
Special Sale of New
A magnificent line just arrived, sent
on by our buyer now In the East.
All in very newest, lstest dealgns
and beautiful color blends. All In
fancy shapes heavily glased out
side and in.
inch Jardinieres In handsome
mottled effects -160
60c Jardinieres this week at., 400
S6c Jardinieres this week at ..270
7to Jardinieres this week at., 600
90c Jardinieres this week at.. 720
In ordsr to thoroughly introduce our beat American-made Ranges and
Cook Stoves into Portland homes and tho favor of Portland house
wives and cooks we make this grand offer for this week only.
Awsrs of tho competition 'of other storss, saoh making their claims
to tho "best," wo ssarchod and scoured ths country over for tho
REAL "best." Ws'vs obtained it in tho "QUICK MEALS" and
"DETROITS" ths actual BEST in all tho stovs world. With this
wo have seoursd tho services of tho most oxpsrisncsd expert stova
man on ths Paeifio Coast to manage this now depsrtment and dem
onstrate for PORTLAND'S BEST STORE the advantage
AMERICA'S BEST STOVES AND RANGES. He wants to most
all tho stove-buyers, and is willing to make it worth their while to
become acquainted this way! For one weak wo will soli and sst
up in your homes ens -of our 8-16 DETROIT COOK STOVES with
water connections complete, resdy for uss
(stove liko cut) a regular $35.00 value for
No. 8 Cook Stovss, largo siis, "Kitchen Queen". $9.50
No, 7 Cook Stovs, large size, "Kitchen Queen" ,...(7.75
.Si ii ii-
1 904 Wash Materials
DOMESTIC AISLE FIRST FLOOR.
This will bo an ovsntful wssk among tho lightsr fabrios in ths Wash
Goods ssction. Liko first flowers of 8pring, tho airy wsavss, tho
dainty tinta and bright huea awaken tnoughta of green trees and
singing birds bring dslight to ths heart, glad to aoo tho ahacklea
of Winter breaking. In our new fabrios Nature herself is almost
outdons In bsauty blsnding. Ths world's best productions are,
spresd out hare and inducements for buying now arc plenty, for
cotton atavs high and we're apt to pay more and mora for suoh
floods, and thsn again, tho weeks just ahssd aro thoso in which
Summer drosses can bo most advantagooualy made, whether you
are your own dreaamaker or not. Look through tho now lines this
wssk. Among thorn you'll note "TOIL DU JOUR," a now novslty,
shssr material of tho crash family with traoings of delicate whit
lines running through and flocked horo and there with f
white liko purs whits violets on ths green hillsides of g
Spring, tho yard, 200 and W
"TOIL AUTO," a fabrio of linen and cotton admixture, will bo pressed
into service when you're making up tho shirtwaist suit! for tho
TO summer girl ; vary handsome; swail mixsd streets
aro includsd in this new, ultra fashionable wash mi
iv ivr imv
New linen warp Etamines, in handsoms, shadsd effects! an effective
novelty, yard .' 900
vuil. TUU RAIN65 A splendid substitute for tho all
wool voiles. In demand now for making up for 8pring
...... ' V V
CREPE VOILES AND ETAMINES Fabrica with all tho "fool," ap
pearance and wearing qualities of their haughty originators, tho
more oxponsivo fabrics; 30 inchss wide, in all tho now
and wanted shadea for street or evening wesr;
the yard ,
DANISH CLOTH A half -wool fabrio, the most popular among tho
particular wearera of this class of matsrlsls. In two
, widths 24-inch at 150 the yard; 36-inch, the
Superb New Spring
ANNEX FIRST FLOOR.
How paint tho lily?. Or add another hue to the rainbow? Prosalo
printer's Ink can do but scant justice in picturing the beautiea of. the
new Silks from foreign and .domestic looms snd closer and clossr the
domestic ailks ars pushing ths foreign for leadership. And practical
nass Is not lost sight of. One seas so much by coming here. Spring
toilettes can bsst be planned after eeeing the exhibit here. This week
ws will show in the "Silk Store" the most extensive and complete lines
ths grandeat and biggest varieties of both plain and exclusive novelty
8ilks ever shown by any house on the Paeifio coast, embracing every
new wsave ahown by American and foreign makers. Silk for the smart
new Shirtwaist 8uits, for linings and foundations for dresses, for swell
evening and psrty gowns, for trimmings and fancy work in abort,'
every style and finish IS to be found in thie great Silk Store, and all
marked at prices that are not duplicated for values in all the North
west. We sspecielly call your attention to our line of Black Taffetas,
Pesu de 8oies, Paillette do Soiss and Peau do Cygne, which ailk-buyers
know are positively the best Silks Uncle Sam'a dollars can buy.
A WONDERFUL THREE-DAYS' BARGAIN IN SPLENDID NEW 1904
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, THIS WEEK. WE WILL.
SELL $1.50 TWEED 8UITING3 AT 980 THE YARD 56-Inch
nsw all-wool twssd Suitings, excellent wearing fabrica; one of thia
season's most fashionable fabrica. The choosing embracea plain
colors, nsat stripes and checks, in all the, new colorings. See win
dow display. Poaitively the best value sold anywhere in America
at $1.50 a yard. For three named days we place them Q
on apecial tables in Dress Goods department at, , TFafjC
Garments that will appeal to women
who .appreciate the refinements of tailor,
art. Suits that beer closest Inspection of
careful eyes aa to cut and workmanship.
Here's outlines, bare hints of style that
driesn't bnd to mere word - painting.
Models that are smartly dashing
Etons, blouse and bolero effects, swag
ger military styles, some collarlees,
others with military collars, and made
on military lines throughout, trimmings
that suggest the drees parade on field
dayn in camp. The manager of Port
land's blggeat and best suit store is
home from New York came Saturday.
Come in tomorrow and she'll tell you
more than we could tell In a page, and
ahow you more than any picture we
New Spring Walking Butts.
ll.60 to 175X0
New Spring Walking Skirts.
........ f5.00 to ie,80
tNew Spring Shirtwaists. . .$146 to Se.oo
New'Sprlng Coats ...... f 18.60 to 138.50
New Spring Silk Coats., , . 10 to $38.80
BPKCIATi NOTE New Novelty 811k Ev
ening Waists came In by express yes
terday. The greatest display of hand
some,. Welets- ever brought to Port
land, Prices .,....,...,. fig to $43
THE LID IS OFF
A Peep Into the Box That Holds
New Spring Millinery
sxcoKo nooi. ,
This treek the new Millinery Chief arrives home from our New
Tork City workroom and Ms two months' hobnobbing with tho
.leading millinery designers of the Old and New Worlds. He haa
talked French Millinery with the Parlaians, and compared notes
with our English couaIna---the Londoners. His will be a royal wel
come home, for we're proud of him and his emissaries the beau
tiful Spring Hats he's ent on ahead. We can draw but a rough
pencil sketch of the besutiful millinery painting. ; The superb
showing1 Is worthy of more than ws can do for it in cold type. Como
In thia week and draw in an eye Inhalation of the odors of frag
rance and newneas that permeate our 1904 Millinery Salons.
GAGE HATS. Popular favorites, plain
.$8.50 to 110
BENDEL HATS The popular London Hat. Imported direct from
the maker by this house. Horse hair braids, mollne faiinga and
tiny flowers conjured Into fetching rosette forms, predominate as
trimmings . .............,....,,,,.,. .$9 to $13-50
KEITH HATS New with us this season. The rage 'in Eastern
. fashion centers. Of Tuscsn straw, with trimmings of ribbons
and wings $3 to $10
THE "CODEL" New York's leader of Tailored Hats' In the Fsshloa
' world. The "Colonial" Turban Snd the "Georgette"' (adapted from
. thFrench model of the famous Parisian maker whose name it
bears), take precedence among Spring's atyle votaries. These
i hats are beautifully and tastefully trimmed in the extreme of
'' Fsshlon's lstest fancies. Chiffon, foliage and roses afe plentiful
as roses In an Oregon summer. Price range. .... .$5.00 to $15.00
Our1 new manager arrives Wednesday. "At Home" on second
floor after that date. i WELCOME.) . . N