The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 04, 1904, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOTO&AJW PORTLAND, FCIDAY :JSVESIKGi MARCH 4. 1904.
I TOVN TOPICS (
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The American restaurant. Third and
Couch, is now probably one of the most
complete concerns of its kind la the
state. William Canaday. the proprietor,
has converted the basement ef the build
Ins; into a big bakery and now everything
in that line- consumed in the place is
cooked at home. The bread, biscuits,
rolls, pies, cakes, .cookies, doughnuts,
puddings, jetc; are delights To the palate,
and It doesn't . take an epicure to tell
that they are not of the "patented" kid
ney. The celebrated North Dakota No.
1 hard , wheat flour is used, so that It
is evident that guests of the American
are to have the best that's made. A
complete butcher shop , and monster
refrigerator are also in the basement,
likewise a store from which is drawn
everything In tjxe grocery Jin. Ranch
men supply fresh eggs from their farms,
and vegetables eome direct from the
gardens. . The American has made great
strides within the last year. It is now
perfection. ' . -
Vhile you wait! We have tht 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 yourwork
done, better sol leather for tha prices
we charge and work; second to none,
Men's soles sewed on, 80c, .60 and 90c;
heels fixed, ' 6e. Ladies' Boles sewed
on, 40o and BOci heels fixed, 10c. Rub
ber heels from 8 So- up. We call for
and dellver-wOrk free of charge: .Phone
Main 0S1, Yamhllt street, near Gas
company's office. - Goodyear Shoe Re
pair Co, '
- Thinking that for once he would have
enough fish, Abe-Xwrence, whose face
is well known to every Portland police
officer, yesterday afternoon picked up a
keg of flsh that was standing in front
of A. J; Farmer's grocery store, corner
Third and Jefferson streets. lwrence
was later arrested by Patrolman
Thorrfpeon, and this morning Municipal
Judge Hogue Informed htm that the
county Jail during the next six months
would be his place of abode.
To the Mitchell faction, the Simon
faction) the Pemocratio faction, the
Prohibition faction, the Socialist fac
tion, the Wide-Open faction, the Closed
fp faction to all ladles and gentlemen
of Oregon, Greeting; We wash away all
hard feelings and disturbances of every
kind and character. We aJso launder
your garments so neatly that there is
not a spot or stain left upon your repu
tations. 1 The Union ,.. Laundry, Second
and Columbia. ' .-. " '
Dan J. Malarkey delivered an address
on . local issues before the' Sixth Ward
Republican Roosevelt club last night in
llobkirk hall, corner of Corbett , and
Pennoyer streets. There were- present
11S. and they were told that the present
economical administration should b re
turned to office, and that In all probabil
ity It would bo. J. C. Dunbar, C, A,
Bryant, Joseph Tucker and v- George
Jtaughton, the club quartet, rendered
several selections.
- m,. nr-im.n'v WM4vn Mlaalnnarv so
ciety of the Grace Methodist Episcopal
church met yesterday at the residence
of the pastor, Rev. J. R. T. Lathrop. and
dlacuseed the religion of China. Presi
dent Mrs. Richmond Kelley presided.
nt ji mmhr ware oresent. 'Mrs. G.
J. Kirkland read paper on "Religion in
rhin - A "min onii" wil conducted
by Mrs. 1. C Pickard. Mrs. J. 8. Ham
ilton and Miss Mary MCKenwe sang. ;
Ta m f Nil n.m Kant 3. A. Lanafttt.
of the Royal Arcanum, is scheduled to
arrive in Portland aiarcn is. ior con
ference with tha local officers. He will
(.it thi. mrA council officers at San
Francisco end Seattle. A committee has
been appointed by the portiana ioages
to provide entertainment ioriun
. gulshed visitor. j .... .
t Palmer, for five years pas-
,. if h Amnnii Bantlst church. hSS
returned from Spokane,1 where be held
. ..rue nt revival meetings, i He is
. fh. hnm of M. J. McArthur.
681 Ankeny street, with his family. He
will soon go- to! Tacoma to hold special
meetings in the irsi uapu.i enurun,
' A meeting of tho executive board of the
Lewis and Clark Fraternal Building as
sociation is to be held Monday afternoon
at' 2 o'clock, at whicn time tt is ex
pected that articles of. Incorporation will
1.. ir.arh fraternal society of
the. city will have, a representative
present.
4 ai.i will tia'clven bv the young
people of the First Congregational
church at the t.. x..j. a. xomgni. mw
will be a short program, games and re
freshments. Baseball company C, O.
N. G. vs. t. M. C. A. Everything free
and everybody invitea.
4nn. nunirhum a 1vr-nld arlrl.
was ordered to the Boys' and Girls' Aid
society by Municipal Judge Jriogue mis
for fla-htina- Mrs. Anna Kraln-
balng. The fight was out on St. Helen's
road. The cause was that bad names
had been called.
Jo Beelev returned to his horns from
the Good Samaritan hospital yesterday
h f ter an ooeratlon . on one of his teet.
He dropped heavy weight on it one
vear a to and soon after returned to
Drs. Adix C& Northrup
; , OSTEOPATHIC.
PHYSICIANS
Nervous and Chronic Diseases
EXAMINATION FREE
Suite 415, Dekum Building
BUSINESS
If you are thinking of attending Bus!
ness College, you cannot afford to Ignore
uhe best one In town. We havo the
most thoroughly equipped . Business
College in the Paclflo Northwest
BEHNKE-WALKER
BUSINESS COLLEGE
' Stearns Block, Sixth and Morrison.
Tel, Mala BW, Pay nd Wight.
work, but recently an operation became.
necessary, ,
Mrs. Nettie Slocum and Mrs. C I.
Butler's rooming; bouse, the Van Noy,
Third and Fine, ta as richly furnished as
any place in Portland. It will be opened
about next Tuesday. ,-Guests should
make application for rooms at once.
A 'meeting of ' the Brooklyn School
Alumni association will occur tonight
In tha-Jchoblhouse. A musical and lit
erary --program bai been Arranged, and
a general invitation Is extended to the
public, -
Fidelity band,' . fourth dance of the
series. Burkhard hall tomorrow even
ing, March S. Admission SO cents a
COUple. . :' , ' - .
Fine dayt 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. daily (except
c. t...t m 1 iii ...... - . A
The American restaurant is famous
for its hot cakes and coffee, 10c. Cor
ner Third and Couch., v
A rood annetlte. renewed energy. Pure.
rich. blood Invariably follow the use of
Wahoo.
"Peter Thompson" sailor suits made
to order. Mrs. VL Zeltf turns, Aiieny niag.
The Woman's Exchange, 424 Waahlng-
ton street Bread, pies, cakes, etc.
S. H. Gruber, lawyer, tit Com'cl Block,
THAN VESSELS
0. x. ir. cxaxtxbs xspobjdo Airs
X.EOOETT TO CAMT UVMTXfVM
rmrioHT xxro - sunns will
ATTEMPT TO RESOtTB WUCKEO
TULTOSr AT POST OKTOaU).
Owing to the overflow of south-bound
freight at the Ainsworth dock the O. R.
A N. Co. has chartered the steamers Re-
dondo and the Francis H Leggett to
carry cargoes to San Francisco. Both
vessels are expected, to arrive from the
south very shortly. The Redondo will
take grain In her hold and a deckload
of lumber. - ' -
Tho dock is so crowded with outward
freight that no more can be received at
present. Among It la about 1,200 tons
of potatoes. The Oregon, . whtoa sailed
night before last, took out a full cargo,
but there is enough freight remaining
for aeveral more steamers, -
Shippers say ' that Portland's trade
with San Francisco Is rapidly increasing.
but there does not seem to be any more
than the Usual amount of freight com
Ing this way. ; Down tho coast, however,
every vessel goes out loaded to the
guards. It consists principally of wheat,
flour and lumber. Ono reason mat ao
much freight has accumulated of late
at the O. R. A N, dock is because the
Elder missed a trip on account of the
repairs which were made to her boilers.
These have been completed and the ves
sel will ply regularly up and down the
coast. ... ' '
The Redondo la owned and operated by
the California A Oregon Coast Steam
ship company. F. P. Baumgartner, lo
cal agent of that line, received a wire
last evening from San Francisco, stat
in that the bar tug Hunter of Coos
bay. Captain McGee, would make an ef
fort at once to pull the steamer Fulton
off the beach at Port Orford. Ha was
also requested to send the Despatch
down there in order that she might lend
the Hunter assistance If needed. The
request came too late, however, as. the
Despatch had already sailed for Ban
Francisco. Mr. Baumgartner says it Is
quite probable that another tug will be
sent from the Bay City to help the
Hunte? n the work of floating the Ful
ton. , . .
POSTAL CARDS OF
BURNT LEATHER
B. B. Rich of Portland has originated
a novel form of postal card which has
proven exceedingly popular. The card
Is a piece ef leather, the sue or an
ordinary postal, on which is burnt the
words "Post Card," with space for the
address on the front aide. On the back
1 burnt an opproprlate motto, suitable
for associate, friend, sweetheart, sister,
wife or mother with space for such in
dividual communication as may be de
sired under the postal laws. The
leather card is mailable with a 1 or 8
cent stamp and hundreds of them are
being put in the mails daily by visitors
to Portland and others who wish to sur
prise and entertain their friends with
something new. ,
to roxx ait optical tsvst. t
. Uoarnel Special ScttIc.)
Chicago. 111.. March 4. Ootlclans from
all over the country 'will meet in this
city early in ths coming week to or
ganlxe an optical trust, which will con'
trol all the patented appliances and lm
proved lenses used in the trade. The
promoters of the movement include lead
ing optical Arms ' of - Cincinnati, New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago,
Boston and St Louis.: Each of the In
terested concerns owns valuable patents
outright and state rights to others. The
prosecution of infringement cases has
become a costly matter, ana tne propo
sltion to vest the control of these valua
ble patents In a corporation is due W
,wi. ......
Crowded and Busy. :
On account of retiring from business
the Scotch Plaid Tailor, 144 Sixth
street, between Alder and Morrison
streets, are selling out all unclaimed
tailor-made suits, overcoats and pants at
a great sacrifice. The stores at Seattle
and Spokane are closed and all goods
will be sold here in the Portland store.
The reputation of this firm and the fact
that they are selling clothes for youths
and men at forced sale from 26 to SO per
cent of value Is surely a big Inducement
for everybody to , secure their spring
outfits. Save big; money and get some
thing good and up-to-date. Tomorrow
will be the second Saturday of the great
sale. Crowds will be there and bargains
will go by the score, j - v
OMZXPLT PKUOVAL. .
. tv M w' - Kallna-av who nranitded
Rev. H. J. Talbott in the pastorate of
the Taylor Street M. JB. church, will be
a delegate to the World's Sunday School
convention which meets at Jerusalem
April IS..- JJOClor iycwukb s inuM.ur u
the largest Methodist! Episcopal church
in Indlanapplla. , '; -i c.
y Preferred Stock Canoed ffooda. '
, Allen A Lewis' Best Brsnd.
DO TOXT TAB XCX
DO TOO TJSH COAL
If so. remember the Crystal Zee
A Stoiags Co, Phone, Xast 844.
ORE
FREIGHT
IS
illiiSSilgiv 2S'K
BABY GRETA.
Little Eva in "Uncle Tom's Cabin," to Be Played Tomorrow at the Mar
. quara Grand Theatre.'1
jj I AT THE THEATRES j
"SAXD PASHA" A KIT.
Persons who went to Cordray's thea
tre last night expecting to see a barn
storming troupe, with a chorus of the
vintage of ' stagger through an anti
quated opera, had the surprise of their
lives. Carrick Major, through not a
little affected, has a voice that is worth
listening to. John E. Young has a pair
of the most fantastio legs ever seen In
tight trousers, and wins half his laughs
with them. Lottie Kendall, the sou
brette, in an Interpolated aobg, made
such violent love to a member of the
company seated in an upper box that
that embarrassed person had to leave
his conspicuous seat to scour the rouge
from his blushing cheeks. Miss Ken
dall makes. a most pleasing sailor boy,
and sings well. Eleanor Jenkins, though
a trifle husky to begin with, sang the
pretty music of her part extremely well.
The chorus Is really a thing or oeauty.
If, as the enterprising press agent had
It, the Bostoniana sent an ambassador
with bribes to lure away the choicest
of the hail! hall! galaxy, the Bostonians
showed good taste.
"Said Pasha" has been played before,
but the muslo Is agreeably light and
the audience liked it. Incidentally, the
Olympla Opera company is not named
for Washington's capital, its name is
one of the numerous tributes the coun
try paid to Dewey before he looked a
gift house in the mouth, and is one of
the things the admiral need not be
ashamed of.
'Said Pasha" will be repeated tonight
and tomorrow, matinee.
OOVCEXT AT m BtAXQVAX.
A concert for the benefit ot C. E
Nebergall, a blind musician, will be given
at 8:1S o'clock tonight in the Marquam
Grand theatre. The program: Double
quartet, a "Carmena" (Wilson), b "Twas
In the Month of Maying" (Strong), Mrs.
Albert C Sheldon, Miss Agnes Watt,
Miss Kathleen Lawler, Miss Hilda Heg-
THEY ACTUALLY
DO THO WORK
Pood Satan Is Worthless Unless Digested
Soma Stomachs Must Have Xelp,
Food taken into the stomach which.
from the nature of the food or the con-
dltlon.of the stomach, is not digested, is
worse than ho food at all. This is a
true statement as far as It goes and a
great many dyspeptics go only this far
with their reasoning. They argue with
themselves that, because their stomachs
do not do the work given them, they
must be given less work; In other wdrds,
they must be starved. It would be Just
as sensible for a business man who -Is
unable to do all his own work to cut
down his business to his own capacity,
as it is for a man to starve himself to
relieve his stomach. The sensible busi
ness roan employs neip s-na goes for
ward with his business. Likewise the
sensible dyspeptio will employ help for
his stomach ana give.nis ooay proper
nourishment. 1
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets actually uo
the work assigned to them. They re
lieve weak and overburdened stomachs
of a areat portion of digestive action.
Their component parts are Identical with
those of the digestive fluids and secre
tion of the stomach and they , simply
take up the grind and carry, on the
work just the same as a gooa, strong,
healthy stomach would do it
On this account Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are perfectly natural In their
action and effects. They do not cause
any unnatural or violent disturbance in
the stomach or oowejs. 1 ney mem
selves digest the food and supply the
jystem with all the nourishment con
tained In what is eaten and carry out
Nature's plans . for the sustenance and
maintenance of ths body.
How much more sensible 'Is this
method than that employed by many
suffererB from weak stomachs. By this
means body and brain get all the good,
nutritious ' food they need and the man
is properly nourished and equipped to
carry on his work and perform hie du
ties. Ho could not possibly bo In proper
working condition by starving himself
or employing some new fangled, Insuffi
cient food that does not contain enough
nutriment for a year-old baby. A strong
man doing strong work must be properly
fed and this applies to tha brain as
well as the body,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, by reliev
ing the stomach Of its work; enable it
to reouperate and regain its . normal
health and strength. Nature repairs the
worn and wasted tissues Just as she
heals and knits the bone of a broken
limb, which is of course not used during
the process of repair. .
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for
sale by all druggists at 80 cents a box
and they are the one article that the
druggist does .not try to sell something
In the place of that's "Just as good."
Their unqualified merit and success and
the universal demand for them has
placed them within the reach of every
. one,;- V;;;;v-'.:'f ..'y:..,
1: mm
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5 "V
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lee, Mrs. Byron E. Miller, Miss Rita Han
sen, Mrs. Berta Grimes and Mrs. Wal
ter Reed of the Treble Clef club; duet
Merry, Merry Are We (Gomes), Mrs.
Albert C, "8heldon and Mrs. Walter
Reed; piano solo, "Rondo Capriccloso"
(Mendelssohn), Francis Rlchter; bar!
tone solo,. "The Hotn" (Flegler). N. C
Zan; ' violin ' solo, "Romance" (Max
Bruch), Miss Lillian Meyers; character
impersonations. Melvin Dodson; soprano
solos, a "Jean" (Burleigh), b "You and
r' (Lisa Lehmann), . Mrs, Albert C.
Sheldon: baritone solos, a "I Cannot
Tell" (Victor Kemp), b "When Love Is
Gone" (Hawley), Parts I Packard; piano
solo. "Hungarian Rhapsodle No. 14"
(Llsst), Francis Richter; contralto eolo
'Sing Me to Sleep" (Greene), Mrs. Wal
ter Reed; double quartet, "Love's Dream
After the Ball" (Cslbulka), Edgar E.
Coursen, accompanist
AT TSCB AXCASB.
Cross A Holden, a song and dance
team, who are appearing at the-Arcade
theatre this week, sing a new song en
titled "Am 1 RightrThia-vocal ef
fort is decidedly melodious. The star
act of the bill la the Nelson Sisters,
who are pretty and clever and worth
seeing. ''
"TATHrtTBA" SALE OPB1TS.
Johnny swallowed his breakfast with
greater haste than usual this morning,
for he and a great many other people.
stood in line at the Marquam theatre for
the opening sale of seats for the per
formances of the ' opera. "Fatlnitxa,"
which take place at the Marquam Mon
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings,
with matinee Wednesday afternoon.
Fatlnitza" will be the event of the
musical season. It ' is exclusively by
Portland talent.
OPZBA AT COBBBAT'S.
Cordray's theatre is enjoying a short
run of comlo opera. Commencing with
the usual matinee Sunday, the Olympla
Opera company will present the famous
Thomas Q. Seabrook success entitled
"The Isle of Champagne." The entire
production for this opera M carried by
tha organisation, ,
TXB TWO OBPBABS."
The Two Orphans," which the Baker
company is staging so successfully this
week, Is the same old play, without
any embellishments or artificial devices
to detract, that it was years ago when
It was the foremost drama on the stage.
It is as far above the ordinary melo
drama as the ''sky from the earth."
wxircraiTXB.
"Winchester,' a military drama, new
to P6rtland, but of well-earned note in
the east, will be the play at the Baker
next 'week, beginning Sunday afternoon,
with a strong plot, and plenty of com
edy. There are also novelties in stage ef
fects, such as a girl's wild ride for the
life of her lover with the effect height
ened by klnetoscope views which make
a real and exciting stage picture some
what new .in the west
"UBOLB TOM'S CASXBV
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be given at
the Marquam Grand theatre tomorrow
afternoon and night The part of Uncle
Tom is played by Fred Bennet. the
original Tom in Stetson's company.
Kitty Morgan and Bertha Crosble are the
Topsles and Nick Glinn and Qeorge Har
ris the . two Marks, the lawyers. A
street parade will be given at noon to
morrow. . 1
Testimonial Benefit Jonlght
What promises to be a musical treat
Is the testimonial benefit given for C.
K. Neberall (blind) at tho Marquam
Grand this evening. Some of Portland's
best musical talent will assist in ren
dering vocal and instrumental music.
Lovers of good tnusio are anticipating
tha performance. '
TVir nrnmlaaa tn ha aa manv canril.
dates for governor of the slate of Wash
ington as there are candidates for
sheriff in some counties in Oregon,
This is the only place in' the
Northwest where you find a food
ladles' tailor, making suits, jack
ets, capes, riding habits, etc. We
manufacture'
WALKING SKIRTS
Wholesale and Retail
The lowest prices in the city.
Perfect lit guaranteed. Mailor
ders promptly filled. '
A. Lippman
' 884 TAKXZLL STBBBT.
' Phone, Bed U94.
Look at This!
Made-to-Order Garments
- , " FOR MEN'
- - AT PRICES THAT ARE REASONABLE
as now,
Armstrong, The Tailor
' 313 Washington Street
CLOTH SOLD BY THE YARD SAMPLES BY MAIL
.....
The
with more friends
men than any
made. $ 1 6.00 in an elegant 20- .
year gold case. WALTHAMS
as low as $12.50. Easiest pos
sible terms. Tell the next man
who asks the time to come to us
and get his time on time.
i. geurtz m sms
Easy-Way Home Furnishers
173-175 First Street 219-225 Yamhill Street
SPECIAL WATCH SALE
, All Makes and Gradea
A FEW OF THE SPECIALS
Gents' 20-ysar filled Elgin, Wgltham er Hampden ............f 11.00
Gents' 25-year filled, 17jeweled, Elgin, Waltham or Hampden .f 22.00
Gents' 25-year filled 1S-jeweled Elgin. Waltham er Hampden.. $19.00
Ladies' 20-year filled Elgin, Waltham or Hampden...... f 14.00.
Ladies' 25-year filled Elgin, Waltham or Hampden ...........$17.50
Ladies' solid 14-k. gold Elgin, Waltham or Hampden .'........$19.00
Gents' niokla .... ;.....; . .$1.25 UP
Every ona warranted.
. COME IN AND HAVE YOUR EYES FITTED WITH GOOD GLASSES.
Abendroth Bros.
"A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE"
A true old proverb when regarding your
teeth. Now is the time to attend to
your teeth. Delay causes great destruc
tlon of teeth that have Started to decay.
Our well-known skill and every modern
appliance Is at your disposal and our
term will be found moderate. Dr. W.
A. Wise, 17 years' experience, will ex
tract your teeth without causing the
lightest pain. All of our work is per
formed in a manner to challenge, your
admiration.
PB. W. A. WISB. aP nrArA
WISE-BROTHERS, Dentists.
os-gia rt.xx.mo nvxuoivQ, coVaet tbobd awd WAsaisaTOW btkets.
Open evening till . Sundays from to 12. Oregon, WalnL202,
A topic of discussion that Is likely to arise at any time Is the question
of Clothing. As spring approaches the subject of a Spring Suit or Top Coat
is utmost to all men, and there are but few who are lacking in sufficient per
sonal pride to avoid appearing in public In an Ill-fitting suit of spring top coat
There is sbsolutely no reason why one should not be properly dressed this
season when a strictly tailor-made suit can be had at such reasonable prices
$25.00 AND UP
Every careful man in dreaa prefers to select goods that are suitable to
his tastes -.In style and have same made up fashionably to his measure, which
when executed by a flrst-olass tailor assures him a strlotly up-to-date, perfect
fitting suit that gives hlra a distinctive appearance among his fellow men.
There are a few men, of course, who would like to dress well, but who
think they cannot afford the price of u tailor-made sult which tha high price
tailors charge, and force themselves to continue to wear ready-made clothing
from the eastern markets, much against their wishes and comfort.
If you ire a member of the brigade that baa been wearing ready-made
clothing, I believe I can Interest you in tailor-made garments. I make suits
as low as $25, tbe equal of any suit turned out by the high priced tailor for
140 to ISO. If you can afford to pay lis or $20 for a ready-made suit you can
afford to pay a little better price and get a suit selected from our large line of
strictly up-to-date spring suitings, made to your measure, nicety trimmed and
a perfect fit, which I guarantee. The pleasure you will have in a suit I make
will make up tha small difference in price to you, to say nothing about the At
and the wearing qualities and appearance after being worn a while, as my
suits always retain their shape. Then, too, you have the satisfaction of hav
ing worn something Just as good as the other fellow.
When you have your clothes made to order you are patronising home in
dustry, the money you spend remaining at home and often finding Its way back
to your till from whence it came.
' This spring my line Is pertlcularly nobby, new In design and oolors, many
being exclusive with me and will not be found elsewhere in Portland. I would
like, if no more, to have the pleasure of showing you my stock, and the styles,
as well as the manner I am making UP these garments. A look will convince
you that they cannot be equaled In the city for the price asked by ma,
Deuber - Hampden
among railroad
other watch ever
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
334 ' WASHXVQTOY ' 8TBZST.
' Vortlana, Oregon,
AKTrffSSfSYTn.
Marquam Grand Theatre yr'&8$
Performance 3
StturrUy, March 6. 1904,
BtcUOB's eouble
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN COMPANY
Popatar erealng prlw Kntlre lower 0onr,
fSe; entire b Irony, 60c; itllry, JBo and Me.
Bargain naiutee price aauita, eoe; cnu
drn. 26e.
Bet are now eiiing . FBoae, Mala SOB.
CORDRAY'S IHtATRE i.
CORDBaT RUSSELL. Manager.
Srvnlng price. 16c. S6e. Me, 40s and IUV.
Matinee prim, adult, S6e; children. 10c.
TOMORROW EIGHT,
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT.
Marine Saturday, th fa moo
OLYMPIA COMIC OPERA COMPANY
Of fortr p"Pl " a B)t 'delightful presenta
tion r in sreai eaurirai trareetj,
SAID PASHA"
Chang of spar,- Sunday matin, March I g,
THE ISLE OF CHAMPAGNE" '
TBE BAKER THEATRE
: 0org to Baker, Sol Leasee aa4 Manager.
Tonlgnt, all thla week, matinee Saturday,
Special production ef th noted drama,
THE TWO ORPHANS"
Craning. 60e, 86c. Se, 15a,
' Matinee, SBe, 18, 10a, '
NEXTWEEK
. Beginning Sunday matin, March I,
Edward McWade's grt 5 act military drama,
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TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT
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' Marqaam Qrand Opera - House,
rrlday Vlgat, Karoa 4.
Vocal and Instrumental Music
Portland's best musical talent will as
sist. Tickets 60o. For sale at Woodard.
A Clarke, Aldrlch Pharmacy, Model Drug
Store, Washington and Qrand . avenue.
East Side.
ARCADE THEATRE ,
SEVENTH AND VABRinOTON.
REFINED VAUDEVILLE
S:M t 4:t0. T:S0 to 1S:I0.
SUNDAY CONTISUOt'S FKOM S TO 10 A,
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ADMISSION TEN CENTS TO ANY SEAL
PARK THEATRE
S00 Washington St.. Nt. nrm and Slits.
CHAM. U. JACKSON, Prop, and Mgr.
ANY SEAT lOo
One' nf th aafrst and mm t enr tkeatre
1 th city, Th koBM of Reflned Vaiirterille.
raterlng to ladle. tilldrn end ' gent lmn .
Continuous performnr from : to 4:80
p. m. and T:30 to lu:30 p. m;- Sunday, from
S to 'It l. m. ; -- - -
FRITZ THEATRE
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FRED ritlTZ, I'rop. W. U. BROWN, MV
THE HOME QF
VAUDEVILLE
Tw skew dally at 1 and S p. sa.
CONCBBT BALL
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HENRY WEINIIARD
Proprietor el the
City Brewery
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