The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 26, 1904, Page 5, Image 5

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    . THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL", PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1904
TOWN TOPICS
The Chicago & Northwestern Rail
i road Is nothing: if not trictly up-to-date.
It has now Issued for gratuitous
, distribution a beautiful Russian-Japanese
atlas which it Is mailing- free to
all who send a 10 -cent stamp to par the
postage. Its splendid maps show Russia-
in-Eirrope, : Russla-Jn-Asia,. Japan,
Corea, Manchuria and China, and Its
.'descriptive and historic matter covers
every phase vof Information humanity
. could crave concerning: the far, eastern
(conflict now in progress. It Is about
such 4 publication as . subscription
, agents would ask $5 for, and would be
cheap at that A. O. Barker, the com'
pany's agent, 153 Third street, Port
land, mails the atlas from this city.
Detective Hartman this morning re
covered $75 worth of dental instruments
: that had been stolen from the office of
Dr. -William Koehler, First and Main
Streets, on March 10. The Instruments
. are said to have been hid by Joseph
- Smith, who was arrested' several days
ago by Detectives Day and Werner on
: the charge of committing the robbery. At
the time Smith was arrested S7E worts
tf instruments and dentists' material
were recovered by Day and Welner. This
. was only half of the plunder taken from
Dr. Koehler's 'office, and Detective Hart-
loot.
Albers Bros. Milling company has
lately secured the services of Mr. C A.
CarlJ gle.xMr. Carlisle is -anrexpert
cereat-aianr-havtngrysars or experience
tin the manufacturing of breakfast foods
both in the east and on the coast. He
Brothers' cereals and believes the cereal
manufacturing business on this coast
jiae a epienaia xuiure. Jtie taxes cnarge
of the city business for this firm, and
will call upon the merchants In the in
terest of Albers Brothers' v celebrated
products.
Writing from Jefferson, Or., Thomas
O. Hogan inquires of City Clerk Fields
wnether or not a woman giving the
name of Mrs. Mary Hogan secured a
marriage license within the last six
weeks. The records show that on March
15 a license was issued to William Todd
authorising the wedding of William
Baker, aged 29, and Clara Hogan, aged
23. Hogan does not stats why he
, wishes the information.
Two steam heated polishers attend to
tne business of the Union Laundry, Sec
pnd and Columbia. Some time other
laundries may adopt: -, these expensive
machines, because of their excellence.
but at present the Union's are the only
ones in town. They are stem winders,
and they don't "yellow" or burn the
goods that pass over them.
me cruiim via velvet carpels are
among the furnishings of the Hotel
Van Noy, at Third and Pins, owned and
conducted by Mrs. Nettie I Slocum.
formerly of the Kingston. It has gas
and electric lights, steam heat and hot
and cold water in every room. Private
baths and all modern . conveniences
Transient and permanent guests invited.
t'hone Brown 47 z. j
Notice to many Journal readers who
are' corresponding and investigating our
iuc nil iiiriuiDni. ah - reserva
tions withdrawn April 1. Tou must de
cide quickly. Big developments when
. snow goes. . Coutlee Coal & Iron Co.,
;tui uregonian ouuding. . ,
, The mission for non-Catholics, which
is being conducted at the cathedral un
der the auspices Of the Paul 1st fathers,
will .final- IKIa Avsnlns DairtkiMlna kt
week Rev. Fathers Smith and Weyman,
who have been conducting the revival,
will conduct a Catholto mission at St
At the full dress parade at Hill Mili
tary academy, announcement was made
of the promotion of Adjt-Capt M. A.
Van Houten, who is now a major, and
Capt. I K. Savage has been made ad
jutant in his place. M. R, MacBwen was
mads captain of company C.
"How the Mayor of Sodom Won and
Lost," is the subject of Dr. Brougher's
sermon at the White Temple tomorrow
night It will have special reference to
Portland's moral condition-and no doubt
will be of unusual Interest
I pack furniture for removal or ship
ment ao it careruuy ana at little ex
pense. Upholstering, repairing, ' re
finishing, expertly done. C E. Walborn,
2 eecona; pnone uooa i77. '
O. A. Morrison 4 Co. have moved
their stock of wall paper, paints- and
picture frames from 2 28 First street to
207 Thirdtstreet -between Salmon and
ii.iiii,;,
Beckers Millinery, J14 Third street
Ladies are. cordially invited to lnsnect
the Imported pattern hats and choice
selection of novelties. Prices exceeding
ly low. .
For San Francisco, new fast steamer
Aurella sails Tuesday. Cabin 111.
steerage It. Charles B. Steelsmlth,
a gent Oak street dock. Phone .Main
2960, T
Fine dayt Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. Two stores-
Washington and Cth, Morrison and 6th.
Steam boiler insurance covers damage
jo boiler, property and for injuries.
Campbell Rodgers, 111 Washington.'
, For the maintenance of several old
women whom the Old Ladies' Home so-
o YOtr Tin icb
DO TOU USB OOAXj
Xf so, remember the Crystal Tee
Storage Co. Phone. Bast 144.
MANN & BEACH
. PRINTERS
M Second Street
Ground Floor
BEST WORK
Low Prices
TelenbOM 444
Broken Line
And ths family washing all in the mud.
Did you ever experience ths situation?
Isn't it annoying. Ths annoyance and
the possibility of these accidents are all
removed if' you send in your washing
to us try it ; We mend your clothes
and darn your socks. -,
OREGON LAUNDRY and
TOILET SUPPLY CO.
4bons East 13. - C T. ETAS 3, Kgx.
THIRTY YEARS OF '
THE HUMANE SOCIETY
The credit for the birth and progress
of the Oregon Humane society is duo to
the efforts jot .W. T. Shanahan' nd
sprang from an Incident that occurred
in 'Portland some SO. years ago, ' Mr.
Shanahan' was going, hpme from ' his
place. of business when his attention -was
attracted to, a , crowd gathered -4n the
street near by He Joined the throng
and discovered a negtcS teamster beating
a poor horse which had fallen into the
gutter The animal was covered with
mud and had already been beaten blind.
Mr. Shanahan elbowed tils way through
the crowd and ordered the fellow to
stop. - The darkey was amazed.
"What can't a man kill his own horse
if he wants to?" ,. -- -
"No, hs can not" replied Mr. Shana
han, "and if you strike him again ! will
put you under arrest" .
It was a big bluff, but it worked,
and the darkey, was further ordered to
take the horse - home and dress its
wounds, which he Immediately did.
There was no law Justifying Mr. Shan
ahan' s threat at that time, but from that
time Mr. Shanahan determined to work
tocrystallse a public sentiment that has
since, responded to his efforts until now
he has the satisfaction of knowing that
his 10 years of labor has not ., been
wasted.'- , s v-v"-'.
- The charter members of the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani
mals and Children which organised In
1872, were: B. Goldsmith, president Phlll
WassermanjQem-JCllBsAbltjprv;
RVCardwell, rJame"SteeI, Dr. J. A.
Chapman, L. M. Parrjsh, William Wad
hams, Henry Falling, J. H. Woodward,
W. S. Ladd,, Rev. T. L. Eliot and pre
sent Corresponding Secretary W. T.
Shanahan. The society was not popular
in its early days. Like everything else
now, it had to contend with the pre
judices of some very good people,' who
had a sneer , for the man who would
prevent a dog fight or remonstrate with
the cruel driver while beating his horse.
Often a dead cat was hung on the latch
to Mr. Shanahan's door, with a card
consigning the unfortunate feline to
his tender mercy. . The society, however,
progressed from year to year. Ordi
nances and state laws were enacted at
its behest It is now no longer safe to
cruelly beat a child or an animal in
any county within ths confines of the
state. Perhaps ' the most effective
work of the society hat been In connec
tion with the public schools. During
the past 22 ysars the society . has
awarded prises annually for' compo
sitions relating to kindness to animals
and kindred subjects..
Said Mr. Shanahan:
"That the work of the humane society
has aided in individual progress way
clety is caring for, an afternoon tea will
be given at the Hobart-Curtls on Easter
Monday. The society Is collecting a
fund whereby it may erect a home.
Steamers' for The Dalles will leave
Alder-street wharf 7 a. m. daily (except
Sunday). Phone Main 914.
I.
Plate glass insurance against break
age. Maryland Casualty Company, 251
Washington street
Private alleys for ladles every after
noon at the Portland bowling alleys,
First and Stark. :
S. B. Gruber, lawyer. 81 Com'ol Block.
Dr. Amos, surgeon, Dekum building.
-. ' cxtock anrsxo. '
Tint Baptist
Morning
Prelude "March Petroll
Anthem -"Nearer My God to Thee",.
Schilling
Anthem 'Incline Thine Ear to Me"..
. ....... Hlmmel
Postlude "Melody" s. ...... Beethoven
Evening'
Prelude- "Oftertoire M. A. Flat",. Read
Anthem "No Shadows Yonder". .. .Gaul
Anthem "When Power Divine" . Shelley
Postlude "Adagio" Warren
. First Christian.
Morning - , '
Anthem "The Palms," tenor sola
Knud Knudson.
Solo "Just for Today."
Miss Maud Springer.
Evening .
Tenor solo 'The Kingdom Everlasting"
C. A. Bryant
Seoond Baptist.
Morning
Prelude "Voluntary In B Flat..Gelssler
Offertory "Andante" Cserny
Postlude "Festal March" Clark
Evening
Prelude "Ne M'oblle Pas" Poubodl
Offertory "My Faith Looks Up to
Thee" .....Schenecker
Postlude "Pastorale" ......... Lichner
St. James &nthna.
Morning - '
Organ Voluntary with Violin Obligato.
y'-ll Trovatore" Verdi
Anthem "Gently Holy Savior"
Gounod
Violin solo "The Palms".,. ...vFaure
Mr. Blankholm.
Vocal solo "My, Redeemer and My
Lord"... Dudley Buck
... , . Miss Sails.
to xxxr inrmiuiT.
The Multnomah County Principals' as
sociation and ths Teachers' Progress
olub will observe their first anniversary
tonight in the parlors of the Unitarian
church, Seventh and .Yamhill streets.
The officers of ths Teachers' Progress
club are: President Anna, Davidson;
vice-president Margaret Tracey; secre
tary, Blrdlne Merrill: treasurer. Myrtle
Chamberlain. The officers of the Prin-
Easter
Sunday
Comes early this year.
Have you ordered that
t suit? If you haven't it's
time. The wife will be all
decked oat in a new gown
. and hatwhat's the mat
ter with the husband?
' Let us deck you out.
Hundreds of spring novel
'ties in suitings to -select
from. We make the best
tailored clothingthat is
j sufficient
WM. VELTEN
; . TAILOR.
406 Vshington St.
from the savage to the civilised' and
humanized condition cannot be doubted
It may not be difficult to teach children
that .they have duties of kindness to
ward dumb animals; but very . many
children ; would be rslow.'ln making the
discovery .without Some kind of teach
in. ': ... '.: ,-,.. '
"I rerrfember the impression made
upon me when a boy.in school by the
familiar words of Co wper found In' the
school , reader: -i : would, not enter on
my list of friends,. though graced with
W. T. SHANAHAN.
polished manners and fine sense, yet
wanting j sensibility, the man who
needlessly sets foot upon a worm.'
"But aside from the sentiment and
the past earnest efforts of the humane
society,9 with the rapid growth of Port
land,- the time has come when a more
liberal support is greatly needed if the
work is to advance. Little has been
asked of Portland citizens, and we feel
assured that we have the sympathy Of
every good man. and woman in Port
land, and now ask for their influence
and contributions of 'money to carry
the -work forward. The annual mem
bership fee is 11 a year and It is our
earnest desire to add 1,000 names to our
list Persons wishing to become mem
bers can send by mall or otherwise
their contributions to me at 145 Alder
street and receive membership cards in
return." ,
Opals' association are: President J.
Tenscher; vice-president A. F. Hersch-
ner; secretary, W. A. Law; treasurer, J,
M. C. Miller.
CKXXra" FESS09AI
G. C Fulton and Allan Fulton of As
toria are registered at the Portland to
day. -
R. B. Hood, a prominent merchant Of
The Dalles, Is at the Imperial.
Mayor J. 8. Cooper of Independence is
in Portland today. ;
Miss Irene James, daughter of Su
perintendent C W. James, of the state
penitentiary, is in Portland today , from
flolam ....- I
Mrs. R. V, Pratt Is seriously 111..
Andrew Nelson, a banker of Llteh
fleld, Minn., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Pearson, 15 Marshall street
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Barton arrived
yesterday from Chicago to attend their
son In his Illness. They are visiting at
the home of Dr, S. J, Barber at 505
Yamhill street
Bishoo H. B. Hartslee of Harrlshiira'.
Pa., who was expected In the city yes
terday, was unable to arrive so all ap
pointments for him hava been canceled.
PALM SUNDAY
OBSERVED TOMORROW
The various Catholic churches
throughout the city will celebrate Palm
Sunday tomorrow with solemn high
mass. This commemoration of the time
when the Savior was met at the gates
of Jerusalem with the people carrying
palms of friendship is one of the most
beautiful of the Roman Catholic serv
ices. Palms that have been blessed will
be distributed among the congregations.
Those that are left In the churches will
be burned and the ashes saved until Ash
Wednesday. .
ran cms ram wtt.tsl
Itching piles produce . moisture and
cause itching, this form, as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles sre
cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy.
Stops Itching and bleeding. Absorbs tu
mors. 60c a Jar, at druggists, -or sent
by mall Treatise free. Write me about
your case. Dr. Honanko. Fhll'a. Pa.
Photographer
CORNER SEVENTH
AND WASHINGTON
s
Oil
Crayon
and Pastel
Portraits
E. W. MOORE'S work
speaks for itself; as it has '
for the past twenty years
in Portland
Engage Sittings
' Phone Main 2989 .
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AT THE THEATRES
- anrsxo at ras ekpim.
The first orchestral - program - under
Mr. Rice's , direction ' will be given
next : Tuesday at ths Empire theatre.
Saul Driscoll will conduct V- Among
the soloists are Mrs. A. B. Sheldon, so
prano, and - Edward M. Courtienne,
piarfist
"THB OAKS ZXETSm."
"'The Game Keeper," - which closes at
Cordray's theatre tonight will not keep
its .soriglnal date at the Third Avenue
theatre; Seattle, owing to next week
being holy . week, but will open there
Easter - Sunday. , , ,
OPXSA AT COKO KAY'S.
The Olympla Comic Opera company
returns to Cordray's tomorrow matinee
and will ; present Audran's "La Mas
cotte." It Is witty,, tuneful, swift, and
neVer halts, stumbles or - falls . down.
Mfs Kendall is the Ideal Mascott As
prfnee Lprenso, Young will - be seen at
bis best There is no funnier fancy
of the playwright than this much-affected
monarch. The Important role of
Flametta will be entrusted either to
Miss Theresa Baker or Miss Etta Stet
son, who Is a new acquisition to the
principals of the Olympla. - ,
Til A&OADB.
A sketch artist who draws pictures
in sand is one of the many strong at
tractions at ths Arcade theatre this
week. Among. th..othec. novelties. re
DeHotlls -s,nd Valore,-team-of French
Jugglers, and the Martyn sisters, who
do a soubrette act of much merit
AWA KKZO.
- The advance sale of seats wil open
next Monday morning at 10 'o'clock for
Anna Held in .Mamselle Napoleon, who
comes to the Marquam Grand theatre
next Wednesday and Thursday nights
and Thursday mattnee. r ; U ;
The City Federation of Women's
clubs will meet in annual session at
ths Selllng-Hirsch building Tuesday
evening, March Z9, at 7:80 o'clock. A
new constitution Is to be adopted. It
is not known yet' whether the annual
election of officers will take place. This
may be postponed until faU. Clubs rep
resented in the federation are: The
Woman's club. Council of Jewish Wo
men, Teachers' association and the John
Ivy Water Color olub. Mrs. Rose Hoyt,
the president will preside.
Grand Orchestral
leonbert
DIRECTION ELMORE RICE
Empire Theatre, Toes. Ev, Mar. 29
a W. DRISCOLL, Conductor
Soloists :
MRS. A. B, SHELDON, Soprano
EDW. M. COURTIENNE, Pianist1'
Sots f LSI, ft. 75c SOc Allea ft Gilbert's
Marquam Grand Theatre y-JSfEg?
. TONIGHT AT 1:19 O'CLOCK,
v Last Performance of
; BIUANCMB WAU8H
la Totatoy'f treat dram.
"RESURRECTION"
ETeaing price gl. SO, V, 7Be, 60e, 8ft, 2Se.
Asala, curtain at 8:18 sharp.
wiiuini iiiLniiu. Miia 80Z
OOBDRAX Sj KUBSELU Haoacers.
Portland's popular theatre.
TONIGHT. LAST PERFORMANCB OF
"The Gamekeeper"
BeaaUfol Play.
tCNDAT UAT1NEB, MARCH T,
Betora eng atcDient of the wtabliahtd
farorltM, .
Th Olympla Opera
Company
In the Comic Opera,
L,a Mascotte
No ebangt is prices.
THE BAKER THEATRE
Ooorg e L. Bakor, Sol Loaaee sad Mini fat.
Tonlfbt, rarewell Performanee of the Baker
jneitrt vompanr, in
"HUMBUG"
A farcical Corned In Thre Acts,
Erenlng, 50c, SBe, 25c, 15.
Ntxt Week, Beftnnis Soaday Matin, March
ST, Optalng of tb Nw Nelll-Moroac
Company la Nat Goodwin' gncce,
"WHEN WE WERE
TWENTY-ONE"
PARK THEATRE
309 Washington St, bet 5tH and 6th
CBAJ. 0. JACKSON, Prop, and Mgr.
NY SEAT lOo
On of tb safest and moat cosy theatre la
th elty h bom of rtflned Tanderlll.
rjATXBIVO TO LASIZS, CHILSSEX AJfD
ArtT ruTOBMAirczsi
2- MATINBBS-3
f:M TO : T. M.
3 EVEN I IN a S 3
T:I0 TO 10:10 T. X.
SUNDAYS
OoBtisn rf erausoa p. m. to 11 p. aa.
FRITZ THEATRE
MO-MI BtrtlTBISX.
IKED TEITZ. Prop. W. H. BBOWN, Mat.
THE HOME OF
VAUDEVILLE
TWO SHOWS DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
ARCADE THEATRE
SEVENTH AND WABBinOTOIt
REPINED VAUDEVILLE
t;M t 4 10. 7:M to SOtSO. . .";
rOB LADIES. GENTLEMEN AND CBILDKBia,
ADMISSIOI TEH CENTS TO kKt SEAT.
CONCEKT BALL .
blazieTbros, ,
ooncebt btebt bight.,
ms-mi bubnbio&
J -
The
, Selz Royal Blue Footform Last is the
niost sensible shoe-shape ever produced.
All feet are not alike. Some people
haven't even two alike. But the Foot
form Last fits a bigger percentageof feet
than any shape you ever saw.
it f
Try your feet in a pair. Get them
long enough. If you do, itll be long
enough before you need another pair.
REFFLING
IMPORTING TAILOR.
231 WASHINGTON
STRUT
Blood Purifying
Remedy
The coming- spring- is the time for
blood purifying;. The underaigned pre
pares an effective remedy from various
herbs and roots, which are entirely
harmless. It slso removes all Irregu
larities of the blood and, therefor, can
be recommended most highly to ail
women. Examination free. Office hours
rrom m to II a, m., and 1 to p. m.
MARIE EBERT
687 JTtrst St Portland, Or. Telephone,
West 3633.
-1 - '.U
Th largest and most complete un"
dertsklng esUblishment on the Coast.
P. 5. Dunning, Inc., 414 East Alder,
corner East 5lxtrt. Both phones.
Calls promptly answered to any part
I the city.
Every Woman
leimarawa ana inoaia mnow
Sboal th wooderrat
MAKVIl Whirling Spray
r Tlltul tjlUf. Mff
ioat CODTnlnl.
I llauau;.
aaa-mrarambtiw
If b rannot aaaplr the
HASIIIL, anijt ma
ftlwr. Da 1 Mm a Midi for
lliutrawd ' - - ' it
rail Dtrtleulfcra mAA dlMrtkon. In.
valDKblr in llu. a n a a: a. f"A
aua. mmw serai.
For Pale Br ;"
" WOOOUD. CLllKI Si flO-
XOWB si MABTIH Aldrlob rharmaoy.
A Boynton Furnace
In your bouse soon pays for Itself tit
comfort and savins; of fuel. Let us flu
ure with you on lbs cost of lnstaliiug
one la your house. 1
J. a Bsyes ruBut Co.,
tS Second fit Tel Wain 48L
last that is first
Your shoe man ought to be glad to. supply you.
He will make business by doing so. You'll ad
vertise him. Let us know if he wont
CHICAGO.
Largest makers of good shoes in the
The Yost
No. 10
The Machine ,Behind the FINE WORK
Excels all others in
LIGHT RUNNING '
PERFECT ADJUSTMENT
PERMANENT ALIGNMENT
EASE OF ACTION
BEAUTY of CHARACTERS
AND DURABILITY ;
75,000 SOLD
Yost Writing Machine Co.
230 SUrk Street PORTLAND
We Bent We Sell We Exchr.e We Kepalr
TEETH
AT CUT RATES UNTIL
APRIL 1st
I TEETH.
the Boston Painless Dentists
are doing all dental work for cost of
material to introduce our late discov
eries and painless methods.
rainieas Extracting Free
Examinations . . ..1 ..Free
Sliver Killings 9 At
Gold rilllngs .7S
Gold Crowns 8.00
Bridge Work , S00
Full Set Teeth .... 3.00
. NO STUDENTS EMPLOYER...
Come- at once and take advantage of
low rates. All work done by specialists,
WITHOUT PAIN and guaranteed TEN
TEARS. Our late botanical discovery
to apply to the gum a for extrsctlng,
Ailing snd crowning TEETH WITHOUT
PAIN is known and used only by
Boston Painless Dentists
Corner Fifth and Morrison streets. En.
trance 291 W Morrison, opposite Meier
& Frank's. Hours l:3 s. to. to p. nvl
Sundays till 1.
Schwab Bros. PrintingCo.
Best Work, Seasonable Vxieas
47i Etaxk Street, rhone KsU 11
world.
WHEN YOU SEB
On OV TKESB 1VAJBE14I
Tou will know it was printed In
an office run under fair condi
tions. Demand It on all your
printing:.
Portland Allied Printing Trades
Composed of
The Typographical Union.
Ths Printing Pressmen's Union.
Brotherhood of Bookbinders. .
Stereotype?' and JJlsctrotypsrs'
' Union.
Fine Grille Work
Carving Turn!n
Ornamental and Wood Novelties
Prompt Attention to AH Orders
Our Motto '
PORTLAND GRILLE AND
CARVING CO.
147M Trent St. STorth of Morrison St
T Pnone KaU X33S.
Oold Fillings ....".........$i.oo
Silver Fillings ............$ .50
Gold Crowns ......... .... $4.00
Full Set of Teeth .....,...$5.00
These aro new prices for first
class work.
I give my per.
sonal attention
to patrons snd
DO absolutely
EisrenttNt ALL
V WORK. I
have the latest
appliances
known to den-
- . tiatry. - :
W. T. SLATTEN, Dentist
1 loom U J4354 Wuhlntos St. ;
BBTWEBB SZCOB9 AJTS THXED.
Offles hours) S to S, Susday, 19 to U
FOtl A FEW DAYS
W will sell
S-Srawer, Bos Cover Sawing fa-
ohine . ...I8 si
Drop Bead i it
These are new and up-to-date t.Uii i
Machines.
280 TamhlU It., Orr Tea
Needles, Oil snd !";':?. : '
hand Machines ail raj.t, ti'.i-i ' . , ,
110 lu good orJiir,
; TRADES Iffiffy) COUNCIL
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