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T::3 CnrCOII .DAILY; JOinmAL. PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 17. X?CJ,
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USE OF LAUrXOES
r;03TIl EfiD VOTERS
Bmttrm Second flomr '
; CLOUD CI7ITLE3
ARE - REGISTERING
"TT t'oliimbla 7
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nma i uy EatertatnnMat
la, vperrr vUry"
i ..... .k . . Vaudeville
"'V iiiiiuhii WW"MV VaooTlll
baker ......).... X...v,.YauevfUi
.;- into Frag, secretary of . the News
boys', union, has had hla commission -aa
. special officer revoked by Mayor
' . "WUMains, a mult of thar injudicious
arrrai x . us ; jo-yesr-oia son. of J. A. I
.Clock 'At tbe private . School of . lira. I
Margaret iUn. Becauae hla career aa
1 , 'a detect! v and special officer haa been
"brought to euch an abrupt end he vows
; vengeance dn Chief of Police Hunt and
Mayor William, whom t he holda re
sponsible for ,hU humiliation. ., He he--J.
:clares. he wilt use bis Influence among
mm newsDoys to defeat Mayor William
. at the municipal election. Pra's; la said
' to' have overstepped his ' authority by
serving the warrant on the boy outside
, The executive committee of the board
.'"-of trade on new" constitution and by-1
f3t laws postponed Its work uatll . this
, , . afternoon,; whorf "I- large meeting will
' ' .pass upon the matte. Tbe committee
-ches. named .the following delegation to I
i, represent tha bovrd at the coming con-1
L4tJo") of., the L Oregon development
league: T. C Devlin. ,T. S- Townsend,
,P. E. Beach. Wail Is Nasb. O. W; Allen.
,B. -Leev Paget, C W. Not tins-bam, .P.
V W.. Ouster, J. D. Lee. O. E. Baker. B.
iH. Kllham. 8nca Smith, J. H. Flaky B.
,1. Pague. R. h. Tata and Prank Dayton,
Pur, paints and Alls. . P. JS.. Beech. It
" ' Co.. the pioneer paint company, agenta
Senours floor paint, liquid veneer, jap-a-
, - JaA Berry Bros.' varnishes. Blackjack
.harness, oil. Neat's enamels. New Era
paint, 'window and ' plate glass. Mil
, Jirst street.. Phone 1114.
, ' Steamship Roanoke, J,I0 tons, sails
'for', San Francisco, Ix Angeles,' Coos
.Bar snd Eureka, March II, t a. m., from
Colbmbla dock No. 1. Round trip Los
Angeles, 143.60; Ran Francisco, I.0.
Ticket- office 261 Washington street
Harry Toung agent , r
ir, . , w I,, a i ifg 'ewitwSWa-pWSfflt
. -- The members of the reception com
mittee' of tbe Canadian society- of Ore
' goa meet at .tha Olandora tomorrow af
: ternoon at S o'clock, when arrangements
Tuesday m ApriL - ,. . x
60.000' Immigrants Wanted To locat4
along the Oregon: Wafer Power & Rail
way company's line 'between Portland
and Katsoada. ' Por loformatloiv inquire
'of the Oregon Water Power Townslt
company, 114 First street. PnoneV.JfcUin
-a- Susie JCste has-aaked-fori divorce I
from William O. Bites, eomplalnlng that
he gamblea his earnings and does not
support her. Bb asks that ber maiden
name be' restored 8 us le Kerr. ' They
were married In Portland In Jons, 1I0S.
t. ' tacada -Offers Opportunities ' to
manufacturers which means -millions
of dollars if properly handled. For ln
' formation inquire of tit Oregon Water
Power . Townslte company,- 114 First
streeU' Phone, Main 214.
t - - Kenvdn'a aarsaDarUla. which can' be
- bad of Albert Bsrnl. b druggist. Ber Qrge A Cameron, Judge Hogua's.pre
Jond and Washington, for Tf cVnts a Bov lecessor. Joseph A- Strowbridge, Jr. R.
4l. baa long had the spproval of phyai- B; Blnnott and others wil seek Repubs
ciana, ana nas no equal as a spring raeai-l
. cine and Wood puriOer. , . . 1
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. Lost Black Cocker spaniel, tf male; 4 I
months old; answers to ths name of I
" Blossio; went astray In city Park, Bun-
day: reward for her recovery.- 461
Flanders' street, betwesi
Twenty-first. ; -
t.i, . j- j
Steamship Nome- City" sails - for Ban
Francisco direct, Friday. .Marchr IT. at
p. m. Cabin tlt.4W second class (.. I
'Heals and berth included. P.' P. Baum-1
sartner. agent. Couch street dockv Main
- Tourists, as well as city peopla, finan
cially embarrassed, will find the Port
land Loan Office. 74 Third street, the
safest and moat reliable place to trans
act their business Rates reasonable.
- Dr. Stephen a Wise will presch this
evening at .o'clock at Temple . Beth
Inrael on . "Israel and the Nation, or
Need Man Stoop to Conquer
welcome, v ' .
All are I
B. at H. Cough end-Croup Syrup Tbe
great children's remedy. In use over 10
yeara , - Always reliable. Bronchial
troubles. For sale by- Knight Drug Co.
' R. & a Cough anil Croup Syrup The
most useful family medicine. Keep- it
en hsnd far emergencies. Colds, coughs,
croup. For eale by Knight Drug Co.
' Ksweas teelety Charts samba
Oentlemen snd ladies meet your frlendi
' Bee- R.. W. Traver, organiser, at 4 tit
Wahlngot street. - J- ' !'
1 iWlseonlrfn society. Former residents
of Wisconsin sre requested to enroll st
' office of H. U Powers, t Chamber of
. We clean snd press year clothes and
shine .your shoes for 1 1.04 per month.
unique tailoring co. T wasningtoa.
.. Main 114.
,-. Mis 8. Bell announces the display- of
early spring millinery now reedy. IS4
Grand avenue, near Hawmorne. y
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' Analey (display, Pfunders, Id and Qakl
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As your grocer for Golden jDheddaa.
1 - Orpheum,' vaudeville, burlesque, evna
' Card of Thanks.' :
'I desire to thank the' lodges . and
friends of my deceased husband for
their sympathy and kind attention dur
ing his Illness and at tne funeral. Mrs. i
C. 9. Bartel. '
Noticed our hat window?
If sq, you probably paused
and-took.'iTi the many-
nobby spring - ptylea,
shapes. . .V . .y
' The Cheswick, our $3.50
'Hat, has long , been" re
puted as a paragon of styl-
ijhness. Come see how ;
well" one looks' on you '
He vvctt, Br-vdiey CB. Co.-?
mnmu w km. v.
. tt Vaaiiegtaa, aear teaad Tseatre. -
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Tom. Ashton oJ Leeds. England. .Who
... Is to Officiate Jnd 0f tba Com?
' inf Bench Show of the Portland
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Man Candidates; Decfart , Their
.-Readinw, to Accept Nomina-
u , tJona for Local Offieaa. i
POPULAR WITH CROWD
City' Attorney McNarV Will Have
to rignt. xo noia wiucn-
, . v , v Wanted Place.. J '-
. The office of municipal Judge will be
sharply fought for in tbe ooming eleo
tlon. ' Candidates " are . numerous, and
Democrats and Republicans are anxious
for. . the i nomination. .: : Judge M. ; w.
Hogue, present incumbent, will enter the
Republican primaries wlthth prestige
oi.nis semes . in in past . lores -. years
and will make a flght for renomtnatlon.
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WJ'T. VaOghn'wanta th Democratic
nomination for that .office, and Oglesby
Toung Would not object to receiving It.
J- B. Ryan, who was regarded as a oan-
Idldate, has anntranced that ha 1-out -of
tha race. .',?.,.' , . .
Anotbsr lively v contest among, tbe
Democrats will be over the offtce of city
attorney. .It is said ,. that Thomas. O.
Oreen Is a candidate." and R. W, Moa-
tagus. who has been proposed for coun
ellman at large, and also for mayor, is
now "brought out by his friends for city
attorney. Thomas O'Day haa - been
placed on. the list -of available-candi
dates, ' and Oglesby - Toung might aak
for tbat nomination Instead fthat for
City Attorney McNary wants renoml-
nation. : i
A Democratic ' candidate I fof auditor
has appeared. In -the -, person of John
Lament, 'who may make an effort to
secure the nomination and make the run
against Tbomaa C. Devlin, who Is con-
ceded - he Republican, nomination if be
ease tor it. ar. umoni naa oeen quite
prominent res avcandldate for mayor,
butt has said that he would not enter tbe
flejd. for.. that pomlnaUon. -t
S9eutk Portland 5 Democrats - of 4e
Sixth -ward- today announced John Mon
tague aa their candidate for councilman
at large, and John Haitkemper for ward
Still another Democratic candidate for
mayor went on. the available. list today,
when friends of O. W. Allen proposed
SAYS CONTRACTORS WILL
Final settlement between the city
and. the Pacifio Construction company.
wnicn Duut tne Morrison street nnage.
wnu not uute piece untu tne con tree
tors'. have fulfilled -, every term of tm
contract, aocording to Whitney 'L.
Boise, s member of the special Morrp
son street bridge commission.
"Tbe contractors will have to remove
the old piers to a depth of 10 feet, and
will .'have to dredge the channel, be
neeth the bridge, he continued. 71 un
derstand that they are working as rap
Idly' as possible under present coadl
neath the bridge," he continued. "I un-
tlons. It is a slow matur to remove
the Old ptera,, but 'they are favored at
the. present time by ,the,eatremeiy..low
water." '. .. ---
Over S,00,is due tee contractors, but
a -portion- ef this Is due the ..city, for
demurrage for. failure of the company
to flnlsti -the constructlon'or tbe -Midge
witbing the . time spec I fled In the con
tract. It is said that over f l.eoe may
be claimed by the city for the faUure
of ' the company ; to comply with .the
contract. ' --, '.'-
Tenth. Annual Spring Opening.
On page 14 of this Issue appears a
large advertisement of ths Salem Wool
en Mills, 81 Third street. - The adver
tisement In Itself Is calculated to catch
the eye of. every reader, but better still.
It has an Important measage to every
beholder. Though .apparently written
for the sterner sex only. It haa a word
for - wise mothers ' it tells them where
to go ;to save money on boys clothing.
The advertisement, hftwever. Is for the
publicity -ef the- Salem Woolen .Mills'
10th annual spring opening. The firm
announces that for spring wear It has
brought to Portland and., put on their
tables, shlves and countere a matchleaa
array of correct clothes for men. Par
ticular atreaa is laid upon the -young
men's "typical college: clothes," selling
for tie te tte a suit. 1 These clothes
were especially di-stgnrd for 'young men
who. want-something, smart and snappy;
out of. the ordinary. A complete de
scription of these suits In given In the
advertisement, which will easily "beer
close' Madlng.- Fse-lt...v,M. V' r "
Specter o.f a Measure Long De ad
r Worries. Many Hon-Resident
l j$ iOwrtere of Property. ;
RlUL ESTATE SOLD IN
COUNTY, AS OLD JUNK
Tax Imposed Years Ago May Be
W-r Cause of Great Loss to
-.ri'':-' Purchasers.. '
Tbe. old mortgage tax on realty tn
Oregon occasionally ' raisesf , to plague
non-realdent owners of property. Per
sons who bought realty believing that
all back taxes were paid, sometimes dis
cover that tne mortgago taxaa were for
gotten. ' These claims are designated as
"old Junk," and, un)eaa the officials send
tbe owners notice thay would lose their
last opportunity to save the property
from sale without redemption privileges.
Ths mortgage - tax law was repealed
about. 14 years ago.
This weak a letter came to tbe county
clerk from Louis M. Mowbray, an archt.
tact residing In New York, saying that
he bad received notice of .mortgage
taxes due for the years 14l, lit and
1841. amounting to MZ.41 on 8.41 acres
of land In section 80. township 1. -north
of range S east. In this county. ' Mr.
Mowbray Intimated that he thought
there was' some questionable element In
t'he transaction, and said: .. , '
Tbe above amount Is but ons. of .the
many claims whlcm nave lately neon
paid ten this property, and H seems that
there la some scheme to get aa much
out of Mrs. Mowbray aa possible. Tsxes
have been paid on it since Jt came Into
ber possession." -'
The explanation is round in tne im
position for a few years of the mort
gage tax, - Many peoeone who nave kept
their taxes paid promptly each .year
Inca. the law was repealed have for
gotten or never know about It, and are
In danger Qf losing tneir property, xor,
when once wold aa "old junk," It cannot
be redeemed, t -. , -. 1.
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OLD HORSE SALE AT 1
'THE CUSTOM HOUSE
Portland Merchant Loses Dollar
Fifty oh a Dollar Eighty
, Five Purchase; r I
Seised and unclaimed goods' were eold
at tbe customs bouse yesterday alter-
noon at publlo auction, in uis wuw
tlon -were six cane of opium confiscated
by officers of the '' government. . All
tbe Others goods had been lytngsln ths
warehouse of. the customs nouse nuua.
In far nearlv a'year.
r. 'Barnen, oeputy oounori -
toms. -aotad aa auctioneer.' and - naa a
crowd - Of - Cocahus -- and -Chtneae
bidding agalnat each- other at a livery
rate; many articles sold at a higher
figure than they eooM have been pur
tiuat oV in- the . stores -un town. . A
sauce made lit the orient attracted the
eye ef tbe Cninese end It eommaaasa a
fancy price. Tbe enure ouim orougui
a total of 88S.
- Prom the looks of the- cigars they
were .manufactured' about 10 years ago
nv a.varv Door workman. A celestial
picked up one of them, bit off the end
or it., mane a wry race ana mi.w
down In dlsrust The box contained 104.
Finally some one bid "two-bite" for the
lot. He was raised 10 cents. The price
was run up' to $184, and a Portland
unhut -carried away, the prise. He
afterward remarked that he would -lose
about Si te for bis "smartnesa.
N DIANA SOCIETY
k 1 WANTSH00SIER POET
An Indiana 'society was formed' last
night with . the following orricers:
President. W. H. Evans: secretary. .
J. Lisvlnson. To prepare a constitution
and bylaws E. J. Jseger was appointed
chairman of a committee to be named
later. The membership roll already con
tains about '17s names, and tbe success
of thereolety Is assured. It Is pro-
poaad4Vtnake.it a permanent organisa
tion, and an effort will he made to
brine- James Whltoomb Riley -to tne
exDoeltion. The next meeting will be
held at the city hU Tnuraday evening,
March 80. C ii Wood has charge of a
program for tbe occaalen.
The. Missouri . society win noia its
ertlns this evening st the
Chamber of , Commerce. Officers will
be elected, and arrangements made for
permanent headquarters, where all Mie
seuiiene attending, tbe exposition msy
be received.' and' where, Information re
carding former Mlssourisns snd de
sirable locations for settlers cen be
disseminated. - t . .7
Clothing at , Less " Than Cost of
So announces' Paul : Strain In an ad
vertisement In this Issue. Claiming
that buelneaa is dull and to stimulate
activity, -a sale wU open-tomorrow of
818,000 worth of men a nno uncaiied-ror
tailor-made clothing suits end Over
coats. 1 These goods are'ell strictly tbe
product of leading eastern tauora ami
represent the ereami 01 tpe marset;
earmeata left on. the bands of. tailors
after deposits had been .made. Secur
Ing an tmmenae stock of these goods
I2&.040 worth they will be put on sale
tomorrow , and the sale will continue
until 1the " goods -are - gone 826 misfit
suits for 810: 880 misfit suits for $18.60;
Priestly, cravenettes, $10; misfit coats.
nsnts. vests and overcoats all to go at
nronortlonatety low reouciiona. naia
nwH- in there'e nothing to stop . you.
Instead of outj 4-foot doorf we new have
86-foot entrance. .,; - .
KimT rnsowAx ,
L. M. Curl of Albany Is at the Per
Mr. snd Mrs. 1. H. Walker of Pome
roy, Wssh sre guests at tbe Perkins, .
P. H. D'Arcy ef Salem la at tbe Im
perial. :"' t s- t
A. Watson of Newberg la at the im
perial. ', ? ..' --" ' S , 1
Mrs. W. B. Ounn of Albany Is a guest
at tbe Imperial. ,
Mr. and '.Mrs. Otis Patterson of The
Dalles ere regiatered at the Imperial. ,
E. P. Weir of, Salem Is registered at
the Perkins. .
Charles Grlssen ef McMlnnvllle Is at
the Perkins., v. . .' , ;t ;
H-B.ern- of -Oold. -Beach la 'regt
tered.st the Terklns.
Mr. and Mrs. Bdwsrd Orlmtey of Wal
lace, Ida., are guests st the Imperial,
B. P. Morse of Pomeroy, Wash., It
registered at the Imperial. f - -f
Mucft- Needed Landing WiSI Ce
"y Built at the Foot of Oak "
Street.' . ; -
OWNERS OF SMALL CRAFT
WILL CE MUCH BENEFITED
Promoters of Wharf Talk of Run
-ning Boats. Frorn River Into
- George U Steelsmlth and L. A. Clark
have leased property at the foot of Oak
street on which they will build a publlo
boat landing. A float $0 by 30 feet Is
being built and tbe work will be rushed
to completion. v-. -.
There la no euch dock in the city, and
the builders say thla is for the purpose
of affording a landing place 'for the
Urge number of .gasoline, launchea In
the harbor but any- boat ,wlll be accom
modated there If the owner pays for the
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The proprietors will also operate
small fleet of gasoline launchea. and
when they, get started say that ons of
these will leave every 10 minutes for
different, points In the harbor. When
the Lwls and Clark fair opens they ex
pect to reap a harvest. Mr. Clark says
he will aak the privilege of selling tick
ets good for admission so the exposi
tion ground to thoso woo take passage
en the boats. He sarya a canal from tbe
river to Guild's lake le talked of.
Steelsmlth and Clark Jiavs just re
turned from s seven-years' stsy In tbe
Klondike country. -
EXPENSIVE PIECE OF WORK.
Already tMOOVaa Been gpsa 0a Work
Competent authorities -estimate that
the eum of $80,000 haa already been ex
pended In the work of raising the stssm
ship George W. Elder, and tbe comple
tion of tbe lob la not yet In sight. -Many
of those who have bean keepjng in touch
with operations are beginning to arrive
at the conclusion that ths underwriters
end owswrs of the craft would haea been
ahead had they placed heavy charges of
dynamite on board and touched them off.
Several attempta made to raise tbe
vessel have failed. It la now said thst
workmen are placing cement ground the
bulkhaada. which have been built. When
this work iias been completed, It Is ths
intention te pump the water out of the
bold. It le asserted In some - quarters
that the river ia at "such a low stage
that It will be Impossible to float the
Elder until tbe June rise. It ia said thaU
the Jagged rocks which protrude through
the bottom of tbe hull will prevent the
vassal from being lifted with the
at first expected. Others claim that
only manner In which it will bo possible
to dislodge ber from, ber long resting
place will be to. place a pontoon on each
slds and lift ber by means of machinery,
MARINE NOTES. -
' Astoria. Msrch 17. Arrived down at 4
and sailed at 8:40 a. m. steamer All!
ance for Coos Bay and Eureka. Arrived
down at 14 and sailed at a. m.
Steamer Redondo for San Francisco and
coast ports.- Arrived at 7:06 a, - m.-
Schooner Alexander T. Brown from
Winslow. " Balled at t:40 a. m. British
steamer Has Elbe for Tsingtau, and
schooner Beulah for San Francisco. Ar
rived down at 10:30 a, m. Schooners C
A. Klose and Polaris. Outside at 7 a. m
A four-masted schooner end a two-
masted brig. Left up et 11:40 a. ..m.
Schooners L, 11 son and Cbeteo.
. Astoria, March 14. Arriver at 3:40 p.
m'. Schooner Luzon from San Pedro,
Arrived down at 4:40 p. m. British
fAttmi n.a It" IK. I
' a - n...L 1 m a.iii . . .
p, m.' Steamer KoaaoKe, ror roruana
and coast porta,, from Port Los Angeles.
Sailed at 8:80 p. m.' United Sutes trans
port Buford and steamer tsee xor Port
Astoria. March 17. Condition of the
bar at . 8 a. m., smooth; wind west;
weather clear. .
ALONG THE; WATERFRONT,
While shifting at the" Portland mill
dock yesterday tbe schooner Alexander's
anchors dragged g'nt the cable which
extends across the river to the Inman-
Poulsen-power -plant, but ; only Blight
damage waa done. - . .
In addition to repairing tne nuiwarxs
dn the Lonsdale the contractors will
rhake a number of Improvements to the
Francisco yesterday evening wun niw
I Bee Daily, Ads, fog Bargains.
Saturday all day we will sell at a big
Regular 30c MATTING
"" Saturday at ,:t'
16c Per Yard
Bay sTow, pay aa Ton Oaa.
"' i4-ie rxmsT b. '
' Tormerly Mew Tork Pmraltars Ce.
m riaavoa xo bxtt rrrBBiTuaa.'
49izl00 feet on
south side of Cliaaa
St between Sixth
and Seventh ; cement
tlon for cellar) fine
hotel site. . ' r .,
V'-'V Applj to ' ' .
B. M. LOMBARD
014 Chamber of Commerce.
tons of wheat and 400.000 feet Of lum
ber and a full passenger list - , '
The gasoline launch Gaaelle, which
was launched yesterday, made- a trial
trip this morning In the harbor, and
everything worked satisfactorily. . The
vessel Is owned by. McLean Key, of
La Grande, Or., who win operate her
during the fair. She haa spaoe for T6
The schooner Argus cleared foV Ban
Pedro this morning with 760,000 feet of
lumbar.-.-- , . v . ,
With a full cargo of general merchan
dise and the uausl passenger list, the
steamer. Alliance sailed last night for
Eureka and way porta, , t
At tbs request of the Pacific Construc
tion company, aoundinga of the depth of
water at the draws have been made by
the United States engineers and city of-
riaiaia, wno report that the channels In
that locality are $0 feet deep.
suroAD' oomorev ' '
The United States transport Buford
Is expected here from Ban Francisco to
morrow. - She - sailed yesterday.- She
will take '460,000 feet of lumber and the
Nineteenth Infsntry to Manila. An ef
fort will be msde to have ber ready to
aall for xhePhlllpplnea on April - . V.
Two battalions of artillery are being
brought from the Bay City. The sol
diers will corns over from Vancouver to
Portland on one of .ths river steamers
and disembark at the Greenwich dock.
Joan of Arc."
Tse Baar sew faces seas at tha ftsaiaaea
ef "Jbaa of. Arc" at tse CDtamMa abew that
the tide ef onmi, wklch wlU be at flood seat
has already art toward Pertlaaa.
Tbaae etfaasxre are rantaroaa Is their urates
ef the OulasibU sod eftea seek the SMnager's
efflce to sxpnas It.
"I eoold not beuere my ears." exelalswd
a Mew Yorker last Blent, "whea I heard that
Portland atock compear waa playlas Jeaa ef
Are' at SO easts admlaeloB; nor my eyes, either.
wars 1 saw ror sirwir the aasiptsoas etsce
srttlnss SHd Btagalrlreat aetlhg ef the gnat
historical play. Kaatcra alack eempaales abl
oom rise above farcea; sever higher thas light
eoaardy. . Yoa couldn't eastlaee say ef oar
back east saaBagera that s atock eeaipaay eesM
pat os the ezpraalre snMnenoas yes so 1
set go broke os the jump-off."
1 1 mi ,
"Beaucaire" Seats Tomorrow." -
Tomorrow st 10 s'rlock the advaace sale et
orate will opea for Creetoa Clarke, who eoa
to the Marqaasi Oraad tbeette sest Tseaday
bicbc IB "Mossiear neeacaire." The snea.
arrved eoaBeeBce ripoaid IS "Moasiesr Beaa
ealre" as a sUt-edso eosMdy rosiaBee et Um
unconventional type give saaarasee et Its ear-
dial reeeptioa here. Tbe aaaoriattoa with Ita
food for trior of sack s slittnfulahed actor aa
Uvatna Clarke la aa adeitioaal reaaoa why
each s eosiswasable attraeUos is likely te take
away pieaaaat siiinnries el its nsit to spore-
etatire laoaow saaoss.
Tne aorthlasd alnser. Bn neadrlcss.' Is
hla play, -Olo Olaoa,'7 Is srortsg s great sae-
ai Tne Empire tnoaUHi, where he
playing all this week. ' Teaicht
Ins all this week. ' Toaicht Mr.
ll.ndrlcfea f I r- way to the Asrient OnVe of
Mllxprnlana, bet riiwi I the vefc-assnrrBt with
a siatlnre toaxmow and will iilit oat a ver
auccaful week . tomorrow i'Slfht. . It Is s
pULy that leaves a pieaaaat Barar behind, a
unr- ef rnotir .rasianco aad brave eoean of
fosdneaa and (Impurity rhUng triumphant oviv
rvatrated villainy, and IrrltaUng mloreaivp.
tlons la- u foortk set, which Is short and
week '.: .1
-y Firit Tfanron the Coagtv--
What la rrnnrted ts be one ef the frw
Vimlne dramatic hita ef th seaaoB. "The
Mooeahbir'a Daechter" Is to be the offering
at the Kmdm theatre- all salt week, startlsg
with the matlww Bnnsay.
A romantic lore atory is Interwoven la the
rtlna ef tbe nlay which atrlkM a rMmosalTo
rliord In . the (fcearni . of all btholsera. Th
Intenov sreaea"" are reltrvod by nnmnona Mia
of MBwey, which, sed aast to the sstartals
SHUlt. -,.''. . .
., ; 1 m . 1 ,
Beats sre sow ea sale for the oeealsg ef
Marl Corrlll great drams. ThebBa." whlrh
will start the week at the Columbia sert
Mooday nlsbt. Always charming, -laaoeeat and
pare, "Thrlma" la the Idrel love atory. ea.
pedally for feminine thratre-goera. It will he
area at the CotamMa all seat week, with Hits
Coostiss is tbe Ultle role. .
; ' The Grand Theatre.
At the Grand thla week " three -lumber ea
the bill are toot the saaw In atsndinc a . are
enatented at the Orphesm Is Han mseiaro.
The Japaaere troop with Bum Ktrni's altde for
life is s thrilling sensation. - The rraBeenra
kedinf company preaantn a neat emsedy. D
Cne Ukes his life is his bands at each per-
' The ax.
At the Star the Brother Rants- ar tse top
liner thla mrek la os of the etoverast hand
balancing seta ever n In th city. Hngh
Kwujmmw mm n poMur miruoiOBi, ...
'At the Baker,
RamnbaL th lien, at the Baker this week.
ia said t b th moat virion beset of thla
apvele la the world. Frank Hall, hla' trainer,
enters th ea( at each performance.
Lyric Stock Company.
Thla compeer I Baking Bond thla week In
tbat rlerer, seat cenwdy-dramn, "la Cherry
Valley." Th play haa made a dlaUBet, hit,
tni'iu epecialtlea betweaa acts,
am xovm OP MVSXO.
- A-pleanant- Sunday: evening majr be
expected - by ell who attend the song
service at the Massalo-Srreet Congre
gational church. - The soloists for the
occasion sre Miss Grace .Gilbert, so
prano; Mrs. Olga Bartsch Lang, con
tralto; C. M. Godfrey, tenor, and C. L.
Tucker, baritone. The program will in
clude a piano solo by Miss McKercher,
and quartet, chorus and congregational
singing. Ths hymnal for tbe evening
Is one to be uaed In the union evangel
ical - servlceg." "" "
Tears ef suffering relieved In a nliht.
Itching piles yield st ance to tha euro
tlvei properties of tman's OlntmenH
Never falls. At any drug store, 60
-' U-'.'i " 111.. i-i-vi-'
Republican Machine Insists That
i Its Full Strength Shall Be
Used This Year. ; r
POLITICIANS' MAY CAIN
: BY NEW PRIMARY LAW
Of the Registration io Date, Only
; ; About Ten Per Cent la
The north end ' and the queetlonable
portions of the south end are contribut
ing large numbers of electors - to the
lists of registered voters who are pre
paring for , the primaries, ' They a
ooming in squads under tbe guidance of
local strikers for the gamblers. ' Ai
though It was announced that the mar
chine had 'no ticket for the primaries.
and that It would, yield to the reform
element and permit tbe nomination ef
eadldates who would be - pleasing : to
those who Insist on lew enforcement ss
the primal Issue In the city campaign.
It Is apparent tbat registration of voters
ts not to be neglected by the regular
organisation of tbe Republicans.
' "Judging from 4he - present Indica
tions.' said a elttaen who baa been, ob
serving tbe registration of voters since
the books were opened on Wednesday,
"ths direct primary nominations law will
be used merely to register ths wishes of
ths professional politicians to weaken
whom the la,w waa enacted. If. they
get out their followers In greater num
ber thai do tha other element thay will
control, ths primaries Just ss effectively
as they did under the old law."
Tbe movement of the gamblers has
Just begun, and le expected to gain mag
nitude as the daya pass. It Is sppare'nt
that they will bring out every voter they
oaa control. - -.
Another striking feetnre of the regis
tration up to this time Is the absence
of Democrats. Of the total number,
444. registered up to last nlghC 44 were
Democrats, agalnat." 4S4 Republicans.
Wednesday, the first dsy the books were
open, 114 registered, of whom Its were
Republicans and It Democrats. Thurs
day, 111 registered, 401 Republicans snd
11 Democrats. . Thla is 10 per cent
Democrats and 10 per cent Republloana,
elthough ths vote for congressmen lsst
June wss In the proportion of about 41
Republicans to IB Democrata. In tbs
two days. . 10 Republloana - refused to
state 'their party affiliations;
With SSI voters registered yesterdsv.
there wss a nearer approach to tbe aver
age that must register for the 14 days,
which Is 400, than was looked for.
Of the 049 who have, registered. It
sre new enrollments ' end II -were
changes of residence..- ,j ... a.
1 ft. .
' "sTsaUy .rarnlsmed
ras aast bask) class
im.. lOth Bt, eer.
XassmUL ' - '
- i Having a very large stock of
fine linen warp matting on hand,
we must positively close It out te
make room for our new atock of
goods to arrive for the fair trade.
' Ws also-have a large stock of new
canton, crepe, and linen em
broidered patterns .for ladles
waists and . dresses, pongee silks
snd ether fine goods, such ss
grass , linen, table center pieces,
Japanese and Chinees latest novel
ties, curios, etc., at lowest prleee. .
Andrew Kan & Co.
.' 287 MORRISON
123 First Street, Opposite First tlatfonst E;-i
'"- .'."' ' - ,v Office Fi"r-J Czlr'-r; V
' in Shoes for Children at
this store.4 ; ' 'u:i
Opposite Perkins Hotel
tb sad aaatogtoa Sts.
Might Ian Pa
On ef the greatest reHgtose
- - draatas of the sga.
44 JO AIM OH ARCM
BplssHldly sreseated by the
at. ss. us.
Matin' at t,
Dolly yardea Casay
bob. S3T Morrlaoa: oei
au nr: nbaa sla
110. . Inning at theatre.
g EXT WEEK,
MAKOUAM ?StI?ggw' kSsratfTM"
ItAMT CTBNIMO ygBPORsf AgCB TOKIOsTX.
Lnat Tim In Portland Took
-' With Daatis ysrnaai and Ortclsal Cast.
KsmUI BMttae- prices raroet, ll-SO; sar
qot elrei. 41. Balcooy, 41. T&c, BOe. Oallery.
Sue. Evening pneas iew moor, . i .ow.
eooy. It. Toe. 60c antlro gauery. sec
aad teste, 410. Beats sow sailing.
EMPIRE TKEATRE -Si
Order seats by Pheas Ham UT.
kUtlnM toaaarraw, Hetaraays huh
tomorrow nlsM. ,
The..faierlt Bwedlah' dialect Siwitis.
. Ban BKNoaiuaa
?T OLE OLSOI
, PrleesBlatlaee. Me. lie.
um iftrf ZW. Sfie. BOe. -
ill ajest waekv atsrttn anodny aa tinea, '
.tbe New Tors guttea.
.. TEX HOOXBBTjru-S DAnenTtB."
Hmmm In P 110.1. 1
n.m mrirlnm raat. anw pmxliaclliiii BMi fat
New York City.
th Biros fob uni"
. Pmmmm Main SBt. '
TBT8UWABI IBOHFB. -
' " ' Boyal Japamae acrobats.
: nta,CBSCA aiCDDIKO CO.. Skotrb,
.'-. "THB GREAT CAKLBM, 'lBperaoaeter.
TUB AUORKS.. Society Bntsrtalsecs.
AKTfRBWS AND fHU), awedlab Ibaa,
tO.-BUa. wJ"a, nw i
Prteas Bveninss. 10c, 90c,
east Baaeays aad boUoays,
j wxxx BTOreTmro today.
i - tvo nowsi rjnrrm.---T--
.' MB. AND MRB. UCOB KaUaJCTT. '
bTOVrABD AKD COOK. . BA.DIB RKYNQLDg.
UJ0X9 BPgN'CEft. INEZ SCOTT.
ROPCOB AHBrCKLB. . , . v . .
BOIHOM PROJ KCTOHCO PW. ' '
NBW PBlCKft- Branlng. lOe, SOr and SBe.
MatlnM, eiornt Bvadnye aad bolldaya, lOr.
Week-aay show, -U a. bl. I M p. aa, ssd B
a. a. . -
THE LYRIC THEATRE
SB" SWT II AND ALDWB VI kg VIS.
. - Bnry aftaraeoa asd vaalsg.
amsuT raoDucnoN or thb rornt-ACT
BCSAXi OOatCDT-DaAM A,
-IN CHERRY VALLEY"
f BneeUtties Btsnea Acta.
m at S.S0. T:B sad B:1B a, Sa.
Canal prte f
Third aad TlaihlU at.. Keating noaaV ataa
, um. Larri-at VaadevUle Bono la IbsIs.
saves.-tarsret vaaoevuie uanse u
FRANK HAIX, liwTWK. ,
. . . -....I v V . k" aOT mnU ' ' -
Binnunr,! mni vw imjkw. .
B0B1KSON AND TRKNAsUUt. ,
TBOGIM AM DANIBXS. - '
i i KAN wnjwjN.
Adnbarine. downetalr, an; apntawa.
prfraulBree ni s:w. i ' maw - - w
A Besnsik sills yrodacUon Oom
. oatvwA frcaa Besayi Xaferavs.
now iren. coirrnroouj pufouuiicc
S to p. an. aast T 11. p. as.
COBCBBT BTBBT N1QHT.
1BI 4 ST BU BNBTPB. '
AsMrVas Bfbenl ef
' sb. wruxsji.e. ixacx. ,
Oateopathle rByslclas. All Carsei asd
416 Aolastoa stag. -'-' Bualllna Dtaraf '
Third at., bet.. WaB- a.,i. TfmImI
lagBMt a no bouts. '
Portlasd. Wlowot llrsga.
15 DRAWER LEGAL
-2 BLANK CABINEr ;
Selected Quarter-Sawed. Oak .
Wa have received 100 of these beeutiful Cabt-
nsts and will sell them at thie low
tfm whim tbejr laet. ' ;
Glass S K:z:.2 Co.