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THE OREGON DAILY-JOURNAL. PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, 'JUNE 5. 1005.
TOWN TOPICS 1
Marquea Oread.. '..."A Romanes of TS"
JioUk-o. ...... . j j . . . ;m. Cllmnera"
t.wslrs . ...,. r. .rBseget Wire '
.......... "Th Trlno. of Detertleee"
. Explosion attendant on the burning
iif. an armature an th motor of car b 1
on th Broadway Una of tha Portland
. Consolidated- lat evening caused
I'M ii ut in w tin: 11 jar, lvtiu o. t. iiiiiub,
its Clackamaa tret. East Portland,
waa aerioualy Injured by being; thrown
from the car to tha pavement. Mr. and
Mra. Will lama occupied a aeat. In tha
front of the car. which waa going south
on Fifth street - Just after croaslna
qrrjsoa street the accident occurred., ,
; - - " )
' "Oriental -Trade and Orlentaf pub
"Unity." a aubject of special Interest in
' 'f Portland, ha a -been etaetgned to Stephen
I.. Colee, editor of Railway and Marina
Newa at Seattle, for an address to the
convention of the Paclflo Coaat Adver
- -tlatna Men's aasociatton here -July 11
and II. Mr. Colea haa written to the
Portland chamber of commerce asking
to be supplied with any statistics wnleh
tha commercial Interests, her may de-
ire to have treated In hla address. .
Do you. we r a . truaat And. do you
have trouble In getting a good -and per-
""fact fitting one a truss that la or bene
fit "and use to your-7 Albert Bernl, the
druggist, vSecdpd and Washington, has
a truss that Is giving tha best of satta-
faction to thoae that are wearing them,
. and are also sold at a reaaonable price.
: A little money goes a long way .when
you let Albert Bernl attend to-your drug
-;-wntgr": .: --tt
- The union' evangelistic ' aervlces at
UnlyersltyParlrwtlt continue "through
this week. In spite of bad weather
- here- has been" a large attendance and
many conversions. . During the heavy
- ralna the meetings have been held In
the Baptist churPnTBut other were held
In a Htge tent accommodating 800 peo
ple. Mr. McCotnb will be at the park
thla week, and next Week will hold
meetings at St John a. J- ,-,
Tha American Inn, tha only hotel upon
the KpoBitlon . grounda.jisiiow.open.
Questa ar supplied with passea to- Fair
grounds; which csn ba-uaed, aa often aa
they may wish. Street cars to tha door.
Ask eonduct'or'tor point; of transfer.
v-t- Restaurant open irom a.m. to iw p. m,
' ' Regular meals, .breakfast and lunch, 80
! cents. Dinner. $1.00. Buffet and billiard
room.- Mrs. f.T. MeCready, manage.
: 'An- arolmD chichi Jell-a'thereorneT
"TSTFIrst and Salmon, streets yesterday
trfterneoirtruck,. struck Carmela Bal
tano, an Italian girl, to the ground and
--Inflicted Injuries to her head and cheat.
rTha, girl l 12 yeara nM and . has Inat
arrived from Italy. Accompanied by
an elder, alster. she was on her way
from- the Italian church to her home.
Pieces of glaaa were removed from her
forehead and ear by Dr. George v uson.
At Paauet'a ' grove a three "month's
'open afr-campaign" has been openedby
4he-Honeaa"cmiroh. m meetings are
under the management of M, L. Ryan.
" superintendent of . the Hollnes colH'g'e
at.Ralem, who will be assisted by Evan
's Relists Martha K. . Curry, Thomas C.
' Roarers. E. R: -Shelhammer and others.
Ji large pavilion In tha center of the
block la surrounded by tents. 1
L ' The memb'ri of the degree team of
Kvenlna- flUr grange. Patron or hub
bandry, which won. the prise, of 150 In
Vorest Orove, havbeen.Bresented--lHr
-gfanae ltha -aetofVeaolutiona
thanklns them for their work. While
nil the membera - were complimented,
Master J. J." Johnson was- mentioned
specially aa having contributed to the
efficiency, or the team, i
Jens 01senhia filed sullJnlbe
state circuit court'Taralnai the city of
" Portlandland school district Nol to
, quiet title to tne east nan oi, io i anu
I and the west half of lots ' 7 and 8.
"-"block 0, Eaat Portland. The property
la situated on Eeat Waahlngton street
between East ' First snd East- Second
and the defendants hold an old tax
'claim to It :.
The directors of Estarnda school dis
trict decided -Thursday night to Issue
bonds to a'sum not exceeding f 8.000 for
the erection of a modern schoolhouse.
Notices of an election on the question of
' Issuing bonds' to the amount of 14.009
hava been Issued by the directors, but If
this sum should be Insufficient an extra
Issue of' 2,000 will be authorled,.
-r Sellwood park, which will be used by
. the G. A.'R. aa a campground, haa been
cleared of rubbish and a' long frame
i...M.i. I feflilnv mrmftttA in th center
ofttirtOfreg f land. A famp ineHiig .
will be held In the grounda for 10 days,
but this will not Interfere with the prep
arations for the veterans, when they
come to attend the fair. 1 -
Th foundation of the floor on the
'north aide of the Stephena' addition fire
engine house has partly rotted-and the
.floor settles when the horses pass over
it Battsllon Chief olden, who exam
ined the building yesterday, will rec
Twnmend o the executive board that It
be given an overhauling at once.
"Th home mission quarterly of the
Portland Baptist churches will be. held
' ' tomorrow, beginning st I0:S0 o'clock,
at th Montavllla Baptist church. A
basket luncheon wlU be served at noon.
The Jun term of, the a'tata circuit
court was opened today by Sheriff
Word. Judge Cleland acted aa preald--rng-udge;
A wetek that la se heady, h llht ssi sebhy
that R aukaa aa lattaataaeeus kit with
- WELL-DRESSED MEN
Omr VITAL, KIOXEL, GOLD TrTLLXD AITD.I
GOLD, suxxiira rmoht
$7.50 to 3100.00
.lUnieaiVer, It eetta aethl te leak. W like
te "talk watoh," aayway, .
" i ilWTT.raa. nTtniAg. . .iev
: tjO JJorrlsea Itreet. . aear . fifth.
11 - 1 "- 1 l 11 T 1 ' ' " ..,u'
W OH IJEV ROAD
TO BEGIN AT ONCE
Oregon -Traction" Company Pre
MATERIAL ON THE. WAV
- FROM EASTERN MILLS
This End of Forest ( Grove Wire
Will Be Operated When
r Completed. , - - -
Ground 'will be broken this week for
the Portland-Forest Orove electrle line
of the Oregon Traction company. Tha
contrabtors will leave San Francisco
for Portland tonight: Tha steel haa
also been shipped from th mills at
Pueblo and Pittsburg, and materiel will
b on the ground in a few days -for
th construction of th line from -Front
street to th top of th hill west of
"Yea whave an order for : th T
rails for the Oregon Traction - com
pany's lltie and It will be filled at one.
In fact, th rails - hav already bee a
loaded and-started -f orPortland f rom
th mill of th Colorado Iron aV Steel
company at Pueblo," aald J. R. Bowles
of Bowles it, Co., Portland agents of
that Arm. "Th mills hav been
crowded with work. and th entire otder
cannotr-tee-filled -Immediately. - but wo
will get enough rail her at one to
eonatruct th tin to th top of the
bill, and : the remalnder-of th order
will follow as needed."
Xh rails are CO-poundersth stand
ard sis for electrle rosds. - These will
be laid from Twelfth and Stark streets
to Hlllsboro and Forest Orove. Th
line from Twelfth- to Front, on Stark
atreet, will be laid with heavy grooved
ralls,-almUar to those put down oy me
Portland Consolidated en Morrison
street - Th groord rails for th Stark
atreet line hav been Shipped - from
mills at Pittsburg.
Th: contractor,; .have-, been. tor., soma
weeka preparing to begin and - push
work to completion in the ah of teat pos
sible time. Steam Shovels and the
faatest tnethode of grading and con
ftructlon will -b "employed. It Is. said
by of fleers of the company that the' line
will be finished to Foreat- Orove by D
cember ' 1- Xhe PorUand, and, of. the line
will b operated aa eoon aa th read la
conatructed- to Balch'a guleh. where the
highest bridge' limnmr Portland la
to be built, before cars can.be run to
Killaboro. Timbers for th bridge hav
been ordered and the building of th
structure will be commenced, lmmedl-l
ately. ' v . .
Indicted for' unlawfully telling liquor
In violation of th local option law at
Montavllla, waa arraigned and allowed
until Wednesday to plead.- J., L. Post,
Indicted for the larceny of a watch
valued at ISO from the dwelling of E.
A. Hacker, -and Charles McGlnty,
charged with assault - and battery- on
FrancesA McGlnty. Ma-lfe.wer . also
allowed until Wednesday to plead. The
trial of Joseph Toung, indicted for aa-sault-with
a dangerous - weapon on
Kaapar- Van Drgnr was set for Jun 18.
Th t1tl of third rice president of
th Northern Paclflc railroad company
has been conferred on Charles M: Levey,
formerly knowa) a assistant to-th
president of that road.' Th new ap
pointment la a promotion for Mr. Levey.
That it la well merited is the unanimoua
opinion of railroad men on th coaat
Mr.. Levey haa executive, charge of the
system in the Paclflo northwest with
headquartera at Tacoma. The extensive
betterments and enlargementa contemp
lated by this company will be under hi
Immediate supervision. - , - :
Th Portland chamber of commerce
haa - a postof flee substation located -en
the ground floor near the restaurant en
trance. It la called substation No. 8,
and Charlea Franklin Is in charge. The
station . handles - mall. . atamps, money
orders and registered letters, . and.' ha
gained immediate popularity..
Tourists, a well a city people, finan
cially embarrassed, will find the Port
land Loan Office, 74 Third street, th
aafest and moat reliable place to trans-
set their business. Rate reaaonable.
Oregon City Boat tto round trip
from Taylor street, 8:10, 1:80, 11:S0 a.
m., 1:80. 8:80 p. m. From Oregon City
10, 11:80,- 1:80, 8:80, 8:10 p. m. I6a
round trip Sundays,.;. r
dlamonda and Jewelry. - Collateral Loan
Bank. 29 Washington St. Eatabllshed
IS years. Lowest ratea of Interest. ,
'. Steamship Alliance aaila from Coueh
street dock for Coos Bay and Eureka
Wednesday night,- June- T,nt- 8. F.-P.
Baumgartner, agt Main 8(1.
Any watchek cleaned, 81.00: main
spring, 81.00; all work guaranteed on
year. Metiger & Co.. Ill Sixth street
- Moffett Hot Springe." $1.80 day: 18
and 810 week; baths, 26c. Take Regula
'Try a meal without meat at th Vege
tarian cafe, 105 Sixth street
"Aniley Feinting Co..- 860 Osk.
WANT NO COMPETITION
IN WASHING DISHES
Oriental superstition caused R. A.
Proudfoot proprietor of the Creamerle
reataurant-considerable trouble yester
day. . -
A few day ago he- installed a patent
dlahwaeher In th kitchen of th restau
rant at a cost of 1280, Several Chlneae
ar employed in the kitchen-and they
refused to work unless the machine was
No goodee," Insisted th cook, "some-
blody - gettee Jiand clut heap . bad.Te
savvy? Ev'lybody quit If you no take
Proudfoot removed tha machine rather
than loa his cook snd other Chinese
help and placed It on th edge of th
sidewalk. . A short time arterwara Pa
trolman Rellly notified him that th
machine would ha to be removed from
th aldewalk or the Civlo Improvement
club . would "make a roar,
"I guess that machine I a hoodoo,"
declared the reetaurateur, aa h aent
the machln away to b stored. '. . ,
Fatt Train Service.
Th Canadian Paclflo haa Inaugurated
a fast train a err Ice. placing in commie
slon th Imperial Limited. Thl train
Is up-to-date In every particular, carries
both standard and tourlat sleepers, with
a ojining-car service unexceuea.
snectre that threaten tftby's
diarrhoea. Dr. Fowler's Extract of
w id strawberry never xaua to conquer
ihm. . . : ,
- j -
COMING J FORCE
- Nexfr 6atuHayrr Big-
Special Train. .
LOCAL MEN PREPARING i
WARM WELCOME FOR THEM
Middle West Men Will Spertd
Three Day Enjoying Sight -'
In and About City.
A special train aarrylng the members
of th Nebraska' Lumber Dealera aaao
elation on a tour of tha Paclflo north
west will arrlv Saturday.. Jun 17. and
Portland lumbermen a re .making ar
rangement to entertain them during
their atay of nearly thre daya. Lum
ber mill men all over Oregon r and
Waahlngton wUl Join In a welcome to
the visitor. A program haa, been ar
ranged bv th following committee:
Lloyd J. Wentwonth. Portland. Lumber
company; F. Ransom, Eastern A West
ern Lumber company; Oeorge M. Corn
wall,-the Tlmberman; Frank C. Knapp,
Peninsular- L,umbereompany-C- W.
Thompson. Win River Lumber com
pany J. it. Letter, Bridal Veil Lumber
company; E. H. HaDignorsi. rorumo.
Peaturea -of th entertainment will
be a daylight boat 'Tide up the Colum
bia river. - an - inspection of Portland
harbor from steamboat deck, a street
ear ride ever the city, a -visit to th
ezBoaltlan.- and ' inspection of th varl
mi. lumber mills In ' Portland and at
St Johns. To Insure that every detail
of a cordial welcome Is attended to the
following large committee on entertain
ment baa been appointed by the Port
land committee.:" .
ft ft Cobb.- Phllio Beuhner; R; B.
rver. J 'S. Bradley. J. C- Orlpper, "W.
1 C Frajicla. R. LK Iaman. W. B. Mackay,
J. B. Hamilton, A, a. uruxmacner a.
E. Wrenm-C T. Hogue, 8. Baum, A. A.
Courtney. H. H. Jonea, C, H. Jackaon.
(ieorge W Collins.. SamueL.ConnelX.. A.
Neppach. F.-M.-Schmidt George H.
Beatow, M. W. Perllue, W. Bt Fech
helmerM. C Banfleld, George C Mo-Donald,-0.-H.
Carleon. A. S. Douglass,
George W." Cone.rT.' K. Campbell. W. R.
Hume, W. F. McGregor, . 8. Froslld,
William - Eecles, JTank Davenport
Frankv-Murphyr-Oeorge- Palmer,- George
Mtnddard. Frank Geddea. Ben Reed, w.
B. Jamieson, W. D. Plue, E. D. Kings
fey, O. E. Streeter." Georg E. Johnson,
John Shaw. R. B. Bryan. R, A. Booth,
O. M. Clark. .-
;- CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Th First Christian church haa had a
very prosperous, year. Judging by tha
brief report mad by the paator. E. S.
Muckley, at the arvie yeaierday
morning. Th report I 3- duplicate
of th one that will be made at the atete
convention of the Christian churche to
be held at Turner, Oregon. Jun 88 to
July t. and 1 for th year ending Jun
i. 1905. Last vear 41 member wer
added-liy confession - of , faiths and . 8t J
Utlieiwlse. making -atetal el lit aeeaa I
alons. For local sxpenses the sum or
84.418 waa ralaed. t of which waa
for mission and benevolences, th larg
est offering ever given by the Kirat
church. Thla make a.total of 84.608.
which Includes the 800 glve by the
Ladle' Aid eoclety to the building; fund,
but doea not Include th money raised
by the Christian Endeavor society. The
Rihla achool or auxiliary to th C W. B.
LM which would lncreaae the amount fo I
I a.. A- txtne . . . - H
U , . V V . V w. - - - -
--Mr-Muckley-spok encouragingly of
th progress of the church In the spirit
of giving and aald: . L
While this amount doea noi repre
sent th limit of your ability, it ahows
a substantial increes. While ypu have
given more liberally than ever before,
you have given apparently with more
pleasure. This is a good sign. Nor
does the number of accessions represent
your ability to save people. Larger
things are till expected of us."
PORTLAND WILL NOT BE
OVERLOOKED IN FUTURE
Arrangements have - been mad by
Major IL J. Gallagher, purchaalng and
ahlpplng agent of the Panama canal
commission, to advertla In Portland for
all futura-bld -forlumber and other
materials needed in construction "of the
canal. Speciflcatlons have been received
by the Portland chamber of commerce
for blda on leather. .
Major Gallagher, replying to the
chamber' lettera and to requests from
the- Portland Lumber Manufacturers'
association for the eatabllahment of a
branch purchasing office in this city,
states that he haa been trying to secure
th appointment of an assistant pur
chasing agent," to be located at San
Francisco, and that such assistant would
attend to th Paclflo coaat business.
CHESTER TOOK MOTHER'S
MONEY TO SEE THE FAIR
Police Officer . Scallen Was tt th
station, immediately outside the fair
grounds, Saturday, when a report waa
received -from central etatlon describ
ing a boy who had atolen II. 2& from
his mother with which to see the fair.
A sergeant-waa reading the descrip
tion to' a. detail of officer near th
main entrance when 8r alien auddenly
left the ranka. He walked to on of
th gate and from the crowd laid
handa on a very little lad, who was
very much alarmed. Th lad had 11.18
and 'was in th act of purchasing a
tloket. His nanj Is Chester Ridge.
He was returned to- his home.
$23.50 Per Tort
Madfrom cholcV eelected bar
ley, carefully eereened and
cleaned befor rolling: -80-pouad
acka. No Oner artlcl can ' be
. , For delivery, add 80c per ton.
; Company '
Talrteeata and Kearney itreeta.
. Telephone Main 8807.
WRECK OF ELDER
SOLD FOR $9.(!S0
Junk Dealers M. Barde & Son
1' . OujnrJtr-Try-ty:
BELIEVE SHE CAN BE i
- MADE FIT FOR SERVICE
Underwriters, by Holding on to
Steamer, Lose. Over Thirty
: Thousand Dollars. - - -
M. Bard Bon, Junk dealers, bought
th steamer Oeorge W. Elder, this morn
ing for 88.000 and will try to raise her.
If successful, she will he repaired and
sold to th highest bidder.
.Surveyors will be' sent to Goble this
afternoon' to examine th craft and If
their repdrt la favorable a wrecking out
fit will be shipped there at once, and
th work of floating har . will be
By falling lo sell the Elder Immedi
ately after she went on th rocks th
underwriter hav lost more than 8 JO,
000. In-addltlon to this they-wtH -bar
to pay the Harrlman Interest In the
neighborhood of 8180,000, the amount
for which . she ' was Insured. ... Local
mariner ara-rvtdd tjf their views a
to wnetner or not in ciuor
floated by th new owners.
EMMA HAYWARD SOLD.
One TaatMV 8rtamer oa lllver Will Be
. Sianuuitled and Turned Into Barg.
For a mall amount th Shaver Trans;
portatlon company sold the .steamer
Emma Hayward this morning -to-Cap-teln'
James Good, owner of the steamer
America and Republic. The Hayward will
be dismantled and con verted" 'Into a
barge to carry elabwood from the penin
sula to Portland.
Steamboat men- recall the time - whan
the Emma Hayward -.waa -ths-awlftest
steamer on th river. Until about five
years ago ah was operated by th Ore
gon Railroad Navigation company.
Finally she was condemned and waa pur-
ohaaed by ..the Bhayex 01neHer englnis
were removed and.ilaced 4n- tne nnran
1 Dixon and the Hd eiift haa don errlce
sine os a workshop and storeroom .at
the foot of Waahlnaton street.
r the was built for the O. R. NTcom
pany In 1871 to -ply-on -the Willamette
and Columbia rivers. - Fora number of
years' she rail between -Portland and As
toria? Captain- JJ.j I. Deott, nojr oi
Seattle, waa at th head of -an opposl
tlon line. Wsnttng a boat to compete
with tha-Hayward ha built a vessel
which he christened th Fleetwood. But
despite her name she was unabl to lead
th old craft which has' just been sold.
Afterward tha' O. R. & N. took the
Hayward to. the aound, where she waa
operated for several years In connection
with other ateamere which the company
was running. .-. '.
CHEESE AND BAMBOO.
JLatter Arrlv oa the AlUaae.
On"of th shipments' brought by th
Alliance is a Carload of cheeae from a
factory at. Coquille, the flrat of th
product ever aent to Portland. Hereto-,
fore It haa been shipped to San Fran
claco, but th Alliance people hav se
cured concessions -from the railroad
company by which they are now able to
Quote a through rata from Coquille to
Portland, and from now on It Is aald
tha many - similar shipments; Will be
sent north 6nth steamer.
Few people know thatTambo poles
are grown In Oregon, but It la said that
the f wampa near Marahjleld are full of
tham. A large number were d lac har red
from the Alliance this morning and will
be placed on exhibition In th Coo Bay
building at tha fair,- They ar 18 er 20
feet in length, and Just aa fin aa those
produced in the Philippines. A collec
tion of Coos Bay coal for exhibition
purposes - also arrived on the atearaer.
Soma of th chunks weigh 250 pounds
A full list of passengers arrived from
th varloua point down th coast.
CARRIES BIG TIMBER.
JTorthland Taking Sticks Over Seventy
Teet Zionff to California.
P lelaflyMAngmbeTa-'are-ljelri t
placed aboard the ateamer Northland
at the Inman-Pouleen mill. Some are
more than 70 feet In length. It is understood-that
the lumber is for the Im
provement of the government yards at
The Northland la loading for San
FranclacO this trip; heretofore eh has
been taking cargoes to San Pedro, Just
before sailing north two of the larger
oil fuel tank were removed, giving
space for carrying 60,000 additional
feet 'Of lumber. At the time ah was
provided -with -the tank- It- was th
Intention of the owner to operate her
between San Francisco and points In
Alaska. Aa she ha been placed per
manently on the Portland route It will
not be necessary for her to have such
large-space for fnel.-
" MARINE NOTES.
San Frnnclaco, June 8. Outside at 10
a. m. Steamer Francis H. Leggett with
log raft, from Columbia river.
Astoria, Or., June 8. Arrived down
last night Barkentln Kohala. Left up
at 7 a. m. Har ken tin Tarn O'Shanter.
Outside at 7 a. in. A fouf-maated
schooner. Outside at 8:80 a. m. A four-,
Astoria, Or.,. June 4. Arrived down at
midnight and sailed at t a m. Steamer
Redondo, for Ban Francisco. Arrived
down at J and hailed at 8 a m. Steamer
Aurella, for San Franclaco. Arrived
down at0:8'f--mnd--eiHed -at--4:80
p. m. Steamer Roanoke, for Port Los
Angeles and way port. Arrived at l p.
m. Barkentln Tarn - O'Shanter, from
Ban Fratrctsco. Arrived, at 1:40 and left
up at 8:20 p. m. meamer Alliance, jrom
Coos Bay and Eureka.
San Franclsoo, June 4. Balled laat
night Steamer Caacade, for Portland.
Port Harford. Jun 8. sailed
Steamer Whlttler - and barge Santa
Paula, for Portland.
Aeloiia, Or., June Arrived down at
11:80 p. m. Oarman steamer Numantla,
Aetoiia. Or., June 8. Condition of th
bar at a. m. Smooth; light, aoutheaat
wind; weather cloudy
ALONG THE WATERFRONT. v
- Small boat In . the harbor wer kept
buay yeaterday carrying visitor to the
revenue cutter Hugh Mcculloch.
--In tew pf the Ocklahama'the barken
tine Kohla, left yeaterday for th orient
with lumber. -,'
It la- reported that th torpedoboat
deatroyer Perry will ehortly to ordered
to Portland. She waa here a couple of
week last summer .
With a full cargo and a big passenger
list th steamer Columbia will- sail
for Baa Francisco tonight.
Laden - with lumber-for-China, th
German ship Henrlette moved out In th
stream this morning from Ih North Pa
clflb mill. She will , leave tomorrow.
Report from, th ectuth' atat that
th little ateam schooner Sea Foam, re-
y eoH-eetgrtianrt, "ta H umiliig-
around vrything of her elx between
San Franclaco and Point Arena,
Taylor. Toung at Co.- report that th
Brlttah ' ateajnshtp - - Waddon which
reached Port. Townsend .th, other day
from Japan, waa chartered thla morn
ing to lead lumber on the aound for th
west coast of South America. - -
A four-masted bark wag sighted this
morning off th mouth of th Columbia
river. . So far a known no vessel of
that description Is due. It la possible
that It is th British bark Dumfries
shire, sailed the -other day for Mel
bourne, which may have been disabled
and put back" to the river. -
UOOSTT AaTS BATT IK SAT CITY.
Officers of the -steamer Alliance, ar
rived this ' morning from Eureka and
way ports.- state that they met the
Franc I a H. Leggett 'off Cap Blanco and
that eh waa getting along eplendldly
with her mammoth log raft. . making
ruuy six knots an hour. There waa no
wind and the sea waa smooth aa glaaa.
Th ateamer reached the Bay City at
10 o'clock thla morning,, which la much
earner than, wa expected,- ' " "Y
AT THE THEATRES.
: "Racket's Wife" Clever.
-TheT Inipfre - etoek - eempaay- Is -pre tiag
"Raekot'a Wife." fin old fares baaed od
OosMatlc Jars, this mk. It drew two large
audita cm yMterday, and kept Umb la a ad
Tanrad state- of hilarity.
, Mlaa aiootroea plajra Mrs. Toltnan admirably,
and ae tha han-pwkad huabaod William Harris
pleased imnMDMly. rrank MoDtgooMry as
Racket, Oforia Berrell aa Obadlab and sftta
rtiamtirlln Clarlc. aeortd bits; es uiniL
Tb. Incidental -aonaa ot Lr- Athry - were - s
elMela fMtor f -te rfornuiM- .
"Kack.t a .wire" wlU be prM
afteraeoa' ead eming ef tha wnk
- - . "TheCHm,berV Tonight
. This evralng Cljda Fitch will be repreaeate
at ib Balaaca Uiaatre-br-what-is-(Mrarally
accepted aa bla beat play, "The Climbers."
Thla play will afford excellent opportunities
to the Belaeco. playera. .. Aa Importaat featere
will be tbe eeenle effrcta. This la the flrat
prodnetlna of "The Cllmbere" at popular prlcee.
Lucia Moore will be seen ia the role orlglnatrd
by Mla. Mlnitiim. John , Salnpolli. l(jif.n
Urmondr, Clarace Monl.lne" and Morgan Wat
lace hare Important patta.- - Urglnald . aUaoo
will portray the. young ohappU, is which rote
rerdlnand Uottarhalk achlen dlttlnrtlnn. Thla
Play will also serve to lntrodnce to Portland
theatre-goers .kflu . Elraner Oordoa, who -will
continue with the Belaeco company,
r'g Notable Numbera-
Thls afternoon tb -Star will present a vaude
ville Dill in wnlcn there M not a aingle art
that will not be ' acceptable to amusement
eeekera. Richard and Cathart, tha Roman ring
artlata: the three Jordans "in a comedy aketrh;
the Flnnlgana aa entertalneraf Russell and
O'Netl -In a akttch; Johann and Mutt, "the
musical bell bora"; Ray Ogdea and company la
a playlet, Henry Miller In mimicry. Richard
Burton, the Australian baritone, and ihe ataro
acopa . wlU nuke a. program; that la hard to
beat. . ''!
. Feature Bill at the Baker.
"The Baker offers foe thla week a galaxy
of novelties. "Jones," Irresistible in. hia mono-
Ingne;' Blasehard sad Atlmeas he a elseea
skit; Mme. Alfrette -ia clever is her aerial
trapeee- act; .llnl . wlna mark apple nee aa
do tbe Bant Bros, la their acrobatic act; Jean
Wllaon'e new picture ballad is good; Smith A
foot keep the audience ta good humor. The
Hakeroarapa eonrraeee aa an star diii. Every
afternoon at 8:80 o'clock, and svery evening
at T:80 and . .... . - -
At the Lyric
The hyrte off era for this week "The Prince
of Detectives." a sensational comedy drama
SoaiHled -oe some ft Sherlock Holmes' ad
ventures.' A detective story is slways Interest
ing and eapecially an If it contains a eb.recter j
a well known te action as is Sbegeeea Heimee.
Thls bill will continue ellteek. wlttr a aiatlnee
every- day-st- :80 o'clock.- K real me at 7; HO
The Arabs at the Grand.
The Hadji T. Ben Mohammed troupe of Arabs
le tbe headllner at the Grand thla week, closely
followed by the clever Rene fsmlly. Douglass
end Ford, eastern cn medians. Eddie Ernie, the
world's champion monopede. Wins Trade Mor
row, the great operatle vocalist, the .Metaler
slater, character chanse dancers. Joe Bonner
In a sew Illustrated eong and tbe'grandlempe
with a fnnnr motion picture entitled "Tbe
Blgamlat," are all .entertaining. ....
The Empire is th plae to go for
your fin meals. Neat and clean.
Th Cabinet attrenaoTis.
' From th Balttmor American.
Whatever else may be aald 'about this
cabinet. It .cannot be sccuatd of a mo
notonoua personnel In office.
" The Very Latest
or sqliare. TERMS TO
l rormerri Hew Yrl Faraltart Ca.
,184 -O Flrat Street
I I ZTTWffil.. Wfcl -- tkeaa,
MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTER
383-385 East Morrison Street
Of tb'vrtoos aaea for coUaary purposes
" - . . of tha
Co., Ltd. -
D0RCHE8TEB. MASS. -
s (Eatabllshed 178a)
: " Will be given by ; T -
; Miss Elizabeth K. Burr,
(Domestic Science Dept. Bostoa X. W. 0. a.)
19th and . Washington Sts.,' Fertlasd. 'Or.
Daffly AU This Week
At 1:80 o'clock in tha afternoon and
8 o'clock in the evening.
Samples of Mtss Burr's preparations, such
aa Cakea. Puddings, Meringues, etidas,
Moufflea, lea Cream, -BaTarlan Creams, ale.,
will be served at each lecture, sea- aha
wilt " rx"7 pleased fo answer all Inquiries
regaratng tne same. - a mrrerem menu win
be prepared mnd served at each lecture.
Bample-cakea of the Walter- Baker Pre
mium No, 1 Chocolate, tbe Vanlla Sweet
Chocolate and little aample eana of the
Breakfast Cocoa, also a book of "Choice
Chocolate Recipes" will be presented to all
persona -ettendlns-theeo lectures, and -alt
who are lntereeted In aclentlfle cooking
should not tall to eome, aa they are
FBEI TO AU.
' - Morrison Street, between Sth snd Tth.
Tonight sad Every- Klght Thla Week, Special
Price Matinee Saturdsr
THE CHARMING, ACTRESS,
. BERTHA CREIOHTOk
"A ROMANCE OF '78."
Prlcee 81. Tlic. (Kic. oc, 23c..
ts are Boer selling. -
(rormerly Columbia Theatre) 14th and Wash.
Tonlaht All VVesek
BECOXD WEEK BELASCO ITOCX COMPAVT,
Presenting for the First Time at Popular
OT.TBE rTTCH'g oreaizst plat,
' . f.a.. . ,
- Price Eveelng, lSe to- T5c Matinees, 15c
to BOe, - .
ARE YOU-A MASON ?
THE MTBTFalOUS ft ARABS
8 RENEE FAMILY
TRACTS MORROW, ' Veoalist. JUTEHU.E
BOUOR RIIRr EDDIE ERNE, atonepade.
DOVOLABS FORD, Comedlana
-- MXLXTER SISTERS, Raiabew Due
JOE BONNER, Pictured gong
ORARDI8COPE. "THE BIGAMIST"
General atlmlsaloo,- !). Eeenlug, Susday,
hollrtare Few front seats, lower floor. Sue.
Dally matinees, 10c. -
PROF. HENRI'S RTTMFPIAN PORT AND
1 ft n irir a fTi ia
i ot a ooi-
RXCTtARD HENRY MlttE
' SUMMERS ft WINTERS
LA BARE RICHARD BVST0H
- STAROBCOFE "V."AV
Admlaslon, 10ci reserved front - rows, Sftcj
b.il eeata. .SSc. 8 bows 2:80, T:8W and p. m.
BAKER. THEATRE P.'
HOMFJ OP GOOD ATTRACTIONS.
.. KSATINO , FLOOD. .Msnssera, .
ZANZIBAR BLAN CHARD anaiaia
" " SAL YIN I ,
lOSt AiFRETTA HWr BROTHERS
BIOORAPH - BARER S ORCHESTRA
" Performaneee 8:80, T:9U and 8 p. 'm.
- Adatiaalsse 18 CsaU to Aay Seat. .
BlTlfiriG ith and Morrtaaa.
MILTON- W. SEAMAN, Resident Manager.
Matinee every say at tit. ' Oneenlnf
erformanee at 8:1s. Empire Stork Compaay.
ADMISSION lO CENTS
All this week the blgseet laughing success ef
Evtry Use a laugh, " Every aceae
Men ' ef fashion gentlemen of
dlscrknlnatlng taat well
groomed men- ta general oipect
mora - of -their- clothier thaa of
their UUor. ; .
Men's Sack Suits
.$10 to $20
In an unusually large assortment
of handsome fabrics. In plaids,
stripes, .mixtures - and plain
Shoes, Hats and
Bargain of Quality aa wall aa of
prtc. ' - . -
W eater to thoee who wish ' to
be ' well dreesed without extra
cost. visit M worth, your,
whll. W shall b glad to
..... Keating A Flood. Managers.
Week Starting! Mondav. Tana 5 '
The Prince of Detectives'.
A STJBATIONAL OOMTDT DRAMA X - '
. POffaV ACT.
Admission 10c TOrAny Seat 10b
LEWIS AND CLARK OBSERVJt
sTQRr JtHu CAFE,
Take Portland Heights ear andj gi
Hawthorne Terrace, one block from
Mo eUmblns. Electrle elevator.
Sea beaatlfnl effect ot Dower fill searchllehC
rfrea hop of tower. lou can eat dainty touch
while viewing the moot Baagnlftcent scenery -In
America. Open 8 a. m. te p. am. - Admav
sloa 10 cents.
' BLAXIER BROS.
CONCERT ; lYRRT NIOHT.
WBXOXiESJOlCB, riras art- ozj
A. D. G. RYE
AJIUB ...... UtiLM AUAiaVg "
288 Morrison Street
A. B. Chase Estey:
Heller ca Co., Richmond
Etc, Eta. Etc.
fPIANOS WORTrT BTJYINO'
PRICES WORTH INVESTIOATINO
TERMS MOST SATISFACTORY
" Steinwajr Dealers ,:
233 Washington St
Tuning CS. Polishing- Phons Main 6427
Our clerk are pleaaad) to ahow you
the kind, of goods we carry and try to
fit you perfectly. Har you will Bnd
prices marked in plain figures. All w '
ask of you 1 to remember- well what '
you have aeen at other atbreei and oom
pare them to oura. You wtll buy from
ua without urging. Our stock cooalata
of. th .newest style of Man's and
Boy' Suits, Top Coats, Panta, Rata,
Shirts and Underwear. Also a com.
plete line of Ladle', Man', Misses' anl
Boys' Shoes. W run two stores, on
corner First and TamhlU and th other
corner Third and Davla. '
JOHN DELLAR, Propa
Ther hag bn"Ahd wllPb
ho change in : th prlcee f
Mineral Water, Soda Water,
" Siphons, Syrups. to.: th ',
"aara price will be maintained
all report to th contrary not .
" withstanding. .-;
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For modern dental work. World-r
nowned specialist. ,
Ixwst price consistent with flrst-class
Oo to th
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Open day and night, from 1,88 a. s.
, until-10 p. m.
UW r retiring from bualne-e s-'
111 eWsej nut elf of our I..v '
Children Fancy iry ukwis at
mi thaw cc.:r.
Don't' mis It. feme row t ),
ar unbro:.i?v ,
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