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A THE OREGON PAILY- JOURNAL, - PORTLAND, SATURDAY7 EVENING; MARCH if 1900,
-NATIVE FARE f OR
" ; WHEN YOO REMEMBER THAT WITH EVERY. ,
journal Party Enjoys Rare Feast
1 of Good Things Cooked
- - " --a I a Haw a j i ,
That we give bur personal attention to every 'installation You
will realize why we get all the contracts for. the JargesL and best
-PIG ROASTED WHOLE
I ;.: ON red-hot STONES
homes in the city. r
2-1 v We want youtotalkwith US, whether your house Is a
- And Inside-ths -Pig. Chickens and
; Fiah and Sweet PotatoesSome o(
- Yoimr Women Follow . Custom and
7 Et Poi . With Finjerfci7","'.'"7.
, L.fc-, I 1 .VI : , , - - e . f ,"f r V J PN.' i I . 1
: .. : ' v ' . - . sass hri S ! w .
. ;. ' '. H . . J CJ W -kl (" CI V'-'l , ""
- Br Mis Molly Proebatel.
' " tfcpaclal Correspondent of Th Journal.) , "'
Honolulu. March On our return, to
Honolulu an Invitation, awaited us to. b
"the guest at a Hawaiian- luau. Thl
Invitation wa-lvn by th hostes a
""courtesyto "Edward Uekum,' to whom
Th Journal's party owe much for. the
kind Interest lie ha a taken. In planning
and perfecting plana for our pleasure,
Tbo occasion was a birthday ahnlver--.
sary of the host, Henry Kauauanulam
. ahl Defrles, given by hi wife. Princes
Kraraa, Alexandria' l Halanlltaulltaalaneo
" Klloulanthuiarhamao Defrles. - Theae
-hospitable, people hold , a high poaltion
among the Hawaiian, nobility,. Mra. Pe
' Trie belonging to the family of King
Kameiiameha I, while her husband la
descended from a line of chief' who
- were long nar the kings, the descriptive
tlan name KauauamueamuliI, meaning
chamberlain or treasurer of the king.
The Table a, Mat. "..''.,
" .The feast was conducted according to
" am-lenl customs. The table was a lau-
and covered with green ti leaves, which
lu olden times served a plates.' The
Kuests sat on the floor and in front of
i ll B'UMilHi lyniiiilani.Aaal.iL.nri. (iniatiaO)
of poi and a. plate containing luaued
..liLltt. an.l fl.h 'I'rm tiallva way
of cooking . meats 4s with an lmu. A
-shaTTdwTioie is nur and nited-wmr fuet.
which la covered with atones. When
the atones are suffloetntly hot those in
the bottom of the pit are covered with
jiz;reen banana and ti Jeaves,' after which
. the dressed whole pig la laid tnereon,
. and the chickens and fish, wrapped In
ti leavea are .placed Inside the pig to
gettior with some of the hot-stones.
8wet potatoes are placed around and
on top of the meat, then more green ba
nana leavea heaped on, wet cloth arc
-; placed . over - these - and -lx ' or ' eight
finches of dirt put on top of all. In
one or two hours, according to the else
of the pig the dirt la removed, the
Tlothes turned ' back T and the cooked
product brought forth. The pork fairly
, melts In your mouth, th chicken.
taste better than any you ever ate be-
- fore, and after partaking of the fish
you declare it is simply delicious.
Edible Seaweed Enjoyed.
' Dlahes containing various kinds of
llmu or edible seaweed and a much
prised, shell fish. were, within easy
..feaeh. ' A delicious pudding or blanc
.inange or young cocoanuis ana yams
. rooked In the cocoanut milk was served.
"While the American Ice cream and cake
vri aUa Tn hr nirnii The di Inks weiB
-water, soda and root beer.
Upon being seated on. the floor, grace
' or pule waa asked by the kuneka keolloll
and during the meal he chanted about
the - loyalty and deeds of prowess
done . by the chiefs of the line from
which the host descended. Bread or
-anything made-from flour-ta displaced
1)y pol, which Is eaten by thrusting one
or two flutters into the calabash, giving
them a twlat of two, and then conveying
' them gracefully to the mouth. Knives
. and 'forks were not In evidence except
- . at the jjlate.of . the Oregon glrla aev-
eral of whom disdained to uae them and
"did in Kome as the Romans do," to
the evident delight of the entertainers.
; Both before and after tbe, supper, the
.guests were entertained by native and
liapnhaole performers on the 'mandolin,
. violin and piano, and also by the'slng
" lng of Hawaiian and popular mainland
Boiigs.TheHswallans, both men 'and
women, have aweet, melodious voices
and muslo la an almost universal recre
ation. Booms Tastefully Decked.
The decorations ' of the rooms con-
elated of numerous beautiful and val-
liable kahilis. These are standards made
JtromJthefeathera ,pt blrda. . and are
borne before chiefs when on a Journey
or during religious or state ceremonies.
War spears and. tabu atlcka occupied the
place of honor.. The right to declare
any certain thing, tabu or -reserved -to
their own special use was possessed by
very few of the chiefs, and was the
. highest honor the king could confer,
and to remove a tabu stick from before
an object ao aet apart waa a crime
punished by death. -
As an expression of appreciation. The
. Journal party took a token of remem
. bra nee, which waa presented by Mra
Weatherred In well chosen words. When
our conductor, Mr. Dekum, announced
we had only three minutes left in which
a to catch the last car It waa with regref
. we . bade goodnight to our hospitable
. host and hostess, and with a feeling of
deep appreciation we returned to our
hotel. , .
; Trip to the Ml.'
As the guests of Mr. ' Dekum, The
' Journal party made the trip to . the
Pall, one of the most noted historical
spots on the Island of Oahu. It was
here where,. In the last great battle of
.the early Hnwallans, the Ill-fated
. Oshuans met their traglo fate. Over
this rugged and preclpltlous I pass In the
Hawaiian range they were crowded by
the triumphant warriors of Kemeha
meha I end met death "by being-dashed
to pieces on the Jagged rocks below,
father "then-suffer- the-lgnomy-of cp
' Tlrn trip was made in a four-seated
tallyho drawn by six horses. The day
was perfect, not a threatening cloud In
the sky, while over the mountains
BUILT IN OREGON
LOGGING AND' HOISTING ENGINES
, -MARINE AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY
ELECTRIC HOISTS -HEAVY
ipOWER TRANSMITTING MACHINERY
Guaranteed heavier, stronger and of better design than sim
ilar machinery built elsewhere. We believe what we say and
stand -behind it. ; : . 7:A . . . ' . '
Willamette-Iron and Steel Works
PORTLAND, OREGON, S. A.-..J ."v;.-;;.
floated clouds fleecy 'white, The ascent
to the Pall la gradual and of sufficient
trim', ut mwr. TjBiiT. nriiTing.nnBtntfMrAt
therefore the sightseer bus ample time
to wonder "Id admire the beautiful and
ever-chunginK scenea. Honolulu In all
her tropical beauty Ilea
noble harbor- enhanced - In picture soue
ness by thajnasta of ships floating flags
of all nations, and ver-to-be-aeen Dia
mond 1lced",tnnthe distances --
Without warnlng'and moat unexpect
edly the Pall in all its historic scenic
and poetic ' grandeur breaks-, upon the
vision. No human pen can do' Justice la
attempting a description. . The pano
rama spread out before the spellbound
admirer Is 'tropical plains, valleys, moun
tains, ' forests; rocky pinnacles are
viewed, from a disxy night, and far be
yond rests ' the ocean, " looking like a
huge mirror. Our party remained for
some time and kodaks were busy, -each
hoping to secure a picture of one of th
grandest works of nature
IN 1852 IS DEAD
Mrs. Clara' AI ; Bacon Lived oh
3 "merce Building.
Mrs. Clara A. Bacon died at 1 o'clock
this morning at the home of her daugh
ter. Mra. George Weidler, sit Lovejoy
street. She was 78 years old and for
Mrs. Clara A. Bacon.
the past four years has been In falling
health, but had gone out constantly till
the last three or four rtonths. Besides
her daughter, she left a son, Charles H.
Bacon of Ban Jfranelaco.
Mrs. Baoon was. born In the little
village' of Warden,- near; Thomaston.
Maine. ' In 1862 ahe came to the-eoast
around Cape Horn, and in Portland met
Charlea P. Bacon of Bherlock ft Bacon,
liverymen. .She was-married In 168.
Besides the two living children there
waa a younger daughter who died. Mr.
and Mra. Bacon used to live where. the
Chamber of Commerce building now
stands and at the time of its erection
moved out to Nineteenth and Kearney
streets, where they built a home. Six
yearago- they went to live wrth-thelr
daughter, and Mr. Bacon died a year
Inter; Both were -membere-of -Trinity
The funeral wilt probably $e arranged
to take place Monday from the resi
dence and burial will be at Riverside
t-r" 1 r
fs.v3f .s..' JPV--' ; f .,:t
J ' '
II U iU
OF 'TH J0UNHL ' Prtf.r Yi
Two or . Three More Steamers
WUI Be Placed in. CoasUi
i. Carrying Service. " :
CHEAPER AT PORTLAND
THAN SAN FRANCISCO
Will Be Senf fd San Pedro; From
t Portland - and -Distributed Thence
Throughout Southern Part of State
by Rail, According to Plant.
Kerr.' Glfford ft Co. are completing
arrangements for making heavy ship
ments of grain from Portland to south-
eTfl California bv way uf Sau Pedru. 'As
oon as they have matters in proper
shape. It la said, the buslnen will be of
sufficient importance to Justify two or
three more steamers being placed In the
coast service. The trade for which the
firm is negotiating has hitherto been
supplied by San Francisco houses, but it
has been ascertained that-the shipments
can be made direct from this port and; a
big saving effected.
While members of the firm decline to
make any statement about the new
buainesa which has been promised, they
admit that the' report , is true. They
also assert that more steamexs will un
doubtedly bave to be chartered to take
car of the increased traffic. It Is
understood that the firm' will ship grain
to' all of the leading dealers in San
Diego and ""other- aoutHem-CaHfornla
cities. Much will be Carried to San
Pedro and sent from there by rail. If
satisfactory arrangement can Tie made,
much will be sent direct to San Diego
It I estimated that fully two third
of the bid grain crop still remaining In
Portland territory will be either ex
ported or sent down the coast, the other
third being required for home conaump-
a, Of the amount wlilctrCffn "" be
spared for ahlpment it Is said the major
portion of It will be disposed of to Cali
fornia buyers. That being the case, it
is admitted that a large number of car
goes wHI be-sent to Calif onria-before
the new crop grain la placed on the
market. - Only one ateamer, the Roan
oke, la running regularly between Port
land and San Pedro at present.
WILL BE FINE BOAT.
Work Oa Slew Steamer Kitsap Pro grass
ing favorably at Shipyards.
Work on the new steamer Kitsap,
which Is under construction at the Sup
ple shipyards for the Kitsap Transpor
tation company of Puget sound. Is being
rushed with all possible haste. It la
planned to have her ready for service
by the middle of .May. The keel has
been laid and the craft will ebon begin
to assume definite shape. The' frame
work will be up by the latter part, of
next week. Tho machinery for the
steamer Is In transit from New York.
Mechanics employed on the Job say she
is going to be one of the finest stesmcr
ever turned ut An Portlands- Her-oit
will approximate 175.000.
The -. last two barges built for the
Northern, Pacific, Rallroadcpmpanyfor4
us at the. site of the proposed Columbia
Supple ynrda this afternoon, and will
be taken oVer to Vancouver at ' once
No new contract have been received re
cently by any of the shipbuilding com
panies', but a large number of men ar
employed on the Job now under way.
It 1 said there will be a great deal of
repair work to do In the yard ' this
spring."- -- - --v....
TO LOAD AT ASTORIA.
Mom City X spec ted to ly Bernlarlr
, Btwa That City and Saa Pedro.
By the first of the week if Is prob
able that a deal will have been closed
for the charter of- the steamer Nome
City to ply regularly between Astoria
and San Pedro In the lumber trade. The
vessel belongs to the California A Ore
gon Coast Steamship company, and K. P.
Uaumgnrtner, the local' agent, say
there I scarcely any doubt that1-she
will be secured for thin 'purpose, ' Hh
la now at San Francisco, and before
coming to the Columbia river aha will
carry another xrargo of lumber from
Puget sound, to a California port. . '
Few of the coaster ar able to get
lumber at Portland on account of the
large number of vessel which ar be
ing supplied with cargoes for foreign
ports. Had It hot been for this ondi
Uoa th Mom City would undoubtedly
Drawn at Hoholulu, by a well-known Hawaiian artist
have been fixed to. load at Portland for
the south. The local mills are running
in tneir inn nanncuy, mil are Tar n
craft - now In port - loading -coastwise
are the schooner .Annie Campbell an
Plpmni jonnnj Pouliicn. ' The latter will
sail this evening. The regular passen
ger boats, such a the F. A. Kllburn,
Aurella .and Hedondo, take out small
lumber shipments each- trip. Two
month ago two or three, schooner were
at .each of the mill all of the time
loading for San Pedro and San . Fran
Because of the limited capacity of the
Portland mill plant nearly all of the
coaster which., were formerly calling
at Portland regularly are rfow loading
on the sound for San Franplsco and San
Pedro. ' Representative of the coast
er say that Portland' greatest -need
Is more sawmill.
Sa Been Cleaned and related and Win
' ' Xoad Ti to Shanghai.
After being cleaned and painted., the
schooner Crescent, Captain Olsen, was
lowered from the drydock at noon and
came u;i to Inm
go of lumber for Shang- Newcastle. Aua., March 14, Arrived,
to take on a cargo
hat-- It is estimated -that aha wlll.be
able to handle about 1.700.000 feet of
ttr Th fr..r..nl ti;.. the ,1 1 tl i.r t Inn Ckt
being one. of the largest commercial
veneris ever built- on the Paclflo coast.
She was launched from the Bureka
yards only two year 'ago. During the
greater part of her short career she
has been engaged In the offshore trade.
She is one of the ' few flve-maated
schooners owned on the Pacific coast.
At the same mill where she will load,
the barkentine - Koko Head -and - the
British steamship Sutherland are taking
on cargoes for the orient.
KILBURN NOT HELD.
Keport That Steamer Was Statad la
Contrary to the report sent out by
the- Ka - Frsnelsoo - rnewspprarthe
steamer F. A. Kllburn was not held In
quarantine, aa she aalled from th Bay
City y eHterday afternoon-f oTPortIand.
She will atop at the varioua way ports
and -arrive Monday. Advlcea received
by the local agent state that ah la
bringing a full cargo of general freight
and the usual passenger list. The news
that she waa not detained proved of
more than ordinary Interest to the ship.
perr-e-th eoasters now-on the-route
are inadequate to handle the growing
traffic with the dispatch desired.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
. X number of owners of small ateam
er would take their craft to the upper
Columbia river' and place them in erv
ice thla season If there were some fea
sible plan for getting them above the
Celllo obstructions. Some are even
thinking seriously of employing house
movers. Laden with 750,000 feet of lumber,
the steamer Johan Poulaen will leave
down this evening 'bound for San Fran
The steamer Undine w .hauled out
on the way at the Portland shipyards
thin morning so that an examination
might be made of the bottom of her
hullv - For the- past- month or two she
had been running between here and
The Dalle In place of the Dalle City.
The latter went In service this morning.
Loaded to the hatche with freight,
a part of which had to be piled on the
deck, the steamer Aurella, Captain Kr-rk-kson,
arrlvedlntnlght from,: San
Franciaco. She also brought 35 paa
engers. On th return trip th steamer
will take out. deckload of lumber and
pmbsbly grain In-the hold.
The French bark Julea Gomme
shifted thl morning from. Columbia
No. .2 to the Oceanic dock.
United State Inspector Edward and
Fuller Inspected the steamer Nellie yes
terday afternoon. -.So
that she might be loqed with
VUH VLVJJ VUiLLL
The Policy-Holdcrs Life Insurance Company
A. L. MILLS, President
Adolphe. Wolfe. 7. 1st.' Vice-President
Louis ti. Clarke.. 8d View -President
William Tollman.. 3d Vice-President
Dr. A. J. Olesy... . . .Medical Director
Oeo. Stanford Smith. Secretary
Leo rrlede Treasurer
R. E. (Jalbralth.r.-.: ..Actuary"
J. N.-Teat.r.V.-.; ; . .Oencrai Counsel
U XL Petr...'...t.8upt. of Agents
HEATING. VENTILATING ANO
DRYING ENGINEERS. ,
lumber to greater advantage the Amet
Ican bark Harry Morse 'was turned
around this morning at the Portland
mill. - -.-., - '"-
t J. Hall, who arrived on the steam
ship Aysgarth from Comox, British Co
lumbia, as a, stowaway has signed arti
cle to ship on the vessel on the out
Carrying 1.04J!..feetof liimher,..vaUJ-
uefl at ISS.71M, me uruisn uwrnnuif
II ford. Captain McKechnle, left down
thl morning bound for Taku, China.
' On Monday the steamer M. tr. Jttenaer-
im am Aiiiiini hiii nimiTiiii. wnai .at, ,tjn,a
Portland shipyard for an overhauling.
turned this morning from a three weeks'
vacation. .whlcTPTfS PPeTit In Calt:
Balfour, Quthrle A Co. have chartered
the French bark Oeneleve Mollno to
bring a enrga of cement from London
to Portland. The veel wtlr carry-about
17,000 barrel of-the product.
Astoria. March 17. Arrived at 6 and
left up at t a. m.. steamer Daisy Mitch
ell. from "Han Francisco: left" tip at
1:10 . m., French ship Crillon. -
Point Lobos, Maixh-.JlrPaaa?.Lil
noon," Steamer Whittler.'
San Francisco, March 17. Balled,
barkentine Gleaner, for Astoria, and
steamer Argyll, for Portland, via Port
Astoria, March 17. Balled at 5 a.-nrM
American ship C F. Sargent, for New
York. Arrived down at ( p. m.. British
bark Haddon H:l arrived down at 7
p. nw British ship KskasonL-
San Franclaco, March 17. Sailed last
Ml.hl mawnfm V A Vllhum n nii Ia.
British ateamer Kllerle from. Portland.-
Astoria, March 17. Condition of the
Bar at g a. ni., inutli wind, sail;
weather, clear, .
PLAYED HIS" PART IN
THEATRE OF THE WORLD
(Jnarnil Sperltl Service
London, March 17. Collectors of epi
taphs will find " few mor Interesting
than the following Inscription on th
headstone of Thoma Jackson, an ac
tor of ' considerable prominence on the
English stage In his day, and who died
on thl date In 1798 and 1 burled In a
little churchyard not far from London.
The epitaph read:
Sacred to the memory of Thoma.
Jaokwoni-wm Wasn gaged "lhe2 1 atdu.y
of December, 1741,. to play'"!, comic cast
of characters In the great theatre, the
wortd, for ma-
prompted by nature to excel. The sea
son being ended, his benefit over; the
chargea all paid, hla account closed, he
made hi exit 'Tnt the tragedy of death
on the 17th of March, 1798, In assurance
of being called once more to rehearsal.
where he hopes to find hi forfeits alt
cleared, hls-east-of-part battered and
his situation made agreeable by Him
who paid, the great stock debt, for the
love of performers' In general." .
-Colonel Han aVetlr
(Journal Special Service.)
Washington. D. C March 17. Having
reached hla 64th birthday, the age limit
for active service, Colortel John V. Hall
of the medical department of the army
waa placed on the retired list today.
Colonel Hall la a native of New Hamp
shire and a graduate of Harvard, unlver
alty and th medical department of Co
lumbia university, lie entered the army
aa an assistant surgeon in 1868.
Irrtgon Irrigator Sold.
(Sped. I Hipatrta to The Journal I
Irrlgon, Or., March 17. A. Bennett,
who has conducted the I rrlgon Irrigator
for the last three years, has sold thst
paper to C. C Hutchinson, snperlntend
ent.,of the Oregon Land Water com
pany, 'or Portland. Mr. Bennett made
a success c-f the Irrigator, and wa the
editor of the Babbltvllle news latitat
paper, which has been quite famous over
the state, Mr. Bennett ha not decided
Jiatwhere . lie will locatcl. --
BTemed ti O. a. t W. Bnrfsoa.. -
(Rpeelai Dlapatrb to Th Journal.)
Baker Caty.Or-MaJch17.t Dr. E. B.
McDanlel ofthi. .city .today was no
tified of his appointment a surgeon of
the O. R. & N. Co. for the Baker City
district, ucceeding Dr. Taylor N. Snow,
lately deceased. Ir. MclHinleL has been
practicing his profession in Baker City
for a number of years.
L,y SAMUEL, Gen'l Manager
CLARKNCK S. SAMUEL,
Assistant Manager.! -
286 Washington Street '
Maclcsy Bldg., Portland, Or.
e. Mcpherson co.
-TtieTJind Torr Have aysoagiitrtodFiariias" Teear
In use ibr ovcrJO ears7har borntr thetgftattrrer)ir
Vyfr sonal supervision since its infancy
yt ACu4z;'r-AnQXt no one deceive you in this,
. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good' are bud
Experiments ttat trifle with and endanger the health of
: Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
porle. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither' Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotto
- substance.-Its age is its gn.trantee It destroys "Worm"
And allays Fcverlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea andTVmd
Colic. It relieves Tcethingf Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
-he,hiiJiWTianpaTj1eMother,s Friend .
GENUINE C ASTO R A ALVAYO
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
f In Use For Over 30 Years.
TH esimua eotasaarv, r smaw sracrr, asw veam err.
aiasii isi ss 11T nijWlai in
Phone Main 2000 .
AT THE THEATRES.
Retlly and Woods -Tomorrow.
Reillr sad Woods' bit borleaqu shew wtll
open next week's enragement at the Biker
tomorro afternoon. The two fsrres to he pre
sented are called "Simon Hlmjile and Simple
Simon." snd "A Hot Time It Bellly's." Th
company is headed br that quaint eomedlan.
Pat Ur111t known all orer th esat. gpeetal
effort has been mad in choosing th cnorrj
of prettjr, haocly lrla.
Seats Now Selling.
The marfloue apertael, "The Kleepiog
Beautr snd the Beast," now touring America,
after its remarkable run of an entir station at
the Broadway theatre. New York rlty. and an-
aonneed to spnrnr at the Marqnaia Orand the.
atnr next Twaday and Wednemlay alchts,
Marrh 20. 21. with a special price matine
Wednesday, ehntlnnrs to' meet with phenomenal
nnm, It la s neaaty mw naying many
)irttyanil ehigmiljrns , ami a boat of popa-1
mr ennwllana. Tli inttint saw or aet n.
gaii" lhl"morBln."'nie- not " effles Jwliro
eloaed all (lay Sunday, open again Momhiy at
10 a. at. .
Alberta -Gallatin in "Cousin Kate."
Alberta Oallatln. who will be pleaaaritif r-
men.berert by tbwtre soers of tnlr elty, will
appear at the Marqitam Orand theatre Mill
FrWr sitd Batnrflar nlahta. March IS . with
spedat aiallnee Hatniday. In "Couatn Kat."
th UsthMW theatre, New York, oveoln ac-
. one of th cleyerest, poreat and mot
wholesome surtety eomedle rcr put on th
ate- Mla (inllatln a work a a emotional
artn a I well known bora. Her humor, gaiety
and Wit ar spuotanoou. Advance sale, arit
Wednesday. i .''"'
"Scotty" Opens Sunday Night. -
'grotty'" n(aement at the Kmplee will
tart tomorrow nisht. Tiler win b so matl-
i. , There will be two week day matinee.
VavoAay - aad Thursday -st which eeery on
will bars sn opportunity to go onto toe ata.
beensie eloaer sconalntod with th famous
Death Valley miner snd Ar lew hi mule "Slim"
snd th park of Alnakaa dogs that la earrltj
wltb th production.
. "Resurrection Tonight.
'Resnrreettne" will b glten at the Kmplr
for the laat time ronlcht. A great many peo
ple who wee eXIrmta of aeem thla great
riramttle maaterph. bay postponed doln an
front Klah't to ala-ht hoping for a -lod
ban- 1 to satbri. lb k014.ll I siway a
47 FIRST STREET
has been made under his per-
WIRE AND IRON FENCING
Barbed Wire, Wire and Lawn Fencing;
Poultry Netting, Etc
& IRON WORKS
263 FLANDERS ST., Near Third
warm snd eomforraM. "Reanrrertloa' Is a
atroog piny In th band of a eapabl company
VAUDEVILLE AND STOCIw
Winning Bill at Star. .
' Toniaht anit th eontlrnxnis performance .
morrow will b the laat of th present Too . -yllle
bill at th Mar. which has prored s win
ner during Uie paat week. "Th WatTa
Appeal" la the moat pathetic, and st th mm
time, the moat srtlatle aketch Uut Port land
hns seen In a randeylll tbeatr. Thr Is a
quantity of eomedy on th bill to counMraet to '
pathos of "Tb Walf'a Appeal." '
Continuous Sunday at Grand.
Tomorrow at the Orand the par for ma ore will .
run without tntermlaaion from 11:30 to 10:46
p. m. Ted B. Boi, tb eocenrrte eomedlaa
from th Lonilon muale nail, ha songs snd.
atorie. Th program proTldes mirth snd mslojy
and will be found thnronitbly pleaalng snd en
joyable In eeerr respect. O lor in and ne
radium girla will b tb feature nil t M,
with Josephine lisaamsn sad her "plcka."
ITew Company Incorporates . ,
-Salem. Or.. March tT- Th Oreyloa
MAnuIatiturlrig.connpanjr. with A. A. CunI
nlngham, K. A. Iootnla and N. Cunrrlng- .
ham as incorporators, filed articles of
lneorporatlon yesterday with the see,
retary of state. The rapltat stock I
11.000 and Salom will be th main of-
P'-e. ' ' ' - '
I. - - ' t - II
Cor. Third and Conch Its.
OrS BAT AVO VIOsTT.
Balmom salad, ttayaanalae dtwlng'. t&4
Boiled Balmom, erwam saaow. . . i. . . 1 5
Colambia rirr ml ....... .....lf
rrtd rasor ekuu ..,.......... J 5
Boiled ply hock sad cebb-......15V
lrrk,tsvdwrloia, Craole 25
t4unb pot pis -v 1ft
Chipped Beef is esn ............ !iO
BMd osMt potaaoVslad ........ .16
Cora Vf hash sad poMbed rg. . . 1R
CodflsS kails, cream sane IS
Baked pork saut bean. ............ 1 B
Try th A merles a rrsuruW Brry-
t&lng, la th
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