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THE BEST $3 HAT
IN THE WORLD
GEOROBJ VL HTLAND
Submits his name to the consideration
oi ail elMMi rr Republican .Town aa
.a candidate for the nomination or coun
! cilman at large. Tour Influence la o-
! llelted tn .' the ' lntereit of municipal
f cleanliness and civic decency. - Mr. Hy
' land stands as . the representative . of
'those men who work for the 'good of
. Portland at all times irrespective-' of
clique, faction or Interest and who con
sider it a cine duty to devote a portion
of their time to the betterment of our
social and physical conditions aa a mu
nicipality. Mr. Hyland ;ls the father of
dvlo Improvement worlr In -the north-
weat and believes in tha pubilo owner
ship of all tha streets all the time for
the benefit of all the people- wen im
proved and well governed streets be
spealu' a citlsenshlp of blah Ideals.
Mr. Hyland'a business address is SOS
Tilford building and his temporary real
dance at 327 Eaat Eleventh street north,
while building on the corner of Six
teenth-end Clackamaa atreeta. Number
on primary ballot la SO. Take this to
tha polls with you, as your vote will not I
be solicited there.
50,000 sold; not one RETURNED r
Till CI CARS
Councilman Believes a Special
, Rapid , Transit Service ; ?
; Should Be Provided.
To aid tn the operation of new crema
tories to be built by the council. Coun
cilman Wallace said yesterday that
pedal cars should be provided and op-
crated by the city to carry the garbage
and garbage ' stations should be estab
llshed at convenient points. : All garbage
could be carried to the crematory , and
a, profit could be realised from the by'
products, such as the melting of tin cans
, and old iron. .
. . All empty Iota sport a few dosens of
tin cans, and ail the boys in tna neign
borhood take particular pleasure In at
taching one of the aforesaid cans to tna
tail of a stray dog, and aoraetimea they
put a couple-of rocks In- the can. The
nolee the dog makes when he carries the
can down the residence district Is worse
than that of tha whistle district, where
tha blasts are given by tha mill opera
tors every half hour In order to let peo
ple who are not employes know that
they are awake. , f . ..
'' Cane are thrown upon every vacant
lot of the city, bo the story ran. No
body wants them. 7uat aa soon aa tha
contents .are, emptied the, people toss
them Into the . vacant lots.
Councilman Annand suggested that
the block bounded by East Eighth, Eaat
Ninth, Flanders and Everett streets be
purchased as a site for a crematory.
Tha site, lie. said, waa fitted for noth
ing but a. crematory, and he asked thai
St be purchased at the price offered by
the owners, which - was f 16,000. The
price appeared to be high to Council
man Menefee, and the whole' matter was
referred to the ways and means com
mittee, :S:&Vk,Hf-.vl-?. ' '
FATHER ASKS FOR $250 FOR '
LOSS OF SON'S LEG BY STREETCAR
Two hundred and fifty dollars la the
modest sum asked by C A. Chambers
Candidates for the Republican of Lents as remuneration for the loss of
Nomination, Particularly Dev
. 'r lin and Coffey, Speak.
The , Republican ' ante-primary cam'
palgn was elosed last night at a meet
JLJS!? o!?1" J.?." walked to achool on his two little legs
tha right leg of his 9-year-old son, Car
los, who was run over by a street car
In February, 1901. The father filed suit
for that amount yesterday against the
Portland Hallway, Light A Power com
pany. . i : .
A year ago last February little Carlos
ntirn.r.t . ol.iH In CnuA Tlui4 hall
Practically all of the candidates for Re- Lent- " Every day ha bad to cross
publican nomination were present at the the treet car track four tlmes twice
meeting and made addresses outlining I n ''" .
their proposed policies to the voters. day ha was .creless-and ao, perhaps,
Tha principal speechea Of the evening
were made by Thomas C. Devlin . and
John B. Coffey, candidates for mayor,
Both of the speakers treated of the
franchise problem and announced them
selves as favoring . the-- repeal of per
petual franchises and the regulation of
publio aervlce corporations. Other
speakers were: X K. Werleinj O. P.
Miller. A. Z Barbur, Judge George
Cameron, J. P. Kavanaugh, M. I Dria
coll J. N. Blair, A. O. Rushlight and H.
Q.iParaons. - ., ,
NEW COMPANIES 7
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.Articles of Incorporation 'were -filed
with the county clerk yesterday aa fol
Gold Medal Shingle company: Incor
porators, Mandius Olaen, T. W. Nordby
and Nathan D. Simon; capital stock,
Rock Creek Rranch company; Incor
porators, A. C. Burdlck. B. E. Toumans,
and Arthur P. Tiff t; capital stock,: 130,-
Merger. Gold Mining company: Incor
porators, ' C F. Candlam, W. M. Rob
erta and H. K. Sargent; capital - stock.
DLAZIER BROTHERS BACK
SI LVESTONE CANDIDACY
Blacier brothers are reported to have
backed Julius Sllyestone as the nom
inee for municipal Judge with 1600 . as
against 11.000 put up by John Cordano
on tha field. Cordano put his money up
on tha s contention . that Sllveatone
would not be the nominee chosen by the
. Republican party; at the primaries on
Saturday next. . Blasier brothers, who
. have- been , backing 811vestone In his
candidacy to beat Cameron, accepted
the proposition made by Cordano, thus
putting their money against , tha . suc
cess of both Camaron and Winchester, s
Catarrh Treated and Dared hT
"The Household Surgeon." Druggists
refund money if Dr. Porter's Antiseptic
Healing Oil falls. c . .
SALOONS MUST CLOSE
DURING ELECTION HOURS
. Saturday, primary election day, will
be a dry day. v No saloons will be open
from 12 o'clock noon until 7 o'clock at
night, the hours during which the voting
will be In ' process. Chief of - Police
Orltsmacher ; has issued ordnrs to the
captains of police relative to their duties
on election day. .: Captains Moore and
Bailey will ..take charge of the squad
of 88 officers which will be detailed to
the polling places to distribute the bal
lot boxes and preaerve order.
was the motorman end little Carlos
was struck, down and horribly mangled.
Now ha hobbles to school on a wooden
leg. ' ' - . '
Mr. Chambers did not sue for 1360
because he believed that sum would
cover the ruin wrought to the boy's
future. He asked for only $260 because
he was convinced that he could collect
no more. A few weekag ha sued tha
company and put the value of tha leg
at (20,000. But tha evidence never got
to the Jury, for Judge - Oantenbeln
granted a non-suit -'. . ,
Attorney Malarkey . for the company
Is reputed aa having stated on tha day
of the previous trial that tha company
would give the child's family coma re
muneration aa a matter of charity, but
If any sum was offered it was evidently
less than (260.
Eight fine large stores for rent in
Wilson Building, constructed of
reenforced concrete, cement base
ments; suitable for grocery stores,
: butcher shops, barber shops,
From 4th to 5th Streot
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-175 First St. Phono Main 3244
MVIIUL.U UVUU "
Buyers From All Over the North
rest Preaentauid High Off en
Are -Accepted. , -
There waa good attendance yesterday
at the second day's horee Bale at Irv
Ington track under the auspices of the
Portland Horse Sales company. Buyer
were numerous and Interest in tha event
is keen. A number of high class horses
were offered and good sales were made.
The following salea were closed;
Nora Guy, by Oro Guy-Daisy, and
Glpsey, 'by Captain McKinney-Adiron
dack, blk. m., 4 and 6; Alex Miller,
North Yakima, $1,000.
Tommy Todd and Mack, by Captain
Naylor-Altago, br. g., i and S; W. J.
Rucker, Everett.. Washington, 1610.
Gyp and Egypt, by Black Egypt-
Black Bess, blk. m. and g., 6 and I;
Joplln tt Gleblsch, city, 1410.
Team bay geldings, 6 and 8. by Flor
ida Jr.-Antelopa, 1605.
Team brown geldlnga, T and 8. by
Del Norte; J. G. Smith, Newberg, Ore
Mlnwall, b. m., 4, by Prlcemont-Mlas
Mann; F. brooker. North Yakima, Wash
Oregon Bull. M7A4, br. bv bv Rov
Wllkea-Volunteer; William Frasler, city.
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Thomaa H, b. h.. T. bv roveltr.
Planter Maid; N. K. West, Xa Qranda,
Red Ekin. 2:1614. eh. kr R.rf
Cloud; Charles Lohmire, city, $380.
Chloo, 2:14U. br. a., bv Monroe rain
G; A. Lowitt city. $180.
Sandol Z, b, t.. 4. bv lmn. Tarnnta.i
Yerba Buena: F. Brooker. North Ta. !
klma, Washington, $160. i " 1
Pavel;' A. Gleblsch, city, $330.
fs year sieurnlnf for . the " elderly BiilUoaab
Our Choice., b. - g.. by Handsome- wbo. waa bar hatband. Beau are sow oalllag
Mother's Favorite; J. E. Zlegler, Ger- j at the theatre box oKica tor the sag amaaL,
vala, Oregon, $11 a.
Brown gelding, 4, by Lovelace-Pearl
Helm; J. Connell, Hills bo ro, Oregon,
$460. . '
Gray mare, $, by Iovelace-Snow Bird;
J. Connelle, Hlllaboro, Oregon, $260. ;
; Lady Linn. b. m., 6, by Lynmont-El-
morlne; R. J. JDebuhr, city, $21B.
Nicolina, br. m.. A. br Coloma-Junaaa:
J.'E. Zlegler, Gervais, Oregon,. $110.
Anna, b. m., e, by Atlaa-Mlaa Mann;
B. Carey, Washington. $200. ,
Bathroc!-, b, g- T, by- Pathmont-Mlss
Mann; U J. Snell, city, $280.
Black gelding, by Captain McKln-
ney; John Pender, city, . $140,
- Ricbartl Ilardlng Da via flay.
v gonta Aawriea haa fnrnlahed tha acanaa for
a number of good p'Uya,bat none- haa ml
baaa laid eulta a elararly aa uat oC "Tbe
Dictator' Blehard Warding Da via again proved
Mm If a Buster whan be wrote tha atory, aad
tbe alar. - aaaa at tha Baker tbia weak.
a remarkably fine production. Matinee Satur
day. t 1 V ; iiMa ,
. Clyde Fitch Flay Next Week.
1h Cowboy and tha Lady, that aplaadtd
play written by Clyde Fitch and prodaced with
aaeeesa all over the' country, will be the at
traction for next week at tha Baker, tbe boma
?iac'fM"s-.?;.bn,C.-.pUltt McKlnnay; I Tnow th. ".mb7. of rSSTiS
ai who does not! will understand now
John Fender, city. $136.
Black mare, 11; A H. .Ruger, TlUa- .u it will be Draaantad.
mwu, vrcgun, iob. i.
Miss Altens, b. m., 4. by Bonner N.
B.-Altena; A. Brown, city, $340.
Mamie Whltmore, ch. m 4, by Price-
mont; A. Gleblsch, oity, '$220.
Mohe, b. a., 6. by Mohegan-Lena: A.
Prejaey, Oregon City, Oregon, $260.
. Lessons In "Beware of Men."
Fred T. Merrill
There are many leaaooa for young and old
in "Beware of Men," tbe play which haa made
tha Sman atock, company a popular at the
Empire this week. It la a atory or tna una
that never stows old. that ox tbe smooth.
serupnlons msn and tha innocent girl led aatray,
for oouncllman-at-I Tha poblle la beeomlng wall aware that eome
nna actors are at tna ampua. - - . - ,
AT THE THEATRES
. .- Next Week at Empire.
"She Dared Do Eight" will be next week's
attraction st the Empire. Thle great New Xork
success Is a thrtlllnjf melodrama of that kind
that baa made tha Empire ao tboroiisuly popular
with tha people of PortlandV Particular, palne
are being takes with tha production, of this
Murray and Mack Tomorrow Night.
Tomorrow ' (Saturday) and Sundav nlahta atlplay by tha Seaman atock company
me neuia meaira, fourteen ta and Washmaton open wiia ma aunaay maiuae.
streets, toe sttriction wm oa tna tunny Irish
eomediana, Uarray and Mack, ta their latest
musical farce-comedy, "Around the Town."
Seats are eelllng at tha theatre boa office.
Lillian Russell NextJkfondayT -Lillian
Boa sell haa talent ai a eomedleniM.
No one can doubt It after seeiiur her In Tiie i
Butterfly," , which aha will present at the I
tieiuc cneatre lor rour nifbu, . baghinlng next
Monday, May 8. She plsya a . rouna widow
who has. just emerged from the ahrysalls of i
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J. A Eblger & C6.rSaii Erancisco .
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Play for Boys.
. Boys especially . should sea "For Mother's
Sake," the drama which la being presented this
Week at tha Star theatre. The atory telle of i
a son's affection for bla widowed mother and.
aithouah a trifle wild and; full of practical
Jokea, tha lad assumes the responsibilities of
being .the bread winner tor tna ramiiy.
New Stock Company.
. A haw atock company comes to the Star
theatre next week) composed of competent peo
ple, many of them being local favorites, ; The
opening attrsctlon-of tha company will be "Tha
Mirer King," perhaps the greatest of English
melodramas. Tbia la the original western drama
and one which baa sever lost its charm, al
though It has been before tha public for a
decade. Seats are now on eele at tha boa office
for the engagement of ;Tbe Buver King.'.
; Superior . yauderllle. ,
Wall balanced from end to end is the vaude
ville-entertainment , which can be found this
week at tha Orand.! This bill wm Da repeated
I until aezt Sunday night. There are aersral
eomediana who ean make you laufcb; there are
singers wbo use the lstest ballad material and
acrobats who are agile aa monkeys. Tis pro
gram cannot be aurpasseo. xnraa anowa oaiiy
at the Grand. , t-v S , . f t
Children's Matinee. f ,
IVwnorrow there will be a apeeial children's
matinee at the Lyric, when the. bill wfll be
"Sealed LIDS." the lamous mewdrama. Tbla
I ia the farewell bill of the present Lyric stock
I eompeny, ana au tna iarorite piayera are ia
the east, aiaciaee vrery usy. im penorm-
ances Saturday and Sunday nights, the first
at T:ia o'clock, ii Beats , may be . reserred by
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'Brown' In Town." ,
Monday evening the popular Alien atock com
pany mores Into the Lyric and opens in the
delightful . farce, "Brown'a. id Town." Mlsa
Varna Felton, Btorrest Seabury, Irvins Kennedy
land all tha favorttea will have Important roles.
I HiIe- aeata for the wees opens Bonflay morn
I lne atT the box office. Matlneea Tuesday.
Thuraday, Saturday a4 Sandiy. .
New Bremen" Tried Out."
rortx applicants took tha civil ser
vice examination for positions in the
fire i department yesterday. ,- . Nearly
all of them were men ranging in age
from 21 to $0 years. .The examination
consisted of a phyalcal ; tesV. - Iater a
mental. test will, b l-aqulred...... ... ,i .
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Top and Bottom
S03 WASHINGTON ST.'
Top to Bottom Outfitter.. 7
.-' The Executiv Board of , the Portland Municipal AssocUtion
respectiuny recommenas tne voters of this city to nominate the
following Candidates on the 4th inst: " .
For City Auditor ,,.,..18x.
, For City ' Attorney 20x .
For Municipal Judgfe ..v.24x.
,, rof Counciiman-at-lwarge.jOx.
For ' Councilman-at-Large.32x.
t Councilman, 4th ward....34x.
Councilman, 5th ward., . .34x.
Councilman,- 6th 'ward.,,-.34x.
Councilman 8th ward....35x.
....... i...Qscar P. Miller..
..i.,,. John P. . Kavanaugh. ,
..a J. S. Winchester. '
.......... :....v.T. N. Blair.
. . ' George M. Hyland. "
Horace G, Parsons.
, Rufus C. HolnW -
... Dr. W. I. Cottel.
J. M. Mann.
........... George F. Brice. .
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