The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 03, 1907, Page 19, Image 19

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    THE OREGON DAICY 'JOtTRMAIi - PORTL'ATJD, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY '8, 1807.
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Baker .,,. ...,...,..,.. .."Tbe Dictator"
......'Beware of Men"
0r"d . mm.......... VanderUle
is .................... ."For Motber'a
WW Be Open, 'All Day Sunday Ao
flttleecln la the dealre of numeroua
MHAM MIxlAUl for an nnturlnilt
In vast la Ita eharee, the Butte Boys . Cotf
eolldated Mining company, Weatberly j
i pauaingv io saat Morriaon atreet, haa
decided to have Ita offlca open all day
: Buaday for the eale of Us atock. The
eorapanT'a advertlaementa hava - an.
nouneed for a week that the price of
anarea would M advanced from 10 cents
' to IB cants on tha mornlnar nf Maw K
In eonsequence of which there haa been
a tremendous men for atock every day
thla week. ., ' In fact Secretary Mo-
Aecnme naa Been swamped, and It will
be Tuesday before he haa hla dacka ait
cleared. Manager . Bever aaya that the
. man or woman who la compelled to
work all week ought to have an oppor
tunity 10 book 10 Better me or her con
dition even If a aacriflna muat ha malK
and for that reaaon he wUl give all an
opportunity on Sunday to be possessed
of aa many of the compaWs aharea aa
wicy car to ouy. The Butte Boya
nvea every; prom lea of beeoming an
other Mohawk. If it doea all lta atock
boldera will etrtalnly have reaaon to
rejoice.
In a - lecture before the Ptople'a
Forum on "Soma A
S. jr. McAllister laat night charged that
in unitea Btates aenata waa tha moat
roruuti ana aeDaucnen lariaiativa rwuiv
e World and cha.llAnv.i in. nn. In
the audlenoe to name one man In the
anaie wno actually repreeente . the
people. A number of apeakera followed.
uutung r . a. crown, wno atated that
Senator Bourne represent tha people.
necauae he la tha only man In the
senate choaen by the people of any
etate and that all hla actions so far
near out the fact that he la working
lor tne interests of the people.
Sheriff Stevena waa yesterday after
noon called UDOH bv the countv authnr-
Itlea at Salem to serve a writ of habeaa
corpus on Mrs. Lena Kaptahahn, com
pelling ner to deliver her t-yesr-old
child to the circuit court of Marlon
county. Mrs. Kaptahahn la accused by
her divorced husband of neglecting the
child and leaving it with strangers I
while she visited in Portland. The
woman heard of the Issuance of the
papers and took the train for Salem
before she could be served here. The
papers were remalled to the capital laat
nignt. The husband is E. L. Kaptahahn.
The couple were divorced last July.
The funeral of William M. Patterson,
who died at his home In Mount Tabor
yesterday at the age of 82, waa held thla
afternoon. William M. Patterson was
born In Edwardsvllle. Illinois, In 1828 1
and came to the Pacific coast In 150.
He was a veteran of the war of the
Rebellion and had been a resident of
Portland for the laat 2J years. He
leavea the following children:. Captain
W. H. Fatterson, James Patterson and
Mlaa Louise Patterson.
The? Cox)k
or should
KNO W
that his
reputation is safe when he
prepares a ' cup of Ghirar
delli's Cocoa. "He . may be
sure that its delicious i fra
grace will please the most
exacting guest. ' With his owj,
breakfast, also
ha drinka
cap of
; -r.
Ghirardelli's
Cocoa
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FOR CITY ATTORNEY
Obaervatlon Car Dally Trlpa Rose
City sightseeing cara leave Second and
Morrison streets at 10 a. m. and I p. m
taking In the best scenic beauties. Take
in Council Crest, tha greatest panoramlo
ride in America, fitopovera on Crest
and Forestry building. Competent lec
turer aooorapanying oar and tells story
of trip. Time of trip, Jtt hours; fare.
10 eenta.
Baseball! Baseball!
Saturday, May 4, t-iO p. m.,
L. S. Frakea ve.
Bralnard clube.
Twenty-fourth and Vanghn atreeta.
Admission 26 cents.
Grandstand free.
Baseball! Baaeball!
Ornamental treea and eh rubs, Japan
manles. acaleas, rhododendrona and
vaimiaa. hav trees lntuba for noroh and
veranda decorationa. Large atock Juat
arrived from Belgium. J. B. Pllklngton,
nurseryman, foot of Yamhill, north
aide.
It la terribly dangeroua to neglect
your eyea when they need attention.
We make no- onarge ror examination.
Small charge for proper lenaea if neces
aarv. Geo. Rubensteln, graduate op
tlclan, 18S Fourth street, near TamhllL
Dr. W. I. Cottel, Republican candi
date for the council for the fifth ward.
waa nominated by the South Portland
Renubllcan club to aucceed W. T. Mas
tars. He understands the situation and
will repreaent the people If elected.
Rabbi H. M. Heller wlll officiate thla
evening at congregation novin .eaeca,
i..h mA Hail atreeta at 7:30 o'clock.
He will be aaalated by a trained, choir
of 1J alngera. Saturday services win
begin at 9 o'clock in the morning,
It seems that Dan Jlellaher is not
backed by any Interest. He will have
to depend upon tne peopie. ins puduo
has found him dependable for two
They should nave mat Kind oz
or mayor. .. . ..
Call Steel Brld.ge,Fue1 company, phone
East 424, for choice No. 1 fir cordwood,
dry or green slabwood. Prompt deliv
ery, both sides river. Office and docka
foot of Randolph atreet
Bishop R. B. Jones of the Free Meth
odist church will be at the Olive Branch
mission, 280 First atreet, on Monday
evening. May . ,One night only.
- Dan Kellaher ' voted against the
Fourth street franchise from the first,
" He did, not wan unui juai oeiuro eiec
tlon.
wrv. Tralnln. nf Children" waa dla
...4 h. circuit Juda-a Frazer yester
day afternoon before the' Home Training
association. The head of the juvenile
court aa!d mat tne most suaceptioie
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WILLIAM R. M 'GARRY.
That W. R, McOarry will be nomi
nated by the Republicans for city at
torney tomorrow la a foregone conclu
alon. If Mr. McOarry la elected city
attorney the people of Portland will
have retained a lawyer of standing and
not a machine politician representing
any special Interest. -
Mr. McOarry'a standing aa a lawyer
and gentleman la thua summed up by
Hon. Willis B. Perktna of the Michigan
bench:
"William R. McOarry haa been an
honored and successful practitioner 'be
fore the bar of thla court for a number
of yeara laat past. , Since coming to
thla city about seven yeara ago to prac
tice hla profession, his gentlemanly
conduct and legal abilities have com
manded the respect and confidence of
all with whom he haa been brought Into
social or business relations, and It la
with the deepeat regret that hla frlenda
learn that he la about to remove from
this city to another field of labor.
"It la a pleasure to say that aa a
lawyer, Mr. McOarry'a work haa al
ways been of the highest character,
being marked by the moat careful prep
aration of hla casea and an earneatneaa
and seal In their presentation which
leavea but little to be eald by othera
when he la- done. His practice during
the past few years haa included many
of the moat Important cases tried In the
courts of this state during that time,
and, wherever he may determine to lo
cate it is the earneat wish of his frlenda
and business associates here that he
may soon achieve that' succeaa which
his character and abilities deserve."
age of a child la between the agea of B
and 8 yeara, and that during those early
yeara he ahould never be allowed to dis
obey with Impunity.
Steamer Jesse Harkina. fo Camaa.
Waahougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leavea Washington atreet
dock I p. m.
Have you joined the E. Side Ath
letic clubT $8.00 entrance fee aaved If
you Join thla week. Professor Rlngler,
director.
Dan Kellaher haa no political man
ager. Hla administration will be free
front that kind of Influence.
F.W. BALTES
COMPANY
MAIN 165v
INVITE YOUR
INQUIRIES FOR
PRINTING
FIRST AND OAK STREETS
Why pay more? Metzger flta your
eyea for fl. S42 Wash. St., cor. 7th,
formerly at 111 Sixth street
Vote for W. C. Puffer, Republican
and Business Men'a candidate for the
Fifth ward. Ballot No. 85.
OHIO DEALER IN RAGS
ISSUED ODD COINS
A peoullar coin la the property of Ed
bert Williams, 346 Seventeenth atreet.
It la an American coin with the liberty
head and date 1863 stamped upon It
In the uaual manner, but on the reverse
aide la stamped a firm name with an
address at Cincinnati. In the center on
the aame aide la printed "Dealer In
Rags andXoln." Mr. Wllliama haa a
number of other Interesting old colna.
E. T. Smith of Tualatin possesses a
Spanish coin dated 1803.
Vote for W. C. Puffer.
Republican and Business Men's can
didate for the Fifth ward. Ballot No.
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For Sale A few aecond hand Incuba
tors; good aa new. 321 East Morrison,
corner First atreet.
A man'e public record la good evl
dence of hla character. Look up Dan
Kenanere record.
Dr. O. F. Koehler, removed to 403-4-5
Bwetland bldg. Dlaeaaea of stomach.
Acme Oil Co. sells the beat safety coal
OH and fine gasoline. Phone East 780.
Worn an' a Exchange. 183 Tenth atreet.
luncn u:so to 3; nuaineaa men a lunch,
Eaatmcn kodaka .and supplies. I.
Leeaer Cohen, 111 6th, the Kodak atore.
Dr. William Cavanaugh. dentist, haa
moved hla otnee to 603-4 Buchanan bldg.
$3 Oxfords, all leathers, new ahapes.
Marks Shoe Co.. 291 Morrison.
D. Chambers, optician. 129 Seventh.
Berger 81gna 384 Tamhtl Phone.
Klaer acenic photoa. Imperial hotel.
'.-. . in 1 1 -1. 1 1 , . i;,..:..;
Don't naa harsh ' nhvalca. " Tha raan.
tlon weakens tha bowels, leada to ehron
io constipation. Oet Dean's Regulets.
They operate easily, tone the stomach.
cura constipation. -. . .
GREAT SAVINGS IN
GROCERIES
For Wednesday. Thursday. Frt
day and Saturday sale we present
a oargain list that win intereat
every family, indicative of the
valuea that crowd our atore every
day.
Scotch Oats, 2-lb. pkg...... .. Bo
Fort Stanwlx Condensed To
rn at oea, 1-lb. can So
Orlffln's Aa't Soupa, 3 cans...B5o
Oriffln'a Asparagus Tips SOo
Grlffln'a Boston Baked . Beans,
8-lb. can i .;.18o
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, pta. BOo
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, qta.. .35o
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, H gal.eso
Lonrr's Preserves and Jama,
I6-01. glass SOo
Southwell Orange Marmalade. 8O0
Table Blackberries. 3 cans....86
Clear Brook Yellow Peaches,
2H-lb'. oans ISo
Washburn-Crosby Co. Gold
Medal Flour, per aack, . . , .9100
Seat Valuea In Butter la tha City,
D. .C BURNS CO.
10 TBZ3U) ST. FKOJTS XAX3T 613.
y-F special interest to the women of Portland is the fact v
vthat an excellent class of people is buying property at
Rose City Park. This means a social atmosphere that
l&vll will be so attractive that all of Portland will be proud to
participate in the social gatherings of that delightful part '
of the city. The married women will do well to influence
their husbands to buy and build their permanent homes in
Rose City Park.
We will be glad to have you call at our office any day with your friends and visit Rose City Part with? f
us in one of our automobiles. We know you will be pleased with the ride and will also become ac
quainted with the city's most beautiful suburb.
HARTMAN & THOMPSON
Chamber of Commerce - BANKERS Ground Floor
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WE SELL CHEAPER ON CREDIT THAN OTHERS DO FOR CASH
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EASY TERMS
Pay a small amount down upon purchasing, then $1.00 PER
WEEK. You ipt only save money in buy ing from us, but we also
give you the privilege of wearing the WATCH while paying
for same. GEVURTZ , SONS :
First, Second and YamHill Otm
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WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SILVERWARE
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CLOSINQ-OUT
SALE
OBJLDB FAXHTS.
STZSKXa, BXVSSS8, STAXaTS
ITS OZIiS.
We are selling; our entire atock
at low cut prices, which we know
will causa it to aelL Now Is
your opportunity to ret -foofl
Paint or Varnlah at low prices.
Store for rent., rixturea for Bale.
We Axa Oolnr Out of the metail
Boalaeaa. .
R. N. NASON & CO
on aad ratal iUknw,1tTyr
44-46 V. Sixth St, Veat Ooooh St.
JOURNAL WANTS PAY BEST
HEILIQTHEATRE
4th and Washington Phone Main I
Seat Sale Today
Amertca'e Beeottful Actraw,
Lillian Russell
la ta DeUtatful OooMdr.
The Butterfly''
afoadar, Tuesday, Wadnasdar, ThurWir Ntfbts,
, May, i I, aad a.
PRSStow Floor. 13.00. $1.80: Balooey,
Beeta BelUof at Taeatra Box Offlca. '
t4tn ana ' UT-tt lit VBCITCtG
araahiasloa UUUU lllkninu Hala t,
atordar eat laaaay ITkUs, atay 44,
. tim -taanaa Irlsb nnwedHwi...
MURRAY & MACK
la tbe Mutes Farce Oonedy, .
... xiiAmra m rawTi." -v-
PRICK8 tower Floor, Hi Baleonyr t5e, fte
veuery, ioc, oc- aeata aew feuug ai uteaua,
n irrn aariens numuti.t
DAHC.H intAIIlt Oeo.UB.ki.MT.
Parmaaantly Loeatfd Tfca Famooa Bakar ttiaa.
tra Stock Compasy. . i
WUllam Collier's 0t Comedy Bnceaaa.
tj Blehard Bardlaa Davta.'
One of the fnonleet corned 1m ever written. -PereonaV
direction Mr. Arthar Mteltley. " "
MetiBoe nattuday. Erenlnf Prlcaa 2Bc aju
ooc. Matinees, lie. Me...,
Cowboy aad tea lady." "
Vest Weak "Tha
Milton W. eamaa, Meneg er. , Tha Botna of
Tonlfht All Week loiUnt Bit Ibbmbm
cf coP..r ta
M.tlueea Wedneaday and Saturday n l .hi
an weea -oaa uarea Da JUtht, "
Picnic at Rcbs.e's Pari.
Sunday May 5
BOWUWJ AND DANClsa.
GAMES Of AO. KIKD8. -Take
Car at Seooad Morrlaoa u.
LYRIC THEATRE
rertlaad's 9uualmr-ntaA ha lm la.1.'
eraoan aad, Zveaiaa- Tata ireek. Zyria Stoak
Cemaaay la tha tmaum Melodrane
B ' "bsalid Lira." ,
"rd Beats eta bow be seearad In edTtara
ma 10 a. ra. to 10 p. at. Dally awthiees at
aaoal.tlm.. Reenliic perfocxaanfea at i:15.
Saturday and Saaday erealBfa. tint partes,
aace at TUB. . f... "i.,-;.,;-,''..:-.;
The GRAND
TZIhtiaf atiji ta.
Tanderille '. Oa taaa.
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aHal Aided '
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Xnily Vioe.
The CsMttu.
rrwtrla koberta.
Araadlaeeae. ;
THE STAR
Weak ?.?r0 ft...
-y THi" AtttJJ TOck CO. Prnt
i : . Tie real '! Cnmwlr-rtrasia,
'TO MOIJI' eK." .
' Carrie Aatikr Ciaiaa.
Mat Teee-, Thurt- Bf. end Bnalare it f
aricee 10 and SO eenta. Ctery emtng el I !
prtrea 10, and 0 casta. Beeer4 if
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