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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAIV FOUTLAIJD FRIDAY EVENINO, : MAY 10, 1:37
"The Cowbor and the Lady"
Kmclr ."BUS band Do Bltrlit"
Bfown'i In Town"
.'TUe Silver Kins"
Beowtaxy of 8Uto Frank W. Benon
4 - writes from Los Angela that hie health
! bo greatly Improved that ha will ba
t bla to return to Oregon to resums.hls
, "; ' duties in a. week or twa Mr. Benson
' :, went south. Immediately sifter the last
campaign wrecked In health. While
away ha haa been under the ear of hla
family physician who went to California
with him. In a letter to Max ShlUock,
' Mr. Benson oommente on the atate of
. hia health in glowing terms and says
. thai the change for the better com
menoed about two weeks ago, Since hla
absenoe from Oregon, Judge H. L. Ben
on, a brother residing at Klamath
,-, . Falls, haa, been attending to the dutlea
, of the secretary of state. v A
' Royal Bajcery Dellverymen In Hand
1 some,'. New Uniform - The Royal
Bakery dellverymen have attracted con
aiderabl attention In their f reah, new
uniforms as they are aeen about the
v city delivering Table Queen bread and
,, omer Royal products. Their . photo
grapha appear In the market section of
. this paper, and It la certainly a aplen
did, healthy appearing group of mon
ths kind one likes to think of In the
. wora of supplying foodatuffa. - And, by
i the way, those free cook books offered
1 r by the Boyal Bakery are to be In great
, favor. - Bee particulars in the market
After a few minutes' deliberation the
. Jury in Judge uantenbeln'a department
of the circuit court yeaterday afternoon
declared D. B. Learning,, proprietor of
the Lewis and Clark restaurant on
North Sixth street, not guilty of as
, asult and battery upon- M. Dllllnger.
. Dilllnger asserted that Learning had as
saulted him with a cudgel and broke his
arm, which he threw up to ward off the
blows. The prosecution was conducted
by Deputy District Attorney Oua C
Moaer. Learning waa defended by At
torney John A. Jeffrey, '
The Evening Star grange, under the
. direction of J. J. Johnson, is training a
. decree team of. tl membera for work
and competition at the atata grange,
which meets at Hood River the early
part of next month. They have been
commissioned to give the degree work
, at Hood Silver for tha benefit of new
granges. Tha team will be made up
largely of tha aama membera that won
- tha first prise laat year at Forest drove,
but hn been greatly enlarged and will
be better trained., . ,
Tha funeral . of Albert J. Stover, a
civil war veteran, who died at hla home
in Montavtlla, April 39, waa held -yea-terday
from. F. S. Dunning1 s chapel.
East Sixth and East Aider.' -The eerv
ioes were in charge of tha Ben Butler
post of the a. A. R.. and a large hum'
bar of veterans .were ' in attendance.
Comrade Stover was a past post com
mander of the Ben Butler poat and was
.a member of company K. First wiacon
,sia heavy artillery. ;
. Tha wagon graveyard of tha east
side, tha corner of Grand .'avenue and
East Morrison street hsd new victim
' this morning when a wheel waa pulled
"off tha delivery wagon of J. M. Bennett
Fred .(asters, tha driver, received a
hard fall but kept tha horse under con
troL Tha ear tracka at this corner are
constantly pulling ' the wheels from
i waarons. s Thraa brick ' wagons -f were
wrecked there in one day recently, v
viR A. Ha f fey, 14 North4 Third Street
complained to the police yesterday that
a man representing himself to be F. J.
Miller swindled him out if " 1J.S0 by
tneans of a bogus check. Tbe alleged
crook is described as being about 14
years of age. 6 fMt 7 Inches in height
weight 155 pounds, medium complexion
and wore a dark suit and black soft hat
.A detective has been detailed to make
an investigation. - " -
The 120,000 damage suit of Ross Mo
Mahan against the Cornucopia Mines
company was entered In . tha United
States district court yesterday on re
moval' from tha state circuit court of
Baker county. McMahasj alleges In his
complaint that ha was permanently dls-
abled by the caving in or a "tunnel on
ths mining property due to the negli
gence of tha company.' v .
A committee of tha Portland Grocers
association met last evening to lay
plans for tha annual picnic of the mem-
F. 17. DALIES
FI.1ST AID OAK 'STREETS
Like Finding TJoriey
TXW SV-BOXAXS TO OPlXftT TOtPI
rusuiB nxDAX abtd batviU
Ehmann Ripe Olives, pta.
isnn Ripe olives, qt.
glass . . . . . .. .......... .50e
r Baylea Preserved Sweet Mixed
Yum Turn Pickles, pts.,
' glass -..204
Bayles Preserved Sweet Midget
- Gherkins, pts., glass ...... 20 1
Bayles' Preserved Sweet Midget
Gherkins, 10-os. glass.. ,. .1B
Bayles' : Preserved Sweet Mixed.
! 10-os. glass . . v. l .15
Hetns Standard Currant Jelly,
10-lb. pall ... . . . ....... f 2.25
Helns Bxtra Family Apple Butter,
10-lb. crock $2.25
Iong's .Assorted ' Preserves and
Jams, lS-oz. glass...... ..20f
Imported Orange Marmalade,
' K-oa. jars 20f
D. C DUIL'iSCO.
818 T.Jrl ft.
riione I.tala 616
of a Safe
& Savings .
la furnished with w keys and
. no one aut himself earn fcav
access so lVaaloss a aubstt
tnte la aapeolaUy .- authorise
by Ua, :'';v ; "
STo stxanger oaa be admitted
writs hla key, mo matter how
obtained,' aa every renter must r
ha identtfled by an offloet of
tha aompany. - ' '
afa ; Deposit -, sapartoasat
apaa from a. an. to f p. n.
Sixth AifT -Washington
I! " 'V
bars. It ia probable that tha meat mar
ket men ' will Join. Either Bonneville
or Rainier will ba selected, and tha data
has been sst as Wednesday, July 17.
J. A. Eastest ia general chairman on
arrangements. AJ H. Willett heads the
transportation committee. ' ' , . '
Saturday, May 11, 1:80 p. m tomor
row. . ..' - .,V. 4''
North Paclflo Brewers ya. v. ?
Bralnard Cubs. ' - . v I
Twenty-fourth and Vaaghan streets.
( Admission, t6 cents.
Grandstand znxi''i-fiC?'::ii ::"''
Fortlsnd aeria No. 4. P. O. will
have another big class initiation this
evening, to be followed by a aupper.
On tha Slat there will ba a larger class.
This data is set for awarding three
gold medals to members who ' have
brought in tha most candidates during
tha threa months ending at that time.
Thera will ba a meeting of tha Audu
bon aoclety Saturday evening; May 11,
at the city halt v "Spring Migration"
will be tha aubject for tha evening.
Mr. Bohl man will present some new and
Interesting lantern ' slides. Tha publlo
la always welcomed to these meetings.
. Prises of 120. Ill and 110 will ba
given by the Portland Municipal asso
ciation for threw bast assays on Oood
Citlsenshlp. Competition open to young
men from IS to 25 years of sge. For
terms apply to John Bain, , 124 Stark
street , , .; 1 ' ,
' Adjutant and Mrs. Storey, T. P. S,
ceoretarlea for tha Paclflo province, will
hold special meetings at 249 Madison
street Saturday evening and all day Bun
day, May 11 and 12. Adjutant Storey
sines And acompaniea himself : on
guitar.. .-."'' -;'vNi.-r
' Articles of IncorDO ration of tha Port'
land Photo Supply company were filed
in the offloe of the county clerk this
morning by H. C, Forbes, H. K. Sargent
end B. M. : ratugraw, capital stock.
' At tha Central Christian Church, fiast
Twentieth and Bast Salmon streets.
li- A- Bastam of Chleag-o. assisted by
Binging Evanreiists oeoraa A. and Mrs,
Webb, will rive an illustrated song ser
vice Sunday avenlnjr. . e . s ,
Dr.. George IX Watson, preabher and
author of s "Love ; Abounding" and
other books en the Bible, wilt con
duct special meetings in Portland com
menclng May 17. ' The meeting place
haa not been aerinitelr determined.
' Steamer Jesse Harktaa, for Camas,
washourai and way landinra dallv
cept Sunday. tiaavaa Washington street
docs a p. a.
vvny pay, morer Metsger nta your
eyea ror si. si wasn. bl, cor. 7th,
formerly at 111 Slxtb street
Try TTashlDgton lump coal, price I7.H0
per ton. It l clean and . good. Ask
your dealers for it. -j
Dr.r M""Honta Bet t man, dentist. - has
returned. Offioa 40S4-( SweUand
bulldins. (V , , ' ',,!, , v , 4 , ,
Dr. a T. Koehlet, removed to 401-4-S
SweUand bldg. , - Dlseaaea of stomach.
Bastm.Jt kodaka and supplies. . Z.
Meser Cohen, ill Stn. the Kodak store.
' -' skMmasM
i. Dr. WiUlam Cavanaugh, dentist, has
moved nis omoe to eos-t Buchanan bldg.
Woman's Exchange, 139 Tenth street.
innca n: to s; ousmess men's lunch.
" Acme Oil Co. sella tha beat safety coal
oil and fine gasoline. Phone East 7IS.
Dr. E. C Brown, Bye-Bar. Manjusm.
4 -t.-(w ' A 1 ":! ""aas-sasBW'v. .. .
Gowna Madame McClure company.
!'... J.:..rf-8 f i.,.: V
D. Chambers, optician, XSS Seventh,
Berger-81gns 18 Ta'mhils Pbona.
Photo mounts, Woodworth, liH 1st
r ,-yj ":-r?T .': -peasss ; i- .-"v --. S,f .'.
' Klser soenlo photos. . Imperial hotel
. Good Il.tO shoes. "Marks Bhoa Co.
' i .i f i -;;(i:
Woman loves, a clear, rosv comnlex.
Ion. ' Burdock Blood Blttera purifies tha
Diooa, clears tne sxin, restores ruddy,
Don't rely, upon finding any of to
day's want ads in tomorrow's Journal.
. " 1 1 1 " 1 1 " 1 ' 1 1 ':-,-e'jM
JUDGE CLEUNS FATHER
. , DIES IN JANESVILLE
"' ' aSSSSBSassSSSSSBSS S 'ii-li-?', ' :,f -.
Presiding Judge John B. Cleland of
tha state circuit court waa informed by
tftlerr&nh veaterdav of tha death of hla
father, Jamea Cleland, at ' Janesvflla,
Wisconsin. Tha death or Judge Cle
tand's father came suddenly, but was
not wholly unexpected, as ha had bean
ill since tha first of tha year, rallying
and relapsing several times. Within a
week he had-been in his orchard, look
ing after soma of hla young trees, and
tha fatal relapse came suddenly. : Mr.
Cleland was S? -years of age and waa a
pioneer of '47 of Wisconsin. . Be is sur
vived by four children Judge J. B. CIS
land and' Attorney W. A. Cleland of this
city, Samuel J. Cleland of Emporia,
Kansas, and Mrs. A. It Fisher of Jaqeo
vllle, Wisconsin. Mr. Cleland was born
in Orange county, New York, April 14,
$1.50 to 02
Bolts for 3.9c
Broken . line of Elastic Belts
with fancy bucklej. values rang
ing; rrom $i.au to eachv to
be cleaned up' at this rt
special low price, each,, OJC
51.75 Vols. 98c
Women's Seal and ' Walrus
Handbags, with gilt and gun-
metal frames, leather-lined, fit
ted with com ; purse, Vienna
handles, $125 to $1.7$ values,
on special sale at thuQO
very low price, each..,. Uw
Special assortment of Pearl
Belt Buckles. ' assorted shapes
and sizes, v in ' white only, 65c
values, on sale at this Afrs
special price, each...... "afaVW
See the beautiful new line of
Alligator Puree Bags and Watch
Fobs, new and nobby styles.
New Belts and Buckles in great
variety. All prices, y , ,
200 Boya'i': Suits, in Fancy
Tweeds and Cheviots, best pat
terns for, school wear, double'
breasted coats; good, service
able clothing for boys 6 to 16
ears of age; regular $6.00 and
act i ejv. vv as i vi
5.50 values. ; on
sale at suit ....
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;. AND TAILORING THAT
SAVES YOU MONEY
Columbia tailoring has Dmit a
reoutation for reliability, for qual
ity. It's high-clasa in everything
but ; cost and T thata about the
only thing a critical patron is
willing to sacrifice, when it comes
to a proposition in this line. '.
Shop Over Carefully I
See how splendidly it is equipped
what a superior "layout" we ve
eot ' Just judge appearances - for
yourself; cote our complete . fa-
cilities our - large staff of expert
workmen (specialists for each
class of garments); observe how
systematically everything is done.
Examine the garments in the de
livery room the finished work; i
see now penectiy eacn one is
made.- Then, when you've satis-1
f ied yourself : that we can "make
eood." choose pattern to con
form to your most particular no
tion from the
.:J.J,. sv-1 isWit-i,'.-; J&j
Largest, Finest and Most Exclu
sive Display of Fashionable
Wooleng to Be Found in
Any Western City.
Suits V $20 to $40 1
Trousers $4 to $10
Store Open . Saturday
Grant Phcglcy, Manager
Llks'Bldg, Sevenths Stark
snneteeatft an4 VaaUagtem Sta.
T0HC220W NIGflTi .
Sjpaeial faatarsa TonikS'aaS SUg
: Klppodroma &ea . .. t
Closlns; fatura tomorrovr nl(1t.
Double session. Don't fall to have
one mora good ekate. v " . . r
AjDiossioir loo. 'skates' S8o.
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i CewrttW, Hef, ay ,
S n , ii i . iii i i i r
, ' THIRD FLOOR .
I J ,n i
M Sliificiis-iKIo Gas
While we are in possession
"I have had nine aets of teeth; made, some in " I had 9-tooth bridge and J-tooth bridge made by
London and others in the large eities of the United r. Austin, and cannot say enough in praise of the
States, but none have proven as satisfactory as workmanship and painless operation,
those made by Dr. Ajjgu- t" ' , , . .MR. WM. CAMPBELL
, ' .974 East Eighth Street . . ." - 200 Pike St, Seattle. .
payments at the same price charged when tasn is paid. . : i ' if
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Opened from 8 to 9; Sunday 9 to 1. Phone Main 3880. Don't
Chicago, Painless Dentists
Some people call
but of the way
f, ! ', Reed-French's piano store on Sixth nd
;.v .;; when one wants a piano. There are many good reasons for being:
: , at, Sixth and Burnside the 'store is larger, the window space is
greater, the light better, the rent less, more convenient to shipping
1 Reed-French show more pianos ' at one-time , than any other house ,
4 ,ihtown.-; 4-. " ' .?''. ,,'' 'y - 'C ' y";f
' i ) ' i t ' m .:'-"" - -. . ' , v , c i
This week is bargain week
in used Pianos- .'.
. Decker for $260 Schubert for' $240, Lester for $250, Ludwig
" for $190, Kohler & .Campbell for$265, Milton for $185, . Kimball
.. T "for $195,. Baus. for. $170.. ' 1 " ' ' ' .' '
' V Choice of any make "piano-pfayeryou want for $160 and music
; -ii thrown in.- i; r- f- ' ;
Reed-Frerich Piano Mffj. Co.
, G.W. Kennedy, Warcrooa Manz::r
SIXTH AND BURIISIDE
r Great MalneoSlSS
Great My Sale' ol
Suits today 350 garments, all wool fancy worateda,
fancytweeda and cheviota in medium,
patterns This season's moat fashion
and styleaHand-tailored garments, the best products
of America's leading wholesale tailors--Hand-workcd
Iders, best linings and
Suits the exclusive clothier
asks $25 for $20 values
See Morrison Street Window DjsplaywBy far, the
best suit value of the season Take advantageGreat
t Sale of Trousers-53.85 Pair
' - Friday and Saturday Sale
Worsteds in neat gray and
Large assortment to select
Men's Trousers we have
choice st this special low
If you want to enjoy the full comfort of your porch on the hottest
'summer day, equip it with "Vudor- Shades -Made of Linden fiber;
strips handsomely varnished and fully fitted with pulleys and
ropes. "Vudor". Shades are made to keep out the sun and still per
mit the air to circulate. Four sites and very reasonably priced; 50c
off the list price if you hang them yourself. On sale at these prices;
r . '4 FEET WIDE, t FEET LONG, $3.00 EACH...
6 FEET WIDE, S FEET LONO, S.T5 EACH.
" - s FEET WIDE, 8 FEET LONO, 4.50 EACH.
. . , 10 FEET WIDE, 8 FEET LONO, f .50 EACH. .'
We Set the Pace
. Owing to the dangerous and bad re
sults from the use of chloroform, gas
and other anaesthetics, Dr. Austin, after
much time and labor, - has developed a
process ' of painless dentistry perfectly
harmless to persona of the most delicate
nervous systems, or even in case of heart
disease and lung trouble. This process
is applied directly to the gums, and pa
tients retain all their senses, having their
teeth extracted without pain or unpleas
ant after-results. All other operations
are skillfully performed, causing Tittle or
no oain to the natient . ?
of very many complimentary testimonials, we submit with kind per-
Aluminum lined Plates, very lieht
Best Maroon Plate, Ash & Son's
Best red rubber, 5. S. white's porcelain sections.; ... . ; . .a.OO
Gold Plates, pink gums, S. S. White's teeth. . . .325 to S40
P : A IV Those who cannot : afford to . have their teeth , fixed
i I. and par ' cash can ' make arrangements with as on -time
. s -
men'si new spring nd summer
dark and gray
collars, hand-padded ghoul
findings, regular and stout sixes
ft . . '
of Men's Fine TrousersFancy
dark striped patterns, all sizes.
from. The. greatest bargain in
ever offered. Your
and strong. . . .312 to S15
Rubber, made natural. 310.00
get in the wrong office.
Burnside', but it isn't
Rogers Stainfloor Finish will
transform any old floor Into
n . exact imitation o! any
hardwood and produce a sur
face that is hard, elastic,
tough and beautiful. It pos
sesses a high lustre, but ia
not slippery. Needs no wax,
oil, shellac . or preparation of
any kind to keep it in first
class condition. Oil catches
dust and germs, soils the
clothing; wax is greasy and
slippery makes walking un
comfortable, r Floors stained
with Rogers Stainfloor Fin
ish do not scratch, mar or
show heel marks not af
fected by water--damp cloth
will dean it wears like
rubber. , ; No mixing or muss
with Stainfloor; comes ready
for use; easily applied; dries
over night One gallon will
cover 300 square feet of floor
and costs $2.75. Eight choice
colors. Drop us a postal card
or telephone- Main 2023 and
we will send booklet called
"Care of Floors" Free.
i; . Wa SaU Xvsrrtfciaa Yoa ; ' '
A JTaaa to falaVlta,
miJIS, CRESS & CO. !
tboi panrr stoxub
145 FIRST STREET
; rzosns uaxm soox .
iairs f iiwis u sjjisajja.
Utb. sad Wasfcla-toa, Thona VaU U
Tonlsht 8:1S VCloek, Bat. San. Wlshls,
oscai wiLors exxiT lat,
.' 8ALOMBN '
Prlrss Batlrs Lower Floor, SI. Balmiv,
II, TS, SOe. G11T7, SSo, 2Sc Boats Mlllni
at tboatrs bos offfe.
MARQ UAM ORAND
"'. ::. ..:', fortlawl's Yimou Thoatos.
f I'Uoo Mala 3UOJL
. .,. Cwala Oym Imw 't
Wednesdays May 13
San Francisco Opera" Co.
. Sa tas )! Xasioal S
' -rws Slsats Oalr. .
f,tinS Satandar sad Sob 17. :
. SoU Sals Opons Satudar, Kor U, S S. Bk
ITkos ace, SOs, T5c. ? i.
Pbono VIa t.'' : '
Boats of th rornons Baker Shirk Company, la
Nt Goodwin's Immonao 8ikm,
"THS COWBOT AMj THE LADt."
. Br Clydo Fttcb,
Boastlfal Prodarla Ona of tbs Scot of tho
En t Ira sooaoa. Bun Clraetlos Mr. Artbar
Mack lay. Matte Batorday.
. Ti1nf 25e. SSe, BOc. Matlnoo IBe, IBo.
Vast WoaWTao Sw DomteloB."
iUI ,aaai.aa.t . Ifala lit.
... HUtoa W. Boatnaa, Ifanagar.
Tho Bomo of Malorirama.
Tonlftt All Woak Tho Beomaa CsmBairr.
Boat Molnrlramatle Organisation That Km
Plarod fortland, la tha Bis Etrn Sooeaaa,
"iuu naai so aiaax." .
' Matlaoo Satnrtiay.
Btaf Direction of Mr. Horbnrt Aahtoa.
Wlcht Frlcaa lOe. SOe. SOc. IWf. u.rtnao
lOe. aoe. Mast Week "THH WUITB Ck.n
Pbona Mate 4688.
This Woak ths Allan Btork Company Prosontin
uio iwisnitiu a arcoomaaj.
,v: '- xxowsns nr tow.
Sfattiioaa Tsoadav, Thorada. Batnrdar anf
Bandar. Prices 10c, 2Ue. Krorv areola at
S.l.V Prieea lOe. SOe and SOe.
aoaorrod soats bf phono. Mala MSB. Offioa
open front 10 a. su to 10 p. m.
. a a aa az a -rA.
Weab of Mar . ' ' " '
? rraa aubtab stock coMPAJtr
-- "Tjcs siLvsa keso,"
-Ia fire Acta.. '
Mattooos Tnoadar. Thnradar. SatnMaro ami
Soadays at S:M. Prices 10 and 20 oanta. Ivor?
ovonlnc at 8:10. Prices 10. 30 and SO oanta.
Bosom seats by pbona, Main B46. .
Week of May U. "WavU'a lilaan."
The Ct AND w
Wsok of Map , Attraxtloai
TanderUla do Ism. ' 1X3 EltOLETOS A
Tbs Harrr Is Soas CO,
an aAii.oa Ajro subet, boom Ud
TXS BGJlflxr Sloaai. Sledria Boh