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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAIi PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVE KINO, MAT 31. IWT.
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IIELP . WAXTEI MALE.
WANTED-A( one, a rlf builder (or Oil
Arid, near Portland. IHm't answer It not
vertisements will be
experienced. - Address, B SOS, Journal.
WANTED Solnglera. Call at Clevelend art
and Buinner at, or phone Salt 187s. , .
found on pp. 18-19
WNTED Boy about 18 year old to ran er-
Made in New York
rsoa, ate., tn wholesale hones; steady pol
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WANTED Good all-aronodpresssr; steady Jolt,
O other city disputes the position of
cnicaso va works, v waaaiiiftoa si.
NEW TOD AT.
WANTED Errand boy; me with wheel
- f t1; food . wages, . "tueter PrlatlDf
SIS Second street. ...
J New York as the creating force in .
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Take East Ankeny (E. A.)
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off at Wiberer Lane. You
jare our guests in order that
you may see our beautiful
tract and tell your friends
about it. More than one
fourth 6f the lots are already
sold. '
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Company
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Company
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MARRIAGE LICENSES.
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' Benjamin N. Reynolds, Bbelton, Wsshlnftuo,
sra, ana m. hudcd raraar, .
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Lsdy -or geatlemea to do type
writing and general office work. May work
bait or loll dare. Accuracy and neatneea
toeoaaary. In '. answering atata experience
and aalary expected; also fiv telephon auto.
Der, ii any. Address sue, journal,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED Slrostloa as atablenaa by ulddle-
area stasia nasi llrery not preferable. Ad
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WANTEDTO RENT,
WANTED A ' furnished home at Jleaatda or
Long Beach, for aeaaon; not over eoo. a. U
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WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED At once; homelike place with re
aper laDie family for two little giria, ana
S yearn of ago. Wonld prefer a pla
family having no anal! eblldreii. wl
pay 111 per month (or their ear. SOS Koarth
at. Phono Mala 6987.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
COOL, modern, oatalde roans; weet aide. .404
Morrison, rrivat family, rut 10.
KEWT.T furnished front parlor, aultablo : for
two. Modern eonrenteneea) gentlemen pre-
wrrei. boi join
ROOMS AND BOARD.
3S WASHINGTON Roome and board, 2S BP.
Tabla board. 94.60. t- '
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING.
07 SIXTH Largo room, small kltebra. far
niaoeo for light ftooeekeeplngs near poetofflce.
TWO furnlahed
- floor salt
hooMkeeplng-rooma. (round
eenarate entrance. S35 Clay at..
corner Second.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
B-ROOY eottage, modera, very eloee
Kast Third at., corner Fine.
to. 84
FOB RENT Cottage 4SS Waablngtoa at., corner
IStft, inquire Ablngton bldg.
FOR BENT A 8-room cottage en Kaat Third
at., norta. between Hancock and scboyler.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
NICE S-room rottage. gaa range,, electric Ugbte;
alao yard. 1U Kaat Blita at., near Morrlaon.
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Any man Anywhere can wear the correct
iuib liwiuuu
of to-day by d&
mandihg in his
Clothes the label
of Alfred Benjamin & Co. It is found only in
clothes that are made by the most skilled de-.
signers and expert craflsmen in NewYorkCity.
Correct Clothes.for Mem
Exclusive Arent Here.
Buffum & Pendleton, Inc.
311 Morrison St. .'
Anthony and Cleopatra which bo one oaa re
am.
Annie Russell at Helllg Tonight.
The moat gorgeoua and effective ataga proa.
entatlon of Bhakeapearo'i "A Mldeammer
Mlgbt'a Dream," which haa vea beea revealed
la New Tork, cornea direct from Ita triomphe
at toe new Aitor theatre to the Helllg theatre,
tonight for two algbta with apecial nrlca
matinee tomorrow, when the dlatingutabed
i acrreM, Anau Kaaaell, win appear la what la
probably the- moat delightful figure In Shake-
apeara a wrltlnga, "Puck." or Roots Ooodfellow,
the incarnate apirlt of mlechlef.
Miss Annie Russell, Who Appears Tonight In "A
Dretm."
Midsummer Night's
COLLEGE EIGHT
RAGE OH TODAY
AT THE THEATEES
3
OEARHART PARK New, nicely farniebed eot-
tage. 5 roome and zoo equare reet of porch,
for tbe month of July. Addreea E. 0. W..
S86 Sixth at., city. Mala S81W. .
BUSINESS CHANCES.
GOOD paying rertanrant, with complete acta
or oreniiia, aoaa fountain, two ice cream-cone
machine, etc.; extra good locatloa: cheap
thla week. ' For complete information apolr
of owner, S12 WlUlama are.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
80x100 FEET near Eaat Morrlaon, on 14th
at., will divide: cholceat ehma in reildenre
lota on the market, fine vlewi -thla la eaay
walking dletance, good for home or Invest
ment. ga.(wu, eaay terma..
w. J. Day & Co.,
MS Stark, room 23.
FOB SALE Cat flower for apodal DeeoratJoa
day ordera. paruea, dinner. Sella Woaaett,
uctiey ureen atauoo. si. jonna car.
' Wedding Carta. W. O. Smith Co.. Waab
lngtoa bldg, comer roartn and Waahlnrtoa eta.
Tonaeth Co., florleta, for flower of all
inda. . m Sixth at. -
Clarke Broe., Floriata Flna Qowtra and floral
oeeigna.- XMt alornaoa at. .
- Fall dreee eolta for rent, all (laea. Cahiae
xauoriog w miara ei. ,
WEDDINO INVITATIONS Li teat and beat: $5
per iuu. a.. nawa io inira at,
BIRTHS
RICE May 28, to Mr. and Mr. Loam Rica,
mil iiariamaa atreet. a oangnter.
BALLIN May 11, to Mr. and Mra. F. A. Bel
lln, 614 Eaat Oak atreet, a eon.
MAXON May 22, to Mr. and Mr. J. Elmer
Maxnn. 75T Eaat Davie atreet. a danrhter.
BARRON May 20, to Mr. and Mra. William L.
Barron. 835 Roe atreet. a eon.
BLACKBURN May 1. to Mr. and Mra. Jame
E. Blackburn. , 43a Mlmer atreet, a eon.
MAIERHOFER May 17. to Mr. and Mra. Mich
- ael Ualarhofer, IS Killing worth arena, a
eon.
JACKSON May 21, to Mr. and Mr. William
H. Jarkaon, 069 Rodney avenue, a dauxhter.
PHILLIPS May 24. to Mr. and Mra. Wilbur
Phillip, 14 Et Seventh atreet. a eon.
SATJVIS May 17. to Mr. and Mra. Alfred F.
Bauvie, 420 waaco atreet, . a aon.
8ANDBTEEN May 24, to Mr. and Mra. A. II.
Bandateen. 9SS William avenue," a daughter.
TYHKLI Mny 13, to Mr. and Mr. Edward
John Tyrell, 108 Pennoyer atreet, a eon.
JAMES May 28, to Mr. and Mr. Richard B.
Jame. 11M Union- avenue, north, a aon.
Barnard. Eaat Twenty-eighth and Sherman
atreete, a aon. ., i
LA TT A May 18. to Mr. and Mr. John Latta,
6(14 Irving atreet, a daughter.
SMITH May 18,, to Mr. and Mr. Mortimer
Loralne Smith, 461 East Twelfth atreet.
PETERS May 24, to Mr .and Mra. J. N.
Peter, Inta. a daughter.
L1ND8TROM May 2, to Mr. and Mr. Oeear
J. Llnd.trom, 102 Olive atreet, a daughter.
DEATHS
NEVINS May 27, Charle L. Nevlna, aged
48 yean; murdered.
WALKER May 80. Baby Walker, 42 Sixth
etreet: - atlll born. .......
. ROBINSON May 20, Mr. Mary R. Roblnaon,
aged 07 year, 482 Market atreet; Bright'
dieeaae.
CO RLE Y May 2R. John Corley. aged Tl year,
T month and SO day, at Horn for tba Aged;
eenllity. . ,
SCOTT May 28. Frank Scott, Colored, aged
17 yean; cereoro pinaj meningiii.r
BARRETT May 2S. Mr. Minnie May Barrett,
aged 88 yeara. 1088 North Twentieth atreet;
general aeptlcaetnia.
OREEN Mav 28. Martha Green, aged 11 yeara,
2 month and day. 991 Belmont atreet;
diphtheria. v
NICOLA I Mar ' 15. Mr. Margaret Nlcolal.
aged 68 yeara, 895 Haaialo atreet; Brlgbt'a
MOORE May 90, Alfred Moore, aged 87 year
Mr36 oaya, liu nnn avenue; eenmty.
ELY Mav 24. Lutber Shelr. aged 40 year:
pulmonary rnhercuioel.
BROWN May 29, Mr. Ellxabeth Brown, aged
80 yein, 2 month and 18 day, 767 Marshal
street: senlllrv.
FAILING At the family' residence, 68S Second
itreet. this city. May JK), 19U7, L,inie A.,
;.6no BDtS good Concord baggy,
ISth at., coraar of Belmont.
154 Et
2B0 DOWN for new, atrlctly modera S-room
cottage, 1 block from car Una, nice residence
district; balance on monthly payaienta. Prloe
oniy e'.sw. (
W. J. Day S: Co-
268 Stark atreet.
Eeat 27 and Alder, $3,400; ln-
coariesxn vo., n uommercUI,
"Never Again" t the Baker.
"Never Again" la to be the bill at the
Baker next week. It la a French musical
fare that wlU be aura to plea Biker audi
ence anil th.r I. rrmmt nt In
ni. h.. Ku. i. I day, too; laat time Sunday evening. Seat mar
popular wherever produced, and la tb haada "i""
Mrs. Leslie Crter Nest Week.
Tb attenflanee at tb Hellla theatre next
Thondiy and rrlday nights and Saturday after
noon, .una a, t ana B, win be the distinguished
actreea. Mrs. Le.ll Carter. In "Da Barrr:"
Saturday night; "Zaaa." Seat aal open aest
xneeaay, 4 una .
Children's Mtlnee.
Tomorrow at tb Lyrle there will be a an.
eul children' matinee, when Mlaa Varna Fel-
ton and tb A lira itork company will be
In tb delightful comedy-drama, "Polly Prim.
roae," Which bss pleased thousand of people
during tb week. There are beautiful scenes
that will -charm tba children. Mstlnee Sun-
Will Be First Contest for of. tb B,kw opv wu certainly b i
Eight-Oared Chainpionship
of the Pacific Coast.
First Day t the Oaks.
Everybody went to tb Oak reaterdar: at
east it seemed that everybody went, for dur
ing til day and lat night thousands were
STANFORD HAS
BEATEN BERKLEY
Race WU1 Be Rowed on Lake Wash .V,
ington, Over Four-Mile Course and
Will Begin at 0 o'Clock Com
parison of Crews. ,
llmlf tawl a agtraanit titan fita-mail Anainltiai fnsa,
big park. Tb place I an Ideal one for reet P n 'atber"
and recreation, while for tboae who are fond I
of music nothing more entertnbilng could be
found than SchlUonyl' Hungarian band. Tbe
youngsters msd a great bit yesterday and
war frequently applauded. There la to ha
an eight-mlnate car aervlce to the park tbla
"Sins of the Father."
Seat sale opens Sunday' morning at the Lyrle
bog of flea for Mis Varna Feltoa sad tba A Ilea
tork company In tb successful melodrama
"Sins of tba Father," which opeaa Monday
evening for a week' rua, with matinee Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. "Bin
la a melodrama oat of tb
NEW bouse
etailmente.
OIL. oil; buy a bom la tbe coming boom ren
ter, signi rooms, oatn, pantry, etc.. com
plete: fc 40x100, best location la Lenta.
11,477: o00 cash, terms on balance. A bsr-
gsln; ere owner. Joseelyn, Main atreet, near
atauoo, inertia. . ,
SEVERAL nice lota In one of Portland' most
neaatirui autmroe for aal at a bargain. Ad-
ares roetofftce Box 244, Portland, Or.
HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS,
FOR SALE Cheap, a span of chestnut geld.
Inge, flaxen mane and tall, well matched.
thoroughly city broke, lx yean old; beat
road team In Oregon. Also prsctically aew
Concord top buggy and splendid set of buggy
harneaa. Muat be seen to be appreciated.
Write lock box No. 450. city, or call on O
P. McDermott, Mount Scott car line, Hasel-
wlld station, n walnut at.
3AMskSW9
BARTER AND EXCHANGE.
WILL exchange
sidewalk, work
Journal.
plastering,
for bone.
brick work.
Address 8. 800
...TRANSFER AND HAULING.
PENINSULAR Express
247 Alder at- I'bone Main 21
Baggage Transfer,
171.
. daughter of Byron C. and Flora E. Falling;
aged 22 yeara. Notice of fnnenl hereafter.
UNDERWOOD At residenc 429 Tenth atreet.
May 81,
1007, Edith Violet Underwood.
if
NOTICES.
FORGET) to move out, must sell out oar plant
Tl bargain price, in awisa jioni
112 Vancouver svenue. Phone Baa) 6870.
bv June Tj
Co.
HELP WANTED FEMALE '
. WANTED A woman to do kitchen ' work la
privet bearding house. 186 Filth tt.
TWO solicitor on household specialties; good
" return for few noun' work. 262 Third at. ;
WANTED A
wage paid.
woman to make beds; blrhest
Dewey tiouss, 20 North Third.
DALLAS TO HOLD
, .FOURTH TWO DAYS
i
(Spetlal Dlcpstch to The Journal.)
Dallas! Or., May SI. The finance
committee; appointed to solicit funds for
the Fourth of July celebration Is meet
ing- with great tucceaa. In one even
ing's work 1500 was subscribed by tner-
cnants ana business men. The commit
tee expect 4c raise nearly $1,000 for the
two dayvelebron. THmoh'Ford of
Salem will deliver the annual address
to the pioneers July 2. The orator for
the Fourth has not. yet been selected.
Two bands will be engaged for both
days, and each afternoon will be given
over to sports and games. About $200
will be spent for fireworks. Insuring a
good electrical display on the nlgbt of
July . Tne ooddess or Liberty will
be appointed by the executive- commit
tee, thus doing laway with the voting
proposition entirely iajiaa is enjoying
the most prosperous year in her his
tory, and the business men- are going
io respona uoerauy to maxe tnis the
biggesr celebration ever . held in Polk
county. :
BKER CITY TAKES
. IN NO BAD COIN
Baker City, Or., May Si. The discov
ery by government pf flclsia of numerous
counterfeit coins in eastern Oregon has
caused many people in this section to
become uneasy for fear of having some
of the spurious bad money round, which
leaves , room for a suspicion that it
might b floating In any "community
In the eastern part of the state, r The
matter has been Investigated In so far
as It pertains to Baker City, , and the
result is most satisfactory, as not one
of tbe bAk of this city has taken a
counterfeit , coin and none Is . familiar
with the location t)f the bogus money.
However, cashiers here are using- unui-
(Spectsl Dispatch to The Joarnal.)
Seattle, May SI. The first eight
oared rowing championship of the Pa-1 the Marqusm tbla week
cific coast Is the prise for which crews J.tJ.TjTJJ
Marquam Draws Crowds.
Interest In the San Francisco Opera company
at th Marquam continue unabated. There
are crowded bonses at every performance, and
there is not a company In America that baa
more right to claim the attention It la receiv
ing. It it doubtful If each music ha ever
beea offered at the price which prevail at
th Marquam. "Tbe Strollers," the bill at
ha mad a great
tlnnfwi. .nn.i.n. nf TAA W.hh ,h. CAfn.
Uliicciiiui LU. uwiomiv; v. I dlSB, UD0B tb Stag.
oaid-aTeaA, Sealp Diseases Cured by
"Til HOnUIOLB BlTBOZOir."
Druggists refund money if Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil 1 falls,. ; ' 26c ;
GltEAT COAL STRIKE
MADE AT MEDF0RD
(Special Dlapateh to Tb JooraaL)
Medford, Or., May SI. A large de
posit of the best coal yet discovered in
Oregon has been opened five miles east
of Medford by parties, who have been
prospecting the field for several
months.
Ington and Stanford university will
struggle on Lake Washington this even
ing. Stanford has already prover her
superiority over the University of Call
fornla.
The race will begin at S o'clock and
Baker Company Scores Heavily.
Although' the Baksr company has mad In
numerable successes this season. It has never
presented a play that brings more wholesome
snd s-ennlne dellzht than "The Dairy Farm."
be over a four-mile course. Everything I which u tbe bill at the Third street bouse
considered. Stanford seems to have! this week, it is distinctively a pastoral play, 39 on ballot,
slightly the better chances for the race I waling with rural character m a small village
this afternoon. Her men are more ex- Vork- V f M bu,n,5'u" ot n:
man interval, ana too stag sellings sre equal
to tb standard of tb Baker.
Itching, torturing skin eruptions, dls
figure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's
Oint;.ient brings quick relief and last
ing cures. Fifty cents at any drug store.
Sixteen years in Portland. Opposed
to perpetual franchises. I M. Davis,
perlenced and In better condition. Sad
ler of the University of Washington
crew is convalescing from an attack of
quinsy, and big Klrby, the heaviest
man In the boat. Is suffering slightly
from the same disease.
Washington had much better facili
ties for practice than Stanford, and
"Girofle-Girofla."
Xane Bally Tonight.
Burkhard's hall, E. Burnslde & yd rand.
- . m . , , ,,. V.'
Charles Lecocq's sparkling comic opera.
"Glrofle-Glrofla," will be revived next week
at tb Marquam Orand by tbe Ran Francisco
Opera company. It wlu be the tint tloio this
opera has been beard In this city in many
2rfrTed Block Oaansft floods.
Allen V Lewis' Best Brand.
tnis may tena to orrset the advantage year. "Olrofle-Olrofla" wa th opera which
the visitors have In health and expert- made Lillian Russell famous, and Teddy Webb,
ence. There is some difference In the who wiu play tb rawer oi tne twine, uirorie
stroke of the two crews. Washington's
stroke is long and sweeping, while
Stanford's Is shorter and more choppy,
In rough water the latter" will find her
stroke very advantageous. If the water
is smooth, Washington's stroke will
be more effective. Stanford's form Is
not so good as Washington's,
men do not pull so evenly,
and GJrofla, at tb Marquam next week, was
witn mis nusseu.
"Darkest Russia."
"Darkest Russia," a melodrama In which
Bartley Campbell (tarred for many years, will
be tb attraction at tbe Star theatre next
.k. I week, commencing Monday evening. All who
are inierescev m cuuuiuviw u, hum., n
mm .mm mwUm t mlkl Mmmlt mitHmMt. Will flllrt
Zimmerman, tne visiting captain, is n..v.. Rnuia" a nlav not to be missed.
one of the best oarsmen on the coast. I Charles Connen and Lillian C. Field will be
He was a good man before he came I added to tbe company next week
to the college and has Improved much
since. He will be a citadel of strength "Wedded but No Wife."
in me ouuuuru " vy, v,oio ana .,.. u i..'. 4.m.HH "XftAAtA
uonani are more expenencea man any i B, No wife." is what tbe public like, evi-
of the Washington men, among whom I dotty. Judging from th ateadlly Increasing
Captain Gloster is the best water man. I attendance at the Star theatre this week. Escb
Wftuhlna-tnn hum been nractlrlnar for I nerformsnc sees more people attenamg ana
mr I . i . ,, ... 1 R. I
nr. Par. nil nnnnnn nn1 will nnth. 1 OSCJi aUOience IS rnotlll raioinmiii-,
ably have more endurance than her P.r. "KtSS nZ
oppvnenis, wmio ino nmwn usvramen I , Rundav
. . I a. - -
.in uui du unuu iv aijiit aim I
would be more at borne in a shorter I
race. This, then, Is an advantage fori
the U. of W.
Where Laughter Reigns.
From th moving picture to Earl and Wil-
t i. th,.ht that fniiw snftiwi aon, th musical ketch team, theprogrm this
" "O- - - - - - -" ' " w - . . . ,K flmmmA tm m Mf-lM nt HlUllMI .M.
will witness the vbir contest. Boat Luitlea. There are no dnll momenta and each
races nere oeiore nave arawn crowas number la gingery. Towen, the magician.
numbering In the thousands and there gives aom atartilng tricks, sll aletght-of-bani.
Is every reason to believe that today's I and Cashing and Merrill do a travesty oal
crowd win surpass an others.
The personnel of the two crews is ail
follows:
BVANFORD.
Nane. . Weight. Height
Conant, stroke ........ 169
Houston,, No. 7. ........ 1ST
Gay. No.' 8... ...1ST
Patrick, No. B 168
Zimmerman (CI No. 4. 169
Cole, No. 8 .165
Wondrles, No. 2 163
Fitting, bow .......... 170
Turner, coxswain ......105
Average weight 164 pounds.
WASHINGTON.
Name. ...... . .Weight
Gloster (captain, stroke 168
O'Brien, No. 7 162
Klrby, No. 6 176
Jarvls; -Nev 6......... 174
WUlis, No. 4..'..,..... 173
Lovejoy, No. 8. ....... 163
Saddler, No. 2 ..... . . . . 165
Lowry, bow...... ..... 163
McLean, coax wain... 10 i
. Average weight. 166 H pounds.
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half gallon, $1.45; quart,,
75c ; pint, 45c.
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145 FIRST STREET
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OUTLET CLOTHING CO.
Northeast Corner, Morrison and First Sts.
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