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Tim onsccri daily jouziial, ro3TLA::z. , fiuday evenino, hay , .2, i:c7.
A Mldssoawr llht's Dream"
"The troll ra"
. . . . VaadavUla
iw "Wedded, but Ma Wife"
'he Oaks 0. W. F. eare. lint aad iklrt
.......... AN .
: Thar was such a large Bumbtf et
people at th Sargent hotel, Qrend and
Hawthorn tvtnuu, for dinner last Sun
' day evening that tb capacity of th
. nous wit taxed to th limit. If ladles
. or gntlmn intending to din at tb
Sargent Sunday evening will kindly
Ulaphon Mr.- .Sargent, stating th
' iumbr f guests thay will have,
r th plat : required, thay will
greatly aaatat him In , promptly
and perfectly serving them. ' Th cul
ln of th Sargent la not aurpaaaed on
th Paciflo eoaat, fact now thoroughly
realised, and It ha a become a pleasant
habit of ladle and gentlemen to Invite
; their friend to dine with them at thla
hlgh-claaa establishment..- Mr Sargent
, ha bad experience In many of th
: greataat hotel on th continent, lnelud
" tng - th world-renowned Waldorf-Astoria,
Maw York, and la therefore com
petent to aery gueata . with anything
': that fancy may dcalr. Indeed. It 1
Just a ajr.JtorJttia gaat lamia to serve
- Sl ertKr-per plat dinner party a to
?rovld a luncheon at to cent. Th
ashlonabl of Portland understand
thla well. " ' -
Voters. B CarefuL Neither Mr.
Baker nor Mr. Ryan oald any tax laat
year, vote for taxpayer. Mr. lung
has been a resident of this elty for II
years, having been employed -for three
Tears at th Inman-Poulaan mill, than
IS year a apprentice and boiler
maker at th 8. P, shop, and sine
1104 been engaged In th real estate
and insurance business. He baa been
the tav mil far 14 nira and will
work faithfully and conscientiously for
a greater and better Portland, vote
for Fred C. King. Independent candidate
tor council, fourth, ward. .
Th nw Baptist mission - at - Cast
Forty-fourth and East Main streets will
be opened and dedicated next Sunday.
In tb morning at 10 o'clock a Sunday
school will be opened and in tne alter-
noon will take place th dedicatory ax
is; All are invited to attem
Prominent ministers will epeek. Rev.
B. C Cook Is th pastor of th new
mission and baa been instrumental in
raising funds for tb rectlon of th
church building. ." "
E. E. Raddlng. who is under . th ban
of th central committee of th Union
Labor party for not having filed th
. nomination mad for th labor ticket.
baa been backed . up by th painters'
union, -of which he Is a member. Tb
'.- union at ' a meeting last night passed
resolutions indorsing th action of Mr.
Raddlng and upholding bla course as be-
JlJg IW UIW VWVfc V mu.wm.v.m.
Making, an impression takes more
than a em lie and a bow. Faultless at
tire clava a very important part.
Schaefer'a korrect klothes always make
.a favorable impression because they
. represent th seme of korrect dressing.
Price from $1 up and every suit is
worth It more. Watch our new window
display. J. C. Bchaefer V Co Raleigh
Midi. Ill U Washington street. I -
' An Information has been' filed in th
circuit court chanrtn R. w. BOggs,
John Duggan. Dan Burn. F. Holden and
John to with malicious destruction of
nersonal nronerty by breaking-tna win
dows of a streetcar May 7. It la al
tered that th men were ordered off th
car for boisterous . conduct, and . after
getting off threw rocks through tn
WIBUUWB. ,- f r
'. At th local option rally at Jefferson
and Chapman streets tonight. Attorneys
A. F. Flegal and Miner Muraocn ana
- ur. Clarence iru niuw wiu wkh
th question of saloons In residence
tirectnets. Th precincts south of Jef
ferson and west of Sixth street will
. vote Monday . on th question of ex
cluding saloons from within their bor
flera, , . J", . . - y-i
' The date of th -regular meeting of
th Oak Grove improvement associa
tion has been changed to Tuesday ven
' ing, June 4. on account of their room
bclna- occupied Tor other purposes on
the date originally chosen. At th
meeting Tuesday oincera win o eiectea
and plans for tb Fourth of July cele
bration will D considered.
Th thnvnuah examination Of Our'
' eyes and to fit them accurately with at
tractive, perfect fitting lenses is my
only business I do that on thing and
do It right. No charges for examina
tion. Small chars-ee for proper lenses
If needed. George Rubensteln. Reliable
' Optician, 181 .Fourth, street, between
Yamhill and Taylor. ''
Drink Talk. To secure the beat re
- suits and aoqulr th good that 1 in
beer order a case of th famous Hop
Oold bottled by th star Brewing com
pany, strictly In compliance with th
pur food law. uepoi sea .intra eirvei.
bon Mam -
Wlre.and iron work of all kinds, Yir
a scenes, elevator enclosures and fences,
Columbia Wire Iron Works, tll-t0
East- Washington street. Phon East
' 70S. . v.,., ' ' - .'
New swimming plunge ready at East
Bid Athletic elub. Open daily to pub
' - lie. Expert Instructor. Baths It cants.
Privet lessons 50 cants. Ladle days.
Mondays ana rcasy. room ei.
Articles of Incorporation of th Ore-
go Enrvlrf --til
In tha nfflna of th countv clerk by C S.
t..i..- aw Dthln,An . mrtA Harriet
Yoder; capital stock, 16,000. ;.
Dr. 3. Whlteomb Brougher. pastor of
lly yf aea v '"r" w
' Ton er Invited for lc cream and a
beautiful view of Portland On Wlberg
Linemen and workers connected with
electrical wiring ar protesting against
th recent action of lars commercial
imviimi 4k votlne- not to favor th adop-
I tlon of an ' ordlriancTreralaringlnslds
ana outsia wiring. uu -
lng mature. Electrical workers allege
that members Of ' commercial ooaies a
not understand th matter, ' especially
from th standpoint of tb man up th
pel among a tangled mas of live and
dead wlr. : .
Among th things . desired by tne
worker and not favored by recent .vote
In th commercial bodies, 1 th ap
pointment of flv Inspector on th fee
system who shall be required to inspect
everything in th way of electrical wire
work. Inside and. out. -abov and below
ground. Th man say that flv men
were killed in ten -weeks last year, main
ly because the cross arma carrying dan
gerous wires were not painted yellow as
Is said to b th custom. They also al
lege that at leaat on fir out of flv Is
caused by bad wirlnr. ' that th prdl.
nances they, favor. No. 114 and lit,
In answer to tb statement that there
already an ordinance on wiring. No.
14001. th men aay that it doe not
ao into effect till Juna 190. Th mat
ter -will be decided at th coming elec
tion. - ,,r ..i..,....,
MAIN 1 00
Fr.JT AID C1X STIEETS
on a Vacation
' '.' Your mind will be relieved if you ,
'" T ' '.' know that your , '
And other valuable articles are in a
' " ' place of safety..-" ,"
Vaults are' Fire and Burglar-Proof :
" Thoroughly Ventilated and Per
fectly Free from Dampness. , ; (
By Mail ,
ECSOtlRaS MORE THAN $200.000.00 ,
' V: , ' Sixth and Washington Streets, Portland. Oregon.
C03DIEECIAL BODIES ;
6CX)RED BY LINEMEN
ElectricaJ Worker Allegw Death
Will Besralt Because of VaXTOr
Able Vote to Regulate Wiring.
heights, fcaturday afternoon and even
All tutttlaA tteer delivered to families
at . brewery price. Kelly's Family
Llauor " Btore. Park and . Morrison
Phon Main 18; Horn ISO.
Ice cream free to all at JVlberg
heights an Baturdav. Take E. A. car
and get off at Wlberg Ian.-
Wire and Iron work, flre sepe. ele
vator enclosures, - fencing, uoiumoia
Wlr A Iron works, ttl-170 Washington.
Wire and iron work, fir scape, ele
vator enclosures., fencing. Columbia
Wire Iron works, Ii-I70 E. Wash,
tm.. Tmi Rarktita. tor Camaa.
Washougal and way landing, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leave Washington street
dock I p. m. '
mill Fiver lln of launches will
rfaii. trine to th Oaks and re
turn. Boats leav loot- or zamniui
street dally at 1:10 p. m. , Sunday 10 a.
m. . Tickets at docs; ornoe, xq ceaia.
Wlr and iron work, fir escapes, ele
vator enclosure.-' fencing, uoiumoia
Wlr st Iron Works. IC8-I70 E. Wash.
W. A. Wise, T. K Wise, H. A. Bturde-
vant. dentists. Third akd Washington.
Main 101. Painless method used.
r mmm - ttmmmm Ate VAnr
eyes for L 141 Wash. St. ear. ttn,
formerly at Hi Bizvn eirweu
Allen's Kushlon Kumfort 8ho has an
ImprovAd . idea - of sol construction.
ot Morrison street
..BijiLmuw.w. r ww.
sal aa a whole. Western Oregon Tttrst
Co. 1 Stark street. - .
v ' nmii.M jr-Mnauvfi. AmtHm lias
moved bla omo to oucaanaa Diag.
Aem Oil Oo. eella tb beet safety eoal
ell and fin gasolln. Phon Esst It.
Woman's Exchange, lit Tenth street.
lunch 11:10 to I; business man's lunch.
Don't-forgct to cream treat it Wl
brg hlghts. Efrbpdy -rnv-td. "' '
Office spec tor rent; ground floor,
Inquire Ellison. t4 Third street.
Ask pa and ma to take yon to Wlberg
heights for Ice cream on Saturday.
Big chicken dinner at tockeley Hall,
Seaside, Sunday, Jun t.
A good launch for sal. . J. IX Duback,
optometrist. 17 Fourth. , ;
Levy's Musis Boue. lit Fifth etrest
Photo mounts. Woodworth. Ht 1st
tX Chambers, optician, ill Seventh.
' Brger---Mgn---SI4 TamhUl phon.
Good tl.lt shoes. Mark She Co. -Ilerk
Tonie (or rheumatlsae. '., ' ,
Beck-rje weler 1 0 y Alder. , , ,
Oregonlan Confectionery. ilf'stkUtT
Nurseryman Pllklngton, ft. TamhllL
Summer dresses. Madams McClur Co.
- Beautifying ereama See Mm. Hudson.
Dr. B. C Brown. ye-ar. Marqaam.
Klser eoante photos. Imperial hotel.
My family more sacred than gold. No
open town for me. 1 U Davis, II oa
BUILD BRIDGE ACROSS
NORTHERN PACIFIC CUT
Btrnctoree WHl Be PrevideLfor
Road Traffic aad Street -
Tt'' Car. " :
A temDorarv bridge Is being built
across th big Northern Paclfio cut
on th peninsula for th us of th at.
Johns Un. . Heretofore th St Joba4
line jiaa been crosalna th cut at
point about midway between tn and
of th cut on . a grade lln -where none
Of th dirt ha tMsn taken out.
Th cut bas proceeded so far that it
haa become necessary to take the dirt
out at thla point for th train ex dump
ears cannot be operated where there 1
much of a grade to contend witn. Also
near th point where th 8(. John lln
used to cross the right of "way of the
Portland A Seattle railroad at the south
end. th cut haa progressed far enough
so that a bridge can now be constructed
acroea It. without Interfering with the
operation of th. 17-foot .boom on th
larar steam shovel at work in th cut.
Until th cut haa been completed mi
bridge wlU be used by both th out go
ing and in going St Johna care. Aft
erwards, bowever, a steel structure will
replac this one, and an additional
bridge will cros th right of way at
th north and of tb eut. Th perma
nent bridgea will be wide enough' to
accommodate both team a and double
track which will undoubtedly be de
manded within a few years. At he
north and th Columbia -boulevard will
oroaa on on of thee bridges" and at
th south and of th eut tb Wtllam-
ette boulevard crone.
' tau Kan Vonlirfct.
; Burkhard's ball. fi. Burnsld At Grand.
RIGHT OF WAY MATTER"
Swift Packing Company Holdings In
terfere With Immediate) Comple
tion of O. B. e N. Line.
Negotiations for tight of Way through
th holding of th Swift Packing com
pany is th only Item delaying th im
mediate completion of th tenlon of
th O, B, et N. freight lln on th
peninsula to th sit of tie new plant.
Thla extension la ror xreigni oniy ana
when completed will be th only belt
Un in th Stat. . - a
In order to complete It. however, tb
tunnel for th Harrlman lln tnrougn
th peninsula must be conatruetad and
It la uncertain at present how soon that
work will commence. General Manager
J. P. O'Brien stated thla morning that
a number of difficult 'matters pertain
ing t5 the right of way war yet to be
settled before anything definite regard
ing th tunnel oould b given out. - .
However, th freight Un a far a
th packing plant will be in operation
from the union depot to th location of
th bla slant via St. John in tim ror
th transportation of building material
to th sit. ...... i .
A large amount of dredging and fill
Ing muat be don before actual work of
rectlne- building can be eonrmencea,
Dredging will begin next week and wilt
be continued from six te eight months.
After a heavy meal, tsks a couple ef
Doan'a Reguletsy snd give your stom
ach, liver and bowels the help they will
need. Regulets bring easy, regular pas
sages of the bowels. . .
HAS NEW MINISTER
At This Store Will Purchase a Suit Equal in Valtr
to Those Sold at Twenty Dollars in Other ; 5torcG
-'n:;-:-'W;;' v '"v'-';";;:.-x-.;:, ';'-
' When this Woolen-Mill Store sells a suit for fifteen doIUrs,
it does not mean the ordinary fifteen-dollar suit that is usually
sold by clothing stores in Portland. Quite the contrary, we take
a pride in fitting a man out in a stylish weU taUortxT suit from
pure wool material, and while fifteen dollars is not much to pay
for a, suit it is enough to get a firtt-claas suit such aa any gen
tleman can wear. ' . ' t : ., '
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This Stcrc Iks Sold Tfcoiisiiis Ucca
We can go out on the street almost any time and in walking
a block can count several suits that have come from this store.
There is no trouble at all in telling them, the earmarks are plain
to be seen; style, quality and good appearance is branded on
every suit from this house of price and quality."
The special sale that we will run during the entire month
of June will give Intending purchasers a chance to select a suit
at fifteen dollars that will be the equal of any suit in town sold
' at $5.00 to $7.50 more money. ,
The STANLEY HAT Is without doubt
the best hat in the world for $5. ' We
have a splendid assortment of shapes and
all colors to choose from. - -
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. Milt to Man Clqthiers :
THIRD AND STARK STREETS
, . ,.T
Rev. B. a Hugh, late pastor of th
Evangelical church at Canton, Ohio, and
more recently engaged m pastor
duties In eastern Oregon, announces
his appointment to the pulpit of tb
Evangelical church of Portland. - Eight
weeks ago Rev. Mr. Hughes succeeded
Rev. X Bowersox. who assumes 'th
pulpit of the Evangelical church at
Ockley Green, a suburb of this city.
Rev. Mr, Hughe announce that th
local place of worship has been thor
oughly renovated lnc . hi - appoint
ment. Th exterior ha been newly
painted and decorated and th interior
; I Only Thwe Days More.
Praaeoaeea by stl Wal erltlet beef proeUerloa
of the Maaoa.
- Frlees Me. BOe, Tie. Matinee. 8e. We.
la the rr.
aM Op It U m.
OOVCZaTS T0DAT 9, 4M, l:M aa M:M
: Dungnricn Dussars
lYBANG ED Ucicca ol war
aUTAVBAirT rtret laas earvleet 10-eeat
eaadwtcbee and eewetewa yrteea. .
BATXian . mrWOaZsJXVNeamw at
au .... 4
CKn.DB.Tjree rldee e the Okatee aster,
tAVUV -Mt BMalat 10-reat saedwkeee
aad ether prlees la gropertles
CAks rtnt aad AMer every. wlsstss. Seals
- iiwt el JCsbUU usW
A GREATER MlttlNEHY
- A few days more and well be all upset with alterations, remodel
' ing front and taking' out partition to include ttora-room next door. '
Stocks still fresh and desirable with hundreds of very latest designs
in high-class trimmed hats for women, girls and little tots every one
now pijced much leu than formerly to reduce stock before the dirt
' and confusion. -
v-.-. . v . '', '' . '
Expansion Sale Prices'
All hats, trimmed or untrimmed included, excepting a few numbers
of band tailors. - . ,
' Any $2.00 Hst now....fl.eO
Any $3.00 Hst now. fa.25
LAny $4.00 Hat now .3.20
Any $5.00 Hst now f 4.00
Any$6.00 Ht now..
Any $4.00 Hat now.....,f 8.00
Any $5.00 Hat now f3.T5
Anr $6.00 Hat now M.50
Any $10.00 Hat now f T.50
Any $15.00 Hat now f 11.25
All $30 to $40 original patterns now lust half. AU untrimmed
ahapet, excepting Leghorna and Horsehair flats, 1-5 to 1-2 off.
Weak af Kay tfT
. Taaaevtlle De -
The (Ml rewaU.
ke ParlaUa Aiead
teleatleas from Siaad
Opera la f tesas.
Xari WUaaa, Cot
luaseea. 0. H. Ouk
big aa4 Cm Varrul,
Mrs sad nnilC TDT1TDV
Waahlactea. HUU . SUSjISSsss. Hmim I
Ton if hi.
.'' .' ATHLETIC PARK,
Ooraar Taagha and Tweaty -orth.
May 88, 89, 30, 31 ; June 1, 2. ,
Oakland vs. Portland
Oam I called at S:t pi m. dally.
Qames called at l p. m. Sundays.
&ASOIS SAT rmxoaT.
Orsndstand I So. " Children 10c
Box Seat tie.
itin Tumoinw. I
la Ihakeapeen's Dellgktrol OesMdy,
MA Midsummer-Night's Drum
veelng FHeee lower floor, J0O, fl.t.
SaleoB. $100, 76e, 60.. SaUsry, eoe. -
Bperlal Mattaee mees Lower rtoor, tl.tO,
fl.OO. Bakway. 1-M. T5e, 0e. OeUery, Me.
BMUeaUlo at theatre hes efftee. -
Ttonisat An ttvle Wa. kTatkiee tarereay.
n Baker Stork Oompaay la la OreaMat
ra SAIST raJiK." .-
' eatlri"VMrtlaa at rale raatae
- IMn i-tte Mr. Arthw Mlr.
1 BveniBS srlree. tfte. , tOe.
, , OaaUaee. Me. tee.
. Mest week, "sTever Agsis."
The Star gtwh Cneieesy Presents (at t
Rnttre Weak er UtT IT
. The Thrilling sad Emottnaal Mclnerasaa.
wxddid,- atrx no em,"
With a etnielr eecnetiM east, sfariaess
Teeadare, Tbaraaaya. Stur4aye aad aaaeare
et 80. Prlrae 10a ead tor. tvery tmlii
st ( rrlcee loe, SDe sad SOe. ; Sseenel
eaata i all eerforauaeae.
Tkla Weak the alias stack Ooneeey Pve
Mating the PlMalat aed rasvtar
. ... xyoLLr f IaOtS.M
sfarlaaee TeMday. Tberaaar, Seterdaf sd
taneay. Pria inc. . Bvery evaawag at
l ift. Prtrea le. Srte aad SOe.
Baurria seal hr yeeee, Mala MS.
pea Isoa Ml a, st. k W a, a, ..
IF TOtT WAUT T0TJBKB V THB IfBWlWT III
WEABINQ "APPARIX VISrr TUB STYLB 8TORH
OUTFIT J-i 4;:t"W-
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Scsism Its. CS.
"TBN Cleita Naisrs
Sews) era tat new rem 7
Arc combined In ! the Summer; Clothing we show
"for .men and young men and, economy is quite a
prominent feature of every garment MVe handle
" Tilt SC1IL0SS BROS, CO. t!:ic -TEE
STHJI -DL0CO CO. Uz'jlz ' ,
TOE DItADBUSY SYSHI1 t!c
W do not carry any Aing better because nctlir.
better is made. We invite you to select your c.'.":
and pay for it later in small paymtnts of Zl a v. :
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