Tilt OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, 'JUNE - 8, '1907. : Toivn Topics j -, Girofle-Glrona ' s Baker.,... ........ ...''Never Aula", Grind Vandsvllle L,rrla .r.w.."SlDS of the rather" KUf ". "Darkest Hauls' Tb Oik O. W. P. ears, tint sad AUW '-'. A claia of IT young men and women were iriven thlr tint ooraraunlon yes terday morning at a, solemn high mo . at B acred Heart church, Mllwaukie road. In the availing the communicants- be ; cam , sodaliats. i Both aarvlcaa wara largely attended and wara impressive , and beautliul. At the evening eervlce, a atatua of fit. Anthony, preaented by 1 Dr. and Mra. Rogge, and ona of fit Francla of Assist, preaented by Mra. A. Muesslg, were blessed and dedicated. Rer. Father jOregory, paator, waa in - cnarga of potn service , With appropriate exercises.' the Bap- tlat church, Eaat Mala and Forty-fourth atreeta, waa dedicated yaatarday morn ing. The ohurch waa aUrtad several yaara ago aa a tnlaalon by the Sec ond Baptlat church, but haa grown ao rapidly that tna membera decided a short time ago to etand alona In tha work they ara parformlng. It la ax pacted that a large church will even tually be built In . tba neighborhood, which la growing rapidly In popula tion. ... "Ona of tha largaat cabbage roaee In tha olty la ownad by Mra. Alllo Bcarkf, 87S East Eleventh street It maaaurea 1 t lnchea In circumference. Tha roae la fr perfectly formed and haa bean admired I vj am enure neignoornooa. ine mam moth bloom la tha only ona on tha buah and looka Ilka a aentry atandlng guard over tha other roaca In Mra Bcarkf a beautiful garden. it M csarsssssssasssszssssssa cibxssszsszs -.1 1 ,; Whenever - earning begins,' saving? should ,: begin.1 We have started a lot of people in the right ' direction nearly 12,000. ... Some : had never before saved anything because . they had .never been forcibly reminded. ; Does this apply to you? - On Savings Accounts , 'We Pay 4 Interest OREGON TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Portland, Oregon . ' . , W. H. MOORE ........ President 4 W. COOPER MORRIS. . . Cashier SAFE-DEPOSIT BOXES. COULD SECURE ALASKA TRADE T. S; Townsend Says This City Could Get It All if It Tried Iteal Hard. glgggggggggggggggggggggggaggggggggXgggMMgggggggggg HUBBY PARDONED FIR ST to J)efend Himself. Several new aaat aide achool build- inga ara under construction, and an f 18,000 addition to the Montavilla ohool haa been atarted. At Vernon work on a foundation haa been atarted, II -room achoolhouae at Arleta la under way and alao a ala-room achool- ?hu1t4iohCnTrnffii:,g Wife of Prison Convict De- built. ctiwul rt tltxTA Tnn Chanto, I oxicu. w vjii o iu.au vuuuw Water through hoee for aprlnkllng yarda or aidewalka or waahlng porchea or wlndowa muat be paid for In advance anfl uaeA onlv hetsraan tha hnnra.' nf B and I a. m. and B and n. m. It After an effort to have her nusoana muat not be uaed for aprlnkllng atreeta pardoned from tha penitentiary in owr If uaed contrary to these rulea, or mat ana migm oouuo a. oivurc iuivm waatefuUy, It will be ahut off. taking advantage of hla Imprisonment, , . I jure, juauae juarcnana uruujm auu ivi Articles of lncorr.ora.tlon of Portland divorce thla morning on the ground that lodge No. 142, B. P. O. E.. were filed In hi. aiarcnano, ner nusDano. ii con tha nfflea of tha country clerk thla Vlcted Of a felony. Marchand WSS Sen morning by Jay H. Upton. Clyde M. I tenced In July. HOB, to five years In Bills and E. W. Rowe. The property the penltenUary for assault and rob- now owned by tha lodge la estimated oery wun a oangeroua weapon. at tiso.ooo. i Soma time ago Mra. atarcnana went ' ' i . . . . i i o xne oourinoue ina nua vum rwuru A federal dvll aervlce examination or tna trial looaea up. one iook ie will be held In Portland June ! for namee or the trial juage, ine JVrora an eleotrlclan-elevator conductor. The ana me aisinci attorney, ana siaiea examination embracea three subjects, that. she would aee them and try to ob- and the age limit is 1$ to 6B years. n a paroon ior ner ,9 a Wage Of $70 a I I1B "U"U lur uivurce u wuum ire . t AT THE THEATEES Boat Sale Tomorrow for Mrs. Carter. Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, at the bos office ef the Metllg theatre, fourteenth end WMninftoa atreeta, tne adranre aale will opn ror tne Uatlo(uUli.a actreaa, Hre. Lulli Car ter, who playe at tha ebore theatre neit Thare- Sajr and maar nlcbta and Baturdar afternoon. June t, T and 8, la "Da Barry"; Saturday nlsbt -zaaa.- Tha position carries month. liberty to defend. This purpose was apparently abandoned, for Judge Cle land. who pronounced aentenca on Marchand la now a ananl ai 1 aIaatIan 4nm kam ttiivnAM At adopting a new charter, will be held M,r "V" 1Vr" Z." In St work of the commiaslon haa been com Dieted and tha council has ordered 700 copies of tha proposed charter to be I poor farm yesterday arternoon, leaving printed. an aetata valued at $1.10. He will be burled at tne county a axpense in tna Herbert Anderson, ciarenee Nicaeieon, potter a neta, Dorothy Barth and Gertrude Rugg were tha ninth grade graduates from tha Bus- sellvllle Grammar school. Tha exer cises, under tha charge of Principal O R. Dinwiddle, were lntereating and wall attended. Otis Sklnnwr -Next Monday. Not since "Cyrano de'Bergerae" baa a play of Gallic origin attracted each widespread In terest aa "The Duel," the famous FarUlaa snc reae la which Otis Skinner will be seen at the Helllg theatre next Monday and Tuesday nlfbts, June 10 and 11. "The Duel" waa so cured for American presentation by Charles Ftooman. "Glrone-Glrofla," Marquam Tonight. "Gtrofle-Olrofla" will be the bill at the Mar quam thla week, beflnnlnf tonight, and there la a great deal of Interest as a result of the announcement. Lorers of music never tire of this standard eomlo opera and will receive It tonight with delight. It has been many years snoe it wss beard in this ctr. It Is a comlo opera written by a Frenchman, and it has been said that the French are tbe real orig inators of funny things. Teddy Webb has a part this week In wbich he takes Infinite de light, and other members ot the cast are seen to unusually good advantage. Miss Bemml has some of the prettiest soots that have been heard here this season. Never Again" m Screaming Success. With aa offering of bllarltr such ss la rarely heard In any theatre the Baker Stock company will be disbanded for the season aext Saturday night, but Its farewell performance will long be remembered. "Never Again" was given Its first production la the northwest et tbe Baksr reeterday afternoon and provided screaming mirth tor a big andlence. The samo thing happened last night and will happen again every night this week, for a funnier Charging desertion beginning In May, ... .rmntt.r i .m. t. in the circuit court for a divorce from hla wife Sarah Gibson. Tha litigants were mart-led at Mankato, Kansas, In December, 1892, and have a daughter. PUGET SOUND NOT ' IN C0NTE0L NOW Batter Manafaetarer Safi Portland Dealers Would Be Able to Get Its 8hare--AdTaiei Prices Are Now Justified by tbe Baling Conditions By T. f. Townsend of Townsend Cream ery Company, Much baa been said of tha reoent ad vance made In tha value of but tar, and while tha present pries la unusually high for thla time of tha season, yet there Is nothing very Btrange or start ' 4 J- 0pt- : ..-TV ' : - m AKTJBaTMMrTg. wubingto 0EILIG TQEATBE JT, Seat sale tomorrow Sea Offlot, Tbeeere, U a. am, ; LESLIE-CARTER Tboraday sad Vrllay Wights, Seta-day Mattoee, UM 1, 9, I DU BARRY ateiday light, ZAZA Vrlaee, Both Dream and VatJneei Lower floor, (100, 11. for balcony, 1.BA DAULK lllLAlHEi Ooo. L. Baker, Ifav. Lest week of the great Baker Stock Cem pany la the screaming fa roe from the frenrb "VITE AOAIJf." roll strength of the company. A hearty langb In every line. Evening prices 26c, Ue, fiOe; matinee, 18o, J6c. Matinee 8a tarda r. Next attraction "The Yrlaee and tha Pauper. " It MARQUAM GRAND Phone Mala 9030. One Work, Commencing Tonight, gAST y ".AM CISCO OFTBA OOMPAXT rresentUMT ' OIAOrLX-OIHOrLA." rilled with fine comedy and most beautiful melodies. BOe: gsllary, S6. Matinees Lower floor, 60c ( balcony, 86a. The Star Week of Xune Sd. T. S. Townsend. grand Opening of the Reorganised ITAA STOCK 00., Freeenttng the Nihilistic Drama, "DA1KZST KUSSIA." sfallmss Tueadar. Tburedaj, Saturdar and onday at t:KO. Prices, lOe and SOo. Every evening at 8: If. Prices. lOe. Sne and SOs. sservc Next fteeerve seats by phone. Main MM. jMue el uicnmona. The Grand Week es fane M. lamas sad Sadie Leonard, Klohard Andanea la "Mile. MaahactauB," e r "Whea Coeoa OS Sneolal added feature, Harry Booker A Go., reseating "The Walk ing Delegate." Millar A MoCauloy, Clever Conker, Mile. Cents refuil. .Trederle Rob erts, Oimadlseope, 'The Stolsa Pig,'1 Jvha The Burkee LYRIC THEATRE Phone Ksln 6W. This Week the AUen Stock Company Present ing the Prominent Melo dramatic Baccne. 'IVS OF THX rATHXB." Matinees Tuesdsy, Thursday. Saturday and Sunday. Prices loc, SOc. Kvery evening at 8:lo. Prices, 10c, 20c end 80c. Reserved sests by phone. Mala 4088. Of fice open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. straws indicatl which way: the, wind Slows Your Straw Hat With This Label Indicates the BLST $3 HAT in the World BEN SELLING Leading Clothier Evangeline Booth Commander of she Salvation .. - Army, speaks at the White Templef Tuesday, jane 4, p. m. "Transformations ASKZ88ZOV 8 Bo. "Sins of the Father." The popular Allen Stock company opens Its fifth week at tbs Lyric theatre tonight in the sensatlonsl melodrama, "Bins of tbe Father. The regular meeting of the Eaat Side Mabel aged 8 years, who., custody Kale" iw3t3. are Vtoosund- Improvement association will take place tomorrow evening. Progress on the proposal by wbich tha east side la to build a 116,000 branch library will be reported at this maetlng. the father asks. Articles of Incorporation of tha St. Frederick Rosinskl. a tailor, was ad mitted to citlsenahlp In tha United States court this morning. Ho haa lived in thla country alnoo 1891 and renounced Emperor William of. Ger ard, and all the favorite players have lm portent roles. Mstlnees tomorrow, Thursday, Saturday and Sunder. Beats now selling: re serve tnem oy telephone. Eastern Headlincrs. Eastern headllners ars frequent oh the bill r 1, , , - I Meiern neaaiiners are irequent on tne Diu Thomas Timber company were filed In many to becoma a supporter of Uncle I lt tn Qnwx we4k. Tn top-llner la tbe tha office of the county clerk this morning by William St, Thomas, M. J. Kinney and R. P. Graham. Capital stock, 15,0(10. New swimming plunge ready at East Bids Athletic club. Open dally to pub lic Expert Instructors. Baths 25 cents. Private lessons SO cents. Ladles' days, Mondays and Fridays. Phone East 6670. White Flyer line of launches will make daily trlpa to the Oaks and re turn. ' Boats leave foot of Tamhill street dally at 1:80 p. m.; Sunday 10! a. jn. Tlcketa at dock office, 10 cents, : Professor O. H. B. DeLannee, 4 noted linguist, for years a teacher of lan aruaaes In various schools and col leges, and said to have wealthy rela tives In Germany, died at the county F. 7. BALTES ftCOr.lPAfJY MAIN 165 INVITE YOUR INQUIRIES FOR PflKJTIfJG FIRST AND OAK STREETS Sam. I comedy act of James and Sadie Leonard, slsted by Blehard Anderson, called "When Many people In Portland do not know F"!'.8"' ?.r- Another act Is "The Waik- itt n-nrh .,.t hv nan nl 1D egaie, - presentea oy narry sooser ana -7nV n.llahla iTlaVs Vheri to havs CMI,"W- M11,er ,D(1 MCn'X. black-face a strictly reliable place where to have ,rtlltg oonkey, Juggling monotogist. the tneir soeotaxies or ji kibbbcs mouo iPkM mnA un. r.nt.nw.11 ..ii. to oroer Detier ana vutjapcr u muj- i are included. where else. Tou try lt "T)a,rlrMr. Rnasla" AV. ai. swh. t at akl waii n I i2.AA mVmHrMmti Ruasia," one of the strongest Bus- always depend on quality and relief written, and one which wnen you icv viuoi v "e""' i achieved success long before "Resurrection' 23S Wasnington street, aneaa to your was written by Count Tolstoy, Is the attrac drug wants. I tloa this week at the Star theatre. The first I perrormsnce will De tonigdt. Tbs company to- All bottled beer delivered to families "i" 7!'" !j.r,ntD'ne b' J?"1 Owners r.l.. ZZZ: nrr ana Sunday, seate now selling I1UUUI 79.'lTJf 1 ewJXA amus s aHwa we.svvvK. , asj f a. A a tT. A f O fA I rnone wain , num. a . v,i- w v. .j eAiuuDVUimti Wv uiv VsaaVV Pnmmander Eva Booth, daughter of Teeterday wss Ideal for patrons of ths Oaks. ftcmeral Booth, tha founder of the Sal- Thousands visited the big park and svery one vation Army, will speak at tha White , oa lomy.e and even In the forenoon the rrounda wars 11b- Ierally patronised. There were many thooasnds at the park in ths evening. Tbe old Chinese taken on storage, on track, western war junk continues to attract public attention Storage 4 Transfer company, 821 Haw I and the various features along the avenue pro- thnrnB AVAnila I Tw Uinuj lute, CBiiupf Dumun. mminrai tnorne avenue. I u- i. a. r . I aw " Dl"", f . , m nvuuiv- Steamer Jesse Harklns, for Camas. !'JleJ!!?i1 S"S "&!!L&m,2 . a 4llw m-W I wast aauauu, n:uiimktuj t m xivuKriai i nana u making a creat bit wltb ths nubile. eept Sunday, dock t p. m. Leavsa Waahlngton street W. A. Wise. T. K Wise, H. A. Stnrda- i vant, dentlata. Third and Washington. Main 2029. Painless method usee. Tour eleotlon bets can be satisfactor ily paid with Allen's Kushion Kumfort I coartesy, and say shoes, 406 Morrison street. A Gleam of Hope. From Human Life. , The Earl of Buchan was to the end of his life, although eccentric, a great social favorite and a terrible old flirt. , On leaving a room he would take leave of the prettiest young lady with old-faahlonsd Why pay morel Afetsger fits your . ayes for 81, 842 Wash. St- cor. 7th, formerly at lit Sixth street "Goodbye, my dear, and pray remember that Margaret, Countess of Buchan, is not Immortal." Acme Oil Co. sells tha beat safety coal oil and fine gasoline Phone East 78. XTO BTTJTDHITTS. JTO OAS. aro oooaxsTB. Woman's Exchange, 128 Tenth street. lunch 11:80 to X; business men's lunch. mm eves.- Muscular Insufficiencies, which ara 'usually Ignored by most optometrists, are especially and carefully considered by as. " Our system of optical muscular treat merit Insures your perfect comfort It does not follow, necessarily, that you will have to wear classes. It will require but a very rfew minutes of your time to call and talk" tha matter ever with us. Dr. William Cavanaugh. dentist, haa II Oivr Maw PrnrAcc r( hi. aKIm tfll.1 Riixh.nihM vUl J.VVTV X X VTA - - " ' m. . . Re-Lnamehng Teeth Is the greatest Invention in modern dentistry and haa been the most suc cessful of all methods to restore badly , decayed teeth, which would otherwise be beyond hope to their original usefulness. Nurseryman Pllklngton, ft Tamhill. Summer dresses. Madame McClure Co. Beautifying creams. Sea Mme. Hudson. Klser soenlo photos. 1 1mperial hotel. Levy's Muslo Bouse,. 128 Fifth street TEETH . Mtinsell Optical Co. ; &e Oaasa Munsell, BetractJonlst, y afacOeay SaUdlaf. ; Vorttaad, Oregoa. Photo mounta WoodwordH 1st Oregonian Confectionary, 181 Sixth, D. Chambers, optician, 121 Seventh. Berger -signs284 Tamhill- phone. Oood $8.60 shoes. Marks Shoe Co. 7 At aW 11 I I JDark Tonio for rheumatism. Beck Jeweler 105 Alder. ' Optician For your eyes' sake' see B.u benstein, 183 Fourth street ? Creameries w cheese, butter, - eggs, cured meats. Oregon Chaase Co. lit 6th. Sxtractlnc PoslUveiy Wlthont Pain - or Bad SestUt 50. -To introduce our method we will through the month of June do all kinds of dentistry at ona half our regular price.. 1Ye glva a written guarantee for 10 years with all work. Open evenings, . ... -.- CHICAGO PAINLESS DENTISTS 8XXTX Airs WASxnraTOH. BASEBALL ATHLETIC PARK, Corner Taughn and Twenty-foarth. June 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. SAtl f DAtiCISCO vs. POItTURD Games called at 8:80 p. m. dally. Games called at 2:80 p. m. Sundaya T, AT) US' BAT ITIIDAT. ADMISSION 25 Grandstand 26c. Children 10a Box Seats ise. ling about the matter when all tha conditions ara understood, which ara about a follows: uutinjr last winter all of tha ware houses, both In tha east1 and on tha Pacific coast, were completely emptied of their cold storage stocks, snd this, too, long before the spring make of butter came into the market Hence, it will be readily seen that the mar kets throughout the east and west could only be supplied with tbe fresh- made goods, and coupled with thla scarcity, the general prosperity all over the United States seems to have made an unprecedented demand and high prices. Even up to- this late date, there has been no surplus In tha east aa is usual at thla time of tha year. Oatting- Alaska Trade. Now what ara thai conditions at home? Tha Alaska buyers at this time buy large quantltlea of butter, (most oi them buy enough to run them for one year) and until reoent years the Puget Sound cities have enjoyed a mo nopoly of tba trade, and the only rea son we have bean able, during the last three years, to take away from Seattle and Tacoma a large portion of the Alaska trade, is because we are pre pared to fill large orders 'quickly. But tne Seattle nouses still do an enormous butter business in Alaska and usually buy their stocks of butter and eggs direct from tha east with which to fill their orders, but the conditions throughout the east, as above men' tioned (and with the added poor rail road service) haa forced tha , Seattle buyers to almost fall over one another and even bid against themselves al most dally to buy Portland butter hence tha local creameries regarded lt not .only tha, proper thing to do, but a very opportune time to advance tha price or butter ana pay the zarmera, who have helped ua to be successful. the highest price for their butter fat Many of tot creamery men seem to think the present price cannot be main tained for a very long time. Suppos ing this proves true, we can allow the price to decline, and while tha unpre- dented high price does continue, we will have tha satisfaction of paying tha farmers the highest price for their butter fat they have ever received at this season of the year. As will be seen, the general condi tlons throughout the country have rt.b,mln'' t0 th oregon peopl1 Paint Your House Referring again to the monopoly the Seattle houaea have had in the butter va- vr trade of Alaska, I might incidentally re- t a nr AMR mark that Portland not onlv could a-vm 11 have tha lion's ahare in the butter ru ZHTZXATES. and eggs trade, but in all. other lines pfcoaa Paolfio 8336, or Cell 886 Tamhill. aa well, II . tne apparent comoinapon axalnat a steamship Una plying be tween Portland and Alaska porta could be broken up. CHBISTIAtf HANSEN PURCHASES 40 LOTS MsSB-SNMSBiMBaSM College Endowment Association Sold the Property for $12,000; Other Deals of Day. TEETH Save Melville Clark Player Pianos Play the full keyboard of the piano. If you would not fcsre g piano with less than 88 notes why would you hare s player-piano with anything lest? Don't get off on the wrong foot, Tbe player-piano that play only 58 or 65 notes is not up to date. The Apollo plays 88 notes it controls every note on ths satire keyboard. Time payment arranged if desired. About the i. , Apollo Player We have lots to show snd much to tell you when yon call at . our store. And we don't aik you to buy. We wast you to know what the instrument is. Just at present we are in a lot of confusion because of the entire alteration of our store, but we sre just ss cheerful as ever snd will give you even better opportunities to buy a piano or player-piano than ever before. In fact we are making low figures to move some of our stock to get Pce for new carjoads and' to give us room for slters tions. The prices will surprise you snd will please the most rigid economist , Just a Word About Pianos We have them the world's best product ranging, (during our cut-price sale) from $172 to $500. Open evenings. Hovenden-Soule Piano Co. (Successors to Soule- Bros.) Corner Morrison and West Park Streets. " SSSV Mnnpv Coma at once and have fraa Hnmiiu. tion. win trvrpAP'n twtu wb.. dt. VVX1 VII t TMfia C tm. nrr r hr, I The College Endowment association JNOft ? UU0Px?.T 2i has sold to Christian Hansen 40 lots KXl&RWVA College Place, consideration I1J.0Q0. TO. 5.00. Bishop unaries scaaaing, as trustee All work guaranteed for ten yaara of the Oood Samaritan hospital, hast Lady, attendant always present All deeded to James D. Hart a part of a work done absolutely without pain by block on Tabor heights. The property epeciaiista oi irom it to zu yearr ax was a oart of the endowment of the w'""1- hospital and waa sold for 18,600. w a a a a uosion uenusis Phone Main 8090. B91it Morrison st Opp Vostofioe. Sera B. Stewart has purchased one and three quarters acres of St Johns water front from Elisabeth Byars'for $7,000, or at the rate of fe.ooo an acre, EMBRYO ADMIRALS PREPARE FOR WORK ANNEXATION PAILS AT WALLA WALLA Annapolis, Md., June 8.-Tha exer cises wbich will give to the navy 74 embryo admirals began today with the reception and entertainment ot visitors appointed - by tha president and con gress annually to make an Inspection of the naval academy. During the week there will be the usual drills and other praotlcal exercises, and the series of events will end on Thursday with the graduation of the third section of the class of 1807 and the farewell ball to the graduatea in the armory building at night. Secretary of the Navy Met calf will coma to Annapolis to deliver the address and present the diplomas to the graduatea. On Saturday the mid shipmen , will sail on their summer erulsC- (Special Dispatch to The Journal.) Walla Walla. Wash., June S. The schema to annex nearly BOO acres of suburban districts to the city was hope lessly defeated at the special election Saturday. District No. 2, the home of many wealthy business men went solidly against the annexation and district No. 1 gave the aatla IS majority out of 124 votes cast Annexation waa defeated largely by the efforts of stockholders in tha county fair grounds, which la in cluded in tha territory, A healthy man .la a king in hia own right; an unhealthy man la an unhappy slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds uj sound health.. ''-kecpa yea wall, r i SPECIAL TilS WEEK Sterling Silver Thimbles 10c Ea. Diamonds. Watches and Jewelry ON EASY PAYMENTS STANDARD JEWELRY STORE 189 THIRD STREET. Bel. Yamhill and Taylor 1 B I .jfrffr,,, HomeDecoraunn an Is not a difficult matter when fom use .;;;4.:",..-.' 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