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Tire OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND, THURSDAY ' EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1S0T.
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y' TOXIGUT'S AMUSEMENTS.
HelHg ."Merry Wives of Windsor"
Marquaro "Tha Bohemian Girl."
i'er -rue Woman In the Case."
empire "A Texas Kan tor
vno , "Forty-Nine."
Iftr .... "Ttl, r-1 nf Now Vnrk "
The Oaks , . O. W. P. carllne
Baseball . rwenty-fourta and Vaughn.
ai o cioca. -
Mrs. Fred Holt of Coburg. Oregon, re
members that her lather- mined 4a- the
placers and hills of Siskiyou aounty,
California, In the early days, being- on
of those who took from the earth more
than f 16.000.000 In cold that was burled
alone the creeks of that section. In a
latter to the Champion (JrouD Mining
company, dated September Mra. Holt
incioaes a remittance lor a diock, or
Champion Group stock, and says: "1
feel aura the mines are what you adver
tise them to be, for my father mined
there In early days, and he always said:
There la more gold left there than aver
' waa taken out.' I noDe vour mines will
turn out all rlfht, and f have so much
oonnoenoe mat mey wilt mat 1 nave
been persuading; friends here to likewise
Invest In your shares." The manage
ment of the Champion Group would oe
' glad If every person in Oregon knew
these mines and thla mining region as
wen aa tnoae wno nave mined mere, it
'y did we would aell every share of
lock we lave on the market In the next
14 hours. We well know their worth,
and ao confident are we of their excel
lence that wa will Mr the railroad fare
to our mlnea and return of any person
purchasing any considerable amount of
stock, and If It Is found that any part of
any of our advertisements has portrayed
their worth In too glittering terms, we wilt
promptly return to such person every
dollar Invested with- us. Our stock Is
now selling- at 10 eents the share. It
will be -76 cents within t few days.
The company's headquarters are In the
Couch building. Fourth and Washing
ton. . . . . ; - ,
The United States circuit court of
appeals tor the ninth circuit, with Judge
; William B. Gilbert and Judge B. N.
' Ross on the bench, convened and ad
(. Journed this morning without transact
ing anr business. The next tnilon of
. uyiuw i. juuge noes, accompanied Dy
, - - Clerk Frank D. Monckton, will leave
for Ban Francisco tonight, and Judge
Gilbert wUl follow in several days.
'Judge Marrow, -the remaining Judge of
''the nlntutalrcuit waa not present this
, -morning. Me wsa expecting to attend
the alttlng of the court at Seattle thla
week, but failed to arrive. He baa been
' In New York treating his eyes and will
be able attend the October term of
court In an Francisco.
A strong- effort is being mad to get
Grand avenue, between Belmont street
"T and Sullivan's gulch. In passable condi
tion before tha rains set In. The block
i between East Alder and East Washing
ton streets la now being paved and aa
quickly aa a 16-lnoh water main can be
laid along the avenue to tha west that
. , portion will be paved also. Tha dis
agreement between tha streetcar com
pany and the council over tha lnteraeo
" tlon of Eaat Morrison street and Grand
avenue has not been aettled, and it la
- probable that the crossing will not be
. paved before winter.- , , . ,
At petition for an allowance --of-1690
a month from ' tha estate .of H. W.
1 Goods for tha maintenance of herself
' and two children waa filed In the county
court this morning by Mrs. Edith F.
. Goods. She alleges that tha property
of tha aetata that Is exempt from exe
cution hi Insufficient to- support her,
- self and children for a year, but that
itha estate la amply-large enough to
ray all debts and expenses-of admtnls
ratlon and permit an allowance for
support - She aks that .she be given
all the property that la exempt from
execution. - - " ;
Joseph Tiram, a guest at thd Rheln
hotel. Sit front street, waa found dead
In his room last night. Tlmm, who was
a laborer, complained of severe pains
In the chest yesterday and waa unable
to leave his bed. As Tlmm did not re
spond to repeated knocking at the door
of hla room last night an entrance was
effected by one of the hotel employes
and the man was found lying dead on
the couch. Death Is supposed to have
resulted from natural causes, and al
though the coroner took charge of the
remains an Inquest will not. be held.
An autumn sale cf diamonds and dia
mond Jewelry wilt ' open - tomorrow at
lenerta Jewelry and diamond .empo
rium, 171 Washington street. Just eaat
of Fourth. A ecore or mora of special
prices are -Quoted today In a four
column announcement. The buyer for
thla establishment 1s tha same aa for
I-elTert's, the- largest store -of -Council
Bluffs, Iowa, it you-need a diamond
this Is your 'opportunity, for Leftert s
are showing a magnificent stock of
mounted and unmounted diamonds.
Judge Gantenbeln at . 10 o'clock last
night discharged the Jury In the caae
against John Conrad, a disagreement
having been reported. Tha caae waa
given to tha Jury yesterday afternoon
at 6:80 o'clock. In a short time the
Jury returned to ask additional Instruc
tions, which were given. Four hours
later they reported that they were un
able to agree. Conrad was tried on the
cherga of permitting bis wife. Essie
Wat kins, to remain in a disorderly re
sort. -, - ,
; Tha trial of Malcolm Maeauley on tha
charge of embeiillng 2J.00O from the
Oregon Washington Lumber corn-
any waa begun before Judge Ganten
eln In tha circuit court thin morning,
acauley waa formerly bookkeeper and
eaahler for the lumber company. 1 The
prosecution la beln conducted by Dep
uty Dlatrlet Attorney Qua C Moser, and
M. I- Pipes. Maeauley la defended by
Attorney Henry R McGinn.
George IV Baker will leave for Den
ver the first of next week where ha has
leased the Tlvoll theatre, in which It la
his Intention to Install a stock company
similar to the organisation now playing
t the Baker the&re in this city. The
Lies in the difference between yotir income ; and-your-expendl-
The more your, income exceeds your out go ', the more rapid
ycmr advancement toward competency' and wealth. r7 7 '" 72 '
- Make it a point to ave a portion of your income, y The best
way is to deposit your , total earnings in a strong bank and pay
all your bills by check V ; -
Your bank boolc and canceled checks will keep you informed
s"tdycr'financiarstahdi'fig B,nd you will be able to tell where
-every cent has' gone,---?- : 7z.'h'"''7iKi
If you are inclined to be the least bit provident, this will
renjlt in the reducing of extravagances, .in ihe practice of -econ-
Iny and thrift and ultimate success.---;
Makeypur. marjjin ot profit v
Is either the pride or the bane of
your life. Let us take oare of it,,
and you'll always be proud of It.
No smudges, nor streaks, nor
tears, nor broken bands, nor
frayed edges everything Just aa
you want It Drop us a postal
card telling us when to oalL
Second and Columbia. '
r Telephone Main 191. '
name of the theatre will be changed to
that of the BakKr theatre. Mr" Baker
will remain In Denver until ha has
formed hla new company and put it to
work. It la the intention of the Port
land manager to form a Chain of Baker
atock companies throughout the north
weat , - . -. .
Tha Swedish Lutheran Evangelical
association will celebrate tha laying. of
the corner stone of the Augustana
church., corner of Rodney and Stanton
avenues at I p. m. next Sunday after
noon. The services will be In charge
of Rev. C. J. Renhard. chairman of the
Portland dlatrict An address will be
made by Rev. B. S. Nystrom of Brush
Prairie, Washington. Muato will be
furnished by a male quartette.
Suit against tha Portland Railway,
Light Power company for 11,466 dam
ares has been filed In the circuit court
by L. Swerdliks. a peddler. - Swerdliks
alleges that on July 26 Ills' wagon was
atruck at Third and Arthur atreeta by a
streetcar, demolishing the wagon,
frightening the horse and throwing
Swerdliks to tha ground. He says he
waa earning $10 a week before the ac
cident ' - , i . . ' J: :
A stubborn fire In the brush on
Sherrett avenue, : Bellwood, yesterday
afternoon called out tha firemen of hose
in putting out me um.- a ne iiikii wmu
prevailing added , to tha difficulty by
acatterlnv the flames. The fire waa
caused by soma children playing -With
an old stove back from the atreet and
when flrat noticed the blase baa gained
An . appeal to tha circuit court has
bean taken by Joseph D. Kelly, whose
license aa a physician was revoked by
the state board of medical examiners
July 20 because of his alleged connec
tion with Fer Don. The medical board
found - Kelly guilty of unprofessional
conduct by employing a ."capper" or
'eteerer"- in - the oereon-of Fer -Don.
Kelly also rained some notoriety by
prosecuting Vr. Jfanton xor assault ana
battery..'. . - . ;
A. Berger. a recent arrival in Port
land, who has an art studio at 6tH
Washington street, has Just completed
a llfe-slse portrait In oil of Judge
Oeorae H. Williams, which Is considered
a remarkable likeness. The painting is
being exnioitea in tne stuaio snow-window
and attracts the attention of nearly
every peeeer-by. Mr. " Berger- has - de
elded to locate permanently In thla city.
Tha local chapter of the Daughters of
tha Confederacy will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 1:10 o'clock at the home
of Mra. H. H. Duff, 186 North Twenty
second street The meeting waa to have
been held at tha realdence of Mrs. Syl
via W. McQulre, but she haa been called
put. of the olty, - v -...
. ' Our fall atock of woolens . have' ar
rived and we make snyj suit In tha
house to order for Its. No more, no
less. This Is something no other firm
In the city will do. - When people look
here they never order elsewhere. Them
la a reason. Unique Tailoring Co, 100
Stark, near Sixth. -,
pleasing patterns In fall and winter
wear are waiting your Inspection;' Get
something that will make tha other fel
low green with envy. Elegant suitings
and overooatings in great variety.
Prices from S26 to 150. J. C Sohaerer
Co., tailors, s2t Washington atreet
Elmer Lin, a Chinese, Ik on trial be
fore a Jury In Judge O'Day department
Of tha circuit 'court today on a felony:
charge Involving Alma Church, said to
ba a "white slave." The Jury was
drawn thla morning and the taking of
testimony waa prooeeaea - witn irun
afternoon. - . . "-c"" I
J. - J. Davis -was ' awarded Judgment
against B. P. Riley, T. B. Riley and tha
Clackamaa Title company for t7I by
a Jury In Judge O'Day'a department of
tne -circuit our-yewerMiT aiiornouik
Davis brought suit for commission on
tha sale of real estate.
It Is In everybody's mouth. Children
Just love It It la tha talk of the
town. It makes tha weak strong.
Everybody Is talking about It It fs
good enough - or the White Houee.
WhatT Of course, "Golden Grain
Granules" tha 100 per cent pure cereal
coffee. t , : . tj,
Water through hose for aprlnkltng
yards or sidewalks or washing porches
or windows must be paid for In advance
wA h,mI .-Ahlv ferMft in hour, of 6
and f a. ra., and t and t p. m. It must
ant ba used for eorlnkllna streets. If
used contrary to these rules, or waste-
fully. It will be shut off.
W. C.- Relmer has been appointed aa
slntant librarian of the Multnomah law
library at the courthouse. Relmer Is a
foung law student who recently came
o Oregon from Iowa to study at the
university or. uregon 'law school.
Mrsi Rountree's collection of Indian
baskets, which Is' known to every, ool
lector and contains aome very old and
rare specimens. Is now on exhibition at
the store of I. Leeser Cohen, ill- Sixth
good-ne-ant -ban g-onto Jt... ,..
Engineer . Modjeski Says
Year Will See End
of Work. - :
GOES DOWN NINETY
FEET UNDER WATEB
Personal Inspection of Cons traction
Blade by Consulting Expert of
Portland Seattle Railway Port
land Climate Pleases Him. ;
" After a. week's . lnpedHon,t of - the
bridge construction work under way by
the Portland Seattle Railroad com
pany in the vicinity 'of Portland, 'Ralph
Modjeaki, cqnsultlng engineer, left to
day for .Chicago. He said the two
bridges over tha Columbia and Willam
ette rivers are considerably mora than
half completed, and that both will be
finished In less than a year from this
data - --'
Mr. Wodjeskl first cams' to Portland
to inspect the proposed sites two- years
ago. ; Since that time ' an -" Immense
amount of caisson and foundation work
has been done. The piers descend 90
feet beneath the water, and when com
pleted stand about 20 feet above the
surface. They are now built to various
heights above water, and will soon be
ready for the superstructure.,
; Boss Sown Sato Caisson,, (.
The only serious delay encountered
has been in the - matter of receiving
stone for the work. Only one man haa
been lost thus far by mishap In the
construction work, which, considering i
tne stupendous character or. tne com
bined atructure....la ..regarded., as re-.
markably good "fortune. .' Mr Modjeaki t
yesterday made a descent of BO- feet Into
one of the caissons personally to In
spect tha kind of rock used.
' "I have now made about 10 trips, to
Portland and- It la, in my opinion, one
of the moat delightful climates in the
world," he said. "I alwaya feel glad
to get here. I have heard It said back
east that- It; la .alwaya raining -here in-)
uregon. ao rar aa my experience goes
the contrary has been the fact The
weather, with two exceptions, has al
ways been good when I have visited the
--i- -a-'- Quebec Bridge Oonapsa. ------Asked
regarding tha causa of. col
lapse of the great Quebeo bridge on the
evening of August 29, Mr. Modjeeki
said no one knows, and it probably never
will be known what the real causa of
the dlaaater waa While he would not
commit himself-directly. It was appar
ent that he regarded ft most probable
that there was a defect In tha steel
structure where the buckling of the
lower chord of the bridge occurred. He
said Theodore Cooper, consulting engi
neer for the Quebeo bridge, is a man of
high professional ab)lity.-aod expert
Judgment. .. . .
T -feel extremely - sorry for ' Mr.
Cooper. -He""haa been in poor health for
soma time and unable to give as much
personal attention to the work as he
otherwise would have dona The calam
ity Is, I believe, the greatest that ever
occurred in, tha -bridge-building pro
fession." i s ..
Rtreet" between Washington- and Stark.
Mrs. Kountree has given up housekeep
ing and sold her collection to Mr. Cohen,
whowlir reseinhese-naskats without
reserve, and all Interested are invited
to call and see them, whether Wishing
to purchase or not . ;
Penny Bros.' Friday . Special. Our
$1.60 grade of California wines at 61
per gallon. J. W. Harper Bourbon whis
key, regular 14.60 at 12.60 per gallon.
Friday only. Phone Eaat- 287. Free de
livery, il-2ti Eaat Morrison street
' It Is expected that the largest crowd
of the season will attend tha food show
Friday afternoon, aa the management
haa arranged to give a full slsed pack
age of Jelto with each paid admission.
: Ws sponge and press your clothes
and - shine your shoes, all for 21 per
month.- Main 614, A-4814. Wagons run
everywhere. Unique Tailoring Co., 302
Stark. . , :
Suit for dlvoroe from Michael Rleff
has been filed In the circuit court by
Kffle Rleff -on theground tf drunken
ness and non-support They were mar
ried In this city in April, 1106. .
Today Is Astoria day at GoIden Qraln
Granules booth. Tha Astorians will
find the pure cereal coffee very fine
"Everybody is talking .about
Every one paying admission to the
food ahow Friday afternoon will be
given a 10-cjlt package of Jello free at
the Jello booth. : - -.
63.(60 will buy. for a few days,. a frac
tional lot on carllne, with houae rent
ing for 626 a month. Inquire of Seng
stake eV Lyman, 60 Fifth street -
Max Smith sofd Out the Savoy res
taurant to jar. m. iiiesanaanl. an bins
Included September 6, 10T. Mall to 66
North Sixteenth street. -. - - ;
' Steamer Jesse Harlnns. for Camaa
Waahougal and way landings, dally ex
cept nunaay. lhth viraanington street
dock at 1 p. m. ' - -. .,. .,;
' Woman's Exchange, 122 Tenth street
lunch 11:60 to t; business men's lunch.
Acme Oil Co. sell safety coal ell and
fins gasoline. Phone East 76 B-100T.
&.' W. Moore, expert photographer,
Elks' building. Seventh and Stark eta.
Dr. Caseeday, eye. ' ear, ' nose and
throat Glasses fitted. 617 Dekum bldg.
The band played "Annie Rooney." now
it plays "Uolden Grain Granules' -
Diamonds, Watcnes Beck's, 106 Alder
; D. Chambers,' eptlclan, It Seventh,
Bergerslgns 284 TamhlU phona
Bark Tonte for rheumatism. ' '' '
Frank - Xemstreet, Barttoas, of. sTew
- Tork fork to Be Xutroduoed.
Music lovers are to ba entertained to
night at the Taylor Htreet M. K. church
by Frank Hematreet, one of the best
known baritones of New York City, and
Arthur Longwell. who will play the
celebrated Artlaann, the newest of the
players. Miv- longwell-will Introduce
tha Artlsanot the new product of the A.
B. Chaae -company, and thla Is the first
tlm-3,that the public of Portland will
have tha pleasure - af wltnesalng and
hearing a grand ptann with the Dlaver
merhanlam Innlde of It
Tha program- wUl ba eanectaly inters
eating and varied, embracing classical
as well Ss popular number a.
Must be modem, seven or elaht
rooms, lot hundred feet sqliare, flrat
elaaa neighborhood; $100 to 1300 down,
balance 650 monthly. - Address -26.
' ..Ice. '
For lea call Main (24 or A-2I46. ' lea
Delivery eompaoy. 1 61 Stark st ,
Best for Style
mm bl w .l a v, jswsa. . ma eksr
. ea J g
The Peer of All $3.00 Hats
S. YW Corner Fourth and Morrison
PI ANO AND
'- Given by,"".''.
and Mr. Frank Hemstrcct ;
Both of , New York.
Taylor Street Methodist Church
Corner Third and Taylor Streets
J . . S X AT 8 O'CLOCK .
Given Under the Auspices of
SHERMAN, CLAY CSV CO.
: 'The House of 'QuUty.T"t:"r'",";
' " 1 Corner of Sixth and Morrison :
Music lovers cordially Invited. No charge for admission.
Traley's "Early WcaiUTailorcd Hals
, These are the genuine Mattawan stock, bright finish wool
felt, in the new shapes so becoming to every face.
A great advantage in these
hats, aside from their beauty,
style and servicer that ho
twa are alike we--liaveaDOUt
100 of them e specially
trimmed Jjy experts in tailored
effects, splendid use having
been made of the new, trim
ming silks, wings, fluffs, pom-
foms, etc. The colors are soft
y elegant, matching the fall
shades in suits. The designs
THQ LCADINO DUSINEr3 COLUEOO
' ' ELKS BUILDING, FORTLANn, OREGON --
THB BEST IS NONE TOO OOOD FOR YOU
Ottra 1e one of the tan largest buatnass oollegea In. tha - United States..
Enrollment, past year, 642 pup! la. Equipment. 616.60. Oraduataa
all employed, fleced 661 pupils Into lncraUvo positions during past year.
W will plaea you when, competent. --- , ...
It W. BKHNKH, Pres. Man) FOB OATALOOtHB t M. WALKER. Prln.
. Brown Ilced Under Honda.
Astoria, Orv Sept. 1J. -The prelimi
nary eaamlnatlon of C. A. Brown,
chargM with steallnc a boat and net
belonging to the Warren Tacking com
pany, wss held In the Justice court this
afternoon and Brown was held under
bonds to appear before the circuit court
which convenes next Monday., ,
... ... ........ I ,.
212-213 THIRD ST.
. CORNER SALMON
Matt of Distinction
-. OF THE-r- - "
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
21st Annual Bson Begins Sept, 16, '07.
Adilrese S. K. Josphl, M. p.. Dean,
610 ekum Uldt-, ForUand,
Our Guarantee '
Ws guarantee '"that the Ehmann
Olive Oil Is a pure and unadul
terated California Ollya Oil and
exclusively of our own manu
facture. ' , - "
If any adulteration' can be prov
en In the Ehmann Olive Oil wa
will pay 11.000 .to anyone sub-
mlttlng such proof ; through ' a
chemical' teat and pay for tha
test . '- :
Cleanliness ' and parity - are the
essential features af our product
Ehmann Olive Co.
- . Sold by ; . ',-; ! I
D. C Burns Company
Wholesale and ' Betall- Grocers,
S10 OTJKD ST, VOBTbaJTO. ,
3 ' ffi
TVX2C A3T9 OOTGK ITBUTI.
niOIAXi BATES . " ;
7ew hotel, faces Jefferson Squara.
Two blocks from Van Neas ava the
nreaent ahooolna' district. . Car Hnea
Every modern convenience, 660 rooms
single or en suite. 160 private .baths.
American and European plans. Prices
moderate. Omnibus meets all trains.
- SCTWAJ6T . liBl-TlB CO.
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd Street and ; Broadway
Bunny rooms, privata" baths, long-distance
telephones, compressed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carta with
cuisine and service uaaurpaaeed. For
rates,, eta, address
' N. 8. MULLAN, Manager. '
Formerly Assistant Manager Palace
KoteL 8aa Francisco.
DDT AXD UaVEIYORTH m.
Vlvat aansaaaai Urn
hotel dowa town.
apartmeats. 40 baths.
Private tslapbeae ser
vice. Sample roams for
Eddy fit. eara from
ferry peas the door and
eenaeet with Ird St.
ears from 8. P. Depot.
Batsa from 61-00 up.
Phone Private Ex.
San Francis do
- - A - Boarding and Day
School for Young Man and
Preparation for sol
leges, U. S. MlliUry and
Naval Academies. Ac
credited ta Stanford,
Berkeley, Cornell. Am
herst and all State Uni
versities and Agricultural
Oollegea Manual train
Ina. Business course.
The principal has had 20
. yeara experience ia Jrwr v
land. ' Comfortable quar
ters. Best environment
Make reservations now.
For illustrated -catalog
and other literatare . ad
dress J. !. E1LL. ELD...
yitaoljsal aad FiopslsOofc
thc school or quality"
a. 9. xmwno9, u a fbxvozfax.
Ours is a largs and growing Institu
tion, Wo oooupy two floors 66x100 fast,
and have a 620,000 equipment Reputa
tion , for thorough work brings mora
calls for help than wa can meet posi
tion certain for each student when
competent. AU modern methods f
bookkeeping taught . Chartler is our
shorthand easy, rapid, legible. Studenta
admitted at any Ume. Catalogue, busi
ness forms and penwork free. Call,
LlsLiiJtoan " awn ooTsamoiAi ..
Fleaaaat, FrofltaMs Fosttloaa,
AOTTTA& j atw jnra fsaottov ox
ost wzavas ro ajtajtoju
, . FTFXX-s. .
tors ealls for gradaata nan we eaa
apply. Orood peentloas a big wages
aa soea aa eo .patent. Say aad rreolaa
classes. Oataiogae aad parUonlars aa
OREGON COLLEGE CF TELEGRAPHY
aoa wealth Bldg, Bin and Aakeny.
FOBTXAJTD, OUOOI. "
sTUeteentk Teas Opeaa Septoatbec is.
Flts)2oys aad. glrla fos eaaiarn- end
weatern colleges, over two hundie-l
frraduates admitted to rollega A board
os hall for girla. with romfnrta and
care ot home. An athletlo field and
thnroushly equipped s-ymnaslum. A
large corps ot competent and r-ri-enred
teachera J lementery ar !,
both primary and grnmmar, un-ler ix
ame management Catalogue sent in
14th and "nil'! T"rtl " !
Vaahlngten lUUJ li..vl. - j .
Tom!lil mih 0'r-l,k.
Tomorrow an.j fcuturitr t.
apeclal irlce MaluiM &luiur
In Shakespeare'a eUllRhtful Ci
"XTCB MXJLBT WTTZS Wnt.
Mr. James as "Falstnff."
Evening prlres, $1-60 to 2.-0 ; matin
61.00 to 24c Beats selling at theau?
!Mala . .
The Callfornlans Presentlnir the ll.it
. Tuneful of all Comic Operaa.
"The Bohemian Qlrr
Tonight and remainder of week, matl-
" neee Saturday and Sunday.
Evening, 26c, 60c, 76c Matlneea, 25c, 60c.
BAKER THEATRE ?r;
GEO. 'L. BAKER, Gen. Manager.
Portland's fashionable, popular-prlo1
playhouae. Tonight all this wrk.
matinee Saturday, Baker atock company
In Blanch Walsh's famous lurcM",
TXB WOBIAsT IX TaTB CA8B," '
By Clyde Fitch.
EVg prices, 26c, Jc, 60c. Mat. 15c, 6o.
. Next week. "The tve iwtta" .
Main 117. Geo. L. Baker, Oen. Mr.
Home of eaatern road attraction.
Matlneea Bun., Wed. Bat Tonight, ail
week. Lee Wltlard Co. In
.. "A TXXAS sVaJfaXB.".';
Thrilling -play of great western plains.
Strong company.. Beautiful scenery.
Kiaht. 10c. t&a. iOc. ' Matinee 16c. 10c.
Next attraction. "The Little Prospector"
. Week of September t, IsOT.
. An All-Feature Bill, headed- by
- Mtnrmr ajtd wiuui,
By special request, Al Jolaoa held for
another week. Three shows daily at
6:60, 7:60 and f:16. ,
Old, 2C S4J
Hew. A. 1414
lTeek of September S, 1S07.
The R. E. French Stock Co. Presents
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Prices, lOo and 20c Every evening at
6:16. Prices, 10c. 20o and 20c Reserved-
seats by both phones.
Botn Faoaasi Mala 4689, Home, A109S.
Week commencing Monday, Sept ,
THB NEW LYRIC STCKIIC CO. . IN
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
day and Sunday. Prices lOo and 20c.
Every evening at 6:16. Price 10o. 2Uo
and 30c. Boxes 60c Of flee open 10 a. -m.
to 10 p. m. -j-,: -...',- - -
Corner . Vaughn and Twenty-fourth.
Sept, 10. 11, It, 13, 14, IS. ' Double
header Sunday', one admission. Game
called at 3:00 p. m. Daily. Game called
at 2:30 p. m. Sundays. .
; ADMISSION 25c
Orandstand 25c Children 10c
Tba Oeleb rated latdy Barlteaa -
'who mads such a big hit
- - la tha cast at tha ,
, Also Bound's ladleo Oa , ;
" saastra m gpeolalty Oo- ,
of New York.
EXHIBITS, CONTESTS, Etc
' Tha plaoe to meet every-
. body, . Something doing all..
, tha time. Ask vour grocer
; for Grocery Tickets. -
AfTEKNOON AND EVttCNQ
1 ThM 1ea-n-a Warlr Ttxntie.il
Ik With Forty of the Most Mod- 1 ,
2" era Attractions and f f
f I Chiaffarelli and His ' i
raaut Frlaa Maaqassada
Br tha Oaks Dancers, in the
Pavilion Friday. s
. Btm Seaatlfal Frlaes. " '
Analal MMeimwMtlwis to-
beginners at tha Roller Rmk.
DcaycsV Manikins u
. . . i
X Comical ahow. with tha most -
I marvelous eoenle tranafnrma- I
J tlon aver staged. Admission 6a - 1
Unirarsltr Fark StaUoa, Forties a. Or,
rhn!1o Boardlna and rr Sohool foe
young men and boys. HttuatM on a
high plateau aktrtlng the Wllismott
river and overlooking the nrrmn
city at Portland; a veritable bjir re
sort for students. F.atenslvs '-. .-.
grounds and the largest gytutias!u..t i
Collegiate, Preparatory and ra
cial Courses. Catalogue sent on , ,
rev. Joseph. aAVt.Anur.Ti, r. p
scarooii OTJJBra r-
The A":i r.:; -
Corner V.. 1 " ' 1 1
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