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: THE' OREGON ; DAILV JOURNAL ' PORTLAND." SATURDAY" 'EVENTNO," "SEPTEMBER '23,' 1907.
, , TOXIC HT'S AMUSKMEM8.
Helllg....v."In the BtahOD'a Csrrlsge'
; Waker ,.."A Stranger In New York1
i Kinplr.... "For Mother's Bake'
Grand ...... Vsud.vllls
i-yrio "Druaa Wayne'
tar "The Itlng of the reert
Oaks . 0. W. P. Carllna
Baseball, ......... ...Frisco va. Portland
14tn . snd , Vaughn
Special muilo has been arranged for
. tha Third Presbyterian church, corner
of Eaat .Thirteenth and Pin etreets,
Sunday morning and evening aa fol
' Jowa: Prelude, "In the Morning-," Orlet
Anthem. "Praia. Ye the Father." Uou
, nod; Offertej-y, "Pilgrim's Bong of
Hope, Batlxte; aolo, "My Redeemer and
., juy uoa, jiuck. miss epencer: ynmv
Jiide in D, Mozart. Evening program
war March ot l'riests, from Klensa
"Prayer from Lohengrin." Wagner:
them, "Oreat Bheplmrd, Hearl" Plool-jm-
. im; orfertory. "Chorus of Angola,1
Clark; aolo. "The Dar la Knded." Bart
lett; W. F. Wersrhkul; male quartet.
Nearer My God to Thee."- - Ten ney
postlude, March aux Flambeaux. Clark.
Otto Hauraan. organlat; W. F,. Weraoh.
kul, director. -. . . - i
Because they would not buy drink
for the crowd In the saloon at tha cor
f gourttt rod Parrtv-tt-Tilght.
band 6f Greeks, headed by J. Puloa,
act upon John Crowley and J. Lynon.
The young man fled from the aaloon
when the Oreeka started to attack them
and reached Fifth and Bumalde before
" they - were overtaken by - their 'assail
ants, - But for the timely arrival Of
Patrolman Thorpe, they might have
Buffered serious Injury. Three of the
Oreeka escaped but Puloa and Nick Kal
amalaa were taken to the police station
and releaaed on depoaltlng 125' bail
each. Crowley, the more seriously In
jured of the two, was. required to de-
poaji i naii to insure nis appearance
a a witness In court next Monday,
The eaat aid branch of the public
library will open Tuesday' afternoon.
October 1, at t o'clock and wlU be open
until 1:10 In tha evening. Tha librarian
of the eaat aid branch will be Miss
Elisabeth Clark, a graduate of Pratt
Institute Library school. Bhe Is on her
way ana win not oe, able to take charge
of the library until the .end of the
, week. A boat 1,604 books will be found
on the shelves, including - reference
books, and there will be a dally mes-
. senger service- from the Central lib
rary. A line list of magaalnee has been
ordered and should be received within
toe next xeyr weeks.
. This Is the 'annual Bible study rally
day at the T. It. C. A. .The Bible
classes1 for th winter will be sat up to
day. The leaders "will be on hand as
well as the students and all classes will
be organised and time of meeting de
rided. Some few clauses will meet on
Sunday, but moat of them will, meet on
- week daya. at noon and In the evening.
All men invited to oomJ and hear a
-very--Interesting- program. Dr.- Foulke
or th First Presbyterlsn church will
rpeak on the subject. -'A Lost Art" and
V. F. Wernchkul will sing. Meeting be
gins at s:v p. m.
Congestion In eastern ear manufao-
turing plants la seriously hindering th
oenvery or a large allotment or passen
ger cars for the Portland Railway, Light
Power company. A consignment of
IS closed cars that were to have been
delivered In Portland this month have
not yet left th ahope. For the laat
. two montha th company has had a spe
cial inspector and electrician In attend
ance at th shops to examine the cars
and wiring and rush their completion.
lAck of materials and scarcltv of work
men Is assigned as th cause of th
car builders fallur to complete th
work on time.
,' Cows' milk la continually advancing In
price. ' If milk la rich and par It Is
worth more money; but who will drink
the filthy milk even at any price. Better
take no chances. Introduce the pure
cereal coffee which contains more real
strength than any other drink. Children
love It Remember th nam. Oolden
. Grain Granule. If you are too poor
' tell me. If you can spare th 16c, then
tell your grocer. John Blaauw, 11 Front
.. An arrangenient between th De
positors' association of th ' Oregon
Trust aV Savings bank and W. Cooper
Morris, former cashier, la being con
summated br which It Is said Morris
will devote his personal property, about
111,600, to repaying depositors whose
accounts do not exceed 126. There are
about i.100 depositors who had sums of
that sis In the bank when it sus
"Willi In the terminal yards, near
Park and Hoyt streets, last night
Thomas Kurts, an engineer, waa - as-
- sailed by a negro. After knocking Kurts
down, the dusky footpad lost his nerve
and did not attempt to rifle hla victim's
Jiockfts but fled. Kurta was slightly
ntoxlcated at th time.
"I" Oregon " Law College, All ' applicants
are requested to asaembl at th busi
ness offices of th school, 101-104 Com
monwealth building, on Saturday even
ing. . September It. - Dean 8. T. - Rich
ardaon will arrive from Salem to clasat-
- fy and assign th different subjects for
the term. i v t . ' . ' '
Oregon Law College All applicants
ar requested to assemble at. th busi
ness offices of th school, 101-4 Com
monwealth building, on Saturday even
ing, September 1ft. Dean 8. T. Richard
son will arrive from Halera to claaslfy
- and aselgn th different subjects for
the term. ,
Mrs. M. E. Roberta, who has been eon--fined
to tha Oood Samaritan hospital
for th paat three weeks with a frac
tured ankle, has sufficiently recovered
to be removed to her home, 110 Kant
Sixteenth street. Her sister. Mrs. M. E.
.Lake, arrived from Baker City Tuesday.
' - Heads of different departments of
he eaat alrie anA wut elite hlvh aithnnltt
were appointed at a meeting of the
school board held yesterday afternoon.
m lag wis m mKt
so will the tree incline. We have all teen this proverb' illustrated
so often that it it a wonder that we don't heed it more. If you can
teach a child the value of money and habits of thrift and saving,
,you may rest secure that that child will never want for money,' and
will achieve a financial success. Teach the little one. to save, a part
of the money that is given to it or that it earns. Show it how to
deposit that money in a strong bank where it will be safe and
where the child will learnbuslness methods. The result is just as
- sure as anything can be in this world. If you wish your 'child to
be trained in the habits that lead to its future well-being, bring it
to us. We will welcome the small account because we know that
in time it will grow to be large and valuable. We pay 4 per cent
on savings deposits. f , ' ''
The Secret of
is our untiring efforts to pleas.''
No other laundry can possibly
suit you better. 4
We launder everything from th
family wash to th most delicate
,Ko frayed collars or chemically
retted shirts here.
A trial will convince you that
Our work Is In a class by Itself.
Charges moderate satisfaction
raCOsTO AYS COLUMBIA.
Telephone Main JVI.
a follows: .East side Mathematics,
J. W. Huff j history, 8. H. Dodson:
English. MlaS ' Ourtrude Tiimr- cham.
latry, W. B. Green. West side Math
ematical Misa Caroline Barnes: rham.
in try and allied subjects. Miss Chris-
tin Maci onneii: pnyalcs, Hugh Boyd;
Ungllsh, Miss Jeaste Uoddard; Latin,
A. P. McKlnley; commercial. H. W. livrx
ron. : : -
VW.riMvilC- wHaTriiMei" "aT"?! 4
Mlsalsslppl avenue, la wondering what
two youths will do with two palls of
red paint. Two weeks exo -Mrs. Tll
kamp says Frank Davis, 70S Mississippi
avenue, and R. iiolman who lives on
AADina avenue od Cook street en
tered her home and after . ransacking
the houae,' confiscated two buckets of
mint. Thinking tke lada might want
o play "Indiana" with th vermlllion
hued paint, ahe .lodged no complaint
against ihf m. The matter waa reported
to Patrolman Mallet.
While attempting to arrest Emil Han
sen for drunkenness last night. Patrol
man. Wanless waa set upon by 'a sans?
of north end tougha, and before be could
drive back the crowd with hla gun, re
ceived a cut In the back from a knife
thrust by . Chris Alberts. After takins
nis man 10 in station urricer wan
leas' injuries were found to be sMgrht.
Alberta waa afterward arrested by . Pa
trolman Tnorpe and a charge of as
sault wag booked against Dim. ,
T. Caneli was sentenced to alz months
In th eounty Jail by Judge Cleland In
the circuit court -this morning. ' Caneli
had pleaded guilty to th charge of
stabbing a companion named Colom
boas at Latourell Falls, about a month
ago. He waa arrested, by Deputy Sheriff
Liconara. . . .
Flame destroyed the roof of N. ' P.
Foler'g home, - Hi Ganjenbeln avenue,
at 4:10 yesterday afternoon. The dam
age waa alight to the lower rooms of
the house, which Is owned by L. T.
Keady, m mining broker with offices
in the ronton ouuding. . .
I '-' Tha will of - EmUr M. Plerea, dispos
ing of property worth 111,000, was filed
In tha county court for probate this
morning. . Th will was an raw a . last
Aoril at San DIfsjo. California, and
leaves all the property to Lucy Trerett,
niece 01 tns aeceaaeo, ,. ,
county , court tnia morning ny David
Pennl,. John Oarbarino and Anton Gar-
Parlno, appraisers or the estate of Out
llelmo Casslnelll, the
aeceaaea , leri
property worth ii,40.
...... x ' .-a - a ', , uii. ui ilia
strong men ef our church from Chicago,
will deliver a special address to men on
Fatherhood and Cltiaenahlp.", at the
First Congregational church Sunday
For tit at ' Goodman's. Seventeen.
Jeweled adjusted Elsrtn. Waltham nr
Hampden, In dust-proof caae, 110. til
Morrison street, between First and
r ronu ; -: . . ;
Steamer Jesse Harktns. for ruui
Washouaal and way landlnara. dallv a-r.
eept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
aw mi t p. m. :
Acme Oil Co. sell safetv cosl nil and
on gasoline, rnone .an s-ioot,
Woman's Exchange. Ill Tenth street.
lunco ii:v 10 t, ousmess men s lunch.
' Watch crystals, sll kinds 10 cents, at
Diamonds, Watches Bck's, 105 AMe'i
D. Chambers, optician, 111 Seventh,
Berger signs 114 Tamhlll phone.
Dr. Strowbrldge, Hamilton bldg. , .
Bark Tonlo for rheumatism. : '
HUMAN B00ZE SP0XGE
GETS HIS NEEDIXGS
Samuel Baker, representatlv of St.
Johns at Kelly's Butt, went back to
that Institution for an additional term
of 15 days. Thursday. , Baker has
proved ao efficient on the rock pile
he has been appointed by : Municipal
Judge Esson of St. Johns, repreaenta-t
tlve for the fifth term. - Furthermore,
each term la longer than th laat ,
At first Baker waa detained at St.
Johns to help spilt and pile the win
ter's fuel for the municipality. This
took him two days. Baker'a only of
fense is Imbibing too much St Johns
whisky. The second offense won for
mm rive aays.
Judgs Esson gave him 10 days the
third time and he still came back for
St. Johna whisky. The fourth offense
gained for him a term of 20 days and
the fifth It with the added stipula
tion that he try some other-kind of
whisky other than tiros branda sold
1 a. tAt... . .
(ni Burn, Ivy Volsonlnr.
sTOVSBMOU SUBQSOBr' Keels.
Prussian refund money If DR. POR
TER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL
rails. io. '
bksbw -a M
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Large Applet Grown
3r Br-KelW.-eae.it fur the- Whit
mobile, has grown some unusually large
Uravenateln anples on his farm at
1'lfsnant Home,- In the eastern part of
Multnomah countv. Juat 45 of the large
apples will fit In a box, three tiers, 16
In a tier. The farm Is located 21 miles
from Portland, an hour's drive with an
IRISFUSETTER WITH CHINESE NAME
LOOKS NOT KINDLY ON HIBERNIAN
Wong Lo Chuen la the name of an
Irish setter living on a ranch south of
tha city owned by -Judge William B. F.
Gilbert and rented by seversl Chines
who hav been continuous . tenanta ' of
the. place for IS years. - Wong loves
Chlnsmen, chop Viey and everything
else pertaining to ihs land of the poppy
and chrysanthemum but his love for
humanity extends to no rac other
than th slant-eyed orientals.
Therefore, when a son of the old sod
wandered down to the road - paat the
place tenanted by the Chinamen, hla
eyes lighted up with ths Joy of a home
sick -lad rsturnlng to his native heath ss
he beheld the Joyous, barking, frisking
Wong Lo Chuen. With a cry of delight
the Hibernian whistled a banshee to
attract the Irish setter.. Afterwards he
waa sorry. i .
Wong heard - the whistling welcome
snd went to the Irishman but not with
SECTION LINE ROAD
i WILL BE IMPROVED
Eesidents Want Thorough-
' fares to Be Takeii Over
A y the City.
A movement has been started In the
district through which passes th Sec
tion Lin road to hav - that thorough-
far taken over by the city and Im
proved. As the highway approaches the
river from th eaat It la called Divi
sion afreet, but for seversl miles inside
the city limits th road la atill kept
up by th eounty..
A meeting of th Wavcrl'y-Rlchmon
Improvement association was held last
night at the residence of Judge A. L.
Fraier and the Improvement of this
street was-thoroughly-discussed, It
was stated the thoroughfare waa two
feet above grade aod had not been im
proved by the county for four years. It
Is ths only outlet to a large section of
tne city end me residents are very de
sirous of having It opened and improved
by the city. .
Objections were raised by some of
th smal'or property owners who ststed
that the expense ef improving the street
could not be carried and would be more
than the worth of their property. Othera
pointed out, however, that the Imorove
ment would be more than Justified.
Should the property be Improved the
aectlor. tributary would Immediately be
gin to rlao in value and homes would be
built along the' thoroughfare because it
would modi direct way to the city. It
waa affirmed that three-fourths of the
DroDertv owners were anxloua for the
action ana tnst tne entire section should
not be deprived of a Justifiable and
' Honest men like to give full value for
money received. There la from a quar
ter of a pound overweight .in every
package of the 100 per cent pure cereal
coffee. The grocers like to give you
what Is yours by right. Use less of It
and boll It less time than other cereal
Andersen ' Johnson, Clackamas
street: "Oolden Grain Oranule li
away up '
j. . irauimin. ill umDH iinfi
tt Is the onlr cereal coffee which can
is. F. loomis at son, zev Ibarra Dee:
'Just been telling a lady to use It.'
11. L, Bazles. Sixteenth and NorthruD
'Send me Oolden Grain Granules, ss
long as It is th best 1 want to sell It1
A. Lumsden, 1040 Williams avenue:
W want aoms: nothlns too rood for
K. Gorr. in -winisms avenue: , ."it
saves time, goes lurther and the con
sumers get a quarter of a pound mora'
Manning aV Hodge, lis Weldler street:
Nothing eaual to It." -
T. C. Peebler. 151 Holtaday avenue:
"It haa tha advantage over other cereal
Williams swank, ill Larrsbee:
"Send us twe esse more, that la what
we think of It' We, carry only flrat-
01 as gooes.
C. L. Rchaenfeldt 111 Williams ave
nue: "We give It the most prominent
location on our counter."
auauat Shorts. 4 Williams avenue:
"Of course It soils."
Metropolitan Market, 530 Williams
aver; "There seems , to be no place
too hi-fh for the pure stuff."
Gnldstauhs Grocery, 171 Russell:
"Good goods are soon recognised."
Lwier et to., 4( win lams avenue:
Always glad to say a anod word for
goods with honest weight."
l it. Montgomery, 67 Williams ave
nue: 'It la a hot seller: It must be
ward Cswiey, 07i Williams avenue:
Hound Williams avenue aood Dure
atuff like Golden . Grain Granules , Is
what takes with' the people."
T. J. Cofer Son. 0.1( Un0": "If
tt wasn't the best, wHJr should we push
John K. Pesse. 711 William avenue:
"I leave no opportunity alone; U la cer
tainly the finest." '
D. 8. Masterann, Ml Williams avenue:
"The hlah renutatlon Is maintained: I
sell case after caae of It."
H. Moaman Co., 161 Williams ave
nue: "Why. of course we like to sell
something which hss a 11.000 suarantee
aa to purity."
uison nros. ij7 union avenue: we
were among the first ones to Introduce
it in Oregon.", .
William McMnrmr, general oaasenaer
nt for the Harrlmitn lines. Is In San
Francisco ror a rew days' rest snd will
return te Portland the first of next
FILL BUSHEL BOX
lo Multaomah County.
Mr.1 Kelly has ' bsnldi
other fruit trees 40 trees of Graven
sielns, and the average six is of that
enormous rrowth of which only 46 ars
required to fill a large apple box. The
treea are on the uplands where, Mr.
Kelly save, the solL In six feet deep
and especially adapted for growing large
applea. - , -
wagging tail or barking yelps of delight.
On the contrary Wong approached fcls
fellow-countryman . with anarla and
growls. As he cam nearer snd nearer,
Wong Increaaed his growls in number
The frightened Irishman stood In th
middle of th road open-mouthed and
speechless at the display of animosity
from one from whom he expected to re
ceive k friendly wag of tha tall, and bark
However, he did not wait for Wonr to
get too close but stole away, angry and
heartsor over the treatment he, an
Irishman, had received from Wong, .an
Irish setter.' -
Judge Gilbert said the case of the
Irishman was only one of "many he had
heard of from hla tenants. 'The dog
hss an antipathy for th human race
save those mem be re of the Chinese
family, which is pretty hard on the
Irish, remarked tha Jurist who traces
his ancestry, bsck to Virginia.
MuJtnomah County W. C. T.
,"U. Reviews Encouraging
Work of the Past Year.
The annual convention of Multnomah
County W. C. T. U. was held Friday
afternoon at the state headquarters In
the Goodnough building. A large num
ber of delegatea were present and un
usual activity was reported from aU
The work- reported covered a large
field of endeavor, all directly related to
the purpose of the organisation, visits
hsve been made to the wives and chil
dren of drunkards; In onf ' ess a alck
wife had been watched for days to pro
tect her life against a husband Infuri
ated by drink. Clothing and food have
been given to San Pranclsco sufferers
and those of other disasters, and also
to those In this city whose natural pro
tectors failed to provide for mem. Gos
pel meetings have been held In the
down-town districts, meetings and en
tertainments at tne baiiore' institute,
thus throwing; a helpful Influence
around the sailor boy while he Is on
shore and under temptation. Comfort
bags with motherly letters have been
sent out to many quarters.
Temperance teaching has bsen made
firomlnent Inthe work of the. unlona
hla year through Loyal Temperance Le
glons, distribution of temperance litera
ture, cooperation with publlo school
teachers In the Interest of scientific
temperance, and In home teaching. The
W. C. T. IT. begins the year s work with
more courage than ever before and with
: :. , . '. Handing Fermltg. r "
Mrs. M. J. Marllt, two-story dwelling,
Rant Twenty-fourth between K.mt
iMvis and Kast Rverett, 11.000: J. B. C.
Lockwood, repairs dwelling. Grand, be
tween Eaat Irving and Pacific, 1500;
H. -. Relmers. repairs dwellina. Rast
Sixth, between Davis and Everett. $500;
Jamea Lugg. two-story dwelling. Beacon,
between feast Tenth and Eaat Eleventh,
11.800; G. W. Prieat. three two-atsry
dwellings. Castle, between Mason snd
Skldmore, 1,000; o. W. Priest, five
two-etroy dwellings. Castle, between I
Phaver - and Ala son, 110,000; Q. W.
Priest, five two-story dwellings. Colo
nial, between Falling and Shaver, $10,
000; O. W. Prieat, two-atory dwelling.
Overlook boulevard, between Mason and
Shaver, 15,100; Anna H. Patten, one and
one-half-story dwelling, Garfield, - be
tween Pearl and Jarrett, 11,600; James
M. Wilson, one and one-half-atory
dwelling. Knowlee and Morgan. 11.000:
Carl Schleve, one and one-half-atory
dwelling, Michigan, between Beech and
Fremont, J1.K00; Redemptorlat fathers,
two-storv school. Portland boulevard.
between Vancouver and Williams, lu,
Colonel William Crooks, who baa been
III for two months snd confined most of
thst time to his rooms In the Imperial
hotel, waa able to be out today and made
a visit to the new quarters of the Har-
rlman railroad ofrlclala In tha Wells
Fargo building. He expects to resume
duty In a few days in the office of Gen
eral Manager O Brlen.
AT TUB ' '
- Twelfth aad Taj lor Streets.
, GREAT DAT SUNDAY
io ao A. at
Lord's Supper Observed
' IStIS 9. K. ('
Dible School Rally
; ties r. X. ,
1 "Broken-Hearted Parents.
Baptism snd spect.-it music. The
great anthems, "rear Wo. O
Israel" snd "The tost beep,
sung by famous Tempi Quartet,
OVERLAND TODAY ; :
EIQIIT HOURS LATE
Northern Pacific No. 1. due at.
4 f o'clock, arrived at T:15. ;
4 Southern Pacific No, It, due at e
4 t:15, arrived In two section on 4
4 time and at 1:60. 4
4 Bouthern Pacific No. II, du at 4
4 11:10. arrived at 11:40. , a)
O. R. aV N. No. I. du at I 4
4 o'clock, arrived at l:0(. ' 4
4. ' O. R. N. No. S, du at 1:46. 4
' marked-up to arrive in two see- 4
4 tlonsN at I o'clock and .
4 Astoria as Columbia No. 11, due . 4
4 at 11:19, arrived on time. .
4 The first section of the O. R. a)
4AN. No. 6 comes from Salt Lake 4
e ' City. The regular train from the 4
4 east will not arrive until I 4
4 o'clock. This will bring tha train
4 in more than eight hours, lata.
' '' v Oood aootlag, .
Over a high class setter. Have two
for sale. ' Parsons, 408 Ablngton Bldg.,
or 420 East Thirty-fourth street. -
. . :tea':, , '
:' Did" you ever hear . of a
-They drink more tea' than
We do six to one. '
Tour grocer returns your money If you
don't Ilka Schilling's Best; we pay him.
SB. M. T. TTJITOBT, aTataxopata,
3 15 Twelfth Street
' Corner Clay
Having returned from the
beach, I will be pleased to
see anyone ' wishing to con
sult "with me ' in my office
from 8 a. m. till 5 p. m. All
house visits made after 6
p. m, ' .. ' ; ;v ' ;
I treat all diseases of mind:
and body, making a special-'
ty of stomach and bowel
troubles. V .
Consultation and examina-
- tion free. All inquiries will,
have to be made over Home
phone, having removed the
Pacific States. ;. My offices
are one block from Mont
gomery car, one block from
Thirteenth and two from
Jefferson. , V-1 :
Having decided to place
my sanatorium on the west
side,-1 shall dispose of all
my interests in Rose City
Park Addition. Will ell at
Tou need hav no fear of th den
tal chslr If you com to eur office.
Our scientific methods of absolutely
painless dentistry are at your dis
possl without paying ss much as you
have been In the habit of paying for
Bridge Work, per tooth, i....
om ruiings, up rrom .
Silver Fillings, uo from.
Enamel Fillings, up from.
Crowns, gold or porcelain.
Painless Extraction. .......... .RO
Plates, up from........ fp.OC
A guarantee for 10 veara wltn all
worn. -Mr aitenaaow
LILY DENTAL CO.
tubo awo oovox MTmaxTS.
Open evening until and Sunday
until 1 p. m.
on hoa AIOIO.
Paoine Stats Psoas Vaeifl 185s.
- 1 - 1, :
- - - - j- y
, 4 - i
"Jt Conrvatlvm Custodian
4 Per Cent
1W the convenience of
its customers on Satur
day evenings from 6 to 8
114 Second St.N
' Corner lVashlnfltoii
,v PORTLAND OR. :
" AJTD OOUOX mUU '
r , $AN VKANCISCO
-' - SVZCXAXi BATII -New
hotel, faces Jefferson Square.
Two block from Van Ness ave., th
present shopping district. Car lines
transferring all over city, pass door.
Every modern convenience, 160 rooms
Single er en suite. 150 private baths.
American and European plans. Prices
moderate. Omnibus meets sll trains.
EDDY AMD UAVUnroiTH ITS. -'
' " first paiuianeat bur
betel dowa tows.
Contains 100 beaattfatly
f anuakad steam heated
apartmenta, 40 hatha.
, Private telephone aer
- vies. Sample raoma far
lady BC ears from
feny seas tbedoo sad
eooneet with trd 8U
ears f raaa S. P. DepoC
Batss fraea ILOOap.
Phone Private Xx.
Franklin 42S. x
Sa n F
1 II Taylor St, Near HarketT
..... A ....
Two blocks from ' railroad -offices,
mint, postofflee and city halL Th
most codrn and handsomely fur
nished hotel In the city, European
plan. Rate $1.10 up. Our "bus
meets sll trains,
AUa E. DRUCKER, Mgr.
' . - TBTB BKAUTrrtrt
Hotel "Key Route Ion"
22nd Street and Broadway
Sonny rooms, private hatha, long-die
tanoe telephones, compressed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carte with
eulalne and service unsurpassed. For
rates, eto.. address
N. B. MULLAN, Manager.
Formerly Assistant Manager Palao
Hotel. 6aa Franca sea
Ajr'rsVAjroxsoo, oax. '
-- Cor. 4th and Meward Bta.
European plan. Kates -7lo to 11.50.
With 'bath 11.00. -rrem
Perry take Market er Xlsaloa mt.
MM to 4th.
Woman a Kpeelajty Krs. B. x. Oban.
.w- ed what Krs. J. p.
Warner has to Sayt. Mra
Dr. 8. K. Chan. !3 Clay at.,
city. .' Dear DoctorFor a
long- time I Buffered from
sickness, but since taking
your medicine and advice
which you gave, me, I feel
now like a new woman. I
cannot praise your medicine
Also those frlenda that I
sent to. you sre now all well. I shall
be too glad for any Information in re
gard to thla great and wall educated
Chines lady doctor. I am gratefully,'
yours. Mrs. J. F. Warner, II N. th at,
Portland, Or. , . ,
s. s. siGtrs
Needlea Parts and
Repair for all Makea
S3t Korrlsoa Street.
v Sale o! Doxes Opens Tuesday,
October 1, v
The show will b tirtn Novtmber 7. 8 and 0, 1907, at the Oriental
building-. Lwis and Clark Fair Qroundt, and will be the greatest
event of ita kind In the history of th west. Attractive projrarrt
and evening. Boxea eeat 10 persons comfortably. 1'rice. f r i
season, $100. Applications will be numbered in the or ' r tt - ',
carrying preference at to location. Addres. with rr- ',r .-n.M,
tn luiiber ExciiANcn T-iv:.. i . rr. : a
w'iXf, K0L1G TKLTCE
HEJIN8 St'NDAT NIGHT. "KPT. I.
Continue Mun.Uv, TuesUay, WeJnesday
- . Th Musical-Comedy Plav
LITTLE JOHNNY JONES
Catchy Mualc. Pretty Olrls, Fun Oalor.
Prices, 11 to lia rieats now selling-
waahttSton HEILIG THEATRE
laat Tim Tonight, SOS 'Clock. .
sens nssza' svsubt. '
' In tb Inteoaely Interesting Drama, -
"nr iu Biaxop-s Tajzaob.n'
Evsnlng. 11.10 to He. Matinee, tl to 15a.
BAKXK. THXATHK Jraone aum s
Portland Popular-Price Playhouse.
ueo.- it. Maker, Manager.
t7 f'.i- lul time tonight, that sail.
-A , STBAirSKB ITBW
-w. i -r-- - s vats..-' -
Evening prices, '. tSo, tS
lies. Next wek. "The ftirl .
; Vrin the reea Byes."
MARQUAM GRAND R
-v Portland s Famous Theatre,
V Tonight aad Baaday Might.
Laat Two Pert ormancee , th Famous
.March Opera. TATIRTTBA.
Full of Beautiful Songs That Will I. IV
, Forever. . THB CAUrOBsTXABa."
At XheU -sW
Evenlnge 2&-60-7ac... Matinees
; . , , Next , week Marl tana.
EMPIRE THCATRQ ;
Geo. I Baker, Manager.- Phone Main lit -LAST
The Little Sunbeam, Pearl Ooldinf, in
-TO XOTKXB'S SAKB."
A Beautiful Rural Melodrama of New
Night, 10-IO-lo-tOc; matinee, 10-I0c.
Next attraction, starting -.omorrow mat
inee. "Use la Josa rerklaa."
The STAR "SX-U. S4sj
Week ef gept tl, 107 Brew. A. 14M
Continued Buccees of th
R. K. FRENCH STOCK CO.," ,
All this week presenting
"til EIHO OP III BESSBT."
Matinees Hundaya, Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays .at 2:t0; prices 10a
snd i0o. Every evening at l:li; prices
10c. too snd , too. -. Reserved seats . by
both phones. -
&a GRAND VABT21"
All This Week, th Headline Act.
OKAS. BU lOTU, IILLT QBOBOB,
The Bure-Flre Comedy ActorA .,
Plenty of other big acts., .
Three performsnces daily st 1:10,
T:I0 snd 0:11: - prices matinees, 10c;
evenlnge and Sunday matinees. Do, 20o
snd box seste JOe .
, j RECREATION PARK
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
September 24, 25, 29, 27, 28, 29.
rnjajme-TJirieJTirsaJCrp. m. Dally.
Came uiiea at zo p. m. Sundays.
Double Header Sunday;
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY
Grandstand 25c Children 10c
H Free Admission
; . .-'
Excepting Sunday, Next
i Week, Day end
s-? Fnritn ' f
l Presents for all skaters, n
i fomi and vc a 1
r-J 1000 pairs new skates
A N IC O L A
King of . CoiTeas
b on anal two Pound tin .
TBACXzm or rzouor an txoza ,
PUPIL. OF SEVCIK .
834 PUs Bt. Phone Peels . .'
Phoas PaetHe IBtff. -.
Commercial Printing of all Kinds.'
6 Basset Bldg., 4th and Korrlsoa.