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THE - OREGON DAILY JOURNAL fcORTlJAND, MONDAY- EVENING,' SEPTEMBER ' Sfc' 1807.
TJher wii an unusually full attend-
La t-4 ntlng thl morning of th
Aptlst mthister. Mr. Smith. th new
sslstant pastor Of th First ' churoh.
. , who wil elected to membership, led
orr mo meeting witn a taia on tn mis
sion 01 prayer nmunn ana now v
male them Interesting. Every pasto
expressed mi viewa on tn suDject an
told hie way of conducting the meetings
more prayer and I
to Intereet more
people. Borne advieed
an testimony: others
advised leas of the preaoher and more
: of the people; and still other eom
i menolng and ending on time and letting
-. m. people Know so as to Keep in meet
' ng irora dragging laterminaoiy,
...Thaodor Eggers, president of, the
' American Flah company, who la one of
' the big men In the salmon Industry on
th: vmmv Is one of the bellerere In
tiolden Oralh Granules. He aaid: "This
cereal ooffeahaa saved my family.'' Mr.
' Eggera and his family suffered from
' kidney troubles. A sample package waa
inea, -wim line a Dove result, conee
, roastera mar laugh at this and ridicule
It, but that will not change the fact
that Amerloan grains, roasted, make a
healthier, more natural coffee than
Mocha, Java or whatever name they
care to call It Everybody Is talking
about it Ohlldrenjust lqv It. -
Wanting something to break the mo
notony of a quiet Sunday afternoon,
William Blum, who Uvea it ! North
Eighth street, began to amuse himself
by exploding blank shells with a nail.
The repeated discharges quickly
caused a crowd to gather about Blume'a
house, thinking soma one was bring
murdered. Patrolman Craddock hap
pened alone and eacorted Blume to the
police station, where a charge of dls-
charging firearms In the city waa placed
agalnat him. He waa released on lit
bail. His cat will be tried tomorrow.
ITS FIRST "AT HOME
Y. W; C. A. Renews Popular
Sunday Afternoon Di- :
" version for Members. "
Judge Char'es E. Wolverton, sitting
In the United States district court, sue
talned the demurrer to the indictment
against B. F. Irvine and A. K. Ruse
Corvallls newspaper men indicted for
using the mails to further a lottery
scheme. Assistant United states At
torney James Cole stated that he would
file an Information atalnst the Cor
vallla men and have them tried In that
manner. Judge Wolverton held that the
Indictment did not show that a lottery
Tomorrow Is the day when the new
foreign postag rate goes into effect.
The chief change Is In regard to letters
wblch will hereafter be carried at the
. rat of 6 cents for the firet ounce and
I cents for each additional ounce. Here
tofore the rate haa been I cents for each
half ounce. Foreign mall matter Is
considerable of an Item In the Portland
postofflce and the change will mean
quite a reduction in the Income on
At the comer of Seventh and Gliaan
atreeta, last night, Dick Williams, col
ored, accoited Ed Baart, a north bank
railroad laborer and without provoca
tion started a fight. Aa both men were
drunk. Detective Smith and Coleman
took them to the city jail. When
searched. Baart was found to have lost
a sum or money. Their trial was set
The Toting Women' Christian asso
ciation haa again taken up earnest work
for gtrla without the advantage of
city home.. Testerday It had It first
at home of thla season the at home
which became so annular on Sunday
anernoons or last winter, unere waa
a good attendance for the firat meet'
Ing, even though many preferred to be
Out Of doora fin aconuni nf tha dallrht-
Mis carria A. ' Holbrook rava the
address of the afternoon a short talk
on the value of systematic Bible study.
Mlsa Sophia Bhlvea read from the Bible.
Miss Delta Wataon bad charge, of the
musical program and the singers were
Mis Metta Brown, Hsrry T. Butter
worth and I.irv Wlarlnm with Mra.
Wisdom aa accompanist. The address
of the president wss followed by a
light supper and a social hour.
Arranaementa hava Han maria far
the winter classes to te conducted at
the association rooms. At 1 o'clock thla
afternoon the educational classes will
meet and tomorrow nlaht the Old Testa
ment study class will be organised.
Wednesday. Friday and Saturday nlrhta
or each week will be devoted to Bible
atudy. A noon meeting at 11:10 will
ba held every Wednesday during the
fall and winter and tha Sunday "at
homes" from 4 to will be continued
The claaaea In music .elocution and
domestic science aa well aa the educa
tlonal claases ooen tonlsht for the fall
term. The winter term Is to begin
December 9. From December 11 to
January 6 the Chrlatmaa vacation will
be held, the eorlne- vacation la to be
neld from March 1 to 10, and the claases
close for the summer on May 18. The
classes In domestic science this fall and
winter will be conducted by Miss Ber
nice Waring of the Rochester Atheneum
and Mechanics Institute. Eccleslaates is
the first of five literary masterpieces
of ths Bible which are to be studied.
The dally program fof the term Is as
Sunday Bible Talks. Mlsa Carrie A.
Monday Millinery, Mlsa Bernlo
Waring; mandolin and rultar. Profea
sor C Rebairllatl: elocution, Mra Emma
Ollleaple; arithmetic, Mra N. C. Me
Adam; millinery. Miss Bernlo Waring;
tooa ams-uan. Mra n. U. MCAdsm.
Tuesday Plain sewing. Miss Bernlce
Waring; Bible, Old Testament Charac
ters. Miss Constance MacCorkle; Bible,
L,ire or unrist. miss Helen Haxon: man
dolin and guitar. Professor C. Rebag-
llatl: plain eewlna. Miss Bernlce War
Ing; free-hand drawing, Miss Roma Mc-
FOR EAST SIDE
Business Men's Club Plans
for Great Advertising
Kop-Lots, an Indian residing on the
TJmatUla,. adlan reservation, was fined
y'afid sentenced to serve 80 days In
the Multnomah county Jail thla morning
by Judge Charles e. Wolverton for car
rying whiskey on the reservation. Kop
Lots is an old man and his ace, con
nected with hia past reputation for
good behavior, were the causes of the
. Judge Charlea E. Wolverton set Wed
nesday morning aa the time for Uxcle
Caughell to enter a plea to the Indict
tr.snt charging her with mishandling
government mail while serving aa post
mlatresa at Gold Beach. It Is expected
that she will plead guilty and ask to
4 be let off with a fine, pleading illness as
' a causa for her misconduct.
Judge Charles E. Wolverton, sitting
,ln thJUiuH:U States circuit court, over-
rui' me motion ror a new trial In tne
'Case of Andrew Carlson against the San
Francisco and Portland Steamship com
pany. Carlson waa awarded a verdict
of 11,000 aeveral montha ago for per
sonal Injuries received while in the em
ploy of tie company.
Work of altering the postofflce la
nearly completed and the new stamp
booth at' the Tamhill street entrance
waa opened today. Three are three new
windows in the booth and the clerks
were bus; all day selling stamps to the
crowds In line. It, Is expected the other
changes vlll be Zlnlahed by next week.
Article! of incorporation of the Twin
Butte Oa?hard company were filed In
the office of the county clerk this morn
Ing by R M. Austin, C. A. Parvln and
T. A. Mirkley. They will plant and
cultivate orchards. Capital stock, $90,-
Wednesday Life of Christ. Mra
Jamea McKenzle; dressmaking, Miss
Bernlce Waring; English for foreign
gtria. Mrs. M. a. Hogue; Herman, Frau
Margaret Bekker; dn
Thursday Millinery, Miss Bernlce
Waiing; art needlework, Miss Bernlce
Waring; Bible, five literary master
pieces. Miss Mary B. Day; English lit
erature. Miss Adeline Dewert.
Friday Shirt waist, Mlsa Bernlce
Waring; Bible atudies In Psalms. Miss
Helen Hutchinson; German, Frau Mar
garet Bekker; design and leather work,
Mis Roma McKnlght; arithmetic, Mra.
N. C. McAdam; American literature,
Mrs. N. C McAdam.
Saturday Bible stories (for Junior
girls). Miss Bernlce Waring: plain sew
ing (for gtrla from 7 to 16), Miss B.
Thla week th alogan contest which
ha been conducted for th last month
by th East Side Business Men's club
will be decided. Th envelope marked
"contest" are continuing to arrlv and
considerable lntereat has been mani
fested la th contest In all part of th
Advertising men In Portland who are
Interested in all schemes for advertising
nave complimented th enterpriee or tne
Eaat Bids business men and are anxious
to hear the results of th contest. The
number of envelope ha steadily in
creased until about 160 have arrived and
It Is expected there will be an Influx
durlnar the last few da ye of th oait.
Th regular meting of th club will
take place at th quarters of th Eaat
oia Atnietio ciud in Meaiy ounaing,
Grand avenue and Eaat Morrison street.
At this meeting th envelope will, be
opened and th most suitable alogan
selected. It la th desire to find on
that tells a much aa possible about th
advantages of the East Sid for trading
in tne least possible number or woras.
Plans are under war also for th an
niversary celebration of th club which
will occur on the sams evening as th
grand opening or th East Bide Athletic
club, Monday, October 7. At this time
It Is expected that all Eaat Sid busi
ness men will be present with their
families and friends to enjoy themselves
and be entertained by th two club.
Reorganisation of the club by which
it hope to aecur additional fund to
carry on th work already started la
progressing satisfactorily and th dues
pledged will enable ths club to accom
plish much In the future. Electrlo dis
plays wil be placed over th main
thoroughfarea It 1 thought all auch
work can bs accomplished at lea ex
pense it aii join ana snare to cost.
LATER THAN EVER
Northern Paclflo No. 1, due at
7 o'clock, arrived at 10:80.
Southern Paclflo No. 18, due
at 7:25, arrived la two sections
at 8:15 and 8:25.
Southern Paclflo No. 18, du
at 11:10, arrived at 11:40.
O. R. at N. No. t. du at 8
o'clock, arrived on time.
O. R. & N. No. 6, due at :6.
marked up to arrive at 1:45.
Astoria A Columbia No. 21,
due at 11:16, rrrlved on time.
As usual the O. R. & N. over
land train from th eaat waa
late. Today the train waa
marked up six hours late at noon
and Is expected to lose more
time as It near Portland.
WE ARE GIVING AWAY
FOOTBALL PANTS and
INGERSOLL GUARANTEED WATCHES
With All Boys' Suits and Overcoats This Week
YOU KNOW WE HAVE THE FINEST JUVENILE DEPARTMENT ON THE COAST
EUGENE PAVING PLANT
NOT LARGE ENOUGH
The rejrular monthly meeting of the
, Portland chamber of commerce will be
held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock In
the new i quarters opposite the Alder
street entrance of the Chamber of Com
merce building. Routine business only
win cumq Derore tne meeting.
Mail & Von Borstal have sold for J. J.
Kadderlyi to Mary Bonfant the south
west cfrjer of Seventh and East Pine
streets. (The property Is covered by
three dwellings. The same was pur-
Egbert I F. Ferris has purchased a
handsm new residence on Kearney
street, 4)tween Twentieth and Twenty
first stmts. The property belonged to
x-Audltr Thomas C. Devlin and was
sold for 48,600.
Resolutions Adopted by City
Council Censuring Treat
ment of Operators.
Encouraging newa Is dally reaching
strike headquarters of th telegraphers'
union. Indicating that the alogan "stick"
Is being well carled out all over the
A good piece of news came from Chi
cago, where the city council of that city
last Monday evening passed a strong
resolution deprecating the policy adopted
by tne telegraph companies In dealing
with their striking employes, and de
clared it the duty of the companies to
meet the strikers, so that normal serv
ice could be restored.
The resolutions point out that for the
past seven weeks the financial, commer
cial and general business interests of
Chicago have been subjected to a great
loss and annoyance in consequence of
the partly telegraph and partly mail
methods of handling their most Impor
tant and urgent business communica
tions. A copy of the resolutions was for
warded to President Roosevelt, Commis
sioner of Labor Nelll and to the heads
Of the two great telegraph companies.
"In addition to thla important news i
Item, we are advised that last week
the Western Union gained six or seven
strikers and lost 11 at Chicago, ' said
one of the offlcals of the local union.
"We are also reliably Informed that the
passage of these resolutions by the city
council of Chicago was a serious blow
to the telegraph companies, and that
they fear the repetition of this action
T UIIICI 1 u 1 n V. V. 1 RIIU BIBU ,CbOBaB3
f strong resolutions ty the state legls-
W1II Go to Salem and Bois Plant
B Substituted, in View of Eu
gene's Enlarged Plans.
(Rpeclal Dltpiteh to The Jonrosl.)
Eugene, Or., Sept. 80. The Warren
Construction company Is dismantling
It paving plant In Eugene and will ship
It to Salem, where the company haa a
contract to pave aeveral streets. In the
place of the plant that is being removed
the one at Boise, of twice the capacity,
will be shlppe to Eugene. It is ex
pected within a week and will at one be
placed In operation.
The company has a contract to pave
12 blocks here in addition to the seven
which have just been completed, and
the council at its next meeting will or
der about 16 more blocks paved. The
plant that haa been at work here is not
of sufficient capacity to do the work
proposed here fast enough.
LANDS WILL OPEN
(Special Dttpiteb to The Jonrnsl.)
La Grande, Or., Sept 10. Thirty-five
thousand acres of the Wallowa forest
reserve Is to be thrown open for set
tlement October 30, and a line-up at
the La Grande land office is expected to
begin this week. Most of (he land is
said to be heavily timbered. A large
portion of It has been squatted upon
laturea when they assemble. It Is be
lieved the telegraph companies will
spare no expense to head off this move
ment. Tne striKe is a long way irom
being over," he added significantly.
For llqjors phone the Family Liquor
own.' neiiy. successor to UaSWell
oc fveujy got Morrison strc
Park. Ebth phones Pacific,
and Hon. A-2802.
'Steamer Jesse Harklns, for Camas,
washouail and way landings, daily ex
cept Suntay. Leaves Washington street
dock it p. m.
Tne gamblers flen was
aftAf tha - A rrv 1 a A kaan
morrisqn street, corner battered down. The Chinese were re
nnO m U.nlfln HjI&Ih 4 I . J I i I an- 1 I. t
Acme OH Co. sell safety coal oil and
fine gasoline. Phone East 789; B-1007.
Women's Exchange, 13J Tenth street,
(uncn li:3U to z; Dusiness men s lunch.
Diamonds, Watches Beck's, 205 Aider.
D. Chambers, optician, 129 Seventh.
Berger signs 284 Tamhill phone.
Bark Tonlo for rheumatism.
The polio, headed by Detectives Kay
.and Klenjen, made a raid on 12SV4 Sec
ond streft and captured eight Chinese
First and Oak
FIRST ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
Sale of Boxes Opens Tuesday,
October 1, 1907
The how will b given November 7, 8 and 9, 1907, at the Oriental
building;, Lewis and Clark Fair Grounds, and will be the greatest
event of its kind in the history of the west. Attractive programs day
and evening. Boxes seat 10 persons comfortably. Price, for the
season, $100. Applications will be numbered in the order received,
carrying preference as to location. Address, with remittances,
PORTLAND HUNT CLUB
229 LUMBER EXCHANGE BLDG, PORTLAND, OREGON
(Portland's Famous Theatre)
TONIGHT and all week; matinee WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY,
Tarx OAJuroMXAjra runnua
The Beautiful Ballad Opera.
'The story of Don Caesar D Baxan
set to music."
HEAR "Alas Those Chimes," "Let Me
Like a Soldier Fall," "In Happy Mo
ments' ana many otnera squally good.
Evenings. 25o. 60c and 75c: Matlnaea.
zoo ana buc.
Aften an absence of more than 40
years from Portland, Joseph Hyman,
with his wife and niece, are visiting In
this city, the guests of Max Flelschner.
Th Hymans formerly lived In Port
land and Mr. Hyman was a merchant In
the younger days of the city, but he
has made his home for many years In
Hawaii. He and Mrs. Hyman will leave
for San Francisco today.
Mrs. Evans, market Inspector, does
not visit Deery's market very often.
Wonder why? The people who pass
wish they lived near such a market
Wonder why. Shades of departed bulls
have no terrors for the patrons of this
market. If you aopreclate good meat
roperly handled you will order from
j Building Permit..
T. J. Cockneg, repairs dwelling, Me
chanic, between Kankakee - and East
I Ninth, $S50; Wakefield, Fries & Co., re
pair rooming-house. Second, between
Jefferson and Madlaon. $50; L. E. Wall
Ick, one-story dwelling. Canon, between
Hlbbard and Meridian, $76; C R. Black,
1H -story dwelling, Blandena, between
Vancouver and Gantenbein, $2,00: Vic
tor Carlson, two-story dwelling. East
Fourteenth, between East Yamhill and
Belmont, $2,000; Gran, one-story dwell
ing, Alberta, oeiween East Tentn and
fcaat Eleventh, $1,900; G. H. Elkerton,
one-story dwellingi Alberta, between
Kaat Tentn ana isast Eleventh, $2,000;
C. L. Tomllnson, one-story dwelling,
East Thirty-seventh and East Harrison,
$1,400, ' -
Soothe Itching akin. Heal cuta or
burn without a scar. Cures pilea, c
sema, salt rheum, any Itching. JDoaa'g
Pl&tAnfa Roue tojttUt teUi it, -w ,
WhenPIates or Bridges
ah work at mit met for a
short time to introcj-'ce the
"Electro Painless System"
Full Set, that fit .$5.00
Gold Crowns, 22-k $3.50
Bridge Teeth, 22-k 83.50
Gold Fillings $1.00
Silver Fillings 50
Guaranteed for 10 Years.
303 Washington Stw cor. 5th,
Opposite Oldi & King's.
l llJHHsgyr I
1? not a
THE ORIENTAL WOOD FINISH E
A combination of most durable Var- H
nish and Stains for Interior Wood H
Work. Floors, Furniture, eta.
THE BIG PAINT STORE 3
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
FRONT AND MORRISON STS. m
' A Boarding and Day
Bcnooi i or xoung Men and
Preparation for col
leges, U. S. Military and
in aval academies. Ac
credited to Stanford.
Berkeley, Cornell, Am
herst and all State Uni
versities and Agricultural
Colleges. Manual train
ing. Business course.
The principal haa had. II
rears experience In Port
land. Comfortable quar
ters. Best environment
Mak reservations now.
For Illustrated catalog
and other literature ad
drass J. W. HILL. M.D..
VrlaolsaX and Itoprtetor,
2lfOR WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sanderaon' Compound
Bavin and Cotton Root PlUs.
Th bst and only reliable
remedy for DELATED PER
IODS. -Cure the moat obsUn-
at cassa In t la 19 days. Price 1 1
per boa, ma Had in plain wrapper. Sold
by drugglsta everywhere. Address T.
j. ki&ecjs. 1U rim su Eactiaad. fix.
Tou need have no fear of the den
tal chair If you come to our office.
Our scientific methods of absolutely
painless dentistry are at your dis
posal without paying aa much aa you
have been In the habit Of paying for
Bridge Work, per tooth SR.00
Gold Fillings, up from if.OO
Silver Fillings, up from -50
Enamel Fillings, up from. . . .1.00
Crowns, gold or porcelain.... 85.00
Painless Extraction. . . - JM
Plates, up from $$.OQ
A guarantee for 10 vears with all
work. Lady attendant.
Lh.and HP IH THF1TDP Phan
TOmOKT, 8:18 O'OXOCX
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAT NIGHTS,
THE MUSICAL PLAY,
"Little Johnny Jones"
CATCHY MUSIC PRETTY GIRLS-
PRICES $1 to 25c. Seat sal at theatre.
Geo. L. Baker, Gen. Manager.
Portland's Horn of th
AMOU BAKES STOCK COXPAJTT.
All this week, Clyde Fitch's unusual and
"TM OZXX, WITH THS OXBXBT STS ST
A Beautiful Production.
Evening prices, 26c, 86o and 60o; maU
nee, 16c and 25c. Matinee Saturday.
Ksxt Week "Barbara mtohlb'
Phone Main 117.
Tonight Ail Week Matinee Wednesday
THE BIG FUN SHOW
"TKCIjE JOSX PXBKZJrS"
Singers, Dancers and Comedians.
See Uncle Josh at the County Fair.
Prices Night, 10c, 20c, 0o and 60o;
matinees, 10c and 20c.
Waal Week "Th Denver Express."
Both Phones t Main 4685 Home, A-1038.
Week commencing Monday, Sept. 80.
THE LYRIC STOCK MOMPANY IN
"TO DIE AT DAWN"
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
and Sunday. Prices 10 and 20c. Everv
evening at 8:15. Prices 10c, 20c and SOc.
Boxes 60c. orrice open 10 a. m. to 10
rATOBXTX, nvisxaTTXjrei .
Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb
(Now th Countess Magrl)
Dan Patch, 1:55
Doing His Marvelous Mil In Moving '
500 Animal Actors
Sheep, Goata, Cam.
la and rig.
"The Santa Clans o!
October s aad 10 Circus Oroanaa, SBUi
October 11 East Bid, Wtlllama AraS
and Knott rts.
LILY DENTAL CO.
TUBS' AJTD COTOX STKXXTS.
Open evening until t and Sunday
until 1 p. to,
' Korn Ihea A10IO.
aUo State hoa Yaatd 188a.
Th STAR "XW. mm
Hew, A. 14
Opening Sunday, Sepetmber 21
For the Entire Week
Th Z B. Trench Stock Company la
"SKATES Or TTSSIA.T'
Matinees Sundays, Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 2:30. Prices 10c
and 20c. Everv evening at 8:15. Prices
10c, 20c and 30c. Phone for reserved
scats, either phone.
Luxe, Beaded by
Pierce A Roslyn,
Merrill & Burns.
Dorothy Earl, Jo
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GRAND FREE STREET PARADE
EACH MORNING ;
oxxLBmxars rmaB mrsura boxooa
BACK ABTBBJIOOB. -
S. S. SIGCL'S
Needles, Parts and
Repalra for-all Make
S3B Morrison Street.
y0"l'r- in. a
King of CoiTccs
In i on) sill two Found t!nt
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