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Credit Zlen Election of officers wll
be held by the Portland Credit Men's hs
soclatlon on the evening of July 13.
Nominations were made at tho annual
dinner, of the association Wednesday
evening at the Portland Commercial club
as follows: President, E. M. Underwood
of Falling, McCalman & Co.; vice presi
dent, W. J. Henderson of Closset & Dev
ers; secretary, L B. Smith of Flelsch
ner, Mayer & Co.; treasurer, W. A. Holt
Of the United States National banl; et
, ecutlve committee, II. K. Arnold of the
' Blumauer-Frank Drug company; Q. C
Braman of Olds, Wortman & King; I
t Paset of rielschner, Mayer . & Co.
Architectural ClubThe Portland
Architectural club has invi'ted the mem
bers of the city and county governing
bodies and the members, of the Civic
Improvement league . to attend an in
formal view of their third annual exhi
bition and to meet E, H. Bennett, archi
tect of the "city beautiful" plans, at the
museum of art. Fifth and , Taylor
streets, , this evening. A feature of thel
occasion will be an exposition of the
plans for municipal improvement which
have been formulated by the architec
tural club and the clvio improvement
league. - '
.Blockading Prohibited. Blockading
of sidewalks by merchants on Oak street
and south of that thoroughfare will
not be permitted by the police, as the
result of an agreement entered Into
yesterday by the chief of police and
business men of the city. Following
out the agreement, H. Lowengart, ap
pearing for M. Seller & Co., and Jay
Smith, of the Marshall-Wells Hardware
Co., entered pleas of guilty in the mu
nicipal court yesterday to charges of
blQcklng the Btdewalks. Merchants have
have agreed to keep sidewalks in front
of their places of business, clear.
..el l.i 1.ov 'i c.a-r -:r T;vno1 J
Mci'uv, IS years oM, tha original
"Km?.!i guy from Clil," as he described
himself to tho officers, was arrested
last nisht by Patrolman Ed Martins in
the north end, end vas sent to the
county Jill for 10 days by Municipal
Judge Bennett this morning. IJ was
charged with being: a vagrant and with
carrying concealed weapons. 'When
searched a pair of brass knuckles was
found In his possession. McCoy admit
ted frankly that he is "beating: his way"
over the country and that he carried
the knuckles to protect himself against
unfriendly brakemen. .
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Eriflffe Worker JSrlng Cnlt Circuit
Judge. Gantenbeln this morning called
a jury for the trial of the case of Jo
seph Ruel against Robert Wakefield, do
ing business as the Portland Bridge &
Building company. Ruel was injured
while at work for Wakefield on a bridge
over tho Clackamas river near Oregon
City, on December 8, 1907." The track
was elevated to allow workmen to. go
underneath to bolt the steel beams and
stringers, and Ruel alleges the -track
was so carelessly braced that It fell
upon him. , He asks for $10,000 dam
ages.. .. ...
Knocked from Bike. Edmund Feary,
messenger, boy residing In Moun Ta
bor, was knocked from his bicycle and
slightly Injured yesterday afternoon
when a runaway team of horses at
tached to a grocery wagon belonging
to A. , F. ' Wallln, a grocer of East
" Thlrteentr and Lexington streets ran
him down at Second and Alder streets.
He was taken to the hospital being
permitted to leave . after cuts and
bruises were dressed. The horses, after
a headlong flight down several crowded
downtown streets, were stopped.
Had Black EyePatrolman W. C
Epps, of the first, night police relief,
made a report last night to the effect
that he found A. J. Parrington, an em
ploye of the Holman Transfer company,
at Fifth and Stark streets some time
before midnight, in an Intoxicated con
dition. Apparently, according to the po
liceman, Parrington had been in a fight,
for he had a black eye and blood was
running from cuts in his face. Parring
ton was not able to tell where he got
his hurts. H vaa taken home by a
Pioneer' Reunion. Arrangements are
being rapidly perfected for the thirty
eisrhih annual , . reunion of , the "Oregon
Pioneers' association which will take
place in thia city next Wednesday. The
Woman's auxiliary had an enthusiastic
meeting at the home of Mrs. Cartwrlght,
presidents last Wednesday ;. afternoon.
Up tOvthe present time four articles of
food are short, as follows; Cake, bis
cuits, tongue and ham. Secretary Hlmes
at the city hall has the badges ready
to Issue. -
Te Discuss Improvement The North
East Side Improvement association will
hoM a meetlna- tonlsrht at 8 o'clock In
- the Woodmen . of the World hall, corner
of Russell , etreet and Rodney avenue.
, It Is announced that matters of great
importance, touching the improvement
of the territory on the east side north of
Sullivan's gulch, and dealing particularly
with rapid transit across the river ana
with the Broadway bridge will De ais
-cusedV'A big attendance is desired.
No More Blockading1 At a meeting of
the health and police committee of the
city council this morning the city audi
tor's office was Instructed to notify the
chief of police to enforce strictly here
after the city ordinances prohibiting
the blockade of sidewalks by retail
stores within the confines of the down
town business district bounded by. Oak,
Second. Yamhill and Tenth streets.
Bervloes Tonight Services will be
hold tonight at Temple Beth Israel at
8 -o'clock, with "The Central Conference
of the American Rabbis" for the sub
Ject of Dr. Wise's sermon. The muslo
will ! be under the direction of Mrs.
Rose Bloch Bauer. Dom Zan "will sing
"Evening-and Morning" by-eplcker. All
men and women are- welcome to the
Oregoa' City Service On and after
4M Ant Dracon Cltv trains will leave
East Water and Morrison streets every
80 minutes rrom o:u a. m. 10 ana in
cluding last train at It midnight; leave
Oregon City e:4B, o:zb a. m., men every
80 minutes to'-and Including 10p. m.;
last train 11 p. m. Portland Railway,
Light as rower company. ; ,
- Tonight's Service Service will beheld
this evening at Congregational Ahaval
Sholom, corner Park and Clny streets, at
n'.inrir . fnslrt hv the choir. ' Tomor
row morning services at 9:30 o'clock.
Harry, ton of Mr, and Mrs. Abiowitz,
will be confirmed. KatiDi k. ADranam
son will officiate.
' local Clufc Will elp. The Portland
Commercial club will assist the com
mercial bodies of the state of Colo
rado in their fight for the passage of
the $30,000,000 certificates bill to aid
the reclamation service bill, which was
passed by the senate as an amendment
to the administration land withdrawal
.Phoaeg lome AU65
First and Oak
. Sues for $2085.22 Charles H. Snyder
of the Midland Lumber company has
begun suit in the circuit court against
J. H. Johnson of the Mlddleton. Lum
ber company for $2085.22. He says the
defendant failed to make deliveries Of
lumber under a contract. . S.
The members of 'the Draymen's asso
ciation give notice that they desire their
old employes to return to work and that
they will be employed If vacancies exist.
Those now employed will not be dis
charged In order to make vacancies. .
J. W. Scrlber, former president of the
Farmers & Trailers brink of La Grands,
and who was found guilty by a Jury
In the United States court of having
misappropriated the funds of. that in
stitution, has been granted a further
extension of time before beginning the
service of his sentence.
Following the verdict of the Jury
Scrlber was given 10 days In which to
arrange for a new trial. He later de
cided not to ask for a new trial,-but to
commence serving his sentence and was
given an additional JO days In which
to arrange his affairs preparatory td
going to .prison. The second 10 days
were tip today, but still fruther time
has been granted by Judge Bean.
Last week,Senator C W. Fulton asked
Deputy United States Attorney Walter
Evans for more time, and after a con
ference with Judge Bean it was decided
that Scrlber need not begin to aerve
out his sentence until the return of
United States District Attorney Mo-
Court from Washington. Mr. McCourt
will .return, to Portland July 10 or 12.
Senator Fulton stated to the court
as a reason for asking for further time
for his client, that Scrlber had given up
all thought of carrying his "casa fur
ther through the courts, and intended
to commence the service of his "sentenoe
at once. However, "he needed a little
more time In which to arrange his af
fairs before beginning to llv out his
long residence In the federal prison.
Bate War Steamer (Nome City sails
direct Saturday for San Francisco and
Los Angeles. Cabin $18 and $10; steer
age $5 and $12, berth and meala Includ
ed. Frank Bollarn, agent, 128 3d at
Double Program Portland's " Country
club, five good races and Manning
brothers will make a flight with their
flying machine Saturday June the 18th,
2 p. m. y .,, ,
Tour -Eyes Slay Euit Ton, but perhaps
your glasses do not. With my glasses. I
guarantee satisfaction. George Ruben-
stein, reliable optician, 189 Third street,
opposite Baker theatre. , - ...
Europe. Conducted ; party leaving
Quebec August 12. Tour "Includes Pas
slon Play and ends at Munich. Dunning
Co., 812 Chamber of Commerce bldg,.
Horse Baces Five good races, River
side Driving club at Portland Country
club track Saturday, June 18. Admis
sion 50 cents, Including grandstand, .
-Old Jewelry Wasted. Will exchange
new watches,, diamonds and Jewelry foi
old Jewelry. Uncle Myers, Collateral
Bank, 71 tth, between Oak and Pine.
' Steamer Jessie Harklns, for Camas.
Washougal and way landing, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at X d. m.
Blx Bnootev Bill to r44 'mil
Irwin, known as ysix Shooter Bill" to
the police, will go on trial tomorrow In
the municipal court On a charge : of
robbing J. O. Lund, a blacksmith of Es
tacada of money. Jewelry and a package
of valuable papers. Irwin'a trial, at
tha request of counsel, was- postponed
until tomorrow by Judge Bennett In the
tu nrathura An Incorporated Don
P. Rea, Robert Rea and A. E. Hammond
hti filer! articles of Incorporation of
Rea Brothers, Inc. capital stock $5000,
for DroKerage, contracting ana mercan
tile business. .: - -.
' Orand ulcnlo Elven bv the Court Scan-
dla Social club at Rohses park, Sunday,
June 19. 1910. Foresters cordially in
7r Bponsre ana rreea Tour Cloth ,
all for $1.60 month. Main 614. A-4S14
Wagona run everywhere, Uniqua Tailor
ing Co, 809 Stark. '
awiwifj imwij m,fjm ivuvwe ma-w
we nave a number or positions we can
offer you. ? Olds, Wortman & King.
James Oarlck 8 Co, the house mov
ers; removed to 180 East Water street
Phnnn Vaat till. "
V. P. Toung, the Quality Shop 290
Morrison at Hosiery Kthat wears, 26c,
S5e and iOc.
Gramma ' Graduates! Get a high
grade dictionary tree. Call on Behnke-
Walker, the leading bUBlness college.
W. Ju Wis and associates, painless
anHt Tlilril nrl Waahlnvtnn.
Beer $1 dozen delivered to your home.
Spring valley Wins Co.
B. P. Young, 209 Morrison - st The
strong Wd glove man. ."
Br, S. CL Brows, Eye-Ear. Mareuam.
UmI Ue at Wooaters', 408 Wash.
That is our record, and it means something to you when you .
buy a pair of shoes. The keen, discriminating man or woman
looking for all-round QUALITY in shoes will come to us,
knowing that our long experience will give them offerings as
sound and square as the'shoemaking world affords. Our cus
tomers know the ADVANTAGE of this experience. ' - .
.and 02.50 SHOES
Made on stylish and' splendid-fitting
lasts, they "have that classy look which
you do'not expect to find in the ordinary
shoes at these prices. We offer you an
unusually large selection, both in styles
and leathers 'Pumps: Oxfords", Boots, in
patent colt, gunmetal, suede, vici kid,
either blacker tan, splendid values, every
one of them, for only $2.00 and $2.50
Tiiafs (Eccd '
02.50 ainsl 03.CO
Each season our line of Men's Shoes has
all the NEW, things that axe GOOD, and a
large selection of the best patterns and
models. ; Well-dressed, keen men appreciate
these values, for they are the "COME-BACK-FOR-MORE
KIND." High or low
shoes, hand-sewed .soles, in all the new
leatherspatents, gunmetal, Russia tan, vici
kid, etc. -and the price is only 82.50 and
. .. :( -1
2:3-.2 r.:onRiON, near second
O t i O 4i j-i i. i-i k . ii. iJk L -3 1- 3 i
Establiditd 3 Years as tha Leading East Sida Department Store. . .
Ensr nonmsou street i coriIer union meuue
ALL I.10RFJSON .BRIEiaE CARS PAS3 OUR DOOR
Our annual White Sale opened last week during the Rose Festival, and in spite of the holi
day spirit our store was crowded with buyers all week. "This .sale will continue all this
month, and the careful buyer, the one who is looking for a real white sale, will do well to grasp
this opportunity. ; Following are a few of our special offers:
" . v f n y-N these prices will solve your trouble.
V) Vl( I) ' Bys' Knickerbocker Suits at $3.65
T.i P S . ' ' Quality Suits in swell new summer styles that
A most remarkable clearing out sale of odd will' make him "look "like a little man." Light
lots in men's spring and summer suits.' Splen- and medium colors, carefully tailored 'perfect ,
did qualities, stylish, well tailored and bound fitting. Some of these suits have two pair,
StolsRe of knickerbockerparits; fine assortment, sizes :
Uk t , ' S $ 8,5 ' $l5,i and t0 8 to 16 years; $4.50 and $5.00 values 9 nr
Another remarkable saving is offered to the Corduroy Knickerbocker Pants 98c
men pf Portland in all wool worsted and cassi- wdl made and at the' same time full of
mere Suits, elegant patterns and right - m ;to je ; extra quality, strongly made, light
?tmifw m fVni Ja,J"ng" or dark co ors ; vefy full cut ; $1.25 and AO
' j tt . . , Shoes that speak with strength and durable
Men s fine ; ribbed Union Suits m summer wearing quality ; satin calf, lace style, exten-
weightSj. well made, French neck, per- iQ si0n soles that give a natty, swell' appearance ;
feet fitting; all sizes; 75c values for,. HtUC all good leather; good styles, lasting (tr
' , , .'' , , , ,; . " , quality; best $1.25 to .$1.50 values at VuC
Men, wear a fresh, new muslin Night Robe,
either with or without collar, carefully made, Dongola kid blucher style shoes,' carefully fin
good full length ad width ; comfortable, splen- ished with attractive patent leather tips, ex
did quality; all sizes, 15 to 18; best 75c grade tension soles, solid leather and very service
cut in accord with our other sale prices" J a able; latest styles ; all sizes, 8 to 2. aq
to only ... . . . . .... ...... . . ... Values to $1.50 cut to. . . . ... i ..... , . . )OC
Great Bargains in Our Ladies9 Department
"A Dollar Saved h a Dollar Made" .
Ladies' Wash Skirts
' Silk Petticoats
U and $4.50 values cut to $2.S3.
A large assortment of ladies'
Silk Petticoats, beautifully
made with 12-inch ruffle and
dust ruffle ; finished carefully
and made very full,: "A splen
did offering, with choice of col
ors. A big bargain dA Af
at only ............ d&.Vd
A Bpeclal offer in Ladles Wash
Skirts in blue, tan, shepherd
check and white. Well made,
button trimmed and pleated ;
$1.50 and $1.75 qual- (" r
ity at only . . ..... .. ) Jl . I J
Silk Dresses Only
$12.50 and $i5M
Some beautiful models in one
piece Dresses of silk taffeta ;
choice of colors -tan,' wistaria,
navy, reseda and black ; beauti
fully made with net yokes and
Carefully finished in the newest,
pleated styles. Extra big val
ues for only $12.50 and $15.
Splendid Shirtwaist Offer
White lawn, neat, natty and attractive, in a
variety of styles and newest patterns. They
draw comment and admiration at once. In
this extensive ' selection are chanteclers and
many others, tailored, tucked with plait or
coat opening long sleeves ; ' extraordi- A rt
nary $1.50 quality cut to. ....... ifoC
- See our attractive window display.
I Special In Silk Gloves
Ladies' 2-clasp Silk Gloves of quality, black,
white, tan, gray, navy, double tips, JJA
pure silk, per pair................... OUC
35c Corset Covers Only 29c
A splendid opportunity to purchase your sea
son supply of Corset Covers. Daintily made
of fine . quality nainsook, with lace and em
broidered trimmings. "All are'made good full
length and neatly finished. . A great
25c Ladies Hose 19c
Black and tan, high spliced heel and double
sole. - Your feet will find pleasure if your ho
siery is selected here. 25c value at, per A '
pair, only ltlC
June Carnival Sale of Muslin Underwear
$U5 MUSLIN GOWNS ARE REDUCED TO 85e. The quality and workmanship care
fully wrought. ', These dainty styles will heartily please and delight. Made of , fine quality
cambric, daintily trimmed with fine lace and embroidery, in either round or V-shaped ()
necks. Very attractive, pleasing" and serviceable ; $1.25 values only. . . . . ... .... . . . QoC
Saturday and Monday Specials in Bargain Basement
Jelly Glasses 19c Dozen
While Wonder Laundry Soap 3c a Bar ,
White Wonder Soap is made from pure vegetable oil, per-,
fectly free from anything that -will injure the finest fabrics ;
softens the water and bleaches the clothes. Not more than
10 bars to a person. No phone orders for soap.
Regular 30c to 35c a dozen cut
down, to 19 a dozenl Com
plete, with tops. '
Let All Persons Take Care of Their Teeth
Setter health will b their Tewwrd. If your teeth are Decayed, have them
attended to afrour office by SB WXTJU1, or one of our expert , Workmen who
are skilled In DR. WYTHE7S system. ,
We KNOW what to do and how to do It That's why all our work Is posi
tively PAINLESS. That's also why all of our work ts GUARANTEED to give
lasting satisfaction. Popular prices that are within the reach of everyone are
charged. . .h.v.j
Coupled with our Incomparably low prices for dentistry of guaranteed relia
, blUty is the fact that we do not expect the pay until the work Is satisfactory
t0 SET OB TOTOTH THAT WITjTj BB A CREDIT TO OUR OFFICE, DOUBLE
BTTCTION, PATENT ATR CHAMBER, NON-BREAKABLE PLATES, NATURAL
COLOR, PERFECT BIT GUARANTEED. A FULL SLT S8.00. :
rna qxtalitt or'oxm work zs otts best zsxxxssEmivx
PI AmVraklnjr a special.
of lK)rceaia Bridg-e-
This Is without doubt
the most beautiful and
, v lastina- work known to
wora.-.. a win Jha I aental science. SDace.
where one or more teeth
have been lost we re
place to look so natural
that detection is impos
sible. Ask to BAA num.
work. AU. donUU W
i7 finuimicj vi irom 11
to 20 years' experience.
148 Fifth t., opposite
Meier & Frank's Fifth
- Street Entrance,
Honrs, 8:30 to 6:00; Bandars, 8:30 to 8:00. Xrady assistants Always In Attendance
Little Ads in The Jcnnial Cost" But Oao Cent "aVoi-J
i w v ' r ri i -fiii i
Pat. Mat., 2.".-1. po,-. Wn"
In the One Act ilu-
snai Faroe, "A
Session at School''
Matinee everv dav. t-.ia- m
Evening performances, 7:30 and9:n;-
yni., iao; iowr nr., zap; hnx pr-fin fiiv.
11 I 1
Lrt'P ,i d.- : i
, Extraordinary Enjrnrwnient
43taroi,o am ku i-taro-Tisa
- FAMTHi-A. AJUO tEOJAjtJJ d
Joe Morris and Courtney an Jeanette
. .Edwin Keogh and Helen Nelson in
"A VaudevUle Surprise" .
L Y R I C
Seventh and Alder Streets
' All Wlt. IxfirA l)llv O-Ull n m
Zdw, Armstrons; Musical' Comtdj Co,
"nr GAY FASIl!"
Two Performances Nlghtlv, T:45-9 tS
Trlday night, Chorus Girls' Contest
y? ' ( tlAT. ETTBT EAT
SaffuN) THEATRE "
AnnabeUs Whitford, in a ereat Slnglns
Novelty, headlining; a bill of fine
. feature acts.
rars scshto AmrsrnrEjTT paex
1200 rEET ABOVE TitE CIT Jf
Moral, High Class Attrartlons.
BEAUXirUI. COLUMBIA RIVEil TSX?
$25,000 new attraction.
SCENIC BT. OHS KILE LOKO
Come and enjoy yourself and seo the
greatest view in the world. No liqunr
for sale or permitted on the grounds.
AMXTSESffEJTT IABX . '7r'
LI BE RATI
AND HIS FAMOUS BAND
Every Afternoon 6:30. 'Evening S:30
MAST OTSEB ATTSACTIOWS .
. Admission to Park 100.
Cars from all parts of city; change
East Water and Morrison streets.
5 Oot et twn doodH
lean h (heir fAmi
nd brilerork ft
!nh4 la cue d
;Wwili(tiyy8 a o4
, 22k fold or prrcsi-i
wmior , $3.f 1
- 'loUf Crews 6.M
Goid Filiinw 1.(3
EmmI Fillings It 1
;Siiw rmings .3
I Inlay Fillings S.v l
, ,- 4 Bt Ril Fub
n nm on jun n nmm
bar FUtte 4.1 3
I WORK GUARANTEED rOW IS YFft ?
slnlow tsti-MtloB free when p!torbriii78 H
ordered. CVmonltntion Free, yoacnnoff"tboM .$
Jilnlew work don nywher. Ail work full r
ntMl. lioderaelrictrioeqaipme&t. Bet ntauw
rBrWH.&Ti. POllTLANO OKiiCCfl
fc'?i08BDM: AIL te IMC tvOtSK tJU
The ' cost of Interments have been
greatly reduced by the Holman
Heretofore It has .been the custom of
funeral directors to make charges ror
all incidentals connected with a fu
neral. The Edward Holman Undertak
ing company, the leading funeral di
rectors of Portland, have departed from
that custom. When casket is furnlslied
by us we make no extra charges for
embolmlntr, hearse to cemetery, outside
box or any services that may be re
quired of us, except clothing, cemetery
and carriages, thus effecting a savins
of $25 to $.75 on each funeral.
THE EDWARD HOLMAN
930 TBXXO STH C03t. BAlllCX.
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.COOLEST HOTEL IN M
1 NEWYORK W
FIFTH AVE AT CENTRAL PAKft
SUMMER GAB.DET4 AND
fJfED ffntRRT MANAC1NO DIRECTOR
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Medical BldR. 310 AUor Et.
1 Vjl wi C c onfess YOU
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Comt!rte Une of Mt.iiiAry,
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PLUMESDyio 313 ALDER ST., CQ,t.
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