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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1011.
. HETLIO Julia Marlowe
thorn In "Rom and Juliet"
8AKKH John Salnpolla,
Lyric Musical Lomior
T I tfAM. .... DBAaainv "
atnnlr immnuf 1 n "fltrofirhnart.
ORPHETJM Orpheum Clroult Veude-
..in. . .
ORAND Sullivan A Consldlne, vaude
STAR? ARCADK. OH- JOT, TIVOU
First run ploturea, 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.
A moderate high pressure overlies the
pper Mississippi ana Missouri vh.t
and another U over tha ocean off tha
north Atlantlo coast Ovar tha southern
states and tha Pacific eoaat tha praaaura
la about normal. A mark ad oppression
la central ovar tha Lake re Ion, and ona
of modarata Intensity overlies tha Great
Halt Lake basin. bliowers and thunder
atorma have occurred In 'southwestern
Idaho, New Mexico, and In tha cantral
Mississippi valley and western iase
.region. .Light ralna hava alao fallen
, In northern ..California, aouthwaatarn
, Oregon, Nevada, northern . Michigan,
, Kentucky. Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Th weather la much warmer In south-
'' weatarn Idaho, and oAuthwestern Colo
rado, ana la 10 to 11 degrees cooler in
, -' aoutheaatern Naw York and eaatarn
, Maine. Except In Nevada, California
and Arliona, tamperaturea are abova
. aormal throughout tha entire country.
Conditions 'are favorable for generally
fair weather In this district tonight and
' Thursday, exoept la southern Idaho,
where ahowara and - thunderstorms are
Indicated for tonight Lower tempere
, turaa will obtain tonight In aouthwaat
' Portland and vicinity: Fair tonight
and Thursday. Northwesterly wlnda.
Oregon and Washington: Fair tonight
and Thursday. Northwesterly wlnda.
Idaho: Fair north, ahowara and thun
. deretorms south portion tonight; cooler
southwest portion. Thursday fair.
XOod Blve aoad. County Judga Clee-
ton and Commissioners Llghtner and
Hart will start on an Inspection trip of
tha Hood Blver road tomorrow morning.
The trip will take two days, and will
also Include other roads In tha eastern
part of tha count. Tha county court
plans on completing tha Hood Blvor
road this year as far as Multnomah
falls. Work began at tha first of the
season at Bridal Vail, and Is being
pushed as rapidly as possible. Hood
River count is working on tba other
and of the road, which will make a
direct' thoroughfare from Hood River to
named delegate from this atata by Oov
arnor West to tha national conference of
inariuea ana corrections at Boston,
Juno T to II. Just prior, Juns to 7,
Mr. Kllpack will attend tha convention
relating to truant, dependent backward
and delinquent children, alao at Boston.
Later ho will sail for England to visit
relatives and observe tha methods of
handling delinquent children there, v .'
Contrasts PlaeAT. A." Ketehum, ' a
grading contractor, who Is working on
Lombard street near University Park.
wag fined 110 this' morning by Judge
Taj well after having been convicted of
cruelty to animals. lis was arrested yes
tsraay morning by Patrolman Tan af
ter a wordy battls In whloh Ketchum
threatened to lick'' the officer. Sen
tence was suspended on "tha charge of
using prorene ana abusive language.
Lot Beads Attention-A lot reported
to bo owned by Judge Henry McGinn at
tna northeast corner of Thirteenth and
uusan streets was reported to laptem
of Polloo.Baty thla morning by Patrol
man 'Hanson as being in Dead of atten
tion. Weeds and refuse are said to cava
acoumuiated on this lot until It is ox
nog for Damages The d amass ault
or rets Stefanoff against ths Utah
construction company to recover MO,-
000 for injuries alleged to have been
sustained while ho wss at work for
the company on tha lino of the Oregon
Short Llna is being tried before Judge
Bean in tha United State circuit court
mil Over Damaged AteThe cult
of W. J. Zimmerman against the Ore
gon Haasam Paving company for in
jury to the former's automobile when
It ran into a hole at Broadway and
Ninth atreets Is on trial today In tha
circuit oourt before Judge Catena; The
machine Is alleged to have been dam
aged to the amount of ill..
totters ami realists' , Meeting
Mothers and teachers of tunnyslde will
meet la the Sonnyslde publls school
Thursday at 1:11 o'clock. One of the
features of the meeting will be fire
drill by the pupils. There will be aa
exhibition of children's sewing, man
ual training work and - gymnastics.
Song will be rendered by the pupil.
Dr. T, B. TeeJraxe at the Second Bap.
tiat eharoh. East Seventh and Anksny
tresis, loaay i p. m. ana t:io p. nv,
Wednesday 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. and T:I0
p. m. Bring the sick and crippled and
drunkard. Healing of the Lord free of
cnarge. . . '.
, eaesseesaBasaan " '
Thomas to Speak George II. Thomas,
Democratic candidate for mayor, is an
nouneed as the epeaker of the day at the
Progressiva Business Men's luncheon In
Rtohards' restaurant tomorrow. Chester
W Hars will preside and he will be in
troduced by A. K. Clark. -
Oomnoa la Short Session The city
council held a special session this morn
ing, lasting but. two or three ainntea
The purpose of the meeting-was to
approve the pay . rolls for clerks and
Judges of the primary election.
. 88, 40, 48 lack, cloth lined, brass
bound steamer trunks, regular 111, lit.
111. Ill, your choice, any also. It. Peer.
lass Trunk Co.. Eleventh and Washing,
We Alleges Cm ait cruelty for two
years Is what Sarah C Weetherall
charges she reoelved from James P.
Weatherall in her divorce suit filed
this morning in the circuit court She
atatea they were married In HIT at
Montloello, Ark., and everything went
wen m the family until two ears ago.
wnen ner nuabaad beaen abuslns her.
She sas this has continued each day
unui u occame unbearable. . .
Votef ewayf . Tou bad ' better get
our trunk or case now while our sale
Is on. Everything at coat Peerlaaa
Trunk Co Eleventh and Washington.
XMH B. Marks, ths ertainal boostsr
ror boss Festival Interior and exterior
decorations and novelties, . Salesroom.
ti Washington st. Mala Ilia.
Take advantage ef'our closing out
sale. Everthing going at cost Peer
less Trunk Co Eleventh and Wash
steasaef Jesse - Xerklas for Cams a.
wasbougal ana way landings, dally X'
apt Sunday. Leaves Washington a treat
dock at p. sn ,
Diamond Mouse Paint None better.
Il.tf per gallon. Good paint brush. Tie.
Portland Sash Door Co, tit Front
Far Sale Immediate removal, two
story .good frame building. Phone M.
w. A. wise and associates, salnless
aenuais, Tnira ana Washington.
Ye Oregon Grille.
A name synonymous with all that's
high class. During tha past six years
ws nave established an enviable repu
tatlon as purveyors to those who enjoy
the very best the market affords. Our
musical programs also are of such a
character as to attract the music lovers
of Portland. Tha famous Italian vio
linist, Pletro Marino, and hie aeleet or-
1. - a i At i a v
CntOVireft Bis I 111 SI WOfl.
The shoes without
buttons or laces
Parents Oct SliOO The aged father
- and mother of Mateo Dlliaso, deceased,
in Italy, will -a given $1200 on account
of the death of the son. An order was
allowed this morning in , the county
court to the attorneya of the adminis
trator to this affect Dillaso was em
ployed by W. E. Bole, contractor at
Calllo, and was 1.1 lied In the operation
of a ateam shovel. Dillaso came to
America two years ago to make his for
tune, and bad bean sending all his earn
ing to hie parents In his fatherland.
The', contractor compromised the claim
Incurred over the accident.
To Widen Alder A petition to widen
Alder street at Its intersection with
Washington atreet was filed In the city
auditor's office today. The petition it
signed by many large mercantile eatatH
lishments and other Interested property
owners. Including the firms of Olds,
Wortman &. King. Meier A Frank and
ihe Cornelius hotel. It recites that the
' proposed widening will be of great bene
fit to Alder street and upper Washing
ton street The improvement will la
volve the taking of property bordering
a small strip of territory bounded by
Washington, Aldsr and Nineteenth
THE BOWERS GRILL i'
Aa Innovation Ooauaenotag' Imae X.
In addition. to the a la carta menu
special dinner will be served dally
Ifm. until Thin. Charge tl.tl.
Monday, Wedneeday and Saturday,
, Beef Steak Dinner.
Tuesday and Thursday,
Virginia Chicken Dinner.
Rhode Island Fish Dinner.
v French Dinner.
Musical attractions extraordinary!
Ethel Lewis, the California Nighten
gale; Lionel M. Redfleld. baritone, and
J. W, Lewis famous orchestra I until
I and It until 11 p. m. a
Oaks Park Band.
Open air concert this afternoon and
evening, direction Philip Pels and quar
tet, rrom Metropolitan Opera company.
Overture. Tannriauser" ...... .Wagner
'The Prima Donna" Herbert
(a) Pisslcato Polka; (b) Valsa Silvia
Trio, Tauat" Gounod
Grand Potpourri, Opera "Die Judln"
' t Schreiner
-Turkish Patrol" Mlrhaalla
Polonaise No I Chopin
rand American, Fantaala Tobanl
ocal Solo ,
No hot air shots. Square deal policy.
Jimmy Dunn, 111 Oregonlaa building.
Elevator, third floor. - .
110 suits for 111.71; III suits, 114.71.
An Immense stock to choose from. No
big profits lacked on for the landlord.
On Diamonds, Jewelry, Ster
ling Silverware, Rich Cut
Glass, Dainty China, Plain
and Ornamental Clocks.
Just cast your eye on the
above head and subhead
then come to our RE
MOVAL SALE and see us
make good. You've only s
few days left to take us up
on the proposition.
- 286 Morrison St
New Address Yeon Bldg.
The Last Word
in Motor Car
Covey Motor Co.
21st and Washington
Ulf f If Iff IIIIIIII Illflllf III! IHf II IIIIIIIIJ
i Narflisi WsisMmIiqiiii I
m TL. J -.I 1 r r a : !
; CBMffOH I
Tanoonver Servloa. Effective Mon
day evening, June 6. 1111, and every
Monday evening thereafter, until further
notice, a steamer will be provided to
carry passengers between Harden Is
land and Vancouver, ' connecting with
trains to and from Portland, maintain
ing the regular weekday schedule, while
the ferry Is undergoing the required
weekly Inspection. This steamer will
only carry passengers, having no facili
ties for vehlclea or animals. The fre
quency of the service will also be Im
proved on the above date. See time
carda. P. R., L. A P. Co.
Calls Son Spendthrift Alleging that
her son, Joseph Curry, la a spendthrift,
Mrs. J. . 5. HUr;.flledV petition thla
morning with the county court asking 1 25
that she be appointed his guardian. She
aaya ha has been drawing his money S3
from tha bank at the rate of 200 a
These wonderful shoes afford
relief, relaxation and lasting com-
ion io au womanKina n vou
want to enjoy real foot ease if
-your feet hurt, burn, ache, itch or be
come swollen, from standing or walk
ing, you will find pleasant relief in Mayer
S Manna Washington Comfort Shoes. And besides they rive your feet
S u Z arm?-de !?oui buttons or laces-so you can slip them on or
-3 pffatwilL Elastic at the sides gives with every movement of the foot and
a insures a perfect fit over instep without binding. You will never learn
S3 what real foot comfort is until vou acmiafnt vmirsoif with t
S Washington Comfort Shoes. They come in all sizes and three heights.
I WARNING! suteyou settee genuine. There
I i IIm nV V Fm5fou8 imitations made to
I look like Mayer MafWuhinton Comfort Shoes, but
I they lack the comfort, wearing qualities, fit and style.
j The real Martha Washington has the name "Martha
Washington'! and the Mayer Trade Mark on the sole.
V comfort shoes offered you wit hout the Mar-
j tha Washington name and Mayer Trade Mark.
The best shoe dealers handle the genuine. If you cant
find a dealer write to us.
xnpack Hamad Delegate John O.!
Kllpack, special deputy of the Boys' and ,
uiris ami .uuieiy oi vregon, nas oeen
L. S. Auiplund, D. D. Mgr. 303 Wtshinfton St, Cor. 5th, Upatain
OMX WAS- Mf W V ti SIX
10 TXJUM. Uf rfJt 1 I X
Crowns. . ..
Crowns . . . .
Best Beak Beferenaas
We Are Alwajt Busy
Our suocess Is due
to the fact that we do
the very beat work at
very lowest d rices.
We depend on pa
tients for recommen
dations. Ask your.
neighbors about our
Painless Methods and
our oonscl entloua
Open livery Brenlng
Until a o'Olock,
rhonest Stala 1 and A-lltS, .
BHAKK8PKLi.REAJ BNOAOCMBNT. .
TWO PERFORMANCES TODAT
This Afternoon, t oX3ook
"BOBTBO AJTD XUIXST."
Tomorw eve. BOEBCSIABTT OT tlllCB)
FrL night. June S...TWEXJTX STTOBTTl
Saturday mat.. June . AS TOU UKB TV
Baturdav night. June S HAltXB
Prices, both evenings and matinees: Kn-,
tire lower floor II, baloonv, flrat rewsjd
?1.S0: next rows, II; following rowe
So; last i rows 60a Entire gallery fie.!
Cnrtaln rises at and I o'clock.
BUNGALOW THEATRE SSihffilj
Xala 11T and A-4a4.
Matinee every day. 1:4. Two evening.
Eerformances, 7:46, 0:11. The popular
TR1C MUSfCAL. COMEDY COMPAND
m "rata kabtabd raorsssom.'
Nothing but laughter and muslo. Newr
songs, choruses, costumes. All tha favor,
ltea; West and Vac It, Jeane rietoher and
the othere. Prices ISo. JJc. Mats JOo,
Chorus girls' contest Friday night. .
Main S and A-3SO)
Geo. It. Baker, Mgr.
Tonight all week Mat. Wed. and Safe
The eminent actor
Supported by the Baker Theatre Co. tn
xavusi wnna svr-
Aa played by Robert Edeaon.
Greatest of college playe.
Special summer prices J5o, (Oo, Mats
naea Iba all aeata.
Next week 'The Great Divide."
MAX . A lOOO
MATXBBB BTBBT A
a nui a na
! t 4 4
Will tell you they were never
bothered in the least when they
began wearing classes. We will
admit this sounds just a little bit
"fishy," but it Is a fact that hun
dreds ofpeopls SEE so much bet
ter and FEEL so much better that
the .first slight annoyance of
wearing glasses is lost sight of in
the perfect vision - obtained and
the relief from headache and con
stant strain on jthe eyes. X just
fit glasses and X know how.
DR. C. I. HAYNES
Salts 437 Marqaam Building
rorBxx rzooB . -
F. MAYER BOOT & SHOE CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.
Western Branch; Washington Shoo Manufacturing Company, Seattle, Washington.
Portland Printing House Co.
Book. Catalog and Commercial
. Pvtnfnrt "
9ook BlaAing and Blanr Book Making.
I' m Taylor SL Phones: A 2281, N 6201
1 I ..1. IH
i . ; ........
traw Hat Day
And this is Portland's straw hat storebrim
ming over with the cleanest,- classiest straws that
ever came .to town panamas in every shape, J&5
to 30 every braid, weight and shape that is
aristocratic other straws designed for hot
weather head comfort priced from $3 to $10.
"Where you get the best"
On Washington, Near Fifth
VotelOO X Yes
South Portland Bridge
City Election June 5
Xiooatloni Bleade Street-Woodward Arenne fZllaworth Street)
DT,ir' A TZV7 Portland's rapid growth in popu-
S-i - UiSCj UUon m the last decade demands
better facilities for trafflo and transportation. Ths same number of
bridges are In existence now, with a three-fold Increase of population.
existing overworked bridges.
The construction of the bridge
would relieve the congestion of the
Rapid transit is essential to the
growth of any city.
Travel from the Fifth. Sixth and
Seventh wards would bs facili
tated and 10,000 inhabitants would be able to getto their buslners
Interests and work without the delays now encountered.
Safety of life and property In the
southwest and southeast sides de
mand It; the concentration of the fire apparatus of the Fifth. Sixth
and Seventh wards would make it possible.
Of the proteotlon of the harbor
would not be endangered. It Is
the consensus of opinion that no more bridges can be built between
the exlating bridges and the now contemplated one. The proposed
high bridge draw will sejdom be opened. (Paid Adv.)
soph Bart's "A Bight La a Tin
lsa Bath." Tarre! Tayla and eon.
any, Belie Adair i Hurray and XMaei
rarow Brothers James X. Calient O su
ra Japs. Evening; prices zsc, boo, boo
and 78c Daily matinee ISo. SSo, BOO. XCol
lday matinees Bight prices.
AH this week Extra The Ooerlta
Bisters, Xlaaseases do Parts Extxaordin
aria: Brooks and Carlisle r XUoyd and,
Waltehoase; The Tonx Black Diamonds
The Bewmans, Beary and Miller ( Pan
tageseope. Popular prices. Matinee dally,
2:30. T:80 and . - - 1
O RAIN D Week May 29, 1911
Boad Show Ho. S
The world's most
Barto and Clark
The XlUsons '
Graham gj BnnflaTt ;
Oondollev Band Oxandaeoope
. Matlne every day. 3;30, any, seat .Hoi
evening performances at 7:30 and t:18;
balcony loo, lower floor 85c; box aeata gOo. ,
Gennaro and His
Today : v
Issue of the Age! ftelatloA between
CAPITA ABB &ABOB XB
2 Tremendous Reels t '
At the ABOADB A Bomanr Tragedy, -
a Corslcan Vendetta, r
OK JOT The state line .Wests m
TTTOia The Temptress A Vampire
xxrxMxr , , coazi teas - ooxpajtt
to the East
STsSt .VVV lt- "
7al7, t, 3, 4, S. 8. li, 80, BS,
August S. 4, S, 14,, IB,' It, IT,
si. aa. si. aa as. so.
September I. 8, 4, 8, , T. xall
CHICAGO AND RETURN. ....... .$72.50 J
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN $70.00
NEW YORK AND RETURN ..... .$108.50 I
BOSTON AND RETURN. . . . .... .$110.00 I
ST. PAIIT. MINNP APHf f ninimi
mm ea S.WSSS1 ea w w m al ei w M m ft. VidV A -
OMAHA, KANSAS CTTy, ST. JOE AND
RETURN ..aw. ....... v. ....... .$60.00
rteen (Is) days for going naaaaW fin.l
a return anoint
Tickets allow fifteen
return limit October tl. Oo one way an
you wish, stop overs allowed within limit In each direction.'
Ride on the ORIENTAL LIMITED. through Standatd
and Tourist Sleepers, Portland to Chicago, In 7i hours with
8ervtee and seen err nniumuamt
Tickets and sleeping car reservations
Ticket Office, lit Third street. Portland, or at
BE, PTOXSOST, C. 9. T. A..
ABCB3BAUI OBAT, A. Ct. P. H P. A.
Feature Attractions , . : 1 ,
Russian Bandmaster and Director
OAZS PAJUC BASTS -
special soloists and Grand Opera quartet
of Metropolitan Opera company. NeW
niagara - jv aiis.'
The Ostrich Farm. Auditorium Norton a
Musical Comedy company. Every form!
of high olaas park attraction Admis
sion 10c Children 6a Under ( years fnte.
Take cars at First and Alder atreets.
Cor. Tangaa and Twenty-fourth Sts. .
PORTLAND vs. V:
SCAT SO, 31, JTBB X. 8, S, 4.
Games begin week days 3:00 p. m, Sun.
. dava 3:30 D, m. .
Admission -Bleachera 25c: grandstand
50c; boxes zoo exira. vniiaren, Diom n.
era. 10c; grandstand 25a Ladles' dty
Friday. Bnys under 12 free to bleach
ers Wednesday. .
Foster z KIcIccr
BJgh Grade Commercial au Elecfr'.j
Bast Tta end Bast Evern crs.
- Pkoaes Bast lllli u-k
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