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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 0. 1811.
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TOXICIirS AMUSEMENTS y
IIElMO-Janeex O'Nell 'end Charles
Cartwrleht in The Uly."
BUNGAMiW Lyrlo Mu.loal Cmdjr
comnnv tn "The Policeman' Ball.
BAKEK John Falnr-olle. UPP0"
stock company la Th Qreat Dlvl
ORI'HIiUM Orpheum Circuit Vai
villa.;- ' v i '
QKAND tfulllvan A Coneldine, vaude-
jres, 11 a. m. to " P-
STAR. ARCAHR. OH.
I Wrathrr Condition!.
- The noMbwttttrn .high pressure field
, covers th jrreater portion of th I'cino
'"'er.e ovrlles the country east
MI.nlK.lDrl rivet Oulte.tow pressure
' obtalni vvrr te central portion oiine
country. Precipitation ha ocourred D
northwestern a.hlnaon nortbweatern
"Montana, southern Irtijho. Nevada, Knor,L
'.ern Utah. Colorado. Wyoming
Wisconsin and "MlcWan.
'tonus were reported "front s herlttan,
,,Wyo., North platte. "? Hi'if i
.Marie. Mich. , The weather U cooler la
western Montana. Idaho, the northern
nortlone of Nevada and Utah, and west.
'em Bouth Dakota; and it is warmer tn
t aouthweHtern UUh. In tb central por
tion of ttt MlaMaalppL valley. ;ndn
the middle Atlantic atatea. On the i Pi
1 clflc alope and along the south AtintWi
' coast temperature are below normal,
and they are generally above normal
ticularly in c
t tipper Dortlone or in iiin v '"""'i
Wisconsin, 8u Lawrence - valley
, north Atlantlo atatea. . - .
Condlttona ara lavoreble for fair
weather tonight and Saturday in outh-
ern Washington and Oregon, wnlle
, showers are . Indicated for northern
Washington and Idaho. Warmer weather
la expected for tonight In southeastern
Idaho, and generally weaterly wlnda will
w- forecast.' i v'v
Portland and vlcinltyTelr tonight
and Saturday: northwesterly wlnda.
. Oregon Kalr tonight and Saturday)
northweeterlv wlnda. .t
Waahlnirton Fair aouth, showers
north norUon tonight and Saturday;
southwest to west winds.
Idaho Showers toninrht and Saturday;
warmer aouthweat portion tonight
-T Ceo. Hasan's ', Hotter Dlea- The
friends of Attorney George W. Hasen
1 and his famHywlll regret to learn at
' the death of a Is mother, at Erie, Kansas,
..this morning. Mr. Hasan and his son
i David but recently returned from Kan
sas, where they nt to aee the mother
and grandmother ' Mm. Hasonepent
summer here a few years ago. Mr.
Hasen was In her eightieth year and I
alnc the death of her husbandv mada
' her home at Erie, Kansas, wltfi her
only daughter. Mrs. Judge Wells.
Oriental Bugs If you do not look
through our large stock when ready to
i buy you will certainly pay more. W
guarantee every rug we sell perfect,
and undersell alt other' dealers at all
times. We hare place our goods In
the finest homes In Portland and the
. northwest and .have yet to find a dis
satisfied customer. All we ask Is an
Inspection of onr goods, our prices will
do the rait Cartoalan Bros, lm Dorters
of oriental rugs, 471 Washtngtoiwiear
..ThlrtMnth atrMtt. -
Juvenile Court Busy. Last month
' waa a busy one for the Juvenile court
officers. The monthly report shows
that sixty children war brought Into
court. Of - thla number 41 wore boys.
There were to under 10 years of age
and nine ov II years.' Truancy waa
tha cause t.f the: largest number, and
II boys and girls were brought befora
the court for thla offene. Thera war
14 new caeea placed an probation..
Ivanlng- Wit Teanyson The College
club will hold a Tennyson evening at
Acsdemy hall Monday. June 12,
a'oloclc. Fifth and Mill atreeta. Thera
will be a delightful program rendered
by members of tha club. Including.1 ba-
Mmi marina- of mtnr extracts from
the works of Tennyaoo, several vocal
and Instrumental musical selections.
rommaiLeameBt BxeaolseaTha com
mencement exercises of Bt Mary"a
academy- will ba held at Chrlsteneen's
hall,. Eleventh and Tamhtll treets,
Thuradav avcnlnf. June- II.- at :ll
a'clockAwhen a large number ef gradu
ates will receive their diplomat. ;
rttttag eyea with proper glasses la
my specialty.- W make spectacles to
fit all sights. W pleas In quality
and in nrlca. i Oeorge Rubensteln, optl-
olan. 111 Third atraet, near Tamhlll
7re Oooktna; Pemaastratlon Herman
Wulff, professor, of cooking, ia giving
free demonstrations dally, I to I p.
on Great Majestic Range, at Wm. Gadeby
j Bona,. Washington,, cor. First u -
. Portland Featoaxd Co PuWIshera of
Rosa Carnival folders ana postcaroa,
111-111 LAimbermens bldg., wholesalers
only.' (W have picture of all tha deo
orated vehicle and autoa) ..'
' Vunday Baonrsion Cascade Locks,' tl
round trip. Btaamer , Bailey Oatxert
leave Aider street dock at f a, m, re
turn 1:19 p. m. .Phone; Mala 111, A
1111. ; ... ; .-
X Xeet and Beat strongeet eompetl.
tit Ion In the city on men's suits. Take
elevator and ave flO. Jimmy Dunn,
room 111, Oregonlan building.' ' -
Steaeaay Jesse Xarkina for Camaa
Waahougal and way landing, dally ex
cept Bunday. Leave Washington afreet
dock at a p. m. ; -. J ; 1
SUmoad Creosote moof Btalal-Ne bet
tter, too per gallon In I gallon can.
Portland Bash at Door Co., 110 Front, '
Oriental Bag at sensational low
prices. Atlyeh Bros removal sale.
Tenth and waanington aireeisv r'
IS DOilED FUNDS
Ipoasesslon and will Probably , whether thaCon the pilot schooner will
Nintll the supreme court has settled th . , , " .
Mimmiutnni 'in the meantime, how-
Wetkerbee Blcnardi i Oo agenta
Royal Insurance Co. 1001 Teon build
inr. Phone MarshaU 1771.
Trr the Btat Brewery's Rose City
bottle beer; unexcelled. Phone 8-fl4l,
East .417 :.- .. ' . ';, . .:
Oraad Oaralval Dane. Rlngler new
maple ball. 2d and Morrison, Saturday.
, A. Wise and aaaodataa, palaleea
dentist, Third and Washington. . ; '
Pre Kodak BoTeloplnf 114
Bunt Cln races, Saturday afternoon,
June II. - - '
Br. B. O. Brown, Bye, Ear. Marquam
The 'Bowers Grill
The perfect dinner table d'Bot and
la carte, the finest orchestra, the su
perior soprar.o Miss Ethel Lewis. The
celebrated Dan tone ioweu m. tteaiieia.
The perfect services-make the Bowers
grill the popular place to dine crowded
Horse race, running races, Saturday
afternoon, Jan 10, Country Club raoe-
track. Take Rose Oty Para car,
County Treasurer Refuses to
' Pay Qver Coin Until Court
: Settles Case. ,
Because of the faot that the port of
Portia-nd commission Question 1 atlll
unsettled, the county treasurer baa re-,
fused to pay any of the. sum In -hi
June II, when the lease expires. In
the matter of 140 extra towage for get
ting the schooner Mable 01 off the
mud at Westport recently, the commis
sion agreed to pay but they decided that
in future mill owners aire not to look to
the port of Portland for those extras.
Captain Orovea, superintendent of
dredge, reported that the Bt John
Shipbuilding, company . desired to buy
the hoisting engine removed from 'the
tug MoCracken and the commission de
cided that bids would be received on It
It was also reported that tharepalr to
th tag Wenona had been completed
and that ah would b ready for serv
ice again as' soon aa inspected next
week. . Th commission pays flT.IO a
month for rent of th wireless appara
tus en the pilot sohooner .Joseph Pu Ut
ter, but It has not been need aa the
law requlrea a man outside of the crew
to operate it ' Th apparatus will be
retained until after July 1, however, aa
at that tlma the law-requiring appara
tus on all passenger steamere will go
Into effect and it Is desired' to see
the . old commission 1 - nara
shape financially, aocordlng to report
made yesterday at their regular tnet-.
Ing. - In the matter' of 10 bond, eacn
valued at 11000 which fell due on June
1, there was but money, enonghrt re
deem 11. although there waa enough to
pay Interest on all of them. On the
April account there waa a total of 111,
000 not paid, while approximately 111,
90) carried over In May. , . ' .' A '
Aa It la expected that . the ease- now
pending In the supreme court will be
concluded by that time, it waa an
nounced that 0.-W. R N.. through
Captain Conway, auperlntendent of wa
ter llnea. bad extended the leaae an th
office at Ash street dock 10 day rrom
MILITIA - EXAMINATIONS
HOTEL PORTLAND MUSICS
During Rom Festival . week,; Herr
Faldcmar Llnd and bis , famous or
chestra, have been pleasing the patron
of th Hotel Portland with m high clan
musical each evening. Th orchestra
is positioned on th open-air .balcony
where the diners can bear th mualo to
advantage. Tbla Is a new idea of the
management and ha proven very popu
lar. The following 1 th program this
March, "TunlcuH-Funlcula" ...Roberta
Waktses. "Blue Danube" . ....Strauas
Overture, "Bohemian Girl" ...... .Balf a
Suite, "Cleopatra" ............ Oehmler
Selection, "The Arcadian, 4. Monckton
"Caprice Eapagnole" .Beaumont
Dancea from ,TNell Oywna'.... German
Grand, fantaaia, ."Lucia" Donlsetti
Serenade, cornet aoio , .otuuuer
Mr. Ben Drlscoll.
Selection, "The Kissing Girl'.... . ..
Harry Von Tllxer
Characteristic, "On Mobile Bay".Eenlel
.Oaks Musical Program
The following program will be given
at the Oaks In ths open air tonight by
the Oaks Park band, under the direction
of Philip Pel, and th Metropolitan
Opera company: '
Raymond, overture ...-inoma
Valae, "Tales of Vienna Woods". . . . .
Potpurrl, Die Judin Bchrelner
Operatic Numbera, Quartet
rrm. n I. Crema TobanI
Caucaalan Dance Da Demon. Rubensteln
abes In Toyiana ....nsroen
peratlo Numbers, Quartet. . ......
Get the spirit of real carnival dree
as the occasion demand., Th Chicago
Costume house , can furnish quickly
masks, fancy dres and all accessories
for makeup. Ill Morrison street, oppo
site Old. Wortman V Klng'a. .
Oregon Naval Body tlolda 'Meeting)
Go to Bremerton. , ' . ,
At a final . meeting of the Oregon
naval mUIUa held at the Armory Wed
nesday evening, the officer of the or
ganisation swore In the applicant who
had successfully passed the examination
for entrance, and assigned to their du
ties under tha different officers. Those
selected to go to Bremerton will meet
at the Armory next Tuesday evening and
will, leave on the Northern Pacific for
Seattle at 11 o'clock, under the com
mand of Lieutenant Humphrey. On
their arrival at Bremerton they will at
once go aboard the Boston, where their
outfit will be given them and they will
be instructed as to their various duties
aboard ship. . It la planned to reach As
toria sometime on Jun IT so aa to be
able to get the Boeton to Portland Bun
day afternoon. Lieutenant Commander
Jacob Bpeler, who Is now at the head
of the naval mill t la of the state, will
leave for Bremerton Bunday and will be
In command on the trip down.
a, m. Bteamer Rose City, from Port
Ban Pedro, June I. Balled Steamer
Bear, for Portland. Arrived Steamer
Despatch, from Columbia river. -
Aatorla, June 1 Arrived and left up
at I p. m. Steamer Golden Gate, from
8aa Francisco, June fL Balled at 10
p. m. Steamer westerner, for Portland;
at 11 p. m. Steamer J. B. Stetson, for
Portland. ..-''1, "
Hankow, June 1 Arrived British
steamer Beokenham, from Portland. '
Monterey, June . Arrived Steamer
J., A, Chanslor, from Portland.
Astoria, June I. Condition at the
mouth of the river at I a. m smooth:
wind southeast ,H miles; weather,
cloudy. - . " -'. ' ' " . "
..Tides at Astoria Saturday! High water
0:11 a, m l.l feet Low water
1:17 a. nt, 1.4 feet; 1:11 p. tn, l.t feat
ALONG TUB WATKTCFBONT
i - , ,
To land supplies for the lighthouse,
the tender Mansanlta aatled this morn
ing for Tillamook Rock.
Laden with 174.117 feet of lumber,
valued at 11,111,11, the Amerloaa
schooner Mlndoro, Captain Larson,
cleared this morning for Honolulu, be
ing under charter to the American Trad
ing company.' She will sign her crew
at Astoria, although they are practical
ly all aboard now.
Carrying II passengers and f 01 case
of cheese, the steamer Golden Gate.
Captain Ertekson. arrived thla morning
from Tillamook. ,
On her first trip to thla port tn sev
eral years, th steamer Aural la arrived
at Aatorla thla morning, at 1:10 o'clock
from' San Francisco, Bb will load a
cargo of lumber out ,
Twenty-four hours late because of
northwesterly winds, the steamer Ta
ho. Captain Maloney, arrived at Couch
street dock tbla morning from Sen
Francisco, She discharged II ton ef
powder at Martin a Bluff en the way ap
and arrived here with 100 tone of oe
ment and 111 tons of general freight
She will load at Aberdeen for her return
Weather" bureau reporta stat that the
Willamette river at Portland will re
main nearly etatlonary Saturday and
rise rapidly Bunday and Monday, reach
ing a stage of 11.1 feet Bunday and
17.1. feet Monday. Thla will catch near
ly all of the lower docka on the liver
front and preparations ara now being
mada by some of the occupant to move
to the apper docka. - - ' '
Astoria, June I. Arrived at I and
left up at 7 s. m. Steamer Saginaw,
fromSBsn Francisco. Arrived at 1:10 a.
m. Steamer Aurella from San Fran
cisco.' Sailed at 7:11 a, m. Steamer Al
liance, for Cooa Bay and Eureka. Sailed
at 1:40 a. m. Schooner Am, Bowden.
for South America. Arrived at 1:41
a. m. and left up at It noon Gasoline
schooner Wllhelmina, from T equina.
Ban Francisco, June I. Arrived at
F. W. Baltes
First and Oak
That's the wiy.our Furni
ture got from our factory.
We can surprise you with
, our prices and the grade of
our solid oak FURNITURE
Peters Mfg. Co
E. Seventh and Hawthorne
Sat upday Is CSilldtcis Pay all
PMIlIps Stupe CpMpan:
THE l ivfwjrp: SHnFMFlM ing SIXTH ST BET. WASH. AND STARK STS.
There are a ffreat many things carried by the big shoe store, tht sell every day in .the
year; but seldom find their way into newspaper print1 or window display. .
PROMINENT IN THIS CLASS IS CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR. Our stocks are
at their best and we want every girl and boy in Portland to see them. We buy
direct from the east, where style is everything and feel capable of supplying you
rUri..tii nmnr irinri nf fnrvtwpor fnr fhft -sMsmi, ; Don't forget Saturday at
Phillips where both quality and exceptionally low prices win oe
Phillips Shoes That Wear Never Rip or Never Tcnr
FOR THE GIRLS
MISSES' PATENT BLUCHER OXRDS
Made Goodyear welt, of a very fine grade
of leather, with high toe higrf arch x and
shott vamp. Something that will satisfy
the most, fussiest girl n town.
' Sizes 3 to 11 . . . . . . . . . . . .$175
Sizes ll1 lo2 ....... . . ... ..,$2.00
: GIRLS' TWO STRAP PUMPS
Made Goodyear welt, in patent and Rus-.
' sia leaihers. Thse pumps are of the best
material and in the latest styles.
Sizes 8 to 11 ...... ....$1.75
Sizes 11! to 2 ...$2.00
TOREE STRAP PATENT SANDALS
; Very soft and flexible sole.- "
Sizes 2 to5 ......... 7. ..$1.00
Sizes SYz to 8 i . ; . .$1.25
GROWING GIRLS' SIZES ?
Patent Oxfords in button and lace;, high
arch, high toe, short vamp and low heel;
Sizes 2V2 to 6 . . . ... . . . ; . . .$2.00
- WE'VE" SHOES FOR CHILDREN
people.: Dress Shoes, play shoes,. In Ox
ford ties and sandals, durable black and
tan; leathers, of the right isort, and jrjght
prices. . " t y?: ''v ,
FQR THE BOYS
BOYS' BL'UCHER OXFORDS
Made Goodyear welt, in patent, gunmetal
and Russia tan, with high heel,xhigh arch
and short. The nobbiest styles of the
season. . - ? .
Sizes 8 to 13V2 .:....i....... $2.00
Sizes 1 to 5Va .... .. .A. ... .; .$2.50;
MlifCE, THE PHILLIPS BOY
A line of Shoes that has no equal, made
in both high shoes and low, with high
toe. hieh arch and short vamps in patent;
I gunmetal and Russia tan; a dress shoe as
well as every aay.; ine Diggesi snap m
the shoe history. , - -
Sizes 8 to 13: .$1.50
Sizes. 1 to 5Vf... .', ....... ....$2.00
1 BOYS' BOX CALF LACE -A
school shoe that has them'; all-beat
Sizes 8 tq 13 . . . . . . . . .. . . $1.00 1
Sizes 1 to 7 . . . . . . .... . r . .$1.50;
THE CLEAR THING FOR HOT
Boys' canvas shoes that are cool and rest
the feet. . -fr. ?
Sizes12 to 5Y2 . S .A . . .$1.00
? rlwewaiS to come itf
a ftjpk at . our -display ; window; ? The goods spealc for themselves." J?f ? V .
AFTER YOUR TRADE
The Livewire Shoemeh.
109 Sixth Street, - Betweeiiaslioi. JStark1
'TleEast SidePeople's Store" 388-390 E. Morrison St., Near Grand Ave
Imterestt to Visitors1
Thousands of thrifty thinking Portland shoppers are acquainted with and attend our big1,
SATURDAY BARGAIN EVENTS. For the strangers within our gates we have prepared
a list of mighty attractive sale items for tomorrow. EACH SATURDAY WE SLASH OUR
REGULAR LOW PRICES AND SACRIFICE OUR PROFITS in order to demonstrate the
reality of the economy of buying here-cut of the WEST SIDE HIGH RENT SHOPPING j
DISTRICT. . s
YouH find no fictitious val
ues in our advertisements no
fake business methods every
reduction quoted real and radical
At Big Savings
PMti1 Hooka and Eras.......
Honesty Iaun y Soap, It bra. 2j
jerrons xaicum jrowaer .....
8a Steel Carpet Tacks .......
Picture Hooka, each .........
Sink Scrubbing- Brushes .....
15c Tooth Brushes .....
ommon Pins, per packers...
Cf-l- it OeQH n m
kJLai Lo ul Jiju a. in. i
V : :
BjBBeBBJMsaaaBlBHaMMBw ' BBMaessaaBMBBBBBBaeBBejBMesCpSk
At Way Below Value
Persian ChsJllse, per yard.. ,44
Best Lonsdale Muslin, yard. .B
Pull width Pepperill Bheet'r 22
130 Outlns; Flannal, yard... 7
Largi Unen Towels 10
Extra else Bed Spreads. . -Sl.OQ
Amoskeas; Olngham, yard ....Re
IS He Curtain Swlsf, yard ....Hi
12 Ho Curtain Rodr. each . ...5.
All $2 and $2.25 -j ff
Tub Dresses for ip JL UU
10 dosen Wash Dresses suitable for street or house
wear. All colors In plain or figured stripes (t ff
and checks. The pick of the season's dress- J) I 'II II
es, go on sele durlnf this 10 days' sale at. j
Stockings, at the Pair '
First time lAhas been possible to secure a fine cause
silk lisle stodklnr in an extra else at less than rC
COe. pair. Wonderful value durlnc the big sale. HC
All slses at hilf rtg. juices tomorrow, the pair .
... . . S.
Boys' Percale, Galatea OCSr
and Chambray Blouses
tomorrow all slses In boys' Percale, Chara
Oalatea Blouses, pretty patterns, in O C
dark colors, llg-nt or heavy weights; gr
1 BOo grade, during this sale at only j
Sale Dressing Sacques O
at One Half Price . . . AnDfK
Great clearings of every short Dreaatng Sacque and Ki
mono at H price; 60 dos. fine flowered or crepe nfl
Sacques, long or short loose flowing sleeves; Xrf f.
vals. 60o to 86c, all siees; entire Uble full. ea.
Women's Best 25c
Stockings, at the Pair
A elear savins' of 10O a Pair on evt
chased. The best grade JBc stocking you have
ever purchased. In plain black or the new tan
naaes, aouoie spies, eiaatwiops. eases, pr.
every stocking pur-
We offer tomorrow all slses
100 pairs- 8hoes for boys and girls, faetory surplus ef a
J eastern eoneern. Boys' shoes of heavy f ff
rskln; girls' shoes In kid or gunmetal, all I VfLf
vies, lace or new strap sandals, slses to 4 f
Waists, 35c Kind for
Here ts an offer for boys' and girls hard to beat to do,
Perrls Waists, ideal summer garment splendid 1 ft
quality lean, with detachable buttons and hose I M(
supporters; regular 6o val.; all staes, on sale ".
Regular 50c Kind for
10 dosen Child's Rompers, the Brighton make; sold er
diea. all slses.
tomorrow and the days of the sale, the suit
erywnere at eoo suit, uome in oar oiue omy ,
a knockabout garment for the kiddles, an sis.i
100 sample Corset , Gov
ers. used as Travelers-.
umniM en the
Some are slight) y i
and mussed.' Not a
In the lot worth
less than 60c
Take your pick
Austrian -.---H tt a B
ping Baskets, large
and almost Indispensa
ble to the woman who
shop. They are : the
regular l$o 'kind. f
and are ' placed , on Jf
.eale tomorrow at w.
Japanese' ; Coolie H a t s,-
wlde brims, hign conic
al crowns ana
a feather, vary
Just - the thing for
garden or pic
nic. All slses.
our cholss at....
lilvll 5 -11 HC1 tulCld
XArsre sUed hemstitched,
for men. bleached and
unstarched. - A regular
lOo value for tomorrow
and the remainder
of this great sale.
eacn . . ............
tesssV . I.. i: " - 'eh as MsMa '
, In connection with the great sale and dis
"play of our Embroidered Pillow , Tops we
are oleased to announce that we have en-
'tff.i " : fTtt-TT tA TTtriWM ; J... I 4.1. m. CoVinAl A -art A rtoeinm nt
f2?CQ tnc services WI mioo nii'jn ajwvjajxav., giauuaic "vjw v ."..v. p. v
tockhohn, Sweden. ' Miss Lugten takes pleasure in giving instructions free to any pne inter
ested in 'art.needlework.,'M'' .va
PORTLAND'S GREATEST SALEOF FANCY PILLOW TOPS now on at our Of-
' gtore. (See window, display). $ Any design top and back tomorrow. eCoC
- x a a n n
Mala t eat A-4JM
Oeenra ak Htunf. -
MAT. . TOUAT, 8:16 TV'NkAiT trie.
The eminent actor JOK BAIJirOUS.
Riirrtorted br the Rnk.r Theatre Co. la
TXJi omaAT Dmon- as played by
Henry Uuier. guprb western play, mag-.
olflc.nt ecenle effects, gpeclsl summ.r
pries ISO, too. Matinee. Ilo all eeats.
Next week "A rarlslaa omno.
tii hat:, u
7th A Tajl.f
, rkesee SCaU 1 aad A-11M.
TOITOn i48 O'CXOCX
SpeeUl rrtoe Matinee remerrew,
', Zae tlsae Tomorrew Xlgbt.
' satzo suasco rmzaxarf
mm sWITIll, JlssslO gOipbslJs
Evenings: 11.00. 11.10, 11.00, tc, lOe.
Hat. Matinee, tl 0f 1. TSa, loo, I.e. ISe.
Matinee .every day, SMS. Two evening
iriormanc.s. s:it. Tne popular
LYRIC MUSICAL COMEDT CO, in
TKJ rOUOZMslaT'Si BAIL"
Nothlnc but lauaht.r and diurIc. New
songs, choruses, coatumes. All tne fa
vorite: West and Vack, Jeane Vletchar
and the others. Prices lie. I So. Mate.
tor. Chorus girls' content Friday wight..
f XAnr a a lea "
1 MA TOTS BTBBT BAt
JSirVa THKATRB tt--50-7t
Bdward Abies' ffaeeees, U Tried te Be
sTloe. The Bergere Blayers, Baymead
aad Cleverly, Belehalr BietAere, Albert
Mole. J arris aad Xarrlsom, Adeala, Ov
beeira, riotmree. BTealBg pvleee lee,
5a, BOe aad Toe. Dally aaatlaee, lee,
tie, BOo. Holiday watUeee aright yrteee,
AO This Week, ntsgerald's . -
Xlgkt Bngllsh JnggUag OUle .
Olivatte. tea Daxaend Dae. Oeoree Q.
Davis,' raatafeseepa the Kaateal Uppe,
cuuneroa aaa oayiera. Tare auuni.e
Olrla. yepular prlees. Matia eUlly. .
Oartala lOO. Ti0 aad too.
GRAND Week Jejie 3. Ull
THE US. A. BOYS
Bplegel m Dmaa
Matinee averv day. 1:11. anv seat lie.
Evening performancee at T:10 and t:lL
Balcony Itc; lower floor, 15c; box seats
. TxovsAirsa Biuosns
Fireworks Tonight, June 9
BAST ADDBS TBATVUB.
FREE BAND CONCERTS
Every Afternoon and Evening
UL VSUAZi BABJC ATTBAOTZOVS
Ad mission ....................... 1 D(
Children ............. .5e
Under six years ...............
Take Oars Tins aad Aides Bis.
BJCBB ATIOT 9AMX : '
Cor. Yaagha aad Tweaty-f ourta Sta. '
Gama bfln wek d&. 1:0. p. n. Sua
Jmm m.mn en. m TaA Am-wm A we wsa .
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Admission Bleachers tic; grandstand
ers, 10c; grandstand lae. Ladles' day
Friday. Boys under 11 free to bleach '
ere Wedneeday. ' '
Japanese JIu Jltau and 8umo Wrestling
..,'".' '' PrellmlnarleA 'Ay ;-.'":?'
Armory 1 0th & Davis Sts.
; iTDAT. mis t, sue 9. as.
Grand Carnival Dance
Binglert yew Maple Mall. Corme Bee
ond aad Morrison BtA, Saturday a p. m.
Heretofore It has been tne eoetom et
funeral directors to make ehargea for
all Incidentals connected with h
neraL The Sdward Holinan Undertak
ing company, the leading funaraJ dW
rectora of Portland, have departed from
that custom. When casket Is furnleh.d
by us we make no extra -charges for
mbolmlng. "'J 5tT?i;' 2UJ2!
box or any eervleea that may be . re
onlred of us. except clothing, eeo).try
anderlagee. thua effecting a aavtng
f to ITS on each funeral. ,
THE EDWARD HOUtAN
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Portland Printing Hcass Co.
Book. Catalog and CenuMselai
Book' Blading aad Blank Boo Staftxaft
388 Taylor St Phones: A228I. M 6201
High Grade Commercial and Eleetrio
Bast rtn and Bast Bverett Sta.
v rnoaee Bast UUi avsaat
SCllOOLS ; AND COWXOI.4
KXX.IB COLXiXOB, Bear Oaklarl, CU
Tha Unly wvommn ivii' " vi, v " .
clflc Coast Chartered 15. Knirdn-
and graduation requirement c(u-j
those Of Stanford and Unlvor!tr '
lfornla. Twenty-two drrtn.nt i ;
climate. President, Lu ' mv .
A. M.. WtC IK LL. I . I'"
addr.se Secretary. Mli Is . . .