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"THE MORNINQ OREBOHIAN, SATUEOA.Y, JDI-T 14, 1200.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
AMBRY'S WINTER GARDEN (Third and
Morrison streets) Concert nightly.
Cxtt Books "Wili. Be Experted.
Mayor Rowe has appointed Councilman
William T. Branch expert to examine the
hooks of the City Treasurer and Auditor,
and he has entered upon the discharge of
his duties. He will go ovor the books for
the past live or six years, or to the tlma
when they were last examined by an ex
pert. Mayor Storey undertook to provide
for this examination of the books before
he went out of office, by appointing "Wil
liam McKenzie export. The Council for
some reason did not favor this appoint
ment, and passed an ordinance authoriz
ing the committee on accounts and cur
rent expenses to appoint an expert to ex
amine the books, and another ordinance
providing for an appropriation of $250 to
pay for the work. Mayor Storey vetoed
the ordinance providing for the appoint
ment of an export, and signed the ordi
nance providing for an appropriation "for
paying an export, and thus had ?250to
pay his appointee Mr. McKenzie, how
ever, -never undertook the job of expert
Ing the books, it is said, "because he did
pot consider the remuneration provided
sufficient Mr. Branch is an expert book
keeper and has filled the position of City
Auditor, so Is thoroughly qualified for the
Presented With Gold Watches. Who
wouldn't be a Goddess of Liberty or a
Columbia to grace, a Fourth of July pro
cession? The joung women of Portland
did not seem inclined to accept these hon
orable positions last Fourth, and the
parade committee began to fear that they
would hae to send abroad for the neces
sary talent and beauty, but finally Misses
Lottie M. Sltfer and Mamie M. Kiernan
kindly ame to the rescue, and consented
to act. and thus relieved the committee
from further trouble. In order that they
may understand how highly their serv
ices were appreplated. General Summers
and the parade committee last evening pre
sented each of these young women with
a beautiful gold watch, appropriately In
scribed, the same being paid for out of a
fund subscribed by the parade committee.
It is not likely that there wjll be Any
difficulty in procuring a Goddoss of Lib
erty or a Columbia for the next Fourth
of July parade.
Stark Street to the Front. The
contractor for the Improvement ot Stark
street, from Third to Seventh, by laying
pavement of vitrified -brick, has com
menced constructing concrete curbs on
the block between Sixth and Seventh.
The completion of the Improvement on
Stark street will probably cause many
changes there. The street for some time
has been neither a business street nor
a residence street, and a number of places
along It have given it an air of "dlsre
spectabillty." The handsome brick block
constructed by H. W ""rbett at the
corner of Fifth, and another being erect
el by A. N. King on the opposite corner,
and a third to b6 erected in the same lo
cality by J. D. Coleman in the near
future, will go far toward making It a
business street and causing the removal
of the Chinese and other disreputable
haunts between Fifth nnd Seventh.
In Masculine Attire. Early yesterday
morning a young woman, giving the staid
and demure name of Jane Smith, -was
brought into the Police Station by Patrol
man Mott. She w as charmingly attired in
masculine costume, and that was ho
only offense she had committed against
the dignity of the city. From her ap
pearance she had evidently started out In
search of the flowing bowl and the crim
son wine, and In such a pursuit had
deemed spirits and feminine apparel "so
inconvenient." When arrested she shed
tears, and asked In -wonderment, "Is this
against the law?" She put up the $20
cash bail required, and was released. She
failed to appear at the time set for her
case and her ball -was forfeited.
For the Beaches. Time" card of
A. & C. R. R. Leave Portland 8
A. M., arrive Astoria 11:30 A. M Sea
side direct 12:30 P. M. Conneot at Astorja
with boat for Long Beach at 2 P. M.
Leave Seaside 5 P. M.. Astoria 6:10 P. M
arrive Portland 8:40 P. M. Connects at
Astoria with boat from Long Beach.
Leave Seaside 6:15 A. M.. arrive Port
land direct 11:10 A. M. Leave Portland
6.55 P. M-. arrive Astoria 10:3ft P. M.
Connects with morning boat for Ilwaco
nnd train for Seaside at 8:15 A. M. Sat
urday afternoon Seaside Flyer leaves
Portland every Saturday at 2:20 F. M.,
arrives Astoria 5:50 P. M. Seaside 6:50
P. M. Connects at Astoria with boat for
Ilwaco. Parlor :ars on all trains.
RrvBR Surveys Will Be Made. The
recommendations of Captain Harts,
Vnlted States Engineers, in regard to
making a survey of the dalles of the
Columbia, from the foot of The Dalles
rapids to the head of Celllo falls with a
view to the construction of a canal and
locks there, and a survey of the Snake
River from Lewlston to Rlparla with a
iew to Improving that part of the river
have been approved by the Chief of En
gineers. The Secretary of War has di
rected Captain Harts to proceed with
these surveys at once. Surveying parties
have been organized and outfitted for
these works, and will leave at once.
Maintaining Unsanitary Premises.
C. A. Tuhr, n German living at Front
and Clay streets, was arraigned In the
Municipal Court yesterday on the charge
of maintaining In an unsanitary condition
some cottages he owns on East Ninth
street. The complaint was made by
Health Commissioner Menefec, who as
serted that the houses were not con
nected with the modern sewer system,
and a number of cases of contagious dis
eases have been reported from the dwell
ings Fuhr pleaded guilty to the charge,
and -was given five days by Judge Cam
eron In -which to remedy their condition
or be sentenced.
Woolen Mill Incorporation. Articles
of incorporation of the Portland Woolen
Mills Company were filed In the office
of the County Clerk yesterday. The In
corporators are Fred, Carter. William
Walker and Raleigh Stott: capital stock
$90,000, divided Into. 9003 shares. The ob
jects announced are to construct woolen
mills and manufacture and sell all kinds
of woolen goods.
Will Close House. The members of
tho Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club
will have a celebration in honor of the
closing up of their old clubhouse, at
Tenth and Yamhill streets, this even
ing. There will be muslcr by a band and
a display of flreworics. Their new club
house at the head of Morrison street will
be occupied Monday.
Shall Fire. Yesterday afternoon the
fire department w-as called out to Storey
& Kern's woodyard. opposite the site of
Weldler's mill. The loose wood and de
bris about the place had caught fire from
the sparks of passing switch engines.
The fire was put out hefore the -flames
had spread far, and no damage was done.
Twin Dahlia. A large dahlia on tho
Siamese twin plan was plucked from the
yard of A. Sine yesterday. So heavy was
the flower that it broke its stem "by its
own -weight. Mr. Sine has a fine collec
tion of dahlias, but nevor before did he
get so much for his money from a single
For Ilwaco or Clatsop. Take the O.
R. & N. river line and enjoy the water
trip. Connection at Astoria for either
beach, except Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, when the favorite Seaside
steamer T. J. Potter Is in service as an
express boat, plying to Ilwaco direct.
The First Presbyterian Church, Alder
and Twelfth streets. Rev. William Steel
will preach Sunday morning on "The
Kingdom of God," and In the evening on
"The Friend of God." Evening solo
"Cast Thy Bread on the Waters," Mrs.
Amedee M. Smith.
The CnEAP Fares and excellent train
service of the Astoria & Columbia River
Railroad is taking everybody to the Sea
side. You may leave Portland at S A. Mv
and have a whole afternoon at the beach
and return the same day.
The Best Meal at Strouse's Restau
rant, 25 cents. '
The Best oup coffee and cake, 10 cents.
Strouse's Cafe, 223 Washington, between
First and Second'str'eets. s
23HINKS Wheelmen Need PRqTEcripjfr
Pedestrian have had many complaintsto
make about bicyclists and tlie necessity
of being protected from them, but A.
Maegly, broker. Is of opinion that bi
cyclists need tp be protected fjpp pe
destrians. He was endeavoring to Tide
his bicycle across the network of street
car tracks and curves at the Intersection
of Third and Morrison streets, a day or
two ago, and doing his best to keep from
being run over by Ihe cars, when two
women started to cross Third street.
There were cars before them, cars be
hind them, and cars all around them, and
they became nervous. One woman finally
yelled to the other, "Look out." and hhe
made a Jump backward against Mr.
Maegly, upsetting him and falling all over
him. Two cars camo near making hash
of them, but they were extricated and
their lives saved but Mr. Maegly's band
was quite seriously injured. The woman
could not see behind her, so can hardly
be blamed, but this did not make her
weight any less.
Fraternal Incorporation. Articles of
Incorporation were filed of the Fraternal
Sick & Accident Society. The incorporat
ors are Will J. Wlllsey, J. W. Simmons,,
H. H. Newhall. Frank S. Grant and Ham
ilton Meade. The objects are to provide
a fund for the benefit of members who
become sick or are disabled by accident.
Only those persons who at the time of
making application are members qt the
Modern Woodmen of America, the Royal
Neighbors of America and the ladles'
branch of the Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica can become members but It is pro
vided that the right of membership may
be extended to other fraternal and benev
olent societies that work under a lodge
Severe Sentence. Albert Brown, the
North End colored man arrested Monday
for resisting an officer and for rpamlng
the streets after hours, was fined $26 for
the first offense and $10 for the second.
When arrested by Patrolman Warner,
Brown had resisted the arrest, and the
defense attempted to convince Judge
Cameron that the arrest had been un
lawfully made without a warrant, and
that resistance under the circumstances
was not unlawful. Judge Cameron dif
fered both on the point ot law and the
policy of encouraging resistance to po
lice officers, especially in tho North End,
where the officers were harassed enough
Heard Nothing From Bids. The per
sons who submitted the proposals for get
ting the lightship Columbia off the beach
are becoming Impatient to learn to whom
the contract is to be awarded. The bids
were sent on to Washington long ago,
and the result should have arrived here
a week ago, but nothing hns been heard
from the department yet. J. H. Roberts,
who agreed to bring the craft overland
to Baker's Bay In 30 days, hopes to se
cure the contract, for, although his bid
was $35 more than the lowest one, the
time named forgetting the vessel afloat
ti as 30 days less than that named in the
House, in the Street. Mrs. Ann Cy
rett, a German woman living in Midway,
was arraigned In the Municipal Court
yesterday for living in a house in a
street. The complaint was made by C. L.
Hajnes, and" the case has been pend
ing -almost a year. The witnesses for the
prosecution were present, but Mrs. Cy
rett appeared without a witness on her
side. The case was put over untl Sun
day at 2:30. Mrs. Cyrett lives in a little
house, and all the defense she could
urge yesterday was that she did not
know it was in a street when she and
her husband bought the property.
Presentation. P. W. Stewart, who
will leave tomorrow for Ireland on a visit
to his parents, was presented byi the
members of Hassalo lodge of Odd Fel
lows last night with a handsome gold
charm, -suitably engraved, and bearing the
emblems 6f Odd Fellowship and the en
campment degree of the Patriarchs Mili
tant, of which he is an ardertt member.
Dr. Stryker made the presentation speech,
and, among other things, said the breth
ren had added a bow of green ribbon to
the colors of the order In order to insure
hlfl safe journey.
Swedish Officers Installhd. At tho
annual meeting tho Swedish Society
Nordstjernan Installed the following of
ficers for the ensuing termt President,
Gustaf Nelson: vice-president, Mrs.
Martha Wall; recording secretary, Mrs.
Gerda Swenson; financial secretary. John
Swanson; treasurer, S. Y. Llndsuist; li
brarian, Sophia Wahlstrora; master of
ceremonies, C W. Swenson: guardian, E.
Nelson: trustee for 18 months, jirs. An
Mat Raise Price of WooD.-Many per
sons have been taklnir time by the fore
lock by laying in their Winter's supply
of wood before the Fall rush in the wood
business begins. Some have paid $3 per
cord, some $2 15, and the very best old
fir wood has brought $3 25. It Is said that
dealers have agreed to raise the price
today to $3 50 per cord, but whether this
Is so or not remains to be seen.
Licenses for the Quarter. The
amount paid to the City Treasurer up to
Thursday night for licenses for this quar
ter was $34,357 7$. The total amount col
lected for licenses during last quarter1
was $35,375 0. The prospect is that the
license fees for this quarter will consid
erably exceed those of last quarter.
Will Leave Mount Tabor. J. C. More
land has sold his elegant Mount Tabor
home, and will soon take up his resi
dence on the West Side. The purchaser
of the sightly dwelling is E. E. Lytle,
president of the Columbia Southern Rail
way, residing at present on North Eigh
Oregon City River Trips The most
delightful of river rides. Boat leaves
Taylor street Sundays, 10: A, M., 2 and
5 P.M. Leave Oregon City 12.30, 3:30 and
6.30 P. M. Round trip 45 cents.
Secured Offices. County School Su
perintendent Robinson has secured officos
in the City Hall, adjoining the offices of
the City School Department - This Is a
very convenient location.
Saint MAftK's Church. A lawn social
will he held Saturday, 14th Inst., at 8
P. M. at the residence of Mr. Hastings,
Piedmont- Take Woodlawn cars.
Remember tho A. & C R. R. Seaside
Flyer leaves Portland every Saturday at
2:30 P. M. arrjlves .Seaside at 6:50 P. M.
Bicycle tor Sale. A new 1500 bicycle
for sale cheap for cash. Address F. F.
F., care Oregonian. '
Umbrellas Repairing and recovering.
Meredith's. Washington, bet. 5th and Cth.
HAys receive a now lot of golf hats,
rough rider, etc., at Heller's Millinery.
Special Today. Peanut candy, 15c a
pounds. Carroll's, 332 Wfishlngton St.
Wanted. Ironers for ladles' olothes.
Union Laundry, 53 Randolph.
W. H. Moore, a banker, of Moro, Is at
Frank Fales, of Fales' Landing, is at
the St, Charles.
Dr. C. R. Ray, of Gold Hill, is regis
tered at the Portland.
P. F. McGee, a milling man of Browns
ville. Is at the Imperial. " f
John T. Balleray, an attorney of Pen
dleton, is at the Imperial.
J. D. Holton, ex-Mayor of Boise, Idaho,
Is a guest at the Perkins.
Colonel H. M. Taylor, a mining man of
Panama, Is at the St. Charles.
William Earll and wife, of Chlco, CaL,
are registered at the St. Charles,
I. Frohman returned this week from
Alaska for a vlst with his family.
Representative Thomas H. Tongue, of
Hlllsboro, 1s a gues.t,at the Perkins.
E. M, Rand and E: & Schofield, of Van
couver. Wash., are registered at the Im
perial. D. E. Cummins and W. O. Smith, Daw
son minors, are registered at tho St.
William Ketchum, a prominent sheep
owner bf The Dalles, registered -yesterday
at the Perkins. ,
Henry Blackman. of Heppner, ex-Collector
of Internal Revenue, registered
yesterday at the Imperial.
t E. J. MaoLalne and W. D. Coates, prom- I
inent ldggrs. of Hoqulaaa, Wash... are J
guests at tne su unaries.
Georg W. Bhroder. a prominent conrey oio noyverue niS arrival inuaw-
mercial man of New York City, is xeg-T
istered at the Portland.
A. E. Roames. of Jacksonville, recently
elected District Attorney of Jackson
County, is at the Imperial.
C. Rgmead, connected, "with the Of R.
&. N. experimental farm;, at Blalocks, reg
istered yesterday at the Imperial.
M. K. Parsons, wife and daughter, with
E. B. Critchlow and wifedf Salt Lake
City, are guests at the Portland.
M. A. Miller, of Lebanon, who has just
returned from the Democratic National
Convention, registered jesterday at the
W. F. Matlock, of. Pendleton, an ex
State Senator, who now has large 'busi
ness Interests In Skagway, is registered
at the Perkins.
a P. Huff and Robert Morris, of the
United Statou Navy, guosts at the Port
land, left yesterday to rejoin tho battle
ship Iowa, at Port Orchard.
NEW YORK, July 18. Northwestern
people registered at New York hotels
today as follows:
From Portland B. Selling, at the Hoff
From Seattle P. B. Faurona, at the
Albert. " '
From Spokane B. J. Hyde, At the
From Tacoma Wllilam J. Hann, at tho
READ SUNDAY OREGONIAN,
It Will Contqln Mntterii of Interest
Readers of The Oregonian will find In
th.q Sunday Issue tomorrow many highly
attractive and pleasing features. A full
pnge illustration of the" American bathing
c'.ci at the seashore -will proe of Interest,
and George Horton's tale of the Graeco
Turklsh War, under the title of "The Un
speakable Turk," will bo continued; Its
third Installment will bo printed.
Another of Frank G. Carpenter's letters
will also appear tomorrow. It will give
an account of the famous correspondent's
observations among the Sulus in the
Southern Philippine Archipelago. These
newly acquired Mohammedan wards of
Uncle Sam, whose manners and customs
arc so totally at variance with those in
this- country, afford a profitable study to
all up-to-date readers. Mr. Carpenter's
letters gho just tho Information sought
By permission of the BowBn-.3ferrlll
Publishing Company, of Indianapolis, The
Oregjanlan win print tomorrow an account
of the famous Morgan raid during the
War of the Rebellion, entitled,- 'The Ride
of, the Three Thousand." There is a re
vival of Interest in matters pertaining to
the mighty struggle between the North
and South, and such tales as these find
many readers. i
Those whose preferences lead them to
koep in touch with leading events In tho
sporting world will find a most readable
article on "Henley Week" the rowing
meet par excellence of the English peo
ple. "Willie Atkins" will contribute an
other of his gossipy letters anent local
sporting matters, and there will also ap
pear a choice selection of general sport
The realm of fashion will be exploited
by another of Ellen Osborn's chatty con
tributions from Newport, R. I., and "M.
C. Bell," in her original way, will treat
of topics dear to tho feminine heart.
There will be other matters of interest to
women readers in the fashion and wom
an's departments. Lovers of pithy poetry
and the latest productions of the humor
ists will assuredly find a literary menu
to their liking.
The juvenile readers of The Oregonian
will find their especial department up to
the usual standard. "The Boy Engineer,"
by "M. C Bell," should be eagerly read.
Another new and original story, "Ted, tho
Awful Bad Boy," will no doubt provo
an attraction to the children. These, in
addition to well-selected general reading
matter suited to the rising generation, to
gether with various comic Illustrations,
should make all the youngsters want The
Sunday Oregonian tomorrow.
The latest ventures In the literary world
will be reviewed In the book department,
a leading position In which will bo occu
pied by a carefully written critique of
Colonel A. K. McClure's latest work. "Our
Presidents, and How We Make Them."
The several departments of music, the
drama and "Slings and Arrows" and an
other of the great masterpieces of Eng
lish literature will appear Sunday.
The movements of people at the seaside
resorts of North Beach, Clatsop, New
port and other places will be chronicled.
as -well as all doings of importance In the'
local social world. A quadruple group of
catchy cartoons. Illustrative of the Chi
nese situation, will be prominently shown.
In a general way, it may be said that the
pictorial illustrations in tomorrow's Sun
day Oregonian are more than ordinarily
excellent and pleasing.
Tho latest news by telegraph and cable
from all parts of the world, ombraolng
the National political situation, the Chi
nese Boxor troubles, the status of the
Boer-Briton War, and other happenings;
the usual amount of thoughtful editorial;
the movements In commercial and finan
cial circles; the day's doings In the local
news field, and special communications of
Interest all tha abovo will find full space
tomorrow in The Sunday Oregonian.
Ivej at Dawson.
John W. Ivoy, Collector of Customs for
tho District ot Alaska, accompanied by
his wife and Special Ihsnpctor Straubor
and Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, were in Daw
son yesterday, says the .Klondike Nugget
E- Broken Sizes in
Regular i.co grades "Mount Hood" Neg
ligee Shirts, 50 cents. v
201th CENTURY MOQELS
Warner's "Rust Proof Corsets, 25c, 35c
CLOSING PRICES ON SUMMER
UNDERWEAR AND SHIRT WAISTS
Ladies' Silk Mitts, 15c, 20c and 25c. MEN
sometimes are interested in bargain.
Well, see us today on odd lots of fine Summer
x Shirts and Drawers plain and fancy stripes
25c each. , rTt
1-27 SAMPLE SKIRTS
Consistingof $iack Silk, Taffeta, Peau de"
- Soie, Sateen, Duchess", Black Mohairs. Every
N one a perfect gem. . Only one of a land. All
late and new. Will be offered todav at half
price. Big sacrifice. Crash and P. IL Skirts
' "at 50c, 65c, 75c and 90c. Black' Alpaca
Bathing Suits in all sizes. "Big bargains
today. Don't miss it.
yf& wzl n fj-i
Qf June 26, en route, to Nome,, for which
Pja,c-f they left on thj Tyrrell last night
- " "-" "" - "- uuy
as unpopular here as ho is In the towns
of Alaska, and that Is saying a great
deal. ' "
WANT ROOSEVELT TO COME
Oregon Delegates to League Conven
tlonV'lll Urge Him.
F. M. Mulkey, one, of the Oregon dele
gates to the National Convention of Re
publican Leagues; to be held In St. Paul,
left Portland last evening to attend. J.
C, Hayter, the only other delegate from
Orogon known to be among those goihg
to the convention, started two days ear
lier. It fs very unlikely that any other
qf the Oregon men will be present, as
Mr. Mulkey carries wth him the proxies
of most of the delegates. Nothing in par
ticular is expected to develop at the con
vention, so that delegates are not prill
ing for any great contest.
One of the most important 'matters that
the Oregon men have In mind la secur
ing the presence 'Of Governor Roosevelt
in the Pacific Northwest some tlmedur
Ing the coming campaign. Allexpectthat
the Governor will attend the league Con
vention, and that opportunity will "be
utilized by Mr. Mulkey and his colleague
to prevail upon him to come West, With
tho prospects of such a tour heretofore
held out. Mr. Mulkey feels pretty sure
that when he returns he will be able to
announce Jrt fairly certain terms a visit
to Portland by the Republican Vice-Presidential
MUST HAVE A NEW DRAW.
aindlson-Street Bridge Swing Pro
Tho Board of County Commissioners
has decided , that It is necessary to
provide a new draw for the Madison
street brilgd,ras,they do not consider the
present one safe. They will ask for
proposals In a few days for furnishing
the draWj. Th,ey have not yet decided
whether It "will be of wood or steel, and
the choice -w 111- .depend jfp some extent
on tho comparative cheapness. The time
required to put-In tho now draw will also
cut some figure In the matter. A wooden
draw could prbbably bff completed by
October L while It might take. sx
months to procure a steel draw and tho
Commissioners do not like to take the
risk of waiting to long.
Ifo Examination for Watchman.
FORT STEVENS, Or., July 12,-KTo the
Editor.) Will you please notify me what
day and month the civil service examina
tion for watchman catt be taken In Ore
gon? There being no educational qualifica
tions Involved, applicants for tho position
of watchman are not required to take a
civil service examination, tho selection
helng made on the grounds of experience
and qualification. Application blanks can
be procured from the Civil Service Com
mission at any tlmo and sent to tho
commission! who examine them. In the
Spring and. Fall and make their selections.
The application sent In will be good for
the next examination of the kind.
Special excursion to Bonneville, Sun
day. Good music. Adglo and her lions.
Vaudeville performance, dancing, special
ties. Leave Union Depot, 9:30 A. M.; 0
cents round trip. Performance free.
WHERE TO DINB.
Dining at the Portland Restaurant,, 303
Washington, opposite Olds & King's, is
better than a seaside excursion.
Opens Saturday Evening With a
Special Programme of Mnnlo
and $tereoptlcon View.
Arrangements have been mado at last
by which Hawthorne Park Is now In the
hands of W. C. Schley, manager of tho
Searchlight Advertising Company, for the
Summer season, commencing Saturday
evening, July 14. Concerts and entertain
ments will be given every evening of the
week and Sunday, weather permitting,
and matinee on Sunday afternoon. A
first-class programme has been arranged.
Brown's Concert Orchestra has been en
gaged. Illustrated songs will be rendered
by Charles H. Whiting. Latest stereoptl
con views, specialties, etc, will be given.
Refreshments will be served. Admission
to park, 10 cents. Change of programme
will be made weekly. Hawthorne Park
is situated on Twelfth street, between
Belmont street and Hawthorne avenue,
and is the most beautiful spot In Port
land, and is destined to step Into Imme
diate prominence as a first-class resort.
Knabe, Hardman, Fischer, Ludwig,
Sohmer. Steck. Krakauer, Baldwin and
Estey organs for sale only by The Wiley
B. Allen Co.. 211 First street.
Jacob Doll Upright Piano.
The latest improved. Acknowledged to
be best sold on easy Installments. Pianos
rented, tuned and repaired at lowest
prices. H. Slnshelmer, 72 Third. Estab.
Persons suffering from sick headache,
dizziness, nausea, constipation, pain In
the side, are asked to try one vial of
Carter's Little Llvr Pills.
Trunks repaired at Harris Trunk Co.
C.T. PREHN, Dentist
Crown and bridge -woric 1st Third it., near Al
der. Oregon TTtl. Clay 85. Vitalized air lor
mi$tL Morrison Sis. "
iPlAHAS II " 2 Specials for Men
Not thn ordinary
the very best
Not the cheap,
the most costly
351 Washington Si. g
I MTIV MUSJC BUILDING
No person In tho world ever lived
to tho ago bf 55 who did not at
some time need "glasses. It might
he during school years, or it might
be in middle life, or it might be all
he time. Of course, a good many
live that rang without wearing
them, but they ought to, just the
same. Their eyes would be 3trongr
er and better all of their lives for
doing so. As soon 3s you have the
least suspicion that your eyes are
not perfect have them examined
thoroughly. You cannot afford lo
WALTER REED ,
133 SIXTH STREET
Is Tdeal for summer wear became of Its
extremely light weight apd construction,
which provides a ready mean; of escape
for pcrrpiratlon and the vapors arising
from the heated body. These proper
ties make "Aertex" Cellular Underwear
the most comfortable and healthful.
IUaxtrated catalogue nvltli prices
supplied on amplication.
Investigate the merits of 'Aertex"
Cellular Underwear before purchas
ing your supply.
For Sale by
MEIER & FRANK CO., Agents
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED AB
BOLUTELT "WITHOUT. PAIN, by our lata
dentine method applied o the. turns. No
Blp-produclac agonU or cocaine.
The ar th only dental parlors in Port
land having PATENTED APPLIANCES and
inredlenta to extract. Oil and apply gold
crowns and porcelain crowns undetectable
from natural teeth, and warranted lor 10
yoara. WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN. Full
et ot tth. $3. & perfect Qt guaranteed or no
pay. Gold" ckmtos. $5. Gold nlllnci, 1. 811
var nillns, 60c. All -work dona by GRADU
ATE DENTISTS of from 12 to 20 years ex
perience, and each department In coarse of a
specialist. Give us a call, and you trill find us.
td do exactly as -wo advertise. Wo ttIU lell
you In advance exactly what your "worle will
cost by a FREE EXAMINATION.
BET TEETH $5.00
GOLD CROWNS 0.00
GOLD FILLINGS 91.00
SILVER KILLING'S XQ
flew York Dental Parlors
Fourth and Morrison- ata.. Portland. Or.
HOURS-8 to 8; 3UNDAT3. 10 TO 4.
723 "Market at.. San Francisco. CaL
ftU Flrt .. Seattle. Wash.
Is an "emblem ot
dignities the wear
er's' intention to
help the Retail
Clerks and mer
chants to shorter
hours by matting a?l
purchases before ' 6
The Delcum BiHfdltun
FbK St OXth 3 W
Gold CrowrA J5.00
Urlds Work .... J3.0U
Teeth extracted abao-
mtqiy it-uncut sain.
Cor. Third jind Wavhlneton.
Karaaam Bulldlnjr, Rooms 300,301. 303
wy rfcnita IllS!ls
m Mj ...AT OUR...
Good quality cheviot suits in check-
ed patterns; also fast-color blue
serges; regular 10 values for
Fashionably-made Summer suits of
light-checked worsted and "Royal"
blue serge; regular $12.50 values for
ztffics aorwwj fiTTsJdmyjm
Largest Clothiers In the Northwest
Wc have placed on our bargain coun
ters shoes suitable for the coast and coun
try wear in chifdren s and misses calf
skin and dongola button, spring heel,
regular $1.50 and $2.00 shoes for
Also, to close out, all our pointed ioes
in shoes and Oxfords for
The prices on everything in our store
reduced during sale.
129 SIXTH ST.
Oregonian Bulldlno .
A SMn of Bcatrty b x Joy rcfotr.
IK. T. FELIX OOfUKAUD'S OMENTA!.
OHEAM, OK.BIAGICAL BBATJTllfTfc'R.
Rraiorei Tan. Pimples. Frrcklo.
Moth ?Atctiej. Xh. and Skm dl.
u, sd every blrralsh on beutyt
.ana acnes netecnon.
It hJ stood Ida test
(of 5 ysrs. ad I o
'taml-n we tuteitt?
ba tars it b properly
mad Accept no
counterfeit of simitar
same Dr L A 5f
re said to a Udr of tha
ham ton (a parf-nt)i
"As rod ladles wM use
them, I recommend
I the least harinAil it
ail the Skin prtpr
tijni For sI or all
rjdDealers in U S .
Canada, and Europe,
H0PKIMS. Prop-fetor. 37 Great JoncaSi.. H.Y.
OR. E C BROWN
EYE AND EAJl DISEASE
Marquam blx.. rooms (CB-T.
5E PK&fS fill
y& iAiJfiA I
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing? Syrups, It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess.
It cures Diarrhoja and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
ing: Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Eind Ton Have Always Bought
fin Use For
TMC CENTAUR CQMWT. TT ;
.il. ---,-. sr'.-ig
YOUNG ilEN, troubled with night emleslons, dreams, exhaustirg drains. bash
, fulness aversion, to society, which deprive you of jour manhood, UNFIT YOU
FJ3R BUSINESS OR MARRIAGE. ,
MIDDLE-AGED MEN who from excesses and strains have lost their MANLY
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, painful, bloody urine.
Gleet. Stricture, enlarged prestate. Sexual Debility, Varicocele. Hydrocele, Kidney
and. Liver troubles, cured WITHOUT SD3RCURY AND OTHER POTOUS
DRUGS Catarrh and Rheumatism CURED.
Df. Walker's methods ae regular a?nd scientific. He ucca no patent nostrums
or ready-made preparations, but cures the disease by thorough medical treatment.
Hla New Pafnphlet on Private Diseases sent Free to all men who 'lecr.be their
troubles. PATIENTS cured at home. Terms reasonable. All letters answered in
plain envelope; Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call on or address
Doctor TVnllter, 132 KTrat St Corner Alder, Portland. Or.
ONE YEAR BORROWS ANOTHER YEAR'S FOOL."
YOU DIDN'T USE
LAST YEAR. PERHAPS
Cor. Fourth and Morrison Street
UGlrNG HR5T-CLAS5 I
.. -,., ..-.
and Prices upoM
ooeoeoaoe co eooaoooooeeed
124 First Street, Portland, Or,
Dealers In tfjiwmos and motors, direct or al
tiriiatirur current, hew and soord hard Also
j fan and celling motora. telephones and sup-
wiring t ben your electrical machinery needd
repairs call us up Telephone Blatk 9J1
SUN SOON HIIIE slShl.
Over 30 Years,,
MUWHAY JTRgrT. NEW YOHK. CITY.
'fftSJSfCT-irtTTriJFirf -T yi -i -
J &&5fi&5Z f4
TWENTY YEARS OF SUCCESS
In the- treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver,
kidney and stomach disorders, constipation. d'arrhOea,
dropsical swellings, Bright's disease", etc.
K1DMEY AND URINARY
Complaints, painful, difficult, too frequent, milky ?
bloody urine, unnatural discharges, speedily cured.
D1SEA5ES OF THE RECTUS
Such a piles, fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous an4
bloody discharges, cured without the knife, pain or
e DISEASES OF MEN
Blood poison, gleet, stricture, unnatural losses. Im
potency, thoroughly cured No failures Cures guaranteed.
YOU WILL NOT THIo YEAR,