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THE MORNING OKEGOKIAN. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 11)02.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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SHIELDS' PARK (13th and "Washington)
Matsuda's Japanese acrobats, Helen Lamar,
vaudeville and music.
Test Case r?r Vice Crusade. What Is
regarded In Whltechapel as one of the
test cases In one phase of the Williams
administration crusade against vice comes
up in the Municipal Court this afternoon,
when James Valcourt, of 6& North
Fourth street, will be charged with being
a maquereau, of person without any
visible means of support, and dependent
on the money supplied to him by women.
Evidence as to the truth of this state
ment will be sworn to by Policemen
Bailey, Gibson and other officers that is,
If the case Is not again postponed. It is
understood that Valcourt is to flght the
case, and has retained W. T. Hume as
his lawyer. The statement is made in
Whltechapel that Valcourt has so much
"pull" that he will escape by paying the
usual line of $25, which he can easily do,
as he is said to have two women under
his control. Monday morning, when he
was placed under arrest, he told the po
licemen that they could not take him and
called them foul names. At the City Jail
he made an attempt to escape from Jailer
James F. Johnson, as the patrol wagon
dashed up to the door, and in the scuffle
Valcourt received a mark that will dec
orate his face for a week or more. He
had J635 3? In his possession when
searched, and the police wondered from
whom did he get this at that hour of
the morning. The Mayor has said that
all persons found guilty of being maq,
uereaux shall be sent to the rockpile,
without the option of a fine.
Mtstert op $95 in Gold. For two hours
yesterday afternoon. In the Municipal
Court, lawyers and witnesses held the
attention of Municipal Judge Hogue in a
case where Morris Goldstone, 406 First
street, accused a youth named Fred By
ers of the larceny of $95. Goldstone testi
fied in part: "During my wife's absence
two of my children, aged 4 and 5 years,
secured possession of a key opening a
bureau drawer, where we had $95 in gold
saved up. The children went to a store
where Byers was employed. For the gold
they gave him he gave them candy. All
the money Is gone, anyhow." The chil
dren were examined, but they were too
young to throw any light on the case.
Byers stated: "The children came into
the store last week Thursday, and one of
them said he wanted candy, and offered
me a $5 goldpiece. I said that I did not
have change for $5. I did not take any
money from them, but I gave them Ital
ian creams." Two witnesses swore that
late on the day referred to they heard
a woman's voice say in the Goldstone
house: "You say that the boy took the
money?" The case was continued.
Changes in Free Bath Schedule.
Commencing with today, there will be a
change of schedule as follows at the Port
land Public Baths: Boys Weekdays, 9
A. M. to 12 noon, and. 1:30 P. M. to 3:30
. P. M., and on Sundays 9 A. M. to 12
noon. Women and girls Mondays and
Thursdays, 3:30 P. M. to 6 P. M.; women,
Tuesday nights, 7 to 8:30 P. M. Men
Saturday night, 7 to 8:30 P. M., and Sun
days, 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. A general admis
sion fee of 25 cents will be charged for
men on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays
and Saturdays, from 3:30 P. M. to 6 P. M..
and Mondays. Thursdays and Fridays, 7
P. M. to 8:30 P. M. Wednesdays and Sat
urday nights the baths will be closed.
They can be rented ior private swimming
parties for men and women Wednesday
nights, by arranging with the superin
tendent. In reply to an inquiry from
Spokane citizens, who are thinking of
establishing free swimming baths In that
place, L. Samuel has written giving par
ticulars of the construction and manage
ment of the Portland baths.
Six Men Go Free. Six stalwart young
men, apparently of the hobo type, several
of whom had the regulation tramp's outfit
of looking-glass, comb and .soap, answer
ing to the names of E. E. Sales, James
Smith, H. M. Chltman. A. Boney, T. A.
Couch and ex-Pugilist Charles Gannon,
were before Municipal Judge Hogue yes
terday, charged with vagrancy. The men
were caught in Sullivan's Gulch last Sun
day, seated around a fire, and their din
ner of bacon was being cooked in a
greasy frying-pan. People living around
the neighborhood had complained to the
police that bread, poultry and other ar
ticles of food had been stolen from back
doors. But when the policemen who
made the arrest went on the witness
stand it developed that none of hem
knew the accused as vagrants and had
not met them before. On this ground the
defendants were discharged, much to
their joy. They were warned to go to
work. Of course, they promised this.
Ferryboat. With Horses, Sinks. Yes
terday afternoon, as Nate Gird was cross
ing Columbia River, from Oak Island to
Holbrook, with four horses, on a small
ferryboat, the boat sank, and a saddle
horse which Gird was riding was
drowned. The three other horses suc
ceeded Jn swimming ashore, and Gird also
reached the land safely. He had been
sent to Oak Island by Frazier &! McLean,
livery stable-keepers, to bring the three
horses that were saved to Portland, and
he borrowed a saddle-horse before leav
ing. Gird telephoned word of the dis
aster, and also asked that a rig be sent
down to bring him home. He was told
to borrow a saddle and ride back.
At His Wife's Bedside. Charles Hag
galllon. whose wife attempted the life of
herself and babe the afternoon of July 4,
by jumping from a window with the babe
in her arms, has returned to his wife's
bedside to see that she and her children
are properly cared for. Mrs. Haggalilon
Is reported to be recovering from her
shock, and the doctors think that the
danger is past. The injuries to the child
proved to be slight. No reason has been
offered by the mother for her daring at
tempt at suicide.
RusiifNG to Flavel. The past few days
of sunshine has sent many pleasure
seekers to the Coast. As predicted, Flav
el Is catching the patronage of the best
people this season. Mrs. Mitchell reports
every room engaged on the first floor,
only four front rooms left on the second,
and 12 on the third floors. Flavel was
never prettier than this year. The house
and grounds are in perfect order.
Had Monbt to Pay a Fexe. Nina
West, of Fourth street, was before Muni
cipal Judge Hogue yesterday charged
with vagrancy and refusing to keep her
door closed as directed by the police. She
was fined $25 and warned that another
.offense of the kind would be more severe
ly dealt with. She easily paid th money
out of her bank account.
Restaurant JWindow Smashed. Ap
parently without any known motive, Ed
Taylor. 40 years old, took off one of his
shoes last night and sent it crashing
through one of the "windows of a restau
rant on Davis street, near Fourth. He
was arrested by Policemen Bailey and
To Discuss Literature. There will be
a meeting of the department of English
literature of the Women's Club, Satur
day morning at 10 o'clock, at the Selllng
For Good, Dry Wood call up F. B.
Jones & Co., foot of Oak ctreet. They
can fill your order. Oregon Phone Main
1015. Columbia Phone, 328.
Take 16th St. Car for Lawn Fete,
19th and Lovejoy. Only 10c.
Thursday, July 10, at 8 P. M.
Walter Strauhal's Stord at Long
Beach now open. New goods, low prices.
Dr. J. D. Sternberg has opened offices
a 342 Washington street, corner Seventh,
F. W. Baltes & Co., llnotypers, printers.
A Policeman's CATCH-Wora was re-'
celved. yesterday at the police station that
a greasy-looking species of the hobo type
was dodging In and out of back yards of
houses in the region of Eleventh and
Montgomery streets, and Policeman Ew
Ing was sent to look up the stranger.
But the greasy one had evidently caught
the alarm, for he doubled and dodged.
It was only by a liberal use of the tele
phone that Ewlng was able to catch his
man at Park and Salmon streets, and
when taken to the police station the
stranger gave the name of William
Thompson. The usual tramp's outfit was
found in -his possession comb, soap,
ragged towel and looking-glass. He will
be charged with vagrancy.
Fruit Vendors on Streets. There
was.a prolonged hearing yesterday before
Municipal Judge Hogue in a case where
M. Schwartz was charged with peddling
fruit from his wagon on Third street,
near Morrison. Deputy City Attorney
Fitzgerald, for the prosecution, and Law
yer W. M. Davis, for the defense, argued
about the meaning of the ordinance gov
erning such cases, and it was contended
that it was only operative in cases where
the defendant continuously stood at a
given location, to the Injury of storekeep
ers, who pay rent and taxes, and who
probably lose trade by the action of tbo
street vendor disposing of his goods from
a wagon. Decision was reserved.
Why Berry's Hand Was Cut. With
his right hand badly cut by a steam saw,
and wrapped in bandages, Ed Berry was
before Municipal Judge Hogue yesterday,
charged with assultlng A. P. Crosby.
Berry pleaded guilty. "He struck
me in the face," stated Cros
by. "No, the blow did not stun me, but
he struck me with his other hand, and
he bught to be punished." It developed
that Berry became angry when Crosby
alleged that Berry's hand tvas cut by his
own carelessness, and the blow followed.
Berry was fined $5.
Oregon City Line Strike Unchanged.
The strike situation on the Oregon City
trolley line remained .unchanged yester
day, except that the machinist and the
painter who had been out with the car
men offered to go back to work. They
wero re-employed, and are expected to go
to work this morning. The carmen still
declare the firm Intention to hold out un
til they shall win, and the position of the
company Is unaltered. Four carmen have
left the union ranks and are ready to go
to work on the company's terms.
J. A. Strowbridge Seriously III. Jo
seph A. Strowbridge, a pioneer and busi
ness man of Portland, is dangerously HI
at his home, at 365 Fifth street. Mr.
Strowbridge. who has been apparently in
the best of health lately, was seized with
an attack of acute indigestion at noon
Monday, and his heart was affected. His
son. Dr. George H. Strowbridge, said last
night that there was some Improvement
in his condition, but that the danger
point had not yet been passed.
Run Over by Careless Bicyclists.
Mrs. W. A. Aylsworth, of Montavilla, was
run over and severely bruised by two
careless bicyclists last evening. She was
taken to the home of her son and physi
cians summoned to dress her wounds.
3Irs. Aylasrorth is an elderly woman, and
her injury last evening was the result of
gross carelessness on the part of two
No More Woken at Saloon Bars. Or
ders were Issued to all policemen in the
city last night that women caught at the
bar of saloons will be arrested, along
with the proprietor of the saloon allow
ing such a circumstance to take place!
It was stated that this does not apply In
cases where liquor is supplied to women
while in the private boxes of such sa
loons. For Dalles, ,
Take Regulator Line,
7 A. M. '
Work on the Rockpile. Fourteen
stalwart men were taken by Policemen
TIchener and Hellyer to work on the
rockpile yesterday. The hammers flew
in a 'lively fashion, and Hie stock of rocks
will last about four days more, when the
supply, will require to be renewed.
The Seaside House will open Thurs
day, July 10. It Is a grand place, and pa
trons will be well cared for.
Lawn Fete! Lawn Fete! Lawn Fete
19th and Lovejoy,
Thursday, at 8 P. M.
Tents for rent. Pacific Tent & Awning
Company, 27 North First street.
TO PRACTICE MEDICINE.
Twenty-one Applicants for Papers
Before State Board.
The annual examination for admission
to the practice of medicine In Oregon were
begun by the State Medical Board yester
day. In the rooms of the Portland Business
College. There are 21 applications this
year, about half of them coming from
physicians who have practiced In other
states. All of the candidates are gradu
ates of respectable medical colleges, and
a good set of papers is looked for by Dr.
Byron E. Miller, president of the board.
The examlnatlona will continue tcday, and
the committee will meet this evening and
pass on the papers.
Following is an official list of the can
didates: Daniel R. Corgell, M. D., graduate or
Ohio Medical College, 18S3.
John Frey, M. D., graduate of Eclectic
Medical Institute, Cincinnati, O., 1870.
A. N. Hallabougb. M. D., graduate or
Vanderbllt University, 1902.
W. W. Hicks, M. D., graduate-of Univer
sity of Southern California, 1902.
M. R Jarnagin, M. D., graduate of Ten
nessee Medical College, 1897.
George V. Ketchum, M. D., graduate
Cleveland Medical College, 18S0.
W. C. McKechule, M. D.. graduate
McGIU Medical College. 1899.
A. L. McNeill, M. D., graduato Chicago
Homeopathic Medical College, 1S95.
E. R. Rentz, M. D. graduate University
of Pennsylvania, 1870.
Boyd MI Richardson, M. D., graduate of
Willamette University. 1900.
Faulkner Short, M. D., graduate Univer
sity of Toronto, 1902.
J. D. Welmore, M. D., graduate Hah
neman Medical College. 1882.
G. T. Tromroald, M. D., graduate Rush
Medical College, 1901.
C. G. Patterson, M. D., graduato Eclectic
Medical Institute. 1902.
George C. Lamb, graduate of University
of Michigan, 1902.
P. Overton. M. D., graduate Chicago
College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902.
G. H. Merryman, M. D.. graduate Chi
cago College of Physicians and Surgeons,
J. M. Gunning, M. D., graduate Chicago
College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902.
James H. Corrjco, M, D.t graduate Chi
cago College Physicians and Surgeons,
W. B. Wells, M. D., graduate Chicago
College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901.
C. M. Frazer, M. D., graduate Chicago
Homeopathic Medical College, 1901.
R. L. Smith, M. D., graduate Beaumont
Medical College, 18SG.
The Sportsman Cafe, 105 Fourth; Tracy
& Denny, proprietors. All of tike latest
sporting news; pictures of all noted ring
The Portland Restaurant, 305 Washing
ton, has a reputation as the leader.
Klamath Hot Spring:.
Most noted Summer resort In Northern Cali
fornia. Near South. F&c. Convenient for Oregon
people. Address- Edson Bros., Bestride. Cat.
UIsh-Grade Pianos tor Kept.
Sold on easy installments. Pianos tuned
and repaired. H. Slnsnelnier. 72 Third at.
ELKS GET $3755 IN A U
RESULT OF THREE HOURS' "WORK
OF SOLICITING COMMITTEE.
BnsIncKH Men Give Liberal Support
If Success Continue, 12,000
Will Be Raised Soon.
The Elks' soliciting committee raised
$3755 yesterday in three hours' time. Fhe
members of the committee who interview
ed a number of the leading business men
were B. B. Rich, Alex Sweek, George H.
Wemple and Otto Wlndfelder. As a result
of yesterday's successful canvass, the
members of the committee feel very much
encouraged, and are confident that If tbe
business men whom they will see today
will give them as liberal and as
prompt a response, they will -be able to
report next Thursday night to the
Elks' lodge that the entire $12,000
fund has been subscribed. Many of the
prominent merchants, the street railways
and the Portland General Electric Com
pany have already given the committee
liberal subscriptions. Many -of the busi
ness men have assured the Elks that they
were so well satisfied with the carnival
two years ago that for the Septomber fair
they would double their donations.
So confident are the Elks that the $12,
000 will be raised, that they are already
discussing plans for the fair and are look
ing over several proposed locations. One
of these Is at Multnomah Field, and an
other on North Seventh street, extending
through on to the parks north of Burn
side street. The latter Is favored by many,
on account of Its proximity to the hotels
and business districts. On the other hand,
Multnomah Field Is favored by many or
the Elks, as the location is central, and
the grounds sufficiently large to Insure
plenty of room for all purpeses.
A special committee from the Elks will
this evening confer with' the Multnomah
Club directors and It is -not unlikely tnat
the club grounds will be selected.
.Business men and citizens generally are
deeply Interested In the proposed carnival,
and will do everything possible to make it
a success, not only by subscribing, but by
advertising and displaying goods when the
A well-known Elk said last evening:
"The subscriptions raised by our commit
tee this morning were most satisfactory,
and if the good work continues througn
Wednesdav and Thursday, I believe that
the $12,000 will be guaranteed. Business
men are enthusiastic over the proposed
carnival, and I predict for our enterprise
great success. The Elks' fair of 1900 was
one of the finest attractions ever held in
Portland and there Is every reason to be
lieve that the coming fair will be even
more successful and attract larger crowds
to the city. The Midway features will be
on a larger scale than ever before."
The subscription committee will work
hard today and tomorrow, and the pros
pects for success- are decidedly flattering.
MASTER BUILDERS MEET.
Annual Bauauet is Held and1 Officers
The annual meeting of the Master Build
ers' Association was held last night and
officers were elected as follows: President,
J. B. Bridges, re-elected; vice-president,
A. M. Mackenzie; treasurer, R. J. Stew
art; secretary, G. W. Gordon; directors
in addition to the officers, John Turnbull,
J. F. Hands and A. Muir. After the meet
ing a banquet was served to 45 of the
members, and the president was presented
with a gold-beaded cane. The presenta
tion speech was made by R. C. Leman.
In response, Mr. Bridges referred indirect
ly to the strike of the woodworkers, and
said In part:
"However much some of our esteemed
dissenting friends may differ with us as to
our plans and purposes, yet we believe the
day Is not far distant when our efforts will
be crowned with success.
"Why should they look upon our acts
and purposes as a menace to them and
theirs? We only seek tp smother conten
tion and keep open the door to the honest,
well-paldtoIler by encouraging with our
methods Investment In building enterprises
that he may reap a benefit. Strife or con
tention cannot produce this benefit, how
ever well meant It may be. It seems to
us that dissension must be held at bay;
that we must convince the public by fair
means that building Investment Is safe,
and that when a structure Is once begun
It will be carried to an uninterrupted com
pletion. When we have done this, the
capital that gives employment to us will
no longer be withheld.
"It Is easy to see that If we do not
advance we must retrograde.'. Let us not
devote our cause to a backward step. Let
dissenters know that 'It Is easier to de
stroy than to restore, and that In the
wake of destruction, whether by combi
nation or revolt, follow the evidences of a
"Work and a man to pay for it are as
much a necessity to our dissenting friends
as they are to us. Wo recognize this
necessity. It certainly cannot be cowardly
to yield to It. It cannot be courage to
Stand out against It."
State Senator A. C. Marsters, of Rose
burg, Is at the Imperial.
J. G. Van Orsdel. ex-Sheriff of Polk
County, Is registered at the Perkins from
Professor J. B. Horner, of the Oregon
Agricultural College, Is registered at the
Imperial from Corvallls.
B. W. Johnson, who was recently reap
pointed postmaster at Corvallls, is spend
ing a few days In the city.
Dr. Harry F. McKay, ex-County Physi
cian, loaves today for a trip to Dublin,
London, Paris, Berlin and Vienna. He
will be absent about six months.
W. H. Wehrung, President of the State
Board of Agriculture, Is attending the
convention of the National Dairy and
Pure Food Association In this cits'.
Congressman Thomas H. Tongue ar
rived yesterday morning from Washing
ton, and after spending the day in 'he
city, took the 5 P. M. train for his home
Dr. O. P. Overton, a recent graduato of
the College of Physicians and Surgeons
at Chicago, is among the candidates be
fore the State Medical Board. Dr. Over
ton is an Oregonian, his homo being at
Attorney Walter G. Hayes returned yes
terday from a two weeks' outing at the
St. Martin' Hot Springs. He Joined the
party of delegates to the National Food
and Dairymen's Convention at Warren
ton and accompanied them to Portland.
Eugene C. Ferguson, ex-superintendent
of the Street-Cleaning and Sprinkling De
partment, who has been confined to his
home by illness for several weeks, was
able to be about yesterday and called
upon his old friends at the City Hall.
C. E. Grelle, secretary of the Willamette
Boiler Works, received the sad news yes
terday afternoon that his father, Freder
ick Grelle, of South Orange, N. J., had
died as the result of injuries received from
being thrown out of a carriage. Mr.
Grelle will leave this morning for South
Orange to attend the funeral.
Dr. J. H. Carrlco, of Woodburn, who
came to the city yesterday to take his ex
amination before the Medical Board, was
recently graduated from the College of
Physicians and Surgeons, at Chicago.
Carrlco is an Oregon boy, his home being
at Oregon City. He received his A. B.
degree at the University of Oregon In 1899,
afterwards going to Chicago for profes
There arrived from St. Paul yesterday
morning Mrs. Charles S. Fee and family,
Mr?. T. W. Teasdale and son and Mrs.
Johnsonvand daughter. They were Joined
here by Mrs. A. D. Charlton and son and
all went to Long Beach for the season.
THE WHITE IS KING
OF ALL SEWIXG MACHINES
Phone South 2461.
The best-made machine on the market today
Is the White. It is made of the finest steel
and by the best workmen. Buy the White
and you will be happy. It has th nnest set
or attachments and It will do the finest work.
Write us for catalogue and price list, or call us
up by phone South 401. Machines for rent:
needles and parts Jor sewing machines.
THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE OFF1 C
COR. SIXTH AJfD ALDER. STS.
Opposite Oregonian Bids.. Portland.
Kodaks from 80c to $28.00.
D. M. Averill & Co.
The Curio Store, 331 Morrison St.
In new and used -pianos:
Good second-hand upright piano G5.00
Another one, only slightly used,
fancy wood $150.00
Largest size cabinet grand upright,
reliable make, good as new $175.00
Good square piano $ 25.00
Another oue ...-. $ 40.00
Stiu another one fcr , i 50.00
And the biggest bargain of all for. .5 55.00
New and second-hand organs from $23
We will allow full amount paid any time
wlthln'two years, If purchaser should wish
to exchange for any of our new upright
or grand pianos.
Call or write for catalogues.
We carry the finest stock In the city.
Soule Bros. Piano Co.
(Exclusive Stelnway Dealers)
326 Washington St., near Sixth
.Are you aware that
your cKoice of under
wear -will determine
tKe extent of your
Is porous and tHe cool
fabric in Summer
Known to modern Hy
gienic practice and
you cannot -wear it out
For Sale by
The MEIER & FRANK CQ.
Mrs. Fee Is the wife of the general pas
senger and ticket agent of the Northern
Pacific The Fees have spent their Sum
mers at Long Beach for several years.
Mrs. Teasdale Is the wife of the general
passenger agent of the Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha Railroad.
State Senator R. A. Booth arrived
from Huntington on the belated U. K.
& N. train last evening. Mr. Booth has
been Inspecting the land tracts jn Eastern
Oregon recently purchased by the Booth
Kelly Lumber Company from, the Willa
mette Valley & Cascade Mountain Wagon
Road Company. He left Eugene on
June 16. going In a wagon as far as
the Idaho line. One of his traveling com
panions Is now returning with the team
and vehicle. Mr. Booth will leave for
h!s home at Eugene tonight.
SALEM, July S. State Treasurer C. S.
Moore left this evening for Southern Or
egon on a month's vacation. He will be
joined the last of the week by Judge H.
L. Benson, of Klamath Falls; E. C. Cross,
of Salem, and others, and the party will
go on a fishing expedition on some of the
small streams of Klamath County.
NEW YORK, July 8. Northwestern
people registered at New York hotels to
day as follows:
From Portland Misses Dosch, at the
From Seattle J. C. Slater, at the Im
perial. From Tacoma D. G. Ross, at the Bel
vedere: W. Ward and wife, at the Marl
borough. The Jericho of today is a collection of
wretched cabins Inhabited by a peculiar
people unlike any others In Palestine.
Dr. Walter A. Rogers
Graduate of the A. T. Still School of Os
teopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Office G32-533-53-& Mnrquaxxi Bids.
Phone Main 27.
Dr. Gertrude L. Gates
Graduate of The Northern Institute of
Dr. Rogers' Office.
DR. I., n. SMITH.
Of A. T. SU11 School. Kirksville. Mo. Old
est Osteopath in Oregon. Fourth year In
Portland. Consultation free at office.
409 Oregonian BIdg.
Phone Oak iZL
CLEAN -U Pi
All Prices Reduced
Except on Contract Goods.
Women's Fine Tan Shoes, lace, $3
grade, sizes 3 to 4 1-2, r -
Women's Tan Oxfords, $2.50 grade,
sizes 3 to 4 1-2, q
Women's High-Top Bicycle Shoes,
$3 and $3.50 grade, j-
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
(e Arc absolutely essential In fitting
g 'eyes correctly KNOWLEDGE AND
jj EXPERIENCE. Ours covers a llfe-
9 time, culminating In 18 years' suc-
J cessful practloe in Portland. The
L whole secret consists In the proper
(e adjustment of lenses to visual de-
"!" flclency. Claims that certain makes
L of lenses possess magic powers and
(e of manufacturing lenses in Portland
v are faklsh, nonsensical and untrue.
133 Sixth St., Oregonian BIdg.
309 Washington Street
Pound Hoffman House Java and Mocha
Pound Beat Fresh Roast Costa Rica
Pound Very Choice Sun-Cured Japan Tea.
Bar Fels-Naptha Soap.
2 Packages Grapo Nuts.
Package Flgprune or Postum CereaL
2-Pound Package Self-Rising Injun Bread
2 Bottles Hires' Improved Rootbeer.
100-Pound Sack Best Dry Granulated
No charge for painless extraction when
teeth are ordered. All work done by
graduate dentists of 12 to 20 years' experi
ence; a specialist in each department. We
will tell you In advance exactly what your
work will cost by a free examination.
Give us a call, and you will find we do
exactly as wo advertise.
Set of Teeth :.?5.00
Gold. Filling fl.OO
Gold Crovrn $5.00
Sliver FilUnjr CO
New York Dental Parlors
Fonrtli t Morrlpon St., Portland.
Hours. 8 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 4.
Branch offices 723 Market st., San Fran
cisco, Cal.: 614 First ave.. Seattle. Wash.
? STRONG AND SHAPELY
Are a Prominent Feature
of Our Stock
KNIGHT SHOE CO.
Dr. Fred Prebn. Dtitum bide
Full et Welh
s. 22K S
Gold crow as.
Kridga -work :
All thi Utt appli
ances for coins perfect
work. S"red Pruhn. The
Dekum. cor. 2d and Washington. Portland. Or.
Fir P r RRflWN :e a"15 ear diseases.
Uarqeaia IId;.,rooou C20-7.
Electric LaiDs Reduced
Portland General Electric Co.
The HILL MILITARY ACADEMY will hold a Summer session during the
months of July and August. Individual instruction in all branches. Climate
of Portland unsurpassed for school work durinjr the Summer months.
Abundant opportunities furnished for all out-door recreation. Early appli
cation deelrable. For terms and full particulars, address
J. W. HILL, M. D., HHI Military Academy, Portland, Oregon
COST ONE3 MIXTION' DOLLARS.
BTiDQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS 1HD COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS
Special rates made to families and single gentlemen. The manage
nent will be pleased at all times to show rooms and give prices. A mod
era Turkish bath establishment In the hotel. H. C. BOWERS, Mgr.
Now Open for Season.
Rates, $7, $10, $12 and $15 per week.
Table uervlce never equaled before. For reservations, see J.
Mitchell, 015 Marqnam Bulldlnfr, or phone Mnin 042.
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Oregonian Pub. Co.
CHAS. T. PREHN, Dentist
19 Hamilton. 131 Third Street,
Vitalized air for painless extractions.
Oregon phone Clay 4S5.
FINEST MEN'S CLOTHING IN PORTLAND
We have taken 20 lines, making over 300 suits, of our very best cassl
meres, tweeds and worsteds, that nave been selling right along at ?lo.OO, $18.00
and J20.00, and marked them at one Drlce.
Remember, every garment is cut In the very latest styles, excellently
tailorid and perfect fitting. These suits are of
And at their regular prices were 23 per cent lower than similar goods sold
by merchants of this city. Don't wait until sizes are broken, but come
Salem Woolen Mills Store
85-87 Third St., between Stark and Oak Streets
Of current from our mains,
we havev reduced the price
of lamps below cost, viz.:
15c each .or
These are standard, first-grade
Edison lamps that we formerly
sold at 25c each, and are made
especially for our circuits. Buy
our lamps and get good service.
Delivered In Dozen Lots
Free of Charge.
. .... , 4
$3.00 Per Day. F
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The Seaside House
Clatsop Beach, Or.
The finest Summer seaside resort in Ore
gon. Everything first-class. Golf links
For further Information, address Man
ager Seaside House, Seaside, Or.
leaves Vaughan'a stables, Oregon City, Mon
days, "Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:30 P. M.
Mills College and Seminary
CONFERS DEGREES AND GRANTS DI
PLOMAS. Seminary course accredited to the
universities; rare opportunities offered in mu
sic, art and elocution. Thirty-seventh year;
Fall term opens August 13, 1902. "Write for
catalogue to Mrs. C T. Mills, president Mills
College P. O., California.
Kidney, Xiver and,
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