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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. SATURDAY JULY 19, 1902.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The Orcsonldn'a Telephone.
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Editorial Rooms 108
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Engine Boom 23S
SHIELDS' PARK (13th and Washington) The
voltens; Dalton and Lewis; vaudeville and
"Where Everybody Is Going Tomorrow.
Delightful Pleasure Excursion
T3 O. N. G. Encampment at Albant
Br Gilbert Camp and Auxiliary
Of Spanish-American War Veterans.
Don't Forget the Date J.ult 20.
You Cannot Afford to Miss It.
The Best Excursion of Season.
All Receipts for Good Cause.
Good Place to Spend Sunday.
You Want to See the Boys,
The Boys Want to See You.
Grand Band Concert, O. N. G. Band.
Prepare Your Lunch Baskets Todat
And Enjoy a Pleasant Outing.
First Train Leaves 7:30 A. M.
Sbcond Train Leaves 7:45 A. M.
Third Train Leaves 8 A. M.
Round Trip Tickets fl,
For Sale by the Following:
Labbe & Rebe, 310 Washington;
Woodard, Clarke & Co., 4th & Wash.;
All B. B. Rich Cigar Stores;
Schiller Cigar Store, 4th and Wash.,
And by All Members.
Fire Damages House. An alarm
turned In from box 127 at 9 o'clock yes
terday morning called out the fire depart
ment to a small blaze In a house at 224
Third street, near Salmon. The fire was
caused by the explosion of an oil stove In
a back room upstairs, which Is occupied
by Samuel Olestlne. Mrs. Williams, who
Is the landlady of the house, was out to
breakfast, and on returning to the house
she was called upstairs by Mrs. Olestlne.
The explosion had occurred but a moment
before, and Mrs. Williams endeavored to
smother the flames with a quilt, but was
forced back by the heat and smoke. Mrs.
Williams rushed to a front window and
called to a man passing by, who turned
In the alarm. When the department ar
rived the whole room was in flames, but
by the prompt work of the firemen the
flames were kept from spreading, and
were soon put out, with a total loss, how
ever, of everything in the room. Including
all of Mr. Olestlne's furniture and house
hold effects. The total loss, Including
damage to the building and Mr. Olestlne's
property, amounted to about $500. Mr.
Olestlne carried ?150 Insurance. The house
is owned by J. W. and V. Cook, and was
"Exposition Trophies on Exhibit.
Trophies of the Oregon exhibits at Buf
falo and Charleston are on display at 246
Washington street. They were brought
home by H. E. Dosch, who has made them
a temporary part of the permanent ex
hibit there. They are prizes won in com
petition with other displays at the two
fairs. Mr. Dosch has unpacked also a
number of other relics of the Oregon ex
hibits. He has brought back a quantity
of things which will add erreatlv in tho
completeness of the permanent exhibit,
Flavel Is pleasantest- seaside resort. It
is most easily reached the first resort
you come to direct from Portland. $2 50
Astoria & Columbia River Railroad Sat
urday rate Portland to Flavel and return.
Leave Portland Saturday 8 A. M., arrive
Flavel noon; leave Portland 2:30 P. M.,
arrive Flavel 6 P. M. in time for dinner.
Returning Sunday leave Flavel 4 P. M.,
arrive Portland 9:30 P. M. If you buy a
?3 ticket you can return Monday, or at
any time you like.
Special Beach Tickets. $15 will pur
chase a five .round-trip commutation sea
son ticket to Gearhart and Seaside, on
Clatsop Beach, and to all North Beach
points, good In either direction on trains
of Astoria & Columbia River Railroad or
the Portland-Astoria boat lines. Ticket
offices 255 Morrison street and Union
Depot These tickets can be used going
or returning, at pleasure of the passen
ger, until October 15.
Sunday Excursions to Vancouver 25
cents round trip, by the White Collar
Line, from foot Alder street Boat leaves
Portland 8, 9. 12 A. M.. 4 P. M.; boat
leaves Vancouver 10 A. M., 2, 5, C P. M.
Come and take a ride and see the fa
mous Vancouver Barracks, where Gen
eral Grant and General Sheridan were
stationed years ago. Vancouver Is the
terminus of two railroads and a lively
Sunday Excursion, Cascade Locks.
White Collar Line, steamer Bailey Gat
zert leaves foot Alder street 9 A. M. for
Cascade Locks and return 6 P. M.; $1.50
round trip; dinner served at noon, 25c.
This is the grand scenic route of the
world. This trip can be made on Sunday
for comfort and rest. See "Dalles" elec
tric sign. Both phones Main 351.
Burglars secure more plunder. They
enter a home on the corner of East Fif
teenth and Front streets and take silver
ware, watches and jewelry worth $350.
The owner had a burglar policy with
Clemens & O'Bryan, and received the full
amount of his loss. The policy had cost
Grand harvest feast, given by St, Jo
eeph Benevolent Society at Jefferson Gar
den, Sunday, July 20, 1902. Music by the
society's renowned brass band. Prize
shooting will take place. A good time
guaranteed. Admission 25c, ladles free.
Mr. W. H. Moser, of Hotel Breakers
will be in Portland Saturday. He will be
at 40 First street up to time steamer Pot
ter leaves and on steamer thereafter to re
serve rooms and answer any inquiries
about rates of this hotel.
The miniature railway, summit Mount
Tabor, operates open cars, roomy cars,
overcrowding prohibited, every passenger
must have a seat, and standing In cars
not allowed by the management. Think
Don't forget the Foresters picnic and
dance at Rohse's Park, Fulton, Sunday,
July 20. Southern Pacific Band will ren
. der the best of music Take Fulton cars.
Admission, gents 25c, their lady friends
Golf, Golf, Golf. Nine-hole links at
Seaside House. Hotel now open. Table
and service the best Weather delightful.
Come down Saturday. You arrive at hotel
In time for lunch.
NSXE O'CLOCK. 4c
Ladies, your attention is called to our
shirtwaist sale. Good values, low prices,
Just in. Corset-covers at 25c, 35c and 50c,
union made, at Beck's, 272 Washington1
First United Presbyterian Church, Sixth
and Montgomery streets. The Rev. W.
W. Logan, of Los Angeles, a former pas
tor, will preach at 11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
First Presbyterian, Twelfth and Al
der. Morning worship. 10:30; evening wor
ship. 7:45. Rev. E. T. Allen will preach
morning and evening.
Special Alaska excursions, Julj' 25 and
August 4. Fare. $40. round trip. Particu
lars Pacific Coast S. S. Co., 249 Washing
Umbrellas ma.de In Oregon; latest
styles; lowest prices. Repairing and re
covering. Meredith's. Washington & 6th.
Long Beach. The Portland now open
for guests. European plan. Restaurant a
la carte. Eugene Hanneman, Propr.
Lost or Stolen. Columbia chalnless
coaster-brake 1900 model man's bicycle.
Return to Police Station.
Special sale Japanese caramels, 15 cents
per pound, today only. Carroll's, opposite
Garden Hose Clearance Sale.
Adolph A. Dekum, 131-133 First St.
F. W. Baltes & Co.. linotypers. printers.
Marshmallow Ice cream dally. Carroll's.
Child's lace 74c sale. Marks Shoe Co.
Mrs. Waggoner Goes Back. Mrs. Mary
Waggoner, discoverer of the dead body of
Desperado David Merrill, and claimant
for the $1500 reward offered by Superin
tendent J. D. Lee, of the Oregon State
Penltentiarj't passed through the city yes
terday, en route from Salem to her home
at Napavine. Wash. Mrs. Waggoner re
turns home minus the coveted $1500, and
considerably disgruntled over the fact that
Superintendent Lee refuses to pay her
claim. Mrs. Waggoner, was accompanied
by Sheriff Deggeler, of Lewis County,
Washington, who assisted her in convey
ing the body of Merrill to Sajiexn, where
it was burled on Thursday. Superintend
ent Lee offered Mrs. Waggoner $300 for
returning the body of the dead outlnw,
but refused to pay the full $1500, saying
that that sum was offered for the "cap
ture and return of Merrill, dead r.r alive."
Mrs. Waggoner refused to accept the $300.
The woman's claim will bo laid before
Governor Geer upon his return from
Mount Adams, and it Is quite likely that
all parties concerned will abide by the
Governor's decision. Should the case be
taken Into court, the developments might
prove Interesting, as the settlement would
Involve some very knotty legal problems.
The expense of transporting Merrill's body
to Salem amounted to a"bout $215, and it
Is generally thought that Mrs. Waggoner
should receive more than $300, although it
is not generally admitted that she is en
titled to the fulL,$1500.
Cool Off on the Plaza Blocks. Dur
ing the warm days this Summer the plaza
blocks, or Lownsdale and Chapman
Squares, as they are officially known, have
been crowded with men and women, who
appeared to nno conuort unaer me snaay
trees, and also by gazing upon others who
were passing by on the sweltering streets,
and who had no time to take Ji momentary
rest on the benches or the ground. This
has grown so common that it would hard
ly have been noticeable but for an un
usual occurrence yesterday. In the south
plaza two young men started a game of
pitch and catch, and a number of peonle
looked on. The men appeared to be en
joying themselves thoroughly, and per
spiring freely, and when an acquaintance
passed by and asked them what they were
doing they said, "Only cooling off."
"Isn't It a queer way to cool off?" was
asked. "Oh, no," one replied; "after a lit
tle exercise in Summer a fellow feels fine,
and when he getsNout on the street he"no
tlces the heat so little that he makes you
people feel like cold ones."
Crowds Use Free Baths. More than
1500 people, mostly small boys, used the
free baths yesterday, and the sum of
$22 50 was taken In by the superintendent
for the rental of suits. As every effort is
used to have the boys who use the baths
own their own suits, so as to have the
use of the baths entirely free, this would
indicate that even in ordinarily hot weath
er the income of the baths will be con
siderable, and gives promise of a fund in
the future which may provide more baths
at other localities along the river front
where they will be appreciated. It. is ex
pected that the crowds will continue to
flock to the baths all through August, L.
Samuel and Edward Holman, the patron
saints of the In.nitutlo'n, are highly de
lighted with the success of the baths, and
are often found among the spectators who
watch the youngsters In the water.
Taken Bac? to Kalama. Chester Gra
ham, the youthful burglar-bruiser, who
caused Detective John Cordano so much
trouble on Thursday morning, was taken
to Kalama yesterday by Sheriff Hunting
ton, of Cowlitz County. Graham is want
ed at Kalama for burglary, and, although
he is but 17 years of age, he will no doubt
be sent -to the Washington State Peniten
tiary at Walla Walla. Graham is a very
hard customer, having served time In the
Reform Schools of Oregon and Washing
ton, escaping from both Institutions.. Of
ficials of the Washington Reform School
were In the city yesterday, endeavoring
to get Graham, but as the charge from
Kalama is a serious one, the youth was
turned" over to the Sheriff from that place.
Four Blocks Yet to Finish. The
Fourth-street improvement is still held
up. The delay, according--to the state
ment made by the contractors is due to a
scarcity of wood blocks. There still re-"
main four blocks to be done from Morri
son to Main streets. The blocks are to be
furnished by the Jones Lumber Com-'
pany, which has not had logs enough on
hand to fill the order. The contractor'
says that the blocks are cut from new
logs recently cut, and this makGs it more
difficult for the order to be filled. The
contractors have until September to fin
ish the work, but expect to be through
with it in two weeks.
Dalles Daily Boats. White Collar
Line, leaving foot of Alder street 7 A. M..
except Sunday; leave The Dalles daily 7
A. M except Sunday; land at all way
landings between Portland and The
Dalles. The scenic route of the world.
Tickets sold going by boat to Cascade
Locks or The Dalles, returning by O. R.
& N. Co. train. Tickets sold by O. R. &
2sT. Co. train leaves 9 A. M. for Locks or
The Dalles, return by White Collar Line
boat. See "Dalles" electric sign. Both
'phones Main 351.
New Mining Company. Articles of In
corporation of the Mount Fairy Mining
Company, with a capital stock of $100,000,
have been filed with the County Clerk by
Carl Ziegele, Charles J. Schnabel, Ulrlch
Zeltfuchs. Theo Bergmann. Charles Bar
tram. The objects arc staled to be devel
oping quartz and placer mines in the
Mount St. Helens district, which have in
recent explorations shown to possess rich
deposits of gold and copper. The princi
pal office and place, of business will be in
Now in County Jail. G. O. Rowley,
insane over religion, was brought to the
County Jail yesterday morning. Several
days ago he was taken to the police sta
tion, and after he had calmed down some
what he was allowed to go home with his
sister. Yesterday he again became violent
and officers had to be sent after him.
After he had been placed In a cell Rowley
stripped himself of his clothing, and he
was noisy and troublesome. He is 43
No Case Against Tony -Arnaud. Tony
Arnaud, proprietor of the Elegant saloon,
and Annie Buck, who were charged with
larceny of $325 In gold from the person of
a Portuguese named M. N. Perelra, were
discharged yesterday by Municipal Judge
Hogue. The case occupied considerable
time In the Municipal Court during the
afternoon. Judge Hogue held that the
evidence against the parties was insuffi
cient, and ordered their discharge.
Why squander money on long, dusty,
hot, tiresome exourslons, when the minia
ture railway on summit of Mount Tabor
is prepared for any and all excursion par
ties, over well-ballasted, dustless track of
heavy steel, affording great pleasure,
economy and safety to Its passengers.
Band Concert, miniature railway,
plenty of seats, large shade trees on sum
mit of Mount Tabor tonight and Sunday
afternoon. The City & Suburban Railway
Company will run open cars on flve-mln-ute
frequency from Third and Yamhill.
"The Daisy Chain."
Grand Concert This Evening
At Chautauqua, Gladstone Park.
Mrs. Walter. Reed, Mrs. Albert
Mr, William Belcher, Mr. Dom Zan.
Remember, City & Suburban Railway
Company will run the only cars to sum
mit of Mount Tabor connecting with regu
lar schedule on miniature railway.
Numerous burglaries are reported by
the police. Better see Clemens & O'Bryan.
They will Insure you against loss.
The temperature is SO deg. cooler when
riding on the miniature railway on sum
mit of Mount Tabor tonight and Sunday.
Take 6:30 or 7:15 Southern Pacific train
East Washington street for Chautauqua.
Biggest and best day.
Races at Irvinoton Park. Sunday,
July 20. Races Called 2:30 Sharp.
Dr. Jefferd3 has returned, and is in his
office at the usual time.
Clemens & O'Bryan will be your surety
One Way to Raise Beef Prices. An
Irate citizen "was pacing the streets yes
terday. So irate was he that be couldn't
stay in his office, and got several degrees
hotter than the thermometer. His butch
er had filmflammed him out of $5. The
night before he bought a beefsteak for 30
cents. He gave the butcher a $10 gold
piece, and that worthy went next door to
get It chapged. When he returned he
gave the man $4 70, and that Individual,
being" absent-minded, did not notice the
cheat. But the transaction dawned upon
him. in the morning Just after he woke
up. Down he bounded to the butcher.
Would the butcher return the other $5?
Of course not- Did the man take him for
a chump? Evidently the man did. for he
Insisted, but the butcher maintained the
man ha,d given him a $3 piece, not $10,
and no amount of moral suasion could
change his mind. So the beefsteak cost
the man $5 30, whereas he thought he was
getting it for 30 cents.
Too Healthy to Work! "Workingmen
ore flush with money these times," said
an employment agent yesterday. "They've
got money to throw at the birds. You
don't believe It? Well, listen. Last even
ing four men came to my office for work.
They paid their fees, each man $1, and I
sent them to a brickyard, where their
services were in great demand at $2 25
a day. They didn't even go to work. This
morning they came back, said the brick-
Death of Patrick Kelly. Judge
Webster yesterday received a telegram
from the superintendent of the Insane
Asylum at Salem, announcing the death
of Patrick Kelly, who was committed
from Portland in the year 1SS0. The su
perintendent desired a notice of the death
published, so as to apprise relatives or
friends of the deceased of the occurrence.
Robbed by a Pickpocket. Miss Myrtle
Cherlen, who lives on the corner of East
Twelfth and Ash streets, reported to the
police yesterday that her watch was stolen
In the crowd at Shields' Park on Thurs
day evening. The young woman is accus
Umcd to wearing her watch on the out
side of her waist, and the theft was prob
ably the work of some pickpocket.
Cooper Is Caught. One J. C. Cooper,
who was arrested several days ago In this
city, rharged with larceny, and who was
out on $230 ball.last week Jumped the
town and went to Eastern Oregon. He
was arrested yesterday at Sumpter, for
which place Detective Kerrigan left last
evening to return Cooper to this city.
Melons Will Come Today. The flrst
carload of watermelons this season will
arrive today from Fresno. CaL Oregon
melons arc fine fruit, but they ripen
after the best selling season. For this
reason the larger part of the melons con
sumed here are Imported.
Lost a Watch ad Chain. While
. IN TOMORROW'S OREGONIAN.
Additional to all the news' and tho customary departments. TheSunday OreBO
nlan tomorrow will contain:
FROM LADDERMAN TO DEPUTY CHIEF First Installment of a captivat
ing story for boys. How Dan Hale won the three trumpets, illustrated.
SOCIAIi LIFE UNDER THE ARCTIC CIRCLE How the people of Nome en
tertained themselves last Winter. Illustrated.
SEVEN SHORT ERMONS--One each by Professor Camllle Mellnaud. Mrs.
John A. Logan. Bishop C. N. Matz. Emlle OHIver, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Har
riet Prescott SpofTord and an experienced nurse.
"WITH MALICE AFORETHOUGHT" How a roan of the sea broke a rule of
Jio Portland Library. By John Fleming- Wilson. . (
MR. DOOLET ON THE PLEASURES OF THE RICH Fine satire on the col
ony at NewporL
HOMES AND HAUNTS OF FAMOUS AUTHORS IIJ. The Brownings. By
Helen Zimmerman, author of "Half Hours With Famous Novelists."
SCENIC BEAUTT OF PORTLAND HOMES Number 5.
AMERICAN MONOPOLY OF ENGLAND'S MATCH BUSINESS How Yankea
enterprise knocked out British conservatism. Illustrated.
GEORGE ADES FABLES Four short ones about peculiar people whom every
yard wasn't running, and wanted their
money returned. L turned to the telephone
to ask the owner of the yard about It.
He told me he was working, all right,
and that the four men had only cast
their optics over his yard, and done noth
ing more. When I was through at the
'phone two of the men had vanished. The
other two paid me 0 cents each to send
them down the river to railroad' jobs.
That made $5 I got out of those four men.
They were simply nomadic citizens,
princes of the land, who didn't care if
th,ey never came back. Just so they got
all they wanted to eat. These men could
throw money away and be happy."
Active in Brickyards. The seven
brickyards o'f the city are all working to
their full capacity. Their dally output
this fine weather Is about 225.000 bricks a
day. All of them are working short of
tholr full quota, of men, and are unable
to got as many hands as they need. In
tho past two weeks, since the boycott of
the planing mills by the labor unions was
declared off, demand for bricks has Im
proved. Before that time business bor
dered on dullness. A brlckmakor esti
mated yesterday that the strike had les
sened tire-output of the yards about 1.500,
000 bricks. Stocks thus far accumulated
amount-to about 7,500,000 bricks. Buildings
on which bricks are being used are those
at Second and Columbia streets. Third and
Madison, Third, and Salmon, First and
Oak, First and Washington, and Lowns
dale "and Morrison. There is also' consid
erable small work going on around the
Fruit Scarce and High Priced.
Fruits for household purposes will be
scarcer and higher priced this year than
usual. Apples and peaches seem to be
tho only important fruits that will have
a full crop. The seasons for the various
varieties of fruit will be short This was
the case with strawberries, as everybody
remembers, and it will also be the case
with cherries, which do not amount this
year to more than a quarter of a crop.
Women who have counted upon over
supply in the past to bring down prices
will be disappointed this year. The crop
of pears will be of fairly good, size, be
tween one-half and three-fourths of a
crop, according to different authorities.
.White Collar Line Boat. Astoria
dally excursions, leaving foot Alder street
7 A. M., except Sunday, returning from
Astoria 7 P. M., except Sunday. This is
a lovely ride down the broad and magnifi
cent Columbia river, passing immense sal
mon canneries, seining grounds, fishtraps,
all now in operation. Hundreds of fish
boats, with white sail ever set, chasing
the royal chinook salmon. Fine meals,
attentive officers. The Ideal trip for pleas
ure. See Dalles" electric sign. Both
'phones Main 35L
Wants Padded Cell for County Jail.
Sheriff Storey yesterday applied to the
Board of County Commissioners for per
mission to have one of the cells In the
County Jail padded. A padded cell has
long been needed for the protection of
crazy people confined In the jail who are
violent and likely to Injure themselves.
The Sheriff was told to receive estimates
of what the work will cost and after
these have been obtained and submitted
a decision in regard to the matter will be
School Not to Close. The Board of
Trustees of the Bishop Scott Academy de
sires to correct a report, that has been
circulated about the school's being closed
and the campus cut up Into residence
lots. The trustees have decided to sell
a strip of land 100 feet in depth facing
Everett street and running from Nine
teenth to Twentieth streets. The rest of
tho campus will remain Intact, and the
school will be operated under the same
management as last year.
A. O. U. W. Grand Lodge Adjourns.
The Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., held an
adjourned session yesterday morning. In
stalled officers and adjourned. This year's
session of the Grand Lodge was a very
harmonious one. and the condition of the
A. O. U. W. in Oregon was found to be
in a highly satisfactory state. .Most of
the delegates returned to their homes last
Sunday Outingb. There is. nothing bet
ter than the cooling river breezes as a
tonic for the tired mind and body. Take
tho river ride to Oregon City or Magone's
Park on Sunday and expand your lungs.
You can afford to take the family.,. Round
trip is only 25 cents. .Boats leave Taylor
street every hour from S:30 A. M. to 6:30
P. M. Round trip 25 cents.
Soldiers for"Puget Sound. Two com
panies of coast artillery arrived from San
Francisco last night, en route to Fort
Casey, on Puget Sound, and left imme
diately for their northern destination. The
soldiers number 184 men, under command
of Captain K. P. Tracy and five officers.
They left San Francisco Thursday morn
Robbed at Swimmino Baths. Ben
Ledln, of 223 Front street visited the
free swimming bath Thursday afternoon,
and while enjoying a cool plunge had his
pockets rifled and a handsome gold-plated
Elgin watch taken therefrom. The police
have the matter in hand, and It Is quite
likely that the thief will be arrested.
The best music In the city will be pro
duced on summit of Mount Tabor tonight
and Sunday afternoon. City & Suburban
Railway cars. Third and YamhllL
Last Great Dat.
Colonel John Sobieski, 2 P. 1L
working on a new building at Thirteenth
and Hall streets on Thursday, T. G. Leo,
a carpenter, was robbed of a gold watch
and chain. The thief entered the apart
ment where the workmen are accustomed
to hang the'lr coats and vests and went
through Leo's vest, stealing the above
Have you seen the miniature railway?
Trains will be run on schedule time to
night at Mount Tabor. .
E. H. Guie, the well-known Seattle
lawyer, is at the Portland, accompanied
by his family.
Chief Engineer L. D. Kinney, of the
Great Central Railroad, has gone to Coos
Bay on business connected with the rail
road. Mrs. S. Bullock, who has been absent
for the past three months, returned to her
home in this city a few days ago. Mrs.
Bullock spent some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Shipley, in New York, and vis
ited friends and relatives in Boston, Phila
delphia and Washington. Like all loyal
Oregonians she is glad to return to the
land of balmy breeze? and seasonable
Judge James A. Waymlre, of San Fran
cisco, accompanied by his son, arrived in
the- city yesterday morning, and Is regis
tered at the Portland. Judge Waymlre
was once a resident of Oregon, belong
ing to one of the pioneer families of the
state. He removed to California and
achieved distinction In the legal profes
sion. This morning Judge Waymlre and
his. son will leave for the upper Des
chutes country on a business and pleasure
BALTIMORE, July 18. Dr. F. Mann
Richardson, profeysor of organic chem
istry in Lcland Stanford University, is
at the Union Protestant Infirmary. In this
City, suffering from blood-poisoning. His
condition Is reported to be serious. His
family, including his wife and children,
from California, and his mother, from St
Louis, are in the city. Little hope Is en
tertained for his recovery.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 18. Ezra Perln
Savage, Governor of Nebraska, and the
members of his staff have arrived here
from the southern part of the state. Dur
ing the next few days tho visitors will
devote thcli time to sight-seeing, before
starting on their journey homeward.
NEW YORK, July 18. Northwestern
people registered at New York hotels to
day as follows:
From Portland W. F. Murphy, at the
From Spokane F. G. Matheson, at the
Instant death to chicken lice. Paint
roosts and nest-boxes with Avenarius
FISHER, THORSEN & CO.,
Front and Morrison.
WHERE TO DINE.
Summer delicacies and substantial at
the Portland Restaurant, 305 Washington.
McDorrell Holds the Rltrhtii.
MILWAUKEE. July IS. Judge Halsey.
THE WHITE IS KING
OF ALIi SEWING MACHINES
Phone South 2461.
The best-made machine on the market today
Is the White. It Is made of the flnest steel
and by the best workmen. Buy the White
and you will be happy. It has the flnest set
of attachments and It will do the flnest work.
Write us for catalogue and rrlce lint, or call us
up by phone South 24G1 Machines for rent;
needles and parta for sexvlng machines.
THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE OFFICE
COR. SIXTH AND ALDER, STS.
Opposite OreRonlan Bids.. Portland.
of the Circuit Court, has handed down
an opinion In which he decides that Mel
bourne McDowell holds the rights of the
plays of "La Tosca" and "Cleopatra."
which rights he Inherits from his wife,
the late Fanny Dnvenport
SAVE MONEY ON SHOES.
Beginning Friday morning, July IS, we
will begin our flrst July clearance sale of
high-grade ladies' and men's shoes, in
order to make room for qur large Fall
stock, which will soon arrive. Ail prices
will be reduced, except on contract goods.
Our regular 55 00 values, sale price tl 15.
Our regular "54 00 values, sale price $3 35.
Our regular $3 50 values, sale prfce $2 &5.
Our regular ?2 50 values, sale price jl 95.
These goods are standard makes, all
styles and guaranteed.
We also have 500 pairs of ladles', misses'
and children's shoes, broken lines, to be
closed out at less than cost ,
This sale will close August 2, 1002.
M. BILLINGS, 223 Morrison St
I'TS GOOD TIME TO PAINT.
Bay State paint is durable.
FISHER, THORSEN & CO.,
Front and Morrison.
Klnmnth Hot Springs.
Most noted Summer resort In Northern Call
fornla. Near South. Pac. Convenient for Oregon
people. Address Edson Bros.. iSeswlck. Cat.
IIIsn-GraUe Plana for Rent.
Sold on easy installments. Pianos tuned
and repaired. H. Sinsneimer. 7; Third a.
Dr. Walter A. Rogers
Graduate of the A. T. Still School of Os
teopathy, Klrkuvllle. Mo.
Office o&:-3:US-"S3 1 Mnniuuiu Hide
Phone Main 27.
Dr. Gertrude L. Gates
Graduate of The Northern Institute of
Dr. Rostra' Olllce.
Dlt. L. B. SMITH.
Of A. T. Still School. Klrksvllle. Mo. Old
est Osteopath In Oregon. Fourth year In
Portland. Consultation freo at olllce.
409 Oregonian BIdg.
Phone Oak 42L
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1 if.lftt 3""$
Imperial Hair Regenerator
The Standard Hair Coloring
for Gray or Bleached Hair, is a clean,
dnrablo and perfectly harmless llalr
Coloring. Any natural shade. Ieavliiif
hair lieantlfnl, clean aart glossy. ONU
APPLICATION LASTS MONTHS.
sfjJpS Saaplo of hair colored frea. Privacy
IMPERIAL CHtHICAlMFG CO., 135 W. 23d St, New Yjrk.
Kidney, J.tver nntl
jpply torohn Hoerr. lGlfi Plno.St.T.onis,Mo.
Hot Weather Specials
SATURDAY'S VALUES AND
Midsummer Sale Prices
TVe are business-building:, and aim to win the trust and confidence of
the great public by furnishing them every day (not spnsmodically) the
best goods at the lowest prices. Thousands of 'wideawake shoppers have
learned this economic secret, and every day their ranks receive large, ac
cessions. Today will be a day of bargains.
Ladies' Bathing Suits, Caps
The newest and latest to date; colors, black, navy and cardinal. In Eng
lish, mohair etamlne and all-wool Venetian. Special prices for today,
$1.43. $1.90. $2.00. J2.43. $2.75, $3.43. 54.43. $5.35 and upward to $9.S0 and $10.43.
Manufactured to our order by the largest bathing-suit concern in America.
Sample Walking Skirts and Ulsters
If you peed a walking skirt or traveling wrap, ulster or duster, see
us today, for special values and bargains. We can suit you. We have
tho stuff and the prices are right, with a guarantee back of every gar
ment. 9S 5-12 dozen of fine percale wrappers, $1.50 values, today for S7c;
$l.o and $2.00 wrappers for Doc. that's all.
mcallen & McDonnell
Corner Third and Morrison Sts.
Store Open Till 0x30.
'Phone Main 732.
Ldrent Clothiers In the Xortlnvest.
S. "V. Cor. F-ourtli and Morrison
White Vests in all the new materials,
Straw Hats, Panamas, French Palms
. and Porto Ricos, Lightweight Un
derwear, Negligee Shirts and all
other wearing apparel to keep cool
All the above seasonable articles are
marked down in our Midsummer
Going around with crooked spectacles,
and poorly adjusted eye glasses.
We are quite busy in our Optical Department,
but will be glad to take the time to true and
adjust your glasses, whether you bought them
of us or not. It will cost you nothing and take
but a few moments of time. Drop in.
Cor. 3C and
''S'5'oNv3a'ovy,o"o"5 ovSvoovov3iSl'y,o 9
Irental dullness and deficiency in S
children often come from, eye de- )
fects. Dr. Charles Stedman Bull, -
the famous expert on vision, says: )
"IIrprnietropia Is th most frpquent A
cause of visual trouble with children. )
It -Incapacitates for any prolonged ef- )
fort or brings on such headaches that J
prolonged study la impossible." S
Bring your children to the Portland j
Optical Institute for free consulta- o)
WALTER REED ;
g The Optician
C 133 Sixth St., OreUonlan BIdg. '
MfeiUteiialsl no poison
Has ever peon louna
in the enamel of
Tho BLUE LA3EL,
Decision of Intttd
States Court, pasted
on eTtry piece,
If tnbstltntes are of
fered, write u.
New Booklet Prcc.
Ware it told bv tke
T.l3ce H Gretleaa
UIZ. Co., 2Tw Tert.
Dr. Fred Prehn. Dekum old?
Full aet teeth
Gold crowns. 22K
Brides work 22K
All tha latent appli
ances for doing perfect
work. Fred Prehn. The
Dekum. cor. 2d and Washington. Portland. Or.
BUYS YOUR CHOICE OF
150 PAIRS OF
Misses' and Children's
Tan or Black Shoes
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON.
I HAVE YOU EVER BOUGHT t
A PAIR OF
LITTLE ONE AT
Kadway'a Readr Relief Is a cure for every pain,
toothache, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism.
I FIFTH AND WASHINGTON t
Dr E C BROWN ETE AND EAR diseases.
VI. 1.. V. DIU H a Uarauam hlde..room 528-
"USE THE MEANS AND HEAVEN WILL GIVE YOU
THE BLESSING." NEVER NEGLECT A
USEFUL ARTICLE LIKE
SUS t& ill 3S ,aeg5'
I OUR SALE STILL
1 THE FINEST MEN'S CLOTHING
: IN PORTLAND AT
Every garment is cut in the very latest style, excellently
tailored ' and perfect fitting. Now is the time to buy
we have your size and can fit you.
alem Woolen (Vlills Store
85-87 Third St., between Stark and Oak Streets