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THE MORNING OREGONIAN TUESDAY. 'AUGUST
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The Orcsonlnn's Telephones.
Counting Room ll&ln 687
Managing Editor Main C3C
City Editor Main ICC
Composing Room Mala
East Side Office TI,JUS
Superintendent Bulldlne -3
Counting Room C2I
Editorial Rooms !J
SHIELDS PARK (13th nnd Washlngton)
Demontrello, the Lamonta. vaudeville ana
Mr. 3tmRELL and His Chickens.
"Walter F. Burrell, the well-known cap
italist, was arrested yesterday as he
alighted from a train at the Union De
pot, by Deputy Game "Warden Henry AV.
Prcttyman, charged with having In his
possession prairie chickens out of season.
Arrangements were made that, he would
attend a hearing before Municipal Judge
Hogue. The complaint against him was
issued by Deputy District Attorney
Spencer. It is understood that Mr. Bur
rell's contention Is that as he caught the
chickens in Wasco County, he thought
there would not bo any harm in bringing
the game to this county. But there is
where he erred, for shortly after his train
left The Dalles early yesterday morning
a Deputy Game "Warden caught on to the
fact that Mr. Burrell and his chickens
were speeding toward Portland. So this
vigilant officer of the law telegraphed to
Deputy Game "Warden Prettyman to stop
Mr. Burrell when the latter arrived at
the Terminal Depot on train No. 3. When
the case, came before Municipal Judge.
Hogue everything was conducted very
quietly. Mr. Burrell pleaded guilty quiet
ly, and was as quietly fined ?15, but as the
Judge remitted $10 of the fine, the net
amount of the fine was ?5. Some light
ning calculators in court wished to llnd
out what each chicken had cost Mr. Bur
rell, but it was not possible to discover
the number of chicks that had been
Remove Oil Tanks. A petition asking
the Common Council to take such ac
tion as may be necessary to cause the re
moval of the tanks of the Standard Oil
Company from their present location was
filed with City Auditor Devlin yesterday
by residents and property-owners on and
in the vicinity of East Second and Madi
son streets, which was swept by fire a
short time ago, and which is close to file
tanka The petition states that the tanks
are a menace to life and property, and Is
signed by D. C. O'Reilly, H. N. Burpee,
Russell & Blyth, Paul "Wesslnger, James
Surman, M. D., G. E. Wharton, Emll
Howman, Philo Holbrook, W. L. Boise,
L. J. Goldsmith, A. W. Moore, H. Weln
hard, Thomas Hislop, C. E. Fields. J. F.
Brady, A. W. Lambert, E. M. Sargent
and S. Morrow. The petition will prob
ably be considered by the Council tomor
row in connection with Councilman Shark
ey's ordinance regulating the storage of
combustibles. Petitions for the improve
ment of East Taylor street from East
Water to Union avenue and for the laying
of concrete walks on both sides of East
Burnside street from East Twenty-second
to Twenty-fourth were also filed.
Mant Inmates at tub Poor Farm.
The poor farm and County Hospital con
tains at the present time about 120 in
mates. This at one time in the history of
Portland would have been considered a
large Winter crowd, and in the Summer
the average was about 80 Inmates. But
the population has largely increased, and
with the Increase in population there are
more indigent sick and poor to care for.
This it would seem ought not to be so
in the growing West, where it is nos
sible for almost anybody to make at least
a living, but it is a fact Just the same. A
Winter crowd now runs up to 1G0 and
over. In the County Hospital sick are now
attended to that were formerly sent to
the outside hospitals. Yesterday a woman
and two young children were sent to the
poor farm. The mother is sick and needs
hospital treatment. The children had to
be sent with her to be provided for until
she recovers. Their appearance showed
that she takes good care of them when
she is able to do so.
Japanese Pays $40 Fine. An under
sized Japanese, named N. Matoba, was
taken before Municipal Judge Hogue yes
terday to receive sentence on the charge
of being a dissolute person, a Jury hav
ing found Matoba guilty last week. The
Judge immediately sentenced the Jap to
pay a fine of $40, or serve 20 days In Jail,
tils attorney in the course of
a long-winded argument, wished to have
it appear on the Kjourt records that the
defendant must work on the city rock-
pile if ne undertook to serve the 20 days,
The Judge replied that, officially, he had
no knowledge of the rockpile regulation.
"Then I wish to appeal to a higher court.
lile a bond, went on Mr. Hume. But
this the Judge refused to accept, saying:
ii you acsire to present authorities show
ing that an appeal can' be taken from a
decision of this court I will look over such
authorities." The authorities hinted at.
however, were not forthcoming, and the
nne was paid.
sportsmen Return. A. E. Gulst and
W. E. Carlon returned yesterday from a
snort trip to the mountains, where they
Kinea a numDer or deer and blue grouse.
J. hey left the city July 26. leavinsr the
railroad at Roseburg, and making west
into me neart or the Coast Range. The
country tnrough this region Is one of
most difficult access, and the timber
is so thick that traveling is attends with
all difficulties possible. They remained In
the mountains five days, each killing the
limit of five deer, as the law on th ani
mals was up on July 15, and they can now
do snot wun impunity, if the legal num
ber Is not passed. The blue grouse are
also very plentiful, and -a number were
killed on the trip. They report many
huntsmen from Rosebunr and th vioin.
Uy In the mountains, and they were met
on Monday by Pete Parks and Morris
Aoram, or the city mentioned.
To Make Work Easier. County Clerk
Fields contemplates having an entrance
made between the County Clerk's office
ana the Recorder's office, in order to fa
cmiaie worK. At present, to eo from
one office to the other, it is necessarv to
go around by the hallways a distance of
BDout nair a block. The Recorder's office
is crowaea ror room, and Mr. Fields v
that with an entrance from one office to
tne omer some of the force in the Pp
corder's office can be civen desks !n thp
County Clerk's office proper, where there
is ample room, except when registration
oi voters is in progress. With the tw
umtrs connected mo dooks which are
jarge ana heavy can easily be carried
irom one to the other.
Dalles Daily Excursions by boats of
White Collar Line from foot Alder street
aauj, a. M. Grand scenic route of. the
ona. Moffett's Springs, famous resort
ou .Martin s Hot Springs, health sanltarl
um; jewett s, at White Salmon, noted
summer hotel for smnprv omi mc
Hood River, where stare stjrrtc fni oinu,?
Cap Inn, a mansion in the skies. Ask for
ucKeis to all these places. "Dalles
eiectric sign. Both phones. Main 351.
bad uay for Drunks. Twelv
drunKs were severely dealt with in the
Police Court yesterday. Formerly the
usual fine for a person charged with and
found guilty of drunkenness n.-nc r v-
terday Municipal Judge Hogue fined nine
drunks" $5 each, and two- of them $10
A" 'a onenr, Nate Kauffman
was nncu and the fine was paid.
Take Regulator Line,
Oak-Street Dock, J
7 A. M. :' .
Mount Tabor Park
Miniatup-e Railway". '
Don't Miss -It.
Fishing in the Necanicum. Judge
Cleland and family, who are spending the
Summer at their cottage on the Necanl
cum, are not among those who complain
of a scarcity of crabs, clams or fish at
the beach. They have a fine boat, and
the Judge, and Miss Mattic as well, have
developed Into fine oarsmen, and Mrs.
Cleland has become a very enthusiastic
and skillful fisherman with the troll, and
through their united efforts they manage
to secure a fair share of all the delicacies
to be found in that region. By a person
who arrived here yesterday morning from
Clatsop Mrs. Cleland sent a friend, who
has to remain at home, a beautiful trout
a foot in length a sample of those she
catches trolling in the Necanlcum and
also a magnificent crab, the meat as white
as snow, one of a lot captured by the
j Judge, who knows every haunt of these
crustaceans in the creek. Large numbers
of fine trout run up the Necanicum from
the sea at this season. In former days
they used to be trapped on a riffle near
the Seaside House, the first the trout
encountered on their way up the creek.
It was no uncommon thing in those dayn
to see a school of, say, 30 or 40 under
the bridge near the hotel late In the af
ternoon, and to see them all taken from
the trap on the riffle early the next morn
ing. .Such fishing as that is, of course,
not allowed any more, and the trollcrs en-
Joy better sport.
Little Tax Money Comes In. Business
In the tax department of the Sheriffs
office is quiet. Under the new law the
bulk of the taxes were collected in about
one month, and the work of checking up
Is nearly over with. Those who took ad-
antage of the law allowing taxes to be
made in two payments have until October
to make the second payment. A little
money Is taken in every day. Deputy
Sheriffs are still out seizing wheels of
persons who rldo on the bicycle paths
without having paid the bicycle tax. The
County Clerk still collects more or less
money on the old delinquent roll. These
receipts with fees added enable the County
Trcasuter always to have some money on
To Carb for Violent Insane. A pad
ded cell Is being placed in the county Jail
for the protection of insane patients who
sometimes, when violent, smash their
heads against the wall. A padded cell
has been asked for at various times for
years past, and for some reason the mat
ter was always dropped without action.
She'rift Storey requested authority from
the present Board of County Commission
ers, which granted his request at once.
H. P. Emery, the Courthouse carpenter,
is doing the work. The cost will be small.
County Jailer Jackson since he took
charge of the Jail has made the trusties
and some of the short-term prisoners
clean and scrub the Jail throughout.
Row Among Colored People. The va
rious troubles existing between three col
ored people, Richard Jackson and Joseph
and Jennie Foster, were passed upon by
a Jury in the Municipal Court yesterday.
First Jackson was placed on trial, charged
with assaulting the Forbes couple, and the
evidence went to show that both sides
were to blame, and that the woman threw
pepper in Jackson's face. The Jury re
turned a verdict of not guilty. Jackson
then turned around and preferred charges
of assault against the two Fosters. They
pleaded guilty and were fined 510 each.
Lawyer A. W. Wolf represented Jackson,
and prosecution was conducted by Deputy
District Attorney Gatens.
Baseball Today 3:30.
Baseball Today 3:30.
Baseball Today 3:30.
Behold tub Bold Tacoma Boys.
With Andrews to the Fore,
And "Strike-Out" Harmon in the Box,
Prepared to Scrap and Score.
Then Gaze Upon the Webfoot Cracks,
Van Buren, Engle, Webd,
And Little Sammie at the Plate,
All Ginger. Fire and Speed.
Baseball Today 3:30.
Baseball Today 3:30.
Baseball Today 3:30.
To Fohm Consumers' Leaque. Steps
will be taken to form a branch of the
Consumers' League In this city at a meet
ing to be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon
in the chapel of the Unitarian Church.
All interested in the work are invited.
Mrs. Frederick Nathan, of New York,
who gave such an excellent address on the
principles of a Consumers' League, at a
meeting held at the Scottish Rite Hall,
last Thursday night, ' will be present at
tne meeting this afternoon,, and further
explain the good work that can be ac
complished in organizing a branch league
Delay on Fourth Street. ,The
Fourth-street improvement is yet at a
stanasuu. At the corner of Madison
street the street is still blocked with
rails, and the barrels of tar are still lying
aiong tne edge of the curbs where they
have been for about a month. The con
tractors over two weeks ago said that
they were waiting for wooden blocks and
expected a supply soon. They have until
September to complete the Job, and will
doubtless get through by that time.
Astoria Daily Excursions by White
Collar Line. Boat foot Alder street dailv.
A. M except Sunday, for Astoria, the
city toy the sea. Chinook salmon can
nerleB'now doing their best work; tons of
fish. Come and take a ride. No tourist
should visit Oregon and miss this trip.
Held- to the Grand Jtmy.-John Hall
and Henry Jones, two youths who were
arrested last week, charged with obtain
ing money by passing bogus checks, were
Deiore -Municipal judge Hokuo vaster
day. They pleaded guilty, and were each
held in 52000 bail for the grand Jury.
For the Elks' Fair. Large line of
samples, advertising novelties, cards, ban
ners and 1903 calendars. Splendid souven
irs ror the ralr, the city, the advertiser.
can up phono Blue CT2.
umbrellas made in Oregon; latest
styles; lowest prices. Repairing and re
covering, iiereuith's. Washington & 6th.
See the announcement, this page, the
popular iiount Tabor Park.
Go to Mount Tabob Park.
New Programme Tonight.
SLAUGHTER SALE TODAY
Of Ladies' Silk and Mohair Raglans, fine Tailored Suits, Separate Skirts, Shirt
waists and House Wrappers. Note a few prices. Too busy to say more. Ad
vanced styles in new Silk Waists, White Embroidered Waists, short sleeves.
Elegant Black Lace Skirt, handsomely trimmed
with ribbon. A bargain even at $15.00.
Extraordinary bargains in House Wrappers.
Prices range from 35c upNto $1.25. Extra
sizes 42, 44, 46 a specialty.
Specials in Ladies' Bathing Suits, $1.50 $2.00,
$2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3.50, $4.85.
Prices cut on Ladies' Black and Colored Mer
See our corner window bargains in Ladies'
Summer Vests and Pants, Corsets and fine
Best values on earth in Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery. Newest things in fancy hose, also
lace effects, ranging from 15c up to 75c .pair.
"We sell hosiery.
Closing balance of our Bathing suits at less
What Visitors Say. A prominent ho- J
tel man said yesterday the principal com
plaint his guests have against the city is
that. is suffers awnings to be hung low
and to cover, in many cases, only half the
sldewallc The men, particularly those
who wear tile hats, he said, tell him that
they cannot go a block without losing
their headgear, unless they walk on the
edge of the curb or in the street, and as
they had no desire to appear singular
or to give an exhibition that would at
tract the attention of the email boy, they
had to keep their eyes open for awnings
and stoop when passing under them. The
ladles told him that It was Impossible to
make a parasol last more than a few
hours, for it was sure to be caught and
broken by the low-hanging covering of
the iron frame. In Eastern cities they
said the people were required to place the
awnings at least seven feet above the
sidewalk, and also to extend them to the
County Wants City Court FEEs.'-The
City Auditor's office received a telephone
communication from the County Auditor
yesterday, stating that he believed that
all fees collected In state cases tried in
the Municipal Co.urt should be paid Into
the County Treasury instead of the City
Treasury, as at present. Some time ago
the county appeared to think that It had
a claim upon such fees, but It never
pressed it Asked what action would be
taken In the matter Auditor Devlin said
the fees would be paid to the City Treas
urer as usual. Section 60 of the charter
provides, he said, for the payment of the
fees to the Treasurer, and the city" offi
cers Intend to follow the law.
Revolver Gobs" Off; People passing
Third and Morrison streets yesterday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock narrowly escaped
being hit by a bullet from a revolver be
longing to Howard Mufphy, a fruit ven
dor. Deputy Constable Atkins went in
the first place to serve an attachment on
Murphy to recover a debt of f5. and he
placed an attachment on the fruit In Mur
phy's wagon. Murphy started to unroll
a blanket under the seat of his wagon,
and his revolver dropped from the
.blanket when there was a bang, and a
bullet went whizzing over the pavement.
Fortunately nobody was injured. Murphy
was placed under arrest, and bemoaned
what he called his hard luck.
Charged With Larceny. N. W. Scott
was arrested byDetectlves Kerrigan and
Snow last night at Front and Stark
streets, charged with the larceny by bailee
of a wheel, on the complaint of W. J.
OiiEGON City Boats leave Taylor street
week days at S:30. 11:30 A. M., 3, C:15
P. M. Round trip, 25c. A most delightful
way to spend three hours.
CHINESE GAMES TO QUIT?
Police Communion MnUei
Chinese fan-tan sramcs are running In
Chinatown, and, although Mayor Will
iams, the Chief of Police and Commis
sioners Ladd and Rates examined the In
side arrangements of a notorious Chinese
gambling den on Second street, after they
attended a meeting of the Police Commis
sion, it was officially given out that the
Commissioners had not discussed the
gambling question. The Police Commis
sion usually meets evenings, but yester
day's meeting was called at an early
hour.In the afternoon. Th6 resignation of
Policeman Frank Bulger was presented
and accepted.. On the application of City
Auditor Devlin, C. S. Simmons was ap
pointed special officer at the City Hall,
with police authority.
These three applications for positions
as regular policemen were considered, but
no action taken: H. C. Lee, born In Wis
consin in 1SGS, formerly a business man;
has lived 10 years In this pity, resides at
2S0 East Sixth street, stands six feet tall
and weighs 190 pounds; Joseph E. Wol-
land. born in Wisconsin in 1875, has re
sided in Oregon two and one-half years,
resides at 2454 Front street. Is a logger.
stands six feet tall, and weighs 210 pounds;
J. S. Downey. 40 years old. recommended.
by Attorney F. R. Strong and S. M. Barr.
When Mayor Williams came down
stairs he was met by an Oegonian man,
who asked if anything of public Import
ance had happened at the meeting. "Noth
ing of Importance, replied the Mayor.
'We attended to routine business." He
then walked outside, where he was Joined
by the Chief of Police and Commissioners
Ladd and Bates, and the quartet went
into a notorious Chinese gambling den In
a house adjoining the firemen's headquar
ters, chemical No. 1 and hose company
No. 1. on the west side of Second street.
near Oak. They examined with evident In
terest the lron-sheathed door which guard
ed the entrance to the fan-tan games, the
same place where Mayor Rowe and Police
Commissioner Rankin were unwillingly de
tained for a bad quarter of an hour one
night about six months ago, when the
lock on the door obstinately refused to
open. A carpenter was forced to dislodge
the screw bolts before the visitors were
sot at liberty. However, no such acci
dent happened to Mayor Williams' lit
tle party yesterday, and ,thcy came out
wearing Broad smiles. Evidently the Iron
door which will bar the policemen's prog.
ress when the season of the raids begins
tickled their fancy.
"Big men see ovah Chinee house. Come
In a hully," explained a perspiring China
man who stood guard at the street door.
Some sort of action against gambling Is
evidently contemplated. It is well known
In certain circles that the Chinamen have
been playing fan-tan on the oulet. al
though they were wnrned not to do so
by the police. There Is more or less aulet
gambling going on In the white houses. It
Is said, behind closed doors, and the
Chinamen reason. When the white people
gamble, why should our games be shut
Gcorsre Woodruff Burled.
The body of George Woodruff, who was
shot and killed July 11, and which
has been in the undertaking establish
ment of J. P. Flnley & Sons, await
ing the coming of relatives, was burled
yesterday afternoon in Lone Fire ceme
tery. The services were conducted at the
request of the relatives according to the
forms of the Episcopal church, at the
parlors of the undertaking establishment
and at the grave by C. L. Parker, lay
reader, connected with that church. r
TO OPEN PORTLAND BRANCH
California Corporatlen Make Tills
City Xortbrreat Headquarters.
The corporation of Waterhouse & Les
ter, with stores at Sacramento, San Fran
cisco and San Jose. Cal., dealers In wagon
and carriage supplies, will open a branch
house inthls city about January 1, In the
new Henry WelnJiard building now being
erected at, Fifth and Oak streets.
Portland has been selected after a care
ful examination of business conditions in
other cities of the Northwest.
E. W. A. Waterhouse Is president,
Seymour Waterhouse, secretary, and the
resident manager for the new Portland
branch will be A.- H. Wagner.
The officers of the corporation last night
signed a ten years' lease of part of the
Henry Welnhard building, at Nos. 6S and
70 Fifth street. They will occupy one
quarter of the entire building, with 50
feet frontage on' Fifth street, with five
stories and basement. Fifteen men will
be employed from the start, Waterhouse
& Lester first started business at Sacra
mento, where their wheel factory Is now
located. In 1S30.. Their San Francisco
branch was started two years later, and
their S,an Jose branch was begun about
the year ibsz.
"Our new Portland branch will take
care of our trado In Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and Alaskji," said E. W. A. Water-
house, l want to state mat we nave
selected Portland as the field for our new
operations. In preference to locating In
other cities we have personally visited
during- the past few weeks. I am con
vinced that we can secure here the best
general Jobbing facilities, after a careful
examination of other rival places. Port
land has a business destiny before her.
and the business outlook here Is unusually
POPULAR MT. TABOR PARK
More than 4000 people attended the
splendid vaudeville programme or rode
on the miniature railway at Mount Tabor
Park yesterday. Its . popularity grows
everj" day. and the varying programme
during the coming week must not be
overlooked. The De Garros on the high
wire in open air at 8:15 P. M. sharp. Il
lustrated songs; Professor Jack Hepburn,
trick cycle expert, are among the changes
WHERE TO DINE.
Are you a patron of the Portland Res
taurant. S05 Washington? It's the best.
The O R. & N. Co. has made a ns Mt.
for individual five-ride, round-trip com
mutation tickets. Portland to North
Beach and Clatsop Beach points. These
tickets will be good any time from date
of sale up to October 15, 1302. and will be
honored in either direction between Port
land and Astoria on the boats of the Ore
con Railroad & Navigation Company, the
White Collar Line, the Vancouver Trans
portation Company and on trains of tha
A. Sz C. R. R. Tickets now on sale at O.
R, & N. office. Third and Washington.
M. W. Davis. Dentist.
Phone Red 2SS3. 221& Morrison.
Better work and lower prices. Call and
XIlRli-Grade Pianos tor Rent.
Sold on easy installments. Pianos tuned
and repaired. H. Slnatielmer. 72 Third az.
Dr. Walter A. Rogers
Graduate of the A. T. Still School of Os
teopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo.
Office 532-533-534 Mnryuutu Bids.
Phone Main 27.
DR. L. IX. SMITH.
Of A. T. Btlll School. Klrksvllle. Mo. Old
est Osteopath In Oregon. Fourth year la
Portland. Consultation freo at offlc.
409 Oregonlan BIdg.
Lady Assistant. Phone Oak d.
Osteopathy at Seaside
DR. H. V. ADIX
Graduate of Still College, is located
one block east of Postoffice,. Sea
side, Or. Consultation free; office
hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5.
W. O. FLACK
Graduate of American School of Osteop
athy. Klrksvllle. Mo., under the founder
of the science. Dr. A. T. Still.
Mrs. W. O. Flack attendant.
Office 310 Ablngton building.
Consultation and examination free.
Phone Clay 630.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Accounting methods modernized.
CIS Oregonlan BIdg., Portland. Or.
Kid Gloves. Come today and be fitted per
fectly. AH $1.25 and $1.35 grades 95c.
Corset Sale. Hundreds of corsets sold day
after day. Never before were such values.
Summer and Bathing Corsets, values up to
$1.00 reduced to 15c and 25c.
Extra heavy Table Linens for hard wear, 15c,
20c and 25c.
Double Blankets, white or colored, for the
home, seaside or country, 50c, 60c, 65c, 75c,
95c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 a pair.
Bargains in Curtains. Suitable for all purposes.
Midsummer Sale prices on Quilts, Comforters,
Sample line of Alen's Fancy Undershirts, se
cured for 60c on the dollar. Swell styles in
Mount Hood Shirts for men and boys.
Prompt Service. Quick Delivery.
COR. THIRD AND MORRISON
PORTLAND, . OREGON
We have added a fine line
of the reliable
A. B. CAMERON PIANOS
FAMOUS BEHR PIANOS
It will pay1 you to inspect these pianos
before buying, as we buy for spot cash
and sell on easy payments. If we get 8
per cent Interest for profit we are satis
tied. We have no expensive hypnotising
agents to pay large salaries and commis
Graves & Co.
Importers nnd. Jobbers.
LEADING MUSIC DEALERS
122-124-126 Sixth Street
Sight is the expected heritage of !)
age. Defective vision in youth de- g
mars future careers. Thousands,
old and young, have received aid
at our hands.
JJ Examined free during vacation,
L whether glasses are ordered or no,
h) and true vision restored, if needed
( and desired, at special rates.
p WALTER KEED
C The Optician.
g 133 SLsh Si., Oregon tan BIdg.
The fourteenth year will open Monday,
The academy proper fits boys and girls
A primary and grammar school receives
boys and girls as earjy as the age of 6 and
fits them for the academy.
A gymnasium will be opened at the be
ginning of the school year on the academy
grounds. It will be In charge of a skilled
director. Physical training will be a part
of the work required of all students.
The academy will open in September a
boarding hall for girls. The hall will be
at 191 Eleventh street, and will be under
the Immediate supervision of Miss Colina
Campbell. Its supervision, appointment
and conduct will assure the comforts and
opportunities of a refined homd
For catalogue, or othpr Information, ad
dress Portland Academy, Portland, Or.
A Seleet BonrdlnB School for Boy.
Combines School Discipline with Home InRu
PtiiM. Character Bulldlns Chler Aim. Select
tirh a Distinctive Feature. Receives Twenty
Boys of Good Character. Prepares them for
Col Wee or Business Ltfe.
XaToI Discipline. Cadets arc In
stractcd In the Management of
Boats and Coached in Crevrs, singles
Building well equipped. Located on the east
shore of LaKe steuacoom. i-ure waier. uoou
Drainage. Wholeaome Food and Outdoor Exer
dee contribute to the health of punlls. In-
truetlon thorough and personal. Eleventh
year becln September 11. 1002. For Booklet
and Information address
D. S. PULKOUD, SOUTH TACOMA,
WASH.. It. F. D.
St. Paul's Boarding and
. . . Day School for Girls
WALLA WALLA. WASH.
Finishing and Accredited College Prepara
tnrv Courses. Good Winter climate: mean an
nual temperature, 54 deg.: mean annual rain
fall. 17.75 inches. Tne lieverena Anareas liaru.
President of Trustees; Miss Imogen Boyer.
Principal. Terms. $400 to fiOO.
ST. HELEN'5 HALL
Normal. Kindergarten and Primary
Open Wednesday, October 1, under the
Miss Elizabeth K. Matthews. Cook
Countv Normal School. Chicago, 111.
For further Information apply to
ST. HELEN'S HAIX.
PORTLAND PRIVATE SCHOOL. 361 YAM
hin t Twelfth year opens September 15,
1902. Has an established reputation for
thnrnueh work and rapid davancement of
ntmiia All F!nellsh branches taucht. Teach
ers nrenared for examination. For further
particulars pend for catalogue.
lies l&n ing
For absolute value the
"BiltWell" Shoe sold by
Has no equal. Com
plete lines carried in
both ladies' and men's
Dr. Fred Prbc Dekum Did
Full tst teeth
Philadelphia sradoat. .
All th IaUat appll
ances for coins perlfct
work. Fred Prehn. The
Eikurn. cor. 3d and IVaahl&cton. Portland. Or.
We have just received a fine line of high power
Field Glasses from the makers. If you are con
templating the purchase of a good glass we can
All kinds of Optical Rep.ulrinff done on very sllort notice,
! HOTEL GEARHART !
Rates: $2 to $3 per day. Reductions by the week.
Entirely remodeled and thoroughly modern.
Postofllce. telegrraph and telephone offices In tho hotel. Handsome
lawn, croquet ground and fine golf links: also good bowling alleys. Cuisine
perfect and presided over by one of the finest French chefs on the Coast.
Hotel Is regulated especially for the comfort and convenience of guests.
Eveiy attention to insure a pleasant outing. Finest facilities for bathing
of any resort In the Northwest.
P. H. SCHULDERMAN, Manager, Gearhart, Or.
NOW OPEN FOR SEASON 1902
RATES $7, $10, $12 AND $15 PER WEEK, INCLUDES ROOM AND BOARD
Tablo service unequaled before.
Best bathing facilities on Coast: no
danger; salt water bathing on solid, firm
Every room, electric-lighted and steam-
heated, with electric call-bells; also pri
vate baths with rooms.
For reservations, call on J. L. Mitchell. 615 Marquam building. Portland. Or.,
or phone Main 642.
A magnificent health resort In the heart
of the Cascade Mountains, for rest, health
and pleasure, scenery and climate. Chem-
1CUI UniUlS I1UV 11 IU UC IMC UC3L 111111'
eral water In the state for rheumatism,
kidney, liver and stomach trouble, stands
unsurpassed. Hot and cold soda baths.
Best of accommodations for transient and
steady boarders. Ideal camping grounds.
Kept clean. Terms. J1.0O and upward per
day. Liamping privuegetJ. ou cenia i
.-olc for adults. Take S. P. R. R. to
Lebanon and comfortable conveyance: 30
miles-to springs. Aaaress u. ai. uia
ENDORFER. Cascadla. Linn County. Or.
The Seaside House
Clatsop Beach, Or.
The finest Summer seaside resort In Ore
gon. Everything nrst-ciass. uou imss
For further information, address Man
ager Seaside House. Seaside, Or.
DON'T GET IK A SWEAT,
Perspiration " sweat" is what the Bible and wc common people cajl
it is a way nature has of driving out of the body refuse that has no
business there. We sweat more in summer, because, in the over
heated bowels, undigested food ferments more quickly than in winter
and produces irritating acids and gases. The bowels, overworked, try
to relieve themselves by violent convulsions, causing terrible gripes
Best for the Bowels.
The genuine tablet
money back. Sample
rt- E P HPflWN hte and ear diseases.
Ul. C v.. Ulvw 11 a uanjuam bldc.rooms Cit5-7.
Clothiers In. the A'ortliTrest.
S. W. Cor. Fourth anil Morrison
THIS WEEK IS
OF OUR GREAT
$9,85 s4$ 11.00
THESE SUITS ARB AJ.Tj CUT TJP TO
DATE IN NEW SINGLE AND DOUBLE
BREASTED STYLES. AND CANNOT BE
DUPLICATED ELSEWHERE FOR LESS
THAN 112.50. ?15 AND $13.
Cny. TIP. m-nil
House has Bplendld bowling alleys, bil
liard and pool-tables, lawn tennis courts,
croquet grounds and ping pong tables.
Long distance telephone in office.
Large, roomy grounds, splendid fishing
and other attractions.
Six trains pass door each day for Port
land and other seaside resorts.
Cloud Cap Inn
A mansion In the skies. Situated on tha
north slope of Mount Hood, 7000 feet abova
sea level. Stage's leave Hood River dally
via the Transfer & Livery Co. Through
tickets to the Inn can bo purchased at
O. R. & N. or Columbia. River steamer
ticket offices. For rates, etc., addres3
Mrs. S. Langllle. Hood River, Or.
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
ICow open for season 1902. On next blocls
from railroad station. Excellent tabla
board, with beautiful surroundings. Fine
eurf-bathing. No more attractive placa
on beach than tho Hackney Cottage.
MRS. JAMES HACKNHT,
P. O. Ilwaco. "Wash.
Is completed. Situated half-block north of
depot. Best meals on the beach.
and colics, ana diarrnoeai aiscnarges so
acid as to make you sore, and leaving
the intestines weak and worn out. Na
ture assists body-cleaning by
sending the filth out through
the pores of the skin. It is not
safe to stop perspiring alto
gether but most of the impure
matter should be sent out by
the natural movements of the
bowels, and the offensive, ill
smelling, linen-staining sweat
done away with. Keep your
bowels strong all summer with
the pleasant, candy cathartic
CASCARETS, that clean the
system and don't allow the ex
crement to be sweated out
through the pores. Take a
tablet every night, before go
ing to bed. They work while
you sleep and make you feel
fine and cool all day.,
All druggists, ioc, 35c. 50c .Never sold in bulk.
stamped CCC. Guaranteed to cure or your
and booklet free. Address
Remedy Qo.. Chfcneo -jr "- '-. .
"MISSOULA. "TETOXKA." ,
E. tt W. Two Nw Collar. S. W.