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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1905)
THE 2IOKXING- QKEGUXIATf, TUESDAY, JTJIiY 11, ISJUiT.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THJt OREGOXIAJi'S TEIXWIOXES.
Countlng-Rocm Main CC7
Managing Editor Main 630
Sunday Editor Main 0233
City Editor Main ICO
Society Editor Mala 0235
Composlnc-Room . Main CE5
Superintendent Bulldlnc..- Red 2S2G
East Bide Office East 01
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (MorriKoa St.
between 6th and 7th) Tonight at S:S0
o'clnrk, Kolb and 1)111, In 'The Beauty
BELASro THEATER (14th and Washing
ton) Bvcnlnp at 8:16, "A Fool and His
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrlson)
Matlneo at 2:ir and evening at b:15. Jihn
eton McCulley'a new play. "The Heir Ap
parent." GRAND THEATER (Park and Wnshlnsrton)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and -Washington
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30, 0 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (3d and Yamhill) Con
tinuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and U P. M.
THE O REG ONI AN AT THE SUMMER RE
SORTS The OrcRonlan 5s delivered by car
rier and Is on sale at the principal points on
Xnjr Beach, Seanlde and Yaqulna Bay. It
it. also on Mile nt Grarhart Park, Collins' Hot
Springs, Moffett'n Hot Springs and SU Mar
tin's Spring. Orders by xnall will receive
careful attention. All mail subscriptions
must be paid for In advance.
Fcnekal. of a Pioneek. The funeral of
John Jj. Sperry. pioneer and Indian War
veteran, took place yesterdnj afternoon
from his late home, 10 East Seventh
street. There vras an outpouring of old
residents and neighbors to do honor and
respect to the dead pioneer, the houso
"belngr filled and the grounds occupied.
Rev. S. C. Lapham. of the Baptist Church,
conducted the services In the hou?e. Pe
numbra Kelly, J. I,. Stuart. A. A. Kad
derly, Joseph Buchtel, Dr. C. H. Raffety
and Charles Ralstrom were the pallbear
ers. Representatives of the A. O. U. W.,
Sumner Post, G. A. R., Indian War Vet
erans and the Masonic order were pres
ent. At the conclusion of the sorvlces In
the house Washington Lodge, No. 40, A.
P. & A. M., took charge, and at the. grave
In Lone Fir Cemetery performed the
beautiful rites of the order.
Would Reguxate Speei of Autos.
The Mount Tabor Improvement Associa
tion at its regular monthly meeting last
night took steps toward compelling auto
mobiles to travel slower on the Base
Line road eastward from East Twentieth
street. W. G. Kern brought the matter
to the attention of the association on the
urgent request and vigorous complaint of
people living along the Base Line road,
who said that autos travel at the rate of
25 and 40 miles per hour. East of Mount
Tabor It was reported that they travel at
a terrific speed and to the complete dis
regard of the rights of teams. On motion,
F. S. Fields was appointed to call the at
tention of the Countly Court to the mat
ter and ask that some action be taken to
compel the chauffeurs to drive their ma
chines at a reasonable speed.
Came to Okegon1 is 1661. The funeral
of Carroll Howell, a Clackamas pioneer,
was held In the Sprlngwater Church, last
week. Rev. Mr. Stubbs conducting the
seriices. Interment took place In the
near-by cemetery. Mr. Howell died very
suddenly, July 2, at his home across the
Clackamas River from Estacada. He was
walking from his house to the barn, when
he was attacked with heart weakness,
and dropped to the ground, dying in a
very short time. Mr. Howell had been
afflicted with heart disease for some time.
He was 68 years of age, and crossed the
plains to Oregon in 18GL He was a native
of Washington County, Ark. He left a
widow, three daughters and seven sons.
Councilman1 Edwards Mat Resign.
Councilman C. D. Edwards, of St. Johns,
having sold his property there and moved
to Portland, where his business is located,
will probably tender his resignation or
his office will bo declared vacant. He is
one of the four who make up the major
ity in opposition to granting license to sell
liquor in St. Johns, the vote being 4 to 3
against licenses. With Mr. Edwards out
there will be a tie, but the Council will
elect a successor July 17, which may re
sult in changing the complexion of the
Council on this question.
T jlding Family Reunion. Miss Laura
ustin, who shortly goes to India as a
missionary from Oregon, is at Woodburn
with her brother. Rev. Lloyd B. Austin,
a Y. M. C. A. worker, where they arc
having a family reunion. Rev. L. B. Aus
tin will go to Los Angeles, where he will
enter the Y. M. C. A. work. Miss Austin
will be In Portland and Woodburn until
she starts for her-field in India some time
In the latter part of October, after the
meeting of the Oregon Methodist Episco
Station A Justifies Its Existence.
The first full month's report of business
done by Station A, established on Union
avenue and East Alder street, justifies its
establishment and tho work that was
done to get IL Its general business ran
up to nearly $5000 for June. Delivery of
mall is very satisfactory, through the
routes covered by the oight carriers from
Auto Kills Sirn; Dog. An automobile
ran over and killed a handsome Spitz dog
yesterday afternoon on East Burnside,
between the bridge and Union avenue.
Tlie auto was speeding up the incline to
Union avenue, when tho dog ran in front
being struck first by a front wheel and
then by a rear one. Witnesses say the
auto was going at a rate of about 18
miles an hour.
The Pacific Grain Co. yesterday ordered
three new L. C. Smith & Bros, visible
writing machines: other purchasers same
day were: McMillan Grain Co., Postal
Telegraph Co.. H. T. Botts, Dr. Blalock.
and County Clerk. Roseburg. L. & M.
Alexander & Co., dealers entire Coast, 122
J bird st., Portland, Or. Bargains in sec
Vebdict for Defendant. In tho law
suit of W. A. Miles to recover possession
from Catharine Huntsman of the prem
ises of tho former, tried yesterday before
a jury, in the East Side Court, tho ver
dict was for the defendant. The latter
showed that she had a verbal lease on the
rremises and that she had fully complied
Estacada Teachers Are Elected.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Surface have been
engaged to teach the Estacada School
the coming year, the term beginning next
September. It Is not expected that the
proposed new schoolhouse can be com
pleted this Fall.
Elected Officers. Maretta Lodge. Re
bekahs. University Park, has elected the
following officers: Mrs. Belle Nash, no
ble grand: Mrs. O. Beaumont, vice-grand:
Mrs. E. Hemstock. secretary: Mrs. Sing
er, past noble grand; Mrs. D. E. Hoyt,
Presbtterian Sunday School Picnic
The Calvary Presbyterian Sunday school
will picnic at Magoon's Landing Wednes
day. Boats leave Taylor-street dock S
and 11:30 o'clock. Round trip, 33 cents;
Two special steam trains with ample
accommodations make regular trips to
Chautauqua at Gladstone Park, during
the session July 11-23, leaving East Wash
Respectable place to borrow money on
diamonds and Jewelry. Collateral Loan
Bank, 269 Washington street Established
15 years. Lowest rates of interest.
Steamer F. A. Kilburn for San Fran
cisco, Eureka and Coos Bay points, Tues
day at 8 P. M., from Oak-street dock.
Telephone Main 2960 or Main 62S.
Dr. William A. Quayle, one of the
great speakers of America, delivers his
lecture on "Abraham Lincoln" at Chau
tauqua, this evening at 8 P. M.
All sojourning Orangemen are cordial
ly Invited to attend the 12th of July meet
ing of L. O. L., Is'o. 79, at Ross Hall, 24U
Senator John M. Thurston, of Nebras
ka, delivers a patriotic lecture at Chau
tauqua at 2 P. M. today.
Today Is "Patriotic Day" at Chautau
Must Deposit Monet. At a well-attended
meeting of citizens Interested In
the reopening of Grand avenue, closed
for the past six months, last night, at
the East Side Bank. S. C. Cobb presided
and explained that the city would pay
one-half of the cost of rebuilding the ele
vated roadway between Stark and Pine
streets. If the property-owners would de
posit one-half of the cost. Mr. Cobb said
that It would cost about $2200 to rebuild
the roadway, and that the property-owners
would have to deposit 51900 before the
city would start. A. W. Lambert. H. H.
Xewhall and Charles Burchert were ap
pointed to wait on the proporty-owncrs
and ask them to deposit the money.
Feared a Strike. Chief of Police
GrJtzmacher dispatched detectlcs to the
University Shingle Company's plant on
the Peninsula, yesterday morning, to
guard the property and men. A "walk
ing delegate" from Seattle had been there
and organized a union, and a strike was
scheduled to take place. Manager Kro
nert feared there would be serious trou
ble, and called upon Chief GrltzmachT
for assistance. In order to avert a riot
and to protect property, detectives were
sent to the scene, but there was no strike
.and consequently no trouble. j
Janitors Are Elected. At a meeting
of the City Board of Education last
night, John G. Whitehurst. Janitor of tho
Ladd School, tendered his resignation, and
his place was filled by the election of H.
W. Mitchell, a newcomer from Sioux City.
Ia. The resignation of Whitehurst was
caused by an Injured hand, which threat
ened to develop blood-poisoning. Other
Janitors elected, all being for the Fall
term, were: Xorth Central, John F.
Burns: Ockloy Green. W. P. Seeley. of
Sellwood; High School. T. E. Dowling (re- j
elected): Woodlawn, Charles W. Lee.
Wants Brakema?? Arrested. MjTtle
Smith, of 94 Ninth street North, reported
to the police last night that three months
ago she allowed Walter Esllnger, a South
ern Pacific brakeman, to take her gold
watch. That was when love's young
dream was of a rosy hue. Now the brake
man disappeared immediately after get
ting the watch, and the dream became a
nightmare. Yesterday, so she declared
to Captain Moore, he returned to the city,
and she wants him arrested.
Takes His Daughter Awat. Some ex
citement was caused yesterday when L.
Gee, whose wife resides at 122 Union
avenue, took charge of his daughter, Jes
sie, and disappeared, leaving the mother
behind without knowledge of where he
had gone. A stranger, known to the po
lice as Cunningham, attempted later In
the day to secure possession of the child,
but failed, and the father still has her.
To Entertain Commander-en-Chief at
Park. Ex-Department Commander B. F.
Pike is making arrangements for Commander-in-Chief
W. W. Blackmar, G. A
R.. to visit the Sellwood Park, general
campground of the veterans, next Thurs
day evening, when a big campfire will be
held. Mr. Pike will wire the commander-in-chief
at Boise today, when it will be
known whether ho can be present.
Confesses the Killing. Albert Gra
ham, colored, yesterday morning con
fessed to local detectives that he killed
a negro In Kansas City one year ago. He
was suspected of the crime when arrested
several days ago, and Saturday morning
was positively Identified by a detective, as
published Sunday. An officer is coming
to take him back to the scene of tho
crime for trial.
Permits for Improvements. The City
Engineer has granted permits to Wilda
Buckman for the improvement of East
Davis street, between Twentieth and
Twenty-second, abutting on lots 1 and 2.
in block 1, and lots 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5, In
block 5. and George Schlothauor for tho
improvement of Skidmore street, abut
ting on lot 16. in block L
Lecture bt Dk. Hillis. Dr. Newell
Dwight Hillls. of Plymouth Church,
Brooklyn, will lecture at the White Tom
pie at 8 o'clock tonight on "Oliver Crom
well and the English Revolution," apply
ing the lessons drawn to the Russian rev
olution. The lecture Is free and the pub
lic cordially Invited.
Ladies' Relief Society. The monthly
meeting of the Ladles' Relief Society will
be held at 2 P. M. today. In the First
Presbyterian Church, Twelfth and Alder
H. 3. Litt, Fourth and Washington
streets. In order to make room, we will
sell, Tuesday and Wednesday, 50 high
class tailored cults, ranging In price from
$20.50 to S42.50. for $15.00.
Burglars Rob Restaurant. Burglars
entered Elliott's Quick Lunch establish
ment In the Chamber of Commerce Sat
urday night and stole 511. The theft was
reported to the polico yesterday.
For Rent. Elegant 64-room building, all
modern; hot and cold water In rooms and
steam heat. Apply I. Gevurtz & Sons.
Steamer South Bay sails for San Fran
Cisco Thurs. evening, lst-class, $12; steer
age, $S. C. H. Thompson. AgL, 12S 3d St.
Steamer W. H. Kruger sails for San
Francisco Wednesday noon. Cabin. $12:
steerage. $S. C. H. Thompson. Agt,, 12S 3d.
This is the great opening day at Chau-
taqua. Take a trip to the tented city.
The Calumet Restaurant, 149 Seventh.
Fine luncheon, S5c; dinner. 50c
Spend a day at Chautauqua.
COPIES FURNISHED FREE
Brochure Containing Handsome
Lithographs of Exposition
Will Be Distributed.
Perhaps the prettiest thing In the way
of an illustrated pamphlot ever published
on the Coast will be offered for gratuitous
distribution at the booth of the Mutual
Label & Lithographic Company, of Port
land, in the Manufactures and Liberal
Arts building. Exposition grounds, this
week. An edition of 100.0CO of this hand
some pamphlet has been printed.
The cover is beautifully embossed, the
design being printed In those subdued
tints so effective from an artistic point
of view where there is a perfect harmony
of color blending. The frontispiece con
tains miniatures of Meriwether Lewis
and William Clark, set In frames of old
gold, after the antique patterns of a
century ago. Back of this setting rise
In all the majesty of their great height
tne big nr trees that have made Oregon
famous, while in the foreground is a vivid
reproduction of the sprigs of the Oregon
grape. The pamphlet contains full-page
views or tne exposition grounds In per
spective. The Lake View Esplanade.
grand stairway and European exhibits.
the famous Forestry building. Portland's
lower harbor. Mount Hood, Agricultural
building and Oriental Palace: In addition
to 'this tho pamphlet Is replete with the
most vaiuaoie iniormauon. mere is a
page of statistical information covering
'oyage of Captain Robert Gray to the
mouth of the Columbia River In 1792. a
page is devoted to Interesting facts of the
Lewis and Clark Exposition. "Oregon's
Attractions" claim space of one whole
page, a pago is given to detailed deserin-
tlon of the Forestry building. "Statistics
on .Portland claims another page, and
statistics on uregon" .is given equal
The Illustrations are all lithographic
reproaucuons oi uie nigncst artistic skill
These illustrations are In stipple, and the
colorings are as true to nature as It has
been possible to make them. The dis
tribution of 100.0M of these namnhW
throughout the East will be of lasting
benefit to Oregon, and the pamphlet it
self will serve as a most fitting souvenir
oi uregon-s great Exposition.
Free moving picture exhibitions,
braska Pavilion, Agricultural Palace.
Few bottles of any water nn
White Rock, are now seen at any of
tno sweit noteis, ciubs or cafes In any
Be Sure You Secure One of Our Brands
BLUMAUER & HOCH
106 end 110 Fovrth Strert
BaW D4rtributr far Orcfea W&xblBStes.
ARE ABSOLUTELY FREE
From foreign sounds. No grate or rasp.
convince. Call and hear one played.
special clerks to show them.
GRAVES' MUSIC STORE
328 Washington Street. Bet. 6tb
AT THE THEATERS
"A Tool and His Jlloncy."
Percy Merrill Eugene Ormonde
Richard Merrill Louie FrohotC
Jean Glrard. ...... .Clarence Montalne
Baron von HlnkclwlucrJohn Salnpolis
Charles Hill Morgan Wallace
Samuel Barton........ Reginald Maon
Sandy McPherzan Ear Williams
Brlggs Ralph BH1
Eleanor Ash ten Lucia Moore
Celeste Fauvcre Virginia Brissac
Mrs. Curzon.. ....... ...Laura Adams
Florence Kent. ....... .Eleanor Haber
Anna Hyalop..... ...... Marlon Barhyte
Rose Vartray........... Marie Gordon
Esmeralda Eleanor Gordon
Aunt Amelia Christie McLean
BY A. A. G.
Eugeno Ormonde nas had his first big
opportunity, and he more than justified
the promise of doing work, of the highest
"A Fool and His Money" was written
by George Broadhurst at his best and
ripest, and Willie Collier, greatest of
American comedians, was intended for
the chief role.
Now that Collier lias relinquished the
rights to it and given it over to stock,
it is important to know that a loading
man, supposed to be all the time heroic
Is delegated to succeed Collier in the prin
cipal role, and Is all that a comedy-loving
audience could expect. Mr. Ormonde ap
pears to better advantage than In any
thing he has previously attempted, and
no one, no matter how captious, coilld
find fault with his performance. We are
accustomed to watching Eugene Ormonde
in swashbuckling or lovcmaklng roles.
We want him to be the recipient of or the
striver for a lover's rewards always. It
is out of all reason that he be simply a
comedian who hopes all things and strives
for all things without being already as
sured of them. Now when he does it:
when he succeeds Collier, the foremost
among American comedians, the test Is
put upon him all tho stronger. In every
respect he meets the obligation and dis
charges It. I beg leave hero and now to
say that Eugene Ormonde Is a versatile
actor, which we have not wholly reck
oned with before.
In "A Fool and His Monoy" he proves
that he is a comedian of unusual merit
and we have recently seen Collier him
self. He fits the part beautifully and
gives a very fine performance of tho prin
cipal male role.
The appearance of John Salnpolis In
the benevolent role of a harmless German
Baron marks an epoch.
Happy day! Jack Salnpolis has re
formed and Is no longer a double-dyed
villain with a hist and a malign whisper.
The very excellent stage manager and
"heavy" man of the Belasco Company
does a light-comedy Tole In "A Fool and
His Money," which Is a delight and a
continuous source of amusement. Mr.
Salnpolis Is a comedian of splendid abil
ity. I leave It to anybody who saw his
"Baron von Hlnkelwltzer." to say if he
is not a successful German comedian.
Clarence Montalne makes a very funny
"Jean Glrard." a farce comedy artist or
parts. Miss Moore succeeds well as the
heroine who is looking for a real man
In tho New York "smart set" and
Virginia Brlssac, Eleanor Haber and
tho rest of tho company do well in
their respective parts. "A Fool and Hls
Money" Is a delightful farce. A splendid
theatrical entertainment for a Summer
night and Is deserving of largo patronage.
It will run all week with the usual mat
inees. Go and see it. You will be well
PULLS Hill OF RIVAL
FOUR-CORXERED FIGHT IS THE
Sister Aids "Wife and Both Are
Beaten by Hustmnd 'bl the
At 7 o'clock last night, M. Epstein, who
conducts a tailor shop at 271 Morrison
street, fought three women at Third and
Morrison streets, and lost. He spent the
night in the City Jail under charges of
fighting and assault and battery, his wife
was released on her own recognizance,
while the other woman In the case also
was the- guest of the city for the night.
Last evening, so Mrs. Epstein told the
police, she went to her husband's shop" In
company with her sister, and told him
she had learned he spent the evening be
fore at the Oaks In the company of an
other woman. The husband admitted he
had done so, and asked his wife If she
desired to see the other woman. She said
si 11 Anil In Vm "Vi'a no w&Xtl. ut HO)
61-63-6B-6? 4U3 St.
$ 10, $20
A trial will
IF YOUR HOUSE
NEEDS A COAT
Of paint, now's the time to see about IL
Every day you put It off means so much
more deterioration of wood and metal, so
mu;h more paint required, so much addi
tional cost. Act quickly by getting our
color card and prices, then the paint Itself,
and so get longer wear for tho whole
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
Front and Morrison Sts.
the remark that he would get her. He
did not return soon enough to suit the
wife, who took her sister by the arm and
started In pursuit. They met the hus
band and the other woman, Mrs. M. A.
Fortln. at Third and Morrison streets.
Mrs. Epstein made a dash for her rival's
hair. The two belligerents mixed. Ep
stein, so witnesses declare, then knocked
his wife down twice. The wife's sister
attempted to interfere and was promptly
sent to the street with a blow in the
face. Meanwhile, the wife hnd arisen
and was fighting with Mrs. Fortln again.
Two hundred gallant men stood aside and
watched Epstein beat his wife again.
Still the desperate woman would not re
lease her hold on Mrs. Fort in. who was
beginning to get the worst of the battle.
A man whose name is unknown attempt
ed to stop the battle. He was struck In
the face and retreated hastily. Then
Policeman Jones appeared, in plain
clothes. He grasped the two women
firmly by the arms, showed his shield and
walked them to the station. The husband
followed. At the station Captain Moore
asked the people to explain.
"I love Mr. Epstein better than I do
my own husband, that's all there Is to
it. declared Mrs. Fortln. She was
promptly sent upstairs to a cell.
"I went out with her, and I'll do It
again.' declared Epstein. Ho, also, was
sent to a cell.
Then Mrs. Epstein, who has five small
children at home, was allowed by Cap
tain Mooro to go on her own rccognl
zance. She will appear In court this
morning to sec that the husband and the
othor woman In the case get what Is
coming to them.
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at tho
Portland Hcsta'irant. fine, private apart
ments for parties. S05 Wash., near Fifth.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The management of the Administration
Restaurant. Fair grounds, desiring to add
to the comfort of those who prefer to
bring their lunch, have provided tables on
the second floor of their building free to
the public. Al?o free use of toilet and
washrooms, and free public telephone.
M. VONEY. Proprietor.
J. M. WALKER. Manager.
Watson's Restaurant, open night and
day; only first-class family restaurant In
the city. 109 Fourth street, near Wash
Finest chicken dinner In town, 30c. All
delicacies of the season.. 132 3d SL
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c,
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Crawfish at "The Empire." 192 3d street.
Pacific Coast Steamship Company's
steamer Cottage City, July 15, Alaska and
return, via Sitka. $55. The palatial steam
er Spokane. August i. calling at glaciers,
Indian villages and Alaska cities, ll days'
trip. $1C0. Of nee- 243 Washington street.
r none nam zzi.
Xf Babr la Catttac Teeth.
Be rare ana um tbat oia and well-tried remedr.
Kra. Wlncloa Soothing Srrup, for cMldrea
tMthtar. It soothe the caIld. aottcna the rasa.
HarrU Trunk Corapaay
Is headquarters for Trunks and Bags.
WANTED TO SLEEP
Curious That a Tired Preacher
Should Have Such Desire.
A minister speaks of the curious effect
of Grape-Nuts food on him and how it
has relieved him.
"You will doubtless understand how the
suffering with indigestion with which. I
used to be troubled made my work an al
most unendurable burden, and why It was
that after my Sabbath duties had been
performed, sleep was a stranger to my
pillow till nearly daylight.
"I had to be very careful as to what I
ate, and even with all my care I experi
enced poignant physical distress after
meals, and my food never satisfied me.
"Six months have elapsed since I be
gan to use Grape -Nuts food, and the bene
fits I have derived from It are very defi
nite. I no longer suffer from Indigestion,
and I began to Improve from the time
Grape-Nuts appeared on our table. I
find that by eating a dish of It after my
Sabbath work Is done (and I always do
so now) my nerves are quieted and rest
and refreshing sleep are Insured me. I
feel that I could not possibly do without
Grape-Nuts food, now that I know Its
value. It is Invariably on our table we
feel that we need it to complete the
meal and our children will eat Grape
Nuts when they cannot be persuaded to
touch anything else." Namo given by
Postum Company, Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason.
Read the famous little book. "Xhe Road
to WjU villa "' Jnjrjacb pclcyw
To Insure your baggage being sent for
ward with you on the morning train. It
should be delivered to tho B. &. O. T. Co.
the previous evening or at the 'baggage-
room In the Union Depot not later than
7 o'clock on the morning of departure.
Baggage presented for checking later
than 7 A. M. will not be guaranteed to bo
forwarded on the S o'clock train.
A. & C. R. R. CO.
B. & Q. T. CO.
N. P. TERMINAL CO.
The standing of tho manufactur
ers and the high reputation of the
instruments we carry assures us a
good, substantial trade at all times.
Our prices are always tho same.
Wo treat everybody alike and do
not ask a dollar more than a piano
is worth. Our regular price la al
ways a "bargain sale."
A. B. Chase Estey
AND OTHER PIANOS.
DUNDQRE PIANO CO.
233 WASHINGTON ST.
Mount Hood Trip
EVERT VISITOR to tho Lewis
and Clark Exposition should
take this the most delightful
of alt mountain trips In America.
Cloud Cap Inn. unlqua and p!c
turesque. 7000 feet above, sea level,
affords splendid accommodations.
Summit of mountain easily acc.
slblc from this point. Stares I.ava
Hood River Station dally, making
connection with O. R. Sc. X. trains.
Round trip tickets. Including
coaching trip, on sole at O. R. A
Jf. ticket office. Third and
Washington streets. Portland. Par
tlculars about rates at Cloud Cap
Inn by -writing
MRS. S. IANGIIXE. Manager.
Hood Hirer. Oregon.
Send Trvo Cent In Stamps to
A. Xi. CraJr. G. V. A. Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Com
pany. Portland, for Booklet
Telllnc About Trip.
Finest Summer resort In Oregon. The only
hotel m tho beach overlooking tho ocean.
Sea foods a specialty. The hotel has been
rebuilt, and newly furnished. Hot salt baths.
Fine surf bathing directly In front of the
hotel. Strictly first-class. American plan.
For terms and reservations address DAK J.
HOTEL SALT AIR
North Beach's favorite resort. Unsur
passed view of ocean, near Ashing rocks,
good water, excellent table, all kinds of
Ash. Special rates to tamilles. For par
ticulars address 'Mrs. J. D. Porter. Lous
New. commodious building, well furnished,
containing all modern conveniences: beauti
fully situated and adjacent to tha big bath
house; fine view of ocean. For further par
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
Now open for the season. Home comforts,
excellent table board, centrally located, beau
tiful surroundings, fine surf bathing, a most
desirable place for families. Tell the con
ductor to let you o2 at Hackney Cottage.
Seavlew second stop after leaving Ilwaco.
P. O. addrau. Ilwaco. Wash.
$chwab Printing Co.
SX3T TfORK. XZASOh'ABLZ PRICES
247H 3TAR.K STREET
Our displays excel in the same measure as do
'ijiu j the styles and workmanship heing much the
largest and most complete of their kind on
r The ircatest Clothing House in the Northwest.
Feifer's Union 59s
UNION MADE 5c CIGARS UNION MADE
POPULAR BECAUSE OF THEIR SUPERIOR
QUALITY AND FINE WORKMANSHIP.
THE ROSENFELD-SM1TH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco, PORTLAND, OREGON
V V -Km 1 I iv
133 SIXTH STREET
"Dld't hurt a bit, la Trhat they
Dr. V A. Wise has Just returned
from an extended tour of Eastern
dental Institutions, and those hav
ing their dental work done by taem
will have the advantage of all new
and up-to-date methods.
Examinations free. Painless ex
tracting free when plates or bridges
Falllne bldg cor. 3d and Wash. sts.
Open evenings till 0 P. M. Sundays
from D to 11 Or Main 2020.
DR. T. P. CTISX.
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ling tfwStOEachs areLBowBls of
1NOT "NAR.C OTIC.
Aperfect Hemedy forConsBpa
lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
jness and Loss OF SLEEP.
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Hotel St. Francis
Special Rates for the
Full information can be obtained by
writing or wiring (at our expense) to
JAMES WOODS. MANAGER
Expert designers of the very highest class
direct the cutting of these garments impart
ing to them a refined character which distin
guishes them from all other ready-to-wear
The perfection in every minute detail of the
making is due to the handwork of thoroughly
Are responsible for many ills attributed to other
causes. Headaches, stomach troubles and nervous
prostration result from eyestrain and can only be
relieved by properly adjusted lenses. "We cure hun
dreds of such cases where drugs and doctors fail.
rv I I OPTICIAN
For Infants and Children,
Kind You Have
THZ CtMTAUB COMPANY. MCWYOftKCITX
A J 12.00. FULL. SEX
and Thursday-, until 8.
Fred Pre ha. D. D. 8.
i5 Qekom Bldx.
DR. w! A. WISE.
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