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THE MORNING tmEGOXL&tf. TUESDAY, JX7IY 25, 1905.
BeSsrc Yea'Sccurc One f Cur Brands
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OKEGONTAJf'S TEUErilONXS.
fountinc-Rocm ifala 6CT
aauexlEC Editor Main 63
lunday Ealtor Mala 6233
:jty Editor Main 1GB
Society Editor... Main 6235
lompoelnc-Eoom ...........Mala CSS
luperlateadent Building . . . Red 2S2S
Caat Side Oce East 61
UARQUAM GRAND (Morrison, between 6th
and 7th)-Evening at 8:30. Kolb and Dill
In the comedy-burlesque. "L O. V.'
BELASCO THEATER (14th and TVaehtngtcm)
Evening at 8:115. the comedy. "Naughty
SnAKD THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
ITAR THEATER (Park and Waehlnctcn)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 5:3D. 8 P. M.
3AKER THEATER 3d and Yamhill)-Con-tlnuoua
vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and P. M-
tRVINGTON PARK TRACK-Multnomah Fair
Ase-oclatlon'a Taces. First race starta
P. M. .
OREGONIAX AT SUMMER RESORTS.
Orders glveo to any cZ the following agents
Kill be given careful attention. All mall aub
scriptlons must be paid for In advance:
Long Beach Btrauhal & Co.
5,aview - Strauhal & Co.
The Breakers I .ArV?"
Ocean Park C. H. Hill
Seaside Dreaser & Co.
3arhart ? Harry T. Davis
Collins' Hot Springs C T. Belcher
Moffetfi. Hot Springs T. Mo ffctt
EL Martin's Springs.. r. Gordon &
Gladstone Park William t, Rm
Brotherhood of American Yeomev.
Tho Brotherhood of American "ieomen
was organized temporarily at the home ot
Dr. Hensel. St. Johns, last evening, when
the following officers were elected and in
stalled: Foreman. W. W. Raser; corre
spondent, Adam Kaenlleu; physician U
M. Heneel: master o accounts. J. b. ua
vison: overneer. C. H. Davison: Lady
Rowena. Mrs. Alice r. jjaviuSUJ,.
Rebecca. Mrs. Rebecca Wilcox; watch
man. Roy "Wilcox: outside sentinel,
George Simmons: guard. Alexander "Wa
ver: courier. Ells E. Raser: musician.
Majorlc Henzel. The drill team will con
sist of the remaining members. The
next meeting will be in Bickners Hall.
"V. Raser. state deputy, organized the it.
Has Government ' Eamphlets. The
"Weather Bureau office has received
the following Government information
pamphlets which will be mailed -to any
one desiring them: "Primer of Forestry.
"Practical Suggestions for Farm Build
ings," "Breeds of Dairy Cattle." "Fish
as Food." "Horseshoeing," "Principles
of Horse Feeding," "The Home Fruit
Garden." "Alkali Lands," "Climate.
"Climatology of California." The
pamphlets are illustrated, and contain a
quantity of carefully compiled infor
mation. Races! Races! Races'.
Races! Races! Races!
1903 Meet Now On.
Irvinqton Park Track.
Six or More Great Events Daily.
Fikbt Race Starts at 2:15 P. M.
Ala, CarsTransfr at Second and
Washington Sts. for Track.
Admission (Including Grand Stand) Wc
Races! Races! Races,!
Races! Races! Races!
Mrs. Mart Reid Rix Passes Awat.
Mrs. Mary Reid Rlx. widow of the late
Joseph Rix, died at the home of her sons
near Gervals. yesterday, aged G3. Mrs
Rlx is survived by eight children. Mrs.
Thomas Carmlchael. of Salt Lake City.
Vt&h: Mrs. Frank Paulle, of Proctor,
Minn.: Mrs. F. D. Patton and John C
Rlx. of Portland, and Mm E. F. Smith.
Miss Sara Rlx, A." G. Rix- and H. R. Rlx.
of Gervals. The deceased . had a large
acaualntancc in Portland and vicinity.
Catholic Teachers' Institute. The
first annual institule of Catholic teachers
in Oregon opened yesterday in St. Mary's
Academy and will continue through the
week. The work will be chiefly in the
hands of Rev. T. E. Shields, of the Catho
lic University, and Mrs. Ellen Burke, of
New York. Yesterday's addresses were
delivered by Rev. T. E. Shields, Mr.
Burke and Frederick E. Chapman. To
day the same speakers will take the
greater portion of the programme.
Races! Races! Races'.
Races! Races! Races!
1905 Meet NOW On.
Irvincton Park Track.
Six on More Great Events Dailt.
First Race Starts at 2:15 P. M.
All Cars Transfer at Second and
Washington Sts. for Track.
Admission (Including Grand Stand) 60c.
Races! Races! Races!
Races! Races! Races!
Finds Burglar in His Room. J. W.
Norman, residing at 333 First street,
reported to the police early yesterday
morning that he awoke to find a burglar
in his room. He grappled with the in
truder, who ran down the stairs, leaving
his hat behind. Sergeant Taylor was dis
patched to Investigate, and brought the
burglar's hat to the station as evidence.
Order to Tamale Men. Chief of Po
lice Gritzmacher yesterday issued An or
der to the policemen Instructing them to
forbid tamale men to cry their wares on
the streets or in any public place later
than 10 P. M. Many complaints have
been received from residents, who say
they are bothered by the cries of "ta
male," as long as 2 A. M.
Carload of Matches Ablaze. A car
load of matches, being bumped about in
the yards of tho railroads yesterday
morning, took Arc. and it was necessary
for firemen to be called to the reene to
nvtlnctilah h hln.zi The fir occurred at
the foot of Lovejoy street, and ruined
the end of the car.
Accused or Larcent. Violet Mofton
n-Q. n-t-catw1 hv- Titetlve Reslnir at
Sixth and Morrison streets late yester
day afternoon on'a warrant. fane is
charged with the larceny of $20 from Mrs.
C H. Van Vlect, ot 'Kansas, the alleged
rnhhprr orrnrrlnrr n route.
Opticians who are agents for the Heard
Suction Eyeglasses are cordially Invited to
make our store their headquarters when
visiting our city. The L. C Henrichsen
Co. "im Washington street. "
Respectable place to "borrow money on
diamonds and jewelry. Collateral Loan
Bank. 269 Washington street. Established
15 years. Lowest rates of Interest.
Tbs Calumet Restaurant; 143 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. S5c: dinner. 60c
Tents. Noon Bag Co.. 1st and Couch.
ACCUSED OF BURNING DOG
Henry Harvey Is Charged With Tor
. turlng Cotton's Collie.
Henry Harvey, of Gresham. will be
tried this morning; In the East Side
Court on a charge of pouring: turpen
tine on a Scotch -001110 belondns- to
W. "W. Cotton. A warrant was sworn
out and served yesterday on Harvey.
and he appeared In court. Harvey has
"his home a short distance (rom Judge
Cotton's farm. The latter's dog- made
a practice of running over to the homo
of defendant. First Harvey is alleged
to have poured turpentine on the Jog's
tall, to which he touched a lighted
match. The dog ran home, but he did
not mind having his tail scorched and
returned. This time, so It Is alleged.
Harvey scattered more turpentine over
the dog's back, with the result that he
was so badly burned that he had to be
killed. Harvey made his appearance
in court when he learned about the
John H. RathbHR Is Dead.
John' H. Rathbun. who died Sunday at
His noma in Jiontavilla, was a, pioneer of
life, was 71 years old. and well known In
this comity. Mr. Rathbun came to Port
land ay water, starting one ot the first
dairies on Rom Islaad. Afterward he
wont to CoimnMa. Sough, where lor at
years he conducted a large dairy, one of
the first in that district. He then moved
to Montavilla, and became manager of
the Portland Stockyards, then located In,
East Portland, which he continued until
he was nearly killed by a horse. At both
Columbia Slough - and Montavilla Mr.
Rathbun served as director of the respect
ive districts, and was elected Mayor of
Montavilla when It was proposed to incor
porate. He was a man of force of character, and
was w-ell acquainted with all the early
settlers of Portland. He left a widow and
one child. Mrs. Dora Keener, who Is the
sole survivor out of nine phildrcn born in
the family. Miss Minnie Hansen is- an
adopted daughter, and lives with Mrs.
Rathbun.' The funeral will take place this
morning at -10 o'clock, and the interment
will be in the Columbia Slough Cemetery.
Rev. Mr. Farmer will conduct the cervices.
AT THE THEATERS
Anthony Drpew.......Eugtne Ormonde
Adam 'Rudd ......Louis Frohof"
Otto Chllllngsteln.... Clarence Montalne
Jack Cheviot Morgan Wallace
Mr. HrtMted Reginald lla-on
Mr. IJrlgham Harry Bradley
Miss Rlnkett Chrlfile Mclan
Conley Earle Williams
Knox Ralph Bell
Ed.... Jack Tarbaux
Mrs. Otto ChllU&gsleln. Eleanor Gordon
Rosy ...'Laura Adama
Winnie...., Virginia Brissac
Margaret Ekanor Haber
Martha.... ....Marie Gordon
Name Unknown...., Bell Barchu
Cora Lucia Moore
By Arthur A. Greene.
It's the nastiest play I ever saw, and
I'm not squeamish. To make matters
worse, "Naughty Anthony" is not only
filthy, but It Is inane. It is a degenerate
farce for the libidinous. The laughter
which its lines and situations evoke is
the lewd, flushed-faced giggling of a
dirty-minded boy surreptitiously gloating
over obscene pictures. It is positively
smutty, and It were better for the fame
of David Belasco that this indiscretion
of his had been printed only for private
sale, by back-alley newsdealers. The
French have a genius for presenting the
risque side of things ao deftly and bril
liantly that one loses sight of much that
is suggested in admiration of the dex
terity with which it is presented. Writ
ten in the English erotic yarns become
unadorned vulgarity. The Chicago Imi
tations of "Boccaclo" and "Balzac" are
so coarse and bestial that self-respecting
people do not read them, and the postal
authorities forbid their transmission
through the malls.
Yet David Belasco. aside from this
offending. Is properly 'rated as among
our very greatest and most artistic play
writers, nd producers. This makes the
PJ' greater that he has seen fit to make
Tenderloin jokes into a play and offer
it to decent people.
To his credit be it said that, he doesn't
pride himself upon "Naughty Anthony."
He is properly ashamed ot It. but It ap
pears not sufficiently ashamed to suppress
For the first time last night Portland in
dulged in the humor of a piece which
proved too strong even for blase New
York. An audience which looked repre
sentative of our best people sat through
It and applauded at intervals. Perhaps the
audience was approving the efforts of the
Belasco players, who made it as inof
fensive as possible. Even under those
circumstances "Naughty Anthony" la es
sentially bad and furnishes much excuse
for clerical opposition to the theater as
an Institution. The various roles were
Kolb and Dill In "I. O. LV
' Kolb and Dill opened the fifth week of
their engagement at the Marquam last-
night, continuing "I. O. U." The run of
this particular musical farce has estab
lished an unprecedented record in local
theatrical annals, and last night's large
audience testified by Its applause that the
public Is by no means tired of the iniml
table German comedians and their com
pany. The Jokes and catchy music with
which "I. O. U. abounds caught the popu
lar fancy last night with the same spon
tanelty which marked the first perform
ancc. It seems to be just the sort of a.
Summer show for which theatergoers are
looking. It will continue through the
GEN. B. B. TUTTLE IS HERE
An Old-Time Kesldent or Portland
Comes to See Great Exposition.
General and Mrs. B. B. Tuttlc are vis
iting Colonel and Mrs. James Jackson at
3S0 Thirty-second street. Mrs. Tuttle and
Mrs. Jackson are sisters. General Tuttle
for many years antedating his career as
a capitalist and & successful man of busi
ness had charge of the Railway Mail
Service, with headquarters at Portland.
During the administration of Governor
Lord, of Oregon, he was Adjutant-General
on the Governor's staff. He was a
commissioned officer In the War of the
Rebellion, and he is today a prominent
member of the Loyal Legion. Both Gen
eral and Mrs. Tuttle have many friends In
Portland. They wiir remain here until
Sunday next, seeing the sights of the
Exposition and renewing old acquain
tanceships. General Tuttle is now devoting his prin
cipal time and attention to the care of
the large estate on which he and Mrs.
Tuttle have long resided, in Yolo County,
Cal. The old homestead Is 12 miles west
of Sacramento, and Is situated in one of
the richest parts of the Sacramento Val
ley. It comprises 12S0 acres, much of
which It In tho highest state of cultiva
tion. As an old friend remarked to Gen
eral Tuttle yesterday, "When such men
as you take to farming, we will all begin
to forswear allegiance to the aristocracy
of wealth and will pay our homage to
the aristocracy of tho landed gentry of
the country "
WHERE JO DINE. -
All the delicacies of th season at tbs
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
xaenta ror parties. 205 Wash., near Fifth.
Administration Restaurant, the pop
ular place of the Fair grounds. Hot
meat orders ranging from 20c to 50c
and up. Patrons not satisfied with
prices can have free use of tables up
stairs to spread their lunch. Waiters
will be in attendance to serve coffee,
milk, tea, lemonade, soft drinks and
ice cream to Ihose who wish to pur
chase. Tetley tea served. Free use
of telephone, wash and toilet roms.
Wation's Restaurant, open night a4
day; only fl rat-class family restaur&st la
the city. , 109 Fourth street, near Wasfa
acton. When In Seattle, "The Rathskeller,"
a high-clas place to at. Sea food:
Eastern meats. Large orchestra daily.
Crawfish at "The Empire." ISC M street
Genuine French dinner, with wiat. He,
at 83 Fifth street, near Stark.
Launch Fox leaves JCwrtoon aret, Mer
rill' feeatfceM. to Clratt, 16, 12 A. 1L,
2. 4, C:M. S:K P. X. Jfteterateff U A- H.;
2. 2, 5. 7sM, UOt T. X.
Demands That He Be Given
Copy of Protest and.
REASONS FOR OBJECTION
Those Opposed to His Becoming
Bishop - Coadjutor Ask Brad
street's and Dun's Agen
cies to Investigate.
IXOTO'S ACCUSERS URGED TO
SrECIFX CHARGES .
PORTLAND, July 24. To the Edi
tor.) The following leUw has been ad
dressed by Dr. F. E. J. Lloyd to the
four slrnert of what In understood to
be a protest agalmt hla-confirmation aa
Blthop-oadjutor ot Oregon. It zpeaks
"St. Peter's Parlih. Unloatovm, Pa.,
Julr 10. 1903. To Mr. McCracken and
other. Trinity Church. Portland. Or.:
Dear ulra: Tour eKorU to prevent lay
consecration mM BUhop-CoadJutor ot
Oregon have been o peraUtent and o
cruel and jk relentlesa that the' eem
to have blinded your eyes to any and
all rene ot honor. Toa did sot ed
roe your circular letter to the blthopa
and standing committees. I am writing
to atk. therefore, that you end me as
soon as porslble, first, a copy thereof,
and recondly, a copy of all the alleged
evidence' you have against my per
sonal honor and Integrity.
"Surely you cannot deny m this
very reasonable and natural request.
"Awaiting your early reply. Tours
FREDERIC EL J. LLOYD."
Vntil his accusers Justify tbesiMlve.
firstly, by defining their charger, and
secondly, by adducing evidence to sup
pert them, the undertlgaed members of
the late convention appeal for an en
tire .xuppension of Judgment on a mat
ter of such vital Importance both to tb
penon chiefly Interested and to the
whole diocera of Oregon.
H. D. CHAMBERS.
EDMUND TRUE SIMPSON.
JNO. E. H. SIMPSON.
GEORGE B. VAN WATERS.
JOHN K. XOLLOCK.
S. E. JOSEPH!.
Although Rev. F. E. J. Lloyd, rector
of St. Peter's parish, Protestant Episco
pal Church, Unlontotvn, Pa., has can
celled his letter of acceptance of the
bishop coadjutorshlp of the diocese of
Oregon, the Incidents following his elec
tion seem not to have terminated. Those
who protested his election upon the ground
that the convention had been deceived
as to qualifications of the candidate and
that hebelongeJ to the ritualistic branch
while more than 0 per cent of the mem
bers In Oregon are low churchmen, are
now asked by Dr. Lloyd to furnish evi
dence alleged to have been gathered con
cerning the personal honor and integrity
of the rector.
'lieasons for Opposition.
Members of the protesting faction of the
convention who were communicated with
yesterday declined to make any state
ments relative to the nature of the
charges. From various sources come de
tails of the reasons why Dr. Lloyd has
been, the subject of so much opposition,
but nothing, however, of a positive char
Salary of J3000 a year and 5303 for trav
eling expenses were the amounts fixed
upon as compensation for the bishop co
adjutor when It was decided to elect an
assistant for Bishop Morris. Dr. Lloyd
is the head of a largo family ten chil
dren having been born to the household
of the rector and this Is said to be urged
against his fitness for the position, the
salary being Inadeouate to provide for so
large a family and enable the occupant
of the high ecclesiastical office to live up
to Its dignity properly.
Ask Bradstrcct's and Dun's.
With he evident aim of discovering the
exact history of the financial affairs pf
the Pennsylvania pastor, who has be
come the subject of so much criticism.
Bradstreefs and Dun's agencies have
been called upon to make reports. Infor
mation having been supplied of the va
rious places where he has resided during
his career as a pastor.
"Large property interests of the Protes
tant Episcopal Church of theydlocese of
Oregon demand that a man of exceptional
business qualifications should occupy the
position of bishop coadjutor," one mem
ber of the convention is quoted as saying.
A Lunch Fit for a Kins;.
An active and successful young lady
tells her food experience:
"Some three yeara a-o I suffered from
nervous prostration, induced by continu
ous brain strain and Improper food, added
to a great griefi
I was ordered to give up my wrk.
as there was great danger of -my mind
falllnc me. altogether. My stomach was
in bad condition (nervous dyspepsia, t
think now), and when Grape-Nuts food
was recommended to me, I had no faith
in It. However. I tried it, and soon found
a marked improvement In my condition as
the result. 1 had been troumed wiui
deathly faint apellr. and had been coxn
oelled to use a stimulant to revive me.
I found, however, that by eating Grape
Nuts at such times I waa relieved as sat
isfactorily as by the use of stimulant.
and suffered no bad effects, which was a
great gain. As to my other troubles-
nervous prostration, dyspepsia, etc tne
Grape-Nuts diet soon cured thexa.
"I wish et-pecially to call the attention j
or omce gins to tne great oenent i ae
rived from the use of Grape-Nut? as a
noon luncheon. I was thoroughly tired
of cheap restaurants and ordtnary
lunches, and so made the experiment ot
taking a package of Grape-Nuts food with
nse.'and then slipping out at noon and
getting a nickel's worth of sweet cream
to add to It, I found that this simple
dish, finished off with an apple, peach,
orange, or a bunch of grapes, made a
lunch fit for a kins, and one that agreed
with xae perfectly.
"I throve so on my Grape-Nuts diet
that I did not have to give up my work
at all. and in the two years have had
only four lost clays charged up against
"Let aw add that your suggestlsas la
the little book. "Road to Wellvtlle." are.
In say eplniM. tavaliMMe, eneMUy ta
wMMftr Xaaw gives ley Pottae OtuC
Battle Creek. Xfea,
"The Roa4 to WaHvilU" ta ea pkv
BLUMAUER & HOCH
106 ssd 110 Foutfe StrfX
lala DUtributara far Orcgva a&d WaaUagtem,
are ABSOLUTELY FREE
From foreign sounds. No grate or rasp. A trial will
convince. Call and hear one played. We have
special clerks to show them.
GRAVES' MUSIC. STORE
328 Washington Street. Bet. 6th and 7th
"Valuable property Is owned by the
church. Including schools, hospitals and
churches and invested securities endow
ing these institutions. Wc do not be
lieve that Dr. Lloyd Is the proper man
to take charge. of such weighty responsi
bilities." Just what developments will follow In
the differences that have arisen as a re
sult of the June convention Is a source
of considerable speculation, with wide
spread interest among rectors and laity.
It is suggested that as the convention is
out of existence and cannot ofcially
act. that an Independent committee not
having any prejudice .for or against Dr.
Lloyd should be called up- by the mem
bers of the late convention to make a
thorough Investigation of the faats con
cerning the career of Dr. Lloyd: This is
deemed by some the only manaer of clos
ing the matter with absolute Justice to
DAYLIGHT UOWN COLUMBIA.
On T. J. rotter. Queen of River Boat.
Don't Hiss It.
T. J. Potter sails for Astoria and North
Beach as follows: July 23. 3 A. M.: July
IS, 920 A. M.: July 10:W A. M.: July
2S. H,:W A. !.: July S.1P.JL Don't fall
to see the Lower Columbia from decks
of thlsNnagnlficent boat. Particulars and
O. R. & . Summer book by asking C
W. Stinger, city ticket fluent. Third and
Washington streets. Portland.
ENTIRE STOCK OF
My entire stock of about 50 Pianos
must be so'd by Sept. 1st. Youwill
find in this stock the most famous
makes at prices you never heard of
before, and at any terms to suit you
. 74 Sixth Street. Near Oak.
For a strictly reliable piano at
the RIGHT PRICE, come to us, as
we have the old makes that al
ways give satisfaction.
A. B. Chase . Estey
AND. MANY .OTHERS.
DBND.0RE PIANO CO.
233 WASHINGTON S1.
See .the piano we have for Slod.
A "select boarding home
school for boys. Located on
the prairie. S mile south of
Taccma. on Lake Stella
coora. Pure water, whole
some food, boating and
outdoor exsreise. Modern
buildings. Instructions thor
ough and personal. Pre
pares for college or busi
ness lite. Fall term opens
September I. 1003. long
distance 'phone to air points
tn Oregon. "Washington and
Idaho. For circulars and
full information address D.
S. PUL.FORD. principal.
South Taeoma, "Wash. R.
F. D. No. L
Midway between San Francisco and Stan
ford University, has aot bees without rtj
reseatatios at Harvard and the University
of California. darlEr the tweaty years of Its
ezlsteace. aset at Stanford since, it opened.
Its graduate are a4-Bltted to our Call
terala Ualversltlea without examlsaUas. aad
to the leadlag lastltutlaae in the East that,
admit oa recoauBcadatioBs. It prepares tor
sad has seat a aamber beya to Tale, the
Maseacaasetts laetlMtte aX Tecaaology. aaa
other Eaatera college aad schools et aelese.
We aN be gUa have Jre a the stardy
Xertherm r at BelatMt. The r terra
begts AsgtHt 14. IMt. Tr catalogue aad
h)c 9t views. a4rese
fT. T. XXtD. A. 3C. Xarra).
W. T. XXID. Jr.. JU X. (Harvard).
AseX. Bead Master ( Have a aanaes).
ei-86-87 tth St.
$ 10, $20
Tour neck looking for better paint than
we supply you won't and can't find It.
We know the best manufacturers In the
country, and our product comes from
them. You'll find, too. on Inquiry, that
our-prices are not as high as the quality
of our goods indicates. Every vay this Is
a good place to buy paints.
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
Front and Morrison Streets
Mount Hood Trip
EVERT VISITOR to ths Lewis
and Clark Exposition should
take this the most delightful
of all mountain trips In America.
Cloud Cap Inn. unique and pic
turesque. "000 feet above sea level,
affords splendid accommodations.
Summit of mountain easily acces
sible from this point. Stares leave
Hood River Station dally, at 6:30
A. il. and 12:30 P. making
connection with O. R. fc N. trains.
Round trip tickets.' including
coachlns; trip, on sale at O- It- A
N". ticket office. Third and
Washington streets. Portland. Par
tlculars about rates at Cloud Cap
Inn by irrltlng
MRS. S. LANGITXE. Manager.
Hood River, Orexoa-
Eead Tiro Cents In Stamps to
A. I Cralx. G. P. A. Oregon
Railroad & NaTlgaUoB Com
paay. Porttaad. for Booklet -Telliac
Hotel St. Francis
Special Rates for the
Full infonnatioa can be obtained by
writing or vriring (at our expense) to
JAMES WOODS. MANAGER
Finest Summer resort in Oregon. The only
hotel on the beach overlooking the. 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 resrratlOBs addrees DAN J.
New. commodious building, well furnished,
containing- all modern ceavealeaeea; beauti
fully situated and adjacent to the big bath
house; fine view of ocean. For farther par
HOTEL SALT AIR
North Beach's favorite resort. Unsur
passed vie-- of ocean. Bear flailing rocks,
good water, excellent table, all kinds of
fish. Special rates to raaailles. For par
ticulars address Mrs. J. D. Porter, Long
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
Now open for Uu ituoa. Home comforts,
excellent table beard, eestralty located, beau
tiful surreuadlaga. aaa surf bathing- a. most
desirable place tor faxsllles. Tell the con
ductor to let you oS at Baekaey Cartage.'
Seaview second stejt after leaving II trace.
P. O. address. Ilwaca. "Wash.
WILHOIT SPRINGS STAGE
Leaves Oregen City dillx. exee-rt Asadaya. at
9:30 JL JL " rare J1.59. Oregoa Clty ole
next doer to Oregaa Water Fever Co.'s depot
SPLIT STRAW HATS
ARRIVED LATE YESTERDAY BY EXPRESS The
hundreds who have been disappointed during the past
week may now find our stock splendidly replenished in
hoth Split and Panama Straws.
Br.00K HATS 3.00-0ther $1.00 to o.00
"We are going- to give away this
$30.00 Disc Columbia Graphophone
abaolntely free at our Booth In tho
Liberal Arts Building; on Anjrti-it 1,
1905. One of those prize winners,
you "know, at the St. Louis Fair.
Call at our Exhibit or at
our Store for any infor
mation that is required
and Inspect tho machine.
Feifer's Union 5's
UNION MADE 5c CIGARS UNION MADE
POPULAR BECAUSE OF THEIR SUPERIOR -QUALITY
AND FINE WORKMANSHIP.
THE ROSENFELD-SMITH CO., Distributors
Exclusive Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco, PORTLAND, OREGON
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Capital $S,700,000. Rest $3,500,000.
Portland Branch, 244 TTaahington Street.
E. A. Wyld, Manager.
TRAVELERS LETTERS OP CREDIT -Available
in all parts of the world.
118 Branches in Canada and the United States.
. NEW. WESTMINSTER
Drafts Issued on Any Branch.
Transfers of money to or from any part of
Canada by letter Or telegram.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
133 SIXTH STREET
TVe do crown aad brldjawork wlthoHt pain.
Our 18 years' experience la plate xrorlc
enables xa to at your mouth cemlertably.
Dr. TV. A. "Wise haa found a. safe way to
extract teeth absolutely without pain. Dr.
X. P. ""Vise la an expert at soli fllltnr
and crown and bridge work- Extraetlar free
when platea or bridges are ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Tailing- Bulldlnr. cor. Third and -jTash. fits.
Open evenings till 0 o'clock. Sundays from
9 to 12. Or Main 3029.
DS, W. A. WISX.
j Ye Oregon Grille 4
' In the new Hotel Oregon, corner Seventh, and
Stark Streets. Orchesfra every evening after
six 0 ClOCK.
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aa Thursday. aaUl a.
Tree Trek. X. D. 8.
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gcbwah Printing Go.
Clothing House in the- fterlhwesL
FPCC With No Strings
And all the principal cities of tho world.
Grand Prize Paris, 1906. Don ale
Grand Prtxe St. Louis, 1904.
Concerts at the above address (371
Washington street) every Taesday
and T&Hraday, at 4 P. 31.
Saves nine," is a true adage. It is
equally true that a little attention
paid to the first signs of failing
vision saves lots 'of trouble later on
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