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THE MOItimfG OKEGONIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
TILE OREGONIAN'S TELEPHONES.
Counting-Room Main G07
Managing Editor Main 030
Sunday Editor ..Main 6233
City Editor Main ICO
Society Editor .Main 6235
Composlng-Room .....Main 685
Superintendent Building... Bed 2S20
East Side Office East 61
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison
st., between 6th and 7th) Tonight at 8:30
o'clock. Kolb and Dill In "The Skindlcate
and "The Kindergarten."
BELASCO THEATER (14th and "Washing
ton! Evening at 8:13. "Audrey."
BAKER THEATER (3d and Yamhill)-Con-tlnuous
vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and 0 P M-
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30. 7:30. 8 P. M.
RECREATION PARK (24th and Vaughn)
At 3:30 P. M., baseball. Portland vs. San
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH (10th and
Everett) Tonight at S:15, organ recital by
OUEGONIAN AT SUMMER RESORTS.
Orders given to any of the following agents
will be given careful attention. All mall
eubscrlptlons must be paid for In advance:
Long Beach Strauhal & Co.
Eeavlew Strauhal & Co.
The Breaker J. M. Arthur
Ocean Park C. H. Hill
Seaside F. Dresser & Co.
Gearhart Kruse's Hotel
Newport P. H. Lane
Wllholt F. W. McLeran
Collins' Hot Springs C. T. Belcher
Moffett's Hot Spring T. Moffett
St. Martin's Springs. Mineral Sprgs. Hotel Co.
Ferrt for St. Johns. Mr. Brink, of
Tacoma, Is seeking a franchise for a ferry
at St. Johns, and the matter has gone
to the committee on landings and wharves
of the St. Johns Council. This commit
tee is to consider where the St, Johns
landings should be located, and inves
tigate all matters pertaining to the prop
osition before making report. Attorney
McFadden said that there would be no
trouble about landing on the west side
of the river. He said that the rates would
be five cents for pedestrians, 25 cents
tor single rigs and 35 cents for double,
but the committee will carefully consider
the schedule part of the franchise. The
proposition is to put the ferry In opera
tion inside of 60 days after the franchiso
has been secured, and the boat to have
capacity for general traffic. A 10-year
franchise is asked. It Is thought that
there would be good business for a ferry
boat that will lessen the distance to
Portland very materially. A ferry at St.
Johns also would form the connecting
link in a fine driveway from Portland
by way of the Linnton road and the
Willamette boulevard, or the Columbia
boulevard. The committee may be able
to submit a report at the meeting of
the St. Johns Council next Monday night.
Gopher Exterminator. Eward Renter,
on Grand avenue, has Invented a gopher
exterminator, which he warrants will do
up any sized gopher. There is no patent
on this invention, as Mr. Renfer desires
that the whole world shall have the bene
fit. It Is a simple contrivance and In
expensive, consisting of a short piece
of inch pipe. One end is securely closed
by means of a solid cap screwed on. In
the end of this cap is a hole large enough
for a shingle nail. The exterminator
resembles a toy cannon. This cannon
Is fastened to a board, loaded with a
shotgun shell, lightly charged. A shingle
nail is inserted In the hole in the cap.
By means of springs and gear the can
non is discharged when placed where
the muzzle points in the track of the
gopher, and the animal comes along and
bumps his head against the spring. Mr.
Renfer says it never fails to kill the
gopher. Lawns are frequently ruined
by gophers, but this Invention will stop
all such depredations.
September 15, Date Selected. On sug
gestion of Hon. F. X. Matthieu. survivor
of the convention of May 3, 1843, as rep
resentative of that historical event, the
time selected for special Exposition ob
servance has been fixed for September
16, t 2 P. M., the exercises to take place
In the Oregon building. Joseph Buchtel,
who is arranging the programme, has In
vited cx-Governor T. T. Gcer to deliver
the address and, although he has not re
ceived an answer is confident of accept
ance. Henry E. Dosch will deliver the ad
dress of welcome. Mr. Buchtel will com
plete the programme In a short time.
Latino Tracks on Axbina Avenue.
The Portland Consolidated Railway Com
pany Is laying a double track on Alblna
avenue between Mississippi avenue and
Skidmore street and Killlngsworth nvenue.
The -distance Is nearly one mile, and
when completed, will give the company
another branch connecting with the St.
Johns line. Peninsula cars instead of run
ning on Williams avenue in Upper Alblna
may be operated on the Lower Alblna
branch, if it be found that the big cars
can climb the steep hill on Mississippi
avenue, between Central Albina and
Has Not Retired. G. W. Cone, of the
Cone Brothers sawmill, at St. Johns, has
not retired, nor sold out that plant, as
has been persistently reported. Mr. Cone
said last evening that he had not author
ized any of the reports. He had incor
porated" in order to secure more capital
to operate the plant on a larger scale,"
and had succeeded in that measure.
Parties were negotiating for the pur
chase of the Douglas and Rankin prop
erties on the St. Johns waterfront, but
nothing, came of it.
The Wizard Organist. We learn that
Professor William C. Carl, the eminent
ohurch organist, who two years ago gave
several recitals in the First Presbyterian
Church in this city, and) who is now
traveling In the Orient, will again visit
Portland and give two organ recitals on
September 22 and 23. at the same place.
Those who heard him before will readily
embrace the occasion to listen to him
again and those who. have not heard him
"will be richly repaid by attending.
A. & C. R. R. Seaside Special.
2:30 P. M. Union. Depot 2:30 P. M.
2-jDat Round Trip Tickets 2-Dat.
Onlt $2.50 Only.
iNo Transfers. No Delate. No Dust.
C. A. Stewart. Act., 23 Alder St.
Leg Fractured Bt Fall. By falling
down the hotel steps at Long Beach Sun
day, Paul McCann. revising clerk in the
oinces oi tne u. rt. & n., sustained a
compound fracture of the left leg. He
was removed to St. Vincent's Hospital
yesterday morning, where the leg was
reset. He is resting well.
Money Till Robbed. a money till at
T. Rowley's cigar store, 2S5 First street.
was robbed yesterday afternoon of $23.
2fo one was seen to take the money nor
was anyone seen to go behind the coun
ter. Mr. Rowley said that the money
had disappeared mysteriously, but no one
Trt to Climb Jefferson. L. J. Hicks,
of Portland, and his brother will make
an attempt to climb Mount Jefferson.
The two left Oregon City yesterday with
a pack train, and an outfit for mountain
climbing. A party of the Mazamas Club
made the attempt In 1900 but failed.
For San Francisco. The elegant steel
steamer Redondo sails direct Saturday.
August 19. S P. M. Cabin. $12: steerage.
$S. Meals and berth included. C. H.
Thompson, agent. 128 Third street.
Federation to Meet. Portland Federa.
Hon of Women's Clubs Is to meet this
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Samuel, 381 Twelfth .street.
Steamship alliance sails from Couch-
street dock for Coos Bay and Eureka
Friday, August IS. at 8 P. M. F. P. Baum-
gartner, agent. .Main wi.
Buy your gasoline from the Acme Oil
Co. It Is the best. Phone East 789.
The Calumet Restaurant, 149 Seventh,
Fine luncheon, 35c: dinner. 50c
Official, Spoons have Pres. Goode's slg.
Bee Ad, page 12 Newport excursion.
Babt Home Receives Check. As a re
sult of the baseball game Saturday last
in which Sheriff Word and his deputies
lined up in competition with Assessor
Slgler and his force. Sheriff Word yes
terday sent a cheek for $200 to Mrs. C.
E. SItton. president of the Baby Home.
A small balance will follow after all the
collections have been made. Sheriff Word
sold 50 tickets to one business house.
' L.EWIB AND CLARK OBSEItVATORT. All
visiting Elks should come and ee the
band of wild elk from the top of the
tower. Electric elevator. Take Portland
YOUNG PHYSICIAN DIES
Dr. George Arthur Torglcr Passes
Away at Open Air Sanatorium.
Dr. George Arthur Torgler died yes
terday morning at the Open Air San
atorium from heart complications after
an illness lasting- three weeks. Dr.
Torgler, who was educated in Oregon
schools, graduated from the medical
department of the University of Ore
gon in 1904. After a trip to the Orient
as surgeon on one of the Asiatic liners,
he began the practice of medicine in
Portland, where he had established a
considerable practice. Dr. Torgler was
born In Portland 26 years ago. He
leaves a father, mother, three sisters
and three brothers: Mr. and Mrs. S.
Torgler. Miss Margaret Torgler, Mrs.
Carrie Dixon, Mrs. M. Pride, Fred W.
Torgler, Charles E. Torgler and John
H. Torgler, of Baker City.
- ILLINOIS DAY AT FAIR.
Fine Concert for Today's Exercises
With Famous Baritone as Soloist.
The fine music provided specially by
the commissioners for Illinois day, will
be certain to prove very delightful to
those who atttnd the exercises there
today. During the reception hours, from
2 to 4 o'clock, a most select concert
will be rendered. '
The programme is to be furnished
under auspices of Eilers Piano House,
which is an assurance that it will be
the best. Mr. N. C. Zan, who Is on the
eve of his dopurture to fill an engage
ment in New York, Is to be the soloist.
Following: is the programme:
(a) "March Mllltalre" ". Sefcafeert-Taaslg
(b) "Alice-Romance" Asofcer
(n 'The Two Grenadiers" .Schumann
(b) "The Palms" Faure
Mr. N. C zan, aocompamee oy ue pjaawu
(a) "Concert Polka" Bartlett
(b) waltz. Op. S. Mo. a jiosineww
Mr. L. P. Bruce at the planwa.
Haddorfl piano used.
In addition, Mr. Zan has consented to
sing the ong "Illinois." oomposed espe
cially for the occasion.
The piano at the Illinois building, a
beautiful Haddorff, was designed and
made expressly for the Illinois build
ing. It has already been heard there at
numerous musical events, and its won
derfully rich, mellow tone has won for
it a host of friends and admirers among
the best musical Judges.
AFOOT IN WESTERN OREGON
Three Portland Men Cover 150
Miles on Outing.
W. F. Backus, H. B. Eva and H. T.
Grist, three Portland hardware clerks,
have just returned from a novel two
weeks' outing. They went to North Yam
hill by train and from there walked to
Trask, where they spent two days fishing
and from there they walked to Tillamook,
and thence down the Coast to Newport,
returning by train. They traveled on foot
about 150 miles. Splendid fishing was
found In many of the Coast streams,
especially on the upper reaches of Drift
River, and at SIHtz Bay, where the fish
were large and it took but a hort time
to fill a bucket. Accommodations all
along the line were good and the roads
in excellent condition.
CLARENCE EDDY- TONIGHT
Greatest Living Organist to Play
Finest Organ in West.
Don't overlook It. This evening at 8:15,
Opening recital of Trinity's fine new
organ. A limited number of tickets for
sale at J. K. Gill's, Woodard, Clarke &
Co. and Eilers Piano House. ,
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ment for parties. 305 Wash., sear Fifth.
When in Seattle, "The Rathskeller."
a high-class place to eat. Sea food;
Eastern meats. Large orchestra dally.
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c.
at S3 Fifth street, near Stark.
Crawfish at The Empire, 132 Sd street.
Lunch: Woman's Exchange, 133 Tenth
The finest product of the scappernong.
the native rorth Carolina grape. A de
Uclous. refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a ladies wine. W. J. Van
Schuyver & Co., Inc. distributors.
Maps of Portland Quadrangle.
Five hundred maps of the Portland
quadrangle arranged by the United States
Geological Survey, have been received at
the Chamber of Commerce for free dis
tribution. The maps are an excellent rep
resentation of the vicinity of Portland.
showing the topography from Portland to
the Juncture of the Columbia and .Wil
lamette and for a distance each way
along the Columbia.
Laird & Lee's "Glimpses" will interest
and amuse, whether on the train, trolley
or ooau a no oniy reuaDie collection
t. ...... T
till TBk1 jii' liCHi
Dr. George Arthur Torgler.
Auditor Devlin's Letter
Removal of Weidler
WILL ' PAY .HIS SALARY
TJntll Some Competent Tribunal Has
Decided. That Weidler Has No
Right to Office, Commission
Will Be Ignored.
"At the meeting of the Municipal Civil
Service Commission yesterday morning,
the members were considerably disturbed
by the receipt of a communication from
City Auditor Devlin relative to the posi
tion of the Commission in suspending
Colonel Milton W. Weidler as Secretary
of the Fire Department, the Auditor's
conclusions In the premises being based
upon a demand of the Commission that
Colonel Weidler's salary warrant should
hereafter be withheld.
Mayor Lane and the other members of
the Commission refused to make this
letter public, or give the press access to
It In any way, upon the alleged ground
that it had not been officially conswerea
by them. The text of the letter follows:
To the Honorable Mayor and Members ot the
Civil Service Commission of the City of Port
land, Or. Gentlemen: I have the boner to
acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the
12th Inst., In winch you advised me that Dep
uty Auditor Milton W. WeWler Is not en
titled to hit r alary from and after the date
of euch communication. I respectfully ask
you to reoonMer your decltlon aa to this mat
ter for the following reasons:
On the 16th day of June. 1W3. Mr. WeWler
was duly certified to me rua eligible to the of
fice of Deputy Auditor, and thereafter was
appointed by me to that office, since which
time he has discharged his duties In an emi
nently oatlsfactory manner. While he Is hold
ing his office under a regular appointment
and discharging his duties. I do not ree how
I can legally refuse to recognise bis right to
pay for his services. It mems to me that after
person is certified to be eligible by the
Civil Sen-Ice Commission, Is daly appointed.
and in pursuance of such appointment enters
Into the possession of the office to which he
ha been appointed, that thereafter the Juris
diction of the Commission over uch appointee
Is at an end. He Is then under the jurisdic
tion of the appointing power. There is no
power given by the charter to any authority
to remove an officer after he has been duly
appointed except upon charges aa specified In
section 317 of the charter, and It wyuM eesa
to follow that If there Is no power of re
moval except aa above specified, there l no
power to stop the pay of the Incumbent so
long as he honestly and efficiently performs
the duties of his office.
I do not know -whether or not any mistake
was -made by the Commission in passing upon
the qualifications Of Mr. WeWler for the of
fice he bow holds, but. having been duly ap
pointed, it seems to me that he has a right
to hold the office and receive the emolu
ments until he has had a hearing before some
competent tribunal, and that tribunal baa de
cided that be has no tight to the office. It
Is made my duty by the charter to allow or
disallow claims against the city, and section
' of the charter specifies particularly what
claims or officers I shall disallow. ad the
claim of Mr. Weidler for his salary Is not
within the restrictions of this section. I ask
the Commission to reconsider Us decbrfoB. be
cause I do not wisn to act contrary is
their Views If I can possibly avoid It con
sistently with my duty as the auditing of
fleer of the city. but. under the existing cir
cumstances. I feel bound to approve and audit
the claim of Mr. Weidler for his salary while
he remains In office and In the faithful per
formance of the duties thereof and under arc
tlen 2S of the charter I bellere It to be
the duty ef the Mayor and Auditor to sign
warrant for euch salary after it is audited
and allowed by me. I have the honor to be.
yours very respectfully.
THOS. C. DEVLIN.
Auditor ot the City of Pertlaad.
August 16, 1905.
Street Railway "Will Pay.
When the question of the Improvement
of Williams avenue, from McMIIlen to
Morris streets, came up in the meeting of
the City Council yesterday. City Attorney
McNary explained to the members that
the Consolidated Railroad Company had
agreed to pay for Its share of the Improve
ments. In exact accord with the specifica
tions of the City Engineer. He stated
further that one of the principal stock
holders of the corporation was now here
from New York, and In a recent confer
ence upon the subject had given assur
ances of a disposition to meet the de
mands of the public wherever possible.
even though It might, at times. Impose
some hardships upon his company.
In order to avoid any future complica
tlons, however, Mr. McNary suggested
that he be empowered to Institute a
friendly suit against the Portland Consol
idated Railroad Company, upon behalf of
the city, to determine the various points
at Issue, and this was unanimously agreed
to by the body.
The result of the negotiations between
the City Attorney' and the leading officials
of the street railway company was viewed
with eminent satisfaction by the Council
men, some of whom seemed to regard It
in the light of a conciliatory spirit by the
new owners of the corporation.
City Council Notes.
The City Council yesterday repealed
ordinance No. 14.633, prohibiting the saw
ing of wood upon certain streets. As
tVi mutter now stands, the wood-sawing
machines are privileged to run anywhere
in the city limits.
Councilman Wills also introduced an
ordinance compelling streetcar companies
to maintain closed gates upon the sides of
the cars next to the tracks as a guard
Another new measure that came before
the Council was an ordinance prohibiting
farmers from billing tneir proauce on me
strife without first' obtaining a license:
or a permit from the Market Inspector
ofter it was shown that tney naa regis
tercd at the public market. It was refer
rri in trie license committee.
The application of Paul Relcker for a
rebate on his liquor license was granted.
The garbage ordinance went over until
the next meeting of the Council, and the
Committee on Health and Police, to whom
It was referred, not being quite ready, to
The matter of granting a franchise to a
company giving It the right to erect and
maintain automatic and auxiliary "re-
alarm boxes, was lata on tne tame unui
the next meeting.
Says Amendment Is "Doctored."
In the matter of the ordinance proposed
by Councilman Rushlight relative to the
protection of life on boats plying the wa
ters of the Willamette River, a question
arose in the Council yesterday concerning
the amendments adopted by the commit
tee on health and police, with the result
that both the original measure as well as
the substitute were referred to the JudI
clary committee for further consideration,
Councilman Rushlight claimed that the
amended ordinance, as It was presented
to the Council, was not the same measure
as the one that had been agreed upon by
' BLUMAUER & HOCH
1C6 end 110 Fourth Street
aWU Distributers far Oregrm aad Washington.
From forelan sounds. No nrate or rasa.
convince. Call and hear one pldyed.
special clerks to show them.
GRAVES' MUSIC STORE
328 Washington Street. Bet. 6th
OF CHINESE AND
Owing to being overstocked for the Fair trade and the very limited
room in our store, we concluded to force our goods at auction sale. The
largest stock of this kind in the city, consisting of "beautiful
Silverware, Cloissonne, Satsuma, New
Brass Ware, Ebony Carved Furnitures,
Embroidered Silk Kimonas and Fine
Decorated Porcelain Tea Sets, Etc., Etc.
L Sale commences at 2:30 and 7:30
after auction, wholesale at warehouse.
ANDREW KAN & CO.
287 MORRISON STREET, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH.
F. Suie-One, 130 Sixth Street, has determined to dis
pose of his entire collection of Exquisite hand-carved Fur
niture, Silk Embroideries, Silver, Cloissonne, Satsuma,
Ivory Inlaid Screens and Bric-a-brac.
These goods were destined for the Exposition; having arrived too late,
Mr. Suie has determined to dispose of them at
Auction Commencing Thurs., Aug. 17
Morning sale 10:30 Afternoon sale 2:30 Evening sale 7:30
DONALD ROSS F. SUIE" ONE C. H. OXONNER
Representative 130 SIXTH STREET Art Auctioneer
the committee, and charged that It had
been "doctored." The resolution to refer
them both was the outcome of the dispute
upon the matter.
THIS CITY HEfiDdUfiHTERS
RECLAMATION SERVICE AVIIjTi
HAVE OFFICES HERE.
H. C. Rlzcr, , Acting Director U. S.
Geological Survey, so Writes
Chamber of Commerce.
In reply to a letter from Edmund C.
Glltner. Secretary of the Chamber of Com
merce, a communication has been re
ceived from H. C. Rlzer. Acting Director
of the United States Geological Survey,
stating that the office of the Supervis
ing Engineer for the Reclamation Service
In Oregon and Washington will be perma
nently located In Portland. This depart
ment has temporary headquarters at the
Lewis and Clark Fair, but there had been ,
no intimation that it would remain here
permanently, until this information was ,
received at tne Lnanuwr ui .uuiuici
The Supervising Engineer will have
charge of the expenditure of all the vast
funds which will be used In the reclama
tion work In Oregon and Washington.
Acting Director Rlzer In .his letter states
that he believes Portland Is the best point
In the Northwest for this office to be lo--,klA
this rltv ta the center of the
region where the work will be carried 1
on. The location or tne oince nere wm
be of much benefit to this city as the
supplies, large quantities of which will be
used In the work, will naturally be pur
chased In the local markets.
In connection with this movement Presi
dent Wheelwright of the Chamber of
Commerce last evening appointed the fol
lowing men to constitute a permanent
Irrigation committee: E. E. Lyttle. Presi
dent of the Columbia Southern Railway;
E. M. Brannick. Manager of Studebaker
Brothers: Leo Frlede, capitalist; A. H.
Devers. the First Vice-President of the
Oregon Irrigation Association, and R. R.
Hoge, Vice-President of the Chamber of
President Wheelwright also appointed
as delegates to the National Irrigation
Association Convention, W. B. Coman,
General Passenger agent of the Southern
Pacific, and E. C Glltner, Secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce.
"Hints on Dress-Art will be the
subject of the lecture at 2:30 P. M.
today (Thursday). In K. of P. Hall.
Marquam building-. Ml3s Brewster will
tell how artistic dress need not be high
priced, but beauty attainable by every
one by means of artistic attire.
Steamer Jefferson sails from Seattle
August 20. Round trip. $50. Inquire Alas
ka S. S. Co.. Frank Woolsey Co.. agents,
252 Oak street.
Struck by a Streetcar.
B. Cady. of Albany, Or., was knocked
to the pavement and seriously Injured
last evening by a south-bound car at
Third and Madison streets. He had Just
left the Relnpfalz Hotel, accompanied by
bis wife and two daughters, to spend an
evening at the Exposition, and was about
to take an up-town car when he was
struck in the back by a car from the
He was carried to. a near-by drugstore,
where he was cared for by Dr. Hubbard,
of Houston. Tex., until he was romoved
to the - Good Samaritan Hospital. The
Witbrjxrt a Rrrol
A trial will
P. M. Continue retailing "before or
examination at the hospital showed that
the colllar-bone had been fractured and
that the body was bruised badly and a
gash cut In the side of the head. Whether
the Injuries will -prove fatal Is not known.
but it Is thought that he is in no im
Spectators say that the motorman Vang
hit bell In warning, but that the man
became confused by the two cars and
made no attempt to get off the track.
Given Away Freo
American Talking Machine
Free to Everybody
Teas Coffees Spices
Greatest Offer of tlie Age
Clip this Coupon oat, ferlax
it te any of our store.
Its value is
$5.00 worth of Coupons
towzrti jetting you tbe
Talking Machine Free
Bsys, 'Girls, and YHSf Ladles
this is Tour Chance
Came axd Sec JJb
Great Aaerlotfl iBpMitag Tw Ct.
33! ffatUcstas St. fcrtliitf 223 First St.. rartUni
Cripa City. Mxla St. iita !i. 57! CexsmcU! St.
Espot. SO E. IthlL
LOW PRICES ,
tVe are a little out of the business
center, but customers And us just the
same, although they are often told by
other dealers that tne following: pianos
are not to be found In the city:
a. b. chase estey
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
233 WASHINGTON ST.
$ 10, $20
A $30, $50
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1 Query 4 WHO MAKES KRYPTOKS ? I
Answer 4 The Columbian Optical Co. g
WE ARE THE DISTRIBUTERS 1
133 SIXTH STREET
We do crown ind brticework without pain.
Our IS years experience In plato work
enables us to fit your mouth comfortably.
Dr. W. A. Wise has found a eafe way to
extract teeth absolutely without pain. Dr.
T. P. Wise la an expert at sold fllllr.s
and crown and brldgework. Extracting frea
when plates or bridges are ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Falling Bulldlnc. cor. Third and Wash. Sts.
Open evenings till 9 o'clock. Sundays from
9 to 11 Or Main 2020.
DR. XT. A. WISE.
SUMMER RES OUTS.
to Mount Hood
VISITORS to the Lewis
and Clark Exposition
have a rare opportu
nity to visit Mount
Hood, because of the very low
515 30-day round-trip rate
from Portland made by the O.
K. & K Includes rail and
stage fare, lunch at Mount
Hood hotel (Hood River), two
nights' lodging and five meals
at Cloud Cap Inn, and return
ing lunch at Mt. Hood Hotel.
Cloud Cap Inn, unique and pic
turesque. 6S00 feet above sea
level, affords splendid accom
modations. Summit of moun
tain easily accessible from this
point. Particulars and O. R.
& N. Summer book by asking
at Third and Washington
3IR5. S. IANGILLE, Manager.
Hood River, Oregon.
Finest Bummer resort in Oregon. Ttao cnlr
hotel on the beach overlooking the ocean.
Sea foods a specialty. The hotel haa been
rebuilt and newly furnished. Hot salt baths.
Fine surf bathing directly in front at the
hotel. Strictly first-class. American plan.
For terms and reservations address DAN J.
The Seaside House
Is now open to guests.
First-Clana Service In Every Way.
Beautiful "Walks and Drives on the
Wltb Boating and Fishing Unsurpassed
Free bus meets all trains.
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 or families. Tell the con
ductor to let you oft at Hackney Cottage.
Seavlew second stop after leaving Ilwaco.
P. O. address, Ilwaco. Wash.
$or the 2foung
Are you preparing to go East
or elsewhere to attend college?
If so, you should appear with
that "college air," character
istic of college men.
We can assist you with every
essential every article of ap
parel requisite to a proper ward
rofce an elegantly fashioned
suit, a hat of the latest vogue,
furnishings of studied nicety.
All our Fall goods for the
season '05 and '06 have arrived
and await your inspection.
The Greatest Clothing House in the Northwest..
She did it with her
little paint brush
And Bay State paints. You can paint
your whole house, or any part that may
need It, with these paints at small ex
pense and the greatest satisfaction, as
they are most easily applied, ami are
very permanent and lasting. They come
in all colors and in any quantity, ready
mixed to go to work with.
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
Front and Morrison Streets
Hotel SI. Francis
Special Rates for the
Full information can be obtained by
writing or wiring (at our expense) to
JAMES WOODS. MANAGER
Prepares for West Petit
and other Eastern Col
leges. X home boarding
school for boys, giving ex
cellent military training
and thorough scholastic
work. Personal attention
given each pupil xvlth tje
aim to Inspire lofty Ideals
of scholarship, sound Judg
ment and In every way to
prepare boys for business
and professional life. Lo
cated on Lake Stellacoom.
8 miles south of Tacoma.
For circular and full Infor
mation address D. S. Pul
ford Prln.. So. Tacoma,
Wash. R. F. D. No. 1.
239 to 253 Wabus
The Leadlaj School
of Mntle and PramaUe Art. Sixty eminent Instruc
tors. Cnrlrmled Free AdTnU. Teachnrs training
department. Diplomas. Certificates, f re and partial
scholarships. Fall term begins Sept.ll. 19U5. Catalogue
Silled free. JOHN J. HATTsf AEitT President.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Nineteenth annual session begins Sept. 13,
Address S. E. JOSEPHI. M. D.. Dean, 610
Dekum bldg.. Portland.
A $12.00 FULL SET
and Thursday, until 3.
Fred Frehn. D. D. S.
ICS Dekum Dldx-
gchwab Printing Co.
BEST WORK. RZjtSOXABLZ PRICES
247K STARK STREET
DR. T. P. WISF.