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THE 3IORXWG OREGOXIAX. THTTRSD AT. AUGUST .1, 1907.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
OREGOKIAN TELEPHONES -
Coun tins-Room Main 7070
City Circulation Main 7070
Managing Editor Main 7070
Fun. .ay Editor Main 7U70
Composing--Room Main 7070
City Editor Main 7070
Superintendent Building Main 7070
East Side Office East 81
AM USE MIS NTS.
UAetriv rspavr TuriTim Mnrr1son
between 6th and 7th) Nance O'Neil In
"The Story of the Golden Fleece." Tonight
GRAND THEATER (Washington, between
Parle and Seventh) Vaudeville, 3:80, 7:30
and 9 P. M.
FANTAOLS THEATER (4th and Stark)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30, 9 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER 7th and Alder) The
Allen Stock Company In "Road to Frisco."
Tonight at S:15. Matinees Tuesday. Thurs
day. Saturday and Sunday at 2:15 P. M.
6TAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
AU-Star Stock Company In "The Royal
Slave." Tonight at 8:15. Matinees Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at
2.15 P. M.
THE OAKS (O. W. P. carllne) Oatea open
12:80 P. M. to 11 P. M., Sundays and
holidays. 10 A. M. to 11 P. M. Band con
certs and free specialties.
BASEBALL (Recreation Park, Twenty-fourth
and Vaughn streets.) Today at 3:30 P. M.,
Portland vs. Los Angeles'.
PORTLAND ACADEMY HALL Recital ' by
Miss .Large and Mies White. 8:15 P. M.
OREGOXIAX AT RESORTS.
Ocean Park C. H. Hill
The Breaker ..J. M. Arthur
Long Beach etrauhal Jk Co.
Seavlew Btraubal A Co,
Gearhart ....... Dresser A Co,
eaaide Dresser A Co.
Newport r. H. Lane
Mocllps, Wash Breakers Pavilion
Carson Springs .Mineral Hotel
Collins Springs Belcher Co.
Motrin Springs T. Moffltt
Wllholt Springs F. W. McLe.-an
For Quickest and most satisfactory
service, subscribe for The Oregonlan at
Bummer resorts through the above
agents. City rates. Subscriptions by
mail are payable in advance.
Jult Bank Clearinob. Bank clearings
for the month Just closed show that
Portland people have not rested during
the hot weather, but have been actively
at the usual business activity. The
figures show one of the best months In
the volume of actual business transacted
In the history of the city. During the
month ending yesterday cash transactions
passing through the Clearing-House Asso
ciation totaled $32,054,828.37. During tho
corresponding month of last year this
figure was J22,6M,636.91. This Is an ad
vance of $9,390,181.46, or & gain of 42 per
cent. This gain is a splendid one and Is
in line with that of former months of the
present year The figures show that all
lines of business continue active and give
considerable encouragement for the re
mainder of the Summer. The splendid
gain for July proves that Portland Is
steadily Increasing its lead over the other
Bur.vs.Ca.ush Death. Mrs. Thomas
Ryan died at St. Vincenfs Hospital at
an early hour yesterday morning as the
result of burns sustained in a fire that
consumed the family home at Reservoir
Park, and In which Lester, the three-year-old
son, was cremated alive Tues
day afternoon. No hope was held out for
her recovery when she was removed to
the institution. Mrs. Ryan attempted to
kindle a fire in the kitchen stove with
kerosene at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
An explosion followed, throwing the blaz
ing oil over her and communicating the
flames to all parts of the house. She
rushed into the open air and was saved
from instant death by Mrs. Conley, a
neighbor, who poured a tubful of water
on her and then smothered the flames In
a blanket. The house was completely de-
Elopers Ard in Jail. 'W. H. Shipman,
formerly a member of the Portland Fire
Department, who was married July 13 to
Miss Mabel Moore: and who eloped a
week later -with Miss Bertha Holton, was
brought to the County Jail yesterday
from Drain, where he and Miss Holton
were arrested last week. The girl, who
is 20 years old, was also lodged In Jail.
Shipman's wife filed a statutory charge
against the .couple. Shipman takes his
arrest calmly. He says he thought when
he married Miss Moore that he loved her,
but soon found that he did not. Then he
left for Southern Oregon with Bertha
Holton, a former sweetheart.
Henbt to Confer With Bristol.
United States Attorney Bristol left last
night for San Francisco for a conference
with Francis J. Heney and Secretary of
tha Interior Garfield on the Oregon land
fraud prosecutions. This meeting, fol
lowing an extended conference In this city
a few weeks ago between Mr. Bristol and
Secretary Garfield. Is taken to mean that
Mr. Heney may return to Portland and
assist In conducting the cases that are
said to be awaiting Investigation by- a
grand jury. Mr. Bristol was unable to
say how long he would be out of the
Bridob Approach Scorched. The ap
proach at the east end of the Burnside
bridge was endangered yesterday fore
noon by a fire In the driftwood collected
around the piles of the bents. Among
these logs and light timbers In some way
a fire was started. It was burning
brightly when discovered. Fireman from
Engine Company No. 7 extinguished it.
A lighted cigar or cigarette thrown from
the roadway is supposed to have started
Shot While Hunting. Louis Korn
rodt is In a precarious condition at the
Good "Samaritan Hospital as a result of
wounds inflicted late Tuesday afternoon
afGresham by the accidental discharge
of a shotgun. In some manner unex
plained the weapon was fired by Korn
rodt, who received portions of the load of
shot In his arms. The right arm will be
amputated. The shock Is so great that it
is feared he cannot recover.
Campmeetino at i Cedar Park. The
Free Methodist campmeetlng for the
Portland district commenced last night
at Cedar Park, St Johns carllne. Tenters
were coming In all day. Visitors from
other conferences will also attend. Rev.
C. B. Ebey, of Chicago, editor of the Free
Methodist Church paper, will speak to
night. A good time is expected.
Funeral op Mrs. Anna Sands. The
funeral of Mrs. Anna Sands, who died
Tuesday, was held yesterday morning
from the St. Francis Church , East
Eleventh and East Oak streets. Inter
ment was in St. Mary's Cemetery. Mrs.
Sands was the mother of Mrs. J. B. Dove,
of Portland, and Mrs. C. H. Maphet, of
Sellwood Hose Compawt Installed.
Chief Campbell Installed the new hose
company in the Sellwood engine-house
yesterday. Captain George W. Stokes,
who was formerly captain of Engine Com
pany No. 1, is in charge. He was trans
ferred to the Sellwood Btation at his own
Municipal Court Receipts. The re
ceipts from fines and forfeitures in the
Municipal Court for July were $1663, ac
cording to figures prepared ' by Clerk
Take the A. & C. R. R. for Seaside and
Clatsop Beach Summer resorts, two
through trains dally 8 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Special train Saturdays, 8:10 P. M. Ticket
office Third and Morrison st.
Wanted. Young married man to run
meat wagon in the country; steady em
ployment. H. El Wood. First and Alder.
K ruse's Beach Hotel, Gearhart Park.
Open for season. Address Horry T. But
terworth, Gearhart Park. Or.
Extra set Oregon Reports 1 to 27, for
sale. C. H. PIggott, attorney-at-law, 4-5-6
Business Men's Lunch 11:30 to 2. All
home-cookiD-. Women's Ex., 133 10th st.
Narrowly Escapes : Wreck. Chemical
engine No. 1, stationed at Second and Oak
streets, had a narrow escape from being
wrecked at 7:30 o'clock last night at Sec
ond and Stark streets, when the horses
became unmanageable because of . a
broken line. They swerved toward a tele
graph pole, but were stopped in time to
avoid a collision. The' company was
bound for Sixth and Washington streets
in response to a telephone call, when -a
chimney wa3 supposed to be on fire.
Seeks News of Brother. The Orego
nlan is In receipt of a .letter from Mies
Camllle Hooper, at Grass Valley, Cal.,
who is endeavoring to locate her brother,
who is said to be In the employ of a
hotel In this city. William E. Hooper,
father of the young woman, was pain
fully injured In a mine at Grass Valley on
July 25 and it is for the purpose of com
municating this fact that the whereabouts
of the son is desired.
Is Tour office system satisfactory?
We design and Install the right kind:
Get our price. No charge for plans.
Loose-leaf devices, filing systems. Phone
Main 921. Pacific Stationery and Printing
Co., 203, 205. 207 Second St.
Wanted Experienced lady steno
grapher. Apply 400 Chamber of Commerce.
Rooms for rent, Selling-Hlrsch bldg.
LINEMAN DIES II MID-WR
ACTOPSY WILIi BE HELD TO DE
Coroner Xot Certain That Electric
Shock" Killed John Carlberg.
May Have Been Heat.
John Carlberg, a lineman . 2$ years
of age, died at 4:33 yesterday after
noon at Seventeenth and Upshur
streets from causes that have not yet
been ascertained. It was at first sup
posed that he was killed by an electrio
shock, as he was working on heavy
voltage wires for the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power Company at the
time, but Coroner , Finley Is still in
doubt as to the exact cause of death,
and will hold an autopsy today to de
Chief Claims Agent Boynton.yjf th
Portland Railway,. Light & Power Com
pany, said last night -that from the
facts in his possession he believed
death resulted from the effects of ex
cessive heat and heart disease.
Carlberg, who was a single man and
lived at 484 East Seventeenth street,
collapsed while working on the cross
arms of a pole, 22 feet above the street,
and it was three minutes before the
foreman, George W. Ibbetson, of 366
Knott street, and others of the work
men succeeded in extricating him from
the wires. The heavy-current cable
was cut to permit the body to be re
moved, and it was then lowered to the
street, but life was extinct.
When the police received notice of
the accident. Captain Slover sent the
patrol wagon out, but it had scarcely
left the barn when Coroner Finley was
summoned, it being found that Carl
berg was dead.
The men, under Foreman Ibbetson.
were removing wires from the higher
to the lower cross-arms, and the task
being performed toy Carlberg when he
collapsed was exceptionally dangerous,
it is said. But a short time before
Elmer Downing, of 380Vi Morrison
street, was ordered off from the job, as
he had less experience than Carlberg.
The latter took Downing's place and
died or was killed later in the after
noon. Just prior to the death of Carlberg,
Downing suffered a severe electric
shock while working near the same
place, and for a time his life was de
spaired of. He was removed to the
Good Samaritan Hospital, where it was
said last night that he would recover.
Carlberg took a position with the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Com
pany May 1, 1907, and, according to
Chief Claims Agent Boynton, was an
expert lineman. . He was well liked
by his associates. Nothing is known
of his relatives.
PIONEER OF MULTNOMAH
Sirs. Shepherd Iiived In Columbia
Slough District 34 Years.
By the death of Mrs. Margaret Shep
herd, widow of the late C- L. Shepherd,
at her home on the Columbia Slough and
Sandy Roads Tuesday night, there passed
away a well known pioneer women of
that neighborhood, who is deeply regret
ted by a wide circle of friends in Port
land and in the community where she
had lived for the past 34 years. For
The I -ate Mrs. Margaret Shepherd.
some time Mrs. Shepherd's health had
been steadily failing and it became evi
dent a few weeks ago that the end was
not far off, but in accordance with her
well ordered life she was resigned and
Mrs. Shepherd was born in Ohio in 1834,
and came to Portland In 1870. She was
married to C. L. Shepherd, a prominent
pioneer of 1830, and they made their home
on the large farm owned by Mr. Shep
herd. The husband died 20 years ago, but
Mrs. Shepherd continued to reside at the
old home, making it the center of attrac
tion for the young people and others of
the community. She retained 25 acres of
the original 160 which comprised the
home farm, living a beautiful life among
her flowers and children and grand
children. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs.
H. W. Monastes, of Portland, and Mrs.
Cathedine E. White, of Vancouver,
Wash., with whom she came to Oregon.
The funeral will be held this afternoon at
2 o'clock at Finley's undertaking chapel,
and the interment will be in Riverview
WHERE JTO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
ments for .parties. 306 .Was hi. near 5th,
HEAT WILL BE SOLD
General Electric Company In
stalls Steam Plant.
PREPARES TO LAY PIPES
Large Business Buildings In the
Down-Town District Wyi Be
First Served Extensions to
Be Made Later.
Materials have arrived and the work
of installing a steam heating plant
has been begun by the Portland Gen
eral Electric Company. The plan is to
furnish business houses with steam
heat from a central station on a meter
basis. This system of heating is used
extensively in many of the large cities
and the service is found both satisfac
tory and economical. The work of lay
ing the pipes through which the steam
is to be distributed will be started as
soon as the plans submitted by the
electric company have been approved
by. the city authorities. The system
will be extended as the demands for
the service require, and when com
pleted, will represent an expenditure
The Portland General Electric Com
pany owns a franchise, granted by the
city, entitling it to lay its steam, pipes
in the business district of the city,
bounded by Glisan and Taylor streets,
Twelfth street and the river. Con
tracts have already been written by
which the following building will be
heated by this " service: Oregonlan
building, the Marquam Theater, the
Baldwin building and the Bushong
A complete plant has been installed
at the company's station, Seventh and
Alder streets, where the steam will be
generated. From the central station,
it will be transmitted through pipes
to the different buildings to be heated.
The charge to consumers will be on
the meter basis of cubic feet used, the
steam being measured by meters. Ma
terial for laying the first pipes has
arrived, and this work will begin as
soon as the city authorities give their
The electric company yesterday noti
fied the Executive Board that It de
sired to use the following- streets:
West on Alder from Seventh to Park,
north on Park to a point between
Washington and Stark-; also east on
Alder from Seventh to Fourth and
north on Fourth to Washington. This
request wag referred to City Engineer
Taylor and the membership of the Ex
ecutive Board, and before any action
is taken the company's franchise and
the rights conferred thereunder will
be investigated. The members of this
Board expect to' insist on a strict com
pliance with the terms of the franchise
by the electric company, to the end
that the interests of the people may be
safeguarded and the best possible serv
ice assured. -
If the city has the right under the
franchise It has granted the members
of the Executive Board say they will
insist that all pipes be laid by the tun
neling process, without disturbing the
surface of the streets. City Engineer
Taylor reported that the plans sub
mitted by the company provide for lay
ing all pipes at a depth of from 10
to 12 feet and from 8 to 10 feet dis
tant from the curbs. McPherson said
that under these specifications all pipes
could be laid in tunnels.
This plan, he said,- was the only
feasible one for proceeding with the
work contemplated, and he was satis
fled it would be adopted by the electric
TRUSTED EMPLOYE GONE
Police Search for W. B. Scott, Who
Passed Forged Checks.
The police are searching for - W. B.
Scott, general manager of the Utility
Manufacturing Company, who has been
missing since Monday. - It has been dis
covered by his associates in business that
Scott passed a number of forged checks
for various sums on East Side firms.
That he had proved 'recreant to the trust
imposed in him created a sensation, as
he had been employed there for many
months and was trusted Implicitly.
F. L. Kneeland, a member of the com
pany, said yesterday that Scott entered
the employ of the firm several months
ago and exhibited marked ability, win
ning promotion solely on his merits. No
suspicion of dishonesty attached to him,
and he was trusted. Saturday he left the
company's place of business. Union ave
nue and East Morrison streets, as usual.
When he did not appear for duty Mon
day morning, inquiries were made. Soon
forged checks, said to have been passed
by him, were brought in for inspection by
victims, and the startling facts regarding
the general manager's downfall became
Those who have thus far been discov
ered as victims are !I. Baumer, dry goods
dealer at Union avenue and East Morri
son street, -who cashed a forged check
for $15; Bennett & Co., grocers, who
cashed a check for $15: Jancke Drug Com
pany, Grand and Hawthorne avenues,
who cashed a check for $21. It is feared
that other worthless checks are out, as
Mr. Kneeland said yesterday that a book
of 16 blank checks is missing. To all of
the checks the name of E. A. Knott,
treasurer of the Utility Manufacturing
Company, was signed.
Scott lived at 488 Hawthorne avenue.
During the . Spanish-American War he'
served in the Army, and draws a pension
of $12 a month.. His mother lives in Wis
consin. He was affable and genial and
made friends easily. His sudden down
fall puzzles all who knew him. -
FOUND A NEW SUIT CASE
Evidently Just From the East.
There are many of them, also traveling
bags, hat boxes, etc. Best styles; most
durably constructed": all sizes. At Rob
inson & Co.'s. 289 Washington. All on
special sale today.
Grangers Employ a Lawyer.
Judge Seneca Smith has been retained
by the Oregon State Grange to appear In
the State Supreme Court in the free pass
bill case, and also In the one involving the
question as to w.io shall-have the custody
of the county prisoners. Judge Webster
and Sheriff Stevens are parties to the
latter controversy. Suit has been brought
to enjoin the Secretary of State from re
ferring to the people the bills involving
these questions. Judge Smith will con
tend that the petitions for referendum to
the people are valid and should be. re
spected. The cases are set for trial Aug
ust 7. ,
Ship Bulls to Hawaii.
ALBANY, Or., July SI.Special.) A
carload of 40 Hereford bulls will be
shipped from Linn County to the
Hawaiian Islands. L. id. .Carter, of
YOU MAY OWN
A GOOD HOME
If you will
Your money and deposit it with
"Oldest Trust Company in Oregon"
We pay 3 per cent interest,
compounded serui-ajiiually, on
savings accounts of a ty amount
from $1 upward, and 2l2 to 4
per cent on
Special Certificates of Deposit
On daily balances of
CHECK ACCOUNTS on sums
of $500 or over (even hun
dreds) computed and credited
Call for our statement and book
Portland Trust Company ot Oregon
S. E. Corner Tblrd and Oak Sts.
Phone Exchange 72.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK.i Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
Honolulu, is now in this city arrang-.
ing for the purchase of 40 of the.
animals. They will be taken Ao San.
Francisco by rail and thence shipped to
the islands, for use on the Parker s toe It
ranch, nir Honolulu.
We can extract one or all your i
teeth without hurting a bit, and
put In new teeth the same day
If you desire.
Our system of crown and
bridge work is simple, quick and
When desired you can have T.
P. Wise or my personal service.
Painless, Extracting; Free wbca T
Plates are Ordered.
20 YEARS HERE I
and doing dental work all tha ?
time. That is the record of Dr. Z
W. A. Wise. That's one reason
our business has grown our pa- s
trons come back, and they send
their friends. s
W. A. WISE, Dentist :
Falling bid., 3d and Washington sts
S A. M. to 0 P. M. Sundays 9 to 12.
Painless Extraction 50c j Plates $3
: T. P. Wise, M. A. Stutdevant J
and H. A. Huffman ?
BOTH PHONES, A A.N I) MA1V t028. J
F. W. Baltes
First and 'Oak
A Skin of Beamy is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX COURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEALTIFIER
femoros Tah. Phnpletv
reckleo. Moth Patches,
wa tjrvy oivmum
on beauty, acd d
Am detection. It
has stood tht test
of 67 yefcr, .vnd
Is to barmlm we
taateit to be sure tt
Is properly mad.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayre said to
lady of the haut
ton (ft patient)i
M Aa jtm ladle
will use them,
nnartuil,i fresm' as the least bartcfnl of all tha
ski a preparations." For sale by all dram its and Fanry
Goods .Dealer In the United Statee, Canada and Europe.
FERD.T.HOPBXS, Prop 37 fired Jew Sired, Mew Tork.
Crowns and Brtdare
Full Set of
FRED PR RUN.
Room 405, Dekum -SalldlnE.
Alwaya Buy &.
gifofer Collars y
M EX2EZ3r Puf; Shrunk
B "TMIY DON'T CMSCK SO QUICK" B
U Hsve -1 INOCORD" eyelet buttonholes. 11
H Kur to bJiioo Strong to bold. H
tl CIO. S. IDK a CO., SSsksrs TSOV.H.V. tj
to Go East
Omaha, Council Bluffs, St. Joe,
Kansas City, Sioux City,
Chicago, St. Louis.
DATES: July 3, 4, 5; August 8,
9, 10 ; September 11, 12, 13.
ROUND TRIP RATE: Slightly
higher than half. Available also
in connection with very cheap
excursion fares during the Sum
mer east of Chicago and St.
Louis to New York, Philadelphia,
Boston, Jamestown Exposition,
and Atlantic Coast.
Liberal stopovers; long limits;
greatest diversity of. routes of
fered by Burlington's three gate
ways Denver, Billings and St.
Write or call; let ms -tjuote yon the best
combination of special rates available,
and help you to plan your trip; there is
education in travelling on Burlington trains.
A. C. SHELDON,
Gen. Asent C. B. k Q. RT-,
100 Third St., Portland. Or.
A Boarding and Day
School for Girls
Certificate admits to Smith-Wellesly
and other colleges. The music depart
ment under the charge of artists is a
special feature. Fine art studio. Write
for Illustrated catalogue. For further
JULIA P. BAILEY
2209 Pacific Avenue, Spokane, Wash.
Confers degrees and grants diplomas;
semvnary course accredited to the
Uniwersity and leading Eastern col
leges. Rare opportunities offered in
music, art and domestic science. For-ty-secord
year. Fall term opens Au
gust 14, 1907. "Write for catalogue
to MRS. C. T. MILLS, President,
Mills College .P. 0 Cal.
De Kovn Hall
A select boarxMng-school
for boys. Located on the
prairie, eig ht miles
south of T a c t m a, on
Lake Stellacoonx. Pure
water, wholesome food
and o u t d o or exercise.
Modern buildings. In
struction thorough, and
personal. Prepares" for
college or business Jlfe.
Fall term begins n
tarnber 12, 1997. Fpr
particulars and full in
r. S. PVLFORD, Prill.,
South Tscoma, Wash.. :
R. F. D.
University of Oregon
21st Annual Session Begins Sept. ifl. 180T.
Address S. E. Josephi, M. D., Dn,
610 Dekum Bids.. Portland.
HILL MILITARY ACADEMY
A BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOB
Delightfully situated; magnificent view;
homelike comforts. Manual Training, Mili
tary Discipline, College Preparation. Boys
of any age admitted at any time. Writ
for Illustrated Catalogue.
DR. J. W. HILL, PORTLAND, OR.
Proprietor and Principal.
DEMENTS BEST FLOUR
KEEP YOUB CUSTOMERS
By supplying them floor that is good
for digestion, good to the palate and
, full weight guaranteed.
DEMENTS BEST FLOUR
DEMENT BROS. 00,
Makers of High-Grade Flour,
340 East Washington Street, Phone
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORf
la herhah. If Gray or Bleached, tt can be
restored to Its natural color withont Injury
to health or scalp by one application of the
Imperial Hair Regenerator
THE STANDARD HAIR COLOR
ING. It ia absolutely harmless. Any
shads produced. Colors durable.
V When applied cannot do detected.
Sample or your nair coiorea rroe.
hs peris! Csca. Mif C, US W. 2i SI..N.Y.
Msrcm US ' WasbJnxtaa SUM
Barber's Supply Co.
Headquarters for reliable Toilet Goods.
Cutlery, etc We grind everything.
Morrison and Tenth Sts.
Eee him concerning your eyes.
12 Seventh St. steos Aides.
fichwab Printing Co.
MKST ttASOfAtlB PflCBS
4.TH STAR-K STREETf
i BLUMAUER & HOCH
ion and 110 Fourth Street.
Role Distributors for Oregon and Washington.
Low Summer Rates
To Jamestown Exposition and the East.
There is no better time for your Summer
trip than now, taking in the Jamestown
Exposition and then " visiting the Eastern
. AS A SIDE TRIP EN ROUTE
For foil Information! rail on or write
A. D. CHARLTOX,
Asst Genl Passenger Aarent,
S55 Morrison Street,
Portland, Or. .
Northern Pacific Railway
Has One of the Finest Beaches
on the Pacific Coast
AND is AN
IDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
It' is easily reached, is not an expensive place to visit, has excel
lent hotel accommodations, affords perfectly safe and delightful surf
bathing and all sorts of beach pastimes, such as clam-bakes, oyster
hunts, fishing, pebble and shell gathering, etc.,' enjoys a mild and in
viting climate, picturesque scenery, and all the other attractions that
can be desired for recreation and pleasure.
NEWPORT is reached by -way of the Southern Pacific to Albany
or Corvallis, thence Corvallis & Eastern R. R. Train service daily and
the trip a pleasure throughout. Leave Portland 8 A. M.
Rate from Portland ' $6.00 for the round trip. Tickets on sale
daily, and good for return until October 31. There is also a Saturday-Monday
rate from Portland of $3.00, tickets on sale Saturdays,
good for return Mondays. Correspondingly low rates from all other
points. Call at the city ticket office of the Southern Pacific, Third
and Washington streets, in Portland, or at any S. P. agency else
where, for complete information.
General Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company, Portland, Or.
One of the Most
Reorts on the Pa
cific Coast Just
' Near the month of the Columbia River, on the Washington
aide, reached from the City of Portland on the
Steamer T. J. POTTER
lit ABOUT S HOURS.
I(.l8 upward of 20 miles long, very broad and level and almost as
compact as a composition pavement. It Is dotted its entire length with
towns, cottage settlements, tent cities, villas, fine hotels, and all the
amusement accessories of a popular Summer beach resort. IT'S THE
PLACE to GO for rest, health and a good time. Thousands go there
for their fc'ummer outing. Try It.
The Potter Sails Every Day
, EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
V Bee published schedules.
Fare from Portland, round trip, $4.00
'Saturday to Monday Tickets, $2.50
Purchase tickets and make reservations at City Ticket Office. Third
and Washington strops. Portland; or inquire of any O. R. & N. agent
elsewhere for information.
WM. McMURRAY, (G eneral Passenser Asent. PORTLAND. OR. y
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
Clatsop Beach Seaside, Oregon
"The Cliff House of Orea-on.
Directly on the beach overlooking
the ocean. Hot salt baths and surf
bathing. Recreation pier for fishing.
Sun parlors. Electric lights, fireplace
and furnace heat. Fine walks and
drives." Sea foeds a specialty. Rates,
$2.50 and (3 per day. Special rates by
the week. DAN. J. MOORE. Prop.
The New Hackney Cottage
Open for the Season.
GrwtUy Increased accommodation; big new
wine of IB rooms, all newly furnished; home
comforta; excellent table board; delightfully
and centrally located; beautiful surroundlnga:
unflurpasaed surf bathlng
P. O. addrcsa, 1LWACO. WASHINGTON,
Without a Rival
CLOUD CAP INN
Epend your vacation at this
delightful resort (at snow line).
Enjoy a snowball in Summer
time. Autotnoblles meet fore
noon trains at Hood River and
make trips to Inn. Rate $9.50
for round trip from Portland.
Ask at O. R. & N.. city ticket
office, for particulars or write.
jP. O. Mount Hood. Or.
Seaside, Or. Ltndsley A Bon. proprietors.
New building, new furniture, courteous at
tention. R.e 2 per day and up. Special
rates to la.nre parties. Special rates by
week or month. 10O rooms, outside rooms
open on veraric'a overlooking; the ssa. Elec
tric Ught In evry room. Telephone connec
tion with surrounding resorts and Ions dis
tance. Hot and cold water. Hot salt baths
adjacent. Table supplied with tha best of
everything, fish, .filami and crabs at all