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THE MORXTXQ OKiEGOSriAy, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. 1
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Ttntm-roora M!n 70TO A joys
City Clrcalatlon Me n 7079 A JOM
Miinirlnr Editor Main 7070 A 609J
Funds' Editor Mala T070A JOM
Corapostns-room Main 7070 A JOM
liawlnteudent bonding ...Mala 7070 A 0S
HEILIO THEATER (Seventh and ,TmT'5r'
Cathrine CountlM In The Thief- To
night at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER f Eleventh end Morfi
iod) Motion picture of whit alave traf
fic Continuous from 1:30.
ORPHETJM THEATER ! Morrison, between
ii .. w a c . v. t vBrivir Thle R
t.rnoon ax 1:11 and tonicht at t:tQ
o . v-t r a t"tt riTPo c.Titt and AT
der) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:1.
tonlxht at 7:10 and o-cieca.
ton) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at :!
tonight at 7:30 and tfcioeir.
OAKS PARK Wlllamette River) Arnote-
ment para; varied attraction, aul- m.
Boon and tonlatbc
RECREATION PARK (24th and Vaughn)
Baseball. Portland vs. Vernon, uui -noon
at B o'clock. .
COUNCIL CKKBT (Portland Heights)
Beenlo Amusement rara.
Abbis Hamci WisTi Divorce. Abbfe
L. Hance, vtfe of B. F. Hance, tne
proprietor of a drugstore at 275
Eleventh street, has filed suit for
divorce In Circuit Court. The woman
alleges that In 1S08, after her hus
band had demonstrated his inability
to hold a position because of drun
kenness, she used her money to set him
up in business. She says that for a
time the receipts ran as high as 245 a
day, but that her husband finally
violated his promise to stay on the
"water wagon" with the result that
receipts have fallen as low as 1Q a
day and the business Is (1000 in debt
Mrs. Hance asks an order restraining
her husband irom moiaauns tier i
evnpT vs rrm ATtrADC OS JOT.
TIVOLL AND CRYSTAL First-run plo-
turea, 11 A. M.-12 P. M.
OREGONIAN AT RESORTS
For the Qoerkeet delivery of The
Oreconlaa at Summer resorts, sub
scribe through the following agents.
City rates. Subscriptions by mail ar
parable In alvance.
Bayoeema. Or.. Hotel Bayoeean Annex
Brighton Beaeh. Or J. A. Baldwin
Carson Springs Mineral Springs Hotel
Collins Springs Fred A. Young
Long Beach .....Louis Cohen
Naheotta t. H. Brown
Newport Geo. Slyvester
Ocean Park D. E. Beeehy
Bockaway Beach.Or. .Wilkin Bice
St. Martina Springs. .Mrs. St. Martin
6eaide Clark Btrattoa
Beavlew, Wash Frank E. Stranal
Tillamook f. 8. Lamor
Tokalaad, Wash John Norby
Caseadla, Or O. M. GeUMOdorfer
Advertisrraents Intended for the City News
In Brief column In Sunday's Issue must be
handed in The Oregonian business office by
o'clock Saturday evening.
Children's Paradb Costs 13000. C.
C. Hall, assistant secretary of the East
Side Business Men's Club, made the
statement yesterday that the children's
parade on Grand avenue during the
Rose Festival cost approximately $3000,
which came from contributions made
by business men and residents and re
ceipts from the grandstands. From
the grandstands the club realized
enough to prevent any deficit and make
up a considerable balance above the
expenses, amounting to about $500. But
for the grandstands there would have
been a deficit. The schools were
handled liberally this year in the way
of car tickets and otherwise. All ac -counts
are being settled as rapidly as
possible. Until September the club will
hold no meetings, and the executive
committee will take care of all busi
ness during the Summer months.
Sewer Assessments to Be Resisted.
At present property owners in the
Riverside sewer district are sub
scribing to a fund to defray cost of
resisting collection of the assessments
made in that district. It was decided
to ask owners of property to pay at the
rate of $1 a lot toward meeting ex
penes of litigation, and it was reported
yesterday that enough had been sub
scribed to insure the movement to
resist the collection of assessments. A
considerable number of property own
ers have paid their assessments, and
these have no further interest in the
proceedings. The total cost of the
sewer was about 140.000. but this sum
was reduced by taking In more terri
tory. Kenton Wants Street Work Hurried.
A committee from the Kenton Im
provement Association called on Mayor
Rushlight yesterday and asked that
Contractor Wiles, who has the improv
ing of four streets in Kenton, be re
quired to hurry the work. It was rep
resented that he has but a few men
at work and at the rate the improve
ment Is proceeding the frnir streets
will not be completed this year. Mayor
Rushlight assured the committee that
the people of Kenton have his full
sympathy and that he would require
Mr. Wiles to rush the improvements of
the four streets.
Bttldino CoirMrTTEB Meets. The
building committee of the East 8ide
Business Men's Club. C. A. Bigelow,
chairman, held a meeting yesterday
afternoon and discussed plans for the
proposed clubhouse, to be built on East
Sixth and Belmont streets, where the
club has an option on a lot 60x100 feet.
Tentative plans for a three-story build
ing with basement were submitted. It
was reported that considerable stock
In the holding company has been sub
scribed toward erection of the building.
Bach Win. Filjsd FOR Probate. The
will of Marianna Baum, a pioneer of
Portland was admitted to probate In
the County Court yesterday. The entire
estate, valued at 115,000. Is distributed
among the six children. The two
daughters. Miss Bertha Baum and Mrs.
Pauline C. Friedman, were named as
executrlces and have qualified and are
administering the estate. Beach.
Simon & Nelson represent the estate
Church Services Announced. Serv
ices will be held at the Congregation
Ahavai Sholom. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at o'clock. Mr. Charles Robi
son will address the congregation.
Services will be held tomorrow morn
ing at 9:30. Rabbi Abrahamson will
Tevpij Services Announced. Rabbi
Jonah B- Wise will officiate at
Temple Beth Israel tonight and to
morrow morning. Services at 8 to
night and 10:30 tomorrow. Mr. Marx
and Mr. Zan will sing at the evening
and morning services. The public 1
The Dollar and HALF-prlce sales that
have made the Leffert Jewelry Store so
popular with good buyers, will be held
again on Friday and Saturday of this
week. Watch our windows at 263
Washington at. The store that features
Hone on thb Willamette River.
Nearly new, seven-room bungalow,
can be bought at a real bargain, and
on easy terms, 40 minutes on the Ore
gon City Electric: about one acre; line
view site. Kseeland. Main 7760.
Hxascjuartcss of Mrs. Abigail Scott
Dunlway's State Equal Suffrage As
sociation. 61 Selling building, will be
open 11-1 and 6-6. for receipt of sub
scriptions and to give all information.
Owner must aacrtflce five-room mod
ern bungalow, within two blooks of
four different carllnes; easy terms. Ad
dress C 124, Oregonian.
For Rent. Private residence, fur
nished; eight rooms, two baths; Over
ton and 24th ats.; one year, $90 a month.
Q 121, Oregonian.
$11,000 Bvrrs from owner, well Im
proved corner on North 14th sc. near
Savier at- Apply AB 224, Oregonian.
Miss Bauer will lecture this morn
ing at Hotel Multnomah, at 11 o'clock,
rickets, $1, at door.
Deuohtful Beach Weather at Gear
hart "By-the-Sea"; hotel accommoda
tions for all.
Acne's Portraits. Columbia bldg. for
men. women, children. Maln-A 163&.
Fine. Bio Swixnino Plunge now
open daily, 25c 167 4th, near Yamhill.
New Kbats BurrxT. 3d and Alder sis.
Da. Majs Cajuwell has returned.
.v.. i. hnrna 107 TClAventh street.
also wants the custody of their
vear- old daughter, Katherlna.
Hose Contracts to Be Recommended.
Contracts lor uu reet oi nre nooe
. AB irqka wprA decided urjoh bv
the Are committee of the Executive
Board at yesterdays meeting at
City Hall. Reoommendatlon will
made to the Doara as ioiiows: a o
Fabric Fire Hose Company, 1000 feet.
1-lncb hose, xi.iu a iooi; .aureus, c no
Hose Manufacturing Company, 2000 feet
lU.lnnh hAca At 11.10 a fOOtl NOtt-
Joslyn Company, 600 feet itt-inch hose,
at 80 cents a foot; Pacific States Rub-
Ker Cnrnnnnv. 600 feet 24 -Inch hOSC. at
88 cents a foot; Eureka Fire Hose Com
rTv 4Sn feet lVt-lnch hose, at 66
, J Ant- TTenHr Fire Hose Com
pany. 450 feet IK -inch hose, at 67 cents
Negress Held to Grand JuRT. Ada
James, a negress, was given a prelim
inary hearing yesterday before United
States Commissioner utouuu
i ne t,affjnir enntrshand ODlUln
her possession. She Is the proprietress
of a South I'orxiana jougmB o.u
.....HnnahiA . character that it was
; .. .4 V... ,, nnllr rACfintlV and
her room was found flva Jelly glasses
filled with opium. Her testimony w
to the effect mat sne wa u'u
"Jobbed" by some of her enemies and
had no knowledge of how the opium
. v. in . nnKatnn- She
csms iw - - - -
was bound over, without bail, to await
the action of the next t eoerai grsuu
CLCBHOUSEI CORNERSTONE TO BE LAID.
Arrangements are being completed
1 V. . .npnaKinnN fit the ClubhOUSO
of the Rose City (Jiuo, on gruunu e.i
the corner or sanay douiuvbiu
. i 1 .ti.n. anm time TlfiXt Week.
h.ki. catrav in! v 27. Postmaster
Merrick will nave cnarge oi mo tcio
1 TV.. .nrnratnna will cunittll
e v. ,frif.era nf the club and
. V . " ' -
1.4 .... mamKAi-a i npr, and TT1 P TT1 1) R T S
of the Rose City Improvement League,
history or tne league ani ui
Park, city officials, names of officers of
the Ladles' Auxiliary and Portland
papers. Work has Deen siarioa u m
rv.uu,aiw!n will. Take Testtmott.
To take testimony at San Francisco
T AAlaa Cdf rO ITll.Tlfn Goldfieldl
and El Paso In the caae of the United
States against the Hewett Liana
.. T1 t ,. ITn 1M1 Mtates Liisirici
tjnuj, J -v . " ' w -
Attornev Evans left Portland last
night. The suit involves the forfeiture
of eeveral tnousano acres oi
. . w. i , - .laimoH tn have been
liiuuei miiuo, ......
secured by the defendant company
through irauauient jneu.ua.
Lents to Havb New PosTorncB.
ttt-u ).,, heen started on a brick
building in Lents to be occupied by the
Lents postomce. ine structure wm
face the Foster road, and will be 24x60
feet. It will be equipped especially for
the Postofflce. When completed the
Government will lane e. lease oi ten
years on the building. More room Is
reniilrtvl for Lnts rostuulCB.
s-. ...... Dttmasumie OPPrtRTCD. The
International Ethical Educational bo
ciety passed a resolution at its last
- l - anmontlnir All fontlS Of
capital punishment, and favoring life
Oregon State Tennis championship.
riv l ft A M. and t P. M.
Admission, 60c. Season Tickets, $1.60.'
Special Sale of block wood until
August 1. Holman Fuel Co., 75 Fifth
street. Main 353. A 3363.
HE PREDICTS WARRENT01M
Prominent Shipping Man Enthuse
Over Columbia's Mouth,
ippani ne-itatlon of the Panama
toll question in the halls of Congress,
th dlDlomatlc note from England de
crying the apparent policy of this Na
tion to favor coastwise American vee
,i. ha will nnerate throuKh the
canal and the activity of the railroad
lobby unite in calling vital attention to
the harbor facilities of the Columbia
"They are entirely inadequate, emu
prominent guest at the Hotel Mult-
U iaa. .vaninr "M v connections
rltK the ehinninsr interests of the world
occasioned a visit to Astoria and War-
renton early In the week. 1 pictured
to myself how you people would feel
ten years hence to see the fleets of
the world pass up and down this coast,
absolutely ignoring the Columbia River
and making Puget Sound one of their
Important terminals. I do not blame
the people of Portland so much, for
the adequate Improvement of your river.
hiMi I understand, would Involve tne
expenditure of many millions.
"I am satisfied that tne ranroaas win
take the Initiative. From what I
1 A h.lnir enri In 1T1V talks With
prominent railroad officials. I am sat
isfied that the shipping port for this
magnificent empire will be located at
This gentleman left Portland last
evening for Chicago, having assured
himself that there were favorable op
K,nniHia for harbor development in
the lower Columbia region. His be
lief in the future of Warrenton is sin
cere and he expressed himself as be-
. nlaaaaH With the COn-
i n K cft.i i" j t, . - "
d'.tlons which he found there that in
dicated that Immense terminal iacui
tles could be Installed at comparatively
We have for sale the finest new 10
room house in Irvlngton, located on
Thompson street, near 17th. Hardwood
floors throughout All rooms papered.
Two baths, three toilets, two fireplaces,
billiard-room; finished throughout In
mahogany and oak. For price ca.U on
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.
Owners and Builders.
22d and Brasee. E. 3i, C JS22.
I am sacrificing my stock of men's
high-grade suits. Please note: This
is not a fake ale or a failure, but
a genuine clearance to make room In
a limited space for Fall goods. Jimmy
Dunn, room $15 Oregonian building.
W have for sale a. fine 50xl00-foot
lot on Senate street, near 39th. for $675;
free from incumbrance.
. F. E. BOWMAN & CO.
22d and Brazee. E. iZS. C Till.
SUITS W0RTHS25 FOR $9.85
Mid-Summer clearance sale at the
Brownsville Woolen Mill stores now.
Suits formerly selling for $12.60, $15.
$13, $20 and $25 reduced to $9.85.
Tidelaud Appeal TJrged.
SALEM, Or.. July 18. (Special.)
The wealth of the coun
try is based on real es
Property in a growing
city can never be per
manently depressed in
Many who would loan
money on real estate
are' uninformed regard
ing values and methods.
"We have for sale first
lien mortgages loang
made on conservative
valuations and passed
on by men of wide' ex
net the purchaser
7 Per Cent
Company of Oregon
1 hird and Oak Streets
The executive offices today reoelved
copies of resolutions passed by the Port
of Newport, urging that the Corvallis
at Eastern tldeland cases be appealed
to the United States Supreme Court and
that the best possible counsel be em
ployed to assist the Attorney-General.
PROGRESSIVES TO MEET
CALLS SEXT TO AXL PARTS OF
STATE SESSION JULY 25.
Meeting Called to Complete Organ
ization In Oregon and Pre
pare for Campaign.
From the headquarters of the Na
tlonal Progressive Club of Oregon In
the Healy building, corner Grand av
enue and East Morrii.on street, the
mail ic carrying dally hundreds of calls
tor the convention of the "National
Progressives," to meet in the auditor
ium of the EaBt Portland Branoh Li
brary, next Thursday, July 25. at 10
The call sets forth that the meeting
s called for the purpose of completing
the state organisation, planning the
work for the coming campaign and se
lecting five delegates to represent Ore
gon in the National Progressive con
vention, to be held at Chicago, August
5, 1912. The call says In closing:
we would like a representative or
number of representatives from your
county and section of the state at this
Portland mass meeting July 25.
"Win you not take the matter ud
with the Progressives of all parties in
your county and locality, and have one
or more representatives present to
The call Is signed by Daniel Kella-
her, president; L. M. Lepper, secretary;
and the executive committee F. W.
Mulkey, George W. Joseph, J. T. Wil
son, V. Vincent Jones and Sanfleld Mac-Donald.
The letters are being sent by thou
sands all over the state. Secretary Lep
per Is exceedingly busy preparing for
this mess meeting. He said yesterday
that responses are coming in from all
sources and that the Indications are
that delegates from all portions of Ore
gon will attend. Senator . Kellaher.
president of the club, yesterdav said
the Indications were that the attend
ance of delegates would be such that a
more commodious hall would have to
be secured for the mass meeting. The
committee on arrangements has tenta
tively engaged another hall on the East
Side with a capacity of 1500.
Insane Veterans Escape.
SALEM. Or., July 18. CSrjeclaI.1 J.
E. Barnes and EUhu M. Clark, both old
soldiers, escaped from the asylum last
night, where they had been Inmates for
"This is the First Genuine Sacrifice Sale of High Grade Shoes Ever Held in
Portland by Knights." , .
Ainr -ha Envs? "Prtrtlnnrl will be shaken from stem to stern by our Stampede
Q O Shoe Sale. We have been giving the Best Shoe Service in Portland for lo years,
via'! V?. -i v i J cJT Cnli CttrfAa f1fvminT ns if rlnps with
pwvt - ana. never uciure xieiu a oawmtc umd vj. .
the real hot weather, this Stampede Shoe Sale will throng our store every hour of the sale. It will
rive a Splendid Opportunity to secure the Best Makes of shoes in America at Ridiculously Low
Irices. This sale will be remarkable for its triune features: its Class, its Dignity and its Merits.
And Knight Is Right.
SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK
OUR WINDOWS FORETELL THE BIG STAMPEDE
The mere announcement of a sacrifice sale at Knights will create a stampede of feet to this popular
shoe store. Note the following Real Reductions on such makes as Stacy Adams, McDonald & Kiley,
Wichert & Gardner, Sorosis, Walk-Over, Etc. ' , .
MEN'S (Oxfords and Pumps) WOMEN'S
Regular $4, $4.50 and $5; stampede price $3.20 Regular $3.50 and $4; Stampede price. .$2.85
SEE f? l!S'i&:":::k . Rr $4, $5 and $6; Stampede price. .?3.45
MEN AND WOMEN
500 Pairs Men's and Women's (250 Pairs Each)
OXFORDS AND PUMPS
$3.50 to $5.00 Regular Values - STAMPEDE PRICE $1
FOR CASH ONLY, NO GOODS EXCHANGED
These are splendid values at regular prices. Come take your choice and fit
yourselves. In patent calf and tan leather. All sizes and widths.
You can shoe the -whole family of Five for $5 at this Stampede Sale.
Don't miss the greatest Shoe Opportunity in Portland's shoe history. j
J. H. J.
several years. Both ot the men had
the Drivllege of the grounds
(or a Ion g-time. They are oonsldered
harmless. Barnes Is from Umatilla
County and Clark from Union County.
IS A JOYF0REVER.
rr. hoautiful new Annex' Hotel,
Twelfth and Washington streets. Is the
hm,. fr thnoo who aDDreclate comfort
and high grade rooms at lowest rates.
See for yourself.
THERE IS NO DISPUTE.
A tr-nnA hnmA UlCA A. STOOA hamB. IS
more desirable than wealth. There Is
no home in Portland more oomfortable
that the Bowers Hotel. Superior grill.
PENNEY BROS.' FRIDAY SPECIAL.
we oner our 92 winee a Bwi
11.60 wlneaat 7Be a gallon; Straight
Kentucky Whisky, seven years old,
regular 14.50 at l.B0 a gallon; Ken-
lUCKy wniflKy, regular ta.ou, 0.1. .uv c
gallon; 13 grade Whisky, 2.10 a gallon.
Friday only. 379 E. Morrison st. Phones
East 287. B 2426.
CARD OF THANKS,
Through this medium we wish to
thantr tha rrlendM who SO kindly as
sisted and sent floral offerings at the
funeral or our Deiovea moiaer.
MRS. A. B. WHEELDON-HORN.
What Are You Eating
These Hot Days?
Let us plan your daily culinary needs. Our new REFRIGER
ATOR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT is SANITARY, AP
PETIZING and TEMPTING. ALL kinds of cooked Meats,
Condiments and Cheese. Please pay this department a visit,
or PHONE US YOUR ORDER.
L. MAYER & CO.
Portland's Oldest and Best Grocers.
148 Third Street A 4432, Main 9432
WEEK-END SAVINGS ON REGULAR STOCKED GRO
CERIES. Italian Olive OiL "Superfine," ia Gal., reg. $1.75, $1.50
Boneless Sardines, regular 20c each, 3 cans for 50
Pin Money Pickles, pints, quarts and gallon jars,
a jar 35 70tf and $1.10
Snider 's Catsup, regular 25c, per bottle 20
Millar's Chili Sauce, "Unexcelled," regular 25c and
40c bottle y2 Pints 20, Pints 35
Pure de fois Gras, truffled, regular 35c, tin 25
C. & C. Ginger Ale and Sarsaparilla, doz $1.75
Hires' Root Beer, pints doz $1.25, 2 doz. $2.25
Raspberry Shrub, pints and Va pints 35? and 50
PALATE TICKLERS IN OUR DELICATESSEN DEP'T.
Baked Ham, Cooked in Wine, Boiled Tongue, Pickled
Meat, Palatable and Tempting; Smoked Salmon, Sugar
Cured, Imported Salami, German Cervalate, Italian Anti
pastos, Pate de fois Gras, Sardellen Ringe, Cheese of all
kinds and fresh stock, Roll Mopse, Bismark Herring, Mari
nette Herring, VIRGINIA HAMS, Boiled Prager Shinken.
COFFEE AND TEA DEPARTMENT.
We are beyond competition on Coffee. . Our blend of 7-year-old
Java and Costa Rica Coffee, at 45c per lb. ; twice
as good as you pay 50c elsewhere. All teas bought here
are original packages. How about some ICE TEA today?
New Accounts Solicited.
CANDIDATES CANNOT ACT
Central Committee Must Do All,
Under Minnesota Ruling.
ST. PAUU July 18. Candidates for
office, under the Minnesota corrupt
practice law, Juat passed, cannot even
diotate political letters to their sten
ographers unless they first make ar
rangements for campaign committees,
acoordlng to a ruling made here by
Attorney-General Smith, in response to
an Inquiry from James A. Hall. County
Attorney at Marshall. This construction
of the new act seems absurd, the Attorney-General
admitted, but is Justi
fiable by lta text.
In answering Hall's query the Attorney-General
points out there Is no
provision In the new law permitting a
candidate to buy stationery, employ
clerks, pay for headquarters, pay for
lithographs or for the writing, ad
dressing and mailing of campaign lit
erature. On the other hand, campaign
committees are authorised to do all
these things. .
GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
288-290-292 STARK STREET
i - .
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Recognized Headquarter ,
Beat'Tbings to Eat.
TURKISH COFFEE 45c
The Zenith of Quality."
HOT WEATHER FARE
serve your energy In this warm
weather by patronizing OUR DELI
Every morning we prepare a fresh
supply and great variety of dainty
things for cold lunches and dinners.
Friday and Saturday we will have.:
SHRIMP SALAD, POUND 30t
POTATO SALAD, POUND 20t
CHICKEN SALAD, POUND 40
CRAB SALAD, POUND 304
SMOKED TONGUE, POUND 50t
BAKED HAM, POUND 50d
BOILED HAM, POUND 40t
JELLIED PIGS' FEET, POUND..30
Jellied CALVES' TONGUE, lb 50i
VEAL LOAF. MINCED HAM.
And a great variety of other good
Ton will want something cold to drink. We can supply anything you want.
Apolllnarls, quarts, per doz S2.50
Apolllnarls, pints, per doz 81,75
Vichy, genuine French, dos.83.50
Shasta Ginger Ale, doz 90
Cochran & Co.'s Ginger Ale. ..81.65
Grape Juice, Golden Catawba,
quarts 65e; dozen .-. 86.0O
Grape. Juloe, Golden Catawba,
pints 35d: dozen 83.25
SchweDDe's Club Soda 81. T5
Cider, large bottles, each 35? :
Pine Apple Juice, each 25;
Beer, all the local brewers'
quarts, dozen 81.75; pints.. 81. OO
Zlnfandel, gallon 81. OO
Full-bodied Old Riesling, fine
California, gallon 81.00
388, S9e 393 STARK STREET (Near Fifth), PORTLAND, OREGON
Sol Due Hot Springs Hotel
The Carlsbad of America
In the Heart of the
Season IsNow On
SOL DUO HOT SPRINGS,
altitude 1760 feet, offers
superior advantages to the
vacationist. In this moun
tain paradise you get the
benefits of the matchless
hot mineral waters, while
you may enjoy all the de
lights of a thoroughly
Fishing, mountain climb
ing and all kinds of sports.
Ponies, burros, trained
guides, etc., for climbing
parties over numerous
Boats leave the Colman
Dock. Seattle, daily at
A. M. Daylight trip.
For descriptive literature,
address Dr. Wm. W. Earles,
Medical Superintendent, Sol
Peck-Judah free Informa
Lowest Fares East
FROM ALL POINTS IN THB PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Atlantle City, N. J..
Detroit. . .........
Philadelphia. . flOSJSO
Rochester, N. Y... .......... . S6JI0
St. Lonla 70.00
St. Paul 60.00
Slonx City, la.............. 60.00
Waehlngrton. ............ 107.00
Winnipeg-, Man. 00.00
. . . . 01.50
.... 82 .SO
New Toric. . 10SM
AND MANY OTHER POINTS THROUGHOUT THB EAST
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE
' July 20. 22, 23, 26, 29, 20, 21.
August 1, 2. 2, 6, 7, 12, 15, 16, 22,. 23, 2, 30. 31.
September . S, 6. T, 8. 11. 12. SO.
All tickets good for return until Ootober 31, 1912.
Liberal stopover privileges and choice of diverse routes are offered
Return may be made through California at slightly higher fares.
For additional Information regarding fares,
routes, sleeping car reservations, train serv
ioe. call on or address
E. K. GARRISON
District Freight and Pass. Agent.
J. O. THOMAS, Paaaenser Agent
Railway Exehanse Bids. 3d and Stark
"The New Steel Trail" THE NEW LINE IS THE SHORT LINE
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up .
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure. Evrr
modern convenience. Moderate rates.
Center of theater and retail district.
On carllnes transferrin all over city.
Electric omnibus meets trains and
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Is Crowing- Smaller Every Day.
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SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
Genuine mutbeu Signature
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Hif b-Grade Commercial and Elect rte
East Seventh and East Everest .'jtreeta. ,
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tO BEN F.6REENE. PRESIDENT
3451 STARK STREET