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TTTT3 MORNING ' OREGOXIAX. FRIDAY, JULY' 1G. 1915
OF SHRINERS OVER
Nobles Fold Tents and Move
Toward South, Resting
at Portland Oasis.
SFECIAL CARAVANS LEAVE
James E. Chandler Defeats Candi
date ot Al Kader Temple for
Outer Guard Buffalo Chosen
for Next Gathering.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 13. The .No
lies of the Mystic Shrine, having com
pleted the business of the imperial
council, began tonight to fold their
tents like the Arabs, but not to steal
away silently. Instead, the caravans
departed with bands playing and ban
ners flying. -U the uniformed pa
trols and bands will visit the Panama
Pacific Exposition, and many will go
on to the San Diego fair. Some will go
south by train, some by steamer.
A number of the temples which have
rot already visited Portland will stop
there on their journey to California.
The non-uniformed Shriners will scat
ter and find their way home by all
manner of routes.
Among the temples which departed
tonight were: Rajah, of . Reading. Pa.:
Orak, of Hammond, Ind.; El Mina, of
Galveston, Tex.; Ben Hur. of Austin,
Tex.; Al Cazar. of Montgomery. Ala.;
Midian. of Wichita, Kan.; Alee, of Sa
vannah. Ga.; Abou Ben Adhem, of
Springfield, Mo.: Yaarab, of Atlanta,
Ga.; India of Oklahoma City, Okla.;
Oriental, of Troy, N. Y.; Al Malaikah,
of Los Angeles; Mecca, of New York;
Al Koran, of Cleveland, and Moolah, of
Atlanta Temple Hai Own Traill.
Yaarab Temple, of Atlanta, went
away in the complete train, manned en
tirely by Shriners, which brought the
delegation to Seattle. India Temple,
of Oklahoma City, also left in Its spe
cial train. Many of the other nobles
travel in private cars.
All the seats on the Imperial divan
were filled by promotion except that
I of Imperial outer guard, for which
nine contestants strove, this office
being the gateway that leads In 11
years to the throne of potentate.
James E. Chandler, of Kansas City,
triumphed, but George Filmer. of San
Francisco, and W. C. Bristol, of Port
land. Or., made such a good showing
that one of them is likely to be elected
guard at next year's convention which
will be held in Buffalo, probably in
September. Buffalo had no real opposi
tion for the honor of entertaining the
Kobles next year.
Mr. Bristol Among Leader.
On the first ballot Mr. Chandler led
by 13 votes, George Filmer, of Islam
Temple, San Francisco, was second, and
w. C. Bristol, of Al Kader Temple,
Portland. Or., third. There were sii
other candidates. On the second ballot
Mr. Chandler had a lead of 70 votes,
and all the other candidates withdrew.
On motion of Mr. Bristol, Mr. Chandler's
election was made unanimous.
The Imperial council chose these
members from the Imperial divan, the
election being a mere formality, lm
perial Potentate Frederick R. Smith,
of Rochester, N. Y.. retiring, and the
officers under him being promoted
each one step: ,
Imperial potentate, J. Putnam -Ste-vens,
Portland, Me.; Imperial deputy
potentate. Henry F. Niedringhaus, Jr.,
St. Louis; imperial chief rabban. Charles
E. Ovenshine, Minneapolis; Imperial as
sistant rabban. Elias J. Jacoby, Indian
apolis; imperial high priest and prophet,
W. Freeland Kendrick, Philadelphia;
treasurer, William S. Brown, Pittsburg;
recorder, Benjamin W. Rowell. Boston;
Imperial oriental guide. Ellis L. Gar
retson, Tacoma; imperial first ceremo
nial master, Ernest A. Cutts, Savannah;
imperial second ceremonial master.
James S. McCandless, Honolulu; impe
rial marshal, John T. Jones, Oklahoma
City; imperial captain of the guards,
Conrad V. Dykeman, Brooklyn, and
James E. Chandler, of Kansas City, Im
perial outer guard.
Picnic and Concerts Held.
The feature of today outdoors was
the huge picnic of the bands and pa
trols in Woodland Park. Luncheon was
served to 6000 Shriners. The weather
was perfect. Thirty-minute concerts
were given In the park by the bands of
Murat Temple, Indianapolis; Ararat
Temple, Kansas City; Moslem Temple,
Detroit; Islam Temple, San Francisco;
Lulu Temple. Philadelphia; Yaarab
Temple, Atlanta, Ga., and Aladdin Tem
ple, Columbus, O.
During the prize drills In the park
BOO musicians were massed. Each pa
trol was greeted by its own band. The
patrols of Lulu Temple, Philadelphia;
Aloha Temple, Honolulu, and Moslem
Temple, Detroit, won tremendous ap
plause for their maneuvers.
The feature tonight was the water
carnival on Lake Washington. Shriners
were carried about the lake In small
steamers. Dwellers along the shore
greeted the visitors with illuminations
In the city, Hella Temple band of
iex., gave a concert in Pioneer
place, and Moslem Temple band De
troit, played in City Hall Park
JERSEY CLUB PICNIC SET
Tolk County Organization to Have
Meeting and Outing July 2 2.
RICKREALL Or.. Julv 15. Sn.
eial.) Members of the Polk County
"J -i"c uuo win noid a picnic
mm uafxci ainner at the farm of W.
O. Morrow, one mile east of this' place'
on Thursday. July 22. and aftr view
ing Mr. Morrow's Jerseys, will inspect
the C. N. McArthur herd. Members of
the Oregon Jersey Cattle Club and the
general public are invited to attend.
The Polk County Jersey Cattle Club
will hold a short business meeting at
Mr. Morrow's place to discuss next
year's consignment sale.
f Polk County is entitled to the dis
.tinction of having within Its borders
more register of merit Jerseys than
any other county in the United States.
BIT OF LAND DENIED ROAD
Base Line Property Owner Threat
ens to Fight Encroachments.
GRESHAM, Or., July IS. (Special.)
. R. H. Thompson, who lives on the Base
Line road, has notified the County
'Commissioners that he will forcibly re
' ist any Incroachments on his land
. caused by the hard-surfac!-g of that
road. There has been a crew of men
at work for several days past reducing
the grade on the Baker hill and making
a graae at me root or me mil.
The property which is the cause of
the contention is at the foot of the hill
: and lies below the level of the road and
the fill threatens to extend a few feet
pa Mr. Thompson's property. i
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Inaj Shrlnrrai I,. U. Clarke, I'ant l"o trnlatc Al Kader Temple, and V. R. Klnmrr. Member. Unrr, left J. f. lib.
brttn, Aleppo Iemple, of Boaton.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. July 15. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Frances CI. Levy, widow
of Henry Levy, one of founders of Levy
Bros., died early this morning after
an operation Monday.
The Rotary Club today save a com
plimentary luncheon to Louis K. Webb,
local manager of the Cumberland Tele
phone Company, ex-prestdent of the
Unfair competition and fraudulent
methods are laid to the Sun-Lite Gas
Company of Louisville, in a suit filed
today by the Prest-O-Lite Company,
automobile gas tank manufacturers of
New York. ,
Herman Steinhilber, manager of the
Louisville Old Inn Hotel, today denied
rumors that the late Robert Bobseen.
for ten years at the .hotel, was short
in his accounts.
A complaint that the Insull interur
ban lines delay handling freight from
Louisville to New Albany, routing it
by way of Sellersburg, was made to
the Commercial Club.
A special committee of the Com
mercial Club has been named to draft a
bill designating the duties of the Coun
ty Commission to succeed the fiscal
court in 1917.
The Market-Street Improvement As
sociation was incorporated today for
t.'ouu. witn Arnold Levy president
r-itcner Hocn. formerly with the
Browns, Joined the Colonels on the road
at St. Louis today.
BOSTON. Mass.. July IS. (Siecial.)
Monday. August 2, will be Aleppo
Temple day at Fenway Park. Three
thousand Shriners will - be guests of
President Lannln, of the Red Sox. when
his team plays Detroit. Ty Cobb and
iris speaKer are snrlners.
Captain Fitzroy Grover, of the
Chelsea police, was killed by a train
The United States is to buy from
John Hays Hammond. Jr.. his secret
invention for controlling torpedoes by
Captain Henry A. Murray. Jr.. of
New York, who was captain of the
Harvard crew, is engaged, to Miss Jo
sephine L. Rantoul. of Boston.
Mrs. Kmma Hamilton, wife of Bishop
Hamilton, of the Massachusetts Metho
dist Episcopal diocese, was buried to
day. Hall has ruined the tobacco crop and
onions in the Connecticut Valley.
Gil Gallant is matched to fight Matty
Baldwin next Tuesday.
The grave of Jeremy Gridley. grand
master ui .siasuna ot onn America In
1755, is to be marked. For 139 years
it has been unmarked in old Granary
burying ground. He was the father of
Mayor Curley. who Is In Los Art
geles. Is -criticised or . baring . the city
GREET VISITORS TODAY AND SOME
WERE HERE YESTERDAY.
Lantr, lllthl K. L. C'ralcbfleld and Mra.
pay 1500 for photographs he save to
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.. July 15.
(Special.) Knthuseu oy the news from
Seattle that their contentions for re
taining Alhambra Temple, the second
oldest in the bouth, at this place. Chat
tanooga Shriners today got busy on
plans for a ten-story building to be
erected in Chattanooga this Fall, war
or no war. The skyscraper will pri
marily be the home of a life insurance
Payment of fees to the engineer who;
designed the bifr bridge being built
over the Tennessee River here is to be
held up. it is reported tonight, be
cause of the discovery that the bridge
is to cost $700,000, or 40 per cent more
than the engineer's estimates. Hamil
ton County already has spent between
$300,000 and $400,000 for the bridge.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 15. (Special.)
Labor leaders plan active opposition
to the reappointment of State Labor
Commissioner Fitzpatrick. producing an
affidavit made by Kdgar G. Bailey, a
union cab driver, convicted of murder
in a Kansas City strike, that he paid
Fitzpatrick $700 for his influence and
work toward obtaining a pardon from
a life sentence in the penitentiary. Bai
ley was pardoned recently after serv
ing 10 years.
A verdict of accident was returned
by a coroner's Jury which Investigated
the death of Charles V. Bright, a pub
lisher, who was run down and killed
Tuesday night at Kings Highway and
Washington by an automobile driven
by Miss Theodora Thatcher, 22 years
old. ot 5185 Linden boulevard, daugh
ter of a mining engineer. The Thatcher
car. In 1912. ran down and killed a boy.
The reorganizers of the Glen Echo
Country Club hAve issued a list of
eligible members for the new club and
have "frozen out" 135 members who
are prominent in business circles. The
dislike of wives of some members for
women folks of others is one reason for
paring the list.
The Governor has Indicated he will
not interfere in the case of William
Sprouse. who Is to be hanged at Clay
ton tomorrow tor wire murder.
WICHITA. Kan, July 15. (Special.)
The Boston Store la to remain In the
hands of YYallenstein & Cohen, and Its
reorganization Is announced. The cap
ital stock is to be increased 90.UU0.
Scores of prominent Masons have ta
ken stock. Charles Cohen remains pre
Went. Henry YYallenstein. one of the
most prominent Masons In Kansas is
vice-president. Allen Htnkle. of Terra
Haute, has been made general ma na
ger of the store.
The City Commission has passed. An
OF RETURNING NOBLES WHO I
Crutrhfleld. of Area 'lemple, Rlch-
ordinance regulatlnar Jitneys which
will impoee high license fet-a and keep
them off streets used by trolley lines.
There was a gas explosion at Leon
Wreck's cafe.. It blew Frank Allen, a
boy through the side of a house.
Tip O'Neill, president of the West
ern League, says that Wichita has
waved the life of the league this year
by turning out to the games.
Charles Spice. Kingfisher. Ok1a won
two state championship cups at tennis
WASHINGTON. July 15. (Special.)
Mrs. Irene H. Milstead. 36 years old.
is under arrest charged with the mur
der early this morning ul her husband.
Robert Milstead, at the residence, 211
K street Southeast. The body was
found by Policemen Smith and Har-
baugh, of the Fifth Precinct, who were
standing at the corner of Thirteenth
and E streets Southeast when they
heard the shot. Mrs. Milstead is said
to have admitted the shooting of her
"My no-account husband came home
and was abusing me again and I shot
him. she Is said to have told the
The announcement of Secretary Gar
rison, that Colonel W. W. Harts. Corps
of Engineers would remain In Wash
ington aa superintendent of public
buildings and grounds, created con
siderable Interest here today.
Secretary Garrison ruled that the so
called Mitchu law retaliating details
of the officers was not applicable to
Colonel Harts, inasmuch as he is an
officer of a staff department. Presi
dent Wilson has requested that Colo
nel Harts be retained In his position
unless it was contrary to law.
PITTSBURG, Pa.. July 15. (Special.
His mother's love his only path to
freedom. Harry K. Thaw Is expected to
arrive home here tomorrow night If
Justice Hondrlck. of New York, rati
fies the jury's decision that Thaw la
satte and allows him to go free. The
Thaw mansion has been overhauled for
Harry's reception home.
United States Senator Boise Penrose,
in an interview today at the Fort Pitt
Hotel, declared. "Klihu Root is the
strongest Presidential possibility now
before the public In the sense that he
is the man most talked of as Republi
Judd Bruff. ex-Sheriff, has announced
his retirement from the field for Reg
ister of Wills In favor of H. J. Hi
Grsth. the choice of union labor.
The Masonic veterans of Western
Pennsylvania will go to Conneaut Lake
tomorrow for their annual picnic.
Ground was broken today for the
- Neelc tir tVL l-.uol through
tUO EQUUX 11 ills.
ABSTRACTS AM) TITLES.
PKOUPT oERVKH at lUKEtbli prlcaa.
tactile Titl A 1rui Co.. 1 tn. ot Com.
ACCOKblON, knir and box ploau&s. plcot.
Inc. hniUtcnms. braiaiDf. moruidruis.
KleruNi! Uy Co.. &S tilh t-
K. blEFHAX llmslltrbln( and caUoplnc.
accord, midrn pli. outioa cuvann, aKa
ponsod; mall orucn. Aidor. M.
Mall ordera promptly atta naad to.
" AKt HITtCTS.
BL'NUALvw plan book 10c; p.aoa li. A. H.
atr. aoo Ainortn av.
AaSAVtKi AM) .NALVrn.
Montana a.sav ornct Hi o. uo.s
biIvkt ,and plallnum bought.
ATTO B.NU a-AT- LA W.
1. 6ILKORU KELSON. UWVluH, 18 PIT
TUCK 11.K. fHuXE bROAUVS'AY
"carpet wka vers.
NORTH WEST kC'V (.O. Hutl Irom old car
pata. ras ru. ls aV a la. bout pnonaa.
CElLtLUlU BLTTOXa. B. IX. KS.
Tilt: lHWIN-lioUaO.S COMPANX,
ST Sahlnst"n il Main Slant A I'M.
Wllilam. Eatalla and William. Jr.. Darany.
lha only aciantlllc cblropdiata lu tba city.
I'arlora ivl 0rlir,r bids.. VV. coraar
Id and Aldfr. Pbuna Mam laOt.
ClIlHuFUUt and pedicuring. Mra. 11. U.
HUL Offlca Hilnr blus- Main 3 IS.
DK. M'MAHON. aib aar. Chronic caa
taklns time. SI traatmantA. tia. lal 4tb at.
UK. Pol'LbON, apaclalut In paralyala, narv-
oua. cbronlc dlaaaaea. SOO pillock, block.
CLEANING AND rRS8INU.
lKEb bL' ITS for rent. V pr OD ull
uch meek for tl.00 a month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
800 Stark bU Ath and tftn, Malo 51-
AITO ASiD Bl'UGX TOPS.
DVBRUIULli BIGOT TOP CO.. SOP ad at.
BAGGAGE IHlCktD AT HOME.
Bag face A Omnlbua Tranatar, Park A DaTU.
Roral Bakery A Cont.. Inc. 11th A geerati.
HENRY WtlNHARU. IStb and mirnaiaa.
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. FVRNISHINGf.
FLEISCHXEK. MAYtB A CO.. 01 Aab at
Etubba Electrical Co.. Bin and flna eta.
Albrrs Prol. Milling Co., Front and MtnhH.
11. M. HOUStR. Board of Trada ild.
CO. S7-Ti Koarth at.
8IG BAND OAKS HI!
First Regimental Band of Wis
consin Heard Here.
STUDENTS TO PLAY 5 DAYS
Sixty.Picce Musical Organization
From Madison University Is Sur
prise to Crowd Collegians
Are Star Parade Kcamre.
More than 60 college students from the
University of Wisconsin slipped Into
Portland yesterday. As the First Regi
mental Band of the Badger State Col
lege they were engaged to play at The
Some there were who expected an
ordinary student organization; some
counted on talent in spots, but It was
a general cause for surprise that the
band played with a verve, finish and
dash that has not been surpassed, and
but rarely equalled, by any professional
band here In years.
Ilaad Makes lilt at Sarlae.
People began asking questions In
Seattle when the military-looking chap,
scored a bigger hit than any of the
bands In the tshrine parade. Two thou
sand people at The Oaks yesterday aft
ernoon asked more questions.
The answer simply is tbat practically
every man In the band is a profes
sional musician, working his may
through college. The band has re
hearsed twice weekly for months and
every member, with few exceptions,
holds a regular band or cafe position
The Wisconsin Ftate Society held a
picnic at The Oaks in honor ot the
young bandsmen, but it needed no state
loyalty to appreciate thoroughly their
Cellege Soma; Attracts.
Such numbers as "Polish Psnce"
(Scharwenka) and "Orpheus" tOffen
bach) were sufficient to aaow the qual
ity anil Instrumentation of the band,
but it cannot be denied the audience
was especially rapturous over the more
popular selections, such as Sullivan's
"Mikad-." The rollicking airs of the
old opera, and later the resounding
choruses of the college song, "On Wis-
Major Charles A. Maaa. Caa- T
a art la a Klrat Rrglatratal Baa a. a
eff H laraaala, at lac Oak. a.
' as both played and sung by tha
nin boys, proved a tremendous
Y I. .ons
The First Regimental Band is com
manded and conducted by Major
Charles A. Mann. It has recetd spe
cial honors from the Governor of Wis
consln. It Is on tne last leg of a trip
to tha expositions, at both, of which
it has been given lengthy engagements.
The First Regimental Rand will b
heard every afternoon and night until
and Including next Monday.
The band will be entertained at the
Y. M. C A. today, ueveral of the mu
sicians being active asxwlatlon mem
bers at v.'lconln University. A swim
in the tank this moriWnsT will be one
of the day s events.
Kaln Delaya Athena Ilnrver-t.
ATHENA. Or.. July IS (Special.)
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cota( anywhara. ilitfbeai c.aaa rmi r r
ancaa. TtM Uaidvn MarrantUa Agcno,
4i Hnrj bids. Fboca Marsnall ki.
KtTH ai CO.. Worcaatar bids. Main I'.Jt
No collactlon. no cnarsa. fc.atabiiud lwti.
M ANCH t-bTER Uancinc Acadainy, litx
bu tar k aoa oav ; Bp i bummer rates,
5 privata ituoni, ft-; nturnms, al iru mh,
cvcntDC all iataat dancci uar.aird. Clttt
Thur tat. avn.nta, ?-.u. ctnidrvu
c tuu bat it lo a, 2&C abroad ay
MiC AND VHS, HLATH S SCHOOL. n
dally; all danct auarantccd. Aluav o.oc,
11 and Morrtton it. Com today. M. M'ls.
UET ACTIVE AGLNCUeii.
FI.NKl.RTON A CO.. U.S Ufc." tCTlVK AiiCY.
suatabUsOad or 40 yvarm.
SCIENll'iC liTiCTlViv WORK.
Investigation and rvporis tutu on lnoi-
iduais any btft. Consultation fre. bait
Fmixt btock. hom broaay t .
EYE. EAR. NOMC AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; (lasses titled. lr.
K. k caasaday. i17 Utkuia blu4H 4 a Wa,
MAT CLEAMSiTaSU BUK KJNti.
PANAMAS blocked and bleached, 70c ; strss
at feita. OOc. Kaufman a. " nr. -i..
DAVID M. DUNNE, kq'I insurance; f;re.
Miarine. auto. ana tuaio. cl um.
MllO oubUshed. arranxed printea. popu
larlaed. V era ratlin o meiou ics. nu
manuscripts. Lctta Music l-'ub.iu.inf v.ul,
Emll T Me i bom. violin teach-ir: pupil Savclk
2mT Kiie-lner bldg. A 41tk. Marsnall lu.'W.
HASTY MKSSlvNGER CO. alotorcycuca rn.ua.
bicycle, i'hon Main A -U..
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
MATS AND CAPS.
THANHAlStK HAI CO., Front tt.
HIDES, WOOL. tAM'ABA
KAH.N BROS.. iy From at.
Sl'N'EFr BKud 1. WoCctoIER PLDV3.
Main 881. t'honca. A Ilia.
PAClr lC IRON vvuRKSL
STRUCTURAL. tTEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SCPPLIKH.
CHAS. L. MAST1CK at CO.. I'ro&t- latn.r
of av.ry d..crlpllon; tapa. mfg. finainga.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Nackacar Mfg. Co.. Jig at.
BRADSHAW Bhui. Morrlaon and Tth at.
days harvesting- has not yet started.
The whe,t is ripe and as soon as the
damp weather has passed the harvest
will begin on a large scale. The rain
has made It impossible for 'armers to
put up the wheat hay that haa been
in the shock for some time.
DAILY C1TY STATISTICS
M AOL' I RE -BATMAN James F. Maltulr.
21. -71 HMaay atrc.t. and tram Batman.
30 Whear atret.
ESTES-THOMAS Ertlril Mrle Et. id.
Vancouver. Waati.. and Carri. Lrn Thorn
aa. :w. i."3v, Lilt Ankrny street.
OET7.EN-T A Y LOR Ernest A. Oetien. 3.
3 ft " Eaat Burn.ld. atreet. and Mars. ret !.
Taylo.-, 1:7, Jaeger Apartments.
CRAVEN-CAMPBELL Bird Lea Craven,
ta em. Or., and Lora Campbell, 24.
WELTT To Mr. and Mra. Charles O.
Welly. 375 Kst Llshltl atreet North, July
12. a (laughter.
Wright To Mr. and Mra. Wir.l.ra Wright.
ei'l Kif ty-clghlh avenua Southeast. July 3.
KITCHI.N1 To Mr. and Mra. Char'.ea K.
Klichliig. 7111 Koater Itoad. July 1. a daugh
ter. PILLION To Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A.
BiKlon. 3o Eaat Thirty-tout th street North.
June .4. a daughter.
M'ELKDY To Mr. and Mra. Leroy E. Mc
Elroy. M Kal L.ghth atreet Nurth, June
-7. a daughter.
R1CKSTROM To Mr. and Mra. Martin
TA'lekat rom, 11 tirover atreet. July e. a
UELLERMAN To Mr. and Mra. Bernard
E. OeUerraan. too Going street. June oil, a
NXiBERT To Mr. and Mra. Verne D.
Scobert. Eugene. Or.. J una 17. a aon.
RUPP To Mr. and Mra. Johann Hupp. 00
Mor.roe atreet. Juna 15. a daughter.
SMITH Ta Mr. and Mra. Ohar:ea M.
Fmlth. o- Kaat Eighth atreet North. Juna
b. a daughter.
HOKENSIKIX To Mr. and Mra. JNeeph
Horenateln. Crant atreet. Juna 20, a
MADSEN To Mr. and Vra. C. F. Madaen.
SvS Nehalem atreet. Juna lu. a aon.
McAFEE To Mr. and Mra. Edward J.
MrAIea. 5J7 bkldmore atreet. Juna a
BLACK EH BY To Mr. and Mra. T. R.
Rlarkerby. oak tirova. Or., Juna li a
IAILY METKOROl.OOICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. July J.I. Maximum tem
perature. 7a degrees; minimum. 57 oegreea.
Klver reading, S A M. t- feet : chant. In
Iat 14 ht.ur. none. Total rainfall i . ! M.
tot 5 P. M.. .t'l inch; total rainfall etnee
iieptember 1. ion. :il.rw inches; normal
rainfall alnca September 1, 44 -1 Inchea;
deficiency of rainfall alnce September 1.
ltl 4. 12. ni inchea. Total aunahlne. 8 hours
n minute.; po.tbla .unahlne. 1 hours l"t
mlnutea. Barometer reducel to aea le'eU.
5 1'. M.. SO Inches.
3 r f
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i 72 O t.it f N'W Pt. cloudy
I M o.fti 4 V' (Clear
I K' ii.oi tt S t'lear
rtiiu.os 4 N 'l't. cloudy
: ll.t o 4 K t lear
1 7-J .ti S W Clear
Ie i Molnea ...
s.i o.l'OM K ft. cloudy
WO.m It MV r"t. ckiudy
I i:xk cioudy
J f.o.tt Itl N "lear
! m ih 16 S iVkar
! . 0 lrt 4 E 'Clou.le
...I 1.' II.IIM.SIV Pt. clc
... i . .".il n s 'clear
...1 710.hi SSW Clear
.... Too.iMi il NtV Clear
Kansas City ..
I.os Anrelea . .
Montrea! . . . .
S4 O.Ofi 1o NW Pt. cloudy
7s .4S 1 SW Kaln
O.tNi . . . . :i-t. cloudy
tn n.rxi s sv clear
SA M.mi 4 SV Cloudy
o. IO 1" S cloulv
North Head ..
7'tti.O"' s NW l't. cloudy
a i o oo in v lear
... lfl.Ol 4 N clear
...I 7s n.on' Y"S"ear
' 7S 0.1' W 'Clear
...! 7SO.OO' n N" 'Clear
Hifl or ss cicar
I mo.roits Tt. cloudy
... so o.no 1.1 Ntv clear
...I tirto.toi lrt 3V V'lear
...( B0.01 lit SW 'ClouelT
1 72 o. Oft HeW li'iemlf
... O.ol' S SW Cloudy
..' t O.M Wl SW Rain
. . .' TsO.pojow cifr
...1 ssn.oo 4 N" 'Rim
...1 Tlo.m'li SB Cloudr
WaHa Walla ..
Y"ei lowet one
Park.' nn0.i'0 1!SV'iir
Portland and vicinity Fair;
Ore iron an4 W phi nut on -eat
rortlon : wmtK m-lnd
Idarv Kair an1 irmr.
tDWAHD A. BEAU, rlatrict Forcaater.
A trou-h-shapd 4prs.nn txtendt from
Brit1ii Columbia omhtiird to 1oa and
thnt aoin bMt ward to Aruona and Nw
Mexico. Th barometer conunur re.atlvvlT
hlh Ion th North Pacific Coat 8ho
ra and thunder Ptnrmi hiv orrurrtsl tn the
Northern isiata frm th pacific ocn et
to and Irrlmllnf th Iika Rejclon and alo
tn -i-a K - o-lf fStat It l rnrr in
TtH I.ATK Tf fUSMIT
Kofi SAI.K or trado, i-pa-n rr car la
rood condition; must b ao;l at once.
rah. not over l.'oi.
Wy v. aat da wwr. I'ooa Woou.aaa
0 1TO M ET RATS AND OrTlClAa.
A ia.it u uiiinpncet. v-. ay
a.y'tA A J l iw tor caasea
W J w I can lit your ea
Uii Iit.t-qu-i.lv leas.
goiu-iiuea . names a luw u al.J? t w
ooudman. v Morr oa. Mail orucn nromnt.
ftd. v ra lor
fartu-u.ais. Main ill.H.
K. C. Wlilotil years' pracuc L.
torci.i yt.vnts. ooi icx uui biujt.
I'UKTUANU WOuU fll'E CO. Factory and
wiiKt iic.r .in i or sta uiio -4".
FAOIKIC STORAGE CO.. Eat 1;.T. Th
otiiy rejii Xircpr-of Lul.a.i., . .r n, no
i4,i or veriu.u. .t ioufiiv ntvtaMry.
alt u wji avcu to v .iuu.e .iti
.v i.Xt m our .t-ast Aiauisoa t.
ALWAYS -r'iCK THE Btsi" House l.o.d
vjo.s t-po-i. ts. aiort.e, i'sckiii;. Mnp
p'Urf au Jk4o;tia. or auiu a us.
-pvii ire. ti t ttci (u .l fumi.
C. J. 1'lClv i CA.NM .K e lUliAC CO..
-Id Jt 1'iuc? fr;.. liiuwty vVt. A-lV.5.
oKtuu.S TiiAN.-Ka.lt CO.. 74 C.in s:
ffflr IStn. icicuju Main atf ur A
W o u ud upii ate id tarce cias "A"
ar-iousee ana icrmiusl u .. 4o est
lnurance raits In city.
iluVl.NO. 1'ACKl.Nu. cH I i'l l.XO, bluRAua,
Keuuced fe.snt rates to a.l j-oiais.
MANNING VVtenou at Transicr Co
slain iUa. ttn and lioyu AlI-14.
kA Li lON-T. buCh. AND WAHbliOi
oil ico. 3-ltauon. uvufiti iuercnvnais
sol :orMrlitc stint, t'r.w:: yaaio . ul.
tltlU.N UV X liOOLA.
li. K. tltKlNAHV l ULLKilli becln fcspt.
1J No prolession oileis eiual vn.riuniiy.
vata.oue tra. C. Krane, iea 116 Mar.
Kt t., mii Krtnoiivo.
GRtitN and diy slabwood. block ood, Fan
ama Kuul Co, Umu iT-'O. A &.
ORNAMENTAL IKON AND WIRE.
Forxland na ae Aion v aa.. .a A co.umbia.
PALN r AND Llllkil AIINU OILS.
W. V ULLEH 1 CO.. Uin anaiJavia.
PAINTS. OIL, AND OUw
RASMlSgLX a; CO.. auu laylor oul
PIPE. PI IE UTTiNO AND VAULb."
M. L. KH.Sfc:. 4-o Kroot c
rLLMUING AND fl t AM &LPPLXES.
M. L. KUNE. trust .c
rKI.MKRS AND PI RL1.H LK.
r. W. BALILi a; CO.. lal and oalc ata.
PRODI CE COMMIlON MERt HANTSi.
RVl.KUlNii A KAHKE1.L, Hu rrouc
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland c'ordaga co.. l.ih and Northrupi.
(.AMI. HOOKS AND t.LASH.
FULLER CO.. 12th and
MOROAK WALL PACER CO,
:.( 3d at.
Ftrn Oregon. Eastern Washington and
The condition are favorable for fa'r
weather In this dlmtrlct Friday with ri:nj
Broadway, at Taylor
Maia I. A lit j
Tonight 8: IS
Mat. Tomorrow 2:15
Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Bernard Shw Romantic Comedy,
Floor $J. $1 ... Hi.. t 7, iVr
iic Tomorrow'! Jdu. (l.ju to Vic
NEXT EYE., JULY 19-20
World's Greatest Peace Play
FAMOUS GREEK DRAMA.
Flnst Acted 41a B C. at Athena
Pr.cea Floor. 11 roa (1 to. T roara tL
Baicuny, ft rowva ic. In rvar fcOc
I MTS NOW MXIJNft. j
MAIL ORDER3 RECEIVED.
l ECU EATIOX PARK
C'faer Vaatska aaal Twraty.foarCi Sts.
JILV 13. 14. 11. !, 17, in,
timmem ttesla Urrkdars at 3 P. M.
ada;a. SOU r. M.
Reserved box seats for sal at Riches
Ciaar Stand. Sixth and Washington Sts.
I lea' !.. Wed. cd.y aaal Krld.y.
Prtlaada Great Aatasrairat I'ark
IREK -l(H.IIAMli:i Si.tO I. M.
A.M UUI f M. TOUAV.
7-rie-e Klrat Hnlawat Baas! at
I nlvrralty mt lacoaaln.
Admlaaloa to Park lftc. Eisrest
farm, lat and Alder. Sc. Lanarhrs,
MurriMB Brldtte. IOC
IIAT1XLE PAUT 230
Jua Quaos Tal (iloae Jaael) tha only Chlneaa
prims LKinna, and a Portland Girl,
'sara Llniim and n:a Jonsia Ulris la
"The New Mtlaury.
llt.K Illti-JlMfc. All-
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
LulILj and buadAjr.
CMtui mA tv ronkeruUvv tloM. ......... So
Ntne U ibre roDm ulit e ittura . . ic
jjaiu ad r Mri rarcuuve ilinr. .m
1 b bo rt appir adertir!ueBta
u a tier ".Nti 1 ia1o ' id all t4rr ilaBMtMa-
Un ritf pi tbr lulloinEx
rU Usml u DlNi Wif.
hiliMlioni mru frrmale,
l-r Krni. Kmm I'rh al Famlllea.
lLori od liouiua ft'fiale t-aniilwa.
huuM-krei'inf ltoom l'nit I anilij-a.
Aiate on tiie li cimsilc4VMtt i 3 caatt
m le m-to mtertiuav.
Ob Hrhare" aiertiemefila rbart will b
hsrd mi liiv aiuiiuer ( lion Bir4iria( in
turn irr. rvfartiir4i of t br ournbrr l m rs
a ravla line. l miutum rUargt, (mo IIbosk,
Tba Orrsonlaa witl am-j't r la.nifU-44 ad
vert ikfnifH l er ti IWv-pisune. prMH
tba Bclteri!- m u. riorr l eiibrr ptooac.
No ik-1 will t HuulH r I he pbanc but
bill will b rena-red tbe follow uis 0m.
nHtrr MttMequrai mJm I lrmrBk w 1U b
Bcwpted er tbe pbuae rtuits apv tbe
if iiHUarii of la aunt of Irtrpbuar adver
lltarmrai. iMtuitoat MmIn1 oatl I'rrtonal
dvertleuipau witl Bl bo .-cwpted oor lb
lelrpboe. Order for tr lBertia ooir m iU
b an-rplrd for -luraiiure lor tml." " ftotM-pt-M
opportan-tken, "hwmnag-ttiium u
laal- to Krat.
Ad -Itlwairnla to nf . prompt rlaaolfl
ratiaa u( ba la Tbo Orraiaa of firo bo
fro o rlat k ml Biarbt. -ac-pt lail unlar.
t total dc bur for tbo uada rfnnltvji will
be .:o oVIork t uro menu 1 bo office;
will !- op until ! o clock P. M.. mm aual,
and nil ait rrce'l oe) too lota for prwpf-r
rtNA(lmlMa will bo ma aaarr tbo braiag
lo l-oio to t lnif .
Trlepboae Main 1.a. A Ma.
AtCTION AU4 1UOAI.
Ford A option Hoooo, 91 lat. Fvraltura.
ewxpeta. ei. bala at 1 P. at.
At WUaon'a Aunioa Ho una, u il A.