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THE SUNDAY OREGjdNlA, POBTLyP, AUGUST 2?,
Blockhouse. Wash.: aire. S. H, Carter, ;
Tcnlnsular. Or.: airs. Oscar Cain. Walla
Walla; J. II. Harcr. "Walla Walla.
At the Tnyltfr House.
J. X. GUI, Mrs. Q. W. Baker, Tyler
"Woodtvard. Mrs. T. Woodward. Mra Will
lara Honevraan, Katherlne Castendleck,
Dana Farnsworth, Mrs. Fred F. Gates.
Miss Edith E. Mair, W- H. Smith. C G.
Royle, William G. Smith, Arthur A Les
ley. Xaomi Lennox, Mrs. F. D. Northrop
and son. Mrs. H. a Miller, Hope Beatrice
Miller, Horace M. Millor, Mr. and Mrs.
George F- Jones. Miss Ethel Jones. Miss
Frances Jones, Mrs. E. B. London, Eliza
beth London, o Portland; Mrs. F- M.
Kauplsch. of Chehalis, Wash.; Mrs. W.
H. Burrage. of Canyon City; Wolcott and
Beckwith HubbelL o Ellensburg. Wash.;
Miss Laura L. Larsen, Astoria; Mr. and
Mrs. L F. Wortman. Ashland. 2s eb.; Mary
A. Cameron, Mapleton, la.; Frank Mene--fee.
The Dalles, Or.; Mrs. A- McKenzle,.
Edward McKenzle, Agnes McKenzle,
Charles L. King, wife and family, of
Spokane; Bishop Cranston, of Portland.
At the Sea Croft.
J. S. Bradley. Miss Elizabeth Bradley.
A. Wickenhauser. G. Feldman. Mrs. G. D.
Stackpble and two children, T. E. Carna
han. J. A. Martin, Miss Josephine Chat
terton. Miss May Beauty, J. Mensinger
and wlfo and children, of Portland; Mrs.
C. E. Redfield and daughter. Heppner,
Or.; J. Gordon and wife. Oakland, CaU
H. A. Tatum, Bridal Veil. Or.
Hon. H. W. Corbott Is again at tne
seaside at Ms Seavlew cottage.
Mrs. L. Vial returned, to Portland Tues
day afternoon after a fong stay at Sea
view. Her son, Mr. Paul Vial, returned
also Tuesday night.
A. A. Goddard and A. D. Walker, -well-known
Kansas men, visited Long Beach
last week. They passed through Portland
tho latter part of the week ea route for
Dr. A. M. Fllnn lately returned, home.
Judge George paid a short visit to Long
B&ach last -week.
Frederick V. Holman arrived Saturday
Mrs. L Gumbert and family returned
Sunday to Portland, Tho family returned
Robert J. Shields, of tho Inland Crystal
Salt Company, of Salt Lake City, arrived
at the eeacoast Tuesaaytna ie now euiy
ing at the Hackney Cottage. r
General Sam HolbrooK. his Lieutenant,
Jay Upton, and Dr. Northup have re
turned from their Nosel River trip, and
are now registered at the Hackney cot
tage. Mrs. H. Brown. Miss Lillian Brown and
Miss Essie Block left for their hemes
Thursday after a two weeks' sojourn at
the Hackney Cottage. Seaview.
Dr. Gillespie, wife and daughter spent a
week at Seaview.
Miss Floronco Hildreth is spending her
time at the coast between walking the
beach and making "huckleberry pies'
Captain Hill and Captain Minnie Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. Redmond. Mrs. James
Hutchinson and mother, Mrs. Morris, are
crowded into the Beachmont at Long
Mr. Redmond and Captain Hill returned
to Portland Wednesday, leaving their f am-
11f at Tnir Beach.
Miss Edith Neeley left Long Beach
Thursday, where ehe had been visiting
Mrs. George Vedder for a few weens.
Mrs. Frank Braden, of Seattle, and for
merly of Portland, who was unquestiona
bly the belle of the beach in former years,
returned to Long Beach last week after
an absence of six years. Mrs. Braden s
return waa welcomed with joy by her
Mike Brady left for Portland Thursday.
George M. Orton, of the Multnomah
Printing Company, is visiting his family
at Long Beach.
Mr. George Vedder visited his family
last Sunday" at Long Beach Station.
Mrs. James Van Rensselear. of Portland,
and Miss Louise Van Scoit, of Albany,
N. Y., loft the A. A. Kadderly cottage,
Seaview, for Flavel last week.
Clinton Stone has left the beach forever
Arthur Naylor. MIsa Kate Nclnes and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Connors and children
arrived at Tioga on the Saturday excur
sion. Dr. Miller and wife returned to Pert
land last week after a visit to Tioga.
Miss Lee Bingham left her seaside home
and friends Thursday evening.
Arthur James and Sanfard Rosenfeld
left the Hackney Cottage Thursday after
a three weeks' visit. Along with them
traveled their lnseparaable musical instru
ments. Personal Mention at Ocean Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker, of Astoria,
are guests at the Trullinger-Ryne cottage.
Mrs. A D. Balderston and Dorothy Bal
derston. of Walla Walla, were guests at
the Sharpsten cottage last week. Mrs.
Balderston and daughter are now at the
Miss Wheeler, of Astoria, is visiting Mrs.
Hood at the latter's cottage.
Dr. and Mrs. Grey and Miss Jessie Wil
cox returned Wednesday from Portland,
where they spent several days.
Mr. Monte Smith and Mr. Bob Lamber
son spent three days fishing on Nasel
River this week.
Miss Josephine Paine, of Walla Walla,
was a guest at Judge Sharpsteln's cottage
1 last Wednesday.
Mr. D. Schneble, of Ellensburg, Wash.,
was a guest at Judge Davidson's cottage
Lieutenant Hiram Mitchell, of 'Vancou
ver Barracks, visited friends at the park
' last week.
Mr. Joseph Painter returned to Ellens
Mr. Thomas' Ryne, of Astoria spent Sun
' day with Mrs. Ryno at their cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trulllnger, Mr.
Pope Trulllnger and Mr. and Mra T.
' Ryne, of Astoria, have taken the Sho
gren cottage for three weeks.
The Walla Walla Contingent.
LONG BEACH, Aug. 23. Walla Walla is
among the heaviest contributors to Long
Beach's Summer population. Following
is a list of Walla Wallans that have
already been here this season: Mrs. T.
Drumheller. Oscar Drumheller and fami
ly, Miss Taylor, Mrs. Eugene Tauslck,
Mrs. Bennett. Mr.and Mrs. John Resor
and family. Miss Mary Burr, Miss Anna
, Williams, Louis McMorris, Joe McMorrts.
t Mrs. Archie Balderstone and daughter,
Mrs. L. Crocker, Aileen Crocker, Mrs. E.
L. McDonald and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
jH. M. McDonald and family, Mrs. Ginn,
Miss Minnie Ginn, Mrs. Lena Miller, Sam
Miller, George Miller.. L M. Bates, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Simpson and family.
Miss Flobell McKean. Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Malloy and family, Mrs. A A. King and
daughter, Mrs. C, T. Nelson and
' daughter, Mrs. Margaret Kimball, Mrs.
Kcylor and daughters, Mrs: C N. Mc
Lean and family, Mrs. W. H. Babcock
and daughters, Miss Austie Johnson. Mr.
Cornwell. Mr. and Mrs. James Kidwell
and family. Mrs. Frank Hunt and family.
Rev. A. D. Gantz and wife, Mrs. J. C,
Condlt and sons, Mrs. A K. Dice and
family, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dwelley, Miss
Verna Dwelley. Miss Margaret Steel, Mrs.
Robert Burns and eon. Miss Whitnej.
Mr. and Mrs. Smalts and family. Miss
Mabellc Dean, Mrs. Gabhart, Miss Imo
gene Gabhart, Mies Kate Nolln, Mr. and
Mrs. McDonald and family, Mrs. Copeland
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Coyle and
family, Mrs. D. W, Smith. W. C. Green,
A F. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Smith,
Mr. John McLean. Mr. and Mrs. Wads
worth, Miss Talbot, Mrs. Dale, Mrs. Har
ry Riffle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gholsen,
Judge Thomas Brents, Mrs. Gorman and.
children. Mrs. H. C. Gregg and daughter.
Mrs. Sarah Bruntori, Elmor Brunton. C.
M. Sharpstein, John Robb, Mrs. P. Shel
ton. Miss Henroid. Mrs. William Smith,
Katie Hayes. Miss J. Finn, Mies M. Finn.
Leland Crocker, Fred Brunton.
LARGE CROWD AT YAQUIXA.
Pleasure Rclj?na Supreme, and Some
thine Is Golns; on All the Time.
NEWPORT, Or,, Aug. 23. (Special.) Tho
Summer season at Newport and Nye Creek
reached its height about tho second week
in August, and now a goodly number of
seaslge -"visitors may be seen leaving each
day on the steamer T. M. Richardson for j
Yagulna, where the train is in waiting
to carry them X the Inland. This has
been the best yitr. so far as pleasure
seekers are concerned, that Newport has
bad since 1S97. The hotels have been full
almost all Summer, and the owners feel
highly elated over their prosperous sea
son, which bids well to last far Into Sep
tember, There was scarcely a vacant
house along the beach, and campers were
and still are very numerous at Nye Creek.
During the reason tho Corvallls & East
ern Railroad has been running Sunday ex
cursions from Albany to Yaqulna. Cap
tain Davi3, of tho T. M. Richardson, had
a large barge built for this year's travelt
and he can accommodate E00 people at
once. Today a large crowd is lopked for
from Albany and way points, and prepara
tions have been made to properly enter
tain all who come.
For the amusement of the visitors the
people of Newport raised enough money
by subscription to get the .Salem Military
Band to play for two weeks: Almost every
night there is a band concert, dance or
moonlight excursion. Thursday evening
the Chemawa Indian Band gave a grand
moonlight excursion up the Yaqulna River
to Toledo. About 300 people enjoyed them
selves on this trip. Nearly every evening
thera.ls a large bonflro on the Nye Creek
beach, and during the day the beach Is
covered with people hunting for agates.
MISS KATHLEEN NEILSON
BETROTHED TO REGINALD
Some very beautiful .specimens have been
found. this year.
In. tjie early part of the month some
enterprising young ladles took it upon
themselves to raise enough money to build
a new sidewalk to Olsenvllle. A theatrical
performance was decided upon, and " 'Ti."?
Love That Makes the World Go Round,"
was successfully given twice under tho
direction of the author, Mrs. Alice Cros-
man. assisted by Lillian Croaman, Mouta
Ward and Bessie Horie, of Portland, and
Amy Brosette and Nettie Gllmorc. of Sa
lem. About 530 was cleared, and the new
walk Is being made.
During the past week the Paolflc Coast
Indian Institute has, been In session at
Newport, and representatives of Indian
agencies and schools from all over the
United States have been In attendance.
Among those registered at the different
From Portland Mrs. Richard L. Meade,
F. W. Baltes, wife and child: W. S. Drake,
Mrs. N. E. Drake, C. C Bosarth Mrs.
R. A. Parent and family. Ethel Webb,
Myrtle Wilson. Guy McRcynolds, J. B.
"Kirk, Frank Mullen dnd wife, J. Fullorton.
Mrs. Louise E. Mailer, Herman Mailer.
W. T. Gray and wife. W. S. Holt, Frank
Davis, A F. Cook, F. a Savagte, J. C.
Hazard and family. Rose Wiegand, Lucy
G. Sitton. Joseph Drcner, E. S. Edwards.
Clyde Evans, Mrs. Clyde Evans. Mrs. F. C
Coleman, James Wiley, F. S. Dunning
and wife, E. S. Hard, Stephen O'Donnell,
L. L. Craft, J. L. Smith, Clarissa and
Cecilia Wiley, Miss Corbett, T. W. Young
er, A Younger, W. Younger, James Brady,
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hyland, Mr. Stell and
wife, M. G. Wilklns. Miss Emma McMa
hon. Miss Josie McMhhon. Phil Metschan
and wife, Edward L. Metschan, A. E. Ker
rigan, F. E. Ford, Edgar Stipe, B. Statin.
E. E. Bailey, George M. Orton, Mra. W.
W. Rowland, C. F. Skldmore and wife,
J. R. Flynn. C. M. Moore, R. C. Vaught,
Dell C Bogart. John Taylor, Isabella Tay
lor, W. G. Hufford, C. Sevens, H. C.
Brewer, Mrs. E. Henderson, Halver Rasch,
W. J. Makelln, T. G. Coleman. H. D.
Barber. E. S. Wells. D. M. Averill, R.
M. Jespersen, A Wisnlcwski and wife,
W. H. Harrison, E. S. Ward, H. S. Yea
mans, E. Stevens, C. E. King. George
Brlgham, E. J, Warnock. Mr. F. W. Mon
roe and wife, C. L. Peeblee, J. B. Baldwin,
O. W. West, James IC Hail. F. D. Ar
lington, MIsa AnnaHoult, P. W. Gil
bert, John Gatnmlc, Hal Bancroft, Alan
Bancroft, A E. Bancroft, C. E. Hadley,
Mrs. George Lollars, Jr., Mrs. Earle D.
Albright, H. M. Prltchard. N. Blsalllen,
'Mrs. L. Coleman, Mrs. E. A. Shamer,
James O'Connor, W. S. Reeves and wife,
J. R. McMonles, George A Peel. F. W.
Nordby and wife, A C. Lauranco and wife.
T.-Wyman and wife, Preston Smith, W. A.
Samuels and T. Varwlg.
From Albany Neal V. Murray, F. J,
Alslp, Charles Littler, William D. Littler,
Mrs. D. Littler, Mrs. C. Frankboner, Mlas
K. McDonald, Mr. and Mra F. G. Hop
kins. W. P. Daniels, S. Rldeout, H. H.
Kennedy, E. V. Smith, E. A. Dannals,
Nellie Dannals, F. Crltcherson, George
N. Lewis, Asa Beam, Charles Snelling,
Mrs. Dawson, F. Woolley, J. C. Fox. J.
H. Roberts, Paul Schmlds and wife, J. A.
Finch. M. McAlpIn. Kola Nels and wife,
Charles H. Redmond. Samuel M. Dolan,
E. J. Seeley, Frances and Eva French,
Mildred Gootlelp, Mrs. Gootleip. Unltia
Chamberlain and Ida Shupp.
From Salem J. R. Limer and wife, Mra
if. Geer, C L. Moores, C. B. Irvine, Ly
man M. Lee. Mrs. S. B. Onnsby, A. John
son. George Dorcas, F. W. Durbln. Thomas
Sims. Mrs. H. 3. Thielsen and daughter,
H. W. Mair, Walter Lyon. J, G. FA-ans.
Jr., Dr. and Mrs. A A. Jessup, E. C Little,'
F. H. Campbell, Carey F. Martin, George
E. Hattes and wife, C. Jones and wife,
Mrs. A Jones, E. S. Payne. L. B. Geer.
From Corvallis Dr. W. W. Davis, M. M.
Davis. Mrs. R. Selling, Abe -King. F. E.
Jackson. Professor J. B, Horner and fam
ily, Charles L. Kirk, W. B. Moore, Rose
M. Horton. C. F. Nann, George Irvine and
wife, Bessie Danneman. J. Westerfelt and
famjly. Miss Croni9e, E. R. Bryson. M. S.
Coustland, S. L. Hays, B. Johnson and
wife, -Mra Bertha Henkle, William Postee
and family, Vietor P. Moser and George
From Eugene H. C. Howe and family,
A. R. Sweeter and wife, Miss B. Brown,
George H. -Smith, G. S. Dunn and wife,
Mra. E. Huff, Miss Hazel Huff, Fred With
row, Mr. E.- O. Fobey.
From Toledo A B. Crasno, H. R. Hand,
A. B. Weatherford, J. Oflstedahl. S. Wells:
Ira Wade. J. H. Ross, C. F. Soule. H. E.
Peterson, J. Pt Gfcutba, C'E, Glass, Geores
A. Landuth and wife, E E TVood, Miss
Sadie Hall, C. M. Brown, Allen Parker.
G. S. Gray, William Alexander.
From Rpseburfe-r-W. A. Sralck, EL J.
Strand, aha wife. L. S. Howard and wife
and' Walter Davis.
Other folk here are: A. C. Pool, Chica
go; Fred Colly, Independence; F. D.
Wheeler and wife. Cottage Grove; J. W.
BrledweU and wife, Amity? M. F. Abbey,
Vancouver: Mrs. Meldrum and family,
Mrs. Scanlln and daughter, L. E. Will
iams. Oregon City; Mrs. A. B. Blake, Se
attle; J. T. NIcklin, Junction City; Mrs.
Meyers and daughter, F. H. Briggs. Chi
cago; Mrs. Bell Walker, New York; Mrs.
F. R. Dodge, Chicago; Mrs. J. J. O'Nell
and son, Ashland r Dan Robertson, Em
pire City; W. G. Stolz, wife and son.
Dayton, O.; F. P. Simpson, New York;
Selma Allen. Mamie Anderson. San Fran
cisco; F, P. Flnnegan and wife, Chicago;
M. Sommervllle, Empire City; Nevada
Grayson, San Francisco; Frank H. John
son, Boise, Idaho; George H. Graves, J.
V. Van Cleve, San Francisco; L W.
Hobbs. Mrs. M. Bills, McMlnnville; Mrs.
M, E. Hubbard, Miss Hazel Hubbard, In
dianapolis, IncL; Charles H. Fisher and
wife, Boise, Idaho: B. A. Mlllsap. Leb
anon, Or.; E. J. Smith. D. H. Boding,
Joseph a. Sherman. W. T. Fogle, Prlne
ville. Or.; M. F. Lackwood. Alex Cohn,
Louis E. Pels, San Francisco; J. W.
Luen, Miss Carrie Luen, Pierce City, Mo.;
VANDBHBILT, OF NEW YORK.
W, H. Wither. Miss Hemberson, Mrs. C.
W. Dewey, La Crosse, Wis.; Wv H. Davis,
R. H. Ferguson, San Francisco; Bert
Frederick. Augusta. Wis.; F; W. Potter
and son. Chemawa Indian School; F. W.
Plummer, Parl Darnell, Kalama, Wash.;
W. E. Bevens, Independence, Or.; Samuel
Elmore, C L. Woodward, Astoria; W. ti.
Meyer and wife. Salt Lake City; J. S.
Moore and wife, Kansas City, Mo.; C
F. Walling. Detroit; W. Kohler, Silver
ton; Jesse Brown, J. A. Sampson, North
Yamhill; B. R. Jones, Tacoma; Dr. C. B.
Marthus and wife, A. E. Kimor, A She!
don and wife, L. L.'Backes and family.
Amity. Or.: C. A. Johns. Baker City: J.
A. McGllvray, SanFranoIsco: Wyitt Har
ris, McMlnnville; Mabel and Ida Mageo,
Lebanon, Or.; Mathiew Hayes, Samuel
Hayes. C. Brown. Dallas; W. S. McFar
land. San Francisco; B. F. Burnett,
Washington. D. C; II. K. Lusgcr Baker
City; Roland B. Dixon, Boston, Ma25.; Y.
B, Perkins, Hlllsboro; J. W. Hamilton, G,
M. Brown, Rqsjjburg: William R. Wake-
neia ana w. sz. wamer anu iamuy, waia
Charles R. Sternberg, of Albany, la on-
Joying a few weeks' vacation at Nye
Mrs. J. C. Turner and daughter. Miss
Burrell, of Albany, are at Newpqrt for
Superintendent T. W. Potter,, of the
Chemawa Ipdlan School, Is at Newport
attending the Pacific Coast Indian In
W. A Dempsey and family, of Port
land, are at Nye Creek for two weeks.
N Dr. A. W, Moore and family are at Nye
Mrs. Hartley Morgan and son are at
Newport for a short vacation.
Mrs. Max Shallock. of Portland, Is stay
ing at Nye Creek with friends during the
month of August. N
Fred K. McCarver, a rustling young
business roan of Portland, arrived at the
Ocean House the early 'part of the week.
He will remain here several days.
Henry Roos and Sewall Tableman, of
Oregon City, are keeping "bachelor's
hall" under a canvas roof on the high
bluff overlooking the beautiful Nye Creek
Samuel Rome and family are spending
the warm reason Jn their cozy cottage at
Nye Creek. .
Mrs. C. D. McCluro and daughters, the
Misses Ethyl and Margaret, of Portland,
are sojourning at Nye Creek.
Florence Norwood, of Salem; Edna Hod-
son, of McMlnnville. and Bertha Bohan
ron, of Independence, are at Newport.
Miss Ida Shupp, of Albany, Is visiting
friends at Nye Creek.
State Superintendent J. H. Ackerman
attended the Indian Institute during the
weeK, and made several addresses.
Tom Randall, of Oregon City, Is paying
Newport a visit.
Phil Metschan and family, of Portland
arc at the Abbey Houscor several weeks.
Miss Metta Armstrong, of Albany, is at
Leo Selling. wn of Ben Selling, of Port
land, Is spending the Summer a't New
port before going East to resume his
studies at Yale.
Edward Metschan Is at Newport, and
will soon loavo for Philadelphia, where he
Is going to take up dentistry?
Mr?. Doble and daughter, of Portland
arc at Newport tor the Summer.
Mrs. Healy and son, -of Portland, tire
spending their usual Summer vacation at
F. S. Harding, of McMlnnville, president
of the Oregon Press Association,, accbm
panled by his wife and family, s arrived
G. C Burton returned to Portland Tues
day. His family will remain here for
Dr. D. A Paine and wife, of Eugene,
are at the -sea coast. , -
F. N. Gilbert, manager of 'the Allen
Gilbert Company. Portland, Is at the Gil
bert cottage for a short stay.
Glrlii Filled the Pulpit.
Twilight services at St. Stephen's Meth
odlst Episcopal church, Gormantown nve
nUe, above Ashmead street, had a charm
of, novelty Sunday evening. This waa
due to the fact that they wero managed
entirely by women. No man was nl
lowed to have the slightest' part In the
nctilal conducting of the, service, al
though there were. many of the sterner
sex In the congregation. Even the ush
ers usual functions were well taken care
of by four energetic young girl, who
placed all those attending In the proper
pews and .saw that they jead hymn
Apart from tho fact that it was
preached by women, a novel feature of
the sermon wa3 that its tlmorhonored
"flrstly," "secondly," "thirdly" -id
"fourthly" were divided among- four av
tractive young women, who delivered
with much force and earnestness their
thoughts upon that branch of the text
allotted to thenu. The fair preachers.
Miss Edith Gomexsall, Miss Ethel Kru
ger. Miss Edith Lindsay and Miss,. Sadie
Hayes, had "Contentment" for the sub
ject of their quadruplex sermon. The
text was from the ninth chapter of tho
Book ofJudges, the 7tn to tne zxax, verses.
Each 'speaker took a part .or jotnam a
famous parable, such as that relating tp
the ollvo tree, tho fig tree, the bramble
and the vine, and deduced the rorcerui
sermon from the rebuke to ADimeiecn ana
Xew Yorlc Dealers Traffic iHTfeem
New York Sun.
"Never heard of second-hand sidewalks
before7" said a dealer In secona-hana
building materials. "Why, where can you
have been all the tlm7 ,
"There have been second-hand aide-
walks as long as there havo been dealers'
In second-band building materials, ana
this business has been carried on in rew
York in a large way for 30 or 40 years at
When a dealer buys an old building
and contracts to move it he buys every
thing pertaining to It, out to the street
curb, including tho sidewalk. That's
where the second-hand vault lights and
vault covers come from and, of course.
the second-hand flagstones. ,
We bring those flags along with 'tne
rest of the material to our yards ana
stand 'em up to wait for , purchasers.
They are sold for making repairs to
stono pavements, and also to lay as com
plete pavements. Second-hand flags are
sold for these uses not only here, but in
smaller cities and other places anywhere
within a radius of two or three hundrea
miles of New York.
Modern concrete pavements hurt tne
trade In second-hand flags? Surely. Bc
fore the days of artificial pavements
there was o. sale for all the flags we got
as fast as we got them. Then with tne
errowth of the" concrete pavements came
a trqce when the flags stacked up on us,
moro or less, ana we usea o wonuer
sometimes If we should ever sell them.
And then along would camo eojneboay
and buy a mile of flagging nt once.
might be somebody laying out a property.
or something of that sort, or we migni
have a run on flogging and sell all we
had. So that while there Isn't the demand
for second-hand flacs that there once
was, there ia still a market for them at
Perhaps there arc such things as sec
ond-hand street pavements, too. wny,
certainly'; though that's something not in
our line. Second-hand paving diocks
would be supplied by contractors .who had
taken them up preparatory to laying
new street pavement.
'It would be stipulated, for instance.
In the contract, that tho contractor put
ting down the new pavement should havo
the material of the old one to be removed.
He might sell the old blocks as they
were, or take them to his yards ana nave
theae that were much worn or rounded
chinned and refaced; or, for that matter.
ho mieht have such blocks entirely re
dressed, making new diocks or mem.
"Th Tiavlnir blocks thus removca, an
no longer suitable for use where they
wore originally laid, under the traffic to
which they would now bo subjected might
still do for street pavements in smaller
mmp and towns, or for various private
mndtrava. and their cheapness commends
them nnd thus there is a marKet zor
" "So there are Indeed second-hand street
pavements, as well as second-hand siae
walkB: but there Isn't really anything
vtrv remarkable about that. If you
should stop to conBlcjer tor juav a nunuitr
von -would realize that it wouia oe very
difficult to thlnK 01 anyming inai couiu
not be bought second-hand."
She's at tho door; from far away
1 e" her nt&ndlns there; they eay
That love grows cold re long;, but there
She waits for mo; her faco Is fair
And smiles across her features play.
She's still as alim as on the day
That we were wed. and not a cray
Strand yet gleams in her wealth of hair
She's at the door.
Haw bright the scene U. and how Kay
The lonim tho birds sing as they sway
Ilisb on th fimbs; how awtet the air.
How good th Joy we have to share
This la the day ,1 draw my pay
ShCS at the door.
S. K. Kiser In the Chicago Re.cord.Herald,
CUTICURA SOAP, to clcuue the sldfl
of crusts and scales and soften the thick"
eaea cuticle, CUTICURA OINTMENT,
to instantly allay itching, Iwflatnma
tion, and irritation, and soothe and heal,
and CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS,
to cool and cleanse the blood. A SINGLE
SET of these great skin curatives is
often sufficient to cure the most tortur
. Ing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleed
ing. crusted, scaly, and pimply skin,
L scalp, and blood humours, with -loss of
hair, when All 6Ue fails.
Millions of People
Use Cuticura Soap, assisted by CuncuxA
Ointmext, for prcerTln, purifyjni: and
beautifying tho ekin, for cleansing the scalp
oxcrnais, scales, and dandruff, and the stop
plngot falling hair, for eoftenls;, whiteninf ,
and soothing red, rough, and aoro hands, for
baby rashes, itchings, and chafing, and for
all tho purposes of the toilet, bath, and nurs
ery. Millions of Women ueeCDTicrlu Soap
In tho form of baths for annoying Irritations,
inflammations, and excoriations, or too free
or oOcnslTC perspiration, In the form of
washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes which
readily suggest themselves to women.
CuncrraA R36SOLTECT Pxiis (Chocolat
Coaled) are a new, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomlcai substitute for the celebrated liquid
CuTicuRA Resolvent, as well as for all other
blood purifiers and humour cures. In screw
cap vials, containing CO dose, price 25c.
xcacm. ranea Depc
Two Weeks of Amazing Amusement
Two Weeks of Music and Mirth
EVERY DAY A SPECIAL DAY
EVERY DAY A BIG DAY
MONDAY, September l Opening day, Coronation of the
Queen, a ceremony. of great pomp and splendor. Queen May Belle will be
crowned in the presence of her entire court, maids of honor, ministers, court
iers, heralds, pages, jesters, etc., presenting a scene of mediaeval grandeur.
rpr Ttjcrv A V September 2 Grand Review, Monster Street Parade. The Queen and court in
1 U DolJA I royal state chariots will be escorted by 100 Elks to reviewing stand, when will be
reviewed the Great Midway and Carnival Company, consisting of 160 people, 50 caged ani
mals, camels, elephants, donkeys and other Oriental features of the big show.
WRTMVIPQr AV September 3 Oregon Day. Special exercises at the Manufacturers Build
W JilJIN JDoUri I fag, and Fruit, Grain and Forestry Pavilion. Patriotic concert by Military
Band in Temple of Light and Music.
TT-l T T"P QF A V September 4 Elks Day. Prize Parade. Uniformed Elks' lodges, accompanied
lilu JTvOUi I by their own marching bands from all parts of the Northwest, will participate;
in the contest for $1000 cash prizes. '
T T A V September 5 Baby Day, $300 gold and silver medals and other suitable prizes will bo
Fivl DJt I awarded to competing infante. Open to all babies under 3 years of age.
0 a rp-r prAY September 6 Harvest and Floral Day. Beautiful street parade of floats and
3A1 U LLJJ I decorated vehicles, showing wealth and abundance of Oregon's floral and
lVf O TSJF A Y September 8Charity Day.- A percentage of the gate receipts on this day will be.
iVlvJIN UA I distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
TT T P Q T A "V September 9 Wedding Day. Five couples will be married in the presence of the
1 U EjOUA I Queen. Special concert in the Temple of Light and Music.
WPriMPTi A Y September 10 Military Day. Greatest military demonstration ever wit
W EUi EOUn. 1 nessed in the West. Regular troops from Vancouver Garrison and O, N.
G. Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery 2000 men, 450 horses, 12 pieces Artillery and 6 military bands
TT-T T TTQFl A Y September 11 Women's Day. Reception by the Queen. The speclalfeat
a rl U LOLJr 1 ures 0f this day will be in charge of the ladies.
COTpv A Y September 12 Children's DayyShriners' Night. A beautiful Shetland pony, cart
Fivl LJrx I and harness will be given away in the afternoon. In the evening Al Kadir Temple, of
The Mystic Shrine, will own the grounds and pay their respects to the nobles of the desert.
q a rpr T O TN A Y September 13 Madri Gras. Everybody invited to mask and participate in
OrL UfVLi 1 closing revels of the last Elks' Carnival. Spectacular illuminated parad
i a1 e eit i aI j r . t j
nignt oy ine mnny tenuws anu xneir runny menus, oomeinmg aoing ail rne time.
THE GRAND AGGREGATION OF SHOWS WITHIN
THE CARNIVAL GROUNDS EXCELS IN VARIETY
OF ATTRACTION AND SENSATIONAL FEATURES
ANY AMUSEMENT EVENT KNOWN to the western world
Special. Excursions and Reduced Rates
on All Railroads and Steamboats
Two Weeks of Furious Fun
Two Weeks of Sensational Sights
Closes September 13, 1902
PRICE OF ADMISSION to
all Parts of the Carnival
10c admits to Industrial Street, Country
Store, Temple of Light and Music
and Manufacturers' BIdg.
50c Children, 25c Admits to Midway,
German Village and all Shows
in the Midway
Every ticket has coupon entitling holder to chance
on Shetland Pony, Cart and Harness, to be given
away on Children's Day, Friday, September 12