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"THE OREGON DAILY- JOURNAL, rOrTLAND. . FRIDAY EVENtNG. " JULY 1.', 1904.
I CORNER '
; , riorning: and
- Avoid the Rush -
IN THE I -
Store open until
M TIf V
f - -J
TotTi6ri:ovv will be a "Rush Doyf . with over so many; Many are planning to spend the Fourth otit of town; othera tire get
' ting ready to start on' their annual vacations; ;We orb ready with every thing that can ' be required for 'men ond boys
:Sumn3er:Apparel except Shoes. -We suggest shopping In the irnornlng so as to avoid the afternoon and night rush.
The Man Who Knows How to
is Cool and Comfortable all Summer
Stand on a-street corner any hot day; wateh a hundred mengo
by, . You can count on' your fingers all those who know how to
dress rightly "for 8umnier-rrand,;jK matter what jrour prejudice,
you are bound to admire the appearance of the. tenth nan, who
knows what to, wear.- ;And here are the clothes that" he wears-r-4
ready1. to makeYOU. as comfortable and v well dressed as het
Blue and Bla ck Serge Suits f
Single and double breasted, at $10, ?12J50, $15, $18,
Extremely Light Weight Wors
ted Sack Suits : f ; -
" Jn single' breasted styles, coat, vest and pants ; ' handsome
gray and dark effects ; ?tf,8, $202822.50, 925, $27.50,
S30 and $35.. ';-v:.;-v-.J.i,.;r-.i,
Men's Otitlng Suits- i
Coats and trousers; of stylish! light colored flannels, home-':
v-spuns and worsted; .quarter lined, at $9, $10, $12.50,
; $14, $15, $10.50, $1 and $ZO. ...
Men 9 s Outing Trousers
; A ; ...
Of lightweight flannels ; dark shades ; homespuns and pure
wjiite flannels; $3, $3.5U, $4, $4.&U to $7.au. ;-. .. .
In .'washable materials;" $1, $1.50- to $4.. ! .:Cl.
uy the Boy
BUSTER BROWN Exquisite Novelty. Suits ;i $5, . $0.50,
$r.5o to $10. ':.-,, .'.
SAILOR NORFOLK, SINGLE and DOUBLE BREASTED
KNEE PANTS : SUITS, m tropical materials; $2.15,
. : $2.85, $3.35, $4;;$5,to. $10, -v ' - '
WASH SUITS.... ;..i..v;..V....1.50 tot.$4.50
sYOUNQ MEN'S i LONG PANTS SUITS Either Outing or 3
piece Suits ; $9, $10, $11, $12.50 to $22.50. :
OunVlatchless Straw Hat
; i Val ues f of TYlen 3" '
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There must bea reason why we're doing tlys Straw. Hat business
bf Portland.' There isl We sell better hats than yoi can buy
m7. . ' ' anywhere' else for the money. . : : ' jrTrrJicJ:
SENNIT and- SPLIT STRAWS
$1, $1.50, $1.75, $2 to $3 and .
PORTO RICANS andJWILANS $2,
..$3 and $3.50. ;;:;:.'.-. ;
PANAMAS, $6, $7.50, $10 to $i8 .
New arrivals-the setge blue., LEWIS iv"
AND CLARK HAT. Sold exclusive-
' : ' y , ly by us. . , ;rT:
Shirts Yoii Can Get in
The Prices Begin at - $1.00
' Madras Woven or Printed Effects ii.V.. .. !$1.00
Plaited plain white and gray designs, alsp Scotch
', madras, white or fancy with separate cuffs;
. - ,iJiO. ' ;. -' -
Imported materials, coat or regular models with cuffs
. ... attached , or detached; $2, $2.50, . $3" and
' S3.5Q. '.1: .' -.J.'l'..'.n:-j.T.i.." :'.j...:.-r-.:.--.- - -
Men's ; ,
-Every -' wanted - kitifd - for
summer. Silks, linens,
mercerized cottons, silk
, and - wool, cotton meshes
and bafbriggari. ;
stitch Cotton Underwear,
.- voc values tomorrow
From" .the best, makers
V $1.50 to i5 -
ARE NOW COMPLETE
sxKocmATxa jtatiovax ooirmr-
.; xon;.: mu - nn - ooiasixne
' wiu sQvxrrziK nmifiii
AID BKBOTJUO BVTTOIT Rtllii
-" xo sxrsDira BVnarssa.- :
St. LouU, Mo, July l.-.Practiclljr
very detail has been arranged and tha
flolahlna: touches ara bains made to the
Coliseum (or next ; week's Democratic
' national convention. . . The Democratlo
-osta ara already en route to St tiouis.
Tomorrow the party-leaders from eaat,
, West, south and north will com 'flock-
i Ins In to attend the various conferences
' and committee meetings, preparatory to
. the work of the big convention Itself.
In ths Coliseum every detail to add
to the xonvenienceof delegates, guests
and convention . workers that could be
thought 'out bss been Installed. The ar
rangements make - every seat Jn. the
building desirable. .The large platform
P ' .,, , -JJ-L'L.--
tor -the accommocfatlon of th officers
of the convention and the, national com
mittee has been constructed in the
centra of the northern side ef the
auditorium. . Directly In front of it di
visions have' been made for' the dele
gates, while - directly to the - right and
left are ths reservations for the working
press, with seats for alternates to the
extreme right and left of the arena.
Three passageways lead from ths front
of "tha, platform to tha telegraph' and
telephone .offices -; directly under and
back of It '
- Wiring Is complete for lighting and
fans throughout-the ' building;.- Tele
phones are being Installed : to afford
chairmen of different delegations meana
of eommunleation to all working parts
of the .Coliseum. This feature Is a
new. one. and Us adoption by the na
tional committee wss upon ths sugges
tion of .the local committee from the
busineaa men's league. , -
There Vlll be an emergency hospital
In the building large enough to accom
modate all of thoae rho may be over
oomo,by the warmth of the proceedings.
A large corps of physicians and nurses
will be constantly on hsnd to care for
possible heat prostrations and .for any
who may be Injured In the Jsm that
necessarily attends a meeting of a na
tional political convention.
In the exposition building are the
headquarters of the national committee
and of the committee , on. resolutions,
credentials and permanent organisation
and order - of business. . Each ' of the
rooma'.used -as committee headquarters
is capable of . seating - several " hundred
persons. , " - . ' "
"Arizona Is' Instructed for 'Heare
but after the-second ballot will support
Parker, said J. H. Breathitt of ths
national committee from' 'that territory,
this morning. "In my opinion, the New
York jurist will bs nominated, on ths
third or fourth ballot" .
On almost every proposition now ad
vanced here there Is the query: "What
will Bryan do about ltr Ths Nebras
kan will . arrive . Sunday, ' according to
his present -plane. -
- Jt became known' ' today ' that Bryan
will "urge that any man who didn't sup
port the Democ ratio tlckst In. ISM or
H00 would make a weak candidate. But
few so - called conservatives - will' fill
that bill. 4
McClellan and Ross Is ths ticket being
quietly tipped by 'a leading member of
ths Michigan delegation. .
Active campaigning for. Parker began
In earnest, today, when ths - advance
guard bf Parker boomers opened -its
headquarters In ths Planters' hotel.
Maurice Mlnton, associated politically
with August' Belmont, is busy button
holing delegates for the New Tork
Jurist The Psrker people have six pal
lors on ths first floor of - the Planters.
Parker's friends ars doing their beat to
eliminate the Impression that Parksr- Is
Hill's man. v
Cleveland Is casting a shadow that
makes the discussion of bis name ons in
. . -
: This includes every Bojrs Straw Hat in the . s
- - store of the latest style and shape. Mflan, " ';
- - M"ackinaw,- Manila.' . and Canton braids. -
"25(C Hats at. 1 5c
6c Hats at 1 . ::25c
$1.00 Hats atL .. 50c
1.50 Hats 7af: 75c
$2.50 Hats at $1.25
$3.00 Hats at $f.50
Corner Third and Morrison Streets ' t
an awed whisper. All realise that some
sort of Cleveland cabal Is being batcfid
in th. east ; .. '- - 1
"If Psrker cannot bs nominated,' was
the epitome of the situation as fore
casted by Judge Xlltty who is hers In
charge of Judson - Harmon's interests,
"and If It should be a Cleveland fight
It will be between Harmon and .Gorman. "
However, there la a palpable effort to
ridicule the Cleveland, boom out of. the
convention. ' - .'
"What do- I' think of ths Cleveland
boom." said Senator Dubois of Idaho,
whose main, purpose Is to get. a strong
sntl-polygamy plank Into ths platform,
"I think It Is fuH fvwind. abaurd and
started by some of Cleveland's friends
to kill off Parker. And If they do de
feat Parker they cannot nominate Cleve
land, for Bryan than will control.'
PLAN GREAT WELCOME
FOR THE PRESIDENT
k '. (Jooraal Special Sarvtee.) .
New Tork. July I. Oyster Bay Is
planning a rousing welcome to President
Roosevelt when ho - arrives tomorrow
to spend ths summer, with his family.
Th Republicans, with ths oldest Inhabi
tants 'foremost will gather st the depot
to cheer tlrn, grasp his hand and cheer
him when- he-allghte from, the train.
At Amity street he will be met by th.
high school pupils, boys and girls drawn
up tn Una. waving flags and singing pa
triotic songs, The last ovation will bs
from th. public school close by Saga
more hill. All of th. pupils. In their
Sunday tnt will stand In front of ths
school house, and again th. president
will be greeted with patriotic songs.
Though no formal arrangements ha v.
been completed, it is expected thst the
president will consent to 'take part In
the Fourth of July celebration that, the
people . of . Oyster. Bay ar. planning.
They hop. to make It ths most glorious
Fourth In th. blatorj. qf th. village.
Another big tiro is anticipated th. last
month when. the. Republican leaders of
th. sntlr. country will com. to Oystsr
Bay .to formally- notify ,,th. president
of bis r.lnomlnatlon.
' . mSABT TO BBTAMT.
(Joans! Special Berries.)
Washington. July 1. All Is' In" reeidl
ness for th. departure of tb. president
and his offlcs fore, for Oyster Bay tr.
morrow. H. will remain there until
July . after .th. notification commit
tee calls,' wbsn he returns to Washing
ton for two or three. weeks.
: .. . :y NOTICE. : :: ,.. Vf.
kTo Sveaiag Traia for Astoria am Sat-
' ardaya.. .
Commencing Saturday. July 1. and
every Saturday thereafter th. .vcnlng
train of the A. 4 C. R. R., due to leave
the Union depot at T p. m. will be aban
doned for th. summer season and suc
ceeded by ths popular Portland-Seaside
Flysr, leaving Portland every Sat
urday at s:l p. m. ' 7"
For Sunday and the Fourth oj July;
Th. O. W. P.' will make round trip
rites of t cents to Oregon City and
Canemah Park; it cents to Oreeham; 10
cents to any point, east of Oreeham up
to and "Includes . Eatacada. Similar
rstes will spply from local stations to
Portland. . -1,
Piphtherla relieved In twenty tnln-
nte. Almost' miraculous. .I)r. Thomas'
Eclectrlo OIL Al-arly dug store.
STOCKMEN WANT TO
LEASE RANGE LAND
wiu nrunr to' ruKisxvTZAx.
ooKHTsszoir Txxxa xxzds ajtd
. SXSJJtDS BfltETEVa OUUS TO
" mm nu n Auaxirr votxcxs
AJtB XSaTtnrO. .".'-
' (Special Ti patch t. The JoareaL)
Denver, Colo., July 1. Th. National
Livestock association, from Its head
quarters at' Denver, has commenced a
campaign to obviate rang. 'difficulties
where graslog lands and forest reserves
ar. In contact and to gain government
rsnge leases. An official statement
was issued yesterday. by th. officers of
the association ar follows: -
"Recognising that there ar. no 'ques
tions of grester Importance to. stockmen
of th United States than an amicable
settlement of th. questions of graslng
on th. public lands and forest reesrves,
th. National Livestock aasoclatlon at
Its convention In 1800 adopted a reeo
lution providing for '. a committee to
draft bills which would- provide for
ths leasing of the public range and th.
use of forest reserves under certain
"Th. people of the graslng stats at
that tlms were not ready to accept a
change In th. conditions whleh had ex
isted sine the stock raising had .become
one of ths leading Industries of th.
country, and - consequently ths Initial
. "Th. sssoclatlon .however, hss been
prosecuting- a diligent" campaign of d
ucatlon aloag thsss lines ever sine, and
at this time becsuse of ths rsstrictsd
range and unsatisfactory conditions un
der which th forest reserves ar con
ducted, t$ stockmeV ar apparently
ready to get together and decide tipon
some, policy which will -b' satisfactory
to afl copoerned, realising that condi
tion Sr. chMnglng so rapidly that It Is
only a question of tlms when this will
be compulsory. .
"At th annual meeting of th sssocls-'
tlon In Ksnsss City In 1S01 resolutions
were adopted asking- Prealdent Roosevelt
to" appoint "a commission to investigate
these, matter with a view of securing
data which would permit of th drafting
of a bill satisfactory to th cattl and
"This commission ha been, appointed
and I now desirous of securing sll ths
information on this subject possible, and
with this and )n view will meet with the
stockmen at th' headquarters of ths
National livestock assoclstlon In Den
ver In August It Is daslrsd by this
commission's well as tb officers of
th association that .all' persons who
ar Interested In th graslng proposition
snd forest reserves will be present at
this meeting. Th following letter
which wss Issued from ths headquarters
of the association, la self-explanatory;
"Upon ths request of ths Nstlonal
Livestock association. President Rooss-
v.lt last December sppolntsd a-oommls-alon
consisting of Hon. W. A. Richards,
commissioner of ths general land Of
fice; Hon.. Olfford Plnchot chief for
eeter. and Hon. F. H. Newell, chief of
th department of geolhgteal survey, for
the purpoe of Investigating conditions
existing In arid and semi-arid land and.
forest ressrves bts concerned, and to
report td th president .befor th eon
venlog of oongrsss In December next
, JL"lh pbjeot 9t UU lavestigstloa Is
; We are compelled to sacrifice our entire 4th of Jul Stock,
including all kinds of fine goods. Our present store has to
7.be Vacated within 30 days. Also Chinese and Japanese
; . Curios, Mattings, etc. Cnir great Auction Sale will com'' '
' m'ence 6th of July until the entire stock is closed out.
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ANDREW KAN &-CO.
Corner Fourth and MorrlaonStaw
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WORTH TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD COIN
T-l-'O Journal. 0I0.
Advertising Test and Closing-Out Sate
of filers Piano House
T fminAn will bs recalved at Eller Plana Haass. Na IK1 Wan nar.
X ton street Portland, and la good for th first or casa ptymsnt of .
Towsrd-the purchsss prio of any plan during our advertising' teat
and .celebration sals. . , - . lER; PIANO HOUSE.
VOTB. W agree to accept tH eonpon exactly the am aa eash on
any piano In this sals. Monthly or waokly payments for the balance may
be arranged for to suit ths convenience of -th. buyer. Delivery of the
lnstrumsnt will be mad immediately or at any time la the future,
f -I ' -
th formation of a report to th presi
dent whloh la boped will result In- th
drafting of a bill - for th amicable ad-'
justvnsnt of thes Important mattars. 1
' "Ths ebalrmaa or tn commission
hss advlaed th officers of this asso
ciation tbst they, will meet with ths
stockmen of th ' west at th head
quarter of th National Livestock asso
ciation,. Ill Qnlncy building, Denver,
Colo on August I. .4 and t, 104, for
the purpose of considering thes sub
ject and gathsrlng such information as
la possible. k7 ' '. ' 7
'Seuretaiy 3atne-WTlI5nof'ffi 4s
partment of agrlcultur and Hon. K A.
Hltcboock. secretary of th department
of th Interior, have bean Invited .to be
present and have Indicated that they
will attend if official dutle at that
tlm will permit their leaving Waah
lngton. Hon. H. C HsnsbroughX chair
man of -th public land committee of
the senat, and Hon. J, F. Laoey, chair
man 'of th publlo" lands 'oommlttes of
th house hav been Invited to attend
also, - a . Well a other prominent oltl
Qsastlona Ars Xmportaai, . ..
' f.Thsrs ar' no question thst sre of
greater importance to th - atockmefi
than those of graslng on ths publlo
lands and forest reserves, and It Is de-
slrsblf that soma united actlomshall be
mads upon congress at very earig
" 'Tor thoee reasons you ars esrnestly
rsquested to sppolnt three prominent
members of your . association who are
Interested in these matters,' to sttend
this meeting, and w would ssk. tbst
you notify th aecretary of this assV
siatloa - immediately, whether or not
this request can bs complied with and
th name and addresses .of those who!
will b hr.'". "... , j
soBTstrzns ooirnnrcm, -
(Joernal gpeelat Swrlr, 1 ' -.s '
East Northflold, Mssa, July 1 Th
nineteenth annual Northflsld " Student
eonfersncs. founded by th 1st Dwight
I. Moody, opened today and will last for
19 dsys. Th ontllrfa of th eonferenc .
consists In platform meetings conrturleit
by Robert K. freer of Nsw Tork. ths
Rev. Anson Phetp Stokes. Jr., of Tale,
university, th Rav. Oi A. Johnston Roes
ef Cambridge, England. Profesanr R. A.
Falconer of Halifax. N, John K.
Mott of. New Tork and others.
Excursion-Rates to Ya'qulna Bay.'
Th . Southern Psolflo company has
plsoed' on sal excursion tickets st
greatly reduced rstes to Tsqulna ry
snd Newport. Specially low rates' tut. .
Saturday to". Monday tlrkata. Call m
any of ths Soutbsrn Psclfl ticket sms
at Portland. :
. ebamVers, Orolaa.
Wholssals snd retail. 12 Seventh ft..