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THE . 'OREGON DAJLV JOURNAL', PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 1.1904
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"HmI ate t Bl. Louli"
Lrrle . .
No transfer between Portland and The
Dalles if the trip la made on the Charlea
K. Spencer. Tbie' fleet steamer fastest
on the river makes through trips, leav
tag Portland on Mondays, Wednesdays
und Friday a at 1 a. m., from foot of
Waehlngton atreet From tha decks of
the Spencer mar be. viewed tha magnifi
cent eoenery that haa mada tha Co
lumbia famous throughout tha world
the towering snow-capped mountains,
cataract aa high as 800 feet, tha cele
brated Cascade locks, II yeara Jn build
ing, moat wonderful canyons, delight
ful valleys and charming grovea. - Tha
beautlea of he lanacapa are-Indeed be
yond xompara Persons who have trav
eled the wide- world over declare that
tha Columbia river surpasses that of
. any other ' section of " the globe. The
Spencer is the newest of ail tha river
palaces, .and her rurnisnings are no
Qualed-on weatorn waters; . Her 'table
service Is unsurpassed." ;., . .
V ' Had it not been for several women
; who -were present. . George H. Rtchard
. son, a traveling, aalesman .in 'the m
.'. ploy, gf the John Clark Saddlery com
- fany. would , have lost his Ufa in the
river at the Portland drydock Sunday.
He was looking about the place, when
he fell through a hole tetween two
platforms. Three rlba , were fractured
. In tha fall, and there seema no doubt
that ha would have drowned but for the
; herolo work of the women who aaw hla
- peril and rescued him. After tha rescue
- tha women declined to give their names.
i-; Mr. Richardson was removed in a car
- rlage to his home. II East Sixth street,
where hemes' attended by' a physician.
i The-mental and physical condition of
Mrs. p. II. Qrosa. a poor woman who
lives on the .mountain above Fulton,
waa tnveatlgated yesterday afternoon by
. County . Physician E. C. Qekry and
Health Officer Dudley Evan a J and the
woman will .this afternoon be sent to
tha county hospital. - It was found that
she la afflicted with a disease of tha
kidneys, and will undergo an operation,
Mrs. Gross was .found to be aane, al
though she haa "flighty" spalls, doubt-
Jes.jhe,.xsult of Ill-health, mil role
fortunea. The family Is very poor.
There are three children and tha hue-
.band' Is a one-armed maKb.9 Has dlf-
. rloulty In making a living-. , .
Wr Vfnrrarct mffaa-rurier Wall. ' who
came to Oregon City with her-parents!
in 1(44. and who removed to California
In 1851. In which atate aha was married
to Gen. Joseph-Q. Wall In IMS, la a
guest., at the Imperial. Mrs. Wall's
father, Theophllus Magmder. was a
member' of the Orego-exchange com
mission, which- coined tha first gold on
"the Pactflo coast, at Oregon City, In'
184a. -She recalls many of the families
of those jrarly days. Mrs. Wall, who
Uvea -In Alameda,-Cat., la completing a
two-months' tour of the seat, in
pany with her ,aon;ln-lsw.
: - Conner CKelly. a member of tha Brlt-
lah parliament fsom Ireland, wUl be in
tha city in about a fortnight, til
meeting held laat eveolng at tha office
- : of Dr. A. C Smith, the following were
appointed to arrange for tha entertain
. .tnact of Mr. CTKelly: W. -R. MoOarry,
J. lw. Sweeney. Ed. J. Pharkey, O. M.
- Munly. A. . Smith, T. T. Murphy, Dr.
- Ooray, Wallace MoCamant,- Dan Mo-J
-' Allen and Joseph O'Connor. Mr. O'Kelly
. ' la touring the "United States In the in-
teresta of the Irish Land league, an or
' jrantatlon In favor of aomerule in Ire
land. , . '- ' .
Let the boys anloy their -nolay flre
worke,. and you, to escape the ' fcacket,
take a trip up tha Columbia for a da?
outing.- The handsome steamer "Bailey
Outsort" will' on July 4 runi an excur
sion to Cascade. Locka, offering a grand'
opportunity for a quiet aad enjoyable
-day's outing. Boat leaves Alder street
wharf at 1:10 a. m. on both Sunday and
Monday axcurslons. Round trip $100.
Fine meals aboard. Steamer "Bailey
Oatxert" will on Sunday make connec
tions with ateamer "Regulator" for
points above tha locka. . ' . '
. For tha accommodation of tha state
' troopa nd the. militia, who will spend
their annual encampment at American,
lake, near Tacoma, the. government wiR
- maintain a postal station for the dlstrl
. button of malls. Tha station will be
-established at Murray, on the Northern
Pacific, between Lakeview and Sherlock,
Washington. Mall to the soldiers
should be addressed to the Military Bta
: tlon, Tacoma, Camp Murray, American
Lke Camp. . Tha station will be In
stalled af one. i ' -.,
'At yesterday's session of tha Norwe
gian Lutheran Evangelical Synod of the
Pacific ooaet. held at First church, East
Tenth and Grant streets, several congre
gations tn Oregon, Washington and
British Columbia were admitted to mem
bership In tha synod.. The afternoon
"session was taken up by a discussion
of the suhlecV--'Confesston." Tha dedi
cation' of tha First church will take
place on Sunday, when several prominent
Norwegian ministers will deliver ad
dresses, .. '
The newsboys of tha city wars enter
"'tatned by tha Portland Railway company
at Ita park on Portland Heights last
evening. A special 'car took them to
tha park, where eeata for tha hand con
cert had been reserved for them. Ice
cream was served. Tha boys will give a
. moonlight excursion July ' II on tha
steamer Charlea R. Spencer, which has
been donated for the occasion. Tha
proceeds, will go to tha Newsboys' as
sociation fund. '." '
' Better than breakfast .foods try a
Coachella "cantaloupe or watermelon.
"Mermaid brand" cantaloupee'are ffner
than silk and sweeter than honey. Paper
. rind and full of delicious meat. Car lota'
constantly on track. For .sale by your
grocer, Peerson-Paxe company, distrib
utors for Coaohella Valley Producers'
, association.' "' - ' ,,
For biting and .striking- Patrolman
; Croxford while under arrest Tuesday
-'night, Henry Blaise, formerly of tha
rranch. ship Du Queane, was this morn
ing sentenced to aervr' a -term-atM-
Drs. Adjx & Northrup
46 . Dektim Bulldlns:
days In the City JaU by order of Munlol
pui Judge Hog-ue. 'As -previously pub
lished, Blaise waa cursing people on
lower Third atreet.' and Croxford was
Bent to arrest' him. lit ran.-. but was
pursued .and captured, lie showed
flKht at Third and Ash atreeta and the
officer was obliged to club htm before
ho would submit. v ' .
A concert Is to be glveri this evening
on board the monitor. Wyoming, under
the ausplcea or the Seamen a Institute.
An excellent program haa bean ar
ranged In which, the men of the squad
ron will participate, . A limited number
of tlcketa can be had on application to
Mr. Powell at 119 Vroflt atreet, or at the
Hauuni institute-, , ,
The cloalng session of tha Willamette
Baptist -association wag held 'last even
ing In Greaham, whan Rav. Ray Palmer
delivered a aermon -on "Tha - Seven
Golden Akars qf Local Option? The
next .meeting of the'aaaoctatlqn will' be
held in June, 1S0S. at KUlsboro. when
Rev. L. Ai Nutley will .act as moderator
and MTj M. M. Bledsoe as olerk.
By a mistake ow the part of tha of
flclajs of. tha Sell wood publlo school,
Chris Larson and Alya Richards were
arrested in connection with tha break'
ing up. of the graduation exercises of
tha. school Monday night- Their cases
were -dismissed by Deputy City Attorney
taugeraia. . ; '''
- A , gallon of white Bay State paint
weighs 1H pounds and contains 111
cublo Inches of paint Tha biggest
gallon or tha beat paint that can be
made. The shades sxs every bit as good
as the wnlte. Fisher, Tborsen eV Co.
corner Front-and Morrison.', , - , ; -f
' .Going to get married t The best way
to answer is by bringing your invita
tions to us for execution. We'll do
them, - leaving nothing to be desired.
Peaalea Broa. . company, Sherlock build-
in-. . ' . . .r .
I Summer school. --t
, noimes Business college. . .-.
Four teachers, . i
: For publlo school children.
- Commences July I. ,
Oh. ho. for Mount Adams. Ice cavaa
lava eavea and Trout lake. Round trip
tickets, steamer .and. stage, for Bale,
Regulator Una, Alder street dock.
'Phone Main 114. -
Baseball.. Paul Jones vs. Behnke-Walkerr.-
tomorrow - l:l, t National
grounds. Eighth and Hawthorne. .
Salt rising bread at the A. B. C Del
Icatessen, . Ill Morrison street. Wheat
bread, 4. and It cent loaves.
Take, launches for -warships at boat
nousa, root or starjc street, until
ghlpS are gone, .--'....;.',..
- To warships Boats leave foot of Sal
mon and Easpyrnslda atreet
LrM. Thornton, dentist, Marquam.
' Wise-Bros, dentists, tha Falling bldg.
STATE PAYS .
1; TWO PRICES
. (Continued from Tags Ona)
alon cannot bo accidental but la . evl
dently in acoordanoe with, tha policy of
the atate officers to keep tha publlo In
tha dark on that - matter. ? How long
will tha policy be tolerated?
... Mr. Kay, who Introduced tha flat sal
ary bill in 1903, Is now a candidate' for
speaker; and is understood to be very
close to Secretary of state Dunbar, be
ing expected, ao the story goes, to assist
In shaping thlnga duxtpglha , next see- j
alon so. that Mr. ..Dunbar shall, be the
dhi Avpuuncan numiuee xor governor,
aid that a strong, friend and adherent
of tha Dunbar-Fulton combination shall
be tba candidate for. secretary of state,
consequently, It la thought that Mr Kay
Will not be so enthusiastic on thejflat
salary proposition as he was last ses
. The minority In tha legislature does
not havs a very brilliant- or -creditable
record on tha Question, but Ita members
In "tha next session can-bring - them-
aelvea decided oredlt by a consistent.
determined effort to dig out a complete
record of official emoluments and to
establish a system, of straight salaries,
ao that tha people will know exactly the
coat of their stats government
" Soma Figures o Teea.
It Is Impossible for an outsider to
give an accurate aatlmate of tha amolu
menta of tha aeoretary of state,' though
tha greater part of his direct salary may
ha ascertain d from tha code and from
the appropriation bills. Tha items most
easily discovered are: Salary, constitu
tion, a year, ii.doo; publlo buildings
commission, ISOO; asylum trustee, 1100
reform school, 1160- aad expenses; deaf
mute and blind school, 1250 and ex
penses; domestic animal commission.
1250' toUr IZ.B60.
In tha general appropriation bill of
1101 there 1 an Item of 114.720 for
clerk hire in that office and another for
IJ.400 for additional clerk hire on ac
count of tha corporation tax law. These
auma 'cover . two yeara. . In tha office
these are six clerka: 8. A. Koser, dep
uty secretary of state; F. K. Lovell, in
tha Insurance department two 4ady
stenographers and two young men. In
the corporation department there la a
chief clerk. F. T. Wrlghtman, and a
stenographer. - .
1 In addition, to these direct charges,
section JvZs, page vis, or code, allows
fees as follows: certifying and affixing
state seal to any document II; making
copies of any record, II centa per 100
worijs; filing artlclea of Incorporation,
12.50; recording any pPr or document
II centa per 100 words.
Section I57, page 1211, of code, allows
a charge of 10 cents for each certificate
of registration for Indian war veterans.
Section 1707, page 1114, allows fees
as Insurance commissioner,, and section
1714, page ltll, provides a fee of II for
Insurance statements; also section 1 74 7,
page 1Z61, a fee of lit for filing annual
statements of Insurance companies ; also
section 1711, page 121, a fee of It for
each annual license laaued; also section
1766, page 1214, allows par diem and ex
penses for examination . of Insurance
companies. . . -
In the foregoing category mar be in
cluded notary public commissions, par
dons, appointments and other official
documents and to know just exactly the
amount thus collectible la about ' Inv
possible- aaeept by atd fioin the secro
tary himself. Of course, It la well known
that the pre aent secretary, - like
his " predecessors doeanot- oolleot
all -or nearly all of the fees allowed
by the law for notarial commissions
and. Other personal documents Indeed,
Mr. Dunbar has tha reputation of being
very liberal in that way but notwith
standing that fact the emolumente f
tha of flea are credited .with, being enor
mous, netting the secretary from 116,.
tot te-ll.0 a year. It may be es
timated too high, but tha refusal of the
present -officer and his predecessors to
tell the publlo the exact amount leaves
good, ground for a play .of Imagination.
' . Chambers, Optlolaa. '
Wholesale and retail. 121 Seventh. St
ii ii 1 I I m
Preferred Stock Oaoned Oooaat
Allen at Lewis' iiest Brand,
- FOR 1505 FAIR
tbaffxo omoToa or sotrmma
- FACZTXO TELL QF UHUL UT
TZUIT 1M m BAST Xrf OmSGrOZf
Airs TXjr Lrvrii : ajts oi.abx
FAX. ... . ..'.. v'.,
7 Charlei'Si fFee, general ''passenger
agent arid traffla director of the South
ern Pacific, Is at the. Portland -today
after a month spent in the east and la
enthusiastic over present passenger con
ditions la the west, and conditions that
are likely to prevail during tba coming
year. j . : i . '
. Said ha today: - ''
"I found thai tha railroad men attend
ing the Chicago conference last; month
were much Interested in the forthcom
ing Lewis and- Clark fair and tba bual-
Lness It is likely t bring to western
rallroada. All were -agreed that tha in
dications point to a heavy season of
travet" Tberanrbsjarrr f olnrodd
what they can to further Interest in the
fair..:-., .... ...... ..... . . ..
"Since the close of the Chicago con
ference X have spent much of the time
visiting my old -haunts -and places of
Interest In tha east, and I found a remarkable'.-acquaintance
with the plana
Tor Tne forthcoming- Lewis "and Clark
fair- , People are also becoming -fc ware
that . there Is no flner'.summer climate
anywhere than -that which prevails in
Portland. . Those who have been here
are coming again foe aummer vacation
and tboae not here before are coming
to enjoy the delights of a summer's
)aun In the west pleasures that have
been described to them by their friends
who hare made the .trip. N
"As far as the present aeaaon's pas
senger business la ooncSrned, it la first
class. The travel '-from - California to
the 8t Louis exposition has already
been larger than was anticipated by the
Southern .Paclflp company, and that
company now believes the travel will
be almost unprecedented In October and
the early fall at the time of year when
a visit to St Louis Is enjoyable. Des
pite tha excessive heat of July In fas
Mississippi valley, all western-railroads
did an excellent buslnessie juia -fair.
prosperous conditions In the west
also contribute to the facts which Indi
cate a good travel for the coming year.
I look for many-people having In mind
the establishment of pew homes In new
localities to make the trip to the Paolflo
coast states during, this fall and 1S05."
Mr. Fee will spend today, and tomor
row vlaiting railroad frlenda.ln the elty
and In viewing the pieces of Interest
Mrs. Fee and the children have been
Here two days. They expect to return
home 'together and will enjoy the beau
ties of a daylight trip over the Shasta
Mrs. " P. . A. ;Worthlngtofc with her
chlldren.la visiting her parenta at Wes
ton. . From that place they will go to
the mountains of eastern Oregon for a
month.. -J , '
It. L. McCormlck and George S. Long.
both of Tacoma, Identified with the
Weyerhauaer Lumber company, are at
the Portlanah '
"Mrs, C. W. Fulton, wife of the United
States senator, and Alan C Fulton -of
Astoria, are among -the people at the
- Roito Branob. of Beware,- Alaska, la at
tha Perklna. -'
- W. - H. Ewln, a physician of Union,
Oregon,. Is at the Hotel Imperial. -.
- Phil Metsohan, one of h managers
of the Imperial hotel, and wife, returned
thla morning from a raonth'a . trip to
Yosemlte Part and southwrBr-UaHfornl.
J. W. Baker, state game warden, la
at the Imperial from Cottage Orove,
Rev. U. L. . Tults nas gone to laano
to organise antlraaloon leagues In the
leading eltlea of that state.
Mra. Charlea B. Fee aad cnuaren ere
at the Portland, en route -from St Paul
to San Francisco, where they will loin
Mr. Fee, pasaenger traffic manager of
the Southern Pacific, with headquarters
In San Francisco, having for 17 years.
until recently, served the Northesn Pa
olflo as general . passenger agent ;,v
LEW1ST0N BANQUETS '
(Speelal Dlapatck to The JocrnaL)
Lewlaton. Idaho, July 1. The Rav-
mond hotel was the seen last' evening
of a large and brilliant reception., tha
gueat of honor being Governor Morrison,
who ' arrived' la the morning from the
eastern part of the state. During the
aar sa wu ui itch auvuv.'Ani vnj uu
at I o'olock a dinner was given In hla
honor by Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Thompson.
At o'clock a publlo reception was
given at the . Raymond. . The reception
committee Included many of the promi
nent 'people of this eectlon. Dr. U W.
Shaft was master of ceremonies. An
orchestra was in attendance and refresh
ments were served.
Today the governor left for Boise via
Spokane, having .completed his cam
paigning tour of the northern counties.
SUSPEND OPERATIONS -
AT SMUGGLER UNION
(Journal- Speetsl Service.)
Tellurlda, Colo.. July 1. With . the
closing of the Smuggler Union mine
that took place yesterday, it is aald that
several other mlrfee will suspend opera
tions within, a short time. ' It Is under
stood that the Smuggler Union mill will
olose down also, aa, soon aa. the supply
of ore now on hand Is eared for.
The only reason to far given to the
nubile for closing down -la contained tn
a statement made by Buckley Wells,
manager of the mine. In whloh he says
that the Smuggler Union waa dosed by
order.of tha directors, owing to the in
ability of the manayament to procure
a aufflolent number of thoroughly com
petent miners to properly work the prop
erty.. , -,' ' ' . ,
, CtTaUUg SXCmXTAJtY BSSXwirS.
(Journal Speda sarvlea.) r
Havana, July 1.' Secretary of State
Zeal oa' resignation - has been- aoeepteeV
Secretary of Finance Hontee will prob
ably err(t him.
The Niagara Clip
Holds papers up te a quarter lnPh thick.
I5c per 100. , $1.35 per 1000 -
J. R. EWING
177 Vouta St. T. It, O. A. uUdiag.
LEADERS ARE IN IT
LChlckerlnr. Webtr, Kimball,
f Hlf ltr .. Hnharl M
Cablg, Crowd, liaddorlf,' and
Scbumaorj' , - .
Plenty of Highest Orade PUnog at
Lowest Prices, but Time for Get
ting Tem la Short. . . . .
X few - more days and the greatest
Siano aale on record will be over, lluu
reds of piano, purchasers, proud of
their new possession, will gladly testify
to the beauty in tone and finish of th
pianos we have been selling during the
past few weeks. Nothing In the way of
spienuid values at smaw . prices any
thing like approaches this present saia
It la a certainty pianos like these will
not again be olferedt at such prices, be
cause mere is npi going to om ice ne
cesItyt Out ' warehouse, when com
pleted, will be large enough to house
aU .aui-stock.. . . ; ..........
::' Th-' piaiios.iL,
' Only for a abort time can planoa
that have no auperlor in the world be
aecured at such prices, Remember,
there, is the Chickertng. that for 11
years haa maintained the highest stand
ard of piano excellence, and the no-less
artistic Instruments, tha Weber of New
York, apd the Kimball of Chicago, the
very cnoice jiaxeiion, in umminr. j-nua-dalDhla's..
Dride:- the - wondarf ullr-excel-
letit Hobart -M. Cable, the many-toned
Cfuwn, the elegant Haddorrr, the old
reliable Schumann, the dainty, sweet
toned Rlcca, and In fact our entire Una,
comprising 2B makes of strictly repre
Merciless price-cutting has been re-aerted-
to to dispose of an immenae lot
of pianos tn a short time, and the fur
ther coupon privilege haa been granted,
in order that we may secure informa
tion in-regard to advertising, which will
be valuable to ua In the future, as well
aa at. the present time. -
1 .' V" Reductions5
Range all the way from flOO to 1)60 and
bear In mind the coupon for 121. if pre
sented, at time of purchase, helps just
that much more, ao. bring it along.
KilersPlano House, ttl Washington
atreet, corner Park. Tha biggest the
beat and most reliable, aa well as the
most popular concern onlha Paclllo
Large stores also San Frartclaeo and
Sacramento, CaL; Spokane and Seattle,
SHORTAGE OF WATER
(Continued from Page One)'
(100,000. gallons) to tha same height ea
the Highland tank, so that they may be
used and furnish Improved pressure on
the peninsula. " '.-s
- "The two-Aibina pumps, each having
a capacity 'of three and one-quartet
million, gallons In 14 hours, are kept
running constantly, but they are unable
to supply enough water to make up for
that wasted, during the warm weather.
Respectfully, ' FRANK T. DODGE. -
"Supt City Waterworks."
- - Wot Water Enough to Drink. '
This communication from Superin
tendent Dodge, was acknowledged by
Mr. Paget, who wrote aa follows I
"I thank you for your prompt reply,
fwhk)h yon handed me this evening. It
does not.' however, afford or Indicate
any immediate relief or change the fact
mat ai ainner time mis evening my
wife had to canvass the neighborhood
for fifteen minutes before ehe could
collect a drink ot water for us. which
hgd then to be converted Into lemonade
before It could be used. ' . . .
"Neither doee your letter prevent
some feeling-of resentment that -your
orlloe ebould today have laaued at leaat
one sprinkling permit right close to the
home that you have just learned eould
not procure ' water In an emergency
cauaed by sickness, ' Cannot the issuing
ot such permits be 'discontinued until
relief cornea T Cannot, Indeed, aome aueh
existing permits be withdrawn? ' I sug
gest this, as. no other method for im
mediate benefit is intimated by you."
Inquiry at North, Alblna discloses the
fact that a large number of the resi
dents are Buffering much Inconvenience
because of their Inability to get . water I
enough for their dally needa. It - fre
quently happens of late .that no water
at all can be obtained from tha pipes
and families are at times obliged to
resort to a grocery on the line of the
8i Johns cars, which le supplied with
a cistern, which Is filled during the
rainy season. "I couldn't get water
enough for dinner last night,- aald one
woman. - - "We never have enough for
our bath tub on the second floor, and If
we want to water the lawn we can do
It only after midnight." Similar state
ments are made by numerous other
realdente of the district. Moat of them
have little fault to And with the quality
of the water, but all agree that the
quantity le far ahort of the. require-'
Belief Xa to Sight.
The two large tanks at North Alblna
are being raised and it la expected that
this work wlU be finished within a week
or ten days. Considerable relief ahould
then be afforded, as the pressure will
be lncressed over a large area.
Superintendent Dodge aaya there la
no occasion for criticism of the quality
of tha water furnished to residents of
"If is drawn from wells -sunk In a
stratum of water-bearing gravel.' he
explained, "and It hae no connection,
with the WUlamette. river. The water
la healthful and sold, and though It car
ries a oertaln percentage or lime, this
is net Injurious to health,- and some
think that it ia positively beneficial.
As to the quantity. I think It would be
sufficient if the people were not waste
ful. The two pumps at Alblna station
are working night and day. and their,
combined capacity la over. 4.000,000 gal
lons a day. Supposing the population
of the peninsula Is 18,000 certainly -a
liberal estimate this would give 1 00
gallons per capita dally. The everage
consumption of water In the eltlea of
tha United States, according to care
fully compiled statistics, le ill gallons
par capita dally. This ahowa that -there
muat be an enormous wsste ot water
among our consumers. . Thla wests Is
chiefly 'In sprinkling lawna and tn irri
gation. The garden hose le frequently
allowed to run without a noxsle upon
ground that doee not need the water."
" DIES OP PNEUMOMA
(Joeraal SpeHaf Sarrtee.t
St Louts. July 1. J. R. Ryan, a mem
ber of the national Demooratle commit
tee front Nevada, died at the Jeftereon
hotel this morning of pneumoniae He
caught cold while en routs here and on
arriving waa compelled to take to hie
bed. - - .-. " '
0.'W. P. Trolley Line Schedule.
For Sunday and the Fourth of July
cars will leave First and Alder ae fol
lows; For Oregon City and Canamah
park, every 10 minutes; to Oreaham,
Eagle Creek and Kstacaito. at I;J0, 1.10,
1:10 and 11:10 a. m 1:10, I:t0. 1:10 and
T:I0 p. w. , ' .
! RETIRING SALEl
WE ARE UNDER OBLIGATIONS TO . THE PURCHASING PUBLIC (or the
generous patronage bestowed during the past month ince this GENUINE CLOSING'
J . OUT SALE was 'inaugurated, ; and we desire" Jo manifest ourjipprecUnLadet
5 - tion to place the best possible values' before theeoplentirour great stock of CLOTHING,
FURNISHING SlOpbS, HATS, SHOES, ETC, shall have been depleted. : ' . -
Why wear the heavy Winter Underweaf
during the heated spell when you can buy the
following values: ' ;. '. ; .''
Sur entire line of 50c and 60c' garments In a
magnificent assortment of weaves and CoK
,ors, such as pink, baby bhie, vicuna " "
ana tan at i . .. t
A' tremendous assortment of all weights and
makes, -In BLACKS, TANS CARDI
NALS "AND FANCIES, superUtive '
: values at 8e. 10. 12? and, .20
The genuine PRESIDENT at....;. ..354
PRINCE and FRENCH Jit. ...15a
CROWN at. . .. . ..... ... i . . . . .40
. All other makes in proportion.
The best stock' in the city of good, depend
' able values at an approximate reduction;
as . pur cbnt . -V;
STORE TO ,
5 ' Lease and r
Sale ' --
13S peooad Street Corner Aides.
Delicious Chlneaa noodle soup. Su
perb - chop auey. - Delicately flavored
vlanda of all descriptions. - Cleanest and
cheapest place in Chinatown. Private
Doxee xor parties. isoiee uiiam wun
shells and flowers. Handsomely carved
chairs all imported. - - -
Complete stock: All new goods, at low
est prices. .Come end buy here if you
want bargains. Confetti sale for car
nival. Tynamlte racxere; - regular iso.
special o per pecaage.
881 Morrison St. bet. Seventh aad Vark.
Proprietor of the
SVargeee ang Most Ootapleee
Brewery la the STertbwoe.
Bottled Beer a Specialty
: nunonia r ...
OAoe .lthaS SmrBslde arteeete.
rORTLAKU ORtXrOK. W -
j W. H.
121-123 Grand Aveoae
-Let the Little"
WKLL HELP ' -
THE ROAR! '
We are giving the best
possible values Jn
for BOYS and GIRLS--and
in addition will
giye, FREE of charge, -until
July 4th, a liberal .
supply of good, loud
fire crackers with every
Suit or pair of Shoes.
- dnYear oftr Successful Business
-369-371 MORRISON STREaT,
A; !j PRAQER & SONS
II I S A ffTEETH FREE
orar inn VAT.tar m txajb.
To Whom It May Concern.
I came to the above springs oa 'April
to take treatment for my ayes. I bad
a very saver attack of catarrh of tbe
eyea, was almost blind after treating
with the beet spectallata that eould be
found, and suffering for nine years,' I
have at last found a cure here at the
FAMOUS TUSCAN SPRINGS. I can
not praise them too 'highly. I hope that
others that are afTlloted will give them
a trial. K-Ptruuy, -
Room (01, Commercial Bldg.. Portland,
Mr, I. C Palmer, of Palmerr -Or, waa
cured of rheumatism. If you are eick
write to ua; we will give you tbe name
and addreee or eome one enrea ox a
similar complaint. . .
Tuscan Mineral Springs Corp
KMM9 soe TOm BOTTxa or stoxaox
AJT OATAmmal BAJbT.
, This is
In town where you set anything
and everything In Ladles' Tailor
ing. We make all klnda of light
weights, silks and clothe, Monte
Carlos. Suits. Shirt Wale t Suits,
IMTlMTTLLmiR. . v
. Phone, e lees.
In thla caae la far from a Vetting terra
t ho It's safe to wager that carpen
ters' tools even a single saw or ham
merbought from ua im mada of tested
materials by tried workmen. Nat to
dodge any issue, we state here (hat our
carpenters Bite ana any item o( tnem
win Dear eomparieon. wita me
Avery & f Co;
. SS TB3BJ STBBBT. .
19 Trjoms.. on Morrlaon at. VTeet Slda
with lease, 1 1. SO; doing good business;
party leavlug town.
". WAXTXB A. OBXXB. .
tot end 10114 Commercial Bldg.
GOLF SHIRtS S
,"' Our Immense Stock'of '. : 'y.
"Monarch" at 80c I
.AComplete Assortment of Colors uid New.;. J
. .' . ". "-est Styles. . . :.. . .' ; . '
Shield Bows , '. .... j0
Band Bows J. .... .a ....... ...l3Va1'
Clubs and Midgets...... '.J......... 12e
ALL 23c' TECKS and. 4-IN-HANDS. .154
ALL 50c TECKS and 4-IN-HANDS. ,33t .
Get some new Neckwear for the Fourth
and Carnival at these prices. Our assort
ment is complete and styles the latest. :
ALL4NONAMES. . ..... .$2.45 1
' Other makes at proportionate reductions.
STRAW HATS 50 PER CENT OFF
: ORDERS 5
- Promptly ---J
. Filled S
Boston Painless .Dentists
Are the only dentists" In Portland hav.
Ing the late botanical discovery to ap
ply to tbe gums for Painless Extracting,
nuyic ana crowning Teetn, ana guar-
antftra lor ten years.
ovxrf is bats xoma or cur satzs
All work contracted for during the
nest fifteen daya will be done any time
in the future at out rate prices, ,
Extracting .-. J, .;... . ....... XMBM '
Silver rilling 3ee
rail Set Teeth 13.00
Bridge Work ...,..$3.00
Bsamlnatlon .......... ..L.au. TBEB
Oold riUinge T6o
OoUT Orowaa .f3.O0
Teeth without Platee S3.00
- Orowaa aad Bridge Work at ' tow
Prices a specialty. Our Patent Double
Suotloa will hold you teetn a p. ,
Horn tn at once and take' advantage of .
low rates. AU work donevay specialists
without' pain and guaranteed for 10
offlcea"Tave been established
Boston Painless Dentists
Fifth and Morrison streets, entrance
ltt Morrlaon. . .
BRANCH pFnCES Til first eve,
Seattle: 0 Paolflo avenue, , Tacoma:
1?1 Hewitt avenue. Everett. Waah. . -
Juat te get ' acquainted with the good
people who will be here for a good time.
Stiver milage t; .
UaiA r tilings, ware .
.... Sl.Oa) .
woI4 Orowaa, tt-Z
mil Set Teeth ..
The Alba Dentists
a. B. Ooraee Pint aad Korriaoa. -.
Telephone, Mala S7M. .
Clea . .-
But Soal et... in 6
Beatoa, lamp at. ........ .........r o
Book spetsws ae...Maaj ....eaoe
Furniture For Sale Ko-jse Fcr
1 room a at a bargains email pyn"-:
down, balance to suit; lsylnr iumi,
West Side; loaaa yeara
WAZ.TXB A. OBZKsT,
10 Commercial bellJlng,
Best f V'-l
Coals J- v
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