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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 1'. 1904.
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Sweepii Bf gains Jtveryiig
m If M:
. 1.86 SUITS FOR
$17.50 SUITS FOR
- $20 TO $30 SUITS FdRT
$12.50 TO $15 TOP COATS -
.- FOR : "-. " 7
, $20 TO $25 TOP. COATS '
, $50 OVERCOATS FOR
; Money Back If Not Satisfied '
In Every Case. ; V-
iZxraoTATiov or ixowbu i-
,;anrani;u Tn nun
oonxnova Bxoom sittjiTtt
omors mvmm tom uox or
Thtre ar. no Indication, that rain will
- fall In thla immedlata aectlon aoon. In
. aplta of tba complaint, of farmer, and
others who ara n .or need of ahowera.
tha weather office haa no enoouraement
to otter. At 1 o'clock thla afternoon It
waa announced that fair weather would
likely bo experienced In thla aectlon and
weather condition, had become aettled
..to auch an extent aa to dl.pel anr lndl-
cattona of ralnX - .
Earlr thla mornlna- clouda appeared
".and the aky waa threatenlna- for a time.
Consequently a predlotlon of poaalble
; .rain waa made. . Later -in the day the
,T clouda. disappeared completely and this
afternoon, it la aald. there ara po Im
mediate proapecta of rain. . . -The
hot weather la over, according- to
the weather office,, at -leaat-ttja over
. temporarily. In many of the weatern
atatea ralna have occurred, but for aome
reaaon unknown to the weather office,
they have omitted Portland from the list
In each ca.e. They had a cooling effect
throughout the entire west and con
. Weather officials believe that a aim
- ' liar spell of hot weather la not likely.
"It la alao aald that rain la thla vicinity
. la very. Improbable . unless conditions
undergo a complete change. . ' .
'. SKOBT OBOF ZXPXOTXS. ,
Xaek of Bala Xeepa Bows the feop
.; - . . Tarda. .- .
.' j (fecial Duipttek to The Joarnal.), " '
Salem, Or., July 1, Joseph Harris, a
nop dealer,reporta hat hope In Wash
r ' Ingtoa are In an unpromising condition
with prospecta that the crop will be
' from 16,000 to 40,000 bales. In New
York he says about the aame condition
exlats as last rear, and the crop will
. not amount to more than 410,000 bales,
or less than half a crop.
Mr. Harris give, reports of partial
, failures . from different part ot the
continent, and seems to think the pros
pect for good prices Jtor tHe coming
crop-Is excellent. - 7
With favorable weather Oregon. will
produce aa many hope aa It did last
year. The vines appear 4o be healthy,
but ara not arming out aa wall as ex
. peoted. A heavy rain within the next
47 would benefit the crop Jnaterl
ally. . -
Those who have persistently predicted
a product of from 100,000 to 110,000
r-. bales for Oregon will be sadly dlaap
; pointed. - Mr, Harrla thinks.. The new
acreage of hops which waa planted laet
year la on an average extremely poor.
Practically ho vermin has made tta ap-
Seventy-five per' cent of the hops
which' were planted this 1 spring are
worthless, and consequently will have"
...wl to be plowed tip.
W. K Kgan's Oa.ton ward,-' which
, produced heavily last year, will not
. make more than a few hundred pound.
' I per acre.
The Laurel hills, In ' .Washington
Shelves loaded with n
able values Jrri
OOQ or less
$2 Shoes vv $1.25
$5 ShoeV. . $2.99
$2.50 Shoes J $1.50
$7 Shoes .;. $3.50
$3.50 Shoes . $2,00
$2 Slippers. . . .60c
See Paul Strain when looking
county, ara reported In poor condition,
and growers are claiming half a crop.
On an average the crops In Washing
ton . and Yamhill, countlea are reported
hot nearly aa good as laat year.
James F. Finney's yard of SI acres
on French prairie Is not expected to
mak mora .than one-third of laat year's
crop. , : . .
Seventeen acres of Krebs Bros.' Ma
rlon oounty yard, which laat year pro
duced .1,700 pound, an acre, will raise
thla year about 400 pounds per acre.
John Walling, Gilbert Patteraoa.
Hor.t Bros Riley Cooler and other
owners of rlvor bottom yards report
that the crop will be St per sent short
tnis year. .. - ,
roiiX vOTnrrr sirmas.
ops, Orala and FnUt AH Affected by
, Drought, . -
""- (Spcdil Dtatcfe to The Joaraet) " '
Independence, Of.T July l.-r-The con
tinued warm dry weather Is doing Ir
reparable damage to the whole of this
county. Hop. are not - throwing out
arm. at all. Borne hop growers say that
although there Will not be over two
third, of a orop-they Wlteve, owing to
the Increase In acreage, the yield will
not be aa small, aa la generally pre
dicted. Berriea are looking - well and
large crop, will probably be the result.
The strawberry crop waa very light-thla
aeaaon. Field, that generally yield. SO
buahels of grain to the- acre will not
yield more than ; one-third to one-half
a crop this year. ' . -
' . KABTBSTZVa BBMTSr.!
. (Special Dtepatefc - te The Journal.)
Pendleton. Or., July l.-r-A. B. Cooley,
one of the prosperous farmers -of Uma
tilla county, who resides IS miles north
west of this city, haa commenced har
vesting a crop of 700 acres of barley,
which It la estimated will yield from 40
to 46 bushels an acre. Dr. Campbell,
living near Mr. Cooley, will begin har
vesting his wheat crop luly 6. H esti
mate, that It will yield from 16 to SO
buahels an acre. -
BBOXSTXBB9 109 DBQBBES
(Special Dispatch to .The Journal.) '
The Dalles, Or.J July t The ther
mometer on - Wednesday registered -101
degreea. Even the night following waa
hot, which la something unusual In thla
vicinity. Today la cool- and. cloudy and
a cool west wind Is blowing.
Sane Third and Fourth.
If you're particularly anxious to save
your temper, anxious to let the neigh
bor boys Jive and anxious to avoid star,
tied nerves and a aevere headache, take
the palatlal-('BaileyQaltsert" for a. day a
Outing up the C61umnla toy Cascade
LocH on Monday, the Fourth- Steamer
leaVea Alder street wharf -at (:I0 a. !
returning to Portland at 6:S0. ' Excel
lent meals served on board. Round trip
tl. -"Gatiert" make same trtp Sunday,
the; d.y before -the,-Fourth, -eonneetlng
with the steamer "Regulator" for points
abovs the locks.
7 SAWMZXi BTTBBBB. -
(Special Dispatch te The JeoraaL)
Daley, Waah., July ' 1. Ferguson A
Hopkins' big sawmill containing 160.000
feet of dr lumoer, went up In smoke
yesteraay. ine origin or tne nre la
unknown. - Lpss,. IJ.000.- Small Insur
ance. Hives are a terrible torment to the
little folks, and to' some older ones.
Kaally cured. Iran's Ointment nver
tn. In(ant relief, permanent cure.
At any drug store, (0 cents, .
than 19c on the SI. 00. At the service of whoever may call to buy.
ARABIA TO SAIL" .
FOR THE FAR EAST
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- XOXJ SXBTIOZB ABOlBV OB Z.OV
MAY'S . BODY, . BXTT V TXXB IS
AOAIBST JbAW '
If all goes well the oriental liner
Arabia will sail for, the far east tomor
row morning before daylight. . Captain
Pope moved her up from the Alblna
dock last evening to the Southern Pay
clflo wharf, where she -will receive the
laat of her cargo. Aa the warships are
lying In that vicinity. It required some
very expert piloting to bring her through
the draw of the steel bridge and placed
In the desired position for taking on
freight Only one towboat waa avail
able at the time, but the big liner was
made to glide through the draw and cir
cle around the armed fleet as easily as
though vane had been a toy boat,'- She
paeaed within a few feet of the monitor
Wyoming, and had not the small craft
alongside of her been removed In the
nick of time, they would have sustained
With the . Arabia lying In the vicinity
of the warahlpa another attraction Is
provided for the large number of visit
ors who call down thai way every day.
She" la receiving about aa much atten
tion as btt big formidable-looking neigh-
It, Is said that soma of the Chinese
residents were preparing to hold
services on the steamer, Juat prior to her
departure, ovef the body of Lou May, a
prominent. Chinese merchant, whoae re-
jnalns are going to be shipped back to
the orient. But the captain announces
that It will be impossible for the de
ceased man's fclenda -to carry out such
program. He explains that the Immi
gration authorities wUl not permtt.it, aa
they have' an Iron-clad rule. In force for
bidding any Chinese to- gov aboard a.
steamer Just previous to her sailing unices-they
intend making the' passage.
Unless they have bualness of a vary Im
portant nature they-- are - not allowed
aboard at any other time.' ' There Is
hardly a day elapses that a Chinaman
la not Drevented from going aboard. -
The cargo -of the - Arabia comprises
about 8.00 otona. .It la made up of SI,-
f 7D arrets of Iiour valued at IU4.705.
one pacagr of fTour samples. ohSbar
rel of crockery,- four boxes of dried
prunes, one. box Of books. 186 boxes of
cigarettes, IS cases . of smoking to
bacco, 6 pieces of boilers and machin
ery,. 10 1 flateer-trucks, TS car bodies, IS
box ' parte and six pieces of structural
iron. ZHetoui value of the cargo Is
BOOX BMPX.OYBS'TBAB SKBBMZO.
Ixrw.i Bocks Ara fcoadea Witt Sewerage
ana revet Kay Follow. '
tlnlees the docks should be thoroughly
cleaned after the high water subsides
It Is feared that much' sic knees . will
follow the occupancy of the docks. The
water has gone down sufficiently to
permit of the lower dorks again being
occupied, and a few of the offices have
already been .moved from the -flpper
floor a. " Owing- to the lower .floors
havlnr been Inundated so long they are
In a SMthy condition. Decayed vegeta
tion and other refuse matter Lav been
. . - -
for' Ijttle prices.
carried down stream from points up the
river. Much of the stuff has', found
lodgment between' the board, and crev
ices, making Jt,. difficult to remove.
To make matters worse the sewerage
from several pipes at various points up
stream haa been the means of adding
to the f)lth which has accumulated- on
the docks. The agents are busy clean
ing up the premise, and getting things
straightened out In proper shape, but
some little tlrse will elapse before the
lower docks can be Inhabited with com
fort. During -the heat -of - the day the
odor' arising from the many accumula
tions which -cannot be easily removed
Is almoat Intolerable.
The foul trmell originates partly from
the decayed vegetables which have been
thrown on the banks of the river by the
Front street .merchants. The:
waahed down by the high water and they
afterwards became faatened under the
docks. The fruit and vegetables will
probably remain there until they become
so badly decompoaed as to lose their
strength. But before this time arrives
the greater part of the summer will be
over, and considerable -sickness- will
In order to ward off disease thoae
who are obliged to be In the vicinity of
the waterfont for any great length of
time are using quinine freely,
BBYBOOX ZS BVST,
Takes On Biff Barge and Three" Other
Y ess els Will Be Booked Soon.
A barge SS6 feet In length and be
longing to Wakefield at Jameson., waa
taken on the" dry dock yesterday to be
repaired. The barge Is . lonker and of
greater weight than any of the vessel.
which have been taken on the dock ex
cepting the Brltl.h ship Beacon Rock
which Is now occupying the three Inner
It Is expected that both vessels wtfl
be In shape -to lower Into the water
about Monday. Better progreaa Is being
made In completing the ' work on the
ship tbsn waa at flrtt thought would
be,, the case. The' barge la pelnug over
hauled . and . recaulked. .
When these veesels are -out of the
wav It la likely that the dredge W. 8.
Ladd will be taken ort the structure for
treatment. She la owned by the govern
ment and has been in. commission of
late. near the mouth of Ihe river. It la
said 'that th painting and cleaning of
her hull will be about the only atten
tion aha will require. . - .
The owners have announced 'It ae
their Intention- to dock ' the schooners
Mabel Oale and Virginia here in a short
time. They are plying regularly be
tween here and southern California
ports In the lumber trade. -All the In
dications go to show that the local dry
jlockls. going to.be kept In steady op
eratlon the greater part of the sessoh.
X.OQOEBS OOMB FOB TOTBTH.
A Is usually the case, all the logging
eamp's down the Columbia hava closed
down until after the. Fourth., and, the
-wlelders- -of - ths ax- are- flocking :lntd
Portland bx. the boatload to participate
In the celebration scheduled .- to come
off on Monday. . On the Lurllne, which
fVriived this morning,- there were nearly
100 loggers, who state that there are
more to follow them.- They cams from
Stella and Oak Point principally. By
the first of the week they eetlmate that
there will be In the neighborhood Of
1,000 of them In Portland from their im
In the logging camps along' the Co
lumbia river there la a period of time
extending over ' seven ' days which has
been christened' ss Fourth of July week,
and 'during Its continuance thre Is no
work of any nature- done. Soma take
advantage M tie opportunity, to enjoy
Negligee and Dress
Shirts; Coats and Vests;
Gloves, Neckwear, Socks,
chiefs, Collars and Cufis,
Sweaters, Overalls,' Suit
Cases, Telescopes" Um
brellas, or anything that
-belongs to the - wearing
apparel of men; is now
on sale at THE HUB at
19 cents 'on the "dollar.
Come " to - the Carnival
then to THE HUB. You
will - find a - carnival of
He is the tnaster of low prices
a holiday, while others spend .the time
at celebrating. Then' they return to
their labors and Anxiously wait for the
next season of festivity to roll around.
which Is usually about Christmas time..
' It Is said that the steamers plying
down that way will do a big bualness
during the next few days. - '-
- Tomorrow morning the new steamer
Oregona Of the Oregon City 'Transportation-
company's--fleet will- go out on her
maiden. trip. She will go up the river
as far as Salem.- . .
After having her boilers repaired the
steamer DaUes City will again resume
her run tomorrow,
. Carrying a general cargo ths steam
schooner Aurella arrived In port this
morning from San Franclaco. The cap
tain reporta that he encountered head
wlnda all the way up the coast, and as
a consequence (he vessel .arrived a day
F. P. Baumgartner,-local agent of the
California eV Oregon Coaat Steamahip
company, waa Informed this morning
that the steamer Nome City .had been
chartered by an excursion party to make
a trtpJ on Puget-sound on the Fourth,
and he' waa Invited to go to Seattle end
assume management of the affair.
OBSERVE GRAND ARMY
DAY AT LA GRANDE
(Special Dlapateh to' The JonraaL) !
La Orande, Or.,' July' 1. Grand Army
day Is being observed at the eastern
Oregon reunion In this city of the O. A.
R. veterans. Women's Relief Corps and
Bona Of Veterans; The camping ground
la crowded with tents. Addresses were
made this afternoon by the assistant adjutant-general
.The election of officers will also' take
place today ' and tfmlght there' will be,
another pig campnre. , The1 bis crowds
now in the city will remain until after
the big celebration on the Fourth, to be
held here. ' ' 4
Are You Going to
Build a Home?
If BoTletus five you figures on
-You'll find It to your advantage
to see us before you buy. We do
all klnda of - . ' .
General Mill Work"
Central Sash &
n KBST ST. noma, Stain 4710.
Stetson $5. Hats for $2.50
10 for att- 40o Straw Hat.
254 for al! tl.00 Btraw Hats.
60 for all $1.00 Btraw Hats. '
25.for 200 Hata In oft ilze. and
. olora In rtlft make onlr.
50 for 100 regular aummer atock
11.00 and $1.60 Hat In aoft and.
SI. OO -buy all fin. Fuf Hata In
$1.76, $3.00 and $J26 Taluea. '
f I.6O for 13.00 Hefta. ,
I Elgin, Walthdm or Hampden, filled, guaranteed 20. yrs.
" ; : $10.00 UP " T'
. Diamond Case Watches, solid 14 k. gold
$40.00 UP ;
Ladies' 20eaF filled Elgin or Waltham
..; t $15.00 r ,; 'vji
ABENDROTH BROS. SfcSif
334 AYashington Street(Portland OregosV
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, -) JILT 1. AID I
Week Bay S:30, Sunday t(30 p. as.
Admlaalon ase. ChUdrea 15c
lVadles' Days Thursday and Friday.
OOKDXAT SUIBZXt; ktaaasera, ;
" r: TOMOHT, IBS UELODBAMA -,
"The BufTalo Mystery1.;
MATIKEB SATDBDAT. - .
Heat week, ttartlns Snijaay nattnee, Jaly t.
jule waiters unneey ufsbm,
'Must Struck Town"
"JV8TTne TRINO FOR HOT WEATHKRy
aiatinee pricea, lue ana we,
Mhu, loc, aot and Joe. '
rue Divrn Tneirnc neae.
JIU. DAIU.rt IIILWtllVl. taoi,
, Searte L. 8kr. Bale Laeare sad atauas.
All Weea Opening of THB NEW BAKES
tTWBa a UUi. wmaliM saeai
nriIDT AM A iV"
Ktenlnr. BO, m. Matinee,' 'Hi. ISnOa,
. NBXT WEBK-2-"THB BLTTICRrUEa."
, i - fwrtn snl Start Btreeta
Tbe topic of HortUnd ennvaattoa.
a vaaaartiie Tsaatre t aotuai a.i
. Bverr eTeiiln., at 8:00 o'ctork.-
MMIn ererr annd., S o. aa,
rkEE 'ADkUBSION rXXK.
SEVENTH AND WasiUltOTON. - ,
I M te t M. T Setal:.
gritAY IONTIM W.1 FKOM I Tfl te
TOE LAIJIKH. KNTLRMK!t AN0 CH1LDR1I,
tlZ'Zl'.ZX TL1 C1MJ 19 r.Y JUT.
' . ft
ie man who broke the back
the 100-per-cent . profit '
clothing men 'of Portland,
andrecently subscribed $100
to the Federated Trades Car- -nival,"all
other clothing men
combined contributing but
$185. This shows who's .the
"friend of the laboring man.
Have the same careful
attention as .if the t pur
chaser called m person.
State length of legand
arms, waist - and hip
rneasurementsT etc. , .
I, : -
Tbe Wm of polite vaadevllle. Contlns
eas pernwmaoce fmn t te 4:. '10 p. av Kf.nlna
pcrformanees from T:SO to-10:30 p. sa, Sua
injt, contlnnooa 9 to 10:30 p. ni.
AVT ISA! THB THEATKK. Me.
..jlroadwaxsivs Bew Bitravagaaaa. ;
MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
DOWN. THE PIKE 1 ,
... ..j moura for 10. to SOo. v '
Empire Tkeatre. , y. Boaday BlglUa.
- is ora :-'
Vaudeville Playhouse "
' tAXX AITO WAIKTJf OTO ITS. , -
Shows toalght at T 80. :30 and S 30. Ae
ailaaloa 14 eanta.
. (Corset Alder ssd STMiIa.) , '
' r-- HIOH-CLASS v .
' 1:S0 to 4:30. T: iTS sn.
Ckattaaona Dertorviance flundar, S to 10
TEX CETS-i0 HICXXE. .
MAZE CAFE Special Attractions
v . l! Third Ltrtm.. , ,
THIS WKEK Ln. and BnataetU. h fm
adla fla1tatnra (a Kom.a aword oomhat ao-t
cannon ball Jnr't": Mil. SnalnetTa, tba tnxf
ladr eannaB hall Jugfl.r la tba World. Km I
nlM sln bar. . , .
mED raiTE. rn w. u. now, vv.
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