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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 20, 1904.
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Bronaed and weather beaten from long
days ot exposure to the wind and aun
ajand hardened by tedious marches
.through a rough, aun scorched country.
ths Third Oregon regiment of infantry
and the First battery of Oregon artillery,
consisting- of all companies from I'ort
land and three from the ssstsrn part of
the state, reached home last evening
at s:4, and after a quick inarch to the
. armory, were dismissed by Colonel oan
tenbeln. - ;- . - . ... :
- For about-two weeks' the Oregon boys,
.together with regiments from Washing
ton and Idaho, have been in camp at
- American lake, a few miles out of
Taooma. , Besides the state militia, there
, wero also about 1.000 officers and men
of the United States regular army In
The regulars were represented by the
I Tenth ' Infantry. ' Nineteenth Infantry,
Twenty-sixth battery. United States field
artillery, troops H. F and H of thsKioth
cavalry and detachments from the Unl-
,ted States hospital and marine corps,
, The officers of the national guard had
1 little to do in the commanding, as orrv
, cers of the regular army were in charge
tof all the maneuvers. . . w
The encampment this year was meant
for a sort of schooling for the militia
men, and on the whole wss ths most
successful that has ever been; conducted
in the northwest '
. Spectacular maneuvers, dress parades
and fancy . drills were entirely done
away with. Mlmlo warfare was ths
general order, and at times ths engage
ments between the rival companies were
fierce enough to be decidedly interesting.
The -men were called upon to do on an
averags -It miles of marching a dayw
They would start at six or seven o'clock
In the morning and would -usually.' be
back by two or three o'clock in the
afternoon. The time from then until
tape waa taken tip by swimming in the
lake, athletic games and camp fun. Ths
food was all that could be expected, the
camp -waa -well -equifvped. ana on-tne
whole the weather was kind to them,
for they suffered but two 'days of rain
and that waa received with enthusiasm,
as it served to lay the dust
The Oregon boys were especially com-
pllraanted by General Funsten for their
igood behavior and efficiency in military
tactics. Idaho had a rather mutinous
set in the field. They were entangled
In two or three bad brawls and upon
one. rainy day refused to stir out of
camp. For this they were thrown into
the guard bouse. - -
"I never saw a better behaved lot of
men In my life," said an army officer
this morning, when speaking ot the
encampment. "With the exception of
the Idaho boys we had no trouble with
them at all." There la aome excuse for
them, as they were a green lot of fel-
llows snd were in the hands of inexper
ienced officers. Again,- they were oh
(the train for two days and three nights
and as soon as they arrived at the camp
ling ground they were given a rather
Jatlff march, which did not tend to Im
prove their tempers. ' dot in rtrst
two days ths duat was awfuL At times
it was difficult for a man in the ranks
to see the man marching directly in
front of him. When' the rain came, it
laid the dust but it made everything so
wet and muddy that maneuvers could
38M8S MORRISON ST.
We MUST Hove Not Week
The balance of our ilgh" "grade,
tailor-made , ' :
SUITS, CLOAKS. SKIRTS,
MFPT BR SOLD, at not -ours, but
VOCR PRICK. ,
This great opportunity will not
3"Sales Daily at 7 2:30 -
and 7:30 P. M.
CO XX, MtB An taxi m OOOOS
at tovb owi rues. m
TOOK X VST SOU).
, . 1 A. 1 LOWENSTETN,
Make yotfr selection of goods from
to 2 o'clock snd havs the goods
put up tor auction at the sale.
- Tour' requests readily granted. .
acKiov cotjbtt noirzxB mats
that nzvoia wax. mro xaob
o 7 ncizi CXXXK BT TOV1TO
axioos was ran ducotzjubs
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PRICES MADE LOW-QUALITY MAINTAINED
irs-OEVURTZ' WAYTO SELL TIiE THINQS MQST USED at the SMALLEST PRICES
not be well carried out."
DAY OF MOURNING
FOR ORTHODOX JEWS
With ths setting of the sun today
Jews throughout ths world will celebrate
the following day the "Fast of Ab," and
every orthodox Hebrew, whether dwell
ing in Russia or in America, will don
'the signs of mourning and weep afresh
for ths destruction of ths national ex
tatence of his race 1,814 years ago. '.
In this city-the orthodox Jews will
bold services at the Hall street ayna
gogue. Sixth - and Hall streets at I
o'clock this evening and at 1 tomorrow
. morning. Rev. Adolph Abbey will of
. ficlate. These will be no services in
the temple of the reform Jews.
I ' " COXCXX.T OB BXABA.
Brown's military band will render the
.following program at - the Plasa block,
'opposite the courthouse, tonight as
March "Constellation" ....Clark
Waltsea "Moonlight on the Hudson"
Overture -'"Crown Diamonds".... Auber
jTwo-atep -"Navajo" , .....Van Alstyne
.Excerpts from "King Dodo"..,.Luders
Cakewalk "Mr. Black Man" Pryor
Piece dl Salon "The Nightingale and
- the Frogs" Ellenberg
Medley of Popular Songs ...DeWltt
Gavotte "Simplicity" ...Tobani
Two-step graceful Henry" Kelly
Charles X Brown, conductor.
. Artificial Byes Ktted. "
large stock at D. Chambers, 12 7th.
Jacob Schnltt a Jackson county pio
neer, who is a delegate to the A. O.
U. W. grand . lodge meeting, saya that
the fabulous strike made by the Brigga
family on Sucker creek in southern Ore
gon is another jraae of a lost bonansa
found, and avers that . the wonderful
ledge was first discovered in 116&. Mr.
Schmltt has for many years been a rest'
dent of Jacksonville, the oldest and i
its day tho richest mining camp in Ore
gon. He Is a cooper by trade, but in
hla old age he follows horticulture and
carpentering in their respective seasons.
and between times be goes prospecting.
This has been his habit - for years,
and he has In his. career met nearly all
the mining men of note in the atata.
Thia la hla story of ths first Sucker
creek strike: . .
When the Indian troubles of 1856
began, two men, named Belleville and
Miller, who were coming to Join the In
dlan fighters, crossed a range of moun
tains about 40 mllea southeast of Jack
sonvllle, and there struck a ledge from
which they took some quarts that waa
nearly pure gold. Each man carried
away a amall piece. Intending to go back
after fhe Indian war waa over and work
the mine. On their way next day they
got lost, and afterward they never were
able to re-locate the place. Belleville
was ths only man who cams Into Jack
sonville with his specimen.! It -was
about a quarter of a pound. He got
1100 for It He told me, in describing
the place, that on the top of a high
mountain . near the quarts vein they
could see the odean. - This Is exactly
the description given of the Briggs ledge
and it Is the only place In that district
where ths ocean can be seen. Belleville
spent the remainder of his life and all
the money he could earn trying to re
locate the ledge, but died without find'
Ing It Miller alao la dead. But their
ledge has at last been found accidental
ly by a farmer boy out hunting, who
probably never even heard of Belleville
or Miller. The Briggs havs at present
I8B.000 In gold in the bank at Grants
Pass, and enough more In sight at ths
ledge to make fortunes for all of them."
Portland Citizens Should
Weigh Well This
., Proof of merit In the evidence.
, Convincing evidence in Portland.
. Is not the testimony of strangers.
' 17 But the endorsement of Portland peo-
. That's ths kind of proof given here.
. Ths statement of a Portland cltlsen.
O. H. Sprtngrneyer, expresaman, resid
ing ai iv 19 nr at reel, says: ' Ex
posure to rough weather and the con-
J 'stunt Jarring of the wagon -while I was
riding brought on kidney trouble. My
bark ached almost constantly and the
muscles controlling the bladder appeared
- iweak and their action far too frequent
loan's Kidney Pills cams to my notice
;ani i got a oox at the uut-iMvia Drug
company's store, corner of Yamhill and
'Third streets. The pain in my back was
relieved aiut the kidney secretions be-
. rame norma. Two boxes fit Doan l
Kidney rills brought about this result,
.and It Is with pleasure That I' recom
mend this effective preparation to
othera." . - ,. '
Tor sals by all dealers, price 69 cents.
Foeter-Mllbnrn Co.. Buffalo, N. T., sols
.gents for the United States.
- Rem em her ths name Ixnji'g and
lake ne other. , . ,
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GIVE MUSICALC AT
The following program - will be ren
dered tonight at the Seamen s institute,
100 North Front street, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Viola GUbert-Ferneyhough
Piano solo Selected
Miss Elizabeth Hoben.
Caster Song "You Can Get a Sweet
heart Any Day, But Not Another
Recitation The Story the Fiddle
-. Miss Eugenia Craig,"
Soprano solo "Sing C' ........ .Denxa
Mrs. viola OUbert-Ferneyhough.
Male quartet '"Under Southern Skies"
James Johnson, Otis Fry, Nell Crounoe,
Curtis Robinson . A
Recitation "Break, Break". ..Tennyson
Miss Augustus Humphrey.
Tenor solo "Tho Holy City". .. .Adams
Mr. Howard, steamer Tottenham.
Contralto solo "Sing Me to Sleep"..
Miss Emms Wlgls.
Popular song "I'll Be Tour Sweet-
Mr. Livingstons, steamer. Tottenham.
National hymn 'America" .........
Accompanist, Miss Elisabeth- Hoben.
NEW FOLDER IS
A WORK OF ART
R. M. Hall, advertising agent of ths
O. R. ft N. Co., and 8. Glenn Andrus.
special writer for a Chicago paper, re
turned yesterday from a trip through
the wheat elections of Oregon and Wash
ington snd a trip up ths Columbia. Mr,
Andrus Is preparing special articles for
hla paper on the great northwest, -and
Mr. Hall was superintending the distri
bution of the pamphlet "The Columbia
Klver, Through the Cascades to the Pa-
clflo Oeean," which waa recently lesued
by the passenger department of the O.
R. ft N.
Fifty thousand of ths folders wsre is
sued by A, Ij. Craig, general passenger
agent The folders contain two colored
outside pagea of special deal (IT and on
ons side there is map of the Columbia
riverfront Arlington to the Pacific
ocean. The map shows svery curve of
the O. R.-A N. tracks,' every tunnel,
every waterfall and the river In com
plete and varied detail. . There are also
shown Mount Hood, Mount St Helen's
and 'Mount Adam a Ths map shows
every town from Arlington to the ocean.
The original drawing waa made by a
special artist who was brought frrn
Chicsgo for ha purpose He" spent
from July till November traversing ths
Now's the Tithe to Buy a Steel Range ;
Eclipse Steel Range
,' ' OUR JULY PRICES,
. $27.50 and Upwards
ONE DOLLAR DOWN AND
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK
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Old Stoves Men in Exchange at Full Value
A STANDARD HIGH ARM,:
PROP HEAD, C. & C. MA
CHINE,' SOLID GOLDEN
, OAK FINISH, WARRANT
. ED FOR 10 YEARS. -
A machine of the very highest
grade. . Material, worjtmanship
and finish the very best. Every
part adjustable, to take up wear.
Every modern improvement of
practical merit Every attach-.
ment for fancy work. Every
important journal has ball bear
ings. Every machine warranted
to give perfect satisfaction and
do perfect work. Every ma
chine an attractive model, prac
tically v constructed, noiseless
running.' : - . v
WE SELL THE MACHINES
FOR AS LITTLE AS $20 IN
PAYMENTS OF ?l.QO, A
$1.00 Down and
$1.00 a Week
This is Go-Cart Week at Gevurtz . and eyery baby's mother
that purchases a Go-Cart here this week will get a Cart at a
full 20 to 30 per cent reduction off of what they can b bought
for elsewhere in this city. Just the thing for giving the young
sters an outing at the coast or at home. We will sell you any
Cart in the house
ONE DOLLAR DOWN AND ONE
DOLLAR A WEEK
Thousands of Styles, and Grades to Select
"From. WE HAVE THEM FRdM
. i yii " nwii)ii i TO "
$1.00 Down and
$1.00 a Week
. It for Less
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Open ah Account
, With Us
i Easy Payments;
21 9-227 YAMHILL STREET
OUR LITTLE-AT-A-TIME . PLAN GIVES YOU WHAT YOU
WANT JUST WHEN YOU WANT IT
$1.00 Buys Any Piece of Furniture IKjI's'H
GREAT A- 111 , . . .... ... . j,. .... . . ... -,l
country and making- psncll drawing's.
Ths work cost tba O. R. N. Co. $1,600.
Ths map devotes considerable space to
Portland, showing- every building; of Im
portance In ths city. An Issus of 50.000
folders will be mads each year, and ar
rangements have been completed to add
mors colors to next year's Issue.
Recent Purchasers of , Underwood
Ths Oregon Dally Journal '
Ladd Metals company, two. . .
Order of Washington..
. Carnegie Steel company, three.
unaries r . ueeoe at co.
James jMSnner it Co. '
S. Morton Cohn.
Faciflo Mutual Life Insurance .com
Pacific Electric company. -
Oregon Furniture Manufacturing com
U. 8. lighthouse engineer, i -
Many other prominent Portland ceo-
pie, . ..,.,
Agency at 5 Front street ' -
Vref emd Stock Oanasd Oooda.
Allen Lswls Best Brand. "
The tndnrwood '.ypewrlter Is eaulpped
with a tabulator at no extra cost.
Are You Going to
Build a Home?
If so, let us give you flgures on
TouirnndMt to your advantage
to see us before you buy. We do
aU kinds of
General Mill Work
Central Sash &
Tl miT fT, neat, Kala 4798,
And Chinese Goods, consisting of
ivory carvings, . fine Decorated
Porcelain, ' Bronze, : new Brass
Wares, Satsuma Ware, Cloisson
nie, Silk Embroideries, Screens,
Mattings, etc. We are compelled
to vacate our store July 30, and
MUST close out the entire stock
at once at auction. .The public
is cordially incited to attend this
sale at 10:30 a. m. and 1:30 and
7:30 p. m.
ADREW KAN & CO.
Corner, Fourth- and Morrison.
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EvMlCNiMieii CO. ,t ms-.
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bf iprM. prepaid, tot
SI OS. srIkottl.rk '
UrcaUr Ml ea nasssk
Dr. W. Norton Davis.
IN A WEEK
W. treat successfully all private,
nervous and chronic diseases, also blood.
stomach., heart Uvsr, kidney and throat
troubles. We .cure SYPHILIS (without
nisroury) to stay cured forever, in to
v asys, w. remove OTRICTUREJ, wlttt
out operation or pain, in fifteen days. .
WE CUBE C0N0BB00EA IN A WEEK
Ths doctors nt Imtltnfa ra all
regular graduatea, have had many
fears experience, have been anown la
ortland for 16 years. Have a r.putatlos
to maintain, ana will undertake no
unless eertsln cure can be effected.
l aniarantee a cure tn every eass
we undertake op har am fi. Con
sulfation free. Lot t era confldmtlsj. In
struct! ve BOOKOR MSN mailed free
in plain wrapper. ;
If you cannot asJI at nfflna. write tar
question blank for home treatment
Office hours to ft. and T to 1. Sundays
and holldaya. I to It
Th. leading specialists In the Northwest
Established Ills. -
Dr. W. Norton Davis & Co.
Tea oy ot.l. sr. B." Cos. Thurd and
. Viae Btoeeta. . ,
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If r IP Qm2r
ols) br all Druccist. r sain sirs. '
BAR FIXTURES BILLIARD TABLES
.From Us, and YOUR LIQUORS WHERE
YOJU PLEASE, , if you want to save money
and stay in business.
The Brunswick-Balke Collender Co.
A POOR HOUTH
.Spoils many s pretty fac. If toot teets
ar. ponr, tot a help Jm to an and pre
serve them. If thej molt b. extrartrd we'll
do It without pain to roe. Oiir rrtm of
crows sad brldg. work la slmpl.,. Quick and
. Otahilahed in Portland IT years. "
Dr. r. A. Blarkmor. will have charge ot
ear Omhin office evrry Raturilay. Th. do
tor l a irraitnate and reslufpren dentlut and
we feel roundest that ke will tnat tb. 4Me
-pis rlht -t t i
WISE BROS., Dentists
. w. a. was.
f0-lll FAILING BLDO. Open evenings till .
Cornsr THIRD AND WASHINGTON.
Sundays, from to It
'; Phone, Main 102t. i
' By ths lack of fsnds no man needs miss
th. opportunities this hardware show-)
ing offers, because little money doss
much buying here, and buys s quality
that elsewhere you'Jl pay more for. ,
a nros stxxxt.
O. W. DOWUI, atanares.
Bates from 1 to MMi pet day.
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