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THE OREGON DAILY ; JOURNAL'. PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENINQ.' JULY 21, 1904.
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FOR NEW YORK
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Uouul Bnetal Serrlee.) -
Eaopus. July llJohn B. McDonald's
yacht. the Sapphire, sailed to New Tork
thla mornta with her ownev Ausust
Belmont and Justice Morgan crwnen.
' Judge Parker and hla brother dined
Aboard the yacht laat night
When Parker went down to tha dock
for hla clunae early Yesterday morn
.. Inr the crew of the Sapphire waa Juat
haulm up the anohor.- Mcuonaia ana
O'Brien throat their head from the
cabin wlndowa and called a luaty greet
ing, and were chlded by the nominee for
oversleeping. . Parker waa stm spiaan
lnr about aa the vessel Bailed away.
The Judge took hla nsual horseback
"ride thla morning, accompanied by hla
F-ttaughten-Mra. Parker and her aUter
went to New Tork shopping;.
SATIS X.BATKS CRT.
(Joaraal Sparta Service.)
TTNeW Tork, JuJy SI. Vloo-presiaentlal
' nominee Davie Jeft today for Bedford
' Springs, Pa-, where ha will paaa the next
few daya .preparing hla letter of ac
ceptance. Me thlnka Gorman ahould
have tha national committee chairman.
oosxtxx.t ramns srxacK.
(Joarbal Special Serrlee.) '
Oyater Bay. Jnly 11. President Roose
velt has finished hla apeech of accept
ance, and tha manuscript la now In the
hande of the printer, it fa understood
It make a three oolumne In print.
No visitors were received today.' The
' prealdent read, wrote, played tennis,
swam and lounged about the veranda,
j Edwin J. Hog-well, who fired eeveral
'ahota from; two revolver Into a crowd
of men In front of the Hotel Bvea, on
Sixteenth atreet. between Thurtnan and
Pa vler, was thla morning arraigned in
the municipal court on a. charge xt as
sault with a' dangerous weapon... Hla
case will he heard tomorrow morning.
In the meantime he la being held on
bonds of 11.000. He ta In the city jalL
Hogwell flred aeveraj ahota last night,
without warning, .and It la believed he
I mentally irresponsible. Among the
crowd waa 8. Westburg, a well-known
cement contractor, and ha was struck
In tha head by on of tha bullets. He
was taken to the Oood Samaritan hos
pital, where hit wound waa dressed. Ha
, will recover soon. ,
WOA XJLXTMOM CaVDTSXB.
. (Joaraal Special Service.) V
v Fan Francisco, July II. The cruiser
Couth Dakota will be launched at 0:40
o'clock , thla evening, as per schedule.
Tha conditions for a successful launch
ing arer ideal.
- THE STORE NOTED TOR BEST
Get it here, if you want high grade goods at a great cut in
prices." Without doubt we -are selling high class, seasonable
goods at smaller prices than this house has ever doneSjuring
its quarter-century of business. Come in FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY and see what'
values we are giving.
A swell line of Sample
Waists no two alike, highly
tailored and trimmed in white
and colors, made up in lawn,
dimities and percales. Excel
lent values for former sale
prices a great snap at the
prices quoted here.
White Waists, worth $1.50
and $2.00, for only.... 054
Colored Waists, worth 75c
' and $1.00, for' only.... 45)
In ages from 3 to 12 years,
45V 50V 75S 91.00,
;Mpde JPatterns .with e very
$1.00 purchase, 'ask for them.
. . Take Corner Entrance,
THE ONLY EXatSIVE DRY
unu Arm oatcv&ATrsTO aid
urnvsa quixt rear asm towjt
XXTTU BTJSMXSS TmAKlACTID
xxr oovBTxousa orrcexs.
(Special Dlapatra to The tarsal.)
Vancouver. Waeh July 11. Tha ther
mometer at Vancouver registered Of In
the shade yesterday..-. With thla Intend
beat and little air circulating, the al
ready aulet town grew much quieter. '
The greatest aoene of activity was at
tha courthouse and even there an un-
usual degree of atlUneas prevailed la
the various offices.
Jd tha clerk'a office one divorce ease
waa filed. Thla case la one wherein P.
W. Hilton aeeka to be divorced from
Carrie E. Hilton, alleging aa grounds
for hla rights to separate aa inoompau-
One child la the subject or conten
tion. The child la a girl I years of age
and the custody and care la sought bj
too father. - - - .
Marriage, licensee Granted.
In the auditor's office two marriage
licenses were issued. These were to
James H. Wilson, of Umatilla county.
Oregon: anft Miss Hannah M. Sherwood,
of Marion county, Oregon, and Samuel
W. Marks and Mrs. Mary- EVAa4eroos
both of Portland. Or.
In all tha ether county office only
routine matters were transacted.
Ble at Orchards.
The audden and unexpected death of
W. H- Clayton, occurred tola, morning at
hla home at Orchards, Wash. Mr. Clay
ton was a large fleshy men and yes
terday he worked alt day during the la
tense heat in the hay field. Last night
when ha retired he appeared, it is said,
in usual health, excepting a little worn
by heat. "
Hla wire, woo slept in an adjoining
room to Mr. Clayton, got np thla morn
lna and got breakfast, wishing to let
her husband Teat aa long aa poasima Be
fore going to work today.
When ahe went to hla room to arouse
him ahe found that he had died durfrajr
the night The neighbors were immed
iately notified, and the autnoritlea in
Vancouver " telephoned to. ' He' ap
parently died from heart trouble and
without a struggle. .
Mr. Clayton, it 1 aald. has had
trouble with. hla heart before, and- it la
presumed his labors in the heat yester
day overtaxed hi strength. He is a
member of the O. A. R. and hla funeral
will be held under the auspices of that
organisation, Tb data la not yet set.
(Joaraal Special Service.)
Saa Francisco, July II. The brewers
strike ended yesterdsy, tha strikers
agreeing to reduce their demands (0 per
eent. A two year agreement we signed
on thla baala and the men Immediately
returned to work. ...
WIU VISIT UJTUTJBB) STATXS.
(Janraal Special Serrlee.)
City of Mexico, July U President
JTMaa intimates his Intention of visiting
the United States. The Invitation waa
extended by Tbomaa N. McCauey,
wow I one capitalist.
GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES -
we are offering and the great
Ladies' and Misses' Bathing
Suits, in serges, momie
cloths and alpacas,, $1.50,
$1.75, $2.00, $2.23,
$2.75, $30, $4.00,
$6.50, and $7.50.
Bathing Suits, for men, 75,
$1.00, $2.00, $2.50 and
Boys' Bathing Suits, 50.
Boys' Bathing Tights, 10
. and 15.
Bathing Caps and Shoes.
Ladies' and Misses White P.
K. and Duck Skirts, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
F6r house wear,. well made
Md elegantly trimmed ;
worth $1.50 to $2.00,. 05
Third and Morrison r
GOODS STORE IN THE CITY -
Mats. rBOCTOB AMD PATOX
TXB XAVal MAB MAWt KAJUtOW
- rscAPis Am Tstzxm rsMramrr
. MAS BXSaT OlTM DMTSOTM BY
It's all right to be burned- out of bouse
and homo oooaskinally, but to have Area
folltfw one continually is rather snonot
onoua."- At least that la the conclusion
reached by Mra. Proctor and, her daugh
ter, who reside in the Selllng-Hlrsch
building; Tenth and Washington streets.
ested In probably a dosen Ores, begin
ning with the great Chicago conflagra
tion in 1871, which awepf away mtlea of
buildings and deatroyed soores of lives.
Mrs. Proctor's husband reoeived injuries
in thst great tiro from which he never
recovered. They were living on the west
aide of the Windy City at tha time
and their homo with great amount of
other property waa completely lost.
Mrs. Proctor lives on the third floor
Of the Selllng-Hlrsch building. Sunday
evening a fire was threatened In that
building, but prompt action on the part
of the firemen from central station pre
vented any damage. There waa very lit
tle blase, -but dense clouds of smoke
arose to the rooms above, Including that
of the Proctora.
"It wasn't a fire at all. Just -little
smoke."1 said Miss Minnie Proctor. "But
we have aeen real fires. In Chicago we
lost dearly everything, and my father
received, severe injuries, irora wnica at
never fully recovered. He died In thla
city seven yeara ago.
"Then, we were living In tha Brown
hotel on tha eaat side. Grand and
Hawthorne, avenues, this city, when
that waa deatroyed about two years ago.
I ' waan't at home at tha time, but my
mother was and ahe was carried down
the Are, escape.1 The building waa
doomed and-every one else had escaped,
when a driver of a -Troy laundry wagon
aaw my mother and rescued her. We
lost some few things in that fire. :
T- waa a teacher at tha Tonng
Women'a Christian association at Sixth
and Oak streets when there was a big
fire In that' building. Ialso loot by
that Are, though only allghUy. We have
been In probably half a dosen other
buildings when flres occurred in them,
so that we are getting quite need to It.
They don't bother me any more, though
they make my mother nervous. -
'Another thing -that Is rather remark
able, too, is tha fact that we have car
ried insurance for a number of years.
but we never happened to have a policy
in rorce at the time or a fire. Some
how or other tha policies expire before
tne nre occurs. But we have bees
through so many Area that we don't pay
a great deal of attention to them any
F. PARTRIDGE IS
FOUND IN ENGLAND
Detective Lou Haxtnmn received noti
fication today that Prank Partridge.
who left thla city four months ago,
taking with him the hoy and girl of
the family, is in England. with - hla
mother. Ha stole the children from
their mother's homo one night, and fled
the city before ho oould be apprehended
by the omoera.
The case was reported to tha police
and Detective Hartman was assigned
on it. xio asoertarned that the man had
left town. Later, Hartman learned that
Partridge went to Toronto. From there
bo sent back a letter to a friend here,
aaylng that he was going to Bngland.
The last letter to that woman, writ
ten by Partridge's mother, bore out the
statement. Mrs. Fartrldg la still llv
ing In Portland. '
WILL REMODEL THE STORE.
Zra T. rowers Garniture Company to
Begin Bemodeling store at Onoa.
Tha old landmark at 110 First atreet
occupied by the Ira F. Powers Furniture
company, la eoon to put on a new front
and the old building to have an entire
change and to be remodeled into a mod
ern, up-to-date building that will give
more room and accommodations to both
the oooupants and the patrons.
During the many preparations to start
work on the building remarkably low
prloes wlu prevail throughout the en
tire stock. Mr. Powers prefers to sell
now at a reduction rather than store
the goods or get them damaged from
dirt and dust, aa is usually the casa
when Improvements are In progress. .
TJaTTTXBSTTT BTUSBBTtJ BBITBT01T.
Former students of Portland univers
ity wiU hold a reunion on the Chau
tauqua grounds at Gladstone park Fri
day, July 2). Arrangementa hare been
made for' a jollification with a. picnio
dinner In the afternoon and a fagot party
in the -evening. Each one attending la
expected to contribute something edible
toward an Informal lunch. There will
be a headquarters on the grounds near
Portland Citlzens Should
Weigh Well This
- Evidence. -
Proof of merit In the evidence.
Convincing evidence in Portland, .
la not tho testimony of strangers. ,
But tha endorsement of Portland no-
That's tha kind of proof given here.
The statement of s Portland eitlaen.
O. H. BDrlnrmeyer. exnressmnn. reM.
Ing at 101C First street, says: "Ex
posure to rough weather and tho con
stant Jarring of the wagon while I was
riding brought on kidney trouble. My
beck ached almost constantly end - the
m uncles controlling the bladder appeared
weak and their action far too frequent
Doen's Kidney Pills came to my notice
end I sot a box at the Latie-Davia fjrui
company's store, corner of Yamhill and
-i nirq streets. The pain In my back wae
relieved and the kidney secretions be
came normal. Two boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills brought about this result,
and it la with Dlcasure that. I rarnm.
mend this . affective - nreuaratlon ta
' For sale by all dealers, crlce to cents.
Foeter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. T., sole
agents for ths United States.
Remember tha name Doan'a and
WOBXMXBT OXOOSa UBABZBB TQM
TJta 'ooMXwa txab .. bbbatb
OT TXB CBASTOB ZST TSI AS-
' Peace hovered over the Anolent Order
of United Workmen of the Jurisdiction
of Oregon at this morning'a eesslon of
the twenty-sixth annual meeting long
enough 'for the election of offloera to
serve for tha ensuing year. When the
session convened at I o'clock thla after
noon, however, yesterday's discussion
reke out With redoubled vigor during
the consideration of the proposed change
from what is termed the classified, to
the level plan of insurance.
The question of tha change whereby
ine rates 01 insurance on oiu uvmuers
of the order will be doubled waa. not
discussed during - the - forenoon. The
entire session was devoted to tha elec
tion of officers, resulting as follows:
Fr Bert c hold. Corvallis' lodge No. H,
grand master: W. J. Clark. Gervala lodge
No. I. grand foreman; Newton Clark
Riverside lodge No. 8. Hood River,
grand recorder: R. Ik Durham, Hope No.
L. Portland, grand receiver: W. IL War
ner. Safety No. II, Albany, grand guide;
Sam Roaka.. Falls City No. . Oregon
Cltv 'inside watchman; Oeorge Baldwin,
Lakevllla No. Ill, Klamath Falls, outside
watchman; W. O. A. Pohl, Beaaiae o.
11. Astoria, grand trustee, twee year
term. Supreme repreaentativee:" Oeorge
H. Durham, Paclfla No. 17, Oranta Pass.
Newton Clark, Riverside No. 1 8, Hood
River, and D. Soils Cfcben.'Jndnstry o.
S, Portland. -Before
ballots were taken tha Work
men appropriated tho sum of 11,000 to
wards tha construction or a jrraiernai
building at tha Lewis and Clark fair.
Resolutions - were adopted expressing
regret at the forced absence of Frank
M. Cohen, who la in Alaska, on account
of 111 health. It is tha first annual
meetlna- that he has failed to attend
during the pt 18 years.- Supreme Mas
ter Narvls presided at today's session."
sxomxB Bison orncHBS.
Chrand Lodrs Transact Boutins Bust
ness and Seats Vaw Chiefs.
The eleventh' annual session of . the
grand - lodge, Dergree Of Honor, will
probably close thla afternoon with tne
Installation of. new oinoars ana ine ap
pointment of committees. Tho new or
flcera to-be lnatailed are grand chief of
honor, Mra. Bara Fas ta bend of Astoria;
rrand lady of honor, Mrs, Hat tie Mo-
Cormackof Marshfield; grand chief of
ceremonies, Mrs. Harriet C Looney of
Jefferson; grand recorder, "Mrs. OiU F.
Stephena of Portland; grand receiver,
Mrs. Fidelia Mann of. Portland; grand
usher, Mrs. 8adl EL Moore of Corvallis;
grand inside watch. Mrs. Hattle T.
8 mead of Heppner; grand outside watch.
Mrs. Mora Hendricks of. McMlnnvllla.
Mra. Ray RandalL on account of her
faithful service as grand recorder.
which office she has held for tha paat
three years, was eleoted past grand
ohlef of honor.
The representatives to the superior
lodge axe: Mra. Addle B. Colvlg of
Grants Pass, retiring grand chief of
honor; Mra. Mary Randall . and Mra.
WUda Belknap of Prlnevillo.
This morning'a session opened at l:S0
and tha entire morning was consumed in
ths transaction of routine business.
LAY CHURCH CORNER
STONE AT HILLSBORO
' (Special Dlapatcb to The JonraaL) .
' Forest Grove, Or., July tl. The corner-stone
f the' new Congregational
church building will be laid tolght at
T o'olock by Hon. Alanaon Hantaan, one
of tho oldest living pioneers of Wash
ington county. Prof. Robertson of Pa
clfla university, who has written many
splendid articles on Oregon history, will
read a brief history of tho Congrega
tional denomination in and about For
est Grove. 1 '"
Rev. C. F. Clapp and others will de
liver short addresses. . The church
which the new structure- replaces was
burned about three years ago. Ths ln
surance.whlch waa received at that time
formed the nucleus of a new building
fund. . The church which burned was
built In U6S and 15. and all tho In
side finish was hand-planed. Tho new
building will bo rapidly pushed to com
pletion by Contractor S. B. Starrett.
WOMAN SHOOTS HER
(Special Dispatch to The Joaraal.) '
Seattle, July tl.- Mra Gertrude Robb
Is before a coroner's Jury today with the
death of George Joye at her door. She
waa taken in custody yesterday, though
before ahe had been arrested waa
charged with Intent to commit mnrder
and was out on bond. - Two months ago
she shot Joyo for ths betrayal of her
Jove's recovery -was expected, and he
declared he would not prosecuta tha
woman. The girl confessed to Mra
Robb. Joye was then employed on a
Puget sound steamer, the chief engineer
of which , waa Mra Robb s husband.
Mra Robb, ths day of the confession,
went to the steamer and fired four shots
into the man's body as he was walking
down tho gangplank, after which she
surrendered herself to ths pollca
GOES TO SEATTLE
Proprietors of ths various laundries
In this olty who went to Spokane to
attend -the semi-annual convention of the
Oregon and Washington Interstate
Laundrymen's association, have re
turned. Those who attended ths con
vention from Portland were 'John Talt
of the Troy laundry, John Small of the
Paclno laundry, Thomaa Farrell of the
City laundry. L. TV" Ollllland Of the
Union laundry, R. D. McCIurg of the
American laundry and R. C. Warrlner
of tha Opera House laundry. It waa de-
olded to hold ths next gathering in Se-
attia The following officers were
elected: ' President, A. Jaoobaen of Se
attle: vice-president. R. C. Warrlner of
Portland; secretary and treasurer, F. J.
McCullough of Bpokana
AT PRESS CLUB
An Informal Jinks will be given this
evening by the City Press club, at ita
quarters in tho Marquam building. All
newspaper men are Invited to be present
and members are at liberty to bring
SHIP IS CAPTURED
. ; . . - ,
. (Continued from Pago One.)
Cherbourg,' almost at the mouth of
tha British canal, la now tho mobilising
scene of a powerful Frenoh fleet, osten
sibly for a grand review. Llbau la the
nearest Russian port, being the first
seaport of Importance on Russian terri
tory after entering the Baltlo sea. Ones
arrlvfii thri th.Maioca. would bo un
der powerful Russian gone and with the
entire Baltlo fleet of Russls, to retain
bar. , . . ......
' Balfour Answers.
- Replying to questions in the house of
commons today, premier wairour stated
that it waa a fact that the Malacca had
left fort Said in charge of a Russian
prise crew, and that thla fact had un
doubtedly raised tha most, serious of
Ho said ha most certainly would make
a statement to the house on the subject,
but at present auch action would be ill-
advised. He was, loudly cheered and
evaded answering a number of questions
by asking that they be postponed Until
Monday. : , -
ASTABCB XBSVBAaTCS stATXftV.,,
Saa Francisco reels the Bffeot of Yladl.
. (Journal Special Swrlee.) ' ',, .
San Franclsoo. July 1.--War risks
en merchant --vessels -or - all nations
bound for Japanese porta advanced all
along the. line thla mofnlng, as the re
sult of reports' that the Vladivostok
squadron had started on another raid. '
Local agencies, while admitting a de
cided advance, refuse to give figures.
Insurance' men and agenta and -ownera
of vessels operating between this port
and Japanese porta,, while .affactins. an
optimistic air, are plainly ill at ease.
They claim that even If their vessels are
captured they cannot be held, as no con
trabands of war are carried. . -r -
. SCAT BB BXTjXAEXO.
Bnmored U St. Jeterslmrr that Fro-
- visional Order BUM Issued. "
jiJoernaV Special Servlee.j';; -
8t Petersburg, July tl. It Is reported
hers that tho government has ordered
the release of the steamer Malacca
should a search of her cargo ahow that
no contraband of war is aboard.
BTJBSXAjr BBFBAT BXFOBTBD.
BUT Settle Said to Kavs Boom Fonght at
; BUtonrinskL '
(Joernal Special Serrlee.)
' St Petersburg, Jnly JL It Is rumored
here that a Russian reconnoiaeanco in
force In tha direction of the Matourlnskl
pass has been disastrously defeated by
the Japanese. Trie Russian losses are
reported to have been-very heavy.
TOBFXSOZD BT ACOTDBBT.
Bossiaa Commander Beports Blaklntf f
British hip. 7
(Joamal Special Service.)
Tien Tsln, July 11-A Nlnchwang
message statea that sthe commander of
a Russian torpedo boat reporte that he
accidentally torpedoed a British steamer
in Pecblli gnlf. The vessel la believed
to have been tho Hlnsang.
MAT BJffiUBASB BtAXAOOA,
Ask Official Assurance Thai Monitions
- Wero British, Stores. . '.
(Jeoraal Special Service.)
" St' Petersburg, . July t. Ths Russian
ambassador ' in London has asked
Lansdowne's official assurance that the
munitions of war aboard the Malacca
were British government atorea If thla
assurance is given orders for the release
of the vessel will be immediately given.
BTfSSXABa OOSTUU1 VATBOXn
-' (Joaraal Special Service.)
Aden, July II. Ths Russian volun
teer fleet continues to patrol here
abouts. The P. sc O. steamer Palawan
passed here this morning without inter
ferenoa French liners are not inteS
fered with. "
two exuzsxxa abbztb.
(Journal Special Sarvlca)
Alexandria, Kgypt, July II. The Brit
ish cruisers Furious and - Venus have
fax xxaro was bzbb.
Sailed 'March s Tear Ago from This
With a' cargo of 2.260.000 feet of" aa-
For Friday and Saturday
SPECIAL NO. I
: All our high-grade
$18, $Z0 and $22.50
SPECIAL NO. 2
All - our $12.50, $130 $14.00 and $15.00 Suits
REDUCED TO r
SPECIAL NO. 3-
" . ; Boys' Shirt Waists, "Mother's Friend," former price 75c
and $1.0 REDUCED TO .J. ., ' .. ;,;,
- - To close out our entire stock of OUTING SUITS we have reduced them
to . .. ..T.: STRICTLrY COST PRICE
SPECIAL NO. 5
, ; The best offer in Ties, all 50c and 75c values REDUCED
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO,
Life Insurance Rates
in the EQUITABLE LIF13
: STR0N0EST IN THE WORLD "
Age 25.......-..---..-..$12.10 per $1000.00
Ags 35. ..... ......., I.. ,....$13.42 per $1000.00 ,
Age 45.:.J..$lD75'per $1000.00
Age 55.!.., .$27.86 per. $1000.00
' T , Other Ajes In Proportion : ..' t:..". ...
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For- further Information call or address 306 Orefonlan Build
Ing, Portland, Oregon. . v L. SAMUEL, Manager
he-British steamer Pak
Ling aalled. on March 8. 10 from
this p6rt for Manila ... Ths steamer was
In command of Captain Cenradi, - and
waa loaded at tho North Pacific lumber
mills' by the Pacific Kxport company.
The' Pak Ling, which, was ons of ths
trlmmeet-lorjklnstTaTiip-steamers " that
ever vlaited Portland harbor, waa con
sidered a', speedy carrier, aha having
made the passage, from Yokohama to
Victoria., BL C In IB daya - At Victoria
she received orders to proceed to Port
land for lumber. ; . , - -
The Pak Ling arrived off the mouth of
tho Columbia on March , 108. and the
next day was moored alongside the
dock at ths North Paclflo lumber mill a
Captain Conradl and hla officers were
very popular among Portland people, and
every day -during tho steamer's stay- in
the port she was visited by a large
number of peopla Her cargo of lum.
ber waa consigned to . the government
officer in, charge of . tho department of
the Phlllpplnea .
Tha Pak zing had ons funnel and two
R G. WELCH, Leaaeo and Manaser
Foreland's I.eafllng Flayhonse. Safest Theatre ia Aaerloa. S4 Bxtts,
AJT9 AXt WI1Z,
,.. SATXD BXItASOO FrnXSMtTS - -- r
MRS. LESLIE CARTER
nrxxa mr mat -
Seats on sals at Rows A: Martin's Drug Store.' corner Sixth and
Washington,-No person wilt bo seated after rise of ourtala until after -
nrat act. .
Ralmnv. flrat four rows
. Balcony, next three rowa. ... 1.40
' Not more than 10 a eats sold to each
THE ORDER OF WASHINGTON
- 1 - STARTED RIOHT
. RATES ARE CORRECTLY BASED 4 .
Good Insurance Furnished to Men and Women .Who
' CaiJ Pass Required ExaminaUons, ' ' J
ALL WHO Abe under the age of sixty can join
If you want ths best fraternal insuranco In tho world, in ,
vestlgate the plans of The Order of Washington , for foil paf
' ticulars, pamphlets, etc., address, giving your age,
LL: l.:J. L. MITCHELL, Supreme Secretary, .
612 Marquam Bldg.t Portland Ore
Summer Suits former
SEE OUR WINDOW DISP1UAV
MORRISON AND SECOND
All kinds Of excitement waa rut4
laat night by the taking of a patient
wun measles through the publio streets)
front- tho foot of Alder to the oentral tta2
lies station by two patrolmen. ; It s
thought by all who saw him that he was
aff lloted . with smailpox. He .was sent
to the St. Vincent's aahttarlum' h. n.. -
of City Phyalcian Zan.
v at ojkbob: wab bootxh.
' A warrant for -the . arrest . of O.' T
Wells waa lasued out of ths municipal
court today on complaint of B.. Caunon
of tha North weat Electrio company, o
Portland. Ths complaint ohargea obi
talnlng money under falsa Pretenses by
a DPgus cnecx on a :
Tho Xas Beooorsa
From ths New, Tork American.
Apparently tho only way tha Russlanj
navy can poaalbly win la to bny up a
fleet of our excursion boata and Invite
ths Japanese on a pleasure trip.
Mtk ni sthlitos
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sawsslJaslllBsf sLsstw BsW
take ao other.
any others the v daalra. -
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