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THE OREGON DAILY , JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1904.
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The Baker..... .l...."Urtle Lord ranntWoy'
LhUlik' Park... 'alaacotto. s Is Nawtmra"
(At Cordrsy's rainy dlhu.)
fur ............ V.ad.Tills
yrle . ... V.urtTl
Axcsde .. ,. .. VascleTlllo
III joe ViiWt111
MIm Mildred A. Ruegg of "Wisconsin
hu acoepted the position ot principal
of the Mllwaukt school.' to succeed
L. A. Read, who hu resigned to ac
cept the poaltlon of principal . of the
Park Place high school. Some of the
raaldanta of Mllwaukl are Indignant
that the board should go ao man miles
to seeure a auecessor to Mr. Read. Mlas
Ruegg comes highly recommended. She
has had It years' experience In (run-
mar, . nigh ana normal schools. me
other teachers are: Mlas ' Kate Castro,
Mlas Gertrude tmraoni and Mlas Lents.
The principal Is to receive HO per month
and the salaries of the teachers were In
creased I ft per month.
Take your wife and children, or if un
married, your sweetheart, for a trip up
the Columbia, Sunday, on ,the handsome
steamer Bailer Qatsert, to Cascade
Locks and return, At no time of the
year Is this ride as beautiful as, now,
and It srlves -excursionists a chance to
- View the grandest scenery on the Ameri
can continent Bring your' cameras
along. The waterfalls and cascades
make beautiful pictures,' just the ones
vnn w.nt fltunup Imvm Alder street
dock 1:19 a. m. Arrives back 1:10 p.m.
Round trip 11.00. Phone Main tli. :
V The Pint Spiritual! Religious aase
elation of Clackamas, Or.k closed Its an
nual session recently. The work of the
'association during the past year has
been highly successful. An addition te
the hotel was built and the tabernacle
and grounds improved. The annual eleo
tlon of officers resulted as follows:
President. 0 I' Love; vice-president,
Ben F. Athertoa; recording secretary,
Mrs.' Lorena Mendell; treasurer. J.
Burgoyne; corresponding secretary,
George Laselle. ,
J. M. and ,B. J. Koakey. Oas Mo
Kereher, Ben Rothfus, George Hall,
Fred Beat and Jack Burns left this
morning for the headwaters of the
WashougaL where they are acheduled to
encounter an unknown number of bears.
The animals have been so- troublesome
in their raids that farmers have ap
pealed to sportsmen 'to exterminate
them. The local hunters volunteered to
perform the task and started this morn
ing to accomplish It-.-.
- A new "Oregon boot." to be worn by
county' prisoners under certain , condi
tions, was received at the county jail
yesterday from the Walla 'Walla peni
tentiary. : Fastened 4o the lower part
of the heel of the shoe, the weight of
the boot . cannot Injure a prisoner's
ankle. The weight Is at the upper end
The mechanism la on the- Inside where
it cannot be Interfered with by a wearer
of the boot.
Plans for a Labor day celebration
were begun last evening at a meeting
of the federated trades held 'at 1(1 Sec
ond street After a prolonged discus
sion It was decided to leave the ar
rangement of details of the celebration
In the hands of a committee composed
of D. Jf. Williams. H. B. Recob, Ira
Martin. W. H. Fltxgerald and W. Moore.
A plcnld-with races and other sports
will probably form part of the ' day's
Services at the . United Evangelical
Cnurcn, DL jddm, wmorrew win uv mm
follows: Morning, second sermon on
"The Holy Spirit as an Interpreter;"
evening, 3onverBlon;M Sunday school. 18
a. m.; young people's meetings, 1:80
and T:1I p. m. Services will be held In a
chapel at the rear of the church for the
next few weeks. The main church
building Is being enlarged and renovated
and will be ready for occupancy by fall.
. At MontaVllla there is a modern flve
roora cottage with all conveniences and
nice lawn and garden for sale very
cheap. House Is situated at Til Grove
street and Is one of the best bargains
on the market today. The house can
be bought for I1.SS0. and with furniture
and all I1,B0. The owner has good
reasons for selling, and the man who
buys It will get a bargain.
There Is Joy tn wearing garment that
are tidy, neat and clean;
starched up right;
The work done by the - Union is the
nest we v ever seen,
In fact the people say Tf s out of
Second and Columbia. Tel. Main Its.
' To the many titles that distinguish
Larry Sullivan, of Sailor boarding
house fame. Is that of hero which he
earned yesterday at Seaside by rescuing
Mrs. Mary Tlngry from the ocean. The
woman went beyond her depths and was
unable to reach the shore. , Sullivan
went to her rescue and succeeded In
saving her. . : . .- :-j t --
Oregon. City boats
Leave Taylor street Sunday :t8. 10,
4. .a M 1 a . in I'll n m
. A delightful three hours on the river.
- A trip of rest and pleasure. Round
-ln Kn Taka ttia CIS boat return.
Ing by trolley, for a moonlight outing.
Tickets good on boats or cars. '
The United Carriage company, car
riages and open landaus, t-seatsd boule
vard. 14-seated wagonette. 1 (-passenger
tally-ho, 11-pasnenger tally-no. rnone
Main tat, 1(1 Eleventh street, corner
' T. Mayuml of Mlye-Ken. Japan, ar
rived In Portland yesterday and called
MANN & BEACH
93 Second Street
' Cround Floor
0 Tf you are thinking of
il .letting out your waanlng,
J .a. don't forget to give ue a
X trial. We do not shrink
your underwear We do
J - entlafartnry waahlng at
' M right prlcee. Then we darn
P . .. . -the sorke and mend the
fc clothes free.
.OREGON LAUNDRY ANDV
TOILET SUPPLY CO.
Fkoaa, Baa, IX a T. STABS. Mgr.
upon Japanese Conaul 'Alba.' Mr.
Mayuml la a young man highly edu
cated tn the Japaneae schools and the
son of a millionaire. lie has acquired
a serious case of the American fever
and expects to travel through the coun
try. If he finds a particularly desirable
farm be will buy It Ue wilt go to
New York .from here and thenoa
through the southern states. .
Thlrty-'flve mile river ride for it
cents. - Where to go on Sunday-: Take
steamer Republlo foot of Washington
atreet at a. m.. for all Willamette
slough points and St Holena. Return
ing leaves Bt Helens at X:J0 - u. m.
Round trip . 60 cents. Or take steamer
America at t:t0 p. m., returning on
Republic, arrive In Portland at i.lQ
p. m. Round trip II' cents.
'." Baseball! - ' , '. ; ' " .
Twenty-fourth' and Vaughn streets.
Pullman-Palouee team of Seattle , .
Club cafe team of Portland. '
Game starts I:tl o'clock..
Tomorrow 'evening's meeting of the
Christian Endeavor society of the First
Presbyterian church will be devoted to
a study of the religions of China, being
the second In the series of six studies
of China from various points of view.
Miss Elisabeth Wolf will be the leader.
An Illustrated song service and ser
mon Sunday evening 7:41 at First Con
greratlonalvchurch. .Dr. House will give
the stereoptlcon lecture, "In His Stepe."
Several songs, will be sung. Illustrated
by beautiful colored views. The Apollo
male quartet of Salt Lake City will sing.
. The San Great Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the First Presbyterian church
conducted a Jolly crowd on the Bailey
Gatsert last Tuesday evening. ' A con
siderable sum wes sdded to the mis
sionary fund by this, the second annual
moonlight excursion , of the society.
Pt. Brougher, at the "White Temple,
will begin a double series of sermons to
morrow. Morning subject, "God Is He
Known or Unknown?"; night subject
"Croaalng the Ocean." or "A Trip to Eu
rope." Solos by Mr. Belcher and Mr.
Nick Zan. Popular service.
Goodyear (Shoe Repair Co., Temhill
street near gas office. Phone Main
I0IL Repairing while you wait Sewed
soles. Tic; rubber heels. Ho. Always
on time. Shoes called for and delivered
free any reasonable distance.
A meeting of delegates from the vari
ous Christian Endeavor societies ef the
city was held at Sellwood park Mon
day evening, the occasion being the regular-quarterly
session of the large ex
ecutive committee. - v. . . -y
Not only does our reputation keep us
from turning out poor work, but we don't
know how. You're always aura of get
ting strictly high grade work here. Otto
Schumann, pext door Taylor street
church. ''.".n ."
Stationery is an index to 'a man's busi
ness. Don't let yours be - unjustly
Judged. Our printing Is the kind that
carries weight" Metropolitan Printing
Co, 147 Front street. .
' Going to hold a wedding anniversary
any- time soon? If so. let Peaslee Bros,
oompany print the Invitations. That Is,
of course. If you wat them first-class.
Sherlock building. ' - .
Going to the coast or mountains Let
me pack your furniture. This la my
business., I know how and do It cheap.
Walbom, IM Second. . TeL Hood 1(77.
Wa-Hoo Tonic The greet blood pur
ifier, nerve tonle and liver regulator.
Just what you need these days. For
sale by all druggists.
Portland Wire A Iron Works are now
located at.Trenkman Ox's on Fourth
near - Flanders. Work turned out
Steam boiler insurance covers damage
to boiler, property and for injuries.
Campbell 4k Rodgers, III Washington,
Quick Meal range, best on earth, uses
half the fuel ot other ranges. Olds,
Wortman A King. Fully warranted, '
Plate glass Insurance ajralnat break
age. Maryland Casualty Company, 161
Washington street .
Chew Den-Tal-Gum, have pearly teeth
and prevent decay. For i sale i every-
' -v. " .
"Burglary ' Insurance. Maryland Cas
ualty Company, III Washington. ;
Dr. Amos,' surgeon, Dekum building.
Wis Bron, dentists, the Falling bid.
?, Dr. X M. Thornton, dentist. Marquam.
csxzraT zzmaosTAb .
H. A. Bodman of La Grand is reg
istered at the Imperial. -.
F. E. Hobson of Sumpter is a guest
at the Imperial. . '
The Mlases Alice and Gertrude Hutch
inson have gone to Whit Salmon, Wash.,
for a two weeks' outing. They were ac
companied by their slater. Miss Helen
Hutchinson of Oakland. Cat
Jay It. Upton, deputy clerk of the
county court, left the city for Coos bay
this afternoon for a two. weeks' va;
cation. - s '. y " . .'
Mrs. Eva Emery Dye of Oregon City,
accompanied by her two- youngest chil
dren, was In the city yesterday. Her
two former books, "Old Oregon" and
"The Conquest," have reached a large
sale, and she stated that aha wae about
half way through with a third book, a
story founded on Puget Sound hlatory-. -
C. IL Fuchs. chief diapatcher of the
Southern Pacific, has returned from an
extended visit to his old home in New
England. He visited also several east
ern cities and on his way home spent
some. time at the St. Louis fair.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wadhams are
the guests of relatives at Long Island
sound, f New" York. Mr. Wadhams has
Sractlcally recovered from his recent
Miss Ora Bailey leaves Sunday night
on a visit of - several months to Den
ver, Des Moines, Chicago and St Louis.
She will return for the holidays..
Col. 15. I. Asbury of the McMtnnvllle
Reporter Is In the city. 'He reports the
consolidation Of the McMlnnvllle Re
porter and the McMlnnvllle News, the
publishers of the latter paper Joining
him in the publication of the News-Reporter.
'The Telephone-Register Is the
second paper now published In McMlnn
vllle, heretofore there being three pa
pers there., . .
niOI SXTDBAYOa KUTXeTOS.
For some time past it has been the
custom of the Christian Endeavor So
cieties of various churches to hold on
ion meetings during the summer months.
This year the young people of the First
Congregational, Calvary Presbyter!
and Fourth Presbyterian churches will
unit during tb month of August and
hold their meetings In the following or
der: August 7. First Congregational
church; August 14, Calvary Presbyterian
church; August II, Fourth Tresbyterlan
church; August IS, First Congregations!
Toplo cards giving - subject! and
leaders, as well ss plsoes of meeting;
will be distributed among th' different
societies participating; y
Used Pianos Quickly Find
Homes. 47 Sold Since
Sale Opened a Week -k
From Coast to
' . ..-' Interior
Yesterday a lovely Doll piano was sold
to Mr. A. Llndqulst of Astoria; an ex
cellent Rlcca went to Mr. B. Cox of
Wallowa, way over east of th moun
tains,; the day before a beautiful Kimball
was purchased by Mr. L A. Kruschel of
Albany, and th earns day a lovely little
Helnse was selected by Mr. W. Beal of
Corvallls. Pianos 'have gone to many
other towns In this territory as well as
to. numerous hemee In Portland sine
this great reduction sale commenced,
$he ranks, are thinning rapidly. .
Only a few more days of th sal re
main, so Intending buyer will have to
Among the eplendld bargains still re
maining there Is a '
JENNYS at SON ,. KO N
KING8BURY-nd others 11140
... ROBERT FAY ...............11185
. f. a. leioht ........ r. ... i n eo.
SCHAEFFKR and other ....11195
GEORGE 8TECK i.... .11235
VICTOR .... ...............H240
KIMBALL ... ....... ....... 1 1318
, 'Every Instrument guaranteed Just as
represented. . One-tenth down - when
piano Is selected snd remainder in in
stallments of I to t a month, accord
ing to price. Ell era Piano Hoys, 111
Washington St, corner Park. -
Enquiries by mall and. telephone)
promptly attended to.
HAVE FAITH IN
OTTOZBWxUTXm'S aUSXS OaT OBTEsT
TAi SXZPS SmOF A TOLD XsT M
': loni BxoAim of t7TntBzsTT
azior txat mvsszAjr nravmzs
- wiu'ai sToms. : - . . -
. How long th oriental liner Aragonia
will be held at th mouth of th river
Is th question of much speculation to-,
day. Local representatives of th ves
sel say that ah may sail late this af
ternoon at high tide, although they
make no poaltlve assurance to "that ef
fect They explain that on of th
principal reasons for her detention was
for the purpose of permitting th sev
eral firms making shipments on her
to take out war risks. Soma of them
have already don so, but other are
holding back with th expectation that
the rate will decline during th next
That their anticipations are likely to
prove correct has been partially demon
strated within th last 14 hour. Yes
terday the war risks on th Aragonia
were quoted at IH and I per cent To
day they ar I per cent and It seems
to be th prevailing opinion that th
figure will get a low as 1 per cent
before th expiration of another week.
It Is admitted that another Impor
tant feature which entered into the
case 'was th uncertainty as to what
sort of disposition th Russians would
mak of th Arabia' cargo. ' No offi
cial confirmation of the proas dispatches
stating that th freight consigned to
Japanese ports Is going to be held and
the vessel has been released with the
balance of th cargo has been re
ceived by th local officials of th com
pany, but they presume that th report
Is tru. .
Announcement 1 locally mad that
R. P. Schwerln. general manager of the
line. Is In communication with Secre
tary Hay of th stat department pro
testing against tb freight consigned
to private firms in Japan being held
by th Russian authorities.' It is be
lieved that th department will either
arrange for Its early release or bring
such pressure to bear upon the 8L
Petersburg government that th ship
par will b paid the full value of their
goods. Th Portland-Astatlo company
will also demand a remuneration for the
delay to which th steamer ha been
subjected. A claim Is to be made In bo
half of all the shippers, not only by
tb general manager of th Una, but by
th former attorneya Bom of thm
hav already taken th matter up by
filing proteat and preparing other data
bearing upon the subject
Local officials of th Portland
Asiatic company hav about arrived at
the conclusion that th Vladivostok
squadron will mak no further aeisures
of merchantmen bound, from th Pa
cific coast for th orient By th time
th Aragonia gets over ther thy be
lieve that th Japanes will hav put a
quietus on th csar' capturing fleet
It Is asserted that the Japs ar becom
ing keenly alive to th tru attuatlon
and that they are going to take steps to
protect their commerce on th high
seas. . - : . v
AT THE THEATRES r
outu DAjrcnra- at aboasb.
Dancing" such as few people hav vr
seen Is presented at the Arcade theatre
this week by Lynn and Leonard.
Thee two light-footed artist mix
brains with nlmbleness and as a result
they produce eome .startling results.
Mr. Isynn dances an Imitation of a
ball game, a feat which would pussli
the average performer to attempt To
see th Davles duo swinging through
th Roman rings Is to become Inocu
lated with th physical culture microbe
because th wonderful muaculsr devel
opment of th frail appearing girl ha
tn no way Interfered with her grace -.,r
beauty. . , . .
. '. AT IBB STAB. -
. Only two mors days remsln in which
Curtain and Blossom may be seen' st
the Star theatre. This act can be cor
dially recommended to the attention ef
the publlo at large, for Mia Bloaeom is
not making her reputation Like ail
the performers engaged by the Star
she has firmly established herself tn
the front ranks of vaudevllllana, and
It will be long before this queen of
Ethiopian mirth Is equaled in her linn.
Another act which 1s evoking flood 'of
laughter Is th turn of idolden and
Weaver, th Jesting German senator,
whose efforts mark a distinct departure
from th usual line of Dutch comedians.
v TBS BIJOU'S TXB FX. A OB. . -
Drop Into the Bijou this evening and
hear Bernard Williams, "Th Man from
London," tell his birthmark story. It's
th kind that every. one repeats.. He
bas other" stories and h does wonder
f ul card trioks. . Post and Ashley have
I Ltu,, . ii ,
i " ,?:.;
' la A merican Woman'
Favorit Rang ,
It has no successful rival In the world
HOTEL CEARH ART
' BAS OPUTE9 TO TBI IIASO. ' '
' The toest eemoMf resort ea the North Parifle
Coast It consists ef MO eerae wits
grave, pare spring water, elesaat soil grounds.
tennis court as eroqoei sroune. Dusting, Bas
ing, banting and Sne surf bathing. Th hotel
baa bora entirely renovate and sew sidewalks
throechoBt the park. Telesrsph snd'telepaone
la hotel. Fv rates and aecomnsadaflons apply
U P. U. SCHDLDKBMAN. atar Gearhart Or.
y warty Bew Primes Hotel. IsasHa, Oiegsa.
Tee only botet oa the coast erw loo king the
ocean. Klnast sort bathing and tub bates, boat.
Inc. basting and gsblng. Tbe hotel ts bard
nnlabed with furnace beat. For rates address
DAM i. MOORE. I Top., geaalde. Oresoa.
tooated U th very eentoT of th eity,
eonvonlemt to railxoad and frsb-wa,
boating oa th aTeoenlonm. Flaely (av
nlsaed. Follt atteadaata.
- Remodeled, rebuilt and furntahed.
Open for th season of ltO. .
THE HARVEST HOME
torn. KoXeaa, Prop.
Prloe: Si-iS per day, $1.00 per week,
beds tio and (Oo, meals It cents.
Children under 10 years at half rates.
XOWa BKAOX. WAIX.
Seaside Livery & Fuel Co.
XXTEBY, FXXD, SAXBS
; STOBAQa AJTO TVMX,
Sraytng, rxpreasiag and Oo rat fohbtsg
ataadl All Kinds of Dry wood,
tag to Elk Creek and Oaaaoa Beeoh.
SCrs. T. IVyaiff
MOST OOVrOSTAlU AJTB
VIIQUa COTTAOB OsT TXS
BKACX, - -
Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths la
Restaurant, Grocery and BaKery
Freeh Bread. Oak as and Fie
Always oa Band.
Portland, Or, July.2Sth, 1104.
Olds, Wortman King,
Portland, Or. '
I am mare than pleased with th
"Quick Meal" tel rang 1 pur
chased from you in June. It does
more then yon said. I do baking for
th Women' Exchange, also many
of th leading families so that I
make a clear profit ot over 170 per
. Wishing you th success your
ranges deserve, I am, . '
.1 Tours truly. '
MISS LILT DICKERSON.
S East Ash.
a ' great comlo sketch, that . has made
good every night thus far. There ar
contortionists, black-face artists, illus
trated songs, vita scop picture.
atASCbTTX TOBTOX AT KXXUr
Only a few more- left. Chances to
see "Maeeotte a La Newberg." thw nneet
of th Bhlelds'- park shows up to date.
This record breaking bill will be seen
a. .ha narlr tnnla-ht and at Cordray's
tomorrow afternoon and night.
Th fame of 10-eent vaudeville has
spread since the Lyric opened. Every
thing th Lyrlo management does la Inl
iiativa. tt keens others hustling, for
th Lyrlo Is doing something all th
time real things that pleas th rJ
ple and mak th Lyrlo popular. This
week's bill la good. v .
WE HAVE SOLD A GREAT MANY
FOX FL7RNACE PLANTS
. .... . . '"" ' ' . ' .
. Sine w began to advertise them a couple of months ago. . People are rapidly learning that this spjendld
furnace is so Inexpensive they esn afferd to have a plant placed In their homes, and when It is known
that it does the work with so little fuel. It is readily understood that It Is economy, saying nothing of the
extreme comfort It afford, to hav on in th house, . With a furnace there ar no Urea to kindle upstafr
and no dust and dirt to contend With, All th litter Is in the. basement Because we own a'
Vm ARE ENABLED TO SELL THESE FURNACES AT A VERY LOW MABOIN. A. GOOD. TIME TQ.
.HAVE ONE PLACED IN THE HOME NOW, BEFORE THE COLD WEATHER SETS IN.
Hardware, Tinware, Oil and Gasoline
Heating Stoves, Tinware; Washing
Odd Fellows' Temole. First and Alder
is found in all our
A trial convinces
Let's figure with
you, We can sell
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
1 60( 162, 164 Front St.
Cor. Front and Morrison
EXTlNDtD UNTIL SEPT. 1
Boston Painless Dentists
Will tnak special low school rates In
order that all school children may come
and hav their teeth cared for during
- These ar th only dentists In Port
land having the late botanical discovery
to apply to the gums for Painless Ex
tracting. Pilling and Crowning Teeth,
and guaranteed for tan yeara. .
Silver Filling SSc
FiU Set 1 Teeth S3.00
Gold Filllstt 7Sc
Cold Crawu $3.00
onma and Brlds- Work at lew
Prices a specialty. Our Patent Double
aettoa will hold your teeth ap.
Come in at once and take advantage of
low rates. All wora aone oy epeciaa
teed . for 10
without pain and guaranteed i
Boston Painless Dentists
Fifth snd Morrison streets, entrance
, Well, yes, there are
several in Portland, but
the) one most thor
oughly equipped for
high grade work is on
the East Side: name
WEST SIDE OFEICE:
129 FIFTH STREET
WATER ST.,. EAST SIDE
ggVgMTH AND WABHIltOTON.
f 15 to SO. T:1B te 10:K.
- IUNIIAT coNTI!Tfrtl THOU t To 0
roa i.AMita. orntLkmrn ako i uilphbs.
iANlUI0.1i 11H CUT 111 ANY SUT.
' mo-tit BiraMiiox.
rkXO yITl. Fro. W. U. BROW It. Mg.
THE HOME OF
TWO SHOWS DAILY AT 2 ASD S P. 13.
THE ORDER OF WASHINGTON
? ; STARTED RiaHT (
RXTES ARE CORRECTLY BASED
Good liisiirance Ftirnished to Men and Worsen Who
Can Pass Required Examinations. '
ALL WHO ARE tNDER THE AGE OF SIXTY CAN JOIN
If you want the best fraternal Insurance in the world, in
vestigate the plans of The Order of Washington ; for full par
ticulars, pamphlets, etc., address, giving your age,
J. L. MITCHELL, Supreme Secretary,
: , . . . 612 Marquam lldg., Portland Ore.
aJ.ua.l aaa stia. famllU
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts . pJ; .
College of Science and Engineering ;
" School of Mines and Mining
School of Music School of Law School of Medicine
The session of 1904-5 opens Wednesday, September 1. For cata-
, . - logue, address ' ; ' '
Registrar University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon '
Illuatrated sonirs, "movlna; pictures,
etc Portland Heights Park. vry ven
ln. , -
we eivtn tuc iTnc
IUC OAIU.K IllUtllil. isot.
Oeerse t Baksr. Sole Ussis aa atsuaser.
Toxiokt last rxarotMAircx. .
The Bakar Taeatre company la
Little Lord Fauntleroy
The SMSt keaetlral erndeetla ever glvea
- la Portland. - - -.
. Trains- erleae. lRe, 2Ae, SSe, 00a,
MaUase. 10c, 15c, Zte. i
H.xt vet-Last wk-"The Prince ef laara,
.or Arsblaa Nlfhts.
CORDRAY'S THEATER ,
Shields' aleaical Stock Compear
A LA NEWBERQ
A blf three boar' show. Corerav'f rainy
slchts snd Sunday. 10c. 9c, 80c '
(Cerase AMer aad evsatk-t
S SO 4:80', l: te 10:30; Boo., 1 te 10 s. m.
This and lOe will admit two ernple any
BiatlDM eicvft Sanaa ra and Rolldajra. .
XXX CMtTS MO XlLKXa.
The home of polite TsodcTllls.
m. Sunlara cuntlntvma X te 1:30 p. as. Inn
Ins ncrformsncm fmn T to 10.30 p. as, Auj
Ml In th thestje, lir-eenu.
Foottli snd Btsrk 8Heta - '
A TsadevUle Thaatre ef Actual E.asiajsst,
. Bmf tTffnln st i:O0 o'clock. . ,
BfittlnM T"r ailixl.r, I t. a'
fEEK ADatlSSIOaf TKXK.
Bettrr raa ever. tHitv Isnslis la as near
ailautee, SonaatWsa, soltca, eoaMd
at the i
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$3 Per Day and Upward
MBA DQV ASTERS FOR TOURISTS AND COsV
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Established tn . Open all th year.
Private or class Instruction. Thousands
ef graduates In positions; opportunities
constantly occurring. It para to attend
our school. Catalogue, specimens, eta.
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Make a speclaltr of equipping younf
men and women, for life's work and se
curing that work for them when com
Our graduate are all employed.
More than 100 placed In position since
the first of last August.
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Hill Military Academy
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at any time. Fall tares eeue
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Mtreur school. Their sees re
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dascttptlT aatalufue ef yoot echeek
St. Helen's Hall
A Olrls' gohool of the Xlghsst Class;
rmra of tai-lira, Im-allon. bnl.1in,
equipment the best, Kon.l for iijliiu,
OPENS (imMBIl IS, 1304.
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