THE OREGON., DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 27, 1904. It BIG COMPANY WILL , BUILD SHIPS HERE Article of Incorporation for the Port land Steel Shipbuilding company, with a capitalisation of 126,000, have bean filed with the county court. The corporation will erect ' a large plant on three lota at St. Johns, and according- to tho artlclea the purpose of the company are to construct and re pair craft of all kinds, to purchase real property, to equip mills for manufacture WOMAN There was a sensational scene In the store Vf Meier aV Frank this morning, when Lucy Seville, a handsome-appearing woman, waa caught In tha act of "lifting" some costly jackets and silk goods from a counter. The police at headquarters were notified quickly. De tective Welner responded and placed her under arreat. At the central station no one would sign a complaint against her, and she was released upon her promise to leavs the flty Immediately. The woman la the last person In a crowd to be suspected of being a shop lifter. She begged and cried to be turned loose, but Chief Hunt refused to listen to her pleadings and said that as far as he was concerned she must be prosecuted. He at last sent her to the UNCONSCIOUS FOR DAYS IS ED LILLIS Ed Llllls, a young man. 23 yeara of age. lie on a cot at the St. Vin cent hospital unconscious as the result of a fall of- 45 feet from a building at the corner of Tenth and Washington streets. The accident occurred last Monday, but the young man has not gained consciousness sine be was picked up by his fellow workmen after his awful plunge through the air. Llllls was engaged In tinning a new building at the owner of Tenth and Washington street and was working on a derrick. He attempted to lower himself by mean of a pulley when one SEPTEMBER JURORS FOR CIRCUIT COURT In the presence of Presiding Judge George of' the circuit Court, this morn ing County Clerk Field drew a jury panel for the September term of court. A large number of criminal case are to be trted In September. Judge George has not yet determined whether he will draw a grand Jury for thl session of court or not, hi course In this respect to depend largely on the advice of Dis trict Attorney Manning. The list of Juror drawn thl morning 1 a fol low: T. K. Abbott, manager A. A C. Co., 17 N. Eleventh street; Henry Albert, laborer. 164 N. Fifteenth atreet; Harry 1. Adler, second-had goods, 282 Second street: Charles A. Allsky. capitalist, 10 TWeTity-Srst street; W. A. Alcorn, mer chant. Llnnton, Or.-; Charles J. Back atrosk. hotel proprietor. 24 Albina ave nue; George W. Bate, banker, 1(1 Rus sell street;. J. C. Bayer, merchant, 661 Seventh street; Anthony F. Carroll, cap italist, 249 Grant street; Frank Dayton, hardware. 194 First street; C. H. Dakln. pattern-maker. 694 E. Sixteenth street, James R. Ewing, merchant, 177 Fourth street; William Eccles, plumber, 288 Fourth street; John Foott, carpenter, 894 College treet; R. Glllan. plumber, n k. Thirtieth street; S. H. Graham, dairyman, 1531 Macadam- road; Arthur W. Graham, capitalist, 95 E. Taylor street; Henry J. Hefty, archlteot, Wood stock; B. A. Horton, merchant, Monta villa; Patrick Holland, capitalist. 868 Sixteenth street; B. W. Isherwood. B. A B. Mnfg. Co., 375 Alder street; Carl Jensen, farmer, Sandy; H. 8. Jackaon, Insurance. 248 Stark street) John S. Kocher, contractor, 528 E. Everett St.; J. H. Leadua, farmer. Corbett, Or.; R. E. Menefee. real estate, 411 Rodney avenue; Michael McNulty, laborer, Ful ton; Alex. Matthle. farmer, Llnnton; Adrian McCalmaa, salesman, 716 K. Burnslde street: J. D. Near, real estate. 4 20 Mason street; Nels Nelson, farmer, B E 1. N I. W. ; Otto Nelaon, mer chant. 21 E. Fifteenth street; R Pra ger. merchant, 654 Everett street; Wil liam Parmer, mason. Powell Valley; 8 D. Paddock, farmer, Columbia Slough: H Relmers, bricklayer, 693 E Twenty-first street; M. Rlckard, . farmer, Hurlburt; Otto H. Relger, Jeweler, 687 Becond treet; James Shauneasy, ma chinist, 12114 Russell street: H S. Btone, farmer, Falrvlew; George Spring, farmer, Lents; R. B. Schwab, printer, city; Jacob Splegl. merchant, 700 Over ton street; 8. L. Stow., capitalist, Ninth street north; N. S. Spinney, clerk, 620 Albina avenue; R P. Sibley, clerk. 16$ Tillamook street; Frank Vanduyn, merchant, 705 Everett street; Paul Wes slnger, superintendent brewery, 665 Davis street MENDENHALL CASE SETTLED AT LAST With th filing of an order In the county court this morning by Judge Webster Is written "Finis" to th last chapter of the lengthy litigation in the Mendenhall family. The suit of Ed and A. R. Mendenhall against their father. Rush Mendenhall. as executor of the estate of their mother, Esther Louise Mendenhall. began In the county court, went to the circuit court and finally to the state supreme court on appeal, and then In different form reverted to the county court. By this order Judge Webster dis charges Ruh Mendenhall a executor of the estate. He uttn all the ob jections of the aons to the payment out or the estate of expenses Incurred by th father In endeavoring to establish the validity of the will. The remainder of th rental from the property will go to Rush Mendenhall. th bov refusing to) demand th pay ment of any money to themselve. Their cot will be borne by the executor. TEMOBIZED MB FASBEBTOEM. (Special IMspstrB to The Journal.) Moai-nw, Trl. Ana- 7 -Two IntOX- i. - tha names or Mike Casserly and Tom Hogan terrorised th -o fixed th epic train reUted. for passengers on a Northern rac here yesterday and were arr disorderly conduct. WALLOWA MAST DIES. (Special Dispatch to The Journal t Joseph, Or.. Aug. 27. Hon. C. E Jen nings, for many year prominent In the affairs of Wallowa oounty. died at bl residence hare, sftsr a short Illness, at 1 o'clock thl morning. of machinery and hlp' part and to erect and lease wharves, docks and fac tories. The Incorporators are Albert Kelly, Alexander Hyde, George Rodger and William Rodger The $28,000 capital stock la divided Into shares of $100. The Incorporators are men of experience In ship building and a large plant la prom ised for the construction of vessels of large stse. CAUGHT "LIFTING" office of the district attorney, but as no one would make the complaint she was released. She said, she would leave the city. and never return, and the detectives have been Instructed to keep close watch on her to see that she keeps her prom ise. The woman has never been seen here before, according to tb detectives. She said her home Is In Seattle and that she lifts three children there to support. Sho declared she bad never been In trouble before. She was elegantly, gowned. She used alt kind of. arguments to avoid being taken through the streets from th Meier A Frank store to police headquar ters, but her tears .and entreaties failed to move Detective Welner. of the rope broke. He fell, alighting on the cement sidewalk 4S. feet below on the top of his head. Those who picked him from the side walk thought he was dead, but It was found that he waa still alive. He wss taken to the St. Vincent hospital where Dr. Kenneth Mackensle has been treat ing him. He Is suffering from concus sion of the brain and some bad scalp wounda While the case Is a critical one the doctor has hopes of hi re covery. The home of the Injured man 1 at 425 Mortis street, where he re side with hi father. FIELD RESULTS AT THE ASTORIA MEET (Special Dispatch to Th Journal.) Astoria, Aug. 17. The field meet at A. F. C. park yesterday afternoon, mark ing the close of the tenth annual regatta, proved even a greater success than had been anticipated. About 5,000 people saw th games, and their disappointment over th failure of the Commercial club baseball team to win the regatta trophy waa forgotten In the exciting lacrosse game between the Portland arid Victoria teams. Th lacrosse match was the first aver witnessed here, and the fierce contest kept the crowd at a high pitch of excite ment. It ended in a draw. The lacrosse match coat the regatta a pretty penny but It waa well, worth the outlay. Here after lacrosse will be a feature of tha field meet. The baseball game for the regatta tro phy went to the Multnomah team. The final score was 6-3. Last night Fred Muller and Strangler Smith went on, for the hardest 20 rounds fought her In years. Both men were on their feet at the end of the 20th and It wns called a draw. The bowling tournament last night for the regatta trophy resulted In victory for the commercial team, which defeated Multnomah by the narrow margin of five pins. THORWARD HARTMAN DIES AT ST. LOUIS Thorward C. Hantman. son of 8. An drew Hsrtman of this city, died) after an illness of 'four days at St. Johns hospital in. St. Louts last Friday. Death was caused by yellow Jaundice. Deceased was but 26 years or sge. For severs! years he has held a respon sible position with the Rock Island com pany In Chicago. He was a college graduate and was prominent In T. M. C A. circles. His body baa been shipped Co Portland and will arrive here next Monday. Th funeral will take place from Flnley's undertaking parlors on Tuesday after noon at I o'clock. Deceased Is survived by his parents and a brqther and sister. WOMAN CAPTURES DARING BURGLAR Mrs. C F. Cavanaugh, 41 Morrison street, detected a bold burglar In the aot of looting her home yesterday af ternoon and screamed. He fled from the place and she gave chase yelling at the top of her vole for assistance. Three men who witnessed the chase. Joined In and soon overtook the man. H waa held until the arrival of police officers and locked In the city Jail. He gave the name of W. F. Shaw end 1 charged with larceity. When arrested he had In bis posses sion a purse belonging to Mrs. Cava naugh containing a small amount of money. BOY IS CAUGHT BY DERAILED CAR Being caught between two bicycle probably saved th life of Homer Proc tor, 17 year of age, last night on First street between Washington snd Stark, when a repair oar on th City A Su hurban line left the track and slid down the pavement towards th curb. Th oar threw the boy between th two wheels and the curb, and he was saved In that way. He suffered a broken col lar bone and two broken ribs, however, while snother boy who waa with him had his thumb crushed. The boy was removed to Good Sa maritan hospital, where he Is recovering. He resides with hi parents si 881 Water street and 1 employed by the Hasty Messenger company. FOT7WTJ WOT OwaiaTT. , tJovrcal Special Berries. ) Baker City, Or., Aug. 27. On of th first of the liquor case under "the new reform" wss tried ' yesterday afternoon before Justice Curry, who found the defendant. J. Muller. charged with vio lating the Sunday closing law, not guilty of th offen , THIS RECEPTION IS OOWCI.AVE DAILY-KABT BETA wrm or TOUaUSTI iai.ip TO BDKDAY AMD MOBDAY. No sooner do the Portland Knights Templsr speed their parting guests than new ones arrive and are given an equally cordial welcome and Godspeed on their way to the San Francisco conclave. The special train of Deputy Grand Master Moulton and his party or is nir Knights and their ladle arriving here yesterday morning pulled out at 4 o'clock, yesterday ' afternoon over th Southern Pacific, waving farewell to the many, new friend they had made during their brief stay. "They were delighted with Portland. notwithstanding the smoky skies that by chance greeted them on thl trip," say Grand Commander George H. Hill of the Oregon Knights Tamplar. This evening at 6:30 o'clock and to morrow morning at 6 and 6:10 o'clock three special train will arrive over the Northern Facinc. Dringing i more knights and ladle en route to th con clave. They will be received t tha ts- tlon and escorted to the Portland hotel, which Is permanent headquarters at this point of the pilgrimage. Reception committees of local knights snd Port land women will entertain them and they will be taken on short excursions about the city, to the heights, the exposition ground, or wherever they prefer to go. There will be no formal program ox entertainment. D Caprlo' band will discourse muslo In th hotel court yard throughout the day. The visitors will depart tomorrow evening for San Fran cisco. A large delegation from Denver com- mandery will arrive Monday evening. They come on a special train a far as Th Dalles. There they will be met by a reception committee, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gris wold and Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Cooper, representing Portland com- mandery, and the entire party win Doara the steamer Bailey Oatsert and finish the trip to Portland by river. This dele gation will remain In Portlsnd three days, seeing tha sights and visiting friends. BIG LAND PURCHASE FOR It P. TERMINAL The Northern Pacific Railroad com pany has purchased property In this city for Increased terminal raciiiue. iob terday the sum of $250,000 wss paid by the Northwestern Improvement com pany, said to be a subsidiary company of the Northern Pacific, for 1,000-feot water frontage and othr .property owned by the Willamette Steam Mill Lumbering and Manuracturlng company on North Front Street from Qulmby al most to Upshur treet. The property was purchased for the purpose of erecting docks and wharves for Its oriental trade. The deal has been pending for months and reference was made to the matter In The Journal of August 10. It Is said to hav been practically completed during the recent visit of President Howard Elliott to thl city. Local officials disclaim any knowledge of the transaction, whtle those who had charge of th transfer refuse to announce the personnel of the Northwestern Improvement company. It 1 said to be a corporation organised under th law of New Jersey and to be a branch organisation, of the Northern Pacific TRAGEDY RECALLED BY WOMAN'S DEATH (Special Dispatch to The Journal.) Pendleton, Or., Aug. 27. The death In thl olty of Mrs. William Curtright. wife of a prominent Umatilla (county farmer, recall an Iowa tragedy of a dosen years ago. Mrs. Curtrlght's first husband, Jamas Col, was shot to death on hla farm near Dubuque by an Insane Finn and the woman received In her aide one of the bullets Intended for her husband. Tha bullet was never extracted and she carried It till her death. Mrs. Curtright wss 40 years of age. She married William Curtright, a pioneer of the county, three year ago. Death due to typhoid fever. WESTON IS SWEPT BY A MORAL WAVE (Special Dispatch to The Journal ) Weston. Or.. Aug. $7. A moral wave ha swept over th town of Weston and th citizens declare that they will purge th place of all forma of vice. A woman charged with keeping a questionable house has been plsoed under Arrest. She declares that If she Is convicted In the Justice court she will carry tha case up to the stats circuit court. OAjraTOaT DECUSEB NO ATXOaf, (Journal Special Berries ) Salt Lake City, Utah. Aug. 87. David H. Cannon has declined the nomination for presidential elector to which he was nominated by the Republican state con vention. Fear that his being a polyga mic might be detrimental to the suc cess of the ticket Is understood to be the reason for his action. The state committee appointed Judge Jamea, a miner, a Gentile, to fill th vacancy. (Special Dispatch to Th Journal. ) Drain, Or., Aug. 27. The citizen of Drain met at th city hall laet evening ami organised the Drain Commercial elub. Benton Mires was chosen presi dent and A. T. Fetter secretary. The club will affiliate with the Oregon De velopment league and will make an effort to secure some needed enterprises for ths town. Dratn I making a bigger growth thl year than In any previous year In the history of the town. (Special Dispatch to The Journal.) Eugene. Or., Aug. 27. Archie Plck ard, a young boy of Camp Creek, whtle at work on the farm at hi home, was bitten by a rattlesnake. He wa Imme diately taken to Eugene, where medical assistance could be had, and 1 now on th way to recovery. Th bite wss not In a bad pine, or th result might hav been more serious j OT lOOatlD. (Special Dtspstrh to The JosroaL) Lewtston. Ida., Aug. 27. Leonard Powell, aged 16. who ha been mllng from his home for flva weeks, has been located, working In a harvest field near here. He ear he did not think of his parents' anxiety. viHtirtrkiKlHti GENERAL SPORTING NEWS j; Edited by J. A. HOR AN j ; JEFFRIES EASILY DEFEATS MUNROE '(Continued from Page Six.) and smashed bis face. Some one shout ed. "Stop It; th man will be killed!" and Oraney Jumped between the fight er. He pushed Jeff away, and Mun ro' seconds piled Into the ring and led the defeated man to hi corner. Crowd and th Purse. The crowd was not so large a early report indicated, th fact that th fight waa to be a foregone conclusion keep ing many of the sport away. Th to tal receipt amounted to 121,680. Out of thl th club take 18,720. the bal ance being divided amang th fighter. $7,646 going to Jeffrie attod $6,232 going to Munro for the walloping he received. After th battle wss Over. Referee Oraney said: "I was foroed to top th light to av Munro from being killed. The aledgo haramsr blow of Jffrle wre In a fair way to end the miner's Ufa Jeff showed In th fight that h la better, stronger and faster than ever. He mad Munroe look Ilk an Ice wagon and hit him at will, while Munro waa absolutely un able to land effectually. Th only mark on Jeff 1 a alight scratch on th arm. while Munro' face la beaten to a pulp, hi noee awollen. hi eye closed and hi body bruised." In th preliminary bout Saginaw Kid got th deolsloo over Jockey Burns In th fourth round, and Billy Mean and Willie Sullivan went four rounds, th award going to Means. DELMAR AND ALERT GO AGAINST TIME (Journal Special Berries.) Readvlll, Ma., Aug. 27. Major Del mar and Prince Alert ware sent against their record here yesterday and could do nothing against th strong wind. In an attempt to beat th record of 2:024 for a mil made by a trotter without a pacemaker. Major Delmar mad exactly th record time. Summary: 2:0$ pace, purse $1,000, 2 In $ heat Cheerln' Lass won tb first and third heats in 2:06, 2:07. 2:09 trot, purse 8U600. I in $ Stanley Dillon won two straight heals In 8:00. 2:004. 2:1$ trot, purs $1,000. 8 In 8 Hopper won two straight heats In 2:16H, 2:16. 2:04 pace, purse $1,000, 1 In 3 Major C. won the Second and third heats In 2:07, 2:1$. At Chicago. Aug. 27. Hawthorn Chicago, sum- mary: Four and a half furlongs Colonel Rupert won; time, 0:66 2-6. One mile Ethylene wont time. 1:42 2-6. Six furlongs Iron Lindsay time, 1 :12 2-6. One mils Dungannoo, won; 1:42 3-5. Five furlongs Useful Lady won; time, won; time. 1 :02 4-6. Seven furlong Bay-wood won; time, 1:2$ 4-6. At St. Louis. St. Louis, Aug. 27. Fair grounds summary: Flv furlongs, purse Angellta won; time, 1:02. Six and one-half furlongs, selling! Death won; time. 1:22. Flv and ona-half furlong, selling Fruit won; time, 1:08. Six furlongs, handicap Otto Stlfel won; time. 1:14. Mil and 70 yards, purse Never Such won; time, 1:46. Mile String won: time. 1:42. At Sacramen 2?! R 2:27 class, trotting, purse $500 Hetta H., by McKlnney-Smut, won; tint. 2:16. 2:17 class, pacing, purse $600 Nance O'Neill, by Pilot Prince-Nona T., won; time. 2:09. Running, five furlongs, handicap Idalum won; time, 1:02. Four furlongs, handicap Oosslper won; tint, 1 :02. Five furlong, selling Sir Preaton won; time, 1:0L . Seven furlongs, purs Willi D"Or won; time, 1:28. SALEM BURGLARS CAUGHT IN ACT (Special Dispatch to The Journal.) Salem. Aug. 17. Officer L. W. Murphy, while looking through tha alleys In tha main business blocks aa is his usual want, found tha window In tha rear of tha second-hand store of B. F. Jer man open, and watching by It a mo ment a man emerged therefrom only to find himself looking down th barrel of a revolver in the band of Officer Murphy. After ecurtng hi man Murphy blw hi call and It wa responded to by Sheriff W. J. Culver and hla deputy H. P. Mlnto. and on their arrival there an examination of the store was made and a confederat waa discovered In biding Instd. He was brought out and th two war taken to the city Jail, where they will have an opportunity to plead to the cbarg of feloniously burgling. Th name of th two men are Ratsen Vlb sen and Ed Olaon. both Swedes, and pre sumed to be hard characters. There are two more In their party presumably In the city and thy may be driven out of town. It seam that they shipped aome toola from Canby In th nm of A. Rappert son by express, and these things ware taken out of the express office snd sold to Jajrman. These thing wr no doubt simply used to secure sn Intro duction to the store, but how they came Into their possession 1 not known. Th matter will come up for exami nation before Judg N. J. Judah, city recorder, today. Thl morning President J. H. Boott of the Oregon Good Road association, Vlc-Preldent Jasper Wllklns of the Oregon state agrlcultursl board, and Secretary Wylle A. Moore of the tte fair drove out to the Waldo hill farm of Prldent W. H. Downing to see him about the proposed good roads exhibit st the state fair. These men ere very anxious to have this exhibit and for thl reon are go ing to see President Downing, who can not com down to town on account of sickness. idaho nonn $ (SpreUI Dlspsteh to The Journal ) roret. Ida, Aug $T. J. T. Glim, sged 8$. an attache of the Indian agency and a pioneer of Idaho, died here yesterday. POWELL AND BREEZE CARRY OFF HONORS Bethel and Goss were defeated yes terday In the tennis single at th state tournament by Breese of Tacoma and Powell, th champion of Brttlh Co lumbia. There was great Interest dis played In the semi-finals of the men's singles, and the defeat of Major Bethel earn a a surprise, Breese's work, however, was superb and his exhibition captured th crowd. In th Powell Ooss match there waa considerable pretty playing, and It took Powell a long time to down the local player. Tha point wars aa follows: POWELL. Opponent's faults. Passes. Nets. Outs, u Dies. First sat .. Second set Third est . Fourth set Fifth eat .. Total . . 26 If 20 16 ....11 16 .Tt.10 ....12 6 11 12 4 41 J 76 .76 GOSS. First sat . Second set Third aat Fourth set Fifth sat . .22 .18 15 J 14 17 8 T Total $0 29 61 Th analyst of th Bethel Breese match follow: BETHEL. Opponent's faults. Bene- Dou lce. Pass. Nets.Outablea. First aat 1 $ $ Second aat ... f 1$ 16 6 Third set 0 14 16 11 Fourth sat.... 0 12 6 12 Fifth sst I .$ 8 1 Total 6 88 41 $7 BREEZE. First sat 1 S I Second sat.... $ 6 t 18 Third sst .... $ 18 $ Fourth sst.... 6 10 10 8 . Fifth sst 11 12 8 Total 87 60 $T 42 o 2 0 0 0 The finals will be played this after noon, the summary up to date being: Gentlemen' singles, third round Goss defeated McAlpln. 6-8, $-8. Semi-finals Breese defeated Bethel, 6-0. 6-7, 4-$. $-4, 6-2; PoweU defeated Goss. 7-$, 6-1, 6-7. $-$, 6-2. Gentlemen's doubles semi - final Wlckersham and Smith defeated Mc Alpln and Letter, 6-0. 6-3. 6-0; Powell and Hunter defeated Bethel and Breese, 6-4. 6-4. 6-$. Ladles' doubles', semi - finals Mis Strong and Mia Robertson defeated Mis Craig and Miss Fording, $-6, 1-e, $-$. Mixed doubles, semi . final Powell and Miss Haltshu defeated Breese and Mis Fording. 7-5, 6-0: Hunter and Mra Langton defeated Rudy and Mra Cook. 6-2. 6-$v. Consolations, third round Hunter defeated Cook.' 6-2. 6-$: semi - finals Hunter defeated Letter, $-4. $-$; Ander son defeated Richer. 6-4, 6-2. Seals Turn Tables on Tiger. San Francisco. Aug. 27. Th Seals turned the table on tb Tigers yeater day and administered a crushing de feat to liahar men by the score of 14 to 2. St. Vrain pitched elegant ball up to th seventh and eighth Inning, whan 'Frisco scored 12 runs. Score: i ei San Fran o 1 0 0 0 1 7 6 14 10 4 Tacoma 02000000 0 2 4 8 Batteries Whalen and Gorton; St. Vrain and Hogan. Umplr O'Connell. a Drubbing. Seattle, Wash, Aug. 27. Seattle turned loose a fu si lade of hits on "Rusty" Hall ytrday and defeated th Angel by th score of 18 to 8. Blsnkenshlp mad a home run with the bases full In th third inning. , Ths score: R jr Seattl 1101000 18 16 0 Los Angeles ...0 01001000 2 11 $ Batteries Shields and Wilson; W. Hall and Spies. Umpire Brown and McDonald. auto mmaowD vmom. (Joirnul 8pclsi Berries.) New York. Aug. 17. J. A. Ellis and A. G. Schmidt of Chicago broke th automobile record from Chicago to New Tork today by three hour and 14 minutes. . They left Chicago In tha morning of August 24 and arrived at Weehawken at 8:4 this morning. CIRCUS IS ON ITS WAY TO PORTLAND As every person In Portland who ha a boy or girl acquaintance knows. Ring ling Bros.' circus Is due here tomorrow and will remain two days, giving exhi bition afternoon and night of Monday and Tuesday. The long trains will ar rive here Sunday morning at the show ground at Savler and Twenty-fifth treat. It will be worth anyone's time to spend a few hours tomorrow watching the well trained army toss up the great eanvaa. It will be an excellent way to get an idea of the immensity of tb how. Th big parade Monday morning Will start from th show ground at 10 o'clock and should not be missed. Ticket will be on sale Monday and Tuesday at Graves' muslo store. . $5 READINGS 50c PROF. YARMO ZINGLER Scientific PhrsEolntfat, Palmlat. Peycbooietsr sad Mentaltat. Advice on all questions pertain ing to human Ufa. Will do what others claim to do. Hoars 0:60 to . M1U Morrison. Comer S Tenth. Every Woman U IntmrnMmA ft. ltd Ohhoaid kOOW seDOUl um WW8UTDI MARVEL Whirling Spray Tha new Tialail liajai Aelae Ml Jiansas. nasi sai ast Most Cosvselss. r he supply the IHV i'i no . DQt Kama for lllaatraled hook lull 4. It aires Illustrated fall nemrutars tat dlrarttona ilk Valuable to I ad lea. MARtKL COW For Sale By WOOD1BD, CLAIM $1 CO.. T$J$ -Aldrtoa h'sao-. Vtus VwwT hv)jsrfs,t fart It. 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CL055ET & DEYER5 ) DOBTLAND.OBESON. REFFLING IMPORTING TAIL OK 331 WASHINGTON STREET A Boynton Furnace In your house soon pay for tself In com tort and saving o ur. with you on the r fuel. Let ua OS- cost of Installing one In your house J. o. "at- 818 Second It, Tel. w tfmunmmiamm AWW- , AxSmum 1 CASTORIA Tor Infanta and CliUdren. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TEETH SPECIALS EXTENDED UNTIL SEPT. 1 Boston Painless Dentists Will make special low school rates la order that all school children may come and have their teeth oared for during vacation. , These are the only dentists in Port land having the late botanical discovery to apply to the gums for Painless Blg tracting. Filling and Crowning Tth. and guaranteed for ten years. tl f F T I I 1 ExtfictlnS JtE Eximtnatlo REC Gold Fillings 7Sc Gold Crows J3.N Silver Fillings 35c Full St of Tetth $3.00 Crowns and Bridge Week a Prices a specialty. Onr Patent suotion win kola roar a up. VO STUD EST TS. Com In at one and take advantage of low rates. All work done by amectaltatai without pain and guaranteed for 111 yeara Boston Painless Dentists Fifth and Morrison, streets, entrance 881ft Morrison. , TUSCAN Mineral Springs T SAT 1ST To Whom It May Concern- I cam to th above springs en April 8 to tak treatment for my eye. I bad a very severs attack of catarrh of th eyea waa almost blind after treating with the best specialists that could b found, and suffering for nine yeara I have at laat found a cur her at tb FAMOUS TUSCAN SPRINGS. I a; not praise them too highly. I bop that others that are afflicted wUl glv then a trial. lU-pectfu, Room 808. Commercial Blag. Portland. Oregon. Mr. I. C Palmer, of Palmar. Or. was cured of rheumatism. If yon are sick writ to us; we will give yon tb nam and address of Mm one oared of a similar complaint. Tuscan Mineral Springs Corp. TTJ8Ca.lt. CAT. 3EKD go FOB BOTTLE 07 STOMACaT, aVaTS OATAJUaX gaVLT. C. GEE WO Tho Great Chlasso Doctor k I called great be cause Ml wonder rui curt ar as wall known throughout tha United States, and because so many ?eocl are thankful o him for easing their live from OPERATIONS Re treats any and 11 diseases with Cowerfut Chin erba, roota, buds, barks and vegetable btlHaBk that are entirely un known to medical science In thl. coun try, snd through th us iiirJISj leas reaaiedlea This f araou doctor "OVS the Jctlon Sf 8M different r.mU that he has suoceserullr ! 1 diseases. He guarantees to our eatarra. esSSna, long Jti'2ri'R: Touintn. stomach, lver "-; male trouble and all Private dleeasea Hundreds of testimonials. CnaraW moderata Can and see nim. VOmm V UTATTOsT TMMM. Patient out of th city writ re ManV and circular, aaoleae stamp. AV THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE U). 181 Alder street Portland, Or. M MEN AND WOMII. 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