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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGU8T 7, 1904.
Arrads . .
There Is one steamboat rids that every
man, woman and child In America ought
to taae. xnere is no nner scenery on
earth than that or the Columbia, and
mere is no nner sieamDoai on tne Co
lumbia or Willamette, rivers In fact
there is none so fleet and new, than the
Charles R. Spencer. The Spencer leaves
root or Washington street Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays for all points
on the Columbia between Portland and
The Dalles, passing- within plain view of
the great waterfalls, mountains, canyons
and gorges that have made this river
famous throughout all the world. TL
At Salem yesterday Governor Chant'
berlaln appointed 400 Immigration
gents of the Northern Pacific and
t'nlon Pacific railway as honorary lm
migration commissioners of the state of
Oregon. They are located at various
places throughout the eastern and
middle western states. Their commie
slons were granted by authority of an
act of the legislature empowering the
governor to Invite Immigration. They
were appointed at the request of Secre
tary Henry E. Reed of the Lewis and
Clark corporation, who has arranged
with them to advertise the fair.
A new hall Is to be built by the Mil-
wauaie grange, 1'airons 01 riusoanary.
A building fund haa been started and
the trustees have had articles of lncor
poratlon prepared so as to proceed
properly with their work as soon as they
desire. T. R. A. Bellwood hss offered to
donate a building sits a short distance
from the electric railroad where there
la an abundance of running water. He
has also prepared plans for the proposed
building, which will be presented to the
members of the grange at the next
meeting, with the articles of lncorpora
tlon, for their approval.
During the warm weather the En
deavor society of. the First Christian
church, corner Park and Columbia, com
bines its meeting with the evening
preaching service. The combined serv
ice begins at 7:10 p. m.. the Endeavorers
conducting a bright 40-mlnuts service
at the close of which, without Inter
mission, the pastor gives a short ser
mon on some phsse of the Endeavor
topic. This Sunday evening Mr. Muck
ley's subject will be "How Christianity
Makes Heroes." His morning sermon
will be on "The Church Extension Plan
Cltlsens of Mllwaukle are in a quandary
as to whom they are to pay their poll
tax. Marshal John Kelao has been col
lecting the $2 tax from the residents
under orders. Recently Collector Coun
cil I of Clackamas county has notified
msny of the taxpayers that they must
pay their poll tax to him. The city
charter of the town states that Mll
waukle can collect II poll tax within
the city limits. A there seems to be a
conflict between the city and county in
this matter, a test case will be mad
to see who I entitled to collect the
There will be a meeting of the com
mittee In charge of the consumptives'
sanitarium Monday afternoon to decide
definitely on the sit and on other de
tslls of the undertaking. A sit com
mittee has practically agreed upon a lo
cation. The announcement will not be
made until several other minor details
have been completed. The committee la
composed of Dr. Woods Hutchinson, Dr.
O. 8. Blnswanger and Dr. Franklin
The editor of the Black Diamond Ex
press, a monthly magaslne published by
the Lehigh Valley railway, is preparing
an extensive system of advertising of
the northwest. He has requested infor
mation on the subject of General Pas
senger Agent A. L. Craig of the Oregon
Railroad A Navigation company. Ore
gon and the Lewis and Clark fair. In
particular, will be advertised through
the east and southeast.
Believing that the keno case recently
brought before him would ultimately go
to a higher court. Justice Seton hold
Peter Grant and Nate Solomon to an
swer In the circuit court yesterday af
ternoon, the amount of ball for each
man being fixed at $160. It was imme
diately furnished Deputy District At
torney Adams represented the state and
Ed Mendenhall appeared for Grant and
410 share of stock in ths Burrell In
vestment company by Gordon Voorhles,
administrator of ths estate of Mrs. Rosa
F. Burrell. to W. M. Ladd for 140.000.
The city of Portland, under the terms
of the will, Is a bene. clary, as provision
Is mads for ths construction of a foun
tain In the plaaa block at a coat of
Mining Congress Delegate To cap
your visit to Portland pleasantly, tako
ths Bailey Oatsert excursion up the Co
lumbia river to Cascade Locks and re
turn tomorrow. It I a trip well worth
traveling mile and miles to see, and
you really must tske it. Columbia river
scenery, a you've probably heard, is the
moot msgnlfloent In America; and the
trip if taken on this handsome steamer
the Bailey Gataert makes it doubly
enjoyable. It Is the acme of comfort
and convenience, and It unobstructed
observation deck are something no
other Columbia river steamer can boast
of. Steamer leaves Alder street wharf
at 8:30 a, m returning to Portland et
n board. Round trip 11. Phone Main
914 for any further information. Ths
steamer is beautifully decorated from
stem to stern with the Astoria regatta
IS FOOLISH 01
DM. OOLEIBT OT COTTAGE OlOVE
MAKES lUOOJllTIOI THAT MAT
raiTiai ronn wun id
YOOATBS TO YXAJBX.T BUBaTWU
The newsboys have Issued formal In
vitatlons to a number of their friends to
Join them on a moonlight excursion up
ths river tonight on the steamer Charles
R. Spencer. Sixty boys will attend and
many prominent people of the city have
been Invited. Music and refreshments
will be provided. The steamer was do
nated for the a occasion by Captain
Oregon City river trip.
A good way to spend your Sunday
Is on the boats. These river trip
Are cool, comfortable, and pleasant
Bring your friends and show them
The river. Sunday boats leave
Taylor street 1:10, 10, 11: a. m.. 1
I, 4:10, 6:16 p. m. Round trip 25c
Information is desired by eastern rela
tlves concerning the whereabouts of
Frank R- Fann, who Is supposed to be
working as a carpenter In the city. C.
B. Fann, residing at 211 Fremont ave
nue north, Minneapolis, states that the
father of ths missing msn has Just died
and the Minneapolis relatives are anx
ious to Inform F. R. Fann of the death.
John Stoneroad, secretary for the E.
H. Moorehouse company, was Injured In
an elevator In the Hotel Portland Thurs
day and his left foot was badly sprained
He waa on the fifth floor when some
one below pulled the rope starting the
elevator downward. He fell and sprained
his foot. He Is now confined to his
home, 811 Front street.
What la believed to have been an In
cendiary fire nearly destroyed the home
of O. Parker, 620 Multnomah avenue.
Sell wood, Thursday night. The amoke
awakened the household, however, and
Mr. Parker succeeded In extinguishing
the flame before much damage was
Dedication service will be held Sep
tember 4 at the new synagogue, Ahaval
Sholom, at Park and Clay streets. The
new edifice haa been practically com
pleted and an appropriate program has
been arranged for the occasion. Invita
tions have been Issued for ths event.
Eugene V. Debs, who has acquired na
tional fame as a labor leader, will ad
dress Portland Socialists and others in
terested In the modern tenets of the
party at the exposition building, Septem
Portland and Victoria.
Sunshine or rain.
Grounds Hawthorne and Eighth street
Everybody is going; all cars transfer.
Sunday. August 28, I o'clock.
Admission IB cents. Grand stand 26c.
Goodyear Shoe Repair Co., Tamnlll
street near gaa office. Phone Main
2011. Repairing while you wait Sewed
soles, 75a; rubber heels, 38c. Always
on time. Shoes called for and delivered
free any reasonable distance.
It was the Royal Italian band that
played at the Hotel Portland for the
entertainment of the Knights Templar
reception, and not De Caprlo's band, as
stated in this morning' Oregonlan.
"The government may mean well In
setting aside vast tracts of timber land
and letting them become brush-covered
and mere fire trap but the system 1
Just a mistaken a If the thing was
don with malice." said. Dr. W. W
Ogleeby of Cottage Grove, yesterday
Dr. Ogleeby 1 In the city attending tho
Mining congress afed incidentally
preaching a new doctrine of forest re
'1 have been on every reserve In the
Pacific northwest continued the doc
tor, "and for 60 years I have traversed
mountains, valleys and thickets, and
know whereof I apeak, when I say the
entire system put In foroe by the gov
ernment is radically wrong.
"Tree have their ltf like a crop of
nay or a patch of cabbage. When thel
period of usefulness ends they begin
to deteriorate and are worthies la a
few ream We would oall farmer a
fool who year after year allowed his
hay crop to encumber the ground with
out ever cutting an acre of It, and we
would term him Insane If he allowed
thta field to become so weed-choked that
a spark of fire would devastate the en
tire farm in the dry season, but this Is
the policy adopted by the government.
and It la, as I said before, dangerous
"There are vast forests of rotting
trees In the government reserves that
might have been used ss sawlog had
thay been cut wjhen they were ripe.
There are thousands of acre of big
tree that are only a shell, the entire
inside having decayed and left but the
bark and a thin crust beneath. Why
not cut this timber before it goes to
"Another bit of folly is preventing
fires to be set In the reservations until
the brush and undergrowth becomes
so high that when the inevitable fir
comes the whole forest is destroyed,
Old settlers and Indians know that ths
only safe method la to annually burn
off the undergrowth, when It is so thin
that it would not endanger ths big
trees. Then the grass can grow and you
have a beautiful forest. Instead of a
In speaking of the method to be fol
lowed In preventing big forest fire
and the wast of valuable timber, Mr
"Use the rangers to act as over
seers and let them allow annually the
cutting of such timber as Is ripe. The
Pacific coast, year after year, produces
enough timber for all lumber needs if
the waate la stopped and merely the
annually ripe product Is cut Tbsn 1st
there be fires started each year In the
reserves and allow -them to burn oft
the year's brush, and by taking proper
back-fire precautions no loss will re
suit Had the government adopted this
plan Instead of the one now in vogue.
we would have had vast areas or pro
ducing forests instesd of the bleak hills
and barren valleys that mark the path
of great forest fires.
AT THE THEATRES
EMPIRE OPENS TOMOMOW.
The opening of the Empire as a popu
lar-prlcsd stock theatre will take place
tomorrow afternoon, when the Welae
mann company will present for the first
time in Portland Oliver Dowd Byron s
scenic comedy - drama, "The Inside
Track" It is a great play, and will be
presented by a most excellent company.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Portland Christian Endeavor anion will
be held at Hawthorne park next Tues
day, August- 80, at 8 p. m. There will
be a short business session, to be fol
lowed by a social evening. The Cum
berland, Mlspah and Third Presbyterian
societies are to have an outing on that
night and have kindly Invited ths local
union to meet with them.
Presiding Elder F. H. Neff will preach
at the United Brethren church. East
Fifteenth and Morrison streets, tomor
row at 11 o'clock In the forenoon and
8 o'clock in the evening. He la a
preacher of marked ability and a largs
audience will likely be present to hear
Gordon E. Randall, the -year-old son
of Rev. and Mrs. William E. Randall,
died Thursday at ths Gillespie sana
torium from the effects of an operation'
for appendicitis. The funeral wHl be
held this afternoon from the family
residence, East Twelfth street.
Sests in new Synagogue Ahavla Sho
lom. corner Park and Clay streets, will
be sold Sunday, August 28, 1804, at 8'
p. m. Members and non-members de
siring seats are requested to attend
Portland Heights Park Royal Ital
ian band concert, moving pictures. Il
lustrated songs. Special program to
night and Sunday night.
Wa-Hoo Tonic The great blood pur
ifier, nerve tonic end liver regulator.
Just what you need these days. For
sal by all drugglsta. '
Furniture packed for removal, fur
niture repaired, reflnlshed, fine piano
polishing. Walborn, 284 Second; tele
phone Hood 1677. , .
STAB'S GREAT ACT.
The Star theatre haa presented to the
people of Portland this week the most
sensational act In vaudeville This Is
Cyclone's daredevil ride. Today and to
morrow are his last appearance riding
up the devil's chimney.
ARCADE S NO VEX. TIES.
Ranee Smith Is a monologlst who
makes his audiences laugh until they.
cry. He has a steady flow of mirth,
and his dancing la ths funlneat ever seen
In vaudeville. McKeever and Sandry do
a humorous boxing aot that Is lrreslst
lble, while the Electric trio of funmak-
ers have a farce that Is full of laugh
Portland Wire ft Iron Work are now
located at Trenkman Co.'s on Fourth
near Flanders. Work turned out
Fishing tackle, every description re
tailed at greatly reduced price. Honey
man & McBrlde, Third and Taylor Bta
Steam boiler insurance covers damags
to boiler, property and for Injuries.
Campbell Rodger. 261 Washington.
Through City Attorney) McNary an
other objection waa filed in the county
court yesterday afternoon to the sal of
MANN & BEACH
99 Second Street
X EST WORK
Is not in our line, but
the best Laundry work
in this city comes from
OREGON LAUNDRY AND
TOILET SUPPLY CO.
a . ITT AM.
Plat glass insurance against break
age. Maryland Casualty Company, 261
Chew Den-Tal-Oum. have pearly teeth
and prevent decay. For sale everywhere.
Burglary Insurance. Maryland Cas
ualty Company, 1S1 Washington.
Dr. O. C Blaney, I. O.
Wis Br., dentists, the Falling blag
Dr. la. M. Thornton, dentist Marquam.
Dr. Amos, surgeon, Dekum building.
Ansley Printing Co.. 280 Oak street
As the result of an Inquest held over
the body of O. M. Rosendale, the Port
land man, who met death at Kalama re
cently, a verdict waa rendered to the
effect that death resulted from suffoca
tion under circumstance peculiar and
unusual, but purely accidental.
According to the testimony, Rosen
dale retired about 8:80 in good heslth
and spirits to his room at the residence
of E. L. Collins. Hs Intended to arise
at 4 o'clock the next morning and take
ths early train for Portland
.Awakening during the night It Is sup
posed he struck a match to aee the time,
and finding It too early, he fell asleep
again. The theory advanced is thst the
match must havs come, in contact with
some of ths bed clothes, which caught
Are and smouldered, the smoke irom
them smothering the sleeper.
The five pretty red-haired girl who
compose Zlnn's pony ballet at the Bijou
this week have captured the town. As
dancers thsy sre supreme. They are at
the Bijou, and crowds of people are vis
iting tli theatre since their fame haa
spread among those who like the best In
If Vou want to pass a few moments
of your Idle time drop in at the Lyric
Sunday afternoon or evening. Every
act of this house's bill Is above the
average this week and haa been given
the stamp of approval of all those who
have attended If you would see the
best go to the Lyric Continuous per
formance Sunday from 3 to 14 p. m.
Everything; Is In readiness for the
opening of the season at the Baker thea
tre tomorrow. The alay for the com
ing week is Sardou's "Cleopatra." Ths
attraction will be the best that ha ever
been housed at this theatre and the de
mand for seats shows that the public
anticipates a clever performance. In
"Cleopatra" Melbourne MacDonald will
appear a Mara Antony, the part he
played when he appeared with the late
Fanny Davenport In Portland.
' EMPIRES OPENING
The Empire theatre open its season
tomorrow afternoon with the Wiede
mann Stock company In the melodrama.
"The Inatde Track." The leading rolea
will be played by Frank Fannin and
Nellie Wiedemann. Mr. Wiedemann
himself will sppear a week hence In
GOODS GIVEN AWAY.
A Sellable Firm Makes an Announce
ment to ThI Biff set for Tonight
I., Oevurts & Sons sre advertising a
Saturday night's sale tonight from 8
to 10 of all accumulated odds and enda
The prices quoted In their ad are prac
tically 10 cents on the dollar. Every
thing from a set of Havlland China plato
to a substsntlal piece of furniture I of
fered. No sales of these good until 8
p. m. tonight. An extra set bf clerks
will bs on handfn wait on the people
If you want to examine th goods thsy
are ready now for Inspection, and yon
pan call and do so. Small Items must
be taken at tlms of purchase; larger
ones will be delivered next week.
Any woman who Is down town tonight
and doesn't go to Oevurts' will miss an
opportunity to get something for nothing.
AT WORLD'S FAIR
gum. O ALLOW AT MAKES REQUEST
FOB OBB1T BXKZBXT WIBXBS
OBOVni TO rOlWilD
BIST ABTB AT OBI
In an endeavor to arouse interest in
Oregon's horticultural exhibit at the St,
Louis fair, th general superintendent
has addresssd a number of latter to
various part of th stats. It Is desired
that Oregon's exhibit shall be a lsader
among those of other states. Th let
"Wo ar trying to make a creditable,
exhibit of the horticultural product of
Oregon. To accomplish this object It la
necsssary to awaken th Interest and
enlist the support of the fruitgrowers of
our state Can you not send us sam
ple of fruit of -high quality that vou
may have during th remainder of the'
season? We need them need them seri
ously peaches, pears, plums, prunes,
apples, grapes., nuts; In fact everything
covered by th term 'Oregon horticul
ture.' We want th best
"Trusting that you can to some extent
comply with this request the following
suggestions are submitted: Specimens
uniform in size, shape and color should.
If possible, be selected These should
be wrapped separately and packed snug
ly to prsvent shaking and bruising It
Is advisable to plac not ovsr 20 pounds
of fruit In any on package. Mark
plainly aa to variety, grower and place
where grown. Kindly send by express,
collect, to Charles V. Galloway. Oregon
exhibit horticulture, world's fair, St
"Oregon haa on of th best locations
In ths Palace of Horticulture, and w
are In a position to exhibit fruits to ad
vantage Anything you may send us
will bs labeled and credited as directed,
will be entered and scored for awards In
the name of the grower and the ststs of
"Thanking you In advance for any fa
vors you may see fit to render, and
promising to acknowledge promptly the
receipt of all packages, we remain, very
"W. H. WKHRTJNQ.
"Bupt of Horticulture.'
A Handsome Showing
What 1 undoubtedly th most mag
nificent showing of smokers' requisites
ever brought to the Pacific coast Is that
displayed at the store and In the win
dows of Slg Slchel A Co.'s cigar store, at
82 Third street
Mr. Slchel has recently returned from
New York, and following his arrival In
Portland came the advanced ' things In
holiday goods for the smoker. An enu
meration of the exquisite articles would
indeed be lengthy, and only a vague Idea
formed then as to the real beauty and
vastness of the subject In hand.
Just a few of the many goods things
are shown In th north window, and a
glance gives the spectator a alight con
ception of what the stock proper may
contain. Handsome leather cigar-cases,
with unlqua designs of gold, silver and
bronae, are profuaely shown and cannot
fall to arouse thoughts of "what a
handsome present!" Cigarette-cases of
gun metal, with silver Initials, are lib
erally shown a well. Smoking sets,
too, play an Important factor In consti
tuting the display, while beautiful game
set- almost too elaborate to use can
not fall to elicit admiration. Unique
designs In ash-receivers, match-stands
and tobacco Jars are also in evidence
and will embellish wonderfully a smok
er's den. As for pipe or all chapes,
slses and kinds, this store "holds ths
reins." A 1300 on gives an Idea a to
th quality. Inlaid silver French briar
pipe are also a feature of the new
goods. One of these pipes give the
owner an exclusive uss of Its kind ab
solutely no duplicates. '
The usual high standard of tobacco
In all Its manufactures is In harmony
with Its new associates, the stock being
kept strictly up to date and comprising
all of the latest goods. Smokers can
always rely on this stors for ths best of
everything In smokers' appurtenances.
We cordially Invite the ladles of Port
land to Inspect the great stock. For
birthday or anniversary presents for a
man this store should be a Mecca.
We Want Your Fall Order
for Heavy-Grade Shoes
Write us and when in the city call and
see us. We will convince you that we
an save you money Our shoes con
tain absolutely the best leather obtain
able both in the uppers and bottoms
Put a few "isbestos Calf" shoes on
your shelf and be convinced that they
are good serviceable shoes and good sellers
Reid & Hertsche Co.
SHOE MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLE
SALE LEATHER AND FINDINGS
9 and 11 North First Street
H. A. Webber has returned from a
ix weeks' outing at Seaside.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Bowersox have re
turned from an outing visit with their
sons st Jacksonville, Albany and Salem.
W. W. Walsworth. wife and daughter.
of Butte, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
George Stevenson at 1040 East Main.
Mr. Walsworth is city editor of the Ana
R. Robinson ot Tillamook Is at the
The Victoria lacrosse club 18 regis
tered at the Imperial.
These Pendleton people are at the
Imperial today: J. A. Borie, Stephen
Lowell, Charles J. Ferguson. Ralph
C. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Mcintosh.
H. F. Prael of Astoria Is a guest at
the Portland. " . '
W. D. McCully of Joseph, Or., son
of a well known merchant Is at the Im
perial. He went to Washington some
months ago and took examination for
the place of paymaster In the United
States navy, but before hi commission
was Issued he was taken ill with typhoid
fever and was unable to qualify. The
department hss held the place open for
him and he Is now sufficiently recovered
to proceed with the application. He waa
formerly a Portland boy and haa many
Ton nan not improve your time
more profitably than by taking a
Bookkeeping T hour per
Shorthand B boars per
Typewriting- . ...B hoar par
Penmanship ... .4 hoar per
English hoars par
Letter-writing 1V hours par
Spelling 1H hoars per
Artthmetto 1H hour par
German 3 hour per
Rapid calculation 1 hour per
nimon. j nonms. moo
ion. i nonniu&N
IBJD FOB OATALOOUU.
nm Military Academy
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September 14. 10.
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HOLY NAMES ACADEMY
Twelfth sad Bast Oak Streets.
Day school of St. rtmdi Parish. Academic,
grammar tnd primary eredee. Nut eeholaatlr
trill in opens September T. Piano violin,
(iiltsr and mandolin assa Physical culture
St. Mary's Academy
Established In 1888. Open all the year.
Private or class instruction. Thousands
of graduates In positions; opportunities
constantly occurring. It pays to attend
our school. Catalogue, specimens, etc..
A. F. ABySTBOKO, U..R-
Haa Seen tnurlit In aiir acbnol with ramara.
Me aueceea for the neat four years.
GREGO SHORTHAND, ariontrd hT 7!S amr rant
of the beat schools In the T'nlted Stales.
GREGG SHORTHAND haa forward movement
GREOO SHORTHAND la learned In two-thirds
Sixteenth and Everett Streets.
Kindergarten and primary grades. The next
session opens September "th.
St Mary's Academy
Fortr-aixth cholnttlc jrtMr opens ReptemN-r
0. K1rt cmm boftMlnf ud day school to
yeuof women tod tflrli- Coanem: Ooltefrlate,
ncmVmlr. grammar and primary. Co naerTa lory
oi music and art. Pupils rpcalrod st sny tlms.
Formerly Hew Grimes Hotel.
Tba only hotel on the coast :
ocean. Finest ear bathing and tab baths,
lag. hunting and nahlng The hotel la
nnisnao wim rurnace neat, ror rates
DAN J. MOORS. Prop.. Seaside. Onajoa.
Located In th very canter of th otty,
oonvenlent to railroad and fresh-wate
boating on th sTssaalwawi finely fux
nlshed. Polite attendants.
Remodeled, rebuilt and furnished
Open for the season of 1804.
THE HARVEST HOME
Jos. WcTsen, Prop,
Price: Sl.iS per day. 88.00 per
beds 88c and 80c, meals 85 cent.
Children under 10 years at half
SVOSIO BEACH, WASH.
Seaside Livery & Fuel Co.
STORAGE Ajn PDEL
Drayin-, Expressing- and Osnasal Jobblar
Handle All Kinds of Dry Wood.
sHaat to Elk Creek and Cannon
St. Patrick's School
Blaetaeath sad lavier Btrseta.
Caoducted by the Hlatere of the Holy Names.
Day acbooi ror St. i-atnera rariah.
aeeaton or-ns September Mth
mediate ana primary arsons
mandolin ;md mittar
cotlon and physical csltnre
Special teacher (or elo-
St. Helen's Hall
A Olrls' School of th HUfhest C lass.
Corp of teachers, location, building,
equipment the best Send for catalogue.
OPEHS SEPTEMBER 18, 1904.
50 Cents Round Trip Today.
Tickets on the O. V P., (rood to Bor
ing;, Barton, Eagl Creak and Rstacada
Music and dnnclnf at the pavilion In
Rstacada park. Sunday dinner at the
hotel, 80 cent
F. W. BALTES AND CO.
First & Oak rr r
Main 165 fog
time for eoelllns. erammsr. ranld calcula
tions, typewriting, letter writing, mimeograph
ing, office practice, etc., etc.
DAT AND NIGHT SCHOOL.
Open all lb year. Free catalogue.
HOLMES BUSINESS COLLEGE
EatabUahed 1887. Yamhill sad Eleventh Sta.
One of the best equipped Institutions
of its kind.
The annual session begins October 3.
Students may graduate after attending
three full courses.
For further Information and catalogue
141 West Park St.,
Apply tot Catalogue. Course,
eardiag aad Bay School for Young, Met and lays
Bob 333, University Park Station
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Eighteenth annual session begins Sspt
Address S. B. JOBBPHr M. D., Dean,
810 Dekum bldr. Portland.
nta bora and stria tor Weatern and Baatera
colleges Primary and grammar grades included.
Portland Jicadtmy Hall for Girl
Receives a limited number and aires Umub
the comforts and cars of s raised hsnae
"rocs as at a sanag July and August from
a. si to II m. ror estslogss address Pert
land Academy. Portland. Or. v
Who Docs Your
We are sure if we are not
doing it we should be. We
guarantee perfect satisfac
tion in every way and quick
WEST SIDE OFFICE:
129 FIFTH STREET
WATER ST., EAST SIDE
UH1QUB COTTAGE OBI
Hot and Cold Salt Watsr Bath
LOSTO BEACH. WABBT.
Restaurant, Grocery and Bakery
sh Bread, Oak and Ma
Always on Wand.
CLOUD CAP I1NIN
At Snowline ea art. stood, Oregon.
This unlqua hostslry, with It mag
nificent views, fins air aad pur water,
la situated within a few minute, walk
of Eliot Glacier, shortest route to sum
mit. Season July 1 to October 1. Dally .
stages at 7 a. m. Address Transfer a '
Livery Co., or Mrs. 8. LanglUe, Hood
Before and After
Wearing one of my
MS Washington gt.
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cffid"? wtaUewtalns iSr
It sooths the ehlld. softeas 1
all pain, eures wind solas, 1
Anything about the other
fellow's paint, but we do
know that the paints we sell
are the best for all purposes
that are used in this climate.
Peculiarly adapted to this
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
160, 162, 164 Front St.
Cor. Front and Morrison
r Tsars. (
naua. allays I
HENRY WE INHARD
rearrest aad Bto Complete
Brewery la the aTMrtaweet.
Bottled Beer a Specialty
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