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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY W ltCX
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, taction will bo given all orders,
a i . ....
. Thai eait Tl feet of a, lot at tha south
'west cqrner of Flrat and Madison
atresia has been sold br R. B.Lamson.
'to P.' Buehner for $20,000. Tha prop-ea-ty
la occupied by a, neat market, and
tha saw owner will, it la said, erect
modern building.- K. J. Adama haa aold
to P. w. Ledbetter a. tract of slough
land comprising 116 acrea, In tha vicinity
or Columbia alouch, for 18,000. It
aald tha transaction la a part of the op
erations of tha men who are acquiring
lands In the- Interest of tha Northern
Pacific about Bt Johns. M. J. Smith
haa aold to tha ltos Real Estate com'
pany tract of 4S acrea for 121,000.' Tha
land Haa between ' Portland - boulevard
and Point View addition, adjoining Bt.
gonna. - .- - , .
An excursion to tha seashore, as
guesta of the. Columbia, Rlrer Aatoria
Railway company, waa enjoyed by tha
members of the National Association of
' Railway Agents today. Thay took
' boar ride - on - tha Columbia ' yeaterdW
'- Tha bualneaa of tha convention la prac
- ttcally over, and tha visitors wll devote
the remainder of their star to seeing
thstghtai TV. M. Drury, 1 chairman of
the executive committee, was tha reolpl
cnt of a handsome chair. Presentation
waa made by a committee composed of
Mrs. E. Li. Shaw, Mlas Mabel Ramsey
and Mrs. Dr. Williams.
J Portland may entertain the peace en
voya of Japan who ar expected to land
at Seattle tomorrow tn route to Waah
s Ington. Offlolala of the 'Great Northern
have been advised of the intention ot
th envoya -to remain for a time on. the
coast, and it la probable thay will visit
this city. Baron Kamura, planlpoten.-
tiary; coionei Tacnibano or tb war or
flee, M. Tasama of th bureau of lnfor
; matlon. and H. W. Denlaon, adviaer of
th foreign office, compose the party.
The National ' Livestock aaaoclatlon.
with headquartera at Denver, haa la
sued a manifesto, signed by many organ.
isatlona of similar character, asking the
United Statea eongrees to enact leglela
tlon that WUI; encourage reclprocal.r
lattona between this country and the na-
ttoae-e the w 'Id, and thereby aaalet thef
. livestock industry1. Instead of discrimi
nating agalnat that induatry, as Is dona
by pre sen term laws.
Our fifth annual gift sale will con-
tlnue until further notice. Every pur-chaser-to
tha amount of 11.60 and up
ward of our well-known brands of
wines, liquors and cordlala will receive
a valuable souvenir, consisting of hand
painted china and other fancy gooda of
our own Importation. .D. Oermanua,
family liquor dealer, 221 Morrison street.
Arrangements for tha ascent of Mount
Jefferson are being mad by A. J. Cap
ron. I T. Hleka and Frank E. Hicks.
Masamaa. So far as known tha aumralt
of Mount Jefferaon haa bean reached
only once, and that by a-party from
Albany laat year. The Maaamas mads
an ascent of the mountain two years
ago, but did nob. reach th summit.
The Michigan society laat evening
elected we following officers: Prest
dent. Arthur Eastman., reelected: J, A.
Eastman, flrat vice-president; Charles
Mangold, aecond vice-president; Dr. H.
A. Stuart, secretary: W. H. Taft. treas
urer. Michigan day at th exposition
will be August . Twenty members were
added last- night,
General Superintendent M. J. Buck-
lay of tha Harrlroan lines in Oregon
has gone to bt Grand and other jpolnts
on tne una in eastern Oregon and Wash
Ington, to be abaent a weejc Genera.
Manager O Brian left yesterday for El
gin, on bualneaa related to th proposed
extension or in branch to Joseph.
Be th Sa at Beaalde A delightful
trip to old ocean, only four hours' rld
from Portland. Take a dip In the briny
. deep. Trains leave tha union depot
dally at t a, m. For information apply
to Mr. C A. Stewart, agent, 241 Aider
atreet. raone Main lot.
At tha Volunteers of America ' hall,
J47 Ahkeny. grand revival and indoor
camp meeting will be held, conducted
' by tha colored evangelist. Rev. Mr. Moul
Ntpn of Los Angeles, aaalatad by hla col.
red alngera, Thomas and Rlc of Chi-
cago. . t . .......
Tha Angela Oil Burner company has
neen incorporated by j, M. Cook, R. A.
Arouaroot, i;. n. cejvert. T. C Wads
worth and A. D. Smith. Tha objects ar
w seir-xuet- ana Illuminating oils and
burners and th capital stock la $45,000.
'apasi - I
Portland memberaof the Q. A Tt will
hold memorial aerylces next Sunday at
t Vclock in Sellwood park for tha Ut
w. w. Biacamar, commander-in-chief,
who died at Bole. Department Chap-
tain narasn wui conauct th services.
In tearing up old . bridges on tha
Barnes road, at the head cf Washington
street, woramen navs lert boarda full
or rusty , nai.s lying scattered on th
highway, which has drawn forth com-
ipuinta rrom teamatera and others,
Important Notlp Are you on of th
many that was overcharged for your
, spectacles at th exposition T Do you
want to recover your money T Addraaa
P. o. box zos. Portland, Oregon, and
' Th Contracting Engineering com
pany of Tacoma haa begun suit agalnat
tha Alaska-Klondike mining exhibit at
"the exposition to recover $7.for labor
performed. y , . ' .
Prices that trarlght; work that Is
, right; delivery of orders right on time.
.Try It -we'll make good, Alvln &
Hawk Co., Prlntera, 147 Third trt,
""Rules ana regulations governing the
appointment of an International Jury ot
award at the Lewie and Clark expoel
tlon were approved yeaterday at a -meet
Ing of the state com mission. Tha rules
were prepared by the corporation, offl
clals and were submitted to the ooro
mission for approval.., .. i v -
The passenger department of the Rook
Island system baa Issued aa imposing
foldar booming ' Chicago as' a summer
resort. , General Passenger Agent John
Sebastian, who waa recently a visitor
fn Portland, adds, this philosophic re
marjc to his . instructions to general
agents of the company! "Borne dl
plomacy will have to-be used to avoid
arOualng local prejudice In securing pub
licity tor this folder." - The roiaer. in
cludes pictures of some of Chicago'
magnificent skyscrapers, and views In
a number of the parks, the lake shore
ana the stockyards, ,
Something going on. If you wish to
share in the benefit many othera da'
rived through Meyer's piano sale, attend
to tt now. 74 Sixth street, near Oak.
Our ar the only launchaa landing at
th Oaks. Launches for charter. Favor
ite Boating company, upper aide Morri
son; atreet bridge. : Tel. Main 401.
' General Agent McBrlde of the Denver
Rio Grande, is advised that Major S.
K. Hooper, general paaaanger agent of
that road.., will arrive tomorrow,
.Roof painting Columbia Paint
pany. Main 148$, 74 First street ' Moss
and fireproof paint, for wood, tin and
iron. Roof painting a specialty,
Elegant observation launch Princes
May for charter to evening parties.
Mueio furnished. Foot of Stark street
Phone Main ISiL
Any watches cleaned. $1.00: main
spring, tl.ee; all work guaranteed one
year. Metsger . Co- ill Sixth- street
Launches to fair grounds from city
landing, stark street, every II minutes.
Wanted Shirt - finishers and ladles'
clothes lroners. Union Laundry Co.
Removal hotioes as you like thenv
Foster Klelser. phone Ex. If,
Try a meal without meat at-the Vece-
tanaa care, l sixth street.
Dr. B. C. Brown. Eye-Ear. Marquam.
AT THE FAIR TOMORROW
Tomorrow at the expoaltlon will be
Merohants day, Montana day and Waah
ington Slats Bankers day. It has also
been named in bono of Boaeman and
Billings. Th4 order of events will beaa
:$0 a. m. Concert by De Caprlo'a
Administration band, . Transportation
10 a. m. Washington State Bankers'
aaaoclatlon convention, American inn.
le to 11 a. m. uojicert by Fourth U.
8. Cavalry band. Government terrace.
1 p. m. Kllpatrlck a bicycle ride down
flight of stairs on Trail. (Free.)
1:80 to $ p. m. Concert by Sherman
Inatltute Indian band. In Mlaaourl build
C:$0 p. m. Merchants' day exerclaes.
Auditorium. Administration band.
2:10 p. m. Qrsnd concert Libera tf a
band. Bandstand. Gray Boulevard.
2:10 pv m-.lK s. life saving service
exhibition on lake. i
8:20. to 8:20 p. m Orgon recital by
rreaerica w. uoooricn, f orestry DUUQ
I p. m. Swimming and diving chain
B- m, to p-nu.. Conosrt by Fourth
V. 8. Cavalry band. Government terrace.
- p, nv Kllpatrtck's autotnoMle-dash1
down 140-foot incline, on Trail. (Free.)
I p. m. Llberatl s band at Dental
congress reception, American Inn.
I to 10 p. m. Concert by Sherman
Inatltute Indian band, bandstand. Gray
p. m. Orand electrical Illumination.
p. m. Kilpatrick'a bicycle ride down
night of autre on Trail. (Free.)
p. m. Fireworks on Ilka
10 p. m. Kilpatrick'a automobile dash
down 140-foot incline, on Trail. (Free.)
WHERE TO DINE.
For cleanliness, quick service and
good thlnga to eat, go to Houae'a res
taurant 111 Third street
KJIausa Again Active. ,
Honolulu, - May 7. There Is marked
activity in the volcano of Kilauea. The
flow of lava Is Increasing, and a rtaing
In the crater gives lndtcatioha that
there may be an overflow. Reduced
flrat-claaa ticket to Honolulu. Steamer
Alameda Bailing July 20. $12$ round
trip. Full Information tit Market
atreet, San Francisco.
Milwaukle Country Club. -
Eastern and Seattle races. Take Sell
wood and Oregon City cars at First and
AT THE THEATRES.
, Crbwdt at th Belatco.
The draawtlst woe la responsible far "The
Prisoner ot taas," wblcB Is the eerrent bill
at the BeUseo theatre, nlfht Jms had Is
mlad the aeaibis nt the Belaid Bteek com
r, as perfectly e ther repreMnt th rhir-
eetsr ef the romantic mssterptee. A betttr
prod actios ef the play waa MVor Made and
that the pablt appreciates it was eeajoaetraua
tun Bisat, enry seet In. the theatre bslna
eccapiea xer iaa aseose pi imsMDca.
w "I. O. U." at the Mtrquam.
The amsleal eesMdy. "I. O. V.." will be the
attracts) st the Marauaa Grand theatre.
nsoa . street Between suth and serenta
streets, taaUrht at 0:8 o'clock aad every nlht
ma weea. wua a special price bmbms Batnr-
aay. Kolh sad Dill, the fanny Geraaa aea-
aiaaa, are preesatliig the laoahable skit with
tv ptopn n euipsay,
; , "Rip at th Grand.
For aevelty. the hill at the Oread this week
aalejoa. The baallBe set Is a' eoadeai
version or "Hip Vaa Winkle," pnerated by
laha P. Hfll a Co. Olearoy sad BsaseU sre
two ef the Mgtest hlU ea tha praeras). Ths
Latayette-UiasoDt trosoe ef eerebata have a
tura uwB ass aoc oaea eenalee here la sioetha
laurecu aaa a Beasunu aerui act
-' 1 m ' .
At tha Star.
The aaallty ef Ita attractions aad tha enoU
Beaa ef the theatre auke the "tar e very
enjoyable place of anoaameat aarlag the warai
asmsMr avealags. Kara aV Co. Is the rasters
set and gives a series of scenes llhaitrattnf
Ine wsrras sr"m amry acBMreaMats.
Bayden, king ef the eoaeertlna, la esBeetslly
"Forgiven. " ' '
The olay this wnk" at the Lrrls to "ror.
flvsa," a very pretty aad latersattag rosiaaua
ef eostaetle lire, with the prladpel eharscter
aathter. Ella Wilson, iwbft Is sptwsria
as the berolBe-la "rnrglTea,"-haa the dla
MaeUoa Of having created the rate la the aris
tae! Bredactlea. Dally BMtlaee at t.M e'elock.
V'X At th Baker..'; 1 ,
fntsiMtlas aaaahefe are almtlret ea the Be.
kar's bill .this wnak. The "Three gar." In
treeVdng Bahy Cenela, the riylng ImMu,
Le Bow H.tfMd and Carme, the BarMfhs,
Bay MeBrela Ha sletnred Ballad aad the ata
herograpfc stake a capital eakirtalBBMat
.The school teacher or tte
i nographer who lays by $1.00
' a week out of her salary will
have several thousand dollars
to , brighten her declining
years. iV persistency in
anything that . counts, & It's
the same way withsavings
"'.and THAT pays." ''
' " v! - GENERAL ' '
Oregon Savings Bank
Sixth and Morrison Sts.
U . BALBTOir, Prealdeat. '' . ' -
. W. COOPKB MOBRI8. Cashlav. ' '
- S L. BATS, AMt. Osahlar.
I. ' , , - TKLBPaONS IfAIH 14.
Owners. Horses. Riders and
Trainers Are Flocking' Here
.for the Coming Meet.-
The vanguard' of owners, trainers.
riders and horses that are to take part
In the third annual race meeting of tha
Multnomah Fair aaaoclatlon are arriving
daily at Inrlngton. Over 100 head have
arrived from Seattle sines' Monday and
10 more cars are expected in tble after-
ndOhT" Today the "meetlnir- the
Meadows closes and as soon aa the laat
race la over the thoroughbreds will be
loaded on to cars snd brought hare.
Judge Skinner, who will be In the
Judges' stand again thla year, has tele
graphed Prealdent Diamond that he la
more than pleased with the claas of
horaea and the number that will start
In the Opening Day handicap, valued-at
$760 to the winner. The stake book
shows that there were 48 nomlnatlone
made,' but have ahrunk down to about
IS. BUI BalUy. with Play Ball.
Mogregor, Theron and St. Peter; ar
among the flrat arrivals , at Irvlngton.
Mogregor is entered In several of the
big stake events. He went -wrong at
Seattle, but Is now rounding Into, shape
and will bear watching when he Is sent
The question that Is puaxllng the race
offlclala ia wher they are to stable all
or the horses that are coming. Preal
dent v Diamond spent several day
at the ...Meadows culling' 'out -taa
bad t ones : and informing .ths
mass- that"' lie had no iuuui . fur
them at Irvlngton. Added to the horaea
that race at Seattle will be a oounle of
big stables from Memphis, five carloads
from Denver, and several earloads from
Montana. "Hand-rldlflg" Frank Kelly,
who was a general favorite laat season.
is In town. He rode at - the Denver
meeting and out of 17 mounts he won
11. He was only once outside of the
money and captured second money five
tlmea Mr. Diamond expects that all of
the horses will be stabled late Friday.
TO HAVE'WHOLE WEEK
Instead of having special daya at the
Lewla and Clark eapoaltlon for th vari
ous towns of southern California. It has
been decided to have the week beginning
July 14 and ending Saturday July $9,
devoted to different towna and to be
known aa Southern California week.
San Diego, Santa Ana. Orange. River
side. a.n Bernardino,- Nedmnds, Colton.
paaaaena. Banta Monica WUlttler. Re-
dondo, . Pomona, Monrovia, Asuaa, . Du-
arte, Santa Barbara, Ventura, San Luis
Obispo, Paso Roblee and Loa Angeles
will send thouaands ef visitors to Port'
land and elaborate preparations have
been made for their entertainment. . On
Saturday. July tt, a big reception will
be held In the California building for the
Mapy of the cities will aend special
representatives to the fair. Ventura
will be represented by Mayor W. L.
Lewis and R. M. Clark. Three thousand
miniature bags containing lima beans
and 8,000 baga of beet sugar win be
given to visitors by Ventura business
Hotel Hamilton. Ban Francisco's new.
est hotel. Steam heat and telephone ln
each room. Centrally located. Rates.
$1 and upward. 185 Kills atreet
What a 3-inch
'' ,v. . . .. ..
The Administration res-'
taurant has been running
. an announcement, offer
ing the use of their tables
to lunch parties, in The ,
Journal for the past five
-: days and has been com-
pelled to omit same for a
' few days, as the response
to the ad has equaled the
' capacity1 of the establish-
' We, the undersigned,
L hereby- testify v- to the -,
above. ' - "
" M . Voney, Prop, ' : "
. J. M. Walker, Mgr, ,
7 Administration Restaur-
ant. --- -
Expected to See Frontier Town,
M Indians. andr Ice yid to
Meet Hardships. -
NOW ALL WOULD STAY AND
. , CROW UP WITH COUNTRY
Delegates to Epworth League Find
Much to Praiae and' Ar Loud In
Acknowledgment , of Portland
Many Attractions. . - V
Texas delegates te the International
Epworth league convention held recently
ia Denver came to Portland expect
ing to "see wild Indians roaming tha
streets la warpaint, They alao looked
for cold weather, and came prepared to
meet snowstorm or any cold wave that
might prevail.-- Great - was their- sur
prise to And that hardly an Indian waa
to beaeen here, and that the weather
waa soft snd pleasant.
The entire delegation, which la the
largeat to reach the city from Denver,
went Jo the fair, yeaterday and was
surprised and delighted at the wonder
ful eahiblta -and the beauty of the
buildings and site. The members were
warm la. their praises of the northwest
In general and Portland In particular.
Today the majority of the party waa
piloted 'about the city on trolley ears
by Hugh C KrUm, prealdent of 8onny
aide chapter, Epworth league. At HlU
Military academy early this - morning
the delegates were met by repreaentap
tlvea of the -City union, headed by Prea
ldent Feaaler and Fourth Vloe-Prealdent
Mabel Down a. After exchanges of
greetings, the visitors started out to
e Portland. ' 3
"The trip hag been a revelation to
me," said Dr. I Blaylock, publlaher or
the Texas Christian Advocate and police
commissioner for'DaJlaa. "I am free to
eonresa tfiaimy"iaeas of thla oouhtfy
were very erroneous, i I came here ex
pecting to see nothing but mountains,
many Indians and a rough sort of place,
but I find fertile valley a, beautiful
orcharda, hardly any Indians and boun
tiful supplies of all that is good. Were
I rTmi ma" 1 wnnM nnma hem, fnr
I believe this is the best place, from
flrat Impressions, that there is to grow
up In." . ... - : '
The party is composed or delegates
from Dallas and vicinity. State Preal
dent Frank Jleedy is- conducting' the
excursion. J, - - s - " j"
The delegation VwlU go to Cascade
Locks tomorrow, and will leave for Cal
ifornia tomorrow- night. Other - large
parties of Epworthlans ar expected to
reach Portland this week, aa fast, as
they can get away from Yellowstone
park. . :
NO ADDITIONS TO FLEET.
(Continued from Page One.) -
results of the war and gat .its com'
merclal anternrlaea developed.
"1 think the Chinese boycott, wnicn
has already been atartedV agalnat United
States products, will have a mora serl-
ous effects on the development or
of this coast have been led to believe.
At atie hands ot thalmlmgratlon of
flclala of this country the Chinese race
has suffered Insult after insult la every
manner that It could be dealt out to
them. .While thev are alow to mora
they are putting Into effect the moat
dangeroua mode or attack tney poaaeaa
having put 1t Into - operation, they will
be Juet aa slow to withdraw it. Mean
while Irreparable damage will be don
to our commerce. It la the height of
folly for ua to aneer at what la going
on. However, the mercantile lntereats
have got thla question to face, and in
difference to It will have but on re
Would Trade Bdaoatlos fo Jauaiaees.
'I do not believe in letting down the
bare for - the , admission of Chinese
coolies to this country, and never did.
But the United Statea statu tea Bay that
Chlneae teachers, students, merchants
snd professional men shall be admitted.
When they arrive tney are mat witn in
ault, placed on the same plane with
coolies, and It IS next to Impossible for
them to get passports." 'j
'W ought to have at leaat $,000
Chlneae atudents attending the schools
and collegea of this country. After they
had been taught the acience or mining,
railroading and manufacturing, thay
would return and engage in tbe develop
ment of their own resources. . Having
been educated .here they would natur
ally patronise Americans when buying
material and Induce their 'friends to do
the same. Thla would be the ease now
had a spirit of liberality been shown.
It may be too late to begin this policy
now, but we ought to save as much aa
possible from the wreck. These people
should not be- obliged to tight their way
Into the country. Great Britain, France
and Germany welcome the better elaas
of Chlneae with open arma, and as a re
enlt tha United Statea has only I per
cent of the Chinese trade. -
Mra. Scbwerin has juat returned from
a trip to Alaska and ' met her husband
here yeaterday. un maay u is tneir
Intention to return to Ban Francisco.
POLICE MAKE RAID
ON NOTORIOUS HOUSE
Six policemen raided the house eon
dueted by Mrs. t Jones at 14 Park
atreet laat night and the proprletreaa
and aeveral women were arrested. All
the' women are said by the police to
have frequented the rear rooms of
loons until the box ordinance waa. en
forced by Mayor lana. i .
The raid was conducted by Aetlng
Detectives Kay and Jonas, aaalated by
Patrolmen Ogg, wade. Robeon and
Evans. The landlady inalated that aha
waa merely giving a little private
nartT." - - - .
Two of the women are aald to- live off
eatates left them by relative. Another
receives alimony from her husband. A
fourth Is said to be the wife of a trav
eling man. " i;
Mrev Jonea declared she was conduct
ing a respectable house. Th house waa
watched by order of Chief of Police
Orttsmacher, who Had been Informed of
the character of the establishment by
Captains Moore and Bailey.
All the cases were continued by Judge
Cameron until tomorrow on account' of
th crowded condition of his docket..
Attractions Well Bappored. y
vt Portlaadere, -
When so much Is heard in the way of
complaint fro mthe Trail that Portland
Is not supporting her fair and Its attends
ant attractions It Is pleaaant to hear
alao the voice of the aatfled.
Nowhere Is that voice heard more
strongly than from the management of
the Land or the Midnight Sun. Thay
state that the attendance thus far haa
far exceeded their expectation) that
, The Boot Shop.-. ..J; ..
That .Wants Your Trade
Woman's Perfect - Shoe,
Corner Fifth and Wash-
V 'All old and reliable makes.
You take no chance when
i you buy from us. . -
See our new shipment of
HIGH GRADE PLANOS.
'" Steinway Dealers
, 233 Washington Streetr
far from showing apathy . Portlanders
have displayed the keeneet Internet In
this, attraction and -hava-showa and are
showing an ever increasing Interest In
their superb production.
The Land, of the Mldnlgh! Sun was
brought to - Portland by a company
formed of. 1$ of the formoat man -!n
business and professional circles who
desired to raise the character of the
Trail amusement J eaturea. In this en
deavor they eould And nothing more ar
tlatlo and beautiful than this great Pan
American succeaa with Us later 1,00
night- run In Boston. They felt that
an electrical scenlo production strong
enough to win the - Indorsement of the
wlaard eleotrlolan, Edison, and beautiful
enough to have won . unstinted praise
throughout the eaat waa what was
needed on the TralL Their wisdom is
being shown by the enthuaiaatlo recep
tion it haM been arlvan and tns constant r
Increasing crowds which ithrohg theJ
beautiful little theatre.
RO JIEST FOR THE ACCUSED
Trials of More Men Charged With
. Complicity ' in "Frauds
Intervals between the trials of land
fraud cases are brief.- Wll lard N. Jonee,
Thaddeus S. Potter, Daniel Clark and
Ira Wade will appear In the federal
court next Friday morning to answer to
the charge of conspiring to defraud the
United Statea of publje lands In the
Slleta reserve. Jones was a representa
tive from Multnomah county In the leg
lalature of 110$ and Potter-was form-,
erly In the law office of F. P. Mays,
who Is under Indictment for complicity
In - the - Blue mountain , frauds. Clark
and Wade realde here.
The Indictment charge! that the de.
fendants entered Into a conspiracy to
procure a number of old soldiers to use
their homeatead lights In the Slletg re
serve, under the agreement that the
olalma would be turned over to Jonea
and his aaaoclatee as soon as patented.
Each of the setUera received $100 for
th exercise of his homestead right, and
Jonee advanced the money for building
cabins, clearing the land and other ex
penaea. There Is much valuable timber
In the Slleta reserve, and It Is said that
Jonaa was acting aa the - agent for
wealthy eastern speculators.
A new panel of 7$ names was drawn
yesterday, by order of Judge De Haven.
and from tt the Jury will be selected to
try Jones and hla eo-defendanta. The
clerk and the Jury commissioner were
alao instructed to prepare a new Hat of
$00 namea, from which to aecure Juries
ror tne remaining land fraud trial.
Boah Do you think marrlare is a
Joah Mln waan'L Tv tried every
way i could think or to get out of It,
but can't. It's the hardest knot that
ever was tied. r
: v Guaranteed
The beat that's made. The T-plv
Seminole, The Trade, The Staple
and the New Method, guaranteed
agalnat $00 pounda' preaaure. You
get more than your tnoney'a worth
when you buy theaa brands. . ,
- Gauld & Kline Co.
t-ll-lS-lS BT. FroBt, aad 14-1 ST.'
First Strait. Tel Main $07. ,
' BUc binary aad MU1 Snpplle. '
AB BBSUS8 AB0 CXAUICAZ. BCBOOU
fits boys and (Iris fnr eastera. snd western
enlt.. Offtca hoar e the nrlnclpele during
v.catloa. from a. at- IS a... at the
arae-niy, earner of Thirtieth sad BafTUue
streets. For catalogs, aadraas
Portland Academy ,
Becreetloa Vaxk, S4ta aad
Vaagaa $ra. .-. , .
atajy IS to ta. Xaolaslve. -
Admission $So. Grandstand,
15c Children. l$c .
' lVadles, tBo. Orandatand free, except
Bunaaya and holidays, Ladles' day, Fri'
daya. . ,
Orandatand Beats on sale at Woodard,
Clarke V'Co.'a c
0. Baiug. rrea,
MorrlMa Street eatweea ata aad Tta, --S
Phone Main M8. .
TBS COOLKHT THKATSB I TOWH.
Y XOMIOXZ AZ $:$ O'OLOOZ,
very Hlght This Week With a SpseUl-Prle
. Matutae Saturday.
: . ths yAatora okrman ooiieoiaks
xolb Ago onx '
. U the starry Kasieil OeBrBarUKBa. '
"1. 0. U."
10 FMNCIPAlja 1U , .
e BEAUTlrUIr CHORCS OIRLe-B
POPrtARrr RICKS Matin., Xo. as aad 40
etaui Mlgbt. , W, 60 aad TS eaala. ;
Seats Are yl.JtltlniA-Bar Tb.si Early.'
Belasco Theatre k.u
(yeraMrly OohuaMa Taeeire) 14th aad Wash,
. TBS. OOOLEST THIATBS IN TOWN.
T0KIOBT AUU TBM WBX. '
KATIimS SaTCSDAT AVD SCrDAT.
AKTBOKT HOPg'S POPDLaB SOaUSCaV
lamaeaaas ' , .
ratOSS-lltlghC If TSo. Mannaea, U He.
KKXT WICK HMACOBTr AVTBOWZ.'
EAXA a CO.
. tsx nxwcaAML .
koeooi avo Sims.
XAAJTX AMD BiaSXir.
t. 70IEFH BOVVZm.
- TXB SZABOSOOrX.
seats. Bos I
Q RAN D
i- jomr . irrrx co.
t $rATETTx-LAMOBT TBOBTB-w
- - 0LBBBOT AMD BussXXI.
LA OKECIA '
int. ibed pumnrTOB.
OeeersI Bdmlaaloa, 10 cents. Bnadnen, tan.
days and aoUdaya, reserved Basts ea Vawsr aesr.
20 cants. Bos seats, 25 oasts. '
Third aad TamhtU . . . . Keating a yieed, Mgra.
, THE THREE BATS. , i :
- BVBLuoa a oo,
WXXXT IZITEBT. BAT krBBAIXt
tsx rXTnrs mtuit
. tABOiX. H ATTIELD AMD OADTXa,
- stOVIMO PICTUmiS, .
Theatre always eaol and eosnfertsbla. F I
rormaaeas eaur at I:BO,. T:D and Sn.su Ad.
TEN CENTS to any seat extent boxae.
Xeattag Si Flood, atgrs.
WXXX gTABTOre HOBDAY, JOXT IT
I "TWT TARBT TiTwnima '
A nsAMA tw ton AOTg, ,,
ASsasBioa' " "
lOo To Any ot lOb
Darkness and Dawn
HEAVEN and HELL
? W H I CH ?
TXa UNIQUE TRAIL FEATURK
LEWISAND CLARK OBSERV&.
. TORY AMD CAFB .
Take atartland Hauchta ear sad mt aft
Rawtborn Temee. aoe Block troai aa Una,
Bo eumblsf. Bloetrle elTator.
Bee aaeatlfal ctteet ef aowarral aaarebHcBt
Irani BOB OI www. mmi a winty inaea
while vtawlag the awst BMsnlfleent seBry
In aswrwa. vm .,
a ia enaia.
The Land of
the iVlldnlght Sun
Vnat BMatlfnt at alepti.nlnnt1 1-
Bcoaaenope ever anempteo. . x. Barald,
tab ruaici aTTBAv.ioa om xkb
. . k TBAIi. 4. ,
- BLAEIEB BEOS.
COMCEBT BVEBT MIGHT.
Chance to Save Money
Men's and Youths'- Suits - in fancy
worsteds, aerges or tweeds, double
breaated, regular price $11.00 and $20.00;
special. 98.50, f 10.00 and S1S.50.
Big bargalna in Shoes snd Oxfords for
Ladles, Men, Mlsaes and Boys, also a
line of Canvas Shoes, Sl.OO. 91.25
and 91.50.. Cut prices on lists and
Panta. Special reduction . on Men's
Shirt 'and Underwear. It la to your
Interest to investigate tnls special sale.
AT TWO STORES.
Oo. rirst aad TamMU aad-Oor. Tfalrd
-- aad Davis, ;
330 Boylston Street
( BOSTON. MASS.
With eveey -
t tmrfhas ef Qrn
l live $e sounds of
eer" a . v
rru i I e i t
. .. .... ... I
lor yea to lzrv:
your hecj b c!
flcnt style ist c op
erate costend "ttcl"
tcr flic poyc
over such a Ic3
pcHcd that ycall
never miss (be
money. Diiy Vikzl
you t, mAe a
small cash payment
Our stccic emtrcccs
to farnish a Lp,
and covers szzh
a.wide ranje that
the -buyer who
cho os lheecGr.cn
icd twnisMncs viil
receive the e
whose parse is not
limited. - Cash cr
credit tte price ib
just the same and
always low. ;
Visitors to the exposition
are cordially ' . inyited to
examine . our magnificent
oriental curios, consisting1 of
fine Silver Goisonne, Bronze
Satsurha, Ivory , Carving:.
Beautiful Decorated Porce
lain Tea Sets. Silk and Satin
Embroideries. Ebony Carved
-- '. - - -1 ,; "
Andrew Kan L Co.
. S87 Morrison St.
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