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Every Day except Sunday at
f t 9:40 a. rri. Return at 4 At
v With Two Hours for Lunch at tffe Estocada Hotel,
r v ' r;.. " - . on the Cackama's River. . 'r '
7 Great Ferris Wheel; Ikeda's Mid-Air- Slide, the first of its kind . in the -world ;
The Giant Whirl Flying Machine, tinequaled in the world ; Harii Ito playing
the-Patilownia,1 a-great-Koto musical-artist-direct from Jpa
FRIDAY, JULY 28, Two Hundred Swedish Singers at the "Oaks Tavern f
: TUESDAY NI(SETI77Cn
7 AFTERNOON, JULY 27, a dance at the Pavilion Exclusively for ChUdrenT-prizes h A
; Woodmen -of the WorldLog-rolling, Pillow Contest Sack Racev Egg Race. Ladies'
Race, Drill by the.Guards and Fireworks; Next THURSDAY. NlGHT, JULY 27,
magnificent disolav of Fireworks, i
Every Afternoon and Night D'Urfeanos Italisn Cnd New Fecteres it t&s Cs!sty Theatre. Reduction oi fiHz
on the Miniature Railway for Children to 5c. - One Hundred Other Delightful Acssraests.' Teiethe O. W. P. O Ry.
uo. jen9 rvrn ana juaer oireeis r are c.
Admission: to Grounds 10c.
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OEAH TRAFFIC IS
:markabl Growth of Business
Oetween' This Pot .and
OUR STEAMERS FUUNT
THE HARRIMAN FLAG NOW
"Af of Topeka Mu, Been Engaged
to Carry the ManyTauengera Who
Prefer Sea: Travel to tfie RU-
Eutern popl praf ar . aping . t San
Trmaetaoo front Portland by ataamar
Uhar than on tb train. Ttala wap flam
nstratad yaatarday by tha fact that
vary atateroom on tha Valencia waa n-14-ed
by t o'clock In too aftarnoon, and
a will oly brine 12 pasaancara from
eMtUa. - '- . ..
So groat waa tha rush for aooommo
ulona that tha Harrlman Inter at
iosod a deal for tha City of Topeka yen
irday and will place bar on tha route to
tin alternately with tha Valencia. Bha.
o, la owned by tha Faciflo Coaat Steam
Ip company, and baa been plying ba
reen Seattle and pointa In aautheaataro
aaka. She la returning from tha north,
d will ajTlv a -week t row today. The
earner la about tha aanie aixe aa the
elenola. and wll - accommodate fully
a nrat claaa paaaengera, .while nearly
1oe that aambe eaa be taken care t
i the eteerag-e. Neither of the vetaela
the eouDd will carry freight.
With the fottr.ateamera on tha route,
a Columbia and St. Paul, of eourae, be
T tha other two, there will be a Harrl
a ataamar galling from Portland prao
ily erery two daya for the California
ropolia. It la eatlmated that, they
1 carry at baat J,oa people down the
at ererr week. -Thla .will break all
-rd la the volume of paaaenger traf .
tetween any porta on tha Pacin
,:e popularity of tha increase in tha
n.r eemce waa atteated yesterday.
n It became known that another vea
1 waa to be placed In commission to ply
connection with tba Columbia and St
ul, -people kept flocking at tba local
n of the oompany to purehaaa bertha.
ill tha attpply waa azhaueted. The
lorlty wore eaatornera, who , stated
they wanted to go by way .of San
anclaoo to their bomea Just to enjoy
t luxury of a aea trip. Bealdaa, It waa
Jalaed they . believed . It would b
ore oomfortabla than to make tha trip
n tha cars, particularly la tha aultry
ether. r. ,1 -
Whea the vlaltora came here they were
to believe that It would be possible
r them to get accommodations - on a
earner for a aouthera city at any time
-r dealred. With tha chartering of tha
-end steamer it la now aald that all
pllcanta for transportation by tha wa
r mufe will be accommodated without
Vulty. It will no 1 oncer be necee
t for people ton go., from Portland to
"1e and take a eteamer from there
' the Bay City aa they bare boon do-
te paat '.
a City of Topeka la tit feet long,
feet wide and 1 1 feet deep. She waa
I at Cheater, Pennsylvania, U 1111, 1
and soon afterward waa brought around
to the Pmoifie coast. -la .early. daya.aha
made frequent trips to" Portland to as.
alat the State of California to take care
of tha traffic down tha coast. - Of late
years she haa been operated in northern
waters. At tha time of the Klondike
excitement aha made a trip from Port'
land to Alaaka.. Subsequently aha' waa
operated from tha sound to tha far
north by her present owners, i
; Word waa : received .from Seattle last
evening that the Valencia haa been de
layed a day and will not reach Portland
until next -Tuesday afternoon., ,
tyiil work on' her and aha wllOio'glvaa
aulck dispatch. The lumoer win m
shipped by tha Paclflo Export Lumber
company. In order that tba work might
be started without ' any delay, ft. F.
Barnes, deputy collector of customs.
boarded her laat night and gave tha cap
tain entrance papers. - 1 :
HASTINGS LOSES LICENSE.
USING THE DIX.
tow Water Abore Torka of, iMwia
Kakea ZJght Craft Boata JTeoessary
Because of tha low-Jwatar, above Jh
forka of tha Lewis river tha Kamm Una
had "to Heart ttie" gaaollna' lanrieh ' EMx
yeaterday afternoon . to run up to La
Center, connecting with the steamboat
Mascot from Portland. The vix De
longa to Thomas Byara, who haa been
operating her in the harbor alnce the
fair opened. She can carry IS passen-
cera. . : ' - ' f ' "
At the forka of the Lewis the freight
carried . by the Mascot will be dis
charged into light-draft scows, which
arlli be towed by the Dlx to La Center
and other pointa i xr the paat - lew
daya the company baa been transporting
passengers and freight from the forka
by mean of row boats, which proved
too alow. The. Dlx draws leaa than a
foot of water when loaded, i
In a few" daya tba -owners of the
steamer Leona. running from Portland
to pointa. on tha Lewis river, will - place
a new gasoline scow in commlaaion in
tha upper waters of that stream. 8he
waa reoently. launched .from, the Supple
shipyards and draws only three lnchea
when light and fire inches whan carry
ing 10. tone of freight. . . , . . ' ;
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ROBERT; DOLLAR . TO ;?QME.
Steamer . Chartered to . load : bomber
aTere for CaUforala,
Through Taylor, Toung , Ca the
steamship Robert Dollar was chartered
yesterday ' to load : lumber ati Portland
for a California port . She will load at
tba Portland mill and will take out more
thaa 1,000,000 feet of Oregon fir. . Tha
Robert Dollar-haa been here a number
of times during. tha past two or three
years. She la now en route to the Bay
City from the sound and. la expected to
reach the Columbia river early next
month, ',, ..- i ' 5
ILFORD IS IN PORT. r;
Steamer Arrived tUs Bright rrea O
," da to Za4 Z.ambev for Ohlaa.
Thick, foggy weather waa tha meana
of prolonging the paaaage of the British
steamship Ilford mora than a day on her
trip from Ksqulmalt British Columbia,
to u Portland. She - Bailed from tha
Canadian port-en -Wednesday-and only
reached here late laat night Tha voy
age waa without incident The mouth
of the Columbia river waa reached at 7
o'clock Prtday evening, but the bar waa
obscured and the steamer did not cross
in until yesterday rooming.
Tha Ilford la In command of Captain
J. O. MoKechnle, who waa at Portland
14 years ago in tba British ship' Old
Kensington, .which . waa aubaeauentlv
soldi to a German firm. ' The skipper
aaya ha la under the impression that
she. Is. now tha German ship Crystal,
which waa recently here and loaded lum
ber for the far east .
At T o'clock thla morning tha Ilford
will begin receiving a lumber cargo at
tha Inman-Poulsen mill for Taku Bar.
China.' Four- gangs of , longshoremen
-imz - . : : v ; v chiidre
rniim ap rnniAATTl rntmnm ajtt SJsaomTS. i :;.jfia Ara uiosti;' . " sonu i MoaTir'
llirill IIL LIIIIIIMII I ?- r - rim ,., w
I III ill Mr riJIIIIall I- I : .a. .aw. , - -- - .,, . , .. 'U
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Xt Waeat Suspended. But a rreakUh
Oust of Wlad Carried It Away.
. ' John Hastings, -first- officer -on - the
eteamer Bailey Oataert. loet hla license
yesterday afternoon. It was not exactly
suspended, but blown from' his room by
A gust of wind which came sweeping
down tha Columbia river. Tiro last seen
of the paper It waa floating down
stream some distance from tba boat
The United Statea inspectors will ba
asked to Issue him..a dupUcate.Those
who made the trip on tha Oataert aay
there waa a strong breese In tha Colum
bla river canyon.. i ! ..
1 ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
Tomorrow the British bars: Thistle,
Captain England, will be tied up at the
dock, of the Oregon Water -.Power A
Railway company to wait for a charter.
She ' will probably remain ' there until
aha la fixed to take out a grain cargo.
Twin boya were born on Prtday nlgbt
to the wife of. Fred .Mclntyre, a local
marine engineer, who realdea at ft Tay
lor atreet ' .. . '.
Carrying a full cargo of grain and
with every berth occupied, the eteamer
F. A. Kllburn Bailed last night for San
Francisco and way -porta.- Nearly all
of her paaaenger accommodations have
been aold for the next trip.
With a ! huge clgar-ahaped log raft
In tow tha eteamer. Francis H. Lsggett
croaaed out ' over the Columbia river
bar yeaterday afternoon bound for San
Francisco. Tba raft waa built at Stella.
J. Allen Harrison, agent for the Van
couver Transportation company, la en
tertaining hla brother-and family, who
arrived yesterday from McAllster, In
Oriental, liner Aragonla arrived down
yeaterday afternoon at J o'olock and
an hour and a - half later crossed - the
bar and sailed for Hongkong and way
porta, She left Portland' at o'olock
in the morning and consequently lost
no tlfna getting to aea.-- .- --r
v " MARINE NOTES. ;
Astoria, " July 22. Arrived, at -I and
left up at 10:80 a, m. British steamer
Ilford, from Comox. Arrived down at
10:10 a, ra. and sailed at U:J0 p. m.
Schooners Boreal ts, , for Redondo, and
David Evans, for San Pedro. Arrived
down at-l:l( and sailed at ( p. m.
Steamer Francis H. Leggett, for San
Franclaco. i Arrived down at 1 and Bailed
at 1:10 p. m.oerman . steamer Ara
gonla, . for Hongkong and 'way porta
Sailed at C p. mSohooner Sequoia. Xor
San. Franclaco. . : -.
Astoria, Jury 32. Condition of the
bar at a p. jm , obscured; wind north
west; weatner roggy. -
San Francisco, July tl Arrived (at
10:10 a. m. 8 1 earner Despatch, from
Portland. Sailed last nlgbt Steamer
Northland, for Portland. ' . V
San Pedro, July SI. Sailed Schooner
Bbulah, for Portland. .
5 " j , Snaday, School wiealo.
- Next Saturday Centenary -Methodist
Episcopal Sunday achool will hold a
genuine, old-fashioned basket plcnro at
Hawthorns park. All members of the
school- andchurch are invited to meet
st-the-church, corner Eaat Ninth and
Pine streets, at 11 a. m. and Join the
procession to tha park, r
Entire Business Section of Wash
ington Villags Destroyed by
i Flames Friday. ' -
FIRE LOSSES RESULT:
IN DEATH BY SUICIDE
Two Hotela,. Three. Saloons, Two
General Merchandise Stores, Bar
ber and Blacksmith Shops, Bakeries
and Bank Go Up in Smoke. '
(Special Dispatch The Jearaat) -
Colfax, Wash., July 21. Almost tha
entire business portion of Endtcott waa
deatroyed by lira early yeaterday morn
ing. ' Only meagre reports could be ob
tained owing to the loss of the telephone
and Western ..Union. offices. There were
10 buslneaa houses and one dwelling
burned. 1 .
Tha heavtrst losers are CTX Waht-
fud and Peter Xlaveno, both owners of
general merchandise stores. -Wahlfud
carried a atock of 110,000 but aaved
some of hla goods. ' Klaveno had a stock
of IT.B00, which was a total loss.
Two hotels, three saloons and two bar
ber shops, a blacksmith shop owned by
Sltner Bros., two bakerlea and a con
fectlonery atora, a harness ahop and the
Rndicott etate bank, of which United
States Senator Levi P. Ankeny la preai
dent, were among those destroyed. The
only remaining business house la. Hunt-
lay -Bros.,' general merchandise, and tha
Da via Implement ' oompany. -
It . la reported that a man named
Johnson grew despondent aver the loss
yesterday and committed suicide. He
waa Interested In soma of the business
property burned. ". ; "' .-"
PENNSYLVANIA ROAD '
. IS SOME PUMPKINS
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A new atlas for ticket agents of the
Pennsylvania railroad system is shown
by F. N. Kollock. the company's general
agent in Portland. It contalna a aerlea
of maps by atatea ahowlng ovary ata-
tlon on tha system a 10.M1 .miles of
road. . -' ' '-....'
The Pennaylvanla system la composed
of .11 aeparate -. companies. It owns
trackage and opera tea. trains -In tha
atatea of New Tork, Pennsylvania, Dela
ware, Dlatrlct of Columbia. Illinois, In
diana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mich
igan, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Vir
ginia and ' West Virginia, and steam
ships from Baltimore to Old Point Com
fort and haa double track extending
from tha city of New Tork to Bt Louis,
with the exception of 100 . mllea in
southern Illinois, which Is being double
tracked. It la constructing a paaaenger
atatlon in tha heart of New Tork City,
to coat M0.000.000; It will ba com
plated within three years. At Washing
ton, Dlatrlct of Columbia, a paaaenger
station to cost. 11,000,000 is being
erected. , . .
T" Bishop O'Oermea Will Speak. : v;
Rt ( Rev. , Thomas O Oorman, D. D,
TATB BAMS AT.
B. Oor. Fourth aad StorMaoa Sta.
Now under the.' aame ' management aa
"Tha Calumet," centrally located, well
furnished. -a. , : !
One room, on person. .. L.fl.00 per day
One room, two persons,. ,-,Sl.SO per day
Family suites .....$3.00 per day
. Under new management V '
' SOW OPBB. "
Tjooated STorth of Wewport om tba Beaeh.
One of the most desirable of ita claaa
on tha coaat Unsurpassed in eltuatlon,
having axtenetve grounds for recreation,
tne saiest peacn ror aurr oatning tn
ocean. MI8S NORA FITZPATRICK,
manager ana owner.
Beard and Lodging at the Farm
Clatsoe Beach, sear Seaside. TeroM II
day. address Mrs. aL M. B, Morrtsoa, War.
Park addWaihrniloa, Portland, Orcfoa
"The School of Quality"
MODERN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
' Opsa all the year, Ceaalagas free
a. p. armstr6nq. lu bm principal
bishop of Sioux' Falle, ' South Dakota,'
will preach at tha late mass today at
st Mary'a cathedral on tha "Conatltu
tion of tha Church," , ... , . '
MISS SHEUERMAN WILL
GIVE PIANO RECITAL
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Monday evening, from S to 10 o'clock.
Mlaa . Carrie Sheuermaa . of .Pendleton
wlU give a piano recital in the Audi
torium at - tha fair. Mlaa Sheuerman
haa Just returned from California, where
ahvatudlad under the best teachers.
nw jrrup;rBsii will Dei r
Dle Prtnseaaln. op. 41. No.' B.' Orier:
Sle lat so wetae, op. 41,Wo 4. Orlea:
Holberg Suite, op. 40, Orieg; Praelu-
dlum, Sarabanda, Oavotte. Aria. Rlaau-
don; Nocturne, op. 10. No. 1, Tachalkow
aky; Chant San Paroles, on. f, Na S.
Tschalkowskyr Schfesw la Russa. Op.
irNo. 1, Tschaikowsky; Etude, op. 10,
No, 10, Chopla; Etude, op. St. No. 1.
Chopin: Polonaise, A flat major; op. It,
Chopin "The Wanderer, Liast; "Mark,
nara, ui lan, xisai; nnapaooia, NO.
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7 Bxearaioa Batea te STrwpert.
The Southern Paclflo company haa
placed on sale at all Portland offlcee
round trip tickets to Newport at rate
of It. limited to October 10. 101. and
for - Saturday to Monday tlcketa
Ample hotel accommodations at raaaon
able rates are provided at this popular
i mm vi u
Happiness Is not "in having what we
like but In liking what wt hsva. .
Mount Hood Trip
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EVert VISITOR te the
, " Lewis aad Clark expoel-, .
. , tlon ehoald take thla tha moat
' - delightful of all mountain' trips
i In America. Cloud Cap Inn,
unique and picturesque, T,000 .,
i feet above . aea level, af
fords splendid aooommodattona, s -'
Summit of mountain v easily .
'. accessible from thla point
. Stagea leava Hood River ata
' tlon daily at 0:10 a. m. and
11:10 p. nk, making oonneotlon -
with O. R. N. trains. -Round
..-.trip- tickets. Including ooach
ing trip, on sale at O. R. A K '
'"'ticket offlea. Third aad Waah
. Ington atreeta, Portland, Par
. tloulars about ratea ' at Cloud
Cap Ina by writing - ,
: Xood mivar, Oraroa, f '
Send S cents In stamps te X
L. Craig. O. P. A. . Oregoa
Railroad tt Navigation oom
pany, Portland, for - booklet
telling about trip,
TWBBTX-S1XTJI ASTD UPSaTUB STB,
Opposite Stain Batraaos So &ewig aad
. . oian Bzposttiaak. - . .
Onlv ebsolntalv flrenrAAf tiAtat aA
Joining grounds, equipped with aleetrle
telephonlo and special telephonlo com
munications for patrons. Uniformed
portere and' bellboy a at all hours at
guaats aervlca. .
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150 Elegant Rooms '
Open for Guests ;
' -BATXS SUM A BAT AaTT TJ.
W, H. LATTIN. Oensral Manager.'
: 0. W. . j BT. CO, '
tnacra uiom oi thx-babes or
THE OLAOKAKAg B1TXB.
. u MiLia raoM roiTtABa. ,
Bates oer 4r... ...... $1.90
Rates Per week... t 015.00
Bpeelsl ticket, tnehidlas rmrad trip
(re an4 d laser m .TO
Bpeelal ticket, Inehio'laf mad trls
ISH mSS. ,!'.',:V.,.;.?.';..?. ms
noxn omoB mix ajtd aldza its.
- , L. B. MARTINEZ. Mgr.
r ' , ZSTAOASa, OSXeOaT. -.
Mm Gvin Gtvin
; : HOOB BITER, OaWefOaT.';.wr--
The Scenic Hotel of the
A QUIET, RESTFUL RESORT. CU!
SINE THE BEST. THREE HOURS'
RIDE FROM PORTLAND. FOR RATES
AND PARTICULARS ADDRESS . '.- ',-.
D. E. RAND.'Aianager
PXOBB 1SSL HOOB BZTBX, OB. , :
war 'at a . y7,
Hotel Moot c
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Clatsop Beach, Seaside, Or. j
Finest- summer reaort In Oregon. ( Th3
only hotel on the beach overlooking tha
ocean. ' Sea foods ft specialty..' Tha hotel
has "been rebuilt and newly furnished. '
Hot salt bathe. Fins surf bathing di
rectly In front- of the hotel. -Strictly
flrst-clase. American plan. For terms
and reservations addrese. DAN, J.
MOORE, proprietor! ' - , . - r ?
OeaterriHe, Bom Beaeh. ;
Commande Sne view-of the ocean.
Good Ashing. Excellent water. (Home
oooklng. Fish served daily. .:
or particulara address
Long Beach P. O., Washington.
BBXTATB BOABB ABB BOOatB. :
Mrs. Harsb Caimherlahi,. .Lent Besck.
Walk. Heme Cnhlns Oeo4 MM la.
Oemer Herrlsea aad West Park Streets.
nsaoseaiely raralshed, elersatlr eealsptd.
flrepreof. rm atlmites' walk freta heart mt
sbopplea sod ' bailaess OUtrlet sll lsrye,
slrr. euteltfe wm, stesai keeled, aleetrle
llhte,- teUpeeae la , eaek apertassat ete.
Ltrre erneei. toasting, snnklns. wrltlnf.
Ull rteeprloa aarleia, Kooaa Mssiisf
hr aull or telephoae. .
Private eamafVse meats tretae aad stssaiaia.
Rooms fl.OO to $3.00 a Day :
Special Bates te CwasMrdaf Msa..
. .' V bTSS. at AS SAT0B. '
treemerly of Betel aeSpeta, apekas.t
rilhcit Springs Dotcl
Leaves Oregon City daily, exeept Sun
day, at :10 a. m. Fare (1.50. Oregon
City olTli-e next door to Oregoa Water
Power Co.'g depot