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TIZZ CCOIJ; DAILY JOUr-JAU TC-TLAKD. TIONDAY EVENING. J SEPTEMBER 4.JK!X
TOMIOHT AMVttMXm. ' ',,'.
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' Vband From tae Hanoi"
twylre-.o 77'.'A'i pod Heroine"
1 jrk.. " fcualcal Brlaeue
Hiker ' Vaaderllle
Grese ' . ,. i - ------
. AART01X tOX u
Bnbacrlban ef Ibe Jorl we
th. seper stopped st their lealaewMe I
Ita Cut to eiy aadreae r f
KrSL nM 4 eoUeetloa wlU be
"V, biuIb earrler aftae retara
JklloV tim rh Jourael baa. a r.
JTluttof )Uwrf. Otto Rice
' . "llwalS, Waeolastoe, lu eaaimef
Jwaal UReaj aea Uwtt
I C el aeeelae aave rt." "if. i
- fmrTal aa Seaside or Clataop beacB.
!"UU" r will ba Bdt st these twe .
1 K.tT at rifuur sabeerlptloa ratee.
Mar et address
SfrrtirJr Pnoee Mla (00 o prompt
SuT Ul b. sites all rd.
, n - I 1 I ' w
....rkabla larch tree top :ia on
.Jki.i . Tha Journal office. - It raa
taken irvm . ,
a'"' . .,,,. u.IK.m IIT Vmmt
county, oy """"" r I k.--
oodition.' Tha llmba ara ptoeed In po-
iltlon wUh ucll aarera regumruy-ma
to wiPtt tha work of tha amataur
v. n.inta "wooden" plcturea. ; Arrayed
.rouild tha top ara nva branchea alrooat
exactly B4l"i " - -
traordlnary awe. "
nm.ra have baea elected v by the
Bute Bplrituallata aaeoolatlon aa fol-
owi: ' Benjamin b. Aiwrwu, v
lira. Bopnie n. .i,v v-i-. ,
ur" W. BennKa. aocreiairij ain.
ran. treaaurar; Kev. J. S. lva, dele-
..tht national aaaoctatlon. Yea
terday mornln tha BplrituaUaU Uatened
to addreiaea , oy a-reaiaen awhwu.
Mra. A. A. Armetroni, Mra. Dean. Mr.
and Colonel C. A. Reid. Ira, Tay
lor. Roacoe Coon, Mra. Coon and.
v r Ravlln. In tha avaHtna; Dr. Ray.
lin credlcted' a aoclal : oaudyan In
which tha poaltlona of tha rich and poor
would be chanted. .
icvenlna Btar cranse Patrona of Hua
oahary." met" Saturday- on- tho - Bectlon
Line road aca conaiaeraa ut . mpio.
The Relation of tha Oranae to the
Bualneaa World." F. B. Boachf of Port
land aald the tendency of tn young
mtn waa toward tha farm and. that tha
drift Into the cltlea of lata yearn waa
getting lighter.; F. M. Gill, atata dep.
uty. aald the grange naaaaouroa ma
iBltlallve and raf arandum law in thla
state, and referred to tha fight inade
agalnet the proposed llcenaa- law that
would makearmera par neVtirioeirttna8naTrdeaplt rrenkledappaala.
produce In. Portland.1
Mra. U C fitone died at the home of
er parenta. Mr. .and Mra. Reynold, tn
'hchalla, . Washington, Jaat . Saturday
fter an lllneta of several months. Mr.
Itone, her' husband, la engaged In the
'glstry department of tha poatoffico In
la city. Mra. Stone had many friends
Portland, "whare aha lived for fcwo
8h waa employed In The Jour-
lal business of flee a part of that time.
be waa it rttrt old and waa married
une i. oemg at tna time In tha hoa-
iui, wnere ana remained UU bar death
TV. I. Sharp' of Kent. Waahlncton.
secretary for tha Presbyterian
rcbea In tha : Chrlatlan Endeavor
vork here, occupied the pulpit of tha
jBtiiwooa Freabytetian church yesterday
Imornlng and evening for tha Daator.
ixeasnore. Mr. Sharp wlU confer with
itriors of tha local association of
(Christian Endeavor societies and plan
pot ma campaign in thla state, ...
' A match In a waste!-pa per baaket
caused a fire In tha kitchen of tha ri.
aence or j. Dunham, ill Seventh atreet,
St t:4i O'clock thla marnlnr Whan
the flamea were dlaeovered they war
"pma to mo caning, bur were, ext In-
Sunned with', a hand chemical Tt..
oanage amounted to about f 80,
7Tha-RoyaTTIawananTandr will play
" aranaatana tni evening, owing to
nm natua on auild'a lake. Com
enchig tomorrow,- however, th flight
v., wiu- 09 given in tna Audi
torium, ... . . ., ..... .
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Portland Academy. ... Neil term will
open September la. On and after 8en
imtr 4 tha nrinclnala will ha at tha
Mdemr for the enrollment of atndanu
uom to 12 a. m, and 1 to 4 p. m.
TOUriBta. wall aa afW aL
... - - rvy miM"
uy embarrassed, will find tba Port-
... Man vrnce, if xnira street, the
"st and moat reliable place to trana-
their bualneaa,, Ratea reasonable. ,
A a i i'a U a a Vfahaa-an tnralliiu
brasses, bronaa and nawttr. Anl atra
a kind on tha coaat T 111 TVaahlng
ton atreet. . ..... t "'
Dance for tha 140 cash prise, every
Tuesday evening, at tha Law la and Clark
PtVlllon. TwentV.aaventh and Thlirman
..A.ny wtehea cleaned,;. tlMt main
prlng, ii.oo;. air work guaranteed one
year; TMatager Co., 1H Sixth atreet
' Norwea-lan' ...
h.,iijllna Photographerj Columbia
v'."" n delivered promptfy.
oter as Klelaer. Fifth and Everett.
wrlaa aafa, lof Sixth atraat -
riia Umalea are tha beat ' t
When In Seattle
Gf 4-f he. DalV.WaM ' Vl-i.
Islfl -8 foods, eastern meats.
"TlirSvvi&erlMd or America
TS?l,ua Slver SMaatshis peaka,
lru toeneeeuy from the oeeke ef too
' ' 1 '; 'AJT ITXAJtEB . ..."
Chas. R. Spencer
'm root or Wasblnctoa strart at
Tha nlnl"1 rrM, mnA aanday) tot
oaaCADf tOOXS AJIS SITOU.
tat .lootjf Waahhutn, street at
w bbs. a B.rnv1ata k- a.
Telephone Mala 141L
. t W- 0aV
' Mlnlrt). fntia.a
East Sids Suburbs Forcsd to D-
pnd ort Tardy Telephone ;
, . ' ." System. ; -
IRVINGTON HOMES BURN
BECAUSE OF LONQ DELAY
Rgaidentt Want Bettor . Protectl6n
-. and InaUt That : Calls Should B
; Mors Plentiful Etch If New Cora
panics Cannot Be Established,
' Tha east side efftea ef Tha laaraal Is la
tba store. t Mra. r. W. UeKlaaaj. M East
Morrlaoa treat. . Talephoo Kast 17a.'
Reaidenta of North -Irvingtonj-elnca
tha fire that destroyed a realdenco be-
lora tha department arrived, nave been
making an Investigation concerning the
alarm ayetem .of the dletrlct and have
dlaeovered that there la no auch sys
tem. When the fire , waa noticed i
dosen cltliena atartad to give the alarm
no firebox could be found, and tha tele
Phonea of tha dlatrict ware called into
service. Owing to the Inattention of
central and tba usual -delay attending
a call on . eaet aide party lines, tha
'phonea' were of no avail, and finally
a determined cltiaen mounted a horaa
and rode a mile to give the alarm.
- Because . there re no 'adequate fire-
alarm aystem the entire . dlatrict em.
braced In Irvington, Woodlawn. Pled.
rnont. North Alblna, Multnomah and ad
jacent suburbs ara forced -to trust to
luck when a fire cornea, and while tba
protection af forded , la - Inadequate and
the companies few' and far. between,
atlll reaidenta ara of the. opinion that
tba efficiency of tha department would
be greatly Increased If the few com
panies that ara available could be notl.
lied aa aoon aa a lira starts.
- Many bualneaa blocks of wood have
been built In the last few years in thsaa
auburba. In a caae of fire almoat lm
mediate attention la required it serious
loaa la to be avertedi and tha aafety ot
thfc property dependa on the quickness
with which tha alarm can be given the
nearest company. Dependence on the
telephone ayetem. according tp property
ownera who have recently . watched
their homea go up In smoke, laimere
reckless heedlessness, for- tha average
time required to rouae central ' on a
party . Una la ! mlnutee. and 11 mln-
utea more are uaually required to eecure
the-number aaked for, and in tha two
trtliiglun flrea an hour -was wasted ar
gulng .with the operator, who- reported
Owing to tha condition of the telephone
service the citlaena assert - that more
Tire-alarm boxes ahould be installed, and
If the city funda will not allow - tba
council' d authorise companies for the
protection of newly built auburba it la
believed that funda' ahould bo reserved
for the installation of alarma, at least
In tha bualneaa aectiona remote from the
rirenouaea. j . -
LITTLE HOPE FOR PEACE.""
SI Johns OooaeO right Scheduled to a
,e tha BIMar Bad.
Tonight tba St Johna councile meet
and an effort will bo made to aetermine
who are the city officials, and what
organisation ahall bo made to transact
necessary bualneaa. There are two
bodlea. each, of four metnbersnn Tiead
by. Mayor If lng..Aha other by rraanj
dent Iggett of the old council. Each
assumes that it is the real governing
power, and each haa members which are
denounced by tha other faction aa un
worth v a aeaL Councilman Peterson
and Mayor King are under chargea, .and
supposed by their accusers to be unfit
for office until these charges are heard
Councilman Edwards la said by tha
other side to ,"b out of It" because of
hia frequent realgnatlona and sale of his
Personal reeling haa become bitter,
and the chancaa of a peaceful Battle
ment- ara apparently, more remote than
ever. Soma of the multitude of charges
made by the various factiona will be
aired tonight,' and perhapa soma mode
Of proceduravwlll bo agreed on that will
nable the town government to continue
with neceaaary bualneaa, pending the
hearing of tha chargea agalnat city offi
cials.- Thla is what the bualneaa men
of tha place ara trying to accomplish,
and they will be preaent to pour oil on
4ha troubled water
EAST SIDE NOTES.
Subetatlon No. 11 waa opened Friday
In Mu dcuatore of F. J. Clark, at High
land, 1001 Union avenue. The reaidenta
of this district and North 'Irvington
were In the contest for an office and
Highland won. The' station will do a
stamp and registry business and will
accommodate a large dlatrict - before
without auch facilities. .
Suit has been brought by Thomas
Hlslop in the east side court againat
J. Paquet and T. Johnaon for rent al
leged to be duo on the wood yard man
aged by tha firm of Paquet aV Johnaon.
Frank' woodcock, aaaessor of Wasco
county, will make his home In Hlgh
land, having purchased property pear
the school. Mr. Woodcock will move
to tha city to give his children the ad
vantagea of graded schools. -
Mllwaukle aranse will soon start
work on a large ahed. which will be
located in the cantor of tha town and
placed for the convenience of farmers
who have been compelled tb leave their
teama expoted to the - weather when
shopping In ttie place." .
Next Monday the Jtuaaellvllle achnol
will open with Professor De Vitro, for
merly of Brownsville. . aa principal and
Misses Perkins, Stewart and Powell as
Instructors. - .
Material iraprovementa -are being
nreda tn the auditorium of "the Central
Raptlst church. East Twentieth and An
keny atreeta. A carpet coating 1609 la
being laid and paws have aaesntly bean
placed. Rededlcatiop serylcei
neia neat ounuay.
. POTTER KEPT, ON.
Vopmlar Seaside Steaamo WlU Make Sag
. ' Za Trip S-ptemba is.
The. "T. 3. Potter- wilt be kept In
service between Portland ' and North
Beach, stopping at Astoria, aa followa:
Fram Portland September I. t a. tn.;
September- Jrf:4$ a. m.J September . 1
p. m.; September It, T a. m.i September
14, a. m.; September II. : a. m.
- From Ilwaco September. I, 11:11 p.
m.i September . 4:10 a. m.; September
I. a. m.; September 10, p. ra.; Sep
tember It, 10:10 a. m.; September. It,
11:16 a. m.: September 17, 4 p. m. -
Partlculara and O. R. AN. SummatJ
Buuk by askur grTfilrJIandJtVaah'lng.
ton atreeta, Portland. -
"Now good digestion watts on appe
tite, and health on both." .
If It doean't, try Burdock Blood Bit
ters. ., (
FOuCiiidl FCH H
Wells-Farjo Clock Builders Bor
jli Irij Fifty Feet to Coun-
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EXCAVATIONS WILL BE L '
; .TWENTY-EIGHT FEET
Unusually Exhiuitive -Preliminaries
; Are Taken to Mean That Seventeen
- to Eighteen Stories Will Be Put Up
.Later. It Wot immediately.
. Boring -haa commenced to teat the
aoll for. the foundation of the Walls
Fargo building at the corner of SIxtA
and Oak streets. 'The drtlt has Just finished-its
first bole, and had to. drive
more, than 80 feat before finding country
rock. The drilling will proceed until
the quarter block if fully tested, so that
the contract for -excavation- may be tat
immediately. ' 1 ' - ,S
The tact that excavation is to bo for
depth of 41 feet; and that the builders
ara taking tha precaution of going to
aolld formation, fbr their aupporta, la
causing a renewal of prophealea that the
Wella-Fargo block will be materially
above 10 atorlea high. A foundation Is
to bo laid capable Of aupporfclng a 14 to
ll-Btory atructure, which cauaea a gen
oral belief that It the building at first
does not exceed 10 stories,, at a la tor
data, when there is greater demand for
office, room, 'the ownera may continue
the work, giving Portland a skyscraper
of no mean proportlona. .
The boring operations excite conald
erable intereet, aa theaa are the most
exhauatlva teatt prosecuted preliminary
to any building operations- in Portland.
It has been proved that whan great
buildings go up hero the foundations
will . have to be sunk well below tha
light soil-formation near the surface.
Nothing of a boggy gxound is found In
tha bualness section, aa Chicago bad to
overcome, but Portland la on a rich al
luvium, which ia not a good baao for
the tall bulldlnge until great depth-is
attained. v - -
ANOTHER BIG BRICK.
Will Band oa Aakeay Be-
' twoea, . Fonrth' and Fifth. Sooa. .
.' H. Wamma, the manufacturer and
property owner, who has been acquiring
considerable realty of late In this city,
says that within' six months ho will
undertake one or more Important build
Ing enterprlaea. The half block on An
keny atreet between Fourth and Fifth,
backing the Marshall-Wells building,
is to be the site for a big brick for a
local firm. Mr. Wemme aald that when
he built there ho would erect at least
a four-Story brick, which - would have
frontage, ori 'the three streets named,
and as great ground anace as the Mar
ahall-Wells - building . ooeuplea. Thla
structure when completed, will be sightly
and adapted to the requirements .of a
modern bualneaa block, and owing to Its
extensive atreet frontage will be In. de
mand - for wholesalers. , .. r
Mr. .Wemme haa- purchased three
other properties lately. One "at-s-the
northwest corner of Front, and -Alder
streets haa a three-atory brick on it, but
this edifice is to be remodeled and full
plate glass front pl orrthi lower floor.
The 'property purchased at Second and
but the new owner nas not yet aeciaea
that he will improve it thla year. At
Twentieth and Flanders streets a resi
dence property has been purchased.
which may be used for a home, or divan
' HALF REAL VALUE.
toe Aagelee Stam tCakas Timely Oo:
meat oa Bealty Sere aad at Some.'
Many surprise have been given local
property ownera in regard to respective
valuatlonmf realty here and lsewbor
on the coast. Well-Informed men tavo
Known tnat-Portland was holding ita
bualneaa and residence property low, but
the maaa of the people did not realise
until recently that auch was the eaao.
So many atatementa are being made
andt facts of such a convincing nature
are offered that the home people are
commencing to appreciate, themselves
better titan over before. ' -..
r. Pervlna, a wealthy man bf Loa
Angelea. who haa been buying - some
property th rough our firm," said J. O.
Rountree of la W. Whiting aV Co.. this
morning, "Just ahowed ma a clipping
rrom a home paper -he had received,
which mentioned a aalo that had been
made of a property 75 by IS .feet on Wall
street, Loa Angeles, not New Tork, the
consideration being t 150,000. ' Mr. Per
vine said that he knew 'the property
well, aa he once owned It, and the loca
tion corresponds to the heart of the city
about aa a corner lot at Eleventh and
Stark atreeta does to the heart of Port
land. . .'",.-;
'Ho aaked mo what a lot of thla else
that dlatance out would be worth here.
and I told him. I thought from tlO.OOO
to 135.000. Taking this valuation aa a
basis for figuring, and allowing for the
difference of population, we conolude
that Portland realty in the vicinity of
the bualneas center waa about two and a
half tlmea lower than that ot Los Ange
les similarly situated. -
"Here Is something for local people to
think of. Their city has more prospects
of commercial expansion and manufac
turing growth than the southern Cali
fornia city. Tet there is.not the spirit
to anticipate the future here that' we
find elsewhere. - Portland needs create
Utapld. progreaa la. being made flnlah-
lng tha Interior of the Elka building at
Eiavemn ana Stark itrneia. ana tinkmr
permlttfd to begin making ' their ar
rangements for Individual offices aoon.
Th new home for the Concordia club.
There are ginger worms and
red-pepper bugs--queer board
ers that have to be looked
or, not in Schilling's Best, but
in making it. There are eggs
of these queer poardersttjyilxui
Tnlfto-Dntnied ,by grinding.
Don't keep spices warm; or
they'll hatch. . . .
DALAtXE TO GO
Crcr.d f.'sw, Specially Mcda
-wisyerV Fbnos to Go for
ZH2, i!43 end $137 at
Tha remainder Of the two earlnada of
brand-new pianos, oddly named "Meyer.
muat be sold tomorrow for 1141 tor the
plain atylaa, 1140 for the more elaborate
onea, and 1157 for tha vary fancy gen
uine walnut, oak and mahogany..-veneered
caae a. Terms of sale will be all
caen or It down and 5 or It a month,
with alrople lntereat.
These ''Meyer" ptanoa were built ao
cordlng to specifications of a middle west
ern dealer, aa la frequently done now In
a number of the medium and T cheap
grade piano factorlea. They came to
ua as a reault of the following letter re
ceive during me eariy summer, wnen
order 'for planoa and-eaeh were- both
scaroe around ew xork piano factorlea
"Kllera pkam Houaa Gentlemen: Wa
have a larg number of carefully made
planoa, aa fin as have aver been turned
out of our ahopr which entire lot we are
willing to sell at a aubstantlal sacrifice
in order to get tb cash out of It at
"Th Dlanoe are lara-a ai sea full aeven
and ope third octaves, double-veneered
caaee, oaks, walnuts ana manoganiea,
with spruce sounding boards, ahellacked,
extra heavy, plates, bushed and nickeled
tuning pins, standard high-grade action,
Schmidt hammera, Poehfman ateel wire.
oopper baas atringa, good ivory kaye
can alao aunnlr muffler bedala.- -- ----- -
"If you are interested, pleas wire
yOur, buyer to sea ua and Inspect these
f lan os. We hop that you can arrange
o take all or a large part of them be
fore th lat prox., for wa are con
strained to confesa that wa can ua the
money to great deal better advantage
juat now than to nave ao large a lot or
special planoa.' awaiting shipping In
structions from the dealers lot whom
they were specially made. ...
"Varv trulv. - .hi
' ' ." "Manufacturers."
We promptly Instructed our -New
Tork reoreaeDtatlve to Inspect carefully
these planoa, and. finding them as rep
resented, we secured tha entire lot at
Thla la how we are in position to offer
planoa of th grade and quality de
scribed In the above letter at- the price
or iiz. ana 91&7. on lerma oi pay
niant 1ut about aaual to rent.'
Inatrumenta such as these ar ' fre-
auentlv Bold for 4260. and even 1175,
almoat double th price we now aek for
them. We guarantee them to be as rep
resented - above, thoroughly well-made
planoa,' of pleasing tone - quality; and
also durable to . quite a' degree. Our
regular exchange agreement enabling a
buyer to turn theae planoa back to ua
at the sale prices (less depreciation of
51 a. montn) . towara paymeoi oi any
new bigh-grad piano w may handle.
accompaniea tna regular nve-yeara man
ufutunra' warranty, thua maklnc a
purchaser doubly scur la - bis pur-
Note. Theae pianos must not be coh
fused with th r,Meyer" pianos enumer
ated in the "1M6 Piano Quality" Pur
chasers' Ouldo as an "X" stencil piano
(meaning' a piano for which "no one
should pay mora than $125 to $175 for
such a piano"). Th "MeyerT pianos
referred to In ''Piano Quality" ar made
for -etUl another dealer, and emanate
from one of the very cheap eastern pi
ano shops, while the "Meyer" piano
advertised by ua for sale at $141, A14S
mi ti ST nnaaaaa. at tha very loweat es
timate, at leaat 40 per cent greater value
and merit. - tiememoer tney in ir
tilt and $157. on terms of $8 down and
$5 monthly. EILERS PIANO HOUSE.
from as yoa gJmethIiigT'oi
; yoaw monay. r
. Tou do not have to pay any
more - for one-of - our - HIGH--QRADB
PUpoa than you ar
asked for som of th "would-be-just-ae-goods."
- . .
Dundore Piano Co:
Steinway and Other XHaaoa.
S3S WASB3BCITOB ST.
which will b on Of the handsomest
club propertlea of the city when fin
ished., la making exceiieni progress io
J w, K.rtf ham will erect a UWalLlDJt
on Sherrett avenue, between Eaat Kiev.
enth and Kaat Twelfth atreeta, to cost
SL JOHNS GRATEFUL
- FOR PORTLAND'S AID
Mayor King and the city council of
St. Johna feel - grateful toward Chief
Campbell and the Portland .fire depart
ment for their response to ine appeal
for' aaalatance at the fire last Friday
mornlng.r and say so In a letter, which
also expresses thanka for the services
rendered by the flreboat which stopped
the progress of the flames, and for th
efficient aid given by Assistant Chief
Holden. who personally supervised the
The following resolutions were 'also
adopted at a recent maaa meeting of
the eltlsena: , V
Resolved, That the citlaena of St
Johns feel "deeply, grateful for the effi
cient servlcea rendered by the flreboat,
and that tha thanka of tha eltlsena be
extended . to the elty of Portland for
the application, or auch valued efforts
that saved, the city or sta Johns from
further loss. ,
"Be It further reaolved. that the
thanks of the citlsens be publicly
tended to Assistant Chief Lee Holden
for his eepabl aervleee in directing the
efforts of the eltlsena in extinguish
lng tha fire." . : ;
MUSEUM IS POPULAR
'A greater number of people visited
th museum of the Oregon Historical
aoclety in tha elty hall laat month than
In any other month In the history of the
organisation. The regiater ahowa that
.$6$ visitors - were In the museum,
smong whom were tourists from nine
foreign countries snd from every stste
and territory in tna .union, including
the Hawaiian ana rnmppine isiande and
Alaska. Tha foreign countiiea repre
sented were . South Africa, Brltlah
Columbia, England, Scotland, . Pruaalo,
Japan. Oermany, New Zealand and Italy.
, ; Waa yom Say ' ;
People were alao registered, frqm Ultui mil-utl Ih Uiemuaeum.
nee a ii ii iiiiiiib in vyregon.
The largest number of visitors were
from this state, while Waahlngton came
second - with- .450 -and California J third
with t0. Among th vlaitora war peo
ple from all walka of life, but old aet
tiara of Oregon. Waahlngton and Cali
fornia were In th majority:
. Curator George H, Hlmeg .was I kept
I liiUUV o. BelUs. Free.
XorrlseB atnet kateaaa Oik
Pasae aula lal.fc,.
TONIGHT AT 8:30 O CLOCK.
Svery Might Thla Week, Bxcept satarday,
ipedal . Matinee 8 turd.,
WICTON LACK AVE ,
Kxeellaat Soapertlag Ooatpaay. - -
Prleea, Ita, , Ma, Tie, $1, $1.1. .
teats sow aalllng tor tba eatire weak.
Belasco Theatre- uZShu
14th aad Wash. Balaaee Mayer, Props.
- , -' ,
TASTINO WITH BPBCIAI, (LABOR SAT)
BATUtXl TOBAT'AT $14 t. at .
rtHST TIMS IN 8TOCK. .'
UaajajeMVa. 'Ae Vtarad Vy
AaA 1 1; O Vary ataaaeriag
Sy Le - .
, Uth Week ef the Seleses Stock Ce. ;
Begslar Matlaaea Sanuday aad 'Sunday.
PRICES -. VK aad Boe.
V''k-y Nlht 5. toe. sOe aad TOe..
neat Waas yoDAH, ay Raary Arthar Ji
3d and Yamhill
Pkoae Mala 19T.
OKKOOIT THRATRg CO.. LXaagBL
KO. L. BAKER. MANAUKB.
- - tn xoxx or svsLxsans T
aealal Batlaea- a 1:11 Teaay. .
AU Thla Wejk Rasalar Matinees Wedaeaday,
J Tkaraday and Saturday. -.
jj, XMMXMXM. iTTOOiag.
TEE E2GASIEU EXTRAVAGANZA CO.
PreSeat XDMOND BATES la the
.w?w.ffi2J"f ovma raTerltae.
PRICES Nlsbts: SSe, Me, 50e Toe. kUtl-
- seses - ISe, aSeTtSe. Soe. ,
'"' aTSXT WTIX KUTTUOAT SILLXB, J
11th aaa' - -
'Tk Beet Pe-alar Taeatse."
Soeelal matlnaa trwlav - TLh . ..a .11 .
Rnaaall A Draw pnarat the blaet dramatic
kit ever eeore ia Portland. Charles A, Tar
kv'ah'ew Xerk aoatpaay la bis BMlearaauuie
kscAPiiT r0K ths baxek. '
tkcapaay. areaery, eoataowa aU ef klsBTeTaes.
'..""rr' J.0 .s. tOe; amtlaee
"-"l 4"i S'-C, KHT.
at wiu-qnnai or tbx BiaarwAT,
THE ST AR
. SEARLEI AXD ROOKWTU.
EARt AMD HAMPTON.
SOT bTBRAUI. XKS STAmOSOOPB.
( Oanarat admlaaion, 10 eaat. Sundays, even-
es A aviMw yeBStil 111 SJMU fMi msVCf
Soor, SO eests. Dally aMtlnece. entire lower
' nUi boa seats, , cents, goadeya
sad koUdsys, cootiaaoas.
T M E a RAIN D
4 i-jJr: "ttis on.oit, ,,,
f '4wliUil by Ulnar Dufroe."-
rSAVB CLATTOW. TTRDEK AMD lnTSXA
-.BERITBTT ARS STCRURO.
TREO PURIRTO. THA 4UHDII00R.
Qeaeral admlaaion, 10 cents. Sundays, aven
ues and holiday., reserve seats ea lower
Boor, SO cents. Dally matlneea. eatire Inn,
aw. JO eanta; bos aaata, 26 casta. Soadays
v Oarae Taaakavaag rweaty-feartR,
PORTLAND vs. OAKLAND
r , , . ADsntllOR. gie..
Today at 1:00
BAlfnHTAKD, at a. 'rjnrfjPBglV,' 1M t
un Tira.ia ana rasarv.a aaata aa
boa office. 1 . . ..
WXZX BTARTTRS BOVSAjr. aZPTXHRXR 4,
"Thp Tiger's aaww
A Sanaa tional Melodrajaa ia roar Acta.
First sppearaaee ef Mr. Robert McLala aad
iaa aaaca,. wae wiu aarame ue leading rolte,
Admlaaion loci Reserved Beats. SOe.
LEWIS ND CLARK OBSERVjf .
. TUKT WD CJtFB
Take Portland Heigksj ear aad get eft at
Bawtherae TetTeea, oae blerk deal ess Has,
Me clunking. Slaetrle elevator.
Baa Baaotlfal affect ef aowarfal saarekBskt
from top ef tower. Jtm aaa eat a lalaty lanrfe
wane nenaj m at t sHsnineenc sea serf
ia aapance. wsea e a. av ea .si p. Bb
SloB 10 eonta.
, -.....' . ; 5.- .,
Capital ' $8,700,000 ...
Portland Branch, 244 'Vfhshlngton.
H. A. WT1T g",
mm Ite ol ; Credit
Available in all parts of the world
.' 111 branchea in Canada and the.
Untied" Statee, including: 8an
Franoisco, Seattle, Victoria, Van
eouver, Nanalmo, New Westmlna
tar, Daweon (Tukon). -
Drafts Issued on
Transfers of money to or from
"any part of Canadi by latter or
A General Banking
Business - Transacted
LOUIS H. BOLL
Piano Studio will esn Sestmber 1.
Parlors and 10. 14ZH Waahlngton at
uay -aecurlns; Interviews with pioneer
settlers snd addlnytolb1l llnra of us
M ilwaukls CounJry Club.
wood and Oregon City can at First aad
' irrefesred Staok Oaaaad ffrsoda.
Uea latwla Best Brand.
207 FIRST ST.
Bet Taylor and Salmon
See our advertisement in tomor-
row's Journal. We closed the
store ; at ; midnight 2 Saturday and
men still aitingeiWe have had
our hands fuir today, too; buti
morrow will have more helpahd
YOU just come and seeCwhat we
'-'l ! : will do
The dupHcte of which wul ueyer !
be known again in Portland r.
-NEVER ! NEVER ! - N EVER !
We are positively next to giving
VVomeri's Shoes away, ; : - v :
207 First St, bet
Regular $12 goods ; 3
" large drawers, oval rrrlr-.
" : ror. ' Introduction price
4 today, tomorrow and
.Wednesday, just to get
"store, stock and busi
ness methods. It's worth
while. . , " , 1
1844 FIRST STREET
( CLRAR THRODOH IBS BLOCK.
-Ask Our Customers.
That is the kind- of trading
you get at - ....
Two stores ' one corner
First and Yamhill and one
corner Third and Davis. 1
Newly1 arrived Men's and
Youths Suits and Overcoats
from f 6.00 up to $17.50.
Very neat designs in Hats,
Pants and Shirts. . ;
rlompicte line ul UUies ,
Men's, Misses' and ..Boys'
Shoes. ----- ' ' ' --..'vli.
e save you 2(rpfr-Wnr
on every dollar you invest
for you. .
Taylor and Salmon
We are . exhibltlns: a
large consignment of
SELS RUOS just re
ceived from the! East.
There are Oriental and
floral designs, in looks
I resembling rugs which
sell foc $304 and", not
.. . terrns
rtUl lla ef ataaalaster, BoaT
bary aad Valval Mugn, all slaee J
i i ii T
The Store Vhere Your Cret Is C;;i