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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, , PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE . 1CCJ.
GIVE CONCERTS IN PORTLAND
As Oerect from etch cer cs c!I;!:t Is tiZmst trca nscndjy
The) esN9We 1st am Plotur of the Hrriolc, the Old" that of the Moa
baietc Refrl-eritor Home auid Delight of the JVtlorotae. .
The "mew yM Befrlgeraeov, sold by as, U posttlTety tt Vest bs has era heea seeds aee aa
OOM0 aa Bar othee, but MTTll lisetse, beoaase tt has moe a siagla aea inssissia by amy ittei
sJl the speolally excellent features of ail of them aaA saaay assiatlal Xmprovecasnte ea
atraly Its ewm. Tt la always so ary tnatde that manbes asm be left em aay of tea abalvas aa4 aot be
tntwsd. It aewalxes less loe the any oeber mefilgaiaaos, aaa by aaeaaa ef ths ef eotea system
ma4e p of 09am eemtoe AsaX pans, air auota, aad shee asleattfle eoastmotlon. It gaias a wetas
waloh Is indeed oae of the most lmpeamat feaeasea of the refrlgweAos. we tefea to the elxevJatlom,
Wl thorn t elienlaaiaa the Kafrlgemtor vremld be bo beta ths the aossmssi toebeau Xt la the beeteomem
of thla slsonlatlnsj that has made the bona disss aepatattoa of ,
Do Not Agrae With Mayor and
7' C'ty Council on- Uquor '
; . Question.
SAY SALOONS HAVE .
- - - HAD BAD EFFECT
DEAD AIR & I
'! er wc0sc P L
; Mora Police Officers Needed Since
A License Waa Granted, They Say,
4ri- nd-Mor Jntpxicated Men Seen on
Street-oflbeClty. " .
The Journal, baa received a communi
' ; cation In regard to the liquor euuauen
, l BL Johns, aimed by 'IT. cltlaana of
that place. It waa wrttten In reply
. , to a communication recently printed by
. The journal and signed by tha mayor.
-tt council and ether off lctals. ; After
declar ing - that the law , provldea " for
-' . . m m mm M
, grouping precincia ana 11 o
. In favor of licensing saloons, the oom-
, munlcaUoa continues aa follows: . .
V The ataUmeat that St. Johns was
.' dumping around for the drunks that
.came hers loaded with liquor procured
' at other plaoee la untrue, for before
. saloons wars Ueenaed In St. Johna It
, was the rarest thins to see a man who
" waa even partially under the Influence
tfHlmif, while today-M la aa evry-day
L, tlally. but wholly under Its Influence.
na police offloar: now ws bars three.
- and the present chief of police feels ths
aead of two more In order mat as may
r eons with the worthless class of round-
- era that are crowdlna Into Bt Johns,
The records of ths recorder of ths
Increase In Its business (arunkonnees
- a lone) ox upwaroa i e par nu ainoe
, tha aaloona have been licensed, sixty
i per cent of these caaes are without
,. means to pay the fines imposed. . .
-R.- PARK Bft,-
"J. H. CANRIGHfv
"U B. CHIPMAN.
. T, W. PATTER,
"H. W. BROUHAJT-i
HAUAB C HEACOCK.
' "T. M. PHILLIPS. -
X M. KNIGHT,
TC a WRIGHT. '
TXAVK EDMANDSON, . ',' . !
"L. BttEDZER, . , "" ' ' "
"W. IX WEEK",
i "W. Ik CHUBCHH.U'.
tr 7' atunday, June
" "" Another popular- li lt excursion to
(Seaside rla the X a C, B. tL will leave
the .union depot next Sunday at I a. m.
Ticket sales limited to aeattng capacity
tef train.' Tickets on sale at t4( Alder
street during ths week and at the anion
depot Sunday morning.
. For Information telephone C 4u Btew
art, agent-Main 0a i .
Let us show you our dust
proof, rain-proof, , heat-proof
fabrics Joe summer wearl-
A- No reason in the world why
you should not be neatly
dressed and comfortably
dressed and at small expense
to you. jTalte advantage of our
special early season offering.
I Trousers I
Neat .striped , effects.
Elki Building v
Seventh and Stark
. I-1 . ;'4'K"V-
.... .,v ,
The famous . Royal Hawaiian band
from Honolulu, which mads so profound
success last year at ths exposition.
s to eome to Portland next Thursday
for a series of concerts at the Hell! g
theater, - - - - - ,
Arthur A. Lotto, business manager of
the band, arrived In Portland this morn
ing- from San .Francisco and- reported
that the band waa giving open-air con
certs In the Greek theater.. University
of California, In aid of the relief funds
for ths , sufferers from ths recent dis
aster in 8an Franciaco.
In speaking of ths Royal Hawaiian
band. Manager Lotto said: ' -
"The band has been Increased to 60
members, and ths enterprise Is under
the management of representatives of
the Hawaiian government This is the
first time that the band has been al
lowed to leave Hawaii for any length
of time and the tour will embrace the
entire United Statea and Europe. The
fact that Portland gave so generous a
welcome to the band last-year at the
exposition carried weight , with, the ter
ritorial government and we have 1
oured. permission for the present tour
to be made. The Hawallane are look
ing forward -with, extreme pleasure to
their visit to Portland, as they rente
besthelnsny kind acta of ths people
in this city. When I left the band on
Thursday all the boys' gathered around'
ma and aald, Give our- aloha to the
people in Portland."' .
STAND BY STATEMENT NO. 1
Of the SO Republicans and Deraoor ate who are asking the votere of Mult
nomah county to support their candidacy for the legislature 21 have taken
statement No.' I. The men who are pled g'd to support the people's choice for
United" States, senator. Irrespective o t party are as follows:
Ballot No. BaUot No.
IS A A. BAILEY joint senator. 60 A F. FLEGEL, Joint senator.
1 JAMES IT.- CAMPBELL.lolnt ren- 5 FRANCIR CLARNO. senator.
reeentative. .M Af P. NELSON, Joint representative.
18 I H. ADAMS. . 0-r-Wi iVADAMB.
82 T. J." CONCANNON.
83 JOHN DANNELLS.
M B. N. EMERY,
( J. C. BATER.
Tl JOSEPH W.- BEVERIDGE.
72 DA V ID-C--BURNS.
74 JOHN B. COFFEY. .
71 JOHN DRI8COLL. '
76 ROBERT 8. FARRELU
" 85-E Ar-OES8EtL.
T GEORGB L. HUTCH IN.
-7" tt FRED C. KING. -
r'-' t " S9 H. I KREIDT.-
, 0 ISAAC 8WETT.
.-..! 91 D. M. WATSON.
The-jnen who have refused to take statement No. 1 and who believe that
'they know what the people want better than "the people, themselves, are
Ballot Na :
4 B. C. Beach, senator.
70 N. D. Beutgen.
7( Wlllard H. Chapln,
77 Frank F. Freeman.
78 Harry E. Northup.
7 Robert W. Wilson.
Ballot No: '
1 E, IL Cahalln, representative.
THINGS THAT OCCUPY PUBLIC V
- - EYE OF PORTLAND'S. EAST SIDE
"Clty Engineer Goodrich of St Johns In
surveying Richmond street In that city
discovered that several new buildings
were partly In that street Because of
an error made ta a former survey of
this street the city docks of, St John
occupy a few feet of privets property.
This mistake may be adjusted without
the necessity of tearing put the docks,
but the buildings that lap over into
Richmond etreet will have to be moved,
according to the report of the city engi
The Modern Machine works . Is the
latest factory addition to Bt. Johns.
This plant la located on the river front
near Jobe'a mllL A D. Gregory. J. W.
Marriott and I O. M. Crulkshank are
the awiieia. each of whnm Is a praetloal
mechanical engineer. The work of In
stalling the machinery Is under way.
The plant will be In operation In about
East" Waehrngtoh" street "between Bant
Sixth and East Eighth streets has been
'temporarily closed to traffic. It was
discovered that some of the bee me sup
porting the elevated roadway had been
pushed out of line by--earth . being
dumped through the surface. The nec
essary repairs are under way and will
be completed la a short time.
Six thousand dollars was paid by L. Tt
Smith to Samuel Lowenateln for 1(0
acres of isnd on Mount Scott This Is
a part of ths tract offered to 'ths city
of Portland several ytars sgo for park
purposea, but the deal failed to go
through, being defeated in the council
by one vote. . . .
The Inman-Poulsea Lumber eompeny
brfekf 'U reeerds- In 4ts output of lum
ber oSirlnirVthe month of May. The
plant sawed' 11.100,000 feet The owners
aX UUs alii believe that tae bare sat
the mark eo high that It will not be
reached by any miU In the world for a
long time. Every log eawed during
the month waa Oregon pine. The de
mand In San Francisco was so great
that practically none of (his lumber
remains In the company's yards. It
was shipped on steamers, sailing vessels
and railroads as last as it was turned
out by the saws. ' As an evldenoe of
the activity of the lumber market this
company ehlpped 600,000 feet In the
month, of May more than their' plant
sawed. - In order to accommodate the
heavy erdera received by this company
from Its Ban. Franoleco agents it was
found necessary to run the mill night
and day, both shifts working overtime.
The "City Beautiful" brigade left sev
eral plies of trash, ths result of ths
cleanup aiang East Clinton street The
residents along that street hsve made
several efforts to have this garbage re
moved by the street-cleaning depart
ment, but so far without success.
The Congregational church - at Bt
Jobne will be dedicated tomorrow at Vie
11 o'olock service. Rev. E. L. House ef
Portland will pretch the dedication ser
mon. . .The church Is ths building that
waa used by the National Cash Register
company at ths Lewis and Clark fair,
and was donated by that company to
the Congregational society of Bt Johns.
The Church Extension society of New
York .contributed 11.200 toward remov
ing and remodeling the building. The
two stained glass windows, "Ths Bible"
snd "Ths Cross and Crown" wers pre
sented by Portland friends. Rev. Fred
J. Warren la the pastor.
The mayor and mldsrmsa ef St Johns
ere ' out in a letter pretesting against
the unlofof, Bt Johne and precinct (,
city of Portland, in a local option dis
trict'' These gentlemen claim that they
have bee, treated unfairly by the Pro
UblUonlsu la licking then up wita a
Th most perfect Rafrlgerator that trcr held pound of lea. '" Its eqaal was nerer made It Is not likely that its aaperior will ever be
known FAMILY, RESTAURANT. AND HOTKL REFRIGERATORS OF ALL CAPACITIES AT VERY LITTLE COST.
We : Havra $1J family lypeDf etsrfiejrlcrslcrs Cat Is a carvel Do net lniy-tss-styIgcatUjoaJiay this cae
Odd Fellows Tec;Ie
First sad Alder Sis.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE, GARDEN AND CARPENTERS'-TOOLS AND CUTLERY.
Pleasant to taUe and does not gripe or nauseate
Cures Chronic Constipation, Stomach andXivr"rTroublo
Stimulation Without Irritation.
Oanro Laxatire Fruit Syrup is a new
laxative By rup combined with the deli
cious flavor of fruits, and is very pleas
ant to takeT lt will not gripe or sicken.
It is much more pleasant and effective
s it does nolQeraa;eeBtOmacIl05r
irritate the Kidneys, Liver or Bpweli.
tively cure chronio constipation as it re
stores the natural action of the intestinal
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach is npset
and the bowels are irritated without any
permanent benefit 'having been derived.
The condition of the patient remains un
changed. The Stomach, Liver and Bowels
have not been stimulated and in a few
days a stronger purgative may have to be
taken. This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent ; relief.
Thirriolent-actioTrTCBults in an unnate
For Biliousness and SicK, "
Headache. " '
1 Take Oanro Laxative Fruit Syrup. It '
ural movement 01 the bowel and It is neT fccWM 'Wgsatu stimTiUnlroiitha liTerand
essary to keep taking them indefinitely.
Why ORINO Is different.
tireFrnitfly rup wilFpsi-OBnro- Laxative- Fraii syrup is theonlyj-aiso Laxative Fruit Syrup stimolai
preparation that really acts upon all
of the digestive organs. Other prepar
ations act upon the lower bowel only and
do not touch the Liver. It can very read
ily be seen that a preparation that does
not act upon all of the digestive- organg
can not cure Chronic Oonstipation.Torpid
Liver, Indigestion, Sour Stomach,eto.
Clears the Complexion.
the liver and thoroughly cleanses the
system. and dears the complexion of
pimples and blotches. It is the best lax
ative for women and ohildren as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not gripe or :
sicken, lvefuse substitutes.
Take ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup and if lyou
are not satisfied your money will be refunded.
;-" '1; - freparad only by FOLEY CO., Chloaae, In. . . : - y v
CT" SOLO AND RECOMMENDED 0f"r------
WOODARD. CLARKE CO. AND AND SKIDMORE . DRUG CO. :
part of Portland 4or the. jurpoce of
forcins local option upon" an nnwllllns
people. They assert that St. Johns Is
opposed- to local option by more- than
S to 1. but with a part of Portland com
bined with them, their local majority
sralnst local option may be overcome.
P. T. Sandy, whose residence on Bam
boldt street and Patton avenne, waa re
ported to Dr. C. H. Wheeler, olty health
officer. as belnir la an unsanitary con
dition, denlee that his seven children
sleep In an attle, or that the distance
between the- floor and' roof of their
sleeping; apartment Is but It Inches. Mr,
Sandy says that his children sleep on a
kind of baloony, which Is at least four
feet below the roof. He refutes the
statement that his children hsvs to
crawl through a hole In the celllnc to
et to their beds, by statins that his
house is not celled. :
YOUNGEST FORGER IN STATE
ELEVEN YEARS OLD
Youthful , Criminal! Appears Be-
fore Judge Frazer in the '
The youngest foraer In Oregon was
brought before Judge Fraser In the
Juvenile court yesterday evening. A boy
11 years or ago was enargea witn zorg-
ing his father's name to two checks, one
for ill snd one ror is. 1 ne cnecas
wers passed by the boy on R. I Voelker,
791 Mississippi avenue, and the money
BDent for a bicycle, a salt of clothes, a
pair of shoes ana can ay ror ins neignoor
boys.- : r- ; ;-..
The complaint was maas by tne core
father, who recovered 15 of the money
from the boy and made good the balance.
The little fellow admitted forging the
checks, and aald he did It because some
older boys told him he eould get money
that way. .
The boy's mother ana rather are fla
vored, and he keeps oacneior nan wun
hie father. While thr-father worke all
day the boy goes to school, prepares his
own luncheon and usually gete supper
The father was in ins court room ana
aaked the Judge not to punish ths boy
as he had promised not to repeat the
offanaa. Judge Fraser replied that ne
was not so much concerned ever what
tha boy had done aa over tne innuenoe
surrounding htm at home, snd told ths
father It would be necessary to rind a
nlace for his son to board In some good
home. ; This was promised and the boy
sent home with his xatner.
The Political ClirriM
The present political campaign closes
tonight In Oregon. Oratorical pyro
technics will mark with a blase ef
glorythe strenuous contest. As cham
plons of ths Democretlo hoete. Mayor
Harry Lane, George I Hutchln, candi
date for the legislature, snd C E. 8.
Wood will speak upon the plasa near
the Multnomah county courthouse.
Mayor Lane's forenalo abllltlea are well
known. Mr. Hutchln Is sn eloquent and
impassioned orator. Mr. Wood -has a
matchless styls that needs ne encomium
here. This triune will andoabtedly at
tract a tremendoue , throng ef eager
. Building .rmlt.
Ellsa E. Hartneaa has received a Per
mit to erect a two-story residence en
Multnomah Street at the eomer of
Or and avenue. Its eoet Is given aa
Other permits Issued are as follows:
8. L. Brown, one-story store. East Mad.
lean, eomer Seat Water, oost 11,100
It Draws the Bar--No Push ; W '
HOLDS THE WHEELS TTJ ' Vl
-TO THE GROUND. IN- :7f" Jrlrv Jj-
CREASES TRACTION, Sai tTWl
-ADDS-TO7THE CUT' fy , , r . hjj 11 irirrrJPjsSgS-
TINQ POWER. kvvyV7Vy JSSy : : -
Thi H al fill ItO M- Hai ulit' that means satisfactory work every day
I II w vflrl If 1 livJl you use it few repairs and long lifeTa quality made pos
sibleonly by the rwUcyf-employingonlyejbest-nateri'l aqd wftrlfTnanshipaquality you
cannot obtain elsewhere, t quality you cannot afford to overlook. . ,
SELF DUMPHAND DUMP
ARE AS PERFECT IN CON
STRUCTION -AND- OPERA.
FOR HAY-RAKES TO BE.-
GET A FACTORY CATALOGUE
AND A TESTIMONIAL CIRCULAR
W. O. Stltt, two-story dwelling. Beech,
corner - Grand avenue, cost ll.toe;
Mra. Ik - Cuneo, . . oce-storr dwelj-
ing. East Twenty-sixth, ' corner East
Taylor, cost 900: O. Bedding, repalra
to dwelling. Bast '-Ninth near Brook
lyn, cost 1190; U. . Blakney, two-story
dwelling. East Fifteenth, corner Bast
Stark, oost 13,000; II. E. Wood, two-
story dwlllng, East "rnnth,eoTner Wy
gant, coat 11. (50; .Marls Vaa fltrelea,
two-story dwelling, A dame, near East
Harrison, coat 1700; O. M. Valo, addi
tion to dwelling, Oantanbeln. avenue,
between Russell and Knott, coet 1100:
H, W. Burdln, two-story dwelling. Park
avenue, between East Seventh, and Eaat
Ninth, oost 11,000.
At Marquatn Orand theatre Saturday
evening, June I, p. m., under the aus
pices Traveling Men's Tom Word club.
for good government. Speakers, Stephen
8. wise, Hon. Henry XL MoOlnn. Tom
Word and others. .' Oood musto. Come,
everybody. . ' r . .-.
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