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JOUniML, PORTLAND, - FRIDAY - CVCrill 0 AUCU..T-1?. .V.ZZ.
WORKING ON LEWIS AND CLARK
MEMORIAL MONUMENT. IN PARK
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Wo aro cloclnc out all llnoa of ' , . '.
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Oummer Quito; Hfrht weight i J
Underwear and Hata a ti A
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reductions of from 20toao
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hlfrh ao COper cent
In this connection it ought to be understood '
that we make no false ftatemehts in our.'.
dyertlssments. O are t gen-y
tune, as may tie seen in. our , v , V '
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the Granite Block of thf Lewis and Clark Memorial
' -', . " . ' . Monument.. ' ' ,. '"'
dtUri the , the The Coming of the WhKe Man
V After Ions and rpemld
Lwls nd Clitrk memorial monument
near ' tha , Park -avnu entranca to th
Cltjr, park 1 olne ahad rapidly. - The
k , bla- abaft la being trimmed and chipped
x Ion the rlcht alse and the other bloofca
:'y of graalte aaa being cut own In pro
i portion. ' The monument ahould be eom-
plated, within a few months, ' -
From the eralnerwe on which It atanda,
i the rlalon has a tremendous aweep oxer
' the city and the hills to the eastward.
' The City park ha a sereral . wonderful
. altea for monuments and. statues, and,
the Lewis and Clark memorial locations
ara two of the beet. , '
A peculiar. Interest will always be at
tached to. the memorial shaft because
President Roosevelt laid Us cornerstone
on the occasion of his. only visit to Port
land. .. V
With the completion of the memorial
soon. Portland can boast a little of bar
publio statuary.. The Second Oregon
monument' on the plasa block and the
several pieces In the park are worthy of
any city, and iever fall to attract at
tention: from vlsltbrs. ., .,
, ! Worn Out by Continual Round of
i";' Pleasure, Veterans Are Leav-
d-'-.v'f-'V: 'ng 'or Home: ,
! BROWN IS CHOSEN ' '
i Ohio Maa to. Lead Grand Army Dn
- ; In j Coming YearMany Mew Eng
I land Delegate to, Extend Trip td
Pacific Coaifv' "-' "
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(Joaraal gpeetet Ifcrrlea.)
VTntlM nr im Minn Aur t7 tXTnA nil
by the round of continuous pleasure that
. has been theirs since , they anivedl In
'Minneapolis early In the. week, the Grand
Army veterans, the 'members of affll
tlated organisations and", the. thousand t
i of other vlsUors who have. been here
today saw the official ' end of 'what la
jloudlr jralaed as ene of the most suc-
eessf ul national encampments In . the
'history of the O. A. R. , . ' .
Of the $6,000 Stock
LAMING & CO., 88 6th St.
Udlee' sad Orata PimMilae. Ooeda e
all kiade at SALT M.IC. .
Com. hi and look . ever ear hastenee
etncfc ketore kr1n eleewkere ead yea
will be ear te ai.k. a porehaes freai as
after setting ear eatreaieiy tow prleae.
,m raioza asx ctrz nr gur. j ,
- MAN, SING CO
W Wztk timet, Mm Oak aad Stark.
' Saratoga. New Tork. . was 1 selected
today for the nest encampment. .
. The various organisations assembled
for" their final . sessions today and
Cleaned the decks of all unfinished busl
nesa. The new offloere were kept busy
receiving congratulations, while no las
effusive demonstrations were given In
honor of their predecessors. . On every
hand nothing but praise is heard for
the manner In which Minneapolis has
played the boat - Despite the fact that
crowds were even larger than were
calculated every detail of the reception
and entertainment program has been
carried out with machinelike precialon.
The tens of thousands f strangers have
been treated as the city's guests In
every sense of the word. The local com
mittee have made It a point to sea that
the visitors hava not been vlotlmlsed
by " overcharging. .', . .
The departing trains today, were' well
filled and tomorrow will see a majority
of tha visitors wtth their faces turned
homeward. ' Seme will remain In this
vicinity sightseeing for a - few- days
longer, while others will avail them
selves of the-opportunity to take a run
MP Into Cahada, or1 a trip through tha
great lakes. -iMany of tha vlaltors front
New Englandjand -the' east- will extend
their, trio on to the -Paclffo.. coast sm4
will visit ..California- end - other parts
.HAfovi m9tmitm kmnL . V,.' ,i.' ' 4
'The following national bf fleers' were
elected last eight: .' C v
Commander-in-Chief R. B." Brown,
Zanasvllle. Ohio.!- . jV' ' .i ,
- Senior , Vlee-Comnlandar-Wllllam ' H.
Armstrong,' Indianapolis. ., .
- Junior -VIce-Conunaadar H B. ' Fen-
aoUln-ln-ChTef Archblshon .
Ireland, St PauL- . ;
8ul-geon-Oeaeral-VW. Hk Johnson. LJn-
eoln. Nebraska.. n i
The new commander-in-chief. R. TI.
Brown, was born In 1S4S and has al
ways lived In Ohio. He enlisted in the
Fifteenth Ohio Infantry at the are of
11 krtd served In' the TfturteentlT Army
corps In the army of tne Cumberland,
until he was mustered out In 1114. , He
than reenllsted and serveB until the
end of the war. He was a private for
three yeare and then became a ndn
commlasloned officer. He haa long bees
active In the work of tha Grand Army,
Frefened Stock OaaaeS ejoeaa.
AUa Lewis' Beat Brand.
Tea are not pre parly leekta eat fot
To. X ailiss , you watok The foams!
raat Aaa. . .
A CELEBRATED German cnemiet recently
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: . - saiat - X learned my vroteenoa in Vier-
many ; went from tnerc to England,' wners I
studied EngKan mctnods ,ol Drewino; for some time,
tnen cams , to America and entered tli employ of
a large trewery. Eack montn we purcnaeed in tne
' open market tne bottled Deer of our rarioua com
petitore for purposes of analysis. Tnere was one of
tnese beers tnat .was always tne same- nerer waried
absolutely pure tkat was Pabet Blue Ribbon.'
' Qeanlineas and purity are eeeential for bealtL
ful beer, just as tbey are eeeenkal for anyotber
bealtbful food. And purity and cleanliness are
watebwords in tbs great Pabet 'Brewery at
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Milwaux.ee. . Only tbe excluairs Psbst eitfbt-
-. day malt and cboicest bops are vtsei. Tbe
whole Fabst proeess is the result of sixty
years pursuit of all tbe best luurwa
.: , methods in tbe science of brewing
Tne PabstBIus Ribbon label isaTI
- guarantee of sge, purity and
strengtb, cleanness and tbe
' Lbest ' beer brewetL:7'
call for Pases Bhis Ubkcsi.
Charles Kohn & to.
phone, rletn 460
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A JMn M
$12.50 and $15
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They are splendid garments dressyt and'
durable, and actually worth $12JtO to $15.00,1
but our price is now $10.00, and not a
penny more. . -- '. ..' ,
Midsummer Sale Prices in all
Men's Furnisbshg Gbbdis
Summer footwear is also included in this sale. Now is the
time to secure expensive and stylish garments at exceedingly
modest prices - v-"';-.:
Tlhe Kcsdl lFr(0)initi
iicci ic- it rwDA ncni
ALIttRICAN BAR ASSOCIATEOr?
-TO - MEETilMST PAUt
Judge Alton . B. Parker f to
-: ; Itver Annual . Address
: to Lawyers.
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. . i (Jooraal Special gerrlce.V .
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 17. Tha pro
gram has been announced for the twenty-ninth
annual meeting of the Ameri
can Bar association, to. be held in this
cuy during Ihe last three flare of this
month. ' Judge Alton B. Parker. of New
York, late Democratic candidate for the
presidency. Is to deliver the annual ad-
drees before the ecletion. .- Tha presi-
Idenrsvaddreee will be deUvared ty
George R. Peck .of Chicago., ; ' ; e
Other eminent legal lights who' are
to contribute papers or addresses tor the
meeting -ara Itoaooe Pound of Lincoln,
Nebraska; .Thomas J. Kernan of Batoo
Rouge,: Louisiana, 'and-General George
B. Davis. Judge advocate-general of the
United States army.
Eminent representatives ef the fore?
most law schools of America will speak
before the section of legal education.
There also will be a meeting of the As
sociation of American Law Schools) at
which the - principal apeakers will be
Clarence D. Ashley of the New Tork
University Law school; Henry Wade
Rogers of tbe law school of Tale uni
versity, and Professor Floyd R. ICechem
of the University of Chicago Law school.
Acvastlate. Beply Tonight. '
At tbe Auditorium on Third street, be
tween Taylor and Salmon, at I o'clock
tonight .Pastor' George A. Snyder, w
haa occupied- the. ehsUr of Instructor
Bible and history la Walla. Walla col
lege for the past three years, will, re
ply, to Rev.-C True Wllson'e erltleieme
of Seventh-Day Adventlem and the
translators of the Bible, Special song
service begins at 7:44. . , ; (
POTTER IN SERVICE.' y
ropmlae O. B. a ST. Bomrlo Boat Be
ensase Tripe to Bee eh.
The T. X Potter" leaves Ask street
dock for North- Beach, touching at As
toria, ae followe: -
August 14. 10 a. m.t August IS, 11:
a. m. ; August II, 11:80 p. m.
From Ilwaco: August 11, p. ml
August 15, a. ra.; August 17, S a. m. v
Tickets at Third , and Washington
streets and at Ash street dock, Meals
may be secured on ths boat. ' I
Ws have at our disposal a fin' location, In good neljhbOThood, for '
A Confectionery Store
and branch bakery. There are living rooms in nar. ' counters and '
other fixtures; low rent; lone; lease. Tnst tJie thins; for the wife to :
handle while the husband U 'basy at his trade. Apply at FRONT '
AND OIBBS STREETS (key st drag store), or to CEVURTZ J
i-SON8, 173-175 First street. , - . . .. T.
HOWARD IS ARRESTED
FOR INJURING COWS
HUlsboro. Or. Aug. IT. Ernest How
ard of this county has been arrested tor
maliciously Injuring personal property.
It le claimed by Messrs. Thomas and
Wilson that Howard threw some pri
sonous substance en two of their eows,
causing great Injury. Mr., Howard will
have hie hearing next week. .,
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S. BROMBERGER CS, CO.'S NEW CLOTHING STORE
To Occur on Saturday, August 18, at 8 A. M ; at 343 VVashington Street, Second Door West of Seventh, to which
we extend a cordial invitation to all, assuring yisifors an opportunity to inspect an exceedingly elegant line of
MEN'S CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS LATEST FALL STYLES
Fresh from tjie hands of Eastern manufacturers ? Our jgarments come direct from New York and tepresexit
tne smartest m mens raiment to be had in this country. We call attention to OUR $3.00 BEDFORD HAT,
the clever production of one of the most skillful hat makers of America.. We show, these in liberal profusion.
occ uui iciicsl . m men a ranay aim xcisuiuiiumic iiosicry ana nccKwcai ri . . . " ,' '
343 Washington Street
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SECOND DOOR WE3T OF SEVENTH. ST,