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THE . OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 23. 1CS7.
Norwegian t ) Steamer Finn
Xariwlj Escaped ..Foun-
AKKHDD LAST 'NIGHT ft
WITH CEMENT CARGO
Sister Ship;of the Mthlldn, j Which
Xof .Orient lodaf 'ot I0ftI,in!4
C .Voder Charter to Vd Immber for
.Return Cargo, Now In Harbor,
v tfhe Norwegian steamer Finn narrow
, iy escaped founderlnf In a .fearful . bur
rlcane that caught her Off Buenoa Ayree
on' her way to this coast from London.
For' two.' days ' the big f cement-laden
freighter waa neve to and yet tha wares
rolled all ovar her. Ola Leave, a flre
man, waa caught by a monster wave
and Swept clean ovar the forecastle
bead and thrown violently against aotne
stanchions. Hla right leg waa crushed
so badly that It waa deemed necessary
to put Iilrn ashore when passing Punta
Arenaa.ln the Straits of Magtllan.
The Finn arrived here last night and
berthed at Greenwich dock to discharge
16.50 barrels of cement, then to pro
ceed to Tacoma to load lumber for Fre
mantle, Australia.' The vessel is in
command of Captain Jacob . Lungxeen,
who took charge Just before her de
parture from London. She belongs to
Jacob Christiansen of Bergen, who also
owns the steamers Mathilda, Hercules,
Cecil and Oscar II. all of them now in
l'aciflc waters. The Finn waa launched
14 months ago at Sunderland. She reg
isters 2.473 tons, and it Is supposed that
she will carry about 1,000.000 feet of
lumber. Her sister ship, tha Mathilda,
left Saa Francisco for Portland this
morning and will be here by tha end
of -the week to - load lumber for' the
orient under charter to tha Paciflo Ex
port Lumber company.
BOZORTH FAMILY HOLDS THIRD MllUM REUUI0U
In speaking of
from Europe, Chief Officer Allk Joell
Mated that tha storm encountered off
Buenoa Ayres was tha worst ha had
ever experienced alnca "Olng to sea
many years ago. After that It waa
comparatively smooth sailing all' the
way to San Diego. Just before arriv
ing there a paraffins tank exploded,
with tha result that Third Engineer Jo
hannesen - was quite seriously burned
about the face and hands. The ex plo
sion occurred in tha engine-room, and
, hence did not cause any damage by flra,
Mr. Johannesen is still In the care of a
phytic lan. Chief Officer Joell attended
nim at sea. He also set the broken
limb of Firemen bekva.
Coming up the coast nothing; occurred
to create excitement and tha run waa
made in five days, which la tha aver
age time for a tramp.
' LAST OP, THE SEASON
Concert at Seaman's Institute Tomor
r . row Evening.
The last concert of tha season will be
riven at the Seaman's Institute. 100
North Front -street, tomorrow evening
et 8 o'clock, under tha direction of A.
I H. Devers Jr. A splendid program has
t braeen arranged.- The officers and men
; of the vlnltlne warships are eordlallv
; Invited. Following is the program: . .
Recitation, Miss Annia O Brfen: comic
? song, Walter JB. Farnhara; Norwegian
song, miss jxora lawjer; song. Mr. Ky
'lance; mandolin duet. Messrs. H. Grlf-
; nn sna ti. Kowrts. recitation, Mrs.
v Marion Warde Farnham; aong, ' Miss
, Ethel Lytle; song. Miss Irene Flynn:
eong, anas uunen; selection, .. J. E.
. uronin; violin solo. Miss Oraca Jen
: nlngs; comet solo. Miss Cochrane: aa-
; lections. Miss Ines Cummlngs. A seleo-
lion will De rendered b.M ss Coral m
Barker's orchestra and Archie Wright
wui ue mo accompanisi. ; . ..
Leading Cast Side Department Store - - Ccrncr GRAND AVCtUE ed EAST ALDER ST.
Every Day 'Until; Julyth
-. The Bosorth family held tha third an
nual : ."reunion " yesterday at Woodland,
Washington, in tha oak grove on tha old
homestead Battled In the early fifties.
In 1846 Squire Bosorth, with a family
of 11 children, arrived In Oregon, lived
for a time in Washington county, Ore
gon, then went to Vancouver, Washing
ton, and later took up a homestead on
Lewis river. . There are but two of tha
11 children living Christopher C Bo
sorth and Emma Caroline Thing and
they were at tha reunion yesterday. The
uaiuerea at mo via nuuieaiaaa.
former Is in hla seventy-sixth year and
the latter her Bixty-alxtK year. '''. '.'"',:-..""
There, were ft75 j, present.. A basltet
dinner was served, after which a
business meeting at which A. N.
J. O. Bosorth and other members spoke
of the history of the family. . It, la be
lieved tha ancestors of tha Bosorths
were Huguenots, who were driven from
France in tha eighteenth, century and
settled in the Carollnas. From there
they went ta. Virginia and then on -west
It waa agreed that a hiatorian ba ap-
pointed and an endeavor ba made to
collect data so that as complete a his
tory of the family may be written as
possiDie. y .,. i. . , . ' ...
The following officers were alectadi
President, C. C Bosorth; vice-president,
A. W. Wills; secretary, M. B. Bosorth,
and historian, John X Bosorth. A. I
Bosorth and wife, John R. Bosorth and
wife and Howard C. Bosorth were ap
pointed ' a committee on arrangements
for tha next annual meeting, and M. &
Bosorth, A. N. Wills. W. R. Bosorth and
Emma Conrad a committee on program.
Uta Woiidesf m!
.''.. -( " ' ' -.' "-i'r -" j" . '' ' ;"'(''''.'
government ; was negotiating for tha
charter of the British steamer Wood
ford, which at that time waa (here in
search of business, it being stated that
she would ba used to carry coal. Ship
ping men did not take the skipper a re
port seriously, because .it waa not
thought the government would engage
foreign bottoms as colliers, but events
of the past few days corroborate the
statement of the captain of tha Wood-
Four larae ; steamers have been en
gaged by the government to load coal
at Baltimore Or the Virginia ports with
Pocahontas or equal . high-grade coal
for Mara Island and Bremerton navy
varoa. and tha transactiona nave ere
ated a great deal of excitement In ship
ping circles. The tramps are:
British, steamer . Angus, (,000 tons, to
British steamer Strathlevln (or other
"Strath boat), 7,000 tons, s for .Mare
Island. -n - '. -.1
British steamer Ferndene, 6,500 tons,
to 'Bremerton, Puget sound.
British steamer Burma, ,S00 tons, to
Bremerton, Puget sound. -
It ia understood that the government
desires to ship aa soon aa possible ISO,
000 tons, and -that active negotiations
are In progress for a considerable num
ber of other steam carriers,
" The war department denies that the
business is due to tHe Japanese unrest,
asserting that tha coal ia to be rushed
around tha Horn in order to prevent a
fuel' shortage this winter at the navy
yards, where the supplies have run low.
Thia explanation is not taken .very
seriously, however, according to those
who follow tha trend of eventa closely.
BREAKWATER 12 COMING,
This sale has proven a great revelation to hundreds of new customers as well as our former
ones in the past two weeks and has convinced them beyond a question of a doubt of the su
perior assortment of stocks, quality of merchandise and surprising values we are offering;. ' We
are thoroughly determined to close out as much of our present stocks before we remove to
our handsome big new store as is possible AND' RADICAL REDUCTIONS IN PRICES
PREVAIL IN EVERY DEPARTMENT so we may accomplish that result In a limited time.
BEING HELD TODAY
Congregational Churches of Oregon
Workers Listened to Interesting
d" Reports at First Church.
r. mil. it.
Martha Roux. Fr. bk
Moaamblaue. Br. sh...... Newcastle.
Samoa, Br. bk.,., Shields
filam, Ger. sh.,.,.,,.a.,...t,.Ixndon
Thiers, Fr. sh... ..Newcastle, B.
Vlncennes, Fr. bk ..rV. Glasgow
Marechael Turrena, Fr. bk. .Hamburg
Villa da Mulhousa, Fr. bk...... Antwerp
Ouethary, Fr. bk. ....... ......Antwerp
Plerri Loti. Fr. bk............ Antwerp
Walden Abbey, Br. sh.. ...... .Antwerp
uienassiui, nr. sn . , . . . . . , .Antwerp
Versailles, Fr. bk . . . . , Lelth
General de Bolsdcffra, Fr. bk... London
General de Ne frier. 'Sr. bk...,,. London
Bayard, Fr. tk. .......... ... ..Antwerp
Villa da Dijon. Fr. bk. ..... r . . .Antweip
..- Coal supa Xa Boats. '
Belen. Fr. bk........ Newcastle, A.
CoL de VUleboia Marenil.Fr. bk
Claverdon, Br. sh..... ..Newcastle, A,
Wlllscott, Am. bk........ Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh... ...Newcastle. A,
St. Mlrren. Br. sh......... Newcastle. A.
Crlllon. Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
Ardencralg. Hr.. bk. ....... Newcastle, A.
Mathilda, Nor. str ..Newcastle, A.
Eugene Schneider. Fr. bk. .Newcastle. A.
St. Louis. Ff. ah..... .....Newcastle, A.
Tramp Steamera Xa monU, '?
Henrik Ibsen, Nor. str. . .San Francisco
ueen Aiexanara, Br. str...... .Madras
ymerlo. Br. str..... ...Manunlln
Thyra. Nor. aa .........San Pranclsca
Finn. Nor. atr... .... ..Son rw ! ".. t. ' ' i
es. . . . f miwum jr unci cm , it Jiuruil,
oiruiDuvon, nr. sir. . . ; .Ban ranciscO I R. J. Hendricks! "Our Onnnrtunttv In
Oil Carries Tn onta. v ; ; I the Foreign Field," Mrs. E. .8. Bollinger:
Port Harford soprano solos, (a) "Blest Are tha Pure
in i-ieari, di leieoiea, uui iaurs cie
Ladies' Fancy Hosiery
VALUES TO 0c AT.,..,.,...
A missionary rally la being; held to
day by tha Woman's Homo Missionary
union and the woman's board of the
Pacific of the Congregational churches
or Oregon at tha First Congregational
church. The morning's - service was
opened by devotions led by Mrs. Walter
Hoge of 'Forest . Grove. Reports were
heard from tha following branches of
tne .work:.-t.".,v -.
Young people's' work. Mrs. ' W. t.
Palmer; foreign -work. Mrs. B. D. Sta
ler; home' treasury. Mrs. C F. Clapp of I
Forest Grove; foreign treasury, Mrs.
S. G. Smith: Chapter B. Mra, W. A. I
White of Oregon City. Discussion fol
lowed tha papers and ; luncheon was
served at- tha noon hour.
Tha program for the afternoon fol
lows: ;. Missionary Bible reading. Mrs.
M. B. Tobey; "How to Stimulate Mis-1
1 fir " uamasK laoie Linen or
I UL $U5 GRADE AT ,OJL
A splendid assortment of plain and fancy col- Several handsome new patterns, all pure linen
ored Hosiery. ' Regular values to 20c. . and full two yards wide. . . A' great snap. -
rl llnDfWk ft TablC Unen' 65C ValuCS 42c
a unuervv Lb Extrt valueSf ttt in bleached or unbieached;
...Ut full 58 inches wide.
Children's Ribbed UndeiVts
18c VALUES AT
.Those strong comfortable . Underwaists for i
children, bucs 2 to 10. - .
. 75c Batiste Corsets at 33c
" Fine .white- batiste Corsets with or without Tgi-ade.
nose supponers. An laeai ngni weigni. cor
set for warm weather.
Good Bleached Sheets An
65c VALUES AT.. .,.. L
.Full size 72 by 90 and bleached, very good.
Argyll, Am. str, ...
LAUNCHED AT MIDNIGHT
New Schooner Bee Win Come Hera
' ' tor Machinery.
' (Special DIDtch' to' Tb. lonnuLI
Aberdeen. June 16 The hull of the
steam acnoner ea -waa successfully
launched at midnight Miss Mabel
, Llndstrom, daughter of John Llndstrom,
the president of the company, waa the
jahlps sponsor. Quite a party .was on
the vessel when she took tha plunge
; mm ine quiei waters or ine oay, While
" othera waited on the shore to watch her
'- gracerui descent. , - ' , . .
I Aftr the machinery? Is Installed "at
the Willamette Iron Works. Portland,
the Ee will be put on the run between
here and California porta She is a
..fine vessel, measuring IS feet deep, 38
feet beam and 1J7 feet over all. ' v
This is tne first moonlight launching
. for several years and it drew many
people, tha night being ideal.
ON FOREIGN COLUERS
Astoria, June 2 Arrived at 7:30 and
left up at 1:30 a. m. Steamer Johan
Poulson, from San Francisco. " v ,
Yokohama. .June 28. Sailed -German
Steamer for Cbos Bajr Run H'lll Be
't'-'-'.f Here1" Next ,Wffrtr.'fK
-. it waa announcea mis morning tnat 1 Schooner Kins- Cvrus for
tne steamer Breakwater will do reaoy I Arrivea at n:t p.
land; the work in Turkey, by an Ar
menian; nymn; "ine widening scope of
Mission work," Miss M. F. Farnham:
H. uoaa oi saiem; benediction. .
Children's Ribbed Hosiery 14c
Actual values 25c, either fine or .heavy ribbed,
, perfectly fast color and seamless." ,;
Men's 75c Negligee Shirts 49c
Every hammock in the store is cut in price.
Prices range from 49 f to 4.65 each , -
Boys' Blucher Shoes
WORTH $2.50 AT,
steamer Alesla, for Portland.
Astoria, June zs. Sailed
will se thr ! her baby Is nronerlv .a
for to do thia a good purgative Is neo.
at 13 noon
CAMMKH T ...
to sail from Sen Frsnc'.sco for Port- holter in tow of tug Tatoosh. Marhoffer f"r: JP'" ?"3r w,?rm!
land next Friday or Saturday in time lost rudder in crossing Wlllana bar and ,nd i !hAlr e.tAe.r"a??i tnow.. -IWif
to arrive here so as to leave here on Is leaking. Rigged Jury rudder and ??uf.fT?7 TFI1 5.??8n 1 'eep
her first trip to Coos bay about July 5. made for Columbia river. Arrived down " v "i7.- inwoVm,L
i s.io ana sanea at i p. m. esteamcri ""T : . -""n
The Breakwater will thereafter make
weekly trips between this : port
and I Columbia,
for San' Francisco.
rrnm aaunn ,1 V, I flan r,n.l.AA Inn. 9R 0. 11 I W&7.
Arrangements are saia to nave oeen I P. m- rqrwegtan ateamer luamnaa. i 5 ""V.
Rde to have the Breakwater land at for Portland." ' ' I druggista
roint iodos, june ze. -raasea 'int
Oak street dock nt the iimn vhnrf
the F. A. Kllburn, which plies between Dauntless with log raft, from Columbia
this port and San Francisco and. way river for San Diego. Reported all welt
ports. Including Cooa hay . Astoria, June , 34. Condition of the
. Tha Breakwater will have !.een given bar at 8 a. m., obscured; wind, north
a thorough overhauling when she comes west: weather foggy. .
off the drydock at the Bay City, so Tides. at Astoria today High water,
that she will Jte easily able to main- a. m., 10.1 feet; 1:53 p. m., 7.8
tain a weekly schedule. f feet. . liow water, 7:33. a., ra, 1.1 feet;
: In addition to the Brenkwster. tha 7:37 t. m.. 2.8 feet - --
Portland & Coos Bay Steamship com-1 -Astoria, Or., June 2. Arrived at 9:30
pany- will operate tha freight steamer j m.--A four-masted ' schooner. , Out
Csarlna aa k collier during the fall. She I side at 11 :15 a. : m. A - three-masted
will bring at the rate of about 3. oon 1 loaded ahlD. Arrived down at 11 a. m.
tons ' of coal to this city every week I Schooner Monterey and tug Defiance,
from Coos, and this, it is believed, will I ' Batavla, June 30. In . port British
have a material effect unnn h rni I steamer Oueen Alexandra, for Portland.
situation here. Last winter a couple Hongkong, June lf. Arrived Nor-
or argoeaor coal were brought herajaregian steamer Norman isles.
ir tuus oay on ins steam acnooner
these worms In a mild, pleasant
unc iriea uways usea.' - uiva It
Jttics 3 cents, v sold by all
Uncle Sam Will Ship Coal Around
Cherbourg. June 19. galled French I
bark Ouethary, for Portland. ' ) .i I
:- Hlogo, June 88.- Arrived previously I
tiritiBH steamer itirKiee, rrom rortiana.
itAwn ?Tini . wiTiTPPPnwii
Costa Rica. San Pranciapa .'.V.inn' i5 I The steamer Arabia shifted to the
Alliance. Coos Bay.. i... July i ?01"" l last night to, begin loading
Roanoke. San Pedro and wav. . L ..Tnfir i I Hour, k. .
Columbia. San Francisco. ....... . JuiV t . The. steAm schooner palsy Freeman
V, A. KIlDurn, Ban Francisco.. . .July 3 I5i"r5u iluua r n "ru wiia uu,-
n W. Elder, flan Pr T..1- a 1000 feet Of lumber. ' ' r..K,,
Alesla. orient . . . . Jul v li . The United States engineers have, er-
No Matter What
I TTTl...U .... 1 1.1. . .
eeverai montna ago it was announced Nicomedia. orient, SUi.I.-I.i'.ii Julv J1 1 "erea tn snasooat Matmoma to olaan 1 " "f.V "f - 4t2 T. "lu"yr wotq-w
In Tha Jdurnal that tha United Stata. NumTntiarK BCIt nd'
(Arabia, orient .. t ... . i . Rnt 1 uaywn. u n amo proposed lo Duuqjr---- r ... ...11,1,1.
Araoia. orient ' Scpt a dam at Wheatland to prevent tha Wil- tractors, .oar-pe ntera ;inaaon. and other
Barular 3Uaarg to Dapart , ,.n v iftmett from running into TmhArt fmechanica will benefit by makin an tn-
ln Tn 11 AATlt Va m mmm. 11 lanaa Paa Daw ; T..-. bs ......l v - . " Z I vast lira Hafi nne KnlMAKsi'
a . 1 ' '. .1 J '.--'J stA - v.- "at- , IaL II - ;. JL:.r 1 T 1 ir..
spienaia new paucrns, cuuer wiui ur wun-n &noes. made ' bv UCO-1 Kutll Co. Perfect'
i . as . .1..a It .tf . ...... J - - - " . E.
out collars, inese smns are an juu size ana satis uction Kuaranteecu
guaranteed to oe wen maae.
Women's Snvas uxrords nor
$1.75 VALUES AT. t....UOj
A srood crade in the very best new extension
sole style, all sizes: . 1 ' "
Every Suit for Men Reduced
And a good substantial reduction at that.
Some odd lots that sold as high as $15 ARE
NOW 7.U5. AH others greatly reduced.
Boys' Bathing Trunks at 15c
All sizes and good dark colors. '
Women s wnite waisis vi(Q
VALUES TO $2.00 AT. ........ COL
Handsome new - styles . with short or long
sleeves, lace or embroidery trimmed. Many
with the new low neck;
I Alliance, Coos Bay..
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and wayjune il
Juna 37 1 slough. ' 1 vestigation of our builders
Juni?l Th .luma. Vaiviiia rvnita wilt aoii I ana i asKlng lor Quotations.
Arabia, orient Juna 30 (tomorrow from Stella lor Ouavmaa. haven't In stock at the moi
CosU Rica, San Francisco...... June 30 I Mexico, with a cargo of 1,250,000 feet
Roanoke. -San Pedro and wav....Julr 4lnf rallrnai tl .hinnod Tv v P Rinm.
Columbia, San Francisco. July 61 gardtner, , The steam schooner Nome
Brcaawater, uooanay.,,. July Jf City will leave Stella tonight for SaA
moment wa can
The Straw Hat sea-
F, A. Kllburn, 8. F, and way.,. ..July 61 Pedro with 300.000 feet of railroad tie
I Alesla. orient.. ............... . .Julv ST 1- Th thrakmiitnil Inaitaif hln lo-hto
Nicomedia,. orient.. .......... .August 6 off the bar thia morning is believed to
Numantia, orient..... August 33 be the British ship Dalgonar, from Eu-
ir v i j , tTassals to 3ort. rope, with . a cargo of cement. She
Vn1 tip ih xrtfn A should have arrived several dava ha.
I Jordanhill. , Br bk. Astoria 1 1!1,? I)1Jar is consigned to , Meyar,
zinita,.ur. bk. ............. .East Pinal
Ten us. uer, ba . . . . Knappton
Avery (Q, Co.
48 TXZBS ST.
Whanr Ho. Chinese tuna. .... .Tha Onlri I
I UUebonna, Am. sch.. .O. R, s N, Albinal
Oliver Anderson, two-story dwelling,
Son id now in full cwinv - ' IWasnucta. Am. barge. ."Unlversitr Mill Se,m0t' o' Tj3'r,t,yH,,int'V,n?
SU I i I1UW in XWl SWing, , African Monarch, Br. ss Astoria East , Fortieth, 1 13.000;-William , Pool,
4 and no matter what
: your .tasted may be we
. have the hat "to suit it; '
Soft and Stiff Straws
every shape and braid
$1.00 to $3.00. - -
- -f'V:-",.'frf'.'-t-J(tV- Y.-r'a!. f "''..; 1
' ; It-: L" ' ' J' -V'X'"
. Genuine South Amer-
ican , Panamas $5.00,
$7.50 ' and $10.00. J .
,The latest in Fancy
If at Bands, 25c and 50c f
1C3 and ICS Third St. '
Chehalls. Am. bktn. . . . ....... KnaDDton one-story dwelling, Multnomah, between
Gardiner City, Am. bktn..,.. .Vancouver I BaBt Nineteenth and East, Twentieth.
Sehome, Am. seh.. ......... .St Helens I I360J-. T.-.B.- Phllllpa one and one half
J. H. Lunsman, Am. sch. ...... ..Stella story dwelling, Ellsworth, between East
Charleston. U. S. navy. i. Harbor I Thirty-second and . East Thirty-third. 1
raw Jones, u. S. N........,....Harbor I UiV. wranaaii, one-story oweii-
Kalibia. Br. str .Rainier I lng. county road near Broad wav. 3500:
A ra i . Am. m - .1 t7l n. 1yA rl nrl.nl Hnnlt.iw. MAmnamv ....... I.. I
Maori king, Br. ss..;.' Stream store,, 104 First street, 1350; H.'w. Cor-
Meiviue uouar, Am. atr... ..Btellal ee" estate, repairs dwelling 33Z : Pine I
Nome Cltv. Am. strr...... , . Stella I street. 500 : John . ulana. two-storv I
E. F. Banders. Am. sch. ...... . .Astoria I dwelling, Rodney avenue, between Sha-I
Mansnu Maru. jap ss.u. k. & rv.. Alblna I ver and Mason. 11.600: Nina Judrn. twn.
Alliance. Am. str... Couch street I story dwelling,. Cleland, south of Kll-I
Finn, Nor str.,...,.. . Greenwich I lingsworth, 32,000; F. W. CarroU, one-
Hvo, Am. atr. .............. V W ! 1 1 I 4..uin I
Geo. W. Elder. Am. atr,....,., Martins Seventh and East Ninth, 31.800; Mral
Cascade, Am, str..v.v...f .i...vaobleM. vrawller, one-story dwelling. East
v"i in ir. .,.,.i,,Aiiun iourieenin. netween. -rararart and r n-i
' KwBbev Carriers rn 3aoate . I worth, 3700: A. Anderson, repalra dwell-1
v . . - . . . . ,
fhi n,i im a uv...iu. i ing. . raomirorarr, Deiween . xnirteenth
Retriever. Am. bktn,,... San Vranclsco nd Fourteenth, 3200;. J. Ai ' Anderson,
Alumna, Am. sch, ,.,.,..San Francisco fRal ? welllngr Montsrnrr ; between
waiaoot. Am. Mm... . . .Ban FninHino iiunwnui una rvurwonia. ou. - .
South Bay Am. str.,.,, Ban Francisco
The Best Business Phrase
The beauty about ? that
' business-phrase firm-name
contest, is that there are
,.150 splendid prizes to be
given in addition to the r first
prize of $100. If you THINK
at all, you MUST .WIN.
Echo, Am. bktn. ... . Ban
MLf sal sanaiaa Asm aah .
Iaaava a mu, pwih a a j
J. M. Griffith, Am. bktn
Vtmnn-liriuila SiBaAlal 4Kma
yasuu. am. r,i,i,su trucun) -Th Pennavlvanfa Rnwl.l t...
H.-522 Cs-odaily 3 ;45 p.. m. over Pennsyl
o i,-r;rrrl vania enon jume maaes nrst regular
I r, . tt -h a. n . I T Blltca DIIUI JL1I1W
DBiivr our. jsvau. ui.t.i.Diui r rincnco xrw TfrwaaA aao . r
a w - a v l. , w.: " : Miwy v , aw m. iquvb, Decono
1 Aiuen dosbo. Am. uft..,..oan f ranciim rjuAi.... iao .i. it . . : i
Alvfttift. Am. fth. " ....Siii-PmIm ?v" wS"uuie -VJ; a1"" nwniDuri
t a w i;i o.' ll - Tr:r I wnn jrnieiDni oruy reruiar
1 iuAi-7Sh::r.:: ?!ff.s! York,
, . - - - - - - n.ir Mrrriiryjann DUIIBU i j D3Lrt4tl"'Snnn Ttl I
Xa 3outa With Oemeat and OeaeraL I dining-room, private sleeping-rooms and
Buccleuch, Br. Sh ..&... . . , .Hamburg I oneervauon -panor. farticuia ra ' free. 1
Brenn. Fr! bk... t.,'!.:X!HYrlt9 KoUoiUt flUrk fit .Portland.
conway casus, nr. Dk Antwerp vr.
Dalgonar. Br. sh Hamburr I . " 1 " v ijr'i:
Europe, Fr. bk. ............. . .Antwerp I Besama, sjkla Diseases Oared by
l Genevieve Mollnos. Fr. bk.... . .London I "TKS XODUSOLn UTrB.nr.n-m "-
Rene Kervller, Fr. ah. ....... .Hamburg!' Iruggists refund money If Dr. Porter's!
iuMni, u.,i,i,bwiiii' Anusepuu Auaatins uu zaua, faa.
In the Summer
,: The shirt becomes tha most con
spicuous part of man's attire.- it
should be a, comfortable shirt: If
yours is not sea ,
The Jacobs Shirt Ci
"8914 Stark St. Bet. Fourth and
. Fiftti, Fortland. Oraga. :
VALUES TO 20c AT. J.. .......
Handsome nw dotted and figured white Cur
tain Swiss, in extra good ; qualities, full 36
inches wide. , '
; i5c Paper .Napkin's,' hundreds :;'..'. . . . ii . .8
15c Talcum Powder, can. . . I , . i . 4 ; -i ,7
J0c Royal Glue, bottle. . I.. a. ,5s
10c Blackola Polish, box. ..... .. .. . . ,5
Women's Strap Sandals f nor
4 $15 GRADES. AT ...,vOL
. ' - ". -Fine
Kid Sandals, with one strap, ; either in
dress toe or common sense toe. all sizes to
- size' & V-
Women's Stylish Oxfords
VALUES TO $3.00 AT
(xunmetal Blucher. Goodyear welts, in newest
style toe, . and patent leathers in swell plain
toe styles; also all kid styles, with extension
soles, and patent tips. All sizes,' 3 to 7. -
Bathing Suits SSRS?3 )Or
75c QUALITY AT... ........ ttfli
Dark' blue Jersey two-piece Suits for men or
boys. All sizes. .
; ffafcr Wings at 23 Cents ;
Hen's CALF Blucher Shoes
WORTH $3.00 AT..
Absolutely all solid Shoes of correct style and.
fitting qualities. Perfect satisfaction is as-,
sured in every respect. All sizes, 6 to 10. '
25c,Mexican, Hats. . . .. i ......... ... . .10
Williams. Shaving Soap,'. 7. ii; . ".3 .;,
10c Canvas Gloves at...I.V... V,;.....
25c Boston Garters7 at........;.... ...14a
Prom Maker to ? Player "
Pianos Sent on Approval
Conway-Hlckejr Wedding. .
Chehalls, Wash, June J6. Mr., Dan
Hlckey, . city councilman In Centrslla,
who is a well-known business man of
that city, and Miss Katharine Conway,
a , trained nurse, who has made . her
home in Chehalls and Centralla for sev
eral months, were 'united in" imarrlaae
yesterday at' the Catholic church in
Chehalla, Rev. Father A. Moens offi
ciating , ' ... ';'.'' .