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THE OREGON -DAILY JOURNAU. PORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 9, 1C07.
Inraity Thousand Lodgemen
in Uniform Parade, in
I ELEVEN DIVISIONS
f Officers of Grand Encampment Ride
In Company With Earl of Eustoa,
I Who Represent English Branch of
j the Order.
' . . (fearaal Special ferric.)
f Saratoca, N. Y, July I. frhls ha
I been a gala day in the history of Bara
..'! toga, and, though the village hss bn
tha acn of many . large and imposing
gatherings In tha paat. tha spectacle
witnessed today fa conceded - to have
banie moat lmpreaalve la Us history
to have brought within her con
fine the largest crowd aver seen on the
- The great crush of visitors ' to the
Knights Templars conclave came today.
as the special attraction was the blir
. vinai 01 iv.vvv ivnignie in unnorm.
y The town was gayly decorated for tha
j occasion, and everywhere along the line
- 5 of march the Templar colors and m-
l blems, enlivened with national (lags,
. . floated from windows and balconies or
. i Bung from ropes stretched across the
f Every state of the union and half a
! dosen foreign lands were represented
t in the procession, which was made up
or it ai vision, ine xirst aiviaion in.
j eluded Washington eommandery of
f Saratoga as escort to the grand encamp
; meat, and St Bernard eommandery-of
Chicago as special escort to Grand Mas--.
ter Oeorge M.' Moulton." In the first
division also were the officers of the
j grand encampment' and the notable vle-
Ftors, among the latter being the Earl
I of Euston, representing the English
2 branch of the order.
Massachusetts and Rhode Island com-
". manderiea, headed by Grand Commander
- Young as marshal, made up the second
division, and next In llne-eame the grand
and subordinate comanderlea of Vir
ginia, Vermont, New Hampshire, Ohio
and Kentucky. The fourth division
comprised the grand and subordinate
-i commandertea of Connecticut.
Pennsylvania commanderles appeared
In the fifth division, marshaled by W1I-
- Item MT Donaldson of Harrlsburg. The
. sixth division' Included the grand eom
, i manderles oF Maine, Indiana, Texas,"
i Mississippi, Michigan and Illinois. - Bea
1 ton G. Brown of Kansas City was raar
" haJ ef the seventh division, which waa
, made up of the representatives of Call
' fornla, Tennessee, Wisconsin, New Jer
, sey, Georgia, Missouri. Alabama, Louta
; lan a, Iowa. Kansas and Minnesota. The
; next division comprised the commantl
erles of Maryland .Nebraska, Arkansas,
- West Virginia, Colorado and North Caro-
- Una, with David K. Brownlee o Sioux
City as grand marshal.
The ninth division Included the dele
rations from South Dakota, Oregon,
Washington, Wyoming, Montana, North
. Dakota, . Arlsona, Florida and Indian
, Territory. In the tenth division were
the Templars from the District of Co.
, lumbla, Oklahoma, " New Mexico and
. Idaho, while the last division waa made
: up of the grand- and subordinate coaa-
manderiea of New Yorsv '
i opening of conclave la tba town,
ball, with addresses of welcome by Gov-
.vernor Hugnea. urana commander jinapp
1 of New York and others, and a respcnee
-T Grand Master Moulton. " With the
'conclusion of these ' formalities 1 the
grand encampment went Into executive
session for-the transaction of lta regu
lar . business. A spirited contest haa
developed for the honor of entertaining
. , the next triennial conclave, among the
cities presenting invitations being Lo
Angeles, Milwaukee and Indianapolis.
Great Crowd Assembles to
Attend Christian En-
TWENTY. THOUSAND V
''-: , ' ' ' f
Churches 'and Basinets houses Are
Decorated and Hotels Have More
Guests Than : They" Can Handle
; 7hat Do They Caret
. Tha above Question la often asked eoiv
earning Dr. Pierce's two leading medi
cine, v olden Medical Discovery and
The answer Is tha Golden Medical
Dlaeevary I a most potent alterative or
in a eura-llnlnsiur-
faces, as ol the nasal passage, inroat
bromhlal tcbea, stomach, bowels gni
bia4dernrlng a larga per sent, of eatar
rfaal cV ehetherejje diseas affecU th
naaal pM, tha liroat, larynx, bron
chia, umcW a eatn?rl dyspepsia)
bowel e a rauX""e"vi bladder
nteru or other pivi orgAini
thnr'-tllg nr "' "M-n firgf
Dlaeevary is a most poian aiteri
blood'purlfler, and tonlo or invl
and acts especially favorably In
ilva way upon all the muoous HnJ
fin .iireu In Sltec'
It a Low an ui jiTgcliitly fXt Ti g iilviwi
ing vonio anq nervine.
. (loaraal Special Servlea.)
Seattle. . Wash- July .Seattle is
nearly all agog preparing for the Inter
national. Chrlatlan Endeavor convention.
which la to be formally bpened In thla
city tomorrow. Everv arrlvlna-, train
during the past I hours has brought
lta Quota . of delegates, and it Is ' ex
pected thst by tomorrow at noon 20,000
visitors . will be In the city to attend
the proceedings of the ' convention.
Among the-arrivals today were dele
gations from-Massachusetts, Texas. Na?
braska, Michigan. Colorado Kansaa,' In
diana, new ion. west virerinia. Con
necticut, the Dakotaa, Ohio and other
atatea, aa wall aa aeveral of tha Ca
nadian' provinces. . . , ' .
. To accommodate ' the multitude the
capacity of the hotels has been tested
io me utmost, while every available
boarding house haa been called Into
The evangelical : churches and many
residences : and bualneaa houses hiva
been decorated in honor of the occasion,
and the public buildings and' streets will
be Illuminated each nlerht riurlnz the
convention, which will last five days.
The sessions of th convention will
be held in the large Auditorium, while
noon evangelical services and auxiliary
meetinge will be held In the Grand epera
house and various halls and churches.
A large number of nraJae anri mnnm
meetings, conferences and celebrations
will be held In the various Protestant
churches, which will Include addresses
on a varietv of Christian Rnrt
Jeete by noted speaker.. ...
Th annual business meeting will be
held tomorrow afternoon In the Hotel
Lincoln. At this meetlns the officers
and trustees of the United society for
the ensuing year will be elected and the
annual reports of the offloers and bust
nea agents will be nresented. This'
will e . followed hv a mutin. ,
trustees of the ITnlterf ancletv .nA win
probably conclude all the routine bual-
inw-conveniion. . . . . i . ,
i."Tn..rular opening of the eonven
H T?" Place In the evening, with
"v. . ur. Jrancla E. Clark, president of
the United society, presiding. Addresses
of welcome to the delegates will be
made by Governor Albert a Mead, rep-
Mayor William M um, t a-.,,!-' -"A
Chairman F. Edgar Berth, on behalf of
the convention committee. President
. . 111 rrspona xo tnese salutations
and deliver his annual .address.. . mA
Oeneral SecreUry Shaw and Treasurer
Lathrop also will be heard.
In order to accommodate tha crowd
the aesslona will be held In two audi-
iui luum "-i imuiunanni v rna haa..-.
being .In duplicate. Special feature
during the-remainder of the week will
ninunn osToiea io " l rainln
Y.nurcft orne Future,- "Training
Cltlsenahln." "ftxhnni . ilt.i t- n
"Trainlne- for Minim.ra au'
I KJk! .v ltaVon- .'l'Prw'H'nt ay
For weak worn-
out, over-worked women no matter what
baa caused the break-down, "Favorite
Prescr Dt on' will be found most nectlv
In building up the strength, regulating.
toe womanly function subduing pain
sod bringing about a healthy, vigorou?
condition of tha whole syitem. 1
. A book of particulars wrap each bottle
giving the formulas of both medicine and
J looting what scores' of eminent meu
cal author, whose work are consulted
by physicians of all theachool of practice
as guide in prescribing, ay oi eacn in
gredient entering Into these medicine.
-The word of praise beatowed.on the
aeveral Ingredient entering into Doctor
Fierce' meaicme by such writer sdoum
have more weight than any amount ol
non - professional 'testimonials, bocausr
such men are writing for the guidance of
their medical oretnren ana snow wnereoi
they speak. - r--
Both medicines are non-alcoholic, non
secret, and contain no harmful nabl',
forming drugs, being composed, of glycerli
extracts of the roots of native, A merle r
medicinal forest plants. They are bot
sold by dealers in medicine. Ton ean'i
afford lo accept aa a substitute for one c;
these medicines of known oomposlUoc'
any secret nostrum.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sngar-ooateri
easy to take aa candy, regulate and In
vigorate stomach, liver ana bowels. .
MANY APPOINTMENTS - :
BY G0VEHN0B MEAD
;..... ... . i , -
(IpeeW Bispatefe te The yearaal) .1
Olympta, -Wash., j July t. Governor
Mead. today announced the appointment
of the three Republican members of the
board of the state reformatory to be
established in 8nohomlsh county. The
two Democratic members will be an
nounoed later. The members named to
day are Frank C. Jackson ' of Seattle.
five-year term: Corwln S. Shank of Se
attle, jour-year term, and W. P. Ball
of Everett, three-year term. - '
I - ZTIY i
- aattaWTsf.sil ' J-J '
Two Piece Outing Suits - - - - $10.00 io $25.00
VACATION and Outing dayo suggest
suitable wearing apparel Our Outing
Suits have that same superiority of Style,
' Fit and Quality that marks our regular
three-piece Suits. - -7
I' ''''-' . - .- V f 4 .
N accordance, with our regular system our
mid-summer stock has been replenished
with many new lines, making the sizes
about as complete as at the beginning of
the season. " ; : C;'.:'-; .
lMciiV Waist coatsthe most superb line ever shown
in Portland. Exclusive novelties and advanced styles
secured by our Mr. Steinbach while in New York.
The aovemor has ' aooointed B. S.
Oroascuo of Tacoma and E. C Hanford
of Seattle aa delegates to the National
Irrigation' eon grass at Sacramento, Sep
tember 1 to 7. and also appointed I O.
Barron of Wail a Walla aa a delegate to
tha American Mining eon
lln, Mlsaourt. Novem
Frank Lamb of Hooulaa and R.
igrsan at Jop-
i to is.
Condon of Port Gamble were today re
appointed members of the state foreetrr
commission for four-year terms.
To Irrinirton People.
r We will place six pianoa in Irvlngton
homes at a nominal price, the only re
! eulrement ' being that their owners tell
1 their friends where thev got thetrplano.
Apply aa early aa poaslble. Reed-French
Piano company. . . ,
THEEE TRAINMEN AHE
KILLED IN "WRECK
i. (Jesrsal Spwlal BervleO
Herrln, I1L, July. .-Three trainmen
were killed yesterday . in a wreck on- the
Burlington road here. Spreading rails
caused the engine o roll down aa em--i.
bankment. ' . r .
the week there
ou meeiings aevoted to "Training nr
win oe no rewer than lgf, separate meet
inga, ranging . from the great Inspire-
. riSfs ?" nermgrsv - with audlenoea of
iv, xne acnoois of meth-
"n cissies oi to to eoo. Vtoe
President' Charles W. Fairbanks Is to
--v.. ms nwiTinmm JTiaay evening.
BANKHEAD TO GO TO ,
Former Congressman to Bo Elected
to Succeed Late Senator
Don't fall to pay your west side
: bill tomorrow,
Positively the last
. Fref erred Stock Oaaaed SHoda. .
J : Allen s Lewis' Best Brand.
SEXAS COMMISSION :
r BEGINS RATE HEARING
(Josrul gneelat SMvleO
AnSsMn. Teres, julv . The Texas
railroad commission todav began a hear-
7lngIn the matter of a readjustment of
rates applying on lumner and articles
- aking lumber rates. In carloads, be
1 Texas and Paclflc railway points.
V . - ATJt T9S WOUO u ''
'Knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for rheumatism, stiff
, joints, cuts, sprains, lumbago and all
; peine. Buy it, try it and you will al
. ways use it. -Any body who haa used
Ballard's Snow Liniment Is a living
oroof of what it does. All we ask of
you is to- get a' trial bottle.' Price I So,
tOc and tl.OO. Bold by all druggists.
Here Is One of the Letters
1 Sent to John Blaauvy in
a Friendly Con test Be
fore July 4th, From ,
I01ilanr- St, - MontavniaT 6r7
1 - '.-!' " '. June... 1,07..:
T.:J$n ?ilM.uw Advertlalng Manager
"Golden Grain Granule," 11 Front St.
Portland, Or. ' ' " . "
Dear Sir I have a package of "Gold
en wnwi wrsnuies, wnicn i ordered
from our grocer, Mr. C. T. Wleblsch. I
like the coffee fine and aS It la a whole
some and a harmless beverage, I should
think , that every true American who
wishes the Sucoess of his or her coun
try would use it.
' JfK name of the 'school which X at
JKid Is Montavllla. The reason why
r.iolden Grain Granules la Aftan allt
the American family drink la because of
e universal reputation of being a
holeaome aad harmless drink. All
Americans do or ouarht to drink It - It
pnouia us unvu in wvry npmi Because
tit Its tineOnslsfl niisll1s
The exact weight of the' package I
i bought of our grocer was ons pound
.and three-quartere. I am It years of
age.'' Tours truly,
' LULU DOWNING.
101 Mlsner gL, MontavlUa, Or. .
... - - - . . .. r '
. (Joe real gptelal SsTrlee.) '
Montgomery, Ala,, July . The elec
tion of ex-Congressman John H. Bank-
head to succeed tha lata John T. Mor-
5 an in the United States senate br tha
labama leeixlatura. whuk mdm.i
day for lta adjourned or "split' session.
Is Assured. Practically all talk of op
position to Mr. Bankhead's election has
subsided and his selection is now s
matter or certainty, the party leaders
taking the ground that It Is incumbent
upon thero to net ; in accordance with
the result of the state primary last
August which declared .Mr. Bankhead
to be first choice for alternate senator.
. In addition to th Mn.tn.ui
the - liglslnture - will have considerable
business of Importance to dlspos of at
n inrmni session, rrooaoiy the most
Important matter to engage attention
1 . m? W11 or the committee
"i" " irm a municipal coda
which will provide a uniform system
of government for all the cities of Ala
bama of over 1.000 population.
Don't fall to pay your west side
Positively the last
SAYS TELEGRAPH IS i- E
" f ' (Jcaraal tteeeUl' Berries.) .
' New Tork. Vtilv Th. w.
ti - v-a. " u
i iiiun sna r-osiai leiegrapn eomoanles
WPJ' atracked Jn Justice Platsek s court
jri,icru . dt Aiiornev (ieneral Jack
son, -who charges that the companies
have entered Into alleged Illegal agree
menta governing the tranamlsslon of
measaresr - The suit Is drmithl in k.
name of the people. y
Jackson aeks the tilstle to appoint a
",iinr w mr, vviuvncs. m e cnarges
that the companies .are violating the
anti-monopoly law, and that the agree
ments are -in restraint of trade. " -
' "Willamette Heights.'
' Five pianos will be supplied 'wil
lamette Helehts residents. . to the first
applicants, at merely nominal : figures.
In order, to Introduce them. ' Apply at
once, -or early tomorrow, Feed-Frenoh
Piano company, Sixth and Burnslde.
THIEVES STEAL GEMS i
FROM PUBLIC EXHIBIT
(Joe rati Special Serriea.) -
San Diego, Cal.. July t. -Between
Saturday night - and . Monday morning
thieve, entered the exhibit room of
the chamber of commerce and stole
several- thousand dollare -worth Of cut
and uncut native gema. That- loss is
$3,000. . -' - . :- - '. - i -
' - Fortlaad to St. Faai
Th Canadian - Pacific la now Belling
through tickets to the Eaat via Spokane
and their, new line. The ahort line to
St. Paul. Fastest service. Their new
trains are models of luxury. Electrlo
lighted, and provided with electric ven
tilators. By far th most up-to-dat
service In. the west ,
Don't fail to
The Greatest of the Entire Season
Strongjclnforcemcnts will be brought forward Mcday. -Values iinequaled in. any other former event.
This store has. certainly been a very busy spot since the beginning of this sale, but for this week we've
planned a record-smashing selling that will even eclipse all past performances. No house in America
gives. the bargains that we do in this new stare. We demonstrated it last week; we will demonstrate it
. SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR WEDNESDAY'S SPECIALS
Vahies up to $22J0, including
a few Jumper Suits, Wednesday
Values up to $30, Wednesday
Values up to $43, Wednesday
Values up to $55, Wednesday
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
Kegular 15e value
WHITE AND BLACK
MERC LISLE GL0YES
: Kegular $IM Values,
Regular $1 JO Values
LONG AND 8HORT.
Regular 75c values, '
WATCH POR THB GRBATEST WAIST aAtlllNTHB HiaTORY OP PORTLAND
White Wash Skirts
- . : . VALUES UP TO 17.50 .:irrrr'::T- r:
..... . . . . . .
lp U edt H :u v-; values up to $5.00
E13 i OTPARIY
' FOOD AND
l Se ial 6768
, if .
7 .. - ' i', -n-
: 7 r"':
Vty yio CsII U
Beeause we go to Bohemia every year and personally select our supply of Hops from tha Best Hop Producing
Districts of that little oountry, which grows the finest quality of Bops In all tha world.' And because.
It . promotes
(AND ILtlWMBIIK) .-
Health and Good Cheer Stimulates tha Heart and Brain;
, , Without Excess and no Headache in the Morning.
'.A. D. 0.;:St.:LCs:ii Dchtrah'n, t!imMTh3 f.r.:rS::n Crcv.C:.f Cf. r
nOTHCHILD CnOTKinS. .ClsisSsrt,'. : S.3 c-3 ZZ r;:r'.h U:zl r
"1 Ctt'd Caly mi i- L-nzr:zry . v . L:
pay your west aid gma
Positively the last day