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THE OREGON - DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, - JULY 0. i::7.
IIEVJ ' JAPANESE IMPORTS
FANCY HAND LUNCH and LUNCH BASKETS. assorted
. straw. style and color, 25 to. ............ .
PORCH CUSHIONS of imported raffia, pUin and rt de-;
ig-ns, erviceble and handsome. ............v' BO ;
FANCY CHIP. FANS. .:;,.;........;.... V Of, .
Never, shown here before.. - - . - ;
FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS, in silk. doen....;.....0 '
Am evmiicir,, tshl
These rood are displayed in
Complete toclc on fourth floor,
Water Wings Are Saving
EYES THAT ACHE
Eye that blink in the biasing
nrntection. Our Sun Glascet are
you need. Pair. - t t
, "Whej your eye hurt, when the
cat Department.. Courteous, skilled attention at reasonable
' prices.. v,.:- . ,
A FuJ lineof GARDEN HOSE
Strong, well- made, good material, adjustable nozzle and
couplings free "with every length. - --- 'i. , '
,.Aiull line of supplies, including Sprinklers, Nozzles, Hone
Reels and Easy Menders of every kind. A nozzle free with
every 50 feet of hose.- ..-' - . ;
White ' Crown Hose. , best Woodlark, . tf-in...7..f T.O
fluality-mader- guaranteed -
for 2 rears. ...... .$ia.OO
White Cotton, X-in...M
White Cotton. f4-in...4.50
Woodlark, tf-in:.:... e.OO '
We want your monthly ac
count Free delivery in city
Canadian money at full Value
00 TROUBLE 10
s Washington Bailway Com
t mission's Ihvestigatop
f " Ecports Besnlts. . "
1 COVERS TEN TOWNS
IN THE WHEAT BELT
Old Tariff Sheet to I7e Between O.
f R. A V, aid Great Northern. Idea.
' Ufled by IUilwax' Official En
? gineer omette Me Up( Tigmre
(BpmUI Dtapatr to Tlx lewaaL) ;
1 Olympta. Wuh., July . In th Joint
wheat rate Bearing, when raam4 Tee
terdar before U tat railread cem
I nlMion, th entir morning Mton waa
' given ever to th teatimoaV K.C
.Church, en ot th aalatant gtnr
, In th employ of . th. eommiaaloaw
t Mr. Church ha rently mad a p-
claj InvMtlgatlon ot eoodltion at r
, era! aaaUrn Waahlngton railroad aetata
whr It I deatred to eompol th rail
road g to connect thlr track. H tatl
' fled a to auch eondltiona at th tawtia
of Connell. Waverlr. Roll, Thonv
ton. OakMdal. Colfax. PaJoua. PulH
maji. Oarflald and Farmtnrton. H
producod- blue prlnta, akatohoa .- and
pnotograpn to anow max nr ara no
difficult! to be encountered in mk-
- inir phyalcal connection between, th
roM tni ran into uion towna. ini
railroads interested are the Orego Rail
' road At Navieatlon oomnanr. tha North.
ern Pacific tnl tha Bpokan Inland,
tha laat named being; an electric road.
Mr. Church also teetlfled aa to tha cost
- 1- part-f the eaee- fop- ioi nt wheat
' rata, and for interchang of traffio
between th roads.
4 Old f otat Tariff In WtULmM. '
. " R." B.' If Tier, traffic manager of tha
O. R. at N., and H. M. Adame, who
. holds a aimllar position with tha Great
Northern, ware called for th purpose
' of being asked to produce and fdentlfy
- "Tor writ - th - history I
snoeav would b to- writ the
: history of civilization." . ,
' , .:; A shoe shoys a man's
standing more than any ,
other item of dress.
If your hat is shabby
you can remove it-r-part r
of the time at leastbut
your shoes are in evi
dence every moment of
the day.'1.. i
, Here are, shoes that "?
. will be a credit to your
appearance.. : ;
1C3 and ICS Third St'
Mchatvk Eld- . -
7 syrT-M-s. r"""vr"" 1.
nrnraf tl. "
our Foutrh treet vrrrdow.
out Kooro. ; . .. .
Thousands of lives : ..
Your child'caiTt drown
with. them. You can't
afford to rik a. pre--cious
life, for,;.,. 25?"
BATHING CAPS '
Columbiar'il - ittTrrrr.t.OO"
Columbia,. -in.......f 4.5ft
Oregon, fi-in......'...f 8.00
Semi-proof Red, -in. lO.OO "
numerous joint rata tariffs that hay
been In affect In th past between th
Great Northern and tha O. R. dt N. In
this state. Numeroua tariffs f this
kind war produced, and it developed
that from 1894 to 190S, whea th O. R.
aV N. and Great Northern were on
friendly terma and opposing tha North
ern Pacific, numerous joint tariffs war
In existence between th first two
named roads. A ir effort was made by
tha railroad attorneys to cross question
tha witnesses named In order to bring
out' statements - that - th Joint -tariffs
thua mada war not remuneratlva and
contrary to good railroad - polfosv, but
Chairman Falrchild ruled that thla Una
of cross-examination was improper at
thla tima.v tha witnesses having been
called merely to identify tha tariff
ahaeta for f Ulnar aa evidence In tb
case. . -
At the cJos of Mr. Adams' testimony,
H. P. Gillette, chief engineer for tha
railroad commission, took tha stand tn
tha railroad valuation hearing, and Oc
cupied tha remainder of tha day.
Mr. Gillette submitted a great mass
of typewritten figures, and computa
tion a, showing equipment cost or th
Great . Northern. Oregon Railroad A
Navigation company, and Northern Pa
cine railroad llnea of thla state. Prac
tically everything except right-of-way
and motive- power-jwa Included In th
Qgures ha submitted. -
Admiral Bnrwell Commends
Shifting of Battleship
. Fleet. .
1 Taa IisrastJ
Seattle, July t Th transfer of th
battleship fleet to th Pacific la enthu-
Maatlrally approved by Admiral W. T,
BurweU, commandant ef the Puget
Sound navy yard.
In th interests of peace," said tha
admiral, "both the Atlantlo and Pacific
coasts should b guarded by adequate
battleship Xla. a4 laaat tl of them to
each coast The transfer of . the
battleship , fleet to the Paclflo ia the
moat important action of th navy board
In roent time. Th wisdom of the
move cannot be questioned. - , The de
cision to mak tha transfer eould not
bars been -mada without the. most ma
ture deliberation and careful considera
tion aad its serious Importance can bet
tr be understood when there Is. taken
Into consideration the Immense pressure
brought to boar to keeD th ahloa on th
My indorsement or tn transfer waa
expressed in in memoranda wnion
mad to congress laat year. Therein
advocated Just such action en the part
or tn board ana aaviseq mat tna trans
fer be mad at one and not ba delayed
until wa war In controversy with some
othsr nation, for tha reaaon that a
transfer under such condition might
prove embarrasssing to diplomatic rela
tione. . Such a condition confronts us
now. but I era aura that tn matter can
B ecoompnaneo: witnoui mciion.
"1 am also arlad to concur in the o1.
Ion of Admiral Dewey that it la beat at
thla time to have our battleship fleet
on tha Paclflo coast, sine we hav not
enough ships to man ootn coasts.
"Admiral uurweu ooea noi concur in
th opinion thst It will take a year or
1 months to mak th transfer, out be
lieve that the entir fleet should be In
th Paclflo In. three month."
ssjai ss T .
Xotic6 tollt: Taborites I
Wa want ta nut five Dlanos In Mount
Tabor homes at a merely nominal figure
to demonstrate their value. . Apply at
once. Reed-Ftenon nana eampajiy,
Sixth and Burnalda.
Don't fan ta rV Vouf west sld ga
bill tomorrow. Posilivaly the. last day
ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP
RACE TRACK MAGNATE
Usarael aaedal Hemes.) ' , V'V
Chicago, July. . Dynamlt waa
lanted under th home of John Con
don, th racetrack magnate, last night
end attempt mada to blow th place
up. A hoi seven feet la diameter was
f law" In th floor but gio one ws In-
i " iC " "a me receni rgnt na
tween the Western Jockey elun and
Turf association. . , 1
aad' Baa Va
Pfertesa trunk Co.. rn'anu
facturers travelers' needa its Third at
- r - iwr -mwm mne gaa
Sf,iiou,nt.ow,' Po,,"Y'lr th "Vr
.,!rTtrT anook Oaanad Saoa.
, Allen LwUr fit iirand.
AT PRICESWHICH WILLrMAKE TRADE THESE WARM
- DAYS. "MANUFACTURERS HAVE ADVANCED
- PRICES, BUT WE'VE LOWERED THEM
'". r""'-, -':'."
. C . Dozen 10Q Rolls .
-NERO", rolls'. . .... .V. ..... -
"ONEIDA' rolls.,,. .j,
"SANATAS," rolls ..Vr;;.'..
"WOODLARK,; rolls 90c . $6.30
"MT. HOOD" . . ViTT . . . . .$1.08 I $7.65
'DELTA," squares . . i V. . t A f: 90c ; 'i $7.70l
"KLONDIKE," squares : 1 . 96c , $6,40
"HANDIFOLD," squares, to close out; 5c;
regular, 15c ' ; '
r OUR PAPERS ARE GOOD STbCK, : FULL- COUNT AND ECONOMICAL
i Boarding-houses, Hotels,
C. E. STORMED
They Will Try to Get the Big
iConTention at Seattle
r t ; on Record.
FROM CHICAGO COMES
; A ZEALOUS ADVOCATE
Mia Mattle Ingalla CarHe Bet oi
BelntJoiiawShe Think She Can
Manage Anj Preaidlng Officer C,
K. (Secret arjr 87 Kajr. -
.(Ipselal Dwsateh t .The Jearasl)
Seattle. July I. Though It ha been
maintained, that tha Christian Kndeavor
I not aonoerned In poUUca, aa effort
will b mad to hav th International
oonventlon. which open in thla dty this
week, go on record in favor of woman
Miss Mettle lngall,' who arrived la
Seattle a few day ago front Chicago aa
a duly accredited representative of th
First Congregational church of that elty,
ha prepared a eat of resolutions which
ah will endeavor to get before the con
vention. They recite bw the women of
th country have been unjustly deprived
of that equality to wbich ther are Justly
entitled by light of Intellectual attain
ment and other considerations and de
mand from congress and all of the men
of tha land who are entitled to vote that
th matter be remedied.
Miss Ingalla says she learned her les
son at tha 'feat of Susan B. Anthony
and has bean In tha ranks of tha fight
ers for woman suffrage aver since ah
wa old enough to fight for anything.
She is willing to admit that her fighting
daya hav not been very long, for Hiss
lngall 1 young ana nrmingy
Secretary Sava la VoUtle. '
Miss Ingalla insist that, if the chair
man rules ner resolution oui ox orner
she will appeal to tha delegates. She
understands parliamentary practice, aha
says, ana Knows now 10 squeioa ava un
reasonable chairman. She has not been
one of the members of leading Chicago
elub for nothing. 4
Carl H. Reeves, secretary of the gen
eral committee, says the - matter of
women's right will not be discussed by
tha convention. . -
Preparations are complete for the big
convention. - Tonight the oratorio, Th
Messiah." will be given in the big tent.
Delegation are arriving and many are
on me- ground
Althouch it la a Christian convention
the Dollca are erenartng to give warm
welcome to certain persons ef unchris
tian proclivities who are expected. At
previous conventions. It I stated, pick
pockets have been In evidence, and every
precaution will be taken to guard
against thalr depredations.
. Live on Broadway?
The Reed-French Plan oomoany will
place a piano In your home lust to
demonstrat to your neighbor that It'
a suoerior Instrument at lesa than, east
ern factory prices. See them at once.
Sixth and Burnalda..
COMMISSIONER NEILL r
" STARTS FOR BAY CITY
- '-' , (Jearntl Special Berviee.)
Chicago, July . Determined to end
the telegraphers' strike if such A thing
I possible, Commissioner of Labor Nelll
haa started for the scene of tha trouble,
San Francisco, accompanied by. Kooen
kamp. Reldy and Sullivan, members of
the International executive board of
telegraphers. At San Francisco Mr.
Nelll believe h caa do more than at
Chicago and will also be able to hold
dally conferences with president Small
of the telegraphers union.
; Important to Sunnyside.
We will deliver five Dlanos tn flvw
oiinnysiae nomen at - purely nominal
ftguree on your promise to tall your
friends where your piano came from.
Apply early tomorrow morning. Raad
Prench Piano comoanv. Sixth and Sum.
1 i -.
lllplinger Report Tomorrow. , '
' (aeeeul tnepetck te The ImtmL)
Seattle. Wash., July S. The renort
Of E. a. Shorrock Co., the expert
who hav been investigating the ao
counta of John Rlplingsr. the former
city comptroller who la now In Hondu
ras, win present ' tneir report tomorrow
and tha exact amount of RlDllnaer'a
shortage will be known. It Is esti
mated that it will be between I0,l0
33c . $2.60
42c I $3.15
Office Bldgs., Can Save Money at All Times With ,Us
iiakes the skin like you want its
: Does it In & Bosent. . ' .
, ' Hagan's
A liquid preparation for Face,
, . - . Neck, Arns and Hands.
Zt is neither sticky nor greasy.
' It's haraless,' elean : ' -and
Cannot be detected.
, . Two colors Pink and White...
Use it morning noon ;'and night,
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall. -
; SAlff LET FREE. 7 "
troa lin, Co., 44 . Fifth it., BrooUya, M.T,
Be honest about it Admit'
that you have been missing a
good thing-..:;. '
You've been' paving your
"exclusive" tailor two prices
"and. you could have had;
the very same high class fab-
rics and fine work here for a'
third or a quarter less very -
likely our productions would
have, been .better into the -'
bargain. V : C
Perhaps you've been buy
ing ready-made clothes,'
' made to fit a model, and sold '
to any man who happened to .
come along, and you've been "
persuaded z to really ' think ?
you've been getting stylish ,
attire, ' . ; !r .
YouH find Columbia tail--bring
better and less expert-""
sive than any proposition in -the
garment line to be found
in . Portland today or to
morrow of any other day.
Just now, we're making an
extra pair of trousers free
with every " suit " costing -$22.50
or more. ; We'd like
to have you come in on this .
, special mid-season offer. , ,
, GRANT PHEQLEY, Manat;r
SEVENTH A3 STACK STS.
1 j iw -anjooi
FREE . FREE
With every dozen
rolls of .toilet pa-;
per we give , one
without ;. extra;
charge during this
your orders. We
deliver free to all
.parts of thedty;
i You are "welcome to
' '.jLm.m .".
partment. woemDarrassing conditions. No red
tape; your wora xnat
asked, - Pick but your
. small cash payment,
For the finest Summer Suit in the house. We are
; prepared to- fit any shape,, at. prices to fit any .
; purse, -f - : ";-;7'-:1; v j r.-'::-
.-; We carry only standard gopd and sell 'them on-
" - the closest possible margin of profit. We charge '
;you no'interest on time accounts. V: v "
See that you get
snouia you want iq return same., xpis is one way to protect yourself
' from some unscrupulous dealers. , ' v; :'--f ;. .'v y;';,:TV 7 C .v
. The Safest Way
7 Come to us. Our stock of diamonds' is the largest in the city. our.
prices are far below those of any other jeweler.! Call 'and examine bur
stock; compare our prices, see how; much.more' value we give you for
your money. .; ;, ':- ' -' ' '' ' . O'-'", '. : ., -' .'.;':
f Our Eas
Makes it easy to buy and easy to pay for the gem we all love best.
1: We charge no more than were you -to pay cash. -We- refund your
money less 10 per cent the cash purchasing price on any diamond
bought from us. "-z : - ' .v.'
MARX & BLOCH
Largest Diamond Dealers In Oregon 74 Third St., Near Oak !
." Blades, set, BO
Try on a week, and
get your money if it
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"1 Pintaf f a . 5 0
- Th rich - fruity product ; of .Concord
. .'; grapes; pure, healthful and refreshing. , , ,
credit in our Clothinfir De- r"
..::. !f -
fig conditions. No red ' ;
i vwU'paiy is all thats
lit tomorrow,' make ar - t -
a guarantee as toi even quality, weight and cash value,
, V Mill:'
Thes Spirit Cas Alcohol , Stove f
Th hottest heat and the safest stove
vr made.. '
DENATURED ALCOHOL., special
giion , , . . .. . , . . . . . . . . .; . . ,f l.oo-
Our price includes container.' ' ' '
Do your ordering by phone,'
private e. 11; Home,' A-l 139.
100 -aalesmen - to fill- ordert
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