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rilS OPyEGO?! DAILY JOURUAU PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 0.. 1D07.
THE! ' JOURNAL AT RESORTS
Subscribers cut liar The Journal d-
trad at tha regular retee at me 101-
runrla h notifying the SCCntS
.at Tho varloua places mentioned, . slub-
aetiptlona by mail ara payable In ad'
Oeerhart Park. ....... . . ., .P. J. Struck
Hot Lake. Hot take Sanitarium
Beaalde., ........... .Iwla A Co.
WUholt Springs. T. W. McLeran
...... J WASHlNOTQE80RTS-
ftrmn flnHnn . .-.
Boyd Son and Mineral Spring Hotel
Cascade Spring.. ...... Thomas Moffett
j oinns Bprings.
Marshall Pottang-ar and O. A. Smith
Nahootta H. J. Brown
Ooaaa Park. ....Stewart Taylor
Dan EJ. Barbey and Frank E. Struha
The iJreakexs.....,The Breakers Hotel
t . . KiAUH luuto
Marouara Qrehd.....,.."Tae Sorcereee"
urana .. ., vaudeville
U. V t P
oarUne, Plret and AMar
ansnt organisation of the Porf
Cad Rose Festival society will be. ef
fected tonight at a m acting- to be held
at I o'clock In room' lit Bwetland build
in, r The articles, of Incorporation,
which- were filed with, the- secretary
of state, some days agod hare been re.
lurnea,. ana ail mat remains to ba dona
i la the election of of floer and . the adop
tion of by-law. . No names have been
mentioned - for the presidency, but It
Is considered almost a certainty that
. ' s W. Howe will be reelected on account
of the ruccess ha made of thla year's
carnival. Headquarters of the asaocla
- tlon will remain In room ttt Bwetland
building-, Mr. Bwetland havtna; donated
the us ot the. room rant free for one
year. . ,v.
. Texpayerg. and-voters .oMtlwaukla
- ..; believe that their town te an object of
t. the evil practice of ' discrimination
. , broug-ht about thla Uma .br tha. Port
land Railway, Light ft Power company
- , againet Mllweukie and In favor of St
' . Johns. Iyants and other points located
farther from the central part of the!
oity of Portland than their town. A
council ana it eitisens, nearly tha whole
-ruling- irengtn or ine place, has t
. presented to the state railroad comr
"1". asking that the 10-nt fare ba
annsnea ana a e-cenl far bo subttl
-r There will ba an echo meeting- and re
eeptlon to delegates who attended the
' . '" sixteenth International convention of tha
Baptist Young People's union, which
... J" closed at Spokane. Washington this
evening at 8 o'clock at tha White Tem
, pie. Twelfth and Taylor streets. All
young people of the city" are cordially
invited to attend. Soma of tha speakers
i uie convention will ba present and
wui apeaa, ounces- mem Demr tier. U.
I Uwi, D. D Rar. Oenrg-e T. Webb.
field secretary of the Baptist Young
jravyiwB viua si America, ana otners.
. v Examinations to secure ellglbles from
, whloh to make certification to fill va
cancies In tha positions bars anaounoad
win ,oa neia on tha foUowlna- dates
Clerk (male), aalary from 0a to $1,109.
-xn n Duraau, of trade ralatlnna, dnpart-
raw, iuy si; aasistant is dry
land agriculture (male, salary from
, l0fl to $1,000, in bureau of plant in-
-T-austry.- department - ot agrlcolturet-Au.
. curuiar - laiormaiioo may . be
.secured, fmrn the ma r brad-
"reealnir the civil service aommlsslon
etfc- t iiingwo. ... . -st...- , . ,-
FLOOR WAS SO ROTTEN TEACHER
: BROKE THROUGH IT ONE DAY
irg a fact." said X"A. Eastman, sac
ratary of tha Mount Tabor Improve
ment aaaoclatlon, this morning, "the
Boors 4n the Wast avenue publle school
building on Mount Tabor are so rotten
that a teacher broke through one day
last winter. She did not fall to tha
basement, but it a wonder."
At a meeting of the association last
Bight a report was presented ehowlng
a moat neglected condition about the
school building. The - grounds have
been allowed to run down; the basement
is- full of water most of the year; the
desks will no longer remain screwed
to the floor becanas the floor has de
cayed. Tha report also recited that
sanitation is poor and, an abeolute man.
ace to the tieaitn, 01 pupus.
A communication waa received from
the Mount Tabor Home Training circle
declaring that the ' school building
should be condemned and a new on
erected. A committee waa appointed
to further Investigate and see what can
be done toward securing another site.
Tha committee consists of P. P. Dab
ney. A. E. Jackson and W. H, Gren-
It-was decided - to- devote - tha- tloe
won by tha float entered In the rose
show to future prices .to be given In
local rose shows. It ls tha plan to en.
courage Jhe growing of rosea on Mount
Tun ... 1
the steamer June TT t. Mnnrti allva
wii. m ui accident A. A.ewis,
second engineer, received Injuries which
resulted In his death, hut nllhraath mrnm
Zaa Marx, who waa severely Inlured
in a runaway' accident elx weeks
ago, la able to leave the hospital and
Is now at home at 471 Main street.
Mr-. Marx and a nartv.sf frlxnda ware
out driving on the Linn ton road when
the horses wars frlrhtanad at a. naaalna-
Freight and. ham ra dlraot.tn ftiati.
tauaua. Frelkht ear laavaa Cl W P.
depot. East Water- street and Hawthore
avenue, aaiiy, except bunqey..a,t )9 a. m.
Steamer-less Harkina. for Tamaa.
Waahousal and wav land in as. dailv a
wpi Dunasy. Avemvss wasnini
dock. J p. m. -.-. -
r. r. f.
to 10, :0 to .
Tel. stain JtJ.
exonrelon, ' Can em ah park,
p. m. ISe paya the bill.
Allen d ICnshlnn Komfart ahnea m
worn oy tcese wno oesira nanaet aom,
tort 406 Morrison at.
Woman's) Exohanga. Its Tenth street.
luncn ii to ouainasa men s luncn.
i Aeme Oil Go. Mile the beet asfety eoal
oil and fine gasoline. Phone IBast tit.
R V. Moore, expert bhotngranher.
Elks' building. Seventh and: Stark eta.
Perfect fitting eye glasses. 11.00. Dr.
a X Mills, 111 Sixth, near Washington.
; . Resident In the vicinity of .Twenty
- third and Lovejoy streets .' made life
miserable for nearly every publlo of ft
. eiai in town, from Mayor Lane down
. . to tha city scavenger, yesterday because
a dead horse waa not immediately re
moved.. The horse belonged to the
. Union IAundry company and was killed.
"j m runaway xuutan vendors wagon
about noon. The matter was entirely
' "i la the hands of the etreet cleaning da
i partment and protectants were directed
: there for relief. The carcass was re
moved tola morning.
A movement hag been started by the
eltlaeag of Center addition to open alx
. s trevt east on the Ladd farm -adjoining
Wlberg lane. A petition has been
- framed up by pitopert owners and it
will be presented to the council at an
early meeting, ft la the plan to open
T,, . T,? . ln" mT ao that cantor
addition will have room In which to
, pand. The Canter Addition Improve
ment olub la behind the movement
tone Park, fare, Si cente round trip.
Tlcketa must be Purchased. On 'sals in
waiting rooms. First and Alder streets
and East "Water etreet and Hawthorne
avenue. Take Oregon City cars, leave
Alder street, between First snd Second
streets, 7:15 a. m. and every St minutes
ae mm uuuuuing p. m.
Co- 151 Btaxi
Dr. Wetherbee returned, til Sfarquam,
Dr. E. C Brown, Eye-Ear. Marquam.
D. Chambers, optician, IIS Berentb, .
' Bsrger signs 214 TamhUl-phoni
Bark Toalo for rheumatism. ..
( Beck Jewaler-llOB Alder.
Klser." Seenlo photoa. " Imperial hotaL'
AT THE STOCK
Portland Presbyterians Ten
der Banquet to Editor Best
v and Von Ogden Vogt
Portland and vicinity assembled ' In the
rooms of the Commercial club laat night
to attend a banquet given by the Prea
byterlan r. Brotherhood of , Portland ' li
honor of Nolan Rlea Beat of Chicago,
editor of the Interior,-and Von Ogdea
vogt, aecretary or uie national i-rasey
Robert Livingstone acted - as toast-
master. A number of Interesting ad
dresses were made by local laymen and
ministers, in addition to the nighiy en
tertaining, ana instrti
the guests of honor.
Ai expuunea cy several or tne apeaa-
ere, -one- ef-he main-objects-of the
gathering waa to Improve the "esprit de
corps" of ths - Portland Presbyterian
Brotherhood. Presbyterian from all
waika or lira and from each of tha 11
churches in the Portland Presbytery
were present. tar. von ugosn vogt
oaiiea attention to tne race met
world-wide movement la en to brtna-
woui i closer unity, among rreoy
terlana, and - that last night's - meeting
was but a typical manifestation of that
Attention was aiso directed tn a. re
cent resolution ox the Portland Fresb:
tery agreeing to .maintain tha II
cnurenea belonging to the organisation
without further assistance from tha
The zVDl Dm a-ram af the avanliia nl.
- 'The Portland Spirit," John - F, Car.
roll: sonr. Fred Butler; "r.har!t That
Begins at Home," RevA.. S. jJlchols;
The Little Ik CnllaM" Dw J n
Wilson. D. D.; song, Fred Butler; "Pres.
byterlanlam,' Wallace MoCamant; "Aa
sembly Echoes," O. M. Scott; "The Pres
byterian Brotherhood Von Ogden Vogt;
"The Forthcoming War" Vnlan ni.
Tomorrow Mr. Beat will be enter
tained by a trip to Seaside, and Thurs
day he will go. up the Columbia, to Cas
cade Look and return.
Special rata to Chautauqua, SI cents
round trip, take Oregon Clay care, direct
to Gladstone Park, everv II mlnutea from
TjlJ a. in- leave Alder street, between
First and Second streets. Tickets muat
purenssea. un sale in waiting rooms.
. KTlili.t.'tr thi lMt time this week, and .he gfve.
T!SW ... Water-) araltahla MrfnrmiiiM Tt,.
and Hawthorne avenue.
A few of those Chatham Standard In-
snbators left, the kind that hatches
very fertile egg. ISO and S40 eggs ca
pacity, and as Tons; as they last a 10
- egg slse for only .o. Do you want
oner -aii or write, oeo. W. Foott, 111
ami amsoQ suwat, oruana.
; water through hoes for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks or washing porches
or windows muat ba paid for in advance
ana usea oniy Between the hours of
and a. ax. and I and p. m. It
jriuai. in am uaa ror sprinsimg streets.
If , oootrary to these rules, or
.wyur, i wui oe anui ori.
Tbellasama, Outing to Mount Jeffer-
. Membership In the
Son. July It to l.
SJif . -"fT to join the party.
PomI,.'.t V! ot tr' . Headquar-
jnrormaaon has . been received tn
Portland that James Qllbreath, chief
engine the stearn.r Tacoma, who
wmm w u aociaent on
Fof lucrativo positlona in ths
Union Laundry. , Oar Ironera
make $10 to S12 per week, snd
nrVther work pays equally wclL
our building, and thla additional
"help Is totctsaary at" once. ,
SECOMD AND COLUMBIA
Telephone Main 398.
t.:'S;'...:VVtmh,..i the Star.
In the play "Utah," offered yesterday
at the Star, . the author has found
them of great popular Interest and one
of 'great dramatic power. - Thar are ao
many elements of romance connected
with the Mormons Of that state that It
la a pro! I no field for-wrltere.
' The Tilav deals wit Ti tha nimwi mnA
Tmisfdrtunes of polygamy and" the story
is inai ot Jjaoiei ecrong, an uprignt
young man. wno is rorced into orison
through the wiles ot the father of hie
sweetheart. However, he la eventually
aiven sub uoercy ana secures nis vindi
cation. He also secures ths' girl from
whom the father Is trying to separata
Miss Margaret Pitt, the popular lead
ing woman or ine arar company,
the part of r ana Ftroum, the young
man sweetheart, and her portrayal of
the character la an excellent niece of
acting. Raymond Whlttaker. tha lead
lng man, plays opposite to hsr aa Pants
Strong and he makes ths most of ths
excellent opportunity of his part. Other
member of the company appear to good
advantage, ana tne piece te aruauoauy
produced. . -
"Utah" will be the blU at the Star
tor toe enure ween.
The Man From the West' at Lyric.
"The Man From the Weat" ia . the
name ot the play that ia being produced
by the Alien stock company at the Lyric
this week.- tit was given its first pro
duction yesterday and pleased a lara-e
audience. - , -
Tha etorv deals with tha unwritten
law and is or deep human interest. Ths
principal euaraeter is- a Texaa cattle
klnr. who la seoarated from his -wife
and family through the villainy of a
false friend. After years of separation
he la united to thoee be loves through
the efforts of his daughter and the
mis xrlend paya vie penalty of his per
fidy. . - .
The east la a strong one and gives an
the Individual members of . tha Allen
company excellent opportunities, - Miss,
Josephine Deffrey Is appeartna- as lead.
ing woman c the Allen company for
moat creditable performance. The play
la one of tne best offered at -the Lyric
tnie summer ana is sure to meet with
popularity, - It will be the bill for the
AT THE VAUDEVIXLE
There waa a bill at the Grand theatre
last week which eeemed to be about
aa good aa could be offered In vaude
ville. However, there la a doubt about
Its superiority over ths one that was
offered yesterday and will run for the
remainder or tne week. The perform
ances pleased largs audiences yester
day and will , likely continue to do so.
he ton-Una feature thla' weak la
Charles Carter, a meaiclan of rare
ability. He claims -to, have mattered
the secrets of the Togl, but whether he
haa or not ho has enough tricks to
myatixy most any audience. The next
most Important feature, according to
the bin is Abigail rooe, who deserves
tns title or physic marvel. There le
similarity between the two acts in
that titer are or a mystical character.
- "A Sage-bvush Widow,"- is the name
or tne comedy playlet produced bv
josepn ana Mra uowiing, wno are
both clever performer. The act Is well
received, i ne saetcn entitled -a Stolen
Kid.' by Gavin, Piatt and Peaches Is
another that won Instant popularity.
Peaches, bv the way, ia a bulldog, but a
very intelligent actor.
IMPORTANT COUNCIL T
; ON FOREST QUESTION
' '(Special Mid tea te Tb Jouraai.)
Olympta. Wash.. July . The com
mittee appointed by tha last state legis
lature to discuss with the national ad
ministration the question of foreet re
serves in this, state, will have a meetlna
at the Butler hotel In Seattle Wedne.
day evening with Sacretary of the In
terior Oarflald. Lund Commissioner Ral-
Hnser and Foreet Commlaeloner Plnchot.
Tne state committee connate of At
torney General Atkinson, I .and Commis
sioner Ron, Senators Kline and Ander
son and ReDresentetlvaa HoaaA and i
AT-THE THEATRES ,
ALONG GRAND AYENUE
Traction Company Baa No Excuse
Longer With Regard to Failure
of Material DeUreiy. V.
- : a
' Heavy seven-Inch steal rails, grooved,
nave at last been, distributed along
Grand avenue from Hawthorne avenue
to the fill between East Stark and East
Oak etreeta preparatory to the paving
of, that thoroughfare. Business man
and residents Interested In the improve
ment are very anxious to see the work
IlV at ?,ne Tn" MT haa been long
During the winter It was repeatedly
asserted that work on paving Grand
avenue would proceed at once as soon
a pleaaant weather arrived In the
spring. The summer 1s nearly half
passed and still no steps have been
taken to expedite Improvement. The
patience of Grand avenue-bualaees men
,SkprorrJT..ownr aivlng out.
Ths inability of the street railway
company to get material has been of
fered as ths delay. The contract haa
been let for nearly a year. ,
It Is Impossible to sweep ths street
The big power brooms would tear tha
old Planks te pieces. In winter a slushy
mud eovsrs the thoroughfare from ourb
to curb.- A few months ago the gas
and telephpne companies tore up the
planke to put down maing two or three
different times. . - .
Don't fall to pay your west side gag
bill tomorrow. Positively the last day
; Toua xrro . ''
Is out of order. Tou go to bed in a
bad humor snd get up with a bad taste
In your mouth. Tou want something
to stimulate your liver. Just try Her
bine, ths liver resulator. . A nn.m
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver . complaints. Mrs. .. Port
Worth, Texas, writes t , - 7 , "
"Have used Herbine In my family for
yeara, Worda can't axpreaa - what -1
think about it. Everybody In my house
hold sre happy and well, and we owe It
to Herbine.'' Sold by all druggists.
Wise Oouasel Prom the Bomta.
T want to give some valuable advice
to those who suffer with lame back and
kidney trouble '' says J. R. blanken
ahlp of Beck, Tenn. "I have proved to
an abolut certainty that Electrlo Bit
ters vlll positively euro this distress
ing eondltfoo, Tha first bottle gave me
great relief and after taking s few
more bottles I was completely cured; ao
completely that It become a pleasure
to recommend this great remedy.". Sold
under guarantee at . Red Cross Phar
macy. Pries 10c I
' gas-tag Aids Stre, Between, -
, - rirse and Second. .
TXQaTmrO TH.B BXXT TTST"
' tf you eat the right kind of gneee tn
wmrav wee that you will enjoy it, It will
so arlsh yon and keep up yoar streagtk.
There is nothing mora delicious than a
meat Jelly i aad what tastes better haa
sold siloed beef 7 OooK tn
slowly aad serve them skilled.
Soup Meat at Smith'e ......... .... .24
Beef to Boll at Smith'e a.. . 5c?
Shortrlbs Beef at Smith's
Smith'a Brisket Beef . . . ...... 4
Smith's Brisket Pot Roasts ..44
Smith'e Shoulder Roast Beet ......fe
Smith's Pot Roasts 7
Fancy Prime Rib Boast Beef at
Rolled Rib Roasts of Beef, Smith's 104
AN EILER3 DEMONSTRATION OF UNUSUAL VALUES
THAT IS A DEMONSTRATION WORTH WHILE .
, SAVING TO SIXTEEN BUYERS OF
- NEARLY $2,50a
Carload of Fine Baui Pianos Come Through From Factory With
Cases Somewhat Marred ia Shipment, and Instead of Repair- ,
ing Them First and Selling Them Afterward, Eilera
Will Sell-Them First on a Square-Deal Basis,
- -l at a Radical Reduction, -and Repair
.'"TT"r ' Thero.''AfteniirardaV---' ; ;:
It the first ''rcporV' of our
12 dozen Fine' Split Straw Stiff Brim Sailors at
They Won't Last Long Better Hurry.
- a- if I It
311 MORRISON STREQT
OPP. POSTOFPICK t -
Nance O'Nell at Marqtuun. 1
JFew aotreasea or players ever created
auch a sensation in Portland as' Miss
Nance O'Nell ia TPh, Boroeresa' laat
night Aa Immense audience was capti
vated and the star waa glvan aa ova
tion. , u ne piece is magnificently staged.
J ne borceress" will bo repeated - to-
nignt, tomorrow afternoon and night;
V J (."Utah- a Hit. -
When the stock company at the Star
presented "Utah" last, night for the
flret time it made a hit. There is spa-
wot KQiisri in pivnir ana me niav waa
attractively mounted. Matinees will be
given inursaay, eaturaay and Sunday,
Another Grand Sacceea. -
The bill at the Grand thla week le
meeting expectations of patrons. Tha
headline act of Charles Carter, a ma
gician, Is something unique and hi
trtolra M mamI ..J mam . , , , I
''Honey Boy." the new eaatern anna- kit.
ia iuh uf riu i uompson.
, " Sailors at the Oaks.' .
8allors from the cruiser Charleeton
now- in pert will appear as mllnstrel
Performers at the Oaka. bearinnina tn.
night.; The sailors ara endeavorlna- to
raise funds for a llbrarr. Everv munr.
ater will be Interested In the announce
ment inai uon carlo's dog show will be
a, iiweiuuuoii next ween.
v '; Great Lyrle Hit, T -
In "The Man Prom" the" Wesfth
Allen stock oompany la scoring a hit at
the Lyric. It Is a breesy drama1 of the
i run iiar ana mingles aa venture, ro.
maaog and pathoa In delightful propor
tion a. It Is full of action, and la Inter.
nun g m tne extreme - , ,
Potter Schedule for the
Beach This Week. -
Tha aalllna? anhedtila, jf tha u..
x-oiier tnia weaa rrom Portland, A ah
sireei oock, is aa roiiows: Wednesday
t a. m. ; Thnradav, T a. m i Friday, f .ti
a. m.: Saturday, t a. m. Oat tinkate i
make reservatlona at elty ticket office,
ana rtaeningion stroets. v. W.
DAuiger, cur iicsei agenK.-
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank manv friamta Sana.
eially the Modern Woodmen, Odd) Fel
low and the Rebekahs. for their aym
pathy shown us in our lata bereavement
dear one. Mrs.
Kmma Weeks, Mrs. Jane Weeks. W. D.
weeas, - -
Colonel William Parsons, formerlv nt
renaieton, wno na oeen zor ' several
years connected with tha educational
ytem in the Philippine Islanda, arrived
In Portland Sunday to meet his famllv.
lite son, wininm u. farsona, is a cao-
Portland Heights Folks i '
Tha first five satisfactory applicants
tomorrow will be given a Piano aDto
delivered In the home at a - merely
nominal price la order to acquaint
Portland Heighta more fully with our
superior pianos and methods of selllna-.
Call any hour and make - application.
Reed-French Piano oompany, Slsth and
Don't fall to tae
bill tomorrow. ., Pool
it side a-aa
ty the laat day
. .What do yoi think of a
t e a that ' returns : your
money if you don't like it?
Tear grocer ntaras rest sjeeey U tea aea't
A aauara deal Is tha heat nollov. Tha t
in policy ox cnera nuo nousa.
And that ia .the baale upon which the
special aale of Baua piano is being held
thla week at Kllera. It la a souraa of
satisfaction, when one ia buying any
article and eapeolally a piano to know
all tha "Ins and out" And that lw
one or tne reasons why tns piano seeker
is aaie in ouying at tillers, because
every piano ia sold strictly upon its
merits, and is represented exactly aa
ii is. , -
This week a carload of the well-known
Baua pianos are being aold at a radical
sacrlflce. These planoa were ahlpped
in naraess or. in omer woras. un
boxed, under the modern method adopted
by the House of Kllers, whereby the ex
pense of boxea is done away with.' c
saving in space In the ear effected and
a reduction of freight accomplished by
reason -or ue weignc or ooxes Being
eliminated. Not only thla, but thla
method enables shipping twe or three
more pianos in m oar. ;
bOXSWT OTTS9 HAPPWr.
This particular car of
was imDroDeriv 'liarnesssd
between the Instruments became loose-
ana tha pianos rubbed and bumped to-
i"nr. iow, any one anows wnat
sensitive - finish there Is on a piano
how easily it mars and scratches and
it Is easy to appreciate that a very little
jolting oz one piano against another
wouia create serious aamage. That waa
what haooened to the Baua olanoa.
They reached us In Imperfect condition.
Some are hardly damaged at all; others
will need qu,t a little reflnlehtng. -
But instead of - onttlns- them all
through our shop first and selling them
afterward, we propose to sell them first
and reflnlah them later. - The railroad
and the factory have shouldered the re
sponsibility for tho damage, and have
allowed ua a liberal concession for the
marred appearance of the Instruments.
and thla allowanoe we have deducted
rrom the selling price and every piano
In the lot haa been marked down to a
figure that will move It aulcklr. The
damage in every case la confined to the1
outside of the Instrument. Not one has I
been injured so far aa the action or into-1
rlor ia concerned. Musical qualities will I
oo xuity guaranteed. - . r -
". bi pmxca Btrrnxinroa. ' ' -
Regularly these planoa would sell In
an ordinary retail way for IS50 and
$17S, but we have - eliminated practi
cally all profits. In addition to tho al
lowanoe for the marring, and now offer moat beautiful place ia the elty.
meee .nnramtnu xor siiD, (17 ana
correspondingly reduced figures, depend-.!
ing upon oonaiuon. we win eell them
On a baala to move them quickly, aa w
do-not ears to have imperfect pianos on
our floora A small first paymant and
moderate monthly amounts will secure
any one of tnem. , The- nacesssry repair
work will be dona at actual cost, and
when the Instruments aro delivered to
the purchasers no one will ever be able
to oetect a trace or their mishap. In-
TUWtDAT, TaTTaS9AT, AttTBDAT.
. . '
Why swelter In the heat? Take a
oar ride out to the highest, eooleet and
deed, many firms would put these pianos
tnrougn ins snop i
shop and sell them aa por
tents. But wa prefer to
give our patron a square deal and a
bargain. Bargalna hslp to advertlae ua.
and every purchaser during this sale
will be well enough pleased to oav
friendly word for us when the chance
onera. , ,5
-aTOT PO BMIAlXJTT.-
Baus pianos are excellent instruments.'
We've aold them for a long time eold
a great many of them. There are many
right here in Portland. They'll stand
- r Phono Main .)
TOXian Aim WBorafDiT BIOatT,
NANCB O'NQIL .
--awagrsi aMavtrgnugeM.' ' -
PKICSS.. ,tc, toe. 7oaa4 fl.oa.
Laat half 'jwek. Tngomar.ta
euAT opxararfli juiB op tzoxbts
I'ncne aiaia .
Thi week the Allen Stock Company,
l.it.... rr...aa1akM rT W .. mm BB . a a JL m
aUUliw7vei a uvaruA r, uui euwi am UA uavj
the teat of a erlUoal oomparison. with " ?, .JTioea. loo. inc. Kvery eve.
... ..i. .. n,.i, ..i i nins at 1:11. 1'rioes. isc ine ana ioo.
any instrument at their coat.
to have any- intending piano purchaser
look them ever, try their tone and touch;
notice their careful finish! their good,
honest workmanahip. all through. You'll
say they're one of the blsreat bars-alna
of the year and they are. Come today
or tomorrowfor there were only le alto
gether In the oar, and they'll all be
snapped up within the naxt fsw days.
We have eeveral of these olanoa in our
corner window notice them as you
come elong. And remember the loca
tion tit Washington, corner" of Park.
Eilers Piano House, the. House of High
est Quality and lowwu Prlcaa -
Offloa open from
by phone. Mala 4(l&,
II a. m. to 10 p. m.
THE GRAND . ri?S:
waaaenue ae jmw.
Week of July a, "07.
' "The afyseerlee of the Togl :
"A Chape from the nMraatewal."
Joseph J. aad Myra tHtvlo Dow ling
Oavln, Piatt aad Peaches Tha Pear
Bhannone Joe Thompson Ivth Cen
tury Motion Fleturea. - . ,
:: (WEDNESDAY) ,
PKtPADI NO FO R
THE MOST GENUINE
PORTLAND EVER SA W
DOORS 6PN THURSDAY, 9 A. M.
Welch's Slogan : lf not right, Welch makes it right," applies
t the same as usual during this sale.' -
the stab s?do:?.J,l 4,M
- rae Beergsnlssd Beat took Ce
Matinees Tneedaye, Thursdays, Ratur
daya and Bundays at S:I0; pricee ! and
in cent . .-
Every evening at I ill; pricee 10, I
and 10 cents.
Bhowa, Shade, Sy
Al 11 Aeree of
Z- Flowers aad
11 - trioal IUumlnatlon.
t MTke crews ten where tat crew B f v
the Bath Pavilion! Shoots on X k
Rink; Dashes on Figure I Loop.
These will help some te cool oft.
Seasoa tickets, at low rates,
admit yon free at Oaka gate
each a. m.; free Instruction.
Anderson A Kleaner ia charge.
' kWlMtrTt BglfvUa nosari
Za 4 Delightful Concerta Dally,
g aTTJUDAT Don Carlos and
f His Dog Clrcu Pre in Open
. I Dinners at Tavern, I to . 2
t V.U (.Cavfetioa Mtutnls Te-albt f
' The tickets ean be secured from the
Grocers' aeeretary, C B. Merrick, third
aiiur Duiiauig, comer inire and
Morrison etreeta Get your ticket la
time. Don't deley. . , , , .
la the North west eaa tall yva ail about
The pure, rich, autrtttoue cereal heeltS
eoffee. It le , .-
100 Per Ceftt Pure
If yon bur a eackaato of flnldan rtaat.
OrantBea and If you are not perfectly
eatlsned with it after you have na4
half ef the package, send me you name
and addreaa - and the name of your
grocer, and Z shall refund yon your
money. Do not make It too atronav n
plenty ef water. Our cereal eoaee la
pure and atronger.
- - JOHN BUU.TJW. -'
It Trent St., Portland. Or.
Nineteenth Year C?ess St
tenter H, 1337;
The academy fits he;
OVS and atr1a na
eastern and westsrn enllsges. board Ins
hall for firle provides tor a limited
number. Klementary grades, both pri
mary and grammar, under the same
management Offioe hours during the
summer, a. nv to it m. and from
I to 4j. m. F"T ceteloaie, addraaa
S-ar M W J K , , jiy f
T 1 f"-" r:"Ta, a.-.. a ne
at V.. v
it i m.oou rn
p'M S' .
t v x d i , -:,
v. - i, i .. . i
r . '' .
'Whether for a day's knockabout
ever Sundays run, or a deep sea
cruise, the locker and storeroom
must contain auppllea ef the beet
. to eat. Tou desire; no disappoint
ment en this tack.
D.C Burns Co.
effer-yew the advantage of an
eirioteat servloa with deiiTery or
shipment of your orders to any
point designated en esaet hours
end dste you . specify. D, C
B,RN yo., h owr the beet
Freight paid by ng te year
nearest railroad depot er steam
for the Tery teat at leweet
prices . .
D. C Burns Co.
SBoczxa. - no cttxbb st.
Phones i StaU sit) A-iate.
i t-, j.
Lambert. . ' , ,