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Du DBCrl QCrw call ' - - . : ,
w--rei si me ru. li "
lu-WDf resorts py -nom juis, V
at U various places mentioned. Sub
scriptions oy mau euv y.w -t
venoe. 0REa0N RESORTS.
Oearhart Park j p,..i,,?,c,,
Hot Lake ....HOt LAX (BiniiiTO
vyiiuqh eprings. ....... t,
WASHINGTON RESORTS. ':
vron opnngs "Vi" ' .V'.
Boyd Bon nd Mlnsrel Springs Hotel
Collins Springe...... C. T. Belcher
llwaoo. .. . .............. ...Louis Cohen
Lone; Beech... w.
Marahall ft Pottenger end O. A. Smith
Kahcotta -H. J. Brown
Ocean Park.... ..Stewart Taylor
Dan E. Barber and Frank B. Struhal
The Breakers....... Ths Breakers Hotel
Marquam Grand. "The Sorceress"
Lyric. ......The Man From tho'Wesr
....O. W. P. carllne, rirst and Aider
Sargent hotel and frui, orana
1 : eaefiiawthorne avenues, ts undoubtedly
' jfAiat of the best equipped and most pop
A tilar establishments of its Idnd. In the
elous management ot Nicholas S". Sa'r
f -- e-ent. the nrnnrlator. and Frederick O.
Odell, the manager, a large and steadily
Increasing- patronage has been secured.
The premises, which are located at the
- corner of Orand and Hawthorne ave
rt uee, are the finest and handsomest on
the east side. . The restaurant, grill and
: private dining rooms are elegantly fur
nished and no palne or expense have
been spared to make this department
one ot the finest In the Paclfio north
west ' Tbis business was - established
hlne months ago and. during this short
time It has Become well known, not
only on account of Its cleanliness and
the promptness with which the meals
are served, but beoauee of the sub
stantial bill ot far and the popular
' prloea that prevail. The menu always
-contains every -delicacy --of the season.
while the eulslna and service cennotbe
excelled anywhere In the country. Ths
kitchen Is presided over by Mr. OdeH
personally and this Insures ths "oor-
iMtaui11- vuv order. Messrs. Bar'
gent and Odell have hadanwxtded,.
ana varied experience ana oring to near
complete knowledge of ths wants and
requirements of ths critical public A
naclaltv la made of sea foods and
food table d'hote dinner Is served for
0 cents which has already become fa
mous throughout the city. Mr. Sargent
awas for It yeers ths steward and man
ager or me. Arlington ciuo ana uie bud
ess he mads of that establishment, as
-Wellas ii hotel of which he is now
the heed; reflects ths highest credit
- upon him and his assistant manager.. ,
" "Let's-see -these- 14.1s and 16 cants
you advertise for H.7S," remarked a
-man at John Cellar's yesterday. After
seeing two pairs he said: .'Til take this
Valr for myself, and you can tie up
-thru more for my two brothers and my
tild dad, but have ona pair about two
inches longer for Bill, 'causa he's all
lege.' After going through ths store
buying goods to the . extent of 148 In
Shoes, hat. ahirts, a. light-weight suit,
s said as he left: "This la my first
"buy In this store, and I'vs discovered
you do as you advertlss.' , I'll give you
and your store a good word to . my
frlenda" John Dellar has always given
tionsst values to his customers, and no
one can cite a ease where he has ever
advertised anything - be didn't make
good. They're tearing down his store
fiow, end the big bargains he is offer
ing In summer, suits, ahjrts. shoes, hats,
tc. are the beet ever offered Jn Porl
" Jand. Od and sea. First and Yam bill. .
fRsr. B. Nelson Allan was laat night
Installed as pastor -wf Xh a, "Hawthorne
Park Presbyterian church. Whe Mr.
Allen has held this pastorate for soma
time under ths CumberlendXTiurch dls-
rensatlon, he had not been tnetalled as
his waa not customary with- that
branch. Now that the Cumberland
preebytery has been united with the
rreebytery of Portland, the installation
ollowed. Rev. W. a Holt presided as
moderator and propounded the ques-
tlons to the psstor-elect. Rev. William
. Hiram Foulkes preached the installation
fermon: Rev. A. J. Monte-omery gave
ha charge to ths pastor and Rev. B. K.
B. EUy rve ths charge to the people.
"The insullatlon prayer waa made by
Rev. W. R. Bishop. Musio was ren
dered by ths ehorus choir. Rev. ' B.
Nelson Allen spoke of ths pleasure he
had In being Installed aa pastor under
ths new union. - , .
Ths quarterly meeting of ths Oregon
Stat Nurse's association Is In session
this afternoon on the lawn of ths
North Paclfio sanatorium. A business
meeting precedes ths social and an ad--dress-
ls- to -feamsds by - Mrs. -Abigail
Bcott Dunlway. Mies t O. Richardson.
' ths president. Is In ehargs tit the meet
. Ing. The Stats Nurse's association, to-
? ether with the associations of Call
ornla ' and Washington, publish- a
monthly, ths Nurse's Journal. Miss
Richardson la the editor for this stats,
and the California editor, who is edltor-In-chlef.
ts Miss Oenevlevs Cook, who
s now in Paris, attending tne interna
tional convention of nurees. -She will
come to this city from there with re
ports nf ths work, and will bs enter-
-.talned by ths association next month. ;
iifferlng from an acuta attack of
, tonSwltls, Hsnry Llebe, a longshoreman
of Russell and Delay streets, undertook
to curs his ailment at an early hour this
mnmtng,- with what"h -tieltevsd'to be
liniment. Unfortunately in the dark he
senured the wrong bottle and rubbed a
. liberal quantity of carbollo acid on hi
' neck. The prompt use of alcohol over
came to a certain extent the action of
ths fiery acid but Llebe suffered ex ten
slvs burns of ths neck and hands. w .
' Whlls examining a revolver tendered
for sals, by a stranger, Phillip Schnlder
" of 10IH North Third street was wound
ed In the left hand last night through
1he accidental discharge of the weapon.
Ths wound is not regarded as serious.
Evangelist B. Wallace Shepard began
. a course of seven lectures Isst night on
ths "Five Oreat Kingdoms of History
and Prophecy," at ths Adventlat Chris
tian church. Second street, near' Hall.
, His subject last night was "Tha Dawn
f History. Babylon. Past and Present."
Tonight hs will talk on "Medo-Perslsn
FI2ST AID CU STREETS
History." Ne admission is charged, ths
lectures being delivered under the aus
pices of ths AdvsnUst Christian church.
Because the rollers he wag using In
moving n houss from the Pennoyev
plaoo on Tenth and Aldsr streets sunk
r?? Blr"'a ths aaxhsJt pavement,
A.,o. Hoodie was this morning stopped
from continuing ths work until hs had
Placed Pianke beneath the rollers. Hs
put ?p.i J4 oeposit to sover any dara
sgs to ths street from ths moving house
end guaranteed to repair It The warm
weather softened the pavement and
caused it to gum up beneath the rollers.
Chautauqua, . servloe direct to Glad
stone Park, fare !( seats round trip.
Tickets must be purchased. On sale In
waiu ?S.mm' Flret and Alder streets
snd East Water street and Hawthorns
.5nu Oreaon City ears, leave
Alder street, between First and Second
streets, T:l . m. and every ( minutes
to and Including I p. sa.
Special rata to Chairtaaqwa, II easts
round trip, take Oregon CIsy care, dlreot
to Gladstone Park, sverv II minutes from
7:11 a, m- leave Alder street, between
First snd Second streets. Tickets must
be purchased. On sale In waiting rooma,
Viral .nA A lAm t . . Tr . . .1 ' -. . .
street and Hawthorne avenue. .
Oscar B. Ovsrbsck. James P. Cooke,
and Howard Phllpott this morning filed
In the office of the county olerk articles
of Incorporation of the Overbook ex
Cooke company, to do a general broker
age and commission business. Capital
atock, 110,040. , . -.
Artiales of Incorporation ot the Vena
tlan Scenlo Olass company -were filed In
the offloe of the eounty olerk this morn
,naL by A. Ducharop, George P. Bohott,
anJ-'red B.,. Forbes. Capital otook,
.000, - ., ;'. . " T
TA few of those Chatham Standard In
cubators left, - the kind that hatehee
every fertile egg, 110 and S40 eggs ca
pacity, and as long aa tbsy laat a 0i
egg sis for only ll 00. - Do you want
one? - call or write, deo. W. Foott, 121
East Morrison street, Portland. . .
'Waterjhrough boss tor ' sprinkling
yards or gtdswalka or washing porches
or windows must be paid for la advanoa
and used only between the hours of t
snd a, m., and i and p. m. It
must not be used for sprinkling streets.
If used - contrary to those rules, or
waatef ully, it. will be shut oft
The first wedding to be celebrated
in the city hall at St. Johns will oocur
tomorrow afternoon at o'clock. It
will also b tbs first ceremony ever
performed by Recorder EL. M, Bsson,
slscted to offloe last April. The con
tracting nartlea will be. John Hendricks
and Harriett Corasllo.
The msetfHg1sf"nis Incorporators of
the Portland Ross Festival which was
to have been held laat night, has- been
postponed until Friday night on account
of the incorporation papers not having
arrived from Salem. Tne meeting will
be held In festival headquarters in the
8 wetland building. .. r
- A letter- from Horace Sfeeklem at
Hood River corrects the report that
some of the buildings at Cloud Cap Inn
were destroyed by fire. Mr. Meeklem
says the large dlsplsy of fireworks on
the mountain on the night of the Fourth
of July may have given rise to the
erroneous report. -
At the meeting of the Universal New
Thought assembly, tomorrow, afternoon
at I o'clock-at A, a TJ. W. hall, Waa
lngton street, between Tenth and Ws t
Park streets. Sister Avabanla will lec
ture on "The Hindoo Women Systsro of
Breathing. Through the Bkta.;
' We are always glad to recommend
anything of the highest quality. We
know none better than the Oolden Grain
uranuies, tne ravortte health coffee.
H. Wlllelt d Co. Ill Grand avenue.
Freight and baggage direct te Chau-
tauoua. FYelaht ear tuv.. n W p.
depot. East Water street and Hawtbore
avenue., daily, except Sunday, at 1 a. m.
TTw'lre and Iron worsr'ot'aU kinda. tire
escapes, sieve tor enclosures and fencea
Columbia Wlrs V Iron Works. 111x170
ast vy asnugwn. mons vast 70s.
Trie Yhnradaw ffiraMMi m n 11,.
Haselwood oseam store are beeomeg
week. - Special muslo
1:10 to :.
Steamer Jesse Harklns, for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
cept dunday. . Leaves Washington street
uocb p. m.
Navajo Indian blankets. Ill Sixth at
Alaska Indian baskets, HI Siath St.
' . aiimu ftoaasa. ii six in street.
Allen's Kushion Komfort shoes are
one of the comforts ot life. Tou can
get tnem at u Morrison street.
Dr.' T. T.
it removed to I If
throat, removed to I
10. 4:10 to . Tel. Main JSI.
Trolley excursion. Can em ah nark.
Thursday, I p. m. tSo pays the bllL
Woman's Exchange, ltt Tenth street.
tunc i: 10 ; Business men s) lunen.
Acme Oil Co, sells ths best safety eoal
oil and fine gasoline. Phone East Til.
For los eall Mala Mi, . Xoa DeUvery
Co, Ill SurL
Dr. Wetherbee returned. 1IT Marquam.
D. Chambers, optician, 1I Sevsnth.
Bergsr ' slgna-H Tamhlll phona, ''
Bark Tonlo for rhsumatlsm. , r ,
Beck Jeweler ioi Alder. ,
KJser. ' Scenic photos. - Imperial boteL
""TTrearfor tfieWomen. -
play ere and organs that are being cold
at the most amaslngly low prices at ths
Reed-French nlano - store. Sixth and
ournsiae. nee page s. .
ECHO MEETING HELD
BY YOUNG BAPTISTS
- An echo meeting of tha Toting Peo
ple's Baptist union was' . hsld at ths
White Temple last night, r Addresses
were mads by H. G. Baldwin of Cleve
land, Ohio, snd by Rev. Ik S. Stucker of
Oakland, . California. Short addresses
wers made by Miss Csrrle Mlllepaugh.
Rev. H. B. Hudson. Dr. a E. Hawks snd
Rev. John Benson. Fred Butler sang
snd a trio also gave a number. The
trio consisted of J. W. Belcher, Miss
Katnieen uvm ana miss Maoei Minis.
-Other speakera en route for the con
vention at Spokane were delayed and
did not reach the city in time to be
present. Among these is Dr. John Roach
Ptraton who Js to speak at Chautauqua
this week end who will occupy the pul
pit of the White Temple during August,
Cheapest accidents Insurance rr,
1 nomas' Bcleetrlo OIL Stops the pain
and heals the wound. All druggists sell
It. ( - '
LUSCIOUS CHERRIES - -BEING
E. C Oodlng. a deputy sheriff of
Multnomah county living on Mount Ta
bor, la exhibiting some fine large cher
ries raleed on his plsoe. Twelve of them
lying side ny sins measure jun
inches. Thev resemble ths Lambert
shape and oolor but are much larger
snd of somewhat different flavor.- Mr.
Grndlng does, not know to whet vsrlety
rhey belong. The tree is a small one
and not heavily laden with fruit. He
Is shipping soms of the larger onee to
frlende In the eaet to show thsm what
real fruit looks like.
Balt paat sev
Walt for K.
Mil 1(1 VOGUE
St Johns Saloonmen Disre
gard Orders Issued y
I Sherifrs Office -:
SUNDAY CLOSING LAW
JUTS SALOONS HARD
AnotW Invwtltloa W1U Be) Made),
bat SherUt Infuse to IMmcum Ae
, . Uon Ha Vial Take Ona . Tavern
Ma Become) Package lTonae.
Again the cllfck and twirl ot the slot
machine la heard la St, Johns saloone.
lulu Sharlff stavana has aent Deputy
Penumbra KaUy to . Inveetrgate. Not
many montha ago Deputy .eiiy mane a
trin is at. Johns and ordered alot ma
chines out. but because, the Sunday clon
ing law has been so strenuously en
forced In St. Johns where Sunday traf
fic was heavy, saloon - men decided to
make up the loss somehow.
Last Monday slot machines - were
again Installed. Whether the law haa
termlned when Penumbra Kelly arrlvea
oa tne scene. cui ut. si.,... -
morning that It was llksly St. Jejns
saloons would attsmpt to evads the law
j 1 , V. n m nn w mtLM r,lnB
used in them but what action ths sher-
irxe ernes win aae in m v w
not revealed by the sheriff. r
ll is welt anown uim ui o"i
enforcement haa hit St. Johns saloons
hard.- There are sU of thsm, each pay-
lift f,UVV ilVWW. " T
always been- Sunday, when It is stated
from $100 to 1100 was teken in by lead
ing emporiums of wet goods. As an il
lustration, eech of ths saloons has
oeased subscribing II a wsek to the St.
Johns baseball ulub which, they prom
ised early n the season. Thsy argus
that tbsy can no longer afford -to sub-
it- - a Z .w L ' .Inn. fht
games ars always played on Sunday and
on that du tnalr bualneaft haa been out
XT IS imeiy one or two ox tni swoons
may be compelled to go out of busi
ness. It is intimated one of the sa-
tounanirra wiu wmmw v 1
bar and sell in packages only, tor which
llcsnss is 1400, . -
JULY BULLETIN IS
r SPLENDID NU3IBEE
Japan, China, . ManchnrU. sod, Pa.
aooroeg of Oregon Section Ara
- ' ' Treated la Able Manner. . ' .
Chief among articles of Interest In
aa excellent number - of - the Chamber
of Commerce Bulletin for July are two
devoted to the ' re sou roes and ' pos
sibilities of the "Great Harney Conn-
try" and "Japan's I ro porta." Both were
written especially xor tne Bulletin, me
latter by T. Alba, Japaneee consular
ageni at roruana
Hernel county is deal with thorough
ly and every Interest and section of
the big territory is exploited. vlt . is
likened to the Great Salt. Lake Valley,
"which valley in . man respects . is
strikingly like our own. states the ar
ticle. Ar teste n water, lakes and game,
atockralslng and crops are all fully
written of and full knowledge of this
comparatively little known empire in
the middle of Oregon is given. Burns,
ths capital, is given two columns in the
Bulletin and is described as an educa
tional as well aa commercial osntsr.
At this time the article on Japan Is
peculiarly interesting and is largsly
statistical end,; comparative. A mass of
Information regarding this oriental race
ia orowded Into the space gf a few
P'The're are other features that make
the July number ona of the most Inter
esting ever issued. A list of Oregon
names giving their origin ia . among
them. Arcles on China and Manchuria
ars In the table of eontents, as wsll aa
a abort wrtteup of Union county.
No Abuse of Drunken Prisoners at
Central Station, Says Head
of Department. '
A' communication baa bean received.
by The Journal from George Manning
of III last Eighth street relative to
two ease of alleged brutality oa the
part of -city- prison effieials on-July-I
and 4. Tha writer declares that hs wit
nessed the unwarranted rough handling
of two drunken men, and condemns ths
polios department In no uncertain terme.
Chief Oiitsmaeher when informed of
the allegations embodied la the latter
unequivocally Branded) tne statements ot
Manning as without rounaation.
"Since I have been in command of ths
vmllra rtTiartmenr- thsrw TiiTtr has been
and I would not tolerate any abuss ot
prisoners.", said ths chisf. "1 know that
ths jailers oi tns tnree reueie ireai aii
oersons arrested with ths greateet con
sideration and believe that Mr. Manning
la laboring undsr a misapprsnsnsion."
'"Half past seven.'' Don't mles It-
NO BIDS RECEIVED -
FOR THIS PROPERTY
Board of Education Will BeadTertlae
for Sale Williams ATenne School
Holdings at Once. , " ;
No bids have been received for the
purchase of the Williams avenue school
property, which wes advertised for Bale
soms weeks ago by the board or educa-
tlon.. The property will be readvsrtlsed
and a grester effort made to Interest
the Inveetlng public. The school board
has determined to build a much larger
kiiiMin mi tha Knott Street block nur-
chased some months ago from Mrs. J.
B. Montgomsrjr. .,
The sits of the Williams avenue
school st Russell street snd Williams
avenue Is right In ths heart of ths At
blna business district and' Is not a de
sirable place for a school. School Di
rector I. N. Fletschner, whlls discussing
Ik. smnnaM aale and new buildlna-
prolect thla morning said:
Ths Williams avenue school block la
a valuable piece of property and I think
will readily bring from n,Ono to tTi.OOO
The building ie too small for ths re
quirements of the district, nor Is It a
goon location Tor a scnooi. r mm
toing to build a large school on ths
lontgnmery block, but In the meantime
the district will continue to uss ths
building at Williams svenue and Rus
sell street, snd any purchaser of thle
property will have to agree to let the
building remain until the new school
Preferred Ittsek Ceased (taods.
Uea Lewis' .beat Brand.
WJ W D
UUo iiiio lUilAkNiUiiiJjlljiij IVLAU
Corner of Grand Avenue and East Alder Street
. '.-. . . . ;, V. m' .
On the southeast' corner of East Morrison street and Union mrenue, where w - t- -will
have about three times the salespace we now pecupy, and as light a store as ; :.
there is in the city. Every department will be-greatly enlarged, and several
new ones added. ' In the meantime , ; " ,;':'-v.h- ,'' ; " v' '
. WITH RENTED VIGOR. Immense new stocks of merchandise are
,... dered for the new store, and weTare making a supreme effort to clear out our pres-
'7r ,"''ent' stocks as nearly as possible. ! '" ,!:;V '. :' k - .''"".':
Cut; Prices Prevail ;in Ewry Department
Women's $4.50, $i5.00;$5.50,$6.00 Dress
- - Skirts at Your Choice $2.89
About 80 skirts in blue, black, plain and check greys, etc-every skirt ot excellent strle,
good quality, splendid make and fit, and you may have your choice of the lot at a price less
than cost of materials. . " . . v .'. ' - -. ' ' ' ., ' - . , ' . :
Sample Black Sateen
Extraordinary values. A good
, Colored Table Linen, 50c Value at 33c
Red figured, red and white, plaid, blue and
-white plaid, and all 58 inches-wide '; '
Boys Suits, Values to $4.00, at $2.68.
Your choice of any Boys' Suit, which we form
erly sold at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00, all included
in this lot at the one price. Splendid, stylish,
well made suits for boys from 4 ta 15 years
;of. agcr:,.: ."..;.; ;. v -!" '; ' :
TtTT".' $2.00 Suit Cases lit $1 8." ' :
brass lock and bolts. Two new styles. . .
Bojrs and Girls' Hosiery, val. to 25c, 14c
Heavy or fine ribbed, fast black and seamless,
'all sires. A wonderful value. :
- Dark Dress Gingham, 8 l-3c Grade, r
. ' '5c Yard.
,A good assortment of good- dark stripe pat
t . terns. ; . ,
Women's Wash Suits, Values to $3.00,
"'. ', at $1.98. ; -
Your choice of any of our white or-colored
$2.50 and $3.00 Wash Suits at ijl.08.
Uakas tne skin like you vant its
' Does It la a nomant. -
A liquid preparatlwi for raoe,
..- Nock, ArM and Hands. . .
It is neither sticky nor greasy.
Zt' harnless, clean
Cannot bo detooted. '
Two colore Pink and White. -
Use it aorninK, noon and night,
inter, Spring, Summer, Fail.,
. SAVtPLE FRES , 'v ,
Lre UN. Ce 44 S-lftb St, Breekiya, W.T.
1 I .
SLAYER REYNOLDS '
, NOTvREADY TO PLEAD
" 1 1 "
Charles H. Bern olds, who waa to have
entered a plea this tnomlne; to the
oharsw ot murderlns Osorce H. Mlbblne,
Aid not appear in circuit court. Ills at
torney appeared before Judce Sears and
asked for a week additional tins ta
which to plsed or flls a demurrer to the
tnrMctmant- The extension was sranted
snd ths data for hearing Reynolds' plsa
was flsd at July it.
In ths county jail Reynolds was eloe-
eted for a Ions time this morning- with
Attorneys Schnslel snd Ixisan, who will
dnfend hltn. It Is believed that plans
for the defense were being rormuiateo.
4 f ' Bnlldlog Permits, i 1
; ' Labbe brothers, repairs store, 40 QU
san street. $1; J. Ck Klllgreen. one
story stabls. East Twentieth, between
Tillamook and Thompeoa, 1W: . B. W.
Reder, one-story dwelling, Kast Wash
lngton, between East Thirty-sixth snd
aat Thirty-seventh. II. 00; T. T. Berg,
one-etory dwelling. University avsnue,
between At wood and East Elghtsenth.
I11A: Cox tk Cox, one and a half-story
dwelling, Pearl, near Moore, 1 1,000; N.
T. Itakery, repairs store, Orand, be
tween Hawthorne and FJkSt Clay, 7I;
A. T. Dunham, one-etory dwelling, T3e-
raneo, between Van Houtnn and Mon.
leth, fl.100; J VI. Richards, one-story
l-.l I.. riWll. Wa.aam D.,t.Mmitli
and Stanford. i,0.
CT A FDRH7U
EAST-SIDE DIPARTr.IETn' STORE
1.50 styles, at
stir It A eves of Shows. Shade. ?"
niwin anil ijassiinsr jL,iea'
I These wilt help some to cool off. f t
Season tickets, at low rates, a,
admit you free st Oaks prate ft
each a. m.; free Instruction.
Anderson Kleener in charge, jj
tckltzsirf 1 BirUs Iniuft , rt
la 4 Delightful Concerts Dally. f
ATTTRDAT Don Carlos and a
ft Kla Dog Circus Free ia Open
t : i- . st
Here Is One of the Letters
Sent to John Blaauw in
a Friendly Contest Be
fore July 4th, From
PortUnd. Or, Xune 4, 1MT.
Mr. John Blaauw, Advertising- Manager.
Ootdsa vraln Oranulss: '
' Dear Sir t send the answer to the
Ooldaa Grain Granules prise contest. I
hardly ever drink coffee, but I like the
Oolden Oraln Orenulee very much, and
so do my mamma, papa, and grandma.
The name of our arocer la J. C. Mann.
rue name of my school Is the Holladay.
will make diagram of how IS paekagee
of Oolden Jrain Granules can bs packed
In a caee without leaving any apace.
The Oolrten Oraln Oranulee are called
the Amerlcea family drink beoauee It
la so healthy and Is uad In so many
homes. It should be ud In every home
beoauee It Is so wholesome snd good to
drink. The exact welsht of the package
la 1 nonnd snrt 10 ounnes. Rpect fully
yours, MADAI.Ttf MlLLR.J
III B. Pwentk street aorta.
? Whirls on ths Whirl: Dips la ?
it I the Bath Pavilion; Shoots on I
st ths Chutes; Rolls In ths Roller f i
a.1 wink: Dashes on Figure Loon. I
TF f?. fP(
White Canvas Oxfords,
-Worth $1.50, at 78c-
few-blucher stvlerwith largeeyefetrand wide -
Women's White Silk Waists, Values to
' $4.00, at $2.69. - ; :
Handsome White Wajh. Silk Waists,, beauti
fully made and trimmed, alf entirely new style
Men's Suits, Values to $15.00, at $7.95.
Men's Tailor-Made Suits of excellent style
and quality, Odd suits that regularly sold as
high as $15,100 are included in this lot. .v :
" -,'": ' at 98c
Dainty white and colored Wash Dresses for
iris 8 to 14 years of acre, AH of our S1.Z5 and
Women's $2.50 Patent Leather Oxfords
.-$1.68 r '
New style Gibson blucher lace, with big eye-;
lets and wide laces. . - "
All Men's Hats at Cut Prices. '
Our best $3.00 Hats 92.45. : Any style..
Our best $2.50 Hats $1.05. - Any style.
Our best $2.00 Hats ?l.GO., Any style.
AX. TmTBeTDAT. SATtTSSAT,
Why swalter in the beet Take a
ear ride out to the highest, eooleet and
most beautiful place lav -the city.
wood xasfa,, -
MARQUAM GRAND ff?OT
TOSfxoBfV abts f BummmoA-r Miasrr,
. wassTMDAT sunns
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OOmmenelnc Tlsarsdav "JLgaHyatAm.
Prices llo. . tee, LM. , Matinee,
TSe, lOo. lee.
Phone Main !.
Thla week, the Allen. Stock Company,
wis rmoic rmm
sjaunees iiinur u , n.iuiu.j
and Sunday. Prioea, 10c, 10c Bvsry eve.
alng et 1:1s. Piioae, 10c. XOo snd 0c
Reserved seats by phene, Mala 414.
Offloe open from-1 a. m. te 10 a. so.
THE GRAND '
Taadertlle de SVera. ...
. Week of Tulf a,
, , The Mysteries of the Toft"
"A Ohapess? from the Bsraaaea.s)
Joaanli J. and Myra Davla iKmUns
Oavia. Plaft and Peaches The Tmr
Shannons Joe Thorapseo tOta Cen
tury Motie nciaraa, .
THE STAR rJTi51V 4tU
The 8Veosfanlae4 a Stook Oa
Matinee Tneadaye, Thursday, futnr-
0sys ana crunaays ai 119) prtoec ia ana
very evening; at 1:11: mriees la. 10
and 10 eanta.
90 BUS HU A
Tn tickets eaa ke seevred free the
Grocers' sworetanrt C. & sierrlca. tXlrd
f oor, Allakr WlUnf, eener Thlr4 ant
H orris on streets. Oet jour tlcasta ta
An ora ,
Ja tha Kertiweot oaa taU ywa alj absat
The pare! Hob, natrtUooa sirsal haatth
oogee. It la s 1
100 PcrCcnt Pure
' If yon bar a' paefcagw ef OoMssa CNn
Oranules) and U yoa are not pert eou m,
satlaflsd with It after ywa bave
half of the packaae, eeaa m yo pune
and addreas anoT the nsuna ef wua
grocer and I shall refund ywa Twos
money. Do not make it too gcrowei a
plenty ot water. Oaa osrssl eouea to
pure and stronger.
, It Front St, PorUaaeV Oa .
- i rroeasg swenraa sssry f-ss-I
J I rratn. sad ta Pabat Pex&x
f BreTwipg rronasi tra rarml U ai
otltn prsiste4 fora U
Drink Pabet Brae JUtbonA '
because of its purity, its de- IV
Uciotu flaror, its rich food
Tames am lis ion 1 c properues, s
and because) It la a genuine I
Charles Koha Co-.
Cor. Id and Pins Sta, Portland. Oft
., Phons Mala 40.
Last But Not Least
Of tha aonaideratlona of tba
balMer. the oontractor, the man ef the
family, is tha pro Mem of hardware. No
matter what Ifs ktnd tha ajrunrsr ta
hercaad wwTl stake ear retxtfatleei that
ear prloes areas brsr aa-the Merest.
Avery EL Co.
' ' . , STO sTttDasTlt ' STO MS.
. o oooAxn, . :
in Painless Dentistry
' l"v-v TrrTn
To Introdtice otir latest method
In painless lentistry until July 31.
are will do jroar work at ona ball
regular price. v
Bridge work applied and all
krndo of filling inserted without
pain. . ,
Teeth extracted positively with
out pain or bad result, 60.
We correct all irregnUritiea ef
teeth without pain.
Consultation and estimates free.
Open evenings until 8. Lady in
czicacd nmtzs r::.T::i3
1 - Suite S-4-5 KjJc!i E!.r.
COR- sixtii washi::gtc:t
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