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rxrv nprr.riM nAiT.v TmiRMATl PORTLAND. SATURDAY
EVENING, . JULY 13. 1S07.
CAILTEXTEKS AND BUILDERS
.TmtfA. M K LTON. 104 4TH ST. OF.
rice e.id store flituru built snd re
tnoditlefl: showcase snd counters.
Vhnnt Mam l m.
I;- iKT7T6 Nrr?jKFlCK.- 8TOKK Fix
tures: Itenrml Jobbing. - 47 IBt at
Phone Main 10
BUY KOSK" CIT1
lawn- seat. 110
bah win-, or
CHIROPODY AND PEDICURING
ilriT M D. Hill. Room 110 Fleidner
bldg. Both phones
POO AXD HOI IS E HOSPITAL.
TRS. C. E. BROWN AND MILLER
Mna W uwotusvwu -
Phone Miiln 4081.
h hnraas and docs.'
m'V R KNAPP HAS RETURNED
f fom east Office 10 Hamilton bldg.
vTnHMAKER FROM SAN FRAN
Vrt52 wlshM a few mora wftonera:
alteration work neatly dona. d
Pacific 806- ' "
MADAM K ANGELKS 141 FIFTH. PA
Eleetrlo and Oaa Fixture and Suppllea.
Mnlcls, Tillngrate. and !LZ
PICIFI?ELECTRIC CO. KSiuI-
wotor. and dynamo.; w lnatall light
and power plants. .
feRTs6NTl:LSRlC Co-ii m.
Moerlaon st Flxtur, wiring, re-
fTTrbAnks. morse motors and
dynamos. AC. and D, C, nd
EDUCATIONAL , v
: . LEGE. - j. ... ,
Elks' Building. , r
- riurtlir shorthand and Bliss book'j
keeping a taught In Behnke-Walker
will lead you to success. Facts -78T
calls for help and placed 111 alnoa Aug.
1. Will place you when competent, fcn-
rotl now. n' "' i '7,
ii. i ura UTTRTTCTT.RB COLLEGE.
"Washington and lOttl sts. FMdnerbJdg.4
Bookkeeping, ononnanu, vZTWZi.
and all English. branchaa-taughW-bota
' day and night - ";
FINANCIAL AID t6 SIX WORTH t
i ilea who wish, to take a
Annl at - onoa at
office. iH Commonweaitn oiag, n
and Burnsld sts.
I.-BRON66NSALMON'5 STUDIO of
shorthand - and -.. typewriting: . . full
eowrse In 11 weeks; open all Bdmmer,
established 18S8. . MUner bldg, W.
park and Morrison.
FEXCK AND WIBH WORKS
POHTUND WIRE 4k IRON WORKS
Id and Everett eta. Phone Main
Stationary and aiannel eloctrlo equfp-n.ni.-
i.iinrhri' accessories: wholesale
nil retail: enarlne repairing. Reierson
u.hinrv Cn. 182-4-4 Morrison st
Sheffield Marine eNgINeA. aNT
propeller. Falrbarks, Mors 4k Co,
1st snd Btarg sts.
low price; can or wnie.
Morse fk Co.
1st and Stark sts.
THB BELLEVUE, EUROPKAN .PLAN,
AtK mnA Hnlmon.
HOTEL PortUndTXm. plan. It. ay
BELVEDERE, European: 4th and Alder"
' mad to
Co, 74 th.
ISAAC I WHITE. FIRB INSURANCE.
144 tmerioca mu. -
W t PiflP! INSURANCE: EMPLOY1'
" . irs' liability., surety bonds, burglar
mi ancldent Insuranca, Phon Main
128. 204 Falling bl-Jg.
o m1 xenctn km
bliity and individual accident security
-bonds of all kinds. Phona 41. 101 Me-
Kay bldg. ' '
WANTED AND FOR BALE ALL
kinds. Including approved forest re
aerv aorlp for urveyed. tinurvy4.
timber and prairie government land. Ht
J.I. Hamilton. "The Portland," Portland
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
CHARLES L. MA STICK- CO.. FRONT
, and Oak ata., leather and skins of
very description for all purposes sol
a nd tap cutters: findings. '
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY, MONEY MONEY MONEY
'MONEY , MONEY MONEY.;. MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
SALARY, LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES.
GET 810 TO 1100.
NO MORTGAGE . NO INDORSER
"ABSOLUTELY W SECURITY."
LOWKST RATES EASIEST PAYMENTS
I A CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU.
i.,; REMEMBER, IF YOU WORK,--
WE WILL ACCOMMODATE YOU.
; WHAT MORK COULD YOU ASKT
RAILROAD MEN A SPECIALTY.
STATE SECURITY CO,
704 DEKUM BLDfJ L
HOURS I A. M. TO P. M.
WED. AND SATURDAY TILL I P. M.
MONEY MONEY MONEY . MONEY
MONEY- MONEY MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY, : MONEY
M5NEY TO LOAN"
On Improved city property or for build
ing purposes, for from t to 10 year
time, with Privilege to repay all or part
of loan after two year a Loan ap
proved from plana and money advanced
aa building progresses; mortgages taken
up and replaced. , ' .
FRED IL STRONG, Financial Agent,
141 Stark st.
CONFIDENTIAL LOANS - ON 8AL
arlea. Insurance policies, plsnos. fnr
"rtlture. warehouse receipts, etc.: any de
serving person may secure a liberal ad
vance, repaying Dy easy weekly or
XliW ERA LOAN 4r MORTOAQB COM.
105 Ablngton Bldg. '
MonkyVaSckd salaried pfcg:
rle and others upon their own names
without security: chespest ratea, cnaleat
payments; ofncea in principal cm
save yourself money, by getting a
'"""xOUJAK, 221 'Ablngtoa Bldg. ,
t;N"I.E METERS . LOAN OFFICE. 141
Id st, nr Alder, eatabllahed 1170;
r.i and reliable; ny mount loaned on
at'ha, diamonds, Jewelry and seal
skins. - -A ,- .,
-.-.. , .vii HrtXDS
he.l enierpriwa iiuhbih
ii.r-lal pPr boiiaht and money
,,i on all rlaa" of good securltv.
n i-7 Couch bldg, -4th and Wssh-
TTXsTTU n it a L r.TATE.
it v : nnf-e buua ut
or personal se
& W. PaUttl. 104
MONEY TO LOAN.
DON'T BORROW MONKY ON SALARY
until you see
Huttca Credit Co.
sit Pekurn bids;.
CRESCENT LOAN . C6T4 i MOHAWK
bid. Money io nn un ay-pay-ment
plan to wag earner; strictly co-
mVSNSY LdANEb 10 KALARlKD PfciO.
pie Just on your own nam; don't
borrow until you sea me; my system
Is the best for railroad men. clerks,
bookkeepers, streetcar men and all other
employes:' business strictly confidential.
F. A. Newton ll Huchanan bldg., x
MONEY TO LOAN ON
city property or for building ,, pur-
noses. Columbia u
ones. loiumma i,ire dx Trust to.
Lumber Eichlnc hide-
money5 to LiriXSi ViJ "ALT. KINDS
of security. William HolL room. I.
o iXfKTffiTMS M sttl oN CIUT
te security. R. A. Frame. 41 the
QUICK LOANS ON- ALL 6EC)RITlfca:
S. W. King,, 4( Washington bldg.
Main 10A. .
a"L6an for TWe AbkIMo-SALArV
or chattel. The Loan Co, 410 peknm
m7Tnktto LftAkl Kn 4to6 t6 I.o46:
Charleaon 4k Co.. Commercial. ' Phone
CASH "ON liANfa FOR PURClUSfi!
money, mortgages, bonds for deads or
contracts of sale on real aetata, either
country or city property., ti. B. wodjs.
Commercial blk.. 2d and Waahlngton.
1200 TO 11.000 ON. MORTGAGE FOR
July only; low Interest, amall eipens
to borrower. Ward, Alleky bldg. M-73,
WILL IvOAN $ 000. PER CENT. ON
real- estate. Farrlngton, 111 Fenton
bldg. , . .
MONEY td LdArf: LAROi! LOANS
. sneclalty: also building loans: lowest
rates; -flr Insu-anca. WUllsoi O. Bock.
SIX Falling hldg. '
THE H. C. i ALBEE CO. 8ECONI
hand machinery, sawmills, eta. S4I
PAUL. 100 ISf ST. A C6M-
nleta Una sawmill
engines and boilers.
C 8. MITCHELL, THE TALENTED
musician. Is now available for all
nUnn ens-asrements. first-class olano and
mandolin Instruction at reasonable rates.
Call at 484 H Washington St. -
PIANO, VIOLIN, CORNET, ' TROM-
bone, clarinet, r-roressor n. m. orano,
iE4 12th st. Main 4701. ' -
KEU 4k KINGS LEY, t. 1ST ST-
Poruana a leaaina oarDit ana grmnns
works. - - '
DR. LILLEBELLB PATTERSON, SPB-
ciotibt nn -Herrona "imnr-anq crirvnw
diseases. Of Ilea 411 Fenton bldg. Phon
Pacltto 110. -
hR, H" B NbRtriRUP. "sla-ll-lt tg-
kum bldg. Id and Washington sts.
Phon Main 84. Kxamtnationire
PAINTING AND PAPERINO.
: A. DOANB GIVES BEST ESTIMATB
for satisfactory work. ESS Tsmnui.
FOX CO. SANITARY PLUMBERS.
211 Id. bet Mam ana eaimon. ursgon
nhone Main 2001.
bONNERBERG 4k RADpMACHER RB-
moved to no. urnaia st
OGILBEE BROS PRINTERS CARPS,
. billheads, etc. . fnon Mam lit.
145H 1st st - -
MODERN PRINTERY, -PHONE
clflo 1&2C. R. 24. Russel bldg.,
Morrison ts. - t ,
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND TTPE
wrtter. Main 1271. 814 Dekum bldg.
FAYE KANDLB. 200 ALISKY BLDG.
PAINTS, OIL AN1' GLASS
F. R. . BEACH CO, THE PIONEER
.' Paint Co. Window glass and glaalng.
US 1st st. -Phon 1114.
J. W. OOILBEE, REAL ESTATE AND
-loans: established 1811. Hi), lit,
real estat and rentals. I0IM StOk
st Ma'.n (1(4.
FOR FARMS OF EVERT DEnflRlP
tlon. ; W. W. Espey, ill Commercial
P. C STAMP WORKS, 241 ALDER ST.
Phone Main 710. -Rubber stamps,
sea la, stencils; baggage, trad checks;
prsss signs ana pistes.
TIN ROOFING. JUTTERINO. 1 RE
palrlng and general jobbing. J, Losli,
111 Jefferson st Pacific 1424.
OO TO THE BUSY BEE FOR DELI
catei. sens. Horn cooking: 414 Wash
THE PORTLAND COFFEE HOUSE IS
now open for business. 248 1st, with
first-class bakery In connection.
MRS. STEVENS. PORTLAND'S RELIA
bl palmist and spiritual Ufa reader;
reading dally.. 148 tj Yamhill.
SHAVER. SPIRITUAL READER.
421 Burnslde St.,
...j . . , m, . . t..w..v iiimiium
i n. aa st
Uadam waltmaN, cLAlRVotANf.
medium and healer. 147 11th st
Phone Pacific 2881. ' " -
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS
FOSTER A KLEISER SIGNS.
"W hav built up lha largest sign
business In th city by first-clsss work
and keeping our promises. Our, price
are right 6th and Everett ata. phone
"SIGNS THAT- ATTRACT" POR T-
Isnd Sign Co., 187 Stsrk. Psclfic 184.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO.
Street nsvlns. sidewalk - and cross-
THE) feARBER ASPHALT PA VINO CO.
of Portland. Office 66 Worcester pik.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES
SHOWCASES OF EVERT DE6CRIP-
iion; Dana, oar ana siwrw n""""
mad to order. Th Lutk Manufac-
taring Co.. Portland.
R.H. BIRDSALL. DESIGNER: AGT. ji.
Winter Lumber Co. 7 Hamlltonbldg.
THE SEWING MACHINE REPAIR CO,
171 First st, formerly machinist for
the Singer Sewing Machine company.
All kinds of machine repair work at
lowest rate; the only gniollne engln
expert on th Pad no ooaat ora
Phone A 1120.
PORTLAND SAFE CO, SOLE AGENTS
for Herring-Hall-Marvtn safe and
Manganes Bteel Safe Co," bank safes;
20 second-hand fireproof safes and bank
safea. very cheap. See them ,or write
us. H 7th st. - i '
DIEMOLD. sfA'NdAN'ESIo . -Ar fcg
Larg line carried. Lock-outs opened.
Jacks, jails, metal furnltur. fiotb
ibaav J. A Dtvi id, . .
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
- Northwest Corner Thl
Transact A General Banking Buali
All Cltiea of the United Stales and Eurql
ma,de on Favorable Terms. .
President J. C. AINSWORTH I
Vlc-Prsldent.....R. LEA BARNtU I
ADD TI LTON, BANKERS Portland Oregon.
xxr u y . Cvt-. r El T . A I )T ).
lrinian a uenersj nansing ru"'11
Savings books Issued on savings debits.
ERCHANTf NATIONAL B A NKPortlan(l, Oregon, v.
J. FRANK WATSON President I
IL W HOTT U(t': Cashier
S C CATCHING. .. .Second Assistant Cashier .
Transact, a General Banking Business. Drafts and Lettera Jf Crttllt
; Available to All Parts of the World. Collections a Specialty.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA Established 1114. Head Offlco. Ban J"u1e.0.
Capital pild uM 7l4.000.000 I Surplus and undivided Pr?flt-J-UI',"
- General THnnklng and Exchange Buainess' Transacted. tn',"'L"J;
Deposlta SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may be opened of 110 ana VP
ward. Portland Branch Chamber of Commerce Building. . "'j- "
TO. R. MACREA. .." ,.7...Msnagr J. T. BURTCHAELL,. . . . Ass t Manager
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Portland. Or. Oldest National Bank on Pacific Coast
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, tl.100.000.00. DEPOSITS, tl4.000.000.09 :j
A. L. MIT.T.B . .President I
lORTLAND TRT'ST COMPANY OF OREGON Th Oldest Tt-ut Company In
Oregon. RESOURCES OVER tl lOO.OCO. General Banking. Two PW1 "
Interest on check accounts (svsn hundreds) on daily --tsslanoaa two or
OVr. Uttm irMtit anit ne'riinn on
count.. Tim certincates. I to 4 per cent; short-call epeclal certificates,
or over. tu. tn A u, Call for Rook of "ILLUSTRATIONS.
Southeast Corner, Third and Oak.
BEN J. 1 ftlHk'.. President I
B. LEE PAGET. ........... flecretsry I
SECURITY SAVINGS 4k TRUST CO-264 . Morrison Street Portland. Oregon.
Tranascta a General Banking Buelness. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Intr
- ... n.. mA c.i... Lramiir Acta as Trustee Zor Biais.
. . V. Ull . .1,1, .IIU B . ' . ..... ....... - - - r . .
Drafts nnd Letters of Credit Availabl ort All Part of the World.
C. FWrAM8, , , n ,-t j , . t s . President 1
I.T". n ... . . . . , V
. UU JS. KUbMEW
TITLE! GUARANTEE TRUST COMPANY i Waahlngtbn Street. . .
MORTGAGE IOAN8 ON Portland Real Estat at Lowst Rafa.
. "TIU Insured. Abstracts Furnished. . '. -JT".
3 . THORBTTRN ROSS. President I JNO. E. A I TCW !N. .... i. .Secretary
GEORGE H. HILL. . . .Vice-President 1 T. T. BURKHART. ........ .Treasurer
BONDS AND INVESTMENTS.
ORRIS BROTHERS, Chambar of Commerce Building. ,
Munlelnal. Railroad and Public
OWNXNG-HQPKINS .COMPANY Eatabllwhed 1881 BRORLRS.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN Bought
Private Wires. ROOM 4 CHAMBER OF
OYcrbcck, Starr & Cooke Co.
" GRAIN. PROVISIONS. WJ'TtJWr- btskjub AINU BWUO. . .
WE DO A STRICTLY COMMISSION BUSINESS. ...
Contlnuon Market by Private Wire.
iiini-y Bunnltea: repair. Raleigh
bldg- th and Washington st.
- PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY COM1J.
brush, aoap, il per monm. . rorunn-i
Laundry 4k Towel Supply CO, Itn ana
Couch sts. Phone 410.
. TRANSFER AND HAULING
a O. PICK OFFICE tt 18T ST, BE
tween Stark and Oak ata.; phon S.
Pianos and furnltur moved and packed
for - shipping'.--commodious brick, ware
house with separate Iron -rooms. Front
and Clay ata.
OLSEN-ROa TRANSFER CO.
W. A. Cleland.
V T fineaacreen. .
'lnml transfer and storag: safes.
pianos and furnltur moved, packed and.
Ihinned. too Oak st Both Phones.
VXN HORN .TRANSFER 4t STORAOl
Co., Inc. Furnltur and piano moving
a anclnltv: storage warehouse. . 40-42
: . - ..1 .ci.
niuiie win aw,..
PENINSULAR EXPRESS U BAGGAGrf
Transfer. 141 Alder st Phon Main
2111. ' -
OREG6n TRANSFER CO, 114 N. (TH.
u.i. aa . Umw hsnllnv and atnraae.
main VP. - nry.y ii.uihi, n. -"
V.Vf-.T-.T-.Tv'KtpvT't- DiAAinv JLr TIli'M R
A UE.1 CHI"-" ' . -
. M. A. GUNST CO,
DISTRIBUTORS OH FINE CIGARS.
fcVERDlNG A FARrtELL, PRODUCE
and commission merchsnts, 140 Front
st. Portland, or. rnom mini in.
OREGON FURNITURE MANUFAC-
turlng v;o. aianuiaciurers ui .juror
tnre for th trade. Portland. Or.
WADliAM" ' CO.. WHOLESALE ORO-
Mra. manufacturer and commission
irchats. 4tn ana visa sis.
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING AND
Special oraers. norniu; a iuiui-
ture faotory. 107 Front st
lure 1 mJ.m J . " " - '
1LLEN 4t LEWIS, COMMISSION AND
produce mercnanis, rroni ana ojyh
sts.. Portland. Or.
VVHOLESALE CROCKERY AND
glasswar. Prael, Hegel 4k Cow Port
land. Or. '
f'HE 6reg6W Cheese co. (ino-
Cheese, butter. eggs,.tc, dairy prod
ucts bought or handled on commission.
Ill lib. at (Swetland bldg.), Portland,
LeWIS-STENGER BARBERS' SUPPLY
ftv. Rarbera' Sunnlles. Barber' Fur
nltur. Barbers' Chairs. 10th A Morrison.
shnokans. July Ml
July 17, Aug", t
. S. Senator
S. B. AXASKA. BOUTSV
Ikaywar, Mtka, Janeaa and way porta,
. .-,-! gatliag g sj,- aja....,.-..-.-!.
W. . Co.g SnmlrOldl. . . ,. i . "
C1t of Ssattt -,'7 S2
Cottage City, lis. Sitka,. .... .Jnly 14, B8
----'- CABT rSAir CISCO BOUTB.
. s SalUng t a. aa. Troia SeatUa.
rrMldeat ............... k.....Jtly 0
a. m. Umatlll ""iliJnI 25
Sonoma nly 13, 8
City LtBca, I4t Waahlagtoa St.
Ho! For Astoria
Dally (except Thursdays). Leaves Aldei
street dock 11 a
. raoBa laAiaf eas. -. '.
momn tacitio tbamsbt co.i
and GEO. W. ELDER
Sell for Fjreka. San Franclod and Lot
An tele direct every Thursday at I p. m.
ticket efflc 111 Third, near Aider.
Phc ne M. lll- H. TOtiNO, Agnt
Columbia River Scenery
BBOUXATOB kVXBB ITHimi.
pill servte setwee Portias! and The
Delias, sxeapt Basilar, MTlng Pertlaad st
1 a. st, irrltlns ahest B p. si, earrrstf
fretskt sa4 naaMarera. Mples414 afeaiamda
tloua far eettlts and IjTasteck.
Dk font of Aider at, portlae4 faot et
de4( , Ike BaU. ftMM lUle 114, fwUMd,
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
Ird ana pitwi,. ....
DRAFTS ISSUED Availabl In
Hongkong and Manila, Collection
, ' t xo srtTM'EER
Cashier. ........... .R. "SoLt
Al-t" "!eJ,--w- iluL"r
A. M. W-IOHT
J. W. LADD.
Interest paid on time depos'ta.
it Ij. uu km-am. ....... t .
GEORGE W. HOYT. .Assistant CasbUr
W. C. ALVORD..; .. Assistant casnier
i w. sj. nu"nu x . ,
B. F. STEVENS. .Second ass "r
all Dart of th woria. btiiis
Ste. Phone Prlvat Exchanga Tl. jj
H. L. PITTOCK Vlc-Prsldnr
J. O. OOLTRA. . , .Assistant Bec,riary
U Ju. LEVV;iSFlraV V1C-w"t
n, v. iiliu.... . -
n,ITDIT7 ... HU11IM M
fterrlc Corporation Bonda. '
and Sold for Caah and on Margin.
COMMERCE. - -- fnons Main t.
Quick Service. . .........
"Chicago" and "return,' S7LII.
6t;Loul and return, 117.14. '
St Paul, Mlnneapolia, Duluth, Sup)
rlor. Winnipeg and Port Arthur and re
turn, no. ' . ' : , . - " '
;5. TBAIN5 4 DAILY -S
For tickets, aleeplng car reservation
and -additional information, eaJl on or
address H. DICKSON, a P. 4k T. A. ,
122 THXKS BT, KBnijrn, OX.
Telephones: Main 110.' Horn A-2181.
AT , THE . THE ATEES
"The Man From the WeaC
' On of tb most Intensely interesting
offering ever mad by th Allan "Stock
company 1 'The Man From th West"
which has bean a big drawing card at
the Lyric all week. It la an up-to-date
drama of . life aa it . exist on th
frontier. . .
.;: ' m ",T '
' "Utah" at the Stmr. s
Tomorrow afternoon and night "Will
witness th last performance of
"Utah." th new tat drama which has
been holding th board at th Star all
week. It 1 a thrilling comedy-drama,
with scenes laid near Salt Lake City.
Seats ara now selling at , theatra box
offlo. i . t
It 1 far from being a dry and un
interesting show at th Grand this week.
Abigail PriceH "a, ' mind reader who
anawers written question like -Anna
Eva Fay; Charles Carter 1 a magician;
the Four Shannon are slngera and
(lancers and there ar beside other good
acta. .-: ... ,; .
"Fire of St, John" Next Week, j
O'Nell will appear at th Marquam til
"Th Fires of St John." ' It Is th plec
in which she achieved her greatest dis
tinction In New York, and is probably
th moat pronounced hit of her career.
The plec will be magnificently pro
duced. Animal Show at the Oakg. ;
A really good animal ahow I th on
on exhibition at th Oak. It contain
two of the most magnificent specimens
of th leopard family that were ever
seen In Portland. It also has many
other rare animals. - . Ther is to be a
f re dog ahow at the park next wsek-
C0MPANTSUES FOR .
- TITLE TO PROPERTY
That Helen and Henry T. Good, th
children of tha at IL W. Goods, hold
th title to a Mock of real estat that
belong to th Portland General Elee
trla "company 1 an allegation mad in a
suit filed in th circuit court yester
day by th eleetrlo company against
It I alleged that Good, a president
of th Portland Railway, Light Pow
nnmnanv. bousht tb block bounded
b First Kecond, Ash and Pin streets
for 1329,000 and held In trust for th
company. Later th. block wm as
signed to th Portland General Electric
company, a branch of tb ; Railway,
l.iffht Mm Power comnanv. -
iVhll holding the block In trust for
his company President Good suddenly
died, with tb title to th block in hi
nam. Th title paases to his heirs,
and th suit i brought to have th title
changed to th lctrtc company. ,. , .
HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Attorney Ralph B. Moody, who look
after th interest of .the ex-detectives.
Snow, Day, Carpenter and Rasing, 1
In Philadelphia and th police commis
sion baa continued their trial until th
return of the lawyer in August Th
commission was scheduled to meet at
10 o'clock thl morning. .
Chairman Green stated that the
Charge preferred by Captain Pruln
against Detective Kay and Klen
lin would be investigated by th com
mission soon sfter tns return of th
latter jrho U ewer, co hi rtcaUon.
. Midland. t.
IS THE IDEAL PLACE FOR THE HOMESEEKER
, - - ---- - LENTS. .
WILL GROW ANYTHING.
'ABUNDANT, , INEXHAUSTIBLE.
KNARP & MACKEY
Room 2 Chamber of Commerce.
Why So Cheap?
Wa bougtit thlBropry aom
tlmt ago at a ridiculously low
- price, and wa'ra giving you thej
" ' benefit." Ifg worth mora thaa
surrounding property; but -wa
. want to do right by th pub
lie let , th buyers reap tha
difference, That'eell thr
. . to It. . TonTl want Jot . aa
. soon as you've en th addi
tion. " See It ..tpmorro'w.
PEOPLE F.1AY SIT
Members of Board All Agree
That Allowance Shall Be
3Iade InTew uIes.
Councilman A. Q. Rushllkht appeared
before. the park board at itg meeting
.ri.niaT . and Mtltlonad for th
I Improvement of the triangular tract
owned by thei etty at the lntersecUon
txt Ttraoklvn and MUwaukl tret
and th installation of A drinking foun
tain.,-' - .-."
Th board favord th petition and In
structed the park auperlntendent to in
Miini, and estimate th cost of curb
ing, placing th fountain and building a
mall pavilion, jmmediat acuon wiu
Rule regulating th conduct of th
publlo park wer again dioused
and .n ordinance - will be presented
to th city attorney and then to the
M,...!! mm atiui , aa a renort can
be made on It Board member fully I
discussed th rights of the people to
use the eras in public park nd all )
were of th opinion that thl should I
k- wnrntmA nMnt In nlaee where the I
grss waa scarce and effort was being
made to preserve th growth. In the
new rulee th publlo will hav free ac
cess te every public park except In
place designated by sign boards.
Councilman Concannon and othere ap
peared before th board with the Infor
mation that th publio could have ee
of the fair grounds on th evening that
th band eonewt were held there.
TRIAL OF HAU WILL
LAST BUT FEW DAYS
(Journal Special Service.)
Karlsruhe, Germany, July 11. Karl
Hau, f ormr prof or of Roman, law at
Georg Washington unlvkrgity, Wash
ington, who 1 charged with the murder
of Frau Molltor, hi mother-in-law, will
b placed on trial next Wednesday. It
is expected that the legal proceedings
will be brief and will not occupy mor
than thre or four day. Frau Molltor
was shot at Baden-Baden last Novsmber,
and th American educator waa arrested
on a charge of having killed her, extra
dited from England and ha sine been
In priaoi bar awaiting trial. Friend of
Hau allege that h ha been terribly
sbuaed by th officers in an attempt te
make him eonfe. , -
VERY NARROW ESCAPE
(gperlal Plapateh te Tie Joernal.r
tat ton. Wash, July Ik Christian
Kndesvorera on a special train bound for
Seattle hart a narrow eacap yesterday
when a Northern Pacific bridge near
here caught fire. Trackwalkers dis
covered the flame and flagged th spe
cial just in time te save th lire of th
I " - LOTS 0 ' ' 7 LOTS "N i i;, V"- LOTS ('.. , ' ;' ' .' -
I TOoTO- J-'Woo70 J J Hla I- .Lots Only Vv
Jy " r 7 I $2nn to $300
'TT - ' ' .c. V i - . V Carlln to cntr of
.' ;' "' ' ' . X ' ' -"' I ' I trc thU ummrj,
.Jaa- - -.' Saai Ml II Tl in " ltT tir, hlfh
'... "- Vj " ' ' ' "' ' I I grad Improvement.
C ' LOTS B600 A T v' Zy ' I "'"itrtottt bulldlnr ra-
A. TO SrSOO - - . ; 'X'T .- - - f .trlcUons, gratr.
J Bui ib-b - , r of othr. Lew -;-
- k m ' t I prlo eaa't ramain;
r ' V
THE CAR SERVICE
EVERY TEN MINUTES.
$300 AND UP..
THE TERMS i a
10 PEk CENT(CASH, BAL. TO SUH
LAST, BUT NOT LEAST
AN ACRE FOR THE PRICE OF A LOT.
. CHAPIN & HERLOW
' 332 Chamber of Commerce.
" V - ; Phone Main 1652. ,
' 'i a a aaaaAa a aI a444tt4(itili4l(ti4lii4ii4i4
Should Buy This Property :
Th Addition With Okaxeetee.1 .
T. B. Holbrook Co.
SO Mask IU-noM stalk .
4 - OF PIONEER'S LIFE
":J:" - - - . v '
Mr. Elizabeth Story, Well Known
PorthudWoman, Paed Away
' at Her Home. ,.
Mr. Elizabeth Story, a Portland pion
eer and for 14 year a resident of thl
city, died at her horn, II East Eighth
street North," last night She guff rd
a stroke of paralysis some month aoj
and passed gradually and peacefully
Mrs. Story was born 10 Germany.
January , 1141, but cim tolhi coun
try whn a chhd of I years, settling
Mrs. Elizabeth Story.
with her parents in New Tork Stat.
After marrying she came with her hus
band to the Paclflo coast by th Isth
mus of Panama rout when 14 year old
nd first mad ber home In Albany.
Then ah oame to Portland. " For 17
years she has lived continuously In th
home on East Eighth-street. ;
But on child Is left. Mis Lena B.
Stoty. There ar three grandchildren.
8 B. Story, husband Of deceased, died
about 10 years sgo;
' Mrs. Story lived a rralet life And was
Of a kindly and lovable dlanoilon. She
had many friends, on scrount of her
long residence in the en me portion of
the city, who were devoted to her. She
waa a mmber--of tw-Chrlthtn- SHimco
church and th funeral will be held un
der the auspice of that organisation.
Funeral arrangement havl not yet been
completed. . ; ' . -
" " 1 1 '
Trout for Eastern Oregon. V ; j
("peelal Dlapatrk te The laornal.t " i
La Orande, Or, July 11. C. J. Scrlbef
and William Miller have Just received
11.000 young trout from the hatcherleaj,
which they placed In Beaver creek and
the Grand Ronde rivers. Dr. Hacom.
Adblph Newlln snd ether hav also re
st! V ad. isj-g ghipmonta, .
TOO; now gl 646
. to - Mi 0M Irving- .
ton Park, only II
f" block north,,ltn' aa"
B. BOBWAB. Agent
ground ail tn lime. Aioeria car
o East 17th; go three blocks
north to Killingsworth Are.
WILL BE GOOD
Fire Hydrants, for Town
of Lents in Ten Days.
Within 10 aya the Improved water
system of Lents will be in operation.
Only a few dare work remain to be
done before the new tank will b com
pleted. Pipe hav been laid for aom
tliu and everything la waiting on the
construction of the tank which will -jy
i . M..in,K. haw heea Inib-
Btltuted for . older and smaller ones
I. F. Coffman i proprietor of th pla
. tm mabin, the lmnrovement. -aW
Hereafter Lent will hsve plewfy of
water for all purpose and fire hydrants
will be established. Th Lent Im
Drovement club la considering th pur-
ohaae of them and Mr. Coffman has
I signified his jlll!ngn6ss to furnish
I water free of charge. ' .
-a. R. Brown, owner of th old Wood
1 mer waterworks, la also enlarging hi
Lenta la making rapid strides to-
"Ward becoming a city? New places of
buslrrss ar springing up and many
new homes ar in oourse of erection.
Th treetcar company, la making 1m-
Erovement oontlnually and - will soon
egln construction of a double track to
Lent from th city. Real estate sale
' ar numerous and property values are -
Increasing. y - . ,
PRESIDENT J0SSELYN '
x - HONOR DINNER GUEST
Frederick V. Holman Hoat at Social
Gathering for New Traction Head -
-' tvt Arlington Club. v
Frederick V. Holman gave a. dlnnr
last night at th Arlington club la.
honor of Bsnag S. Josselyn, th newly
olected president of th Portland Rail
way.' Light t Power company. In ad
dition, thos prnt wr: Judge W.
B. Gilbert Judg a H. Wolverton.
Judg A. V. Seare Jr, C. S. Jackson, J.
F. Carroll. A. L. Mill. J. C Alnsworth.
C. F, Adams, E. M. Brannick and W. L,
. LUer and telegram of regret were .
received from Governor - Oeorg H.
Chambprtain. flermtor C.- W. Fulton- and -
J aire P. O'Rrlen, who were unaw
V. . h rMion of rirevious
,.I.nt. nnA h,tnt awav from-Por'
land. Mayor Lane. Jud; L. R. Web
it.i. and several other sent regrtta on
account of previous engagements.
Jlrg.. Eosloy Allege Drankennees.
' "ipaeial Dtapatro to Te innmal.l ;
Elgin, Or, July 11. Mr Velma E
ley of thl plac has filed a suit for di
vorce from S. N. Kasley, on the ground
of habitual drilnkenneaa. Mr. and Mrg,
ae)ey hav Uv4 l iU(tt) glnce 1101. .