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. . HIE OREGON,; DAILY JOURNAL; ''PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENINO. JULY 13, 1SS7.
JAP EDITOR PREDICTS
VALET POSES AS
f f V WVVV 1
AND HOT LEAD
, - i 1 T
Admiral Yamamoto's Traveling Companion Saya Conflict
i With America Is as Certain as the Axiom That Two
: v.-" - and Two Slake Four Want Eedress for Insults. '-
, (Joaraal toUl Barries. I -.'!
Nn Turk Jul. It That there HI
"V - .
be no question of war Between jipu
end the United Eta tea la m plJ as the
iTlnm t aa tmt maka four. Writ
' Kojimo Metsukata, Jepanes ot high
" rank. editor of the Kobe Bhlnbun. one
of the hn Influential Japan newe
papers. In an artlcl In th World today,
lie 1 her with Admiral Taraamoto.
There ia no war part In Jipin, h
continues. 'Ther ar about It.MI ut
of ,000,e people who ar esclted. but
Ha 4n nnl want WSri-theV Want rO
' dress for th damsgs inflicted on their
countryman in Ban rranoieoo. 10
; Francisco trouble I to our mutual na
tional, relations a th sting of a gnat
on th human body.' , . . , -
' (Joaraal Snertal gervtes.l
Ban Diego. July IJ.-Army' offlcra
re convinced thft om on connected
-with the Japaneee government deter
mined to eeoure plana of th fortifies
' tlon at Fort Roeecrena. " Last evening
' and told to keep away.
The JaDsnees who was arrested on
' nifliaiT- evemns w ma a. an anavir. nu
r he mad th plea that ha waa traveling
MANY WOULD-BE POLICEMEN m
? PASS ATHLETIC TESTS WELL
tomt on big on: reach out there.
avjruax wuv vnsis) : -w " - -
your heels. Walk on your toes there,
Urn. Watch out, reddy. or you will
tangl up your knea. Bun Ilk a dog.
.not Ilk a. duck.".' " " ' -
Thesa and similar admonitions floated
over th hish board feno Incloelng
Multnomah field, making patent the
fact that II residents of the city who
aspired to wear the brass and blue of
the notice department wer undergoing
their speed tests.
Down in tne Droning sun ox in- arena.
t)ave Campbell, chief Of th fir " d-
piriimoh a' . - . .
fior snd Jack King held stop watches on
th striving candidates. Men of all alsea
to the number of tl took- their tarns
Good 3Iusic and Public Wed-;
7diri Will Be Features
; " September Event
. rr.wt -n.b la )Mla dona bv tha
axccutlve committee In charge ox ins
promotion of -th pure- food- ahow to ba
given by tn Portland Ketall Qrocers'
association from Beptembar"! to 1 tn
clualva. i. W. Dean, general manager ot
tha ahow, has opened his - headquartera
at m Pine atrset and Is rapidly gstUng
tha work )n shspe. .
Already tha greater portion of the
main floor haa been taken for exhibits
. iMia ar Mmtnf In
ana (un; wyitiMuvn. - - - -
daily for apace In tha old Exposition
building wnere in iiiuw ia w
. . . . A . w . tm, a I,1IM' nr.
J L ja; umimniaa tiia. vw m - -.
. . . i Vt. 4 1 1 k. Ana .f Tha
-eiminv e ..... --
leading musical attraetlona, while Miss
UUSS1S MIUUV, IBIUUUa wm a "a u
singer, has also been secured to alng.-
. t t 1V.m- Kalrlna MMltaita S
Jr. LWUJ iliuw, ii-w " " " '
Fubllo wedding ana many oiner unique
natures have been provided, while the
.country store wm ..... Bw "
ot the charitable organisations ot tha
vity,ana wiu sua iohvh w
The committee has arranged for llo,
6o tickets to the show to bs distributed
by the grocers of th city to their
. . wm l t..A fas asVi m wares rt
th work im composed of tb following
Xreerf J. E. MaHl C. n n. r
fn ' KUaIer. Francis S-vly, , Qeors
aWvwisi ana u ' .
Continued from Pass Oneji
out f the council chamber, was:--"I'll
'avw nut a aion ia this corner work.
Th mayor started toward Alder
street fully determined to atop at leaat
tne tearing out or me corner.-
ixrhan km this mornlne- BuDCrintand-
nt Fuller of the street railway eom-
rsny,- said: It was only after tha
ullest consideration had been given tha
matter from every standpoint that the
'company concluded to lay tta track as
they now ar. W know th present
tracks ar objectionable to the public
' but If any one can auggest a better plan
we ahould be glad to hear It.
"If we awung farther out on Second
r First street traffic ' would be ob-
structed a great deal more than It Is
.now. W believe that the preeent plan
-1 bast for all parties concerned.
Medina Too Small.
"Moat of the Portland" sidewalk cor--r
have a radius of less than five feet
iYou Can't Enjoy
YOUR VACJtTIOM ,
ITymi Tino; tinrtni sxranger warrrnj no
v.ii.ai.iB m v pvt.. wri.iw., v trj .,.w,
and cauees you to suffer from sn attack
of Oraaspa, Diarrhoea, arm Blllouraasa, be
on th safe side and taka along a soiUs
A doe at th first
symptom will save
yon tcoch vinnee-
aaary - suffering,
tor It never falls
to keep th gtom
ach, liver -: and
Kidney tn a heal
thy, condition. It
also cure -
room ATP TOT
cos rmiTM -
j Try a bottla. We
7 guarantee It pare.
'irrii. airii a. air. irA 1 1 1
I P RtFDUU SHUW
and ek etch In a for - pleasure. - Th
Japsneee arreatad yesterday has ieen
for aoree time oook of the of fleer' maa
Th akethchee. which were found In hi
baccara, war of good workmanahlp
ana hie supply of engineering Literature
proves him to b a cloaa studaut. , .
(Joaraal Special Servlea.,
Waahlnarton. D. G. Julv It. Officials
of the Judge advocate general's office
aid they did not recall any statute
covering the act of an Individual who
might be detected making drawings of
a fort or other government buildings in
a military reservation. The officials
aid, however, that such reservations
were aublect to such resulatlona aa th
secretary of war promulgated.
Any on on the reservation without
the right to be there, if "found doing
something- that the regulations forbid
is liable to ejectment or any other pun
tab. meat provided. ;
(Jearaal Special Bervtee.t
Vallejo, CaL. July It. Orders wer
received st th Mar Island yard today
from Waahington-tev have, ail launches
1 feet In length and over wbloh ar
attached to the local station equipped
with apparatue for mining harbors Or
ders wer also teoelved to rush work
on th tug Fortune, which is now being
repaired at th yard. .
two at a time tn fleeing from th dis
charge of th pistol behind them toward
the whitewashed strip 100 yards ahead.
Fifteen second may look Ilk a long,
long tlm to Dan Kelly and a few other
fleet-footed youngsters, who win fame
by their ability t make human racing
machines of themaelves, but th period
was aa a breath of th wind to thoe
who went over the eouree yeaterday.
All got under the limit, on or two by
on fifth of a second, others with two
whoia ticks or tn watca to tneir mar
nn. Taken as a whole th bunch waa
brought before th examiners, for Ther
was a greater proportion of IS second
men present than of those who. mad
the distance In It 4-1 seconds.
The successful Jl will finish their H
aminattons with a mental teat today.
.WIFE OF THE' PEACH t
fn-i j. - J 1 . r 1
. A aim im m picture ui nrs. vnauncey
M. . Depew, who with her husband
recently galled to Join her ion on
In Ban Francisco tha corners all have
a radius of 15 fset By cutting off tha
corners on Alder street between First
and Second, a 11-foot radlua la given.
Th mayor maintains that the conven
ience of pedestrians Is lsssened but the
beauty of tha street and the drainage
facilities are greatly enhanced.
"Where sldewalka In Portland are on a
amall radlua the catch baslna reaemble
deep holes In tha ground. On Alder
street where w hav cut off the cor
ners ther will be two gratings Instead
of on and th water can escape much
mors easily. Thers ar a number ot
l a-toot raon in ins city ana mey are
much prettier than tha. other ones." ,
AUTO WRECK KILLS
. MAX.A.T BELLINGIIAM
(Special Dispatch t T JeoraaL)
nn in hun. Wash.. ' Julr II. The
clutch failed to Work as tha auto driven
by John Larson, sv wealthy mas of this
city, was turning Into a narrow road,
tha nuhlrii with its oecunants went
over an embankment, near Bamlsh lake
last night. Larson . received raiai in
juries snd died this morning. Dr. D. E.
Biggs and GitLJiyatt,.-rceivf4 minor
v GO ON EXCURSIONS
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'Seattle. Wash.. July II. Training In
eltlsenshtp waa the general topic of thla
morning s seeelon of the Christian Kn
davor convention. Thla afternoon
will be irenenMiy observed aa a holiday,
and numerous excursion ar planned.
A second rendition of "The We-elah'
will cloee the evening's proceedings.
SCITMITZ'S PLEA LOST
IN APPELLATE COURT
Ran Francisco. Joly 11. -The appellate
court today Indefinitely postponed so
tlon on the appeal of Mayor Behmltx
to compel Judge Dunne to set the date,
for the bearing ot bis bill ot xoeptlone.,
Th court left th saatter te Judge
Dona. - :
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Swindler Bunkoes Mining;
Men at Goldfleld and the
(Joaraal Special service.) .
New Tork. July li, A man who posed
a Lord) De Molerne of England, at
Goldfleld. Nevada, and la other weatrn
towns, and who Is aald to bava bn a
swindler wherever be baa gon. has been
arrested here and will be taken to cm
cago, where chare- of wlfs and child
desertion will be made against him. He
Is also soeueed of defrauding many
Chicago meat packera. It Is said that
in Ooldfield he duped ssveral prominent
oltlsens to tha extent of laJOO. H
gives his full name aa Cecil W. B. i
Tha raal Tinl Tim Molema Who i HOW
In Chicago oooperated with th poiic
In tracing the man who misused hie
ima, Ma uvs the swindler wn for
merly employed as valet bv hla brother,
Captain 15 Moleyne. In England. The
nriaonar swindled manv pereona In Aus
tralia before coming to this country, It
la alleged. -
During tbVBoer war, it la said, th
man under arrest purchased large quan
tities of eannea meaia ana sola mem
for his own gain, while the bills ware
aent to tha office of the British consul.
- - POETLAND QUARTERS -
(Continued from Page One.)
"When I sav-w - found - conditions
good and tho ' work of ths various
Drancnea OI in aaparxmeni pros-Teasing
fsvorablr. I mean that w found all of
ficials hard at work, striving to prose
cut th government' bualneea.a rap.
wiy as possible,
. V madloal Ohacgaa.
"Ther ar no radical changes to be
made In the service, our neeaea improve
ments will pe made wnerever mey nave
baan found neoeasarv. Thla la chiefly
In tha way of adding men In one place,
ahlfting about In others and making rec
ommendatlone that will bava for their
purpoe th extension of th work,
"I am very well aatUfled with condi
tion a as I found thsm. - I have been Im
pressed with th seal- and activity dis
played at all places, and have secured
much valuable Information that oould
be gained only by a personal visit to th
At nnon Saeretarv Oarflald and party
wer th -ruestr-wf honor- at a lunohcon
f iven by nr. rienry w. lo a nm
era - realdenc. Tho who - attended
wer 8crtary Garfield, John N. Oar
field, Judg Balllnger, Mr. Plnchot, Mr.
Newell. Dr. Mode. Senator Fulton, Cos
gressmsn Hawley and EUlla, H. W. Scott
and Tom Richardson.
When seen at noon, after conferring
with- local off iclala, Secretary Oarflald
stated that ha had found tha same gen
eral activity apparent In Portland fed
eral office that he found alaewher.
Everything Is sll right." he said. "I
have luat concluded conference - with
nearly every head Of th branches of
the government aervica In the city and
am wall pleased with tha showing
... Ji Tlsltcd Oregoa City.
At t o'clock th party lft for Or
gon City In a special car over tha O.
W. P. line. Accompanying on the trip
to Oregon City wsre united States At
torney William C. Bristol, Maror Harry
Lane, ex-Senator Frederick W. Mulkey,
Postmaster John W. Mlnto. R. L, Dur-k-M
r. r UaMaw w l Umimh n g
Tutt'le, 'B. A. AllerC' J. A.' Holmes. H. jH
Brown, R. F. Prasl and A. M. Smith.
Returning from Oregon City the mem
bers mads ths trip down ths river In
launches, -with a brief atop at tha Oaks.
Before th trip to Oregon City th mem
ber enjoyed an automobile ride about
the city In which they were Joined by
iullue Meier,., J.. C. Alns worth, and R.
Tonight - a banquet will be given In
honor of Secretary Oarflald at the Com
mercial club. In addition to tha 115 lo
cal guests to attend will ba tha mem
bers ot tha official party. Th speakers
will be. Secretary Oarflald, Judge Bel
linger. Director Newell, Chief Forester
Plnchot W. J. McOee, Joseph A. Holmes,
Governor Chamberlain, Judge Stephen
A. LowelL of Pendleton: C E. B. Wood,
benator EL W. Halnea, of Forest Orove;
Dr. H. W. Cos and Senator C. W. Hod
son. Th banquet will also be attended by
well known bualneaa men of Ralem,
Hermlston, Forest Orov. Pendleton,
Baker City and other Oregon cities.
Muslo will bs furnished by th Fort
land Mala quartet,
CHINAMEN TO RETURN"
TO FRISCO QUARTERS
(Journal I pedal gerrlee.)
8aa Francisco,- July-ll.-- At a signal
from th Chinas consul-general Mon
day, 11,000 plei ailed orientals who hav
tempo rarllv resided In Oakland sines ths
greet conflagration will cross ths bay
and establlsn themselves In their old
quarters behind Portsmouth square
th Chinatown of -earliest' 'Frisco his
tory. Substantial new brick buildings
of three and four atotie have been
erected for tha accommodation of the
orientals. Most of thee have been lsv
lahly decorated with red and green paint
and gold leaf, preserving In a meaaure
the Aalatlo atmosphere All of the old
traditions and customs will bs restored
and Chinatown will again become th
ahow plae of th city. -- -
JUDGE FERRISS WILL
PROBE STANDARD OIL
(Joaraal Special tv1c.) '' ;
St Louis, Mo.i July II. Former
Judge Fra.iklln Ferris of this city, who
whs recently appointed xamlnr to take
testimony in th government' suit
against the Standard OH company, J will
begin his labora next week and will col
lect evidence to be presented st the next
court hesrlng of the case on September
15. Judge Ferries will rule on all testi
mony -submitted throughout the country
In th attempt to prove that tha Stand
ard OH company Is sn lilsgsl corpora
tion, tha outgrowth of a consptraey-that
had Its beginning in 1170.' Testimony
will probably b taken during th course
of th eaae la all parte ot the country
where -th Standard doea business.,
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j Bird Beat Telegraph.
From tha London Evening Standard.
A pigeon behmgtng to John Shuker of
the Market Drayton Homing club, re
lax e ad at Gloucester, arrived at Market
Drayton In Tl minutes. In which. tlm
he covered a dtetanc of 71 miles.
The bird returned 1 minutes before
the telegram arrived announcing Its re
lease from Gloucester.
: FOOD '
"There's a Ksason" v,J
Fleet fugitive Chased in
Vain by City Marshal
at The Dalles.
(Special rnapeteh te The Joe mat)
Tha Dalles, Or.. July 1. City Mar
shall Sexton flrcev "re shots yeeter-
day at a man nafft", Peters, whom h
was trying to arrestj. yh man finally
escaped bv running vVougb an alley,
and th officer, who drVw a dad eight
on him. was afraid to shoot because
two laboring men wer croaslng tha
street directly In front ot Peters. Tbs
fellow waa aa fleet aa a doer. whP th
officer was suffering from aa attack of
rneumatism. r .
Peters wss charged with breaking
open a trunk at th Obarr hotel, and
mere ia a mystsry surrounoung tn af
fair which has not been cleared. It
Mint that W. H. Noel haa been working
at the Hotel about three week, and hi
wife haa been living at Troutdalo. Th
proprietor told Noel to bring bis wlfs
to The Dalles, and ha would slvs her
eraployement Mrs. Noel arrived Thurs
day, but atated that at Hood River Pet
era stole hsr trunk check. On th after
noon looal she returned to Hood River.
and arrived yesterday morning with her
trunk. Soon after tha trunk waa de
posited at tha hotel Peters appeared on
the acena and. it ia charged, forcibly
opened the trunk. Noel recognised the
man oy nia voice ana teiepnonea to
an of floor to hav him arrested. He
told tha officer that ha had trouble with
Peters, who was in lov with his wlfs
before he - married - her and swore he
would kill Noel. They met soma tlm
afterward and Noel aars h waa shot
through tha shoulder and beaten Into in
sensibility. - . .
Sine that tlm ho haa been very
much afraid of Patera and ha would not
accompany - Sexton In attempting th
Th offtoor followed ' Peters two
blocke.' and when ha waa near enough to
him told him to throw ,up hla hands.
Then'Petera took to hi heels and th
officer fired. .
Peters will probably be arrested and
then tne mystery surrounding th al
leged shooting of Noel and th stealing
of tha cheek and consequent breaking
of tha trunk and theft of letters and
papers will doubtleaa ba made plain.
STOLE GRIP WITH
Bnt It Was tn Bonds and Secnrltiea
Instead of Cash Thieves Soon : ;
"Z'bk Jail, "" Ashland. -r:
(Soectal mspetch t The Joamet) '
Ashland. Ore., July 11. Pet YarsaUa,
eolored. and Qua -Wllllav a. young white
man, were xamlnd in Judg M. F.
Eggleeton's court here yesterday on th
charge of stealing a suit cass of O. H.
Perry from a car of the train between
Ashland and Gold Hill Wednesday night
and eommltted tor trial in th circuit
court. Parry la a mining man of Ari
sona and his suit caaa contained bonds
and securities worth about 130,000.
Ths thlsvss. alter securln tha case
from the car. took a train back to Cen
tral Point, where, removing the valuable
papers, uiey carriea tne veils .to a neia
and thenos backtracked toward Ashland.
Perry secured a warrant at Ashland
and - Chief - Slmone - caught - tha - men
Thursday evening east of Talent, Some
of Perry's effects wer found upon
them. .The bonds and. securities they
had axpreaaed to a name at Baoramsnto.
when they were removed at Central
Point, and thes hav since been secured
for Mr. Perry- . j- - -'. -"
FRIENDS OF JUDGE .
ARE SENT TO PRISON
(Jovrnal Special Servlee.)
' Toledo. Ohio. July U-JTwnty-thr
of Toledo's wealthiest buslnaaa men
war sentenced by Judg Llndley W.
Morris to serve six months In the work
house and to pay flnea of 11,000 each
for violating tha Valentin : anti-trust
law. Owing to tho fact that there Is an
epldemla of emallpoz In the workhouas
tne Judge suspended ths ssntsnce for
ten days, at ths end of which tlma tha
men must begin to serve their eentencee.
They pleaded guilty and conaequently
cannot appeal. Their one hope of escap
ing lies in th attack on the constitu
tionality of the law made In th famoua
Ice combine cases of a year ago, now be
fore tho supreme court. This hope, how
ever, Is slender.
The men sentenced wer lumber deal
era, brick manufacturers snd bridge men.
All were old friends ot ths Judgs, and
pleaded guilty before him two months
gao. When they faced him for sentence
the altuatlon was dramatic Judga
Morris gave th men a scathing lecture
before passing sentence. He said ha
had come to the conclusion thst ths
mere sssesalng of fines would not check
members of illegal combinations and
that tha only remedy society can have
Is to sea that every violator of tha law
serves a term in, prison.
RENT ROOM IN WHICH
TO LEAVE VICTIM
(Special Dlaparck ts Tb Joaraal.)
Billings, Mont, July 11. E. H. CadsU.
a telegrapher, la the victim of a mys
terious murder, which is pussllng ths
police. Cade 11 was brought In a dying
oondltlon to a lodging house conducted
by a Chinas by two unknown men, who
engaged a room hurriedly, threv Cadeir
form In on the floor and then left. The
man aoon aspired. Cadell'a head was
traotured by some Instrument. Nothing
of value had been taken from Cadell'a
person, and h Is thought to hav been
the victim of soms ons's vsngesnce.
; . MUST DIG UP FEES
(gpraT Tkptcs li7bVmimZY
Olympla, Wash., July II. State Trea
surer Oeorge O. Mills has made th dis
covery that considerable auma of money
Being an Alkaline Liquid
Dentrif ice, SOZODONT
penetrates all the little crev
ices of the teeth, neutralizes
the dangerous ' mouth : acids
and purifies the whole tooth
structure; making the teeth
strong and well.
Stand by SOZODONT, and
your teeth will stand by you. ,
... ' sjaiMilinas) '
I Crystal Wafer
Consisting of ofio Pitcher :
. and six Tumblers ,'v.
Reenter valze JL5I
HOW Iil3 i W
Persons tuff ering from heart
troubles should avoid coffee.
Secur a heart tonic and a
coupon -for . . ;
From Siddmore. "Drug Cow
Jones Drug Store, and Allen
Drug Co-j r who rtcommend
it.i Golden Grain Granules
for sale by the grocery trade.
llakes ths akin Ilka you want it.
Does it In a aoaent. -
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" cMagnotia 'Balriu
A liquid preparation for Faoe,
. Meek, Aras and Hands.
It is neither sticky "nor greaiyT
- --It's harmless, olean
7 -t And refreshing..-;; - t .;
; Cannot be detected. r , : ".'
Two colors Pink and White.
Use it norning, noon and night,
' Winter, Spring. Suaner, Fall.
': ; SAMPLE FREEv'.:.
LrosMro. Co., 44 a. Firth St., Brooklym, W.T.
are eolleetad by the different stat In
stitutions, educational and others, la the
form of fees for diplomas and ether
aervloee, for which no special account
ing haa been made to the stat tressurer
In the past but whtoh now must be turn
ed into the treasury dally under an act
Of- the last legislature. The governor
haa been called on to ad via the stats
Institutions to render an aocountlng.
Treaaurer Mill submitted the matter
to the attorney general, who advises
him thst ths funds must be turned Int
th treasury. The stste educational ln
stltutlons collect fees for - diplomas
granted, for laboratory work, for spe
cial eourses of study and other things,
snd It haa been euetomary In th peat
for all such moneys to be turned Into
whst is celled an ''Incidental fund" for
tha use of th lnatltutlon itself.
(Continued from Fe Ona)
which wss well rubbed In. This treat
ment waa more or less heroic; but there
waa mora to coma
Tire Most Sabjugasa Basaoa. ,
explaining that fira was necessary for
tha complete eubjticatlon of th demon
of rheumatism, the celeetlal medical
man touched a match to tha annolnted
knee. Brlsht blue blase sprang up. 80
did Johnson, snd he forgot his malady
long snough to chas the medicine man
out of his domicile. Then he applied
good old Finnish lotions to ths over
heated lolnt and sought th district at
torney for reparation.
Wing Lee haa been convicted onne or
twice before for practicing medicine
without a license, and th laat tlm sav
hi word to th district attorney that
he would seek new pastures tor th
employment of hr oriental activities
He haa evidently not kept his promise
and Deputy Bert Haney flow proml.ea
to send him to 111 for a short sojourn
In which to meditate upon th cons.
Qtiencee of promises mad te, th Law
but afterwards broken. v . ,
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The BRE.AK1LRS HOTEL
UAsnra txnaam mxiom or ' rn nemo mtsviR.
EUetrle tight, Bteam, Hot and Cold Salt Water In Every Tub. Buy Tickets
te Breakers, FaelAo County, Wash. Fos toffies Address, Breakers, Wash,
. TURK AND QOUOH WTPltCTS
SAN riANCISCO --astsjAt,
SVMMtS MATES "T
Kew betel, feees Jeffesaea Bquara' Tw
Meeke frees Tsa Nesa Ava, the si went she-
ping district. Car lines transferrins sll eves
elty,' pees doer. Bvery sneaere eesvenieeee.
Asesrieaa end European plane. Prlesa medaa.
Stew Omnibus aieets sll trsiss,
v STEWART BARKER CO. .
The Botol Btewsrt Opens Septnber 1st,
.... . -fToi sBATmrmv snrw
Hotel "Key RoDteioo"
22nd Street and Broadway
Sunny romna, private bathe, long-die-taaee
telephones, com pressed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carte with
euTaln and eenrle unsurpassed. - Tor
rates, etc, address ' N 4. : k.
N. a MITIXAN, Manager.
Formerly Assistant Manager r Palao
, Hotel. Saa Franoiaoo.
aiUs Sttwet, Bet. peweu aad aCaaea,
... Saa rraaciaee.V
NOW OPtN ;
Strtotly riret-cnaaa, Aohly rite
proof, iss Boesaai ee with Beth, -"
. J. tMimt, Mgr.
"Lctit bc good or let it
alone; poor coffee is poor
consolation.-1 11 ; v -Hr-
year ay If y die1!
ITs SchilHsg't Best:
we r hlsk ' . .
Imw XoUt eherUrs BUI Void. .'
(SseeUl Msseteh te Tse JeenuL)
Olympla, Vfaah., July It. -Attorney-General
Atkinson has advised the board
of control that th law requiring sher
iff to transport non-resident Insan
persons to their heme he been held
null and void by th supreme court and
therefore bills ef eherlfla for auch ear-
floe eeoMt be eilwe.
1 11 WIMP
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' PORTLAND. ORICOOl "
EUROPKAN PLAN ONLY '
RCADQUARTEItS rOR TOOJUSTS
. ,, - AND COMMKRCIAI. .
: ;' ' " TRAVSLBRa. - -? ' ; -
' Everything t eat and drink, east
It coats no mere la th , . .,
Portland Hotel Retkaaeue
thaa alsewbsr In th elty.
weekday alght from (:! te 11 .
" m. o. Bowxms. Ka
. OOB. TraZBS AJTS BtAXsT
Fortlndi UfttaisiK. asnd
Mosit Modern Hotel
- New Building, conveniently locat
ed, Otted 1 with tha latest designed
furniture, hot and " cold water tn
every, room, private bathe, modern
Grill, long dlatanc telephone, free
automebtle bus. sample room, tree
from noise, feeing pies. Rates $1
and a p. - : ,
Hotel Salt Air
" ' oasTaat Ltoji. ' ' " .
,t Bhrsry .' modern convenience: xeel
lant board. For taring writ MR& W, ,
B. HUTC'HlNBOr;long Beaoh, Wash."
CAMP JUST FOR FUN!
On OOX.UICBXA. KLOtTOX. It Is an Meal
plae for plenlo part lea, lota of aloe,
cool shade tress; toe cream stand; boats
for rent ItHo par hour; 1.00 par-day.
Vancouver oars; get off .at Farreir
crossing, walk north te slough: far go.
tefsrd atoek Causes. Ooeeg. ' i
AUea leewLe wri braae.
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