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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, TORTLAND, MONDAY EVENINO, JULY 15, 1S07.
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THE JOURNAL AT RESORTS
"ubooHbeva ah he.w 4ti TnnrnAl -
lowing- resorts by notifying the agents
at the various places mentioned. t)ub-
scriptlona by malt are payable la aa
ORE OO If RESORTS. v
Oearhart Park F. J. Btriea-
HotJLake Mot lk Sanitarium
Seaside Iew1s Co.
Wlluolt Springs.......... W. MoLsran
WASHINGTON RESORTS. .
- wn rprings. ................. j ,
Boyd A Son and Mineral Spring ,e!
Casoeda Springs. Thomas Moffett
, Coin,,, Sprlna C, T. Belcher
Uwaoo. Louis Cohen
-ong jjeaah...a 1 .; y
. Marshall at Pottsnger and Q. A. Smith
Nahcotta H. J. Brown
Ocean Park ....Matthews Thedford
Seavlew Frank El Btrauhal
The Breakers.. The Breakers Hotel
Marquam Orsnd, A w'l
Grand ..................... .vauaevuie
Ly rlo. ... . .j'Sweel Nell of Old Drurf'
Star T'he Strang Adventures of
. Miss Brown"
mi i w n M.iin. n..t ..A
i 1 un
abere of Portland Photo-Engrev-
Union. No. tl. held their annual
Dlonlo at Baartss island yeeteraay ana
n Joyed the day hugelyv From the time
the party left Merrill's boathouss early
In the morning- until they returned at
o'clock all kept up a continuous round
of good tlmea. Including1 running raoes
. and a baseball game between the "Kes
ley graduate class, 10 V and the "White
Liners." All sorts of rood things had
i been prepared In the way of rsfrssh-
. lH.l.ilfi fit. -Arut . like
mother used to make.
' The promised convention of the bag
gage agents of the liarrtman lines did
not materialise today owing to the un
avoidable absence of a number of the
prominent members of the business. It
was found soma time ago that several
.members would not do aoie 10 on jr-
. ... Da.iUi.iI . Ih. .nfiAlntM time
and accordingly the convention was
postponed until September 14, when It
wni be Anally held in this city. The
same program will be earned- out at
vention whlol was to hv ml "today.
iMm msmsmI A m war Mtk ' TTllBrTl
Brady, the weil-known diver, yesUrday
m a l a a . A W B.lV .. AW A
IVUUTWVU VH WW a e '
'young Austrian who accidentally fell
. Into the river from a scow of the star
Ban company In North Portland last
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rriaaysna wu bwutoi" wwu
Coroner Flnley was notified and re
moved the body to ths morgue. Aa. there
. n -tnAa. h. ninp in vhlnh
Batch came to his death will remain
mystsry. As the death of ths young
man was accidental no Inquest will be
held. , ; - . '
John B. Gray pleaded "guilty to the
charge of obtaining 11.60 from & West
by false pretenses In the circuit court
this morning. Judge Boar sentenced
Oray to a year In the penitentiary, but
paroled him on account of his previous
good character on his promise to make
restitution of the money be had ob
tained on the forged check. Gray's at
torney said that the check had been
passed while Gray was suffering from
over-inouigenc in intoxicants, ... ;
- Card of Thanks Peterson V Fanoette
wish to thank ths publlo for ths gener
ous patronage tendered them on ths
opening of their grocery at East Thirty
fourth street and Hawthorne avenue.
Fifteen hundred ' people attended . .the
opening sale, rid' Messrs. Peterson and
Fauce tut were agrseably pleased with
ths reception. t . , . ! f ; -
Hugh C Bellinger, grandson of the
lata Judge C. B. Bellinger and son of
Oscar H. Bellinger, also deoeased. led
yesterday afternoon after a short ill
ness. Ths young man was It years old
and lived at Woodstock with his mother.
Funeral arrangements are awaiting ths
return of Deceased's mother, who Is out
:of ths cityv '.-
7 "Morality Under Socialism." was ths
subject of an address delivered by
George Vsndergoet at a Socialist meet
ing In Altaky hall last night. Me con
tended that preeent-day morals are af
fected by wealth and capitalistic Inter
eats, whereas under socialism a higher
plane, would be reached by true living.
Juvenile court day at the Oaks, post
poned last month on. account of rain,
will occur next Friday. July 11, when
the wards of Vse Juvenile court will be
entertslned at -the resort 'an ths river;
A portion of the day's receipts will bs
donated to' ths- Juveniles Improvement
staoclatlon to form the nucleus of an
Water throught boss for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks, or washing porches
or windows must bs paid for in advance
and used only between ths hours of t
and 8 a. m.,-and and f p. m. It must
not bs used for sprinkling streets. If
used contrary to inese rules, or wssis
fully, it will be shut off.
V , Rsr. bV Wallace Bhepherd addressed
t ths young men's msstlng of ths T. M.
C. A. at Mount Tabor yesterday after-ifes,-
He took for his subject "Infidels'
(ibVlons to the Bible." Ths meeting
wss held cn the east Slope or Mount
. Tabor, not far from ths and of ths car
- line. - , ;.; ;- : -
Ths estate of Arthur Davenport has
property valued at 107,l according to
ths report filed In the county court this
morning by the appralaers, Tyler Wood
mnrd. J. H. Hnddleaon and S. Farrell.
The property is all 'real estate In Port-
Steamer ' Jenss Harklns". for Camas.
Waahougal and way landlnga. dailv ex
rapt Sunday. Leaves Washington strset
-dock at 1 p. m. - r-
Kelly's Family Liquor Store is a good
F' reecrlptlon for that "dry rVunday" feei
ng, order early.- Corner . Park and
Morrison, , ,
"""Woman's Exchange, lit Tenth street,
lunch 11:10 to I; business men's lunch.
Henry Shaefer. accused'of asssult and
battery by beating his wife, appeared
before Judge Beara in the circuit court
' iriQumiEs Fon
kin cn stbeets
To Hie Qerls
X VER THTNK how easy
r . it w u 1 d be to lay
aalds a sufficient sum
for ' an enjoyable vacation
by starting a earth gs ac
count with nsT .... . a. ...
VVcPay 4 Interest
'. , Compounded Twios Every
Oregon Trust &
' Sixth and Washington Bts
- ; t Portland, Oregon.
'; ' '
DcposIU Over J2.600.CC0
. W. H. Moor. .'. . .President
, B. IL Lrtle..Vloe-Preeident
.' W. Cooper Morris. .Caahlar
Tou will find It dellciously
dlffeTsnt from-'that ordinarily
old. Ws guarantee 'Us purity.
Dainty' and substantial lunch -also,
fountain drinks served 'all
flay and evening. .; "V"7 ' .
'."-ROyal Bakery Q T
- Confectionery ;
West Park and Washington
Pastor of First Presbyterian
Church Delivers Strong '
: - Sermon. ,
TEXT IS TAKEN FIIOK "
TDIELY BIBLE TEXT
Print Wards of Baddalvta Big Fol
; lowers Vmtd to Rrfata Claim That
AH Good In Christianity Hag Bern
Anticipated tn Bnddhlsm.' , . ' '
City Council Will Be Asked
to Aid State in Having:
:"Z Rules Obeyed.
Because of the inability of the fruit
commissioner to satisfactorily anforcs
ths spraying laws In so large a city aa
Portland ths stats board Of horticulture
Is preparing a resolution to be intrqr
duced in city council putting this work
under the city's supervision. It is ths
plan to have ths nsw arrangement com
pleted before ths spraying season eom
menoes nest winter.
Complaints of different kinds have
reached ths board from all parts of ths
city regarding ths spraying. Some hare
sprayed their trees and others near
havs not, which effectually does away
with "any benefit the spraying might
havs dona.. Another very difficult prob
lem is that of watching the men who
do the spraying as sometimes they will
use solutions that - are ineffectual.
Property owners complain that the soals
Is lust as bad after spraying has been
"All these things can only be regulated
by ths city." said H. M. Williamson,
secretary of the stats "horticultural
board. "The problem - of compelling
the property owners ts spray-and at
the same time watching the sprayers
la too much of a task for one man."
Another matter mentioned by Mr
Williamson Is the difficulty of finding
the owners of some of the property. Mr.
Wllluunson said it sometimes took sev
eral days to run down the proprietor
of a bunoa of infected trees. In fact
there are a number of smaller irritating
problems that continually confront ths
this morning and was . allowed nntll
Wednesday to enter a plea. His ball
was fixed at HOP. .,
' Wanted Bookkeeper, with experience;
stats salary -en pee ted and give refer
ences. Union Bos at Lumber Cot, foot
of Montgomery street.
Navajo Indian blankets. Ill Sixth St.
Alaska Indian baskets. Ill Sixth St.
Eastman kodaks. 111 Sixth street.,
"C" Elmore Grove, formerly at 44
Washington street, has opened his new
studio at lit Washington, corner Park.
Acme 6tl Co. sells ths best safety ooal
oil and fin gasoline. Phons East Til.
"Golden Grain Granules' is Of ths
highest quality. D. C Burns. . ,
D. Chambers, optician, 111 Seventh,
Berger signs U 4 Yamhill phons.
Bark Tonlo for rheumatism.
Tor' my people havs committed two i
evils; they have forsaken me ths foun
tain of llvlne? waters, and .hewed them
out cisterns, broken cisterns, that can
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noia uu water. w.nn. n -.
This text-formed the them Of M
exceedingly impressive sermon by . the
Rev. .William Hiram rouutss, or ue
First Presbyterian church, last svenlng'.
. -. 1 Tan,. So cisterns.- .
. Coming from ths time of Jeremiah
down to the- present, particular stress
In this land of liberty, educated. Intel.
ligent people are lurnins 10 nn
represented by the numerous cults,
m .v t ... n. a . . r
sentsd by ths Church of Christ: endeav
oring 10 new, wun lnnniie iri
toll, out of ths rocks of speculation
and philosophy, cisterns In which to
stors truth, which, whsn stored, can
only become stagnant.
Ths dying words of Buddha to his
followers: must now leave you, and
as I now leave you I must Impress It
upon you that ths parts snd powers of
man must bs dissolved work out your
own salvation with dUllgence," were
quoted In refutation of the claim that
all that Is good In Christianity has been
anticipated In Buddhism. Judged by
its fruits it utterly falls to satisfy,
as do all ths other forms of faith in
which people are seeking to find re
lief, finding tnstesd sterile dearth and
barrenness, desolation . and ruin, ths
most deplorable aspect of such effort
being the fact that they ars turning
away from the Church of Christ, fol
lowing aftsr strange gods, possibly ths
' name of a woman, hewing out broken
cisterns which cannot hold water, while
the fountain of life will hot be stopped,
because it has been open forever.
pan Torsaks OislsrM.
Thsrs is. however, an alternative.
Just as It Is posslbls to forsake ths
fountalnfor ths cistern. It is equally
Possible to forsake ths cistern snd go
ack to the fountain; not necessarily
ruin, but - repentance,- turning to the
living fountain and drinking again In
'Ir.lroulkes begins hU. vacation' this
week, and next 8abbath thq Ksv. Ira
W . LftQUnui, "
vllte, -Tennessee, will preach momlna
and svenlng. Dr. Landrlth Is one of
the great men of the reunited Presby
terian church, being the leader of the
i 1-.... .a-mam In thm rannlflH vhmn
utawMw .v.wu ... -- -
has been accomplished between the Pres.
byteiian cnurcn, norm, una m Cum
berland Presbyterian church. Following
him for three Sundays the Rev. Wil
liam FoulkeB.-rr.-T..-of". Kanaas City.
Kansas, will preach, and following htm
ths Rev. Mn Charles Gorman Richards,
of Sterling. Illinois.
... . ' .
- ; " RECORD AL'DIKNCB .
Every 6ai Riled and People Stood
. In Tien to Hear Dr. Broagher. '
To an audience that occupied every
seat and stood In tiers about ths walla.
Dr. J. Whitcomb Broughar spoks last
evenlne; on "Mismated, or an.Unfortu
nkte Marriage," taking the case of Abl
ssll and NabaJ- Of Abigail hs said that
Iks was beautiful with a beauty which
signified good disposition, a pure heart
and- a noble character. Her face was
not the flirty type which displays a
silly disposition, a shallow nature and
an untrustworthy character. She was
sensible. Down beneath all usefulness
must rest a good under tending. .
. "The young woman of todsy who Is
going to meet the great problems of life
and who Is going to fill that most re
luinilhl. nf all noaitlons in ths world.
a- true wife and mother, must be thor
oughly educated.' Bne wu inausinoua:
h knew how to manure her household
well. The successful wife must be a
helpmeet, not merely a neip-io-eat mean.
She was virtuous, she was religious..
"Kkbal was rich and of good family
but money has no power of Itself to
hrlne? hanntneaa to a home. He wss
ill-tempered, he was intemperate, he
was Irreltfflous. But what did Abigail
dot Sha did. not become faithless to her
husband and enter upon a lire or inn
Ins; with other men. Such a course can
nnlv anil In the loss of reputation for
the woman and her ultimate dlagraos
and ruin. She did not seek a divorce.
"I am not opposed to divorce on
nrnner arrounda I do not believe God
Almighty, sver Intended ..that a sweet,
fiure, true, noble woman should 11 vs a
Ifs of misery ss ths wlfs of soms
faithless drunken scoundrel wno is un
true to her and to his marriage vows.
Nevertheless,"- Abigail did not seek a
divorce: shs remained true to Nabal
and God delivered her through the death
of her worthless husband. Whatever
comes between husband and wife there
Is but ons thins: to do be true to your
conscience; be true to God and in due
time soms way, somehow you may re
alise all that God has In stors for
"RIGHTS OP PARENTS"
Beck Jeweler 101 Alder,
Klser., Soenio photos. Imperial hotel.
Important to Everybody.
For a number of years I have been
making arid using in my family and
supplying to my friends a remedy that
cured me of chronic Indigestion and con
stipation, aftsr doctors had failed. Da
string that tba public may benefit by my
dlsoovsry I will discloss ths formula
for its mannfacturs for the mere ex
pense of writing and mailing asms. Is
eaav to make and an Infallible cure. In
eloes a silver dims and to stamp ts Pa
elds Specialty company. Dept. G, Ban
Francisco, CaL . -
WILLIAM M'GEE TO.
HE ORDAINED PBIEST
(Bjnerlel tn.natrh ts. Ttie Jarnal.t
SaUm, Or., July 11. WlllUra MoOee
of this city will sssums ths sacred robes
of ths priesthood at Portland at St.
Mary's cathedral next Thursday.' Hs is
the eon of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. McGee
nf galem snd has been sttendlng St.
Patrick's seminary st Menlo Park. Cali
fornia. He la tl years of age and was
bora la Illinois.
Rev. Corby Delivered Effective get
. moa on This Problem of Today.
Rev. James D. Corby, pastor f ths
TJniverssllst church, delivered an ef
fective sermon yeeterday morning on
the - Rights of Parents.- -
Ths speaker contended that the whole
problem of human existence circled
about the home, that man was so cre
ated that the family was i the unit of
existence. This was the young peoples
ags, ths pastor said, where the men of
40 was put on ths shelf and ths young
man was sought In all ths walks of
life. - -
This spirit of ths present age was
obscuring ths old world Ideas of lovs
and honor to be rendered parents by
their young. Tot the-most beautiful
thing In hiatnry wss the reverenoe paid
by the children in olden times to their
Ths pastor contended that the admoni
tion for children to honor their parents
and the promise of preferment to those
who did held good in these days as it
did in tlmea now paaL . He tUeaded for
the care and klndneaa whlehA ought to
bs shown by the young to the old and
argued that this spirit.' ft national,
would bs a bulwark of strength to the
continued progress and prosperity of
the nation. - .
Rey. True- Wilson Demands That AH
Fakers Be Prosecuted. .
Ttev. Clarence True Wilson, at Grace
Methodist church last night, took occa
sion' mercilessly to flay the horde f
clairvoyants, palmists and kindred fak
ers who st the present time Infest the
city, and Incidentally ehtded those who
are wont to patronise them. The
sneaker took for hie text II Timothy,
111:11, snd the subject of ths timely ser
mon was "Fool Catchers snd the Para
sites that Prey on ths Life of Port
land" He said in part;
"It la not my purpose to attempt to
explain the known phenomena of thought
Uaasfsreooa. sf Kind, reading, nor Uut
MlLlL JEWELRY, Etc
Since opening our doors in this city a couple of yean ago, our business has steadily increased, each month showing a gratifying in
crease of sales over the previous month. It is now necessary for us to enlarge our store and add new fixtures. When a store Is
upset and the ears are greeted with the noise of hammers, most people pass on to more agreeable surroundings. We realize this,
and to make lt"an object for you to call, we have made some remarkable reductions in price, as you wUl realise by scanning the
ii jure quoted DeiOW. w e jui hiumito
a sale of diamonds, which was success-
STXTS PTJtTwS -
COFFEE SETS ; .
TABLE SPOONS "T
KNIVES AND FORKS
TEASPOONS " .
COLD MEAT FORKS
- 14k Solid Gold Set Rings
Which are mounted with the finest gems the market af
fordsDiamonds, Rubies, Emeralds, Sapphires, Pearls,
Letc; Garnets, Turquoise, Topaz,. Amethyst and all other
' stones used in the jewelry art.
$500.00 Rings reduced to....,
$400.00 Rings reduced to..,.
$250.0d Rings reduced to...
-$100.00 Rings reduced to.;iiiVs. ji'..ri
$75.00 Rings reduced to. ..... . . . . . .
$50.00 Rings reduced to......t
$35.00 Rines reduced to. ....... .
. $30.00 Rings reduced to
$20.00 Rings reduced to ........... ....... .
j$10.00 Rings reduced to
i $8.00 Rings reduced to ............. r
$5.00 Rings reduced to i'..
; $3.00 Rings reduced to. ......
$2,00 Rings reduced to
fill beyond our fondest expectations,
but we gave the values -and kept faith
with the public who are not slow to
discover the genuine from the bogus.
' All precious stones in settings will be
Included in the present sale. The sale
that we now inaugurate has never been
duplicated in. this city and a visit to our
store will convince you of the sincerity
of this statement.
r 14k Solid Gold and Gold filled Brooches
Set with precious and semi-precious stones, the latest
spring designs and guaranteed full 14.K. .
$600.00. Brooches reduced to...;.V...T..525.00
$500.00 Brooches"reduced to. 77. .TTTTiTrrr lSO.OO
$350.00 Brooches reduced to. . . $300.00
$250.00 Brooches reduced to....,.,,....V..$2OO.0O
$175.00 Brooches reduced to.. ...$150.00
$100.00 Brooches'reduced to rV i i . i t7i77L $75.00 (
$75.00 Brooches reduced to,....,....... $58.00
$60.00 Brooches reduced to........ ...... S47.0O
$40.00 Brooches reduced to. $32.00
$35.00 Brooches reduced to. ;.;...'.... .... $27.50
$20.00 Brooches reduced to.'. $15.00
$10.00 Brooches reduced to.... , . $6.50
$7.00 Brooches reduced to. $5.00
$5.00 Brooches reduced to, ............. . $30
$3.00 Brooches reduced to m $2.00
14k solid doid, Ooid
Filled and Sterling
These are goods that we buy from manu-
facturers that produce onlV the most ar
Itistic designs arid best quality of goods
- set-with diamonds and rubies of best
quality. T - - .
' HK SOLID GOLD. , t 7 :
Former pfice$85 Durihgale" $70.00
'FftrmM' nriee $75 Durintrsale $60.00
Former price $60 During sale
Former price $50 During sale
Former price $35 During sale
Former price $25--During sale
7 Former price $20 During sale
Former price $15 During sale
Former price $12 During sale
lino Oeauln Tortots Shell ilounted
I I mlKN VV itbMk Solid Oold Hand
VVf 1 1 1 mJSfg cngnvod or Plain PolUhed
$25.50-t-Now , . . . .... . . . . ... . ..$17.00
$22.00 Now ..... 3514.50
$20.00 Now . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . 1 (12.00
$15.00 Now $0.50
Gold FlUel and Sterling Coals
Plain or set with semi-precious stones.
Formerly $16.00. ... .. ; ; . . .$ liS.UU
Formerly $8.00 .....
GOLD FILLED AND
Former price $7.50 During sale. .$4.75
Former price $7.00 During sale. .$4.25
Former price $6.00 During sale. .$4.00
Former price $5.00 During sale. .83.50
Former price $4.0O--During sale. ,$3.00
Former price $3.00 During sale. .$2.00
Former price $2.50 During sale. $1.50
Ladles' Lorgnette Chains. Neck Chains,
Lockets, Pendants, La Valuers. Etc.
Reduced to a price that cannot be resisted.
Those formerly selling for
We Sell for Less Than Others
Cu for VsMiraalfl .
lUiLiii 1 ii-4ir 11
Popular and Reliable Jewelers
. ,. and OUmood Speclallsti .
373 Woahlngton, St.
Near Fourth Ptaona Pacific 3739
laws of sus-rsaOon, all of which '.
yes nnaerciujwi wi."'- : - -
Is to call your attention to the prsvalsnt
. . 1. tm ml n t tnA
hchlnes are gone the most conspicuous
I .. . 1 . . 1 . ,M a.wnna.-. tm the
mini m nm cnj - -v...0-. ------
prevalence of sluns announclns: ths trade
or paimiais, pnrnoiui;i -"7
clairvoyants, fortuns tellsrs, spiritual
ists, .mediums and othsr fakars. who
for a price will make predictions that
ars never known to come trur suwss
tlons with no foundation in fact, and to
see fortunes com Inc. aa It were, out of
..e (round where they never have or
never will exist, . .
"Ws should call a halt to ths patron
in 0l .hose whose stock In trada Is de
ception and fraud. This kind of thing
as we see Its fruit has produced a large
crop of broken friendships, domestlo In
felicities financial blunders and dlsap-
"'"The climax of all this svll Is for
a Christian who bslleves in the efficacy
of praysr and boasts that he can hold
ooramunlon with the Invisible and All
Wise, turning sslds from such commun
ion and unlimited possibilities to .seek
the oocult and thoroughly advertised
wisdom of th fakers, who havs not to
their credit one well-established system
of beneficent aid to humanity down to
SMALL WAGES BLAMED
Downfall of Many Women Attributed
. to This' Fact, 8a js Minister.
At ths Taylor Strset Methodist church
last night Rsv. K. M. Hill, speaking
on the subject,' "The Toung Woman
With a Past." declared that ths small
wages paid women Is the causs of the
downfall of many. After traolng the
oareer of a girl fresh from ths country
seeking employment In the city, strag
gling to maintain an silstencs on the
miserly salary shs earn a. then tempted
and ruined by soms man, Rsv. Mr. Hill
. "The commercial Nlmrod Is slaughter
ing his gams for market, coining gold
from blood, whlls ths gaily bedecked
huntsman la pursuing his victim to ths
death for the mere pleasure of the
chase. All employors are not guilty of
this crime, but many are. Many an
employer -Is murdering Just ss much ss
If hs used ths knife. He does it by
demanding that hie employes work for
a wage smaller than thar can live upon
In a self-respecting wae. " ' "
"It Is the duty of such smplovsrs to
perform a slmpls sum In arithmetic.
Let them add board and lodging to ths
cost of clothing snd then an amount
above that for Incidentals and pay
their girls at least this much salary.
Thar will get. better serrtoe and their
consolenos will be clear. It Is putting
It mildly to say that an smployer Is a
dishonest man when ha pays less than
enough for bis help to support thsm
selves upon with self-respect. If he
pays less than this be takes 'what be
longs to the employe as muolwaa. If ths
money was smbesslsd from uie bank.
Such an employer Is far worse than the
embessler, however, for he placee the
f irls In such a condition of helplessness
hat an aooomplice may steal that which
la of mors value to them than their
Rer. Herbert Johnson Told of the
. Slaughter of Innocent People.
Rarv. Robert 8. Johnson spoks yester
day morning at the Whits Temple on
the atrocities committed In the Congo
Pros "tats by King Leopold of Belgium.
The slaughter of Innocent people whose
death eacltea no comment, the ghastly
riles and strings of dried hands cut
rom men, women and children be
cause soms village had corns short in
Its rubber supply, rannlheJlam and raer
clleas soourglng Dr. Johnson told of
these and Intimated that he could tell
other things that would drive the audi
ence all away,
Mr. Johnson represents ths Congo Re
form association, a national body which
has for Its object ths amelioration of
the condition of the natives In , the
Congo. King Leopold now stands be
fore Lhs world, declared tie speaker, as
MAEQUAM GRAND mTOTi
STAXTOTO TOKIOKT All. WDS
Matinees Wsdnssday and Saturday
wss VAsnm OTrurt
' In Suderman's Powerful Play .
- Ths rrazs or axjtt jonr.
Frtoes Night, ISO, tOo, 760, L0.
Matinees, 8So, 0o. Too. i .
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Ths Screaming Faroe Comady,
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays, Barnr
days and Sundays at t:t0. Prices 100 and
10a Kverv evening at 1:11. Prices 10a,
lOo and loo. Reserved seats by phone.
LYRIC THEATRE urXXL
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the Return of Miss Vsrna F el ton la
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' Matinees Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday
and Sunday. Prices 10a, 10a Every even
ing at 1:16. Prtoes iso, too ana son.
Reserved seats by phone. Main 4ti.
Office open from 10 a. m. to It p. ra. .
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rtee every afternoon and even
ing, clever aog actors ana
funtiT ads. . Shows at A and
J Prise dancing Friday. Special
fitiipA&v. Jul. 10
Corner Yeagba and Twenty-fourtn.
July 16. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21.
, Oams called at l it p. m. dally.
Games oalled at l:0 p. m. Sundays.
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Grand stand ISa Children 10a
Box Seats SSo.
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CUT OUT COUPON AND MAIL TO US TODAY
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIOHT ft POWER COMPANY,
First snd Alder Streets, Portland, Orefoa,
Gentlemen: Yoa may deliver to ma ons Electric Fiat
Iron, which I ajrree to try,, and if nnsatiifsctory to m. to
return to you within. 30 days from date of delivery. If I
do not return it at that time you may charge same to my
account at $4.00.-- It ia understood that no charge w.:l It
made for the iron if I return it within 30 days.
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