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THE OREGOIT DAILY JOURNAL), PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 13,1007.
' Other Classified Ad
vertisements will be
Mound on. pp. 16-17.
NEW. TOD AT.
i Hons and lot Mtr T".r line, south
;ot KUllngsworth avenue. ,. . -
-THOMPSON & OQDEN
; see Kamnm : atxxttb. -'".'
nm woouw aoa ,'
. Present Income 1160 per month and
eaass'euuy be increased ana increase
ahra la aure ; $7,000 will handle
is if taken at once. - This ia certain
ly m fine Investment and must ba aold
at once. ' ; - . : ;, - "
Thos. P. Thornton
'-" 319 Chamber of Commerce .'
13 26-100 Acres at
r $60,Pcr Acre r
With TOO ftd Sao rim float on ths
Tualatin river, also am all spring stream
and rloa bottom laadi aomo timber,
enough for wood; no atona of gravel;
1400 cash, balanca easy; 1 mlla of car
11 na and railroad town; about 1 mllea
from eourlhouae. ,-- . j. -,
044 ITX1K ST. '' '
A weak high praaaura area, la oontral
off the mouth of tha Columbia"' river
' and a ahallnw low prcsaura area ovarllaa
Arlione. Tha barometer ia relatively
; high, over tha eaetero states. During
tha 24 hours ending with tha report
light rain fell In Washington, northern
Oregon, northern Idaho. Montana, tha
' Iekotaa, Nebraska, western Iowa, aorth
' western Missouri, tha lower lake region,
middle Atlantic and New England
state It la cooler than usual In tha
Rocky mountain and Pad fie-States, but
In the eastern-atatea tha temperatures
t are generally about five degrees above
"1 Indications ara for unsettled war.ther
In' this district tonight end tomorrow
-wttn occasional Uxht rain In northwest
- em Oregon, Washington and northern
': Idaho. . ,
.: i -r Ttrxr M In. Precis.
Abilene, Te t 7t
' Baker City ,-Or.. 7 60
Chicago, - 111... Tit.. i . .7 0 -7-70 .
' j Ienver, Colo. ....... . 00 . 14 .a
fPreano. Cal l 44 .0
- Loo Angeles. Cal...... 10 , t( .0
' New York, K. T...... It . .7
VPhoentxftArls ....104 " 7t ? ".
'Portland Or........... t " ',"." M T.
. . t Roeeburg, Or....'. 74 tt .0
. Salt Lake. Utah ..ft (4
4 Ban Diego. CfVjSt . ...... 7 .
Ban rracUJifCal J B0 .0
I Spokane, wash.. ...... . 71 10 T.
I Tacoma, Wash ... 70 tt .04
: Waanlngton. D. C.....J 14" It .10
iWlnnemucca, Nev., It , . 4 . .0
Turns, Aria 100 tt .0
, Harold R. LI nd berg, lit Powell at,
14: Marie E, Langer. tl-
Jamea L. Eckeraon, Canby, Or, SI;
f Thereaa K. Beeke, 10. -
Bert Ptlkington.-tHH Washington
It, 17: Anna Emma Bleeg. 12.
Oscar E. Nordatrom, 101 Fargo at,
- II: Lela V. Holgate, 17. -i-.
Joseph G. Erts. 101 East Ankeny at,
ill; Fannie Hendea, II.
" 0 Wedding Cards. W. O. Smith Co
: Washington bldg, eornsr 4th and Wasb-
; mgton sts
j- ;i--vi 1 aa J II
. weoainK cni 1111 imm, ivh . wt .
Alvln S. Hawk 144 Id St.
Tonseth Co.. fiorlata, for flowers ct
r.t all kinds. Ill Ith at.
- ClarW Bros., ITlorleta F'lne fiowert
- and floral dealgna. 18t Morriaon at.
. Full dress suits for rent, all slses.
; Unique Tailoring Co.. tot Stark St.
'";:- , BIRTHS .
KID A July I, to Mr. and Mrs. Tomeel
abure Kiaa, Japanese, ai x.veren ai
HOOD July 14. to Mr. and Mrs. Earl
w. Mooa, sss ri. iiui ax., nr., a uaugn-
tr. . ... ...
IT'MER jury is.- to Mr. ana urm.
, KEtFB July 16. to Mr. and Mrs. John
- - Keere, Boiae, laa., a son.
HANSEN July 14. to Mr. and Mrs.
' Henry M. Hanson, 447 ltd at, a
t BLEVIN8 July t, to Mr. and Mrs.
: Wade H. Blerlna. Ill fi, 44ta at, a
daughter. - '
v BRICE July 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
J. Brlce. lit B. 10th at, a son.
HALL July 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward
F. Hall. 1107 E. Yamhill at. a son.
- FRAWICK July I, to Mr. and Mrs. Al
; bart P. Frawlck. 194 K. Ilth st, a
CARTER July 14. to Mr. and Mrs. Wll-
llanv Nash Carter,: 1110 Mallory ava,
. KINDLERt-July It, to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward M. Klndler, 171 Commercial
gt, a daughter.
' ! dXrROW July I. to Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
' ; Darrow. 117 Bavler at., a son.
ONO July It. Wakako Ono Japanese,
aged 40 days. III Couch at J thruah.
EWRY July It, Mre. Jans Ewrr, aged
t 74 years, , 10- months and 10 days;
Woodstock; Intercranlal hemorrhage.
' LEE June It. Herbert K. Lee, aged 14
years, at Fort Hubert, Alaska; steam
: boat accident. ...
. HAYNE July II. James Haytis, aged
M veara, at AlDany, Or.! d ropey.
WEIGARD July It. at 47 N. Park St.,
VTn ,v Inm w nnl w J M
r Mary Anna -Welgard. aged 71 y
and 7 months. Funeral notice later.
4-TARNER In this city, July 17, at tit
- Belmont St., Fannie B. Varner, a red
-11 years t months and 4 days. ' The
funeral services will be held at the Con
gregational church, corner 14th and E.
Taylor sts., at 1 p. tn., Friday. July It.
--FHnrta Invited. Interment - Rlverview.
LOST AND FOUND.
FCND DURING FAIR. 1105. DIA-
innnd riy mcapin. . Aaareas B. u.
vtann. Hood River. Or.
L6af Lady's1 o6Lf WAtt AKfl
pin, Wednesday evening, on Oaks car
or Morrison st Reward. Main 174
or Main 177L
"Mi"" oiPBowoirrs scalp-treat-ment:
dandruff, lilts Morrison st,
room ii : '
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FIHBT-CLABS SALESMEN
to aell a hlgti-claee proposition; lib
eral compensation. 40tBuohanan blag.
WANttD Vi llutJBTERJCR AND
--couch maker; aleady work.t f Front,
corner Davie. '
WANfKBwIilttS m4it6ft. WfL-
11 fi m d"hv Bona let and Waah.
wTnted t woIi kLTers IN ilOTB
candy department: experienced pre
ferred. Modern Confectionery Co., II ih
and Hoyt ate.
HELP WAITED FEMALL
WANTED-A MIDDLB-AQED WOMAN.
Gorman or Pollen, to da tha cooking
Nri4tnrtmn' P, CU
WANTED-lio fllftU or WomSM TSf
baaket factory. Phone Private Ex. 10.
WANTED ! BT ACTIVE CORPORA
tlon, a meritorious mining property in
southern or eaatern Oregon; will nego
tiate W4ih ownera only; no agents, A4
draa P. X. bos It. Portland. Or7
ACM 15 EMPLOYMENT CO.. TARM
are' and log sera' help a apeclalty. 14
N. Jnd at, i N. Ind sL, 141 Darts
at. Phone- tloln OUT.
HOUSES FOR I; KNT XRXIT URB
. FOB SALE. :..
UP-TO-DATB ' FURNITURE . OF MOD
ern 4-room flat; beat location In city;
half block from Morrison at.; 1400. a
bargain; rent l0. -.. (. :
W. J. Day &Ca,
Kt Stark Bt
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
THE KLONDIKE FURNISHED
rooms on ground floor. iOa Alder.
. FOR REfT -FLATS
FURNIBHED FLAT. 401 COMMER-
ala I tvl 1 C.-Alai. .sail auanlnM
View viuvk, vn B7aiiuasisr w rwniiif
Call at 147 N. tlat at. - - - -
SPECIAL flTBAM DYB AND CLEAN
Ing worka for sale; good for 10 a day.
Alao a 100-room hotel. Call tit Stark.
BEST ROOMINO-HOCSB FOR - THS
money: time limited; a money-maker;
come aufek. Room It. tit Stark at.
SALOON DOING GOOD BUSINESS, OR
would take partner; about 1100 re
quired. Addreaa M-421, Journal.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
- This Is what you hare been looking
for 21 acres choice land. S00 feet from
railway atatlon: - graded, school and
storeav xo mtnutaa rice rrom city, ao
fare, level. 11 acres cleared, no gravel
or etumpa, MOO worth of wood on the
tract; can be subdivided to good ad
vantage and sold In smaller tracts at
advance of ft per cant or upwards; per
acre 1170. '
I), y. lb ravRB,
-""-" Room 10. 141H Second St."""-""
BL'&TJRbAn hbMBt-RooM M6Vkk,
I lota, fruit, rosea, chicken yarda, cow
barn. tl.BOO'; terma. - 1411 Rodney are.
Woodlawn-r Vancouver car to Dekum,
10 or 11 acraa oloae In on ear line.
House, barn and outbuildings, no gravel.
fiace in men eiate or cultivation, urine-
water. Price 11.100. Addreaa own
er, N-421.' Journal. (No a genu.) This
offer holds good for I daye.-
1 ACRE IN CITT. CLOSE IX. NEW
- room house, large bearing fralt trees.
Improved atreet. at bargain. -
wj. Day sc. to. .
ttt Stark St.. Room 4. -
. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR- . SAXJD, CHEAFtOLID - GOLD
gentleman a watch and chain and
charm with diamond setting; extra
heavy solid gold lady's watch chain -awl
waccn wun oiamona selling; very line
Heavy German amber bead necklace II
Inches long; also gentleman's full dress
suit, alaelt. Addreaa A-421. Journal.
JOHN GARTNER HARD AND SOFT
- oorns. callous removed without pain;
Ingrown nails cured. Phono Tabor tOSv
tltt E. Belmont st
TWELVE DEATHS ARE
- DUE TO GREAT HEAT
''" (Joaraal BpeehU nrvlee.'y-
It deaths from " heat bars yesterday,
when a hot ways struck ths city. The
( suffering Is Intense, being the worst in
New York, July It. Two deaths from
heat were reported here yesterday and
laat night thouaands of people sought
relief on roofs and firs escapee.
n ,:, v. '.: v.: .'',
The mdst popular
on sale in the West
v And they have nothing but their Individual,
uniform excellence to thank for it. They have
a distinctive flavor, a rich, . haunting aroma, and
k waytpf burning smoothly right to the mouth
piece that' has built around them a fence of favor
which other brands have been unable to climb.
" ' This thin mais paper crimped, not pasted
helps them smoke that way, too. And no matter ,
how many Imperiales you smoke, there's no "after ' ;
-effect.": ' 1 ' r ... '.
10vfor 10 centi
The Men of the West Smoked 100,000000 Imperiales In 1006.
. ... Sold Eo9tymkrm " '
THE JOHN BOLLMAN COMPANY .
' Mannfactnrers Saa FraasJseo
CONSTRUCTION GANG 1
FINDS OLD SEA BEACH
S) ; sssaaeBnBsnwswawnw.nw w t J ' ,
liiilroad Workmen UncoVer Specimens of Sea Shells Im-.
..bedded in Sandstone 120 Feet Above the Present feca y
C Level Near Springfield in the Willamette Valley.
"' 111 .M-i " 1 11 , " I'""
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' i - ' ": .
. ' :
i - - A, . --
Sea Bbella Imbedded ia Sandstone,
An old sea boaeb baa been nneorerod
1I foot above present sea level by a
construction ' gang of ths Southern Pa
cific, working near Springfield Juno
tlon, In the Willamette rallsy. . Borne
of the finest specimens of sea shells
embedded In sandstone that have aver
been found are being taken eat of the
J.'P." O'BHenraehersI manager or the
Oregon lines of the Harrlman roads,
who stopped at Springfield Junction
when en routs home from Corvallls a
few days ago, brought a large chunk
of the sea beach to Portland. The ac
companying cut ahows the specimen
reduced to about one sixth ths actual
else. It contains clam ahells and vari
ous kinds of sea shells of the eocene
or older period of the tertiary age. Dr.
W. J. McGee of Washington, D. C, the
eminent geologist who is pie secretary
of the Inland waterways commission,
examined the - specimen yesterday at
The Journal office. He said:
- Thte la a sedimentary deposit of the
tertiary age, probably ths older or
eocene period -of -that age. It la -green
aandetone or glauoonlte, and la a val
uable fertiliser, as It Is phosphatlo.
Practically the whole mass la a vege-
FOR 5Z HOURS
Strange Story of Abduction
and Wandering of B. H.
. . . TeH of Seattle. ,
(Special' Dispatch ta The Joemarj
. Seattle, July It. A Strange story of
violence and robbery Is told by B. H.
Pell, who returned to his home In this
city yesterday after being mlaaing slnoe
laat Saturday night, when hs started
acroas Lake Washington tn a- canoe.
The canoe and Pell's hat were later
found floating Fn the lake. He aays two
men called to him from the mainland
cigarettes ever put
- J-ia,--.Ja- trrf.-rM
Dnf Up Near fiprtaffleld Junction.
table or animal formation, - The green
portion or. sandstone Is composed of
foramlnfsrs, a minute plant animal that
Is principally phosphate of lime.
Ths shells or mollusks are carbon
ate of lime. The molluaka lived upon
the foramlnfers. Thla mass was. of
course, the bed of a shallow sea that
onoe occupied the Willamette valley.
Ground up and scattered over a field,
the material would increase its fertility,
especially the aecond and third year.
ProfeaaOr John Condon, In his "Two
Islands," tells of the coming up of
Oregon out of the sea, and the ocean's
gradual receding from the Willamette
valley and from central Oregon, leaving
the Willamette and Columbia water
courses. Hs estimates, from various
dlsoovertes made by him of sea beds
along the eoaat and In the Interior, that
the ocean formerly stood 110 feet higher
than Its present level. Other estimates
say It waa 200 -to 250 feet higher. .
A notable deposit of clam shells Is
to be seen along one of ths principal
streets of Astoria, where In cutting a
street through the bluff at an elevation
of about 110 feet above the lower-town
the gradera laid bare an old beach. Pro
fesaor Condon accumulated records and
specimens from many of theae old
beaches In Oregon and Washington.
when he waa a short distance off shore
and asked bin to take them across to
Mercer Island. He landed and they Im
mediately seised him, and pressed a
cloth, soaked In a strong smelling drug,
to his faoe and held him fast till hs be
Tuesday morning about I o'clock, as
hs subsequently ascertained, and II
hours aftar he met the two men tn the
lake shore. Pell says, he recovered con
sciousness. His hat, collar and tla were
Gone. His pockets had been rifled of
ttle more than 110.
Pell had not the slightest Idea where
hs was. He stumbled through ths
woods till bs found a trail that ted him
to a logging camp, where he obtained
soms breakfast - Then hs worked the
greater pert of the day at a rancher's
house, thereby earning 11. He contin
ued his walk to Sedro-Woolley 'up In
the Skagit country.- From there he tele
phoned his family and catching a train,
on which he hid In a boxoar, mads his
wsy to Seattle.
Cat Ia Not Liable.-
-It li, Cats writes The Journal that
hs Is In no war liable for any debts
thst may have been Inourred by L. 8.
Laughlln. the promoter of the Locate.
The Outlet Clothing Co.
SALE ; SALES SALE
' ; These attractive words are now(daily placed
ia columns o'f newspaper- print.r
THE OUTLET is a believer in action,
which speaks louder than words. .
Our method of business is the .progressive
way. '"" " ' 7;'':;"rv:r ; ; " : .iy -
We keep away from bankrupt, shelf-worn,
out-of-date and undesirable style-of goods.
-: . . ; ... . ' "'' . " ''"
WE BELIEVE IN
Dependable rnerchandise at dependable values
i : ;We have no $20 Suits
We offer Quality, to
: " 'Art and design for
,1. And -the Best, That's
N. L Cor. Morrison and first Sts.
Liqnor Sellers Try One Pry
: -After Another, but in ,
" Vain as Yet
GREAT MILL COMPANY
BUILDS A DRY TOWN
Two Attempta of Thirst Appaaere
Made Void Atlwrl41e P
ApparwUr Fayor 0x9 Mid Policy
of the Town Builders.
(tpecUl thapateh ts Tte JesraaL)
Moscow. Ida.. 7uly II. The Potlatch
Lamber oompany, whloh owns the town
of PoUatah. oontalnlng over 1,00 popu
lation, situated about It miles north of
Moscow, Is having a difficult m to
keep out dispensers of liquor. The
town Is without a city ajovsrntnsnt or
nmtantllMl OXCCOt a dCPUty
sheriff commissioned Jrtae shsrlff but
paid by the oompany ana tne corny...
Krmly 'refu-s. to n. $JK";
Th'ey rrrtloul.rly xlou. thit" the
obtaTnlng of liquor W their smp .oyes
working In their immenae sawmill be
made as dirnoun as poeeium.
Liquor dealers, however, have tried In
various ways to place their goods wlth
hTeasy reach of ,theee employee, and to
.-i.i,.e their nlana bought a tract of
land within haff a mile of Potlatch.
h5?ht thsr had their object aceom-
I ne man . w win . -- ,
refuaed to grant the neceaaary license
and the saloon was compelled to close
lt flwrxaaolcaTe Oooda Only.
Last week, however, the liquor aues-
lion epp v " .m .. " -w. um
A couple of men rented a building and
Openea a pie.ee wuere uivcfievu
liquor in packagea, not to be drunk on
the premlsea, under the protection of a
OTfrnnifn, iiunn... , n r i , w hi u
was paaaed around tha thirsty began to
assemble. Thlnga went wall tor a day
or two, whan auddenly the sheriff
S woo pea aown vn mi yiaov, ermiva ini
proprietors and brought them down to
JHVWVW .w .law f.ww.v jmwhv. . " T7 J
had overlooked tha fact that the state
itkirna a license of . 1100 ner annum
for wholeaale liquor dealers. They
agreed to quit tne Duameas and piaoe 11
the court would Impose only a nominal
nne. i nirxy-nve aoiiars ana ctwii wee
ths penalty fixed, and now the managers
of the Potlatch Lumber company are
wonoering in wnai snap me rum power
will nut U.MA1. .
BEST PRUIT DISPLAY
EYER SEEN IN LINN
(Bpeetal Dlspateh ta The JosmaL)
Albany, Or, July It. Linn oounty Is
to have a fruit some time ta No
vember, - Tha arrangements are In
charge of a committee of -the ...Linn
County Horticultural society, consisting
of Judge C. H. Stewart (chairman). T.
i. Miller, r. it. French. D. W. Rum
baugh and j. A. Howard. - In connec
tion. County Fruit Inaneotor K. C Rob
erta Is working to bring together the
flneet collection of fruits sver seen In
This fair will bo held In Albany some
time before the state fruit fair at Port
land and all oountlee are urged to aend
In exhibits and compete for the prises
to be offered. A personal Invitation
Is being extended to the farmers and
trultgrowere of the valley.
The fruit exhibited will become the
property of the Horticultural society
and from this display will be selected
for $10 :
style. - "
Made in Men's. Apparel
for .'': .
Is Situated on the v
ths samples to be sent ta the Portland
rair, mere 10 enter into competition
with all portions of the state.
Ten silver f..m tnm-tiwml .
be offered, with dlolomaa for second
priaes. me auver oupa win be similar
to moss given at use recent Salem
oherrv fair and will become tha nron-
erty of the wlnnere. The prise Hat In
cludes the following varieties: Bpltsen
berg, Northern Spy, Baldwin, Newtown,
Ben Davie, Red Cheek, Pippin, King,
Crimea' Golden and Jonathan.
Silver cups and dlolomaa will he
awarded as first and second prises, re
spectively, for general display of 10 or
more varieties, and for general dlaplay
of It or more varieties on plates; for
best display on plateaa "nl e
All fruit entered must be Jn the regu
lar commercial pack and any ui,
tared for premium wilt become the
property of the Horticultural society. -
FAIRBANKS WARMS TO
MEN OF HQOD RIVER
Rood River. Or.. Julv II. When the
train bearing Vloe-Presldent Falrbanka
back to hla home -In-Indfcna -reached
HoodTlIver, he did noltkeeo number of
eitlsens who were at the station to get a
: At the
United Cigar Stores
Special Feature This Week.
' ' '. , ''''.' ''',' ','..'",' , ' . V' . .
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111. , - . -Invincib.es - ,...1'
Same rate by the box. : . . . .
Portland smokers will find
these Marryat Ihvincibles
better cigars than most of
the straight ten-cent and
tic cigars on the market.
) . V. CIGAR GTOHE5;
.:s'-- . cc:iPAriY
forty Stores in
the Biers' Chain
Greatest buyingr power enable
tis to teeure a lower cost. Better
distributing: facilities over a
larger extent of , territory en
ables us to save expense in
shipping and handling. With
a larger output it is not' netes
ssry to seek the prdfita of
smaller dealers. ' "
Wc Save Every Bc cr
$50.00 to $150.00
of the prices asked
ia ether' stores ;
Compare the Pianos sold by tha
Honss of Eilera at $138, $116,
S198. with those elsewhere at
double, these figures. -
Compare tha Valuea offered by
the .House of Eilera
At every price instruments at
lowest cost thst are worthy of
recommendation, or those of
the most costly quality and
you will be convinced that our
slogan Better , Pianos for
Lets Money," ia an actual and
decisive truth. : . . .
A Small First Payment, Ar
ranged to Suit Your Entire
Convenience-. Will Place
" A PIANO
Biggest, - Busiest BeaVll
353 WASHINGTON STREET,
.. . CORNER PARK.
peep at' him' long In Suapenae. Almost
aa soon aa the- train atopped the tai.
figure of the vice-president appeared on
the platform. Many hands ware out
stretched In greeting and Mr.. Falrbanka
waa moat affable. No one was over
looked and no Introductions were needed,
although B. L. Smith,' who was present
acted as master of ceremonies. No
mention was maue of either buttermilk
or cocktails but the Icicle story was.
touched upon by Mr. Smith, wno re
marked that the latter must be without
foundation, to which Mr. Falrbanka re
apnnded with a smile bat- no comment.
After expressing himself as much,
pleased with his reception at Hood River
and his trip to the cosst he boarded the
train Juat aa It waa getting under way.
Tomorrow and Saturday posttlvety '
the laat daye for discount on east side