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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVEN1NO. JULY 10. 1007.
V THE JOCBXAL AT RESORTS
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I lowlnlfJreaorta by
I the various pia
have Tha Journal de-
regular rataa at tha fol-
or notifying tha agents
vance' m r W to "
omboom Resorts. '
Oearhart Park j...p. J. Itroek
Hot LaJca Hot Lake Sanitarium
?;10a '!) .Lewla A Co.
Wllholt Bprtnra F. W. McLeran
WASHINGTON RESORTS. "
Carson Springs. . . .
Boyd ft Son and Mineral Spring Hotal
Caacads Springs. Thomas Moffett
Collins Springs C. T. Belcher
Ilwaoo touts Cohan
Marehall Pottenger and O. A. Smith
NahooltK M 3. Rrnwn
Ocean Park Mattbaws Thedford
neavlew Frank K. Strauhal
lh Breakers Tha Breakers Uotat
"Tha Fires of Saint John"
Ivrlo . "Sweet Nell of Old Drory"
Btar "Tha Strange Adventures of
Tha Oaks O. W. P. carllne, Flrat and
rations hava bean mads on a
larJeTcala for tha annual nlonic of tha
'lent Order of Hibernians at Cadar
Tark next Sunday. Special car aerv-
Jce has been arranged and It la expected
mm me largest crowd that baa ever
attended will be out to enjoy the many
featurea of tha day. Handsome prizes
are to be given for various content and
games. Among those which exclto e
peolal attention are tha tug-of-war and
the Jig. Music will be furnished by an
orchestra. The committee of arrange
ments Is composed of Patrick Murray,
D. W. Lane, E. H. Deery, T. Dougherty.
John Farrell and Frank Mallon. The
ladles' auxiliary has also been untiring
In Its efforts to make this tha best pic
nic ever given by this society end a
pecial committee of ths ladles is out
today hanging the entrance of tha park
una aoooraung ine taoies witn the na
uonaj coiora and the Irish green.
Mora than 100 school teachers from
New Tork and Boston were visitors in
Portland yesterday and spent ths day
sightseeing. They ware delegates to
the recant convention of the National
Educational association at Los Angeles
and are touring the northwest. As
guests of the Commercial club they
were provided with two observation
cars and shown all points of Interest
in tha Rosa City. They left last night
for Seattle, where they will visit a da
ana men leave ror their homes, stop
ping for five days In Yellowstone park.
William Christie, for many years
partner and mechanical director of the
Hawk Printing company. Is still at the
same old stand, 147 Third street. Ed
ward Curran having purchased the In
terest formerly owned by Alvln H.
Hawk. The new firm Is known as the
(hriatle-C. ran company and all print
ing orders will receive Mr. Christie's
personal attention sama as heretofore.
high-class work being thus assured
Additional facilities of the latest pat
tern are being Installed to meet tha In
creased demand for this firm s work.
A new and up-to-date laundry Is the
latest Improvemsnt announced for the
east aide. The Brown-Tale company of
Superior, Wisconsin, has closed a deal
for the purchase of a site on East Mor
rison and East Tenth streets on which
a three-story brick, SO by 200 feet, will
be erected. This will be one of the
largest and most complete plants In
the city and will be practically a dupli
cate of this company a laundries at Su
perior, Wisconsin, and Puluth, Minnesota.
;. v; f A V-V
AND PLACED In our
Barings Bank at ones
becomes a silent but
powerful working part
' ! nar. Tou will be surprised
how a few dollars will
Eultiply If set to earning
WePay 4 Interest
Oregon Trust &
Sixth and Washington Sta,
Deposits Over 52, 600, 000
W. H. Moore President
E. E. Lytle.. Vice-President
W. Cooper Morris. .Cashier
feting from a fracture of tha skull,
which may result in his death. Carpen
ter was struck on tha head by a splinter
of wood from a band saw and rendered
unconscious. He is in a most precarious
Fletcher Linn, president of the
Manufacturers' Association, is making
an effort to Interest the property own
ers and residents of South Portland
and Fulton in a plan to oil the maca
dam road from South Portland to
Rlvervlew cemetery. This part of maca
dam road Is in an exceedingly dusty con
dition, owing to the heavy travel. It is
believed enough money can be raised by
private subscription to give the road
a good oil bath.
Through the negligence of Detectives
Inskeep and Smith in not securing the
attendance of all of the employee of
Versteg's brickyard, Tillamook and
Thirty-first streets who were held up
and robbed In the bnnkhouse the night
of January 8 by two masked footpads,
Peter O'Malley, arrested several nights
ago and charged with having been impli
cated In the crime, was given his liberty
in the police court yesterday for lack
Another defendant in the furniture
trust case appeared before Judge
Charlea E. Wolrerton In tha United
States district court this morning and
pleaded guilty. The firm was tha Hu lee-
Bradford company of San Francisco..
The usual fine of 125 was as seised by
Water throught hoso for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks or washing porches
or windows must ba paid for In advance
and used only between tha hours of 5
and 8 a. ra., and C and 9 p. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets. If
used oontrary to these rules, or waste
fully, it will be shut off.
By using Japanese Anti-Dust Com
pound for sweeping your floors you can
sweep all dust from the floor without
stirring it up to settle again on goods
and furniture. Try it. F. E. Beach ft
Co., the pioneer paint oompany, 116
First street. Phone Main 1)34.
Chautauqua Take Oregon City cars,
leave First and Alder streets every 16
minutes from T:85 a. m., direct to Glad
stone park. Far 15 cents round trip.
Tickets must be purchased on sale in
and East Waler street and Hawthorne
The Meier & Mrik Store
Entire Stock of Men's
Clothing at Reduced Prices
During the Anniversary Said take your pick from qui very
extensive stock of Men'a Clothing at prlcea way below what
equal stylet and" qualltiei can be bought for anywhere about
town 2-piece outing auita and 8-plece summer suits -This
season! very latest fashions and materials and the beat makes
In the land are all represented Economical men will give im
mediate attention to their apparel needs while low prices
prevail Second Floor Mall orders will be carefully filled.
$12.50 SUITS AT 9 8.98 $22.50 SUITS AT $10.35
$15.00 SUITS AT 910.85 $25.00 SUITS AT 918.65
$20.00 SUITS AT 913.85 $30.00 SUITS AT $23.10
$20.00 SUITS AT $14.65 $35.00 SUITS AT 926.35
Young men's two and three-piece Summer Suits The entire
stock at greatly reduced prices Let us show you the best
bargains in town Men's Clothing Department, Second Floor.
1,000 pairs of Men's Japanese Bath Sandals, suitable for use
at the beach or at home ;good styles ; no mail or phone O
orders will be filled; limit 2 pairs to customer, per pair. OC
Boys' Clothing Reduced
Our entire stock of Boys' Wool Suits on sale at greatly re
duced prices Straight or Knickerbocker trousers All the
best materials and patterns Grand Anniversary Sale phe
nomenal values, as follows:
Copyright, 1907;' by
BROS. 6c CO
$ 3.50 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 2.63
$ 4.50 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 3.43
$ 5.00 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 3.73
$ 8.50 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 5.48
$ 7.50 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 6.45
$ 9.00 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 7.83
$10.00 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 9 8.10
$12.50 SUITS FOR THIS LOW PRICE 910.35
W aVssm mm 1 al
What ii more delightful than the clean, healthful, iirrtgoratlDf
odor of fin and cedars? Why don't you build your home St
Irrington Park and enjoy the trees, you and your family? Ertrr
lot thickly covered, at just right groth for unlimited variety
in trimming; Just add much or ai little shade as you want Mike
up your mind tonight to have your home at
"THE ADDITION WITH CHARACTER."
Lots only $200 tb $300 on light monthly payments, and we've a
plan that makes it easy for you to build. Nowhere else in Port
land can you find such rare natural advantages, with good car
line and modern conveniences for such reasonable terms. Call
at our office TOMORROW find out all about how we help
borne builder. Agent F. E. Schwan on grounds all the time.
F. B. Holbrook Co.
2S0 STARK STREET.
PHONE MAIN 5396.
I will sell you a $35 suit for $14.50.
Don't believe ltT Come In and aee them
and compare them with those offered
elsewhere. Then you decide. Everything
reduced accordingly for quick clearance
at First and Yamhill. John Dellar.
Tha Dunkards are just finishing; a
$8,000 church on KUllngsworth avenue.
near tha Piedmont car barns. The
building will be dedicated some time
early in August, Rev. George C. Carl
ia the pastor.
The meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary
of the A. O. H. last Tuesday night was
well attended. The following persons
were Initiated: Miss Haggerty. Miss
Dorney end Miss Malone. An enter
More noise and dust everv dav
hence more goods must be moved out of
the workmen's way more low prices
more big bargains at First and Yamhill.
Portland Shoe Repair Co.. I6J Yam
hill street between 8d and 4th. Phone
Paclflo 2228. Best half sole, 76c. while
you wait. Shoes caJled for and delivered.
The funeral of Mrs. Fannie B. Varner,
who died at her home, 936 Belmont
street, was held at 2 o'clock this after
noon from the Sunnyslde Congregational
church. Mrs. Varner, who was (I years
old, had been a resident of the neigh
borhood for a number of years and was
an active member of the Sunnyslde Con
gregational church. Bhe is survived by
a husband. F. N. Varner, and a daughter.
Warrants have been Issued for the
arrest of Andrew Nelson and H. Ehr-
isam. loggers, formerly employed at
KMt'appoose, on charges of having passed
vklltious checks on the Merchants' Na
tlcnWgVbsnk 'or $87 and $96. The police
haveT$en furnished with a description
and are now searching for the two al
To the Chautauqua by Trolley Take
Oregon City cars direct to the park,
leave First and Alder streets every 35
minutes from 7:35 a. m. Fare 25 cents
round trip. Tickets must be purchased
on sale in waiting room, First and Alder
streets and East Water street and Haw
John Carpenter, an employe of a lum
ber mill at Oak Point, was taken to the
Good Samaritan hospital yesterday, suf-
F. IV. BALTES
FIRST AND OAK STREETS
Smmtmmm i ..-Obi
It takes Ave minutes to boll "Golden
Qraln Granules," the cereal coffee. It
is stronger and richer than anv others.
Dan Kefl&her, grocer, Portland, Oregon.
Wire and iron work ot all kinds, fire
escapes, elevator enolosures and fences.
Columbia Wire & Iron Works. 368x370
East Washington. Phone East 702.
Moonlight excursion. Steamer Un
dine. Tuesday evening, July 23. Leaves
root Taylor street, 8
fi. m. Music, re
Take warning! Buy your liquid re
freshments today snd tomorrow for dry
Sunday. Kelly's Family Liquor store.
Park and Morrison.
Every Day in
You use the teeth, three times
dally aa a rule. Ia It any wonder
they give out and trouble jrou
after a while?
If yours have oommenced to
give out, place yourself In our
care. We'll clean the teeth, re
move the tsrtar. nil or crown tha
decayed teeth with gold, make
them good for years to come.
All work done painlessly. Sets
of teeth furnished WITHOUT
W. A. WISE, Dentist
Third and Washington Bts.
T. P. Wise, H. A, Sturdevant
and H. A. Hoffman
BOTJC FXOZTES, A AsTD MAX
One of the Most Attractive Beach Resorts
on the North Pacific Coast Just Now Is
Steamer Jesse Harklns, for Camas,
wasnourai ana way landings, dally ax
oept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
aocK at x p. m.
C Elinors Grove, formerly at 445
Washington street, has opened his new
studio at 862 Washington, comer Park.
Woman's Exchange, 138 Tenth street,
lunch 11:30 to 2; business men's lunch.
Perfect fitting eye glasses, $1.00. Dr.
B. J. Mills. Ill Sixth, near Washington.
Acme Oil Co. sells the best safety coal
oil and fine gasoline. Phone East 789.
grocers picnic everybody
it uoioen urain uranules.
Dr. E. C Brown. Eye-Ear. Marquam.
Hotel Salt Air
Has claims upon your attention r you
Long Beach this season. New rooms,
modern plumbing, ocean in plain view
from parlor and sleeping rooms. Rates
are reasonable and the table first class.
You can have a good time at Hotel Salt
Air at Centerrille Station. P. O. A4
rteu Box If, Urn Baacli. Wai. - -
D. Chambers, optician, 1 Seventh.
Berger signs 2.84 Yamhill phone.
Bark Tonlo for rheumatism.
Beck Jeweler 205 Alder.
AT THE THEATEES
"The Fires of St. John" Popular.
One of the most beautiful plays that
has ever been presented at the Mar
(fuatn theatre is "The Fires of St. John,"
Sudermann's great play, that must have
been written for Miss Nance O'Neil, if
the author had known the actress at
the time ha wrote It.
Cloud Cap Inn
SPEND your vacation
at this delightful re
sort (at snow line).
Enjoy a snowball in
summer time. Automo
biles leave Hood River
station at 8:80 a. m. and
at noon, making trip to
the Inn in lesa than
three hours. Rata, $9.60
for round trip from
Portland. Ask at O. R.
& N. city ticket office
for particulars, or write
P. ML Hood. Or.
Wear ths mouth of tha Columbia Stray, on tha Washington
aids, r sapped from the Olty of FortUnd oa the
Steamer T.J. POTTER!
T ASOTXT 8 KOTOS.
It la upward of 20 miles long, very broad and level and almost as
FXtACB TO CK for rest, healt
compact as a composition pavement. It is dotted Its entire length with
smements. tern cities, vinas, nne noieis.
opular Bummer beach resort.
villas, fine hotel
towns, cottage settlements, tent cltl
amusement accessories of a
th and a good time.
for their Summer outing. Try it.
and all the
Thousands go there
The Potter Sails Every Day
HOIR uaTDATV AsTD fatDATI,
Bee published schedules.
Fare Prom Portland, Round Trip, $4.00
Saturday to Monday Tickets $2.50
Purchase tickets and make reservations at City Ticket Office, Third
and Washington streets, Portland; or inquire of any O. R. A N. agent
I elsewbere ror mrormauon.
i WK aSoKUsUU-T. Osnaml fasaenget Arrat, POBTIVASO. OS.
On Our $10 to $25 Suits
Greatest Gathering of
Bargains Ever Offered
10 per cent Reduction on all Men's Underwear In
cluding all the Latest Garments
aW MORRISON STRJXKT
Whose Baby Are You?" will be the
offering of the Allen stock oompany, in
which every member of tha cast will ba
Silas O'Neil In "Magda."
Next week Miss Nance O'Neil, the
eminent American tragedienne, will ap
pear in "Magna," one of the plays In
which she has scored one of her greatest
triumphs. It Is a piece that most every
one In Portland has seen and one that
nearly every one delights in.
"Sweet Nell" at Lyric.
At the Lyric the Allen stock com
pany is making a hit In the beautiful
costume comedy drama of old England,
"Sweet Nell of Old Drury." Verna. Fel
ton Is doing the greatest work of her
career. Matinee tomorrow and Sunday,
'Whose Baby Are You?"
tS Lyrio management is glad to be
able to announce to Its patrone that next
weak., commencing Monday night, that
Xuuiast wt aU niodera tan oocadiaa,
John and Bertha Oleason, the cham
plon dancers, are at the Grand. These
people are known from the Atlantic to
the Pacific for itheir footwork and they
have made the biggest kind of a hit
this week. The headline act is offered
by Dolan and Lenharr.
Star Matinee Tomorrow.
Fun is plentiful in "The Strange
Adventures of Miss Brown, which is
holding the boards at the Star theatre
this week. There will be a matinee to
morrow and another Sunday. Seats for
tha remaining performances are on sale.
Members of the company like their
As good a a a sermon and far more
interesting is "Man's Enemy," the new
melodrama which tho stock company at
the Star theatre will play next week.
Sullivan A Consldlne have secured the
rights to this drama and it will bs
given here for the first time.
Free Admission on Monday.
Women and children will be admitted
free to tha Oaks on Monday and special
entertainment will be provided for
them, it will ba one of the happiest
Vimvtk imnt at thu hi D nark.
with dosing performance Sunday nlghtfor the management has taken every
pains to see to it tnat mey enjoy inem-
For tea call Mala 114 or A-IH5.
PaUwz fiOASaay. JU Jtark aU
$19.50 for $55 Sewing
Guarantded for Ten Years
The above price holds good for one
To own a high-grade sewing ma
chine at such a little expense appeals
to more and more women every day. To think of getting such
a useful piece of furniture, one that will last a lifetime ma
chines with the most recent improvements that tend to sim
plicity and ease of operation.
J. J. KADDERLY
130 First Street
ALONGSIDE DEPOT OF THE O. W. P.
ONLY 2 DAYS LEST
UPON WHICH THE STOCK
OF CONSUMERS' COAL CO.
MAYBE BOUGHT FOR
$11.00 PER SHARE
THE PRICE WILL' POSI
TIVELY BE ADVANCED TO
$12.00 NEXT TUESDAY.
NOTE. Your investment is guaranteed by the fact that
we will always be willing to accept your stock in payment
for coal at the market price and we have the coal
Consumers' Coal Company
Commonwealth Trust Co. Fiscal Agents, Commonwealth Building,
Since January Two Large Concern
Have Been Established at Ful
ton Another Planned.
South Portland'a water front Is fast
building up with various sorts of fac
tory enterprises. Blnoe the first of the
year two large concerns have been es
tablished at Fulton, while announcement
ha lust been made that the Portland
Mattress St Upholstery company la pre
paring to expend $50,000 in factory and
warehouse in that district
a iittiM over a block, adiolnhia? tha
Oregon Furniture company's plant on
the west, has been purchased by this
concern on which a two-story factory,
60 by 100, and a three-story warehouse,
60 by 100, will be erected. The pro
moters of this enterprise will endeavor
to so increase their output as to ba
able to take care of the local market.
Patriot io Beruiloa and Picnic
Held Under tha Auspices of the
jroxzarr oani or gagman.
Valuable Prises Patriotic Exercises.
Cedar Park, anaajr, July 81, 107.
Gaelic and American games, running.
Jumping, tug-of-war East vs. West
Sids, Irish llg, ree
mission to Dark.
Lunch served on ths grounds.
a1 duiML etc.. Ad-
SSo; children free.
The BREAKERS HOTEL
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