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TUB JOURNAL AT RESORTS
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' 1 OREGON ILE80RTB.
gwhart Park ....P. 3. Btruok
Hot Lk......,.,.Hot Lake Sanitarium
Seaside.... ..Lwla Co.
WUijolt Springs F. W. Mclraa
Boyd Son and Mineral Springs Hotal
Cascade Springs.... . . . .Thomaa Mof fett
Collins Springs....,, C. T. Blchr
. . . . ..,.,,,.,.,,., .jjouis wouan
.Marshall Fottenger and O. A. Smith
Nahootta.,... .H. J. Brown
Ocean Park Matthews Thedford
Beevlew .... i ....... .Frank lfl. Strauhal
Tba Breakers. Tha Breakers Hotal
. TTONIGirrS AMTSEMEXTS
' Marauam Orand. ' '"r" " "" '
.."Tha Fire of Saint John'
tyrio .Bweet Nail of Old Prury"
Star ......The Strang Advanturaa of
-v '' - ' ' - . Brown"
-Tha Oaks O. W. P. car Una. fir and
anlors of Bill Military academy hara
sued tha 1(07 commencement edition
of Tha Orderly, and ha surpassed all
previous efforts In tha way of publics.
wuua. t um riumuer la replete with In
teres ting storiea, including "Tha Kter.
. initiation Of tha WUlamatt In11. ... '
which recount the downfall of the ono
mighty tribe that predominated In tha
vroaoa country, rnotographlo euta of
mem bare of tha faculty, athletlo teama
and scenes depicting Ufa at tha popular
Institution , are liberally aprlnkled
throughout tha edition. Claaa poama
and class prophaclea are perbapa tha
'" interesting features to tha atu
cents, and ahow much ability on tha
PJrt of th writers. Walter B, Oleaeon.
u.wr in caiet, ana nia corpa or aaaoct
e "unor una Business aaaoclatea, are
w am orngraiumtea upon" their publlca
ki0' whlch. "hould rank with any iaauad
twg. prepa laurj scnooi.
,, '"ecrlbers can have The Journal de
livered at tha regular ratea at tha fol
fortu by notifying tha agents
at tha VaHnna rT.M man Hnnul Huh.
. V '2
, " A. B. Btelnbach, the Morrison-street
- fclothler. has eloeed a deal with Judge
H. H. Northup for tha purchase of tha
nopart-curtla. a ala-atory family hotel
on tha northwest' corner of Fourteenth
and Madison streets. A deposit waa
made yesterday by Mr. Stalnbach, whoaa
attorneya are- now -examining the sb-
Otract Of title The nrl-. n.L ... .-
holding has not been announced, and If
ui m purcnaser max tne mb.
eideratlon, $126,000. given In t local
-paper, la correct. The building covers
vnir k mm j I nnrruui a lan .ni A
- " '.'v-i. uu m iruniaae oi ( zeet and a
f, 0 faat. Tha Bale waa neaje-
vircu- ueiwaen air. BteinDach
suia asuge mortnup. 1 1 t
- i.iu vrvpneujr 01 ins
.Tup- aajeon, . Third and Jefferaon
atreete, who waa. recently flnadlBS in
. tha municipal court for eelllng liquor to
a girt under tha age of 21 yeara. waa
gain arrested laat night by Detectlvea
Kay and Klealln on a char re of vlolat
' ing tha box ordtnanca. According to
- tne- axreeiina ozxioaxsu. Tomnkln . H
aotertajnlna two man and a woman In
a private box In tha resort and tha door
to tha compartment waa locked. In viola
. tlon of tha ord Inane. Tha polio have
- naa eonaldarahle tmnhu fih tha
loon and the place la kept under cloaa
aurvauianca Dy in "moral aquad." ,
new Biammoth cherry, to be known
aa th "Giant," hae been grown by
7Mns Kallach of Wood lawn. From tha
xrea nrai Dariectaai a-
eurad a good crop, a Jar of tha beat
v".u ... .ium, vuwvuuiMH ui III.
-Portland chamber of commerce exhibit.
The Giant la a result of crossing the
ammr auu uie oing. - V
b(ito - rr ounoay m a.ataoaaa ana
take dinner at Hotel Eatacada on the
. ppr Cllckarnaa river, IS miles from
- the elty. Far 78 cents round trip; din
ner 60 eenta. Cara leave Flrat and
Alder streets 7:10. (:S0, 11:10 a, m..
lTlO. 1:40. 6:44. V:l o. m. Tlcketa
einat M narcheaait im'uli 1m w i .1 n
Judge Samuel R. Artman, of Indiana,
nru awviuiw uiia avening at in rim
Presbyterian church on the TJoconstl
. tutlonallty of Saloon Licenses." Jud ire
Artman baa Just returned from Salem,
where ha delivered an address on the
bMA .klM4 TV. 1 ... . I V. . --
.hwjpvm a .iv iwvuiw viiient will
be under tha auaplcea of tha Munlolpal
. aaaodatlon. 1
1"tlak AfmssrMaAfk TIslW m JM m M AaB aai a I
In Portland, Main. August IS, IT and I $.
R. T. Piatt, praeldent of tha Oregon as-
aoctatlon. has announced Oregon la en
titled to three deiegatea and ha would
be pleaaed to appoint any three metn-
oera or tne uregon oar wno may o in
th east at that time and would Ilk to
attend. ,T , , ;
. A bora belonging tt th Wells-Fargo
Express eompany waa lnatanly killed
yeeterday on Grand avenue In a run-
away. Tha team took fright on Eaat
Morrison atreet and ran- directly into
a briok building at Beat Waahlngton,
kJraaklng" the neck of one of tha horses.
waa v&iuea at stuv. me otner nors
not iniurao. -
Outlnga by Trolley Tomorrow Ex
cursion rata to Boring, Barton, Eagle
Creek Eatacada - 71 eenta round trip.
Cara leave O. W. P. ticket office and
watting 'room. First and Alder streets,
7:10, :0. 11:10 a. m., 1:30, 1:40. 6:44,
7:16 p. m. Tickets must be purcnaeea.
Pinner at Hotel Eataoada, 60 eenta. - -
Fleaaur trip by rail and water to
Oregon City and Canamah park. Take
O. W. P. ears. Leave First and Alder
atreets every IS mlnutaa from 1:16 a.
m., 46 eenta round trip. , Tlcketa Inter
changeable with O. C T. boats, on sale
In waiting . room. Tlcketa must b
miv.KAjied. ' ..
Water throaght hoo for gprlnkltng
yards or sidewalks or washing porches
Erefy one who has had any experience in the world of, business
b the pocket is limited to its face
i i. - i : i. .
nsncs a crcun wiiitu is ouen
money useii. . 11 you-want to
monev aeposit it in mis strone Danie
. ... .
aaessssaisiii I SBI II I llll sssssssaaajmca---.
Let Us DoYqur
Another' story added to our
building enlarge 'our facilities
almost a third. Equipment up-to-date.
' Only steam-heated polish
era the kind that doaa not bum.
In Portland. Female help
wanted. ' v . ". '
SECOND AND COLUMBIA
Telephone; Main 398. ' .- :
or windows must be paid for In advance
o ueea oniy Dei ween tne hours of
and a, m.. and S and p. m. It must
not be need for enrlnkltnv areea. . If
usea contrary to theaa rules, or wgsta-
u vut oe snut oir.
By using Japanese Antt-Dust Com'
pound for sweeping your floors you can
sweep all-dust from the floor without
Stlrrlnr It ur to settle a rain an nnda
and furnltura Try It. f. E. Beach a
Co., the pioneer paint eompany, -416
f irst street, rnona Main 1614. .
' ' ' t 1 eaMaaMBMsar - - . -
Rar. John Orall, ... of , th AnO-Sa-
loon league, left ' today , for Astoria,
where he speaks tomorrow la th Fin
nish Lutheran-church at 11 a, m., at th
mass meeting in tne National .hall at
1:30 D. m. and In tha Method lat Mission
nau ac s p. m. , 4
Trolley trips to FalrvleW and Trout
dale, a sew and plctureeque rid.. Take
Eatacada and Casadaro cara, transfer at
I'eoarviue junction. Leave tloket of
Aoa and waiting room 7:S0, :I0, 11:10
a. m i.tv, s:tu, :. p. m.
Fireworks, Band Concert Tonight ' at
th Chautauqua. Take ' Oregon City
oara... Leave - ticket offloa .and- waiting
room. First ana) Alder atreete. every 16
minutes from 6:S0 p. m. Far 16 oenta
round trip. Tlcketa must be purohaaod.
Thin Life." and TOn Young
Mans Choice, will be th subjects of
Rev. John W. Bredahaw at th First
Congregational chur ch
leg ana evening.
Don't watch Taooma aroer. bat wateh
youraeiz or .. your granomotnet aro
strong. If you drink , "Golden Grain
Ladles' and childran'a dav at rteVe
free Mondav all day till o'clock.
Cbutea gate open I a, m. Main gates
ea tt.av p. iU. , , .
Steamer ' Jesse
iy landlnaa. t
Washougal and way
cept Bunday Leavea Washington street
dock at 3 p. m.
C. Elmer Oroya, formerly at
Waahlncton street, haa otned ble
studio at III Washington, oorner Park.
Navajo Indian blankets, ill Sixth st
Aiaaaa inaian Dasneta. ill sixth at,
Eastman kodaka. 111 Sixth street .
" "Golden fwaJn- Oratinlaa ! tm art
O. W. Dickson, grocer, 1106 Belmont
street. . .
Woman's Knliun. ill 'Tmitt' mm
lunah 11:10 to I; business men' lunch.
Acme OH Co. sells th best earetv enal
wu nam iiHunrnni jLast 199,
D. Chambers, optician, lt Beventh.
Bsrger . signs 114 TamhUlphon.
Bark Tanlo for rhaumatlam. . . .
HOMESTEAD FIGHT '
. IN. CK00K COUNTY
peeUl tnsaatca t The JoeroaL) V
Prlnevllle, July JO. Jake Beams was
brought In from Helaler Wednesday on
warrant charging hint with threaten
ing to kill C McFheraoa. Bome time
ago Ream a who was than In th em
ploy of McPherson. filed a homestead
entry of a piece of land that cornered In
th letters alfalfa field. ' When th
unas were run, in survey showed sev
eral acres of choice land that produces
three crops of alfalfa annually, to be on
the new homestead. Reams was or
dered off, the land, but as ha waa living
there in Ti tent with his family, he re
fused to go. McPherson'e men war sent
to remove the - homaateader's fence.
Whereupon thev were-ordered -off lh
land by Reams, who supported bis argu-
wviiie wim wmcneater.
The defendant waa given a hearing
wiu oouna over in tne sum or 6260 to
ypwr wiure wie curcuii court. -
v TO T0TJB OREGON
fBpecUl Dlspetek te The 7mrMl
Hood River, July 10. Arrangements
were nut nere yeeteraay ror a visit
from twelve Hawaiian young women
who will com to this countty In Sep-
temoer under tb auspices of a news
paper published at Honolulu. Miss
a.aytn w. Toiler wetherred. will act
aa guide, philosopher and friend for tha
dusky maidens, and they will be taken
to Cloud Cap InAJ tha tevll'a Punch
Bowl and other points of Interest In the
valley. . Bom of Hood River's famous
apples will be placed at th disposal, of
tha party In an effort to demonstrate
to xnem mat tne lana or tna pineapple
ana mango is not th only place that
can grow luscious rruit.
For lc call Main t4 or A-I14S. f Xoa
n.u.M ait ci i.
It Is ealoulated that there are (0 tons
or soot suspenaea over th elty of Lon
don In th shape of smoke.
.the value of money in hand"
or available caslv lo some : people this
means money in ( the pocket, but to the
snrewd man it means money in the bj-'j
because he knows that he is liable to so'e
robbed or meet with some accident where
by his money, may be lost, but when the
money is deposited in bank, it U absolutely
sale and yet just as, available as though
carried on his person. -The cower ol monev
value, but money in the bank
, . - . . .
larger ana more valuable than
get the most oenefit from vour
S - . . . af
where it w i h af nnH hin
TO REV. FOULKES
Editorial Comment ' of the
Interior on Appointment
of Prominent Minister.
v IN CAPABLE ' HANDS
To SaocM to Pastorate of tb First
PreabyteHan Church la Metropoll
tan Center of Oregon Heavy Tax of
Itosponsibllltf, Bars Organ.
Of Rev. William Hiram "Foulkes, D.
V.. pastor tf th . First Presbyterian
church of this city, tb Interior recently
said editorially: . . ,;
"To succeed to tha pastorate of th
foremost church In th metropoUtan
center of Oregon on of th greatest
ohurchea of th wastat th threshold
of th fourth decade of his age, and
before th cloee of th first deoade of
his ministry, puts a heavy ' tax of re
eponslblllty on th young mati to whom
there comes such a distinguished oaU;
but Portland baa had no occasion to
doubt either In the elty of Or la the
congregation that tha new minister of
the First Presbyterian church la cap
able of tha load. ' A lifelong pastoral
from youth to age, with Increasing
strength In. vry year, Is 'th good
promise of a work already well begun
under th moat excellent auaplcea.
. ' BClslatsrlat Sarltaar. ,
fw"Winiara Hiram Foulke was born
Into a cumulative ministerial heritage,
being fifth In a succession of preachers
descending from the stanoh old land of
Walee. His father. Dr. William Foulkea,
haa for yeara been one of th leading
factors of th synod of Kansaa. Th
young man's native place was Qulncy.
Michtaran: his raising waa In Ohio and
"Emporia college, in th latter state,
afforded him his llterarv education.
Before ha -entered McCormiok seminary
he had a year of pioneer preaching at
Burton, Kaneas. While at MoCormlck
ha laid the foundations for the vigorous
Faith church In Chicago, but In spits of
this extra burden laid upon him ha
gained th honor of hie elaee, and upon
graduating in 1(01 received th Barn a
dine Orme Smith fellowehlp. Enabled
thus to spend a Tear abroad, he and
Mr. Foulkes had the advantage of help-
ful study at Edlnburg,
'His first rerular naatorat
tn eountrv church o
f Sootch people at
El ml re, Illinois, and from thence h
lnola. and from thence be
called to tne church at Clfntdn. Iowa.
VBiiou v liiw viiui vm aw vi'Uevui avt
where after three year th call from
Portland found him.
Zntereat ta agjaslon Work. '
"The outstandlna- fact of Mr. Foulkes'
ministry so far has been his remarkable
success In awakening In his parishes a
fervent seal for foreign missions, but
this a peclallam has not hindered his de
velopment in otner pastoral capacities,
snd In th truest sense of th phrase
tha pastor of Portland First church is
an -iRll-round man. - -
"Dr. Foulkea received Ms degree of
B, A. from Emporia In-1897, and his
M. A. degrea. In 1000. Th degre of
D. D. was recently conferred upon him
K three colleges simultaneously, his
na mater, Emporia, of Kansas, Lenox,
Iowa, on the occasion of bar golden
Jubilee, and Whltworth, Tacoma, thua
lonorlng themselves and the man." .
SPLENDID U00EXET "T
ISSUED BY CHAMBER
Profusely nutntted Publication
Telling of Oregon's Fruit and
Flowers Ready to Distribute. .
X)regon, th Land of Opportunity,"
la th title of th 1108 pamphlet Issued
by th Portland chamber of commerce
just off th press and ready for distri
bution. During th paat few yeara th
chamber of commerce 'haa sent out
many similar publications but th ef
fort of th present year la far ahead
of any-similar publication.
The publication haa ti pages an Is
profusely illustrated' with typical Ore
gon views ranrlna from tha mountaJna
and rugged apota of th state to th
representation of th fruits and flowers
rrown witntn its borders, included in
he book Is a maD of the .state unnn
tha back of which fs nrlnted a resume
of tha land laws of the state for the
information of those who contemplate
com In ir from the eaat to maka hirniu
on the Pacific coast. .
Th chamber of commerce will sand
out 10,000 copies of this puMloatton In
answer to the Inquiries which ar con
stantly being received from every part
of th country and .- vn across th
ocean) - .
Th former work of 'th chamber
of commeroe In this line haa netted
ood returns for the state and It la
the .Intention of th organisation to
continue th campaign. Th plana for
the next publication ar already beina
considered. It being the Intention to en
large uie sue to pages. During th
remainder of the rear It la th Inten
tion of th chamber to print-pamphlet
on special subjects from tlm to time
' distribution aa called for.
UILDING TERMIT ;
FOR ROOMING 1T0USE
Edward llolmsit' took out a nermlt
this morning for th construction of a
four-story rooming bouse at the south
west corner of Third and Montgomery
treats, dlasonallv serosa . the atreet
from th Oraduat Nurse' home. Th
ouuaing 1 tox be of frame construction
snd will cost about $u.000. - t
s Original Styles. "
m Bhteluelv Brntrh and English woolen.
Bolerook A iariiA, Couo Mook,
Rev. William Hiram Foalkea, D. D,
STEADY GAIN IN
Highest Figure of Month
Beached In Realty Trans
; actionsf Yesterday.
The highest fjgur of th month
IS4.I11 was reached in th realty
transaction filed for record yesterday.
For th past three weeks, or since th
first of th tndnth, there has been
steady gain In th volume of sales, with
every Indication pointing to an active
demand throughout th remainder of the
summer for all olasaes of property.
Deeds for two .valuable holdings In
ths North Portland warehouse district
war ftled yesterday. Mra Ann Man
ning transferred to George W. Holcomb
th quarter block at the nbrtheaet cor
ner of. Irving and Fifteenth atreets for
120.000. and Louis W. and Rv.r.tt a
Starr purchased from Jama P. Cook
th 60-foot lot at tha aouthweat corner
of Everett and Fourteenth atreeta for
til. tun. Both ot Lbeaa altaa ara cuvr i.
pica oy reaiaenoe.
, Mra. Kllnbe'h O.- Zlrler has cur'
ehaawd from Charlea K. Oliver a hnuae
and lot on the northeaat corner of East
naimon ana uasi Twentv-aixtn atraata
W. H. Mbnaater has sold to C. Hansen
a lot on Ooodaell street, near Eaat Stark,
for 11.000, The property is a part of
the Mayor Qetea addition adjoining
ounnjreiue on ine nortn. . .
Bert EL Marlon haa rjurehaaad from
A. W. SmlOi a lot on Macadam' roatl,
near Idaho street. South Portland, for
HARNESS THIEF IS
; SENT TO ROCK PILE
. I Chittenden, arrested by Detec
tives Kay and Klenltn for th theft of
two sets of harness from Verstess,
ones y ara. miriv-nrsi ana xiiuunooa
streets, -wee before Judge Camaron -ye,
terday. He entered a plea of guilty
and waa sentenced to six months on tha
rookplle. Chittenden was formerly em
ployed by Varsteg and drink Is assigned
as the cause of hie downfall. Vereteg,
after th dlsappearanc of th first set
or Harness, purcnaeea a new outfit, on
th same night Chittenden paid another
visit to th barn to ths dlaoomfltur of
praf ei i ed Stoolt Osamae
Allen Lewis' Beat Brand.
Jndge Samnel R.
ITin Lectare Tonight In the
First Presbyterian Chnrch
Jodge L L Fraier Will
Werner Peterson Co.
Formerly at lit Fourth B treat, ar now
located at .
146ft Second St.
Between Morrison and Alder.
Colombia River Through Line
Btamers of the "OPEN RIVER" tins
leave OAK STREET DOCK every Mon
ly, Wwlneeday end Friday at T1VK
O'CLOCK A. kt. for all points between
Portland. Th Dalle - and Umatilla.
Leave early and see all the river. Ar
rive early. Low ratea Prompt service.
Telephone Main 1101, Rome AI5J7.
Sunday River Trips
-j Oregon GtyMagoon'av-Pt rk,-Bingham. nd rOswego jre
ideal spots for picnickers. -
Special boats Suhday leave Taylor street at 730, 9:30, 11:80
a. m., 1:30, 3:30 p. m. Last boats back 3:30 an4 5:3Q p. m.
Round trip 45c. Oregon Citytickets exchanged with O.
. , -. . W. P. cars. . .
Oregon Gty Transportation Co;
, . PHONES 40 AND A231. t .
"J CnsrviU0 Custodlm"
4 Per Cent
For the convenience of
its customers on Satur
day evenings from 6 to 8
114 Second SL
r Corner Va5fcIa3ton r;
Ton as th teeth, three times
dairy aa a rule. Is it any wonder
they give ' out and : trouble yon
after a whllat
If your lav , oommenced to
glra out. place yourself la - our
oara. Well clean tha teeth, re
move th tartar, tin or crown th
decayed teeth with gold, maka
them good Jfor yeaj-s i Jooom. ... ,'
AO work don palntosaly. Beta
of - teeth, furnished WITHOUT
plates! ; . i.
W. A. WISE, Dentist
BJH sad Waaiuagtoa f.
T. f. Witt. It A, Stardevant
, and n. A. MlmsA
:....:-.. 'AMOOIATXa. :iJ.-
.. . roniT ivy .
THE WHITE TEMPIE
and Taylor anraevs.
10OO A, WL
Out of Fashion"
PrIud. "Th Pre Club's Butter
milk Banauet" . -, -- .
BIKOB BOTH, BfcRVICES. ,
Night, th ato&T crrr."
BUY THE WuTTE
. Tha King o ewtag afsnhinea. '
Vo aala kr
IThKe Sewing Machine Agency
X. S. Yoaea. TamhlO.
FOR SALE CHEAP
- AS dads of aeoad-ataad Brarmr
' Vatrfotla Mennloa and rioalo
Eeld Under the. Auspices of th
Ajrctsar ouu or anxmiriAjn
Vaiuable Prises Patrlotlo zerclsea
Cedar Faaav uiidayr July gV 1T,
.uncb served on the grounds.
Every Day in
Oaello and American games, running,
lumping, tug-of-war Eaat vs. . Weet
Bide. Irish Jig. reel dancea. eto. Ad
mission to park. 25c: children free.
The Crowd Goes
Schiizonyi's Hungarian Hussars
.i. -. Engagement Limited T..:'
Fourteen minutes to, the Oaks on the new dou
ble track and down-town. loop. '
; Free admission Monday ladies and children
,free,at gates all day. '!-..,";.: 7
gx coming ueaves' Mannikms. . TheyTl make
y you laugh.
The BREAKERS HOTEL
"rww.-Tf- 'a-AB .,w.j i .i.y.ipisjjsjwy saj.spjaiiiMi j.i.pi.y'W'i. i. l . ,i i hi ihuwiiiii nj 1 1 mmrmmm
"ni. : :
' i -
UASoro aTtmiim xxaomT or ths vaoxtio tobtbwbb.
Xlectrlo Light. Steam, Hot and Cold Bait Water In Every Tub. Buy Ticket
to Breakers, Paolflo County, Wash. Poetofflce Address. Breakers, Wash.
- ' " ' ' . e
TVRK AND QOUOH STREKTS
PBCIAt BUMMCSJ RATKS) '
STew hotel, faeea Jeffersea aVraara. Tw
leek from Vaa Nsss Ava. the sisesnt shop
ping district, Car Uses transferrins all eve
city, peas door. Every modern enueniewee.
S&Orooras single erea suite. 1M private bathe.
Anerteea and European plena. Prices sasd as
ate. Omnibus meets all trains.
. - STCWART BARKER CO.
Xa Betel Stewert Opea September 1st
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd - Street - and Broadway
Bunny rooms, private baths, long-dls-tanoa
telephones, compressed air clean
ing, targe loboy, cats a la oarta with
eulsln and service unsurpassed. For
rates, eta address
N. B. MULLAN, Manager.
Formerly Aaalstant Manager Palaos
riotei. Ban rranolsoo.
" : DDT AND UAVDnrOlTH STS.
First permanent big
' hotel dowa tows.
Contain 100 bMutifuny
f arnlshed etearn heated
apartawnts. 40 baths.
Private telephone Mr
Eddy 8b eara from
ferry peas door end eoe
sect with Sid tit. ears
from S. P. Depot.
Rates from f 1.00 op.
Phone Private Ex.
r a n c i s
street. Bet. Powell
Btrlctly rirst-Olaaa, Abeohitely Plr.
proof. 131 BMomsi SO with Bath.
9. ODOHIU, Mgr.
tmhlng-, Bleedlag, Bra.
without Mia er euttlng.
: - OaU or writ .
DR. T. aJ. PIGRCU
181 Ttrrt MU Portland. Or.
Each Csp. v
uie bears MI0)
the aamAg Zs
ALL PRCOOISTS, j
S a n F
I - I 1 1 r v .
D. C. FREOMAN
Where the Crowd Is'
Confetti Carnival and Fire
works Satur3ay NiflM
and Monkey Circus i!
K Special Concerts by
' !l J jf v
. POR.TX.ANDt ORBOOIC
KUROPEAN PLAN ONLY
BBAPQTJARTERB FOR TOURIBTS
, TRAVKLaUtaV ,
Bvarrthlng t eat and drink, and
It sosta no more In tb (
Portlana Hotel Rathaknr
than eleewhere la th city,
weekday night from :! ta IS,
' BC -OL lOWni, SCaaage.
CAMP JUST FOR FUN!
On OOZitnEBXa, IXOVQX, It la aa Ideal
place for picnic parties, lots of ale,
cool shad tree; lo cream stand; boats
for rent 11 Ho per hour: $1. per day.
Vancouver ears; get off at Farrell'a
crossing, walk north to slough: far to.
MARQUAM a RAIN O
Phon Mala V
TOBTOaTT AJTD BTB9AT BZCtaTT. .
In ths greatest of all Budermana
. dramas, . .
1 ho Flrca of 'Ste-'alohn
Evening 11, T(o. lOo. 1 5c Matinee,
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Next week "Magda.
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"A Bit of Travesty"
THE STAR JS!!
Th Screaming Fare Comedy,
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Matinees Tuesdnva. SThumlaTa fbifn.
day and Sundays at I: JO. Prlcee 10oant
iuc Kvery evening at 1:15. prices 10c,
lOo. and lOo. Reeerved "Seats by phon.
Corner Taagna and Twenty-fourth.
July 16, 17. 18, 19. 20, 21.
Oem called at l:0 p. m. dally.
Oamea called at 1:30 p. m, Sundays.
xAirBB' bat tbxdat;.
Grandstand 5c. . Children 15.
lioz . Basts tSe.
New opportunity tn ao.nlre knoI"1re
with plwuiura- comhlned. The nmee
Tours sre presenting a trip thn.uii
Routh Africa, He Cap Town, tie
l.loas HJ, Talile mountain, Klrm.i
tay, naval station, firevn point 1
Camp's hay. All for 10 cent
SIXTH AND WASHIf.'GTC ;
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