The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, July 30, 1907, Page 9, Image 9

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    ..II, J, JULY i;, u.;.
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Toivn Topics
THE, JOURNAL AT RESORTS
'' "rfsorlbere em hay Th. Journal 5s-
lv i at the niultr rata at the rol
lowii, resor'.s by notifying th -nt
t the various places mentioned, Sub
. Bcrtpttona by mall are payable In ed-
TBUI.1I
ORBQON RESORTS.
Oearhsrt Park..,,. ..P. 3. Struck
noi jutaa ....Hot Lake Sanitarium
- feiild.. . .'. ,..I.ewt Co.
WUholt Springs F. W. McLeraa
WA8IUNOTON RESORTS.
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Boyd Son and Mineral Spring Hotel
c"ii Spring. ahim"J Mo,ff,?u
Collins Springs C, T. belcher
Ilwaco luls Cohen
ilarehaU Fotteoger end ?. X. Smith
. Nahcotta , H. J. Brown
Ocean Park Matthewa Thedford
Seavlew Frank B. Streuhal
The Breakers.... ...The Breaker Hotel
V TOXIGIIT'S AMYSKMEXTS '
w ... , - '.', .',;'
Marquam -Grand ;i' ' ll'" ,
, "Th. Htorw nf the Golden Fleece
Grand '. Vaudeville
Star "The Royal Slave'
The pake. ... .O. W. P. cara. let Alder
Holladay Park, band concert. Blgnor
v caprlo, airector.
Three different corporations' and In
dividual are seeking. .gag franchises
from the city of St. Johns.- The fran-cMv-eare
sought byS. B. Davisldor,
Steele and I. '. Purse. Mr.
, dvlsldor asks- for an exclusive fran
chise, which City Attorney- Qren says
Is Impossible under the provisions of
me cnarier. i ne matter or granting
the franchise will come up this evening.
There .is a tendency in the council to
rant all the franchises asked for and
' a-lve everybody a chance. - There Is an
opinion also that the franchise la sought
In view of future possibilities. Should
me cur ever do annexed co i-oruana
the franchises would probably be good
in tna cujr oi roruana.
ThShead camp convention of the Pa
ct flo ' Jurisdiction,.- Woodmen, of the
World, which has just concluded Its
sessions in Seattle, voted to hold Its
next convention In Portland. It Is not
now known whether this convention will
be held two or tbrea years hence. Here
tofore these conventions have been held
biennially, but on account of the ex.
Dense Incurred by the delegates In com
ing from ail Darts of the Jurisdiction.
-at movement la on foot to- bold the eon
vent lone every three yeare. The Juris
diction comprises the eight Pacific coast
tates of Oregon. Washington, Califor
nia. Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Colorado
ana Utah, ana tne territory ox Arisona.
- Two suit for dlvoros on the around
of desertion have been filed in the cir
cuit court. David H. Van Horn raster
day afternoon brought suit against Mrs.
A. I. Van Horn, to Whom he was married
In Polk .county in November, , 1888,
"Road to Frisco'
harglnj that ahe deserted him In May,
. lo. They have two enuaren. vernie,
: aged II years, and Earl, aged 11 years,
whoa euatodv Van Horn asks. Mrs.
Lena Oreenbaura brought suit against
. Jsa Oreenbaum, charging desertion In
' Ootober, DOS. They were married at
(jnicaaro in June, ivuu. Airs, ureenoanm
asks that her maiden name, Dlmond
steln, be restored to her.
. T " The " annual session of th : Oregon
' Press association will be held this year
. at Oearhart, The decision was reached
yesterday at a meeting of the executive
committee of the - association hold at
the Esmond hotel. The members will
assemble in' Portland Thursday. August
:, , ana oepart uat evening zor .asioria.
The regatta wlU ba taken in on Friday,
and than thev will detiart for Oearhart.
where Saturday g and, Sunday - will be
'? , W, . T. .. Fraxer. a, logger, who was
brought to tha Good Samaritan hospital
yesterday from Goble, suffering from a
, number of perforations of the intestines
died shortly after admittance to the in
stitution. , Fraaer was knocked down by
a falling log . yesterday . morning and
'wounded In the abdomen- by a broken
tmb. He was is yeaxa of ago and
,eVMWidOW -l j-j-A;'
. On promising to pay his wife tit
a month. John Counter, accused by Mrs.
Colamer of falling to support her. was)
released 'in tha county court by Judge
Webster this morning. The couple
were married In Wyoming several years
ago, where they met on a cattle ranch.
Colamer was known as one of tha bast
horseman among tha cowboya.
( Water through t hose for' sprinkling
yards or Wdswalka or washing porches
or windows mutt be paid for in advance
and used only between tha hours of t
and I a. m.. and C and t p. m. It must
not ba used for sprinkling streets, if
used contrary to tnesa rules, or waste
fully. U will be ahut off. , ..,...,
Tha- following, .article left - o - tha
TrtTeetearn yestrtay-Tnay-'b'TcoveTed
by the owners at room 4, O. w. p.. build
inr. First and Aiders Ona -handbaa. one
r bathing sult, one hat, I canvas bsg with
pipe, seven misoeuaneoua packages, one
; oatchal, one umbrella, ona Jacket, ona
jurt..v. .-v.
Grocers, Attention! Mew modern
front corner store for rent, in rood resi
dence district, on car line; a fine, loca
tion for grocery and market; reasonable
rent; no opposition nearby. ; Investl-
ite. Address O-eos, journal, ,- -
I
nr end of ths cltv we sen "(VoJd-
an uValn Granulfa." the Dure cereal cof-
., fee, with pure food guarantee. Koehn
Base, lit KlUlngswortb. avenue, . '
' Steamer Jesse Harklna, for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
oept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
""dock a.t p. m. '.--.. ' ; , '
T H.Tr Hefty. srchltecC hsj " resumed?
Ms business practice and Is situated in
ths Lumber Exchange building, room 421.
Perfect fitting eye glasses. tl.'tOL Dr.
B. J. Mills, 111 Sixth, near Washington.
19.
Woman's Exchange, 111 Tenth steeet,
lunch 11;I0 to I; business men s lunch.
W.- Moore, - expert photographer.
ding. Seventh and Stark sU.
- Aems Oil Co. sell safety coal oil snVl
fins .gasoline. Phone East 7; B-1007.
' Metsger-s ays glasses tl. til Waah-
ingtoa street-... , . .... v .
Ir. E. C Brown, Kyo-Bar. Marquam.
Chlneaa Kpiscopat mission school will
Let Us Do Your
Laundering
-3rr.
''Another story added . to , our
'building enlarges our 'faoilltlea
almost a third. .Equipment up-to-
data. " Only steam-heated polish
ers the kind that does not burn
' - Portland. " Female help
- wanted. .: ' A ..
Jr iiwiam lAiiwnnv
SECOND AND COLUMBIA
- Telephon Main 399.
JUDGE DIETRICH
IS 111
POPJLAID
Idaho Federal Jurist Here
on Business Connected
With His Court.'
IDAHO MAIN THESTE'
OF, VISITOR'S TAI
Satlsf actor Adjustment May Come
for Cattlemen With Regard to Bet
' ter Acreage Apportionment Land
" Fraud SltnaUoa Gaeatljr Clarified.
Judge F. ' B. Dietrich of tha United
States district court for Idaho is at
ths Portland - hotel, having come to
Portland on business connected with his
court and to visit several days before
leaving for Long' Beach in company
with Mrs. Dietrich 'and their two little
girls to spend two weeks at tha coast
resort'.",:. '., ' -vi' '' -
Judge Dietrich had little to say re
garding tha land f rand situation in
Idaho, save - to remark that tha atmos
phere had been considerably. clarified
by tha conviction of the principal de
fendants, Kettenbacb. and , Caster. - Ha
said his business In . Portland was in
relation to matters on which he wished
to consult Judge. William B. Gilbert of
tne inltea states circuit court,
Idaho was tha main thama on which
Judge Dietrich talked, and he told of
the great work being done by irrigation
In reclaiming thousands of acree of arid
land In various parts of the state. In
speaxing or conditions in nis state,
Judge Dietrich aald: . . ..
"Idaho has been forging ahead won
derfully in tha development of natural
resources and svsry claas of labor and
business is enjoying great popularity.
Work of reclaiming arid land haa been
progressing rapiaiy and price nave ad
vanced greatly.
"In the-southern part of the state
sheepmen and cattlemen have had to
contend with, small acreages in the
graaing land Which Has been tna cause
or muon complaint, but It is believed
that ths visit of Chief Forester Olfford
Plnchot. who cam west with Secretary
Garfield, will result In a mors satisfac
tory adjustment of allotments.
. XMtlena In all narta of ths star are
busily engaged In their various indus
tries, and the trial of Haywood- for the
murder of ex-Governor Steunenberg ex
cited no more interest there than else
where. - All that the residents of the
state seemed concerned about was that
Haywood ba accorded a fair trial, and
when I left all aeemad agreed Ohat thin
had been done. -
"I was greatly surprised at the ver
dict, not trial i baa formed an opinion
in tha mattor. because I did not follow
the evldenoe closely enough, but be
cause of tha length of the trial and the
great mass or evidence introduced I be
lieved, in common with tha rest of the
people, that a disagreement would arise
in the Jury room and a hung jury re
sult." - Judge Dietrich and family -will leave
tomorrow morning zor tne coast. t
BIO TRANSACTION : 1
IN BEAITY MARKET
Portland : Trust Company Secure
- -Morrison Street Corner for ? .
,,t '0,000-O4er Denlsf r
The week's realty market started off
yesterday wjth one big sal and a large
number of small ones, aggregating over
175.000. r . -.,.;,-.
The lot and frame business bouse at
the northwest corner of East Morrison
street and Union avenue, baa been sold
by Friedlander Daly to the Portland
Trust Comnanv of Oregon, for 140.000.
Tha property is under a lease that his
four years to run, and which pays over
per cent, on ua purcnase price, prop
erty values in this Immediate district
are advancing rapidly. Two years ago
business sites along Kast Morrison
street and Grand - avenue could - be
bought for' one third the prices they
win remauy Dnug toaay. - --John
DunDhv haa nurchaaed from J.
B. ' Boydston, a bouae and lot at the
southwest corner of Sharon street and
uarneia avenue; consideration 14,100.
uia m. cstryxer naa purchased from
Benjamin Fallows, a house and lot on
Fallow's Terrace. Portland Heights, for
ii. now. 1 : -
M fractional lot at tha northeast cor
ner . of Kast Pins and East Eighth
streets has been purchased by Addle
n. mnmw irom ueorge Jtu. Kottage,
for 13.880.
F. H. Kearney has sold the residence
at the southeast corner of Wygant and
East Eighth streets to John Hlnck for
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SPLENDID PK0GRAM :
;.', FOR PARK CONCERT
An attractive nrogram haa bean ar
ranged for this evening's conoert at
Holladay park by Blgnor . Da .Caprlo'a
parg Dana. : jrouowing is tne program
in full: - . -
March, "Tannhauser" (Wagner) ; over
ture, . "Stabat Mater,'' by" request (Ros
sini): organ offertory, . by request
(Batiste); . bridal chorus from "Loben-
ftrln," by request (Wagner): "Danoe of
he Bayaderes" (Rublnateln); intermis
sion: grand selection, "Carmen," by re
quest (Blast) i waits Tante in Para
dise" (De Caprlo); ballad, muslo and
soldier march , from "William Tell"
(Rossini); "i Clnquantalne". (Marie);
march. "Our. American Bellea'V. Llb-
eratl). A. De Caprlo, director.
reopen August 1. on Thursday even In a
at 7 :80 p, m. Will be pleaaed to sea all
teachers ana pupils present st regular
service. Jamss M. Kan, superintendent
Rooms f er rent. SeUlna-HW-aoh build.
leg. ..4 v, .. ; . . . v(j . ,,
D, Chambers, optician lit Seventh."
Berger signs I4 TamhiUphone.
Bark Tonlo for rheumatlan. - '. -.
' Beck-Hswe1eT-t01 ? Alder, - j' '. V"'
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Ice
For Ice call Main 114 or A-1I4B.
Delivery company. Ill Stark St.
Exclusive Novelties.
- Scotch and English woolen Hnl
brook snd Leveen, Couch bldg Fourth
and Washington streets, ' . .
I ' r Lewiston's Paving Plane.
(SpeUl Maeatrta to The JoaroaL)
Lewlatnn, Ida., July 10. Bids on Lew
lton' IUO.00U paving project will soon
be called for snd the contract let. De
tails of the work to be done have been
completed by the city council and City
Engineer Gullland has been Instructed
to prepare permanent plana for paving
the street of the city. The drainage
plan provides for the assembling of tha
storm waters In a system of catch
baalns snd then carrying them Under
ground to th river. The estlmnte pro
vides for bltullthlo pavement. The sys
tem win be paid for on a 10-year an
nuel payment plan, - . , -(
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PLECIV OF CARS
FOR EVERYBODY
Hy Eilers Impressed With
GOTernmcnt Ownership of
Streetcars Abroad. '
MUNICIPAL THEATRES
GOOD THINGS ALSO
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Another Feasible Proposition In Re-
tnmed Portlander! Mind U Ken
. ( tal to ClUxen of TUtted Ground
" to Raise Garden' Produce On. '
. Onf tha things that Impressed ma
most abroad," aald Hy. Filers, who has
Just leturned from an extended Euro
pean trip, "is the advantage gained in
many ways from the old-world system
of municipal ownership. . It seeme as
though ths mass of ths public enjoy Ufa
mora gat more out of it thsre than the
corresponding class does with us.
; "I don't ' mean." he continued, "that
bur people would be better satisfied
with their -.conditions. The extremely
frugal and yet beautiful home life, the
simplicity and spirit OI it our peopi
would not understand and assimilate
But In tha matter of street railway
service, for instance, the principal of
municipal ownership ssems to work over
there to perfection.
"No overcrowded cara; the signs are
plainly posted up so many seals nera,
so many there, and if you find the car
all f ulL you wait for . the next Of
course thev run enough cars to accom
modate the travel; something that our
street railway companies would ao.weu
to imitate.
"Again, in the matter of music No
city of any slie, either in Germany or
In Italy, but has Its municipal theatre;
where, for a small prloe, one can see
and hear tha best - things. Tbs biggest
thing I heard In the operatlo way was
"La Gloconda." magnificently given
with ' delightful orchestration, at Flor
ence, all for a very small admission fee.
"Another feature of municipal owner
ship which seems feasible Is the plotting
of ground for a trifling rental, . where
eacn ciuien . raises nis own proauoe.
One sees whole tracts of this kind with
their little cottages and a contented
Dopulatlon."
instancing the simple naturalness of
tne German spirit, Mr. Kilers told or an
educational convention at Freiburg, at
tended by national representatives. ' "At
the close of-the exercises; -what do you
think was the plece-de-relstance of the
whole affalrT" asked Mr. Ellers. "No
less. than a walk through tha Black
forest to the famous Schlossberg. Im
agine us holding a national convention
and offering the guests as a great treat
a walk through the city park, up the
canyon road and back by way of Port
land Helghta." .
"I took pains ' to see most of ths
noted scenery," continued Mr. Ellers,
"the Rhine, the Lake of tha Four Can
tons, and I assure you it Is only a toy
proposition against the real thing. Whsn
we bavs the facilities for seeing the
f reat scenery of this coast.' we will see
ho- limited -trains carrying the tourist
travel leaving eastern cities every half
hour for the coast. Even outside of all
sentiment connected with our scenic
features, we should -take pslns to pre
serve the landscape features, for as a
business proposition It Is wise.
"Swltaerland haa one and one-fourth
tourist to one of ths population. The
historical society, too. cannot too soon
resurrect and make known the tradi
tions ooaaeoted with our soenlo features,
Theae are the things that attract tourist
travel and make associations." . v
fros Waahinirton street tn tha "the
aid No. m--where yon will find the
best values in- men's furnishings. Sale
still on. .
RESTFUL SLEEP
Many Portland People Find It
Hard to Get .
Hard te eleep at night . '
. With that awful bane. Itching Plies,
With Irritating Ecsema. , ,
With any Itchiness of the skin. '
, Dean's Ointment rellevee, and oure.
; HerVs Portland testimony te prove ltt
Jacob Hsasr6ng, 'farmsr, living at the
.-. . ... . . -i i ',. - . . ' . -
corner of East Xwenty-elghth street and
KeeUy avenue, Portland. Or, says: '"la
recommending Doan's Ointment te those
who suffer from hemorrhoids Z can. only
repeat the statement I made some three
yeare ago, , I had suffered from this
trouble for some years and In hot
weather It was. a great worry te me, I
could not sleep at night Other prepa
rations having glvn me little or ne re
lief Z finely began using Doan's Oint
ment and it required only a few appli
cations to bring soothing and healing
relief. The facta above stated are as I
told them Just after my first trial of
the remedy, I think lust as muoh of
the preparation today," '
For sale by an dealers. Price 10 cents.
Fostsr-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the
take ho other.'
name DOAN'S end
AT THE THEATRES
V New Play Immense Sueceea. v..
- Naaee O'Nell'e appearance last night
in ths nsw play "The Story of the Gol
den Fleece," was ths theatrical event
of the year In Portland. It is the first
time that a star haa presented a new
play In this city and consequently the
event was of the utmost importance, . '
' 1 '. .' "
' Eastern HeadUners.
' There Is never a scarcity of eastern
headline acts at ths Grand and this
week the bill is particularly well sup
piled. Beatrice Moreland. the talented
comedienne, assisted by Stanley Johns,
Is - presenting "Taming a Husband.
This Is, however, only one of a large
number of entertaining features.
a Royal 61Te."
Wlth the current attraction the stock
company1 et- the , Star Is ' offering th
public the best play seen at that house.
T'A Royal Slave" le a Mexican drama tn
which Frank DeCamp starred for sev
eral seasons and Miss Eunlcs Murdock
was featured. These people are seen in
original parts. , . .
. The Road to Prieeo.H. ' :
Tonight at the Lyrlo the Allen stock
company will present a 1 new western
dramatlo Success entitled "The Road to
'Frisco." The play Is one of the strong
est of its kind that has ever been pre
sented In thla city. It is sure to please.
".r The Oak', New Featuree. , !
- Among new features of the Oaks Is
Landauer's troupe of actors who are
creating a decidedly favorable impres
sion et the big park. They are to be
keen at the park for a lengthy engage
ment and will furnish amusement for
thousands. . Their act is tree. ' t
r!arbonla aald sea and soda water in-
nllaneea. . Bilderbaek A- Crane Co II
first. . .
Ftefened knock Canned Ocean,
Allen at Lewis' Best Brand.
SPEC IAL SUHTtlE R
EXCURSION BATES
VIA
From CHICAGO Use '
"LAKE SHORE"
, Michigan Central - ':
Vhe ariagara Falls Bowse
From ST. LOUIS
vf f ''' Um
"BIO FOUR Route.'
'AMERICA'S GREATEST
RAILWAY SYSTEM' -
TO
BOSTON OLD I HOME WEEK. JULY 25. 26, 27.2s
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS ONE FARE plus $2 for the Round Trip.
; , A Grand "OLD HOME WEEK Celebration and Reunion
Seven Dava at Pnhlie Festivities, commencinar IULY 28th
Founder' Day; Patriots' Day; Greater Boston Day; New England Day;
Maaaachusetts Day; Women's Day; Military Day. During theae seven days
nistonc ouo i UN will be ,"AT nUMK to aU ner sons ana uaugmers.
wnerever reaicung. - ..: , . .
.BOSTON&BETUBN JKK ,EPT. H a
. j , rare irom tnitAW, Fare from ST. LUU1S, 127.00 ..
NEW ENGLAND RESORTS, aospt
From CHICAGO or ST LOUIS, One Fare Plug $2.00 for the Round Trip
CANADIAN KES OK TS, dautIeptIso, -w
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS, One Fare Plus 12.00 for the Round Trip
" Full Particulars may be obtained from any Ticket Agent of the "
2; NEW YORK CENTRAX LHVES
WARREN J. LYNCH. Passenger Traffic Manager. CHICAGO
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Two Stores
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Great. . - .
Discount g
Benjamin's
doming
. $40.00 Suits $28.00
$35:00 Suits $24.50,
$30.00 Suits $21.00
$25.00 Suits $17.50
$20.00 Suits $14.00
$18.00 Suits $12.60
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THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
Is th garden spot of the). earth, and GOLDEN GRAIN
-r " ; r r GRANULBS U tha fiaaat drink on aarth
GOLDEN CHAIN GRANULES
la a pura cereal health coffee, and can be had from tha follow
lag grocers in tha ROGUX RIVER VALLEY
r xaT KB9TOBB, OB. L
B. tt. Warner ' . " ,,''T""l
Hutchinson A tumsdsn
.Miller Bwbanks ..... "
Allen es Reagaa
W. Stringer '
F. I CranflU , ' , .,',''.." ,fr" '"
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- '(iXX QMAXTJ WAMU, On.' !'
H.'C. Bohsaln ' ' ' -
'- Kenney A Truax -: . .-
-- Claus Sohraldt ., ' , . -1
J. P. Kenney '
Southern Oregon Supply Co.
T. T. Dean , : i
T. B. Cornell if 1 ,. -C
F. Dixoa. . ". . .
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W. V. Jones.
nr aomvnus, oa.
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Kunan-Taylor Oa. '
Ulrleh Broe. -.'j-'
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CranflU Jloblnet .
J. W. Mwrltt
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C W. Wolters .
argent A Dvnlap.
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Tartar Duqield
C. H. Fanner '.
Xerrltt Co.ii-..-'U-i-.-,--
O. Winter
Holmes Broe.'
Kims Cappeller
Too Co.
Young at JMx.
Crews at Son
tioomle 4k Nelson
D. P. THHSS &X0 Wholesale Grocers
; MBDPORD, QRBQON
' : . Xiet-atsrs for So therm Oregea and Vomer California. -
"Golden Grain Granules" ia served at tha Moore HoteL Med
ford, Ore., becanse tha Moore Hotel senret the beat
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k)v.nlng ll.oo. Ho, lo, JJa.
lne. 76o, 10c, S60.
Curtain 1:10 p. m.
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Phone Main 4685.
This Week the Allan Stock Company
Presenting
Tn boad to nuioo. j.
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday. Bator- A
day and Sunday. Prices, 10c, 10a. -Kvery
evening at 1:11. Price, 10o, lt
and I0o.
Keaarved seats by phone, Vain 4111.
Office open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
THE STAB
Phones Mala 4ltl
and Home A-ltvC
The eoolt theatre in the city.
THV BOTAXi X.ArV
Frank DeCamp as Aoquilla, , the Aateo
.ing. . .
Matinees Tueadava. Thursdays. Sat-
Urdaya and Sundays at 1:10; prices. 10O
snd too. BVentngs at 1:1s; prices. 10a,
too and loo. Keserved seats Dy pnone
for sll jperformancea. .
THE GRAND
Vaudeville de Luxe ;
Special Bill of lleadliners
: Matinees Daily Price 10c
Two shows nightly at T:45 and
9:30. :
Prices 10c, 20c and box seats, '
80c.:.-c );.,,;..
Matinee prices Sundays and s
holidays,-same -as evening,
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Coolest- moat cheerful and re-
freehlng recreation spot in th
Boa city.
C Landancr Tronpc C
Fie. Specialties on Band
- . Stage.
Popular programs at 1:00,
1:16. T:S and:0 O'clock by
Sch'iayl', Canarlaa Bosun
a Eathuslasm snn aniit in n
thly play.
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Foony Uaclkla Tfccstre
He's sorry he couldn't open
Sunday but he's ready at last.
Oaks' annual relay swimming-
race Saturday. Trophies
given.
Cnmf-na ICventfl w Carman's
f B Benefit day, Dig prises. Tnurs-
day, August I. Foresters' day
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Ooimeg Tangte and Twenty-fourth. -July
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VS. PORTLAND
Oame ealled at 1:10 p. m. dally.
Oames ealled at 1:10 p. m. Sundays.
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; ADMISSION 25o. J "
Grandstand SB. . Children 10a.'
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Picnic and FieH Day
OF
ASTOR
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THE LARGEST GTY CI OREGON
(with the exception of Portland) la the headquarters for the sal.
mon Industry of the world. Astoria has the climate, there are
v neither flys, fleas, mosquitos nor dust. .. .
Golden Gram Granules
The 100 per cent mire cereal health coffee, can be had from the x
'"( .5 . following. crocers in Astoria, vis.i;
eoot m 1 Or
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Milk Denot No.
Milk Depot No. Grocery.
: Fisher Bros. Co. '
A. V. Allen. - . :..,,"-v . .-,
Acme Orooery.'
Be half! eld. Mettson A Co.
Hoss. iTtg(rins a ce.: '
C it. Chrfsteneen. -'
Tongue Point Lumber Co. Store.
- Johnson Morrison.
Suomalalnan Cooperative Co.
E. Hauke Co,
b. Ai. Mauwrup.
XV BAVrjSB, OB. (Center for
i umber Industry en the Colum
ns river.)
Ferris Broe.
McMltan Mereaatlle Co, . ..
F. Traw.
. M. Ellis Co.
A. Pilchard soaj. -.-.-.
XV 'KAtasti. OB
3. P. Hansen.
XV WABBBVTOV. Oa
( - Warrenton Orooery A Butcher
Co, . ..
:. C. W. White. ..- -.. .,.
IV BABXABT, OM- . r .
F. Dresser.
xv crrTgKAJrrji, om. (A lively .
eity, where settlers are wanted.)
K. Kdgerton,
Henry Krata,
ti, MCKlel.
tV SKAMAKAWA. OB
' Tlmothe Rlcharda. - - A
XV SSASIDB. OB f:'V?tl
, B. W. Otto. .'
. " F. Dresser (twe stores).!
"Oolden. Grain Granules" la served at Lockaley Hall, Seaside, Or,
i because .it is the J 00 per cent pure health coffee.
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JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY DIIG7
Brotherhood of Occtric Street
Railway tmp!oycs :
OAKS
ravBSSAT, AVOVS S. .
p a Trophlae and eaaa prlaee pft
3l please aad reward eontostaata S;l
a all eatrlae.
.,- 0BBATBST BABT ISW,
Foot Races, Boys' Bicycle Races, 'Tne
Races, ' Swimming Races, Exhibition
Drills by-W,-0. -W.- and - Maecabeoa.
Championship Cak Walkers, Prise
Dancing, Tug-of-War Contests, Bearing
Matches, Wrestling Matches. Fanning
Championship. Grand display Fire
works and other Free attractions.
Oscar Stanley, A. C. Burns, Jsmee
Morgan, A. M. Singleton, C. J. Ander
son, committee.
a,0 PIATE5
nfcsUI9lfa ,U
W. A. WISH MAM STrBVX9
. . FBOK AUIKi. '
We can extract one or all year
teeth without hurting a bit, and
r'Ut in new teeth the same day
f you. desire.
Our system of crown and
brldae work, is simple, quick and
painless."
When desired yoe can have T.
P. Wise or my personal service.
FalBlese attracting Free Van
Flatee era Ordered.
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and doing dental work alt the
time. That la the record of Dr.
W. A. "Wis. That's one reason
. our business haa grownour pa
trons come back, and they send
thslr friends.
W. A. WISE, Dentist
Falling bldg Sd and WaahlngWa
e a. sb o 0 p. m. CaniTaya S o la.
FalaUase Ba. atloa bua Flatee i
T.P. Vise, B.A,Sruricv3r.t
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LCCKSLEYIMLL
Fpnd your votion at Sii s- i .
dollshtful I.o"klev llaiU M -r
ttv than ever bff r. An
of the hlahest or.lnr. i
gant outslJe rxrns: prl..
trio HsMsi ' rt ( . , t
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Ughtfuify llui-l f i
Onlatae TJB:ur; ' -Spuity.
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