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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1807.
IHK JOCKNAL AT RESORTS
bSUaerlhora . K.. Tk. i..i a..
llvered t the regular rates at the fol
lowing resort a by notifying the agents
the various plecee mentioned. Sub
scriptions by mail are payable In Ad
vance: . . OREGON RESORTS. ,
Gearhar Park T T Itnirk
Hot Lake .Hot 'Lake Sanitarium
j.Tild,,A. ,..,,.1.0 wis Co.
WUholt Springe......... F. W. McLsrea
Boyd at Son and Mineral Springs Hotel
Cascade SDrtnsa. Thomas Moffott
CoUins Springe..... C. T. Belcher
11 waco .-7,,,,,,,,, .Louie Cohen
slsrshall aV Pottanger and O. A. Smith
nanootta. H. J. Brown
Ocean Park at thews Thedford
" " ' ' , '
You Should Bank I
J BaMssjsBssss.BaBsssBSSBissaBj ,V
.Frank K. Btrauha
The Breakere Hotel
Marquetn Grand. ...... Tha Undertow."
urana , v auaevuie,
Lyric "Jim, the 'Westerner.'
Star ...... "A Bachelor's Honeymoon."
The Oaks, O. W.' P. oarllne, First and
With, solemn high .mass and special
muslo the annual feast of St. Dominie
was fittingly celebrated yesterday morn
In' the Holy Roeary ohuroh, Union
u wq ibcuiom street.
I theeervieee waa the dedication
AV" of Vlotor Le Galle's, latest magnificent
piniing or tne jKOsary group.
Abbot Thomas. O. 8. B. of ML Ansel
' Abbey, preached an eloquent sermon on
. the life and mission of, 6L Dominic, his
t wonderful pilgrimages and triumphs.
A larga number of the clergy from near
by towns occupied seats In the aano-
iury. at me a. ra. mass, Mrs.
Miser, nee Maria Velguth. of this elty.
was heard In a number of vocal aelec-
"s, aesistea by J. Touscher, basso.
The visiting clergymen and the'mem
, pers of the choir were the guesta of the
Dominican Fathers at dinner In the af
The concert given yesterday after
noon by the Park bank at City park
was greatly appreciated by the thous-
ands of people who went to hear It.
The program was. unusually heavy but
wn imiuorm irom Deginning to ena.
iscnaiKowsKy-s overture "Isll" was
new to moot of the audience but drew
, ruunae or applause. ine airricuit com'
position was well played. Bis. Fare!
la s bass aolo, Slg. JDeCaprto'a baritone
solo, and ths sextette from Lucia were
reaturea ; ana thoroughly appreciated.
Tomorrow nlght'a concert will be held
at HoUaday -ark, Wednesday night at
, . Plasa, . Thursday night at Columbia
J arc. on the Bt, John line, and Frl
ay night at City park, y
, . V Archbishop Alexander Christie vUlted
'. for the drat time minilii (k. ..aa
Redemptost parish, recently estab
lished at Piedmont. , At I o'clook the
- Redemptorlst Fathers, with their flocks
celebrated mass, the men partaking of
noiy communion, f ollowing the early
service the women served breakfast In
;. the parish house. When the Archbishop
arrived, he was mst by the members of
ins rioiy name Bociety and escorted to
the grounds. Later In the morning sol
earn high mass was celebrated, followed
by the blessings of the Archbishop.
President C C. Poling, of the West.
-' ern Union college, Le Mara, Iowa, and
who founded the First United Evan-
gel leal ohuroh in this elty, delivered nn
eloquent sermon In that church yester
1, day. He . spoke on the "Reality of
' Christian Life," and condemned In no
"uncertain terms tha, "Tongues of Fire"
cult. He preached In tha German Evan-
frelteal church In the evening. Dr. Po
Ing stated he expected to return to Ore
. gon when his work In Iowa waa com
V .plated.. . ,t.- . .... , , , '
1 - ' ' 11 v .
Tha Free ' Methodist campmeetlng,
. " now In progress at Cedar park. Is from
every standpoint an unqualified sue
- cess. At present there Is a large crowd
of tenters and the attendance of tran
' stents Is- growing larger every day.
The services yesterday were especial
ly Interesting. Rev. C. B. Ebey, late
of Chicago, had charge and will again
preside this evening. The ' puhllo Is
cordially Invited to attend this old-
' fashioned campmeetlng. The late for
closing la -neat -Sunday.
Mrs. Mary 8. Howard, atate secretary
. of tha Patrons of Husbandry, has been
visiting the different granges In Mult
nomah and Clackamas counties recently
speaking at MUwaukla Friday and at
in evening iar grange, tiaturday.
, Mrs. Howard aaya the membership Is
now i.uuv in uiis state ana the organi
sation, la In a -very encouraging condl
T"Hav you Haard ; tha". Telegraphone
talkT If not. yon are cordially Invited
to call at room 0S. Oregonlan Duildtna-.
and have a free demonstration. Bring
Jvuc iiiviius niiu ini Ejianin won-er-
of the World. Office hours t a.
n. to 9:10 p. m. H. P. O'Reilly, general
- Water throught hoao for sprinkling
yards or"sldewalke or washing porches
or windows must be paid for In advance
, and osed only between tne hours of I
and t a. m.. and C and d. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets. If
"a contrary to these rules.
1 win oe abut off.
, UR CONTINUED and rapid increase
in business arid number of depositors
is the best evidence in the world that
we are pleasing the public with our business '
methods. If you are not doing a-banking
business, drop in and let us tell you why
yoa should. N , -v .. -r:::.
OREGON TRUST &
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS, PORTLAND," OR.
,W. H. Moore, Prtsident ; ' K. K, Lytle, Vice-President ;
' " ;;. ", v W.', Cooper Morris, Cashier. . .' 1 ',
WE PAY 45b INTEEEST '
IH, SIX FIGURES
Transactions Beached Close
to $200,000 Mark in One
Saturday's realty transfers filed for
record aggregate $114,171. Of this aum
1150,000 was represented In the deed
transferring tha Irylngton racetrack to
the Multnomah Fair association.
Hermaa Naylor add assoclateo sold
house m.nA tat on Second street, be
tween Hooker and Meade to J. M. Akina
for 1 4.(00. --
Tha auarter block at tne nortnweet
corner of Taggart and East Eighteenth
streots has been purchased by-Calogero
ImiU from Esther Myera for 13.000.
The vacant lot on Kalelgh street, 69
et east of Twenty-third has been sold
by Malra L. Flanders to Theodore u.
feet east of
Spllld for $l,00.
Pauline Waldt has purchased
and small cottage on East Main street,
between Sylvan and Aurora streets. The
property belonged to Carl Patswald and
waa sold for J1.800. -
CAUSED THIS BLAZE
Northwest Eleetrle Company's Plant
Saved From Total TVs traction
. -! , bj Quick Action.
Mllwaukle grange is planning to hold
a fair October. I, 4 and C. VPlans have
. not as yet been completed but Governor
Chamberlain will be Invited to give an
address and one day will be aet apart
for pioneer day. There will be general
industrial and agricultural exhibits. -
vhat you eat and what you drink Is
what you consist of. Drink Golden
Grain Granules cereal coffee and be
come .young again. -Buy- from your
grocer, after you have conaulted your
own, Judgment. ,
- - - . , s
Learn to swim at Rtng1ers new Kat
" atorlum. ISO B. Mor., cor. Grand. Enam
elled tank; -fresh Bull Run water; pri
vate lesson, 60e; . elub membership,
y i nun, Jla( SOIU.
1 For liquors phono tha Family Liquor
- Btora. . il. n-eiiy, suooeasor to Caswell
. ' aaiyr. as wornson street,! corner
. rs. nviu pnonaa -i-aoillo, Main 28.
and Home, A-iSOl. " ,
"f Although upon first examination by
' . the surgeons at Gdad Samaritan hospl-
Through the short circuiting of an
electric meter In tha repair shop of the
Northwest Elebtrio company, 101 H
Stark street s fire was started at 1:10
m. yesterday which threatened for a
ew minutes to destroy the row of
backs in which the establishment is
An alarm from box IS! brought out
the fire department and tha blase was
quickly extinguished. W. U. Kowen,
manager nf the concern estimates - his
loss at $100 fully covered by Insurance.
wniie iignung tne lire one or tne mem
bars of the fire department received I
shook from one of the exposed-wires
but was not seriously injured.
Several adjoining buildings were
slightly damaged by water and fire, the
Bhaw-Wlatt blcvcle shoo and the CsdI
tal. restaurant being the principal; auf-
v A , J Home AU65
First and Oak
tal It was thought that Otto Clancy, tha
youth, who picked up a giant 'cracker
at the Oaks Saturday night with dl
trous results would lose his right hand,
yet tt has only been necessary to ampu
lata the thumb and the rest of the mem
ber van be saved. - Clancy la restlni
easily snd there la no Indication of blooi
The Portland Ad club will entertain
tha wlvea, sweethearts and lady friends
of Ita members tonight at. the Rock
Island Country club. A private train
will leave First and Alder-, streets at
7:20 o'clock; and returning will leave
the club station at 11 o'clock. - The en
tertalnment features will consist of
dancing, cards, a concert and a plunge
in me river. i,uncneon will ne aervea
alter' o ciocav
s Amusement Council Crest park avary
vanlng. Take a ear rlda to this moat
beautiful spot'' Muslo, dancing, moving
pictures, Illustrated, songs, etc. Vocal
I muslo by the "Ha-
Learn to swim at RLngler's new Nat
atorlum- us East. Morrison, corner
Grand. Enamelled tank: fresh . Bull
Run water; private lessons, 10c; club
membership. $1.(0 per . month. Phone
Kast M70. , , .:'.-...:.".-
Steamer esse Harklna.
Wsshougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Lioaves Washington street
dock at 1 p..m,
, Navajo Indian blankets. Ill Sixth st
Alaska Indian baskets. Ill Sixth at.
Eastman kodska. Ill Sixth street, v
Aoms Oil Co.jell safety .coal oil and
fins gasoline. Phone East 710; B-1407.
Woman's Exchange, Its Tenth street,
lUDoh 11:10 to 1; business men's lunch.
D. Chambers, optician. Ill Seventh.
Berger signs 114 Tamhill phone.
Bark Tonlo for rheumatism.
- Beck Jeweler 101 Alder. .
Sal os Claeta Shlrta.
Roblnaon Co. have certaliil
very other firm mny laps behind In
their. sale vslues; snd today Ita their
Cluett and Bter brand shirts, greatly
rvuuwu. ass waanington street.
. i ii i . i ' -
Colonel R. p. Wllllema. former atate
treasurer of Missouri and miavif the
stalwarts of ths "olif guard" wing of
the Democracy In that siste, believes
thst Governor Folk Is rapidly becoming
the logical candidate for tha bamaoratlo
I presidential nomination.
ducer haa been taking care of hla or
cnaraa ana bees careful In his pack in a
Mr, wllllameOTi beHeves the Oreg-on
grower haa failed to nuah his. fruit
mogna aUver Apples. '
"Apples - In tha Rogue river valley
win wm npmiuir nne mis rear.
u mere is a larae vieia.
ever, tma la the alternate, or -ofr year
ii iuv nuoa mver ana Willamette val
leys. The crop will be line neverthe
leaa and the aood nrlcea aa a result
of the short year will do much for
ina southern Oregon grower. - Besides
southern part of the state la of un-
usually gooa quality.
Willamette valley concord aranes
promise the biggest yield In several
seasons. The bunches are big and well
set. The vines are healthy and vigor
ous. The season has been unusually
favorable for grapes and the few grow
ers in the valley fear lent the ernn
may be larger than the demand. Plenty
of sunshine during the latter part of
Auguat and first part of September to
maae tne grapes sweet is all that Is
required to add to the crop a perfection
ln quality." . .
W03IEN CAN BATHE
TWO MORE AFTERNOONS
'-' ;..,. S
Tha' management of the Portland
publlo bathe haa added two additional
afternoons to the list on which the
baths will be open for women and girls
for awlmmlng. - Heretofore they have
been allowed to swim only on WaMtnea-
day, but hereafter the baths will be open
iu main on i umuaym, nanatfl and
Saturdays from 1:10 to I o'clock In the
afternoon.' . . v'
McKee Rankin, tha venerable artnr
Who la one of the lead In a- members r
Miss Nance O' Nell's company, has been
111 at hla apartments In the Portland ho
tel for several lays. He Is still quite
til.' though he JUeclared ' today that he
would loin the other members of the
romnany who leave tomorrow for New
York, i- or a time It waa feared thst Mr.
Rankin's Illness might prove serious.
Bnlldlng Permits. .
Marv C. Doris.' barn. Nebraska and
Virginia streets, 150: P. J. Hill, one
and a half story dwelling, Garfield
venue, between Alberta and Meagly,
200; J. C. I-elthold, repairs dwelling,
:ast zisu Between UOIns and Presrott.
MO: Wra. G. Colburn. renalrs dwelling.
Tacoma, between Rast 17th and East
ltth, 117ft; M. E. Churcn, repairs dwell
lna.'l07 Bast Stark, 1600; F. W. Gra
ham, one-etory dwellfnr. Homer avenue
between Patton road and Fern avenue.
1.&00: H. T. Gilbert, -barn. HI Borth.
Doan's Reruleta cure oonstlnstlon.
tone the stomach, stimulate the liver.
promote dlseatlon snd snoetlte and
easy passages of the bowels. Ask your
druggist tut them. It cants S bos.
BEST III YEARS
This Is True Both From
Standpoint of Quality .
"Oregon fruit this season Is the beat
la years from tha viewpoint of quality
and price," said Secretary H. M. Wil
liamson of tha state board of horti
culture this morning. "This has been
true of the crops all ready gathered
and tends to be tha rule throughout tha
entire season.' ,
. Mr. Williamson, as secretary of tha
horticultural board. Is in a position to
know, better than, any, the conditions
of the fruit crops. He receives slmost
dally reports from uw commissioners
who make up the board and who are
acattered In all the fruit districts of
the state. In this wsy the secretary
gathers Information of the crops that
is accurate and rellahla aMh he aim.
for the use of the public. ;. .
, Fully Avsrags drop,
"The nrunav-eron nna nf iW mmi'mmi.
slderable among tha crops of the state
Will Dfl OX a T 111 1 V avM nn. mmvm
Mm . ' J
... . t. lui.iiiiiuiL .a rormer yeara there
haa been a larrer vleld hut . ha
cut down the figures. On account of
the smaller yield the quality will be
better and the reporta received Indf
cate that the amount of cured prunes
will be fully aa larrs as last year with
better prices ruling. ,
Good orlces have been a faatnra f
the season's fruit cron and In tha aati.
matlon of - the fruitgrowers will
do more than any other one thing to
roraote the fruit-growing In Oregon,
'he srrest difficulty with fmii.miii
la this state haa been the carelessness
with which tha growing and shipping
has been done.
Tlood frutt arrowe nA ' Haan. aa
haally In Oregon. Tha valley farmer
especially, has allowed hla orchards
to be neglected and until this year has
never attemDted to rather any mnr.
of the fruit than what local and family
demand could use. While this practice
una ornma prevailing ins iaiuornla pro-
so that Oreaon has lona heen hahln
In convincing the world of tha superb
opportunities In fruit-growing In Ore-
' A IT F ? i
A Saving: of From $7.50 to $18.50 on Every Rug
?33.50-lThe largest hav
ing on the very best Rugs.
Wilton and Axminster
Rugs, size 9x12, in a vast
assortment, both in floral
and oriental desi
.most beautiful color combi-
nat'Pns i" the contrasting
shadesr.of either-the 'more -delicate
or deeper hue. Rug
values are absolutely $52.50.
$2O.0O The regular price.
$30.00, is not much to
considering the quality and
good looks of these 9x12
Tapestry Brussels Rugs;
$30.00 is a very reasonable.
price for them, for there are
no better rugs of the kind
' anywhere. - ,
M!w ..VhVv ' ,25
. a i ' I
IIG.50 These are also in
the Brussels, but slightly un-'
aer size one way, being 9x11
instead of 9x12. Our re
lar price for one of these is
$25.00, for the rugs are of
good weight, strong' filling
and attractive pattern and.
coloring. Many different
designs to select from.- 7
If ll.OO This is the price
that commands One of our -very
pretty and serviceable
$22.60 double face Brussels
Rugs. . The size is full 9x12.
The rugs are patterned after
the very high priced im
posed oriental designs and
are decidedly good to look
t; their good wear is as
sured in every thread.
O STUDMTg. HO Q1S.
in Painless Dentistry
- To introduce our latest method
in painless dentistry, until July 31,
we will do your work it on hil
regular price. , '
Bridge work applied snd all
kinds of filling inserted without
Teeth extracted positively with
out' pain or bad result, 50a .
We correct all irregularities of
teeth without pain. ...
Consultation and estimates free.
Open evenings until 8. Iadjrln
CHICAGO PAWLESS DENTISTS
Suite 3-4-5 Raleigh Bid ,
COR. SIXTH ft WASHINGTON
Phone Main 3880.
51.00 Down Buys the Rug Then Sl.00 a Week Until It Is Paid tor
We carry one of the largest
assortments of Watches in
the city. You can pick from'
our stock any watch desired,
from seven to twenty-three
jewels, open faCe or hunting r
OUR LIBERAL, CREDIT SYSTEM
Enables every person to own a fine timepiece withoutcon-.
siderable outlay. ... Simply pay vasmallamountdown, the
balance on weekly payments of $1.00. y ;
You Wear the Watch ; While Paying for It
others do -:
We sell When you ask for 1847 Rogers
cheape on , : Bros. Silverware we know you
credit . want the best. We carry it. -
pancy colored Sugar, Salt and
Pepper Shakers '! for . the
kitchen; 25c value....... 10
Regular 50c set of six fancy
Glasses . t ,". .,7... .. . .7.30
Regular 50c set of ' six plain
, Glasses .......25
Regular 45c Cake Stands... 15s)
Meat Platter, 14-in siie, 65c
Tes and Coffee Pots, in granite,
, sizes 10 and 15, all 45c values,
Tuesday ......25? .
" LAWN MOWERS.
Fremont,". 12-inch, H00 1
."Fremont," 14-inch, $4.50
grade ...... ..........3.25
"Baby Grand," 16-inch, balP
bearing $10 machine. ...ST.50
"Sterling," 16-inch, ball-bearing
$7.50 machine f 5.25
"Ringers Iron frame Wash
Ringers, reg. $4, Tues. f 2.95
(Gew te aid
High -Or ad e Furniture
daahssad nllMan thatranblaa taaa. IM ali . as
-fBek Basdaahssaa nUsrsaU tbstroaUas iaai
fln to a bilious stataof tha yatam. suaS sa
IHailDaas, Masses, DroyraUtaas. Diatnaa sftat
satlac, Fala aa tbs Mda, a. Wails tkair mum
Rsadseha. ysl Carter's Uttta Ltvar Mis arS
aqoallj yalnabla la Constipation. ourlDf aa4 pra.
Vaatlnc this saBOjiBseomplatntwtailathajr alas
orrant aildiaorrWraof thaatooaaohjatimnlata tha
11 w sad N(ulata tha bovala. BnaUUfJvnlf
Aaha Ibsy would bs abaoatprkMlaas to Oioss was
Snffar from talxdlatraaslng oomplaint; butforta.
aatalj thalnnodp doss notand harapd tbosa
whoeaeatry tham will lad thasa Uttla pUlsvala.
aMalaaamany ways taat thay will no ba wlU
UnglBdawitboattlMBU Bat aftsr sUslok Ssa4
Ssthatansof Mlnanrllrss last bars te wnars
wa maks our grsat boast,. Oar pills ears It wails
otaara do not.
cartafa LHtia Uvar Puis ars vsry sraall an
vsrTsaay totaka. Ona or two Bills
Thay ara striotly rairaUbla sad do not (rtpa o
Mstnen!' b7 thlr ("s" aetioa plssss aU was
. euzn msxem oo-, rrw tou. '
. iit tr mm rovm TACTOB-r'
AND PLATING COMPANY
Btora Display Fixtures, Light
Manufacturing Specialties, Plat-Ins-
and Oxidising, Brass Finish
Ins, Wire Work. ,
" m trarxoir ATannr.
moth afkOBSsi Bast SSS, B18S4.
CDDT AND LEAVENWORTH ITS.
T First permsaatit bIS
hotal down town.
Contains 100 beautifully
f nrnlahad staara haatad
apartmaatB, 40 baths.
Frtveta talephono aar
Vico. Sam p la rooms for
Eddy 8l ssrs from
ferry pan door and con
nect with rd fit. ears
from S. P. Depot.
Ratea from tl 00 an.
Phone Private Ex.
For ire rail Main 114 or A-lltS.
Dellviry company, ti gurk st.
One of the Most Attractive Beach Resorts
on the Pacific Coast Just Now Is
.it,- ; v ; .. - ; .,
area the mouta of the Oolambla Bivey, oa the wsjOriactoa
Side, reaohea rreaa tma City ef rortlaa4
. ipuBus aouruvi . ,
E AMOVT S MOVBS.
tt Is upward of 19 miles Ions, vary broad and level and almost as
compact aa a composition pavement, it is
SET AO BACK PAGE
A Boardlns and Day
School for Young If en and
frepsraiion ror coii-
leg-es. U. 8. Military and
Naval Academies. Ao
creoitea to Btaniora.
Berkeley, ' Cornell. Am
herst and all State Uni
versities and Agricultural
Collesea. Manual train
ing. Bualneaa eourse.
The principal has had IS
years? experience In Port
land. Comfortable quar
ters. ' Best environments.
Maks reservations now.
For Illustrated eatalos;
and other literature ad
dress ..,. -
j. w. mix. U.D..
Vrlaolpal sad, Pruprlstor.
dotted Its entire lanath with
towns, cottsse Settlements, tsnt cities, vlllaa. Ana hotels, and all the
smuwmrnt accessories of a popular Bummer beach resort. IT'S TBB
VZaAOB TO OO for rest, health and a good time. Thousands so there
for their Summer outing. Try U. '. ..
The Potter Sails Every Day v
A UOXFf StTirDA-ri AB-D nUBATB. - - .,' -
aa' Sea published schedules.
Fare From Portland, Round Trip, $4.00 -
Saturday to Monday Tickets $2.50
f Pnrchass tickets snd make reservations at City Ticket Office. Third
I ana waaninston streets, roruana; or Inquire of any O. R. A N. agsnt
I . ;W1C atoBnTBBAT, ' Crsaeral '. Basssager Ageat, BOBIXABB. OB.
'wXXxaSF- 'WhjSjaSy- B Sjaa
Al n rr-t nn m flrnfiri
(rnONH MAIN S I
Toalght sad aU week.. Mattaeea Wed
- aesday sad atarday. ,
The great aensatlonal graft play.
Evening 60c. 2&o, 16c Bargain Mat
inee Wedneaday, all aeata 2 bo. .
WILL BUY YOU A
U . BVBRY ARTICL.E3 OUARANTBBO v
STANDARD JEWELRY STORE
189 Third Strt, Usstwojen Yamhill and Tstylor
CM in POWDER. I )
A Perfumed Luxury for tha BstL I Best To3et powder. Anet)tlca!?ir
kMraanuq water, ueoer I pure. ieuevet sunburn
AT ALL JTWtH
i i;N..mri: c v .,-i.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY B2S7
Phone Main 468B.
This Week, the Allen Stock Company
"JTaC, TMB WSITSBJTES.'
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
day and Sunday. Prices, 10c. 19e. Ev
ery evening at S:1S.- Prices, loo, 20a
and tOc. Reserved aeata by phone. Mala
4686. Office open from 1ft a. m. to 10 p. m.
The Star si
NBW. . .A 14SS
WBBX OF AUGUST S.
A special Biimmer mlrth-provoker.
"A BaCHBLOB'l BOSSTMOOS."
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays, Hatur
daya and Sundaya at 2 :30, prlcea lOo and
0c; every evening at S:16, prices 10c,
20c and SOc. Secure seats for all per
WBBxC Of AVOVVt B, lOT.
Vaudeville De X,as.
' - ' Headed by
BATZB T. HINI, KIIBT A. X.A-
BUS si CO.
'. . " la
Daily matinees at J:30; two perform
ancea each evening at 7:45 and I SO.
. Corner Taugaa sad Tweaty-foarth.
August 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
flame railed at I'D P- rn
Games called at l p
ADMISSION Z .