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1, 0RI:c0N DAILY JOURNAL, I OSTL'AKP. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST.'. 7.
late Arriral of Southern Pa
: cific Trains Delays Malls
to Such an Extent That
Portland Merchants Suffer
Financial Losses Daily. ;
Two sections of th Southern Psclflo
, treta from ton Francisco, du la Port
' land at 7:li o'clock this morning, ar
rlvsd at th Union dspot at 11 e'olock
and 1 o'clock, thr and on half and
(our and on hilt hours tats, rspcttv-
7 ly. '' Tb (Tsrland MiUn train on th
. O. R. N. was a hour late tnu morn
In, arrlrtaf tt 11:41 clock.
Wall tb dlar m of llttl lm
7 porume to th rail wa y com panics, their
v lata -arrivals caus Portland buslns
' msn muoh annoyane -that would b
'avoided by following a proper chdul.
" la addition to th annoyano, th. mar
' chant ar put to'a rreat lo. Mall
- that should, arrlv In th morntna; and
vdoaa not gst la until th .afternoon
means the loss ' of half a day, and.
. sometimes a full day to th business
men. AH of th business orresnonJenc
that should be answered on lb day of
. arrival is often compelled to wait over
until th next day. Good atdered on
- on of th delayed train ar held up a
dav In shipments, giving Portland mer
chants bad reputation with outsider
in point of promptness attending th de
livery of good.-- -
Complaints ar frequent at tho post,
office, and Postmaster Hlnto bear th
burden fn many case that properly be.
. longs to th railroad. There is seldom
a day goe by that h la not compelled
to explain at least 10 time in th
course of business hour thar th rea
son th complainant have not received
thefr-tnall Is due to th fact that in
trains carrying It hav not arrived In
the cay. , . - -
, REACHED GOOD TOTAL
Farmers of Palouso Head
Their Finish in Grain,
. Ecceipts. '
OWNEK TAKES WHAT
No Warning Ixsned of Exaction and
It la ,Now : Too Ijate to Provide
ThHr Own Storage Copy of the
Document That Fixes Thing.
, BpeeUl Dispatch s Ta JesraaL)
Spokane, "Wash, Aug. 1. Th fann
er of th Palouse country bellsve they
hav been bunkoed and declare it I
vldnt that all th combine ware
house hav united to pay what price
tky choose . for wheat A warehous
company- ha -Issued - ticket for, some
grata d slivered at Pullman and It 1 dis
covered that th seller baa agreed on
th check to 'say 71 cnU . atorag for
very t.SOO pounds of grain hauled, to
th warehouse. Th warehous com
pany says when they shall ship. All
loss of araln must be born by th
seller.. All cost of loading and any
other risks must b born by th
farmer. Th news came as a surprise
and now ther 1 not tlra to build new
wftrahAuu eonseauentlv th farmer
say they will hav to submit and sell
this year for whatever th grain com
panies oner. .
BILL OF PARTICULARS.
Beck Investment Company to Erect
f 40,000 Six-Story Of floe
.' tore, on Seventh Streets
Building permits Issued yesterday
reached -a. total of 11,(00, th largest
. ngur of the day being that of th
, Beck Investment company,, which took
out Its permit to erect a 1140,000 lx
story otfice structure on .Seventh street
between Oak and. Ankeny. Another item
which helped to swell th total waa a
$10,000 permit for repair to tb store
owned by Hoy Back Hln, a Chines
: merchant, on Second street between
. Salmon and Main,
' Johen Poulsea, of th firm of Inmaa
Poulsen Lumber company, took out a
permit for a two-story dwelling to oost
.' ' 17.000. His garage will cost 1400., A.
O. Hall will build a 14.700 flat on Kear
ney street between Twenty-third and
. . There were a number of permits, for
s" dwlllng coatlng'over 14,000.
: ; ALBANY'S NEAV MILL
x NEARLY COMPLETED
(Special DUpateh te The JearssU
Id,... B A .. T - Ttl.. M.M MW.
. mill of th Albany Lumber company Is
rapidly bearing completion and will be
ready ror work within about two weeics.
The dally capacity of th mill at the
beginning will be about 15,000 feat.
This will he gradually Increased to 100,
000 feet, as th mill Is to be enlarged
to one of th largest In the valley. Th
foundation and. general plaa of th mill
1 laid out for this increase.
Th log for th mill will b hauled
from th timbered districts aaat of Al
bany In tb Cascades. They will be
transported to this mill by way Of th
worvauia st juasiarn. -
MEETING AT ALBANY
fSnectal Dwsate 1 ta Thi - JaaraatT
' Albany, Or Aug. 7. Th annual
camp meeting of tb Salem district of
th Free Methodist church will b held
In this city at Bryant' park, August
14-14. Tb committee, oonnuung of a.
nd WUllam Garrett, assures those at.
tending of excellent camping faculties.
gooa water ana plenty oi snaae. j
W. N. .Coffea. district alder, will
present; with all th pastor of th
Balem district. Th order -of th dally
services Is a follow: Lor feast, t
a. m.; preaching at 10:10 a, m. and 1:10
and t p. m. A large attendance of th
xoiiower or tnat sect is expected.
CHANGES IN COMMAND
OF WHITE SQUADB0N
4Jorssl Sperlal Serrles.1
. . .WaaMngtonr Aug. T At th aavy de
rartmvnt It. is said that th cruiser
Tennessee and Washington, which
reached Tompklnavill. New York, yes
terday from rshnoe, would leav for th
Paclfla within a month. Admiral
Charles H. Stockton was relieved of th
command and will be succeeded by Rear
Admiral wecree, rormeriy in command
of th Wlconin -and on time In th
lighthouse inspection service in Call'
' fornia. whers his father Uvea
It I expected that th South Dakota
' will be finished in two months. Cap-
, tain rox is spoken oi to uut command
or nw1 ' . -,. , .. . i .. r y
JAP LABORER STABBED
; during Altercation
Harry Mntto, a Jspsnese" laborer, was
taken to police headquarter last night
by Patrolmen Harms and Anderson for
: treatment for a knife wound baok of
the ieft earn. Th Injured man declared
that a bartender In the Bon Ton aaloon,
zTl Couch street, assaulted him, but
upon investigation it, was found that
" Matto became encased in an alterca
tion with some of his countrymen at
. 27 North Second street end was stabbed
, . Pr..Zlegler was called to dress the
Jap's -wound, which I not regarded a
' aerlous. 'i
Precious Document That Tells Farm-
era Their Wbereatneas. "
shen was thrown Into th rank of th
farmer and independent grain buyers
of Pullman this week when th Drat
grain ticket war Issued by th big
warehous companies to farmers for
their first load of wheat. Th accusa
tion 1 that th big companies hav
formed a combln to frees out th in
dependent buyer and throw th farm
era upon th mercies of th trust.
No ticket were shown until issued
for the first loads of" grain and Imme
diately upon th Issuing of th receipt
a general complaint wa mad of un
fairness. Tb new ticket reads as fol
lows: . .
"Received of sacks of No. . .
sacked, at owner's 'risk or unavoidable
aamaga, to d xorwaraea xrom. or ae
Uvered at thi warehous in regular
order of surrender and as ear ar fur.
nlshad, upon return of . thi receipt,
properly Indorsed, and payment of all
charge for handling, storag and all
claim for bag and twin furnished to
th party in whose favor this receipt
i maae: atso ror any naceasary la Dor,
bags and twin used in rasacklnr. -
"Storag .shall be 76 cent per ton
(1,000 pounds), which shall carry th
fraln until December tl, following, and
0 cant per ton per month or fractional
part thereof thereafter... Th maker
of thi receipt will not b responsible
for weights or .grades except at th
warehouse where Issued, and the parties
purchasing grain stored under thi re
ceipt must accept same at said ware-
nouss. Ail loss or aamaga to said sral
by fir 1 assumed by th holder of thi
receipt, au i right of subrogation or
recovery ror loss or damage to said
grain by fir or otherwise, either against
the warehouse-, company or th
railroad company upon whose land tb
build Inr containing thi grain ar lo-
wi i. dy in acceptance or thls-re.
celpt, specifically waived by tb owners
or holder thereof."
Th latter clause. It ta predicted, will
false th Insurance on stored grain at
least to per cent, several companies
having already announced uch a raise.
The receipts wer withheld until too
late for th farmer to get together and
build Independent warehouses and for
th present it seems that they ar at th
ujvivr i in ameajea irusi.
v P .tement mad la to th effect
ii i us grain is snipped over th O,
it. is. lines because of th alleged
eombln at Portland which always
quota grata at a fw cents a bushel
lower than th Tacoma and Seattle
dealer. Thi I explained by th fact
" nam i or in independent . buyer
'J?1?".1 Po't1 buyers, or when they
ship their purchases ar always shipped
The aantlmnt la ..., klttM -.iff ,
Ing that th warehouses and 'railroads
Jv entered Into a gigantic combln
to take, what profit th farmer had
"""" "ia muni mi season,
GAS FRANCHISES AT -
' eel Wsoatek' to The Joorasl.)
vuri..u, rrasn., . Aug. 7. Th gas
(En2h? o'nenin th Interest of
Johnson of Taooma and B. 8. Petley of
w,i, rviornra last Bight to I
council committee composed of Council
men ieonard. ilK.ir mA
H.A,d!i!on wh0J the general menagar
: v"r. i-"",a was company, waa b.
for th councU In th interoat of his
Thaplan is to build a gas plant which
Will supply both the cltU. h.k.i,.
":!-. '"J""?.'.1 wln a ror ruei and pos
lbly for Illuminating purposes.
Thar wer no bid in for th brick
KMJn.l1"tr:et nl th council
Will yiVIWUI I vaUTOrLLeVtS
br " ' ' - i
BELFAST IS UNDER
(Joaraal goeelal Ssrrlea.1
Belfast Au. 7 This city la nn1r
military occupation todav owing to th
rear or rresn ouiDreaa or strmera The
soldiers hav bean Instructed to shoot
if th mob become violent, which
TURKISH TROOPS KILL
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
USE THEIR FISTS
Innocent Bystander Only
..One Injured During '
Fiffht in Courtroom.
(Jeersal Speelal Bervlss.) i
Ban Francisco. Aug. T. Hiram W.
Johnson, attorney for th prosecution.
and Bert Sohlessinger. attorney for th
defense, fought In court yesterday dur
ing th xamInatlon of veniremen for
the Hlsey trial. . 1 '
Fists filled tn air ror a spo oi
nmmriw a minuta. and Theodora iieieey
himself rose from his chair and inter
vened. Assistant District Attorney
WUllam H. Cook, who In reality was
an lnnooent Dystanaer, was in wmy
one suffering a physical defect a.
Maul a h, fnrcihle arsrument. Mr.
Cook's nose unintentionally stopped on
of th fists and in oonsequsnce is badly
swollen and some of th covering Is
missing. ' '
Tb two attorney gav vent to their
ir during th axamluatlon of Charlea
Vf Dnx. The latter stated that he
waa prejudiced because th prosecution
funds war belna put up by a prlvat
"Ton aont think tt a aecent tnmg ror
prlvat Individual to subsorlb fund
'or th erosecution of thtevea rascals.
scoundrels and rogue r asked Mr. John-
Hchlesalnrer snrans- tn til raet. H
raised hla hand and strenuously objected
to th language employed. At the same
tlm Jphnson roe from his chair and
turning to Schleeelnger said?
"And I .object to being stigmatised by
this rogue her;- pointing his finger t
th attorney for tb defense. ...
Th fight was on. Th two men
reached for each other and th blow
began to descend and th round con'
Hlnued for nearly a mlnut befor th
attorney gathered about tna table aaa
gained, tneir ieet ana rusnea to inier
Halser himself thrust ma. arms be
tween tb two combatants and after It
waa all over Judas Dunn fined Attor
ney Johnson guilty of contsmpt of court
and assessed a fin of US. Prior to thi
rullnc of th court, however, botn tn
pugnacious lawyer tendered apologies
to tn court ror tnir unseemly eonauci.
Th venlr of , talesmen waa gf
hausted soon after th male In court
and th session wa adjourned until
afternoon at S o'clock when a new panel
will b returnable. C Eastman, a
frlnter, was seated a th -eleventh
uror, subject to preemptory challenge.
ana Wallace tsraaiora, a retired mer
chant, wa accented a a tb twelfth con
dltlonal Juryman. Eight men so far
hav been choaen and sworn for th
trial panel. ,
11 The first reo u 1st t of a ran
soother la good health, aad th x-
Law Violated In Retail District by
Erector of Large Buildings
6a Every Hand.
Assistant Postmaster J. J. Shipley
and Mrs. Shipley left this morning fot
Ooeap View, Washington, where thVy
will spend a vacation of several wka
If. Clay Levey, a merchant of Caacad
Looks, is at th Portland hotel.
Mr. and Mr a Mont It. (Jwlna of
Tnndlcton era at th Portland. ' Mr
Oslnn is a well-known banker of th
eastern Oregon elty, having auoeeeded
v. J. Ftirnleh In th active manag.
merit of th fendleton Waving bank.
inrk W. Thompson, secretary of th
Tt'lnd i:iver Lumber company of Cascad
Lo-ks. Is at the Portland hotel.
Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Friendly, Wei 1
Vnnvn rrxi ients of Eugene, ar at th
I'orlUnd IwteL .
Teheran. Persia. Aug. f. Ninety Per-
tana lseiuaing women ana cnuaren,
war massaored In the llttl town oi
Heiten by Turkish troop according to
lata advices. Th troop then marcnea
luta Urumlah and carried away 10 girl.
, The Bandy Valet.
"A rood valet must understand tna-
ssge, halrcuttlng and shaving, mending,
darning, plain cooking, plain washing
and Ironing." . . .
Th epeaser. a young millionaire),
smiled thoughtfully.- '
It Is not extravagant," n said, -ror
a bachelor to employ a valet. The valet
take so many places tn earners
place, the laundress' place, th shoe
black's place, the cook' pleoe, th ms-
senr s place, th tailor piac. .
My vaiei oam socks wen. r.vrry
morning he give m a velvet shave and
once a week he cut my hair trimly.
Yeu should test his : soufles and iht
"When I am traveling and thar I no
tlm to send my linen to a laundry he
will do up a shirt and a half dosen col
lr w always carry aa Iran with us
In an' emqulslt wk. Furthermore,
be is ambitious, aad IS learning tn
ograpby tn order that he may typewrite
xrom my dictation all my correapond
nca . w,
"Cooking, mending, Ironing, haircut
ting and massaging, th modern valet
earn his pay. ft la impossible without
him to drees s.ulsltely,"
Much complaint Is offered becaua of
th abus of prlvlleg by th contractors
srectlng larg . building la tb retail
districts. ' Ther Is a city ordlnano
providing that after a building hs
reached a stag where operation ar
mostly t confined to uppsr stories that
a Aoavered.. fwag should b constructed
four feet wld for th oonvenlauc and
Drotectlon of Dedealrlsna.
Deputy Building Inspector Ran vis
aid thi morning that tb pollc had
been notified many tlm from hi office-
that tb law wa being violated by
th contractor greatly to th incon
venience of many people, B stated
the building inspector had no power to
enforce th ordlnano but th pollc
department aia nav ana it wa in
duty of th chief of pollc to enforce
th ordinance), Th law provides after
the work of greeting haa been trans
ferred to th second story such a pas-
sag aa cacnDa aoove anoum De punt.
At Fourth and Oak streets th pea
aaa haa been constructed on Fourth
street but on Oak street a shed ha
been erected squarely on th sidewalk.
Debris, consisting of boards, 11m dust,
to. hav been thrown on th sidewalk
from th building until It I several feet
deep. Business men la th vicinity ar
At Fourth and Wsshlnsrton streets.
In th heart of th city, conditions ar
aooui tn aame. in passage only be
ing constructed oa th Washington
street aid while th Fourth trt
sid Is blockaded. Man who hav oc
casion to pa these buildings every
day say that ther 1 no exouae for
th violation si no other' contractors are
observing th law satisfactorily.
AWAITS LEGAL ADVICE
City Auditor Refuse to Advertise
Madison Street Bridge Bonds'
, Until Properly Instructed. .
On th ground that h has not been
Instructed formally either by th city
council or th city attorney to proceed
with advertising . th Madlsoa street
bridge Improvement bond for sale. City
Auditor Barbur refuses to take any step
toward disposing of them. Th council
win not meet until August 14. and the
city attorney is away on hla vacation.
so yiai lmmeaiaie action is impossible.
Mr. Barbur maintains that neither the
council nor tb city attorney has vr
authorised him to proceed with tb sal
of th bonds.
A drawer full of communications rela
tive to th recent municipal bond lssu
ha been received bv the cltv auditor
and he apprehend no difficulty in sell,
ing all of them. Th Madison street
bridge Improvement bonds ar for $460,
00 at 4 per cent Interest and to run
SO years. Th rat and tlm make them
specially valuable to bond buyer. - Th
same is trus of all th other bonds voted
by th city.
Bom lively bidding Is anticipated by
the city official whan th bond ar
finally ready for ale. Just what action
will b taken to test th legality of th
issue will not be known until- th return
of th city attorney, which will b 1st
thi weak or arly next week.
DEATH AND DAMAGE
IN IOWA TORNADO
flesraal Special arviea.t -J
'Mason City, Iowa, Aug. T. On parson
waa killed and several serloualv In.
Jured at Hanlonton and th daughter of
a si. Rtc fatally hurt at Jlear Lake
last night tn a tornado which swept
through this section of thS state. Tele,
graphic communication with th dis
trict throuch whloh th damaa-e wa
done Is destroyed an it th extent of th
destruction I not Known. Many resi
dences, barn and small building wer
rasea 10 in grouna ana ssrious injury
has been dona to crops. .
Good butter and pood
tea and coffee belong to-
trether. ., M
Tear grecer tetsra rear aeney M m aaat
tike tcaUilag Bestt w aar kie
perienoo of maternity should not ba
approached without careful physical
preparation aa a womaa wW la ia
rood physloal condition transmits to
her children the blessing 0f 4 rood
Preparation for healthy nater
nlty Is aooompllabed by Lydia E.
Plnkhaml Vsratable Compound,
which la mad from native roots and
barbs, mora suoossafully than by any
other medicine becans it give tone
and strength to the entire feminine
organism, curing displacement, ul
ceration and Inflammation, and the
result is less suffering and more children healthy at birth.
Man uurty years , . , . , .'.,''..,.
Lydia E. Pinkhanj's Vegetable Compound
haa been the standby of American mothers In preparing for childbirth.
. KotewhatMrs.JamesChster.of4S7 W. 88th St., New York says in this
letters Dear Mrs. Pinkhamr-'I wish every expectant mother knew about
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. A neighbor who had learned
of its great value at thia trying period of a woman's life urged m to try
it and I did so, and I cannot say enough in regard to the good It did me.
I recovered ouickly and am In the bet of health now."
' Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound la certainly a suooeasful
remedy for the peculiar weaknesses ana ailment of women.
. It has cured almost every form of Female Complaints, DraggingSensa.
tions, Waak Back, Falling, and Displacements, Inflammation, ulcera
tions and Organie Diseases of Women and ia invaluable la preparing for
Childbirth and during tha Change of Life. . '
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing: Invitation to Women
" ' Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to
write Mrs. rinkhaxn, at Lynn, Mass, tier aanoe is free.
RAIN AND RANGERS
(Special tMspateh t Tke JearaaLI -
Albany, Or., Aug. 7. Oeorg Bcanland
of Foster report that during th recent
storm lightning, set fir at eight place
In th forest on Green mountain. Doe
mountain and Hurrtcan Deck. An lmtt
manss forest rir was averted by the
rain that fell throughout the following
night and the efforts of the forest rang
ers, tha whol neighborhood assisting. -Reports
from the mountains ar ta
th effect that th forest service is
excellent and to th watchfulness of
th rangers i du th absence of fires,
with th conssquent destruction of fine
timber. It Is believed that tha loss
from forest fires for th present year
will be very small and much satisfac
tion is. felt over th excellent patrol
furnished by th government la th for
KILLED IN AUTO WRECK
V ' ' ' ' ; . ;;;;;:
tloamal gpeetal Harries.)
Lee, Aug. 7. Former alderman
Joseph Kuschbeert was killed and three
other Injured this morning when an
auto containing th four man was
ditched near here. "Horace Oreely Sloan,
son of former Judge Bloan, waa one of
the Injured. - . .
Boise Elks Plan Big Day.
' (Special ' Dtspatck to The Journal.) "T
Boiae, Ida., Aug. 7 Th Elks' lodge
of this city is planning for an Elks' day
her, and tha dat waa sat for Septem
ber 6. It haa been decided to adver
tise th event extenetvely In Utah, Wyo
ming and Oregon, from which states it
is expected a larg number of Elk will
com to Boise on that occasion. .. .
MRS. CLEMS FREED
'' BY CORONER'S JURY
Woman Makes Statemeist She Turned
Revolver on Herself, Pulling
' aosraal gpeeUl Serriea.)
Los Angelas, CaL, Aog. 7. Th coro
ner' Jury last night returned a verdict
of accidental death In th ess of Mrs.
Frank Clem, who Sunday morning dur
ing a quarrel with her husband, received
a ratal wound from a revolver.
The police state that there bad been a
struggle. Th woman' y waa dls
oolorad and thar wer several scratchce.
Th husband waa Intoxicated at th
tlm of th alleged shooting, but Mr.
Clem In an ante-mortem examination
exonerated blm, Bh said she turned
the revolver upon herlf In order to
oar him and pulled the trigger by
accident. , , . . . ,
DARR0W IS BOUNCED
V FROM FUTURE CASES
(Journal Bpeetal Bervies.1 ' '
Denver, Colo, -Aug. 7. Report cir
culated some daye ago that Clarence
8. Darrow, tha attorney who oonduoted
th cross examination of wltneaae for
th defense In th Haywood trial, would
not be retained wer confirmed last
night by Attorney Richardson, who will
succeed Mr, Darrow In conducting fu
ture cases. No reason has been given
out for the change In th personnel of
the legal king pins, but It Is said that
Darrow'a desire for newspaper publicity
ia larwely responsible. ...
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There is no gainsaying the fsct that at The Housef Quality"
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ALWAYS SAVES YOU MONEY
You come to our store with the knowledge thst the first price
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no fog here, no uncertainty, no'haggling, no mysterious catalogue
or other boosted prices to entrap the unwary. Everyone is treated
fairly snd alike. AH receive the same low price based on fsctory
cost plus freight and handling expenses, which is right and just to
buyers as well as to ourselves. This always assures you of getting
the exsct piano value that you pay for, and we believe that we speak
the exsct truth when, we ssy that you can always aave money on
your piano purchase at our store, as compared with what you will
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for style, we guarantee our , Vv ; , . - .
PRICES THE LOWEST
And jjur terms of payment are always satisfactory. J -'
Your owe it to yourself to investigate our goods and prJces be
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ml 1 si
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" " ' Y 1 . . " '' VV .' " .
corner oi .cast jiorrison street ana union avenue
Every department in store is offering seasonable and
reliable merchandise in great variety at rare bargains
Lace Curtain Samples
15c to 50c
A big new lot of hand
some new Lace Curtain;
Ends, patterns that in,
regular stock would cost
many times the price
. now asked. '-J.: ,
25c White Lawn
Ladies full size, .fine
white lawn Aprorts here
aTless than the price of
the material. j
Values to $2.50 at $1.38
Your choice of all of our
"-White Parasols,; livery
one oi elegant style.;
75c to 85c Values at 49c
Best plain colors, made
with wide flounce and
' ruffle., . "'. .' ; '
'Girls' Oxfords and
Grades to $1.75 at 98c ;
Your choice of all black
and tan kid and. patent:
leather Slippers for girls,r
in sizes up to ' 2 are in
'cluded. All " new styles
that, sold regularly, to
$1.75 pair. ; f ' ;-
Values to $3.00 at $1.68
Good strong, serviceable
Suits for boys from 8 to
15 years, all good colors '
-and grades..- .V.r.T'V".. 'Z
A Big 3-Day Sale of
Men's $13 to ,
$16.50 Suits $9.95 ,
This . season 4 newest w
and best worsted Suits,
all well made, splendid
ly tailored and perfect'
fitting. The greatest
suit values we have ever ,
One of the FJost Attractive Deach Resorts
on the Pacific Coast Just Now Is -
Ini tke maata of tke OeiaaaMa Mim, m tke Waaklacte
-, sta, aek tiMB tk city f Vortiaad ea tke ' . '
splsaSM aaasies "' . .
Steamer T. J.
It Is upward of 19 mils lone, vary bread and lvsl aad almost s
eompsot ss a composition pvmnt. It 1 (Jotted its sntir lsngth with
towns, eotus settlemsnts. tsnt cltlss, villas, fln botsls, and all th
smusoment aenessorlas of a populsr Bummtr beh resort IT'S TXS
run TO CK (or rt, hslth aad a good tlm. Thousands to thar
tot thlr Summer outlns Try it , , v ,
The Potter Sails Every Day
' noun tmroA.ru An nxoAtt. ..
- ' . ' ' fi publlhd schsdulM. : . '
. . Fare From Portlaqd. Round Trip, $4.00
Saturday to Monday Tickets $2.50 . v I
Purch ticket and nak reservation at City Ticket Offle. Tklrd
snd Whlngtpn streets, Portland; or lnqulr of any O. R. A N, aasnt
iwhr for information. . . . .
HexniAr, weaeral Psssens Afa, POBTXAJT9, OB.
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