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.THS OKECOII- DAILY JOUHIIAU TORTIAND; WEDNESDAY EVENING.' AUGUST 7." "JtOT.
'I ioivn Topics 1
I HE iOCKXAIi AT RESORTS
I,ve.'ft th regular rate at the fol
lowlngsoru by notifying; the agents
st the various places mentioned. Sub-
"v'wm oy mm are payable in aa
OREGON RESORTS.' '
"?"? -Fart..,. ....... ..P. 1. "truck
Hot Laka Hot Lake Sanitarium
?"I1 ...Iw1 Co.
WUholt Springs... F. W. MoLeraa
Boyd Son and Mineral Springs flotel
Collins Springs C, T. Belcher
Ilwaco ., . "Louis Cohen
Marshall Pottenger and O. A. Bmltlj
Nahcotta., ,, H. J. Brown
Ocean Park. Matthews Thsdford
gvJaw ............ .! rank B. Strauhai
The Braakara The Braakara Hotel
; '' TOXIGHrS AMCSEMEXTa
Marauam Grand ...... "Th TTndertow.'
Grand . , .......... . .Vaudeville.
Lyrlo .......... "Jim. tha Westerner."
Btar ...... A Bachelors Honeymoon."
Tha Oaks, O. W. P, oarllns. First asd
Pltu, band concert. A. Da Caprlo, di
" XL Wolfs, wU ehand family of Nellgb,
Nebraaka. ara visiting Dr. B. EX Wright
and n'Mr friends In Portland, .Mr,
yfS tha ownar of on of tha largest
ljprtmnt storesr of- Nebraska.' In
peaking; of hla flrat Impraaalon of tha
city yuraif r. woira aaia: -fort-land
la tha laat Ursa city wa ehall vlalt
, In tha northwest before continuing our
juuiii w mmi jp rmauiwo, ana A must
.acknowledge that, your stores ara tha
beat J have seen, tha surroundings of
?our city tha moat scenic tha country
rlbutarv to your metropolla la by far
tha beat of tha anion. Portland la a
much nicer city than I had expeotetf to
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' . Plumbing; Inspector Hay's report for
July" show a total of 211 new build
in g-a Inspected aa oomparsd with HO In
' June. " Thla gives an Inkling of the
Kreat amount of building; going on In
,, Portland. -Two septlo tanks were In
stalled during tha month. .Tha total
number of fixtures connected during;
; July was l,ii. la Juno 1,4(1 Connec
tions wars mads.' .
' Water throught boss for sprinkling
- yards or sidewalks or washing porches
or windows must be paid for ia adrance
and uaed only between the hours of I
and I a. m., and C and p. m. It must
not bo uaed for sprinkling streets. If
uaed contrary to these rules, or waste-
will be shut oft v
Funeral servtoes over the remains of
; Flora B. Nolan were held at Holman's
undertaking parlors yesterday. The- in
terment was had j at The Dalles The
deceased was born in Illinois February
4, 1843. She died August 1. Mrs.
Stevena, the sister of the deceased, is a
resident of Bell wood. . . ,
.".A moonlight excursion on the river
will be given by tha Epusrth league of
Sellwood on Friday night. The steamer
Altona will leave the Taylor street dock
t o'clook. reaching the foot of Spo
kane avenue at l:0. A good program
- and excellent refreshments- will bo pre.
jared . ,. ,-........
": Members of the ladles' auxlllarr of
tha A. O. H- held their regular hl-
tnonthlv- meeting at Allsky hall laat
. night and disposed of matters pertaining
to the picnic which was held recently.
A large number were present and Mra.
J. Collier acted as president.
, ' i ' -
Ths first annual . convention of the
Traveling Newspaper Men's association
of Washington and Oregon will be bald
at Astoria, Auguat Si and It. Dele
frates from Portland, Tacoma. Seattle
' and Sookane will attend to discuss
P. B. Glfford has retired as of date,
May It, 1D07, from the firm of Kerr,
Clifford sc Co. The business will be
- continued under the old name by the
remaining partners, Peter Kerr. Thomas
Kerr ana Andrew Kerr.
A I Wyatt and, Miss Ora E. Brat
ton were married yesterday at the home
' t .ne bride's, father, Robert R. Brstton.
on East Forty-third street near Haw
thorne avenue. Rev. O. C. Love offi
ciated. .; , , ..'
' Amusement Council Crest park every
evening. Take a car ride to this most
teauttful spot. Muale, dancing, moving
pictures, illustrated, songs, eta. Vocal
and Instrumental muslo by ths . "Ha
waiian musicians." , , .
'. Learn to swim atHlnglers new Nat-
, ktorlum, I8 E. Mot., cor. Grand. Enam
Uled tank: fresh Bull Run water; pri
vate lesaon, 10c: club membership,
11.60 per month. Phone East if 70.
; A free open air entertainment will be
Sfven tonight by the men of the Re
emptorlat pariah at Piedmont on the
jarlah grounda. Good rnuslo will be
provided for the guests.
H N. Mitchell of Klamath Falls has
filed a petition in bankruotcv In tha
local United SUtea district -court Hla
Iiihiiities are Diacea at i2.42i.ftz, and his
taai ii.vuu. -
JotiiraB Rayner, general representa
tive of William Knabe Co., of New
lYork, la visiting the Portland agenta
of this manufacturer, Sherman, Clay &
CO. ; ."' -;, . - - c . ;; .
Steamer fease Harklna, for Camaa,
' Waahougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Wsshingtoa street
dock at I p. wa. ,
Scientific Shoe Repairing Best work.
Sewed soles, men 76o, women SOo.
Jacob Bchwlnd, 147 Stark, near Park.
Navajo Indian blankets. Ill Sixth at
Alaska Indian baskets. Ill Sixth St.
, Eastman kodaks. Ill Sixth street
Acme Oil Co. sell safety coal oil and
fine gasoline. Phone East 788; B-1007.
Woman's Exchange, lit Tenth street,
tunnh 11:0 to ;" business man's lunch.
D. Chambers, optician. 111 Seventh,
i Berger lgns IM Tamhlll phona
' Bark Tonio,-for rheumatism.
teck Jeweler lot Alder.
lit LOOK lilTO
RATE OH VMTER
Chamber of Commerce Ap
points Committee to Inves-
tigate Meter Charges.
IS THE ALLEGATION
Claim Ma3e Thai la Most Instances
; Rate Baa Been Advanced From SO
50 Per Cent May Investigate
. -Cost of Pltunbloff Supplies.
PtiAntM J Main 16S
r0"' 1 Home A1165
First and Oak
s At a meeting of the trustees of ths
Portland chamber of commerce yester
day afternoon a' committee was ap
pointed, consisting of F. A. Kltchey, I.
N. Flelachner and Harvey O Bryan, to
lnvastigats the cause of alleged sxoes
slvs increase of coat of water supplied
through . meters. , it ia said members
Of, the chamber will also urge an Inves
tigation of the enormous Increase of
cost of plumbing supplies through which
olty water is- served, making the com
bined- increase of water service almost
too great for ths consumer to bear. (
' BaUdiaf Owascs Xlok.
Moat Of the complaints regarding me
tered water coma from owners of buIM
Ings -having hydraullo lifts, v It Is said
the-cost of -operating an elevator by
water pressure has increased through
the meter plan from 10 to 60 per cent,
and that theae customers will be obliged
to remove the hydraullo elevators and
substitute electrics. Ir-has been sua
gested alo that, the city "authorities
might have adopted this policy pur
posely In order to conserve all the water
possible tor aumesuo -uses.
Ths chamber committee will look into
the question of water supply for fire
? protection, and its report is expected
o cover the water famine conditions
that now confront the city as a result
of too small a Dtneline from Bull Run.
Ia many parts of the city proper house
noiaers nave mis summer neen unaoie
to get water enough from their pipes
for the ordinary uses of the kitchen
sink and the toilet to say nothlnr of
tha garden hose, during the bours be
tween and s o clock when lawn sprink
lers are generally In use. The result
has been a general violation of the
rules of the water department as to
hours for sprinkling lawns. Consum
ers who are paying water rent regularly
for maintenance of their lawns and
flowers have revolted aaalnst belns? de
prived of all water supply durlna the
aprlnkllng hours, snd have appropriated
water freeJy fop their lawns at other
hours of the day, rather than ses flow
ers ana grass wither.
v Waajr STsv Members,
Ths : chamber ' trustees yesterday
elected the following men and firms to
membership: u. r . Han Dora company,
Western Iron A Steel company, P. U.
Murdoch. Pacific Coast Realty company,
Chapln A Clark, Mercantile - Printing
company, O'Bhea Bros., North Paclfio
Steamship company. A. H. Bell. O. F.
Moffett Walker, Simmons Co.. George
w. josepn. Kosentnai a to., a. m. a-
K '1.-, D rk..ln. M. tfA DA.-t..-l.
'Realty Co.. Rober Machinery company.
Zimmerman st vaucnan. tniopecK Men
Co., Ieschutes Land eompany, Bronaugh
A Bronaugh. Acting Secretary Moses
sohn haa received a letter cordially
thanking the chamber for lantern slides
of Portland acenlo nhotoe-ranha aent to
P. B. 8. Peters, director of the manual
trainlns- school of Kansas Cltr. Mis
souri, to be uaed In lectures at Kansas
City. St JLoula, St Joseph and other
cities. : K.
ATTENDED BY MANY.
Sals of Saa rraaoise Piaaos Attract a
Buyers Prom everywhere. -
Seventeen fins pianos were sold the
flrat day of tha emergency aale'of San
Francisco planoa, leaving an exact one
hundred Instruments to be taken. Tues
day's record will not be qukte so large
In numbers, but the sales ware made up
principally of the hlghesCrprlced in
struments. - t
Several choice Deckers, three Bohu-
mann, two Klraballs, one C nickering,
two Weberg. one Pianola Piano. - and
four pianos Of less - expensive makua
wars taken up to a o clock in the after
noon, one of them aolna to Salem and
another to Tillamook.
Ellera Piano House is dolna- exactly
as sdvertlssd. each instrument s plain
ly marked, and Is offered and sold at
ths ratio of (7 cents on the dollar
making a 1100 piano $171, a M00 piano,
1181 and everything else at corre
spondingly low prices. .One hair cash,
balanoe within a year, are tha terma
upon which theae instruments are ob
tainable. . Every Instrument disposed of
in thla sale is fully warranted, both as
to quality as well as to price. .Be sure
to call at til Washington -street today
if you have no piano and tha saving of
money is an object Eliers Piano House.
. ; yiSITING, IN CITY
' Tatner I P. Dasmaralsr formerly of
thla city, who ia making a tour of the
united States, was in this city Tester
ADD TEN ACRES
piclfic doast Realty Com
paiiy Purchases More
Ground for Suburb.
day. He haa been visiting the fellow
stone National Park and Is enthusiastic
over the scenlo beauties of the whole
northwest, which he asserts are far su
perior to anything to be aeen abroad.
- Father Desmarais recently returned
from Europe, after visiting Italy and
ths Holy Land. Damascus, he says, Is
the most typical of all he old world cit
ies, the same today that it was In ths
time of Abraham. Freight is still car
ried on ths backs of camels and cara
vans may be i seen leaving for Meso
potamia almost any day.
"At Baalbao, In Palestine, the most
Interesting and best preserved ruins to
be found fn the whole country are to be
seen," said Father Desmarais.
"Here la the great temple of the sun
built about lOOt B. a by the Phoeni
cians. Some of these great granite
blocks are larger than those In the
great pyramids. Some of the blocks
are feet long, 11 feet high and 11
feet thick." -
After visiting San Francisco, Salt
Lake City, Colorado Springs and Den
ver, Father Desmarais wilf return to the
east-' L :' ' ' -. " " ' "' ' .
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
Balaler Mineral Soap 1st (treat B
Another car load of Rainier Mineral
Soap waa ahlpfted to Buffalo the past
week. This will make about a million
and a half bara thla concern has shipped
within ths post six months. Thla would
not bs possible for such a new Industry
were It not for the fact that the soap
ts considered a apentfla in skin trouble
Pr. 'Wende, president of the Board of
Health of Buffalo, N. T.. and ths lead
ing specialist in skin diseases In hla
section of country and a practitioner
who Is considered thoroughly ethical,
: says of Rainier Mineral Soap: -"I use
It In akin diseases and the people ought
to know of It." Thla aoap has been- used
and indorsed ' for skin diseases
i by scores of other physlrlana Bnstdee
being a aoap with medicinal properties
it la considered one of the finest artt
I rise on ths market today for toilet and
bath. , - - . . ...
: ' , The Blasts-Js rtaed. : '
' It Is the HI flttln; shirt thst causes
-he trouble with the head of the housa
, hold. Cluelt and Btap brands are peaoe
makers on special aale at Robinson A
I Co,', 1 Washington street. ,
;. The Paclfio Coast Realty Company
has purchasd aa additional 10 acres, ad
joining Its Heidelberg tract, which will
ho subdivided and become a part of that
attractive suburb. Ths company now
haa nearly 1100,000 invested In acreage
In this vlolnlty, and by ths tlma the
extensive street and sidewalk Improve
ments, contemplated by tha company,
ara made the la vestment will nearly
double this sum. i .
Heidelberg la beautlfuly situated on
the Columbia slope of ths Peninsula
and is destined to become one of the
ohoicest - residence districts within ths
environs of Portland. ' ' '
The lots ara all to be full else, M by
100 feet, with a 14-foot alley In the
rear. All streets and sidewalks are to
be graded and laid. Water mains con
necting with the Bull Run system, will
bo put down throughout ths tract Ar
rangements have been mads with 'ths
Portland Railway Light A Power Com
pany to extend the Alberta line through
ti tract It is probable that ths car
line will be extended north along East
Twenty-second street to the center of
Heidelberg and then, west to Wood lawn,
connecting with theXJnlon avenue cars
at that point thus making a loop. .
Tha nams Heidelberg wa chosen be
cause of the proximity of ths tract to
ths site of the proposed German Luth
eran Theological seminary, which ia to
be called Heidelberg after the celebrated
Oerman university. It is ths Intention
of the promoters of this enterprise to
build Tip a large German euburb. Prices
will be placed at such a figure as to per
mit any ions,- who really wants A homo
to seours it In this addition. - ,
NEW MASONIC HALL - i
Appropriate EaWctoesi Arrangetl for
Bnnulde Event to Be Held '
, ' Next Saturday aftsrnoon at S o'clock,
with appropriate oersmonisa, tho corner
stone will be laid for ths new 1M0
Masonlo hall' to be erected at East
Burnsldo and East Eighth streets by
Washington lodge. No. 4V and Washing
ton chapter. Royal Arch Masons. Grand
Master Lot L. Pierce will have chas-ge
of the ceremonies. He will be assisted
by George H. Burnett F. H. Davis and
H. H. Parker, dignitaries in ths Masonlo
order. J. H. Ackerman will represent
tha lodge and chapter and H. W. Scott
grand orator, will be the chief apeaker.
The lodge room and banquet hall will
bo on the second floor. There will be
a muslo gallery In connection with the
lodge room. The building will be com
pleted by January I. The Washington
Building association, of which the di
rectors are members of ths Washington
organisations, have charge of ths erec
tion. . .. - h ' ,
GOOD PROGRAM FOR
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Ths Park board will furnish th following-program
from ths band -stand
on the Plasa block this evening;
March, "lain Goguettes", , . . . .Daudenard
f .rt, lln. Tu-lMt" A A mm
"Moonlight Serenade" Moret
'The Forge la the Forest". . ..Mlchaells
Selection from "The Strollers -
"My Old Kentucky-Home"
. . . ; . j- . . v. Dal bey
Intermeaso, "El DoreyM,Von der Mehden
Baritone solo, "Souvenir do la Suisse"
LI be rati
- i -. JV stgnor DeCspiio.
Halantkm. ' "Maid Marian' . . .". .Do Koven
March, , ."The Burs and Stripes Forever"
V A. DoCaprio. Director. . . .
; FOR HIGHWAYMAN
. -,.', ' i " ". - . .
iw g in IS veara in ths nenltsntlary
was tha sentence passed upon George
svaaav ind 10 vears. who had'Dleaded
guilty to highway robbery before Judge
Cleland In olroult court Young Fraser
with an accomplice on March 17 held up
K. J. Maxwell near, the O, R. N. tracks
on ths east side of ths river and took
HIS from him. Fraser . ate r ward went
to -California, then returned to Oregon,
stopping In Balem. where he stole a suit
of clothes and served three months la
ths county J alt or Marion county. .
MORE OIL DRILLING
NORTH OF, ST. JOHNS
It la resorted' that drilling for oil
win ha continued on ths OsdSn farm
north of Bt Johne aa soon as additional
funds can be colleoted. The work was
suspended sometime ago wnen a snsii
Inn fMt rfacn was aunk because of lack
of capital. At that depth several buck
ets of petroleum were brought up snd
sxperts assert that oil should be reached
at a depth of 1,(00 feet ' Mr. Ogden is
endeavoring to interest Others In the
' Per Ice call Main 114 or A-I14S. Zoo
Delivery eompany. 111 Stark at
BRINGS DJEAD TO LIFE'.
Apparatus for ResuaciUtlng Persona
. - Apparently Dead.
An snnaratus for producing artificial
respiration haa recently been devised
whereby In caaes of suspended anima
tion the action of ths heart and lungs
can bs renewed.
- Professor George fos, the inventor or
ths apparatus, does not Insist thst with
its use ltfs can . bo brought back, but
claims, according to the Scientific Amer
ican, that by artificial means applied
through the Instrumentality of the res
pirator persons killed by asphyxiation,
poison or drowning can be resuscitated;
that ths death of .persons undsr the In
fluence of anaesthetics while being OD-
erated upon can be prevented; that its
use will . prevent infant asphyxia at
birth; that a drunken person can be
sobered in a few minutes; that persons
electrocuted or banged In the letter
case where tha neck haa not been
broken can' be revived, and that the
freeslng to death of , Arctic explopsrs
can bs obviated. These results sre ac
complished by stimulating normal res
piration through artificial means. '
A demonstration waa made on a rab
bit. Two grains of morphine were In
jected into ths leg. after which four
ounces of ether were administered. It
was believed by the etperlmentars mat
Ufa waa nosltlvelv extinct aa tha appli
cation of every known test failed to
reveal any sign of Ufa. in xnia condi
tion the tubes of the apparatus were ap
plied to the. rabbit's nostrils, snd on
pumping our the poison with one cyl
inder . pumping oxygen ints the
lunss with a simultaneous movement of
the valves, within three minutes ths
rabbit, but lately pronounren aeao, was
breathing naturally, and within six min
utes It was running around the room.
The ether waa entirely out of the sys
tem, as there was no Indication of
Ifl SIX FIGURES
Real Estate Market Con
tinues Active in AU
v - Departments. "
Realty transfer , filed for : record
gain went above tha 1100,000 mark yes
terday, reaching a total of f 10T.074. Ths
market has been increasingly aottr for
tho peat three weeks, ths daily galas
averaging about 1100,000,
, One of ths largest salsa reported so
far this week was that of It lota In
block 1. Wlllametta Heights, by Percy
H. Blytho to H. W. Hogua. This prop
erty Is in a block bounded by Quimby.
Pettygrovs, Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth
streets and brought about l7i a lot.
It Is beautifully situated and would
be ideal for three or four hand
some suburban horaea Mr. Hogue
plans to keep a portion of the block for
a future horns and sell ths rsmalndsr la
four-lot building sites.
- The ' Portland Trust eompany sold
yesterday to Oustsve E. B rue re a bouse
and 40-foot lot on Twenty-fourth street
between Overton and . Northrup, for
Robert Benart has purchased from
Charlea L. Rabenelck a TOxlOO-foot lot
occupied by a modern, two-story resi
dence, at the southwest corner of Arthur
and second streets, South Portland, for
M. K. Qreenmah has purchased from
Mra Rachel Cornelius 10 seres In the
W. H. Payna donation land claim, near
Llnnton. The purchase pries was 110,-
The Brown-Yale eompany' has pur
chased from Mra.- Josephine Hlrsch tbs
west nair or ine rour iota iron tins on
the east side of East Tenth street be
tween East Morrison and Belmont eon-
frontaa-e of 100
street and a depth of 10 feet
frontage of 100 feet on East Tenth
sTaayew Travel to Ssasida.
Hundreds of neonle are solna dallv
to Clatsop beach and Seaside. - People
returning from tbla popular aummar re
sort say that never before have they
had the excellent train service that is
now being given by ths Astoria afc
Columbia Kiver rauroaa to mess beach
resorts only, four hours' ride down the
Columbia "river to the Pacific ocean.
Two through trains leave daily, lam.
and t P. m. Special train Saturdays,
1:10 p. m. City tloket office Third and
Morrison street a
Of ft... -
Ws can extract ons or all your
teeth without hurting -a bit, and
5ut in new teeth tho same day
r yoit desire.
Our - system of ' crown and
bridge work is simple, quick and
When desired yon can have T.
P. Wise or my personal service ,
Painless ' Extracting Tree When
, , Plates are Ordered.
gO TXAJtS MMMM :"-.'
and doing dental work all ' tha
tlma. Thst la ths reoord of Dr.
W. A. Wise. That's one reason
our business haa grown our pa
: trons corns back, and they ssnd
thslr friends. . v
W. A. WISE, Dentist
PafUaa bldg, Sd and WasUagaon
g a. m. to p. m, Mondays S o 11.
raialessax. .stoeaoooj Haass
and H. A, Huffman .v
SOTX PSOsTXS, A AMD
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SEE THE RED TAGS , K
SEE OUR WINDOWS '
A SAN FRANCISCO EMERGENCY
?' -.-r- SgJ. V"J "
Main HT1 places at' your command a
largs.and well-sal eo ted hardware stock,
with prices as close to right aa ths
foods to your wants, Coma and see!
48 Third Si, Bet Pine & Ash
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AT CLOUDCAP INN. .
Mount Hood.' Auto
r mobiles operate between
- Hood River and the re-
sort. Mks your reier
ations now. For trans
. porlation rate ak at O. R.
& N. city ticket office.
For reiervationa wrilt
. v . .. Manager.
Poitof fice Mt. Hood, Or.
. Consumption doesn't - in
crease with the growth of
Fault of the tea. "
' Tour grocer returns your money If you
oon like ncjaiungs uesi, ws pay aim.
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that cannot be
Seven carloads of
choicest, new instru
ments now being sold
Unprecedented Figures. Makes That Every
one Knows. A Definite and Uindmg uuaran
teche Time Is Short. 1 Be Quick. ;
The House of Highest Quality
Corner of Park
v (I'HONR MATV i
Tonight aad all .. MaUaea
' . SJataraay.
' TII2 UND2LRTOV
The great sensational graft play
Evening iOc, iba, lla. bargaun Mat
inee Wedneeday. all seats 16a.
Phone Main !.
This Week the Allen Stock Company
- Mmc nm wiiTum -
Matlneea Tuesday, Thursday, Battir. .
day and Sunday. Prleea, 10c. 10c Ev
ary evening at 1:16. Prtoee, loo. 10s
and too. Hesarved seats by phone. Mala
44IS. cvilceopea rrom is a m. to is s. m.
The Star ill!
, wm or Aira u st a.
A special Hummer m I rt h-pro voher,
"a kAcrBi.os i moMM-moon.
V.tinMi Tuesday a Thursdays. Satur
days and Sundays at 1:10, prices 10s and
lao; every evening sl s:ia, prices ic.
SOo and 10a. Secure seats for all per
formanoea by phone.
THE ORA ISO
- as m mT m-si inansv a. liar.
. Taaaewule De Sinn.
DATZ9 X, mWKUiS. EaTT A. XO
- - rut a co.
. ; . " la '
Dally matinees at 1:10: twa perform,
aaces each evening at T:4i and :.
Aupiit 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 ,
Oans sailed at p. an, daily.
Oames called at 1:1 p. m, Sundays.
Mum' SAT niDAT. ,
- ADMISSION 25.
Qraadstand llo. Child ran lis.
- Box 8aat Sic
ncuic iiiij Emu udy
: aVHJIJTXT OV . ' 1- .
Brotherhood of Oedric Street
- -rarrnucDAT, Avavrt - -
fA Vrovhtss and cash prlaes to r A
Nil pleas aad tvaraxd ooawstaats all
"v U all antries. , , .
. OaUBATZIT BABT BOW.
Foot Races, Boys' Blcyala Raoes, Tub
Races, Swimming Raoes, Exhibition
Drills by W. O. . W. and Maccabees,
Championship . Cake 'Walkers, Prise
Dancing,'- 'i us; -of -War Conteata. Boxing
Matches, Wrestling Hatches, Fencing
Championship. Grand display yi re
works ana otner jrres attracuona.
Osoar Stanley, A. C Burns, Jamas
U organ. A. M. Singleton, C J. Ander
son, committee. .
J Added Attraction
50 Prizes 50 ?
Big Program of Special f
aests All Day and Even- g
Come With the Crtwd and See the Fun X
A Boarding and Day
School for Toung Men and
Preparation for col
legea. U. & Military and
Naval Academies. Ac
credited i. to Stanford.
, Berkeley, Cornell. Am
herst and all Stats Vni
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