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.ie' .oiiegon ' daily jou;:i;ai; i ciLAi.'D, THURSDAY evenikg, aucu..
IMPORTANT TO MEN :: See Mr. Brandt, the RAZOR MAN, worldng ,in the Wincloivj
Wood Book Rack, $tittfp4 ready for
burninr, i 5x14 inches, regular
35c, special Friday , . ,
Egyptian , Complexion Lotion, , per
fectly harmless face cream; yoa will
find thia preparation of yery high
standard and the best you. '. Art
ever tried; per bottle ylUU
Genuine Tortoise Shell Back Combs,
sold regular for 50c to $1.50,; or
special Fridy .wC
Kleanwell Common Sense Tooth
Brush, 10 styles for men and women,
regular price 50c, positively - 0T
for 'Friday only . . . ....... . . .. O I C
Strawine Make ! the" old straw hat
look like new; only a few rain. CW
ntx' anrl! rr "it" Frirlav t ajfl
Williams and Colgate' Shavint- Bar.
sold U over at .10c,; w t v C
Friday special . , , . . .v ...,....;) C
Wild Flowers of Mount Hood Soap,
exquisite , for . the toilet, beautifully
perfumed,' regular price, per cake.
25c, Friday 40 box, f r '
cak i.... ..IDC
Hair Brush Bargains
h e a d quar
ters for all
tic bristle .goods solid tack Brush, hand drawn,
e hW' regulr 85c ,xtr Pea, ' ';
Solid back Brush, hand drawn, 9 rows, QAA
regular 50c, extra special, each ... OifC
Micro Hair Brush The best of all for 'the
money; the best of workmanship and material
goes to make up this brush; 4 M OC
our price to all V'
In Our Window
You will see the wonderful little "Cornet" Thono-'
eTaoh on the fourth floor and vou can hear it
" . . . ... ' -
play, its a wonaer at tne (TO
price, only, .....a......... . .vj)4.
We have a ; complete ".line 'of
Victor and ; Edison -' Phono
rraphs, ' Talking Ma
chines, Records and Cab
SOLD ON EASY
I . - V
E are sole agents for
the famous "CROSS"
ERS. This Is ;the fin
est line of high-grade
leathers in the country.
We mark your leather purchases in
gold free of charge. -
d a a
Your Ankles Strong ?.
We manufacture the finest line
of Silk or Linen woven elastic.
Knee Caps at ...... ....f 2.5
Anklets at .,...., ,.V..92.80
Xeggins at ....... f 3.00
H , Hose at . ... ....... .",3.5
Satisfaction ' in" fit' material
and workmanship .guaranteed in
every case. " ' f : ,,'v."
Don't Dip Your Life Away
Itr an ink bottle; save time and worry with a Conklin Self Filling, Parke's Lucky Curve
or Waterman Fountain Fen. FREE any pen in the ho'use one week on trial. ,. , ;
: Prices Run $1.00 to $20.00
t " i ' ''.', , - -.
. Will give you the right
support, is always com
fortable and "cool,
Sylvan Toilet Soap, 7 distinct
odors; per box, 3 cakes tUC
Calendula Toilet Soap- A medical
toilet soap made from our own OA
formula; special, 50c box, cake. UC
"Woodlark" Dry Shampoo Ladies
with oily hair don't fail to try this;
makes the hair light and fluffy with
out the use of water; ; OP
per box ...................... JC
Golden Rod Skin Food Most con
venient package to carry when travel
ing; fine to use after OC
shaving, special .............. -Jt
Mennen's, Colgate's and 4711 Talcum
Powders, regular 25c, C -
special, each 1JC
Wash Belts at just HALF P.RICE.
Embroidered and tucked, . beautiful
pearl buckles, 50c values 25c
Bohemian Cut Glass Comport and
Bowls, regular $470, special $3.60;
regular $4.50, . fcO OC
New Views of Portland, "finely col
ored, fixed ready for mailing, Tltl
pnly , ....IDC
Why Do Children Squint ?
By quintmg or frowning the muscles
in the eye are relieved of strain. This
; Is nature's way. Study glasses relieve
this strain', and , thus prevent" 'sqtoint.
Consultation free. .'..
HAVE YOU SEEN THE GIFT ROOM ?
If not the hrat time you are down town get on the elevator and go to the fourth floor. ,
. mi ji t it a iiwi ii a unu given uy w vul uiii .x ivwi i. iiu . uuiivi'.u a iwi , iulu-
rated, and refurnished, everything is new. Pictures, imported pottery, cut glass, im
ported brasses, baskets, hand-painted china, fancy dishes, etc. Our space will -not per
mit a complete list of the many pretty things for the home that is to be found in this'
department Make it your headquarters when down town for we are always pleased to
see you, whether a purchaser or not. Yours sincerely,
, , , ,.v , ': WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
Burnt Wpod " Bargain
'. In panels and ovals for Friday only. New
designs, ready for burning. . j : "
Panels size 5x12 ins., reg. 15c, special.
Panels size 7x16 ins., reg. 20c-25c. spec.!4
Panels size 7x12 ins., reg. 15c-20c, special
Panels, round, 10-in., reg. 20c, special..
COMPLETE TELEPHONE SER
VICE. EXCHANGE 11 TO ALL
tEPTS. HOME PHONE A1159.
WOODARD, GLARKE COMPANY
THE LARGEST RETAIL DRUG STORE IN THE UNITED STATES
. ' A f
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH
US. MONTHLY ACCOUNTS
OPENED WITH EVERY ONE.
j Portland Will Be Eeadquar-
ters of, One More Bail-.
.' " road Combination.
.' Another railroad general agency will
t added to Portland's list this month.
Tha Minneapolis 4fc BL Lou la ana (he
Iowa 'Contra! wlU opeq t Joint aa-OQcr
, at room - 20S. " Lumbermen's Kxchanr
; tulldins.- H. W. Cook, haa baen appoloi.
, d ranaral agent.
: Mr. Cook la now cttr paasenrer and
ticket agent for tha Chicago & Korth
weatarti. Ma has tendered hla rsfllgna
llon and will fca sueeaeded by B. K.
Mailnir, who haa been chief clerk In
, the offlca of General. Agent K. V. Hold
er, of tha Northweatern. Mr, Cook waa
for tight years commercial agent f
the Aatqrla Columbia Hirer railroad,
and later was traveling freight agent
.'of the Northern Pacific He la well ac
quainted with the territory of tha rail-
Foada centering at f ortiana. .
The two rallroade that are to be for
the .firat time represented In Portland
tftD the important field of Minnesota.
Iowa and Illlnola, comprising the moat
nroductive Dortion or me uDDr Ml
alaalppl valley. Their linea extend from
Peoria to Omaha and from Dea Molnaa
to St Paul. At Oakalooaa they have a
trafflo connection with tha Wabaah to
. fit. Louis. The Iowa Central was for
merly a Kuaaeil Bag road.'
, Blnoe the death of Saga his holdings,
K la t resumed, remain with the estate.
. The prealdent 1 Edwin Hawley, who
im Known to nave naa an ine paai
-cordial - dislike for Mr. . Harrirean on
account of tha letter's retirement of
the former from the Union Pacific at a
.time when, Hawley expected to become
tne oompany a president. - 1 jr. Day ia
vice-president and general manager, and
- ;ore A, tseevers la xenerat counsel.
(The same officers act for tbe Minne
apolis aV St. Loula railroad corporation.
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Totter Schedule for Beach,
t Tho atearoer Potter will sail from
'Portland, Ash street dock, Saturday, I
1. m. .. . .
v Oet tickets and maka reaervatlona at
cltr ticket office. Third and Washing
ton streets. C W. 8 tinger, city ticket
'Agent. ? ..
ji v " 1 11 " l" 11 1 1 f .'"'"
f Tomorrow tad Satorday. last days to
receive dlacoant on weat aide gas bills.
BIG SALMON RUN APPEARS. IN
v COLUMBIA BUT CATCH IS LIGHT
" (BpeeUl Inspateh to The learaaL)
Astoria,' Or, Aug. : I. Tha biggest
ran of salmon of tha season has made
Its appearance, but weather conditions
are so bad that full advantage can not
be taken of It by the fishermen. The
middle and outer trapa la Baker's bay
took ' out more fish than could - be ' got
Into the boats at one trip to the can-
nery. ' Several traps. It is reported, took
out between Ave and seven tons each.
On account of the rough water on the
lower seining grounds near tne jetty it
was Impossible to operate them. Very
few eillnetters ventured out. but those
who did report very good catches. Fred
Williams, a gillnetter, delivered to a
cannery t,609 pounds as one night's
NEW EICE SECTION ;
OPEN . TO THE WORLD
Milwaukee' Advent WOl Transform
Bock Lake Country In South-.
, . em WMbJnftoau . , y
1 ifl j
Yes, and they'll bear
the ( brunt of . the boy's
t v a cation adventures, ,
j f and the price is so lov
thatl -you ; can always ;
'. have a fresh suit in the :
; ' Here also '.are stout
Wool Suits, built for va ".
""cation weajr.-;V,'i n-"
j ers. Shoes and Sandals,
in fact everything fay
i boys' ' wear is here ' at
Qcarance Sale Prices.
K5 . 1 163 Thir4 St, :
(Special Xnspstcb to The Joonat)
Rock Lake, Wash, Aug. I. The Mil
waukee in its course to tha coast will
open no richer section than that lying
hereabout. , Rock Lake Is in the north
western part of Whitman county, in the
midst of a great cattle range. The lake
la nearly 10 miles long and about
mile in width at the widest point, and
ia soo feet deep at tne deepest place,
but has an average depth of about SO
There are tnanv eaves here which
have been in years past the rendezvous
of horse and cattle thieves. There la
an immense rock at the foot of the
lake which from a d la lance resembles
an ancient castle.
There is great activity here on ac
count of the building of the Milwaukee.
Nearly 1,000 men are employed here by
the company and grading Is going on
at a rapid rate. V Railroad camps can be
seen for many miles and the blasting
is ine cannonading in Dame.
The arrada here is but one ner cent.
This waa the flret route selected by
the Northern Pacific- in crossing the in
land empire and the old grade stakes
are frequently found by the Milwaukee
The country hers ia very rich am
there are hundreds of wealthy farmer
Two townattea have been slatted here.
The old townsite la located in the valley
and tha railway people have platted a
town a mile and a half east on a rocky
plateau. The railroad will cross tha
valley at tha foot of the take
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cold water on which steamers and
launchea may be seen at any time.
Rocky cliffs rise out of the water from
100 -to 100 feet. At only one place after
leaving either end Of the lake can a
landing be made.
The district at some early period
must tiave bean thickly settled by In
dians, as in excavating many Indian
relics, such as tomahawks, elk teeth, ar
rowheads and beads have been un
earthed, also skulls and bones of In
diana, who have departed Sot tba happy
Burning:, gruunaa. x
WALNUT PK0DUCT IS
: (special Dispatch to Tbe JoerssL)
Albany, Or., Aug. . English walnut
culture Is receiving qute an impetus
and the horticulturists are favorably in
clined to take up this branch -and place
It on a paying basis. The trees in this
section, and especially those Imme
diately across the' river in. Benton
county are loaded with nuts and the
crop will be a large one. Those that
have made a atudv of tbe matter con-
tanri that ttila country and the climatic
conditions are eapeciatly favorable for
the growth and the promotion or wax
nut culture. . ; . - '
Walnuts grown across the Willamette
from Albany were exhibited at the
World's Fair at Chicago. Buffalo and
other expositions, and have always re
ceived favorable mention and carried off
most of the prises. Mrs. W. a. Hhan
non received the gold medal at Buffalo
for tha best Enslish walnuts. This in
dustry ia but in Its Infancy and will no
doubt be enlarged until It becomes one
cf ths leading sources or weaitn. Tne
treea in the Orchards hereabouts -are
filled to breaking and those Interested
In their growth pronounce it a suoceaa
. Joaquin Miller to tho Caves. .
' (RpseUl Dispatch to The feerasl.) '
Busene. Or., Aug. I.- Joaquin Miller,
the poet, who spent a week here after
a returned from a trip to tne Biusiaw,
as aona to flrenta Pass near which
rlace are some famous cares which he
wishes to explnre. There" he wsa Joined
hT fran Myers and Judge Watson,
-; ... Death of Infant Son. i
' (SieM.i ptapstek to Ths Jaurssl.) 7 i
Toncalla (tr ni. .
alia. August 7. 107. Mathew W.
Fassett the Inf.n. n. -.. w
days r,MetW - y two,
MAY BE WHIPPED
Conductor Thomas Shame
V; fully Abused His Wifev
Another candidate for the whipping
post is scheduled to make his appear
ance) in police court tomorrow morning,
in the person of A. K. Thomas, a con
ductor on the Twenty-third street line
of tho Portland Railway, Ught A
Power company, for whom a warrant
was issued this morning on a charge of
assault and ' battery preferred by his
wife, Mrs. Lulu Thomas of St Thur
maa Street. . , ,
.... AMfTwA a Wife
Angered by the action of his anousa in
arousing him from drunken slumber in
order that he would be able to report for
ouiy on time, tne compiaim alleges tnat
Thomas proceeded to amuse himself by
twlatlng hla wife's nose. Dulllns her
hair and otherwise maltreating her. It
was on tha arrival of several neighbors,
whs had been aroused by the woman's
screams that the vlcloua streetcar man
waa compelled to desist.
wearing an ugiy-iooking Druise on her
nose and on the verge of physical ool
lacae from beating aha had received.
Mrs. Thomas today made her way to
the office of District Attorney Manning
and secured a complaint against her
According to her atorv Thomaa emu
home about 1 o'clock this morning In
an Intoxicated condition and soon fell
Into a drunken stuoor. At the usual
hour Mrs Thomas awoke her husband
so ha could have breakfast and reach
the carbarns in time to. so to work.
Still suffering from the effeota of his
debauch Thomas resented the faithful
ness of his wife by leaping from ths
bed and assaulting her.
' "I'll not leave any marks on you," Is
what he la said to have told his wife.
Welrhbors Saved Woman.
It was not nntll tha nelarhhora eama
rushing into the house that Thomaa re
leased his hold on his helpmeet. Mrs.
Thomas prepared her husband's break
fast even after the abuaa to which aha
had been subjected. Thomaa refused to
partake of any food, however, and
ruahed from the house. Tha Warrant
haa been placed in the nanda of Detec
tive John Price for aervlca and bail haa
been fixed at 1160.
Mrs Thomas states she haa been mar
ried for six years and -her husband has
abuaed her continually since ahe left
the altar. The couple have two ohll-
oren Dotn coy a. aged a ana years re
spectively. About a month ago Thomas
Is said to have been discharged from
the employ of the railway company for
drunkenness. His wife pleaded with
Trafflo Manager Cooper and bs was
I don't want him sent in the wtitn-
ptng post," declared the aggrieved wife
after awearlng to ths complaint, "but I
Judce Cameron will haar further A.
tails of the affair tomorrow morning.
Codling Moth Case In Idaho. i
(Special Oitpstoh te Tbe Toorntt '
Moscow. Idaho. A us. 1 -T c. fa -a.
sow, a dealer in green and general gro
ceries, i under arrest on a charge of
selling and having In his possession ap
ples affected with codling moth. The
arrest waa made on complaint of W. O.
Dowdy, deputy state horticultural in
spector, and cornea under the Inspection
law passed bv the last l..iii.tnn
Carasow will contest ths case in ths
courts. " .
Astoria Addition Plat Filed.
f SoeeUl Dispatch ' to Tbe Jeerssl.t
Aatorla, Or., Aug. 8. A plat of Union
F'jusre, consisting of eight blocks at
Warrenton, aa laid out by Walter' C.
and Mary E. Smith, has 'been filed for
record In tbe county clerk's office.
." Bave The). Disooant, '-v - ;
Only two days remain! Msll checks
Or send remittances, to general offices.
Park and Hurnslde streeta, on op. before
Aiiaust 10- and save 25 cents. Home
leiephone and Tslscraph company.
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ODD LOTS SUITS Fancy Patterns, BLACKS and BLUES Single and Double
Breasted Styles ; :
Yontbs' and Men's alegiilar Suits
. ' .' All Sizes . ..'
Odd Lots of TROUSERS
I4.G0 and $3.00 Values
UpWIUl - s e ' e .' y
$22.50 and $25
ValS. Special Price
ODD LOT OF OATS
$3 and $3.50 Qualities
Special price . . . .
(Ciiie May aifBilirtsiy.
269-271 Morrison Street
TO RESUME WORK
; ON, THE MONUMENTAL
(SpeeiaT Dtapatck te The JeareaL)
Granite, Or., Aug. I. Operations will
soon ba resumed at the Monumental
mine. At any time W. T. Adams, one
of the principal backers of the property,
Is expected to arrive at the property
from Corinth, Mlsslaslppl, on a visit of
Inspection. The Monumental mine has
been opened by tunnels and shafts to
the depth of over 600 feet, and It Is In
the lower levels that tha tt ore In
the mine shows. In these two levels a
considerable body of rich ore haa been
backed out, which It haa been announced
will be taken out for .treatment on tha
resumption of work. '
Meyers Bank's Kama Changed,
Astoria, Or., Aug. Supplementary
articles of Incorporation have been filed
In the county clerk's nfflce changing
tha name of the Astoria Trust com-
Fany to the ecandinavlsn-Amerlcnn Kav
nara bank of Astoria. Oregon. The in
corporators are U. JkU 8. and V. K.
PEST TO FARMERS
(pedal Dlspetck to The 7oaraaL
Brownsvllls,' Or, Aug. ' .China
pheasants around Brownsville are caus
ing farmers no end of trouble. They
are literally taking tha gardens. Farm
ers are beginning to gat rid of ths
pests. They say they will not endure
ths restrictions of ths rams law, which
was framed by the Influence of city
sports and "rod and gun clubs" te pro
tect ths Chinese bird. Ths farmers ar
gue that they have to raise the birds,
and they will hunt and destroy them
when they so desire. They are begin
ning to regard them as domestic fowls,
as they are getting ao tame aa to some
and eat with their poultry.
Hundreds of dollars' worth Of grain
and garden stuff is destroyed every year
by the pheasants.
Tomorrow and Saturday, last days to
racelve discount on west side gas bills.
W . K KB aask ' S. k ft II II '.aSskw
signifies tHc best in BUSINESS COLLEGES
BLST TRAINING; BEST POSITIONS
Enrollment, past year. I4t nunlla
ployed. We will place jou Into a position when competent
SEND rOR CATALOGUE,
Graduates are all em-
iltlon when competent.
ELK BLDO., PORTLAND, OREOON.
. . . Big Log Driv t Albany. :'-
( Special tnapatrk to The Jeoraal. )
Albany. Or.. Aug. S. Tha Ins drive nl
the Spaolfllna; Lumber and Logging
company, t.OuMOO feet. Is now in the
Willamette river, opposlts Albany. This
a u.., 1
Is one of the lersest drives aver hroushr
down tha river. It has been on the way
over 49 days end It le estimated that
It will require at least as much more
time to resc h Us fine destlnstlon. The
logs were out on the upper wstere of the
Willamette and ths AluKeusle rivers.