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IOXTLAND. THURSDAY VIZini.'G. AUGUST 8. i:07.
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XIUC JOUItNAL AT RKSOKTS.
bu.,"1berl ean hl.l Tij Jfliirnitl Ae-
lvereit th regular rates at the fol
owlng resorts by notifying the sg-nts
. i nnom places men uorUKi. ouu
ortptlone, by mail are payable In Ad'
gearhart Park p. J. Struck
Hot I-ka. ...... ..Hot Laka Sanitarium
Seaside Lewis Co.
YVUhoit Springs W. McLeraa
r..-.- D .
Boyd A Bon and Mineral Springe Hotel
Cascade Springe.. ......Thomas Moffett
Collin, gprjn, .....C. X. Ulchr
t .,., ,. .4ouis luuvu
-oig Beach ,
iiiiiu e fotienger ana u.
Jahcotta.....,, H. J. Brown
Ocean Ps.b Vf .tl haw. Thadford
Seavlew ..Frank E. Strauhal
in Braikin The Breaker Hole.
' V t--j-U 1 U IJ l IX. IUI I l " " II i'
Marquam Grand ... .The Undertow."
urand ....... .n vaudeville,
Lyrlo ..... "Jim, the 'Westerner."
Btar ...... "A Bachelor1! Honeymoon."
Xhe Oaka. O. P.i carllne. i lrat and
Alder. - v-
: The park band-will play at Columbia
ark tonight -This will be the first eon
cert 1nahls park. Columbia, park la lo
KMKa the St. ' John oar line near
rr northern llmlta of the city and not
fiUr from Columbia university. The pro-
Bra m follow: ' March. "The Btar ot
iestiny, uewey; overture. The Linnet,
Muckle; waits, 'Janice Meredith," Oua
tln; aelectlon, '"The - Governor' Son,"
Cohan; Intermezzo, "Rambna,"; Johnson."
Intermission. Fantanfa, "A lluntlng
Scene,". Bucalossl: "Dane , Afrlualnev?
Ollder; selection, "Morses Melodies,
Morse; march, ''Flying Arrow," iloli
Ciano. : A. da Caprlo, director. .
, At the monthly social meeting of tbt
Central W. C. T. U. yesterday afternoon,
an entertaining program was carried
out But President Mr. i. H, Ad1
dltoa participated. Mr. U. U Hidden,
who represented the W. C T. O. at the
Sunday school convention lit Buxton, In
Washington county, deacrlbed the con
tention. Next week a. medal content
will be given In the rooms, (0( Oood
nough. building. , ; r ' .
All that remains to complete the new
Grand avenue bridge la the concrete
work on the street and sidewalk. Th
concrete on the street will be six Inches
thick with a two-inch lays of asphalt
abided. The bridge will be complete by
the end of the month but the street
leading to the bridge will probably not
be Improved for many more weeks. ..-'..
A fountain syringe and bot water bag
la a handy thing to have In th houae
. In case of need, but a poor one Is worse
than uaeless. Go to Albert Bernl, the
druggist, - tit Washington street, and
get a reliable article at a moderate
' price that can be depended on In time
of need. ' ' .
- The following article were found on
umbrellas, five miscellaneous packages,
one book, one pair of glasses, one puree,
two pieces of pique and a plumber's out
fit They may be recovered at room 4,
Oregon Water Power building. First and
Alder streets. .
Dr. John Roach Straton, until recently
pastor of the Second Baptist church Of
Chicaco. will nraach at thv Whit Tern.
pie for three Bundaya, while Dr. Whlt
comb Brougher la absent at Los An.
Ieles. Dr. Brougher will occupy Robert
. Burdette's pulpit at the Temple audi
torlum, i r
Repair on , the, east approach of the
Burnslde bridge' have been completed
which may make that end of the bridge
safe for a time. New bents ware put
in and the sidewalk was .raised. The
surface is still badly worn and It Is
realised that the repair have only been
temporary. . . - : ; . v. -t-
A party of t eastern visitor are la
Portland on a touring expedition of the
Pacific coast. They are under the guid
ance of the Raymond-Whltcomb bureau
and will leave today on their way eaat
through Canada. They arrived In Port
land yeaterday on the Northern Pactflo
from Yellowstone Park.'-
' Water throught hose, for sprinkling
yard or sidewalks or washing porches
or window mfrat be paid for In advance
and uaed only between tne hour of I
and t a. m.. and' C and p. m. It must
not be uaed for sprinkling street. If
u-ed contrary to these rules, or waate
funy. It will be shut oft ,
' Article of Incorporation of the PU
man auio tar company were mea in
the office of the county clerk thin morn
ing by A. D. Perkins L D. Carpenter
nil Alex fiweek. Canltal stock. IIS. 000.
-; Tent meetings near tne Trinity juetn
od 1st Episcopal church. , corner Eaat
Tenth -and Grant' streets. . commenced
last night with a large attendance. The
meetings will continue for two weeks.
The service begins at 7:10 o'clock eaoh
evening and everybody I welcome. .
' Professor Delano naa got' to Sacra
mento. Before he landed he circled
tl3wjri atter for Golden Or a in Granule,
so theajuple looked up to see him corn
In down slowly. Everybody I talking
about It .
Arrangements for the funeral of Mrs,
Pauline Oppenhelmer will be made after
the arrival of her son Solomon from
Chicago. Mr. Oppenhelmer will arrive
today and the funeral will be held
sometime tomorrow. ., .... ...
P? B, ' Olf ford ha retired a of date.
Ma 1ft, H01, from the firm of Kerr,
Otfford Co. The bualnea will be
continued under the old nam by th
remaining partner, Peter Kerr,, Thomas
Kerr ana Andrew Kerr. . -.
1 . - i ' jr '.'
, Elmer un. a . Chinese, and ' Alma
Church, his alleged white slave, were
' Another story added to bur
bulidlng enlarges our facilities
almost a third. Equipment Up-to-date.
Only steam-heated polish-
era the' kind that doe not burn
in Portland. Female help
wanted. ' ' '
SECOND AND COLUMBIA
Telephone Main 398.
arraigned before Judn n el anil in tr.
euit court this morning on a statutory
charge. They pleaded not guilty. The
trial or Jbln waa set for September 12,
. Estacada 1 preparing to spend 13,000
to obtain a gravity . water, system,
Mayor Havlland has had an analysis of
in-, w.ier ulnae ana iouna tne proposea
supply pure. Work of lying the pipe
mu win . vegin v once.
' ' ' - ' s
' Amusement Council Crest park every
evening, . Take a car ride to this most
beautiful spot Musis, dancing, moving
plcturea, illustrated, songs, etc. Vocal
and Instrumental - muslo by the "Ha
' Learn to swim at Rlngler new Nat
atortum, lit E.-Mor., cor. Grand. Enam
elled tankr fresh Bull Run water; pri
vate lesson,' 60c: club membership,
11.69 per month. Phone East 67.
,. . .
Steamer Jesse Harklns, for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leave Washington street
dock at t p. m.
"Aome" Oil Co. sell safetV ronl ell and
fin gasoline. Phone East lit; B-1007.
Woman' Exchange, lit Tenth street
lunch 11:10 to I; business men' lunch,
E. W. Moore. exnerl nhotorranher.
Elks' building, Seventh and Stark sis.
' D., Chambers, optician. Ill Seventh,
Berger signs 184 Tamhill phone.
'" Bark Tonlo for rheumatism. : , t
. Beck Jeweler 105 Alder. '
MA3DI0TII CIRCUS . . '
COMING TO PORTLAND
IUnffllng Brother Will' Brine; Great
Companx of Arenle Performer .
to the Rose Cltjr.
Rlngllng Brothers' circus Will bring to
Portland -Monday,' August - 38, -for - an
engagement of two day, the greatest
company of arenlo performer that were
ever before gathered together under one
management ' Among them are nearly
300 of the best of all European talent
entirely new to this country. ' "
The Rlocobono trained horses. Delay
Hod gin!. ' the world's greatest: woman
naer; tne norainis. who do aorobatla
feats while balanclna? on roller rlnhea.
all from Italy; the Mine Golem acro-
oauo troupe, loaned by the Bhah of Per
sia; the Alvares gymnasts, the Toreo
dor and th celebrated clown, Marno,
from Spain: the Legarda, acrobats; the
Patty Brothers, who walk on their
heads, and the Marnello-Marnltee, bell
ringing acrobats, from France; the
great ue nocks with their acrobat dog,
from Germany, and the greatest of all
the world highwir artists, the Hol
lowaya. from London these are only a
few of the names that make np the
list of foreign eatertalnere with ' the
lungnng ttromers- circus.'
Besides these, there are with the cir
cus the" Bed In la,, the great family of
horseback riders from Italy, the won
derful Belfords In the most sensational
acrobatlo act ever presented; the Kauf
mann troupe of 13 unlcycle riders; the
Clarkoniana, and the great Jordan fam
ily, by all odd the greatest trapese
performers ln the world.
It Is welt understood that Rlngllng
srum-n -circus is ins greatest that
evr waa. or la at oreaent. and dnnhliua
that ever will be. And It la an Interesting
fact to put on record that, although last
mwn me raiiroaas aeciarea It would
be impossible to transport them If they
grew any larger, they have added this
season- to their organisation man v un.
Pie and more horses, to say nothing of
snores si wagons, rioats and parade ve-
IlaTthorne Avenue Property
Owners Becoming: Impa
, tient at City's Action.
PETITION, WAS FILED '
' WITU SPECIAL CARE
Majority Demanded Bitamlnon Ma
; radam and City Engineer Wrai
Authorized to Prepare Plans tor
Such Improvement. . , '
SINGING SOCIETIES" "
- WILL (JO ON SPECIAL
The 'rlon 1 society and Turn Vereln
of thl city have chartered a- special
train to take them to th big festival ot
the ; North. Pacific Saengerbund to be
held In Spokane, August 30, 30. 31 and
September!.' Portland. Seattle. Ta
coma, I Spokane, Walla Walla, Belling
ham and Chehalls will be reprenented
and. It I believed that the combined
gnrhd chorus will number fully 600
voices. - .
The Arion, society 'and theTurn
Vereln will leave this city on the eve
ning of August 23 and will pick up the
cars carrying the Walla Walla contln
rrent. .. Professor H. Magnus Olsen,
earter of the Spokane society.' who will
oonduct the big chorus, was In the city
a few days ago rehearsing th numbers
to be rendered by the combined chorus.
Professor Olsen said the Spokane aoclety
naa raiaea iu,uou ror tne reception and
entertainment ot the visitors.
ror Ice call Main 334 or A-3348. loe
Delivery company. 361 Stark st - i
A-baik book and a book of blank checks- are isstfed to' every
Eerson-who makes a deposit in, this bank. - The bank book is kept
y the depositor but is brought' to the bank occasionally to be bal
anced. When this is done, all the deposits made are footed up on
one side and all the checks paid on the other. The difference is
figured out and written plainly in the bQok. Thus our customers
never have any trouble about their bookkeeping and can. tell at a
fiance just how much money he has deposited, paid out and has
eft in the bank. Each time the book is balanced the canceled
checks are returned to the depositor -and each One is a. receipt Jor
the payment of the amount written on its face. We thus keep
books for very depositor and furnish him with' the best receipt for
payment of a bill that is known in law. Open an account with
thi-chrong bank the oldest on the East Side. .
Property owner on Hawthorn av
enue who signed a petition over a year
ago asking that that thoroughfare be
paved are becoming Impatient because
of the delay they bay been compelled
to eubmlt to. When the lgner were
preparing to' petition the city in the
spring of 1904 they were certain that
before the coming of winter In' HOT the
beautiful, - broad avenue would . be Im
proved Us entire length. There- now
seems to be no likelihood of It being Im
proved next summer at the rate the pe
tition proceedings havs gone alone, say
influential residents who live along the
avenue. ,. " , -, ....
. retltloa Year Old.
On July 31, 1S00, the petition wss
flLvd with the city auditor. After 30
days, as la required by city ordinance,
no remonstrance having been filed, the
council granted the petition and the city
engineer was instructed to - prepare
pluns, The proceedings on th part of
rroperty owners were carefully planned,
t was all decided before hand just what
the improvement - should be and the
whole body resolved to- adopt tbe kind
of pavement the majority should vote
for. The same was done regarding the
remonatrance. so there should be no de
lay, once the Improvement was decided
The pavement voted for by -th ma
jority waa bitumlnoua macadanf, and
the city engineer was authorized to pre
pare the plans for this kind of Im
provement. Th plans were not filed
until Aprlf 3, 107. It took the engineer
from August 1, 10, or eight months
to get the plans ready. On May 1, the
bond for the waiver was filed and prep
arations made to publish notice of the
improvement, wnen an me. necessary
red tape had been completed necessary
to 'publish tbe notice of the improve
ment It waa found there had been an
error In the notice., It all had to be re
peated. . - v-
:- ma mimm as -.-.- .
On July 6 tbe Improvement was fin
ally referred to the committee on streets
of the executive board but no action has
yet been taken. A meeting or the boara
will take place this afternoon, when the
nronerty owner expect to puati th pro
Some of the property owner believe,
that some corporation la hindering the
Improvement and are determined to una
the trouble. The company which lays
the bituminous macadam naa ceased to
urge that Improvement and naa sub
stituted a-nlialt. The Portland Rail
ways will also be required to lay heavy
rails - on the atreet for . a eotalderable
Hawthorne avenue is on or tn pret
tiest thoroughfare In the city. The
Ladd tract with It asphalt streets are
located on the avenue and must depend
on It for an outlet to the city. Th
new Madison street bridge wiu lead
directly to the avenue and will make It
a oonular drive. Kor all these reasons
those who own property along the street
were anxious to see the Improvement
froceed faster and are accordingly keen
o find the cause of the long unlays.
- WILL GET PROTECTION
Bid will be opened for tbe eoastrao
tlon of the Portland' Heights fire engine
houae on the corner of Twentieth and
Spring streets on August 18, and by th
middle of the following month It Is
hoped that work' can be started en the
building. The Are department - will
make every . effort to move into the
building this wlntea.
Over on the ,east aid two now fir
houae are nearlng completion. These
are at Qrand and Union avenue and In
th Highland district. Engine companies
No. 11 and 14, respectlvelyi will be
stationed in these houses. Battalion
Chief Holden la now working on the
Rlana for the house for Engine company
lo. 3, whioh will be located on Third
and Ollsan streets. Another new truck
company la in process of organisation
to be known aa Truck company No. i.
It home will be on Russell street and
When all of these companies have
their full quota of firemen and are
ushered Into the department It will
consist of IS engine companlee, five
noae companies and five truck com-
fianlea. The department will then be. It
a fully believed, adequately equipped
to combat any nres tnat mignt ariae.
. Preferred Stock Oanme oeda.
Allen 4k Iewls tJest Brand.
30 Per Cent Discount
Benjamin's ; ::'.v
V-: $40.00 SUITS ..... . . , .'. ... ........ .$28.00 .
-' $33.00 SUITS ; w. ..... .V.. ...V..:.. ,.?24.50
, $30,00 SUITS ............... .$21.00 '
$25,00 SUITS ........................ .$1T.50
. "I J20.00 SUITS ....'.......'........ $14.00
) $i8.op suits';v.'.;...v.'.v..:..-,.:....;.V.,..;912.co
20 Per Cent Off Blues and Blacks
' .y : , '' i . . .- ' , . -' ( -. - v .
' $15.00 Panamas ..;....h.V...;;..l.......$T.5o
$12.00 PANAMAS ............................96.00
$10.00 PANAMAS ....;...;.................,;$5.00
$7.50 PANAMAS'.';'.;; .. .i'i;.;. .. . ....?3.75- -
: $5.00 PANAMAS '. .?2.50
.V All Straws One-Half: Price
Tbe Gentility Shop
311 Morrison St, Postofncc:
i Added Attraction
JUMPED FROM TRAIN
While temporarily aeraaged, 3. T.
6cott, a brother-in-law to Admiral
Charles . Swinburne. Jumped from a
Northern Paclfie train that waa running
at the rate ot to muea an nour. escap
ing with only a few slight Injuries.
Scott leaped from the train near Houl-
ton, Oregon, and was Drought to Port
land where he was placed In the Crystal
Mr. Scott was coming , to Portland
from his home In Michigan and was to
meet Ms sister here. Mrs. Swinburne
had already arrived In th city and
spent last night with her brother." Ad
miral Swlnburn J expected in Port
land today. -.
. Tnroorvow and Saturday, last day to
receive discount on west side gas bills.
BADLY INJURED BY
While visiting one of her neighbor
Inst Tuesdsy morning, Mrs. J. F, Booths
fall down the steps leading to the base
ment The fall wil about II feet and
Mra Boothe fell on her enouiaer. That
the basement was floorless I th only
reason Mrs. Booth was not fatally In
jured. - As It was, the back of her
head and her shoulders were severely
hrulaed from contact with loose dirt
The extent, of her Injuries cannot be
ascertained as she may be hurt Inter
nally. Dr. Victoria I Hampton at
tended her Injuries.
- J.- P. Boothe, husband of the victim, 1
a prominent lawyer and .ez-councllman
from the fifth ward. .
1 Seven-Jewel Elgin -watch,-l miw 29
year case, M.76. Monger's. 142 Wash.
LOGGERS WILL MEET
TO DETERMINE COURSE
At a meeting of logger. to be held
Saturday afternoon . at , th Portland
Chamber of Commerce auditorium th
question of resuming work at th camp
and a revlalon of the ware scale will be
considered. It Is said the decision will
probably be la-favor of starting work
farmer, s 8
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r iPw Field P
T rnnntntmrnn yVV. i. . mmm . a
"f srnr mmtm rtn l x"7 . flv
J xmrmtaana J lULZTZ HI . I V
S w- Uav p
VJ. ' "rvH ' ytnmm I hj
mrexiii I I v.IX CT Mae ml k . rt
V . HKMOOk rSi Y lJ iMIin V
BencfM of fnni for
T fS 75V Side and DlsiWed
-s. IA :iY, , V 7lS I . Big Program of Special
50 Prizes 50
Big Program of Sr
Event All Day and
Baby Show, 1 prises;
Athletic Contests; Cake f v
walk: Watermelon - Eating i
Contest; Race. J,
Sunnysld. lit. Tabor and
Ankeny street passenger g
for Oak can now transfer fX.
DIRECT to Oak car at A I
Pint and Morrison street, f t
Com With the Crwd and See the Pun' J
19 mjjiutji OAs smrzeni now xo a. be. to moiaoKT. ?f
v v , r , ' - s w
-y r - -t.
August U. t,orirtn ba been generally
abandoned In Columbia river territory
since July 1 for the purpose of de
creasing the supply f logs. Th policy
of the timber companlee Is to keen the
supply down and the price up. I"
that were sold In this market two
year agottt 17 per 1.000 have lnc that
time been a" hUh a 114.
Recently the rrice eased off to 1
and 111. An effort I to be made by
price. Lumber manufacturer 'allege
T . i -.e lumh.. "In the
mil ine .u.nv ..... -
tune of $5 per 1,000 in the laat two
year haa been due to the higher price
paia lor i
. Tomorrow and Saturday, last days to
receive discount ea .west aid f aa bills.
CALIFORNIA PIONEER '
: CALLED TO FINAL REST
Mra Caroline Allsky, a plonser of
California and wife ot Edward Allsky,
died yesteMsy afternoon after an 111
nesa of a few months. She was born
In Vienna. Austria, In 1(21. Iereased
cameto Oregon In 1S7I from California,
where she had lived in the mining
ramps since 1861. She is survived by
her husband and th following children:
Charles Allsky, In the United Btatea
customs service; Mrs. Josle Arlington,
Mra Dorothea Iialley. Mrs. Minnie
Klumpn and Mrs. Albert Ina Snow.
Kuneral will be held from the home of
Prank Snow, 4S4 Rest Eleventh ptreet
north, tomorrow at J p. n.
(PHONB MAIN )
Tosigfct and ail week. Katlnea
The great sensational graft play.
Bvenlng lc, 16c, l.c Hargain Mat
I nee Wednesday, all aeatS 2&C.
- Phone Main 4K.
This Week the Allen Stock Company
"me, m wiiTum
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday. Satur
day and Bunday. Prices, 10o, lOo. Ev
ery evening at 1:11. Prices, lOo, tOo
and lOo. Reserved seat by phone. Main
4480. ' CVlce open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
A speolal Hummer mlrth-provoker.
- "A UOnUB'l XOaTZTMOOV." "
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays, Satur
day and Sunday at 1:10, price 10 and
too; every evening at :1&. prices lo.
too and too. Secure seats for ail per
formance by phone.
or Avavn . imt.
TaadevtUe X.ax. - , . '
satzd v. rsmxriis, asny a. jvajp
TIM m CO.
VOSXXF." '. '
tneM ob Tnlaff t T:4i and 1:10.
. Oorae Tangos and Twetyfoarth.
, August 8, 7, 8, 8, 10, 11 v
: . VS. PORTLAND
Game called at t:l0 p. in. dally. ,
Games called at t:t0 p. m. Sunday. -;
XiASZBS' BAT TBUDAT.
. ADMISSION 25.
Seat lie , . .
k 3 Ja-
. TURK AND GOUQH STRUTS
san rRANCiscry ,
-0)ZeiAL SUMMER RAT KB "
Mew hetal. faas Jeffsrsea Sonara. Twa
blocks freca Van Wees Ave the s i usat sbsp
piacdistriet. Car lines tranaf-rrisg all eve
city, seasdesr. Every modern eeavanieee.
SM rooms sine la ores suite, 160 private betha.
Asaerieaa and European plana. Prkts
ata. Ossnibos mill all train.
. . STEWART BARKER CO. "
Sfc Hotel Stewart Opaa Sstrtsmbt 1st
rOmtXABTS TWO SAT! C31LT
MONDAY and TUESDAY
AUGUST 26 27
Show O rounds SOt eat llth.
....' in i am ie . )-.,
I i i T"l '
A Big 6-Fd Circ
375 Performers h 6 Arena 1
CAPITAL INVESTED $3,50300'
fS't 1C3 c::j ci
85Dc:t!3 LenslS n:::rc: J C:rs
Tltt CECILS M
cad .... e-.c--l
WortlajiA aave saw a altew like tkia
before. larg that It tents eover
tare una more
PltfffMftt H Ml
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd Street and Broadway
Sunny rooms, private baths, long-dl
tanoe telephones, compressed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carta with
euTsln and oervto unsurpassed. Tor
ratee, etc address
N. . MULLAX. Manacer.
fortnerly Assistant Vlanagsr : Palao
Hotel. Ban Francisco.
xnia Street, Bel PoweU aad . Xaaoa,
Strictly ywee-oiaaa, Aoeorateir n
proox. mi otooatsi so wiu aswa. -
. ODOaTaTmxi. Mga.
H O TB L AUDUBON
av nAvcasocv-zTTMnAV run out.
lagls reosM ar ea nit. Blevator, steaa
koat, slretrle llskts as4 all M4era sas.isi
ma Strictly fint-ela--, Osevoeiaat to shae-
slaf ssslara. os eireet use rroaj mry saa
Thtrd aa4 Tswssssd eepot. Bat-e 1 as.
m BUS St., soar via noos arsasa.
a . tiAKTia. Ms.
.... ' -..:.,-
. SEASPg. OREGON
' Spend your vacation at Beaetd and at
delightful Lockaley Hall. More attrac
tive than ever before. Accommodations
of th highest order. One hundred ele
gant outside rooms; private baths; alee
trle lights; : ot and cold water.
Annex overlooking the Paolflo and de
lightfully altuated cottages. -
Omlsla TJararpassed. Be Tooda m
OLATfOV BXAOS, MAaTDS. OUOOV.
. Xh ClUt Bess ef Ongw. .
tHreetly ea tbe beach, everlooklnf tfct
seeaa. Hot salt satbe aad serf batatas.
Becroetloa tsr for tlrtlng. parlor-,
Slaetrw ll-Bta. fireplace aad fvsace beat,
rtae walks aad erlna. tea foods a spedslty
Kates, 2.50 and 53.00 per day
irCClAl. BATM BY TBB WKXX.
SAM It MOOBB. rrep.
riaeteenta Tear Opeaa Bepterabev 10.
Fits boy and girl for eastern and
utim eollerea - Over two - hundred
frraduat admlttsd to college. An ath
etlo field and thoroughly equipped gym
nasium. Includee an elementary school.
which receives pupils at six and fits for
the Academy, giving especial attention
to reading, spelling and penmannhtp.
Thoroughly eomneteot teachers in both
department Office hours during Aug
ust from a. tn. to 11 m. Catalogue
sent on tppllcatlon.
groan taaa any atlMC
e irons u tke world, v . . .
a, sTBW, mi RTUIT A-
B&Sl MOIDAT MOaVBTJIO, AUO. S.
One Boo Ticket Admits to averythiaf,
OaUdiea XJader la Tear BUU Mo.
Admission ticket and numbered, re
served seats will be on sale during the
engagement at the Graves m Oo. atnslo
tore, tit Wasblngton street, at exactly
tbe same price charged in the regular
ticket wagons on the show grounds.
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