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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL,. I CICTLAI.D. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1C:7.
735 TXT T-T-OT7 XT 7. R A T7 K u-
Otter Places to Seek Relief Wtcn tKe Weatter Is Warm; . Fancy Stunts c Daring Swimmers . and Roguisn Pranks Youthful leathers : Lome on in.
Pullic Baths and
the Waters Fine
.. . if
: COME W THB"WAT.B
THIS is the season for the i
popularity of the water, and
every afternoon and even
ing find the bathh houses and
swimming tanls up the river fre
. quented with crowds of men and ,
women, boys and girls, who" do
not wait long to gaze admiringly ;
on, the cool, rippling surface beneath..-
In what time it takes to
don swimming clothes they are;
splashing around , in the water ;
with cries of delight."" ..'-Vj.-: -,
The Portland public baths are T
. the nearest of the various swim
. ming tanks' and the most easily
accessible. Certain hours every
- morning and afternoon are given
to the; boys who may refresh
themselves in the cooling waters
of the Willamette without money
and without price.. Other speci
fied hours. are, given free to men,
""woraea.cand girls' and certain ,
evenings and, afternoons with a
small, price to men and women
' who wish to be "far from the:
meninf crwd." .,w. f; . Httle startled cries of delicious heat of the day so quickly fades
The Oaks swimming tank and fear SOund through the air as into the coolness of evening. And
Captain feundy's place are scarce-' young people smile roguishly at gathered about the fire to dry are
ly less popular though there are one another and kick up the wa- myriads of little boys who plunge
no ."free for all" days. Various ter Plly into , the faces of into the cold water and out again
. '. . . people whom they have never in a minute and run to the fire to
swimming feats of note have been 8ecn- before and will ncver 8ee dry and warm up for another
watched there and : high dives, againfc whom they have met plunge. These spots, made sacred
shoots, somersaults ' and farfcy once on common ground.'. to this use by several summers'
tricks in the water are enjoyed. Any one rowing up the river in habitation, are dearer " to the
; ' "Qome.on in; the water's fine," the cool of the evening may see hearts. of the boys than are even
- is the by-word of every one in- cozy bonfires studdine the shore the swimming; tanks.". Occasion-
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TRANSFORMS CRYSTAL PAL-
ACE To Introduce American Features
riPrntn a. Staff rVwwannndant.l controlled Ita drsttnr and Wit. at th
ONDON. PaademoDium reln in : tiro Starr aettled near It a "whlta ele-
tha Crrilil iuIim. That tiuat' pnani" on ineir-Danaa. ii was ia m
u cryvtM paiaea. TMimw natural order of avenU then that ther
lln American ctrcueman, George ,hould turn to tha :reat American
f Atarf whfl haa talran Avar tha ihoaman arhAa vanutatlon ae an or
management tof-England'. W- nj!L JL.d-1m f-wt "STil
. x . . enterprises was world wuie. Mr. otarr
feat and moat famous amusement InatW hesitated, unwllllna for a time to flva
tutlon. ts turning things upatd down, to up his prospect of a good rest, but final
tha dlaraar W sUld British assocl- y ia h PedlnM of tha dlrect-
aua. , Thy shaka their head, and won-, " ot th .Po-.., T . s ;
der wbara tha dividends ar eomlnf Ia 'HI Biggest Tk. " ; ' . v
from, but Mr. Start InalaU on havln, ?I.llB-taadl-;fMU1 hig ta
bis own way, and rets It. Ha Is pulling . ... i .. r
out flxturea which have been Ib place Ufa" h told vs. Tor lnatanca. X
have ' transported tha big Barnum
Bailer show across th 'Atlantic and all
om Europe.' f bare done th gam
thing for tha' big . Buffalo Bill Wild
- thb rxui, or jai crow.
(Copyright, 107. by Joseph B. Bowles.)
OU was talUn' about that tarn
crow o' your son Horisses tb
alnc Queen Victoria ooened th build
ing. ' li is cleaning away th dirt and
duat of many months, and h baa flatted
f rom forgotten rooms, statuary, and
coDles worth thousands Of dollars. H
has removed Immense awnings from th -. West show. Each on of the task
interior of th building, which com- meant at least two years of preparatory
lately oh scared a view or tn wonqer- work and Involved an extraordinary
ul ached roof of glass, 'snd h has amount of labor which ana could, not
added a collection ol wild animals j.ya to assistants. But compared with
Which cost a mint of money. the Job I have tackled at th Crystal
And yt when I saw Mr Starr yeater- palac those task war small. When
day he told m he had hardly begun, on looks at thle enormous structure
o "Just cleaning up a bit.' he said. "It covering mora than a docen acres and
don't cost anything to b clean," these grounds of mora than 100 acres
on cannot help being scared. I told
th man behind th institution whan I
took bold that 1 would do nothing to .
to Englishmen, and this," wo,u,a ? many coangea ana innw
" . not because th former may nav jour-- tio tina ti sal n vnt. i Mr. mir
"tT T T. f ' XT a ' thin nor vallysbl In llf to a man wasthe dickens to pay. Kvery bellboy ceyed to the shores and havs seen would not dlvulg just what change ha
t ,Kl J A p K miTI1.Sftf.l flT a latlirC hn th good opinion o his neighbors, and chambermaid In th house was un- ., w v ,.. M.fa. contemplated in the way of new attrao-
" av-aawwww " if all rla-ht ta hava a national rennv- der auaDiclon. but thav nnnMn't faatan " M" ........... . kawmj aii.. ikn n,i n ihin
tatlon, but if ye haven t got a local one none o' th' robberies on nobody. De- mons ana xui xne pumio print on many WOuld b brought from - th United
to back It ud there's llkelv to - be tectlves was sent for an' a half a dnun -n hmiliins nnrklneham eel- Hi at- and Vnrnna . .
trouble. But com in' back to Jim, he o' 'em come from Boston disguised as ace. th Bank of - England. London "Tb possibilities of th Crystal Pal-'
waa a arraaft Mimfnrt ta na that wtntar. bnardara aattln' Iran, fnp .... w ihu-u t ..a ...1 xaaiMoA am fAn. . w . i m nM Hniimtti v.
ymmw uim. iw iMuwi wiu au r-" ul. in aiiu ii" uhh ij uji awoi" . '"r pwiva iryin io structurca, to go no luriner. ac muai, Btarr. ae no anowea me over uie ouiia-
mshL aort a' mumblin' it nvar ta Vila- noems an' aky-aoraDln soeechea on the the vlllaae a' nlahta. an' art on th find out who It waa that waa wn.VIn1 anna. anmaarhat In tha na- i. mnA vrmmia "in ha kniijiii
won uown ia ia wwanDfla, out it aiani iu, hiwvui - - iiuuun iwm iu ironi am Diminuni uw n.uuumry gamo ax ins noiei. uuc ture or a nationaj aaiamity to tne oral- ttaetr upwaroa ox iso,vuu people nave
..w. a vi . . .. d ok ... . . niuvgi olvv hiiv. iouk noin iriHi wuuio no n li L ii i ii a
on and smiles longingly but fear- comfortable, too, at this hour of converse with-, an ambitious popular trial of strength and en- back again is wprthy of the name ' tirmo.Bt V. w.Tknawnto KSSnd. c,At'tVe'eXti ?nhatb tims
IS doing the fiver durance, and he Who can SWim Of Swimmer. , , ' ( : '- Amricans s to Englishmen, and this, would suggest many changes and in
VilC ailVl C IIIG OTT JiMAtlJi fcIVI. WI.JIU- , ' w-w iw-.-w - w ,
side and every one outside looks at" long intervals. - They look ally the boater may pass and hold from bank to bank. For this is a the river in its widest spot and wa-
on and smiles longingly but fear- comfortable, too, at this hour of converse wit
ingly. And gleeful shouts and the night in this land where the swimmer. who
THE FALL OF
Faker ty Jokn KenJrick Bans B ird Tnat Ate Newspapers
never occur to none ot us that he'd be- on the boy.
tray the sacred confidence of that circle
by repeatln what be d heard there." . At the Newspaper,
xv uiraxni na wu k genKiemaxi.
other, day. Captain.' said 61 iUnt Caor ,a tn Poatmaster. - T do know where he's go
Wth.r.. .7. '1 d, ' '"ore he was." returned the say Hortss. "What 1 do say.
WOtnerspoon as the Nature Cantaln. "But ye never can tall In ' - .. av.
-1 aor know wnere nrs got . era.- chuck fun o' songs, an1
an' I z ' sorts, an' now an
one gol-derned word o' the hull shoot
jrug siore an- listen to tne pmnygrapn 11 -rajn x any use. xne Durglarles eon nary Englishman to know that an Amer- gathered on an Raster Mond
MOM keo to attract customers to bis tinued Jest th sama and. I a-nrrv. even ia .irouatnan now rulaa over tha laa- h. narir-thara ta a nrlclrat
soar water fountain, it aiooa in ma xn ueieciivea was roobad. MomtbMT -
tnlilrlla A' un'a frnnr Alvi,. an" waa waMtail nfr
with one o' their safety
ay. Out in
tlnles of the last. can and ha accommodated more than
ueorg . otarr is a memoer 01 tne go uov spectatora or a cricaet main. Ad-
opery music rasors an a loaded revolver. It begun '-OM uard'"of Tanke ahowmen and ioinlna it is an athleti field of eaual
then it would to be a pretty serious matter for tha - n.rtn.. and mittmnonnr of T T anaotfv. and tha number of nannla whn
holler out a good line & nigger mln- Inglenook. because people not only said Ftarnum and Jamea A. Bailey.. can" arjend an evening in the grounds
'i a" "n i " u aw duiiiu, wuu.uu iiar n me ronoenea sod , iror some years oaax tne greax xjrrstai iiatenina xo in several ( nana ana
ill nut: ii in Tr wua ma uvnix wii, vu un w 1 11 avincxives wa a
xnere on in nucnin- poet wun nis neaa on, uux on v me aetectlves was a Palsce had been drifting Into a state watching the fireworks la limited onlyat
, ' LtT...,.'?" " " 7 " as mother wa cuttln the punkln pie, vt match.' Well, sir. I had to b'liev , cocked to one side takln' it all in jest reporter on a newspaper, an' he used bordering upon neglect and oblivion by the number of those who have VJT
r??1' Cm 2fh,mT: ' . W him. Horis. ts like m. In a good many " iWM,ttSL . JJtS"& t ZS&StE"!?!" xiuJL!; !la??? t.u..,.h'uL1. to pay. '
Captain, with a mournful shake of hU rovmg college kid from Boaton. Jim 7!?TJ' ..Mtialrtiia J.. i - PlutfIr,)r UM , ne.f . rua,vhi!' win" !.ViP??',SrTZJllU tJ?t th' hot'1 arMt ' domed rcof covering an area vestment of about fJ.000 OOO.'and It la
h7at In. 3 "P" in through the winder, an' perchia l?,,.,LL.MiI..V Llk" h- S! ?Pplm2d,"V J11 wh. w"-l".ln ? -J? "'"I',, "y it all Sf i "acres, situated In- magnificent worth much more than that. I believe
. ... 7 v sarvai s UUVSIIUU V hlMalf Asa .r Jaf tttSk Ka-MVlt Sash War a. 1-ak. aa-awv- w .sa ..w .--a - - I1SS 111 OvJ K7 t,-VTU VII Ml U1U -ws- wu. . UMlia IVlIOr IfOm aTflll- TiSri Of RlOrt) inU slUU BCriW. rOlTlinfina Iliftt It IB OI1IT nRCeiHIirT I IlKL II ffW TirDD-s
ho. rVi ...... SJ?.?lm-?PJ th our chlny In. en' begin, to yell -Bkai- 5l?,5MWr0n!?. .a Vl-'L I .UloW "Jl " ... 1:. v. SfiST. 0J?lvt. JJi! f Ing a view of no lea. than eight differ- erly and intelligently and nergtfcally
f " , 7 ; , 7 ii,u, m way. ekagway. Bkagway. Even that rl : " - r , - . . v ' " n "... llr . . ....... v;.; i.n uSam away ant nuouai ui amiiua, iv dm proveq managea 10 oe a uccs. ax any rate a
ohSr-bor-hx. SSbTwS -V"4 Could Duplicate Records ' " X ISlM io MeoSt V - . " " ; ! ! " " C
1THaBalhlM'. aAM a. - a laa aaat lle-eiaa Lailiu WWVa VUUIw Dn. fllMI M 1. I -wa, C V .: J -w - .
V V ik 1
1 af ar - -1
attention xo niaaeii. ne leaned forward f... r ..na ... ... .
Biuna .in .na kiiphim' I u.'i. .. . . . . . .... vm wi.a " " . . u . j - . ..ww
rhWtfrsS c-uVh-tinrp th; g.'g... ssaai"-. Jerk tB rrr
vaa,ai. xravnui awpr as ouatvii lie w (llf - WSJLMJ W UM(IU U UBIV, A AW WUMJ
Street. 'MTiut? .iB-ti: the un o- tho. too but when it Loot Found Stowed j Away. r : . -
ngnx out o xne miacue o- tne eaitonai - . . "Trell, of course, that set th detse-
SSfJr ouit'iT m Cda..t on''hui! tUrln, n th- ?' arum- ,or Uves tbinkin- an they com around to
PST no? "vln VJcep?.n' ttt M mad'i f, ' f f unV .55 ' hU" t0 ,n'- '
"All crows has." said the Cantain. "The Little Knot o' Blue.' an' The Oal ther was all , th loot ' that ' they'd
They can dlgeet moat anything that " Behind Me, ?'d missed, an"" lot mor besldea Ther
ain't mad o' glass or eteei: Well. sir. canary, words and musla An I-tell ye. mmMm w,.. ,v. .r
thlnkln' about the possible con-, sennemen. wnen xne wimw wra. an - J7
n (Qa two thtnga. an after waa bhwwcu My rv w jiaia w ivavv snavin rnuara,. one nwiicn o pnum au-
eat the editorial page I went out the houae by th skylight on th roof burn hair which no lady had complained
got th data o' that newarjaoer our "a up to the level, it was - o losln', an' that's not elaimed yit: a.
the pages he left behind him. an' mighty pieaaant to. sit in rront or a bundle O" love, letter done up m oiue-
another copy of it, an' sure f0"" nr them oia nignts an- listen ribbon, ' the - hanglee, tne ' detective's
- anninrh two nm va l.t.. j m .AmM , An, xo inn 111,1, cm, niiiuiiiiii uiv vuuitr HieiT rawr, xwo ii"miii iw v miiw
' . DOU- 5rte "'. at sounded llk. th editorial, an' J-tnj,wf . t"f' S" 't'h 1: S ".1 .n'aT X2. Th ."nV
Of Information. V Mori,; irS"rlA" fS a crowto f.rn't go".t"it -,?lghV oTourat 1.'' V1!1 f. il.L
. ff thingpti am . tnm -ntl unrlnsr Dili kiv qui PArryKraDna xrom dirrr t-w .wmuum-js, - nvi.s mw uwnem v t-iie j j
k compendium o e.n.ral In. f.--" . -i2?..0". r. -Til .? .it olirmna ih. tlreaome when he'd only do one thing, they knowed I hadn't no use for a
" said the Captain. "What- ' occasional blast on the need & the his mind, endln' up with sundry flatter- ' ,TrJj".!,rf.. I.".": fw',?h '. re1 undaI; 2in:
d hear anybody , ay. country, or the shortcomln'. of th ad- , in' LaBaUr"--?Lua!- h n,' rV"Sn- Thin; an" .TaVtln" hlm" f n" a-V, d J.m'th.v nro
.v. . . . - . . minisirsiion; en now an men ix waa 17.-1. ..u. i umi wrv. hiu. :".t.' : '. "u .k.i " r :" ' i" Vi n .. ..!-. .
aant to set out on the lawn tiaea in tn upper right hand corner. anwiar, . wi.o., ...k,. wa im 10 n "
The Bov Stood on th Burnin' Ieck.'
mi a tail y
aa 11 we could stand not bavin' him
around, but of course, like all other T ...;( 1- t-.
troubles, it wore off after awhile, an' . rnea KeCitt Foemg.
nothln' more 'n a pleasant "0r cried . BL V
"HeeaHy could talk, oould he" asked "Votbr doppd th' punkln pi on
the Postmaster. th' floor, I mad a grab for Jim, an'
nw"TiVkr- "Jj1" th Captain, Misa goaf way ros up an" swp front
-"Well, I gueaa If you was a settln1 ,u. nwl .. n,.h .k. Jr.. th.
in the room net to wher he was you th' llk though sb was th
a' thought a church Sociable was goln' empress o' Rooala. an' she never come
en in there. He was a town meetlnr for back." continued the tbe Captain. "After
version all im TTnf "SL. ,orcon- that I put fly screens In all the win- I g(
folks ITid asnw h? w..nS; .B.m rs to keep 'Jim out o' tbr house dur- nect
bbvl? on. 7rJ?Z V ' .1". tn" the summer season. He'd proved he'd
frP.'.0 ?n Harvard perfeaaer that that ha wasn't lit f overhear th' nrl- an'
uo-raea up t our house one season said v.ta .. nonvar.atlon o' tha ladlea an' from
. 1 iv. TrL-al. ? ln! J0ld. have to gentlemen . that boarded : with us, bought
. - . . . aruiinHT WfnU . T .... ... A . .-. ...
. . "What
"- 7--wnicn some- rather plea
times got kind of ambarrlsaln', aeeln' an listen to Jim perchedfon a tree goln' . - 'a , .
nw ye say xninge now an then ye na wirruinui , miunriiii;, v awusu uviu ( uuuvKisyu. t , . . he'd si'
fa' !Ik'J r,ml,nde'1 ot "Ur. W JhS w If"? fair an' I ain't say I n! Th Captain paused for a moment to that u'd afw.ys "P" ftul(, mjnt
bad sU boarders an' ten mealers that J didn't like It, bec.ua I sort of'do light his pipe.' . , : ' ' fhou Hn 1 .Ink t hat you wild head.
... ... . - . .. think tha raiiarav. h.a in mnxh tn a.v ' .. .'.. . : . ever nave parxen wun so laiented a II
'V' ""r an xne V,., J. i . Ii- u. ii.., can prove 11, too, ne went on, "it bird aa that," I ventured to put in.
...... .1 . ,1 in , , , w,....,, "" . 1 , "Mn va wouldn't." a a-had tha .an.
1 tnougnt or all the chores tney a - w .w. , VI.UiTO - ima acHiaar ii
o be done about the farm It seemed clrcrlated among th children in th lln-.w.H' vm?..!!V,T.''L:. JJm
m that lfnrl.a m.l.t h. ...tin' . . . " . " """' trwwa. j,
hull lot V volly ble tlm teachln' that '"Si " .v"'"a ""V" Z"Z. .f"l.-" A"a.i ,w", J-2
crow lona.windad anrrrhaa like eenaxe anuuiu wain 10 invesiigaie me .. - ... ......
.iiiw iuna-winnu exrrrcnrs nan ....... . aoonnd tlrnmar that thlna. bum tn
l can show 'em tne wron . . -
ketched Jim eatln' K wron- . ' .
Vh: Tw-Vner" Jewelry . Di.appe.red. " : 1
acUy remember the ... iot tnoirr. an SDoona an all.
renpytatlon ver-backed hair brushes an' other things
disappeared up to tne ingienooK. on
lady lost a couple o' gold banglos; an-
used to nut him out in the woodahed arraa'rv tn th' crime."
and let him entertain hl.aelf, but mo.t . The atory was over, but as the cap-'
always he'd give us some variety, an' tain rone to depart he paused a mo
wltn a regretful snaae or nis
year, an arter dinner was over an' the l",n" '
mealers had gone back home the board
era would n.terly make remarks about kWn"i
m. tine maler p'tlc'lariy was one o wa
ihorn rM m.lda on the shady side e''L.m?
T J 1 v that liked to dreaa Jcat a leetle ' Vhl J
T ,.r h,rw r Nh a... v. i . -
ve heem since
great trouble with
voung i-r nraru. ene waa a Mia. :
k..v from Klmlry. New York, an' L.iJ" ? .i u. h.lmL 11 yoi' ?, p.na ,n,Ln lnV """Tf 1
. ,t to rl U-reelf out an' h-h..- t"if..e tlmetornln' the woodpile into curhatone where I
, .... ..' 'fin gl.K-lera from th hieh ?L . a,M" the weeds out o' the newspaper, an wh
. ... I.. -Wi "m. .i "'"1 1h truck garden that ve do turnin' that tell them the name o
, . . i, 1:0 hova was neat dor a-' ". sleadln' populist stump thoiih I don't M
.. .I...,"::- "iT"" raa oesin to. earn tn. titcalr. date.
,J ; - : iMeV. mad." .h.""rO! "L,d?un"- f ?. ?tween "I guee. your gen'ral .
. . , ,. ,, ,1 . !,.. u,...i,. ", I T.' "na. is a lad o' considerable around nere as a man tr veeraaaity,
, , w?,inn ( nfr?rthi ."."l'."1 k wh"1 1 that he got s. would he all they'd need," eald the
km ! i..r "",.,","V',1. ,,h5 m" "" ' n't teached him.' Toatmasier dryly. .
. v.r. en i., . mrtunately JIti' says he. in' you aln t ot no bu.m. -i m iad ye think Vo, Joe." said the
i t ., . miiuii, a it seemed to to say I Lev 1 y jueaa te UU tue Caplaln, "1 doa't know' Jiiey s Any
that that's th
crows." . h said.
Thev will steal." ' .
"That's so," said th postmaster,
"But they don't He," he adiled.
"No." aald the captain, "they don't .
lie, an', I gorry, that's what I respect
em fori" , 1
I ' I I I I I . :
The Machinists' I'nlon of Plttaburg
la devoting considerable time to the bet
terment of conditions in that city.
Recently it appointed - a committee
of Ita membera to see ' If meas
ures cnuld not be taken to bring about
an Improvement In the car service. It
other said she'd been robbed of a coral iii ut- labor oraanlxatloua . In the
ueckiac and ft diamond ring; an' there ' movement, v . .
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VnO U AHE RlCAWXiNd
TJIc CRYSTAL PALA.CP
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