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THE JOCK.NAL AT RESORTS
Vv"ubecr1ber un have The Journal e-Pf-d
at the reaular retaa at tha fol.
lowi resort bv notifying th agent
. at th varloua plac.se mentioned. Bub-
onpuon r BiaU ere payable la ad'
oearhart Part. ,,,...,.. .P. . Itnok
i ae Hot Lake Banltarlura
. Wilholt spring F. VV. Mcia
flrua D l
hoyi tk Son and if lnmlBDrinn7lVtel
Cascade Bprlnsa... Thomae Moffett
: Collin Bprln...,,. C. T. lialoher
Ilwaco ..Loula Cohan
Long Beach..,.., ......
Maxehall Fottenger and 0. A. Bmtth
Nahootta H. J. Brow a
uoean Park ...Matthew Thedfora
geavlew ....'. Frank H. StrauhaJ
Th Breaker Th Breakera Hotal
Marquam Qrasd ....."Th Undertow."
Lyric , -Jim. th Westerner."
Utar "A Bachelor" Honeymoon."
Th Oak, O. W. P. oarUn. Irtrat and
' ; AJTERNOOIf AMUHKMENTi. '
Athletlo park, baseball, doubleheadefy
uaaiana vs. rwumui m p.
City Park, concert, t (
1:10 p. m.
cudano property la "burnt sought
frur by nswcomers, and we bar a nam
per of Inquiries for rood. wU-built rest-
aences 01 medium coat on in west ia,
and alao -In Irvlngton. Holladay, Haw
thorn avenu and East Madison addi
ction. Person having; deairable home
for aale with price reasonable will find
It to their advantair to llat aam with
ua, a w can promptly doe a number
of aalea. . Cuariea K. Henry. Ill Third
atreet, Portland Oregon. . A
' Orooer clerk I Will you plea rtat
, to your customers that Ooldan Grain
Oranulee haa thra point ta Ita favor,
via.: Wore la vry package, purer than
any other and it raulra out t minute
to boll. Respectfully your. John
Blaauw, advocat of Ooldan Grain Gran
ule, fur man woman ul tWtlnai -
- Water throusht , hoe for sprinkling
' yarda or aldewalk of- washing porch
or window muit b paid for la adrane
. and ud only between th hoar of I
and I a. m.. and and I p. m. It must
not b used for SDrlnkllnc street. If
ued contrary to the ruiea, or waate-
xuuy, it will Da anui
: xeuralona - tomorrow- ' ta
45 cent; to Boring, Xagl
Crek aad Estacada, TB oanta round trip.
Ticket must b purcnaaea on eaie ta
welting room attar T:l p. m. thla even.
vara leave v:io, ;o, ai:a a. m-
1:30. 1:40. :44. T:lt p.
Hotel Blataoada 10 eaata.
m. Dlnnr at
.. . Trolley axeurslone today to Qrham.
41 enta; ta Boring. Xagla Creak aad
. Eatacada, 76 casta round trip. Ticket
must be purohad on aale la waiting
. room after 7:1( p. m, thla avanlnc.
Car lvT:0, :0. a. m, l.li.
. 1:40, :44. T:l p. at. jb lunar aA Botel
.. .Eataoada,. SQ canta...
TrelUy rtdea to Oratwa City aad Oa
aamah Park, 4( canta round trip) tlok-
1 ata aood for retura trip on O. O. T. Co
'- boata. Car lav tfokt off lo - and
waiting room, II rat and Aider treat.
vary Is mlnut from 1:11 a. m. .
Mr. ilLD. Perklaa of tha' Pallmaaf Aato
Car company la ooatamplatlns a trip to
San Franclaoo on bulnea. Mr. iParklna
will thr orocuro aome saw . modern
machinery tor bl factory, aa wU a
, om aklilod axpart maohlnlata. . . ."
. ' ' Th Veteran Doubl Mala Quartet win
; lnr at Taylor Strt Matbadlat ahaxok
thla renin. : Th youn treat of thaa
, alnrer la 41, whlla Judg Bullock,
1 leader, la 11 year old.- Thy hav bn
singing ioguir iw yaara.- . ..
. Trolley ride to Oregon City and Ca-
namah park, 41 oanta round trip; ticket
good for return trio on Ot C. T. Co.
boat. Car . lava ticket offlc and
waiting; room. First and Alder atroeta
vry 14 mlnut xront a, as.
. Amumnt Council Croat park awry
vanlng. Tak a carrld to thla moat
beautiful apot. Muale, dancing, moving
picture, llluatrated, onga, tc Vooal
and inatrumantal muslo by th 'Ha
waiian mualclana. -
, Thla will remind yon that now la th
tlraa to bay your hair mattrea reno
vated and returned th earn day. Pben
Vain 474. The Portland Curled Hair
- Fartorv. It. alataa-er. nroorlatArJ
Tit. Mary Lano, now at th tn lntl
- tute, room I to 14. Grand Theatre
: building, dlaeaae of woman and chll
drn a pctaltr, Conanltatloa Xrea, Cor-
raaponaanco oiiciteo. ,
Steamer Jee Harktna, ' for ' Canaa,
Waahougal and way landlnga, dally aa
. cpt Sunday, Laavaa Waahlngton street
ooca at p. m. ; ;
Scientific Shoo Repairing Beat work.
Sewed aolea, men 7 to, woman (Oo.
Jacob Sohwlnd. 14T Stark, near Park.
Party1 wlahaa to mt maa who ad-
ycrtiaM ror capital oi a new oorn naa
rooa. Aaarea journal, ;,
ENDING OF STORY
FRAUD ALLEGED IT
LAliD TRACT SALE
v , .
Conspiracy . Case Eesults
. From Transaction at , -
Ann Sbannoa Monro.' ;
" A ahort fetory written by Mlaa ,4
' Anna Shannon Monro and pub- 4
Ilhd In th August laaua of
Sunaot, 1 rUng a great deal ,
of lntaraal through Ua unusual 4
ndlng. Oroupa of peopl all .
oror th city bar read th atory 4
and discussed th raaaon for th
ndlng,'' lorn participant wax- 4y
tag; ztrmlr warm . In their
praiao or denunciation of; tho i
' hroln'a action. It haa proved 4
, a eeoond Xady or tho Tlsar".
la th In tar eat created, few pao
plo agreeing aa to Just why th
, young woman acted aa aha did, .
and. what motlv prompted bar
-eoura. . . - ;
Tfi fact that tho soana of th ,
atory la Mount Hood, aad Ita au-
. thor, Mlaa Monro, la a Portland ;
raaldant. Increase looal In tare t,
though th gtory merit will
maka It read all over th country '
"With oqual avidity, : . .
SOLEMN HIGH MASS.
" WILL BE OBSEEVED
Tha feaat of St. Lawrence will bo
solemnly obaarvod at St Lwrno
church today. At 10:10 a, m. aolaroh
high maa will bo offered up by th
pastor, aaalated by Rr. H. Bolla and
Rv. Thomaa . Klernaa. Th panegyric
of th saint will b preached by th
Very Rev. X X Gallagher, prealdant of
elaborate program ox aacrea
mualo haa been carefully prepared, un
der tha dlrtlon of Mlaa Maitl Kally.
Th choir will ba comDoaed of Maaara.
Glanalll, fiauvaln, Monte;, Bannon, Par
cell. Underwood, Cain, iCaaper, Grimm,
Flaming, Kern, Malley. A. Lauraln, the
Mlaaea E. and I Harwaa, Barrett Baala,
Iahala, Smith, McGe and Twlae.
ioaay win axiora a xinai opportunity
to hear Mlsa Elisabeth Harwaa. th
Iopular goprano. Sho start on her lon
ourney for Milan azt Wednesday.
- inie xeaai m ine iwmy-tourui
annlveraary of th founding of fit Law
renoe par la a. ;
ranhftna atoek. Muat raja hmit
by Waneaay. WIU aeU 10 or 10
narea, p. o. pox 707. ity. j ,
. B. W. Moor, expert' photographer,
juk ouuauig. eevenin ana oiara ata.
- l V
Portland Shoe Repair company, 111
Paw purchaa carry tho high
degree of pleasure and the last
ing satisfaction that th - vary
finest Diamond and D1amond-t
Jewelry convey. A peculiar aentu
. ment and pride attaohea to th
absolutely perfect gem.
Our reputation aa wall aa your
(t at stake when w sell you a
Diamond. We know that It will
. th most satisfactory to .both
Of ua to U only flaw lea Blue--White
and Extra White Dla
monda. and therefore do not carry
flawed or Off-color Diamond in
our stock. Tha: buying ad
vantage resulting from ysare of
experience and in heavy reaerv
stock that we carry enable u
to serv you at price that are
a low a are commonly asked
for the ordinary trade of Dia
monds. - . -, ; " ' j . . '
I"! P-Aeawaaak V4atJl aMsV all t-t VfllUU af
: 286 Morrison 1 Street
WELL KNOWN AUTH0B
WILL LECTUBE HEBE
Dr. Jamea H. Byalop, anther of ttf
eral notable books and lecturer of na
tional prominence, will be la Portland
this week. He will lecture on "Science
and a future Life" and "Philosophy
and Democracy" on the evening of rrl
day aad Saturday, Aug-ust 11 'and IT, at
I o'clock In the Unitarian church at
Seventh and Tamhlll street.
- Th ua of tho church haa ' boon
granted for tha benefit of the people of
Portland by tha paator and truateea In
response to an urgent request.
Dr. Hyslop's lecture recently at
tracted a large audience In San Fran
cisco and will undoubtedly do eo In
fortiana. The lecture are free.
ur. yiop, who wa formerly pro
fessor of loglo and ethice in Columbia
unlveralty. la devoting hi whole time
to research. Hla present lecturing tour
la 1n the Interest of the American So
ciety xor raycnicai Keeeeroh. -
Conspiracy and fraud In the sale of
a large tract oa. land at Marehneia,
Oregon, are charged In a suit filed la
elroult court by the South Harbor De
velopment company agalnat E. D. Whit
ney, C. W. Tower. Isaac Tower, C W.
Coddjng, E. B, Robinson,' W. X, Latimer,
and he Bennett Trust company. It Is
charged that th defendant conspired
together to earn an unlawful secret
profit from th eal of land to the cor
poration in wnicn i7J'? "vm.
It la alleged that C. W. Tower, C W.
rvutriinir and K R. Robinson secured
from Btepheo Dapp an option on sdtne
land for 111iuw.- in noyiiiur. ,
la allKed, Tower came to Portland and
conspired with E. U. Whitney to form
f company ana sen xnm uw hmi w
he company for 120,100, and divide th
Part of th plan wa carried out, ac
cording to th complaint, and tha com
pany ask Judgment agalnat th defend
anta for about 14,500 in caah. Attor
ney Thomaa O'Dey appear for the com
pany. . i ' ; "
IS PRINCIPAL ISSUE
.'.-v.v-"- - ' .-'wV-.-
Eighteenth Annual Meetljig
of Trans-Mississippi Com
. f ' mercial Congress.
. Tha eighteenth annual meeting of the
trana-Mlalalppl commercial - congres
will ba held at Muskogee, Oklahoma,
beginning November 11 and ending No
vember 11. The governor of each "tete
I permitted to appoint from 10 to 10
delegatea, mayora of cltlea from 1 to
10 delegatea, commercial bodies from 1
to 10 delegatea and, oountlea 1 delegate
each..- - v ' - - - , ,
Among the Oregon man on the official
roster of tho congreaa are Theodore B.
Wilcox. John Barrett, Tom Rlchardeon
and Ptr Ixggle of North Bend. Mr.
Wilcox la a member of the congrea
ional committee, Mr. Barrett i vice
president for Oregon and Mr. Rlchard
aon and Mr. Loggt are members of th
xecutlv committee, i -
Special attention will be given by the
eongrea to the queatlon of removing
obatruotlona to river navigation, and of
cloaer commercial union with the Latin
republic. Space for exblWU at the
congreaa baa been reaerved by cities
and counties all over the country, and
especially by clUe la Oklahoma. ,
"Aa Seat Bide Bank for Seat
. Self-preservation la the Flrat
LAW OF NATURE
Every person hope to have a
comfortable home la old age.
Small amount of money deposit
ed in a SAVINGS BANK wlU pre
, vld auoh tk . : , : ,
Commercial Savings Bank
1 With It oonrvaUv bnalnea
method, will protect your inter
eat, and PAT you Interest at 4
per - cent, compounded seml-an-aually.-
11.00 wll open your ao
eount. y , ; '. . '.'
ntn AMD WTLT.IaMS ATB.
J. S. Blrrl..,...,......,Caahlar
NEW BOOKS FOB THE
Bond ".''tv Bid.
American Blscatt .
Oregon Water Power '
Omaha Ind. Telephone., . ....
Pacific Coast Biscuit ...
Portland General Elea. . ...... '
Portland Railway ..... .
Portland Home Tele.
. . it
. I IV
... M :
Snckane Home Tele.
Tacoma Home Tale. .
' Bank Stock
Bank of California . ... 11V4
Banker' Lumbermen' 110 ,
Merchant' National ... . ....
Oregon Truat A Saving .....
Portland Trust of Or.
trnlted State National. 100
German-American . .... , ....
Alaska Packers' Asm..,. 41
Associated Oil Co. ..... .....
Omaha Ind. Tel. (pfd.). .....
Paolflo Tel A TeL (pfd.) .....
Paclde Tel. a Tel. (com.) TVs
Portland Horn Tel. ... 40
Spokane Home Tel.
Tacoma Home TeL
Alaska p. Coal treaa "10a
Alaska, P. A C (pooled) o
British Col Ami. Coal..
Mammoth (Metalln) .. .....
Morning (Mataline) .......
Standard Consolidated . .....
Caacadla M. P. Co. .. .....
American TeleaTraphone. .....
United Wireless TeL Co. .....
oovMxsnosr oim ; ,
; SUM WAararOTOV
' ft e a
Tamhlll , atreet. between Third 1 and
Fourth atreeta. for good, quick and aub
stantlal work. Beat oak olea. Tie, Phon
racuia ' . ur Htopnen ' -
"The Three world" Lecture by SL
W. Brenneraen of Chicago, Illinois, Sun.
dar, August 11, at 1 p. m Grand Army
naii. corner eecona ana Morrison atreeta.
Deals tree; no collection. , ., .
"The Three Ways."
sen. Grand Army halL
11, under auplc of
aocUty. All invited.
XL W. Brenner-
7 B. m. Aua-uat
Acme Oil Co. sell safety coal oil and
una gaaouna. mono ifiaat lt; B-lOOr.
D. Cbambera, optician. Ill Seventh, '
Bergar algna 114 Tamhlll phone.
,, Bari Tonic for rheumatism. ' ;
.'iBeck Jeweler tot. Alder. '-
Per to can Main 114 or A-I14L
Delivery company. 111 Stark t
- Where to Dine. -;
Watson Restaurant win erv a Una
onicxen dinner tooay. oo oanta
' , - pianola Ubcarp Bzpaada.
la order to meet the ever Inoreaalng
expansion of the Pianola Library of
Muale. and to give additional apace to
thla department. Ellera Piano Houae haa
just added another room with accom
modation ror aeverai tnouaana mora
roll of thla oooular muale l.lhrarv
memoera win now nave me txnant or a
larger selection than ever before, and It
i in intention to carry in atock not
lea than twenty-flv thousand rolls
constantly, which 1 actually more than
carried by all other player piano dealers
In Washington. Oregon and Idaho com
bined. Tha Incomparable merit of such
a anlendld collection from which ta
choose, give pianola Library Member
an advantage not to be duplicated else-
wnere, ana racuttiea not orrered tv the
reDreaentatlvea . of any other maka of
player piano la tha northwest.
". , BoMaaom ft Oo.'a Xor.
It waa a mttaA on for man who have
learned that neat dressing la a requi-
u to cuatnes auccess. TheVv ben
moving new, high-grade, aeaaonable
men' furnlahlngs from their oountera
to home as ratldlv aa aalea could he
mad, but atlll there' a good aelectlon
In every line. ' Cross the atreet to lit
Waahlngton and examine these gooda,
all greatly reduced In price. .. ,
Pre Meat Three SCoathav
It will be that Ion a in some famlllea
from 1$ to 50 worth of government In
spected meat 10 splendid prises. He
detalla laewhre in thla paper, or aend
1-rnt atamn to department IJ. 8. In-
neoted meata. room 11 Hamilton bulla.
Ing. Portland, Oregon, for complete In
The foUowtng list of addlUoft to th
Lportland library hav been announced
by-the llbrarlaai -.W-.t. . ,
General Worka Calendar of th Cor
reapondaaee of , George Waahlngton
With the Continental Congreaa, prepared
by J. C. nupetrick. Naval Record of
th American Revolution. . - " J
Science Animal Behaviour, 1100.
Character of Crystals; an Introduction
to physloei cryetallography.
TJseful Arts Purification of Publle
Water Supplies, 1898. Handbook of
Metallurgy, xv., aa. a. motor vemcies
for Bualnasa Purpose. 1106, Breakfast.
Luncheon and Tea,, by Marlon Harlaad
ipseua;, !. . -j ,
Fine Art Treatls on Photography,
Ed. 1, 100L Complete Work of Rem
brandt; tr. from the German by Flor
ence Slmmonda, lv., 1897-104.. Boaton
Symphony Orcheatra, Programea, Oct.
1104-May, 1107. Th Great Vlolinlata
and PUnlsts. 1104. Sir John Everett
Mlllals, by A. L. Lalury. 1111.
Amusement Friday . Afternoon
Serle of Ulaloruea Suitable for Boy
and Girl In School Entartainmenta,
1S8I. Practical Golf. 1101.
Literature Farces: The Dictator, The
Galloper, Mlaa Civilisation. 1004: Fri
day Afternoon Speaker, 1881. - Minor
Poet of tha Caroline Period, lv, 1104.
Description and Travel Tibet, the
Mysterious, 1100. The Victoria Reglna
Atlaa, political, physical and astronom
ical, Ed. 1, 10. , Gubbio. Past and
Present, 1060. World'a Industrial and
Cotton Centennial Expoaltlon Commis
sion. Map of New Orleans, 1881.
History Cambridge Modern History,
lOv. Th Restoration. English Colonlea
In America, v-t; contenta: Vol. 4, The
Middle Colonic; vol. t, Th Colonies
Under th House of Hanover: HOT. Ca
nadian Annual Review of Publlo Af
faire. 1100. French Revolution, lo.
My Life a an Indian, 107. History
of Ancient Civilisation. 1101.
Biography Jane Auaten and Her
Tlmee. by E. G. Mttton. Robert Brown
Ing and Alfred Domett, ad. by F. G.
Kenvon. 1004. Georae Fox. by Thomaa
LHodgkln, ed. S, 1904. Petrarch, the
nrei Moaern ocnoisr ana Alan or Let
ters: a selection from hi correspond
ence with Boccaccio and other friends,
tr. from tha Latin by Hoblnaon A Rolfs.
1107. George Waahlngton, by Norman
Han good. 1901. -
Fiction The North Paelflo: a atory of
th Ru sac-Japanese war. Th Adven
turea of a Supercargo, Different Girls,
Howell A Alden. ed. . Th Heart of
Childhood, Howella A Alden. eda. In th
House of Her irn ends' life in a small
oollega town. L Nouveiie Atala:
legende , lndlenne: . par Chatha-lma
Uuai. ' ,
' Sid Ton See Thamf . , .
Irurpect those splendid new piano di
verted from San Franclaoo, and being
sold ,ire at 67 canta on h dollar.
Value positively atartllng. 1300 Inatru
menta for 1114. The 1100 gradea at
5171. 1400 grade at 1S. A aale never
unlloated In thla city before. They're
going fast you'll have to hurry, see
our windowa. fillers llano Houae,
rtrx tna nasniRiion oia. .-
' College of
T TlsUre,-aUMrOaT. -
TJnaurpaaaed In eaulpment and
advantage. One of the largest
school of denlistry la th antlr
Wlt- 1 ' "VjT-
Th annual session begin Oo-
"tober 1. For further informa
tion "and catalogue addrea Dr.
Herbert C MlUer, Dean. ,;-, v
Com Plfteentb aad Oonok
,. pertlaaa, Oregon. ,
.'. rva iuu ii viuiuiia,.
Sriwsteeatk Tear Opeaa September 1.
Fits boys and girls for eaatera and
western colleges. Over two hundred
graduate admitted to college. An ath
letlo field and thoroughly equipped gym
nasium. Includea an elementary echool,
which receives pupil at lx and fit for
th Academy, giving espeolsi attention
to reading, spelling and ' penmanship.
Thoroughly competent teacher In both
department. . Office hour during Aug
ust from I a. m. to II Catalogue
eant on aaplleation. w '
av ntAoiuo--4nrEoikaji PLAa obxt.
laal teewa or aa salt. Blevater. steaai
Wat, elretrte Uskts and all wasra eoaTeiu-
nee. Strlrtly flratlaaa, Uea.ealat o abop.
In eentera. Oo direct llae fro at ferry aae
Tfelrd asil Townsead eepnt. B.tr II as,
3 kills St., near V.a hwa avease.
a A CAMTtk, Mgr. V
Dr. Hubert F. ;-Leonard
CSIEOPATEIC " PHTSICIAX
Pbaaa Mala T0 UV4W Wakevwk Bldg.
TEN BEST THINGS TO EAT
What WonM Be Tour Contrlbntlon
to Thla Ynm-Ynmmlnn0ootlonT
A good. subject for a allly season
dlacaaslon haa been bit npoa by What
to , Eat. . Th burning ; question . fa:
What are the beat tea things to eatT
' Th ; propounder of thla delectable
problem haatana to explain that It doea
not refer to th tea article of diet
which are beat for th eater'a health,
but "tha ten thing you eat that you
prefer to all othera.
"Everybody, of course, eats. And
everybody haa favorite dlshee. . But
when once one atarta to narrow down
tha llat to tan verv beat dlahea tha
problem beglna to get vexing.
euppoae tne enoice oaa narrowea
down to either a ripe venlaon steak
or a "tender prairie chicken roaattd
over th coal. How would you oaat
your vote thenf
"Review what yon do eat and than
think out what you would moat Ilk to
at, and then narrow theae aelectlon
.down to lust ten. taking into conaid
ration, of course, the aeaaon of the
year, the meal to be chosen and th
Drevalllnr of conditions of weather.'
J. B, Wolfe of Greenaboro, Virginia.
who waa asked the queatlon, gives
thl a hi personal aelectlon:
1. Roasting oar, roasted la buck
a hot aahe. . - .i.;,.
. S. Broiled Bmlthfleld ham. ,
fl fimautind nue.il- with . r.tt. r
I. Btewed oyster aeasoned t suit
taat. .v .-'
4. Mountain trout roaatad In the
ashes In a , shuck. .
1 Country auaagv Ilka oar mother
used to make. .
. Roaatlna' ear Wuddtna.
I. Buckwheat cakea, with good but
ter and pur molaaeea, washed down
with coffee. .
10. Bermuda onlona boiled like
poached egga and aeaaon ed . to , ault
But this ie far Including all th
good things ta at
Think of th big Thanksgiving; tur
key where doea that com lnf Or
a canvas back now and then, or a
lobster on a cool night Or look at
thla awful array of ttatlea that baa
already been conjured up.
THE TOUBISTSP TBIBUTE.
Enormous Sams Spent AnnnaHy by
. Amerlcaas la Europo. v
Germany baa been doing om figur
ing on the annual profit to Europe from
th American tourist Invaaloa. It la
assumed that 100.000 persons make a
flying trip serosa the Atlantlo. each
year, and their expendlturea, exclulv
of steamship ticket, are averaged at
1700 a head or a total of 1118.000.000.
Thla turn la mostly divided among
the rallroada. hotels and boarding houaee.
tailors and dressmakers and art deal
era. It la estimated that 10,000 Ameri
can women buy more or las clothing
In Pari every year, and that they leave
$8,000,000 aa a minimum with the dress
maker and 11.400.000 with th mlUl-
For mirlos and nrrfcl"to b kept or
made presents aa mementoes of the trip
Americana eoend snout 11,000.000 In
Pari every year. Th amount of "trib
ute" thu paid to th Old WorM by
th New haa Increased at a fixed rate
every vear until the present. There la
aome alarm now lest American liber
ality be checked by the greed of thoee
who Profit by it The outrageous prices
asked, often three or four time th
currant local valu of artlelse, have
been detected by many visitor and
manv cromlalnar a eel a. It la said, have
beea summarily out abort .
PRICES &XCOTIONALLY LO
Wt bava found after inventory that w hav a number, of odd placet which we no longer intend to cury.
Thete piecei wt will cloi out t price extremely low even for ua, tha leaden in low prices.
WE, ABE, OUTiOrEHE-HIGH R1LNT DISTRICT
And tha $800 which wt tava monthly on rents alont wt share with our patrons by a corresponding reduction
In our profits, ' "'- : '',.' ' ' ' '.'
rav. - ""i .(( t -T
i. j...4av Li- I ' W
Th good points In our table are suoh aa cannot fall
to appeal to any man or woman who contemplate a
purchase of thl kind. .; ' - ' .
On of the exceptional bargain from a new car f
table received last week1 la 4-foot golden quartered
oak a regular . ; a. , v ? . 4.,. -y
$30.00 Tabic for $20e00
There are also
many othera which It win pay you
. 1 1
Aa In other line, so alas In
eaoineta we are ihe leader In
price should convince you:
121.00 ladles' Desk............
120.00 Ladle Desk...
114.7 j-avoiea jesa
364 to 370 East Morrhon
' Of the' many excellent bargains to be had at Robinson ot Co.
during; the short time remaining of their
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS : SOfT fELT.HATS
The most conspicuous part of
. the summer man's toilet a
necessity to those who appre
ciate appropriateness in dress
.' these shirts are of good
. wearing material, welt tail
ored, roomy and comfortable
with cuffs attached or two
pairs detached, bosoms plain
or plaited; regular C f
; $1.50 values, nw.i, y 111
CLUETT and STAR
i f ". . - -
Shirts of distinctive individuality, ,
up to the minute in style,
" fabric and workmanship; they :
fit perfectly in all essential
points, the same time giving
. that easy careless graceful
. : effect that distinguishes a
Well-made negligee; single or
double plaited, also plain
front; $2 50 and $2(1 CC
values now J)17J
' Just the hat yon need now and . '
will need for some time to
come; always soft, pliable and
serviceable, no danger of
, getting it crushed or out of
shape; these hau are college
and telescoped styles, in an
excellent grade of tan ' and
- pearl gray felts; reg.
$5 and S values now
The greatest addition to the
business man's toilet are the
new washable tiea; these ties
. are in all the latest novelty
patterns, plaids, polka dots,
dark colors, delicate lavenders
and v blues, v also . beautiful
whites; they have an excel
' lent silk finish, and richness
- seldom found in washable ma
: terials; let us show you OC-,
them tale price...... aaUC
Men' plain and fancy colored balbriggan, mercerised, nainsook, '
; light wool and fine lisle thread Shirts and Drawers; excellently
': Bud beat' materials; regular $2 to 7Se y JJ JJ
Other bargains too numerous to mention In Ties, Belts, Suit Cases, '
etc., await your inspection call and let aa show you them.
AL.L : GREATLiY REDUCED
111 - f J 'I..1 i S lJ' ! I III II! VI' II II ! - llfmmS
289 Washington Street
I th beat of all good thing
that com from the grocer. It
makaa th moat whoUaom and
'nutritious bread and th daintiest
cak and paatrr. Itla a blecult
flour It la a pastry, flour It 1
a bread flour it 1 a cake flour
It Is an all-around flour made for
jrou. "y .
Oold rtedal Flour
S6.3S PES BARREL.
1.6S PER BACK.
D. C Burns Co.
210 Third St.
Pbont Tain 61ft A idaft
- We ean extract one or all year
teeth without hurting a bit, and
But In new teeth the aam day
' yon desire.
. Our rtn of crown and
bride work la simple, quick and
When dealred yon ean hav T.
P. Wise or my pereonal service,
ralalee BrtraotlBr Tree Wkaa
. mates are ordered.
' ano doing dental work all the
time... That Is the record of Dr.
W. A. Wise. That's on reason
our buslneaa haa grown our pa
tron com back, and ther nd
thlr friend A - ,
W. A. WISE, Dentist
railiag bMc t aad Waaalagtoa
a. m. to t p. an, StaaAaya S to IS.
ratal Xm. . ifooa aoo Plaee SS
T. P. Wise, B. A, Stardcvant .
- and It. A. Huffman
sotx r&wjsf . a Ajra kaxjt
u . suae.
SEASIDE, ORXCON f
' Spend your Vacation at leaatda and at
delightful Lockslev Hall. Mor attrac
tive than ever before. Accommodations
of the highest ordr. On hundred ela-
f snt outsld rooms) private batha; elee
rle Hshtat 'ot and cold water.
Annex overlooking the Pacific and de
lightfully eltuated cottagea, , ,
Cmlsia Vaxarpaased. gea Peoda a
nmm avn naTti m TBAnrn. ,
9. J- AWttM, X A. OAJUOSZA rropa.
. orxw au. m ttAB.
CIATtOP BtACB. BIASrDX. OkEOOH,
Ike CUff ateaae f Orecea.
Dheetlr ea the beach, everlnneln n,
ereaa. Hat salt balhs aad sr( s.ihin
Rscrearloa pier fnr f.eln(. Han p.i...i.'
IkIiH HlBts. firBlae and fiirnsre h..t
riae walks aad 4rlra. S land a sikh-uh
Rates, SL50 tzi $3.C3 ptr day
WEGIAL IsTEl BY Til 8 WIIX.
PAH I. klOORB. rro.
SUM ME IT TIMC
AT CLOUDCAP XNN,
Mount Hood. Auto- ,
' mobiles operate between
Hood River and the re
tort Make your reaer- ;
rationa now. For trans
portation rate ask at O. R.
& N. city ticket office.
For reservations write
Postoffice, Mt Hood, Or.
A Boarding and Day
Bchool for Young Men and
Preparation for eoT
leaea, V. S. Military ana
Naval Academies. Ac
credited to tstanfonl,
Berkeley. Cornell. Am
herst and all Hiate I nl
versttlee and Aarlculturnl
Colleges. Manual train
ing. Buslnnaa eoursn.
The principal haa had 21
yeara enperlenre In l'ort
land. Onmfortahla qiar
tera. Best envlrnnmxnta.
Klake reservations now.
For llluatrMted oaU.li:
and other literature au
draaa j. n. r.iu n.D.,
Principal aad aroprUto.
' ATHLETIC PARK,
Corn Tangha aad Iwatr-foBr"t,
August 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Oam pstld e $
Game rh I at !
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