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Sj, TUB JOClUfAIi AT RESORT!
"Tlbers can have The Journal de
llvareoVt the regular rata at tba fol
lowing resorta bjr notifying tha arnta
at tha various places mentioned, fcub
eerlptloua by mall ara payable la ad
vance: OREGON RESORTS.
Oaarhart Pax P. X Struck
n .... Hot Lake Senltarlum
Seaside k Uwli a Co.
Wliholt Springs F. W. Moira
, w . v.ii npnnil. ..........
Boyd Bon and Mineral Springs Hotel
Cascade SDrtnaa. Thomas Moffalt
Collins Springs.. C, T. Belcher
... llwaoo ...,,....,. ..Louis Cohan
-ong Beach ,
.Marshall Pottengsr and O. A. Bmltb
Nahcotta. .. ,. .... . . . ..H. J. Brown
Ocean Park Matthews Thedford
Beavlew Frank EL Strauaal
Tha Breaker! ..Tha Breakers Hotel
Marauam (3 rand... "Ara Ton a Mason T"
Lyrla. ..... "Tha Two Orphans'1
fclar. .......... .The Scout's Revenge"
Tha Oaks, O. W. P carllne, first and
Tell a Phone Tell a Graph or Tel) a
woman ana tne glorious news: uoiaen
Grain Granulea Is now uaed In thousands
, or horr-a, will ao over tha whole land.
I Th'. -jra oeraal oof fee la a blessln In
. jmmy home, where they have opened
ir, lie door for health, so coma In and
I""' drive out tha sins ot stimulating' drinks
. i tu ainas, Reason it out lor yourself.
- . It Is an American coffee, mads tor
Americans. Grains 100 par cant purs.
, f.vtrjfouu im iawg aoout u
A plcnlo is to ba bald AugusH4, by
. tha Harmony Improvement association
,! , of Harmony for tha purpose of securing
funds to erect a building on tha oamp
ground used by tha pioneers of 1140.
. Tha plcnlo will ba held on tne pro
poaed building alta and In view of the
accessibility or tha place a largo crowd
la expected. Tha structure to be erected
. which will ba two stories In height, la
. designed as a public- masting place.
In testimonial of his untiring efforts
tat upbuild Laurelwood It E. - church.
tha congregation has voted Rev. C. H.
"Wooloy, the popular pastor, an lnereasei
in salary irom evo to ei.vvo par aa
' num. Dr. Wooler and his ramllv have
- gone- on a three weeks' camping tour
. Rev. James XMmond Corby preached
, yesterday . morning at tha Unlvarsallst
church of tha Good Tidings oa "The
Practical Power of Prayer?' A large
1 congregation enjoyed what proved to
- be an unique - discourse strong In Its
- relation to tha everyday lira of tha
communicants. , . ;
Gerrioea in commemoration ' of tha
feast of St. Lawrence wars held at Bt
Lawrenee Roman Cathollo church yes
terday. Rev. J. C. Uughas acted as
celebrant at tha solemn high mass and
tha sermon was preached by Rev. Dr,
Gallagher. The muslo under direction of
Miss Mania Kelly was a feature. . . .
Tha following articles war found en
streetcars Saturday' and Sunday, and
mar ba recovered bv calling at room 4.
O. W. P. building. First and Alder
streets: Two satchels, 1 coat, I suit
' cases, 1 rubber boss, t lunch basksta.40
Umbrellas, t miscellaneous packages, 1
card case. purses and 1 pair gloves,
Water through t boa for sprinkling
1 yards or sidswalka or washing porches
or wlndews must be paid for la advance
and used oaly between taa hours of
and I a. m., and C and t p. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets. If
' used contrary to these rules, or. waste
fully. It will be shut oft " .
." , TJta Oregon Cheeae company win sell
: you good creamery butter tlo a roll;
dairy butter. 4So to tOa roll. We have
f- thousands of pounds of cheese In stock.
17 Ho to 15c pound. Coffee a specialty.
" IM Fifth street - ;
The W. C. T. C, through Its labor de
partment, most earnestly requests all
. : pastors of the various ehurchea of Ore
gon to preach on the labor problem oa
September 1, the Sunday preceding the
Labor day holiday. , .
For tha first time In six months the
force in the city engineer's office haa
reached Its full quota, there being 11
employee In the various departments,
, drawing a monthly salary of $t,Sl.f I.
For liquors phone the Family Liquor
Store.' J. E. Kelly, sucoessor to Caswell
Kelly, tie Morrison ' street, corner
, park. Both phones Pacific, Main as,
" and Rom. A-2801. - - , : r,
. : Amusement Council Crest park svery
evenlna;. Take a car ride to this most
beautiful spot. Music, dancing, moving
pictures, illustrated, songs, eta Vocal
and instrumental muslo by tha "Ha
waiian mualcians." r
Corn easily removed by a few applt.
. rations of Hedglns Corn Cure. Sold at
!So a bottle by Albert Bernl, the drug-
gist, lit yvasningion sireet.
Wsshousal and way landings, daily ex
eept Sunday, Leaves Waahingtoo a treat
3 ore; at j p. m. - s . .
lore E. Rastsr and Mra. Fraskla
M. HorRensmlth, both of Portland, were
married at Seattle on August 1. . w
' Navajo Indian blankets. Ill Sixth at.
' Alaaka Indian baakets. 111 Sixth St
Eastman kodaks. Ill Sixth sUeet, ..
'Woman's Exchange, ltl Tenth street,
luanh 11:10 to tl business men'p lunch.
Acme Oil Co, sell safety coal oil end
rine gasoline. Phone East B-100I.
. D. Chambers, optician. 111 Seventh.
, Bsrger signs SM Tamhlll phone,
Oregon Trust &
PORTLAND, , ORUCJON
A FEW YEARS AGO, when this bank opened its doors
for business, its officers believed that a banking buii
ness conducted along legitimate and conservative lines,
maintaining an attitude of helpful encouragement toward
progressive and growing business houses, could not help
but succeed, and -v
WE WERB RIOHT
For our resources have grown Irom $40,000 to nearly
. $3,000,000. When money is placed in our Savings Depart
ment it draws 4 per cent interest, and all the interest is
"not lost in case of withdrawal before the regular com
pounding dates. ' ; t ,.' -
COME IN AIND SEE US .
Sixth and WMhlnjcton Btm.. '..
W. H- MOORE, President E. E. LYTLE, Vice-Pres.
.W. COOPER MORRIS, Cashier, ;
AT THE THEATRES
' European Specialties'.'
At the Oread thla week there la an
extra strong vaudeville entertainment--'
At the head of the bill are Hariand and
Rallinann. Burooaan musical entertain
ers. This act haa played the best the
atres of the world, nr. ana sirs, joon
T. Powers present T'he Players.
; The Scout's Eevctigo.
At the SUr tonight and all week the
stock company will "present the new
western-melodrama, "The Soout'a' Re
venge." This is something new, and
with a character rarely seen on
the stage. The play la In four thrilling
ana exciting acts.
Bark Tonia for rheumatism.
3ack Jeweler J 0 1 Alder. '
" ' For Ice call Main IS4 or A-I14I.
iyi rUvery company. Ill Stark at. -
First and Oak
. ; ; Tbe Two Orphans. ,
Ctrmmanclng tonight tha AUsn stock
company win offer Its patrons a splen
did revival of the famous melodramatio
olasalo. "The Two Orphans." No more
nonular nla was ever produced
America. Verna Felton takes the part
of Louise, the blind girt Matinees to
morrow, . Thursday, Saturday and Bun
day. . ; ;..
f ATTENDED CONCERT
Ji larger audlenoe than ever before
attended the park band concert at City
park yesterday afternoon. - Tha . pro
gram was the most olaaslo ever chosen
and tha applauae showed not only that
the people of Portland appreciate the
higher class of muslo but also that the
band Is one of which the city may juat-
lv real vroud. The most difficult num
bers were admirably well rendered.
Tba Miser rrom in irovHran w
perhaps moat familiar ana it was en-
thuslasticaiiy receives., ins -oaeieion
Panoe by Salnt-Saens, one of the beet
descriptive works ever produced, was
splendidly rendered, as was also Grieg's
"Peer OvnL" suites a and b. Both num
bers ware warmly applauded. As usual
Blanor D capno acorea a nit wiux nis
baritone solos. . ...
Tomorrow night tne nana wui piay at
BoUaday. park.. , ; -
REALTY TRANSFERS 5
TOTALED OVER $100,000
Realty transfers amOTintlng te more
than $100,000 were recorded Saturday.
These sales were mostly transfers of
large tracts and blocks to real estate
firm and i real estate buyers who for
tha most part are acquiring them for
Immediate sale as residence lota. The
most notable of these acquisitions were
some pieces of property in the north
eastern part of the city in the vicinity
of Holladav avenue and East Twenty
eighth street The Oregon Realty com
pany DOUgni uu property iron
Andrews. - -
James Jacobberger, architect la plan
ning a 15.800 residence for District At
torney John Manning. It will be erect
ed at Twentieth and Marshall streets
on property owned by the district at
torney. ; -.. ' - , - .
LID TIGHTLY FITTED
ONCE AT-BAKER CITY
In the state In which gambling Is per
mitted, at one time had a Mf tightly
fitted and sat upon by sheriff H. K.
own. according to hov. aivereti u
Hill, who was at Baker City when the
Sheriff closed ths town. '
sheriff Hmwn and the district attor
ney who served then were practically
alone in enforcing the law, said Dr.
Hill, and they had nearly all the busi
ness men of the town opposed to them,
beoause It was believed then that an
open town would be more prosperous
than a closed town. The next time an
election was hsld, a new sheriff was
elected and the saloons and gambling
again run wide oponj '
PIONEER DAY FOR :
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS
''-' ': ' ' : ' "
A celebration la to be held at St
Johns Wednesday, August 2S, to com
memorate and establish a St Johns pio
neer day.' At that time Mayor Couch
will be aaked to name that date as an
annual holiday for the oity of Bt. Johns.
The St Johns Pioneer association con
stating of all those who came to St.
Johns prior to )88 m been organised
with L B. Chlpman president aad T. J.
Monahan vloe-prealdent :
:. ' ' Teatorday'a Gsunea. i,
Curt Muller, shed. Twentieth, between
Washington and Everett, 100; - H. P.
Moore, one and a half-story dwelling,
1'stton avenue between Davie and Simp
son, t. 000) Cloeaett Devers, repairs
store, Pcond between Burnslde and An
keny, $T00; J. Klernan, repairs brick,
?iith between QUaan and Flanders; J.
. Wlsner, one and a half-story barn,
Knott between Vanoouver and Oanten
beln, U00; W. Housy, two-atorr dwell
ing, Stanton between Union and Grand
jt'-'. x J'
Miss Rdith llolmes of 41 Jsffersnn
Street left Heturday for a Jhort visit
With Mies Kffle Hell at CorvalHa.
Fred H. Srhmals, salesman for Page
A Son, eommlaliin merchants, left Satur
day for northern California points on
pleasure and business. .
Former Cnngreaaman J. W. Bsbeook
for TaXt as preaiaenllai nominee.
MINISTER WILL TRY
TO EFFECT. HI
Rev. Shupp Scheduled ; at
Three General Conferences
V of ETangeUcal Church.
: Three Important general conferences
ot the Bvangellftal church will be at
tended by Rev; N. Shupp, who has been
prominently connected with the Oregon
conference of that church for a number
of years.' ,. All of ths conferences are
International in character. Rev. Shupp
la one of the earnest workers for or
ganlo union of the Evangelical church
and ths Evangelical association. He
leaves 'for the eaat today. .
The first meeting will be the General
ioung f copies alliance, wnicn will con
vene at Llnwood Park, near Cleveland,
Ohio, on August 10. The supreme body
of the church, the general conference,
will convene In Milwaukee In October
for a 10 days session. At ths same
time and place the General Board of
Missions will convene.
Rev. Shupp Is thoroughly familiar
with the work of the three conferences
and the members of the church are con
fident that he will be a prominent figure
in eriecung me union or tns two
orancaea or tne svangeueai enurch.
GOOD STRIKES MADE-.:.
BY MANY PROSPECTORS
Many prospectors are In the hills and
good striken are being made m the
Sucker creek district where tha famous
Briggs mins la located. The Briggs
family la now in camp on Sucker creek
where they are working placer proper
ty that they claim la yielding as high
as S1.0S to tha pan. Portland mining
men who visited the place are of the
opinion that their statements ara not
William Trevor and O. Cooper, nr
Idant and vice-president respectively of
the Trevor Mines company, have re
turned from a six weeks' stay, at their
mines located on the California-Oregon
boundary. In Josephine and Siskiyou
counties, 'a no company has nine claims
mat are Being opened at various points.
They have about 1(0 feet of tunnel
compietea ana are opening very prom
Islng ledges of free milling gold quarts.
ia meir inienuon to Bieaauy p
veiopraent work this year and put
mlll on the property nest snrlnr.
Mr. Trevor was a few years ago one
of the fortunate locators of rloh copper
f ropertlee la the Cuprum dlstrlot 'on
be Snake river, where a number of
copper mines are now developed and
awaiting completion of the Oregon Short
Line extension, which is being built
rrom Huntington to Lewiston. The new
road will Immediately get a vary Urge
ore tonnage from this district which
Is said to be one of the best copper
districts m the world. ' .
The Brig gs gold quarts mine, known
as tha "Wounded Buck" on Sucker
creek, discovered accidentally by young
oniHi wuuv ending n aog away rrom
the lunch basket was at first supposed
to no a netaonea joae or freak, but hi
turned out upon development to be a
permanent, ricn mine. The Briggs .fam
ily picked about $0.000 of pure gold
out of tha seam that young Brfgga
found la the rock, and afterwards they
sold ths claim to a mining man who
inorougiuy investigates it to a eon
siaerabie neptn and sold to the prop
erty to an eastern syndicate for f46T,
000. The mine la now In charge of ths
syndicate and will be opened on a larga
soale as soon as It can be prepared for
ana equippea wiia roscnwsry,
Y. M. C A. BOYS GO
ON TRIP UP, RIVER
A, party of 14 bovs, with Mr. Hale of
the T. M. C. A. left at 1 :S0 this after
noon for a trip tip the Columbia In tha
launch which belongs to the association
Ths boys will visit the points of Interest
rer, view tne work of the
railroad, oamp at Multno-
North Bank n
man Falla. Latourelle and other sightly
spots. The trip will oocupy the week,
tne Doys returning nmi ewiuraay.
. A bsV liver leads to ehronla dveneo-
sta and constipation weakens the whole
system. vnen i iteguiets lis - cents
ner box) correct the liver, tone . tha
stomach, euro constipation.
very sore of the
dleeae aad step
the west dsee-eei,
-J Ifexlcan .
, Oarea svary aUmenl
el Man r Beast
that a good, beaeet
Unhnent san ear.
Ul. C. il.
WILL DE CIIOED
New Faces Scheduled to Ap
; pear in Charge of Port
land Work. ;
Some Important changes are scheduled
to take place In tha roll of offloera
of 'the T. M. C A. and nsw men are
coming to take the place of those who
are leading the Portland association.
W. B. Wright haa accepted ths posi
tion of general secretary At Bellingham,
Washington, and will leave for his new
labors August II. F. W. Hellmaa of
Walla Walla, 1 will suoceed to Mr.
Wright's present position.
3. G. Clark, assistant boys work di
rector, who is now la ths east attending
the conference of. Y. M. C A. religious
directors, will sssume the duties of H.
W. Davla, who has decided to re-enter
the Baptist ministry. ,
- A new man is coming to take charge
Of the physical training. Ha is L W.
Larrlmore, who In his college days per
formed as an acrobat In Barnum's circus
snd so worked his way through oollege.
He Is at present connected with, the Cal
ifornia association. Hs has had re
markable success with his boys' classes
and la ths east, at Chautauqua, had
classes numbering from . 600 to -too
pupils. His wife has don similar work
with girls' clae.es.
An Industrial association of eoal
miners has been organised at Rosslyn,
Washington, and J. U. Arbuthnot who
has been connected with ths gymnasium
department here will soon leave to take
charge of that work. The position of
social work director has been created
and William Moore of th local corps
will take ths position.
'The Portland association is the great
training . school for lesdsrs in ail
branches of the work," said , W. E.
Wright, In speaking of the changes to
be made. . "Thla association has sent
out more men to other cities thaa any
other coast association. The late Reno
Hutchinson, of Spokane, bad his train
ing here, and Oscar Cox of Salt Lake,
also Fred Wltham of Boise. . . 1
"Several changes are planned for the
fall, such aa enlarging the boys' room.
Improvements la ths educational work
and other minor matter. Q
"It la true that the work of grading
went on yesterday at the sits of the new
association building, but It was not be
cause It was ao ordered bv the officers
of the association. 8. W. Stone, secre
tary oi tne ioosj aasociation is out oi
town and no one was apprised of the
action of the contractor, J C Cook,
who is a rustler at quick work."
ON BOOK OF AMOS
"' At the T. M. C. Ai men's meeting yes
terday afternoon J. 'J. Handsaksr, who
was one of the sneakers at the Chau
tauqua at Gladstone, delivered an ad
dress on the book of Amos, discussing
ths call of Amos from the farm to de
liver to the Hebrew people a distaste
ful message from God. Mr. Handsaker
said the book Is a reproof to ministers
who deliver smooth sermons simply be
cause tney are popular. He will leo
ture at the Rodney avenue Christian
church, corner of Knott street and Rod
ney avenue, every evening this week.
including i riaay.
. PREACHED SERMONS
Dr. C. A. Mock, president of Dalits
College, preacnea two sermons in wis
This. Week the Allen Btocn tympany
W.tlnt.1 Tuesday. Thursday. Satur
day and Sunday. Prices, 10c, loo.
ttvarv evenlna- si I:1S. Prloes. 100. IOC,
and SOo. I . ....
Reserved seats by pnone, jaaia sees
Office open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
city yesterday, occupying th pulpit of
the First United Evangelical church In
the morning and speaking at the vesper
services In Hawthorne Park last even
ing. Dr. Mock is the sucoessor or Rev.
C. C Poling an the bead of Dallas col-
JK UIU Fag Sarwaa. !
"tmsv eoerr eaaoa so owiov
Bevs"LioCOBD" eyelet seMoaboles.
leey la button. Stroma o held.
aio. p. me a os sniin tsov, a, v.
uv trs sa toxts a.otobt"
UTILITY . UANDFACTIIRING
AND PLATING COMPANY
, Store Display Fixtures, Light
Manufacturing Specialties, Plat-.
Ing and Oxidising, Brass Finish
ing. Wire Work. v
181 tnrxoir AYmnns
F hones I Baa MS, !.
(Phone Main S.
Tonight and All Week, Matinees Wed
nesday ana eaturaay, tne sun
niest of All Farce-Comedies.
"Are You a F.hscn?"
Evening 0o tBo. 180. Curtain S:S0.
, OB LUXB
This Week. "
sTsxian m Bolliaon, -
European Novelty Aot.
" Mr. and Mrs. John T. Power.
Three shows dally at 1:10, T:l and
s:io p. m.
The Star 2
NEW... A 14S
scoxnrs MTXjraH." ,
Metlneee Tuesdays. Thursdays, Sat
urdays aad Sundays at l:S0, Prices, loo
and SOo. Every evening at t:lt. Prices.
10c soe ana soo. - .
Next week, last week of New Star
Stock Co., In "Tan Tie xnas iaasi.-
Coras Tangha aad Twenty-f earth.
Aurust 12, 15, 14, 15, 18, 17.
Game ealled at S:I0 p. m. daily.
Oames called at S:S0 p. m. Sunday a,
&A9XBS' SAT niSAT.
Grandstand toe. Children 10c.
Bon Beats lie.
t i . . J
MO STUUSJTTS. MO Br AS.
. - SO OOOAZX3L ' ,
We Set the Pace
tin Painless Dentistry
Nervous people and those afflicted
with heart weakness can now have
their teeth filled and extracted
without the least pain or danger.
TaJntroduc our painless meth
od until August 31 we will do all
kind-of dentistry at one-half onr
regular-prices. A protect! guar
antee given with ail work don by
us. :" : " " :
. Lady la attendance. Open eve
nings. ' -.- ; ; - j " :
, 8ults t-4S Raleigh Bldg. v
81scth and Washington St.
Phons Mala Mod
PORTLAND ORE. ..
' A Board fng and Day
School for Young Men aad
. tsoy. ......
Preparation for eol-
, leges, U. S. Military and
Naval Aeademlea Ac
credited i to Stanford,
Berkeley. " Cornell. Am
herst and all Stats Uni
versities and Agricultural
Colleges. Manual train
ing. Business course
The principal haa had IS
years experience In Port-
' land. Comfortable quar
ters. - Best environments.
Msk reservations now.
For Illustrated catalog
aad other literature ad
dress J. If. BILL, U.D..
Vrlnorpal aad Wfoprlstor.
at Half Cost
COMPORT COUNTS ".V
" Northern Pacyic tourist sleeping can .
are built for comfort. They are new,
well ventilated, sanitary and pleasant.
They are handsomely finished Inside,
,and safety of travel is assured by steel ,
j platforms, wide vestibules and careful . .
construction. Roomy toilet and wash .
rooms; every convenience. Operated -v
' on transcontinental trains of the
Northern Pacific Railway
A. Di CHARLTON"
Asa't aen'l Paanger Agent
3S MorrUoa Street, Portland, Oregon
W u it It.
ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL
are Ban Tint .
Save KM Weary saeye .
aw Keg Tsnipss - r ;
Ssv Mm Oontplenlom : : C-fW
S : It
SHOULD sj jj3 :
Fill in Coupon and Hail to Us The
Iron Will be Delivered With All Necessary
Equipment, Absolutely free of i Charge
CUT OUT COpPON and MAIL to US TODAY
nmm raiihat, light & poites cc::pm
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS. -PORTLAND. OR.
r' Oentlemen Ton may dellves to me one Eleetrlo Vlatlron.
Vhlch I agree to try. and If unsatisfactory to me, to return
to yon within SO days from date of delivery. If I do not
return It at that time you may charge same to my account
at 14.09. It la understood that no charge will be made for.
th Iron if X return It within SO days.-
m sa v s Tw - )
THE THIRTY DAYS'TRIAL. OFFER APPLIES
ONLY -TO CONSUMERS OF OUR CURRENT.
Has One of the Finest Beaches
on the Pacific Coast
and Is an
IDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
It Is easily reachedL Is not an expensive place to rislt, baa ex
cellent hotel accommodations, affords perfectly safe and delightful
surf bathing and all sorts of beach pastimes, such as dam-bakes,
oyster hnnu, fishinff. pebble and shell gathering, etc., enjoys a
mild and inviting climate, picturesque scenery, and all the other at
tractions that can be desired for recreation and pleasure.
NEWPORT is reached by way of the Southern Pacific to Al
bany or Corvsllis, thence Corvallis A Eastern R. R. Train servic
1 daily and th trip s pleasure throughout. Leave Portland 8 a. m.
" Rate from Portland $6.00 for the round trip. Tickets on' said
daily and good for return until October 31. There is also a Saturday-Monday
rat from Portland of $3.00, tickets oa sale Saturdays,
good for return Mondays. Correspondingly low rates from all
i other points. Call at th city ticket office of th Southern Pacific,
Third and Washington streets, in Portland, or at any S. P. agency
elsewhere, for complete information. ,.
; Oeneral Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company, Portland, Or.
One of the Most Attrsctive Dench Rcscrb
- on the Pacille Cot tot Row b
, 9mm th aaentn s the Ooiomhu Klver, om the Washlagton
. slae, teashst from th City of rortlaad a th , , '
'' ' ' . - gpleadld axonratos ,
Steamer T, J.POTTER
:-;, ; x AaoTnr i atoms. ,v.''-.-':tv''"'.:'.
It Is upward of 10 miles long, very broad snd level snd slmost ss
eempaot aa a composition pavement. It is dotted Its entire lengts wits
towns, eottsge settlements, tent cities, villa, tine hotels, an all fe
amusement sccesaorles of a popular Bummer beach rori IX"n T4
yiSOn TO 0 for rest. heeUh and a good time. Thousands g ta.re
for their Bummer outing. Iry it. .
The Potter Sails Every Dr
bee jfuL.u(ieJ acheuules.
Faro From Pert!-.:: J, UourA Tr . r
' CzturJiry to T,Xcr::!y TI:" " -
snfl 'W'a.hlrrtn .
si.ewhet 1 r l
1 VI litind, or In: .