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Ui-AL. 10RTLAND, SUNDAY l.;0...L.u, - AUGU-r 13, 1ZZ7.
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I Toivd Tcpla
tord ehnrgxd with aseault and rUry
on Ztilaa Luolla llwl.y. the young bal-'
- TTT w jnnivi t. a v nrannTt .
i -"H Subscribers en have The Journal de
I Vred ( the regular rates at tha fol
io i " r.or.s by notifying- tha agents
t th.rlous places mentioned. Sub
crlptloiia by mail are payable In ad
vance! OREGON ItESORTS.
O.erhert Park. .P. J. Struck
Hot Lake... Hot Lake Sanitarium
. Seaside , ...Lewis Cow
- WUholt Springs ...F. W. McLaren
Carson Springs .
' Boyd Son and Mineral Springs Tlote
Cascade Spring. ..Thomas Moffett
Collins Springs C. T. Belcher
Ilwaco , Loula Cohen
. ,. Long Beach. i 't.' '! ' " l.w
Marshall Pottenger sod O. A. Smith
Nahcotta. H. J. Brown
. Ocean Park Matthews Thedford
geavlew ...Frank B. St""'
Th Breakers Th Breakers Hotel
- ' TOXIOHTS AMUSEMENTS ; '
Ma rquam Grand.. "Are You a Mason r
Grand . Vaudevill
Lyrlo "Th Two Orphans"
Star J.....,,.. .'Th Scout's Revenge"
The Oaks, O. W. P. car line, First aod
Athletlo park, baseball gams, Oakland
8. Portlend, double-header. J p. m.
City park, eonoert. Ie Caprlo'a band,
. 1:10 p. m, .-.....
TSsjPCliamplon Group Mining oorapany
ed A deal on Friday for it copper
claims In Blsklyou oounty, California.
covering copper outeroppings on tract
. at ground U0 feet wide and nearly sic
.miles long;. There nas oeen consiuor-
able of a strua-a-ls between certain In
terests as to which should secure this
- property, th outeroppings ' of which
. show and better to th ton. but th
Champion people cam out ahead and
yesterday closed the deal. This trans,
action, Involving an ouUay of - 176,000
when It Is entirely completed, Is im
portant In that th purchase Is mad
by Portland people and tha property is
" added to th already famous Champion
(roup of proven (fold properties.- Every
. stockholder, therefor, in th Champion's
,,. twlv gold mines becomes a pert own.
. . r of tnls copper proposition without
any additional outlay of money. Th
-off loss of th Champion Group are In
Rooms JO8-IO7-I08, Couch bldg.. 4th and
. Washington sts.. from which Is Issued
; its shares of stock. This paper, now
Selling at 60 cents per share, ought to
,.b on of th beat stock buys ver of
fered . In this city. Every ehare has
f.oth gold and copper behind It In this
les lis tremendous strength, and th
Champion Group Mining company Is a
big- corporation. . ' : t ,
V Friday evening. ' August It. aV most
delightful entertainment will b gten
In th Oregon building at th Lewis and
and Clark fair grounds, undr th aus
, pices of th business women s com
mittee of th Y. W. C. A. Mies Wll
helmlna Joenke. special lecturer or ths
New York schools, bss been secured to
give oneofLher illustrated i
tha Hawallan.lslanda, and the V Capri
band will render a special program
commencing at lght O'clock. Refresh
ments will be served. .The proceed
derived from th l-cnt admission fee
will b used to send delegate to th
northwest eonfrno f th v Young
Women' Christian association, whloa
Is to open at Beaalde August .
7 Oeorg Christ, was arrested yesterday
at ltth and QUsaa streets by a patrol
. man on a warrant charting him with
larceny by embesalement, Nlooll George,
the complaining wltnaaa, th defendant
and . another man formed a copartner.
- ship to conduct bakery on lth street.
the former and latter Investing 1100
-apiece, whll Christ put up tT. It is
claimed that tha accused man converted
,tb receipt for th past two months,
.amounting to about 1400. to his wn
use and refuses to ffiv an accounting.
- Attorney Yanckwlch has been retained
as special prosecutor, but from the olr-
eumstanoas surrounding th case it ap
pears to a 'civil rather than a criminal
; , matter. . t v. , ,c r - J ,-. f;:
:,- This mornlnjt in St. Michael's church
will b unveiled and bleseed th picture
representing St Xllssbath. or tha Vis
Itation, axeeated by th eminent artist.
George. D Pyro and donated to hm
church by Joseph Marabltti. Th panel
Is II feet wish by seven feet wld. Ut
tie more than Elisabeth's profile Is ex
posed to view in th palatine;. Mary Is
standing and leaning over Elisabeth
" with her hands on the alder woman's
. shoulders. The facial expressions ar
beautiful on both faces and thar Is a
v suggntlon of Botticelli in the gentle
Kelancholy on Mary's face.. The work
a notable piece of art. ' 1
. - Raph Cryale'r, H. 6. Ferbee I. and
Charles I Miner, have opened a bean
' tlful title store on Third street entirely
. ' devoted to Eastman cameras and ko
, dak and photographic supplies. The
. . tabllRhment Is known as the Portland
Photo Supply Co., and le located along
side the Skldmor drug store. East
man's complete line of cameras and ko-
- daks and everything the artlat can wish
Jn photograph lo goods are carried by
. this specialty house. , Thus this little
; gem of a store fills a long-felt want
( jn-Portland and Oregon. ,
v.,, The Retail Grocers' association wtU
- give an entertainment at the Oregon
. building at the Lewis and Clark fair
f rounds, Wednesday evening. August
1, at o'clock. The program will
nnsiat of vocal and Instrumental mualo,
fcL!tlons snd dancing. Refreshments
wlTMaiServed during the evening. Th
commits in charge consists of J. S.
Mailer. C W. Btubbs and J. C. Mann.
f August Baker, bartender In the
reutach Bier Keller, a saloon at 4 Bast
Second street, who was arrested yes-
' U... . 'I , , , 3
The largest stock of silverware
In th west la at your disposal.
Ws assure you It will be a
pleasure to show you this im
Many of the daintiest and most
unique patterns we have ever seen
are included and each piece stands
alone in originality and beauty of
workmanship. We mention a few
-seasonable and serviceable arti
cles, so low priced as to be with
, in reach of moderate Incomes:
Xoe Cream Bees, Claret Fttoaara,
Compotes, Hayonnalse Bowls,
Baled Bowls, Deviled Crab Dishes,
Llanos Bets, JClgh-BaU Beta, Win
gets, Aspararns Forks, , Berry
Forks and Bpoons, Butter Bpread
ere, Cake Halve, ' ' . Chocolate
Bpoons, Cold Meat Fsrks, Cnoum
ber Servers, Tomato Servers, Xoe
Cream Bpoons and Forks, Xjettnee
Bpoons and Forks, Baled Bpoons
and Forks, Sardine Tongs, Band
JW s . . I IIU ... - .
; u. neiiKempcr to.
lowest Priced Jewelry House for
B8d KOBJUSOV BTBJBB
.tinn ,pfn. uArli.r HritS tliat ft
used abusive lansuas towaad the youn
woman. Rltor iivl the saloon wa
filled with rouh-Uillii "" of ,r
lous nationalities und that prompted
him to takeiMlss Hawley br,tbe arm,
very gently, he says and tell her te
leave the saloon. t
The men own up. Money Ulks and
her voice Is alluring. Women are called
.the bargain hunters, but men appreciate
vnrnes even more fully, and Since
they've found that Robinson ft Co. meant
business whon they cut their prices on
men') furnishings, the men have been
outfitting- In a thorough fashion, sav
ing money on every purchase. The num
ber is It Washington street.
Professor 'James Hyslop - entertained
another large audlenoe at the Unitarian
church last night on the subjeot of
"Psyoholoeical Reaearoh and Polities."
Profesor ilyslop, who is secretary of the
national society of Psychical Research,
Is an interesting speaker and hie labors
for the benefit of deeper knowledge of
matters psychlo are attracting , much
attention, . ' .
' Portland's "finest" wtyl continue to
wear the same helmets as at present,
with the same size ef visor, although
the polloemen petitioned the executive
board for a change. The police com
mittee could not see any reason for
changing the sice of th visor and rec
ommended that the request of (the of
ficers be not granted. . . '
" Sunday excursions to Oreshanv' 48
cents, to all points on Upper Clakamas
river to and Including .- Estaoada; IS
cants round trip. Tickets must be pur
chased; on sale In waiting room, 1st and
Alder sts. : Cars leave T:16, T:I0. :!
:80, 11:80 a. m., 1:0, i:40. (:44, TilS
p. ra. Pinner at Hotel Eatacada,. 10
centsv , :;
Excursion rates on Ol W. P. tomor
row to Boring, Eagle Creek and Eata
cada, It cente round trip.' Tickets must
be purobaeed; on aale in waiting room,
IstVnd Alder sts. Cars leave 7:15,7:10.
f:ll, 1:10. 11J0 a. m.. 1:10, 1:40, 1:44,
T:lt p. m. Pinner at Botel Eatacada,
(0 cents. , ,. '. r,t: ; ; .,; r
Branch Noi' l 'of the socialist party
will listen to an address on "Women's
Sphere in Political Economy," ' by Miss
Millie Trumbull at Alleky hall .at the
comer of Third and Morrison streets,
at o'olock tonight. Everybody is In
vited to attend. f . . . '
. Th New Tork State society will hold
one of Its regular monthly meetings
and social gathering at the home of
Mrs. Albert Vail on the Section Line
!oad, eeoond house east of reservoir
car at First and Alder), Tuesday even
ng, August 0. All New Yorkers are
Invited, ;.'.- . .- '
Water through bos for' sprinkling,
yards or sidewalks or washing porches
or windows must be paid for In advanoe
and used only between th hours of I
and ( a. m., and t and p. nv' It must
not be need for sprinkling streets. If
used oontrary to these rules, or weate
tuJly, it wlU be Bhutoft ;
Articles ef Incorporation ef the Rose
City Park association were filed la the
office of the county clerk this morning
hv T R Wilcox. Walter F. Burrell and
if. L. Thompson. Their object Is to
deal in real estate. Capital stock,-'
000. .. : . ,V
Messengers win not strike The mes
sengers employed by City Messenger at
Delivery company, are not on strike
and all business entrusted to them will
be promptly handled. Telephone Mala
t. Horns A-m. - a . . .
The Regulator Line excursion steam
er Telephone win make the round trip
to Cascade Locks and. return Sunday,
tha ltth. leaving Alder street dock at I
?. m., returning about I p. m.- Fare
or the round trip $1.00. Meals tOa,
Oregon City Boats Short river excur
sions Bunday; it's a delightful liver trip.
Boat leaves Taylor street, -1:10, 11:10
4:10 p. m. Round trip 4to;
iilalAY HOT CUILD
jol iwvw isivr pum J..
a. nx, I p. m.; leaves' Oregon City 10
a. m., a:iw, : P- n. nouu
Uokets good on 0.,W. P. oars.
Trolley tripe to Fnirvtew and Trent
dale: take Estaoada and Casader ears
and transfer at Cedarvllle Junotten.
Leave waiting room. 1st and Alder sts.,
7:80. :, 11:10 a. nv. 1:10. :40. t:44.
1:1( p. m. . - : x . i;. ::
River front lots the only avaUable
property between Portland and Oregon
City. Beautiful building sltest elegant
spring. vi uiow.u Sil" w'
contemplate purchasing. The Shaw
Fear company, S4ltt Stark street.
Canemah park. 45 cents round trip; oars
leave ioe uu ",iiu,
1st and Alder ata, every, tf minutes
from 0:11 a.- m. r..r---
' Amusement Council Crest park every
evening. Take a ear ride to this most
beautiful spot. Music, dancing, moving
pictures, illustrated, songs, sto. Vocal
and Instrumental musla by the "Ha
waiian musicians.". - , 4 ' ,
V -' . -li ma, tnea-
sengers employed by City Messenger at
Delivery company, are not on strike and
all business Entrusted tothm will be
Bromptly handled. Telephone Mala I.
:ome A-. ...
Portland Shoe Repair company, itt
TamhlU street, between Third and
Fourth atreetsfor good, quick andsub
stantlal work. Best oak soles, tic. Phone
Psclfio 12. Bauer Stopper. ,.
Learn te swim at Ringlet's Natatori
um. It East Morrison. Fresh water,
heated; enamelled tank aOxlO feet Priv
ate lessons for ladles and gents, 10
eents; swim, II cents.'
This wilt remind you that now la the
time te have your hair mattresses reno
vated and returned the same day. Phone
Main 474. The Portland Curled Hair
Factory. H. Metsger. proprietor.
y . .
Steamer Jesse Harktns, for Camaa,
Washougal and way landings, dally' ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at I p. m - -.. - t; v-
1 Ton must order Monday or nlae wait
10 days for your wood at our cheap
prices. Cooperative -Wood Cos, 111
Ablngton bldg. . :..(
' Dr. H. Ausplund, formerly manager ef
the Chlcaso -dental parlors, is now as
sociated with tha Electro dental par
lors, 1 01 Washington street, corner
of Fifth. , ..
A, Vullleumler, Jeweler; has moved to
880 Alder street, between Second and
Third.,' ,-,:.. . ' - .,'?-:; .',
Acme OH Coe!l safety eoal oil end
fine gasoline. Phone East. HI; B-1007.
B. W. Moore, expert photoarapher,
Elks building, Seventh and Stark, sts.
Diamonds, Watches Beck's, 101 Alder
D. Chambers, optician, ill Seventh. (
Berger eigne 114 Yamhill phone.
'Bark Tonlo for rheumatism. V
::'ry:- ice. :
For Ice cell Main 114 or A-II41 to
Delivery company. Ill Stark at , . , ,
WIIERE MEAT IS FREE
Tea Bplendld Meat FrUeg To Be Award
ed ky TTnlo Ksa Co.
Elsewhere In this paper will be found
further notice of Union Meat company'e
prise competition in which 1171 in meat
orders will be given away. Read It,
Snd then send to room 14 Hamilton
ulldlng, for the handsome blue book
offered, also full details. sUnclose, stamp
for postage. - .
Where to Dine. ;
Watson'a Restaurant will eervo a fin
ahickea dinner today, 19 eenta, ,,
Western Cooperage Company
Desired to Locate Build
ings Here If Possible.
. - ii i 'y.-
SUITABLE SITE IS -DIFFICULT
Con corn Itoccntly Purchased 10,000
Acre) of Timber Land In Clatsop
County Which It May BeU If PIam
Do Kot Materialise. . ." . , . X
The Western Cooperage oompany. a
large concern . operating at ' different
points in California, Oregon and Wash
ington, has been considering seriously
the construction of a plant near Port
Ian, but on aooount of dlf floulty In
obtaining a site from, the Port of Port
land, that is acceptable, tjhe plant may
not be built here. , " ' '
Recently this company ' purchased
11,000 acre of timber land In Clatsop
county, adpjacent to T oung"a bay be
low Astoria. It was thought th time
thle timber was purchased that a plant
would be buUt eUher at Astoria or
Portland, but on aoount of the diffi
culty mentioned above, these plans have
been delayed and It Is very uncertain
if a plant will be built In Oregon at all.
The Port of. Portland offered a 16
year lease on a strip adjoining th dry
dock near St Johns. The commission
has refused to sell this land and in
addition has stipulated that the chan
nel must be maintained by the company
and responsible safeguards egainst fire
provided. The cooperage company Is
willing to comply with most of these
stipulations, but wishes to have the
privilege of buying the property If it
should be eo desired at any Urns within
the ts years.
. Ths company is a large one. They
make barrels, staves, heads, tubs,
wooden palls and kindred commodities.
They are backed by plenty of capital.
Watson Eastman, of this city, is presi
dent; William Sullivan, Loa Angeles,
vice-president, (and Gustavus P. Clerln,
Aberdeen, secretary and treasurer.
These officers own the entire stock of
"I Intend going east next week," said
Watson Eastman, in apeaklng of the fu
ture plans of tha oompany, in the of
fices at Sixth and Morrison streets yes
terday, "and will be ready to more
definitely announce our plana on my
return. We , had Intended to invest
about 1100,000 in a plant In Portland,
should we have secured suitable terms
from. tha Port of Portland. It may be
that we ehall decide to sell out our
timber holdings in Clatsop coiaty if
we change our plana. It will not de
CTsase in value In any length-nftime
we might choose to deliberate what
ever the decision may oe. uregon um
ber Is as good as ready monsy."
CLIFFS ON NORTH BANK
, ' 'i t
BpeeUny Aaaomaoed Division Peine Foi
- The-Portland and Seattle. ,
At least half a dosen different towns
on ths Portland at Seattle railway
claimed they were to be. the chosen
point, but it is now officially announced
that Cliffs Is where the district terminals
are going In, the railroad company hav
ing bought a section of land at this
point before there was any right-of-way
purchased along the line. Out of this
land they have retained 110 acres for
atorsg tracks, roundhouse, coal chutee
and shops. The grounds are said to be the
beet adapted for yards, shops, etc., of any
thing along the line, with the advantage
of having a large spring of wster of
the best quality for boiler purposes on
high ground near by, giving a pressure
for fire purposes, and quantity suffi
cient for all time to come, and to this
Is added, that It Is midway to a mile,
between Portland and Kennewick. .-
Track-laylna- will reach Cliffs ths
latter part of August and -here the
track-laying crew will be held for many
weeks, as some of ths heaviest rook
work on the line le a few miles west cf
Cliffs, and the track-laying crew will
lay 'many miles of storage traeke at
Cliffs and get the grounds ready for
roundhouse, ahops. and ths necessary
Improvements needed at this point.
After the grounds have been prepared
it will take a year to complete the build-
'"c'iff s Is beautifully situated. The
business part of town lays along the
river and ia as level ae a floor, while
the residence portion has an elevation
of 100 feet, overlooking the river. It
U surrounded by the choicest fruit
lands In the country. Cliffs la the
gateway to and from the Klickitat val
ley, where lumber, wheat and stock
will find its way to market '
A good monthly payroll will1 give
Cliffs the advantage of anything on the
line, Upper river boats call at Cliffs
snd a ferry gives access to the O. R. dt
N railway. The new line being built,
with steel rails laid within I miles of
ths town makes the Immediate future of
Cliff a exceedingly bright ; -
u FOR CONCERT TODAY
Pa Capiio Arraafra Several Features,
Including March by Frank
Itlchter, Blind Pianist.'
An exceptionally attractive program
has bean arranged for today's band
fconcert at th city park. Among Che
feature are a march by Frank Rtohter,
the blind piano soloist of Portland, who
is now in Germany studying under ths
best masters; a bass clarinet solo by
Bruno Antonio Heltkemper,. and a bari
tone solo by Big. Do Caprio. - -
The program is of a decidedly elaasto
character, but the heavy- numbers sre
Interspersed with enough in a lighter
vein to make It pleasing to everybody
having a taste for music The concert
begins at l:S0 o'clock promptly, and
followlngls the program In full;
March, "Spirit of Independence". ., ;,.
Overture, "Tannhauser" .Wagner
Paraphrase on 'The Palme". .Ornenwald
Grand Belectlotv "La Glooonda"
Five Characteristic Dances (New) . ...
(al Hun ia'rlan " Danced All' tto Soetenuto ;
c) Spanish Dance. All'tto Con Spirlto;
A (iTavonlnla Dance. "All'gro Bchers
endo: e German Dance, All'gro
Grand Selection, "Mefletofele". .. .Bolto
Bass Clarinet Solo, "Love In Idleness"
"Iris" Introduction (U 8ole)..Mlaeacnl
Baritone Solo, "Farlllta" .Hartman
Blgnnr De Caprio, .
March, "Date City". Weldon
A. De Caprio. Director.
C. C. Hickok, City Manager.
Among tne' many reliable and wide
awake real estate firms In the city of
Portland there are none more thorough
ly equitable and proareealv In all Its
method than th Washington ft Or-
fon Realty company, whose headquar
irs are st 101 Second street. J. H. and
Pearl F.lwell established this compsny
st Vancouver, Washington, 11 years a no
and began making a specialty of Clarke
county property, .consisting of fnrms,
farm and timber lota, eta, la addition
Our acceptance of the "challenge"
of other local dealers for a thor
ough comparative testx of player
pianos has been allowed to stand an
entire week, without a single re
sponse. Their silence, and failure:
to acknowledge our reply, proves
that they have not the faith in their;
instruments, that their "challenge"
-implied. It was just as we expected,'
however. ' ;-.;,;,"v;;'a;;'v-v: '::
Hereafter, when ' other dealers
make claims of "equal"! or "superi
or" to the genuine Pianolathe
standard of the world the public
will knowy just how- much weight
; to give them;"';; v-;V-v- , 'L
All that we ask, and that which '
we desire, is a comparison of the
Pianola with any other instrument
. ' on the market bar none know
ing that . : 4-'rr:
; ; THc Pianola Piano Stands Incomparable
It has no "freak" talking points to influence those without technical' knowledge, but It does V
. incorporate more man tnree nunarca 01 xne mosi important improvements in ymja muu
Hon, including the exclusive metrostyle, and in ita reproductten of any class of music, renders
;it possible for even' child to produce the effects that. in. hand playing are only within the
ability of the world's greatest pianists to duplicate. We shall be pleased to, demonstrate the
marvelous possibilities of this .unrivaled-instrument, to any one, at any time; and to pror
that the claims of the Pianola to superiority are based upon actual merit -1 "
.We Invite Inspection of the Latest Styles pf The Metrostyle- memodist Jfianou fiano.
TT If" -""-p .v TS MiaveBf
bou om TxmOTaxoxrT m PAtmrro worn
THE HOUSE or
353 WASHINGTON STR1LXT, CORNLR PARK
Ws can extract one or all your
teeth without hurting bit, ana
Gut in now teeth the same Oar
To-i desire. . '
Our systeisf of erowa. ana
bridge work is simple, quick and
, ""whC desired T can hare T.
p, wise or my persona service.
Watmless Brtraetiar 're Wham
., rutes are ordered,,
and doing dental work all the
time. That is the record of Dr.
W. A. Wise. There one reason
our business has grown our pa
trona come back, and they send
their trlsttde. '; .,..:r .
W. A. WISE, Dentist
Waning bldg Sd and WaehlngVm
asiBB7oPm ttandaya to la.
rainless Sx , rttoaBOo) riaessgS
t T. P. Wise, B. A, StnrdCTant . )
" and N. A. Itaffmaa -
Cos. Third and Taylos.
Everett Merrill Dill
ma apeak today at 10:0 a. m. on
M Racehorse and Ox Team
v., Cbrlstlans" ;v
x.j; aad at ties p. m. .
Tht Young Uao and ,01s
In Ms evening eermon the
speaker will deal frankly and
fearlessly with some of the prob
ems of ths Bible. Hie arguments
are UNANSWERABLE) because
his weapon is COMMON BENSO.
to dtylotst and the Increase to busi
ness has been suoh that two year ago
it was deemed advisable to establish a
branoh In this city for the better hand
ling of Portland city property and that
immediately trlbu.anr to tM. vicinity
in ca.ii i wva w - - -
hM ttseiuinod vuch proportion M to rnako
" ...kli-hManr Af aa MtW A 0t flam. TtTTl ATI t
flW VSlHUUvi'ii'ue ve cs m i
necessary, to bs in charge of a special
manaeer. The gentleman selected for
this Important and responsible position
Is C. C. Hlokok. who hae had large ex
perience in euohmattere, covering; a
period of more than 0 7ars In Bao
ramento valley and In Ban Francleco
and who for more than a year has been
carefully etudylne; th conditions and
prospects of Portland end the country
In Oregon and Washington Immediately
tributary to it Ae a result of this
wide range of active effort and subse
quent lnvestliratlon, Mr. Hickok is well
Qualified to handle city real estate.
College ol V
y romniro. oumi,
Unsurpassed In eoulpment end
adventagea. On of the largest
sohcmla of dentistry in ths entire
WVhe annual tea si on begins Oc
tober 1. For further Informa
tion and estnlogue address r.
.Herbert C Miller, Dean.
Come rmeeatk aad Oonek
The Man - p "NV-; '
Takes Frequent Trips ?
.fir4 Yum ilnrtva ma1rsfi ft onrwnrl Imnrolftfi
SSI B I VA IV B WW WtJ eV iiisvi mm smw m vwwve
.. ges the best service, and accomplishes 're
sults in business because :
He Is Well Dressed
Come see' us tomorrow and demonstrate
; In your own experience that you can save,
money and get the best values now, while
Summer Sale Is On
Look particularly at the following:
Splendid quality Negligee Shirts; were
$1.60. Going for $1.15. :
Guett and Star brands; were $2.60 and
$2.00.' Going for $1.55.
Best grade Soft Felt Hats; were $6.00
and $3.00. Going for 82.35.
Everv variety high ' grade Summer Underwear. Going v
for c to $1.35. ; , r '.v '
Silk Neckwear; 60c to $1.60 values. Going for S5c
tO Sl.OO. ' -.-'t - r-v.
Wash Neckwear; best 85c to 76c ' values. Goino- for
89c to 45f. ? .-.,-. ,
Hosiery, good grade balbriggan; 25c values. . Going ,
Leather Goods, newest bags and suit cases, at 5 per
cent discount.' ' 1 ' ' .v, ,.
Big Bargains Every Day Come While They last
289 Washington Street
THC LEADING BUSINESS COLLEGE
-ELKS BUILDING, PORTLAND, OREGON.
CONS UN I LY GROWING
,.1302-1903.4.86 pupil y 1905-1906.;.....' 681
1903- 1904.; 387, " . 1906-1907........ 842
1904- 1905.. 483 .--.'"...Estimated 1907-1908..... ...1,000
H. W. BEHNKS. Pres. , fii fit UTALOCDC ; I. M. WALKER.
to Cut it Cat!
Every day now brings addi
tional arrivals to my stock of
Fall Woolens-orae of ths
swellest ' and handsomest
fabrics Tvp ever received.
And let me add, when I In
vite you to the opening dis
play, in a couple of weeks or
so, I'm going to show you
the finest array in' this line
that this town has ever seen.'
It's r. going to make some
other tailors envious. . '
SNow, while this preparing
is going on. 111 continue the
' free extra trousers offer
with every suit at $22.50 or
more. But, remember, the
time is short. . If you are
ready for a suit, come right
along, and take Vantage of
this liberal inducement now.
Yours, for- Garment Satis
faction, GRANT PHEGLEY, Mgr.
' Seeventh and Stark:
Build Your House Willi
Hollow Cement Blocks
Froetproof, fireproof, dampproof. : The
bearleat, atreacest ana best are KADB
y ' j ;' rosxLan, osaaov.
ITIaeteeatk Tea Opea eptasaset IS.
Plfa boys and !rls for eastera and
western collesea. Oyer two . hundred
araduatee admitted to eolleae. j An ath
letlo field and thoroughly equipped gym
nasium. Includes an elementary eohool.
which receives pupils at els snd fits (or
the Academy, slvlnf especial attention
to rend Ins;. splllns- snd penmanship.
Thoroughly competent teachers In both
departments. Oltles-hours during -August
from I a. m. to II to. Catalogue
seat M MfiUoaUoo. !
trarrersltr rark Station, rortlaad. Or.
Cathollo Boarding and Pay School for
young men and boys, ftltuatod on a
high plateau skirting the Willamette
river and orerlookln the panoramls
olty f Portland: a veritable health re
sort for students. Extensive play
grounds and tha largest gymnasium la
the northwest. .
Collegiate, Preparatory anf Commer
cial Courses. Catalogue sent on applies.
BE V. JOSEPH GALLAGHER- C. B. C.
Parrish S Thompson
OSloe, saS Aliskw aids. Taetotr, . Mi,
PuTt. Beantliul Jad Jewelry
Gold Bracelets and 81 s
net Rings of eil descrip
tions mads te order.
Amarioaa name eiv
grared with the three
cardinal Chinese aharao
ters, Tia, Olory, l-m.
pertty . and Lons-mty.
Charge reasonable and
orders ef any design
promptly executed and
sent prepaid to any part
of the XX a The Bkll'ed
Chinese Jeweler, VOOK SJUTCI S3 CO,
Jay Xu Chong. Kngr Ml Alder street.
sas raajrcnico-aTraoyxAa" na-r okit.
lacle rn.MS se ea-salts. Elevates, steam
teat, elctrte Hants ss all mtim . eoavMi-
Btneuy ruvtiaM. oniwim W ekop.
ring eeetere. - Oa ejract nae from ferry aae
Zaire aae Towaaead aepot. a.ua i as.
gas Kius st ser v.e sveeee.
a a. eAHTxa. hst.
3 PORTLAND ORE.
. A Fnardlng and ra
Sohoel foe Toung Men and
Preparation for col
legia, V. B. Military and
Naval Academic. Ac
credited to Htaaford.
Berkeley, Cornell, Am
h.r.t and all State Uni
versities and Agricultural
Collages. Manual train
ing. Bn.ln.se sours.
The principal has bad ii
years ewperlenee la Fo"
land. t.'omfortmhle fliiar
tara. Beat environment.
Make reaervatlone n.
For illustrated eat.
and ether literature ad
dress j. 17. nil. ut..
rrlaelpal aad Pr
tint n.ial P " ' " '