THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 30, ivvr. I V, Hi: Toivn Topics TUX JOURNAL AT RESORTS Ilvarad at the regular rata at the fol- "'ni resorts b notlfylns- tha saen rt various places mentioned, flul aartpnta by mail srs payable la ad- TUHM ORSOON RESORTS. Hot Lake.. Hot Lais Sanitarium tft?U,., Lewis Co. Wllholt Springs F. W. McjUraa WA8HINOTON RESORTS. Cm ran i Boyd a Son and Mineral Springs flotel Cascade Springs. Thomas Moffeit f,0"1"? Bprlnta, a T. Belch sr ilwo. -..........Xoula Cohan n Beach...... 4 , . "wwiiu rottsnger ana . a. buhh ..tl. w. crown Ooeen Park.... Matthews Thsdford Beavlew Frank K. Strauhal ina Breakers Tha Breeksrs Motel TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. Marquam Grand. "Tha Carnival of Lore' Urand .v Vaudeville i-yrio ..........Tha Ulrl From Texas' tar "A Daughter of tha South' Tha Omka O. W. p. Carllna Tha BOW auartst of Orac Vf church will" make Ita flrat appearance on BundavBiornlng. Miss Grace E. Camp belljsta aoprana was aololat at Taylor etchurchfor a year and last rear waa DODular mnnnn nf Wutmin.t.. Presbyterian church. Bha la one of the very accomplished lyrlo sopranos of . f.ur"ua- mo contralto la Mrs. Reno . Hutchinson, who two yaara ago waa ao popular at Grace church. She baa been ma'"- at ine irst freabyterlan church . ;r tuvtru montna past. JTred s. Pierce. mo tenor, and George H. Street were . in. uraoa quartet laat year and thai voices were ao pleasing- that they were .11uu11u.17 reoiecieo. rroressnr wit 11am M. Wilder, tha well known7 organ. aimcnoir mauler, who for 15 year d racted tha mualo at the White Tern, pie. la to conduot tha music of Grace church this year for the fourth season. He win Immediately reorganize the male n "men was sucn an attraction vu iugui last year, wewg of tha Injury In a railroad wrack last Saturday of Mrs. Horace D. uuea. wui or a Portland newspaper Bias, reached Portland yesterday, when ..wruy r rana .in-, who had traveled on tna same train, arrived and made known ie fact On account of tha de moralised oondltloa of tha telegraph It waa Impossible for Mrs. Jonee to wire her husband. Tha accident occurred on tha Denver A Rio Grande railroad near caiioa. v;oiorado. The- injurlea received will compel Mra. Jones to remain at tha nuapiuu in uenrer ror aeveral weeks. wi woman waa killed and 10 other ni injured in tna wreck. , Chief Campbell of tha fire depart ment was yesterday asked by tha execu tive board fire committee to Investigate tha eost of painting; dona monthly by um tuy, mo ma. me oriiciaie might ue- lermine whether or not It would be pos aioie 10 get cneaper servioa by hiring a painter under civil servioa rules. Tha commutes waa advised by Fire Marshal Roberta and Chief Campbell that an in spection of tha Baker theatre revelled mat eve - fire poai erv protection waa provided from siDis in a wooden building, day operator at the has lost a valuable or wandered from home. , iaai vveaneeaay morn' Harry Wright, , fire department. bird dog;. Tha do I3S Grant street. ins- and has not been seen since. Tha owner haa no Idea what could have be come or mm ana it did not have a habit of leaving. Tha dog had not been away for 1 months. Wright waa offered 160 for tha dog a short time ago and thlnka great deal ef It. It waa gray and white pointer, well formed and of good ia t John H. Elliott waa arraigned before Judge Cleland in tha circuit court this morning charged with obtaining money and goods by falsa pretenses. It Is charged that Elliott passed a worthleaa check on tha Merchants National bank jor 2v at me jaoyer clothing store, ob taining 13.10 worth of merchandise and $1 60 In money. He waa allowed until next luesaay 10 pieaa. . Hamilton XL Brooke, who died August II, left no will to dispose of hla estate. which la estimated at MO.000. accordini to a petition filed In tha county coun this morning. Tha widow, Mrs. Annie nroone, 1a me soia neir. She riled tha petition, asking that Thomas Bcott Brooke be appointed administrator of tna aetata, ine appointment was made. Tha United States civil service com "mission announces an examination cor Junior clerk In the reclamation service to oa neia uccooer 10. The salary is from $0 to lilt per month, depending on conaiuuna ana location, n. 1 ami na tions will be held In Oregon at Astoria, naaer iny, .11 Irene, Mormiston, Jllanv , ath Falls and Portland. Doctors, who, prescribe for those auf faring from heart trouble, will tell you that you must not drink coffee. Mo exception rrom this rule. But the mora Kverybody Golden Grain Granules you drink, the lalkl you. la rig rrria better for about It. ', water through hose for sprinkling yards or sidewalks or washing porchea or windows must be paid for tn advance and used Onlv fejitWAim tn. hatira a S a. m., and 1 and t p. m. It must used for sprlnkJInr streets. II uaecrantrarv to these rulaa. or waste. tiUly. It wlU be shut off. Kxoumlon Cascade L.ocks Tha Reg ulator line steamer Capitol City will . make tha trip to Cascade Locks sad re 1 turn Sunday September 1, leaving Port. .. land t a. m., returning about t p. m. - Fare for tha round trip 1; meals too, Portland Shoe Repair company, s Tamhlli street, between Third and Fourth streets, for good, quick and sub stantial work. Best oak sofee, Ita. Phone ( Main 76t. Bauer at Stopper. . ' Steamer 'Jesse Harkina, for Cam a a, Wsihnugal and way landings, dally ex cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street dock at I p. m. ' M. B. A, social dance and lea cream, tomorrow night, W. O. W. ball, nth sU Don't mlsa It. ' . Alfred E. Clark waa admitted; to practice In tha United States circuit ' and dlstrlot courta yesterday and A. " I - - - , . ..... . F.W. Baltos and Company invito yoiir inquiries for Phones J5,n 1f?,-. First and Oak CALIFORNIAN COMES TO OREGON . "SEEKING ENGLISH WALNUT LAND . That Oioa) Is one ef tha most fav ored spots "In America for raising Eng lish walnuts Is attested to by tha fact that Judge F. S. Lelb, of San Jose, an authority on English walnuts was in lumbla county to Inspect lands there with a view of purchasing them to raise walnuts In Oregon, . Judge Lelb was In company with Judge C. H. Hanford of the United States district oourt for ths western dlstrlot of Washington. Judge Lelb Is a regent of the Leland Stanford uni versity and attorney for the Leland Ho is thoroughly eonveraant with English walnut culture and has a farm of 240 acres in California exolu- '"'T devoted to growing walnuts. i 1 T comlns to uregon, judge . uubu mo iwm country in tela Wash ington for tha purpose of buying land. Judge Lelb has a reputation with wai nut growers equal to Luther Burbank In the development of potatoea. He hae made a special study of grafting varl oua species until he haa- brouah Work to a high atandard. Specimen of hla walnuta have taken first orlaa at many expositions and are considered to bo among the beat representatives of tha English walnuts grown In Amer ica. Oregon has won an enviable reputa tion in tne past tew years oecause tha remarkable development made raising English walnuts. Many growers nave devoted their time exclusively bringing the walnuts to tha highest possible standard and at ths exposition ncia tnis year specimens were snow tnat attraoted the attention of grow' ers in ail parts or tne woria. BUCHTEL WOULD GIVE WOOD , TO NEEDY TO USE AS FUEL "With the present prices, prevailing, winter coming on and no prospect of re lief in tha wood market. It seems to me." aald Joseph Buehtel yesterday. 'someone should secure 4 permit to carry off and usa for fuel tha thou sands of feet of boards and! cast off lumber that lies !. the fills hero In tha central east aids district "There must bo close to B0 cords of wood lying on vacant property on ths east side and especially In the fills from the south end of Grand svenue to Hoi- Isday avenue. The boards are rtrv aa unaer ana wouia make excellent O. Neal waa admitted In tha TTnlted Btatea district court. Both lawyers re- sids in Portland and their admission moved bv Charles J. Bchnabel and 1 nomas u. ureens. juoge wiuism to. Gilbert presided la the absence of UAaries hi. woiverton. . For liquors phona the Family Liquor Store. J. EL Kelly, successor to Caswell at H-euy, sst Morrison street, comer rvic jsota ' pnonea vfaotiio. Main It, ua aval, a-mui. The Weher-Bussell Cannln aomnani have an office and warehouse on dock al foot of Tamhlli atreet. Portland. Or. where they are buying peaches, pears Excursion to Astoria Rssatta. fltaam. ar Telesraoh leavea T a. m. Tlrketa round trip. 11.00. Good from Aug, loth mp iwiiw i iu, - aiuir atreet aoGX, Woman's Kxchann. lit Tantk mrmt .- I- . . ... . - . . 1 . , . uavai ftiiti tu a, uunnHfl nana luncn Acme Oil Co. sell safety ooal oil and gasoline. Phona Kaat 7ii B-lOtT. fine Diamonds, Watches Beck's, I0S Alder Dr. B. C Brown, Eye-Ear. Marquaa. D. Chambers, optician. 111 Seventh. Berger signs 1 TamhUl phone. Bark Tonlo for rheumatism. Ice. Xaa For lea eaTl Main lt a A.tllg Delivery company, itl stark St. VOULD PUT BAH OH'. PROMISCUOUS NOISES Brooklyn Residents Object to Unnecessary Screech Ing: of Whistles. ; A movement waa started last night by tha Brooklyn Republican and Improve ment association to prohibit promiscu ous whistling of locomotives - and tha unnecessary shrieking of electrlo ears. ATI Keenan introduced tha aubjsct and committee waa appointed to confer with Councilman Buahllght for tha purpose of drawing up . an - ordlnanos that will ba effective In compelling ths inwictj company ana tne southern Pa cific to preeerva tha quiet of tha early uuu.v m 1. mat, , ... Mr. Keenan declared tha noil hollv unneceaaarv. Ha tK- 1 1 i..r. - . . uiB'vi tuvomuuvH irom tne oarshops opposite Brooklyn In the morning had become an unbearable nuisance and roused Deonla from their ampcHI aieen, irom I morning. father fuel. They are mostly old planks that have been torn from Improved streets and thrown Into the low vacant prop erty as the placs clossst at hand to re ceive mem, "A movement la also to ha started to ciean tne runonn rrom these blocks In the central district and aa these boards constitute a considerable amount of the ruooisn may must ba taken out any way." ..... Several- aaat alders have expressed similar sentiments regarding the waste lumber lying about on ths east aide and it haa even been intimated that should someone care to do It a profit could bo made selling this wood In the Im mediate neignoornood where It Is lying, it wouia men result in tnreo suoetan tlal benefits, to the consumer, to the laborer and to tha olvlo beauty of the ui siae. NOTICE! V, . ' -. ' ' - " "' ; . ; All those . having 'savings deposits in the Oregon Trust and Bank Are requested to send their present address to H-602. Journal. . : VALUABLE INFORMATION AWAITS YOU Sayings r BasBBSsBsssl ssssSBskl ssssssssasa si ssstssl tsssl ssssssssssl eaBBBBSBssBsBssssssssBBB I li nulled . vwru i.a -III . V9tfX , - I LaJI I V I I if I I -Al - fj I II I U IV Sill II II II II II If II llllsTtl II II I I I J 1 I I 1 III o -':,,- -. . ., Ill . ' " T ' - ..III III . " . ' I I 1 1 1 ; I 1 1 ,ni , 11 . rIri sals svtrsvr srnialarl thta tna fr III II I I nrice reductions anrl varied flttrrt- III III I 'ment. Our present building is to 1 1 1 III I I be torn down. In our temporary III III I I quarters space will be valuable, so III 111 1 1 . . , 1 111 1 1 , we are 1 II I I I . 11 -Hfl UU u M Hgtai III 111. 1 1 v. aa Mmrm n i 7- - . 111: M sssigssw fBssV BsssgsS' assess ssBassl III III I I uVI lit II I II U 1 ' . . Illl ' I fkrV U ae. II V ' (it OgIM m 1 Thm mrcf Vganfifnl on1 r1 tVim 1 1 1 IB I sa w sssww ifVHUM4W lUiVl VV0UJT VI IOHw I I I I j deliers as well as the more ordinary - J Fifth and Yamhill Streets r . . . . to I o'clock In the Cirt.rr.rv the argument of Mr. Keenan and called attention to tne noise made by the eleo trie cars on Mllwaukla nn. . ir said this nolss waa aiaa itnn....r . .L.,,IJ V. . . - mkj .iiuwui .... .vuppmi, . M. u. tirirrm advised that an nrAl nance could be drawn up on tbo model or-those In affect In numerous Eastern cltiJ Father Gregory. M. O. Griffin. . A. Klein and A. V. Nortel were an ointed a special committee to aot with Councilman A. O. Rushllsht. mil tk. city attorney will ba aakad tn iir.- such an ordinance. Other matt era pertaining to street improvement, nre protection and street car service were dlacusaed end action utaen to improve tnese conditions. AD BLAZE AVOIDED BY PATENT DEVICE Automatic Fire Extingrnish- ers PreTent Serioufjre at Lumbe Antomatio nre extmguiansra pre vented a serlotrs-f Ire.at the'Inman-Poul sen mill last night. Ths aawdust con veyor" caught f Ira from a hot bos In ona of tha Joints In the maaslvo chain that oneratea tha eonvevor and had it not been for the prompt action of tha KtiHKuiansrs a not tire wouja cave re- sunea. The conveyor carrlea the aawdnst to the large steel gehenna, where continual fires are fed from the mllL At inter vals along the conveyor are automatic valves that open at a low heat cauaed by a fire and flood tha flames with water. lloss No. 1 answered tha call which was turned In at 10:10 but found tha fire had been almost extinguished by utumaiio apparatus. A lew rimsn Ing toiiuhes put the oonveyor completely IV"1 0.,-dnr- TJia loss wlH ba less than 2&. SCOfrE KILLED BY COLLAPSE OF BEIDQE 1 ,: Queheo, Aug. 10 Tha fall of a oe. tlon of a new bridge whloh la being built across tha 81. Lawrence, five miles below this city, cauaad the death of a soore of workmen yesterday. IP YOU WANT TO SEE THE NEWEST IN WEAR ING APPAREL VISIT THIS STYLE STORE MEN And WOMEN ATTIRE On FALL And WINTER STYLES 1907 1908 Surpassing Elegance Is the keynote of the fall garments we show for! Men, Women and Children. Every new idea in ' correct designing is brought forth with absolute exactness. The newest materials, the newest col ors and the newest styles await your inspection. The prices are moderate. Open an account,with us and arrange to pay in weekly or monthly paymentSi N. B. In Men's Clothing we carry the STEIN BLOCH, the SCHLOSS BROS, and the BRAD BURY SYSTEM. None, better none as good.1 EASTERN OUIOTITNG CO. "vsxsaxzu . Cor. Washinofon and Tenth (DOT CLOTHING COMPANY STORE CLOSED ALL DAT MONO AY LABOR DAT Don't forget we are Union Dealers in Union Made Goods and can furnish all who participate in Labor Day outings with our new fall arrivals of Fault lessly Tailored Union Made Suits for $10 Suits that are worth . . . $10 $15 Suits that are worth . . . $15 $20-$25 Suits that are worth $20-$25 Sole agents for Hawes Union-Made Oats $3 Sole agents (or A. J. Bates Union-Made Shoes $3.50 Shirts, Suspenders, Neckwear, Cloves, Collars, Overalls, Barbers' and Cooks' Supplies all Union ;. : Made. v ' - '- '': T i nm ravtrn mrm w tn . f. I UM Kill IKflHI THE PRODUCT OF SWEET, 0RR & CO. UNION-MADE TROUSERS The first house to introduce Union Made Ap parel. All Union Made Goods sold to meet the purse strings of wage earners. Don't fail to visit us as we keep the best that's made in Men's Apparel. us. Watch the Union Outfits along the line sold by Outlet Clolhinfl Company N. E. COR. MORRISON AND FIRST STS. The Georgia r.instrds Brenlns SBc. 50c. 75c. ,Sc. 9a. Beats now sellin, t thwitre. MARQUAM ' QkAND , Wi (Phone Main .) Tonight and Hemalnder of Week.' Matinee Saturday Ths Carnival of Lova" (A Dellclntis Tomedy) . "V TareweH-Week BTOCarwi.iMAcaiiaoB co. Prices lta, 25c, 60o. " . OPERA SEASON AT MARQUAM GRAND Opens Monday Evening. Sept. t. with TO CaXirosariairs XJT m MiMADB. ; Matinee "aturday and Runday. Prlcea. 25c, 60o, T&o. Matinees, S5o. 80a. AarUBEaTEllTS. Tlllf C AD Phones M. I4V4 J inn (Home) AWi. au ma win, Tha m. n. JTrsaoa Btoolr Co. p res eat "a savusTis vr iss iuuib. Matlneea Tueadars. Thursdays, flstur. days and Sundays at l:J0; prices, 10 and tO cents. Every evening at S:15; prices. 10. 10 snd 10 cents. ' Keserve seats by slther phone. The Grand VAUDEVILLE DELUXB TOI Or AUOUT so. A Speoial Bill ef Headllnara, Headed by tmxm aroABTXT oo. The Blar Xastera aTtars. Three shows dallv. at 1:19. T:4I and trio. Prlcea remain the same. LYRIC THBATRB Both Phones: Main 4IS. Home A102&. Week Commenrlng- Monday, August It, ine Alien hiock o., t'reeentins; orax, rmoW nru." Mstlnees Tuesday. Thursday. 8atur day and Sunday. Prices lOo and loo. Every evening at Prices lOo, loo snd tOe; boxes SOe. Order Beats by Both Phones. Box office open from 10 a n. to 11 MULTNOMAH FI13LD Chsnman and tfnrrluin HfraAta. Labor Day Mon. Hpt. 3 a nan rom suos. Two Modern Oladlstiiirs, Astride Blooded Bueeos, in, a oensauonai Broadsword Contest Cari NELftONyg. REID Major R. F. Pot tha Champ loashlp ef tha World. Under the Auspices of Co. P, Third ttegiment u. ti. u. General admlaalon .60 eenta (Irand stand IS cent a. Tlokets en sale at Bchlller's clear stoKe and 'Woodard. uiance co. a. . contest start at 1:10 p. m. starts promptly fTT) ASTOniA mlEGATT This Uilrteanth ananaT aaoatie aveut i wxmt speotaoalar ev k14 la the Sorthwest. SEPTEMBER 2,3&4 S.lllns IUoot. U4 Bportt. Ocmntir F.lr. yikfag rivutrr. MoraamaeelllnTlretkelrmcataBiiirai in:iuoii ib mmm Mag ana Bmlo dMU or valor. s.juu.uu is omb ariMa, 1 xh Ui wm ueu orl I rul M tae GJZriGERFEGT AUe. S1 AMD MCPT. 1AM lam ratae ea all tail aad etiailioal llaas ASTORIA, OH EGO U i a r-r- rtri a tniArrAKLLLi And his band. Sis;. Ceccottl. the great Tenor Soloist, this (Friday) evening and Sunday. XHuidng la Psytlloa, Wtth Prasp's Orchestra, Skaters' merry masquerade In Roller Rink Monday night. Sept X. 107. i. ! a'V r. 2 FRUIT WANTED Pears, Peaches, Blackberries. Green Gage Plums and Yel low Egg Plums, also Rhu barb. We want this fruit in any quantity, boxes fur nished. Prompt payment on delivery. We arc tempo rarily located on dock at foot of Yamhill st, Portland, Or. Telephone Main 4218. Wcber-Busscll -1 Canning Co. II U MILITARY ACADEMY " - PORTLAND ORE'. " A Boarding; and Pay rVhool (or Toung Men and Boys. Preparation for aol lesss. U. S. Mllltarv nd Naval Academies. Ac credited to Stanford. Berkeley, Cornell. Am herst and all State Unl Yersltles and Agricultural Colleges. Manual train Ins;. Business eourie. The Principal haa hnd It years? experience In Port land. Comfortable quar ter Beat environment. Make reaervetlona now. For llluetrated eatal and other literature ad dress J. IT. EM, II. D.. Vriaolpal aad Piopneto. days. wrapper, A(hmi Port lan 7f 02 WOMEN CMV and Cotton Hoot Pilis. '1 ' w and only r-liKlie r-Mi1 ' f L.ATa.l I'klUol'H a moat obstinate c ' 1 Prlne It per bm. r--. ' r. boll t r ""? " ' X. J. 1 I ' ' '' Orn. nd. fhlrt . ft ' vt 1-r-c r.