THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, FRIDAY. EVENINO. .AUGUST SO, iror. T fi" ni Tpwn Topics A . THB JOURNAL AT RESORT! V A Subscriber I mtird at th tu liave Tha Journal d- tha reaular rata, at th fol- IaVwIng reeorta by notifying th iinti ar"Sk varlou placaa mentioned. Sua erlpnvjia br mail are payable la ad- OREGON RESORTS. Owhart Park...... .......P. J. "truck Hot Lake Hot Lai Sanitarium Seaside., LaWla ft Co. WUhoit Spring F. W. Mcraa WASHINGTON RESORTS. . Caraon Spring .....,. , Boyd A Son and Mlnaral Spring Ifot Caaoad Sprint". Thoraaa Moffatt Collin Spring C. T. Blchr Jlwaoo ..Xoula Cohan MarahaU A Pottanger ani X' "mlth Nahcotta XL 3. Brown Ooaan Park Matthw Thadford Seavlew Frank K. StrauhaJ Th Braakera Th Hrakra Hotal TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. CALIFORNIAN COMESTO OREGON- SEEKING ENGLISH WALNUT LAND That OrfffW, I" ona of th moat far orad apotaln Amarlea for raising Eng llab walnut la atteaUd to br tha fact that Judga P. 8- Llb, of San Joea, an authority on Engllah walnuta waa In lumbl county to inspect landa tbera with a Ylaw of purchasing tham to ralaa walnuta In Oregon. Judga Lelb waa In company with Judge C H. Hanford of tha United Statu dlatrlct oourt for tha western dlatrlot of Waahlngton. Judga Lelb la a regent of tha Laland Stanford unl varalty and attorney for tha Leland estate. He la thoroughly converaant with Engllah walnut culture and baa a farm of 240 acraa In California exclu sively devoted to growing walnuta. Prior to coming to Oregon, Judge Lei vlalted tha Yakima country In Waah lngton for tba purpoae of buying land. Judga Lalb haa a reputation with wal nut growera aqual to turner uuroana In the develoDm.nt of potatoaa. Ha haa made a aoeolal atudy of grafting vart oua apeclea until h haa broughthi work to a high atandard. Specimen of bla walnuta have taken flrat prlsaa at maar eiDOaltlon and ara oonaldered to ba among tha beat repreaentatlvea or uia Kngiiao wainuia grown in Amer ica. Oregon haa won an enviable reputa tion In the paat few yeara became of the remarkable development made In railing Engllah walnut. Many grower iveiy to rh have devoted their time eiclualve) brlngl Doaslt held thla year apeclmena were ahown that attracted the attention or grow era in all parta of the won?. Marquam Grand. "The Carnival of Love" Grand Vaudeville 1-yrlo "The Girl From Texas" Star "A Daughter of tha South" Th Oaka ..O. W. P. Carllne Th new quartet of Grace M. E. church wlli make lta flrat appearance on Sunday-morning. Mia Grace E. Camp- aoprano, waa aololat at Taylor Poet church for a year and last year wai a popular aoprano or weatmlnater Preabyterlan church. She la one of the very accomplished lyric aoprano of rortiana. The contralto 1 Mr. Reno Hutchinson, who two yeara ago wa ao popular at Grace church. She haa been alnging at the First Preabyterlan church for aeveral months past Fred 8. Pierce. ' the tenor, and George H. Street were In the Grace quartet last year and their voices were so pleasing that they were unanimously reelected. Professor Wil liam M. Wilder, the well known organ ist and choir master, who for 16 years directed the muslo at the White Tem ple, la to conduct tha music of Grace church thla year for the fourth aeaaon. He will Immediately reorganize the male chorua which waa auch an attraction on Sunaay night last year. New of the injury in a railroad wreck last Saturday of Mra. Horace D. Jones, wife of a Portland newspaper man, reached Portland yeatarday, when Attorney Frank King, who had traveled on th aam train, arrived and made known -i fact On account of the de moralised condition of the telegraph It waa Impossible for Mr. Jones to wire her husband. The accident occurred on th Denver & Rio Grande railroad near Salida, Colorado. Th Injuries received will compel Mra Jonea to remain at the hospital In Denver for several week. On woman waa killed and 10 other person injured in th wreck. BUCHTEL WOULD GIVE WOOD TO NEEDY TO USE AS FUEL "With th present prloe prevailing, winter coming on and no prospect of re lief in th wood market, It seems to me," said Joseph Buchtel yesterday, someone ahould secure a permit to carry off and us for fuel the thou sand of feet of board and caat off lumber that Ilea In the fill her In the central east aide dlatrlct 'Thar must be close to 60 cords of wood lying on vacant property on th east side and especially In the fills from the south end of Grand avenue to Hoi laday avenue. The boarda are aa dry aa tlndar and would make excellent Chief Campbell of the fire depart ment waa yesterday asked by the execu tive board fir committee to Investigate the cost of painting done monthly by the city, so that the officials might de termine whether or not It would be pos sible to get cheaper service by hiring a painter under civil aervlce rulea. The committee waa advised by Fir Marahal Roberts and Chief Campbell that an In spection of th Baker theatre revelled that every protection was provided from fire possible In a wooden building. Harry Wright, day operator at the fire department, haa loat a valuable bird dog. The dog wandered from home, 238 Grant street, last Wednesday morn ing and has not been seen since. Th owner haa no idea what could have be come of him and It did not have a habit of leaving. The dog had not been away for 18 montha. Wright waa offered $60 1 for the dog a short time ago and thinks a great deal of It. It was a gray and white pointer, well formed and of good else. O. Neal waa admitted In th United Statea district court. Both lawyers re side In Portland und their admission was moved by Charles J. Schnabel and Thomaa G. Greene. Judas William K. Gilbert presided in the abaence of Cbarle hi. Wo 1 vert on. For liquor phone th Family Liquor Store. J. E. Kelly, successor to Caawell Kelly, 154 Morrison street, corner Park. Both phonea Pacific, Main 21, and Horn. A-2802. Th Weber-Busaell Canning company have an orrice ana warenouae on a oca at foot of Tamhlll atreet Portland. Or., where they are buying peaches, pear and plums. Excursion to Astoria Regatta. Steam er Telearraoh leaves T a. m. Ticket. round trip. $1.00. Good from Aug. 80th to Sept 7tn. Aider street dock. Woman' Exchange, III Tenth street. lunch ll:io to l; Duaineaa men a lunch. Acme Oil Co. aell safety ooal oil and fin gaaollna. Phone East 78; B-100T. Diamond a. Watchsa Beck', 206 Alder Dr. E. C Brown, Eye-Ear. Marquai D. Chamber a, optician. Ill Seventh. Barger lgns 284 Tamhlll phna Bark Tonlo for rheumatlam. Ice. Ie John II. EIHott waa arraigned before Judge Cleland In the circuit court thla morning charged with obtaining money and (roods by false pretenses. It Is charged that Elliott passed a worthless check on the Merchants National bank for $20 at the Mover clothing store, ob taining 83.60 worth of merchandise and $16.60 In money. He wa allowed until next Tuesday to plead. Hamilton E. Brooke, who died August 21, left no will to dispose of his estate, which Is estimated at $80,000, according to a petition filed in the county court this morning. The widow, Mrs. Annie Brooke, is the sole heir. She filed the Setltlon, asking that Thomas Scott irooke be appointed administrator of the estate. The appointment was made. The United State civil service com mission announces an examination tor Junior clerk In the reclamation service to be held October SO. The salary Is from $60 to $126 per month, depending on conditions and location. Examina tions will be held In Oregon at Astoria, Baker City, Eugene, Hermlston, Klam ath Falls and Portland. Doctors, who prescribe for those suf fering from heart trouble, will tell you that you must not drink coffee. No exception from this rule. But the more Golden Grain Granules you drink, the better for you. Everybody I talking about it. Water through ho for sprinkling yard or sidewalk or washing porches or windows must be paid for In advance used only between tne nours or 5 ,d 8 a. m., and C and 9 p. m. It must used for sprinkling streets. If useuatntrary to these rules, or waste fully, it will be shut off. Excursion Cascade Locks The Reg ulator line steamer Capitol City will make the trip to Cascade Locks and re , turn Sunday September 1, leaving Port land 9 a. m., returning about 6 p. m. Fare for the round trip $1; meals 60c. Tortland Shoe Repair company, 269 Yamhili street, between Third and Fourth streets, for good, quick and sub stantial work. Best oak soles, 76c. Phone Main 7666. Bauer & Stopper. Steamer Jesse Harkins, for Carnal, Washougal and way landing, daily ex cept Sunday. Leave Washington atreet dock at 2 p. m. For Ice call Main 224 or A-S24S. Delivery company, 861 Stark at WOULD PUT BAN OfJ PROMISCUOUS NOISES Brooklyn Residents Object to Unnecessary Screech ing of Whistles. A movement waa started last night by the Brooklyn Republican and Improve ment association to prohibit promiscu ous whistling of locomotives and the unnecessary ahriektng of electrlo care. A. L Keenan Introduced the subject and a committee waa appointed to confer with Councilman Rushlight for the purpose of drawing up an ordlnanoe that will be effective in compelling the streetcar company and the Southern Pa cific to preserve the quiet of the early hours at least. Mr. Keenan declared the noise waa wholly unnecessary. He aald the pass ing or locomotives rrom me carsnop opposite Brooklyn In the morning had become an unbearable nuisance and aroused people from their best and deepest sleep, from 2 to 6 o'clock in the morning. Father Gregory supported tne argument or Mr. Keenan and called attention to,the noise made by the elec tric cars on Mllwaukle avenue. He said this noise was also unnecessary and should be stopped. M. G. Griffin advised that an ordi nance could be drawn up on the model ofbose in effect In numerous eastern citlnsf Father Gregory, M. G. Griffin, J. A. Klein and A. V. Nortel were ap pointed a special committee to act with Councilman A. G. Rushlight, and th city attorney will be asked to draw up such an ordinance. Other matters pertaining to street Improvement, fire protection and street car service were discussed and action taken to Improve these conditions. fuel. They are mostly old plank that have been torn from improved street ana thrown into in low vacant prop erty a th place closest at hand to re ceive tnem. "A movement I also to be started to clean the rubbish from these blocks in th central district and a these boards constitute a considerable amount of tha rubbish tbey must b taken out any war." Several east alder hav expressed similar sentiments regarding th wast lumber lying about on th east aid and It has even been intimated that should someone car to do it a profit could be made selling thl wood in the im mediate neighborhood where it ia lying. it would then result in three aubetan tlal benefits, to the consumer, to the laborer and to the civic beauty of the oast aide. NO TICE! All those having savings deposits in the Oregon Trust and Savings Bank Are requested to send their present address to H-502, Journal. VALUABLE INFORMATION AWAITS YOU FSbMI v Gsalts EH A v re - hi i i ii r - i in ii mi 1 1 - - iiuiiiii iih; - frr No sale ever equaled this one for price reductions and varied assort ment. Our present building is to be torn down. In our temporary quarters space will be valuable, so we are Closing Out Our Stock of Fixtures at Half Regular Cost The most beautiful and costly chan deliers as well as the more ordinary sorts. Tie GAS COMPANY Fifth and Yamhill Streets M. B. A. social dance and Ice cream, tomorrow night, W. O. W. hall, 11th St. Don't miss it. Alfred E. Clark waa admitted to practice In the United State circuit and district courts yesterday and A. BAD BLAZE AVOIDED BY PATEfIT DEVICE Automatic Fire Extinguish ers Preyent Seriouf Fire at Lumber "Mill. IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE NEWEST IN WEAR ING APPAREL VISIT THIS STYLE STORE F.W. Baltes and Company invite your inquiries for First and Oak " " r; . Automatic fire extinguisher pre vented a serlou.flre,at the Inman-Poul- sen mill last night. The sawdust con veyor caught fire from a hot box in one of the joints In the massive chain that operate the conveyor and had it not been for the prompt action of the extincuianers a not lire wouia nave re sulted. The conveyor carries the sawdust to the large ateel gehenna, where continual fires are fed from the mill. At Inter val along the conveyor are automatic valves that open at a low heat caused by a fire and flood the flames with water. Hose No. S answered the call which was turned in at 10:80 but found the fire had been almost extinguished by me automatic apparatus. A rew rinlsh lng touches put the conveyor completely out oi aanger. xne loss win oe less than 26. SCOfrE KILLED BY COLLAPSE OF BEIDGE Quebec, Aug. SO. Th fall of a sec tion of a new bridge whioh I being built across tha St. Lawrence, five mil below this city, caused th death of a aoor of workmen yesterday. MEN And WOMEN ATTIRE On TIME H 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 payments. N. B. In Men's Clothing we carry the STEIN BLOCH, the SCHLOSS BROS, and the BRAD BURY SYSTEM. None better none as good. EASTERN OUTFITTING CO. zzszzsz Cor Washington and Tenth CLOTHING COMPANY STORE CLOSED ALL DAT MONDAY 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 SIS Suits that are worth ... $15 -$25 Suits that are worth $20-$25 Sole agents for Ilawes Union-Made Dats $3 Sole agents (or A. J. Bates Union-Made Shoes $3.50 Shirts, Suspenders, Neckwear, Gloves, Collars, Overalls, Barbers and Cooks' Supplies all Union Made. LAST BUT NOT LEAST ' 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. Watch the Union Outfits along the line sold by ' us. Outlet Clothing Company N. E. COR. MORRISON AND FIRST STS; AanrasKxvn. waSiaVtaa KEIUG THEATRE JTV Sundar, Monday. Tuesday tilfht. BpU Ti ' ! MaUn f7 inc ueorgia Minstrels r POPT'I.An rntnp. ninjr, 2Bo, 50c, 75e. M tinea. 15c 19a. oeais now Mlln at theatre. MARQUAM GRAND u none nam i.) Tonight and Remainder of Wk. ' Matin. Saturday , : ' "Til Carnival of lovV (A Delicious Cnmdy) , Y Trtrll Week rocc wEw-MACQaao ca ' Prices lfo, 25c, 50c OPERA SEASON AT MARQUAM GRAND Open Monday Ivnln, Sept t, with : aUMMSVADB. Matlna ftaturdav and flundav. Price. 25& 60o, 76c Matlneaa, 25a, 60a. 1f P CI A D Phones M. till Irlav 3IAK (Horn) A14M. iUi Tau wssa, Th a. B. rrraab toot Oo. pw rt "A SAVOXTXB Or TMM SOUTJB." w. T -.. ITfltlMll.Va flltUh daya and Sunday at 2:20; price, 10 and 20 cents. Every evening: at 1:15; price. , 10, 20 and 20 cant. Rnr at by either phon. - - The Grand VAUDEVILLE Dc IAJXH WZX2E or Auourr ae. A special mil or weaanners, twoia oj xtxzb itcastxt CO To Sif Zaatarm Stars, Three shows daily, at 1:10, T:4I an2 2:20. Prlcea remain th same. LYRIC THE3ATRB Both Phones: Main 4(15. Horn A1025. Week Commencing Monday, Auft-uat II. The Allen Stock Co., Presenting? "TaTB QIBX riOH TEXAS. Matinees Tuesday. Thursday, 8atur day and Sunday. Prices 10c and 20c Every evening at 8:15. Prle lOfl, : 20a and 30c; boxes 60c. Order laat by Both rhoaM. Box office open from 10 a. m. to II p. m. MULTNOMAH FI13UD Chapman and Morrlaon Strt. Labor Day, Mon. Sept. 3 A nOIT TO BLOOD, Two Modern Gladiators, Astride Blooded Steeds, in a benaatioual Broadsword Contest Carl NELSON vs. REID-MaJor R. F. Tot th Championship of th World. Under the Auspices of Co. 7, Third Regiment u. w. o. General admlaston 60 cents. Grand stand 25 cents. Ttokets on sal. at SchllUr's clrar store and Woodard, Clarke & Co. . Contest start promptly at 1:20 p. m. q) ASTORIA A taflTTM This thirteenth annual aqnatlo event will b to most spectacular ever held in tea NortHwest. SEPTEMBER 2. 3 & 4 Stllins Race. Land Bporta. Country Fair, Tlklaa lMRtrr. Noncmea will rrir tk.lrmort aaelrai tradition, la nreet kib and herolo deed of nlav. iooMwa jcip.si.na 26,0000 U nwk prlMM. T. will prewat their world fai SJENGERFEST AUO. 81 AMD SEPT. 19 Low rata on all rail and itwabwt Unas - .. ASTORIA, OREGON THE CHIAFFARELLI And his band. SI. Ceccottl. t th great Tenor Soloist, thla rt. (Friday) evening and Sunday. ff : Daaolnr la Favillon, W2ta f Praap' Orchestra. 3r Skaters' merry masquerade , i In Roller Rink Monday night, Sent. 2. 1207. V I 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 are tempo rarily located on dock at foot of Yamhill st, Portland. Or. Telephone Main 4219. Weber-Bussell Canning Co. L L MILITARY' ACADEMY' PORTLAND ORE'. " A Boarding and Day School for Toung Ma and Boy. Preparation for Mi lages, U. S. Military and f Naval Academic. Ac credited to Stanford Berkeley, Cornell, Am herst and aU Stat. ' Uni versities and Agricultural Collage. Manual train lng. Buslnes course. Tha principal haa bad 22 ?'ears experience In Fort and. Comfortabl quar , tera Beat nvlronmnta. ' Mak ' reservation - now. For Illustrated watalog and other literatur ad ; drs -. - 'o.;v. J. W. LULL. 11. D.. MaolMl: aaa Vwaxlvto. 1 VI S3 f OB WOMEN ONLV Cr. Saudroh'aCompound Savin and Cotton Root Pill . Th " t and only rl labia remadv lot I " - LATED MAa mKi day. Frio 12 per boa, mail n I wrapper. Soli btdnjfri'' ' '" Add?-.. Tri. PftRCal 'it mm.. Portland. , moat obtlnt caa- in t ' Di?ES5MAlC!NQ iWrtwalat wlta a apuity,. 9 W; . Isgtoa, rhon iia .