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'.t THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL ' PORTLAND, : SUNDAY ' MORNING. SEPTEMBER : 1, 1907. '
CITY'S GREATEST PARADE
fOhM l -p - v TV if--- v
"Labor Celebration Tomorrow Biggest" Event of Its Kind
V Ever Held in Multnomah County Clarence Dar-
dow Expected to Arrive Some Time Today.
X,bor ar h
iihor day - roessslon -will
move at 10 a. ra- sharp tomorrow,
and no place will be reserved for
any assignment arriving after
that hour. Grand Marshal Reed
advises all division to b ready
and in their placsa to fall Into
genera Una by tba lateat at
rJO a. m. . ..'
Head of column will form, at
Seventh and Burnalde. and . tha
Una of march will be Burnalda to
Third tret. alone, that, thor-
oughfare to Taylor, over tha lab.
Ur to Sixth street.' thonoa to
Burnalda atraat. alone th lattar
ta Seventh, thence to Ankeny,
alone tha lattar to Sixth, and
from tha lattar loAiaerr tha
whola to disband at Aldar and
Bavanth streets, with lnetruo-
tlona to marcher andflot to
kaap moving waatward alone .')
dr jtraat, - -
etween 1.000 and (.000 men
will b In Una, and tha parada
r should taka abou$ one hour to
.-- pese a given spot.
nenraUvaly apaaklne tha laadera
' ha vine charge of tha" big parada and
ienral Labor day celebration chdr
ulad for tomorrow threw away tha key
to headquarter at ti(H Aldar atreet
".yesterda afternoon until day after to-
y mnrrnw , A ftnil.niaetlne afaha.einftrl,L saw.
eommlttaa was bald yaaterday after-
noon, and everything necessary for tha
, 'J holding of tha largest and moat auecass--'..
ful demonstration in tha history of
arranged. : '
'."I- "Nothing -haa -been lef t-":ndorie.1
- tha way Orand Marshal Read put it laat
. evening. "We have certainly had our
hands pretty full for tha past several
- weeks, but think tha publlo will aerea
with as after tomorrow that we did
vvvrriuing iincuy uooraing to xiuyid.
ytrat interest of course will attach
. -.to tha monster parada la the forenoon.
. and that was one of tha hardest propo-
- eltlone with which tha committee had
t ' to contend. That It succeeded' moat
- ' thoroughly is Ulustrated by the number
of untune that will , take part. Out of
a total organisation In Portland of CO
unions- will be -represented In to
morrow's parade, and the sixtieth would
be out only ' it 1a ImpoeaiDle for any
. . jnemoare to participate, . .
' - Xow Kosj Will Karoo.
' Unions will march In tha following
oraer axier formation at the corner ot
Seventh, and Burnalda at reels:
...-. . First division, headed by Tomllnson's
' band Plasterers, forming on south aide
of Burnalda, head at Seventh street;
laborers to follow plaatarers from north
aiae or aurpsiam street, opposite plaster
ore; wunr- i rum mum siaeor tjurnsiae,
..head at Bight h street; tllesettera, from
north side fof Burnsida opposite lathers:
, marble-worlcera, from south aide of
. Burnsida,-head ' at Park street; sheet-
. jnetat-workers, from north, side of Burn.
. T aide opposite' marble-workera.
Second dlvlnlon, headed by Praspe's
- ' pand No. 1 Plumbers from west side
. or Ninth street, head at Burnsida;
bridge and structural Ironworker, form
; 'on east side of Ninth street, opposite
r plumbers; electrical-workers, form on
. ,.wet side ef Ninth, Jiead at Coach; line.
, . men, form en east s4de ot Ninth street,
Oltoslte electrioei-workers: nalntare m.nA
decorators, form on west side of Ninth
street, neaa at y uavis street; slgn
;v painters, form on the eaat aide of Ninth
and Clark' fair- grounds" la made up of
20 prominent labor leaders, Thay are;
W. H. Fltsgerald, chairman: . J. J.
West, secretary; O. J. Wright, treas
urer; H. L.- Stanton. T. I. Klchardeon,
C. R. Crocker. Harry Ourr. L. D. Reed,
H. W. Drew, V C Wells, J. R- Caasldy.
O. t Henry, 3 W. Warner, O. Bmlth,
Bert.Merrlman, 3. Saul. J, D. Crockell,
ledgwUla,D. V. BbaXfer, J. -W.
Thus, everything pblnta to not alone
tha greatest but the best labor oelebra
tlon aver attempted in the Pacifio novth-
west, by-the -Federated Trades - council
and . Building . Trades Alliance. It la
eonaerratlvely estimated by those in
charge of sports and entertainments
that not leaa than 14.009 to 10.000 peo
ple will paaa tha turnatiles at tba fair
grounds and Into Atbletlo park after 11
o'clock tomorrow and until midnight
Ten ticket sellers and aa many guard
lne tha various gates to both plaees will
be on detail and aa the general admis
sion Is only It cents it la figured that
everybody will get their money'a Worth.
Of - course the side atlractlone -on . the
temporary mldwav and dancing will coat
extra but aa one member of the commit
tee put It yesterday, "You can dance
your head of f for an additional quarter.'
JVlst of Breaker. -
Perhaps moat Important of tha events
at the fair grounds in the afternoon will
be-the addresses which will be delivered
by foreign and local leaders of repute
tion. foremost of them all of course,
from m labor standpoint will be Clarence
a. Darrow, who lately defended William
Mr. Darrow 'wrote tha general com
mittee several daya ago. that unless
pressing business detained him ha would
auraiy oe on nana to oeiiver ine prin
clpal nddrese of the day. He wrote
from Chicago 'explaining that he was
shortly to leave for Boise, Idaho, and
that he would be In Portland not later 1
than this evening unless detained on
pmaamg mar tars. in mat erent. ne
promised to notify tha local committee
haa been received from Mr. Darrow
Mince he accepted the invitation lt la i
treet, opposite the painters.
xnird division, headed by
tnent band -Carpentera, -form on east
" Ida of Ninth street, south from Burn
aide: bricklayers, form on west aide
. of Ninth street, opposite carpenters:
shingle-weavers, form on east side" of
rsintn street soutn rrom Ankeny; tailors,
. , form on west aide of Ninth street, op
... poalte shingle-weavers; cooks and wait
era, form on east side- of West Park
treet, sout n rrom Btarlc street.
Fourth division, headed by Prasne'
- bend No. - t Longshoremen No. 16.
- inrni on went eiae ox fSTK street nor til
-t from Bornslde. head at Burnalda; No.
. tti, form on east aide of Park street,
v: oppoeite No. ?5; gralnhandlera, form
on emttf aide of Park atreet. head at
Couch; shipwrights and caulkers, form
on east side of Park street, opposite
eralnhandlcre; freighthandlera, form on
. west aide of Park atreet, head at Davis
Fifth division, headed by St. Johns
"ty rnna reemdrtvere, form on west
aide of Rlrhth street tiaail t n.imaM..
bnllermakers. form on west side of
x-minn streei, neaa at coucn; machln
lata, form on east side of Eighth street,
opposite teamdrlvers; blacksmiths, form
' on west side of Klghth street, opposite
pollermakers; steam engineers form on
west side of Eighth street, head at
Blxth division, headed by State band
Telegraphers, form on west aide of
Seventh street, north from Bumslde;
i messenger boys, form on east side of
, Beventh street, opposite telegraphers;
- leather-workers, form on west side of
Beventh street, north from Couch;
. carpet-layers, form on east side of
"Bevertth street, opontte leather-workers:
garment-workers, form on east side of
eventh street south from Burnslde;
, Igar-makers, form on west side of
Beventh street, opposite garment-workers;
bartenders, form on west side of
y Beventh street, south of Ankeny.
, The general committee having charge
of the great parade and monster demon
" atratlon later in the day at the Lewie
Mince he accepted the Invitation - It Aa
exoeated that he will be on hand aa ba
" Mayor. Lane will make a few remarks
. a ilja jm t a-. .wa si haagf
BnQ Wwl5VsTfe I1W1 RtlVllunilOfl VUIVT
speakers of the afternoon will be At
torney W. R. McOarry.. Beneca Font a, W,
H. Fltsgerald and Dr. J. Wbltcomb
Sandwiched Is between the speech
making will be vocal and instrumental
selections by Miss W. L. Harwaa and
W. H. Drew. The former will sing and
the latter will play on the violin. Prior
tv lb evera4 -axeroUaa -which-wlil be
gin promptly at 1 p. m., Tomllnson's
band will render a ahort concert pro
The speechmaklng and concert fea
tures will ba held In the Oriental build
Ingvand aeats have been arranged to ac
commodate 0,000 people. The seats In
question are thoae which were stored
after the fair closed and are owned by
a oircua that exhibited on the grounds
at that time. , . . .
After the exercises are over the
building will be qulokly cleared and the
balance of the afternoon and evening
will be given over in tne Oriental building-
to dancing, i Tomllnson's orchestra
and uand - will discourse -- danos muaio
for the occasion.' .- i
It la figured ot by those. lieving the
affair In band -that .between. 16,000 and
IS. 000 will be taken in it the gate and
from the varioua concesslena. The total
Ate your best friends. If taken
proper care of will last a life time.
If they p've you trouble patronize
t, reliable optician and have them
Grinding f lantjnwindow
17- rcrti tlLCLllCQ.
amount may even run far in excess of
that sura. But whatevar it la tha lead.
-era hope that It will, be large enough ao
that there will be a surplus next
?ear with which to give a demonstra
te absolutely free, whatever the aur
Slus is after baying the various attrae
one . engaged will go Into a general
fund controlled by both branchea of the
unions and placed aside for holding next
, Would Bntertala Boyaily.
' Tt la our desire," said Orand Mar
ahal Reed, "to give the laboring people
an abaolutely free show next year, if
we cannot do that we hope to do so' In
yeara to come. We have done our beat
to make the affair successful thia year,
and 1 think we will get the crowds. 1
feel that wa deserve them and every
body haa treated ua royalty. Of course
our attractions will cost us a good deal,
but notwithstanding, all that 1 think we
will make some money on the affair."
In the afternoon one of the principal
features will be the athletic events.
There will be two gamea of baseball.
One will be between teama representing
branchea of tne organisations and the
other will be between the Trunks and
Brewers of the Trl-Clty league. Both
exhibitions will be on the diamond of
the baseball park adjoining the fair
grounds which has been rented for the
day. An entrance haa been cut through
to aha fair grounds from the. park, and
the price of general admission to the
grounds Includes a seat for each ball
One of the features of the afternoon I
will be a balloon ascension, and It has !
been arranged to drop a live turkey!
from quite a height. However, the
Oregon Humane society will have of-1
fleers on hand, and that feature of the 1
exhibition may be abandoned.
It haa been auggested to the commit
tee in charge of sports that Instead of '
taking up a live turkey a card giving!
idv nuaur oi u mmey migni answer
tha purpose Just aa well. The latter
could be dropped from the balloon Just
aa well aa a live bird.
Bay Bird Will Bom,
'That bird will sail the air as
dure as fate. Humane aoclety or no
society " said a member of the commit
tee. "We know lust where we atand
and we are not going to be stopped. The
law Is on our side. They -can t hang
us and the worst they can do is to ar
The balloon ascension Is scheduled to
take place at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
One of the night features of most im
portance will be the sending off of fire
works from a wire 60 feet above ground
in the hands of a alack walker of repu
tation. Another -feature will be a "slide
for life through lira"
Everv musical organisation in lne
city ' available baa been engaged and
toe committee waa obliged to press Into
service outside bands and musicians for
The committee la varv thankful to
Mayor Lane for permission to bill the
town In an adeauate' manner to attract
attention to the evente of the day and
everything taken Into - consideration
there does not seem to be the slightest
thing at thla writing to mar the day's
festlvitlss . and even the weatherman
agrees to furnish; a good brand of
"Bod. grod or indifferent weather
conditions cut no Ice with otir day of
entertainment," said Mr. need. "we are
all ready for the big celebration and
ahe'a coming off Just aa advertised."
Special arrangement have been made
in imve a number of handsome floats
In the big parade. Bom of the ve
hicles will require aa many a It horse
to propel them. One of the handsomest
In line will be that of the -Teamsters'
union. Clgarrnaker will be rather dig
nified and plan to ride In automobiles.
Bartenders have decided to ride In tal
ly hos and carriages have been engaged
for garment workers. - Perhaps one of
the best turnouts will be the plaster
ers who will march-dressed .uniformly
la white duck euitf. t -
Those Wke Will do. i
The Retail Grocers' association de
1(ed to close store tomorrow wherever
practical. Moat of the stores will be
closed all duy bat In outlying section
am will remain open half a day. Em
ployes will Be given a chance at soma
Bortioa ot the day . to attend th fea
vltles. s " .
Aside fraea -Oria -the-following mer
chants have agreed to close their place
of business aa day tomorrow: , .
Lip-nap, 'Wolf tk Co. Mnler Frank,
Knight , ho , eocapao;, in VelUnc.
,It a itrcnttooi time and tn irnoio woria.iiien d. Biiei:Dna ioyeDi-vDrpotB uvu "V
to rfot the old tov disconnected and sbY vup : oalnand there are so many new furnlsbinrja
.C -X needed to add to tHe Mreedy- alarmlnr expense -
The gentle folk of Spotl.es. Town, ' '
In great surprisefrom up and down,
For shouts of laughter filled the square,
And there a Monarch Range they saw,
"While doubling up with loud guffaw
A black man laugheM---ois3r-gleer
Dh lawrlvJagdyJook at met
I see myself in there," laughed Sam
Just like anotner son 01 nam.
The Top Surface of Every Mon
arch Range Shines Like a Wrror
jOf enamel or paint you need not think j
Shine -Monarch with Tdoth--. quick as a-
.The .bodies of aQ Monarcha are of polished steel;
-A doth maVrs them look aa ymi wish tn fcfil t ;, i I
BRlQtti ALL THE TIME
' esaa' ens " m m " gsm
; : Our stove-fitters can disconnect the old range and
set It up jt Ac new homejttj moderatecqst-unless
you'd likea brand-new Monarch, v We don't Uharge
anything for setting them up v ; -V "' ;i -l V
, For the. new fumlshlngsr open an account Ii will
take the keen edge from the financial worrlment.
took With Gas
m --if jiwi . - u in ujrw mt n a 1
i' Thk mekare A-aha lrnr
..Rang have added to their line1
. Monaroa oaa Attachments.
. which are sold when desired
.With Monarch. Malleable
Ranges. These Oaa Attach
ment are mad strongly of
malleable Iron and steel, rlvet-
: i ed together, and are of the
V asm construction ., aa 1 the
- range' and made to match It
perfectly. These new lmprove-
menta should be of Interest te
, every one building a new borne
: and to many who are using old
style range. . .
The large also Monarch Hang
with complete Monarch Oaa
'.. Stove attached, ail connection
' Medium slse Monarch Range
with , low uaa stove - attach
and set ud
Monarch , Malleable Range. IB
Inch ' oven, with droD door
closet and r-rr tiKffSCT
thermometer . . . . vw
, l ll ' We snaJntaln
- V ' - jtr- ' ; r ' ocgSOgia I mattraseea cheaper than we oan buy them, but be--
.i A VfV -' ' Ql' " - . ..... . ' " - . I oauae-the mattresses which we oan buy are so cheep-
"-jF-. r , - '-.... .' "-") I' , Lm tmaAmy-T---Ti-r'rlr:ir y mad that they do not-give aatlafaction to th nub
G-3','. --alr J nD ADV TATII tTfl . .hssassasMMis------i ------------M . Ifo. We have a large mattresa machine and would-be
Ji--iS?- ;-''iIDIS' lADawiVIl; , .....-- ' 7...;.rA-:.v....,r.,...r-i. pleased to ahow It. Ot operation, to- any. one. In this
. fjdt T larir number otJuMo-datej liUtrart; U4iV-;v' MtDDnDQ , -i." maehlne the fUllng of the mattreee I all placed and
.(jrW MMim vtiSS, "VTTww"t i -iV-MIIUtOKS V packed downln It proPr PoalUo with . heavy ovr
Iy jrS , t AU atses, ready made or made to order,..- i V iefoiw tt t put ta,B l?e....-i ,if.-i.- u -
1 WaLy-ra :.: I . ', .Rsss K ffirKrt'jSJ :::::::;::P - ; We Maniifactiire ftlattiwet trorn ;
,LrnkiSCT lt-- - &tet"X7 X I1.3a Up to 4530.00
C-J.u Jjj f M. -el'-ilrTor-, (ron 11,00 tt ....2oO ' ; '
' ' Bomereaultlo Davenports are 'T''j -J . - J 7. .
CA m mad with solid steel frame, TTTtTmLjl i . . r "fT i I H " " - - t)m-aPVti ,
f AVF ' and prlns; covered with thick I . "V 'infa "i-'"1' 11 ' ' 'T7si?9f
- .. , . .. v.W -.5 1- to th east founda factory In (wJa Ilk piotur Inohe In dlam, - MJ0iJhUHmEj 1 W.
Beater , w TX" f. I C t,,tL them he purchased a car load ilL-lfmnJtm'rtmtmAtm:-' . . ' 3rf-OoU. WV- '..
Milium iheet", 9XjT$ .J$ r? : . - M- ofabl at about -SlfW .howlng m b JuSfu'lflaft j M --.
Iron peater J f Tv 1 IfaM oisuat price. ,Thla 1 whyw. WW''' nl5 the hart maple wool 9tt .J f . 1 9
No, lto Clover Heater, Hd (SS...... - i off,r 'f brln- al fw-5lll",iVi Order! by mall must lnclud tt A?2'l.Z
ood '","w without moving It from the Large o 1 M -: . j vif i?H!Ifi!!'' lii-SIlll-sX-sV - I .Ks, :T . Whltf Blanket .-- ,UU
3ak Heater, for wood or wall, any child can turn. It . of Coatum- J .' fotti "'TZi'.'T . al-jli'" ' tn tii r n r... jj", n in
coal as low 9.7 KC ove? from a perfect Davenport ers from , - ':':JZ' fWr 'H11- t- "rT" 11 TT OomSartmt
Good r yis
v. M ' 1 1
Moyer Clothing company.
Pendleton, A. B. Stelnbach A Co., Olds,
Wortman St King, .Rosenthal company,
Roberts Brothere, Bggert-Toung com
pany. Famous" Clothing company, R. M.
Gray, the Bllverfleld company. Samuel
Rosenblatt & Co., Robinson A Co., M.
Slehel, H. B. Litt, H. Liebes St Co.. F.
A R. Solomon, A. C. Feldenheimer,
McAllen A McDonald, Htalger Bhoe com
pany, the L C. Hendrlchsen company,
8. Aronson, Leffert Brothers, Jaeger
Brothers, Abendroth Brothers, Ooddard
Kelly Bhoe company, Lennon's, Lion
Clothing company, Bannon St Co. f
program at PalrrroUAd.
Tha following program will bear
rled out during the afternoon at Coast
league baseball park:
Balloon ascension - and parachute
Jump, baseball games, running board
Jump, high jump, 100-yard and 80-yard
dash for men, 76-yard dash for wo
men, fat men and fat women races, 110
yard hurdle race, open to all) seek
race, three-legged race; spud race, to
yard dash for apprentice boy, 60-yard
dash for girls under 14 year, greased
pig contest, tue-of-war contest, open
air high wire performance by Professor
P. L. Dolan.
The committee call attention to the
fact that ail children will be admitted
to tha fair grounds tomorrow free of
charge. Parent are requested, by all
mean to bring the little one along. ,
Improvements In Brent-
:X,:-;aL WOOd., .-. 'X:.
' A. C Churchill a Co. are making great
Improvements at Brentwood, their addi
tion on the Mount Bcott line, clearing
Streets, leveling and laying water malna
Brentwood la subdivided Into one nuar-ter-acr
tract and many families are
tenting there now. Several house are
erected and others are contemplated, the
scarcity , of lumber preventing some
from building Immediately. Activity ia
beginning to show itself In thl sent Inn,
as it la in
Metsger sell diamond at It per oeot
profit, ttl Wean, gf- ; ... ;
DEPOT AT TAC0MA
TO BEAT SEATTLE'S
Northern Pacific Propose To Spend
' Four Hundred Th on sand With
tha Upper Sound City."
(Sssetsl . Dtfstk te Ta JTewnaL)
Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 11. Th North
ern Pacific Railway company last night
submitted plana to th city council for
a passenger depot to cost la th neigh
borhood of f 400,000, It will be located
oa Paclflo avenue between Fifteenth
and Twentyf first street. 'Th railroad
company intend to expend approximate
ly $1,000,000 in necessary building and
land purchases. Th total floor apace
will be greater than that of th new
Seattle dsnot. the orocosed Taooma
struotur containing 4,11 square feet
to 11.401 square feet of the latter. -
: hent. '
. -; . "'': .
IVota U That Addition Selar PHeksd TTp
Mapidly by Zaveetor aad Other.
Th Curtis company offering lot
In th Katharine addition, northeast of
Mount Tabor, at front fibo to ItOO each,
as per announeement in today journal,
Those seeking site for building or for
should peruse th la
peruse the large ad
and get full particular about the Irect,
With Bull- Run water, graded atreet
nd a ten-mtnut ear service, Katharine
lot will probably be In great demand.
The Curtis company office, tot Ablng
ton building, will be kept open evenings
and Sunday for the convenience of
those who cannot call during the day. .
Onr "Made In Oreaon" Goods 1
i: Always Return In Cood Condition
i eecaus mr are mad to travel. - Tn
- beat of Skill and mechanics are renre-
-seated In our product- Our prices meet -
. everyone' purse. Trunk from 4 to '
f25. Suit Cases . and Bags from-
Tom Credit ta Oood.
. Two atore. , .
1ft7 QlYh C T-I-IP7 DnDTI AMn TDI TIXIftT MPO Crfk ' Ki Third !
v wi . i m .f K-J. m y r aw i w mm -mmm) mwmm V ajaa at twfte . I
Near Stark-rX--X'X: Makers of High Quality Baase --.v;... Cor. fltj
rORTUOUESE DEFEAT K
..;.-:.. - r ' ,J- .- -;
-fttelted Pnr- by Special Lsae-4 -- Wlr. 7
Lisbon, Aug. tl. flertou fighting ha
occarred In Portuguese West Af rloa, - e
Mstceec'S spectacjea, L 141 .TTash, I cording to advice received today. Seven many month.
thousand' native harv been repulsed
with heavy lpss bf a Portuguese fore
Id a pitched battle near MuslL Of flclai
advice from there state that th Portu
guese loss I ten killed and It Inpured.
This will be a lasson to the -ntlves,
who have been threatening trouble for
Pendleton Wheat Market Blng&t
(Rpertai t)lintrt te Tti. '7mrrsaLl
' Pendleton, Or.. Aug. 11. During
enttre week the local wheat market Is
been slugcleh, and today waa not f
brlek as lest Saturday. The price f t
Club wheat ia still 70 cents, and lfla
selling, neither buyers nor sellers ik
ing any Interest. Growers are wspC
tor better prices. - -