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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER to. 1907.
Other Classified Ad
vertisements will be
found on pp. 18-19.
' NEW TODAY.
-'" ' i; " ' "' - ' ' -v ; V' v '
f We are "The Oldest Trust Com
, pany la Oregon.
- W have always kept faith
v with our depositors and other
customer!. - W have avoided
; doubtful investments and hava
' shunned speculation as a plague.
AVe have always 1 limited the
amount that we have-invested
' in any one security. We. are ab
solutely independent of any oth
er bank or trust company. . . . -::
; We Have Grown Steadily and
; ' Today
- ' With Resource of Over '
" ' -.....-. , '.
,-. -r .. -.. . .- - ;- " ' '"
; VYc Invite Your Deposits
On which we will' pay from 2
per cent to 4 per cent Interest,
dependent upon the nature - of
"therm cunt, s
Can for our statement and book of
- - - xxxV8TmATZ0n." . -
Portland Trust Company of Oregon '
, 0. XL '-Corner third and' Oak Bta. -'
? i Phone Exchange 71,,.
3. t. COHEN President ;
EE PAGET. .......Secretary
J. O. GOLTR A, . . .at.' Secretary
Fine Flat oE
: Site ;
Third; Near College St
rill lot, close In, being- Nob. 484 and
Id at. right among the hew apart
ment houses; present improvements
truig in good rental: can te improved
and not owner large Income; price only
. 14.100. Undoubtedly thla la the great-
eat read estate bargain In the city, feeing
aooxi ojaianca xronvciur nau. . . .
104 Sd s.
BBarnatda at .
Now am ployed tn the O. "ft. A. N. shops
or In that vicinity will do wall to see
us at once In regard to securing a home
at the very low prloe of : . ...
?art cash, balance monthly payments,
hla la a t-rooan house with brick base
ment, plumbing, eto; good barn and
wagon shed. Full-siiad lot, lt-foot
allay, some fruit, atreet graded, sawar
in, also sidewalk. . Jt is your duty to
your family, to own a home. Buy now.
, ' f- sea uusamm avb.
rm-MOK (tottao-b. ,
r .' Terms 9700 Down.
A new i-roora cottage and lot, 41x100,
Situated on the north aide of E. Ash at,
etween 18th and 10th ate. Thla la a
new eottajre and haa never been oeeu-t
dim. oo and see it. we can arrange
for the balance of the parmenta 'In
monthly Installment. . :
MALL & VoITbORSTEL
104 ad It end S9 a. BnxBSlde .
Albin Benson, II: Anna Anderson.
Jeaae Soherrer. 110 Gllsaa at,, II;
Stat Soherrer, (S. 1
Stephen T. Merrill, 401 4th St, JfrJ
Daphne B. Haverkamp. It.
Cupid Crawford, 1115 Corbett at, 40s
Isabella Clark. 14. .
William L Dalton, 4(1 JB. Oak at, 13;
jwarjons pnuin, sv.
Tonaata A Co.. florists, for flo'wara at
all kinds. It! 6th at. -.
Clarke Bros., Florist Fine flowers
nu iioraj uwignn. ibi mornwon sv.
Full dresa aulta for rent all alsea.
Unique Tailoring CO., o BtarK at
JdAX M. SMITH. FLORIST, 110 6TH
at, opp. Meier Frank a. Main 7111.
FUNK September II, to Mr. and Mrs.
John Funk, Lenta, a daughter.
TRACK September It, to Mr. and
Mrs. William F. 8 track. 400 Union
avenue, a eon.
LOUIE September It, to Mr. and Mrs.
John 8. Louie, May ten. California, a
BPOHB Beptember T. to Mr. and Mrs.
wmiam Bponr, sis m. iitn at a
ARSK-i-lleptember 17. to Mr. and Mrs.
John Warsk. 8T Mlohlann are., a aon
HAHN September 11 to Mr. and Mra.
George Hahn. 100 E. 11th at N.,.a
SHU HOLM September 11, to Mr. and
. Mra. Louis Quetaf Shuholm, lot Sao
ramento at. a daughter.
KKRNAN September 11, to Mr. and
Mra. Oliver L. Kernan, 1111 Boston
lave, a daughter.. -
MURPHY Beptember 10, to Mr. and
Mra. Michael ' James Murphy, 441
Hawthorne t.r a daughter.
MONROB Beptember It, to M. and
Mra WUUam Mouroo, ttl SL lth st,
t daughter. 1 -UNT-
September 11,' to Mr. and Mrs,
Michael O. Hunt, 141 14th st,
September Is, Oln Fook, Chi
vd 69 years, 71 2d St.; dlnbetla.
September 17, Infant Mo
v i days, at Boa City Ban-
rptember 14. Michael Jo
H, aged SS years. 11
days, st Baleui; gastro
HALSON Beptember II, Margurlta
Louise Hajnon, colored, aged 6 month
and 21 day, (04 Patton road: cholera
HUFF Beptambar II, Herman Harold
Huff, aged 1 month and II daya, 104
Ollaan atreet; dysentery.
)vaioii eapicmoar IT, ' Joseph
Walsh, aged ii years, Barr hot
. FUNERAL NOTICES.
8HABURO -At Aberdeen. Wash.. Sep
tember 17. 107, P. Q. Seaburg. aged
(I years. The funeral services will be
neia at nniey a cnapel at S p. m., Sat
urday, September tL Friends Invited.
interment Koae City cemetery.
LOST AAI FOUND
LOST A GOLD LOCKET WITH "M.
ij. n. on m eaiuraay night; return
at t Bi. laia mi., receive reward.
ijsT Tii.xrv onrvtrn coiuwr
" .ii. aaamiu.
anawars name- of Pedro; return to 421
ju. Lwvia; rewara,
L6ST MOUSB-COLOREb bEHORNEll
jeraey eow; rewara ior information
aaina; w recovery. . c Robinson Syl
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED THREE OR FOTTR MTHS.
--oenger boys wanted at one at offloe
ox im t-acirio xej. at Tel. Apply at
ROT WTTIT 'U.'UK-iri' rt. r.rr vrn'
uninm iw innrn anoe Duamesa.
17 per week. Qoddard-Kelly Bhoa Co.
WANTEDGOOD, RElLlABLE MEN-
to represent ana aeil to dealera the
producta of the German Stock Food Co.
of. Minneapolis.. Mlmi.- the... oldest and
beat atock food company doing busi
ness. We pay a liberal commission and
furnish a complete sample outfit to re-
HELPi WANTED FEMALE
FOR THE ASSIGNEE'S 8ALB, t
I0O more salespeople, cashiers, and
THB GOLDEN EAOLEv
Early Saturday morning.
WAkTED-Tw6 . 6iRLfl T6 Mk&A
beds, day- and even Inc. ItO and room.
Dewey House, tl H N. Id st
BmJATIONS WANTED MALE
NIGHT WATCHMAN, USED TO
steam Dollars: trustworthy:- oaa oo
filing; handy man. W. P., 65 Park at N,
IT . YOUNG MAN" A6t TlMSi-KEEPERT
has herd such positions on new rail
way work, etc.; 1b a mechanic, sober and
reliable. T-ll, Journal.
MALE AND FEMALE - HELP
MEN AND WOMEN ANXIOUS TO IN-
crease their earning capaoltyi ws
nave helped thousands, let us help you.
ENCB SCHOOL, n : ,
- I4H Sixth Street
FURNISHED ' HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, bath, hot and cold water. 141
B. Oak st, near- 11th st, 1 blocks from
High school. - "
FURNISHED ROOMS FOB .RENT
EXCEPTIONALLY DBR1R A B L B
apartments: rooms large . and airy:
fewly furnish edi first class looatloa,
14 Morrison. - -
. . FOR -RENT FLATS
FURNITURE IN ELEGANTLY FUR-
nlshed fla for sale or rrsjPajg;
HOUSES FOR RENT FURNITURE
FOR RENT NICE NEW l-ROOM
house for rant and new furniture for
sale. Inquire 720 Union ave. N.
FURNITURE IN ELEGANTLY- FUR-
ntshed fiat for sale or rent. I0 rarK.
ROOMS AND. BOARD
IIIH 10TH, LARGE HANDSOME
front room a. with or without board.
single rooms, suitable for gentlemen.
KITCHEN WITH RANGE, HOT AND
oold water, pantry and bedroom; use
of phone and bath. 11.60 a month, - III
Hamilton ave. Phono Main 6J85. .
FOR RENT HOUSES
SMALL HOUSE AT MYRTLE PARK,
100 feet . from Mount - Soott earllne.
Inquire 168 Bell ave., or 661 North nip.
PARTNER WANTED IF YOU MEAN
business and wish to ret an Interest
In a well-known real stabs firm, answer
this at once, - in-i J, journal.
GROCERY 6f6fcE AND t L6.TS P6H
aale at W. Portland, cheap. Address
g. W. Proctor, W. Portland. Or.
UU AND A dOOD HtfifLfeR CaM
secure half interest in bulldlnr and
real estate bnalneas; one with some ex-
perience prererrea. rt-za, jmirnai.
$2,600 A GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR
the right party; half interest in gro-
oery; well established; bast business
corner In city, on west side. 8-31, Jour
$1,100 RESTAURANT FOR 1 800; MUST
be sold. Gall at 8S 8th at
FOR SALE FARMS
If ACRES,' GOOD SOIL; t MILES
from Beaverton, on county road $700,
10 anrea. aoarter mils from Beaverton.
tiear Salem line; all garden land, in cul
tivation; house, barn and orchard
$1,600; terms, . ,-
acres, 1 mile from Beaverton! ' I
acres cleared balance easy to clear:
house, barn, ehtcken-house and other
buildings; lots of fruit $2,700; terms.
HAve lona: Hat of good buys. , -
C.-H. mi, Meaverton.
PArm: Tn ALftEkfA - iso ac!res
well improved; f or aale or exchange
for Portland real aetata, or Willamette
vaney term, aonrwi journal.
IW Acftfed "An Car" Mnk;' go5B
county road, to minutes from city:
4-roora house (new), outbuildings; will
sell or trade for house and lots, A. .C.
Gere, 424 Lumber Exchange, 1 to 4 p. m.
FREBi GOVERNMENT EaN'D Tti
. MM county; we can inoaie you nxnt:
also farma, ranches, timber and. fruit
lands; choice valley lands, irrigation not
required, $7.60 to 110 per acre: bualness
openings. , Drenkel to Paine, Lakevlew,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS .
FOR SALE $86 RANGE FOR 125;
. owner leaving- city.- Apply before
noon, September II. E. 48th and Sal
mon. Phono Tabor 178.
BUlLblNG FOR SALE, CORNER 13T1I
"' nil Marshall. " Inqu 1 re Magner. '
IRON BED $2.66,"srRING8 $1. 25, MAT-
tress II. so, dresser 17.60, mantel bed
$5.1)0. Anaty Prow , 828 1st. . Pac. 1070.
CARl'tTKR TOOLS F)B 8ALH.COM-
pieta set for nair price. - call Sunday,
ILK. KD-F RENt'H 1'IANO CKltTlFlCATfi
for $10 and Fliers for l"2, to ex
Change for little girls' - bicycle, 401
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR HOUSE BARGAINS SEU
Phone Main 1214
Or Sellwood 74.
11,160 New modern I -room house.
Cioas to oars ana sohooL
' 13.100 New, modern l-room house,
convenient to Belmont earllne. on beaur
uiui corner, - .
$660 takaa lot adjoining the above.
11.100 New cottage of 6 rooms on
Imnroved street. In rast-arowins: nelrh-
borhood, all la the beautiful Sunny side
Also a bargala in business property
situated near Taylor and lid sta.
BEAUTTFUXTTlbMB IN WOODkERE
lve-roora modern bungalow, front
room 16x24. larae dlnlnsr-room. station
ary waahtub, I chlmneya. wood-fiber
finish, tinted, ' closets, cupboards, pints
rati, eleotrlo lights, chandeliers, double
floors,- oement basement, with wood
enouah to last all winter: I full lota 60
by 100 eacn, nioe lawn, beautiful ahada
treea; nouae has been duiii aoout. one
?ear; one block to -oar; 12,100; oaa give
erms. For. thla and many other aood
bargains in real estate on the Mount
Boot t earllne aee Chambers a rtrns
worth. Take Mount Scott car at 1st
ana Aiaer, get orr at Miiura ave.
BEAUTIFUL. MODERN HOUSE ' ON
Park ava. for aale at tl.100; worth
From one . to five acres near to ear
Una, at vary reasonable , prices.
One acre, with a beautiful f-room
house, large barn, horse and buggy; all
zor 3,O0O, nair caan.
407 Ablngton Bid.
Moo Cash, baLan tii
for s-room pustered nousej large lot.
near car. pnone raoor 7.
L6ta nar car Line1. M TAxCM.
while they laat Juat a. few left with
fruit trees. Arlsworth aV Epton, Phone
do you Want an up-to-date
hornet Everything clean, modern and
aaafipfun nam ant hasamanti lannrtrK
trays; large, convenient rooms, beauti
fully tinted; gas and electric lights: a
complete - house . In every way. - I
owner, me Keroy st.
WltLL EXCHANGE t-Tlt6tl. Housed
and 1 lots for ISO-acre farm and pay
difference; must be good soil and not
leaa man ite acres tillable una. t
Arnoia at JQ., ibim Morrison St.
for saLH !i-R6oM" r66mTN3-
nouae, 81.290 cash, on 126U 1st st
12,100 20 acres of land, fenoed and
rafenced: one t-storv housa - ban;
acrea seeded to clover and rest easy
cieareo; aa give terms ana possession
Also 1 acre. 6-room house, all fenoed
and In cultivation; Co car fare from
city: can give terms on this: li.ioo.
Also acres, olosa .to Harney oounty
town! can give tarms on .this! house,
barn snd orchard, all fenoed; 16 mln-
utea' walk from DoatolTlce and near saw
mlllt $1,850.' On bank of Willamette
river. Address 126 A 1st st or call,
HERB 18 WHERE YOU GET SNAPS.
6-room cottage, all In good repair,
newly painted, good plumbing. On good
street good neighborhood; lot 41x110,
and not far from earllne. This is cer
tainly a bargain at $1,100; terms to
Another bargain, l-room oottaa-a.
flnelyflnlhed..,lot f Qxll0,eome fruit
trees; this Is a good chance to secure
a dandy home for one half Its present
value; prloe $1,400; $200 oaahl balanoa,
$100 par year at 6 per cent
THINK dF It I "1
Onlv 1400 for M aarea of Brood land.
miles out and onhr 1U miles from
railroad-atatlon. . .,
D. r. LB KhJVR pi-
Room 10, 141 H 2d at
TEAM OF WORK HORSES TO TRADd
for vacant lot. Call at onea Tkomn.
son dt Ogden, 841 Mlaslselppl ava
HORSES, VEHICLES. HARNESS
FOR SALE A MATCHED PAIR OF
bar borses. Clydea: well broken, kind
and gentle, sound and true; 6 and 7
years, that weigh 1,800; also two single
horsea Call at the Farmers' stable, on
Front between Clav and Columbia: In.
quire for jonn cainn.
TSAM FOR - SALE, - $i?i -i bLacIE
horse, weighs 1.460 pounds: l bar
horse, weighs, 1,160. Inquire at XL Clin
ton and 8th at4k, brickyard; and 1
single harness and road wagon, $16; take
f6r sale oo6d team; prIciS IM.
Call at 111 Halaht ava.
lawn ii sb.
TEAM OF WORK HORSES TO TRADE
for vacant lot Call at once. Thomp-
son at ugoen, e Misaissippi ave.
A NEW TOP BUGGY. NEW HARNESS
and a fine stylish driving horse.
If sold thla week, $120 less than eost
logt itn st. -
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
TWO FRESH COWS, PART JERSEY.
96 E. 10th. corner Washington. . Eaat
A SWEET-TONED ORGAN, CHEAP.
N. Criderman, E. 45th and Salmon.
FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE
WHO WILL EXCHANGE 12.000
worth of real aetata tn or near Port
land and $1,600 cash for a I l-room
popular hotel 1 in llva country townf
Be Thomason A Bailey. 121 Chamber of
Team of work horses to trade
- for vacant lot. Call at once. Thomp
son A Ogtlen, 84$ Mississippi ave.
PROFESSOR T. B. LAWSON. 11 1ITH
st, near Morrison, .Main 4663. Piano
THE H, C ALBKE CO. SECOND,
hand machinery, sawmills, sta 141
A. S. PAUL. ' ioo isf Hf-x coil-1
Plata line sawmill machinery; also
engines and boilers.
DR. LILLE BELLE PATTERSON, SPtV
clallat on nervous, acuta and chronlo
diseases. Office 117 Fenton bldg. Phone
Br. r!"b. i46RTHRulv"i$-i-iV tSU
kum bldg 8d and Washington sta
Phone Msln I4. Examination free.
tJR. CLYTHIE TtAMSEff; ST? MAC
m leay bldg. M. 1620- A-4741 Tea. M7604.
OGILBEE BROS, PRINTERS CARDS.
billheads, a to. Phone Mala Ilia.
14IH 1st at
PAINTING AND PAPERING.
P. A.' DOANB GIVES BEST ESTIMATS
for satisfactory work. 188 Yamhill.
MISS L. B. MAY, 108 8WETLAND
Copying deeds and shstrerts apeo'lty.
FOX A AJIt2r V-IpLUM HEHS,
181 Id. bet Main and Salmon.. Oregon
phone Main 1001.
toNNnuhTHa a raJtikmacher r
moved to No. t08 Hurnslde st
P. a STAMP WORKS. 241 ALDER ST.
Phone Main 710. Rubber stamps,
seals, , stencils;- bar sage, trade ebecxsj
brass signs and jilatea,
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
F. E. BEACH a COk. THH PIONKUR
rami wo. vvinaow gtaaa and giaalnaV
THOMPSON A OGDEN REAL KB
tats, insurance, loans. See aa before
buying. 14 8 Mlaalaslppl ave. Phone
Woodlawn 101. .
jTWooTLBEg. ngAL"KsTATIB aMP
1881. 146)4 1st,
SPHINX AGENCY, DEALERS IN
real aetata ana rentals. 106 Stark
at. main tit.
Uon. W. W. Espey. Ill Commercial
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS.
FOSTER A KLEISER SIGNS.
We have built up the largest alga
business In the city by first-class work
and keeping our promises. - Our prloes
are right 6th and Everett sts. Phone
THAT ATTRACT" PORT.
land Sign Co.
117 BtarK. Paolfle 161.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO. .
Street paving, sidewalks and eross-
tlS BARBER ASPHALT PAVING COi
or fortlsnd. Offloe 865 Worcester Mk.
TIN ROOFINO, GUTTERING. RE
palrlng and general jobbing. J. Leal 1,
mim 4viiraon u. . facirio 14ZS.--
- 8 AFESi-
PORTLAND SAFE CO., SOLE AGENTS
for Herring-Hall-Marvin safes and
Manganese Steel Safe Co.'a bank aafea;
10 second-hand fireproof aafea and bank
aafea. very cheap. Sea them or write
us. ii 7tn at.
DIEBOLD MANGANESE SAFES
Large lines carried, lock-outa opsned.
Jacks, Jails, metal furniture. Both
pnones. j. is. iavia, id.
SAFES FOR SALE. LOCKOUTS OPEN-
oa, autoa and macninery repaired. Co
lumbla Gas Engine Safe Works. 244 Id
SHOWCASES y AND FIXTURES.
SHOWCASES OB" p-.vtnv nimrniD.
ltea-tet"k,' bar, and etore fixtures
maae to order: 1 ne I-fUtlre Maasif s
iurins wf... rorutna. .
. BIRDSALL DESIGN ER: A (IT
T. . . i r. . I,.
tt inter ijumuer v.o.
(JIW1ND1ND HAND, -ALL MAKES,
nnieo, repairea, sola. a, u u, kjo
111 marc xei.
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER AGENCY.
phone Main 7962, Raleigh bldg.. Port,
land. Or. See the new model No, 6 Oli
ver, before buying a typewriter. Oliver
typewriters sold and rented. - -
TOW EL SUPPLY.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY COMB.
brush, soap, 1 per month. Portland
Laundry st Towel 8udd1 cv. Ith and
Counh sta Phone 410,.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
OLS EN-ROB TRANSFER CO..
Henry Roe. W. A. Cleland.
. . y. p. Bbeaacreen.
planoa and furniture moved, pacied and
snippeo. zu uax.su i-none Main 147,
riciiia ivoi. noma a2Z11.
C a PICK OFFICE II 1ST ST, PB
tween Stark and Oak eta.; phone 618.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
house with saparate ron room.
ana jiay ate.
PENINSULAR EXPRESS A BAGGAGls
Transfer, 147 Alder at Maine 1171.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 184 N. 8TH.
Main 88. Heavy haullna? and atoraa-a
IbEPENDE.Sjf BA6dArtrii A tRANft:
rer co. Btorage. 8Z4 Stark. Main 407.1
I M. A. GUNHT A CTl
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE CIGARS.
A FARRELL. PRODUCE
and commission mercha
St., Portland. Or. Phone
OREGON FURNITURE MANUFA&
turlng Co. Manufacturers of furni.
ture for the trade. Portland. Or. '
WADHAMr A CO.. WHOLESALE OR6-"
cere, manufacturers and comtnlasloa
mercha- ta -4th and Oak eta.
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING AND"
special timers, u. Kuvenskys furni
ture factory, 107 Front st
aLLen a' LeVvis, 'coMMissifit An5
nroduce merchanta. Front anA, ro.i.
sta., Portland. Or.
class wara PraeL Heaela A C&. Port.
land. Or. , .
LEWIS-STENGER BARBERS' SUPPLY"
Co., Barbers' Supplies, Barbers' Fur.
" . M 1 v-ii.il. i.iu oe murnmn.
Low Rates From
During September and October ths
Great Northern railway will aell colo
nist tickets from all eastern points at
greatly reduced rates.
XTsw Tork to Portland,.
1 a e s-A a P4rf,4
Boston to rortiana
Chicago to Portland
St, Paul to Portland. ...
D ninth to Portland 25.00
iuu otty to roniana. ;;
Proportionate reductions from ' ether
polnta. Now. la ths time to send for
your . friends. Orders for tickets will
receive prompt attention. Additional
Information on application to IL Dick
son. C. P. A. T. A., lit Third street
Portland, Or.. Phones Main 180, Home
A2286. , '
POBTLAJTO AWTJ PTOST IOUI9
S. S. "
Railing from Couch street dock, Port
land for Seattle, Tacona, Everett and
BeUlngham, September It at p. m.
. ..... BXOXT ...
Connecting st Seattle for Nome,
Golofnlnln, Bt Michael, Chena and Fair
banks with ateamers Pleladas, Hyades,
Lyra, Mackinaw, Ohio, ; .
Bchubach A Hamilton, General Agents.
F,. Baumgartner, Agent Portland,
Couch atreet dock.
J Phones: Main 161; Homo A41IL .
Weekly Preighl aad Passeng ee
; Sarvloe of the Fine Steamship
B r ea k wait e r
Leaves POmTX.AWD every Monday, asM
p. asw( froaa Oak-atreet Sock, fos
EMPflRE NORTH BGND
; AND MARSHFIELD
Freight Received Till 4 p. m. on Day
v of SaUlng. ;
" FAB Prom Portland, is&Iaaa,
glO.00) d-elaaa, $7.00, laoludiag berta
Inquire City Ticket Office, Third and
Washington sts., or .Oak-street Lock.
. . asBSBBSBBsiBaBBuasBaaaBsfsnBsasBBai
as His Majesty Does
When They Go to
' Marienbad. ' .
By Paul Lambeth.
(Copyright. 1107. by W. R. Hearst)
London, Sept 10 Among Amarloaae
who are not following the king and tak
ing cures which do not suit their con
stitutlons at Marienbad are tha Duohsss
of Marlborough, who la enjoying an
lfteal rest cure at tha Villa MacQa at
According to lettera received bare, the
duchess is looking younger, healthier
and in better spirits than she haa been
for a long time. She apenda tha entire
day ouf of doors with ber two boys,
one of whom. Lord Ivor Churchill,, was
at ona time inroaienea wua jung trou
ble, t -,.
Mrs. Borden Harrlman, who was a
complete wreck from nerves when she
first arrived In London, la improving
Immensely at Dlvonne, where aha la
leading the aimpla Ufa and living on
tha most frugal diet
Another well-known New Yorker, Mrs.
Richard Lounsbery, la nursing her hus
band -at tho- house- they - have- taken- -at
Aacot Mr. Lounsbery was another vlo.
Urn of tha atrenuous life, but he la re
cuperating among the Aacot pipe woods
and hopes to be ss strong aa ever
when he makes his next appearance la
The passing of the deceased wife's
sister bill, alter efforts which have
extended over 40 years, haa led te aome
amusing correspondence between coun
try constituents and their represents
Uvea In parliament
It was. In fact, the standing Joks be
fore the prorogation of parliament thai
a number of hen-peckeoTnuabaodd wrote
to membere emplorlng them to explain
the meaning of tha act -
One of the lettera, evidently from a
very much bullied husband, contained
the following query: "If my old
Becauea,''!? so,'1 ldraleig'et atutfTtRi
leave tne reat to tna coroner. -The
opposition to this snclent bill by
all tha bishops was regarded aa a farce
which will not ralaa the prestige of the
church. It la an open secret that sev
eral of tha blabopa who violently- op.
posed the bin in the house 01 loras were
hoping In their hearts to see it passed.
What Is known as tha middle class la
London has had much to talk about
alnca tha great autumn drama. "Tha
Bins of Society," was produced at Drury
Lane. Arthur Colllna, the artlstlo man
ager, had only allowed certain llttla de
tails to leak out about the plot but
he had a nice "row" with the authora.
Mesara. Cecil Raleigh and Henry Ham
ilton, concerning the ending of the
Mr. Hamilton, who Is a vary Irascible
individual, waa determined that the
lady-villain should be adequately tn
Ished, but Mr. Collins insisted on a
happy ending, and of course had hla
It may be mentioned that ons of the
incidents In the play ia the placing of
lumps of coal in a box to take the
place bf diamonds. This of course is
based on the recent ease of Lord Wil
liam Nevll, who Is now suffering ons
year's imprisonment (his second con
viction) for a fraud on a pawnbroker.
Another very up-to-date incident in
Ji, W IT""-II HI 4 iiiv iu.ni. ti iiinu
pet doxB. Thla la baaedon Newport ideas
the freak dinner Is only given In Lon
don dv a certain Class 01 Americans st
the big hotels.
Richard Croker scored smother araat
victory by having gained permission to
train nis norses at iMewmarset. ut.
McCebe. his trainer and turf adviser.
Is said to have been responsible for Ob
taining tha necessarr permit from the
Jockey club, which anubbed Mr, Croker
ao aeverelv aome time ago.
Britishers will do almost anything
and forget almost anything In tha caae
of a man who wlna auch a classical
racea as the Derby. Anyhow. Mr. Croker
nts. 140 Front J Intends to bring at least half a dozen or
"' liiMtijA I friends declare that before long he Will
be tbe principal figure on the Brttlan
turf, which be waa forced to quit for
There are hundreds of racing men who
thought then Mr.-Croker had been very
shabbily treated, and who will welcome
him ack to tha center of Engllah rao
lng. Mr. CrokepJa bitterly disappointed
that hla Derby winner orby will not
be able to compete for the great St
Leger. race. Orby la suffering from
an equine form of dlabetea.
Mr. Croker hag not yet engaged a
Jockey at Newmarket He la anxloue to
eecura the services of ths American
Jockey, Johnny Relff, but that lucky
young man haa Juat algned a. year's
contract to ride exclusively tn Germany
at a aplendld salary of $20,000 per an
The present ' season, which baa just
ended in a glory of hall, rain and wind,
has been a disastrous on socially. - Save
at tha theatre or some equally sheltered
place, society has had faw opportunities
of casual meetings.
The garden party, which Is such a
feature of English summers, has been
painfully wanting, for unless one waa
prepared to challenge influenxa, lum
bago, rheumatism and a host of other
Ills attendant on aummar clothea and
damp grass, promenading on tha lawn
was a dangerous nractlce, even on those
rare oooaaiona when tbe sun shone, -
The result has been a terrible ona for
those who live out of society's merry,
making. Great armies of waiters and
waitresses are among the ranks of un
employed, for tneir servicee nave Dean
but rarely neeoea. Tne maaers 01 mar.
nuees. the firm who hire out great ouan.
titles of silver and crockery, and, above
all, ths caterers, have all been helpless
losers of many thousands ef pounds.
Thev have not done a tenth part of
their customary business snd mora than
on failure, which ta directly traceable
Ho! For Astoria
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street dock 7 a. m.
Sondaya 8 a. as. fl rouad trip.
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Daily aervlce between Portland and
The Dal lea, except Sunday, leaving
Portland at 7 a m.. arriving about I
p. m., carrying freight and passengers.
Snlendld accommodations for outfits
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Ticket office 112 Third .near Alder.
and other drug habits are positively sured by
11 Alii ii.a. or aypouernne or internal nee.
ample sent to any drug babltne by LVaa
ma L Keo-u ar Dr re 12.00 rer bottle "
at yonrdrucKlat or by mall In plain wrapper,
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Mra. Evelyn N. Thaw, again came to public notice, as an art,lat
model, by dlamlsslng Maria ton Velthell, before) ehe had .. completed
a picture) which ah was commissioned to paint. The larje picture of
Miss Von Velthell and that on theeaael Is of Mrs. Thaw. Report haa
it, Mrs.- Thaw-abruptly ceased her poeea and dismissed the artist, be
cauie Miaa von Velthell would star at her beautiful fitter, in preference)
to painting her. , . . ; .: ,- --
to tha vagaries of weather, haa already
been notified. Tha season has therefore
ended dismally, and money that should
have been spent In Enaland la in a
spirit of reaction, being spent like water
In tha southern cities of the continent
- The Marchioness of Headfort, former
ly Miss Rosle Boots of the Gaiety the
atre, has sgaln bean tha popular fa
vorite at ths rreat Dublin horse show.
Dressed very ouletlv tn black and whlta
ewlngjq the dea.th.-of hat-huaband'aJbaii.
sister, she was not able to entertain, but
she was. as usual, stsred out of counts-:
nance by all those present
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the peerage haa become so really dis
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Rosla The women who at first tried to
snub her now grovel at her feet for
Lady Headfort, unlike the ordinary
Gaiety glrL ta gifted with wonderful
wit and Ta far better eduoated than the
majority of "smart women" la Dublin
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