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THE OREGON pAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, : SATURDAY EVENING, . JUNE 17, 1911.
KTCTl John Balnpolta, supported y
l.tock company, In A , wuuw
lil'HBTJM Orphsiira Circuit Yaods-
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UND alulllvan. Consldlna, Tssma-
vrli-tATJVnnfl . concert: grand
I ,n.r finartat ftufTinnn aVtld evening,
I First run pictures, 11 a. m. la n p. ro.
FOR COAST TRADE
SEAMEN'S STRIKE AFFECTS STEAMER IN RIVER '
Weather Condition. ,
An area of high pressurs 1s central
... nrt h Nnrth PaHfln ooMt. and
irly normal pressure obtalna ovr ths
utral plateau and northern plain
itee and Red River valley. - The prae-
r. la attii low over California ana
!. - ant int,Hnp iim Canada.
. iwntrai inm hu drifted to the
utral portion of the Mississippi yal-
ana nae causea iini w niuuiyr
vjr rama in coipraao, jNeorapua,
hoU, Wisconsin and Ohio 'and. ac-
mpsnind by thunderatormam iean.
a Missouri and Illinois. Light rain
a a ltk..t Ha at.
a ifnirrmn in Mann ib, aiuci v.
tehewsn aad Quebec, and thunder.
rtns in Nevada ana Joonispa.
ether la much cooler In southwestern
d Interior northwestern "r,fon 'n
lor western and central wesningxou.
nth Dakota, western Missoun, .aia-
ma and British Columbia, and It la
rrespondlngly warmer In southeastern
aho, Saskatchewan, northern Montana,
Urn Norm uaaoia, nunvn,
Michigan and in the unio vauey.
the Basin and northern Kooky moun.
J ..ntMi CiiuiIl tha Miosis-
pi and Ohio valleye. and In tha soutk
iL temperatures, generally, are above
Renditions are favorabls for ganeral-
ni the next se noura
thla district with lower tainpera-
Ires tonight In southern Idaho. West
y winds will obtain. '
F0KJECA8T TILL I P. M. STJNDAT. .
Portland and vicinity: - Fair tonight
Id Sunday. Northwesterly winds.
lOregon: Fair tonight tjunany.
firthweaterly winds. Y .
(Washington: Fair tomgnf ana ran
y. Westerly winds. ,
Idaho: Fair tonight and Sunday. Col-
south portion tonight. .
Olson . & ; Mahoney Steamship
. Company Announces Plans
to Handle Rapidly Increas-
Ing California Business.
Word has been received by f, W, W. I
Brown, local agent for the Olson at Ma
hony Steamship company, that tha com
pany proposes to buUd a steel steam I
schooner, . coating approximately I209,
000, for the coasting trade to operate
between Can Francisco and Portland,
carrying general freight north and a rain
and lumber cargoea on the return. The I
steamer 'will have accommodatlona fori
about 10 passengers'
It Is tha Intention of the company to
start construction of tha ateamer be-1
for July 1 and have her ready to aro I
into eommlaalon In about 10 months or I
at about tha time the material will be
gin to mora for tha Panama exposition.
. Tha ateamer will be equipped with
the latest appliances for the economic
handling of freight and aha will be 231
feet long, 40 feet beam and 17 feet
depth of, hold. She will carry 1,000,000
feet of lumber In addition to her fuel
and water baUaat tacks which will be I
m tha double' bottom. She will navel
triple expansion engines of 100 horse
power, two Scotch marina boilers, .two
eiecino light dynamos, wireless eauin-
ment, two cargo hatches and two seta of
wincnea ana derrick
vuson s aianony say that there la a
vast amount of freight offerlna between
San Francisco and Portland and that
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Judge Bennett of Coos County
Defends Jurist's Official
Extension of -Three Miles of
; , Track. Gives Scenic Dis
Plan on Latter's Enemies.
Record, Laying Blame for for tha first time to King's Height.
leomethlng like three miles of track has
been laid In the winding course of the
line around and over tha mountain. A
view obtained from thla cliff Is one of
the moat wonderful of the many near
The King's Heights Una Is to be ex
tended to the Catholic cemetery, two
miles beyond the heights. Here event
ually a connection will be made with
the Oregon electtio ao that pereons de
sirous of going Into Tualatin valley may
go ly this rout. A schedule Is being
prepared for the regular running of cars
upon this extension.
It Is the understanding, although no
official announcement has been made
with reference to this line, that In due
time a branoh traok will be run out to
wards tha Wiley Lewis Hydraulic works
on the Cornell road ana that tha track
from thla point will bo extended to
connection with the Willamette Heights
line. By so doing the wnola range of
mountain will be connected from tha
Barnes road to a point on tha eminence
above tha On n ton drrveway.
British tramp steamer Oswestry.
There sailed this morning for Ban
Francisco and Loa Angeles, the steamer
Bcor, Captain Nopander, carrying the
largest list of paaaengera going south
with the coming of the Panama axposl- this year. She had tto cabin passengers
Uon, shipping has several brlchiyeara and -0 steerage passengers. In addition
to look forward to. - . I to which aha had JI00 tons of general
HIGH WATER TROUBLES.
iaosorta raaaUy Wtn KeaWTh sev.
Ith annaual reunion, of the Boaortn
mUy will be held Saturday, jnne ". River Transportation la Interfered
ar the old nomepiace .i , WifK a-rlonale- at Op! 11,
. - - A ki. nmii u ini I .
SO. mniu.r v . j . I TT1.V. I- .1.. -i t,
mber or 350 res.ae in m. nnUw,. L..hk..- ;...;;"-
n of whom are expected to be pres- - I; " T '
.v ,w,. ... ..th.Hn, The nres- company s line aimcuit.
w m i ...-. -r accordlnao Cud tain W. R. ni.n.n
superlntflndent of the.llne, who returned
thla morning from a trip up tha river
aa far as Cclllo. At the portage he
says that only one car can be landed at
a time because mater covers the tracks
for about a mile. They have had to
freight Tha steamer Rosa City, Cap
tain Mason, Is scheduled to arrive from
Loa Angeles by way of San Francisco
this afternoon with 260 passengers and
2200 ton of freight.
lea of representatives from the east-
Irt branch of tha family will render the
Inline- reunion exceptionally Interest
lg. 'The orncera oi ne Mwraun
Kriatopher C. Boxarth, a pioneer or e,
l.Montr A. N. Wills, vice president;
" - a I -" - w s0 V IJBta
lton B Bosorth. aecretary ana Jo I reduoe the loade on the steamer J.
Istaeeum of ArV In the east room of
ft museum. Raymond Duncan will
leak Sunday ' afternoon, June la, ai
hw.k on "Greek SculDture." The
Ihiio 'la invited and admission la free.
heralntlnsa by Inness, Twacnrman,
hlatler, Sartaln and "other, oistin-
felshed American artista are aim on
Ihlbltlon. The muaeum noura, are.
ek days, f o'clock until 6; Sundays,
to 5. Free, the af ternoona or Tuea-
Lv Thursdays. Fridays, Saturdays
Teal because of the dlfflcultyln getting
through the Cascade rapids, and on her
last trip she carried only BO tons of
freight. There are about three boatloads
of wool to bring from the Snake river,
but it win be a alow proposition, he
saye, because of the portage.
ALASKA TRAYTJT, HEAVY
Notice to Marlaer.
Columbia River Inner buoy, PS. flrat
class nun, found out of position, June
10. replaced aame date.
Destruction Island Light Station In
tensity of light increased June 1, 1111,
by changing the lllumtnant from oil to
Incandescent olt-vapor. without other
Dally River Reading
Captain Talbot of Alaska Pacific
Company Tells of Conditions.
captain m. Talbot, general manager
I of the Alaaka Pacific and the Alaska
I Coast Steamahln comnanlna. la at the
IWllsOa Back From CWlega Johnston imperial hotel today on his way to
tllenn. aon of Dr. . L. A. wiison, San pvanclsco, for which place he wlU
ugglet at i0 Jefferson street, arrived loav- tonight He will also stop off
isterday rrom i-nnceon here on Ms way back to Seattle fn about
lere ne naa own in '---mo dava
IK ,H will peira iuo ,uiuw
Eugene . . .
Salem . . . .
14. 8r 0.7
Uon with his parwts, and return to . ; - ,m.
Um. kaaHtiMTM r ini rst 1 1 i ' " w ----- --"
tha office of United States Inspectors
Edwards and Fuller, 'and the Alaska
travel Is heavy. The San Francisco
steamers are taxed to their utmost with
paasengers and freight"
ASK COUNTY COURT
TO GIVE 13000 TO
' "Judge Coke hss do fear of the threat'
aned recall," said Judge J. W. Bennett
of Coos Bay this morning. Judge Ben
nett, who haa been apendlng several
days In Portland, la emphatic In
condemnation "of the propoaed effort to
remove Judge Coke from the bench.
"On account of the notoriety that has
been given to this matter." Judge Ben
nett continued, "the friends of Judge
Coke will Insist on the recall being car
ried out His official career in Coos
county has bsen entirely satisfactory to
the bap and to the cltlitns, and indeed
throughout tha entire judicial district
Just what Influenoe causes the present
attempt to recall htm I am unable to
aay. Z do know that it is limited to a
few people at Roeeburg who are dlasat
IsAed on account of having been fined
heavily for Illegally disposing of Honor,
and bo doabt some of the friends of the
man who was killed by Roy MoClallan.
are taking part In the movement. Judge
Coke's Instructions to tha Jury in the
IdoClallen caae, which seemed to be the
ground alleged for the recall, were those
already approved by the supreme court
of the state. It waa compulsory on
Judge Coka to give these instructions
In view of the rulings of the supreme
"If Judge Coke Is to be recalled for
giving these Instructions, then tha su
preme court should be recalled also. A
proceeding of this kind has a tendency
to belittle the Judiciary of the entire
state and will demonstrate that the re
call may be need to persecute a con
sclentlous official and to satisfy per
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V -TO rtTOBT BO OTTO ISO . 1
Tha annual meeting of the Trades and
Labor Congress of Canada will be held
In. Calgary, Alta., soma time In Sep
Portland Livestock Fair Asso
ciation Sends Delegation to
Obtain Aid in Swelling the
AGED MAN'S LONG HIKE
VIS JUDGE'S FAVOR
B. J. Gardner, an old man who walked
from 0urry county to Portland eeveral
months ago to answer a charge of set
ting fire In a forest reserve, entered a
plea of guilty by proxy before Judge
Bean in the United 8tates district
court today. Upon motion by Deputy
District Attorney Evans the case i
continued until the end of the term for
sentence, which Is equivalent to "paas-
lng it up." ' The plea waa entered by .C. J
M. Idleman, attorney for Gardner.
Some sparks from Gardner's pipe
started a fire In the reserve. No tim
ber waa destroyed, and a patch Of land
about aa big as the courtroom waa
burned over. Gardner had no money
to pay fare, ao walked to Portland af
ter his arrest In the district attorney's
meet the committee from the fair as- J office It was not considered that a very
A committee from tha Portland Live
stock Fair association called on the
oounty court this morning to ask for
an appropriation from the county
towarda swelling the purse offered ex
hibitors of livestock. Ths committee
consisted of C. A. Weetgate, C Mln-
alnger. Julius Meier and J. P. Poster.
The association propoaea to center con
aiderablo attention on the livestock fea
ture of the big exhibition and wants a
purse sufficiently large to call out the
best stock in the country.
It Is very likely that the county oovrt
will allow a sum not to exceed 13000, as
a recent law was. enacted by the legisla
ture authorising the oounty to contrib
ute to supporting fairs. The court Is to
Inceton at the beginning of the fall
Irro. Mr. Wilson was graauaivu
har from the Allen Preparatory senooi.
la is tajtinc ins reiuiw wu"
DIRECT SERVICE TO S. A.
(Continued From Page One.)
iKuste Sweet Music Pro feasor .can
hedelsberger whose orchestra , lur-
Isbed muelo for the hot urau ana
wers hotel haa been engaged lor me
aaon by Breakers noiei, omki,
faah., the leading coast .resort or the
there la no tax or port charge collect
ible aalda from the regular consular
fees for "sobordos" (manifests) and in
voices. All consular fees in connection
with shipments to South America must
be paid by the shippers, according to
Astoria, June 17. Arrived at (:26 a.
m. TJ. fL crtilHAr Rnaton. fratn Pr.m.-.
ton. RaMiwi t 10-iK m su,mM I ths instructions received by Mr. Laid
Special mention wm i Falcon, for San Francisco. Left un at
made of his solo players later, as
bon as he announces their namee.
Oandldats for lonool Dtreotor. At-
Irney Ben S. Rlesland will be a eandl-
kte for director or acnooi district no.
to. succeed Mrs. L. W. Bitten. Mr.
elsland has bsen petitioned by a num-
rr of voters ana nas announced ma
telsion to make the race, accepting the
bmlnatlon by petition.
Crystal take Park, MUwaukla, can
entered Sunday. July is, by jnvita-
only, , same, having beeen engaged
' that date by the Portland Soolal
irn Vereln for their private use.
I Sunday Excursion Caacaae Locks, 11
hund trip. Steamer Bailey oatxert
laves Alder street dock at 9 a. nu. re-
hrna S:80 p. m. Phone Mala 914. A-
Sr. 3. W, neahev will preach at Tay-
tr Street Methodist cnurcn sun aay
ornlng. Special musical service Sun
ny evening by Prof. Carson and choir.
t a. m. Steamer Elmore and gasoline
schooner wiihelmlna. . Arrived at 10:30
m. Steamer Aberdeen, from San
Francisco. Note Roto City will arrive
about lsSO p. ra. Boston wil leave no
aoout p. m.
Mukilteo, June !. Sailed British
steamer Suverlc, for Portland.
Astoria, June 18. Arrived at 12:80
and left up at 8:50 p, m. Steamer Alli
ance, from Eureka and Coos Bay. Ar
rived at 10 and left up at 11 p. m.
Steamer Thoa. L. Wand, from San Fran
cisco. Arrived Steamer Elmore, from
Tillamook; gasoline schooner Wiihel
mlna, from Yaqulna.
Tha, Columbia tonnage dues at ths
rate of $1.60 gold per weight or mea
surement, according to the bills of lad
ing, are assessed by ths government
This charge is payable by consignee and
bills of lading should carry clause to
At Esmeralda, Columbia, there la a
specified tax on all cargo except food
products, which enter free, and amounts
to-13s 6d per long ton or lore kilos.
There is a municipal tax of $1.60 a ton
calculated per 820 kilos at Manta, Equa-
dor, and at Bahla there is a tax of
81.60 gold per ton at 1000 kilos weight
of 40 cubic feet, collectible from ship
San Francisco, June 18. Sailed leers. For all Peruvian ports there Is a
Steamer Beaver, for San Pedro. Sailed charge of 86 gold, which must be pro
ai s p. m. b teamer jonan Foulsen, for rated among tha various shippers.
Astoria, June 17. Condition at ths
mouth of, tha river It 8 t. m, smooth;
wina souinwest iz miles; weather, clear.
xiaes ac Astoria Bunaay High wa
ter, 4:33 a, m., 7.0 feet: 6:65 p. m.. 7.6
feet Low water 11:1 J a. m 0.8 feet;
11:68 p. m.. 8.3 feet
XL JL Hoorhonse Company, Masonu
lldg., 185 West Park, closing out retail
ictures, frames, wait paper ana arusts-
lateriaia ixweai prices in me cur.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
That there is a good opportunity for
Portland shippers to work up trade with
South America Is the opinion of Mr.
Laldlaw, who says that there is a strong
market in those countries for salmon
and lumber. There Is also said to be a
good field there for American footwear.
With competent salesmen In tha field
there it Is thought that a good . trade
could be developed. -
Xear Br. Droit In the First Congre-
itlonal chorea tomorrow, 11 a. nu.
Jarner, Field and Grain;" 7)46 p. m, I
ck of Ages. . ..
Steamer Jesse Martins for Camas.
aahoural and way landings, dally Sl
ept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
lock at 3 p. m. "
Auto Stags to Tillamook Leave Port-
Md and Wlllamlna. Call ast 848.
mi i 1 '
VT. a Wise and associates, rainless
lentlste, Third and Washington.
Excursion and Picnic
To Multnomah Falls, Sunday, June
18. Refreshments, dancing, musto and
games under auspices "Socialist Party."
Salmon street dock 8 a, m.
George H. Hale has succeeded C C.
Turner aa master of the O.-W. R. & N.
Laden with 650,000 feet of lumber, the
steamer Casco. Captain Jacobson. cleared "."T "IT ZVZLV JST",V
sinuoo h0U-" th" m0TniDK TB"kZZ and KUoii
When she sails tonight for Tillamook.
the steamer Golden Gate, Captain Erlck
son; will have a full list of passengers
and a full cargo of general freight.
Captain Fred Lundy, pilot on the
steamer Twin Cities, plying between Ce
1110 and Lewis ton, laid off at The Dalles
on sick leave last' trip and Captain
Ralph Baughman, of the U. S. Engineers
steamer Wallowa, has taken his place
H. F. Campion, superintendent of tow-
aira anri nllotnva for thA Pnrt nf TArf.
ARMFMT WnRKPRS PIHWIf! land, went to Astoria last night for
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soctatlon Tuesday noon and give a final
report The large amount of road work
and other county Improvements thla year
la the only thing agalnat Multnomah
county offering a large amount to the
exhibitors of livestock.
However, ths officials of ths exhibi
tion were assured that next year the
county will donate liberally, as the
funds will be In shape to allow It No
part of ths money from ths county Is
to go to any other feature of ths ex
hlbltlon. and it is conceded that money
appropriated to the livestock pursa win
rreatly stimulate better breeding and
care of stock.
County Judge Cleeton and Commission
ers Llghtner and Hart are very liberal
in their views on the part the oounty
should play in fostering the display of
good horses and cattle. They contend
that money offered In this cause is well
severe penalty should be visited under
such circumstances, and .the old man
will suffer no punishment aalde from
his long walk.
"A Cm$roatlo0 Cuttodtam"
HI BERN I A
4 Per Cent
For the convenience of
its customers on 'Satur
day evenings from 6 to 8.
114 Second St
Cor. Washington, Port
Xalama, Kelso. .. Chehalls,
Centralis, Teooma, Seattle,
Bverett, Belllnghasa, Brer
Westminster aad Taaeoa
3-Trains Daily-3 ff
The daylight train, 10 a. m.
For busy business mea,
S p. ra.
sxobb uSrm xxpbbis.
The night train. 10:30 p. m.
AH trains from storlli
Bank station, XUeveatk and'
Tickets, slnenlna and oar-
lor ear reservations at dty
ticket office. 133 Third st,
and at depot
v. mono, o: w. t. a.
A, O. T. F. A.
ortland Printing House Co.
Book. Oat alas; aad Coauueralej
Bssk Blading aad Blank Book- Btakiaff, ,
3SS Taylor St. Phones: A2281, M 6201
Toalgat and Tomorrow Xlgtit.
Famous Character Actor,
MTRON W WHITNEY Ptmnn
Prices 31.80, 1,00, 75c, BOo. 35c, te.
Oregon City Boat
Sunday river trips, leave Taylor st
dock 9 a. m.. 13 m., 3 p. m Leave Ore
gon City 10:30, 1:30, 6. Round trip, 4 So.
Journal Want Ads bring results. -
the annual Inspection of the tug One-
on t a. She will come up here next week
and take the place of the towboat Okla
homa, which will go on the dry dock for
overhauling and repairs.
The 0.-W. K. & N. steamer Hasaalo
has been put In commission to go on
the freight run between Portland and
Astoria, to help out the steamer Harvest
Queen for a, few days.
The Shaver Transportation company
baa been notified that trie Hammond
Lumber company will have a cigar
shaped ocean going log raft ready to
he city it occupies a placs all It. own. LJ. S!!"
rom tha opening day to ' tns present
Bonneville, Sunday, June 18.
A special round trip fare of $1 has
en' made by the O.-W. R. N. for the
arm en t Workers' plcnlo to '. be held
ext Sunday, June 18, at Bonneville.
f pecial' excursion train leaves Union
repot at 9 a. m. Tickets on sale at
lty ticket office. Third and Washing-
km streets, and Union depot
Why Not Be
ECHO OF LAND FRAUD
CASES IN U. S. COURT
An old land case, growing out of the
Benson and Hyde prosecutions, was dis
missed In the federal court today on
motion of United States District Attor
ney McCourt It involved a small tract
of land held by Mollle Con kiln, the gov
ernment bringing suit to set aside the
title because the price stipulated for
lieu lands in California was not paid.
A decision In California holds this con
tention Is not well taken and the suit Is
Plenty nice, large, juicy, Yamhill riv
er orawflsn at The Qaelle. '
The Brotherhood of Railway TralrT-
men represents suo.ooo men in the
United States and Canada.
If You Have Scalp or Hair
Trouble, Take Advantage
of This Offer.
Ws could not afford to so strongly
indorse Rexall "98" Hair Tonlo and
continue to sell It as we do. If we were j
not certain that It would do all we
claim It will. Should our enthusiasm
carry us away, and Rexsll "93" .Hair
Tonio not give entire satisfaction to the
users, they would los faith In us and
our statements, and In consequence our
business prestige would suffer.
Therefore, when we assure you that If
your hair Is beginning to unnaturally
fall out or If you have any scalp trouble.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will promptly
eradicate dandruff. stimulate hair
growth and prevent premature baldness.
you may rest assured that we know
The Old Reliable
Union Painless Dentist
OT7 OF TOW PBOPUi should re
nt em bur that our force Is so organised
that we -can do their entire crown.
bridg and plats work In a day it necessary.
Full Set of Teeth SS.OO
Bridge Work or Iseth Without
Plates I3 oO to SK.OO
Gold Crowns $.'t 50 to B5-00
Porcelain Crowna v .fA50 Jo 5 O
Gold or Porcelain Fillings. .. .Sl-OO rs
Silver Fillings 50 to BLOO
15 Tears Q tiaras tea.
Boura 8 a, m. to 8 p. m.( Sundays,
9 to 13.
BATS HOW SZUXBO.-. .
VWvwwu m ajv
Phones Mala 1 and A-1132. '
Three Nights, Beginning Monday. Spe
cial Pries Matinee Wedneaday. .
Charles Frohmaa Presents -
In W. Somerset Maugham's Comedy,
. Cast Includes - ' . :
MART BOLAND ISABELLE IRVINO.
Evenings Lower floor. 83.00. 81. SO.
Balcony, 31.60, 31.00. 76c 60c. Gallery,
76c, -60c, 36c, 2 So.
Matinee, $1.60, $1.00,
Will Open Tomorrow Afternoon With -High
Claas . . v , '
Vaudeville and Photoplayi'
For the Summer.
Admission 10c; Children Under 10,- So.
Two afternoon performances starting
at 3; continuous evening performance,
starting at 7:80. Big free exhibition In
front of theatre at 1:80 and 7.
what we are talking about.
Out of one hundred test cass Rexall If Tt-ml -m nanfnl Ct.
3" Hair Tonic gave entire satisfaction un,un a-ttl WU
' Ye Oreaon Grille
As the most popular dining placs in i
has enjoyed the patronage of Port-
find's best, people. -Ths reason Is
pund In the superiority of Its service
nd equipment and its excellent musical i
rograms presented. This week Signor
pariuo, the - eminent Italian violinist
:nd his select orchestra.
;' For the; Beaches
Bars, baggage checked at your home,
. A O. Transfer company, Park and Da
a Main (980, A-4833. . Day and night
Crawfish! Crawfish! fM
Good crawfish today at Leven's Grille,
H9 Ash.) between
eat la dty. v
Second ' and -
cisco by the steamer F. K. Lefgett The
tug Dauntless is expected ' to arrive, at
Astoria tomorrow- to" tow th Benson
raft which will go down from Wallace
Slough Monday or Tuesday, to San
At 1 o dock this afternoon ths steamer
Beaver was scheduled to leave for tha
Portland shipyards to attend tha launching-
of tha gas barge Wakens, "which
waa diia inMak, nl,u at 1 nVlnntr TV.
barge will be used on tha lower river ma(J onl
to handle freight in places that cannot I HUVmC ADCmiT
be reached by ths Beaver. She is being -6rt.TT 1 iwIViJ IJL3. IkAVl
built for the Clatskanle Transportation 5tTRUST 0 f "
I , 6 BOARD OF TRADE BLD.
If, when you buy or loan on
real estate, you accept an
abstract Issued by a con
cern without the equipment
and ' proper ..facilities for
this work, you ARE JEO
PARDIZING TOUR IN
VESTMENT., otrm ABSTBAOTS '
MA3EB TOT SArB
We ."have :'v the ' equipment
that enables us to prepare ;
stracts and back of our
certificate stating - that the
abstract 13 reliable Is our
capital of half a million
dollars. This is your secur
lty if we make a-mistake.
What would,-secure you if
mo irresponsible fellow
one? . : T
Third. I Captain Lofs ted t arrived Xrom Eureka f ' ' ' PORTLAND. ORE
v land Coos Bay at 3 o'clock this monV '.. s . . .. i i sr. ,
under the most modern,
sanitary conditions by
skilled masters, in a
brewery as clean as
1 Rothschild BrW
In ninety-three cases. It has been proved
that It will grow hair even on bald
heads, when, of course, the baldness
had not existed for so long a time that
the follicles, which are the roots of the
hair, had not become absolutely lifeless.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic Is vastly dif
ferent from other similar preparations.
We believe that It will do more than
arty other human agency toward restor
ing balr growth and hair health, it is
not greasy and will not gum the scalp
or hair or cause permanent stain. It lg
as pleasant to use as pure cold water.
Our faith In Rexall "93" Hair Tonic
Is so strong that we ak you to try
It on our positive guarantee that your
money will be cheerfully refunded with
out question or quibble If It does not
do as we claim. Certainly we can offer
no stronger argument. It comes in two
sizes, prices 60 cents and 31.00. Re-'
member you can obtain It only at The !
Owl Drug Co., Ino.( Cor. ?th and Wash- ;
raurr amb koiuboi sts.
AT rOUNTAIN. HOTELS OR KU8KWHKRI
Original and Genuine i
UMIVU 1, Bali ski A4380
Oeonre !. Baker, Manage. .
LAST TIME TONIGHT. '"'
of the eminent actor,
Supported by the Baker Theafra Co. In
Richard Mansfield's Famous Success,
"A PABISXa.lt BOMABTCB."
Special summer prices, 26c, 60c. Next
vaudeville and Photo-
aTAIW , a loao
atATxarsB xtxkt bay
?s . THEATRE .K-2S-50-7$a '
Homer B. Mason and Marguerite Kssler
and their Company, presenting "In aad :
Ont"; Bousby's Scenlo -Review, The
Three Vagrants, Xred Kamll and Xls
Kids. Tjydell and Bntterworta, otta
Oladstone, Kile. E merle, Orchestra and
Pictures. ' '.-.
ATjXi THIS WEEK The Thras Xratons,
World's Greatest Exponents of the
RICH MUX HALT CXAIS EXTKACX, W lOWDE ?0Pyn?.tn?"A!,T?
Vl li V A AAV. A ai.ta vwyit ; -
20-a-361t Pbd St, Tmul On.
i Mala 153 A 4066
and agricultural Implements of all
kinds are here In the best qualities at
the most, tempting prices. Whatever
you . want for farm or garden you
will find here In the right qualities
that may be depended on to give rood
service. We have a very large assort-
f-inent and you' are Invited to look
through the stock... The spot for real
Hardware "snaps." :-
AVERT & GO,
. 48. Third Street :
Not in any Milk Trust
Insist on HOKUCIvS
Take a psokas bom
Trio, Paatageseope, Thomas
dally at 2:80.
and Company. Popular prices. Matinee
t.3 ana s.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
ITew atrel aad brick structure. Furnished at
cost of (300,000. Every comfort and con
yeoitpce. On carlines transferring all ever
eirr. Omii bus meets train and steamers.
Send for Booklet with map of San Franciace
GRAND Week Jons 12, 1911
Here He Comes I
Greatest of an He
Blssett and Scott,
BOtchel, Wells and
d KANSAS COPS
at. every day, 3:80 any seat, 15c. Eve
ning performances' at 7:30 and 9:15: bal
cony 16c; lower floor 36o; box seats 60s.
4 a aa wia w t p vuu a-' vnwi , , , l y
Foster & Klelser
High Grade Commercial and Electrl
XMt Tth and Bast Bverett SU. -Phones
East 1113 1 B-8394.
JTTanM ,od bsutmi th ask.
1 FmMotoe ft lniarmnl pwrtk.
j Frrn rails to BMtore GTy
I Hair to -itm Yoatbrtil Color.
Cim tet'p dimM a btr fkUca.
' -. nt t.,l at TTM-.t,
I Motion Pictures
MAUAA1E OTH IC, Soprano. ,
MISS D'ELROY", Violinist. ' , "
Admlsnion 10c; Private Box 38o
GREAT AMUSEMENT RESORT
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Jt" Open. Dally 10 A, M. to 11 1, L
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