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monster German guns, which recently tlie army. This afternoon I went thru
bombanled Paris, and there is not several old churches and their beauty is
indiwcribablv. I saw relics which have
much to fear from that source.
Hear Mother:—I am writing in a lit
been in existence since Home waa in
Our school training is nearly finished power. I drove down the Champa Rly
tle cafe having just finished with a
lunch of bread. cheese and cider (pain and I expect to rejoin the regiment aasa, saw the Pantlieon, an obelisk, the
fromage et cidre). Pastries of any kind toon for active training. Nothing could Invalides, Louvre. Kittle Tower, Seine,
are hard to get. I had a wry good please me more, as 1 swm to want to be Cluny l*alace and Museum. Homan
meal this noon, the American army always on the move. Just think. I have walls, footwear of Napoleon, Mane An
been in Hie army a year, tiio it scarcely
ears are far from bed.
toinette and Popes, and many other
seems that long to me.
places and things too numerous to men
Later—I am at last allowed a pass to
Well. I have arrived safely baca at tion now.
Paris to get my teeth tiled and I shall
camp after one of the most enjoyable
11 is great to Iw back with the regi
make good use of my extra time
I saw the damage done by one of the sightseeing tours since I have been in ment and taste real American grub
again. No French army stuff in mine if
I can have a say in the matter.
1 have been practicing wireless with
Corporal Ijames lately, lie is making
a specially of it Al the school my
grades were as high as anyone’s else and
1 can now drive a ttuck or tractor.
Today the company Isvame null«»*,
and a detail was formed who got busy
with a pair of clippers. Nisslless to say
A few doors with 2 upright panels and one tlat panel on top
there are only about a dozen who can
Regular price, $3.50. Special $2.00
brag about their hair and they know it
isn't sati^to do so. 1 had an extra spec
Regular $1.75 Four panel doors. Special $1.00
ial job done on me, so I find it conven
ient to wear the trench cap you sen» me.
Yea, we gel pretty good reports of the
We specialise in »ash and doors, glass. paints. oil. finish lumtx*r and wool
fighting ’Some of the wireless students
pick up a lot of news from the big sta
G. A. MORRISON LUMBER CO.
tions, and the New York Herald has a
Tremont Station. ML Scott car line
daily European edition.
I 1 just received my laundry and I wish
LINTS BOY WRITES HTOM TRANCE.
U. MORRISON LUMBER COMPANY
Specials On Doors This Week
SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES
Instruction In htvt Wheatless Dishes
In an eudeavor to instruct Portland
housewives further into the making of
wheatless dishes and a proper know)-
edge of substitutes, Mrs F. S. Myers,
Multnomah county superintendent ol
t he food administration, has arranged
to open a |>ermanent demonstration
booth in the New Central Market at
Fourth and Yamhill stleets. The b<s>th
o|>ened Monday morning with Mrs. F.
A. Percy and Mrs A. F. Poley in
TALK OVER TOWN
PERSONALITY IN SUITa
Made to fit any figure
Ijtdy or Gentleman
at Chester’s Barber Shop
FABRIC and WORKMANSHIP 6UARNTEED
Old Halts Cleaned, Press«!
with the electric dippers
F. F. EHRLICH
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in the Liberty Loan and all other patriotic drives. We are proud of Portland, ami our pride in Mnta has lieen proven
by the erection of our store. Our customers sav the store is also something to !>e proud of. If vou are not a customer
you are cordially invited to give us “the once over,” not once only, but very often.
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it sticks a couple of inches above tlie
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lleyting. Phone Tabor 3M»
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by the rock and scrubs the clothes on It
with a brush and soap. They don’t USS
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hot water but they gel tlie clothes clean
just the same.
Dr. Ps M. Brook»
Kudosed is a picture in the new hel
Mt Orsgoitlan Hulkllng
met, mads by Henry Ford. I’ll send
Prepare lor Winter, get your
you a snap shot of our new overseas
Specialist In Surgery
ca|>a and let you ws< how foolish the army
has us looking now. Even tlie French
I'honst TAHUH IMS
girls laugh at US and they are used to
some pretty outlandish styles of French
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Now is time to put up your eggs
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