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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1921)
Films, Foto Supplies
Finishing and Free
Japanese Adventurer Thriven on Ouch
Peril« an Might Wall Daunt
K van the Bra vent.
JuJIro Wada ban always played a
lone hand. Up and down the northern
frittgea of civilisation he ha* pioneered
for 30 years. lie has be«« In the thick
1. Films Eaatman anti Defender.
ut every gold rush from the Klondike
2. Foto Supplies Paper, develop
Io llanaon Creek, lie In an expert
er. hypo. Hr.
iraptwr, hunter, cook, pros|>ector and
3. Finishing The equal of any
dog team driver. Front Athabasca to
and auperior to many.
the mouth of the Mackenale, all old-
4. Free- Each day our dark room
will «elect the bort negative
tintera know the little yellow wilder*
appearing during the day and
make a 10-lnrh enlargement
Noon after the dlacovery of a gusher
free of rharge.
wail at Fori Norman laat fall, winter
firing your foto work to
closed the trails to the new oil
bonanza on the Mackenale. But It did
not »but out JuJIro Wada, tee and
snow and hnwllng bl<«x«rda have no
terrors for hint. Employed by Van
couver cartalists to go to Fori Nor-
tnan and etake claims for them, he
«truck out tor Peace river with a team
ot dogs In the deed of winter. For
ita all right or your money bark
l.ltai tidies he mushed alone through
the fruaen, wolf haunted eolltudea,
«tn bed hla rial tun and came back
Bertha Louise K issuer
acroea the n>nw to Peace river.
Teacher of Piano
Now be haa b.en employed by a
SUMMER CLASSES BEGINNING New York syndicate to go to the top
of the world on a hunt for gold. A
tj-Minule Leesons fl
Pupil of Lillian Jeffery« Petri
rumor haa long been bruited slxiut the
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4710 f>2nd St. 8. E. arctic that llerachel Island oncrala
rich gold deposit*. The little Jap will
soon leave for the north prepared to
spend at least a year on thia thunder-
riven. desolate rock In the arctic seas.
If he uncovers treasure, there will be
no delay tn bringing out samplea. No
Cor. 92nd and Woodstock Ave.
matter If It In *0 degree* below. Jnjlro
Wada will harness up hla malamutea
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and break trail back toward civUlaa-
tton. Tt.at'a hla way.
a. j. oxoNNoa
_____ A. <’. CON LEE. Prop.
N. W. Cor. 92d ami Foster Roud
Service Given Day
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
Enablea U* to Hold Funeral*
at a Minimum Expense
When Ton Want to Move
and Express Auto Truck
“No Sign too Large or too Smail”
Globe Sign Co.
Phone Col. all
7lJ Burlington St.
OrrfM l Higher Initltation of
„ m —.
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
You will hear liachinaninoff exactly aa he plays. Then listen to him at
he sounds on a talking-miu-hine.
Die New Edison ia ao different from all talktng-machinae that Mr. Edison
has offefrd tS cash prises, totaling SI 0,000, for phraaro that will best dis-
tinguish the New Edison front talking-tnachinro. Ask
for folder, giving full particular«.
If von <lo not own a New Ediaon, fill out and mail,
orbring, the coupon «nd we will loan you an inatrument
on three days free trial. Having a New Ediaon will
give you idea« for phra«ex to submit in the contest
Act quickly—contest closes September Sod.
Cor. 92nd and Foster Road
L. A. BARKER, Prop.
DR. A. G. ATWOOD
Rooms 4 and 5, Yott Bldg.
9207 Foster Road
DR. A. C. LUNDBE1G
Lawn Mower», Hose, Accessories
fiOl.-i 92d ST.
arroMMsr at law
Lent* Office: 9133 Foster Road.
Auto 646-26, 7 to 9 p.m.
KING AND QUEEN OF GREECE
J. HUNT HENDRICKSON
Camp No. 11650, Modern Woodman
of America.. Meets every second and
fourth Wednesday of each month at
Woodmere Hall, 7630 60th Ave. S. E.
F. B. VOLTS, Clerk.
P. G. Wilson
K. C. Wilson
WULbON’S AUTO SEKV1CE
AU Work Guaranteed anti Done* a*
Lowest Possible Prices
Vour SaUsfaettoa-Our Advertlse-mcat
5919 82nd SL S. E.
LAUER REALTY CO.
CITI PROPERTY and FARMS
aois TXnd Street
KERN PARK REALTY
t-.Vl FOSTER ROAD
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
I-arms and Acreage.
Loans. Rentals. Notary Public
Res. 4822 90th St.
Stand Phone MareliaU
ML Scott Transfer Co.
J. 8. Miller, Prop.
Piano and Furniture Moving
Baggage and Express
Dally Trips to Mt Scott and Lenta
AgL for Rock Springs and King Coal
Stand: First and Taylor
Pure House Paint
Cottage and Bungalow- Pain
5 Gal. Can, $2.50
1 Gol. Can, $2.60
White 10c higher
Plaster Wall Board, 5c a Foot
PIDCOCK & HAZEL
145 1st St.
Phone Main 6978
See CitKRTER A G boros ’
C. A. NORWOOD
5907 Foster Rd, Portland
In Business 30 Years
Pioneer H ood Sawver
Phone Tabor 3392
THE SAW with the RED TOP
For infmm81MH» wrrt« to the Rptittrer
9207 Foster Road
HOWARD P. ARNEST
Pkotugrapb b, intern al lonal.
Fight School«: Seventy Department!
Oregon Agricultural College
9207 Foster Rd., cor. 92nd.
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
HU TERM OPENS SEPT. 19. 1921
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
ijiear Rachmaninoffon the
Economy Furniture Store
Cement Contractor i
Phon* 625 23
In reality, it is an invitation to talking-
machine manufacturer* to record Rachmaninoff in the selections
that he has recorded for the New Edison.
We fear that they will not dare this deadly parallel,—but,
since Rachmaninoff has recorded other selections for talking-ma
chines, you can draw your own parallels. Simply come here and
, , j,,, as
Athena, Greece.—The wonderful
work done by the Near East Relief
organization in saving the live« of
ten* of thousands of Christiana
throughout Asia Minor and Trans
caucasia haa received signal recogni
tion bi praise bestowed by Queen
Sophie of Greece In a cablegram dis
patch by the Greek sovereign to Dr.
James L. Barton, Chairman, and
Charles V. Vickrey, Secretary, of the
BICYCLES & SUPPLIES
Even thnt sedate, historic pile, the
Museum of the Louvre, ha» not es
caped the effects of the “prejiaratlou"
which all Faris haa b*« n undergoing
tor tlte reception <rf the American tour
It was decided some time ugo
that the old method of hanging the
pictures according to their merits and
according to tit« lighting effect de
aired waa too haphazard and too prone
to coofuse the visitor who »at unfa
miliar with the old works, the'r je-rlod
Some one suggested
“standardization." There was a bowl
from the French press, which shrank
from the thought of toothing even a
picture cord In the famous gallery, but
the thought was advanced that If the
coming thousands of American visit
ors to Parts were to property enjoy
the pictures they should be pr<*t«erly
classified according to their period and
school. This has been done, anti now
one passes through the big rooms as
one might a department store. Hen-
are works of the early Italian paint
ers, here those of ttve Italian renais
sance, there those of the early Flem
ish school and there the pnslucta of
early Spanish genius.
of course, Is a «acred rite. Now it's a
rite simplified, standardized uud some
what eteretitj jted.
which require strong light are almost
tn the dark, and others which would
benefit by a somber surrounding suf
fer a glare.
The guide «alls this a
Despite It the
Louvre remains a rare treat.—World
Office Phone 616-10
Cable« Thank* for Christian
Lives Saved in “Beautiful
Work” of Mercy
the, deadly pa
- - -
Pictures In Museum of ths Louvre
"Standardized" With Idea ef
A. 0. Kenworthy & Co.
CHANGE MADE FOR TOURISTS
LAUDS WORK OF
NEAR EAST RELIEF
Near East Relief organization, 1
Madison Ave., New York City. Her
CANDIDATE GOT ONE VOTE
“IVeepljr touched your great kind-
The common peanut is the source
nest towards Greek war sufferers in
of a new substitute for milk which
Humiliating Practical Joke Played on
Straits Area and .Asia Minor. Thank
ao closely resembles Its prototype
you all moat sincerely.
Italian Who Had Made Himself
that It lurus sour and curdles, pro
duces buttermilk when churned and
' At the same time, the Greek queen
sent her check to Dr. Barton, Chair
may be made Into cheese, says the
Sol let tor
man of the Near East Relief Commit
The flavor, tn
Italy, t>esl»lM being a poet. la al*« a
tee, for 1,000 franca as a contribu
which the nut characteristically per
bombastic meddler In political matters.
tion to wbat she termed the ‘‘beauti
sists. la declared to be practically Ita
Because at this It was arranged by a
ful work" of feeding, clothing and
only |«olnt of variance with cow's
party ut Jokers to bring him forward
housing the more than 110,000 little
aa a candidate for the polls. The elec milk. The new lacteal product orig
children who have come under the
inated In the laboratory of an Amer
care of the Near East Relief during
toral cutuinltlee was duly constituted
the past year.
ican university where the peanut ker
and Gandolfl'a name was entered on
Besides Queen Sophie, Admit *1 P.
nels are converted Into four times
the governiueut lists.
Coundouriotia. of the Royal Hellenic
The unlucky solicitor waa forced their volume of milk, varying from 4
Navy, who waa regent of Greece fol
during the fortnight to do hla own can to H per cent In fat content and from
lowing the death of the late King
vassing and to drive about from vll-
Confidence in the doctor is the best
Alexander, on October 25, last, has
cogt of [iryductliui Is said to ix- con- part of the prescription.
laxa tn vlUaur dullv.-rl»« .pewhe«
also cabled to expreea the gratitude
of the Greek people for the aid fur
nished the Chrictlan populations of
Turkey by the Near East Relief.
More than *120,000.00 was raised
among the Greeks of the United
States, tn two weeks, and sent to the
Near East by the Near East Relief,
to be used in helping the widows and
orphans rendered destitute by the
continuation ot disturbed conditions
in the former Ottoman Empire. The
Get Mj Prices and Save Monej
funds of the Near East Relief are
gathered by private subscription not
only among Americans, but among
OTTO HECKEL, Cor.55lh Aie.. S.E.&, II IthSt the Armenians and Greeks in the
United States, whose countrymen in
Turkey and Transcaucasia have been
through Indescribable suffering.
In an official report to Charles V.
Vickrey, General Secretary of the
Near East Relief, Miss Glee Hastings,
of Spencer. Iowa, describee the piti
E. R. BRADBURY
able condition of tens of thousands
of homelees, starring, half-naked
refugees, driven from their homes In
the war area, and huddled in stables
<5337 Foster Road
Portland. Ore. I and out-houses, or on the bare
— ground, for lack of shelter.
"Most of the refugees are country
people with almost nothing except
the clothes on their backs, stupefied
J. D. MCFARLANE
and dazed by their misfortunes.
Bread is given only to women and
children at the rate of one-half loaf
for a person, each day. The milk is
reserved for the babies and sick. The
refugees ait around, huddled up
against the walls—women with dull,
sad faces, little children that are blue
and pinched with the cold, and too
miserably lifeless to cry. 'One family
of five sleeps at night on a bare stone
floor, under one thin, ragged half
cotton blanket. In one room several
5231 Fortieth Ave, S. E.
women are wasting away with tuber
j N------------------------------------------ culosis; In another are some severe
eye cases. Including two young blind
girls, who have no one in the world
to care for them. The overflow from
We are Headquarters for
these buildings live in a wooden shed
with the walls and floors gaping with
holes where the wood has rotted
away and in tents improvised from
rags and pieces of carpet.”
AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES .
A nation-wide appeal is being
made to carry on this work, checks
I Bicylcle Tires, each. ... $2.75
to be sent to Cleveland H. Dodge.
Rubber Pedals, pair .... 1.60
Treasurer, 1 Madison Avenue, Now
Homa, each..................... 1.00
EAD Mr. Edison** letter to Rachmaninoff, the famous
Mt. Hood Icc Cream Parlor
5802-4 92nd 8t_
Bey Scouts Aid Birds.
The birds In the ueighlMtrhood of
St Louis have had their bousing prob
lems reduced to lowest terms by the
act af the boy scouts of Ht. I>«ula. who,
as a result of a contest, provided 2Jh<9
well-built bird houses, which have
been placed In the public parka and
The winning troop
turned out 661 bird hour-«-«. The
scout executive writes that much In
terest was roused locally, not only In
the bouae building which it Is pro
posed to make an annual good turn
event, but also In the scouts them-
NOTH E TO CREDITORS
In the Circuit Court of the State
of *)reg<-n for the County of Mult
nomah, Probate Department.
Notice is hereby given that the un-
deraigned, Max Bcrgner, has b«en
ap|x>intc«l by Honorable John Mc-
C«»urt. Jmlgu of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon, for the County
of Multnomah, Probate Department,
aa the administrator of the estate of
Wiliam W. Riggs, deceased, and that
hr haa di ! ■ <f l:ilifi«sf aa Buch.
All per sms having claims against
»aid estate are hereby notified and
required to present the same under
oath with proper vouchers therefor
attached, within six months f rom
the date of this notice, to the un
dersigned at the office of H. P. Ar-
nr»t, 1210 Yeon Building, Portland,
Date of first publication, August 12,
Date of last publication Sept. 2,
Administriito • of the estate of Wil
liam W. Riggs, deceased.
II P. Amcst, 1210 Yeon Building,
Portland, Oregon, Attorney for
The Kind You Like to Eat
Our kitchen is clean ar.d «ani
iiitry. Our food io the «ante.
W a serve you a good meal and
give you good service.
The te«t of all couxmtr ia in the
eating. Teat ua day or night.
Signs of Age.
"Uncle Dunk Is getting along in
years," regretfully said a resident of
"Eli yah,” replied an acquaintance.
“He's aoni'ers about elghty-oue, ain’t
"Yea, and I skurcely ever seed a man
so old for hla years aa he 'pears to
bo of late, lie rid Into the county seat
with me tuther tlay. We got there
about nine o'clock In the morning and
before 6:30 be came around whur 1
was talking swap with some fellers,
and 'lowed that aa he didn't know no
body In town skurcely and hadn't any
business there, no-way, and nuthln*
had hap|»etied of any Interest so fur
and didn't 'pear likely to, he was Just
about reedy to go home. Uncle Dunk
la feeling Ills age powerful.*'—Kansas
slderably lesa than the market price
of dairy milk. >
U. S. ARMY HEAD
ASKS ARMENIAN AID
Horseshoeing A Gen. Blacksmithing
Washington. — Major
Janies G. Harbord, recently ap
*327 Foster Road
pointed General Pershing’s «ssistant
Chief of Staff, has gone on record in
support of the work of the Near East
Relief In Armenia. He says, in a ---------------------------------------------------------
letter to the Near East Relief:
“Of all the heart-breaking distress
Contractors and Builders
that exists in other countries, I be
lieve that the Near East situation
Twenty out Years Experience
should most appeal to our charitable
17 yean In Portland
people. There are many thousands
Res. 6017 89th and 6101 89th S. E.
ot helpless orphan*—children of
Christian parents In a Moslem land,
who must be helped by our people
Phone Automatic 621-71.
if they are to survive.
menians have preserved their race,
their religion and tbetr language un
der conditions of distress for over a
Team Work and Excavating
They are worthy
House Moving and Wrecking ’
of a better fate than to perish, and
3929 70th St., S. E. Portland, Ore. I
I believe that will be their fate with
out substantial financial and moral ---------------------- --------
support from the good people of our yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
“J. G. HARBORD,
“Major General. U. S Army.”
General Harbord la one ot th*
trustees of the Near Hast Relief or
LADIES’ and GENTS’
ganisation. now making a general ap
peal for funds to continue its work
3 Style« and Fabrics Mway* the Latest ;
among the destitute of Bibl* lands
k—_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
LENTS ICE CO.
.'hen election day came? no voting pa
pers having been dlsthbuled by the
committee foe him. It was found that
the only vote be received was hla
Illa discomfiture may be Itnag
lued, but It is aeld that a radical
cure for his political toudenciae baa
A still more unfortunate candidate
was a communist tn the eatne town
After the commun
ists had officially announced their In
tention* to carry him, the man dlaap-
It was found that the Fa*
ctatl had wised him at night time end
driven him to t'esalinagglore. where
he waa forced under the severest
threat* to remain during election time.
Once Uetollnt returned to t’reuwna
to see hla wife, but the seme night
the Faaclstl again entered the bouse
and forced him to drees and drove him
again to seclusion and meditation over
the rules for the Third Internationale.
—New York Tribune.
Matrimony is the logical state of
man anti woman, but without money
it soon becomes a hellofastate.
The 4 F ’
HOLDS WILDERNESS IN SCORN
9134 Foster Road
Next door to Poetoffice
3 Phone «28-45