Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 30, 1910, Page 11, Image 11

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Counting-room Main 7O70 A 6005
City Circulation Wain 7070 A C095
Managing Editor Main 707O A 6005
Sunday Editor Main 7070 A 009S
Composing-room Main 7070 A 8095
City Editor Main 70T0 A 6095
Supt. Building! Main 7070 A 6095
DRPHETJM THEATER (Morri.on between
Sixth and Seventh) Vaudeville. This
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Third, between Yam
hill and Taylor) Baker Stock Company in
"The Three of Ua." Tonight at 8:16.
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:15; to
night at 7:30 and 8.
fcYRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Armstrong Mualcal Comedy Company In
"The Twine." Thla afternoon at 2:30 and
tonight at 7:30 and 9.
BTAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Motion pictures. Continuous, from 1:30 ta
10:8O P. M.
OAKS PARK (O. W. P. carllne) Uberatr
concert band, thla afternoon and tonight.
For the Quickest delivery of The
Oregon! sn at Summer resorts, sub
scribe through the following; agents.
City rates. Subscriptions by mall are
payable invariably in advance.
Ocean Park D. E. Bcechey.
Lone R-eaobj Strauhal & Co.
fieswiew Aberdeen Store. .
Ilvroco Ry. Co. News ajcent.
Columbia Beetcb. I. L. (iallasner.
Gearhart Park R. 3. Falrhnnt.
Seaside Dresser & Co.
Bay Ocean Weaver & Weaver.
Pacific City I). K. Edmonds.
Newport Geo. Sylvester.
Carson, Wash. Mineral Springs
Hotel to.
St. Martin's Springs Charles G.
Collins Springs C. T. Belcher.
Little "Wanderer Returned. "Wan
dering the streets with only his faithful
dog for company, a boy, 3 years old, was
picked up yesterday afternoon at the
East Side railroad station by Patrolman
J. J. Murphy. Now, children are Murphy's
specialty, and. he .manages to get more
human interest out of his work than any
other officer on the force. The child was
unable to give any account of himself
end the officer had a white elephant on
Ills hands for some time, until he chanced
to meet Patrolman Leavens, who recog
nized the boy as belonging in the vicinity
of Grand and Hawthorne avenues.
Leavens took him In charge and restored
him to his parents. A. little later Murphy
found at Bast Morrison street and Grand
avenue the little fellow's red wagon,
which he had abandoned when fatigue
got the better of him. Murphy left the
vehicle at a "nickelodeon," to be called
for by Its truant owner.
Mount Tabobites Meet Tonight. A
mass meeting of the citizens of Mount
Tabor has been called for tonight at the
assembly hall of the Mount Tabor Sani
tarium, East Sixtieth and Belmont
streets, under the auspices of the Mount
Tabor Improvement Association, to pro
test against the erection of a new wooden
choolhouse on the recently purchased
site north of East Stark street, and ask
that fireproof material be used. Resolu
tions were adopted by the association
several weeks ago asking the Board of
Education to erect a fireproof building,
but these were Ignored and plans for a
frame schoolhouse were drawn.
W. C. T. U. Discusses Child Training.
A mothers' meeting was held by Albina
W. C. T. U. at the pleasant home of Mrs.
J. M. Donaldson, 310 Fremont street,
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Hoxter
gave a talk on the subject "How to De
velop the Best In the Child." She spoke
of three lines along which the child
ehould be trained, obedience, reverence
and integrity. Her talk greatly Interested
the ladies present and was followed by
discussions. At the conclusion tea and
wafers were served. Several new mem
bers were re -ived.
Indian Ben's Funeral Held. The
funeral t "Indian Ben." or Ben Jenne,
as he was , sometimes called, was held
yesterday, the burial being in Rose City
cemetery. He had lived around Portland
for the past 40 years and had driven a
team for the Cully family, living on
Columbia Slough. History tells of a
massacre In which he was rescued as a
baby and brought up by the Jenne fam
ily, living in this county.
Long Time Between Sprees. It was 15
years since Robert Jensen had been be
fore a court for drunkenness, he told
Judge Bennett yesterday. "Men who
come that often must be given some
punishment." said the Judge. I will fine
you J2 and trust that you will make it
another 15 years before you come here
. See Hillsboro. Hundreds will visit
Hillsboro. July 2. 3 and 4. Big celebra
tion. Great attraction; dance floor;
beautiful park. Fine accomodations.
Take Southern Pacific, Fourth and Yam
hill; trains stop at park. Oregon Electric
stops three blocks distant. Get into the
country and see an old-fashioned time.
Parents and Teachers to Meet. Those
interested in the Parents' and TeacHers'
Association of the Vernon school will
meet at the home of Mrs. L. B. Grlswold,
1027 East Twentieth street, north, this
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The state presi
dent and two delegates to the National
convention will be present.
Horse Falls Through Platform. A
(horse belonging to the Standard Box
Company fell through a platform at the
company's factory, Tuesday afternoon,
and suffered, a dislocated hip. Patrolman
Hennessy was called and ended the
animal's sufferings by shooting it.
Mrs. Attn King Dies. Mrs. Ann King
died at her home 369 San Rafael street,
Albina, Tuesday, at the age of 75. Mrs.
King was a widow and an old resident.
The funeral will be held today at 9 A. M.
from the Dominican- Church, corner East
Third and Clackamas streets.
T. M. C. A Vacation School por Boys.
All subjects elementary and high school
(Trades; gymnasium, swimming, 8:30 to 12,
July 5 to August 16; 6 elementary grades.
$12 high scnool grades. Includes member
ship privileges. See educational director
Tor enrollment.
Patton Home Meeting Fridat. The
monthly business meeting of the Patton
Home Association will be held Friday
morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Home, 975
Michigan avenue. Take L car.
Rate War. Steamer Northland sails
direct for San Francisco Friday evening.
Cabin $10; steerage $5; berth and meals
included. Frank Bollam, agent, 128
Third street.
Races! Races! Races! Riverside Driv
ing Club. Saturday and Monday,' July 2
and 4. Ten good races at Portland Coun
try Club. Admission 60 cents, Including
Announcement. The May Hardware
Company have purchased the complete
stock of Hexter, May & Co. The stock
Is now on sale at reduced prices.
A Large Tract walnut, peach, apple,
pear land to develop, near Portland. See
Wtthycombe & Dickinson. 421 Hamilton
Diamond. Gems of the first water
"only. C. Christensen, second floor Cor
bett building. Take elevator.
Miss Tract's free cooking lesson today,
2:30 P. M. Subject. "Seasonable Dishes
for Hot Weather Lunches."
Rest yourself while hearing fight
rounds. Edelweiss Cage, 149 Seventh t.
Swiss Watch Repairing. C. Christen
Ken, 2d floor Corbett bldg. Take elevator.
Electric Cleaners rented. Main 1233.
Women's Auxiliary Elects. The an
nual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary
to the Pioneer Society held its annual
meeting Tuesday evening, when the fol
lowing officers were elected: President,
Mrs. Charlotte Cartwright; vice-president,
Mrs. John Minto; secretary. Miss
Anna M. Cremen; treasurer. Miss Mamie
Taylor. Mrs. I. W. Pratt was re-elected
to the board, on which are also Mrs.
Benton Klllin and Mrs. D. P. Thompson,
the former being chairman. Mrs. Her
bert Holman was elected auditor. The
Women's Auxiliary makes the arrange
ments for the annual pioneer banquet.
It has received many commendations for
its work this year.
Captain Moore Returning. Word has
been received by Chief of Police Cox that
Captain of Detectives John Moore, who
has been cn a visit to relatives in the
East, had left Kansas City for Denver
and will be home within a few days. In
Captain Moore's absence Detective Joe
Day is in charge, assisted by John
Maloney as night clerk and F. G. West
as day clerk. Captain George H. Bailey
was relieved from duty yesterday after
noon and will leave this morning for
Reno, where he will witness the big prize
fight. In his absence the first' night
relief will be under charge of John A.
Goltz, the senior sergeant.
Advertising Men Dine. The weekly
meeting of the Portland Advertising
Men's Association, held yesterday at the
Oregon Grill, was in the nature of a
welcome home to the ' delegates to the
Pacific Coast Advertising Men's conven
tion at San Francisco. David N. Moses
sohn told the story of the convention and
was followed by George T. Atchley. The
annual meeting will be held next week,
when the officers will be elected. It Is
understood that the retiring president, C.
G. Whitemore, does not desire re-election.
There are at present no candidates
for the office and nominations are de
sired. Missionary Society to Meet. Members
of the Columbia River branch of the
Women's Foreign Missionary Society of
the Methodist Episcopal Church will hold
their third quarterly meeting this after
noon, beginning at 1:30 o'clock, at the
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. The
meeting will be under the auspices of the
young people of the society and it Is
suggested that members of the various
young people's societies, standard bearers'
companies and King's herald bands be
present. A feature of the programme will
be an address by Miss Carrie Holbrook.
Mrs. Gerlinger's Funeral Held. The
funeral of Mrs. Sophia Gerlinger, 'wife
of L. Gerlinger, who died at her home,
472 Holladay avenue, Monday night, was
held yesterday from the cathedral and
burial was In Riverview cemetery. Mrs.
Gerlinger was born In New York in 1S55,
and was married in 1871 in Chicago. She
came to Oregon In 1896, and for the past
16 years made her home in Portland. Mrs.
Gerlinger is survived by her husband and
the following children: George, Lewis and
Edwin Gerlinger, and one daughter, Mrs.
Barbara B. Dalton, all of Portland.
Farmer by Proxy Registers. Byron
Morris farms by proxy At least, that is
what he told the registration clerks when
he signed the books the other day. This
was his principal occupation, he said. He
Is a Prohibitionist, will be 56 years old
In July, was born in Indiana, has been
eight years in Oregon and lives at 630
Bast Ankeny street. The registration has
been dropping off the last few days. Only
269 voters registered yesterday, as against
284 on the same registration day in 1908.
The total this year now stands at 8158.
Mount Tabor People Aroused. Re
ports at Mount Tabor that Drs. Day and
Matson are about to establish a tuber
culosis sanitarium on the Mansfield tract
on West avenue and East Taylor streets
has aroused strong opposition. It was
reported yesterday that they have
leased two acres in the Mansfield tract
near the entrance to the Williams park
at Mount Tabor. At the mass meeting
tonight in the assembly hall of the Mount
Tabor Sanitarium the matter will be con
Crazy Man Climbs Tree. With, the
hallucination that he warn Zaccheus, the
Bible character, a demented man created
some excitement at Kenton, Tuesday
night, by ascending to the branches of
trees along the streets and. preaching a
much mixed theology from his vantage
point. He was reported to the police by
W. Coldwell, of 228 Terry street, but was
not captured. He was carrying a hatchet
and a roll of blankets and wore a long
white board.
Thomas Driscoll Buried. The funeral
of Thomas Driscoll was held .yesterday
afternoon from Hemstook's chapel in
Sellwood, andi the burial was made in
Milwaukie cemetery. Mr. Driscoll died
at Kirby, Or., Sunday. He formerly lived
in Milwaukie. Or., and was employed at
Inman & Poulson's sawmill. The funeral
was held under the auspices of the Wood
men of the World, of which Mr. Driscoll
had been a member.
Man Drops. Dying. J. Kennedy, a
stonecutter, dropped in a dying condi
tion on the sidewalk at Third and Mont
gomery streets yesterday afternoon
about 2:30 o'clock. Passersby carried him
into the Hazel Apartments, where atten
tion was given him. but he died within
half an hour. It is supposed that death
was caused by heart failure. The coroner
took charge of the body. Kennedy lived
at 413 Sixth street.
Cadets Camp at Seaside. Ten cadets
from the Hill Military Academy left for
Seaside last night to enter the Summer
camp the school has established at that
place. There will be about 15 cadets at
the camp during the Summer, and in
addition to having regular military
studies and discipline, they will make up
various branches of study in which they
are behind.
Miss Meyer Improves. Miss Leona
Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Meyer, who was operated on Sunday
night -for appendicitis, at Good Samaritan
Hospital, was reported yesterday as im
proving rapidly. Drs.. E. H. Parker andi
M. A. Flinn, physicians In charge, found
the case a very serious one.
Fur Store Robbed. Burglars entered
the fur store of M. L. Gumbert, 334 Wash
ington street, through a skylight, Tues
day night, and made away with a num
ber of valuable fur pieces. It Is believed
that the robbers were scared away, as
three bundles of mink skins were dropped
on the way out.
Dr. Yoakum will held his last services
In Portland today from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
at Ninth and East Clay streets, and to
night at Centenary Methodist Episcopal
Church. East Ninth and Pine streets.
Bring the sick and lame.
Show Window Rifled. A show win
dow in the store of the Honeyman Hard
ware Company was rifled by burglars
Tuesday night. Seven compasses, one
worth $20. a compass book and eight $1
watches were taken.
A Limited amount of capital stock of
an established manufacturing concern
for sale; g per cent guaranteed; bank
references. N 88, Oregonian.
The Glorious Fourth. Big three-day
bargain carnival in men s high grade
sample suits; J35 to J40 values, $17.50. 315
Oregonian building. '
Special meeting of the Portland Motor
boat Club tonight, foot of Ellsworth
street. Matters of great importance will
be discussed.
Dr. W. J. May, of .Baker County. Ore
gon, has moved to Portland and now has
his office In the Marquam building. '
Mrs. John Cran is sending for second
consignment of Scotch shawls and travel
ing rugs. Order solicited. Main 882.
Diect Wire from RINGSIDE, Edelweiss
Cafe, 149 Seventh street. Secure seats.
Wooster's day and night store. '
All the delicacies of the season at ta
Portland restaurant. Fine private apart
ments for ladles. 305 Wash., sear 5th at
Beer, 1 doz. quarts, delivered to your
home. Spring Valley Wine Co.
Year in County Jail, Not Fed
eral Prison, Jones' Fate.
Court of Appeals Anticipates Law
yer's Coup to Set at Liberty Man
Convicted of Land Frauds.
Potter Will Be Pardoned.
Discovery by the United States Court
of Appeals that the Federal tribunal for
Oregon had erroneously sentenced Wil-
lard I. Jones to serve a term of one year
on McNeill's Island, instead of the County
Jail, yesterday exposed the plans by
which Attorney S. B. Huston Intended
that Jones should escape confinement.
The laws of the United States classify
crimes for which the punishment Inflicted
is more than one year as felonies, and
prescribes that the prisoner may be sent
to the Federal prisons. For misdemean
ors the punishment is one year or less,
and the sentence shall be served In the
County Jail. .
' Mr. Huston has appealed the "Jones-
Potter case, but regardless of the de
cision rendered, he felt confident until
yesterday that Jones would never see the
Inside of a prison on that charge of con
spiracy. The lawyer intended to wait
until the last court had passed on the
merits of the case and then, if Jones lost,
to free him on a writ of habeas corpus.
Francis J. Heney prosecuted Jones and
evidently overlooked the error made by
Judge Hunt.
Assistant United States Attorney Evans
yesterday served Mr. Huston with a no
tice to' appear in the Court of Appeals at
San Francisco on July 4 for1 the purpose
of correcting the sentence. Owing to the
illness of both Mr. Huston and Judge
M. L. Pipes, a continuance of the hearing
will be requested.
Jones and Thad Potter were convicted
of a conspiracy to defraud the United
States in the entry of timber lands
through the use of dummy applicants.
Jones was also given a fine of $2000. Pot
ter was found guilty and a similar sen
tence pronounced. It is probable that
Potter will be allowed to escape, as
Heney has promised to endeavor to have
the court set aside the order because
Potter never profited by his associations
with Jones, and because of the state of
Potter's health.
Potter is now living n the mountains
back of White Salmon, Wash., and is said
to be slowly dying. It is his ambition
to be relieved of the verdict of the jury
and court before he passes away.
Jones is also under sentence in the
Blue Mountain conspiracy cases. He is
now in the East, where he has been at
tempting to secure a pardon from the
President. Jones is willing to pay the
fine, but hopes to escape the County
Inquiry Before Patent Bar to Future
Reversion, Lawyer Contends.
Contending that after fraud allegations
have been investigated by the Depart
ment of the Interior, and when a patent
is issued afterward by the Government,
the United States is debarred thereafter
from attacking and causing the reversion
of a homestead. Attorney Lafferty yes
terday presented an entirely new ques
tion for the determination of Judge Bean.
The controversy is over the homestead
filing made in Linn County by C. G.
Whitney, the proprietor of a rooming
house at Tacoma. Whitney's family ran
the hotel while he established a resi
dence on the Linn County land. The
facts became known, and when Whitney
offered his commutation proof the special
agents were ordered to investigate. All
nf the facts known at this time are as
serted to have been developed by the
special agents in their examination.
After two years had passed Attorney
Lafferty filed a motion to secure patent
because of laches on the part of the
Government, pleading' his case .under the
provisions of the law of 1891, which allow
the department two years to begin ac
tion in cases of this character. The Sec
retary ordered the patent issued, and
several years later the Government began
suit to cancel.
We sincerely thank our many friends
for their sympathy and kindness ten
dered us in our late bereavement in
the death of our dear beloved son and
brother, Peter Jerome Steinmetz. We
also extend our thanks for the beauti
ful floral offerings at the funeral.
Railroad Chief Dines H. M. Adams.
George B. French, president of the
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway,
gave a luncheon at the Arllngto'n Club
yesterday In honor of H. M. Adams, re-
We Make Tndermaallns and
Waists of All Kinds to Order.
200 Morrison St.,
Bet. 4th and 6th, Corbett Bids;.
Great Hosiery Sale
100 dozen Fine Silk Lisle Hose,
deep garter top, double heel
and toe. A fine 50c value.
Special 25c pair.
Neckwear Sale
All of our Beautiful Neckwear
at snecial prices. Dutch
Collars, Jabots, Side
Pleats, Coat Sets.
35c Collars 25c
50c Dutch Collars 42c
75c Jabots and Pleats 65c
$5 Parasols, Special
Tou should have one for the
beach. All new, $3.50 to S7.00.
An Optimist
for One Day
"The difference between the A.
Optimist Ixj
And the Pessimist Is droll;
The Optimist eats the dough-
nut, IxJ
The Pessimist gnaws , the
hole." A
If there ever was a city or
a time when optimism and
prosperity went hand in hand,
that city was Portland; that
time now. We all thought
Portland prosperous five years
ago, four, three, two years ago,
last year, and last month. Now
we know that in those five
years we have laid a founda
tion so sure, so stable, that
Portland Is as sure to be the
New York of the Pacific as
the sun is to shine, and five
years from now we will be so
far ahead of the other Coast
cities that our Banner Acre
Tracts will be one of the
choicest parts of the city. Now
we are selling tt at $100 to
$150 per acre. Let us talk to
you and show you the prop
erty. "Be a boy for a day,"
and leave your grouch behind
you. It will pay you.
5, Room 1, Worcester Bldg., 2$.
fx) ' Ground Floor. fx
V Phones Main 5396, A 7507.
Superior Blue Stem
Patent Flour
It's worry not work that tries
one's soul, and it's poor bread, a
poor table and poor living that
adds to the wife's trials and nags
the patient husband.
Why not start housekeeping
right, you who are far-sighted, and
learn the wisdom of utilizing at
once every possible means for
lightening and brightening your
housekeeping duties?
Superior Blue Stem Patent Flour
will make the baking a success.
Let's have it a success in your
home from the very beginning.
Pioneer Mills, Island City, Bine
Stem Fancy Patent (J 7
Floor, per barrel wUi lU
Pioneer Mills, Island City, Blue
Stem Fancy Patent J -i Cfl
Flour, per sack tDlaOll
208-210 Third St..
Between Salmon and Taylor.
tiring general freight and passenger
agent of -the road. The guests were
the following-: Messrs. H. M. Adams,
T. B. Wilcox. James B. Kerr, Judge C.
H. Carey, Walter J. Burns. W. D.
Wheelwright, F. A. Pell, W. E. Coman,
Allen Lewis, B. S. Josselyn, H. C. Nutt,
W. B. Beebe, C. C- Colt, J. A. Cranston.
Dr. E. F. Tucker, C. E. S. Wood, G. B.
French, H. Hume, Peter Kerr and Gen
eral Beebe.
Better Than Bonds
An Investment Yielding 8 Per Cent
Net Per Annum No Taxes, No
- Risk. No Fees or Deduc
tions of Any Kind.
This is not a get-rich-quick proposi
tion, but a legitimate, thoroughly safe
guarded investment opportunity that
will cdmmend itself particularly to in
vestors of trust funds, savings ac
counts, and to persons who desire regu
lar returns semi-annually upon money
in large or small amounts.
$200.00 invested this way will yield
$8.00 every 6 months.
$1000.00 invested this way will yield
$40.00 every 6 months.
$5000.00 Invested this way will yield
$200.00 every 6 months.
These securities may also be pur
chased on the installment plan, not less
than one-tenth payable in cash and
balance in fifteen monthly payments.
' Here is an opportunity for small as
well as large Investors. It will bear
closest investigation. There are. how
ever, not more than $70,000 of these
securities to be had, and less than
$60,000 of another kind which will not
yield quite so much.
For further particulars apply to
Theodore Hardee. Treasurer, Suite "G,"
second floor, Washington street, cor
ner of Park (Eighth street). Entrance
to building 351 Washington, or 108
Park street. Telephones Private Ex
change 23 and A 2350.
Fumed Oak in attractive styles
for Living-Room, Dining-Room,
Library, Hall and Den
and STARK J. G. MACK & CO.
Ask for the
Berger Iiine of
If your dealer does not
handle them
Berger Bros.
Offers special
1 n d ucementa
to the Sum-
mo, nl oa euro
At Columbia Beach seeker. It is
located on an elevation overlook
ing the ocean. Boating, bathing,
canoeing, clam digging, hunting
and fishing. Rates. $2.60 daily,
$15 weekly. Cuisine the finest.
Open for business June IS.
Fully equip'd
with bedding
and complete
cooklner out
fits may be had at $5.00 per week.
Located on the banks of Neacoxie
Creek, in the Nob Hill section,
close to Idlewild Park.
Columbia Trust Company
North Beach Inn
Mrs. N. M. Dewey, Manager.
All Tralna Stop at Grounds of Hotel.
Directly Kaclna- the Ocean.
Large, Shady Grounds.
Superior Accommodation!.
Poitofflre and Telegraph Address,
Sea Croft
Mra. W. E. Hntchlnaon, Manager.
Ideal Location. Facing Ocean. Home
Cooking. Clam Soup and Beach
Vegetables a Specialty.
The Hackney Cottage
Is now open. Have enlarged their
dining-room capacity and electrified
their house. Beautiful surroundings
and most pleasant spot on ..e beach.
Unsurpassed surf bathing, home com
forts, excellent table board. Special
rates by the week. Reservations by
mail or wire. Address, Sea View, Wash.
"Spend your vacation at
the scenic beach of Oregon. Take train
to Seaside, thence by conveyance. Good
fisning ana nunting. bea roods served
at ail times.
It Insures an enjoyable, invig
orating bath; makes every pore
respond; removes dead akin,
tarts the circulation. and
leaves a glow equal to a Turk
ish bath.
Chafing Dish Delicacies
Made the
Toaster - - - $ 3.85
Coffee Percolator $14.00
Chafing Dish
Alder Street
issued by this bank offer a safe and convenient method
of carrying funds for a trip anywhere in thjs country
or abroad. They are, in themselves, a letter of intro
duction to any banker and give the bearer standing
and credit when among strangers.
Commencing with New S. S. "BEAR," 9 A. 31., July 2, Sailings every 5
direct to
To San Francisco First class: SIO.OO. S12.00. 815. OO
Second class: s.i.OO
To Los Angeles First class: S21.50. S23.50. 826.SO
Second class: 813.35
Round trip tickets at reduced rates. All rates Include meals and
H. G. Smith, C. T. A., 142 3rd Street. Main 402, A 1402.
J. W. Ransom, Agent, Ainsworth Dock. Main 26S.
Comfort and Service for He or
She in
Washington, Near Second
Portland Academy
Included. Receives boys and girls as
young as six. .The work of the grades
in seven years. Emphasis on essentials.
Experienced and thorough teachers.
Short school day. Physical training and
free play in gymnasium and on play
ground. Send for catalogue.
Tfiesldent and Day School for QirfSTinderSfcT
Y cs re of Bisters of 8t. John Baptist ( Episcopal )
CoUrlate, Acaaemia ana Aiemeniary
ilepta. Music, Art Elocution. Gymiuuilum.
(Resident pupils mast be over 14 years of aee and
well recommended. The number Is limited to
fifty. Application should be made early.) Address
The Sitter Sopcrior, Office 2, St. Helena Hall, Portland, Or.
Reopens October 3, 1910. Drawing, por
trait, life, sketch, color, design and chil
dren 8 classes. For circular apply to
Fifth and Taylor St... Portland. Or.
WLUUllut, Habits Ponitivcry
Cored. Only sathorirod Eeeley In
stitute in Oregon. Write for Illus
trated circular. TCe!T Int1rntw.
31 llta It. Cortland. Octcos
at Seventh
Our entire stock of Fireworks must
be sold out this year. This is the last
opportunity for celebrating in the
city. We occupy two stores for re
tail. All goods sold at cost.
110 Second St. 69 North 4th St.
Whin You CoweTo Spokane Just
i stop at TME'Taitmoirvt
l?Zit SPOKANE newest iuin mn.t
KV-Hft't' up to daXe hotel, rtphtin
tS- ', J;;i the heart of the busioefecenteg.
lt3 the pia&e for commercial i
146 Fifth