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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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HEILIO THEATER Tth and TajIor Mar
Karat Illinttn In tha drama, Tha wniri
wlnd." Tonight at 0:14 o'clock.
BVVOALOW THEATER (Twelfth and
Morr-.aoo) "Arlaona.-' Toalsrhl at
BAKER THEATER Elrranth and Morrl
aor.i Tha laker Stock Compaay In Cmto
Kir By." Tonight at b IS.
ORPHElTf THEATER Vorrlaon. batwa-n
Slxta and gavanth VaudvUla. Thla
aftaraoea at Ml and tonlcbt at 1:1S-
GRAND THEATER 'Park and Waahlna
ton Vaudavllla. Thla aXlaraooa at 1:1a,
tonight at I:J and -
LTR1C THEATER (Seventh and Aldr
Armatronf MuJ'.ral Comlr Company In
Tha Muatard KInsa." Thla aftarnoon at
1:1ft. tonight at Ml and
PORTLAND THEATER (Fourteenth and
TVaan:rston) Dowlan 8tock Company In
"By Right of Sword." Tonight at 8:15
STAR THEATER Park and Washington)
Motion picture. Continuous from 1:30
to 10:1a P. 1C
HORSE SHOW Fourth annual event, thla
aftarnoon at 2 and tonight at o'clock.
Oriental building. Lamia and Clark fair
BASEBALL Portland vs. Los Angelas thla
aftarnoon at 1 o'clock at Vaugnn-atraat
"receptiow Is Planned. The Men's So
cial Union of Portland will (tive a recer
tlon and dinner, under the suspires of the
Ijdifi' Aid Socie'.y of the Sunnjisicle
Methodist Church, tomorrow nlsht In
Hunter's hull. East Thirty-fourth and
Hart Yamhill streets, to the district su
perintendent and pastors of the Metho
dist churches of Portland. All pastors
will be a-uests of the Social I"nion at this,
reception. R. A. Booth, president of
the Oregon Conferenne Laymen's Asso
ciation, will be a ariwst and one of the.
speakers! One. of the main object of
this reception ls to Aid the Sunnyside
Sfethoriist Church to complete Its atone
building-. An entertaining pronrarame.
aside from the dinner by the women of
the church, will be given.
Wir-B Bettses to Livb With Hcbbt.
"This case has been cooked up by a
couple of old witcheas friends of my
wife.-- nM Charles B. ft, a carpenter.
4!J Guild street. In answering In Munl
rlnai Criurt yesterday to a charge of
threatening to kill, preferred by his
wlf. ,-It started.-" he continued, "be
cause I carried home the husband of or.e
them, drunk, a short time ago." Mrs.
Karls declared that sh will not longer
liv with him. Kans demanded the
r ght to see ht children every day. and
was drisil by Judgo Taxwell to settle
the difficulty by a reconciliation. The
woman, however, waa obdurate. Farts
was allowed to go on his good behalvor.
M(3 GITS 90 DATS FOR 8TABBINO- Fred
Roth, a railroad fireman, was stabbed
wl;h a pocket knife by Abernathy Grant,
co.ored. In a clajar stor.. at Third and
(,::. streets, early jesterday. Grant
entered the place and tried to borrow
to cents, which waa refused. When he
con'lnued h'e Importunity. Roth urged
h in to go away. The negro lraped upon
hm with the knife and cut aeveral long
a'ashesi in his coat, one of which pnnc-tti-ed
the skin. Grant ran up Flanders
r-t. throwing the knife away a he
rn. He was pursued ry policemen and
arrested. Grant was sentenced to SO
d,ij at the rockpile In Municipal Court
East Side Brstrctss Mtrt Mex-ttko
Callfo. There will he a special meet
Ir.g of the East Side Business Men's
Ciub tonight at its new quarters on the
second floor of the Went building, south
west corn-r of Grand avenue and East
Alder street, which all Fast Side busi
ness men are urged to attend. General
plans for a business expansion week, have
heen adopted, and the details will be an
nounced. It Is desired that evrr busi
ness house on the East Side shall keep
open house all week The stores will be
specla'ly Illuminated and decorated.
Tuesday night will b- "at home" nlghL
No goods will be sold that nlghL
Orck! Witts rowe Car Jcurs
Track. Traffic on lower .Morrison street
was blockaded for about an hour yester
day morning; when an Oregon Water
Power trailer Jumped the track. Cars on
ail lines acrosw the Morrison-street bridge
were lined up for many blocks while the
car was being replaced. A vegetable pd
rir'a wsson which waa alongside the
car was d-mol!shed. The driver waa
thrown from Ms seat and severely in
jured. Rev. Mr. Tils . Is Wexcomco.
Rev. D. H. Trimble, new paetor of Cen
tenary Methodist Episcopal Church, re
ceived a welcoming reception Tuesday
night in the church parlors. There was
a l.irre attendance. Rev. J. W. Mc
Dougall. dior.net superintendent. and
other ministers were present. J. P. Le
delivered the address in behalf of the
official board and members of the
Whits Girl Arrested With Jap.
Grace Smith, a young woman employed
In a Japanese poolroom, was srrested
Tuesday night while consorting with K.
Kondo. a Japanese. Tlie man was sen
tenced to days on the rockpile In
Municipal Court yesterday and the girl
will b held for So . to allow com
munication with an uncle In San Fran
PR. Oupsuk TO Talk. At the Port
land Lecture Bureau In the auditorium
of the Y. M. C. A. tonight at g o'clock.
Ir C. N. Chapman will give th current
events prelude on "The Revolution in
Portugal." rr. PevKlsnn Buchanan will
lecture on Benjamin Franklin and the
eues raised by thla great American
founder which are very much alive to
day. Ax H Fire Hits Asphalt Plant
f-.re broke out in the plant of the
Karber Asphalt Paving Company. East
Forty-first street and Sandy road, at
130 o'clock yesterday morning. The dam
age was about $(. Truck No. 13 of the
Fire Department responded to an alarm
and succeeded In saving O0o barrels of
sephalt. which were threatened.
OBSCENE PltrTl'RB DEALER PATS FTNB.
Jacob Lehrer. a novelty dealer of Alder
etreet. answered In Municipal Court yes
terdav to a charge of selling obscene
pictures. Asj the picture complained of
was on the border line between Impro
priety and humor. Lelirer's offense was
reducd to a misdemeanor and he was
East Twextt-Eiohth Street Hl-vs.
preparatory to the Improvement of East
Twenty-eighth street, between East Stark
and the concrete bridge serosa Sullivan's
Gulch concrete sidewalks are being la.d
and water malne put dosin. If the etreet
cr tracks were relald as required It
would be possible to Pve the street this
ret. J. K. Hawkins W blcod. Rev.
J K. Hawkins, the new pastor of the
Sellwood Methodist Church, and familv,
wre given a reception last n!ght at the
h ireh. Te official board, the member
rl'in and the church organizations were
icprest r.ted. Addresses were made and a
response by the paesor was heard.
TtTKNTS OF DeSTISTRT AND PHiHSlCT.
The annual XHton of North Pacific
College rae begun. Students wishing to
receive credit for a full course must be
in attendance by October U.
Hoksb Snow Tooat,
At I O'CLOCK.
Ttckbts ox Sale at
Rowe Mart'.n'e Sixth and Wash.
Canes Watch Repairixo. C Chrlsten
Mn, td floor Oorbetl bldg. Take aievalor.
Dtaxoxps C. Chr'.tenaen, second floor
Corbctt building. Take elevator.
Rtiustl Ete SpEctALiiers, Freese
Rice. Merchant's Trust bldg.
WoosTgjts Tartety store, 0 Wh.
SIaloox Max Fixed for Gambltkcj Ed
Donovan, proprietor of a saloon In the
North End. appeared in Municipal Court
yesterday, pleaded guilty to a charge of
gambling and waa fined SIS. Hilda
Dickinson, who brought the charge be
cause her busband had lost f playing
with Donovan, wast brought Into court on
a bench warranL She had failed to ap
pear the day before, after Donovan had
repaid t'h of the money.
Woman Wocld "Clean Oct" Street
car. With an umbrella m one hand and
a whisky bottle In the other. Mary Mc
Allister attempted to take charge of an
O. W. P. transfer car yesterday morn
ing She ordered everyone to vacate. In
cluding Policeman 9wennes. who was one
of the paesengers. Swennes went, but
took her with him and delivered her
at the station.
Max Wanted tx South Gets 15 Dats
Here. James O'Brien, who is said to be
wanted for highway robbery In Placer,
Cl.. and for escaping from custody at
Sacramento, was picked up In the North
End Tuesday night and waa charged
with vagrancy. He was given 15 daya by
Judge Taxwell yesterday, to -allow time
for communicating with the California
Handbao) Thief Gets CO. While Mrs.
Thomas Hoxie. S Montana avenue, was
In the Interior office of a woman osteo
path In the Fenton Building. Tuesday
afternoon, a man entered the waiting
room, under pretense of selling sheet
music. As he departed h picked up Mrs.
Hoxie's handbag, which was lyiitg on a
couch by the door, securing S30 which It
"Cnfair" Denunciation Costs Two
rift. For violating the bill-posting ordin
ance by distributing circulars denouncing
a local brewery as "unfair." Etnil Mo
randy and Casper Pflster. brewerywork
ersv were fined 13 each In Municipal
F. E. CovltR to Speak- "What Con
stitutes a Successful Ufe" will be the
subject of a lecture by F. E. Coulter, at
491 Alder -treet, Thursday at? 8 P. M.
This lecture will be open to the public
Raincoats and Sctts Just arrived from
New York. A grand display of high
grade suits, ralncoaua and overcoats, $30
to T5 values for J18.75. Jimmle Dunn,
room S15 Ore Ionian bldg.
Horse Show Todat.
At t o'clock.
Tickets ox Sale at
Rowe & Martln'ev Sixth and Wash
Mothers' Circle to Meet. The Mount
Tabor Mothers' Circle will meet at the
Glencoe school, room 6. at 3 o'clock this
A Select lot of household furniture
for sale, at 8u3 Marshall street." sale com
mencing Thursday, October 14.
Want house. Nob Hill. H Q8 Oregonlan.
HE SUCCEEDS BENJAMIV I.
COHEN" AS PRESIDENT.
Portland Trust Company of Oregon
In Election Yesterday Honors
Pioneer Official of Concern.
Py unanimous vote of the directors,
JX. ij. pittock waa chosen president
yesterday of the Portland Trust Com
pany of Oregon, succeeding Benjamin
I. Cohen, deoeased.
Mr. Cohen died Ausust 10 of this
year, at which time Mr. Pittock. who
was one of the vice-presidents of the
Institution, was In Europe and the
election of a president was therefore
withheld until yesterday.
Mr. Pittock has been vice-president
of the Portland Trust Compsny of Ore
gon since Its organization In 1887. The
first president was' Allen Noyes snd
the first secretary Mr. Cohen. Mr.
Noyes waa succeeded as president by
Mr. Cohen in 1890 and the latter re
mained in office continuously until the
time of his death.
The Institution is known as TO
oldest trust company in Oregon." In
the 23 years of its existence It has
occupied-several locations, but for the
lait five years has been on Its own
property at Third and Oak streets, the
bank owning the quarter block.
At yesterday's meeting there were
no other changes in the list of offi
cers, which now is as follows: H. L.
Pittock. president; N. V. Carpenter,
vice-president; A. S. Nichols. vice
president; B. Lee Paget, secretary; C
W. DeGraff. assistant secretary; A. 1m
Fraley. assistant secretary: Harriet E.
Moorehouse. superintendent Woman's
WOMAN PIONEER IS DEAD
Mrs, M. Viola Crawford Crossed
Plains in 185S.
Mrs. M. Viola Crawford, an Oregon
pioneer of 1SSJ. died at the home of her
son. D. W. Crawford, 141 East Pine
street, yesterday, aged 58 years.
ilra. Crawford was a daughter of the
lato X. P. Friggs, of Corvallia. She was
a native of Iowa and was six months old
when her parents crossed the plains to
Oregon. Mrs. Crawford was married to
the late Rev. W. C. Crawford, of Cor
vallls. and lived for many years in that
c'ty. She had been a resident of Port
land several years. She Is survived by
three sons. E. W. Crawford. B. E. Craw
ford, of Portland, and W. C Crawford, of
San Francisco. Mrs. Craw-ford was a
member of the Portland lodge of Daugh
ters of Rebekao and the Ladles of the
The funeral arrangements nave not
COLUMBUS WOULD KNOW
Oregon's Publicity Methods Sought
by Bockeye Organization..
That Oregon's publicity methods are
being recognised in the East as being
progressive and effective In results is
Indicated bv a letter received yeater
day by the Portland Chamber of Com
merce. Columbus wants to be admitted
Into the Portland School of Publicity.
The Columbus Chamber of Commerce
has heard of the work being done by
the Portland Chamber and the Com
mercial Club and Is desirous of learn
ing of some of the people-pulling argu
ments in the publicity campaign now
being waged by these organisations.
The letter from the Ohio organisation
contains numerous pointed questions.
All of these will be answered by Sec
retary Glltner. -
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant. Fine private apart
ments for ladies. 80s Wash., near ttb at.
D. M- Watson's new restaurant now
located in Perkins Hotel, Fifth street
WOOLEN GOODS FOR MEN
Attend the wonderful reduction sale
en woolen goods our big annual
woolen goods sale. Brownsville Woolen
Mill Store. Thtrd and Morrison.
Chester Is Being Overhauled.
Repairs have been ordered made to
i IRVINGTON f
I PARK I
j $475 PER LOT
(D finest residence prop- (?)
j erty on the market at
f anything like such a m
V n price. Fine homes, fine v
v neighborhood, close in. A
( Five-cent fare, good
a service. Bight in the a
if) position to catch the m
V expansion of the best j
f residence districts f
Vj highest 'priced and
A most desirable on the A
Up East Side. VJ
A F. B. HOLBROOK CO. ,4
V 214 Lumber Exchange
See Reg. Surprise Sale Ad, Last Page
We make Waists and Gowns to
La Tosca Corsets li.00 to $10.00.
F. P. YOUNG
280 Morrison St., bet. 4tk and
Stb Corbett Bldg.
New Kid Gloves
$1.00. $1.50. $2.00 and up.
New Evening Scarfs
Grand assortment $1.98 to $10.
Best assortment in the city 25o
$3.00 to $17.50.
$1.00 to $17.00.
New Silk Hosiery
Black. whUe and colors. Best
that money will buy,
$1.50 to $5.00 pair.
Quick service by experienced
and obliging clerks.
the steamer Chester, which piles1 on the
Cowllts Klver for the Kellogg Trans
portation Company, so that she will be
In readiness for Winter service as soon
as the river rises. The steamer Joseph
Kellogg Is operating as far as Kelso,
but freight cannot be moved beyond
MILK INQUIRY STARTED
a y s'
COrXClIi COMMITTEE TO CAIL
DEALERS TO TESTIFY.
City Attorney Handicapped by Lack
of Power to Examine) Wit
nesses Under Oath.
Investigation of the present high price
of milk, with a view to determine
whether it Is due to a combine on the
part of dealers. Is to be carried on by
the health and police committee of the
Council, assisted by Story. Smith and
Chlpman. of the City Board of Health.
In a report filed with the Council yes
terdsy and referred to the committee
which will Investigate milk prices. City
Attorney Grsnt suggested that a com
mittee be appointed to Investigate con
ditions, ss his efforts to determine the
existence of a trust were handicapped by
his Inability to compel people to testify
before him personally. The committee
appointed will have power to summon
witnesses and place them under oath.
Mr. Grant sent with his communica
tion to the Council yesterday a report
from Detective Sloan, who had been de
tailed to gather evidence concerning the
alleged milk trust. Detective Sloan said
ho had found there was in existence a
dairymen's or milkmen's association,
which meets at y4 Alder street the
night of the second Sstnrday each month.
Second floor, 100x100 feet, for
merly occupied by Portland Taxicab
Company in our building, corner
Chapman & Alder Sts. Entrance is
from Chapman St. which is now
being paved, making the corner the
best location on automobile row.
This b an unusual opportunity for a
successful garage owners of Stude
baker cars alone will fill tip its ca
pacity. To a reliable .experienced
man the rent will be reasonable.
Chapman & Alder Sts.
VSVSLALLY HIGH TIDE SCXDAY
Salt Flnage Opea
Hot Salt Water.
13.00 Week-ead Railroad Fare.
Meier & Frank Store
Tomorrow-The 1 080th
Women's Trimmed Hats
Values to $7,50 at $4,95
Tomorrow for the
Surprise Sale, in the
second floor, we of
fer 1000 women's
trimmed hats at an
Women's Trimmed Hats
Shapes of silk velvet trimmed
with fancy feathers and wings.
Come in assorted C0 (f
colors; vals. to $5 eJ3eVV
Women's Felt Hats In wide
range of colors. Values np to
$3.75. - Special for QQ,,
tomorrow, choice, at tOC
are of silk, velvet or
'satin and the trim
mings used are rib
bons, ostrich and
ues to$7.50. Spe-
Misses' and Children's Hats
In all the newest styles and
colors, hats for dress or school
wear. Values to $12.00. Just
200 at ONE-QUARTER LESS
Children's Hats In assorted
styles and colors. Regular
values lip to $2.75.
special for tomorrow JC
Special 25c Dairy Lunch Served Daily
Soda Fountain and Candy in Basement
ALL FANCY FEATHERS on sale to- m Pqq
morrow Take advantage of this -at I MOO
2000 .White Lawn
Aprons--$ 1 -$ 1.25
$1.50 Vals. 73c
Tomorrow for the 1080th Friday Sur
prise Sale, in the apron section, women's
white aprons in round, square or short,
fancy styles, with bib and shoulder
straps, made of white lawn or swiss,
trimmed with embroidery, lace, beading,
ribbons, tucks, etc. Regular $1.00, $1.25
and $1.50 values.
tomorrow at the low price, each
Special for 7Q
With the exception of having obtained
denials from members of the association
that they ever had agreed upon a uni
form scale of prices, retectlve Sloan pre
sented no proof whether a trust really
ADMIRE the clean-cut
lines and "made-to-measure"
look of Progres
sive Clothes. Every suit
and overcoat gives evidence
.of clever designing and man
tailoring. Styles and mater
ials for this fall and winter
are exceptionally anappy.
Progressive Clothes are
worn by well-dressed men
everywhere. The guarantee
of a reputable manufacturer
protects you in their purchase.
MADE IN MILWAUKEE
454 Washington St, comer 13th
existed. He. too. suggested that a com
mission be appointed to Investigate conditions.
...INIM M. III Ij.
Compare Our Prices
With thoM yon hT been Jn th bb!t of wfe
and too wil! ee that offer jou a uhBtantiol
ins on All work nd you cannot get better p&inleM
r-k nri.rA nn mnttr bow much jou naj.
r9 nnim piai
bridge, work for out-
A-At natrnm in
-.t ?n- day ft desired.
j .rami era oxxracuon
u free when plate .or
bnuge worn is order
ed. CouuIUtion fra
Molar Crowns $5.00
GoW Fillintrt 1.03
Enamel FiUng 1.00
Silver Filling .50
Bast Rad Rufabar A
Pllnlara Extr'lioa .51)
AU work f ullr roaranteed for fifteen yean.
Wise Dental Co.,mc
rmnt Bolldlnf. Third snd Washington. PORTLAND. 0RC
OaiaaaUar: A. at. ta t. X. laaaara,(Wa
TfWfb WKC afcw aj P
. V W J Good RiihW
M. w. a. WIU, Pmaunaai Miaian
n ma uriiuuu a rtirujj
EVERY SMILE ADVERTISES US
Full aet ot teeth
Brldg-a work or
plates. S3-M to 5
Bed rutber piatea
Good rubbar piatea
Gold or porcelain
crewns S3.60 to S5
3old or porcelain
II 1 1 Alllnga 1 up
11 U V Silver (llllnga only
1 1 M KOc to $1.00
'4)1 Painleaa extraction
yjti . j ......... .wvu
Free when plates
On Work Guaranteed Perfect
No better work done anywhere. Mod
ern equipment, perfect aervice. every
cuatomer pleaaed. Out-of-town patrona
may make appointments and have work
flnlahed In one day. Every operator a
THE NEW YORK DENTISTS
DR. H. A. 6TURDEVANT. Mgr.
Honrs S A. M. to S P. M. Bandar. A.
M. to 1 P. M.
Lady attendant. K.E.oor.4th and Morrison
--.--.-.J.r i-.-ja -in -r I lifl III".
W UNDERPMC BULLETIN
a asj mm lij aaa a Y
Olds, Wortman h. Ring
For Today-Thursday Bargains in the
Big Basement "Underprice Store"
TOWELS Linen Finish Huck
Towels, size 32x16, special QC.
price today, the dozen.'
GINGHAM In 10 to 20-yard
lensths. resrular 15c anal- 1 H
ity, on special sale at, yd..''
BEDSPREADS Croahet bed
spreads, for double beds. CO.
Specially low priced at
SHEETS Good quality sheets,
size 72x90. Regular 50c OQp
quality, on special sale at.i'
TABLE DAMASK - 62-in. blue
table damask, excellent QQf
value, specially low priced.-'''
BATH TOWELS Unbleached
bath towels, 20x36, hemmed ready
for use. Very god12l2C
values at this price1
CRASH TOWELING Heavy
twilled crash toweling, in C
white. Special price, yard.-''
TEA CLOTHS 84 linen Tea
Cloths, neat drawn-worked QA f
borders. Reg. $1.25, sp'lV'
REMNANTS Mill-end sales of
outings, percales, ginghams, A
etc. For this sale priced at. '
MEMORANDUMS Pocket mem
orandums, leatherette binding.
Regular 10c, special 4
Leath, bndg., reg. 5c, special. 2?
3-in. slip case, reg. 15c, sp'1..5
ALBUMS Post-card album, em
bossed covers, holds 100 Q
ALBUMS Postcard albums, with
black silk cloth cover. OC
Regular 50c value, special .a5sJl
SCRAP BOOKS A good size
regular scrap book. Regular C
15c quality now on sale for. -'
PHOTO Albums for unmounted
photographs. Regular $1 AQf
and $1.25. Special price"''
COMPASSES Don't lose yonr
self buy a compass. Reg. OC
50c to $1 kind, special at.JJ'
DICTIONARY A handy size to
have, carry it right with lOp
yon. Regular 15c, special."5''
DICTIONARY A pocket diction
ary is one you should 1Q.
have; 25c value, special at.''
LUNCH SET A collapsible lunch
set ; a very handy article. O
Regular 10c $et, special at. J
PENWIPERS Neatly made and
very pretty cloth penwiper, Q
Regular 15c value, special.''
PENWIPER Good chamois pen
wiper for your writing desk. Q
Reg. 15c quality on sale at.-''
STRAPS Book or shawl strap, a
good size. Our regular 5c
quality, special sale price.-
PENCILS Push pencils, handy
for your purse; reg. 25c 1 Q
per doz., special, per doz..
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Luster
dresses iu white, navy, cardinal .
and light blue, ages 2 to 6 years;
these are neatly made. ffO QO
Reg. $5 value, special.?-17'
COATS Girls ' wool coats in plain
and fancy materials; short or
long lengths, ages 6 to fcO QQ
14 yrs. Reg. $8, sp'l.?-''0
WOMEN ' S UNDERWEAR
Sample vests and pants, merino,
mercerized and cotton fleeced,
also tights; an excellent??
bargain. Reg. $2, choice ."--HOSE
2000 pair children's black
cotton stockings, lxl ribbed,
seamless foot and reinforced
heels and toe; fast dye. Q
Regular 20c, special, pair.''
SHOES Men 's shoes in four
styles, plain and tip toes; Winter
weight scles; splendid wearers,
and comfortable. Our !?1 7Q
reg. $2.50 shoes, sp'l.V u
WOMEN'S SHOES 6200 pair of
woman's new Fall Shoes; patent,
gunmetal and dongola kid leath
ers, button and lace; newest styles
and in all sizes. Worth ?0 1Q
$3 per pair, special at.?-1 '
HANDKERCHIEFS 200 dozen
ladies' hemstitched Hdkfs., neat
colored borders, a good qual- 3
ity; value 7c; on special sale.
LAWNS 10,000 yards printed
lawns, dark and light colors,
stripes and figures; splendid A
quality; special at, the yard."
CALICO Special offer in light
and dark calicoes; hundreds of
patterns to choose from. C.
Special sale price, per yard.
CHALLIES 36-in. figured Chal
lies, only two widths, for a com
fort. We make special of- 1 fl
fer at the low price of, yd..-''
CHALLIES 20,000 yards of cot
ton challies, fast colors and pretty
patterns; supply yur-ll5p
self at the low price, yd
LAWNS Printed lawns, splendid'
patterns, for house dresses and
waists. Regular 20o value, "I
on special sale at, the yard.''
DRESS PATTERNS Fancy
printed dress patetrns; 10 yards
each.' Suitable for house ?Q.
dresses, special offer, each.
WERE YOU ONE
"r Those interested in the fine Tualatin Valley
v-JJT apple display in Meier & Frank's window?
Would you like some information about a small farm in
the Tualatin Valley, that would grow that kind of fruit.
If so, call in and talk with us, we have tracts from one
to five acres at NORTH PLAINS, the richest spot in the
Valley, that we are offering at very low prices and easy
terms, and only 55 minutes from the heart of Portland.
Don't let any more opportunities slip by. These tracts
are going fast. They are too much of a bargain to last
CaJl or write for information, y
Ruth Trust Company
Room 3, Chamber of Commerce. Portland, Or.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY an
nounce that the Portland Telephone Directory (including Multnomah,
Clackamas, Clark and Marion County subscribers) will be printed in
Portland. Next issue closes OCTOBER 15TH. Requests for adver
tising space or ehange of listing should reach us on or before that date.
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company
Beck Building, Seventh and Oak Streets.
LETTERS OF CREDIT
fcsned by this bank offer a safe and convenient method
of carrying funds for a trip anywhere in this conn try;
or abroad. They are, in themselves, a letter of intro
duction to any banker and give the bearer standing
ind credit when among strangers.