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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1912)
THURSDAY, JULY II, 1910
TTTT7. TirnRXTNG OREGONIA,
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Prlnttnr-room ......Main 7079 A 09S
City Circulation Ma,nI2I2A52IJ
Managing Editor ij IiX A
6unday Editor Mln 7070 A 809
CompoIn-room Main 7070 A. 60M
Superintendent building ...Main 7070 A 60M
HETt-IO THEATER ?wntl and Taylor)
KInemacolor acenea of the world- Tnia
afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 8:30.
BAKER THEATER (Eleventh and Morri
son) Baker stock company In tha rareo
eomedy. "An Too a Maaont" This ai tar
noon at 2:30: tonight at S:1S.
ORPHECM THEATER Morrlaon. 'WB
Sixth and Sevnth) Vaudeville. This af-
ternoon at :1S and tonight . at 1.10
IMPRESS THEATER (Park and Washlng
ton) Vandevlira. Thla afternoon at 3.1
tonight at 7:80 and S o'clock. ,
PANT AGES THEATER tSeventh and Al
der) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 3.1
tonight at 7:80 and o'clock.
OAKS PARK wniamette RIverV-Aranae.
ment park; varied, attraction. TnU altar,
noon and tonight.
COUNCIL. CREST (Portland Heights)
Beenle Amusement Park.
PEOPLE'S, STAR, ARCADE. OH JOT.
TIVOLI. AND CRYSTAL First-run Pic
tures. 11 A. M.-12 P. M.
BUNOAXOW THEATER (Twelfth and
MorrueD) Pendleton Ronnd-lp """J"
Continuous thia afternoon and evening.
COUNTRY CLUB GROUNDS Roao City
Park oara) Automobile races. This after
noon at 1:30 o'clock.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. Portland vs. Ban
Francisco, this afternoon at 8 o elocK.
MULTNOMAH rTELD (Morrlaon and Twen
tieth) Spectacular drama, "Tha Bridge
of tha Gods." Tonight at 8:30.
OBXGOXIA9 AT RESORTS.
Tor the ooiekeat den Tory of Tha
Oregon lan a Inmraer resorts, snh
acribe through tha folio wins; amta.
City rates. Bubaerlptlona by mail are
payable In advance,
Bayaotaa. Or. . Hotel Bay ocean Aaaes
Brighton Beach. Or.. ..J. A. BaJdwta
Carasa Springs Mineral Springs Hotel
Collins Springs Kred A. Teang
Gear hart Park K. J. Falrhnrst
Lang Bcsnh It-'t Cehea
Kaheotta J- H. Brows
Newport Oeev Sylvester
Oeeaa Park D- B- Beeefay
Rockaway Beach. Or. .WUktas Blea
Bt. Martins Springs. .Mrs. St Martla
Seaside Clark Strattsa
Seariew, Wash Frank E. Straohal
TUJasnoek St. lamat
Was.. ...... .. Merky
OuAKoaiax to Maneuvxr. The Third
Infantry, O. N. G., will hold a pre
li ml nary maneuver at Clackamas, Sun
da morning, preparatory to attending
the joint Army and militia maneuvers,
July 20, below Puget Sound In a simu
lated attack upon the City of Seattle by
in enemy presumed to have landed at
Gray's Harbor. At Si ndays maneuver
new non-coramlasion(ii officers will re.
celre their first flel Instructions in
map reading and patrolling in the face
of the enemy, and some of the newly
appointed field officers of the regiment
will be on trial. The companies will
assemble at the Armory Sunday morn
ing at 7:30 and go by train to Clacka
mas. B. P. O. Em No. 142. Members of
Portland Lodge No. 142 are requested
to meet at the Armory, Tenth and
Couch streets, Thursday morning,
July 11, 8:J0 o'clock for the purpose
of Joining in the grand lodge parade.
Only those wearing the official uniform
will be allowed In line. The uniform
consists of double breasted blue serge
coat, white pearl buttons, white flannel
trousers, white shoes, purple ties, sailor
straw hat, smooth braid, purple Dana.
By order of the E. R.
Cokoiallt offered to Elks and others.
Is tha service of the organization of
Chapln-Herlow Mortgage Trust Com
pany, third floor. Chamber of Com.
merce. The realty experts In this great
bouse have practical knowledge of
Portland's values and the probable
trend of successful Investments. Ask
for free copy of "Upbuilding Port
land's Empire," full of meat. Not neces
sary to deal with this company they
are content to upbuild their city
Portland Piwsbttert to Mat.
Portland Presbytery will meet tomor
row afternoon In the First Presbyterian
'Church to consider the resignation of
Rev. M. C Martin, of tha Kenllwortb
Presbyterian Church, and arrange for
the Installation of Rev. A. L. Hutchi
son, at Third Presbyterian Church. Rev.
Mr. Martin has resigned to accept a
call to the First Presbyterian Church
of San Diego, Cal. He will be dis
missed to the presbytery of San Diego.
Prisoner Attacks Jatlor. C. W.
Olson, arrested on a "drunk" charge,
made a vicious attack on Jailor Pad
rlck In the Municipal Court yester
day, when Padrick was about to re
lease him from the prisoners' box for
trial. Olson bit, scratched and slugged
about promiscuously and it was some
time before he could be subdued. He
Is believed to be mentally deranged.
Olson's arrest was brought about by
his queer actions on the street.
Bsdccsd Rates, Elks' Con vs. mow.
Portland Railway, Liobt 4e Powss
Company. July 8 to 13, round trip,
good date of sale from Barton. Eagle
Creek and Estaeada, 7 So. From same
Joints good July I to 16 Inclusive. L
uly 8 to IS Inclusive additional train
to Estacada' and Troutdale at 10 P. M.
and 11:33 P. M- For same period Ore
gon City trains every half hour to
midnight, then 1 A. M. and 2 A. M.
Operation Mat Savr Etxsiokt. In
the hope of saving Joseph Bucbtel from
total blindness an operation may be
undertaken In the near future. One of
Mr. Buchtel's eyes Is totally blind,
and the other is falling rapidly.
Whether an operation can save it Is not
known. About a year ago the left
eye suddenly failed, and since then the
other eye has been steadily growing
Apostolic Campmseiino in Progress.
The annual campmeetlng of the
Apostolic Faith sect Is In progress
at East Eighteenth and Holgate streets,
in tha South East Side, In a tent that
will seat 1500 persons. A great crowd
is attending the meeting. About 150
small tents are on tha grounds.
Th Philatb-ra Girls, of Taylor-
Street Methodist Episcopal Church will
have seats for sale on the lawn of the
parsonage, 221 Eleventh street, corner
Salmon, for the parade today. The
narada will oass on Salmon street and
the view will be excellent. Seats. 25
cents and 35 cents.
. Mrs. Ladra Baldwin Doo little, ex
clusive decorater and complete house
furnisher, importer of flne fabrics.
wallnanars - and hangings. Color
schemes furnished and estimates made.
With the Baltimore Furniture Co., 411
Gentleves particular in their- style
of clothing should take advantage of
tha reduced prices at J. Polivka A Co.,
206 Corbett bldg. Clothes made to
order only: workmanship and fit guar
anteed. Best material and largo elec
School Board Meets Tonight. The
School Board will meet tonight at
8:30 o'clock to consider the protests of
a number of citisens regarding tha ex
cavatlon for the Falling school play
grounds. Those Interested are Invited
Nbw Krats Buttbt. 3d and Alder sts.
Taks) Launches for battleship Oregon
at foot Morrison street.
Wklcomb B. P. O. E. Drink West
ern ginger ale; elk head on the bottle.
Best Pop On Earth.
' AtJJta's Portraits. Columbia, bids;., for
men. women, children. Maln-A 1535.
50 Shares Prople's Amusement Co,
at $11. Call at Sit Lewis bldg.
New and second-hand showcases.
J25 North Fifth street.
HoLimsa CAMPsrcETiMo to Open.
. 1 .mnmaatinv flf the Ore r OH
rtuu ui. n -
Unlln.H Association SMIS tOUlght Oil
. u nAmnnr Monnt Scott- camp
grounds, a short distance south of the
Mount Scott railway. Meetings will be
held In the canvas auditorium which
will seat 1000 persons and is located
near the center of the grounds. On
the grouncs Desioes mo suuiiurmiu
100 smaller tents for the use of those
u ,.m.in thrnnsrh the meeting's.
There la plenty of pure water and the
association maintains a dining tent -for
the accommodation of campers and
visitors. The preaching force this year
Is composed of Rev. F. E. Walker,
D. D., of California; Rev. Harry Hayes,
of Portland; Rev. James and Stella
Crooks, of Seattle; Dr. O. B. Ong and
others. Meetings will continue through
Masamas to Climb Coalca Pillar.
series or local waiKS wun a o-
day afternoon. Tney wm o?r
there they will want e "8"UftS
they will return to Canemah ark.
where they will enjoy a basket lunch.
rTt.a w.alw MBptV Will UtTlVfl ID r Ul UOUQ I
xso U5.i taw I
at 8:25 P. M.. but those who wish
return on earlier cars.
i.ur vu ww s
Man Charged With Slaving With.
I Tw. a tllimhar Of d.iSt&9te I
-ri.... tsesw.. kaan a -n.iTT.her Of distaste- I
ful white slave cases before the United
States District Court within the last
m .. .... mt thn thalt
Of B. r ink, wno was arreBicu jcaa,.-.j
w TT.i,Ai Gtataa Xfarshal Scott- Fink (
. - - - ..aaaiaw. VARtArdftV
-i a w.Uh kavlntr hrOUsTht his 1
Is charged with having orougnt n
s cuui Dcu wuu ' - wT Tt..i
wife from Ban rrancisco w i
. . .... The evidence in I
for immoral purposes. The evidence in
the possession or special Aiyen, i
iv.iie n aK ho heen his slave I
for a number of years in different
. . v I
Liquor Law J10""0,1 Wl
John Murphy and Virgil Fler were
arrested at Monument.
and brought to
.h.r. nf bavins: sold liquor without
a Government Uemajm. Both were re-
leased on a cash baU of $260 to appear
ICKaou am. a. -r- - -
w.ar. rtmjt fltta r?ommitBloner can
non for a preliminary hearing. in
charge is a purely tecnn'c "e.'
V AAA fc vx
the transfer of the proprietorship of a
saloon It was operated under the
previous license that naa not bw
Patrolhas's Knee Injured. As the
result of the discovery of a broken
piece of bone In the right kneecap of
Patrolman Keegan, who was injured
in a collision between the police patrol
and a St. Johns car on the morning or
June 25, an operation was performed
" T7 ....r.Tvrlav II St. VlnCBnt S
Hospital, by Dr. Fred J. Zlegler and
Dr. I H. Hamilton, im r"
may cripple Keegan for many months,
.ithAmh it is hellaved be has a chance
for eventual recovery.
t. rDn.a Miv1! Tma. A 300-pound
cake of Ice tumbling from an Ice wagon
i .1.11,1., TTHnlpv -Bowman yester-
day caused Bowman to sustain a frac
tured leg. Finley was xne tw"i""j
.u. i.. wann Tha ice. slipped
while he was handling It. Pete Sukalae
was struck by an automobile In the
Jam on the Steel bridge yesterday, and
also sustained a fractured leg. Bukalac
lives at 409 Burnslde street. Both
are at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Dr. E. H. Parker Not Improving.
From a friend who Just arrived from
Phoenix. Aria., word was received this
week that Dr. B. H. Parker, a promi
nent physician and capitalist of this
city, who left Portland about six
months ago for his health. Is not Im
proving. Dr. Parker Is affected with
tuberculosis, and went to the drier
climate In hope that the change would
be benellclal. He has been lighting
the disease for a number of years.
Governor Wst Cohubndbd. Gov
ernor Wesf s action In cleaning UP the
roadhouses was- strongly commended
by the Woodstock Women's Christian
Temperance Union at the meeting yes
t.rdav at the home of Mrs. B. L. Wolff,
at Woodstock. It was the sentiment
of the meeting tnat me roKio
should be required to comply with the
law or close. It was voted to attend
the Chautauqua Friday in a body.
SurrmAaisTS An Enttrtainkd. Miss
Helen Vorlck Boewell, Miss Mary Wood,
the well-known suffrage lecturer, now
In the city, and Mrs. Henry Waldo Coe
were entertained to luncheon at the
Portland Hotel yesterday by Mrs. I W.
Therkelsen. Afterwards the party went
for an automobile ride. Miss Boswell
and Miss Wood spoke last night at the
open suffrage meeting held at Forest
P B. Cm Reception Planned. The
Portland chapters of the P. E. O. sister
hood will hold an Informal reception
. - v.n .opinr. nf trie Bowers
Hotel. Stark and Washington streets,
at 4 o'clock this alternoon. ine recap
tion Is In honor oi r. u. .-. a
i- .v .k. ThorA is a boon at II. IK a
registration headquarters, where visit
ing p. ja. o. S are invite w
Nurserymen to Meet. Oregon and
n..araman will meet tO-
day and Friday In their first annual
Joint convention at tne loung
Christian Association building. The or
ganisation as yet is only temporary and
the work here Is In charge of Frank
W. Powers. Officers will be elected and
permanent organization ' effected this
... TTn T.tuAHT.. The Mount
Bcott Women's Christian Temperance
, l.ij vMtrdav. Ad
union niu ... j
dresses were delivered by Kev. Clarenc
Methodist temperance movement.
J. W. Wilklns and others made ad-
coum m me - 1
weekly meeting of the State tqual
Suffrage Association has been post-
wiaUtev " m . , ' . I
poned until one ween irora tooay. i
meeting will be at the headquarters,
E1 Rellinsr building. ' i
E1S Selling building
fuilis Fbancxs Bacer will give
three morning lectures at the Hotel
Multnomah. July 16. 19 and S3. Course
.1-1.... ee tin aino-iA admlaalon. tl. On
sale at Woodard Clarke's. For Infor
mation telephone Mrs. Thomas, A 95or
Boat from Taylor-street dock week
days. 8 A. M... a P- M.; Sundays, A. M.,
12 M., I P. M. KOUno. np, u ;in..
i.i...- ...h.nraii with Portland Rail
way, Light Power Company cars.
Take a dip in the surf at - oar
hart Park "By-the-Sea," three and a
k.ie u wm .inwTi tha acenia Columbia.
Unexcelled servloe at Hotel Gearhart.
Information and reservauono i va
Notice to Public. My second edi
tion "Sixteen Tears In Oregon," which
fully gives the Winters deed to me,
also startling graft operations, to date,
will be ready by August L Will E.
Yellowstone Park. Private camp
ing trips; six days, ISO. Dorsey B.
Smith, ticket agent. 69 Fifth street.
- Souvenirs and view books of Ore
gon scenery at Gill's. Third and Alder.
Special Elks Dance, at Ringlers. to
night. Second and Morrison. .
On men's high-grade suits. I out prices
II. L. kanva AW.V
my head. Jimmy Dunn, room tli. Ore.
gonlan building. Take elevator.
Woman's Exchange, 18t Fifth.
Served after the parade,
ful place. Home cooking.
a New Tors man has ebtalned a patent
trson an envelope that is In reality a blank,
cut, marked and rummed so that it can
be fofued over a letter and fastened.
urTn nnn in nmmnii
vtiu ntau m uuuhuil
NEW PUBLIC SERVICE BILL IS
Ordinance Would Permit Exaction
of Bond From Customers Cash
Deposits to Draw Interest. ,
Although tha ordinance regulating
nnhlln eat-trtaa eornoratlona was killed
by Mayor Rushlight's veto, another
was Introduced In the City Coun
cil va.t.nlav mnrnlnr htr rnimcilmftn
-- - - v. r.rd. th
-.. i-a-.-i-tion. as
phon. rental without Interest.
and te-,epnone companies to
deposit from every
" . . M
customer. Tnt companies must pay o
a8n deposlta.v ff a
-'-' - - "
bond is exacted it must noi oe more
than twice the value of the instruments
Bti4 ' annnaatiis fnpniahaH YtV thsa) fr.m -
onrl onnorotna fnrnfahAf) 1ST th COm
pany and twice the probable charges of
tne company for six months. It pro-
irUa at tOriA wtaa 4 nf vfolo tinTl.
T'V, Altiana 11 Arl
j. na iirai urumniiuo
nvor th Mnvor'a veto.
The first ordinance failed fo pass
A 4r.nr moottnc rtt t
a Joint meeting or tne juoiciary ana
mausinai comma iiees m im uij v-uum
mi will h. held at 1:80 next Thursda
ell will be held at 1:30 next Thursday
co consider r. uyau nw v'"i
nrH(nnr An a two others, one reauir
to consider Mr. uiyae s new proposed
m telephone companies to install
mmw nrnmntlv when reoufistad. and
other fixing; the minimum rate to
be "charged fo7 gas or electricity at SO
a referred tQ the
committees bv the Council yesterday.
Th, ouestion whether or not the Port-
I land Railway, Light A Power Company
- franc', ,",,. tne operfction
Wegt Md w
cars on the West Side, and by what
authority It operates In the city, was
refel.red by the Councll to the judiciary
committee. The question how to con-
solldate the city and- county, whether
by memorial, charter amendment or act
nf tha Tta-lalature. also was referred to
the Judiciary committee.
The sale to w. tr. wnite or improve
ment bonds to the amount of $99,676.69
at 4 per cent was confirmed. .
VAN SCHAACK TO LECTURE
"Prevention of Industrial Accidents"
to Be Discussed.
"The Prevention of Industrial Aocl
Annm" im tha anhiant nf sn illustrated
lecture to be given at Eilers Hall, Sev.
entn and Ajaer street, on jvriaay, juij
12, at 8 P. M.. by David Van Schaack,
of Hartford, Conn., dlreotor of the bu
reau of inspection and aooident preven
tion of the Aetna Ufa Insurance Com
pany. Mr. Van Schaack is tha author of two
of tha most important works that have
yet appeared in this country on the
question of lessening so far as possible
by preventive measures the frightful
annual killing and injuring of indus
trial workers. Tha first book, "Safe
guards for the Prevention of Industrial
AexMants" was nubllshed In 1910: the
second, "Woodworking Safeguards," ap
peared last Dan. ai Tne present uxne
he Is engaged in preparing another
hnnV jleallna' with tha ttraventton Of
accidents In the various metal-working
inaustries. His name is a i-
miliar one as a contributor to various
periodicals which devote attention to
present-day Industrial conditions. '
W. C. JOHNSON IS BURIED
Portland dtisen la Laid to Best
With Fitting Ceremony.
The funeral of the late William Carey
Johnson, who died Friday. July 6, was
held yesterday afternoon- at the White
Temple. Rev. & P. Davis, of Oregon
City, formerly Mr. Johnson's pastor and
a friend of many years' standing, offi
ciated, assisted by Rev. John FUnn,
the aged Portland minister, also a close
friend. The honorary pallbearers were
Henry E. McGinn, W. D. Fenton. C A.
Dolph. C M. Idleman. C. W. Fulton.
Li. R, Webster. The active pail Bearers
were -H. E. Cross, J. W. Loder, D, C
Ttouratta. W. A. Elmlck. H. B. Nicho
las, George C BrownelL The services
at the Crematorium were private.
JUnge lva.vana.up u naa sppuiuvvu
i.n.in. MmmltiM tn nraDare reso
lutions for the Bar Association on the
death of Mr. Johnson: C. M. Idleman,
C. A. Dolph. C H. Carey. C W. Fulton.
A. H. Tanner. The committee will re
port on July 32.
"JIM" BOWP CALLS TRAINS
Retired TJsber at Union Depot Calls
Trains on Special Occasion.
An old gray. ' erlppled man In a
ma.lor'i iiniform walked
''T.k w ,,.l.Vt7 i taTtrf It wa
ing" the Willamette Umlted. It wa
-"... i Vi nt nf
the iron gate at th. big station and
who retired a year ago oecaus no
was badly crippled with rheumatism.
dj .h lives on Grand ave-
SOT. DOWU, WHW aOB Wa a '
declares he Is only ST years old,
but tne atatloB men 8ay that he Is at
, i .,Iiim in vaars nf aara.
i...t tk nrf nerhana SO years of age.
For a man only 67 years of age, the
ancient station master took a lot of
boyish Interest In - calling just one
can find at our establishment stones to meet every
requirement. . Nature's most perfect color in flaw
less gems. '
Mechanical perfection in cutting and shape. Ar
tistic perfection in mounting.
Our prices are most reasonable and our years ia
business in Portland is our best credential-
Sea ns before buying that stone,
Oufc-of-town visitors are most cordially invited to
call at our establishment.
. Diamond Dealers and Jewelers. ,
130 Fifth St.,, '. . Old in Portland,
Yeon Building. New in Location.
Carelessness as to details in
real estate transac
afford to be care
less in regard to
title matters. Our
. guaranteed Cert ifi
cate of Title is a safe
C a 1 1 for booklet. Title &
Trust Co., Fourth and Oak.
train.- His faded eyes brightened up
and he was not quite so stooped as he
w .J -1 .... .u. tha station
performing the duty that engrossed him
lor len yearn.
nlu1lo- wss arrnrrted him to
day because of the festive occasion.
BANFF. HOT SPRINGS..
The attraction of the Canadian Na
tional Park; All Elks should see Banff.
T)nur.l-tT-in rata ISK- Ticket office
Third and Pine, Multnomah Hotel.
Where Portland Roses Grow.
Tou are Invited to visit our rose
gardens, where nearly, 100,000 rose
plants are growing in tne open neiu.
Take Bellwood car. Catalogue will be
m4iA f... ah vAmtast. Wa ahin roses
anywhere and guarantee good delivery.
1180 Milwaukie " Avenue,
Newspapermen's Reception Today.
a .....tlnn wH ha tendered at 2
o'clock this afternoon te the local and
visiting newspaper men, grand lodge
officers and members of the Portland
Elks' commission at Weinhard's
brewery. A programme of entertain
ment has betn prepared and some kind
of refreshments will be served.
A revelation to any
AFITTISfO AFTERMATH Or
PARADE AND OTHER
OF THE ELKS' CONVENTION IS
TO VIEW THE INCOMPARABLE
Visitors or residents who want
to enjoy a delightful experience
should take the steamer "TBAl"
for an all-day boat ride to The
Leaves Oak-street Dock at T
A M. Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs
day. Fare, one way. $1.00; round
trip. $1.60. Returns Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Can stop
overnight on boat; berth 76c
Good meals 60o each.
- Furthermore, if you want a
satisfactory vacation outing of
four days for $13.70, all planned
ahead ask for schedule and fur
Open River Transporta
A. B. Westell, Manager.' Phone
JMala 2960, A 3637. Passengers
aad Freight, Portland to Tha
Dallea and Intermediate Landinga
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
EXCURSION FARES ,
A National Gather
ing, Portland. "
Tickets, July 7 to 10.
Return July 15.
Return Through Se
, attle, July 22.
Tickets sold July 11, 12 and 13
Limit July 15
AN ELECTRIC TRIP THROUGH
THE BEAUTIFUL WILLAM
One of the Richest Sections of the
9 DAILY TRAINS EACH WAY
Details. Schedules, etc., at
CITY TICKET OFFICES
Fifth and Stark Streets
Tenth and Stark Streets
Tenth and Morrison Streets
Eleventh and Hoyt Streets
Front and Jefferson Streets
Tte big cake that does
not waste, scatter or melt
CLEANS, SCOURS, POLISHES
FROM CELLAR TO GARRET
Phone East 491
Address 120 Grand Ave.
Foster & Kleiser
Hifh-Grado Commercial and Electria
Seventh and taat Everett litre at
Fbonea Eaat 1111. B tti.
Edward E. Goudey
( nor cent on best business propertlaa.
( ner eent and T per cent on other close.
In business and residence saourltles.
Tickets, Berth Reservations,
City Ticket Office
255 Morrison St, cor. 3d St
Main 244 Phonei A 1244
Summer Eastbound Excursion Tickets
On sale for numerous dates to September 30.
A. D. CHARLTON
Assistant Genl Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
A cordial invitation is
extended to Visiting
Elks, and tneir friends,
to call and inspect our
plant devoted to flie
manufacture of Printing
ing Blank Books, Seals
Rubber Stamps, etc.
The Irwin;-Hodson Co.
Fifteenfli and Glisan Streets
Stationary Store. 92 Fift Stmt
TWELFTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
Portland's newest and most beautiful
hotel Absolutely fireproof Both
phones in every room Commercial
tourists and family hotel European
plan High-class grill in connection.
THE ANNEX HOTEL CO.
F. P. WILLIAMS, MGR.
NOW OPEN FOB BUSINESS
Your money left with us for investment
is put into first mortgages on improved real estate
' " : tha best possible security. Back of them is our $100,000
guarantee. We pay you 7 as much as you would get if
you loaned it direct and we protect you against any
loss, expense or annoyance. We take any amount from
$100 to $5000. We shall be glad to explain how to you.
266 Stark Street. Main 6337.
A Portland Corporation - Under State Supervision
A Talk to the Ladies
Ton tell your husbands. Don't
younike to feel, when you send
your nice dresses to be cleaned,
that tbey are in the hands of com
petent cleaners t We clean more
fine dresses than all other clean
ers in Portland.
One-piece dresses . . . $1.00 to $1.50
Fancy dresses $1.50 to $3.00
vi.ir waista $ .50t0$1.00
Tailored suits $1.25 to $1.75
Lonf jackets $1.39 to $i.ou
Plain skirts 50c
Pleated skirts 75c
They will be satisfactory, too.
During the Month of July Gents'
Out-of-town business will re
ceive prompt attention. Write for
information and price list.
U. S. Laundry Co.
DRY CLEANING DEPT.
Pbonei: East 63, B 1193.
Carnival of Pleasure,
July H 16. 18
Return July 22.
$4 Per Month, Up.
Kohler & Chase
S75 Waahlnrton St.,
t Weat Park.
The Columbia Sanitarium, whtch hai
been located at the corner of sixth and
Yamhill utreota. next to the Portland
Hotel, has been removed to larger and
more elegant quarter at S5H Wah-lng-ton
street, corner of Seoond street,
and la now well prepared to treat and
cure diseases of men. women and chil
dren. Phone Main 299S.
(t you have a claim of any kind. na..
14 yeara' experience. Refaranoaa
RICHARD CARX CLAIM AGENCY.
Marshal) S W1 Xeon Hide