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THE MORXIXfi OREGONIAN, WEDNESDA X, OVl-X 17,
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CITY NEWS' IN BRIEF
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HETt-TI? THKATER 'Sr-nth n4 JV'or
Cathrina Coootls. In "The Thief." This
aftarnoon at l li and tonliht at
BAKER THEATER E!emh and forrl
on) Motion ptcturea of whlta alaTa trai
flc Contlnuoua from 1:30.
ORPHECM THEATER (Morrison, betwatn
. . . . B . 1. 1 1'..4 Thll El
ternoon at 1 14 and toolfht at l-iv
PANT AGES THEATER Svntn and Al
der) Vaudeville. Thte afternoon at Jt.lt.
tonlcht at 7:80 and o'clock.
EMPRESS THEATER (Park and Waahjnt
ton) Vaodevllla, Thla afterroon at a.io.
tonight at 7:20 and 8 o'clock.
OAKS PARK (Willamette R,Ter'r7A'B,!"
raent park: Tarled attraction. Thte after,
noon and tonight.
KECREATIOM PARK (24th and VMlhn)
Baseball. Portland t. Vernon, tnla after
noon at ft o'clock.
COUNCIL. CIEET 'Portland HelgbU)
ficenlo Amuaomant Park.
', PEOPLE'S. STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT.
TrVOLI. AND CRTSTALr Flrat-run pic
ture. 11 A. M.-12 P. M.
OREGONIAN AT RESORTS
For tbe qneck-st d-UTwry of Tho
Orrgonlaa at Summer rceorta, anb
arrlbe througb the following asrata.
City rates. Soberriptloaa by mall are
payable In alranca.
Bayorran. Or-Hotsl BayocMn Annex
Brighton Beach, Or J. A. Baldwin
Canton Springa Mineral Springe Hotel
Collina Springs Fred A. Tonne;
Long Uracil Louie Cohen
Nabcotta J. H. Brown
Newport Geo. Slrreate-r
Ocean Park D. E. Beerhy
Rockaway Beach.Or. .Wilkin Rice
St. Martina Springs. .Mra. St. Martin
Seaalde Clark Stratton
S-artew, Wash . .. .Frank E. Strahal
Tillamook J. 8. Lamor
Tokrlaod, , Waata John Norby
CaacadJa, Or G. M. Geisendorfer
SocrETT Sets Convention Datb.
The Oregon State Horticultural So
ciety, which Is one of the sponsors
for the First Pacific Northwest Land
Products Show which is to be held In
Portland, November 18 to 23, has de
cided to hold Its annual convention
In Portland on the same dates as the
land show. The first prizes offered for
the land show are from the Pacific
Homestead, which promises a year's
subscription to every district exhibiting
in the show. Other contributions to
the prize list from merchants, manu
facturers, transportation companies and
other concerns are expected to begin
coming; In very soon. The committee
has not yet been able to determine upon
a place In which to hold the show but
this probably will be decided within a
Publishers' Claim Not Allowed.
Probate Judge Cleeton yesterday re
fused to allow a claim of J325 of the
5. J. Clarke Publishing Company
against the estate of Peter Hobkirk.
Last Fall Mr. Hobkirk, who died In
April, signed a contract to pay $325
for a full-page halftone and write-up in
a book historically descriptive of Port
land and Its pioneers. The contract
called for the payment of half on ap
proval of proofs and the balance on
publication. Mr. Hobkirk died before
the proofs were presented but publica
tion was gone ahead with. His widow
and administratrix refused to pay the
bill. Judge Cleeton held that the pub
lishing company had not received an
"O. K." of the proofs and should not
have published the halftone and its
accompanying descriptive matter.
Family Given Numbers. The Ah
Sing family has been found to be so
numerous In the annals of the Federal
authorities, in connetcion with being
arrested for having contraband opium
In their possession, that they are given
numbers. No. 6 was given a hearing
yesterday before United States Com
missioner Cannon on the usual family
charge, but the evidence did not war
rant a conviction and he was dis
charged. This particular Ah Sing
might have been arrested before but
when one of the name is arrested he
Is given a number in advance of the
previous Ah Sing for the purpose of
avoiding a complication In the records.
Railway Strengthens Force. In
creasing freight and passenger busi
ness in the Portland territory has
caused the Chicago & Northwestern
railroad to strengthen Its force In this
city. A. R. Kerrigan, who for sev
eral years has been freight and pas
senger solicitor In Portland, has been
appointed passenger agent with sole
charge of passenger business under
direction of E. C. Griffin, general agent
T. M. Jordan, formerly with the Erie
and the Canadian lines, has been ap
pointed soliciting freight agent, a posl
ton Just created on account of the
Investigation or the Hit Begins.
Investigation of the charge by Vivian
Russell, aged TS, and Josephine Moore,
aged 2S. of Seattle, that they were sold
Intoxicants at The Hut, a roadhouse on
the Llnnton road, on the night of July
6, was commenced yesterday by the
grand Jury. W. S. Swaggert. proprietor
of The Hut, who is already under In
dictment, declares that the girls were
not even allowed access to the place
and that they caused considerable
trouble when turned away. He has
been Insistent In demanding that his
witnesses be allowed to go before the
R. E. Piper Appointed Agent. R. E.
Piper, contracting freight agent In
Portland for the New York Central
lines, has been appointed agent for the
Western Transit Line with offices In
this city. This concern is controlled
by the New York Central and is or
ganized to handle traffic across the
Great Lakes by steamers. It carries
much business destined to and originat
ing In Portland. Trade with the Port
land territory has been growing so
much recently that the appointment of
an agent was made necessary.
M OS HER ENDS VACATION. E. W.
Mosher. secretary-treasurer of the
Portland Transportation Club and city
passenger agent for the Pennsylvania
railroad, returned yesterday from Cloud
Cap Inn, where he passed a. ten-day
vacation. Mosher left the city before
the Elks' convention. He Is not used
to big crowds and manages to get
out of town every time there is a
chance of one assembling.
McCrsKTR Will Speak. Thomas Mc
Cusker, known In political circles as
leader of the La Follette forces In
Oregon, will be the principal speaker
at the weekly luncheon of the Portland
Transportation Club at the Imperial
Hotel at noon tomorrow. He will talk
on "Railroading Now and Then." Dave
Andrews, of the Milwaukee office, will
be the chairman of the day.
Up the Columbia via steamer
Bailey Gatzert weekday excursion to
Collins, returning via North Bank, at
5:30 P. M.. $2.15 round trip; from Alder
street dock, at 7 A. M. Phones: Main
914. A 5112.
Mount Hood Mineral Springs Hotel
and hot mineral baths now open H4
miles east of Government Camp: stage
daily from Portland and Boring on
O. W. P. Address Rowe. Or.
Modern Cottage Just finished on
ocean front lot at Gearhart "By-the-Sea"
for sale: easy terms. Call lOOhi
Fourth st. Phones: Main 129S, A 7268.'
Special While Thet Last.
Fancy decorated souvenir. Elk steins
and plates, one-half price. Multnomah
Hotel news stand.
New Kkats Bcrm, 3d and Alder ata.
tit . d-m.ij,,, 7,m Tit mnndl
valued at $500 and $575 in cash were
left lying in the seat of a taxicab, by
Mrs, T. M. Call, of Pendleton, when
she left the vehicle at 86 Cleveland
avenue, yesterday morning. The lost
was reported Immediately to the detec
tive headquarters. and Detectives
Vaughn and Lltherland. assigned to the
search, traced down the chauffeur as
he was on bis way back to the place
where be had left his fare. Mrs. Call
engaged the vehicle at the Union
Depot and upon alighting at her desti
nation, being burdened with other bag
gage, left the handbag containing her
valuables on the seat. The driver
proceeded on his way without noticing
the fact until he reacherd his stand
Opium Popular With Negroes. With
the arrest of Ada James, a negress,
at 109 Fourteenth street, the Federal
authorities have learned that the
"black slave" district contains at least
one opium den and that the negroes
are addicted to the drug In a growing
ratio with the population of the Chi
nese. When the house was raided by
the police, of which Ada James was
the proprietress, three Jelly glasses
full of No. 1 opium were found and
the eight men arrested at the same
time gave evidence of being dope fiends.
Tbe woman is being held by United
States Marshal Scott while a thorough
Investigation of the district can be
made by the customs Inspectors.
Kenton Paving Starts. Contractor
Elwood Wiles, who secured four streets
In Kenton to Improve, has started work
with a few men. Lateral sewers are
being put in, but the real work of
paving the streets Is yet to be started.
Gelbisch & Joplln. who secured the con
tract for eight streets In Kenton ag
gregating $91,000, are getting ready to
Improve these streets. Chief Dowell,
of the Fire Department, told the peo
ple of Kenton that the street there
must be paved before the city can in
stall a flre engine In the fire station
which Is being built there.
Freight Service to Begin Jult 18.
The transportation committee of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday was
notified that, begining Thursday, July
18, the Oregon Electric will open its
line to Albany for freight service.
Shipments of carload lots and less will
be handled through from Portland to
Albany, and to points from Portland
between Salem and Albany full car
loads only will be handled it present.
So soon as the freight facilities can be
increased the service to all points along
the line will be made the same.
Attendance at Campmeetino In
creases. Attendance at campmeetlng
In progress at Tremont Station, South
East Side, under auspices of the Ore
gon Holiness Association, is Increasing.
At the evening meetings the big audi
torium Is usually filled. Rev. F. E.
Walker has charge of the services. Rev.
Harry Hayes leads the music Rev. C.
Howard Davis has charge of the
grounds. Rev. N. Ong and. Rev. and
Mrs. James Crooks are assisting.
Woman Sues Former Spouse. Walter
L. Webb, proprietor of the Westfall
apartments, Is defendant In a suit de
manding $5591.75 filed in Circuit Court
yesterday by Llllle T. Webb, who se
cured a divorce from him In Los An
geles July 2. 1898. Mrs. Webb de
clares that her husband was ordered by
the decree to pay $50 a month for the
support of her and their children and
the amount she Is seeking to collect
Is unpaid alimony.
Sproulb Inspects Line. William
Sproule, president of the Southern Pa
cific, accompanied by D. W. Campbell,
general superintendent, made his Initial
trip over the new line to Tillamook
yesterday. Before returning to San
Franciscd Mr. Sprrule also will visit
other points in Oregon, particularly
those In the Willamette Valley that
are to be affected by the electrification
now under way by the Southern Pa
cific Woman's Funeral Held. Funeral of
ir.. ca UaUna A nddrsnn who died
July 13, at the family home, 859 Capital
avenue, was held yesterday at Pear
son's chapel, 369-371 Russell street.
Burial was at Rose City fars uemetery.
Mrs. Anderson was 81 years old. She
was mother of Mrs. John W. Hawkins
and Mrs. Edna Nelson, of Dallas. Or.,
and sister of Victor Anderson, of Cham
Charles A. Johns, formerly of
Baker, Or., who recently moved to this
city and opened law offices at
on 1-9 in .ha Vflnn ruilldinfir. has
moved his offices to rooms 1309-10-11-12
In the same building, wnere ne
and his son, Claude M. Johns, will be
found in the future.
Special discounts on embroidery
work during July and August: mono
grams a specialty; bring in your table
linens now. The Needlecraft Shop, 388
Oregon State Tennis Championship.
Evert Dat. 10 A. M. and I P. M.
Admission, 60c. Season Tickets. $1.50.
See the new Louis XIV. punch work,
cut work and tapestry work. Free les
sons daily. The Needlecraft Shop, 3J$
Ohio Society meets tonight, Eliza
bethan room. Imperial Hotel. All
$12,000 Buys from owner, well Im
proved corner on North 16th St., near
Savler st Apply AB 224. Oregonlan.
Aunes Portraits. Columbia bidg., for
men. women, children. Maln-A 1635.
Fine. Bio Swimming Plunge now
open dally, 25c 167 4th, near Yamhill.
Dr. Mae Cardwell has returned.
ACTIVITY MYSTIFIES TOWN
Application for Franchise and Sales
Puzzle Warrenton Folk.
"There Is not anether harbor in the
world, located on salt water, accessible
so easily by rail, that lies in such close
proximity to the sea and its trade
routes, and. at the same time, is so
readily available for waterfront im
provement as I have found at Warren
ton, at the mouth of your great Colum
bia River." M ,
Coming from the Hps of a delegate
to the recent Elk reunion, himself a
prominent man in Eastern marine shlp-
. , , . . i i . Khmtt as
ping circiea, i.u ---
disinterested a summary of conditions
at the Columbians mourn as coum no
secured. Considerable additional value
Is loaned to the remark by virtue of
the fact that this same gentleman,
whose name is temporarily withheld,
. . -1 . w Am. m anecl U 1 trin
aamittea j "iuu" r '
to Warrenton as the representative of
a coterie or nig snipping ..,u-.
the Atlantic seaboard. While In War
renton his presence was not discovered.
nor were his ODjecis noo ruw""
We have for sale the finest new 10
roora house In Irvlngton. located on
Thompson street near 17th. Hardwood
' h.Ani,)initt All rnrtma naDered.
Two baths, three toilets, two fireplace.
billiard-room: finished throughout in
mahogany and oak. or price c. w
rkwnspa and nnlHn.
tit and Brazee. K. 935, C 2222.
We have for sale a fine SOxlOO-foot
lot on Senate street, near S9tn, lor oio
free from Incumbrance.
F. E. BOWMAN A CO.
lid and Brazee. E. 93o. C 2322.
THE ARTF LIVING.
Correct food and cool, airy rooms
mean happiness for guests In Summer.
The Bowers Hotel haa everything at
GIRL TELLS OF PLOT
Haze! Erwin Admits Wallace
Not First Victim.
CONFESSION IS REPEATED
Prisoner Asserts Man, Whose Xame
She Does Not Know- Was Lured
to Room, Drugged and
Robbed of Money.
Ray W. Wallace, who was killed In a
rooming-house on Alder street, and for
whose murder Wlllard Tanner and
Hazel Erwln are held to answer, was
not the first victim of a conspiracy be
tween them, said Haxel Erwln in an
extended statement, made ' to Deputy
Fitzgerald yesterday, and transcribed
by a stenographer.
This tardy admission Is received by
the prosecutor and the detectives as a
strong link in the chain they are pre
paring for Tanner, as tending to show
a more active part In the murder plot
than was indicated In the girl's former
statements, obviously framed to pro
tect her companion.
Name la Not Told.
The girl could not give the name of
the former victim, and the authorities
are withholding the details for con
firmatory Investigation. She said that
he had been lured to her room by her,
and that Tanner had provided sleep
ing powders by which his drink was
drugged. Then, acting together, she
said, they relieved the unconscious man
of his purse, containing $11.
It Is Believed mat anaiuui
win ho hroiirht to light, and it may
be shown that the man and girl had
embarked upon a career of this class
of crimes. This is further indicated
hv the statement of a witness, that
Hazel had laughingly boasted of hav
ing "put a man to sleep witn a Deer
bottle" and getting $liO from him.
When Questioned on 'this point. Hazel
said she remembered nothing of hav
ing made such a boast ana aeciarea
that there was no truth In the statement.
. Statement Again Made.
Prpnaratorv to a hearing before the
grand Jury to begin today, the girl
was taken to detective headquarters
yesterday to make a written statement
her former Interviews not having been
in the presence of a stenographer. She
told in moat details, the same story as
at her last appearance, when she con
fessed that Wallace had been lurea to
her room with Intent to get money
from him; that sleeping powders had
been prepared, and that when he re
fused to drink the liquor containing
them. Tanner had felled him with a
bolt obtained for the purpose at the
site of the new railroad bridge.
Throughout this former statement
the crlrl made olain attempts to shoul
der all the responsibility for conceiv
ing and urging the crime, and put
Tanner in the light of being an. acquies
cent too.;. Yesterday, while this dispo
sition was still manifest she did not
go to the same lengths, and the In
vestigators are more than ever con
vinced that Tanner was an active con
spirator, not only in this affair, but
n previous ones.
John Wallace, father of the murdered
man. was taken into the grand Jury
room yesterday. In advance of the com
plete hearing of the case. In order to
suit his convenience. His testimony j
was confined to -routine matters. .
BRIDE LEFT ON 18TH DAY
Ida Ia, Smith Tells Court Husband
Departed Without Word.
ALBANY. Or.. July 16. (Special.)
Eighteen days of married life w-.is
enough for J. V. Smith and Ida L.
Smith, of Lebanon. Mrs. Smith testi
fied in the State Circuit Court here
yesterday that 18 days after they were
married, early in 1911, her husband
left, assigning no reason for his de
parture, and that she had not seen him
since. Judge Galloway gave her a de
cree of divorce.
Edith M. Daniels also secured a de
cree of divorce in the Circuit Court
here yesterday, because of desertion
by her husband, Dan T. Daniels. E.
Brothers, of Lebanon, who Is the father
of Mrs. Daniels and a neighbor of Mrs.
Smith, served as the witness In each
Altogether Judge Galloway granted
three divorces here yesterday after
noon, the other being In the case of A.
C. Foster vs. Loretta Foster.
FAIR AT SCI0 ATTRACTS
Hundreds of Persons Will Attend
Exhibition From Albany.
ALBANY, Or., July 16. (Special.)
Hundreds of Albany residents are plan
ning to attend the annual Linn County
fair, which will be held at Sclo the
latter part of next month, and big ex
cursions probably will be arranged
from this city. Big delegations will
go from Albany, for the double reason
that the fair will be bigger and better
than ever this year and also because
practically all of Scio attended the re
cent big Oregon Electric celebration In
Besides sending Its entire popula
tion to the celebration here, Sclo sent
a dozen decorated automobiles, bear
ing banners portraying events of the
coming fair, and these automobiles
formed a prominent section of the bJg
parade of the celebration.
ARTISTS ON FILMS COSTLY
Bernhardt Receives $300 for One
Pose Rejane Gets $200.
PARIS, July IS. (Special.) In the
course of an action brought by the
present directors of the Artistic Film
Company against their predecessors
there emerged some interesting facts
as to the payments made by the com
pany to great artists each time they
"turned." that is, posed.
Madames Rejane, Bartet Jeanne
Granier and the older Coquelln re
ceived $200. The highest fee was one
of $300. paid to Madame Sarah Bern
hardt. who. In addition, was entitled
to one halfpenny for every yard of
film given the length and rapidity of
the modern film, no contemptiDie per
It is nnderstood that on one occasion
and one only did - Madame Bernhardt
"turn' for the Artistic turn company,
and on seelnr the result she was so
disgusted that no fee would tempt her
to pose a second time.
LADDIES DESERT LASSIES
Data Regarding Scotch Emigration
Shows Alarming Condition.
LONDON. July 13. (Special.) Some
extraordinary revelations are about to
How to Finance
If you are going on an
extended trip for your
vacation, you must
either carry consider
able money and run
the risk of loss or of
fer checks that may not
Our American Bankers'
meet every requirement
of those who travel to
places where they are
They are of no value to
thieves but once
signed and presented
properly they are ac
Company of Oregon
Third and Oak Streets
be made In connection with the emi
gration from Scotland.
It has been ascertained that the num ber
of deserted wives and families who
have been thrown upon the rates in
Glasgow is so large that the annual cost
is estimated at Detween .-o.uuu ana
Inquiries in other parts of Scotland
have brought out the information that
In proportion to the population the per
centage of desertions outside Glas
gow Is even greater, so that It Is com
puted the public expenditure due to
this cause In Scotland must be between
$150,000 and $200,000.
The figures are so striKing mat mere
miv be a disposition to regard them
as grossly exaggerated, but the data
appear to be beyond challenge.
OREGON EDUCATOR DIES
Abraham Tj. Clark, ex-Principal of
Davis School, Stricken.
A.h1.m Tlnnnln flerlr frtrmrlv
-vv-lnnlnol ftf th FlnvlR flrflOOl and
brother-in-law of Circuit Judge Kava-
naugh, died yesterday morning at nis
home, 734 Irving street, after a long
,4i& (a cMmarh trnuhlA. The
funeral will be held Thursday morning
at 9 o ciock ai oi. mrys wtuwuw
and burial will be at Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Mr. Clark resigned as prln-i-inoi
of tho Davis BChool February 1,
his poor health being the cause.
He Is survived Dy a wioow, munna
7a.n,ii.h flni-lr nnrf four children.
Mary, Sylvester, Blanche and Francis.
Mr. ClarK was a graauie oi nuumuiu
University, Salem, and had taught
school in the stata for a quarter of a
century. For 20 years he was In
. . 1 .,.1.. (ha nnnlHnnJi nf
ADiunB, in lujij ...w
high school principal and city superin
tendent He came to roruano a coupie
of years ago. Mr. Clark was 62 years
MILK "ORDINANCE FRAMED
Grades for Infants, Adults and for
Cooking Only to Be Allowed.
Tk... mai r.r rnliv tho first for
.Via oafvmifl fn, Ariiilta. and the
third for cooking and manufacturing.
are called for in an ordinance areuea
by City Attorney Grant at the Instance
n ri.. vtillr fViAmlcxr CaIIowav These
three grades will be A, B and C, A be
ing the highest.
The proposed measure is drafted
after the New York milk ordinance,
modified to meet local conditions. It
will not nullify requirements of the
present milk ordinance. The seUlng.of
milk from cows not found by test free
. ,k.w.Rinal, will nnt rttt nArmitted.
The ordinance is to become effective,
If passed, January l, int.
Black lettering on bottle caps and
r thA hnt milk, green letters
for tire second grade and red letters
for the lowest grade win oe u iuio.
The committee on health and police
will consider the ordinance Friday.
Home Ruler Picks Plum In Church
of Ireland Living.
TTroT.rtf T,il 1H fRrtftnlftL) To the
vacant canonry of St Patrick's Cathe
dral. Dublin, one of the highest dis
tinctions in the disestablished Irish
Church, an Interesting appointment has
Just been made. The Dean and Chap
ter, to whom the patronage faUs for
this turn, nave eeiecieu mo -
Hannay, rector of Westport better
- , nnn..rmi admirers of his
entertaining books on Irish life and
character by his pen name oi ixeorso
a .tfln,nt nolrtt about this promo
tion is that Canon Hannay. though a
native of Belfast and an Irish Epis
copalian, has long been a perfervid
.14-. waq nnn of the five
stalwarts who opposed the resolution
condemning home iiuie i urn .
meeting of the Irish cnnrcn eynoo.
BRIDE, IN HER ROOM, SHOT
Relative of Injured Woman Awaits
Result of 'Wounds.
TTTT3T TJ T.ilw 13 i'SnAClaL) Sat-
.Lru " J - - - '
nrday last a woman named Mary Cu-
sack, wu removed irom ner
.1 t , . u'ni-vhnn, lnflrmarv.
LI I O UVU&u.ov. ' " "
ffnm iQD.r, lnlurles caused
by revolver shots. It Is said' that shots
were flred into a nearoom in whim
l i i hi) vhn hflVP
woman tuiu u "uu'-'-
only been married a few days, were
S "hVpollce have arrested Michael Kil-
. 1 . 1 - .kA 1n1l1T-AA WOTTian.
roy, a reitnio -- j --
He was taken before a magistrate, and
remanded, airs. tuic ' "
a critical condition.
$6 PANTS FOR $3.
p.i,. at nttlr of our J 4.00. $5.00
and $8.00 pants for $3.00 odd patterns
And broken lines. Big variety. The
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store. Third
and Stark, Third and Morrison.
Jubilee Booklet Issued.
A souvenir booklet commemorative
IF YOU EVER NEED A REFRIGERATOR
YOU NEED IT NOW
WHEN WE SAY REFRIGERATOR WE DO NOT
MEAN AN ICE BOX, BUT SOMETHING THAT IS
A REFRIGERATOR IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD.
THE BOHN SYPHON REFRIGERATOR STANDS
WITHOUT A PEER IN CONSTRUCTION, IN
DURABILITY, IN BEAUTY.
IT'S A MECHANICAL MASTERPIECE.
ITS FOOD KEEPING VALUE MAKES IT SUPREME.
IT MORE THAN KEEPS FOOD COLD IT KEEPS
BE SURE AND EXAMINE THE BOHN BEFORE
UNDER SEVERE TESTS IT HAS PROVEN THE
GREATEST REFRIGERATOR MADE.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
HONEYMAN HARDWARE CO.
FOURTH AND ALDER STREETS.
-, i "
i " 1 1
of the Silver Jubilee celebrated last
month by Mount Angel college nas jusi
been Issued. The book, which Is beau
tifully decorated throughout contains
more than 100 photographs of old stu
H.nt. thni have become prominent in
various fields since leaving college.
Pictures of many or tne memoers w .
faculty and officers of the college are
. .k.tnh Timnfnff- thrOUCrhOUt
the book traces the history of the col
lege from Its Deglnning 10 tne preoeui.
The booklet was Issued from the print.
t Via PtAnArlictine Fathers
at Mount Angel. There are no adver
tisements in the booklet -ine juouee
poem, entitled "Jubilee Bells," Is con-
. : a A nnaninr rtACTA. and is
from the pen of Father Paul Manion.
of Mount Angel, wno nas won some
recognition In Catholic circles as a
wri ter of poems.
Tou can select from our
menu many seasonable
foods for your break
fast luncheon or dinner.
Foods that appeal to the
palate and that promote
health cool, satisfying
salads, dainty fish and
meat dishes, savory
vegetables and delicious
Come to the Grill or
you'll be pleased with
the foods and the re
The Portland Hotel '
G. J. Kaormann. Manager.
For Two Days.
Seventy -varieties of the latest
novelties and the newest Spen
cers will be on display here to
day and Thursday.
You are invited.
PORTLAND SEED CO.
Front and. Yamhill Streets.
Foster & Kleiser
HlCh-Gmde Commercial and Eleetrte
Bast Seventh and Bart Bverert 2
Phones East 1111. B X2S4.
CCHWAB PRSNTIMG CQ
OBEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
Free Yourself From Detail
and You'll Accomplish More
Wast Jlh J.
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Any problem of
and arranged to
suit your particu
Men who carry their
business, in their head
would be much better
off if they carried it in
their office equipment
It's the multitude of
petty details which
are so wearing on the
average American busi
For all these details, we have a sys
tem, a device or a method to take
them off your memory and bring them
up automatically at the proper time.
Your mind is left free for big
Let us help you to carry your busi
ness in your equipment. Let us know
what your problems are well solve
"Everything for the Office"
M A TLf? STATIONERY &
IJL&IAmI PRINTING CO
Commercial Stationers, Office Outfitters, Printers,
Engravers, Booklet Makers and Bookbinders
Saving Is Simply Good Sense
He is wise who provides for tomorrow. He is wiser still
who provides for day after tomorrow. m
Keep a picture of your old age before you. That is your
day after tomorrow. Save now while you still have earning
Hibernia Savings Bank
Second and Washington Streets
"A Conservative Custodian"
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS 6 TO 8
l 8KIW OF BEAUTY 18 A JO FOREVER.
Dr. T. Felix Oouraud'e Oriental Cream or
ttwaoTN 1 an, mnpioa.
Freckles, Moth Palchea,
Bub. and hkin Diaemsei.
Ua every Diema
on be&utr. and de
He, detection. It
bat itood tna teat
of as yeara, and
la so harmles wa
Is properly made.
Accent no oountei
feit of similar
nama. ' Dr. 1 A.
Eayr said to a
lady of tbs bant,
ton (a patlent)i
wAs ytm ladles
will nas tbemi
.r- ... raaTni'ia the leant nannfoJ of all the
afcn JrVSaTiuonT." For salebyaUdruMina ano raucj.
OlWers is the United Staves, Canada and Inropfc
FER0. T. HOPKINS. Prop, 37 Imt lonM St, M.
WORKS WITHOUT WASTE