Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, March 28, 1913, Page 11, Image 11

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TIIE 5IORNIXG OREGOXIAN, FRIDAY. 3IARCH 28, 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
OBEGONIAX TElXrHOTOS.
rrlntln Room Main TT. A JOSS
City Circulmtion Main 7070. A toS
Uuulni Editor M.ln 7070. A 0S
f unda Editor Mln 7070. A J0S5
C3Hipolnt Room Main 7070. A Soi
Cupcrlotendutt Building. . -Maia 7. A H
AMTSEMENTS.
BAKER THEaTER (Broadway and Honi
r -on trrinii Unir py-r In Tn
White Slater." Tonlsht at 8:1a.
OBPHEITJI THEATER (Broadway and Tay
lor) Vaudelll. Tola ilteraoon at 1:15
and tonight at t:lS-
EMPRESS THEATER fBroadway and Tara
bllll Vaudevllla. Thia afternoon at 1:1.
Tonlxht at 7:30 and ;15.
PAXTAGES THEATER fBroadway and Al
der) Vaudeville. Tola afternoon at I:l(
and tonight at T:J0 and t.
LTP.IC THEATER (Fourth and Stark)
Mueleal comedy. "A Crowded Hotel.'' Thii
afternoon at S:1S and tonight at S SO to
JO 45.
PEOPLE'S. STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT.
TJVOLI AND CRTSTAL Flrt-run plo
turea 11 A. It. to 12 P. M
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Weh
ii'gton Continuoua & rat-run motion picture.
AdvertlaemeBta Intend rd for the City Keen
In BrtX columns In Sunday's Uaaa aaoat be
handed la The Or eg on Ian boalaew office by
o'clock batordar evening
BaNKjinPTCT Trdbteb Starts Snrr.
K. Lv Moses, trustee in bankruptcy (or
the Amea Mercantile Agency, is suing
E. M. Slmonton. Clara M. t-lmonton.
George McGowan and Clara McGowan.
former officers ami directors of the
agency, in Circuit Court to recover fur
niture belonging to the agency or 11000
as its value. He declares that the
defendants transferred the office fur
nlture to the Ames Investment Com
pany, another of their corporations, t
month or so prior to the commence
ment of the bankruptcy proceedings
and when It was known that they were
Imminent and are thus defrauding
creditors. Mr. Moses states that there
was little or no consideration for the
transfer.
Celebration Committees to Meet To
jnoHT. All committees from the Im-
orovement clubs which are to assist In
making arrangements for celebrating
the completion of the Broadway bridge
are asked by Chairman W. C. North to
meet tonight in the auditorium of the
Aibina Library, S50 Knott street, to
report progress. It Is expected to settle
the time for the celebration at this
meeting. This will be shortly after
April 15. Committees from clubs ar
ranging for automobiles to Join the
automobile parade are expected to re
port tonight approximately the num
ber of machines promised from the
different localities.
Alliance Cowestioji Opexs. The
annual convention of the Christian and
Missionary Alliance opened yesterday
afternoon at the Gospel Tabernacle,
corner Kast Ninth and Kast Clay
streets, to continue for several days.
A number of the leaders are attending
Including Rev. C. H. Chrisman, superin
tendent for the North Pacific District;
F. H. Senft, Held superintendent for
this Coast; Mrs. F. H. Senft, Mrs. Grace
Stauffer and Kev. Thomas arsrup,
missionary to China. There will be
two services dnily at 2:30 and 7:30 P. M.
and Sunday five services, 10 and 11
A. M.. and 2:30. 6:3v and 7:30 P. M.
P. E. LlNDIN'l FfNERAL HELD. The
funeral of P. E. Lamlln, who died at
his home at Anderson station on the
Kstarada line, March 21. was con
ducted at the Swedish Luthern Church,
Hev. C. J. Larsen officiating. Inter
ment was In the Douglass Cemetery
near Troutdale. Mr. Land In was 74
years old. He came to the United
states in 1894. settling near Anderson
fetation. Ieath wag 5ulte sudden. A
widow and one daughter, Mrs. John
Krauts, survive him.
Councilman Jot Speaks. Council
man Joy spoke at the meeting of the
Groveland Improvement Club Wednes
day night at the East Fiftieth-Street
Methodist Church, explaining proceed
ings for street Improvements. The club
opposed the bids received for paving
the streets of Groveland as too high,
end It was decided to take the same
steps with the improvement of East
Lincoln. Pavement in the district cost
ing above SlvO.OuO Is pending.
Woman's Club Meets Todat. The
Portland Woman's Club will meet today
at 2 o'clock In Women of Woodcraft
HalL The programme will be as fol
lows: Violin solo. Miss Modes la Mor
tensen. accompanied by Miss Jessie
lewis; current events, Mrs. F. P.
Waring; address. "Some Phases of
Practical Psychology." by Professor
Eleanor Rowland, dean of women at
Reed College. The afternoon will close
with a social hour.
Crrr Sued fob Allbobd Damages.
As compensation for Injuries alleged
to have been received as a result of a
defective sidewalk at Sixth and Irving
streets Anna Rexting is suing the city
in Circuit Court for 315,240. She
charges that she tripped on the walk
June 2. 1S12. and fell, sustaining a
sprained right leg, a shattered nervous
vystem and other Injuries, which are
described In great detail. She Is J
lodging-house keeper.
Andrew J. Pullex Buried. The fu
neral of Andrew J. Pullen, who died
at his home in Montavllla March 24.
was held yesterdav from the Mount
Tabor Methodist Church. Rev. C. L
Hamilton officiating. Interment was in
the cemetery at Gresham, where he for
merly resided. He was a son-in-law
of A. H. Gould and leaves m widow and
four children. He was born In Iowa
April 12. 1876.
320.000 Asked for Man's Death. On
the ground tnat lack of proper safe
guards In one of the mills of the Wil
lamette Pulp & Paper Company at Ore
gon City was the cause of the death of
W. E. Yoder last August, suit was
yesterday tiled in the United States Dis
trict Court by the father of the man
that was killed.. William Yoder. asking
for damages In the sum of $20,000.
Trovt Season Opens April 1. To
accommodate the large number of
'sportsmen" the Portland Railway.
Light & Power Company will handle
passengers on the fast mall train leav
ing Portland. First and Alder sts., at
6:20 A. M.. April 1, only, making all
regular stops for Johnson Creek. Deep
Creek, Eagle Creek and Clackamas
River points.
Ahavai Sholox Services Announced.
Services will be held In Congrega
tion Ahavai Sholom Synagogue, Park
and Cluy streets, tonight at S o'clock.
The choir will sine Gray's, "A Dream of
Paradise." and Charles W. Robinson
wi;l spe:ik. Tomorrow morning serv
ices begin at 9:30 o'clock. Rabbi Robert
Abrahamson officiating.
Lecture to Be Given Tonight.
"The Joyful Life" will be the topic of a
lecture to be given by Dr. James Bloch
at the Sixth-Street Synagogue this
evening. Services commence at 7:30
o'clock. Tomorrow morning services
will begin at o'clock. All are welcome.
Sabbath. school every Sunday at 10 A. M.
Coincilnanic Candidate Files. M.
Monte Mayer, candidate for Councilman
from the Secon.l Ward, filed his peti
tion with the City Auditor yesterday.
Although only 16 names were required
be secured close to 1000.
For Rent. Fine six-room Tats, with
very convenience. 327.50 for upper,
$25 for lower: West Side, best neighbor
bood. Phone owner. East 419S.
Mil Kiwut has returned to the city
after his extensive auditing tour. 513
Chamber of Commerce.
Sueeht Bros., painting and papering,
removed to IJ 13th. Main 303. A 2410.
350 Diamond Rrso. for 337.60. Aron
son's removal sale, 214 Washington St.
Celebrated Quelle Crawfish at the
Hot Brau. Sue a dot., to take home.
DR. Max Rosendorpt. Selling bldg. has
returaeu. Residence the Oregon Hotel.
Trt Western Pocahontas coal for
Spring. Main J5S. A 3353.
Lantern Slides. Glfford. Main 6(73.
Lin. E. C. Brown, Eie Ear: Mohawk.
Reception Given in Gresham Library.
The Women's Improvement League
gave a reception in the new branch
library building in Gresham last night,
which was largely attended. A musical
programme was rendered Including In
strumental music by Miss Gladys Miller
and Miss Eva Campbell, vocal solos
by Mrs. M. Law, Mrs. Lois Else, Mrs.
O. J. Brown, Miss Grace Hesse) and
Mr. CooverL The high school glee club
and orchestra gave selections. Refresh,
ments were served. The reception com
mittee consisted of Mrs. J. X. Clana
han. Miss C. N. Halle. Mrs. Max Schnet.
der, Mrs. O. A. Eastman. Mrs. James
Elklngton, Mrs. P. L. Manning. Mrs.
John Metzger and Mrs. W. C. Belt. Mrs.
Charles Cleveland. Mrs. L. P. Manning.
Mrs. Hattie Worstell, Mrs. Max Schnei
der. Mrs. C. H. Halle and Theodore
Brugger were the committee of ar
rangements. It was the first entertain
ment held in the library since its open
ing. Reports received Indicate a steady
growth In patronage.
Delegates to League- Named. V. L.
Clark nd W. P. Jones were elected
delegates to the Union League Club at
the Tegular weekly luncheon of the
Progressive Business Men's Club at
Multnomah Hotel, yesterday. Dr. ti. u.
Slsson. of Reed College, delivered an
address on "Psychological Suggestion
as Applied to Practical Life." In It
he deplored those schools for salesman
ship which tended to teach salesmen to
induce customers to buy more than they
wanted rather than what they wanted,
causing financial difficulties at times.
Regimental Drill Hdld. The six
Portland companies of the Third Regi
ment. Oregon National Guard, held a
regimental drill at the Armory last
nlghL The attendance was good, but
the Inclement weather kept down the
number of specta'.ors. Just before the
drill Major Marcellus, of the medical
corps, administered the antl-typhold
vaccination to First Lieutenant F. M.
West. Second Lieutenant O. A. Stevens
and private Clarence Hinson, all of
Company B.
Pupils GrvB Exhibit at St. Helen's
Hall. Under the direction of Miss
Ruth Merrill, graduate of the Posse
School of Boston, the pupils of St.
Helen's Hall entertained a large audi
ence in the gymnasium yesterday morn
ing. An exciting basketball game was
played by the students of the elemen
tary department which was followed by
an Indian club exhibition. The aca
demic department entertained with
Folk and German dances.
MAZAMA8 to Begin Walks. On Sun
day the Mazamas start on their regular
Spring series of all-day walks. The
party will leave Fourteenth and Jeffer
son streets, at 9 A. M.. and will walk
out to Rootwood, the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Root, which lies on
top of the high hill just back of Rivera
Station. They will make a long stop
there for lunch, after which they will
tramp back to the city by different
routes.
Sandt Boulevard Applicants to Be
Heard. The special committee of the
City Council appointed to investigate
the need of appropriations from the
general fund to prevent the confisca
tion of property on Sandy boulevard
because of the high paving assessments,
will hold a. meeting Monday morning
at 10 o'clock at which all property
owners on the street needing assistance
will be given an opportunity to be
heard.
Major Newell Lectures Tonight.
Major Cicero Newell will lecture at
the East Portland branch library. East
Eleventh and Alder streets, tonight at
i o'clock, on "Indian Life Among the
Dakotas." Major Newell will have a"
young man dressed in fun Indian
costume and will also Illustrate bis
lecture by many Indian curios.
Election Supplies Contract Let.
The contract for the erection of tents
and tire Installation of booths for the
primary and special elections to be
held May 3. was awarded yeBterday by
Citv Auditor Barbur to the Post Bpe
clal Delivery Company for $3000. Bids
were called for and the Post company
presented the lowest figure.
Bishop Shepard Passes through.
BIshoD W. O. Shepard. of the Metno-
dlst Church, passed through the city
yesterday en route to a religious con
vention now in progress at uranis rj.
He will return to Portland and speak
Sundav morning, at First Church, and
Sunday evening at Centenary Church on
the East Side.
Realty Board to Elect. The Port
land Realty Board, at its meeting today.
ill hold its annual election oi officers.
S. D. Vincent, of S. D. Vincent & Co., Is
mentioned for president to succeed J.
Fred Larson, of the Umbdenstock-Lar-son
Company. . The meeting will be
held at 12:15 at the Portland Commer
cial Club.
Lents to Organise Club. There will
be a meeting of tbe Lents citizens In
the Lents Library tonight to organize a
Commercial Club. The new club will
take ud the matter of naming streets
and numbering houses In order to
facilitate the delivery of mall. The
renaming of Foster road will be con
sidered.
Lincoln Club to Bb Formed. A
meeting will be held In the assembly
room of the City Hall, on Saturday, at
S P. M., for the purpose of organizing
a permanent Lincoln Club. All persons
loyal to the memory of Abraham
Lincoln are Invited to attena.
PAVING FIRM IS ORGANIZED
Attorneys Incorporate to Do Con
tracting Work.
A corporation known as the Federal
Independent Paving Company has been
formed by Ralph R. Duniway, Conrad
P. Olson and C. L. Whealdon, all at
torneys. A copy of the articles of In
corporation was filed at the Courthouse
yesterday. Tbe capital stock la 3100.
000 and the company Is empowered to
do all kinds of contracting and street
Improvement work.
Other corporations have been formed
as follows:
Oregon Underwriting Agency, to do a
general Insurance business, D. T. Child,
j. v. Beach and N. D. Simon, capital
stock (2000; Alluvial Farm Company.
Conrad Krebs. Leonard Krebs and M.
W. Krebs. capital stock 350.V0U, to de
vote Itself chiefly to the development
of agricultural land.
PORTLAND'S B EST LUNCH
Served at the Holts Store.
Dally from 11 A. M. to C P. M. Best
foods, quick service, low prices- Try
It today. "Holts Corner," Fifth and
Washington. 6th-street entrance, direct
to restauranL
Mrs. Brown, With Gun, Fright
ens W. Irving Spencer.
COLLAPSE ADDS MYSTERY
BOXING JONIGHT.
Olympic Club, of San Francisco, vs.
Multnomah A. A. Club, club gymnasl-
l 8:30 P. M. Eight good fast
matches. General admission, $2.00; re
served ringside seats. 32.50. The best
talent of both clubs will appear.
The Stories of a Loaf of Bread.
The manv prize stories are now In
the hands of tbe judges, receiving care
ful attention. The Royal Bakery as
sures all those who have entered stories
that the judging is progressing nicely.
and that the awards will be announced
probably at tbe end of next . week.
Watch the papers tor announcements
from time to time,
PEXXEY BROS, FRIDAY SPECIAL.
w nffer our 32 wines at 31 a gallon:
31.50 nines at 75c a gallon: Straight
Kentucky Whisky. 7 years old. regular
14 50 at 33.50 a gallon: Kentucky
Whisky, regular 11 w. at a gal
lon: 33 grade Whisky. 32.10 a gallon.
Friday only, '"i E. Morrison sc Pnones
East 27. U 2426. Free delivery.
Bookkeeper Arrested, Released and
Found Unconscious When Want
ed In Court Persona in Case
Sax They Are Pnxxled.
While Mrs. Eleanor Brown, book
keeper, aged is. was being awaited in
Municipal Court yesterday morning to
answer to a charge of carrying a con
cealed weapon into the office of W.
Irving Spencer. In the Lewis building.
the woman was lying unconscious In
her apartments In a down town hotel,
and she remained in that state nntll
late yesterday. Even after recovering
her senses she remained In a state of
virtual collapse and until she recovers,
no explanation is likely to be had of
her strange act-
Mr. Spencer, who with his father.
Captain E. W. Spencer, was In the of
fice at the time, and who seems to
have been the object of a contemplated
attack, can offer no explanation of the
woman's conduct. He says that she
worked for him a few days some time
ago, being summoned through a type
writer agency, and that is all ho knows
about her.
The police know only that they were
summoned, and Judge Martin L. Pipes,
who is acting as the woman's attorney,
by solicitation of friendship, bas had
no opportunity to confer with his client
and does not know her personally.
Woman's Actions Described.
Mrs. Brown walked Into my office
about 1 o clock Wednesday afternoon.
said Mr. Spencer, "and sat down, ap
parently In a collected manner. She
talked of things In general and semed
to have no special errand. I observed
that she worked her hands around in
ber cape, and, making an excuse to
walk across the room, suddenly pounced
upon her and grasped the revolver.
My father was present and summoned
the police. ' -
When Patrolman Vessey arrived he
had difficulty In persuading the woman
to accompany him, and was restrained
by Mr. Spencer, who desired that no
scene be made In the building. By di
plomacy she was persuaded at length.
At the station she seemed quite cool,
but not Inclined to talk, and even de
murred at giving her name. Captain
Spencer had preceded her, and directed
that she be booked for carrying a con
cealed weapon, with himself as the
complaining witness. Later on Bhe was
released on her recognizance.
UBCOBaelons Woman Found.
When a housemaid entered Mrs.
Brown's room yesterday morning she
found the occupant unconscious. A
woman physician was called, and later
a trained nurse, and they continued In
charge of the case last night.
The proprietor of the house was In
formed that Mrs. Brown came here
from Spokane Wednesday morning, the
episode in Mr. Spencers office occur-
lng a few hours later. Previously she
had been a resident of Portland, but
little is known of her by .those con
cerned In the .case.
"I can only say that I believe the
woman la demented." said Mr. Spencer,
when asked for a possible motive for
her visit. "I really knew very little
about her and certainly had given her
no reason for attacking me. I learned
from others that she has shown like
tendencies on other occasions, though
not taking the same form of expres
sion.
PICKPOCKETS MAKE HAUL
George Middleton Reports loss of
$640 and Tickets to Chicago.
Three pickpockets are suspected of
making a 3640 "killing" at Fifth and
Washington streets. Wednesday nlghL
The complaint is made by George Mid
dleton, a temporary resident at 188
Twelfth street. In addition to the
money, which was all In 3100 bills ex
cept the odd amount. Mr. Middleton
lost two tickets to Chicago.
According to his story, the play was
worked In true pickpocket form, two
men jostling him while a third ex
tracted his purse. He noticed the
crush at the time, but it was some
moments later before he discovered his
loss. Then It was too late to form a
distinct recollection of the men with
whom he had been In collision. Detec
tives Moloney and Swennes were as
signed to tbe case. This Is the first
indication of the presence in Portland
of professional "dips" in several
months.
EXTENSION OF EXHIBIT AIM
Commercial Club Committee Wants
More Oregon Products.
To make the exhibit of Oregon prod
ucts, now maintained by the Chamber
of Commerce on the ground floor of the
Commercial Club building, more ex
tensive and atractive Is the object of a
committo representing the Commercial
Club that met yesterday morning with
the State Immigration committee.
A special committee named a week
ago to investigate the feasibility of
the plan to secure 6000 feet of floor
space In the Commercial Club building
reported In favor of this method of
publicity providing the expense can be
net It Is proposed to divide the ex
pense between the two commercial
bodies of the city and the Immigration
board.
Final action was deferred until a re
port can be obtained from the railroads
on their willingness to share a part of
the expense.
AGED MAN DIES SUDDENLY
While Family Kings Easter Hymns
G. A. Lawrence, Aged 81, Expires.
While his family was singing "The
Holy City' Gustave A. Lawrence died
Easter Sunday at his home near Syca
more station on the Gresham railway
at the age of 80 years and 11 months.
He had been In feeble health for some
time, but his death was unexpected. He
was resting quietly on a couch while
the balance of the family were singing
Easter songs, and had just finished
"The Holy City" when Mr. Lawrence
was discovered to have passed away
during the singing so quietly as not to
attract any attention.
Mr. Lawrence is survived by a widow
and several children. He was a native
of Boston. Mass. He had been a resi
dent of the neighborhood for several
years. The funeral was held Tuesday
from his late home, and Interment was
In Multnomah cemetery.
Child May Make Choice of Parent,
nus-rtnv CITY. Or March 27. (Sne-
(.! i nerM of divorce were srrant-
ed by Circuit Judge Campbell in
More Value and Style Than ry
Is Customary in Suits Costing Y JJ
Lion suits at twenty-five dollars combine more all around good
features than most stores can afford to give. Lion clothing comes from
four of the largest manufacturers .in the country and the quality they
incorporate in their garments is" not a matter of chance or charity, but
the result of over sixty years of successful manufacturing experience.
Rogers Peet, Kuppenheimer, Cambridge and Fitform clothes run in
price from $15 to $40. '
. SPECIAL
Spring Weight Overcoats Worth Up to 30
$14
Splendid values Raglan or plain shoulders. Light, medium and dark
colors. Some, are silk lined. Are bona fide $20, $25 and $30 values.
Special- while they last
S. & H. Stamps "With Every Purchase
THIR.T) ST.,
JUST OFF
MORRISON
MORRISON.
CORNER OF
FOURTH
Successor to A. B. Steinbach & Co.
the following cases: Carl Usher Somers
against Myrtle Agnes Somers, the de
fendant being awarded the custody of
their child, and E. D. Mitchell against
May C. Mitchell. Their 16 - year - old
daughter, Gladys Marie, may elect the
parent with which she shall live.
Cathlamet Citizens Remonstrate.
CATHIaAMET, Wash., March 27.
(Special.) At a meeting of the City
Council a remonstrance against the
proposed grading and paving of Colum
bia and Main streets was filed. The
remonstrance was signed by every
property owner of the district affected.
The estimated cost was $16,000.
Today
And Tomorrow You Can Save $5 to
$10 Buying Your Clothes at
DAVE BUCK'S
UPSTAIRS STORE
MEN'S SUITS
California Hotels and Resorts
HOTEL
STiWOT
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Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
i American Plan $3.00 a day no
New steel and brick structure. Every
modern convenience. Moderate rates.
Center of theater and retail district.
On carllnes transferring- all over city.
Electric omnibus meets trains and
steamers.
HOTEL WASHINGTON
GRANT AVENUE AND BUSH ST.
SAN FRANCISCO
BUROPstAH pLANt " DOWN TOWN"
LOCATION ON QUI T CORN CRt FUR
NISHINGS OF HIGHEST QUALITY,
QUICK. COURTEOUS SRVICB
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ROOM AND BATH PRIVtLSOK. fl.OO
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Except Blue Serge Suits, which, with
2 PAIRS
PANTS
I sell for $16.50, $25 worth cloth
ing, saving you $8.&u.
Schloss Bros. Co. Clothes
$15 to $20
TAKE ELEVATOR 2D FLOOR
DAVE BUCK
3271a WASHINGTON ST.
j victor!
We Are Now in Our New Store
WASHI.GTO., AT TWELFTH
Besides We Specialise
And that means a whole lot in pre
scription work. It means no time
for anything else just the best
service we can give to physician
and, patient in a well-filled pre
scription. HAACK BROS.
Exclusive Prescriptionists,
Medical Bldg., 351 Alder Street
Main 712, A 5712.
CHWAB PRINTING CO.
NtBEN F.fcREEME. PRESIDENT
STARK. "STREET
SEALY-DRESSE
GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
288-290-292 STARK STREET
(main
7200 1
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The Store of Reliability, Quality, Merit and Service
NEW ARRIVALS AND WEEK-END SPECIALS
As the season for Jones' Sausage, Hams and Bacon will soon close,
supply yourself with these delicious morsels.
Kippered Herring;, In cans, very Strictly Fresh Eggs, t dozen 45
fine 15d ana 25fr Extra fine large Ripe Olives, just
Extra fine lot of Swiss Edam and arrived.
Pine Apple Cheese. peanut Oil. verv fine, hi pints.
Cooper's Maple Syrup; 14 fallon, 0: Pints 40j. quarts. Oc;
9Q: 1 gallon 81. 7o gallon, $1.3a: gal.. S...-
Maple Sugar, per pound 25 Kelly's Guava Jelly, regularly Sc,
Oreeon Wild Black Berries; pints, 2 ; ;
35 quarts 65 8"gnd box lia-a pruneJi ftg
Hunt's Preserved Fruits In glass, 21 7
quarts 6Q Smyrna Figs, 2 pounds for 4--
Virginia Hams, hickory smoked, Fancy Cluster Raisins, two-pound
per pound 35 box for 356
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT
Wax Beans, pouna 3UC
Artichokes. 2 pounds for....V
New Spuds, 2 pounds for.... 256
Extra fine Grape Fruit.
Asparagus, two pounds for 25
Rhubarb, three pounds for 2oC
Peas, two pounas tor ooc?
Oregon Spinach, 3 pounds, 2ac
Demonstration this and all next
week of the celebrated Health
and Nerve Tonic,
Saturday's and Monday's purchases will be charged on April account.
Our guarantee of entire satisfaction is behind every purchase.
MAIL ORDERS AND NEW ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
TETRAZZINI
Will Slav for Ym
Anr Time oa tba
Victrola
With a Victrola in your home you will have all the beautiful
Tetrazzlni records always at your command. 'AH the Tetrazzinl
records are beautiful, but these are precious gems:
MAD SCENE from Lorlo.
LAST ROSE OF SUMMER, from Martha.
CARLO IVOMK (DEAREST NAME), from Rlffoletto.
AH! rORS'E LXI. from Travlata.
. THE SWALLOWS; (Ik English).
SHADOW SOJVG, from Dinoran.
Tetrazzinl and Other Noted Artists With Chleairo Grand Opera
Company, at Orpheum Theater, March SL, April 1 and 2.
Tetrazzini Sings Exclusively for the Victor
Sherman ,piay& Co.
ttetawav and Other Pianos 3
Victor Talk-las Maehln
Morrison at Sixth, Portland, Opposite Postoffice
Player Pianos of AU Grades.
ana All the Records.
Til 6 Hlffll" knows that his customers appre
O 1 1C 1 c'ate neatness on his part. He is
Oa'aried jaleSmail careful to see that his Unen is im-
mnnnlatp nrid alwavs has that "like
new" appearance which our special
"HAND-IRONING" Service gives it.
UNION
Laundry Company.
Main 398.
The knowledge of having
bought the RIGHT KI.VD
Of FIXTURES
at the RIGHT PRICE
Adds permanent
pleasure to your
nome.
To make sure you
must buy at THE
LIGHTHOUSE,
The place with the
reputation for
LOW PRICES
ft
k
1 and 1
Combination
Fixtures
A small mat
ter, but sev
eral n e e d ed
in every
house,
$1.50
At THE LIG
HOVSE, Iford
FHIUAV or
I'RDAY,
Can you beat
Nor idt othrr
Lighthouse Prices,
w
HT.
erd
SAT-
It? Jfo
of the
LUMP1 A a f NUT
tuAL
$6.50
$5.00
PER TON DELIVERED
Mined at Our Own Mine
SUPERIOR COAL CO.
4 North Sixth Street
Main 154, A 1541
Because or a crime wave CAiDiiug i"
oclety man, offered the Borough Council hi
service as police officer for $1 a year. Hi
offpr was easterly acceDted. He Is now pa-
trolling a beat.
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