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TITE MORXING OREGOXIAy. FRIDAY. 2, u 191b. , '
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Frtntlnif Room Main TOTO. A t)0S
city circulation Mam toto. A 0"vo
Maaaslna- Editor Main ToTO, A 6S
Sunday Editor Mam 7070. A C083
Composlna- Room Main 707. A SOM
EuTCTlntandant Bulldlna-. .Main 70fc A vS
HPIT.Ifi THETEn fFloTsnth and Morrl'
ton) Xat C. Ooodwtn In tha drama
"Ollrar Twist. - Tonlsat at I.
ORPHETSI THEATER I RroldwlT acd Tay
lor) Vaudeville. Tola afternoon at 2:1 J
and tonsht at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER fDrnalviv and Morrt'
on street Baker plavera In "Fifty
Milts from Boston." Tonight at :!-
IMPRE5 THRiTRn fBmtdwiT and Tarn
hill) Vaudeville. This afternoon at 2:13
and tonlsbl at 7:30 and V-
PANTAnr.i TwiATm tBroadara and At
dar) Vaudeville. Tbla afternoon at 1:13
and tonight at 1-JtO and a.
LTRIC THEATER (Fourth and StarlO
Mul'nl c-omedv. The Twin HeDrewa.
Tbla afternoon at i.lS and tonight at
:3tf to 1C:4S.
PEOPLE'S. STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT.
TIVOU AND CRYSTAL Flrat-rua pic
tures. 11 A. U. to 12 P. K.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Wean
lnrtoa Continuous first-run motion plo-
RECREATTOTf PARK I Twentv-fonrttr an
Vaughn) Baseball, Portland va. Venice.
This afternoon at 1:15.
Ad-iUeiiKata Intended for the City News
la Brief columns In Sander's tssas mult be
handed In The Oreconlaa bnslneee office bj
C o'clock fiaturdaj evening-.
Pkniksula Main Biiro Laid. A
largo force of men has been engaged
in laying; a 30-inch reinforcing; water
main between the water tower in Ver
con and the hlcher Mount Tabor res
ervolr. Six crews with a total of 190
men have been employed and some
thin? mora than three miles of line
has been completed. This will rein
force the water supply in the Penin
sula district. - With the 24-lnch main
laid several years ago and the new 30
Inch pipe It Is estimated that more than
150.000 gallons can be supplied from
both pipes. Mains in other sections of
the East Side have been started. After
the large main has been completed to
'the Vernon water tower branches of
lesser else will radiate to different
portions of the Peninsula.
Polling Places Am Chawoeo.
Changes In polling places for tomor
rows election were announced Tester
day In five precincts.- These are as fol
lows: Precinct 1 chanired from J1S
Thurman street to 916 Thurman; Pre
cinct 21 from 43i Stark street to 431
Stark: Precinct 23 from 85 Fifth street
to S3 Fifth; Precinct 57 from the south
east corner of Eleventh and Morrison
to the northeast corner of same In
tersection; Precinct 63 from 1669 East
Thirteenth street to the Sellwood Com
merclal Club, 671 Umatilla.
A Crahteb 22 Years Old that has
been tried and found safe to follow is
something; every East Portlander who
has East Portland at heart should
seriously consider, and for 23 years,
the Citizens Bank at the corner of
Grand avenue and Alder street has
stood by East Portland, and to do your
business with this bank advances East
Portland's development which li
benefit to tout Interest. Just; think
Much Ejcplotkijct FniunsHED. In
point of employment furnished, April
was one of the largest months on
record for the Municipal Free Em
p'loyment Bureau according; to the re
port made yesterday to City Auditor
Barbur. There were 307Z positions
riven out during; the month of which
1909 were to males and 163 to females.
The majority of the positions were
Inside the city.
Wisoonsw PEOPLtt to MeiTw Wiscon
sin people of Portland and vicinity will
hold a meeting; at the ball of the wood
men of the World, at East Sixty-fifth
street and the Foster road next Sun
day at 11 A. M. One Item of business
will be that of arranging for the an
nual excursion, which may be held to
the Gresham fairgrounds. All Wis
consin people are Invited to attend the
Mrs. Dcntwat Speaks Todat. Mrs.
Abigail Scott Duniway will address a
mass meeting; of women at the Selling;
liirsch Ball. Tenth and Washington
streets, at 2:30 P. M. today. The meet
ing will be held under the auspices of
the Women's Good Government Club.
Alice R- Nugent presiding. Tha sev
eral candidates for Mayor have been
Invited to address the audience on the
Issues to be voted on Saturday.
MunnpniQ WosulK E statu $460.
Miss Oyeda Oketa, a Japanese woman
who met death from beatings adminis
tered by a Chinaman In the North End
a few days ago, left an estate or i4oo,
of which $400 Is cash and 150 clothing.
At the request of Kenly Uyeda, the
woman's brother. Kivailchl Otsabo,
another Japanese, was appointed admin
istrator by Probate Judge Cleeton yes
Nottcb Is hereby given that the
Prohibition caucus will be held Tues
day. May . 1913. at W. C. T. U. hall,
Behnke-Walkcr building. Portland. Or..
- fur the purpose of nominating candi
dates for municipal offices. All citi
zens interested in cleaner politics are
urged to attend. By order of N. G.
Hedln. chairman; William R. Crosier,
Sam AVagxer. residence 935 East
Gllsan street, candidate for Council-man-at-Large.
Drove his own express
team In this city for 2 years; was in
Sheriff Stevens' office for six and a half
years; believes thoroughly In the peo
ple and will work for all of them. A
plain every-day citizen. Ballot No. 30.
Physician "Writs Suit. Charles John
son lost In Circuit Court yesterday bis
330,000 damage suit against Wiley G.
Woodruff, a physician, for alleged mal
practice. The Jury returned a verdict
for the defendant. The plaintiff charged
Dr. Woodruff with setting; a leg; Im
Keoclar Friday butter sale of
fresh Oregon creamery butter at cream
ery, two-pound equare, 0c; delivered,
65c Phones: Main 764. A 227S. Wash
ington Cream Company, 444 Wash, st,
Last Dat op School. This even
ing at $ o'clock, in First Presbyterian
X Church house, with original "Lessons."
songs, etc. given by Young People's
Circle. Admission 25 cents.
' . , Attention. Voters in Third Ward.
An X-1J Is a vote lor i;. near a
Don't fall to mark your ballot thus,
and have a live Councilman. (Paid adv.)
Sunbath. watercure, scientific mas
sage, open-air gym.; party has 12 years'
experience and German diploma. 958 E.
Flanders and 31sL Phone B 235.
West Side Flat pob Rent. Six
rooms; furnace, fireplace, every con
venience, and in fine order; rent. 326.
Phone owner. East 449C
Tenth Ward Republicans. When in,
and when not in doubt vote for Fred
W. Latham, candidate for Councilman,
No. 33 on balloL (Paid adv.)
Woodlawx Association to Meet.
The Woodlawn Improvement Associa
tion will meet tonight at Greene's Hall.
Dekum avenue, at t o'clock.
Vote for George D. Dunning, X-31,
Republican candidate for re-nomination
for Councilman Third Ward. Present
incumbent. (Paid adv.).
Martin & Campbell, Incorperated. an
nounce the removal -of their Insurance
offices from the Worcester bids;, to
suite 208 Corbett bldg.
Sacrifice Suburban Home, 40 minutes
en Oreron City Electric; beautiful site
on bank of river; see It today; make
offer. Main 7750.
Lord's Beacon Lights op Histort,
15 vol., today only f 15. Book Exchange,
163 Fifth street
"American Cousin," at Lincoln High
School. Friday eve.. May 2. Tickets, 25c.
Dr. Towm.it returned from the East;
701-8 The Dekum. Third and Wash.
Da, Eaton returned; Medical bids;. i
Charter Pamphlets swamp Post
orncE. What with the thousands of
charter pamphlets, the thousands more
of anti-charter circulars, and the ad
vertising matter of those who wish
to be nominated for various officials
positions within the gift of the people
of Portland, a portion or the Clerical
force at the Portland Postofflce are
working overtime. This is the first
time that anyone in the office has been
compelled to work overtime since the
new eight-hour regulation went Into
effect March 4. Under the old regula
tion, when postofflce clerks worked
overtime, they were required to take
a vacation from their regular hours
sufficient to compensate. Now when
It is necessary they may work longer
than eight hours and be paid for 1L
Witxess Missing in Liquor Case.
Due to the absence of Frank W. Smith,
the state's most material witness, and
the Inability or the District Attorney's
office to locate him the case against
Frank C. Loveland, charged with sell
ing liquor to girls without a license at
the Twelve-Mile House on the Base
Line road last June, was dismissed in
Circuit Court yesterday on motion of
Deputy District Attorney Haminersly.
Mabel Gunderson and Irene Nelson, the
latter a minor, who accompanied Smith
to the roadhouse on the night of the
alleged sale, were unable to swear
that they had actually seen Smith pur
chase the liquor or anything other than
that they bad consumed some there
which they believe their companion
bought from Loveland.
Beep to Boil, Also Corsed Beep.
Halibut and Codfish All 10c a Pound
at Frank L. Smith's markets.. Pot roast
beef is 11c and 12'ia Mutton stew is
8c Surely this is the cheapest meat
In town. Pork roasts and shoulder of
lamb are 12e. Salt pork is 16c Pork
chops are 18c Half a ham or a whole
ham is 19c Breakfast bacon is zuc
Oregon's choicest creamery butter Is
0c. Oregon's fresh eggs are 20c Pure
lard in 3s is 4oc in 5s is 70c. In 10s is
31.35. Frank L. Smith's (the Beef Trust
fighter) three markets are: 228 Alder
street, where the crowd Is; the SL
Frances market. 228 Washington St.
opp. Gadsby's side entrance, and the SL
Paul market, 171 Third st, opposite
Touno Offender GivEn Chance.
Circuit Judore McGinn yesterday sen
fenced to from one to seven years in
tha Penitentiary and paroled John
Maybrlck. aged 23, a painter of Tigards.
vtlle. Washington County, Oregon, who
nleaded cuiltv to stealing razors.
pocket knives, watch fobs, chains ana
other articles from the store oi nyman
Cohen. Portland, on January 16. It
was shown that Maybrlck was grossly
Intoxicated at the time, so much o
that he stumbled Into the arms of a
policeman with the stolen articles
danailnr from his hands, and that It
was his first offense. Lewis H. Dawley,
Maybrick's ' attorney, must report to
Judge McGinn once a month as to his
North East Side Club to Meet.
Now that -the Broadway bridge is com
pleted and operating to the satisfac
tion of the people of the North East
section, the North East Side Improve
ment Association at a meeting; tonight
in the auditorium of the Alblna Library,
will take up the matter of lighting, Im
proving, routing streetcars and widen
ing of streets. Committees on all these
subjects will be appointed. There will
also be reports of the committee on
parade and celebration of the bridge
opening;. It is desired that all members
and others Interested attend-
Mat Festival to Be Held. The May
festival of the children of Alblna
branch of the People's Institute will
be held tomorrow afternoon at the
Lincoln High School. Several little
tots dressed to represent fLpwera and
fairies will appear in a cPritata and
Maypole dance. Miss Mildred Raab
has arranged the programme. Miss
Valentine Prlcbard and several promi
nent women will be patronesses. The
entertainment is free to the children
of the Institution and their friends.
Decot Methods Disapproved. I am
not much in sympathy with these decoy
cases. saM Circuit Judge sicuinn yes
terday morning in suspending the fine
of C. F. Grey, a druggist who was fined
In Municipal Court for selling liquor on
Sunday and who had appealed. It was
shown that a plainclothes policeman
had secured the liquor on a Sunday by
representing to the druggist that his
lfe was 111 and badly in need or il
Judge McGinn expressed strong disap
proval of such tactics.
Students to Be Luncheon Guests.
The Parent-Teachers' Club of Preston
School will servo a luncheon today to
the boys of the manual training de
partment who are making furniture for
the restroom that is being; nuea up oy
the Mothers' Club. Mrs. Boynton Is
president of the club and Mrs. R. E.
Williams is chairman of the committee
In charge of the restroom.
Bridob to Be Rebuilt. William
DeVeny returned yesterday from a trip
to his Summer home at the Junction
f the Sandy and Zagzag rivers, near
Mount Hood, and while there investi
gated the cause that wrecked the new
bridge built across Bandy River. Me
said the collapse was due to defective
construction and the weight or snow.
The span will be rebuilt
Gun Wielder Is Sought. In a
shooting affray at 286 Sheridan street,
Wednesday night. Lulgl Petraro,
wounded Antone Mortello seriously In
the shoulder and others were en
dangered by the flying bullets. Petraro
Is said to have been drunk. Detectives
Hvde, Vaughn, Lltherland and Hill
ave been assigned to arresting toe as
Women's Union to Celebrate The
Portland Women's Union will celebrate
Its 2sth anniversary Monday, May 6,
at Its home. Fifteenth ana irianaers
streets, with a silver shower ana tea
from 3 to 6 o'clock. A cordial lnvita
tlon Is extended to all Interested In the
nronosed new home for working girls.
business meeting win do neiu at
Mat Dat Stories to Be Told Todat.
Mav dav stories will be told in the cnn-
dren'a department of -the Central Li-
brarv. Broadway and stark streets, mis
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock to the younger
hildren and at 4:15 o'clock to tne oiaer
children. The Boy Scouts of the Alblna
branch library will take their nrst nine
next 8unday, May 4, meeting at tne li
brary. 860 Knott street at s:ou a. jo.
Rvnaoogub Rendezvous tonioht.
Services will be held In Ahavai Sholom
Kvnas-oa-ue. Park and Clay streets, to-
ight at 8 oclocK. ine quartet win
Inr "Earth and Heaven" (Mercaaante)
and Charles W. Robinson will deliver
n address. Tomorrow morning serv
ices at 9:30 o'clock. Rabbi Abrahamson
(Tic latin sr.
New Pastor. Coming. Rev. F. H.
Kimball has been called and has ac
cepted the pastorate of the Montavllla
Christian Church. He will be Installed
s nastor Sunday morning at 11 o ciock,
Rev. Mr. Kimball is a Portland man
and comes from the theological school
at Eugene, Or.
Deputt Visits Granges. F. H. Crane,
countv Grange deputy, will visit Co
lumbia Grange Saturday and make in
fection of the work, mis win com
plete his Inspection of all the Granges
of Multnomah county, mis report wui
be submitted to the State Grange next
Cnr.niT Men to Hear Address. Dr.
Lather R. Dyott will address the credit
men of the Portland Association at
their regular weekly noonday luncheon
the Multnomah Hotel today. mis
ubiect will be "Our Greatest Assets.1
Credit men and all Interested In the
association work are Invited.
Work on Hotel Starts- Work has
been started on the Mount Hood Hotel
on Salmon River by C. W. Kern. Ma
terial for the new Maulding Hotel Is
being assembled and that building will
be completed In a few weeks.
Oregon alumnae Meets Tomorrow.
The Oregon Alumnae will meet tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Hotel
Oregon. Miss Ruth Guppy will be the
guest of the afternoon and Dr. W. Wil
liamson will speak. ( L
Countt Gets Funds. County Clerk
Coffey yesterday turned over to the
'p.ao.,M llttll enllnrted from
the banks as Interest during April and
3131.50 a the county cier s anartj m
naturalization fees. This latter, the
law etatoa tielnns-s tn the CountV Clerk
personally, but Mr. Coffey is running
tha office on a strictly flat salary
basis. He receives 1376 a month, the
recent Legislature having raised It
LscrtmH on Jews to Be Given.
"The Jew In English Fiction" will be
the topic of a lecture to be delivered
by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise at the serv
ices at Beth Israel tonight at 8 o'clock.
Services with the children singing will
h httUi tnmnrrAw At 10:30 o'clock. Mrs.
Bauer will lead the choir. All men and
women are welcome.
Silverware One-Half Off. Aron
son's removal sale. 294 Wash. st.
RYAN HAS YOUNG ADMIRER
Candidate Gets Honorable Mention
at Dinner Party.
prnnf that ih, fominlnn aex. of what
ever age. Is keenly Interested In the
. v. i - . n pho-iA. M Rvnn
TUIC ITUU1CIII, I.H11IC . v. unaiiv. ... - J
candidate for Councllman-at-Large, re-
. 1 l . v. .. Y. n mf nmmnt frnm
k.ciii' hid ""-r w
a four-year-old feminine admirer. The
. . . . , . .
little girl, Dorotny, oaugnur i
and Mrs. Earl Phelps, of 927 Belmont
street. sDranar her indorsement of Ryan
at a dinner party.
In the usual manner the little miss
was being catechized by the guests as
to whom she "loved." She mentioned
all her relatives by name, her Intimate
friends and acquaintances and was fur
ther pressed to add any possible names
to her list
"Oh, and-'Cholly Ryan, the Council
man," she added, and was abashed by
the applause that followed the remark.
The Phelps household Is composed of
consiHtent and persistent boosters for
Mr. Ryan, and the little girl had heard
little else than electioneering talk for
him for weeks. In fact ever since he
announced his candidacy.
MEN'S SPRING SUITS.
Take the elevator and save your dol
lars. The suits I sell are priced minus
the high rent profit Jimmy Dunn,
room 315 Oregonian bldg. Take ele
An interesting feature
of the new establish
ment is the continu
ance of the
L U N C
that made the former
grill the gathering
place of our represen
tative fUizens. .
Five courses in the
rathsfcellar from 11 :30
to 2 o'clock.
ICCHWAB PRINTING CO.
O BEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
I23.5fr STARK 5TFIE.E.I
Republican candidate for renomlna
tlon for Councilman Third Ward. Pres
ent Incumbent (Paid adv.)
Two Make First Speeches.
City Auditor Barbur and City Treas
urer Adams made their first political
speeches of the 'present campaign at
a meeting yesterday of the Progres
sive Business Men's Club held at Mult-
1. -Ua.aI TLff. narhii. annlr. All t Vl
UUlU.tt .UWd. i.
thin., ha he, BcpftmnllfihMl dtirinflT his
L'.lllO . -. r -"
terms of office and Mr. Adams took up
nis time in a. suuri .udwoi mi v. ps -"
against niS Gcparimeni mauo uy uiu
clais OI tne .cw xorit Durmu ui wuiii
, CLAM CHOWDER,
Tenderloin of sole, ham omelette, egg
In tomato aspic, crao meat saiaa, co-
. nM-m nl, Wnmon'e TC-rrhanflre
188 Fifth street Virginia baked ham
and chicken pies on saie.
PEXNEY BROS. FRIDAY SPECIAL,
w rf.. miF t?. wlnee at 31 a trallon
81.50 wines at 75c a gallon: Straight
Kentucky Whisky, 7 years old, regular
54.60 at $3.50 a gallon: Kentucky
Whisky, regular 83.60, at iz.ou a gal
lon: 33 grade Whisky, 33.10 a Wllon,
Friday only. 878 E. Morrison st Phones
East 287. B 2428. Free delivery.
This morning we start our backward season
sale. Owing to the late Spring, our stock of
high-grade merchandise has accumulated.
Move Goods Is Order
We will close out all of our beautiful Laces and
Embroideries at less than manufacturers' cost.
Following are only a few of the specials; there
are lots of .others throughout the shop.
&5oV Silk Waists $4.98
Tbey consist of striped or plain 6ilk messalines and lace trimmed.
Lingerie Waists K $2.98
High or low necks.
$3.00 Tailored Waists &wi $1.98
Linen, fancy madias and French gingham.
$2.00 Kid Gloves $1.69
Our best glace or suede.
$1.25 Dent's Make $1.00
In white or colors.
25c Embroideries, special. . 9
35c Embroideries, special 15
75c Embroideries, special 2o
$1.50 Embroideries, ep...48
F. P. YOUNG 0
328 MORRISON STREET
PORTLAND HOTEL BLOCK
GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
288-290-292 STARK STREET
i in . in Mr
BEST THINGS TO EAT.
Clip Thiei Ad," Hang It In the
Kitchen. IT WILL PAY YOU.
ESTABLISHED tX 1878.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS
WHITE LILY CRAWFORD
nrmirc Resrular 25c per can.
rCMUntd special ,15et CI 7(1
and offered at, per doien ' W
STEERO CUBES BEEF EXTRACT
Rerultf, per bos, 36c, OC
vlar 30c special at UU
TABASCO SAUCE VJir'qS
50c, on sale special at viiii
ENGLISH DAMSON JAM0- f-
regular. Jar. 36c, special at Ul
GRAPE JUICE pinfsf " eVu- I n
lar loc. special at. per bottle U
Large bottles, regular 7Eo, Cfn
special at. uu"
WtoYo'r ROM E-MAD E BREAD
when ordering? Made from Pllla
SrnrBaYer? 5C Hud I OC
Royal brand, QC
ready to use-.""
pnrrrr Is" the most important
WUrrtt Hem on our American
breakfast tables. To this de
partment we give closest and
most careful attention, and our
blends have become famous both
for quality and economy. Our
TURKISH COFFEE l 2i
berries grown. We roast them
daily and grind them to your
order. Kull-f lavored, full-bodied,
select coffee for family and
after-dinner use. It la satisfying
to the moat fastidious coffee
drink-C- pound In airtight
ers r3li packages, .
UHnnn OI tIL'n A scientific blend
riADUD DLtnU of finest growths
best coffees, properly matured,
skillfully, roasted, per pound 4 fin
at only 4 Hull
SULTAN BLEND COFFEE,11? en,ri
merits make It a family OC a
favorite, per pound only . . . . J J"
RAJAH BLEND JiASf JS?
solutely pure and rree from Ofln
dead berries, per pound.. ... wUU
MIMT ICI I V Gordon & Dilworth's,
MINI JtLLI very fine with
.I2'e"bat..L".0..35c and 50c.
OCR POSITIVE GUARANTEE WITH EVERY SALE.
Here Is a Suit
of Refined Individuality
It is a two-button gray, de
signed for the man who demands dis
tinctive clothes, yet inconspicuous and
modest. Cut in the latest fashion and made of
a popular new fabric by the House of Kuppen
heimer, it is a suit which we highly recommend
for Spring and Summer. The price is Twenty-five Dol
lars. There are others from $15 to $40.
Bring the Boys Our Boys' Department is complete and up to date.
See the new, popular Norfolk at, $6.50 to $12.00
A few of last week's specials, with extra pair of pants, in nearly
all sizes, at i $5.00
Free presents-balls, bats, mitts or gloves with boys' suits.
S. A B. Stamps Gives Vpou Request.
Succeeding A. B, Steinbach & Co.
The "Sign of the Lion'
355 Alder St., Cor. Park
Offer for Toda and Saturday
Dresses 1-2 Price
Suitable for afternoon or street
In this special assortment are
many handsome dresses in serge,
wool challie, chiffon silk, crepe
' do chine, charmeuse, etc., in all
colors and sizes.
Dresses formally sold from
$16.50 to $47.50 at just one-half
price. ' ...
Come Early for Good Choice
$16.50 now $S.25
$18.50 tow ...........$9.25
1 22.50 now . ; . $11.25
$32.50 now v. $16.25
The home owner
is the man most
in good Bewe
He is the man
who has made
Public rest station for women in the
shopping district maintained by the
More playgrounds for children.
Register Now in
ALL THE YEAR ROUND
- Y. M. C. A.
DAY and NIGHT SCHOOLS
Saalaena and Profeaaloiial
Reinforced Concrete I
Wireless Telegraphy ....I
Some of SO Other Courses
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
Gorman, French or Spanish ...
Penmanship or English
Boys' School (day)
Boys' School (night) I
The KODAK Way
Expresses best the natural little
glimpses of everyday life and makes
the very best "keepsakes." Let us
show you how simple picture taking
is by the KODAK method. It's a
Everything for picture taking and
making in our Kodak Department.
KODAKS From $5 Up
THE BROWHING CAMERAS
From ?2 to $12 .
The Owl Drug Co.
Broadway and Washington
Closed on Sunday Afternoons
From. 1 to 6.
continues unabated at The
Needlecraft Shop today and the
rest of this week. Every arti
cle in the shop reduced stamped
and finished goods. We might
use a page and not mention'' all of
the specials. ,
Our Great Embroid
ery Contest Closes
May 17. $75 in
with every purchase of 50c or
more, during this sale, In addi
tion to regular stamps. No extra
stamps given without this coupon.
Two Blocks West Broadway
Mr. Business Man
Have you tried the splendid
50c LUNCH WITH WINE
at II Rigolettof Try it this
week you will enjoy every dish
of the appetizing Italian cook
ing. Music and entertainment with
dinner and after the theater.
Third and Aider Sts.
Service in Prescriptions
Means not only the purest drugs
obtainable, but expert com
pounding and rapid delivery.
When you phone, we will call for
your prescription from any part
of the city and deliver free.
Medical Building, 351 Alder St.
Main 712, A 5712.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.50 a day up
Mew steel and brick structure. Third ad
dition of hundred rooms now building.
very modern convenience. Moderate
rates. Center of theatre and retail die.
trict. On carlines transferring all over
city. Electric sisiubuj aietti trim tad rtcsimcn.