Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 06, 1913, Page 11, Image 11

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Printing Room Main 7070, A 605
City Circulation Main 7070. A 6095
Managing Editor Main 707O. A 6085
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Composing Room Main 7070, A 6095
Superintendent Building. .Main 7070. A 6095
HEILIG THEATER (Eleventh and Morri
son) Naxlmova In the play "Bella Don
na." Tonight at 8:13.
ORPHEUM THEATER (Broadway and Tay
lor) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:15
and tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morrl
on street) Baiter players In "The Wolf."
Tonight at 8:10.
der) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:15
and tonight at 7:20 and 9.
E.MPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Yam
hill) Vaudeville. This afternoon at 2:15
end tonight at 7:30 and 9.
LYRIC THEATER (Fourth and Stark)
Musical comedy. "Wlshland." Thla
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight- at 6:30 to
10:45 o'clock.
tures. 11 A. M. to 12 P. M.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Wash
ington) Continuous first-run motion pic
tures. OAKS AML-8EMENT PARK (cars from
First and Alder) Royal Italian Band and
vaudeville. Afternoons at 2:30; evenings
at 8 P. M.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. Portland vs. Oak
land. Thla afternoon at 3:15.
Advertisements Intended for the City News
In Brief columns In Sunday's Issue must be
hanrfrd In The Oresronlan business office by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
WoODiisN to Hold Memorial- Sun
day -will be memorial day for Wood
men of the World, and the camps of
the city will hold joint services In the
hall of Multnomah Camp, 112 East
Sixth street at 2 o'clock. The morning
will be devoted to decorating the graves
of dead members. Flowers are wanted
at the hall Saturday night and Sun
day morning before 9 A. M. Automo
biles will be at the hall Sunday at 8:30
A. M. to carry flowers to the ceme
teries in the city and vicinity. Sev
eral automobiles have been donated for
the purpose. Members of the West
Side camps will meet at Woodmen Hall,
128 East Eleventh street at 1 P. M. and
march to the East Side hall, where the
memorial services will be conducted.
-V monument symbolic of the graves of
dead members will be unveiled and an
oration will be delivered.
Crrr or Tents r. ; Plotted. The
"City of Tents" in which the annual
campmeeting and conference of the
Western Oregon conference of the
Seventh-Day Adventists, will be held
from Juno 19 to 29, Is being laid out
in the Buckman tract on East Six
teenth and East Davis streets. There
will be 150 tents on the grounds in
cluding the auditorium, living, recep
tion, book depository, stenographers'
and press tents, office of the Western
Oregon conference, restaurant, and
smaller assembly tents. A large attend
ance is expected. Elder H. W. Cot
trell, now in Washington, D. C, will be
In charge, and a number of prominent
leaders will be present.
Recreation Buildings Near Comple
tion. The recreation buildings in
Peninsula Park are being oompleted. A
large force of men are at work finish
ing the auditorium and by July 1 all
the buildings In the group probably
will be finished. The two gymnasiums
practically are finished. The painters
are at work on the center auditorium
room. In the rear is the swimming
tHnk. which is ready for use. In the
park the apparatus ls being made ready
for the use of the public. The sunken
gardens are completed and are beau
tiful. The cost of the recreation build
ings in this park will be $30,000.
Building; Inspector Lauded. Build
ing Inspector Plumber yesterday re
ceived a letter from the Inspector of
buildings In Louisville. Ky., congratu
lating him on the excellent showing as
made by his department during 1913.
The Eastern inspector declares that the
Portland department does more work
Tor the size of the force than any
other department in the country. The
secret of the success of the Portland
department is asked by the Louisville
Veteran's Work Presented to Mtt
ani'ir. Twenty-five pieces of wood
carved into horses, snakes, chains, men,
women, birds and miniature buildings,
the result of about 50 years of work on
the part of Charles S. Elwood a Civil
War veteran who lives at 773 Grand
avenue, were yesterday added to the
collection of relics at the City Museum.
Mr. Elwood. who has been an invalid
since the war, has devoted most of his
time to the work. His collection is
extremely interesting.
Missionary Work la Told. Mrs.
Ellis McLean read a paper yesterday
afternoon on "What Unlversalism Has
Accomplished Through Its Missions in
Japan" at the meeting of the Florence
Mead Mission Circle of the First Uni
versalis! Church, held at the home of
Mrs. C W. Ertz. 1573 East Yamhill
street. Mrs. C. W. Ertz and Mrs. N. J.
Iottrlz were the hostesses. There was a
large attendance.
Mrs. Kerr to Speak at Woodstock.
Mrs. James B. Kerr, a member of
the Board of Education, and a candi
date to succeed herself at the election
to be held June 16, will speak at the
Woodstock Methodist Episcopal Church,
Forty-fourth street and Woodstock
uvenue at 8 o'clock tonight, under the
auspices of the Woodstock Good Gov
ernment Club.
IiAmrkrt Sewer Bids Opened. Bids
for the construction of the Lambert
sower system have been received. Prop
erty owners in Sellwood are anxious
that the contract be let and the sewers
built as much street fmprovement ls
dependent thereon. The bids range
from $64,658 to $69,412. there being two
Broadway Club to Meet. The
Broadway Neighborhood Club will hold
Us repulnr meeting tonight at 8:15 in
the hall of the First TJnlversallst
Church. Broadway and East Twenty
fourth street. All residents In the
vicinity are cordially Invited to attend.
New members will be welcomed.
McArthvr to Address Clubs. C. N.
(Pat) McArthur. speaker of the House
nt the late session of the State Legis
lature, will lecture under the auspices
of the Parent-Teachers' Circle and the
Mount Scott Woman's Mental Culture
Club In the assemblj -room of the
Arleta school, at 2 o'clock today.
River Ridb to Vancouver, Wash.
Pee the Willamette and Columbia rivers
during the flood. Fast steamer Ameri
ca leave Alder-street dock every Sun
day at 11 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. Return
ing leaves Vancouver, 12:45 P. M., 4:15
P. M. Fare. 25 cents.
For Rent. Near Seavlew. Wash.,
Ijarge house facing the ocean, suitable
Tor two families; pent, $400 for the sea
son. Phone Main 951.
Fresh Hutler's chocolates and bon
bons, one to five-pound boxes. Frank
Nau. prescription druggist, cot. 6th and
Dr. K. a. Pierce) moved from Selling
bldg. to 1012-13-14-15 Broadway bldg.
Phonos: Main 2544. A S930.
Dr. John M. Edwards has returned
and will be associated with Dr. Harry
F. McKay, Eilers building.
Webb Cottaoe. Seaside, Or., for rent,
season. S rooms; completely furnished.
Fine location. East 1619.
Dr. J. W. Morrow has returned from
Europe: office Oregonian bldg.
Dr. Leo Ricen moved to S09-S14
Broadway bldg.
DR E. H. Anthont moved to 309-814
Broadway bldg.
Dr. S. M. Gellert has returned; rooms
616-517 Broadway bldg.
W. J. McMillan, dentist, moved to
seventh fioor Broadway bldg.
Dr. a J. Smith, Broadway building,
tenth floor. Marshall 2362. A 6533.
Mount Hood auto stage. East 162.
Dr. W. O shearer. Broadway bldg.
Mass Meeting Called. A mass meet
ing for Saturday night has been called
by the Halsey-Street Improvement Club
at Melvin's Hall, East Eighty-second
and Halsey streets to consider the mat
ter of locating an automobile factory
on the O.-W. R. & M. in North Monta
ville. All improvement clubs of the
city have been asked to send delegates.
A six-acre site is wanted for the
factory. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Bogue, R.
A. Delano and B. E. Melvin are the
committee making arrangements for
the meeting. Also the streetcar exten
sion on Halsey street from Sandy boule
vard will be considered- Members of
an automobile manufacturing company
that Is seeking a location will address
the meeting.
New Traffic Rule Desired. Failure
of the .City Council to include the rail
road and Broadway bridges in the con
gested zone in the new traffic ordi
nance, is causing the police difficulty,
and Chief Slover has recommended to
City Attorney Grant that a change be
made, to take in these structures. In
reply the City Attorney has asked for
further data on which to draft an
amendment. On all the other bridges
the same regulations prevail as in the
business district, and the lack of
restriction is said to make travel over
the new bridges a menace.
Launch Owners Report Rescue.
Owners of the launch Yarrow report
that they rescued two men from the
river while cruising near the Oaks on
Monday night. The men had been drift
ing about in a canoe when a wave
hit and upset them. In the Yarrow
were Lloyd Foster, F. H. Soicer and J.
M. Mann, the owners. They did not
learn the names of the men they
rescued but it is evident that they
were ungrateful for they reported to
the police that the Yarrow had run
them down. Owners of the Yarrow
declare the men had been struggling
in the water for some time before they
saw them.
Ministers Are Reappointed. -Rev.
W. N. Coffee, of Center Addition, has
been reappointed presiding elder for
Portland and Salem by Bishop Walter
Sellew. of the Free Methodist Church.
Rev. H. V. Haslem was appointed elder
for Eastern Oregon. Rev. W. J. John
son was reappointed pastor of the First
Free Methodist Church. East Ninth and
East Mill streets, where he has been
for two years. Rev. E. W. Hight was
reappointed for Gresham. Rev. S. F.
Roper goes to St. Johns as pastor.
Rev. S. F. Pitts was made conference
evangelist. Rev. Mr. Johnson returns
to the First Church of Portland.
Mazamas to Ascend Table Mountain.
For their Sunday climb the Mazamas
have chosen Table Mountain, which is
the highest point so near the Columbia
to be found. The party will leave town
in a special car at 6 P. M. Saturday on
the North Bank train and go to Hamil
ton Creek (near Cascades), where it
will camp over night. The ascent of the
mountain will be made on Sunday, and
the return to Portland will be made
on the limited train, due to arrive at
7:45 P. M. A small commissary will be
organized, but each person will take
his own bedding.
Bio D a it a a e Suit Compromised.
The $50,000 damage suit of Mrs. Addie
Pearson to recover from the Inman
Poulsen Lumber Company for the death
of her husband, Captain John Pearson,
was compromised in Circuit Court yes
terday for $2500. On the night of No
vember 9 last the plaintiff's husband,
who was captain of the steamer El
Kader, belonging to the lumber com
pany and engaged in towing logs, was
killed while seeking to land from the
boat on a dock at night.
Advertising Solicitor on Trial J.
Owen, advertising solicitor for the Sun
day Mercury, was placed on trial in.
Circuit Judge Kavanaugh's court yes
terday on a charge of extorting money
from Carrie Kessler, proprietress of the
Athens Hotel, Thirteenth and Morrison
streets. Owen, the state alleges, was
trapped in the act of forcing Mrs. Kes
sler Into paying for a subscription and
an advertisement in the paper under
penalty of being "written up."
Beth Israel Services Announced.
Services at Beth Israel will be held
tonight at 8 o'clock and tomorrow
morning at 10:30, Rabbi Wise officiat
ing. Shabuoth (Pentecost) will be ob
served Tuesday at 8 P. M. and Wed
nesday morning at 10 o'clock, with con
firmation. All men and women are
welcome. The music will be in charge
of Mrs. Rose Bloch Bauer.
Frank L. Smith cutting prices. He
Miss Kerrma Klosterman En
tertains for Bride-to-Be.
Oregon eggs. 20c.
Corned beef, 10c.
Mutton stew, 10c.
Mutton chops, 15c
Hams, 30c.
Oregon butter 30c
Bolllng beef. 10c.
Liver, 10c.
Picnic hams, 14c.
Bacon. 20c.
Sausage. 10c to 15c Steak, 17 hk to 20c.
Go to his main market, 228 Alder st.
or to his St. Francis market. 228 Wash
ington st. for these fine, cheap meats.
Rockwood Teachers Elected. Miss
Eva Campbell has been re-elected prin
cipal of the Rockwood school for the
ensuing year. Miss Mazle Schantin was
elected first assistant and Miss Maeve
Lovelace was chosen third assistant, a
third teacher being needed to take
care of the increase. Miss Lovelace is
a graduate of the Gresham High School
and has been a student of Willamette
University for the past two years.
Charles Chambers Sentenced.
Charles Chambers pleaded guilty be
fore Circuit Judge Kavanaugh yes
terday to Improper relations with his
15-year-old stepdaughter, and was sen
tenced to from one to ten years In the
State Penitentiary. He decided to
plead guilty after learning that the
District Attorney's office was in pos
session of various love notes which he
wrote the girl.
Many Basements Flooded. Scores of
business houses have vacated their
basements, at great expense, on account
of the high water. Many houses have
economized this year by renting electric
motor-driven pumps of the Standard
Machinery Company, 46 Second street,
thus saving themselves much annoyance
as well as money.
CoUNT-r Roads to Be Oiled. All the
main county roads east of Mount Tabor
are to be oiled at once. A car load of
oil has been delivered at Gresham and
another at Kern Park In the Mount
Scott district to be used in these dis
tricts. Another car will be delivered
for the Base Line road.
David Mosessohn Lectures Tonight.
Services will be held this evening at
the Sixth-Street Synagogue at 7:30
o'clock. David N. Mosessohn will offi
ciate and deliver a lecture, on "The
Jew's Responsibility to the Com
munity." Tomorrow morning services
will begin at 9 o'clock.
Mothers' Circle to Hold Picnic.
The Mothers' Circle of the Highland
school will hold its annual picnic to
morrow. The' circle will meet at 11
o'clock at the corner of Killlngsworth
and Union avenues Those attending
will bring basket lunches.
Annual River Excursion of Holmes'
Business College will start from the
Washington-street dock, steamer Kel
logg. Saturday evening. June 7, at 7:45
promptly. Former students of the col
lege and their friends are cordially In
vited. Sunday Excursion. To Cascade
Rapids on steamer Balley-Gatzert, $1
round trip. Leaves Alder-sL, dock at 9
A. M.. returning at 5:30 P. M. A splen
did opportunity to see the Columbia at
flood stage. Phones: M. 914, A 5112.
Commencement Programme Tomorrow.
Commencement exercises of the Gil
lespie School of Expression will be
held in Lincoln High School auditorium
tomorrow evening at 8:15 o'clock. The
public ls invited.
Regular Friday butter sale of
fresh creamery butter at creamery 60c
delivered, 65c. Washington Cream Co
444 Wash. st.
Cur Glass, one-half less, at Aronson's
removal sale. S34 Wash. st.
Wanted. Two A-l bollermakers none
others need apply. 102 N. 4th st.
Dr. George F. Kokhlkr' moved to the
sixth floor Broadway bldg.
Mount Hood auto stage.' Main 2456.
About Sixty Members of Younger Set
Call and Pay Respects to Girl
Whose Marriage to C. X. Mc
Arthur Is Set for June 25.
Miss Lucile Smith, whose wedding to
Clifton N. McArthur will take place
June 25, was the honored guest at a
smart tea given yesterday by Miss
Kemna Klosterman. The reception
rooms were decorated with a profusion
of pink roses and white peonies. The
toa table was attractive with a center
bouquet of gladioli mingled with maid
enhair fern. Mrs. Chester Griffin
Murphy cut ices and Mrs. Coe A. Mc
Kenna presided at the samovar. As
sisting about the rooms were Miss Eliz
abeth Stewart, Miss Ruth Small and
Miss Georgia Yates. Ab-out 60 members
of the younger set called during the
afternoon. Several other functions are
planned for Miss Smith during the next
The women of the Madeleine Parish,
Irvington, cordially invite their friends
to an afternoon of bridge and 500 at the
assembly hall. Twenty-third and Sis
kiyou Btreets. tomorrow from 2 to 6
o'clock. The hostesses will be Mrs.
Theodore J. Seufert, Mrs. James F.
Clarkson, Mrs. John N. Casey, Mrs.
John Manning, Mrs. T. J. Murphy and
Mrs. Horace G. Luckett.
The Portland Oregon Agricultural
College Club will give a dancing party
tonight for the members and their
friends. The festivity will take place
at Murlark Hall. The patronesses will
be Mrs. A. L. Knisley, Mrs. E. F. Per
not, Mrs. B. F. Irvine. Mrs. Sarah E.
Moore, Mrs. Rose Selling and Mrs. W.
Y. Masters. "A number of the club
members will assist in receiving.
Two smart affairs of yesterday were
the card party given by Mrs. George
Knight Clark. Mrs. Joseph Lawrence
Stafford and Mrs. May L. Nichols at
Hotel Portland and the elaborate tea
given by Mrs. H. A. Hogue and Mrs.
Harry Wildey Hogue at the Nortonia In
hono-.- of Mrs. Chester J. Hogue. of Bos
ton. The Nortonia was thronged with
fashionable society folk, and elaborate
decorations were artistically arranged
about the rooms.
The June "13 class of the Lincoln
High School held its annual boating
party aboard the "Eva" Wednesday
night and over 60 members of the
class were present. Owing to the high
water in the Willamette River the
boat was unable to land as had been
scheduled and the time was passed in
running up to Oswego Lake and re
turning to the mouth of the Willam
ette and thence back to the dock
treshments were served
and several
musical selections were rendered by the
artists of the class.
ine class has decided to take next
No Wrinkles
in Your New
Here's just an example of the little tilings
that make this your clothes shop.
All garments are sent
home in these
Then you can use it at home. It's dust
proof. Its handle makes it convenient for
carrying your suit. Fine for the short trip.
" Our wide assortment of Norfolks is due
to the magnitude of the House of Kuppen
heimer and its ability to supply us with the
styles toward which men incline. You will
be admirably dressed at twenty-five dollars.
There are also suits at fifteen to forty.
Here They Are
Exclusively at
the Lion
"The Shirt Without a Tail"
You've seen them advertised in the Post,
in clothes making.
They mark an epoch
The tail of the old style shirt makes a pair of comfortable,
athletic drawers in OLUS no rolling and bunching of shirt tails.
Xo uncomfortable bagging.
'S. & S." Stamps Given Upon Request
'The Steinbach Store" Morrison at Fourth
Portland Rose Show June 9 to 14
They're economical, too
$1.50 for the shirt, including
Be Sure to Try Olus
Don't merely wish for it.
Buy yours today.
Markillie, Martha Holden, Myrtle Mil
ler, Rita Prager, Eleanor Prager,
Marguerite Harbaugh, Edythe Jftihnos,
Dorothy Wright, Katherine Erdner,
Lillian Compton, Emily Marshall, Susie
Thomas, Frances Golden, Rose Wright,
Ruth Leonard, Laura Bachmann. Onal
Bretz, Ruby McKay. Sarah Parr. Beulah
Wagner, Ruth Van Zandt. Beatrice
Thursday as Class day and for that stevenBon. Grace May, Ruth Johnson
-vLo-iiw Jensen, ivauienne jnancocK,
Marjorie Brundage, Esther Johnson,
Marjorie McCollom and' Xavler Clerln,
Ted Wright, Clarence S. Stephenscm,
Dana Poulsen, A. Roland Boscow, Law
rence Gage, Freeman Sersanous, Claude
Resing, Phillip Sessions, Billv Lewis,
Earl R. Goodwin, Alfred Y. Schllt, Am
brose Brownell, John Stelner. John
Carr. Charles Howe, Lawrence Rosen-
day a picnic is being arranged. The
members of the faculty who partici
pated in the trip on the "Eva" were:
Miss Gladys Smith and Edward O.
Tabor. The members of the class who
went were: Frank L. Beach, Miss
Marcia Parker. Miss Marguerite Gross,
C. Edison Wingard, Clarence J. Young,
Misses Pauline Heintz, Mildred Eleanor
Holladay School Candidate
Booster for Newsboys' Home,
More Playgrounds, Clean Ath
letics, Greater Portland.
(Paid Advertisement.)
The Prescription Drug Store
Prescriptions are our spe
cialty not a side line with
us. You want the purest,
freshest ingredients, correctly
and carefully c o m p o unded,
when you need a prescription
filled. We give you just this
service and " double check "
every prescription.
Haak Bros.
Exclusive Preacriptlonlsts
Medical Bldg., 351 Alder Street.
Main 712, A 6712.
thai. Merle Roussellot and William W.
Clam chowder, crab cutlets, veal loaf,
pineapple nut salad, lobster salad, rasp
berry blanc mange, strawberry ice
cream. 186 5th st.
We offer our J2 wines at $1 a gallon;
$1.50 wines at 75c a gallon; Straight
Kentucky Whisky, 7 years old, regular
$4.50 at $3.50 a gallon; Kentucky
Whisky, regular J3.50, at $2.50 a gal
lon; $3 grade Whisky, $2.10 a gallon.
Friday only. 379 E. Morrison st. Phones
East 2S7. B 2426. Free delivery.
288-230-292 STARK STREET
Finnan Haddies, the last of the
season, lb 25
Bismarck Herring, very fine,
3 for 25
Smoked Columbia River Salmon,
pound 30
is the world's standard special
for today and Saturday. 50-lb.
sack .'$1.95
25-lb. sack $1.00
We use it in our own Home
Broad. Try a loaf and be con
vinced of its excellence. Price
5c and 10
Cochran & Co. 's Belfast Ginger
Ale, dozen $1.65
Schweppe's Imported Sarsapa
rilla Splits, dozen $1.35
Schweppe's Soda Splits, per
dozen $1.35
is the first pressing of Fancy
Ripe Olives. It is absolutely pure.
Large bottles, regular $1.00,
special 90
Order a bottle today.
288, 290, 292 STARK STREET
The Royal Rosaxians' Grand Stand for Festival Week wall be located at
13th and Morrison Sts.
A cool, shady place.
Only 300 tickets will be placed on sale. All parades pass this stand.
Tickets, 50c, each parade.
King of Pasadena's Tournament of Roses and Miss Spokane will occupy
the royal box. The Mayor and the Governor have been invited to sit with
them. Here will be located the Oakland delegation, 200 strong, with their
band. The Pasadena delegation of 150, also San Diego Fair Officials and 60
representatives and the Tillicums of Seattle, 200 strong.
Seats for sale at:
Brasfield & Porges, Sixth and Washington.
Sherman, Clay & Co., Sixth and Morrison.
Commerce Trust & Savings Bank, Park and Morrison.
Our weekly specials com
pel attention, not by price
alone, but by reason of the
extraordinary quality and
Sherry, Port, Muscatel,
Angelica $1.50 grade.
gallon 75c
Rye or Bourbon regu
lar ?4 quality SPE
CIAL. TODAY, per gal
lon J2.75
Pure California Brandy
$4 grade Special
TODAY, per gallon. .. .$2.75
Jamaica Rum and Pure
Gin 4 grades SPE
CIAL. TODAY, per gal.. $2. 75
MAIN 6400, A 4400.
An advantage of
is that the longer it is
in the ground the
harder and more
lasting it becomes.
That means longer
wear and less upkeep
St. Helens Hall
PoiTuro, Osioos
Resident and Day School for Girls
In charge of Bl.te.rn of 8t-John Baptist Eclsoopa)
Ooll.jrl.ts. Aesdemle and Xlnaantary Departments
Unite. Art. Elocution, Domestic Art. Domestic Idanca.
Oymnutum. For catalog address
6U Helen Hall
The Belmont School
College Preparatory. Lower School.
Mr. H. D. Ollphant. of the Belmont
School for Boys, will be at the Hotel
Portland during the month of June.
CIS k Al IKfailKIJrfJJhs.lMirtlTAir
W. Grades. Twelfth year - Au- 25. 191J. Jst
Teachers' Examination
Notice ls hereby given that the
School Superintendent of Multnomah
County will hold an examination for
applicants for state and county papers
at Lownsdale school building: (old Lin
coln High), at Fourteenth and Morri
son streets, as follows:
l or State Papers.
Commencing: Wednesday. June 18.
1913 at 9 o'clock A. M.. and continuing
until Saturday. Juno 21. 1918. a 4 P.M.
Wednesday Forenoon.
Writing-. U. S. history, physiology.
-Wednesday Afternoon.
Physical geography, reading, compo
sition, methods in reading, methods in
Thursday Forenoon.
Arithmetic. history of education,
psychology, methods in geography.
Thursday Afternoon.
Grammar, geography. American liter
ature, physics, methods in language,
thesis for primary certificate.
Friday Forenoon. ,
Theory and practice, orthography.
English literature, chemistry.
Friday Afternoon.
School law. botany, algebra, civil
Saturday Forenoon.
Geometry, geology.
Saturday Afternoon.
General history, bookkeeping.
Primary Theses.
The following are lists of subjects
from which to choose for a primary
thesis: (a) What should be taught In
the primary grades that is not found
in books? (b) Home geography in the
primary grades, (c) The use of phonics
in the first grade, (d) Primary read
ing, (e) Nature study, (f) Busy work,
(g) The Montessori system of educa
tion, (h) Play and plavgrounds.
County School Superintendent.
On Washington St., Corner Twelfth.
Absolutely fireproof: modern: first
class: 150 outside rooms. Room,
with bath privilege, at. C1.50. 2,
9-.SO. Room, with private bath, S1.50.
$2, -'.. in, S3, C3.50.
Special Rates
Per Week or Month.
Our AUTO BUS Meets All Trains and
Charles H. Rowley, .Mgr.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.50 a day up
New st.. I and brick structure. Third ad
dition of hundred rooms now building.
Every modern convenience. Moderate
rates. Center of theatre and retail dis
trict. On carlines transferring all over
city. Electric osnaibas meets trains sad steamers.
Power Stump Puller at Capitol Hill.
Or.. Oregon Electric Line, Friday. Sat
urday and Sunday. June 6. 7 and 8.
A. ? .. SIX Kit,
Hotel Hoyt, Portland.