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THE MORXIXG OREGOXLO. THUKSDAT, AUliLST 7, 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Printing-Room Main 7070. A 6005
City Circulation Main 7070, A JC
Managing Editor Main 707O. A nus
Sunday Editor Main 7070. X dims
Composing-Room Main 7070. X 6uS5
Superintendent Building Main 7070. X ttui)5
HEILIO THEATER (Eleventh and Morrl
aonj Wlmer Garden company in "The
Passing Show or 1412." Tonight at :15.
ORChLUM THEATER (Broadway and Tay
lor! Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:13
and to:);ht at 8:15.
PANTAGES THEATER (Broadway and Al
der Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:15
and tonight at 7:30 and u.
EMPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Yam
hill) Vaudeville. This atternoon at 2:13
and tonight at 7:30 and a.
1-1" RIC THEATER (Fourth and Stark)
Musical comedy, "Hotel FUm-Flam." Thla
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 6:30 to
Wi'KS- STAR, ARCADE. OH JOT.
TIVOH AND CRYSTAI-Flrst-run pic
tures. 11 A, M. to 12 P. M.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Sixth and Wash
lngton) Continuoua first-run picture
from 11 A. M.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Waih
ingioi) Continuoua first-run motion o'c
turea. OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK (Cars from
First and Aider) Royal Italian Band and
vaudeville. Afternoons at 2:30; evenings
at S P. M.
HECREATiOJT PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Jaughn) Baaebail. Portland vs. Spokane,
"his afternoon at 8:15.
OREGOMAX AT RESORTS.
For quickest delivery of The Ore
gonian at Summer resorts subscribe
through the following agents. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are
payable in advance.
Bar View, Or E. F. Jackson
Bay City. Or M. J. Miller
Bay Ocean, Or .M. A. Shirley. Jr.
Brighton Beach, Or... J. A Baldwin
Caraon, Wash. . .Shepherd's Springs
Ca.t ail In, Or G. M. Gelaendorfer
Garibaldi, Or c. K. Alexander
Lung Beach, Wash Frank Hochlleld
Manxanlta Beach, Or. Emu G. Kardell
Nahcotta, Wash J. II. Uronn
Newport, Or Ceorgt Sylvester
Ocean Park. Wah...D. E. Beechey
Rockaway Beach, Or . . . Frank Miller
Kockaway Beach.Or. . .K. I. W'atklna
St. Martina Springs, Wash
Mr, fi. St. Martin
Seaside, Or Clark Strattoa
Seavlenr, Wash. .Constable Putnam
Tillamook. Or J. S. Lamar
Wheeler, Or It. 11. Cady
Wllholt, Or F. W. McLeran
Dr. F. m. Brooks has returned, 812
Oregonian bldg. Office hours 1 to 3 P. M.
i Citt Asked to Aid. Presenting a
Yeport showing unusual activity in
charitable work, the Visiting Nurse As
sociation yesterday asked that the city
take some steps to lend financial or
other aid. The report, submitted to
City Health Officer Marcellus, shows
members of the association have made
dozens of visits to poor people In the
cily and have given medical attention
free of charge. It is said that it is
really the city's place to look after
these cases. It is shown In the report
""""s juiy ma nurses made 366 gen
eral calls and 142 calls in tuberculosis
Charges Aoainst Officers Sustained.
.ine municipal civil Service Com-'
mission yesterday sustained the charges
against ex-Police Matron Elizabeth
Simmons. ex-Police Sergeant E. W. Colo
and ex-Detective Clifford W. Maddux.
Mrs. Simmons was charged with taking
merchandise left for safe keeping at
ine ponce station. uole was charged
with taking money from women of the
underworld and Maddux was charged
with an assault on a woman named
wniiams. All three Dersons wera
charged from the city service by the
' oervice commission and p
peaiea to tne present Commission for
rLINETOSCOPB TO Bl DHMONSTRATI-.rj
An unusually lively programme will
bo presented by the Portland Educa
tional Alliance at the demonstration of
ina poison klnetoscope on the "gym'
iioor, Neighborhood House, Council of
women. aecond and Woods
streets, at s o'clock tonight. Movin
fixtures una lantern slides of a great
variety of interesting subjects will be
shown, which will be dramatic, artistic
and instructive. Lantern slides on
loroign countries will be exhibited.
iuors will be closed during th
formance. The public is invited.
Legal Mill Shows Speed. Circuit
juae Lieeton returning from the beach
jesieraay, iouna a week's accumula
tlon of probate business. His court
room was niieu to capacity with at
torneys anxious for an audience. The
business was disposed of with rapidity,
little attention being paid to detail. Ali
me otner juoges, wnn the exception
of Judge McGinn, who is holding court
spasmodically, are away on vacations
and will not return until the opening
of the September term of court.
Firm Names Filed. Certificates of
assumed business names, which a law
passed at the last session of the Legis
lature required to be filed, are coming
Into County Clerk Coffey's office in
floods. The object is to have a record
of the names of people operating under
such business names. The time for
tiling the certificates is growing short,
hence the rush. A severe penalty Is
provided for failure to comply with
Rifle Team to Leavs Tomorrow
Final practice work is being conducted
by the team of 15 Oregon National
Guardsmen which will go to the Na
tional rifle meet at Camp Perry o
ITnder the direction of Lieutenant Endi
cott. of the regular Army, the team is
spending part of each day at the
"ne range. The team will
ica.e tor tne liast tomorrow
over the Northern Pacific.
Fire boat Mat Be Overhauled. Ex
perts are to be engaged at once by
Mayor Albee to make a careful exami
nation of the fireboat David Campbell
to see why the craft fails to work prop
erly. The Mayor announced yesterday
that he believes it will be possible to
change the boat in some way so that
the trouble which has made it virtual
ly worthless can be remedied.
City's Legal Work Presses. Because
of the rush of work in the city's legal
department arrangements have been
made for the appointment of an addi
tional Deputy City Attornev and an
additional stenographer. The deputy at
torney will be appointed by Citv at
torney LaRoche and the stenographer
will be selected from the eligible list
of the Civil Service Commission.
Market Flan to Bi Explained The
public rr.arket plan of Inrlianapolis
copied by cities throughout the United
States, is to be explained to the City
Commission this morning by William
L. Taylor, former City Attorney of In
dianapolis who is considered one of
the most widely-versed market experts
in the United States.
Morals Court Proposed. City At
torney LaRoche Is preparing an ordi
nance providing for the establishment
of a morals court in connection with
the Municipal Court to have jurisdiction
in all criminal cases Involving moral
questions. As soon as prepared the
ordinance will be submitted to the City
Commission for consideration.
For Sale. a 4I.hnr,Annv,p . a i .
Crocker-Wheeler motor, complete with
standard blade starter, no voltage re
lease and 75-ampere over-load I-T-E
circuit break. In A-l condition. Ad
dress room 203 Oregonlan bldg.
. Fo Rsxt 14-rooro house, 445 Mor
rison st.. cor. 12th: center of the city.
Address Margaret N. Scott, East Glisan
Band Concert Tonight. The Port
land Park Band will give a concert at
8 o'clock tonight at South Park and
Jefferson streets. The programme will
consist of special request numbers. At
2:30 o'clock this afternoon a concert
will be given at Kenilworth Park
especially for women and children. To
morrow night there will be a special
programme at Washington Park City
Park.) At 2:30 o'clock Sunday after
noon another concert will be given at
Washington Park. At 2 o'clock Monday
afternoon the band will play at the
children's play festival at Peninsular
Park. The band will complete its sea
son at Lents on Tuesday nighL
Body Will Be Sent East. Miss Anne
Dudley Blitz, of BoiBe, will accompany
the body of her fiance, Lee Elam, to
Indianapolis, where his parents live and
where interment will be made, leaving
tomorrow morning. They were to have
been married in September, and Mr.
Elam, who was a traveling salesman.
had recently visited Miss Blitz in Boise
to make arrangements for the wedding.
He was found last Friday unconscious
in his room at the Portland Hotel, and
died Tuesday morning at Good Samari
tan Hospital. Physicians say that his
death was due to heat prostration.
Citt to Lease Garage. At a meet
ing of the City Commission today the
contract under which the city will lease
a building on East Water street for a
municipal garage and storehouse will
be signed. The owner of the building
and members of the City Commission
yesterday agreed on terms of the lease.
The city will pay a rental of $500 a
month ,nd will Install a heating
system. The city may purchase the
building at any time for $85,000.
Rapid Meter Reading Planned.
Changes in the system of reading the
city water meters have been worked
out by officials of the New York Bureau
of Municipal Research. A report from
the Water Department shows that in
one day one man recently read 178
meters while another read only seven.
It is proposed to give the readers
motorcycles or bicycles and reduce the
number and increase the territory of
Empress to Entertain Kiddies.
Manager Pierong, of the Empress Thea
ter, will be host this afternoon to 70
boys and girls from the ' Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society, East Twenty-ninth
and Irving streets. The children will
be brought down town om f ree tickets
furnished by the Portland Railway,
Light & Power Company, and will pass
the morning at Washington Park
They will attend the performance ati
the Empress beginning at 2:30 o'clock
Timecard Is Changed. Traffic Man
ager Skinner, of the United Railways
has announced a new timecard on that
line, affecting nearly all stations and
all trains. The change goes into effect
Sunday, August 10. The time of th
daily trains used by working men and
the suburban commuters is earlier.
Auditorium Offered to' Citt. Tl
Kamm -estate, which owns the Gipsy
Smith Auditorium, has offered to lease.
the building to the city for a year for
a public auditorium. The owners ask a
rental of $75 a month. City Commis
sloner Brewster has taken the proposal
Interest and Fees Turned In. As
Interest on funds deposited in banks
during July and his share for the same
month of naturalization and declara
tlon fees. County Clerk Coffey has
turned over to County Treasurer Lewis
For Sale. A 40-K. W., 500-volt
crocker-Wreeler generator, complete
wixn neio rneostat ana circuit breaker,
in good condition. Address room 203
For Sale. One 125-volt, direct
current generator, complete with field
rheostat, ammeter and circuit breaker.
7 his machine is in good repair. Ad
dress room f'3 Oregonian bldg.
Ladies, order your suits now at re
duced prices; Fall materials and styles
nave arrived, v. Kaspar, ladies tailor.
Club To Hold Picnic. The Woman's
Good Government Club will hold a pic
nic today at Peninsula Park.
Dr. George F. Eoehlis will be In his
office today and tomorrow; hours by
Dr. Frank M. Tatlor has returned.
MAGICIAN WILL BE SEEN
Globe Theater Announces Bill
. Remainder of Week.
The new programme at the Globe
Theater contains something for every
one. To those who like dramatic and
sensational stories, "Shipwrecked" will
eati-sry them. It is the story of a
valet, who in time of disaster, when
his party is shipwrecked and cast away
on an unnaDited island, proves him
self more of a real man than the pam
pered millionaires. He takes complete
charse and finally brings them all to
safety. It Is far better than the play,
as all the scenes are real.
If you are fond of magic and mystic
ism, "The Great Raymond" will give
you all you want of iL He performs
all his great tricks In full view the
materializating the great trunk trick
the magic throne and the cage of the
magic are all faithfully shown.
If you are looking for pure unadul
terated fun you will get it in "The Late
Mr. Jones. Sydney Drew takes the
leading character. He makes love to
the widow, but the widow's chHd is
continually contrasting him with "My
Pa. ' l ou go through many funny sit
uations until the child receives a
spanking, which is as good as "Pa's."
The good music is always present at
the Globe. This bill will last until
BILLY SUNDAY IS 'COMING
Noted Evangelist Will Deliver Lec
ture In White Temple.
Billy Sunday, the Inimitable evange
list, will deliver an address to men
next Sunday at 3 o'clock in the White
Temple. Mr. Sunday is coming to Port
land under the auspices of the Young
Man's Christian Association and the
gathering will take the place of the
usual Sunday meeting in the Y. M. C. A.
lobby. As Sunday is one of the best
drawing speakers who visits Portland,
it was arranged to use the White
Sunday is now living on his ranch
at Hood River and only occasionally
deserts his apple orchard for the lecture
platform. His talk at the White Temple
will be the only address he will de
liver in Portland on his coming trip.
His subject will be "Chickens Cdme
Home to Roost"
Since leaving baseball for his present
work Sunday has become probably the
best-known evangelist in the United
OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH
OUR SERVICE THE BEST
We buy right, we can meet competition, we turn our stock a
good many times a year, thus making it a point to have fresh
goods only ; and our Messenger Service is the talk of -all our
trade. We get goods to your door at the time you ask for
them. Open your account at the "Store of Quality,"
JL. Mayer & Co.
"PORTLAND'S OLDEST AND BEST G ROCERS"
148 Third Street a 4432, Main 9432
"We offer you for Thursday, Friday and Saturday :
C. & B. Walnut and Mushroom Catsup, regular 35c "
Va-pint bottle ....... 25
Brand's A-l Sauce, a bottle. ... , r.25 and 50t
French Vermouth, a bottle 75c
Ghirardelli's Ground Chocolate, 3-lb. tin . . -75e
Kingsford Gloss Starch, in 6-lb. boxes, per box. . -6()c
Oolongr Tea (for ice tea), reg. 75c a lb., at 60c
All local Beer at Brewery Prices. -We
also carry all Eastern Beer.
VISIT OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
"We have everything to make your week-end outing a
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Johnson Educator Crackers,
Mailliard's Assorted Mints,
St. Johnsbury Crackers, Knorr's Specialties,
Peck's Stilton Cheese,
Imported Camenbert in wood, fresh weekly,
French Vichy Water, m pints and quarts.
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
YOURS FOR QUALITY '
A Sale of Good Watches
A number of famous Watches, in various styles, for men and
women, on sale for 10 days only at
REDUCTIONS ,OF U TO 3
a WJ'JJI'si,, IM .01 '"J J.", ). . lai.llliupn LI.
Jewelry of duality What We Say It Is, It Is
En-t. 40 Years.
ON STR. BAILEY GATZERT
THE SCENIC TRIP OF THE WEST
Round Trip Daily, Except Sunday or Monday.
Leaves Alder St. Dock at 7:00 A. M.
Arrives The Dalles 3:00 P. M.
Leaves The Dalles 3:15 P. M.
Arrives Portland 9:45 P. M.
FARE, ONE WAY, $1.00; ROUND TRIP, $2.00
Phones: Main 914, A 5112
A policy, carefully safeguarding the interest of every buyer of a Piano, Player
Piano or a Victor Victrola, has long been a feature of our business. The offer
is not new with us, and it is made because WE SNOW that every instrument
sold by us is WORTH MORE THAN THE PRICE ASKED.
Long years of piano buying and selling have taught us to know Piano Values.
Knowing them, we know your needs and what YOXJ should pay for real Piano
satisfaction. That is purchased here at the lowest possible margin of profit on
TOUR MONEY'S WORTH. OR YOUR MONEY BACK.
MORRISON AND BROADWAY.
Other Stores: San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, Fresno, Los
Angeles and San Diego, Calif.; Rano, Nevada; Phoenix, Arizona.
fund sufficient to pay for the improve
ment, and further that the property-
owners are fighting their assessments
in Circuit Court on the ground of irreg
ularities. Judgment Is asked against
the city on the theory that the citv's
negligence led to the mixup.
Gearhart Hotel is now at it best
Everything has been provided that will
add to the comfort of guests, making it
the premier beach hotel of the Oregon
The cuisine and service are eaual to
that of the best Portland Hotels. Rates
same aa last year 34, $4.60 and $5,
Three and a half hours from 'Port
land. Three trains daily, four on Sat
urday, North Bank depot.
For reservations address A. C. Mitch
ell, manager. Gearhart, Or. City offices
at 100 Fourth street.
TVild Bees Are Captured.
CAMAS, Wash.. Aufr. 6. fSDecial.l
G. W. Copley recently captured a. col
ony of bees that had lost the aueen.
and already is the possessor of about
dozen pounds of honey. The bees
created considerable excitement a few
days ago when first seen on the hill
to the north of town, and several at
tempts were made to capture them.
After taking possession of two or
tnree Doxes, the bees swarmed on a fir
tree, ana were shaken off that and
placed in a third box. In this they
concluded to make their home, and
the day following were busily engaged
in garnering noney.
Miawatha" hard Utah coal ordered
from mines. Make reservation while
price is only J9. Phones East 303
C 2303. Edlefsen Fuel Co.. Sole Agents'.
263 Stark. -
NO PROFIT DAYS.
xiiBsn o.ie no proiit aays tor me.
Men's Summer suits are7 going out at
invoice cost and less to make room for
ran uuus. jimmy uunn, room 315
Oregonian Bldg. Take elevator.
Castllian Grille. 411
best liquor with meals.
A D. M. WATSON HE ST AUR ANT
108 Fifth St.. Perkins Hotel Block".
At a Turkish bath in Bagdad the water Is
drawn by a bullock on the roof.
SAND COMPANY SUES CITY
Litigation Caused by Property Own
ers Protest Against Assessment.
lex Cream delivered ' m n
the city. Phone Washington Cream Co.
Wiu Stu Mr Home on Mt Scott line
at sacrltice. Tabor 89.
Can the city be forced to pay con
tractors when property-owners Inter
ested in a special improvement attack
This is the Question raised bv a an it
filed in Circuit Court yesterday by the
Star Sand Company against the City of
Portland. The company holds a warrant
for J1581.16, issued July 22. 1908, and
directed against the special fund for
the improvement of Page street, be
tween Albina avenue and Ross street,
for which the Star Sand Company fur
nished materials of the value of
It is alleged that the ordinance as
sessing the property in the improve
ment district did not provide a special
CUT GLASS AND
Extraordinary Removal Sale reductions now
prevail in all departments of the Felden
heimer store. On special display are odd
sets and individual pieces of silverware, and
exclusive and original patterns in cut glass
pieces for the table. Many of these patterns
will be discontinued in the new store, and
are priced for quick sale.
Now on Display in the Windows
283-285 Washington St., Bet. 4th and 5th
CHANGE OF TIME
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY. AUG. 10, 1913
LEAVE SECOND AND STARK STS.
FOR LIXJiTOJf-Daily. 9:10 A. M.,
11:20 A. M.. 2:15 P. M., 4:10 P. M.,
7:45 P. M., 11:35 P. M.; also 10 P.
M. Saturdays and Sundays.
FOR BURLINGTON Daily 6:15 A.
M.. 7:30 A.M.. 3:05 P.M., S:10 P.M.;
also 9:10 A.M., 11:20 A. M. and
2:15 P. M. Sundays.
FOR. WII.KESBORO Daily, 8:10 A.
M., 10-rlO A. M., 1:05 P.M. and 6:10
LEAVE WILKESBORO Daily, 6:25
A.M. 11:05 A.M.. 1:16 P.M. and
4:20 P. M.
LEAVE BURLINGTON Daily, 7:55
A.M., 9:05 A. M., 4:05 P. Ml and
6:15 P.M.; also 10:15 A.M.. 1:10
P.M. and 3:12 P. M, Sundays.
LEAVE LINNTON Daily, 12:15 A.
M-. 6:15 A. M.. 10:28 A. M., 1:25 P.
M., 3:25 P.M., 4:55 P.M., 7 P. M..
10:50 P.M.; also 9:15 P.M. Satur
days and Sundays.
Daily except Sunday. Trains make
all Intermediate stops.
W. C. Wilkes,
Asst. Gen 1 Frt. and Pass. Agi
R II. Crosier,
Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Waahing-ton Street. Cor. Twelfth.
CHARLES H. ROWLEY, M:r.
$1.00, $1.50. $2.00 Per Day
With Bath Privilege.
$1.50. $2.00. $2.50 Per Day
With Privat Bath.
Sams Rate for One or Two Persons.
150 outside Rooms. Both Telephones.
Fireproof. Modern. First-class. Take a
Depot car to Washington street and
tranBfer. Get off at Twelfth and Wash
ington. SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH
Shortest Ocean Passage to Europ
Lesa than four days at aea two dava on th fit. T.r,
renoo Kiver. Canadlmi Pacific Atlantic Km-pi-wees
tail from Quebec other excellent steamen
Irom Montreal Ask about Mediterranean aerrios.
Eetcriptive books and all information irom
FKAK K. juiOiauA, Lentrrai afeDt
Corner Third and line .. Portland. Or.
Jr Ask Any Ticket Agent.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
TS rDWVSflVU CREAMERY tO
Your Dealer WJl
Supply You With
If you ask for it. Be
sure to order it the next
time you need butter.
It's really very good.
T. S. Townsend
Makers of the Famous
White Clover Ice Cream.
Sunday, dinner at the
Imperial is really a de
lightful little vacation
all by itself. The pleas
ant music,, the well
cooked food and the in
comparable ' service in-"
sure for you a real
Table d'Hote Dinner,
Under New Management
Best of Service at Season
2d Floor Northwest Bldg.
University of Oregon
Department of Medicine
Chartered by Resents 1887.
Rate a as Class "A" school by the Council
of Education of th American Medical Asso
ciation. Twenty-seventh annual session opens Oc
tober 1, 1913.
Curriculum A course of four veara du-
' ration, of eight and a half months each.
leaning to the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
Requirements of Admission A successful
ly completed approved high school course,
and in addition one year of university work
embracing chemistry, biology, physics and
German or French.
Laboratory Facilities Ample facilities for
practical technical training in the depart
ments of anatomy, physiology, pathology
and bacteriology, chemistry and pharmacol
ogy under full time professors and instruc
tors. Clinical Advantages The large city hos
pitals. Including the Good Samaritan. St.
Vincent's and the Multnomah Hospital offer
excellent facilities for clinical teaching, and
the Portland Free Dispensary in North Port
land and the Neighborhood House Dispensary
In South Portland conducted under the au
spices of the Universitv of Orernn offr
clal facilities for practical teaching, classes
being divided into small groups with a view
to more individual instruction. Opportunities
for internships in the various hospitals are
orierea to graduates or this school.
For catalogue and particulars address Dr.
Kenneth A. J. Mackenzie, Dean, Medical
Department, University of Oregon, 23d and
Lovrjoy streets, roniana, or.
Marlborough School for Girls Over Fourteen
S65 West 23d Street. Iab Angeles, Cali
fornia. 26th Year Opens Sep
OUT-OF-DOORS STUDY Gymnasium
Tennis. etc. CERTIFICATE admits
WITHOUT EXAMINATION to TVel'es
ley. Vassar, Mt. Holyoke. Smith. Berke
ley and Stanford.
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE COL
LEGE WORK ; special courses In m
SEATURK, lilSTORY OF ART, ETC.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASSES. LIM
ITED TO 5 EACH. Work In prettily
furnished family kitchen- and dining
room Sewlnp, millinery, etc
MUSIC DEPARTMENT In charr j of
MR. WALDO F. CHASE.
MRS. GEO. A. CASWELL. MIS3
GRACE WILTSHIRE. B. L.. principals.
For catalogue and information address
Secretary Marlborough School.
Seattle College and Seminary
A Christian, coeducational day and
boarding school of recognized standing.
Twenty-first year opens September 10,
1913. Grades, college work, special col
lege preparatory courses, with grammar
and primary departments. Special
courses in music, art and elocution. A
strong faculty of fourteen up-to-date
instructors. Four modern, well-equipped
buildings on a picturesque campus. Best
moral and social influences. For partic
ulars, for catalogue address
ALEXANDER BEERS, President,
Station k, Seattle, Wash.
University of Oregon
Fall term ooens Srnfimhi n
Course of three years, leading to "degree of
LL. B. and embracing 2u branches of the
law. including moot court and rihyi mnri.
Candidates prepared especially for admission
iu unr. r acuity or, seventeen instructors. Lo
cated In heart of city. Adjacent to courts.
For catalogue giving entrance- requirements
and full Information aftdrs T U'nli. i
lard. Secretary. 214 Central Bldg., Portland.
ZV9'i-Co"dctc'' y tbc SISTERS CF THE HOLY
NAMES OF JEStS AND MARY. Cr-al. J.u d
MUhm Ceunw,. Muic Art, Elocution and Ccmwr
lial Oepa. 4tt mnd Day Studmtt. Ren tied Moral and
Intellectual Traininr. Writ- forAnnocix-ement. Add real
uster svretiox. si. m.; au, p,imj
St. Helens Hall
Portland , Osbgos
Resident and Day School for Girls
In ehtrmof Sfstra nf StTi-ibn RurvHirt fVnlwnnaii
CoUasiats, Academic and Elementary Dapuinwtt,
Huie, Art, Elocution, Domestic Art. Dotouuc gdaoa,
eyxnaasitLm. For caxalog address
THE SISTER SCTPERIOH. Office 18
6u .Helena Sail
A STRONG faculty of
tested teachers, -who
are the companions of the
boys, is the backbone of
the strength of De Koven
Lads thoroughly pre
pared for business or for
admission to college or
the" Government schools.
Placed where mental
and moral wholesomeness
are possible, De Koven en
sourages manly contests.
Summer camp now open.
For catalogue write D.
S. Pulford, A. M., Princi
pal, South Tacoma, Wash.
Twenty-fifth Year Opens September IS.
Oifica Hours July and August,
9 to 13 Daily.
Fits boys and girls for Eastern and
Western colleges. Well equipped lab
oratories in Ciiemistry and Physics. A
Gymnasium in charge of a skilled
director. Field and Track Athletics.
The Academy Includes a primary and
grammar school which receives boys
and girls as young as six, and does the
work of the grades In seven years.
Emphasis on essentials. Physical train
ing and free play in Gymnasium and
All departments In charge of thor
oughly qualified and experienced teach
ers. Catalogue on application.
Thirteenth and Montgomery.
Miss Catlin's Bearding
and Day School
Opens its third year September 17. Pre
pares for Eastern schools and colleges. Pri
mary and Intermediate departments. Mon
tesaorl department for little children. Spe
cial primary for boys. Courses In art, music
and dramatic work. Open to visitors durlng
Summer at 161 North Twenty-third street,
A Select Non-Sectarian Boarding and Day School
tor Boys. Military Diieinlin- 1... t.
Teachers. Careful supervision secures results that
re not attained elsewhere. Send for catalos.
Miss Blanchard's School
2315 Sacramento Street, San F-ranclseo.
nome ana aay scnool ror girls. Num
ber of house pupils limited. Upper and
. . m v. i. ucneiai, college pre
paratory and Special Courses, Music
and Art. Fall term opens September
18. 1913. For catalogue address
MISS ELISABETH BLAXCHARD.
MANZANITA HALL x"Je
Next term opens Aug. 26. 1913. For cats.
weuvi n i-i bjji;iuc iniormation address
. i. suuuu. Head master.
Accredited to Collerer Grammar A Primary
Grides. Twelfth year - Ads, 2S. 1911.
Statistics of "accident a In th
1CM2 show that one aviator in irtna4
during th j-car. The United States hecda
tne H-it with 4 deaths out of 300 aviator.
Germany o4 deaths among 1500 pilota and
France 73 deaths among ,:0AO fliers Th
total number of aviators U given at 5300.