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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Mala 7070. A SOW
ORPHETM THEATER (Broaaway ana Tay-
lor Vaod.viU.. Tula afternoon at J.U
and lonisht at 8:16.
tiKTincs THEATER (Broadway and Ai
7l?udvW., ,T" aftarnooa at S:1S
and tonilht at 7:80 and .
EMPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Tarn-
hll Vmudovlli. Thla afternoon at 2.15
ind tonight at 70 and 8.
tx-ntr THEATER Fonra and Stark)
This afternoon at 3:1 an d tonilht at
e:3U to 10:45 o'clock.
PEOPLE'S. STAR, ARCADE. OH JOT.
IIVOU AND CRYSTAI First-run pic
tures. 11 A. M. to 12 P. M.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Sixth and Waah-
lnton) Contlnuoua firat-rua . plctoroa
from 11 A. la.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and w'!
lnatoi) Contlnuoua first-run motion bio-
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Car. from
Firat and Aidr Royal Italian
vaudeville. Attarnoona at 2:S0: evenlM
at P. at. ,
KBCP.EATIOX PARK Tenty-fourtb ana
Vauihn) BsaebalL, Portland vs. LO "
galea. This aitornoon aw. .-
OREGOXIA.V AT RESORTS.
payable In advance.
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Bay City. Or ? "
Bar Ooe.au Or....M. A. Skirley. Jr.
Brtchto Bear-. Or. . .J. A- Baldwin
Carsoa. Waab.. . .SkepnertTa Sprtoaa
Caaeadja, Or G. M- Gelaeartorfer
Garibaldi, Or C F. Alexander
LoBaok.Waak Frank Hochflela
M.asaalta Heacn. Or.Emll U. Kartell
Kakeotta, WHk J H- "
an port. Or George Sylveate
Oocaa Park. Waik...D. K. BeeckeT
Bwkamjr Baack, Or... Kraak Miller
Rockawiy Beach. Or. . -F. H. WllKln
St. Martina Sprlnsa. Wua
Ilia. K. St. Martin
Seaside, Or Clark Strattoa
Seavlew, AVaak. .Constable Palaw
Tlllanawok. Or J. S. Lamar
Wheeler. Or H. H. Cady
Wtlkult. Or F. W. McLeraa
' KdUCATIONAI. RBQOBST WITHDRAWN.
The Oregon Social Hygiene Association
has withdrawn its request maUe to City
Commissioner Dleck for permission to
have talka given to the children of
Portland on aex hygiene at the public
playgrounds. The permission had not
been granted as Mr. Dleck was considering-
the advisability of such an
Innovation, and the withdrawal of the
request obviates his having to make a
decision this year, at least. The reason
B-iven for the withdrawal la that the
progressed that there would not be time
to effect much benefit by giving the
outdoor lectures. The communication
Mr. Dleck la aliened by J. B. C
. .1 MA4 l.aa ul TBI.
(lakes of the society.
Oresham FiRsatEN Dbcxixb Trip.
Owing to the absence of many firemen
..-..K a TV. Wirm VaIiITiIpCT 0?OmranV
t declined the Invitation to attend the
racing meet of the Willamette Valley
Firemen's Association September 1.
Several young men applied for admis
sion at the last meeting which will be
acted on at the next meeting. A com
mlttee, composed of Edward Metzger,
Harold Kern and Arthur Lei and. was
Instructed to submit the matter of the
payment of hospital fees ana doctor
bills In case of accidents while In the
service. The firemen thought that as
they give tlrelr services free to the city
- they should be taken care of In case of
Portola Commissioner named. Mayor
Albee yesterday appointed C C. Chap
man, publicity manager of the Commer-
clal Club, as special resident commia'
sloner for the Portola Festival com
mlttee. In charge of the carnival at
Ban Francisco In October. The appoint
ment Is made on suggestion of W. D.
Mann, secretary of the Portola com
mittee, and the Mayor instructed Mr.
Chapman to do all the boosting In
Portland be can for the big southern
PATROurAir to Aid Prosecution. On
amount of the pressure of work In
cidental to the rendering of opinions
on a great mass of new legislation and
preparing suits lor tne aoaienieui oi
Vroperty used for Immoral purposes,
District Attorney Evans has procured
the loan of the services of Patrolman
B. TF. Sherwood, who will assist In
leathering evidence and summoning
Witnesses. Bherwood formerly served
In a similar capacity In the Municipal
n mm rnwvt itvi TTnvriRrTn tir-
cult Judue McGinn yesterday told
Blwood Wiles, street contractor, that
the people of a certain Rose City Park
section were there before Mr. Wiles'
rockcrusher and paving plant, which
has been complained against on the
ground that It scatters clouds of dust
through the neighborhood, and that
tmiosa ha can effect a settlement with
the complainants before next Monday
an injunction will issue.
Railroad Partt Visits City. S. D.
Roberts, general advertising agent for
the Chicago, Milwaukee at St. Paul and
& a. Abbott, of Chicago, members of
a party of Eastern men. all of them
railroaders except Mr. Abbott, who Is
an ex-rallroad man. who have been
touring the West, were visitors In the
office of John M. Scott, general pas
senger agent of the Southern Pacific,
HoasBBACK RiDDio quickly and cor
rectly taught. Habits furnished free.
Absolutely reliable and well-trained
addle horses for hire. Horses boarded
In new fireproof sanitary stable. Re
duced rates for commercial horses and
light delivery rigs. Kramer's Riding
School, 16th and Jerrerson sts.
NoTwrrHBTASDiito our serious fire on
Friday niKht. we are still serving our
many customers at our old store, 101
Oak street, and around the corner at
75 Fifth street. Commercial Club bldg.
r.ame phones. X C Smith & Broa,
Saxta Fb OmcuL W Citt. J. R.
Koontz, general freight agent of the
Santa Fe, of San Francisco, was
visitor In various Portland railway
offices yesterday. Among others he
called on was Traffic Manager Skinner,
of the North Bank llnea.
BainoB Improvements Promised. Su
perintendent Murnane announced that
a water main will be laid on Burnside
brldtre and two nre nyorants will be
placed there for Are protection. Also
he said that more lights will be pro
vlded the comfort station at each end.
For Eai-B. A 45-horsepower, SSO-volt.
Crocker-Wheeler motor, complete with
standard blade starter, no voltage re
:ase and 76-ampere over-load I-T-E
circuit break. In A-l condition. Ad
dress room SOS Oregonlan bldg.
For Sale. One 125-volU direct-
current generator, complete with field
rheostat, ammeter and circuit breaker.
Thla machine Is In good repair. Ad
dress room 201 Oregonlan bldg.
Fob Sale. A 0-K. W.. 600-volt,
Crocker-Wreeler generator, complete
with field rheostat and circuit breaker,
in good condition. Address room 201
Dr. J. S. Moore has returned from
his vacation and may be found after
noons at Ms offices In Medical bldg.
lea Cream delivered to all parts of
the city. Phone Washington Cream Co.
Dr. Gborgb F. Tdcker. dentist,
moved to Broadway bldg.
Da. Colli a F. Cathbt returned.
Pioneer Women's Funebal Held.
The funeral of Mrs. Harriet J. Nye. wife
of A. W. N'5-e. of Pendleton, who died
Friday, at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. W. C. Schultz, 327 East Ninth
street, was held yesterday from this
residence. Rev. Mr. Quinney, of the
Pendleton Episcopal Church, and Rev.
O. W. Taylor, of Grace Memorial Churrh,
Portland, officiated. The body waa
burled at Vancouver. Wash- where Mrs.
Nye lived when a girl. Mrs. Nye was
a pioneer and lived In Pendleton for 45
years, until she came to Portland
recently. She was born In Saline Coun
ty. Missouri. January 29. 1. and came
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Switzler, across the plains in 18-. set
tling first on the Oregon side of the
Columbia: River opposite Vancouver,
where she passed her childhood. She
was married to A. W. Nye November
1 1S65 and in 1868 moved to Pendle
ton. She Is survived by her husband,
two sons and two daughters Thomas
and William Nye. Mrs. W. C. Shultx. of
Portland, and Mrs. Mabel Macley, of
Oswego. J. B. Switzler, of Pendleton,
Is her brother.
Citt Laborer to Be Tried. At the
regular meeting of the City Civil Serv
ice Commission at 2 P. M. next Thurs
day the body will have to deal with the
case of C. E. Taylor, a laborer In the
employ of the Water Department who
insists on selecting his own boss. Taylor
is under charge of resenting authority
and committing other offenses. He has
been working on Fourth street. When
the trouble first was reported the Water
Department proposed to put the man
under another foreman, but Taylor
wouldn't hear of this, so now he Is to
come up for trial. ,
Eaoles Excursion and Picnic. All
members, visiting members and their
friends cordially Invited to attend
basket picnic next Sunday, August 24,
at Bonneville, given by the Fraternal
Order of Eaeles. Portland Aerie No. 4.
Eagles' special train leaves Union Depot
at 9 A. M. sharp. Tickets can oe naa at
Eagles' clubrooms, 2664 Madison street.
Schiller's cigar store. Sixth and w ati-
ngton; Jack Penny liquor store, c.asi
Morrison and Water streets, rare.
adults. 11; children, 5 to 12. 50 cents.
Further information phone Mar. 845.
Postal Savings Not Taxed. Post
master Mevers says It does not seem to
be generally known tnatoeposns in me
riostal saving bank are not taxed as are
deposits In other savings banks. While
the interest on oeposns is oniy per
cent, and on the $20 bonds 2V4 per cent,
the Postmaster considers that the lack
of taxation offsets the higher interest
of the other savings banks. Deposits
can be exchanged for bonds of $20 in
January and July.
Chief Dowell to Go East. The City
Commissioners yesterday decided to
send Fire Chief Dowell. at the city's
pincnne. to the international conven
tlon of fire chiefs' In fiew xora, Sep
tember 1 to 6. The Firemen's Band
will start Saturday, accompanied by
Battalion Chief Stevens, who will go at
the musicians' expense. A concert will
be given in Tacoma Saturday night and
stops will be made along tne way at
Ftremen's Band to Give Concert.
To complete the fund necessary to de
fray the expenses or tne r iremen a
Band on its trip to New York, to at
tend the meeting of the National Asso.
elation of Fire Chiefs, a concert will
be held tomorrow night at Council
resL No admission will be charged
but a percentage of the receipts of all
the concessions will be turned over to
the band. It is necessary to raise $1500
before the fund will be complete.
Isformatios Bureau Opens Todat.
Miss Marcla Burton today will assume
charge of the Municipal Information
Bureau In the City Hall, having been
appointed to the post by the City Com
minslonen last week. It was the in
tentlon to open the bureau yesterday
but Miss Burton was called to aiem
by the death of her mother. The place
will pay $100 a month and the office
will be on the second, floor jit the City
Robinson Waives Hearing. W. W.
Robinson, of the clothing firm of Rob
inson Co., appeared before United
States Commissioner Cannon yesterday
and waived a preliminary hearing on
the charge of having embezaled $18,000.
The receiver of the bankrupt firm
charges Robinson with having conspired
with other stockholders of the firm to
conceal assets. Robinson was held to
the grand Jury on $10,000 bond.
"Earnest Russell Wallace Dies.
The body of Earnest Russell Wallace
is at Dunning's undertaking house, 41
East Alder street He died from the
effects of a streetcar accident due to
being thrown from a car. He was 23
years old, and was a nephew of Sir
James Wallace, a prominent English
statesman. - The funeral will be held
when relatives have been heard from.
Austin's Relatives Sought. Mayor
Albee yesterday received a communi
cation from S. H. Austin, 4164 Pied
mont avenue, Oakland, aiming ior in
formation as to the relatives of the
late Sampson Austin, as welcome news
awaits them. The writer says Sampson
Austin at one time either ownea or
operated a tugboat out of Portland.
Richard I Quinlan buried. ine
funeral of Richard I Qutnlan. wno
died at Bend, Or., was held yesterday
mnrninir from the family residence. 1767
East Thirteenth street, ana ei. Agatna
Church, East Fifteenth ana Miner
ttreets. Interment was made In St.
Mary's Cemetery. Mr. Quinlan was born
Ktw York State Society to meet.
The New York State Society or Oregon
will hold Its regular monthly meeting
this evening at the Mancnester nan.
SKii Fifth street. All former New
Yorkers are cordially Invited.
Wanted. Information of Mr. Marlon
Cheatwood, rho left California about
two years ago and is proDaDiyn r-on-land
or vicinity. Address "Geo. H.," 12
North First street San Jose, CaL
fr.jtirr Crawpord Peaches, direct from
our Ashland peach farm, for putting up
and also highest grade for table use.
H. Jenning & Sons. Teiepnone Mam
S19. Home A 1230.
Dr. Knapp: Selllng-Hlrsch bldg.
Those Dreadful Heat Waves
carry off hundreds of people every
yeax in Eastern, .Middle West and
The man who insures his life in any
company which operates in those states
pays indirectly for this heavy mortality.
It is best for you to insure in
which does business only in healthful
' Oregon, where there are no heat waves;
therefore, better results for policy
Discriminating Buyers Give Us Preference
Home Office, Corbet Building,
A. L. Mills
Be T Q J
erOie I OUOlgri
Outlook; Good for Car Service.
Residents along Halsey street and the
Barr road are hoping that they will
get a carline from the Sandy boulevard
soon. The Halsey-Street Improvement
Association has been promoting this
carline for the last year, and has raised
a considerable sum of money from prop
erty owners to help pay the cost of con
struction. The subscriptions call for
the construction of this line Inside of
two vears and one year has expired. A.
R. Delano, president of the associa
tion, said yesterday that the outlook
for the carline Is better than at any
time before. It will 'be built to East
Eighty-second street and will be about
two miles long. More than $15,000 has
been subscribed toward this line and
part has been paid In. Halsey street
is being paved to Jiasx jiiiy-secon
street, which will necessitate tearing
up the pavement when the track Is put.
Swedish Jlmnxo Datb Changsd.
The Swedish Society LJnnea, Twenty-
first and Irving streets, has changed
Its meeting night from Saturday to
Wednesday. The next literary meeting
will be held Wednesday evening, Au-
iriisr. 20. and will be open to the public.
The entertainment will be In charge of
ex-residents of Gothenburg and V.ester-
To-r. Sunday afternoon, gold oroocn
pin set with small pearls and saphlrres;
return to 828 Kearney st.
FRENCH INSPECTS LINE
XORTHERX FACTFTO OFFICUX
IX PORTX.VXD OX TOCR.
New Yorker and Party Make Day.
light Trip Over Kntlre Sj stent
Amos T. French, of New York,mem-
ber of the board of directors ana a
stockholder of the Northern Pacific
Railroad. Is in Portland today on a
special trip of inspection over the
Northern Pacific system. Mr. French
and his party, which Includes his two
sons, Stuyvesant ana ,awara iuc.
rnh reell SL ueoree ana ueorge
St. George, are traveling In a special
Veaterdav Mr. French a special was
at Bend, Or, following an Inspection
of tho Oreeon Trunk L,ine into -en
tral Oregon. The Northern Pacific
owns half the stock of the Oregon
Tmnk. In the afternoon tne Dig loco
motive hauling the special brought the
train to a standstill at the Norm Bana
depot. President Young, or tne norm
Rank lines, accompanied Mr. French
n tha Central Orejcon aide trip.
Mr. French and his party were Din
ner guests of A. D. Charlton, assist
ant Mnml nassenger agent of the
Vnrthnrii Pacific at tne Anmswa
Club laat night. The party will leave
rn, Tarnma thla afternoon and from
there they will tfo by automobile to
XT n,inf Rainier.
Thla Isn't mv first trip over the
road." said Mr. French, "but it la my
first 'all-daylight trip. I want to see
every foot of our lines by daylight,
and our tlmecard Is made out with
that in view. The track we miss on
the way out we will get by daylight
"There Is no especial significance to
m trin. President Elliott naa oiten
urged me to Join him when he went
over the road, and just as I waa ready
to do so, he left us for the New Haven.
He insisted that I take his special, any
way. . ,
"I have never seen the physical
nronertlen of the road in better con
dition than at present."
Theater Managers to Pass
Up Beauty Sleep
Local Showkonse Mea Mast Rise
Early Thursday and Meet City
CommlaaionerB at StSO.
IMAGINE theatrical men getting up
at 3:30 A. M. to attend a conference!
It was the original intention to hold
the final conference on the proposed
new theatrical ordinance between
Commissioners Dleck and Daly and the
theater managers at 10 o'clock Thurs
day morning, but yesterday at the
meeting with the dock commission It
was decided to meet that body again,
and at the time formerly designated
for the theater managers. Then the
question arose when the theatrical In
terests should be heard and Commis
sioners Dieck and Blgelow set the time
for 8:30 Thursday morning.
"Eight-thirty!"1 gasped Pangle, John
son, Pierong. Keating. Flood and Cof
finberry when apprised over the tele
phone by Mr. Blgelow's secretary of the
change In time. "Eighty-thirty! Why.
we never get up as early as that."
Consternation was rife for a while,
but the Commissioners were obdurate
and then Cal Heillg s right hand man
became inspired with an idea, and he
scurried to the telephone.
"It's all right: stand for the S-.S0
game." Pangle told the other managers.
"We'll take those fellows out to a swell
breakfast. Get meT'
Thev all flrot him.
Th Tnovtnsr picture men are in on
this meeting, as well as the managers
of the big theaters and it Is expected
that a final agreement will be reached
on the ordinance.
Grain Yield Good at Dundee.
DUNDEE. Or.. Aug. 18. (Special.)
Henry Hagey'a machine finished
threshing the Fall-sown grain in this
vicinity today. The yield has been
fairly good. The best wheat averaged
Fifth and Morrison, Portland.
C. S. SAMUEL
an application for Life Insurance in
any other company, exam- rrpAjiTjf
ine the superior service of t 11C&UUUI
The terms, con
guarantee of the
Guaranteed . -Certificate
and easily un
tigate.. Call ,
Title & Trust
4th and Oak Sts.
We Also Inane Title In
surance. 30 bushels and the best oats 41 bushels
an acre. The Spring-sown grain.
which Is being harvested promises a
BONDS ARE BID IN BY CITY
All but $2000 of $223,403 for Im
provement Fund Are Taken.
The city yesterday bid In all but $2000
of $235,403.46 of street improvement
sinking fund bonds. The lesser amount
was taken by the David Campbell Me
mortal Fund at par, with 4 per cent
premium and accrued Interest to date
of delivery. The municipality's bid. put
In by City Treasurer Adams, was at
par with accrued interest.
Bids that were rejected were bylLL.
Boyd for the Lumbermen's Trust and
Savings Company: the Rosenfeld-Smlth
Company; Frank T. Dodge, for City
Commissioner Daly, and Alvln Kade.
They were for varying amounts.
The street Improvement sinking fund
amounts to about $800,000. drawing
per cent interest. The bonds are for
10 years, but probably will be redeemed
Inside of five years.
FREEDOM IS SHORTLIVED
After 4 Hours Liberty Rosle Thorn,
as Faces Vagrancy Charge.
"And I turned her loose only Satur
day with a month off for a good time
because she made herself so useful
around here," mourned Harry Grafton,
County Jailor, yesterday when he heard
that Rosle Thomas had been "pinched
by the police again on a vagrancy
The latest arrest was on Sunday
night. Barely 24 hours after Grafton
had let her go with the hope that she
would "do better from now on," Rosie
was again in the toils. She waa caught
in a South Portland lodging-nouse,
and In Municipal Court la facing
charge on which she frequently has
been a defendant before. When she
left the County Jail she had only $1.60
and nothing In sight after It was gone.
As Jailer Grafton put It. "What could
A Mesh Bag receives lots
long to find out Its real
tee goes wnn every iueau
whether German silver,
styles. Including drawstring
teen $6.50 and siouu.
Special Sterllnar Silver Vanltlr. fall le. with
card, cola anil poff holder Price 912.50.
Jewelry of ftuallty
Kat. 40 Years.
For an evening of real,
YE OREGON GRILL
Not a dull moment in
the entire programme.
Signor Pietro Marino
Eclipsing' All Other
With a new programme
of variety and
American Revue Chorus
Stunning Girls, Stun
ning Costumes, Side
All the New and Latest
Every Act a Feature
Three Performances a
During lunch, dinner
and after the theater
Co., Props. (
Chas. Wright, Pres.
M. C. Dickinson,
A suspension bridge with a man span ITOO
feet long is proposed for the Mersey River
National Special Brew
Beer lightproof bottles
40c. Deposit required on
bottles, which is returned
when they are returned. ,
A DOZEN QUARTS
Order by phone.
Main 6499 A 4499
r I7WTn afX VivS-
the poor girl dor The $1.50 bought her
a few meals and a room Saturday
night, but after that
CAR COLLISION IS AVOIDED
Dangerous Curve Xear Gresham to
By a narrow margin a serious col
lision between two automobiles was
averted Sunday at the sharp curve on
the crossroad between the Twelve-Mile
House and Gresham. Both automobiles
were filled with passengers and met
nn th curve at a good rate of speed.
their fenders grazing as they whirled"
around this curve.
This Is considered the most danger
ous curve In the county, as there Is an
elevation that shuts off the view -from
either direction, and the road is nar
The road supervisor of that district
proposes to make two roads around
this curve, so that travelers coming
north will take one road and those
going south will take the other. All
who have traveled over thla crossroad
have seen the constant danger there.
SIX TONS HIAWATHA FREE!
by guessing weight of Edlefsen's large
block coal at Meier & Frank's.
D. M. WATSON RESTAURANT.
101 Fifth St., Perkins Hotel Block. "
in Mesh Bags
of wear. It'doesnjt take
quality. A positive guaran
sterling or gold. All new
Wide variety be-
What We Say It la. It la.
We have one car in each
- of the five tuick models
for 1913 re m in ng in
Guaranteed f or-one year
with full B-iick service.
Howard Auto Co.
MEL G. JOHNSON, Mgr.
14th and Davis
St. Lawrence Rirer
r to Europe -a.
Canadian Pacific Atlantic Empresses) 8ve two
clays' delizhtful sailing on this famous river, less
than four days at enskartrst ocean tassozf. Sail
from Quebec, other excellent steamers from
Montreal Ask about new Mediterranean service.
Interesting Booklets and all information from
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same operator does not get the same result on every writing
machine. . '
The L C SMITH & BROS. Typewriter
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Here are a few reasons:
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All operations are controlled from the keyboard.
It is the lightest touch machine made.
It doe not "smut" the carbon.
The ribbon reverses automatically.
The type is so protected that it is not battered by
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It has an inbuilt biller and tabulator.
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Principal, South Tacoma,
Marlborough School far Oris Over Fonrtiea
Sftg West Z3d Street. Los Anrrlr. Cali
fornia. XSb Year Opeaa Sep
OrT-OF-DOOBS STUDY Gvmnaslnm,
Tinnla. tc CERTIFICATE adrolta
WITHOUT EXAMINATION to VVellea
ley. Vusar, Mt. Holyoke, Smith. Berke
ley and Stanford.
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE COL
LEGE? WORK: peclal courses In LIT
ERATTRK. HISTORY OF ART, ETC.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASSES. LIM
ITED TO 5 EACJI. Work In prettily
furnlahed family kitchen and oinlns
room Bewlng. millinery, etc
MUSIC DEPARTMENT In eharr of
MR. WALDO F. CHASE.
MRS. GEO. A. CASWELL. MISS
GRACE WILTSHIRE. B. L.. Prlnelpala
For catalogue and Information address
Secretary Marlboroush School.
St. Helens Hall
FOBTtAXS, OasSOS '
Resident and Day School for Girls
In oaarce of Sitters of BtJobn Baptist fEeheopal)
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THE SISTER SUPERIOR. Office IS
St. Helena Hall
Miss Catlin's Boarding
and Day School
nncii Its third year September It. Pre
pare for Eastern schools and collesea, Prl- I
mary and intermediate department. fon--I
teuorl department lor little cniioren. op
clal primary for boys. Coure in art, music
and dramatic work. Open to visitors during
Summer at 181 North Twenty-third street.
A Select Non-Sectarian Boarding and Day School
(or Bovs. Military Discipline: Small Classes; Mea
Teachers. Careful superrisioB secures results that
are not sKr'" elsewhere, oead tor catalog.
P O yr LAND, OREGON
Sat erases. Twelitk yesr-AM. 25. 1913. 3ml
Washlaittoa Street. Corner 13th.
Mala 5081 Phoaea A 0631.
CHAS. II. ROWLEY, SIxr.
Rates per month, one or two
persons In same room, $15 to I2o
per month with bath privilege.
$30 to 145 per month with pri
vate bath, ISO to 75 per month
for two rooms with bath be
tween. SI-Kt IAL RATES PER WEEK
REASONABLE RATES FEB. DAT
UAw 306 OAK STEEET ' I fill i! (I
P0ETTJUTTJ, OB, J-
and Foreign Business,
N. Y, U. S. A.
BEGINS t forty-ftfth school
DCQRCC COURSES in nl7ple,
Aaaicuvruiuc. rwautasmna. How
ECONOMICS. MWINO. rOtSTY. COsr
MCMCC riABACY. ,
TWO-YEAR COURSES In Aamciru
TVUB. MOstC ECONOMIC. MiCHaNIO
ART. ror.TKY. COMKCRCE. PHARMACY
TEACHER'S COURStS in manual
training attonltara, .mesne science
MUSIC, tecrwBag piano, string, haad
Instraauatrta aod voice cal tore.
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
"Xwm EiricBrBT RuaAL Xxn"
and a CATAWOn will be mailed free
AddxeM H. M. TnarAXT, Registrar,
tjtF'WH Corrallia. Oregon.
Tweaty-flfth Year Opeaa September li
Office Hours July and August,,
to 12 Dally.
Fits boys and grlrls for Eastern an
Western colleges. Well equipped lab
oratories In Chemistry 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 aa six. and does the
work of the grades in seven years
Emphasis on essentials. Physical train
ing and free play In Gymnasium ana
Al departments In charge of thor
oughly qualified and experienced loach
ers. Catalogue on application.
Thirteenth and Montgomery.
A splendid boarding and day
school for young men and boys.
High school and college courses.
Grammar grades taught to boys
over eleven years.
School Opens September 9.
c. s. c.
University of Oregon
Fall term opens September 22, 1918
Courso of three years, leading- to degree of
Ll B. and embracing 2U branches of tho
law. Including moot court and debate work
Candidates prepared especially for admission
to bar. Faculty of seventeen instructor a Lo
cated In heart of city. Adjacent to courts.
For catalogue giving entrance, r";10"'
it, A full Information address
a . iT
lttrtL Secretary, 214 Central Bldg.
Ft BUSINESS COLLEGE
S E 3 WA8HIMOTON AND TI.NTH ST.
1 t'-i PORTLAND, ORIOOM
ML iLii WRITE FOR CATALOG
Ttu Srhool that Placet Ton in a Good Position
"for Cirla Coadopted br tae SISTfRS OF THE HOLY
NAMES Of ItiUa u waa,. o
CUnua Cmomt. Mnsic Art. Etecmjaa sad Ccnfflcr
cl Dpt. lUtU-u mwd Dm Smnn. B eed Moral
Inteliecnul Trsiainr- Wrilr forAnncgiagmaot. Adams
MISTER SUPERIOR. Si. Mti'i jlcJmr. Fnimd
Hoove sad Day Sctkool for Cult. Accredited to colleses
East and West. Gnus mar and Primary Departments,
f oar sew baikCiifB. Enratire cround. Oux-of-kar
tody. irsrions, pbytkai traininf. sleeping frofca.
Domestic cietscc. Fail term ooesf September 8. ninstratcd
mkcrf .nhmnarios. PHnefrpal. MARY I. LOCKEY. A. B.
Prepares for college or technical school.
Next term opens Aug. 26. 1913. tor cata
logue and specific information ad areas
W. A- SHCDD. Head Uaatec.