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rmE MOItNTXG OREGOXIAN. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Prlnt!n-Room Mlo 707O. A SOSS
City Circulation Main 7070. A09S
lUudll Editor Main T070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A. 03
Composln-Roora Main 7070, A 60S
Superintendent Bullfllnr. -" WO. A 604
ORPRETJM THEATER (Broawwar ana Tay
lor! Vaudeville. Thi aliernooa at 2:15
and ton. mt at 8:15
PANT AGE 3 THEATER (Broadway and Al
der) Vaudeville. This afternoon at 2:15
and ton:(bt at 7:SU and 9.
Empress THEATER (Broadway and Tam
niu) Vandevilie. Tbia afternoon at 3:15
and tonight at 7:30 and 8.
I.TRIC THEATER (Fnnrlh and Stark
Atusieal comedy, "ii aloney's Weddinx.
This afternoon at 2:13 an dtonlgbt at
1:10 to 10:e5 o'clock.
PEOPLE'S, STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT,
TIVOLI AND CRYSTAL First-run pic
ture. 11 A. M. to 12 P. M.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Sixth and Wssh
lnston -Continuous tlrat-rua picture
Irom 11 A. II.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Wash-
intto-i) Continuous first-run motion p.c-
OAKS AVTTKrvffNT T A R IT rra from
First and Aider) Royal Italian Band and
vaudeville. Afternoon at 2:30; evenings
at a P. M.
RECP.EATIOM PARK (Twenty-fourth and
vaugon) Baseball. Portland vs. ao
seiea Tftla afternoon at :ao.
ORECOMA5 AT hKSORTS.
For quickest delivery of The Ore
ironlan at Summer resorts subscrlbj
through the following agents, city
rates. Subscriptiona by mall ar
payable In advance. ,
Bar View, Or E- F. Jaekaon
Bay C1t. Or Bf. J. Miller
Bar Ocean. Or.. ..M. A. Shirley. Jr.
Brightoat Beach, or. . . J. A. Baldwin
Carson. Waah. . .Shepherd' Spring
Casradia, Or. .. .G. M. Geiaendorle
Garibaldi, Or C F. Alexander
Loaf Beach, Waah Frank Hochfleld
MaaaanKa Beach, Or. Emll G. Kardell
Naheotta. Waah J. H. Bmn
Newport. Or George Sylveater
Oeeaa Park. TV ash... D. IS. Beeeher
Rockaway Beach, Or. ..Frank MUlcr
Rockaway Beach. Or..-.F. IL. WllViaa
tU Martina Spring-, Waah
Mrs. N. St. Martla
Seaalde, Or Clark Strattoa
Seavlcw, Wash.. Constable APntaam
Tillamook. Or J. S. Lamar
Wheeler, Or R. H. Cady
WUhoit, Or F. W. McLeraa
GRirma Talks Temperance. Mrs.
M. E. Pugh. superintendent of railroad
work, had charge of the programme at
a, meeting of the Central Women's
Christian Temperance Union Wednes
day. She Introduced Mr. Griffith, presi
dent of the Portland, Railway, Light &
Power Company, who gave a talk. He
emphasized the business basis of the
temperance reform, and stated that no
employe who Indulges In Intoxicants is
retained by his company. He told of
the efforts of his company for the
uplift of Its employes. Mrs. Push spoke
of the need of the men for a rest Sun
day. Mrs. Ada Long also spoke. Mrs.
M. L. Hidden will entertain next week.
Special, Sundat Excursion. A special
excursion to Oresham and the location
of the new Beaver State Automobile
factory, on the Mount Hood line, will
leave First and Alder streets. 1:30 P. M.,
Sunday, returning at 6:30. Fine quarter
acre home sites for factory employes
and excellent Investment property near
factory locations will be shown. The
excursion has been arranged by the
TJmbdenstock Larson Co. Tickets are
25 cents, on sale only at 286 Oak street.
Positively no tickets sold on train. You
may get seats on train by 1 o'clock at
First and Stark streets siding.
Milk Show Fcmu Contributed. O.
M. Plummer. chairman of the finance
committee, appointed to solicit funds
from the public for the expenses
attendant upon the Pure Milk. Show,
which will be given under auspices of
the City Health Bureau, already has re-'
celved several contributions and Is
awaiting more. It Is asserted that no
money can be given to better purpose
than to educate housewives In the mat
ter of pure milk. Chairman Plummer
committee will meet thla afternoon In
the City Hall.
Commissioners Will Attxxd. Com'
missioners Delck and Daly will attend
a meeting ol the Kobs City Park Ira
provement League tonight at 8 o'clock,
at Metcalf f Hall, corner Sandy boule
vard and Fifty-fourth street. The peo
ple of the Rose City Park section will
present the needs of that portion of
the city to the Commissioners and they
will address the meeting on the gen
era! subjects of interest to that grow
ing suburb. Everybody 1 cordially In
Metschan to Undergo Operation.
Otto Metschan. one f the stockholders
or the imperial Hotel company, was
taken to Oood Samaritan Hospital last
night to undergo an operation for ap
pendicitis. Drs. Homer I. Keeney and
A. tL Kockey will perform the opera'
tion. Mr. Metschan was seized with an
attack at his home In the Rosefriend
Apartments, Broadway and Jefferson
street, Sunday night.
Rev. Mr. Montoovxrt Returns Sep
tember 15. In a letter to Walter
Johnson, of this city, a personal Triend,
Rev. Andrew J. Montgomery, who has
accepted a call to become superin
tendent of church extensions In the
Portland Presbytery district, writes
that ha will arrive In Portland from
Chicago September IS, -and enter at
once on hi duties.
Charles Wakrpield' Funeral Held.
The funeral of Charles Wakefield,
wno was accidentally killed on Mon
day, was held yesterday at the Dun
ning undertaking parlors. The service
was attended by a large number of
xnends and associates. Mr. Waka
Held was the son of Robert Wakefield,
a contractor. The floral offerings -were
in great numoer.
Ernest Wallace Funeral Is Fridat.
The funeral of Ernest Russell Wal
lace will be held Friday at I P. M.
from Dunning" chapel, 414 East Alder
street, and the Interment will be made
in Mount Scott Cemetery. This young
man was connected with prominent
people in England and was the nephew
of Sir William Wallace.
Miss Southwick Will Speak. An
open meeting of the Consumers' Uim.
will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock
at the loung omen i Christian As
sociation, miss Clara Bouthwlck, of
.Boston, win give an address on the
league label and its importance to the
For Sals. Dental -practle In town of
Iiruu, nne xarming country, all electric
equipped; this proposition will stand
closest Investigation. Reason for sell
ing. AV 131. Oregonlan.
For Sale. A 45-horsepower, 650-voIt
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.
For Sale. One 115-volt, direct
current generator, complete with field
rheostat, ammeter and circuit breaker.
This machine Is In good repair. Ad
dress room 203 Oregonlan bldg.
For Bale. A 40-K. W, SOO-volt,
Crocker-Wreeler generator, complete
with field rheostat and circuit breaker.
In good condition. Address room 203
Dr. J. s. Moors has returned from
bis vacation and may be found after
noons at his offices In Medical bldg.
For Rent. Madame Bauer's home,
KS North 19th st. Main 2518.
Ice Creak delivered to all parts of
the city. Phone Washington Cream Co.
Dr. Coma T. Cat-bet returned.
Dr. Ksavp; Selllng-Hlrsch bldg.
CrviL Skrvtcb Exam Dates Set.
The United States Civil Service Com
mission announce that on September
15, the following examinations will be
held In this city: Entomological as
sistant (male) for position in the
bureau of entomology. Department of
Agriculture at 12250 per annum, elec
trometallurerist (male) for position In
the bureau of mines. Department of
the Interior, from $1800 to 13000 a year.
On September 17, examiner of surveys
(male) for nosltion In the Forest Serv
Ice, Department of Agriculture from
$1200 to $1500 a year. Pressfeeder for
position In the Government Printing
Office from 25 to 27 14 cent an hour
(eight hours constituting a day's
work). PreDarator of textiles (female)
for position In the National Museum,
Washington, D. at J6 per montn.
Record examiner (male) in the Depart
ment of Agriculture from $1500 to
$1800 a year and assistant In botanical
laboratory work (male) In the bureau
of plant industry, yepwuucm vi ash
culture at $1600 per year. On Septenv
ber 17-18. 1913, assistant engineer In
forest product (male) for position In
Forest Service at MaOlson. Wis., from
$1200 to $1500 and preparator In ento
mology for position In the bureau of
entomology. Department of Agricul
ture at $60 a month.. Persons desiring
to , compete In these examinations
should apply to Z-.'X. Leigh, Fostoffice
Mazamas Will Resume Local Walks.
The Mazamas' will resume their local
walks next Saturday and Sunday by
week-end outing. The members will
leave over the Southern Paclflo from,
the Jefferson-etreet depot at 4 P.' M.
and 6:45 P. M., Saturday, and will go
to Springbrook. From there they will
go to the farm of E. W. Burke, a mile
and a half out, where they will camp
for the night and have a country dance.
On Sunday they will take a walk along
the high ridge for a few miles, from
which beautiful views are obtainable.
and will strike the railroad again at
Sherwood for the return to Portland.
Persons desiring more detailed Infor
mation should call on C E Woodworth
at the Ladd & Tilton Bank.
Unclb Sam Seeks $4500 Man. The
United States Civil Service Commis
sion announces that on September 15,
1913, the following examination will be
held in this city: Professor of phar
macology (male) for position In the
hygienic laboratory, public health serv
ice, Washington. D. C. at about $4500 a
year. On September 17, statistical clerk
for position In the Departmental Serv
Lflce at Washington, D. C. from 30 to
$1200 per annum. Persons desiring to
compete In these examinations, should
apply to Z. A. Leigh, Fostoffice De
Union to Meet Fridat. Wlllard
Union will hold an all-day meeting
Friday at the home of Mrs. Gillette,
1200 Jarrett street, corner of Twenty-
second, Mrs. Stark will have charge
of the programme. Rev. Mr. Thomas,
of the Woodlawn Methodist Episcopal
Church, and others will speak. A
basket lunch will be served.
Purs Milk Meetino Is Tod at. The
Joint committee meeting to be held
at the City Hall, Council Chambers, at
11 A. M. today, is open to all who are
Interested In pure milk. All committee
members and the public are urged to
Man grows all the fonder of horse
back riding from practice. He Is
happy when riding for there Is neither
room' or time for sad thoughts. Ride
at Kramer's Riding School, where the
environments are most pleasing. Six
teenth and Jefferson streets.
Earlt Crawford Peaches, direct from
our Ashland peach farm, for putting up
and also highest grade for table use.
H. Jennlng & Sons. Telephone Main
319, Home A 1230.
Dr. Wic. G. Keller, of 608 Taylor
st, has returned from a two weeks'
vacation In California.
Orncs for doctor and family. A
Duck Shoottno Places for two.
Particulars, 318 Worcester bldg.
Dr. A. C. Tucker, dentist, has re
turned; 611 Oregonlan bldg.
Baltimore Dairy Luncheons are the re
sorts of the most exacting pebple at
lunch time. Whether It is a salad or a
more substantial meal, they get it, and
the absolute cleanliness of everything
Is an assured fact. Watson' Five are
popular because they supply the best,
and because they are conveniently lo
cated. Look for the name Baltimore.
GEARHART 'BY- THE -SEA"
Oregon' best ocean resort. Go down
and spend a week, and you will want a
Summer home. Lot $200- and up.
Terms 10 per cent down and S per cent
a month. Special building discount to
this season's purchasers. For full par
ticulars call at 100 Fourth street.
Portland. Phones, Main 1293. A 7268.
WHAT JO EAT
the subject of the free Bible
it the Tent Tabernacle, Thir
teenth and Morrison, tonight at 8 sharp.
SIX TONS HIAWATHA FREE!
by guessing weight of Edlefsen's large
block, coal at Meier A Frank's.
D. M. WATSON RESTAURANT,
108 Fifth St.. Perking Hotel Block.
Oregon Is a Logical State for the
Operation of a Superior Life
. Insurance Company
'That the company is not a stock-selling
scheme and is
1st. Founded on sound principles, as a
2d. Started right.
3d. Conducted right and by men of ex
4th. Does business exclusively in
. healthful Oregon. "
pany which answers all of the above requirements.
Discriminating Buyers Give Us Preference
Horns Office, Corbett JSuIlding, Fifth and Morrison, Portland.
A. L. MILLS - L. SAMUEL ' O. S. SAMUEL
President General Manager Assistant Manager
T r "Y- an
JjClOrC I OU algTl any
1 '- ma
FREE FUN PROMISED
Nine Hundred Homeless Chil
dren to Be Oaks' Guests.
BIG MEAL IS INCLUDED
Traction Company and Mr. Cordray
Give Park anil' Cars, Concession
aires Will Open Places Wide
and Merchant Send Food. "
Nine hundred children from the vari
ous charitable organization in Port
land will have the opportunity of be
coming epicureans at the "Happyland"
garden party to be given today at the
Oaks Amustment Park by Franklin. T.
Griffith, president of the Portland Rail
way, Light and Power Company, and
John F. Cordray, manager of the Oaks.
The youngster are to feed on the
best there Is and business firms of
Portland have sent out to the Oaks
their best in the food line.
R. K. Lee, manager of the Swift
Packing Company, heard of the picnic
"Orphan children?'' he queried. "That
means we must send them the best
grade we have."
So Swift A Co. are sending their best
grade of hams. President Colt of the
Union Meat Company delivered some of
his most choice brands. Manager Mack
Un, of the Cudahy Packing Company,
and Jones' market did the same.
Great Variety Received.
The youngsters will have the oppor
tunity of settling In their own minds
Just what brand they prefer, knowing
Uiey are getting the best In each case.
The Royal Bakery, through Manager
Heusner, sent out a wagonload of
bread. Other bread donor were Haynes'
Vegetarian Bakery and the United
Armour Packing Company donated
salmon. The Damascus Creamery pre
sented all the butter required. The
Paclflo Paper Company gave paper
Case of cake and cookies have been
sent by Allen & Lewis, the Independent
Cracker Company and the Paclflo Coast
Ice-cream comes from the Weather
ley Ice-Cream Company and Donnelly
Brothers, owners of the Ice-cream con.
cession at the Oaks. Aldon Candy Com
pany and the' Ideal Candy Company
willingly catered to the children's col
lective "sweet tooth."
Unlimited "pop" will be served.
The catering arrangement were
made through the courtesy of Manager
Barnes, of the Oaks Tavern, who has
donated the service of his chefs and
staff in serving the immense meal.
Barnes Proaalsea Plenty.
"I want to see every child leave the
Oaks Just simply 'stuffed.'" said Mr.
Barnes, "and they must eat u out of
house and horn before they shall want
for a bite."
Mr. Barnes, Incidentally, provided a
large quantity of pastry from his
C T. Zlrkle will give a souvenir from
his notions counter to every child in
Every concessionaire has donated bis
amusement place and the children will
visit each as often as they desire.
Mrs. Jones will be hostess at the Old
Mill and the roller-skating rink; Alex,
ander and Barnard at the Barrel at
Fun; the Tickler Company at the at
traction of that name; William Bath, at
the House of Mirth; Ira Bhellenberger
at the Blue Streak and C. L. Salisbury
at the Carousal or Merry-go-round.
The United Amusement Company do.
nates the balance of the concessions.
Including the Chute. Joy Wheel, Jail
Mayor to Be Present.
Mayor Albee has announced that he
will say a word to the youngster rn
the middle of the vaudeville programme
and Immediately after the programme
the children will be carried to town so
that the Portland Railway, Light &
Power Company can send them home
before the evening rush.
The lunch will be served at t o'clock
on the lawns, after the children bav
worked up an appetite on tun.
Manager U RuzzU of Ruzzt's Orches
tra, has secured a number of rollicking
children's tunes to play, and "Tiney
Snyder will sine- a song for children.
Viola'a circus will show specially for
them, so will Punch and Judy.
Everyone concerned has . Joined to
make the day the greatest for-chlldren
that Portland has ever known.
AUTHOR IN REED FACULTY
Miss Josephine Hammond to Give
Education and English Courses.
Miss Josephine Hammond ha been
added to the faculty of Reed College.
She is a graduate of Boston Normal
School and of Columbia University. 6he
has been for some year head of the
department of English of the Girls'
I High School of Practical Arts in Bos-
Is the only life
application lor Life Insurance in
other company, exam- frrnmT:fM
we superior aervice ol yjivciu fiy
When it is tied up
in property in
volved in expensive
yourself before you
buy by insisting
upon a GUARAN
CATE OF TITLE.
Investigate. Call for
booklet. Title &
Trust Company, 4th
and Oak Sts.
We also issue Title
ton. She Is the author of "Bvery-
has been received with (treat favor In
Boston, New York and Washington.
Miss Hammond will give a course In
.jt.a.lAn an4 a prnina In lne-Huh lit
erature the coming- year at Reed Col
lege. She will be chairman of the
faculty committee on oramatics.
. , CARD OF THINKS.
We wish to express our thank 'to
the many friends who so kindly as
sisted during- the late Illness and death
of our beloved mother.
(Signed) MR. & MRS. T. U. PETERS,
R. DANIEL. BOONE,
MRS. F. L WHITE.
Be Rood and you will be happy, tin
less there are some bad one bothering
Sight now is your opportu
nity to secure the World's
Best Makes at a saving of
$100 to $250
We also have some special
bargains in used pianos,
ranging in price from $85 to
$198. $10 down, $6 or more
388 Morrison St
Opposite Olds, Woxtman &
The Family Jewels
Nearly every family has its old jewels. "Why not
have them remounted, in new designs, for someone
to enjoy t
We have special facilities for remounting of gems
in New French platinum and np-to-date mountings.
Special ideas and designs gladly submitted.
Jewelry af nalltr
Est. Over 40 Year.
A Message From the Store of Quality
Portland's Exclusive Handlers of
"EVEBTTBING GOOD TO EAT"
LMAYER & CO.
"Portland's Oldest and Best Grocers."
143 Third Street. - A 4432. Main 943X
WE HAVE INSTALLED AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
Thus improving our already quick delivery over each route.
. x WE DELIVER TO
Portland and Kings Heights, Daily, at 10 :30 A. 11 and 2:30 P. M.
East Portland aad Suburb. Daily, at 10:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M.
North, South Portland, 8:30 and 11 A. IL, 2:30 and 4:30 P. M.
Give ns a chance to cater to you and give
you the service you have been looking for.
WE OTTER Y0D" TOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Crosse & Black-well's Lucca Oil regular 85c bottle 80s
Kingsford'a Gloss Starch, 6-lb. boxes, regular 65c a box. .55
Shaker Salt, three packages for 25?
Cliquot Club Ginger Ale, a dozen S1.65
O. P. S. Rye or Bourbon, full quarts, 7 years old, bottle, S51.50
0. P. S. Rye or Bourbon, per case $16.50
OUR FIRST MAGDEBURG STYLE 1913 DILL PICKLES are
ready. We offer you this Quality Pickle at So a dot en.
VISIT OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
And make your selections of Cooked and Cold Meats, Cheese,
Smoked Salmon, Imported Specialties, for your "Hot Days
Luncheon" or week-end outing.
Bezitr Boneless Sardines have arrived.
A nw shipment of Jordan' Smithfield Virginia. Hams we
offer at 40 a pound.
."TRY US TOR SERVICE"
Offer omethin; new In the
art of motion pictures Some
thing; extraordinary almost In
conceivable. Secured at great expense.
The International Mechanical
Motion Picture Company, In
whose presentation of scientific
and educational plotures a
Company of 24
There is a large company of
The picture transport you to
the spot they are taken.
Stag effects are inconceiv
these warm afternoons
if you enjoy the well
served cold luncheon
The food and the serv
ice combine to please
Washlaartoa Street. Coraer lit a.
Mala 5081 Pheaes A. 621.
CHAS. H. ROWLEY. Mar.
Rate per month, one or two
persona In same room, $16 to $3S
per month with bath privilege,
130 to $45 per month with pri
vate bath, $50 to $76 per month,
for two room with bath be
tween. SPECIAL RATES FEB WEEK
REASONABLE RATES PER DAT
FOOK SANG & CO.
rt Flaw St, fartlaad, Orim. Phrae A $77.
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Also (old bracslvta. signet t4nga and Ws'l
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Ordora promptly ozscutsd and sane prepaid
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University of Oregon
Department of Medicine
Chartered bj Recent. 18ST.
Rated as Class "A school by ths Conndl
of Education of th American Medical J-sso-clatloat.
Twenty --eve nth annual session ens Oc
tober 1, Ills.
Curriculum A eonrse of four years' du
ration, of ei.ht and a half months each,
leadlnar to the decree of Doctor of Medicine.
Requirements of Admission A snooessfal
ly completed approved nln 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, pat lio logy
and bacteriology, cnemis try ana pn arm ecol
ogy under full time professors and Instruc
tor. Clinical Advantage 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
plces of the University of Oregon offer spe
cial 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
offered to graduates oz tnis scnooi.
Vnr iislns no and BSIcwlmrs address Dr.
Departmesit, University of Oregon, 23d and
Lovejoy streets, rortiana, w
A eplendld boarding- and day
school for younr men and boy.
High school ana college course.
Grammar grade taught to boy
over eleven year.
School Opens September 9.
Her. Joseph Gallagher. O. B. C
Freatdeat. School f tae
Winter term begin October .
CLASSES In Life Drawing and
Painting; Elementary Drawing and
Painting: Illustrations; Composi
tion: Sketch; Modeling; Design,
Weaving. Wood-Carving. Special
Saturday and Evening Classes.
For circular apply Museum of Art.
Fifth and Taylor.
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Christian Brothers Business College
Portland. Orea-ea. Monthlr reports of stu-
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Grammar arades and commercial eoursss.
Graduates suaranteed positions. Limited
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Beautiful location, spa
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Tweaty-Ortk Year Osess September 13.
. OIIlco Hours July and August
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Fits boy and girls for Eastern and
Western colleges. Well equipped lab
oratories In Chemistry and Physics. A
Gymnasium In charge of a skilled
director. Field and Track Athletic.
The Academy Includes a primary and
grammar school which receives boys
and girls as young a six, and does the
work of the grade In seven year.
Emphasis on essentials. Physical train
ing and free play la Gymnasium and
All departments In charge of thor
oughly qualified and experienced teach
ers. Catalogue on application.
Thirteenth and Montgomery.
t . . r
K vRoroagh School for Girts Over fourteen
SSo West tsd Street. Jjoo Aarelee. Oab
forala. Ettth Year Opens bop.
tember SOth. .
OTJT-OF-DOOKS STUDY On anaslnm .
Tennis, etc- CERTIFICATE admits
WITHOUT EXAMINATION to Welloo
ler, Vassar, Mt. Holyoks, Smith, Berke
ley and Stanford.
FRESHMAN ANT) SOPEOMORJ COI
LEGE WORK; special courses In LIT
ERATURE. HISTORY OF ART, ETC
DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASSES. LTtt
ITED TO 6 EACH. Work In prettily
furnished family kitchen and dining
room Sewing, millinery, ete.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT la chars of
MR. WAXDO V. CHASE.
MRS. GEO. A. CASWELU MISS
ORACB WILTSHIRE, B. L- Prlnelpala
For eataloans and Informs tion. address
Secretary Marlborough School.
University of Oregon
Fall term oDeaa Sep tern ur 22. 1 fil 8.
Courn of threa year, lemdjnrf to deffr of
ulo, n. ana emoraciov orancnes oi tnm
law. Including moot court and dKattA rnr)r
Candidates prepared eapeclailjr for admlaslon
to bar. Faculty of aeventeen instructor. .Lo
cated In heart of city. Adjacent to courts.
For cataloruo ff.vlnf entranca, requirements
and full Information address x. Walter
lmrd. feecrgteary. U Central Bldg., Fort land.
Miss Catlin's Boarding
and Day School
Opna Its third year Bsptambsr IT. Fra
paros for Eastern schools and collet eat, Pri
mary and tntsrmadtata departments. Mob
teasort department for little children. Spe
cial primary for boya. Courses in art, muslo
and dramatic work. Open to visitors during
Summer at ltl .North Twenty-third street.
Miss Blan chard's School
2315 Sacra mem t Street. Su Fraacrlsces.
Horn and &m.v school fop arlrla. Num
ber Of house pupils limited. Upper and
Lower School. General, College Pre
paratory and lDeclal Courses. Musi a
and Art. Fall term opens September
18, 111. For (catalogue address
MISS ELISABETH B LAX C HARD.
PreDares for colleaa or technical schooL
Next term opens Aug. 2S. 1913. Forcaia.
loaru ana spectr.c intormation addrea
w. A, SHCDn. Head Maatnv
f fl" ' j, m. mup .j"
Assrcsfieei ts CeDtes Grsassr a sMbultt
Cfssss. Twcma year - Aoft. 21, 1911.
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