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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 28. 1J13.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Priatlnc-Room Main 1010. A BOSS
City Circulation Main 70TO. A eoefl
Kuilllt Editor Mln TOTO. A WH
Sunday Editor Main 70TO, A 095
Compoeln-Room Main 7070. A iOM
Superintendent Bulldlm Mam 70IO. A MM
HEILIO THIATER (Hth and Morrison)
The comedy. "Keaay "
ORPHtCM THEATER tBroawwar a Tay
lor! Vaudevlila. Tbla ailarnooa. at 2:1s
ana loaignt as -
rm)LD THCATCR (Rroadwav and Tim
till) Vaudeville. Thli afternoon at 1:1 J
and tomcat at i ov us .
y-AJTTAOES THEATER (Broadway a&d A1
d.r Vaadavllie. Thu attvrnooa at S:la
ana tonigoi at i:aw ana v.
t TTr THEATER Pftnrth and StArk)
Muilcal comady. -A Nitht Out." This
afternoon at 8:15 and tonight at S:K to
-PEOPLE'S, STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT.
TIV0L1 AND CRYSTAL. FlTK-run pic
tures, 11 A. M. to 12 P. M
COLTJMBIA THEATER (Sixth and Waeh-
lafton) Contmuoua Clrat-rna plcturaa
xrm n A. AL.
GLOBS THEATER (Elevantb. and Waah-lag-toi)
Continuous nrat-run motion p'.c
turaa, riAtra ivirarvrvr pmtf fCarn from
Flrrt and Aider) Royal Italian dm
vaudeville. Arteraeena at S:0; evealna-e
at F. M.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) BasaDalL. Fortlaaa vfc
men to. Thia afternoon at Sua.
OREGOMIK AT BEIORTS.
For quickest delivery of The Ore
gonlan at Hummer resorts subsorlbe
through tho following agente. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are
payable In advance.
Bar View, Or K. F. Jackaoa
Bay dry. Or..... J. Miller
Bar Ocean. Or.. ..If. A. Shirley. Jr.
Brlghto. Beach, Or J. A. Baldwin
Carsoa. Wash. . .Shepherd's Springe
Caaeadla, Or G. M. Gelaaadorfer
Garibaldi. Or C F. Alexander
Lang Beach, Waah Prank Hochfleld
Maazaalta Reach, Or. Emll G. Kardell
Kaheotta, Wash J. H. Brown
Newport. Or Gearge Sylvester
Oceaa Park, Waah...D. B. Beachey
Rockaway Beach, Or... Fraak Miller
Rockaway Beach, Or. . -F. H. WUkiaa
St. Martina Sprlnga, Waah
Mra. I. St. Martla
Seaside, Or Clark Strattoa
eaylew, Waah. .Coaatabla at Potaam
Tillamook. Or... J. S. Lamar
Wheeler. Or H, H. Cady
Wllholt. Or F. W. MeX,eraa
Spiciai. Euksat Excursion. A spe
cial excursion to Gresharn and the Iocs.,
tion of the new Beaver State automo
bile factory, on the Mount Hood Elec
tric, will leave First and Alder streets,
1:30 P. 11.. Sunday arriving at Port
land on return at 5:30. Fine quarter
acre home sites for factory employes
and excellent Investment properly near
factory locations will be shown. The
excursion has been arranged by the
Lmbdenstock & Larson Company.
Tickets are 25 cents, on sale only at
286 Oak street, near Fourth. Positively
no tickets sold on train. You may get
eats on train by 1 o'clock at First
ana Stark streets siding.
Mrs. Stott Laid to Rest. Funeral
services for Mrs. Susan C. Stott. who
died at her home on Portland Heights
Monday, were hel- at St. Marri Fro
Cathedral yesterday morning. High
requiem mass was said by Father Edwin
O Hara, and Rev. Father H. J. McDevltt
preached the funeral sermon. Interment
was In Rlvervlew cemetery. The pall
bearers were: Harry M. Montgomery,
Whitney I Boise, J. Wesley Ladd,
Allen a Peel, Elliott R. Corbett and
Dr. Andrew C Smith.
Mayor to Meet Cotmcrc To decide
upon a method of transferring the con
trol of the sub Jail at LlnriTon from
the Jurisdiction of the city to the
county. Mayor Albee will meet with
members of the Board of County Com
missioners at the City Hall today. The
city at present has control of the Llnn-
ton rockplle and uses the place for
prisoners and for the production of
rock. The county notified Mayor Albee
recently that the change must be made.
. Bad Chick Artist Is Bust. Notices
are being sent to members of the Port
land Retail Merchants' Association
signed by W. B. Shlvely. assistant sec
retary, stating that during the last few
days someone has been issuing checks
drawn on the Hartman-Thompgon Bank
and bearing the name of David Ed
mondson. The notices say there Is no
such account at the bank and that Mr.
Edmondson repudiates the checks.
MOTORCTCLSJ CRASHES INTO TRUCE. A
motorcycle driven by E. A. Harms, with
W. H- Jones on the extra seat, collided
with a truck driven by J. G. Lout tit at
East Twenty-fourth and East Everett
srteets yesterday. Harms lost two
fingers as a result while Jones sus
tained bruises. The motorcycle was
ruined. The Injuries of Harms and
Jones were dressed at Good Samaritan
Boats to Go Uninsured. After re
ceiving reports from a number of East
ern cities to the effect that they carry
no fire Insurance on Are boats, the
City Commission yesterday on recom
mendation., of Commissioner Brewster
decided to drop the insurance on ootn
the George H. Williams and the David
Campbell. Heretofore both boats have
FAJRV1EW WATI POSTOFFICEf CHANGED.
A petition has been sent to the Post
office Department asking that the name
of the Cleone postoffice at Falrvlew be
changed to Falrvlew, by which name the
town la generally known. At present
there are two names of the place,
Cleone and Falrvlew, the latter being
the name under which the city is in
corporated. Aj-l-Dat Meetino to Be Held. The
Florence Meade Mission Circle of the
Universalis! Church will hold an all
day work meeting today in he social
hall at the church. Broadway and East
Twenty-fourth street. This meeting
Is Important and all members of the
congregation and others who are in
terested are urged to be present.
Phtsicai. Culture Union to Meet.
The regular meeting of the Physical
Culture Union will be held this even
ing at S o'clock, in East Side Library
auditorium. East Eleventh and East
Alder streets. The subject to be dis
cussed Is "The Germ Theory of Disease
Pro and Con." The public is in
vited. Streetcar Man to Lecture. F. W.
Hi Id, general manager of the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company, will
deliver a stereopticon lecture, on
"Public Utilities," at Metcalf Hall. East
Fifty-fourth street and Sandy boule
vard, Friday night. The lecture will be
riven under the auspices of the Rose
City Park Improvement Club.
For Sale. A 45-horaepower, 550-volt,
Crocker-Wheeler motor, complete with
standard blada starter, no voltage re
lease and 75-ampere over-load I-T-E
circuit break. In A-l condition. Ad
dress room iOS Oregonlan bldg.
On Wednesday, next September S, we
sell the fine furniture. Turkish rugs,
etc., of fashionable residence on Wil
lamette Heights. Full particulars In
Sunday's papers. George Baker & Co.,
Chsjstias Toga free reading and rest
room. Ill Central bldg., open dally.
Class in science of life and healing
begins soon. Particulars at room.
Madams, I am always on the Job
to give you the best of ladies' tailoring.
Gurney, Mohawk bldg.
Mr Irvinqton Home must be sacri
ficed, will take lot for 11200 equity. T
Ice Creak delivered to all parts of
the city. Phona Washington Cream Co.
E. M. Attctnsos. atty. P. O. Box 1S.
Saudi Bkidoes Comtleted. William
DeVeny. member of tha Mount Hood
Improvement Association, who spont
five weeks In the Mount Hood district,
has returned. He reports that the as
sociation has completed three bridges,
one over Sandy, one over the Zigzag
and one over Bear Creek, with the
assistance of the forestry department.
The main portion of the work, the ma
terial and money was furnished by
residents and some interested Port
land men. The road from the south
aid of tha Sandy River connecting
with the Mount Hood automobile road
over these bridges to the north side of
the Sandy has been cleared of rock and
brush, and many automobiles filled with
slght-seers are using the new routs
to get a view of Mount Hood from
the north side. Mr. DeVeny says that
tha Ha row bridre which collapsed last
Winter has been rebuilt stronger and
can stand any weight or anow.
'("hick" HouoBToiCf Widow Arrives.
Mrs. Charles Houghton, widow of
"Chick" Houghton who was drowned In
the Willamette River. Sunday, arrived
in Portland yesterday and Is staying
at the home ol her nusDana parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Houghton. SIS
Twentieth street. Her maiden name
waa Gertrude Adams and she was
formerly a Portland girl. Her home
has been In San Francisco sine her
marriage, which took place January s,
1S1I. in that city. Efforts were made
yesterday to recover the body of her
husband with grappling hooks, but
have been unsuccessful as yet.
Lecturer to Tell or Coast. W. F.
Carson, traveling passenger agent of
the Southern Pacific, will leave Port
land for Clinton, la., on September 1,
to begin advance work on the Southern
Pacific lecture tour on the Northwest
country this Winter. Mr. Carson will
act as advance man for John P. Clum,
tha lecturer. Laotures will be given
throughout Iowa, Illinois. .Wlsoonsin
and other Middle Western States, ad
vertising Oregon, Washington and Cali
fornia as Winter resorts. The tour
also will extend to Canada.
Three Fires Reported. A building
owned by A. B. Manley, at 669 Williams
avenue, burned early yesterday morn
ing. F. S. Tufts, a second-hand dealer,
and D. B, Courtney, grocer and confec
tioner, were the heaviest losers. Fire
which started In the Cadillac Hotel,
Third and Columbia streets, waa put
out before any damage had been done.
A lighted candle left In m woodshed set
fire to a woodpile and the flames did
considerable damage to house aj: S32
Mason street and 974 East Twelfth
Indian Conditions Investigated.
Dr. Kossuth Dixon, representing Rod
man Wanamaker, of Philadelphia. Is
Investigating conditions on Indian res
ervations In this country. He has
already visited the Klamath and Slleta
reservations In Oregon and will leave
Portland. August 31, for the Warm
Springs reservation. From there he
will visit the Umatilla reservation on
September 2, going thence to Walla
Walla, North Yakima. Wallula, Rlparla.
Lewlston and Spokane.
Eugene Man Alleged Forger. Locke
T. Brown, a traveling salesman from
Eugene, was arrested In a local hotel
yesterday by Deputy Constable Nichol
son, on chargv of having in his -pos
session forged checks and sight drafts.
He will be taken to Salem today, his
arrest here having been made at the
request of Salem officials. When he
waa arrested about to checks and IS
drafts were found in hla possession.
Plaoemann Leaves for Buters Con
clave. Mr. J. P. Plagemann. man
ager of H. Llebes & Co.. left for San
Francisco last night to attend the an
nual fur sale conducted by tha North
ern Commercial Company of Alaska.
Buyers from all over the world attend
this sale, for It represents about $40,
000 worth of the choicest furs from
the far northwest.
Seneca Fours Acquitted. Seneca
Fouts was acquitted by a jury In Police
Court yesterday of a charge preferred
by JSeputy Sheriff Phelan of blocking
traffic and otherwtae being dleorderly
at the corner of Sixth and Oak streets.
the night of August 18, when Fouts was
addressing a crowd on the movement to
recall Sheriff Word.
Builders Exchange to Meet. The
monthly open meeting of the Builders
Exchange Is called for tomorrow even
ing, at 8 o'clock, to consider the trade
outlook. Representatives of the lead
ing supply houses of Portland are to
be the speakers. Members are urgently
requested to attend.
Husband Reported Missino Mrs.
Kate Perry, of 121 M Russell avenue,
reported to the police yesterday that
her husband, employed at the Mohler
Barber College, had vanished with
another woman and $85. She asked
the police to locate him.
For bale. One. 125-roIt, direct
current generator, complete with field
rheostat, ammeter and circuit breaker.
This machine is In good repair. Ad
dress room 20$ Oregonlan bldg.
Parents' Picnic Arranged. The
Parent-Teachers Association of Wood
lawn will hold their last monthly pic
nic Friday, August 29, at Peninsula
Park. Parents are Invited to come with
the children and bring their lunch.
For Sale. A 40-K. W, SOO-voIt,
Crocker-Wreeler generator, complete
with field rheostat and circuit breaker,
In good condition. Address room 203
Wasted. Physician or dentist to
share reception room with physician.
Broadway bldg.; rent reasonable. AH
For Sale. Crop of prunes, on trees;
orchard situated two miles east of 12
mile house, Base Line road. Phone
Travelers Picnic. Joint picnic
T. P. A. and W. C. T., Crystal Lake
Park, Saturday, Aug. SO. Rain or shine."
Ladies. Our ' first showing of cor
rect millinery for Fall. English, 431
Wash, st, Annex Hotel.
Catholic Foresters Picnic, Crystal
Lake Park, Mllwaukie; Labor day.
HISTORIC TABLE IS SAVED
Mayor Albee CalU Off Proposed Sale
of Office) Fixture.
On the eve of the date fixed for the
sale by public auction of a dilapidated
mahogany table which has been a fix
ture in offices of the city government
since 1864, Mayor Albee yesterday
called off the proposed sale and took
possession of the table for use in his
private office at the City Halt It
now occupies a corner and holds
typewriter and a few city books.
The Mayor declared that an hlstorlo
table of the kind is worth more to the
city than the small amount that would
be derived from Its sale. Ha says It
should be retained In the city service
as long as it will stand and should then
be placed in the museum. The table has
been sought by many old-time resi
dents of the city, one of whom offered
$100 for It.
SPECIAL FALL RATES
of $5 per week for tents completely
furnished for light housekeeping. In
cluding beds and bedding, good spring
water and electric lights, at Bayocean,
Oregon. For futher particulars inquire
at 1st Corbett building.
CARD OF THAJfKS.
S. O. Moodle and family desire to ex
press thefr heartfelt thanks to our
neighbors and friends for their atten
tion given and sympathy extended dur-
lor in e late luuws auu u ca in ul ia
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to express my heartfelt thanks
to all who so kindly extended help and
sympathy in my hour of trial and be
reavement Incident to the death of my
beloved husband. Albert H. Wilson.
MRS. FRANCES A. WILSON.
Portland, August 27. 1813.
Grillroom Fight Over Man Is
Recounted In Court.
FAIR RIVALS ARE SEARCHED
City Judge Takes Precaution to
Avoid Possible Display of Weap
ons DTirlng Trial Bride
groom Pays $35 Fine.
Mrs. Frank Donnelly, charged with
assault and battery committed In a
grillroom on Mrs. Vera Prosser 6oott
Saturday night, was fined $25 In Mu
nicipal Court yesterday. Mra. Scott
came to Portland when Donnelly, a
California traveling man, sent for her,
she said, and ahe intended to marry
him. When ahe arrived ahe found him
too much attached to Mary Stevens,
now Mrs. Donnelly, she testified. Don
nelly and Miss Stevens were at the
grill Saturday night, whan Mrs. Scott
and Charlea Plummer, a friend, en
tered. " The teatlmony waa to the ef
fect that Mrs. Scott addressed Don
nelly affectionately, whereupon Miss
Stevena beat her on tha head with a
Mra. Scott appeared in court with her
face nearly covered with court plas
ter. Plummer followed Mrs. Scott on
the stand, corroborating her state
ments. Donnelly and Miss Stevena
were married Monday.
Mrs. Scott declared passionately that
she has lost all .love for Donnelly and
wouldn't have htm if she could. At
torney R. A. Sullivan asked her if she
had threatened to kill Donnelly and his
bride of two days. She replied that
they were not worth killing.
Prior to the opening of the hearing
Judge Stevenson ordered Matron Sim
mons to search both women for weap
ons, but she found none on them.
Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Donnelly clashed
and reclashed at the afternoon ses
sion, their testimony becoming so In
volved that it was hard for anybody
to arrive at a conclusion. Donnelly on
the stand aaid he turned hla bead
away when the row began. Mrs.
Scott's hat and gow:i worn at the time
of the assault were exhibited, the hat
being badly damaged and the gown
spattered with blood.
A crowd of Socialists and Industrial
Workers of the World whloh had
been attendant on the trial of Seneca
Fouts earlier in the day, stayed over
for the Scott case and filled the court
room. Finally the original charge on
which Mrs. Donnelly was arrested, that
of assault with a dangeroua weapon,
was changed to assault and battery,
and Judge Stevenson fined Mrs. Don
nelly $25, which her husband paid.
PAVING FIRM PENALIZED
Delay In Completing Improvements
Costs Iiinden-Kibbe Company $40
The first penalty to be Inflicted in
many years on a paving company for
inning to complete work in specified
time, was voted by the City Commis
sion yesterday against the Llnden
Klbbe Construction Company for fall
ing to complete the paving of East
Forty-ninth afreet from Newport to
Harrison streets. The company was a
month and eight days late with the
work. The Commission upon recom
mendation of Commissioner Dteck
granted the company an extension of
time a month and Invoked a penalty
of $40 for the remaining eight days
The practice during past adminis
trations has been to grant extensions
of time almost indiscriminately. A
number of extensions have been granted
by Commissioner Dieck during the last
month and a naif but the Llnden-Kibbe
delay was said to have been without
VISTA AVENUE DANGEROUS
City Commissioner Urges Immediate
Repair or Fill.
Declaring that there may be dan
ger of the entire fill on Vista avenue
sliding out under the weight of street
cars. City Commissioner Dleck yes
terday announced that he will attempt
at a special adjourned meeting of the
City Commission this morning to se
cure an appropriation either for the
erection of a new retaining wall or for
the bracing of the fill to prevent acci
dent. At yesterday's meeting of the Com
mission he declared that be considers
the repair absolutely necessary and de
sires to do all he can to put the im
provement through as soon as possible.
OLD BILLS T0BE CLEARED
City Commission Will Dispose of Big
Batch, at One Swoop.
With one sweep the City Commission
will at Its regular meeting next week
dispose of more than 200 old ordi
nances and resolutions - which have
been hanging fire before various city
administrations since 1892. The meas
ures have been pushed along from ad
ministration to administration without
The Man Who Buys Outside His
City or State What He Can Buy
at Home Is Not the Highest Type
of Useful Citizen.
The only life Insurance Company
which does business exclusively in
Best f or .Oregonians
Home Of flee, Corbett Bufldinf, Fifth and Morrison, Portland.
A. la MILLS L. SAMUEL 0. S. SAMUEL
President General Manager Assistant Manager
data of over
and county title mat
ters, means added
value an d protection
for you in a Guaran
teed Certificate of
Title issued by this
Call for booklet.
Title & Trust Com
pany, 4th and Oak
nrar, as well
as a Good
you at the
ple go there.
being finally disposed of. The entire
lot will be placed on Ilia, wmcn la a
polite way of giving them a final rest
ing place In the pigeonholes of the
Clerks In the office of City Auditor
Barbur have commenced the work of
digging up all tha unfinished meas
ures and placing tnem in one general
resolution, which when adopted will
send the whole mass to the in as. in
the measures involved are old fran
chises, street improvement ordinances
and a few legislative measures. They
date from 1892 to 1902.
WOOD DEALER IN COURT
Court Issues Warning; Regarding
Short Measures in Fuel.
H. O. Knox, a dealer In wood, was
In court yesterdy charged with
"short-weighting" Mrs. Oreenstreat.
6015 Thirty-ninth avenue.
Police Judge Stevenson has been
sentencing ice men who sold short-
weight five days apiece, and It waa
contended that fuel men guilty of the
same offense should meet a similar
Knox sold the woman $3 worth of
wood, but neglected to furnish a state
ment of the quantity sold, as la re
quired by the ordinances, It turned
out that be sold her only 36 cubic feet
of wood, which Is less than one-third
of a cord. That would make wood
more than $ a cord, whereaa the rec
ognized price is $6.
"The prices charged for wood in
Portland are outrageous, declared
Judge Stevenson, "and this is a goood
time to give a warning to fuel deal
era. However, I will auspend sentence
in this case.
PIONEER OF 1847 PASSES
Mrs. Rebecca Meyer Passes Away at
Age of 19 Tears.
In the death of Mrs. Rebecca Meyer
at the home of her danghter, Mra.
George Gradt. on Columbia . Slough,
yeaterday, there passed away a well-
known pioneer woman who came to
this county in 1847, 6 yeara ago, wttn
her flrat husband, Thomaa Cully. The
family were the first settlers In the
Columbia Slough district, where they
secured a donation land claim. After
the death of her first husband, she
married H. A. Meyer.
She is survived by aer husband and
the following children: James Cully,
of Woodburn, Or.; Henry Cully and
George Cully, of Portland, and Mra M.
Egger, of Astoria, She waa 79 years
old. The funeral services will be con
ducted from the home of her daugh
ter, Mra, Gradt. Columbia Slough road,
at 2 o'clock today, and Interment will
be in the Maaonlc Cemetery, Columbia
Stampede Warning; Sounded.
SEATTLE. Aua 17. Dr. T. D.
Calrnes, Canadian government geolo
gist, wno nas lust returned irom tne
Shushanna (Alaska) gold district, is
sued a signed statement today warn-
!. -77 . v ;
It Is indeed surprising to know
that thousanda of people are wear-In-
glasaas that they think have
baan properly fitted to them. when.
In fact, only one eye la properly
fitted. Each eye must be carefully
and separately examined before
glasses can be furnished that really
If you oome to me you will never
be turned over to an "aietstant" nor
left to the mercy of a "student.
BOS. Swrtlaad Bnlldlag, Fifth aa
Waahlaatea. Fifth Floor.
Eatraaee) ea Fifth Street.
Right 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, $6 or more
S88 Morrison St.
Opposite Olds, Wortman &
lng persons against stampeding to the
THREE DAYS' OUTING.
8pend Saturday. Sunday, Monday
(Labor Day) at Gearhart "By-the-Sea. 1
Swimming exhibition Saturday even
ing; good roads lectures and stereop
tlcon Sunday and Monday; paper chase
Labor Day. Room for all at Hotel
Gearhart Ask at 100 Vj Fourth street
about low Fall ratea Phones Main
129$, A 726s.
125 HORSES BURNED -
to death yesterday In San Francisco,
Is your horse in a wooden fire-trap?
Have mercy on man's best friend by
keeping htm In a safe stable. It costs
no more. Kramers Riding School is
fireproof and sanitary. Sixteenth snd
Jefferson streets. '
T. M. WATSON RESTAURANT.
ICS Fifth St.. Perkins Hotel Block.
The most popular fancy of
the year. Our stock offers
a wide assortment, all of
them the reliable kind
tell the correct time when
ever you want to know.
$12.50 to $100.00
Marx & Bloch
Dealers in Oregon
. 283 Morrison Street
St. Lawrence River
Casadiaa Pacific AUaatie Em
days' dellffbtrul sailing on this famous river, less
than lour days at Matshortest aomit aaxsoxc &au
from Quebec, other excellent steamers from
Montreal. Ask about new Mediterranean aet vice.
Interesting Booklets and all information from
FHAAK R. JOH.SO., Geaeral Ageat.
Cor. 8d aa Pisa St a, Portland, Oregon.
Or Aak Amy Ttkt Aareat.
Waahlaarteai Street. Canur I3ts
If aim 6081 Pkeaes A SSSTL
CHAS. B. ROWLEY. Mgr.
Rates per month, one or two
persons In aame room, lit to SIS
per month with bath privilege.
S0 to 145 per month with pri
vate bath, So0 to $74 per month
for two rooms with bath be
tween. SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK
REASONABLE RATES PER DAT
FOOK SANG & CO.
M Pin flt.. Frt!rw4. Orerraa. Plme A 7T.
CHLNEhE PIBK )AIC f,WELRV.
Alao cold hrmcAletaL inst tariff and be.l
track 1M in rtj dMista, mad to order, with
beUB'M or jrooa iuck ainskM er.artsr en
rrkTsxl tbron. Prtesjsj &r vary raonbi
Ord)rj BromDtlr xcutd and Mnt or paid
to any part of Ul U. &. Wo ax aklUoa
tAX W CBOVO. XAJTAGXXa
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BRACELET. WATCHES $6.00
HE POPULAR BRACELET
amart leatner strap, ask to see tnem. special sc.
Other Bracelet Watches in silver, gold-tilled and gold,
with leather or metal atrapa, at moderate prices.
SEE OUR WISDOW DISPLAY
Jcwciry sf aalltT
Mid-Summer Sample Sale
of fornitore of the better class
means a distinct saving to 70a
Our low rent and low cost of
doing business, combined with
sale prices, gives you furniture
on easy terms at less than cash
prices elsewhere. Prove it to
your own satisfaction.
to have your clothes cleaned
and freshened np frequently.
They last longer.
Look for our driver.
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50 MEN TEACHERS
Day Schools Open
SEPTEMBER 2, 1913
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LEGE WORK; ipeclal couraea In UT
KRATfR K. HISTORY OF ART, ETC
SJ DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASSES. LIM
ITED TO S EACH. Work In prettily
furnished family kitchen and olalng
room Sewing, millinery, eta
ML'BIC DEPARTMENT In chart Of
MR. WALDO F..CHASE.
MRS. GEO. A. CASWELL, TaTISS
GRACE" WILTSHIRE. B. L. prlnefpaia.
For catalogue and Information addreae
Secretary Marlborough School.
University of Oregon
Pall term opens September 22. 19 IS.
Cours of tbre yeara, leading- to dcgT of
LI B. and embracing 2o branches of the
Jaw, Including1 moot court and debate work.
Candidates prepared eapeclally for admission
to bar. Faculty of seventeen instructors. Lo
cated In heart of city. Adjacent to courts.
For catalogue giving entrance, requirements
snd full Information address T. Walter Oil
lard. Secretary. Zl Central Bldg.. Portland.
School of tne
Winter term begins October .
CLASSES In Life Drawing and
Painting; Elementary Drawing and
Painting: Illustrations; Composi
tion; Sketch; Modeling; Desig-n,
Weaving, Wood-Carving. Special
Saturday and Evening Classea.
For circular apply Museum of Art,
Fifth and Taylor.
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1 Y 1 rORTLANO, ORKOON
A AJ. WRITE FOR CATALOG
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For GirU. CsUDiW br t o.Sl Iki uf THE HOU
HASES OF ItSuS AND MARY. C. .rfiitiili mmd
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MMZMITA HALL "fT.
PreDares for college or technical school.
Next term opens Aug. 28. 1911. For cata
logue and specific Information address
w. A. labUD, xiaaa aanaa
I Fee Fall
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advantages in pre
paring boys for college or
Faculty of specialists.
Beautiful location, spa
cious buildings, extensive
grounds and healthy com
munity. CAMP NOW
Write for catalog. Ad
dress D. S. Pnlford, A- SL,
Principal, South Tacoma,
A splendid boarding and day
school for young men and boya.
High school ana college courses.
Grammar grades taught to boya
over eleven yeara.
School Opens September 9.
Ben 'oatia Gallaaaer. C. a. C.
TweatytUth Year Opeju September &a
Office Hours J my and Augusw,
S to 12 lally.
Pits boya and girls for Eastern and
Western colleges. Well equipped lab
oratories In Chemistry and Physics. A
Gymnasium In charge of a akilled
director. Field and Track Athletics.
The Academy Includes a primary and
grammar school which recelvea boys
and girls as young aa six, and does the
work of the grades in seven yeara.
Emphasis on essentials. Physical train
ing and free play la Gymnasium aad
All departments In charge of thor
oughly qualified and experienced teach
ers. Catalogue on application.
Thtrtranth and Montgomery.
A Sdssct Noo-S-ectanas Boarding and Day 5chool
for Bora. Military Dudpiine; Small Classes; Mem
Teachers. Careful sapervisioo sexuies results that
i aot sftsfnorl elsewhere. Stead for catalof,
Miss Catlin's Boarding
and Day School
Opens Its third year September 17. Pro
pares for Eastern schools and colleges. Pri
mary and Intormedlato departmenta. lion
tessoii department for llttie children. Spe
cial primary for boya Course in art, music
and dramatic work. Open to visitors during
Summer at 161 KortH Twaty-third street.
Christian BroMs Business College
Portland. Oreaosu Monthly reports of stu
dents sent to parents or guardians. Oytn
naslum with competent Instructor la charge.
Grammar grades and commercial courses.
Graduates guaranteed positions. Limited
number of boarders taken. Pall term begins
Tuesdey, Eept- 2. Send for prospectus
BROTHER V 1NDKEU, F. aV C, Prssddeot.