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the aioitxryo okegoxian. Friday, august 29, 191a L
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THE MOItXTN'G OHEGOXIAN. FRIDAY,
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Prlntlnc-Room .......Main T070. A BOM
City Circulation Hmln T070. A aoso
Managing Editor ..Mela TeTO. A OOss
Sunday Editor Main T070. A
Compoalns-Room Main T07O. A 0
Superintendent Bulldlnr Main 7070. A SOUS
HEILIO THEATER (11th
Tho comedy. -Ready Money- Thl. after
noon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:80 e'clock.
OKChlLJI THEATER ! Tay
lr Vaudeville. Thla alternooa at 2.1
end tonight at s:l&.
EMPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Tin-
till) Vvudevllle. Thla afternoon at .!
and tonight at 7:30 and .
PANT AGE 3 THEATER tBroadway aid AI-
der) Vaudeville. Thw afternoon at -.la
and tonight at 7:30 and t.
LTRIC THEATER (Fonrth and ,?tr!'
Mu.lcal comedy. -A Night Out. Thla
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 6J0 to
PEOPLE'S. STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT.
1IVOU A.ND CRYSTAL Flrat-run plo
, turea. 11 A. M. to 12 P. M.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Sixth uJ
legton) Continuous flrt-run plcturea
. from 11 i. 11.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Wash
ington) Conunuoua flrat-run motion v.c
turea, OAKS AMTTSEMENT PARK (CVf,Si
Flrat and Aider) Royal I''.J-B..
vaudeville. Attemoona at a.0i eveauns
at k P. IX.
RE CREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. Portland vs. Sacra
mento. Thia afternoon at 8:1&
OBEGOMAS AT RESORTS.
For quickest delivery of The iOtj.
gonlan at Summer resort bcrlb.
through the f?11008"1. I
rate. Subscriptions by mall axe
payable In advance.
Bar View. Or E. Jackson
Bay City. Or 8. J. Miller
Bay Ore-ail. Or. ...M. A. Shirley. Jr.
Brla-hton Beach, Or. .'.J. A. Baldwin
Careom. Was. . .Skepkerd's Spring
Caacadta, Or G. M. Getaendorfer
Garibaldi, Or C. F. Alexander
Lang Beach. Waah Frank Hoekfleld
ktanaanlta Beach. Or. Emll G. Kartell
Kaheotta, Waah ...J. H. Brown
Kcirpert. Or George Sylvester
Ocean Park. Waah...D. E. Beecker
Rockaway Beach, Or . . . Frank Miller
Rockaway Beach, Or...F. H. WUklas
St. Martina Sprlaga. Weak
Mm. X. BU Martin
Seaside, Or Clark Stratton
geavlew, Wuk, .Constable dt Putnam
TUlamook. Or...... J. 9. Lamar
Wheeler. Or R. H. Cany
YVIlhoIt. Or F. W. MeLma
Advertisements Intended for the City New
In Brief column In Sunday's laaue m let be
handed In The Orrgoninn business efllce by
5 o'clock Saturday evening.
Bpxcxai. ScNDir Excursion. A spe
cial excursion to Gresham and the loca
tion of the new Beaver State automo
bile factory, on the Mount Hood dec
trio, will leave First and Alder streets,
1:10 P. II., Sunday, arriving; at Port
land on return 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 Company.
Tickets are 25 cents, on sale only at
286 Oak street, near Fourth. Positively
no tickets sold on train. You may get
seats on train by 1 o'clock at First
and Stark streets siding;.
Groveland Improvements Discussed.
Improved car service, better fire pro
tection and a system of uniform trees
In Groveland Park were subjects of
consideration at a meeting; Wednesday
night of the Groveland Park Improve
ment Club held at the home of C. G.
Field on East Fifty-fourth and East
Lincoln streets. It Is proposed among
other things to adopt one particular
variety of trees and to plant them In
the parking strips throughout the dis
trict. This will be done after the com
pletion of the paving of the district,
which will oe under way within the
next few weeks.
Head Camp Deleoates Will Report.
The managers and campaign com
mittee. Including J. C. Jones, F. J.
Meln-dl, A. L. Keenan. M. D. George,
Captain Cooley and his team, who at
tended the session of the head camp,
Woodmen of the World, at Colorado
Springs, will give a report of the ses
sion tonight rt the meeting of Multno
mah camp. East Sixth street. Light
refreshments will be served. The degree
team of Multnomah camp carried off
third prise in the. National contest.
Full reports of the session will be glren
by delegates at the meeting tonight.
BrrncRETB admitted, is Competition.
At a special adjourned meeting of the
City Commission yesterday proceedings
were commenced for the paving of the
Groveland Park district on the East
Side. The City Engineer will draw
plans and specifications admitting to
competition for the first time a type of
paving known as "Bltucrete." The pro
ceedlngs will be rushed through as
rapidly as possible so that the paving
can be laid before the rainy season
Mcseum to Get Specimen's. City
Curator Sleeth was informed yester
day that the National Museum has
shipped a collection oi mouusKs,
crustaceans and fossil vertebrates to
be placed In the Portland museum at
the City HaiL we collection win in
elude many kinds of shells and cell for
mation taken from the ocean by Gov
ernment dredges. Curator Sleeth asked
for the collection through Kepresenta
tive Lafferty about a month ago.
Mtstirious Auto Accident Scented.
Traces of a mysterious accident were
' found at the side of the Llnnton road.
north of the city, yesterday morning,
in the form of an overturned automo
bile, which had caught fire and -burned.
No traces of any personal Injuries
were found, and it Is supposed that the
party in the car at the time escaped
and found their way to the city. Own
ership of the car was not traced.
Court Depttt Named. At the request
of District Judges Jones, Bell and Day
ton an order was made yesterday by
the County Commissioners appointing
E. J. Carr a deputy In the District
Court office. The judges said that work
had accumulated so as to require the
services of an additional clerk. Mr.
Carr formerly was connected with the
office and his appointment was re
quested by the judges.
Neighborhood Organises Fire Com.
pant. Citizens of Gray"a CroFnlcg in
the Mount Scott district will meet to
night to complete the organization of
a volunteer tire company. Petitions
have been circulated asking the City
Commissioner to supply the volunteers
F. W. Hild Speaks Tonight. F. W.
HIM. general manarer of the Portland
Railway. Light A Power Company, will
deliver an Illustrated lecture tonight
In Metcalfs hall, Sandy boulevard and
East Fifty-fifth street, under the
auspices of the Kose City Park Im
Christian Toga free reading and rest
room. Ill Central bldg., open dally.
Class In science of life and healing
begins soon. Particulars at room. ,
Mad amd. I am always on the job
to give you the best of ladles' tailoring.
Gurney, Mohawk bldg.
Ml Irvinoton Home must be sacri
ficed, will take lot lor $1200 equity. T
Travelers Picnic Joint picnic
T. P. A. and W. C. T., Crystal Lake
Park, Saturday, Aug. 30. Rain or shine.
Ladies. Our first showing of cor
rect millinery for Fall. English, 4J1
Wash. St.. Annex Hotel.
Ice Cream delivered to all parts of
the city. Phone Washington Cream Co.
Catholic Foresters Picnic Crystal
Lake Park. Milwaukle; Labor eUy.
Lard Is Cheaper. The price of this
great commodity Is down. Frank L
Smith has cut the price to 40o for
3s and 5c for 6s and S1.2a for 10s. It Is
excellent lard. Smith's famous sugar
cured bacon that can't be beat Is 20c
and 11 He. . When sliced It Is I5a
Fancy hams whole or half at Smith's
are Z2c Good steak is 15c. Choice
steak is JOc Pot roast beef Is II He
and lSc Beef to boil Is lOo and 11c
Shoulders of genuine Spring lamb are
lie. Legs and chops of genuine Spring
lamb are 15c, Lamb liver Is 10c These
prices today and every day at Smith's
main market 221 Alder street, between
First and Second streets. Buy pork
sausage and hamburg at lie made
fresh every hour in Smith's sanitary
Fire Companies to Move. Under a
rearrangement of fire stations as
worked out by Acting nre umei laua
enklaus, engine company 11 now oc
cupying a shed at the foot of Stark
street will move Into the new station in
the new city Jail building on or before
September 10. Headquarters station on
Fourth street, near Morrison will move
to a tent on the Market block, while
Fourth street is being- torn up lor the
new railroad tracks of the Southern
Pacific Engine company No. 4, which
occupies the Market block tent at pres
ent, will move into the new fire sta
tion being completed this week at
Fofrth and Montgomery streets.
Photographic Record to Be Kept.
To have on file a set of photographs
showing the development of city im
provement projects. City Commissioner
Dleck has arranged for the purchase of
a camera to be used by employes of
the city's blue print department. Pic
tures will be taken of all Improvements
under way, for use in law suits, for
display purposes and lor other pur
poses which may arise. The Commis
sion yesterday refused to adopt an oral
nance appropriating the money lor the
machine, but announced that no objec
tion would be made to Mr. Dleck pur
chasing the machine with city's funds
at his disposal.
Rev. Mr. Kemmer to Lecture. Dr.
Alfred Kemmer. of Oakland, Cal.. who
spoke at T. M. C. A. last Sunday arter
noon. will deliver an Illustrated lecture
at 7:45 next Sunday In the auditorium
of the Rose City Park Clubhouse, Sandy
boulevard and East Fifty-seventh
street North, under the auspices of the
Rose City Park Methodist Episcopal
Church. Dr. Kemmer's subject will be
"Christ In Art" and it will be Illustrated
by nearly 100 reproductions of the
European masterpieces, Raphael.
Murillo, Corregio, Hoffman, Rubens,
tjlnKel, vol terra ana many omers.
Oregon Pioneer Dies. Murray A.
Wade, an Oregon pioneer who died at
Gervais Tuesday, was born near Lin
coln villa. Me.. March 17. 1830. In 1855
he came to California via the isthmus
of Panama. Two years later he came
to Parkersvllle near Gervais. In 1860
he married Jane Webb, a native of
Indiana, who crossed the plains with
her parents In 1847. He Is survived
by his widow, a son, Frank Wade, and
two daughters, Ida Wade and Minnie
Civil Service Post to Be Filled.
The United States Civil Service Com
mission announces that on September
10 the following examination will be
held In this city: Veterinarian (male)
for position In the United States quar
termaster corps, Philippine Islands at
31200 per annum. Persons desiring to
compete In this examination should
apply to Z. A. Leigh, Postomce Department.
Lodgbmbw and Women to Picnic.
If It doesn't rain on Labor day. .Port
land Oddfellows and RebeVs will
journey to Lakevlew Park, near
Oswego, for a picnic Arrangements
have been made with the southern pa
cific for a special train to take the
picnickers from the Jefferson-street
station at :45 o'clock In the morning.
They will return on trains at 5 and at
T P. M.
Pioneer Woman's Funeral Held.
The funeral' of Mrs. Rebecca Meyer, a
Dloneer of 1847, was held yesterday
afternoon from the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. George Gradt, on Columbia
Slough. Interment was In the Masonlo
Cemetery, on the Slough road. Mrs.
Meyer was 79 years old. She Is sur
vived by her husband, H. A. Meyer, and
Oddfellows to Dedicate New Hall,
The new hall erected by the Lents
Oddfellows Lodge will be dedicated
next Tuesday night. The building Is
of reinforced concrete, two stories a "-.d
the cost was about (8000. It will be
furnlBhed for the use of the local Odd
Shipments from the Eastern and
European markets of the very newest
In Fall millinery Is now being reoelved
at Miss Haggertys new parlors at 401
and 402 Selling bldg. Miss Haggerty's
arrival is expected dally.
vista Avxnue to Be Reinforced. An
appropriation of 31800 was authorised
br the City commission yesteroay xor
the Installation of timber bulkheads to
protect the fill above the Vlsta-avenue
wall on vista avenue anoui uv ieet
south of Montgomery drive.. The ordi
nance provided for a force account ap
propriation from the street repair fund.
The reoalrs are made because of the
dangerous condition of the fill and
the liability or a collapse curing mo
rainy season. Not until yesterday was
the Commission able to Take up enougn
money for the repairs, the various
funds having been drained before the
present administration took charge.
Lent to Have Mos Water. When
the 12-inch main now being laid on
Millard avenue, or Fifty-fifth avenue.
has been finished the Lents district
will have an abundance of Bull Run
water. This main starts at East Fifty
second street and follows Millard ave
nue east to Foster road, thence to
Gilbert avenue and East Ninety-second
street, thence to Main street at the
Lents schoolhouse. From there another
main will be laid on Main street In
Lents. This Is one of the longest
mains laid In the South East Side and
will suddIv a larre territory. It will
reinforce the supply through the entire
Mount Scott territory.
Miss Alma Ella Minnie Bster Dies.
Mls Alma Ella Minnie Beyer, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Beyer.
died at St, Vincent's Hospital, August
25. of nneumonla at the age of 22
years and ( months. The body Is at
Hamilton's chapel, m Montavtna, and
will be sent to Neilsvllle, Wis., Septem.
ber 1 for Interment at the old home.
Miss Beyer Is survived by her parents.
of Gresham. seven brothers and four
sisters Mrs. Ida Wagner. Mrs. Clara
Wsgtner, Oscar Beyer, Mrs. Berta
Llnster. Herman Beyer, August ueyer.
of Nellsville; William F., Elmer, Carl
H., Albert A. and Hilda Beyer, of
Water Main to Be Completed.
Edward Gray, foreman of the Water
Denartment. announced yesterday that
the 30-lneh water main from the Mount
Tabor reservoir to the Peninsula has
been completed except a short stretch
on East Sixtieth street, where a few
lengths of pipe were left out some
time ago because these sections were
not on hand. These have arrived and
will be laid in a few days. This main.
which 1s to reinforce the water supply
of North. Alblna and the Peninsula
starts at Mount Tabor and runs to the
stand pipe In Vernon, where It ends at
present. Branches from this point will
be laid northeast and southeast later.
Fair-view to Have Celebration.
Fairview Labor day celebration plans
have been completed for next Monday.
Beginning at :30 A. it there will be
a baseball game between the Fairview
Junior and the Gresham Kids. Later
there will be another ball game. The
other events will consist of addresses
and exercises In the grove in the morn
ing when the silver cornet band of
Sandy will furnish e. concert. Then
will follow a barbecue of roasted ox
and sheep with an abundance for alL
There will be a dance at night. The
celebration will be held under the
auspices of Fairview Commercial Club.
Engineer Mason Injured. Charles L.
Mason, an engineer who has been many
years In the service of the Southern
Pacific Company, was bruised on the
head yesterday as he alighted from
his engine near the Baooklyn shops.
He slipped on the gravel roadbed and
was struck by the truck of one of the
cars. He was knocked unconscious
and was taken In an ambulance to
Good Samaritan Hospital. The report
last night was that his Injury was not
dangerous, and that he would be able
to be out In a few days. Mason Is it
Bridoe Trafpio Arranged. To make
it possible for the Portland Railway,
Light St Power Company to operate cars
over the Broadway DrKJge eariy in
September, thf City Commission yester.
day passed by unanimous vote an ordi
nance granting a revocable permit to
the company to operate cars over the
bridge until the pending 25-year bridge
franchise Is passed. Under the pro
visions of the permit the company will
pay cents for each car going over
the bridge In either direction.
All departments of the Public Li
brary will open In the new building,
Tenth and Yamhill, on Monday morn
ing, September 8. Departments will
close In the old building as follows:
Children's room, September 4; reference
room, September 5; circulation and
periodical departments, September 6.
Woodmen op the World Picnic, on
Council Crest, Labor day: every mem
ber expected to be there with his
family and friends. Big programme of
athletic sports starts at 1 P. M. ; big
basket supper at 5 P. M., and mammoth
class introduction at night.
Enjoy all the luxury and
style of silk hosiery
"Phoenix" costs no more than
cotton in the long run.
New ones for those that fall.
Women's Phoenix 75e and f 1.
Men's Phoenix 50c.
The Busiest Little Store.
Morrison St., Opp. P. O.
C. P. Berg, Mgr.
t ry 17 taT
V JL JL L Ju Hi L
PENSION HIS WIDOW
THE MONTHLY INCOME POLICY of
Does This at Small Cost, BEST FOR OREGONIANS
HOME OFFICE! CORBETT BUTLDINC. FIFTH AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND
A. L, MILLS
. General Manaser
C S. SAMUEL
If MAIM I
f GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
288-290-292 STARK STREET
MOND AY Labor Day We Will Be Closed
All Day Remember This in Making Up
I A II
Hood River Early Crawfords
are far and away the best for
canning. They are at their
very best now, whilst the days
are long and warm and the
son is bright. This accounts
for their fine flavor and high
color. 'Extra fancy fresh
fruit, box 75d
Evergreen Corn The first of
the Season large ears, not
wormy to arrive today. Price
will be low.
Kippered Herring Delicious
for lunches, hot or cold. Per
Knorr's Soups All varieties,
prepared instantly. Pack
age 56 and I0d
Mariposa Olive Oil Pure
Olive Oil is a tonic, nourish
ing, wholesome, healthful.
Mariposa Olive Oil blends
and assimilates perfectly with
all other ingredients for
salads, sauces and dressings.
In bottles 50 and SI
The "Battle Creek Diet Sys
tem" arrived yesterday; a
new shipment, including Pro
tose, Rice Biscuits, Laxative
Biscuits, Zwiebach, Gluten
Biscuits, Sterilized Bran, Yo
Pillsbury'i Best Flour The
world's standard. Sack, SI
Maatjes Herring New; just
arrived by express. Each 10
ICCHWAB PRINTING CO
3451- STA R K STREET
Jubt of Two Acquits Majr. Before
a Jury of two John Williams, aocuaeo
of striking Deputy Sheriff Grafton In
the street troubles July is, was ac
quitted, in Municipal Court yesterday.
The Jury consisted of A. O. Anderson
and victor Arland.
ACTO-MlTKIO LIaOCB to Mekt. The
Auto-Metric League will meet at the
headquarters, room " IS Selllng-Hlrach
building-, tonight at 8 o'clock. J. U
Kerschen, superintendent of the manual
training- department of the city schools.
St. Mart's Academt to Open Tuesdat,
St. Mary's Aca-uemy and College will
reopen on Tuesday, beptember s. Kegis
tratlon of day students and boarders
will take place on September 2 and 3.
Beth Israel Services Announced.
Regular services are held at Temple
Beth Israel on Friday at t P. M. and
at 10:30 on Baturday morning. All are
Grand Opening Dancb.
New Dreamland Hall.
Morrison St. at Second.
Monday Eva, Sept. 1 (Labor Dat.)
You Want the Utmost
in style, in quality, in fit
and tailoring in your Fall Suit, no
matter what the cost.
A KuppeBheimer suit at twenty-five
dollars gives you all these and more
made from fabrics especially, for Oregon
Others at fifteen to forty, dollars.
We give green trading stamps.
Store" f f iwm ,tr Fonrth
- , M0REPE0PLE
Are lunching at Watson's Five Balti
more Dairy lunch rooms than in any
other place In Portland. Why? Be
cause they are so well pleased that
they become steady patrons and bring
others. Absolutely sanitary; pure food,
quick service and Just what you want,
always prevent a change , of lunch
places. Once a Baltimore Dairy Lunch,
always a Baltimore Dairy Lunch.
D. M. WATSOS RESTAURANT,
lOg Fifth St.. Perkins Hotel Block. "
Y. M. C A.
. DAY A.XT KldHT
60 HEX TEACHERS
Day Schools Open Sept 2,1913
Gysnaaslunas ftwTBnjulBg. Libraries.
Business Letter Writing..
English (foreign men)...
Kng. Literature (course).
Plan Reading and Cost
Plumbing (shop practice)
Reinforced Concrete Con
Surveying and Mapping..
Tele, and Dispatching....
Course (Day Schools)
Commercial ...... ...
Electrical Engineering. . ,
Wireless Telegraphy ,
Telegraphy and Train
College Preparatory ,
General Day School,
Write or call for Free Illustrated
Catalogue. Y. M. C. A. Building,
Similar schools Seattle, Tacoma,
Spokane. Los Angeles. San Fran
cisco and Oakland.
ANOTHER MESSAGE FROM THE STORE OF QUALITY
Portland's Exclusive Handlers of
' ' EVERYTHING- GOOD TO EAT."
L. Mayer & Co.
"Portland's Oldest and Best Grocers"
148 Third Street A 4432. Main 9432
When vacation season gives way to Fall, yonr lighter menu gives way
to the more substantial one of Antnmn, and then yon will appreciate
what this store has done for you. It has carefully searched the world's
markets and secured the newest and freshest unusual delicacies to
vary your "between season" menu.
Prove it by a visit to our store.
WE HAVE INSTALLED AUTOMOBILE SERVICE ;.
Rush orders are handled as usual route orders.
WE DELIVER TO
Portland and Kings Heights daily at 10:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M.
East Portland daily at 10:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. Suburban delivery
east to Sixty-ninth street daily at 7:30 A. M. North and South Port
land 8:30 and 11 A. M. and 2:30 and 4:30 P. M.
Give us a chance to cater to you and give yon the service
you have been looking for.
A SPECIAL OFFER IN NEW PORK AND BEANS
Campbell's 2-lb. tins of Pork and Beans, regular 20c a tin, two
for 25, per dozen..... $1.25
AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT LABOR DAY
This store will be closed all day Monday, September 1. To stock
your kitchen, and also to please ns, you will anticipate your
wants today and Saturday. Delivery Saturday evening. -"Yours
for Service and Quality."
J. WH1TC0MB BROUGHER, D. D.
it v r
. . i
til , aea-a.
Preacher. Lecturer. Hmaertot.
AT THE WHITE TEMPLE,
Corner Twelfth and Taylor Sta.
1CXDAY MORMXO AXD EVENING
10:30 A. M. Subject,
"THE SfAJT OF THE HOCB."
7:45 P. M. Subject
"THE STRUGGLE TO BE GOOD
19 THE GAME WORTH THE
CAXDLEr will answer "Be Good
and You'll Be Happy, but Tou
Won't Have Any Fun."
On Tuesday Evening-, September 1,
8:li P. M.. He Will Give His
WHE RUBEN COMES TO TOWX
Doors Open at 7:20.
Tickets for sale at Phefley &
Cavender's. cor. Fourth and Alder
streets; Sherman Clay A Co., Sixth
and Morrison streets.
Removal Sale Now On
Hundreds of extraordinary bargains in our regular
lines and items to close out. All exceptionally good
Leather GoodJ of all kinds
Ladies' Correspondence Paper
Architects' and Engineers' Supplies
Students' Drawing Instruments
Tuxedo AluVoinum Pens. Jleg. $1.00. Sale $ .75 Gross
Imperial Falcon Pens. Reg. 60c. Sale 45 Grow
Imperial Stub Pens. Reg. 60c. Sale 45 Gross
Faber's Blue Pencils. Reg. 50c doz. Sale 30o doz. Gross $3.00
Faber's Red Pencils. Reg. 50c doz. Sale 30c doz. Gross $3.00
Faber's Copy Pencils. Reg. 65c doz. Sale 45o doz. Gross $5.00
Rapid Writer Pencils. Reg. 50c doz. Sale 35o doz. Gross $4.00
Orwa, Rd. Rub. Tip Pencils. Reg. 50c doz.
Sale 35c doz. Gross $3.75
Traffic, Red Tip Pencils. Reg. 25c doz.
Sale 20c doz. Gross. $2.00
Mongolette, Rub. Tip Pencils. Reg. 55c doz.
Sale 40c doz. Gross" $150
Blue Marking Crayon Pencils. Reg. 35c doz.
Sale 25o doz. Gross $2.00
U. S. Pencil Sharpeners. Reg. $2.50. Sale, each $2.00
Right Pencil Sharpeners. Reg. $3.50 Sale, each $2.00
Penholders. Reg. 75c, 50c, 40c and 20c a dozen
Sale, 50c, 35c, 25c and 15c a dozen.
Hurd's and Whiting's Boxed Papers, Half Price. (
Ink Stands at 25 per cent to 50 per cent discount.
Mercantile T. W. Carbon Paper. Reg. $2.00. Sale .75 box
Commercial T. W. Carbon Paper. Reg. $2.50. Sale $1.25 box
Crown T. W. Carbon Paper. Reg. $3.50. Sale $L75 box
Progress T. W. Carbon Paper. Reg. $3.50. Sale.... $2.00 box
Blue Pencil Carbon, 8y2xll. Reg. $1.50. Sale 75 box
Crown T. "W. Ribbon. Reg. 75c each. Sale, each 35c
Mimeograph Papers, 8y2xll. Reg. $1.30 M. Sale 85c M
Combined and Copying Ink. Reg. $1.15 qt., 75c pt., 40c V-P-
Sale, 75c qt., 50c pt., 30c Va-pt.
Faber'g Scarlet Ink. Reg. $1.00 pt. Sale, pt 60c
David's Office Paste. Reg. 16-oz., 75c, 6 oz., 40e, 4 oz., 25e
Sale 16 oz., 50c, 6 oz., 25c, 4 oz., 20c
Shapirograph Duplicat. Machine. Reg. $9.00. Sale $7.20
Capitol Telephone Indexes. Reg. 75c each. Sale, each, 25c
Globe File Perforators. Reg. 25c each. Sale, each...... 15c
Memo. Calendar Pads. Reg. 15c each. Sale, each 6c
Drawing Instruments. Reg. $4.20, $6.50, $9.15, $10.40
Sale, $3.50, $4.00, $7.50, $8.00.
Mat and Show Card Boards, 1-3 off from regular prices.
Thomas' Sign Ink, V-pt- Reg. 40c, now 30c, 2 oz., 15c, now 10c
53A Detail Drawing Paper. Reg: 12c lb. Sale, lb 8c
Faber's Asst. Color Pencils, 12 colors, $1.00. Now 75c
All High-Grade Office Furniture, Derby, Commercial
and Cutler's makes, 20 per cent to 33 1-3 per cent off
from regular prices. Make your selection while the
assortment Is good. We can deliver any time.
Fifth and Oak Streets
Waealajrtaa Street. Coraer 13th.
Mala 50S1 Pkeaea A 2i.
CHAS. H. ROWLEY. Mar.
Rates far month, one or two
persons In same room, f IS to $26
fer month with bath privilege.
30 to I4S per month with pri
vate bath. (60 to lit per month
for two rooms with bath be
tween. SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK
REASONABLE RATES PER OAT
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $130 a day up
American Plan $330 a day op
New steel ad briek strectare. Third aeV
drtxa mi hondree) roome am boadms.
Ererr saodeea cooveaieoce. Moderate
ratea. Center e theatre and retail die.
trict. On earnnes tranaf orrms all ee
city. Electric eaieiiee swete tiaiaeaad Hnaii.
We Enjoy the Confidence
cf Our Patrons
Every time you set a prescription
filled you place your health -In the
hands of another.
A drop too much of a certain
drug;, the substitution of another or
careless compounding may retard
you on the road to recovery.
We can and will fill your prescrip
tions as ordered by your physician.
Medical Bldr . 351 Alder Street.
Main 7i:. A 712.
$6000 IN 4 MONTHS ;
A Pasadena. Cal, man earned 16000
in four months as our special repre
sentative. Same opportunity In your n
town. Write today for detailed infor
mation and exclusive proposition. R- C
Moore, Sales Manag-er, 120 California "
Building-, Los Angeles, Cal. - "
All Kinds Spanish Cooking-. Best
Wines. Liquors and Beers Served.