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THE MORMXR OREGONIAN. TUESD A' T SEPTEMBER 30, 1913.
SCHOOLS ASP COI.LKT.ES.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
PrtntlnK-Roera -. " MTO. A
City Circulation ..
Sluumi Editor ,
Main ivivi - - - -
Sain to;, a os
Mam A 0i
Sam .!. A os
HElLIO THEATER K'JJ" "!?c . ?T7uj
son. The comedy hit, " "Vr" .gii?
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at a-1;
ORPHEUM THEATER Broad way and Tay
lor) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at .
and tonight at t :1a.
BAKER THEATER iBrpadwayj and M orri
son.j Baker 1-iaycrs In "Hawthorn, U.
a. A." to night at 8:15.
FANTAGE3 THEATER (Broadway and Al
der) Vaudeville. This afternoon at
and tonight at 7:10 and .
EMPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Tim
hill) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at
n.i tnnlrht at 7:30 and .
LTnic THEATER (-Fourth and Stark)
Musical comedy. "The Hustling air.
Hustle." Thla afternoon at 2:14 and to
night at :3u to 10:4 o'clock.
PEOPLE'S, 6TAR. ARCADE. OH JOT.
TIVOL1 AND CRYSTAL First-rua plo
...... 11 A. II. to 11 P. IL
mi nuRU THEATER (Sixth and Wash
ington) Continuous first-run picture
from 11 A. U.
rinRR THEATER rlCleventh and Wash
Ington) Continuous lira t-run motion pic
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth "
vativhn t Mla.hllL foriiana vs.
land. Thla afternoon at 8.
nl.. Cr Arm J R MrnOKALD'l r UNERAL ncuj,
TAta -KT. !. of Claude. B. Me-
:Pfflarrkert We Matlock J2JlaiS
dr. last year by Building In-pector .Psor -tendance
Plummer. Either the market block or future, a nere a mbershio of
Dr. Marcotte paid
Plummer. Either the rnarKet n funerai fr0m the membership of
some location on the East Side U urgea, at VJ Church and his friends.
It Mr. McDonald was graduated from the
. - . . T I M M f I inn 11 I.I WHR KI UUUI-7W . '
avenue, near Jf """ron - Jeto. High School, was active in
i" ""RrXctwd and that it all the school activities and a member
ove'r an entire block The communi- &PIa"chl Fr
catlor, , to th. .Mayor and Cojnm'-.oner, raternlty, ta of UnBty
says that what Is wanted is a puo . porter Is Buried. The fu-
D. Porter, who died ti
nntrolled and regu- W. D.
marrow . ---- - ,. in Us,.l f W
ers ni':-;"-,-- .---fhB.t the residence. 370 Park street. The service
nf the First Congregational
Change. Port. Church .and solos
iU.tt.il J A IC""n -
Ena&wr'wiy meet the producer at was conducted by Dr. Luther K. Dyott,
consumer may metji. L11D I . . i ti rnnm.crntlnnal
such market place."
land Woodmen of the woria are " Tt,"'7t hsei-vlces. The floral offer.
terested in the ouicomB vi - . beautiful. The
ence wnicn is "ems .,,H.,r. were: Judge Gatens, D.
delegates on the subject oi a p-.-I k - Ivan Humason. J. N. Casey.
tion of the wiiio V.,",": William Prindy. J. P. Buckley. Edward
ign body, or me " I .V-. and J. Frank Barrett Interment
diontrinfuc plot ,n Hlverview
, .n.inn nH indeDendence. J. O. Cemetery.
iur kii...- --- - IH I TTT.nrr PRESIDENT EXPECTED. J. Hi.
Wilson, clerk oti" jrrrr; ;;int of the Northern
naiiuaivtut ' -
T. R. Wisbt Dies at St. Johns. T. B.
Wlsby. of St. Johns, died at nis
residence on Mohawk street Sun
day, September 21. after a linger
ing illness. The cause of death
was cancer. Mr. Wisby lacked two
months of being 80 years old. He was
a native of Indiana and had lived In
Oregon for 34 years. He was & mem
ber of the Methodist Church and of
the Grand Army of the Republic He
i survived bv his widow and flve
laughters: Mrs. Lots Evans, Medford;
.Mrs. Lola Lindley, St. Johns: Mrs. Wil
liam Bu:iard, Edna, Wash.; Mrs. Delia
Kearns. Rainier. Or., and Mrs. George
Beauchamp, Medford. The funeral serv
ices were conducted at the Blackburn
I'ndertaking rooms Monday, September
22. Rev. J. R. Johnson, of the Church of
Christ, officiating. Interment was made
in Columbia Cemetery under the aus
pices of the Grand Army of the Re
public and the Women's Relief Corps.
Gcm Causes Fine for Gakbijno.
Judge Stevenson held gum to be of
real value in Municipal Court yester
day, when Martin Ingram, who operates
a cigar store in the Wells-Fargo build
ing was on trial, chaTged with allow
ing men to shake dice In his place.
Sergeant Harms, who made the arret
with Patrolman Schiller, contended that
turn was worth money and that shak
ing dice for it was gambling. The
Judged fined Ingram $10 and released
P. II. Cremere, who was in the place
and was held as a witness.
John M. Jackman to Bb Buried. The
body of John M. Jackman, who died at
Butherlln, Or., has been brought to
Portland and the funeral will be held
today from Dunning's chapel, 414 East
Alder street. Mr. Jackman was 68
years old. He Is survived by his widow,
Mrs. E. Jackman, and was the father
Df Orlin G. Jackman. of Portland; Mrs.
Luel'.a Booth, of Oakland. Cal.; Ray
U Jackman and Mrs. F. L Senter, of
Portland, and Glenn Reed, of Eugene,
School Enroujcent Grows. Port
land public schools yesterday showed
in Increase of 1973 pupils over the
flrst day of the third week of last
rear. There Is quite a large increase
m two of the high schools, Jefferson
ihowlng 1113 as against 986 last year
and Lincoln havng 1210 against iuou
In 1912. The increase since the first
day of the present term Is S582. The
total enrollment yesterday was 27,246
lgainst 26,173 in 1912.
PosTomcB Ekpiots Guilty. A.
Chenoweth. an employe of the Post-
Bffice. was found guilty of rpeedlng on
a motorcycle yesterday in Municipal
Court, and was fined 30, that being
the speed It was proved he had at
tained. When he said be would sooner
lock up his machine for 30 days, the
ludze aareed. It will cost him 350 If
.he machine is seen about town Inside
:he named period.
""" Penst's Landing to Bb Observed.
Commissioner Dieck. president of the
Pennsylvania Club of Portland, has
ailed a meeting for the purpose of
making plans for celebration of the
t32d anniversary of the landing on
this continent of William Penn, at
Marcus Hook, in the year 1681 on Octo.
ber 59, The meeting will be held at
the Portland Hotel, Thursday at noon,
and It Is in:nded to prepare an elab
Christian Science Lecture. Pro
feasor Hermann S. Hering, C S. B,
membe- of the board of lectureship of
Mother Church, the First Church
Christ Scientist in Boston, Mass.
deliver a tree lecture on v-nno-
tfan Science next Thursday and rl
day evenings at 8 P. M., in the edifice
of First Church of Christ, Scientist,
-Nineteenth and Everett streets. The
public is invited. Adv.
Dilworth Firm Name Changed.
Supplementary articles of incorpora
tion changing the name of Geo.
Dilworth & Co. to Geo. Frazler &
Co. and making the life of the cor
poration perpetual Instead of for 25
years, were filed In the County Clerk's
office yesterday. The corporation is
engaged in the wholesale and retail
clothing business with offices on East
Bioelow Takes Up Cudgel. Objec
tion on the part of property owners to
the proposed establishment of a barn
at East Tenth and East Oak streets
resulted yesterday In City Commis
sioner Blgelow starting a fight to force
the promoters of the project to abandon
the nlan. It is said that a local com-
nanv nroDoses to erect a stable for
the housing of 25 horses.
Bar Association to Meet Tonight.
The regular monthly meeting or tne
Multnomah Bar Association will be
held tonight at 8 o'clock In Judge Mc
Ginn's courtroom. Joseph N. Teal will
deliver an address on the recent meet
ing of the American Bar Association
held at Montreal. A large attendance
of the local bar is expected.
Parents and Teachers to Meet.
Tk PirMt-Teachern" Association of
. Mnntuvllla school will hold Its first
Fall meeting in the assembly-room of
the school at 3 o'clock toaay. u. a.
Grout, Assistant Superintendent of the
Cltv Schools, will aaoress tne meeting.
rnaTU Divorce Granted. Sustain
ing the complaint of the plaintiff. Judge
Cleeton yesterday granted a divorce to
xr niiva Foster from Franklin Marian
vnr on srrounds of desertion. The
couple were married in Cripple Creek
Colo- In July. 1907.
Oriental Rug Sale. Too can select
here at your leisure ana ouy cnoice
rugs for less than auction rugs. Money
returned it- not satisfied. Every rug
aruaranteed. Cartoxian Bros.. 473 Wash.
In response to numerous requests
,,. fr. concert of beautiful Geraldine
Farrar records will be repeated at
r-ii.. -ita.l halL Broadway and Alder
.t t 3 o'clock P. M. Eilers
. . j -
Mnslo House. Adv.
st.l A 45-horsepower. 650-volt,
Crocker-Wheeler motor, complete with
standard blade starter, no voltage re
lease and 75-ampere over-load I-T-E
circuit break.- In a-i conamyu
Ar room 203 Oregonlan bldg. Adv.
Vacation Over, Welcome Horn. Let
us make your housecleanlng a little
Bna ronnvate your mattresses
nillnwa. Portland Curled Hair
Mattress Factory. Fifteenth and Love-
Joy streets. Main 114. a ii-
s..a rtn US-volt, direct
current generator, complete with field
rheostat, ammeter and circuit breaker.
hlne is in srood repair. Ad
dress room 203 Oregonlan bldg. Adv.
Civic League to Meet Tonight. A
meeting of the Oregon Civic League
m H nld tonlsht at 8 o'clock, In
yesterday that h D ' 7 V. n'a tr of the system and
will be receiver TV, , - " h porUand late this
that if the sepan
on the name m " , " v n .nmlne the presi
tlon would be P"'"UJ' , . th- hTaVnninar of the presen
Western Woodmen. Mr. Hannaford
i...i.juiinn haa property bmu bubib. ,-.
amounting to about $15,000,000 and has are George T. Slade. vice-presiaent,
amounnns ' i..iH. I or ati Aral manager: C. L
600.000 members, wnue mo "7...-5. w T.
' . -.nA 1. nn1 ITS I VlnkAla t7fnfrjll MUUBI lUlCUUOUii
jurisdiction has luu uuu mBmuC. -.,' ef enneer: Hasen J. Titu
assets are id.uuu.wu.
' m hA con. otheTfl.
h"'? "bv a eoSSTm.ro? 50"active Grifkith Again Succeeds Josseltn
" . . . . I ra tf TnCAlirn w n f 1 I IPH V 1 II 1 rVi I-
members of Centenary Metnoaisi -i.ii.v.u a. o. : Kp York.
to provide funds for the expenses of land to make his home In iNew Jor
the entire year at one effort, doing tendered his resignation from the ex
away witn the necessity of a hard pull ecutlve committee of the Commercial
at the end. This committee ot ciuo a t. "","1. velterayT 7ank.
assemble tonignt i" """ ":VT.r;;: ., ;r.or of Mr. Jos-
ganixatlon and plans ror tne camp tin . '"f,"""", th pdtrt-
The territory will be o , , .yn -"r;-- p" - Com
family win De wcateu - -""-' .Ad him
district will be assigned to certain pany, was i,,h
membeV, o,his committee. The actual on the executive commltte , n
canvass will be made ana complex patriotic ootuh to .
in one day. October 7. Dr. perlntenoent oi ,,d t o th e
been returned to centenary wur tnat an oror -"hnol. to
Parole Is Revoked. Following tne principals ;nat
recommendation, of the grana jury teacn tne P P Tasion all may
which reported last ween, any 1""'." Vh Those
Judge Gatens yesterday revoKea tne De .o.e o "ArnVri," "The
vJd9 o7 obVaningy Ty f aTse pre- ar-SpafglM Banne and "The Battle
tenses, and the prisoner win do requ.. yu.u nK Return,
to serve nis sentence f.r," t..lm Cox. who
the State Penitentiary, xne grim ju., jouis ei" '"'' , ,, alI
heard evidence of a second onense m- were exuea iruiii -- - -
feVto nave been committed by Woods th by Judge fl
ana ratner man rem... : M""1 "":"".. that thev
t against h m recommewea terday mpfnln5' wrr the temnta-
tne paruio u" i were unaoie LlJ " "-" . -
Each got ou aays n -
1 the M
I will "
By the Forelock"
In the real estate
business means set
tling title matters
quickly and surely
by using Guaran
teed Certificates of
Call for booklet
Title & Trust Com
pany, 4th and Oak
thA rourt revoke
which the man was at liberty. I tion.
vkrnon Circle- to Meet. The penalty.
vrA-nnn P,,nt TAftcnerS UUO win
.nmnrrnu at 2:3U OCiOCH 111 luo
Law students Reprimanded. Twenty
. i - ... v.r vAre arre5ttsu v.
u u -."77-." , o, nn head-
Vernon school. The speaaer cnarB t when they
O M. Plummer. xne suoject im qum mi .:., . v.-,!! out
Sderatfon will be co-operation with went to the "1 0 Vt?olma
the school authorities in estaDusnmg a wuson x. t""yr.nrA.rllr Con-
eommunity home, where not only tne Martin naa "r - ln
regular course In domestic ki tuuui, -----
. B. Jl .fth. VArnon Munii-iiia Court yesterday.
De taugnt wiu. ""'-""-'"""; Txr... nM.,i-To or-
hool, but also a place, wnere m ' ' - 1 tr-isKJvii " . . n..imn a
ities of interest to the girls 01 ims ganiza a Kansas ouuie
district .may be centered f """r meeuns "V" T, i7V.M at 8 o'clock
who is interested is urgea wi uo 1" rlower oiai --fth and
Fall Fatal to TiNNER.-Charle. tonigt, 8 "f ormer Sansans resld
c..v, nt mi West Towler street, St. Oak streets. Aii ioruici mt.
.. ... ' . , . 1 i i thA cltv are mvuou v
Johns, who was nun ounaay oj van- ...
- ,, . .. T. . (.n.nl.antn In 0.
IXS.- ATTEION, STUDENT, , J, DE-STR
Wen he ffieiS Sort Cons October ,
his shoulder and injured him internally. irsi uaemui, k Alv
7 . . on - ih wan nn- I tinn. Wednesday at 0 o ClOCK. AO'.
married. An Inquest probably will be Ex-Portland Man's Wiiti Dies Lll
held He was in the employ of the ,lan a. Baker, nee Monk, wife of
Abbott Roofing & Tinning Company. Leonard A. Baker, formerly of P"t-
t t pAUBr.iv. rt-m ASRATTLT. InTMl Alea OH oeuwiuuBi
ilUBOA"" --. - " htr
. . . . i n i wif. tr a TiT-ATnan- in n.... . i mvrixTn . "
charged with having hit her husband new offices, Panama bldg. Third, and
ovat the head wltn an umoreim. i a ller. aov.
S. Williams, the nusDana, swurc m
war-ant for her arrest yesieruay nun
the case will come up ln District Court.
wo Sat.pl A 40-K- W- 600-voit,
Crocker-Wheeler generator, complete
with field rheostat and circuit breaker.
in a-ood condition. Aaoress room, sua
Orearonlan bldg. Adv.
Leaving Crrr. My Irvlngton home
sacrificed at real bargain. Terms 3o0
a month. Owner. AC 404. Oregonian.
For Rent. Eight-room
New Bills Open at (he
EVERT conceivable sort, size, Bao-ii"
and color of bicycle big. little and
furnished ., -i-ai noveltv and miniature,
house. Kings Heights. For particulars . . f scrapl! of jUnk. wheel-
i At v Anan anv -
aaaress j v.s. . I v. ,.. n, .nrncoba flash on ana on
Have you employment for studentsT headline act at the
Notify North Pacific college. ' . ln lta entirety Is
0.7. .itff I UUUIIC.i
foot I - - . . . tr Hum
tt. - . t.iinr Mnhawk I one or tne Dest tvw. xlo-vvj 1
IU. uuk.i, I -nrim- a V,
bldg.: moderate prices. Adv.
Geraldine Farrar, an the Tragic
Japanese Girl. "Cbo Coo San,"
is Pncelara "Madame Bntter-
fly" The Great Arts From
oBartnO;" Will Be Sana; by
Mlaa Farrar Tomorrow Even
ing; at the HelllaT Theater.
"As it Is Impossible for human
nature not to dote on fairy
nrlncess es. so it is Inevitable
that an audience should fall in
love with Geraldine Farrar." is
the way one of the Seattle critics
begins his revue of the beauti
ful concert given there Friday
evening by the inimitable golden-voiced
Farrar and her splen
Miss Farrar's first entrance at
the Moor Theater ln Seattle "was
ulsrnirirant nf the magnetic per
sonality of thla most-gifted
amonc th vounrer singers of
America. The biir house warmed
to her Instantly from the
packed balcony and galleries, no
less than from the crowded main
floor, there was sent to the sing
er an instantly cordial welcome
which kept her bowing and smil-
Ine her thanks for several min
utes. The warmth of the wel
come was unmistakable, nor was
Its Import lost on Miss Farrar,
who see m e A charmed and de
lighted by the genuineness and
sDontaneltv of the greeting."
There is probably more interest
shown regarding the aria irora
"Butterfly" than Is some of the
other numbers, charming as
they are: everyone wants to hear
Farrar sing that wonderful
melody of Puccini's, for, with her
marvelous power of concentra
tion and her vivid Imagination,
she brings to every hearer, even
in concert, the tense and tragio
utnhappiness of the little Japa
.,. wini. tvn hau the bicycle act,
and he does a lot of legitimate comedy
and some real tricks, inen ueB"
....j. nf hvhrid nines ana wo .uui
ence goes Into the hands of a receiver.
t,- o TT.io.htv funnv act.
Favorites with the audience are Tom
Dingle and Jack Corconan. One is lean
and longdrawn out. tils partner jb
n.nn., and acts mostly as a "feeder
for the lanky ginK. me
and one of the shrieks of their act is a
farcical conversation relative to sell
ing an automatic doormat, i nese mirw
..,. s ta of headline Quality.
ThA Tamer" is the title ot tne bk.bi.cu.
Mabel Florence, an lS-Karat, ciever
little actress plays the role of a wife
who isn't satisfied with what she has.
but who is glad to cnerisn it. wueu
-v.. think some other woman Is going
to steal her husband. Beresford Lovett
acts the husband and plays It brilliant
ly. The lines are tremendously keen,
the satire snappy anu los nuum on. ......
goes over like a little Kiagara.
ThA Ma o-vf vb are human salamanders,
They eat fire in great gobs. Out of
tubes they draw the flame into their
mouths and out of pans they eat fork
fulls of fire. Then tne man nasyiyo
xplodes gun powaer nis moum mi
keeps Interest at rever pitcn.
The Gaumont weeaiy tuiuuuss m
Pretty girts, catchy songs, gifted
.aIkIih a harnlst who Is a genius.
L..a. rhA ira nimble, wizards, in
1 a ntanlst WHO is a genius
ihMA and more too are to De loumi
I o, ciniimi this week. "jar. ween
ni-Aiitloii" is a musical burlesque which
Introduces many delightful specialties.
The Four Marx Droiners ana men
I.1.HAT mmninv of actors are present
lng one of the biggest attractions that
has ever been given in vaudeville. In
"Fun ln a HI Skool" there Isn't a dull
second; everything goes with a sip and
each member or tne cast ,n gnnm m
singer and (dancer. Saba Sheppard,
nrhn i known In the school as "Ger
trude Hoffman," Is a stunning beauty
with a good voice. Dot Davidson, or
Tane-uarv." Is as pretty as a pic
t.a nrf sines charmingly. Julius
vto thA schoolmaster. Mr. Green.
does excellent character work and
makes speeches that send his class
Into fits of laughter.
Eddie Howard, the funny clown, is
a circus all by himself. Greve and
Green, two entertaining minstrels with
a wonderful make-believe dog that
howls at the music are mirthful fel
George and Victor .Harris are oncor,
out of the ordinary.
T7a Tt ta ErafflnA which Is Pantage
language for "movies," completes a first-
EVERT act on this weeK s urpnoum
bill Is up to specifications and for
the most part they spill over gener
ously with entertainment,
Lulu Glaser, who will never be lor-
gotten for her Dolly Varden success.
comes as a headliner. singing a bomb
or two ln the Glaser voice and smiling
the radiant memorable Glaser smile.
Her fun Is infectious. Tom Richards,
who has been associated with her ln
musical comedy for the past half doz
en years, nas tne same posiuuu,
tatnor singer, with Miss Glaser in ner
vaudeville sketch, "First Love. ine
muslo Is tuneful and Mr. lucnaras
voice is especially fine.
Next in line of interest are tne mree
Langdons Rose, a motorist; liarry, a
hauffeur, and Tuny, a waiter.- j
1914 model of heaven knows wnat
make Tully and Rose crawl on to the
Men honklnsr their horn. xnen oc
curs every accident known to motor
dom. Tully chases about, mending the
car, while Kose cnais Diimeiy
the waiter of a roadsiae tavern, in
the novelty of the Idea and the side
splitting comedy of the trio that make
riot of the act.
r.onrc-fittn is a dainty little miss, who
has new songs and sings them with
youthful vigor. Her best one Is "I
Wlsht I Wuz a uoy" ana ino jujuu
boyish abandon of Its lines maae
friends for its tiny singer.
Swor and' Mack, in DiacKiace, give
truly realistic impressions of South
.m riarkiea. They have a dialogue of
argument and explanation that keeps
everybody ln spasms ot roinu.
Jack Sidney and a pretty utue miu
named Billee Townley present songs
and dances of their own manuiaciure.
The opening act IS or precenuoua
n,i.n and of decided interest, A trio
of comedy acrobats, who are past
graduates in their art, offer what they
call "The Pumpkin Girt.' Kitty Sut
ton, boneless wonder, is rolled inside a
pumpkin, wnicn is umeicooij mAoov.
about by Harry Sutton, strong man.
ThA other one of the trio, Jim mcm-
tyre, dances, and ail tnree auuru uu-
Closing the bill Is Klutlngs perform-i-o-
r.irAnns rabbits, cats and canines.
The motion-picture depictment of the
world's weekly events closes a good
Every department presents exceptional
Books 'All Kinds
Desks, Chairs, Etc., All Cut
At Exceptional Reductions
At Saving Prices
At Big Reductions
Engineers' and Architects' Supplies
At Radical Reductions
THE J. K. GILL COMPANY
THIRD AND ALDER STS.
-I T Sriffr
Montevideo, Uruguay, now has a pop
ulation of 362,290 persons.
THE Only Con
rEARL TANGLdSX. mysuo socio
r shares honors with "The Hustling
Mr. Hustle" at the Lyric this weesu
Surrounded with Egyptian scenery and
robed in Oriental costume she sits be
fore the audience and answers the
miAstions they have written. &ne
gives her opinions or occult inspira
tions fearlessly, "too, not hesitating to
tell the man who wants to marry to
get up nerve and ask his sweetheart
or again when asked why the girl is
indifferent Miss Tangley will answer
"Because you have been stingy. one
tells the wives whether or no their
husbands are true, and the girls are
advised, of the constancy of their best
beaux. . .
In the merry little musical comeuy
that precedes the Tangley performance.
Billy Onslow and Gus Leonard are a
clever team of funsters ln character
roles. Madge Carreg Is a new and
nhpi-mlna' member of the company who
sings sweetly and wears a split skirt
that Is extremely dashing.
rtnT-oth- Raymond is elaborately
A.T,nA fn thA nart of leading woman.
She has a solo. "To Have and to Hold,"
which she sings onarmingiy.
Mason is clever ln her song "Looking
for a Husband." Nat Wentworth. as
Randolph Dearborn, is up to his stan
dard as actor and singer. Frank Con
fer as a Southern General has a makeup
that is typical.
There will be athletlo contests by the
girls tonight and again on Friday even
ing. SEATS NOW SELLING
At the Heilig Theater for tomorrow
evening's concert by Garaldine Farrar.
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In selecting a beverage re
member that your pleasure in
using it will come from its
flavor, its wholesomeness
and its purity.
In these qualities
AlYM Pi A
Is always satisfying. It's
amber clearness and refresh
ing taste are the result of
painstaking experience in its
You can always be sure
that Olympia is as good as
the finest materials and
modern brewing processes
can make it.
Use it as a home beverage.
Phone for a case today.
Phone Main 671 or A 2467.
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(From Our Artesian Springs)
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Portland's Best Apartment House
g. W. Ccr. Broadway and Jefferson
Elegant unfurnished apartments,
first-class service, heat and hot
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I ... Than Four Dan at Seal
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Comer Third and Pine Sts.. Portland. Or.
Or Ask Any Ticket Agent.
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Park and Oak Streets
ment, t f hop Repair
IL Theory In
struction. HL Bond Lea
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By Portland Visitor
Will Always Praise Plant Juice Be
cause It Did the worK lor ner
in Short Time.
This 'statement s from Mrs. Georg-9
Hubbard, of Minnesota, who Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Frank Harris, at 39
Marguerite avenue, this city. She says:
"I was ln bad health when I left my
home ln Minnesota, but thought prob
ably a change of climate would Jo m;
good. However It did not, and I had
about given up hope of ever getting
better. I had a severe case of dyspep
sia, suffered greatly from nervousness
and poor circulation, my hands and,
feet would get so numb and cold that
I would often have to put them ln hot
water to start the circulation. I had
rheumatic pains all over my body, slept
very little, and what Bleep I did get
did not seem to rest me, and I felt
tired all the time. I was almost a phy
sical wreck when I commenced tak
ing Plant Juice. I had not used half
a bottle when I knew I had found tha
right thing at last. I kept on taking
it and kept on improving, now I feel
as 11 I could enjoy life again. My
stomach is ln fine condition, my nerve"
are steady and strong, I sleep good and
wake up rested and refreshed, my cir
culation is splendid and my hands and
feet are warm and natural. I am glad
to recommend Plant Juice to all suf
ferers. I think it Is a great remedy.'
Plant Juice is truly a great remedy.
Try a bottle and be convinced. It helps
others and it will help you. For sala
at The Owl Druir Company. Adv.
There has been a large Increase In
the number of Chinese newspapers
since the revolution In that country.
Shanghai alone now has 24 newspapers.
St. Louis aldermen have passed an
: Assistant Manager
lecture room A of the new. Public 14-