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TITE MOttXTXQ OREGOyTAy. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
. OUEGOMAX TELEPHONES.
Managing Editor Main 7070, A 6095
City Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Advertising Department ..Main 7070. A 6095
City Circulation Main 7070, A 6095
Composing-room Main 7070, A 6095
Printing-room .Main 7070, A 6095
Superintendent Building .Main 7070, A 6005
HErt-IQ THEATER (Eleventh and Morri
son) Margaret lltington in the drama,
"Within the Law." This afternoon at
2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morrl
on) Baker Playera In "The Easle.t
Way." This afternoon at 2:15 and to
night at 8:15.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
vauphn Baseball. San Francisco va
Portland. This afternoon at S.
ORPHEUM (Broadway and Taylor) Thla
afternoon at 2:15 and tonlsht at 8:13.
PANTAGE3 (Broadway and Alder) Thla
afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 7:30
EMPRESS (Broadway and Yamhill) Con
tinuous from 1:30 to 11.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SurFRAon to Be Discussed. "Wo
man's Suffrage" will bo the topic of
discussion at the luncheon of the Ore
gon Civic League at the Multnomah
today. R. A. Booth, Republican aspirant
tor United States Senator, and H. M.
Esterly, candidate for the Democratic
National Committee, will tell about
inserting suffrage pi.-s in the plat
forms of their respective parties. Mrs.
E. 8. Parsons, of the University of
Oregon, will talk of "The Influence of
Women's Colleges on Worsan's Suf
frage"; Miss H. E. Marshall, a well
known English writer, educator and
suffragist, will tell about "Woman's
Suffrage in England," and A. F. Flegel,
Democratic candidate for Congress,
will talk on "National Suffrage for
Stxvens Builduio Inspected. Fol
lowing the regular weekly luncheon of
the Portland Realty Board yesterday,
its members were conducted through
the new 12-story Stevens building.
West Park and Washington Btreets,
which was opened officially yesterday.
The visitors were ushered through the
building from the basement to the top
floor by Charles Holbrook, manager.
The features of the special medical and
dental equipment were of particular
interest to the realty men. Tenants
have moved into their quarters and
the building is in full operation.
W. S. Curtis Buried. Funeral
services for William Spencer Curtis,
son of E. D. Curtis, principal of the
Sunnyside school, were held yester
day in Finley's chapel. Interment was
in Riverview Cemetery. Mr. Curtis was
34 years old. He was born in Oregon
and he served in the Philippines with
the Third Oregon Infantry during the
Spanish-American War receiving an
injury to his back which, is thought
to have caused his death.
Do You Live on the East Side? Are
you in the market for an automo
bile? Have you kept track of the Ger
linger contest for the "Big Free Bonus"
one for each district on the East
Side? Districts are being sold out
rapidly. Office building section and
West Side comes next. Write, phone
or call for map showing unsold dis
tricts. Gerlinger Motorcar Company,
Washington at King. Marshall 1915.
Sick Mother Seeks Sons. The As
sociated Charities earnestly desires to
communicate with David and Jimmy
Merrill in the Interests of their mother,
who is I1L David was last heard from
in Eugene, and Jimmy in Eastern Ore
Ron. Any friends or relatives who can
give any information will confer a
tcreat favor on a suffering woman, by
reporting to the social service secre
tary. Associated Charities, Main 717.
Goddard Gets $25. John B. God
dard. a real estate dealer, received a
verdict for ?25 in Judge Gatens1 court
yesterday in a suit against Mrs. Lillian
M. Davies, for $245 commission for the
sale of the Bradford Hotel. He charged
he had interested Mrs. Bertha Goode in
the hotel and introduced her to Mrs.
Davies. as a result of which meeting
the deal was closed. He asked for J245
6 per cent on $4900.
Attention, Members op Scout Young
Camp No. 2, II. S. W. V. The funeral of
our late Comrade Jesse D. Bollam, late
of Hospital Corps and Company E, Sec
ond Oregon Volunteers, will be held
in the Dunning & McEntee Chapel,
Broadway and Ankeny street, at 2
P. M.. Sunday. May 3. All members are
requested to be present. By order of
the Commander, C. R. Hotchkiss;
George H. Carr, adjutant. Adv.
Mazamas to Climb Mountain. For
their Sunday trip the Mazamas will
leave town on the North Bank train at
8:30 A. M. and go up the Columbia.
The party will climb Archer Mountain,
from the summit of which fine views
are obtained, and will return to the
railroad in time to takp the local train
lue in town at 6 P. M.
Flotd Brooki.er Sought. The As
sociated Charities is anxious to com
municate with Floyd Brookler in the
interests of hiB wife, who is ill and
helpless. Any of his relatives or
friends who know of his whereabouts
will confer a favor bf at once report
ing to the social service secretary
Postponed Hikb Revived. The Phys
ical Culture Walkins Club "hike,"
postponed last Sunday on account of
had weather, will take place tomorrow
over the same route as was laid out
n week ago. The hikers will start from
Eightieth and Glisan streets, at 1:15
Thu Measure- on- Love. To whom
much is forgiven the same loveth
much. Sermon by Rev. Charles A. Nuss
bam. Sunday morning. May S, at Recital
hall, 149 Tenth st. Cordial invitation
extended to aJL Adv.
Garden Leotubd Announced. Dr
f. F. Hodge will give an illustrated
talk on "Gardens and Garden Insects,"
at the St. Johns Library, tonight at 8
o'clock. All interested are cordially
invited to be present.
Ice Machine for Sale. Five-ton
Harris ice machine in perfect order
with all coils, pipes and fittings com
plete with two storage doors, can be
bought cheap. Paso & Son, 120 Front
Church Soctett to Entertain. The
Cood-Fellowship Society of Trinity
Church, will give a musical entertain
ment at the parish house. Nineteenth
and Davis streets, Tuesday night at 8
Rose Citt Maternity Hospital fa as
moved to 204 22d st. North and con
tinues under the personal management
of Mrs. W. A. Elvers. Now open for
b u s i n e ss. Adv.
The Benefit for Pattom Homb will
te held at the Benson Hotel, May 6
at 8 P. M. Musical programme under
the direction of Mrs. Rose Bloch Bauer
and other well-known artists.
Dr. Andrew C Pan-ton has moved to
Stevens bldg., cor. W. Park and Wash
ington streets. Adv.
Portland Sash a Door Co., office
and salesroom, 354 Union ave. Phone
East 1225. Adv.
Dr. R. J. Chtpman has moved to
Stevens bids.. W. Park and Washing
ton. Adv. 5
Dr. Hicks C. Fenton and Dr. Raich A.
Fenton removed to Stevens bldg, cor
Washington and West Park. Adv.
Judge Stearns late residence. ' 198
King st., for rent. 408 Broadway bldg.
Dr. Holden moved to Stevens bldg
W. Park and Washington sts. Adv.
Dr. E. A. Pierce moved to 809
Stevens bldg. Adv.
Xa. Harrt JT. Maui has resumed
practice. Offices) Morgan bldg;. Adv.
School Entertainment Enjoted. An
entertainment was given yesterday
afternoon in the assembly hall of the
Brooklyn schooL Selections were ren
dered by the juvenile orchestra, which
was followed by the comedy, "Gradua
tion Day at Wood Hill School," ren
dered by the pupils of the school The
play required a great variety of
characters Including the "graduating
class" and the directors. "Joshua
Brogg," president of the School Board,
was there in a place of high honor.
"Ira Lowe," champion fiddler of Wood
Hill, furnished the music. A substantial
sum was realized which will be used
in the purchase of a picture or some
other memorial to be placed In the as
sembly hall by the departing class.
Special Scndat Excursion. A spe
cial train will leave First and Stark
sts., at 1:30 P. M. Sunday, May 3. for
the Powell Valley, a four-hour trip to
the new district on the Mount Hood
Electric, where people are beginning to
go. where a living can be made from
a little land, while it is advancing in
value; where the growth of the city
adds to the profit of the crop, where
soil, location and low prices offer great
opportunities for the payroll dollar.
Small farms, all In cutivation, that will
support an average family can be
bought on easy monthly payments, and
each tract given special attention by an
expert gardener without cost to the
buyer. Get round-trip tickets. 25c from
Umbdenstock & Larson Co., 286 Oak st.
Divorced Husband Wins Burr. For
the second time within a year F. H.
Redsecker has recovered a verdict
against his divorced wife, Mrs. N. J.
Wade, on a note made by her in 1911
and for services rendered. A verdict
for $2616.42 and $250 attorneys' fees
was returned in Circuit Judge Davis'
court yesterday. Last Spring Redsecker
received a verdict for $2525 and $300
attorneys fees, the second trial result
ing from a decision of the Supreme
Court setting aside the first verdict.
The note was made in 1911, more than
two years after the couple had been
divorced by Judge Thomas McBride.
Advertising Talks Scheduled.
The business of advertising from the
viewpoint of the legal profession will
be the subject discussed at the meeting
of the Inner Circle study class of the
Portland Ad Club at' the Commercial
Club, Monday night at 8 o'clock. Judge
Gantenbein, Dean of the College of
Law of the University of Oregon, will
talk-on "Advertising Copyrights": W.
C. Bristol will talk on "Trade Marks,"
and F. H. Whitfield will talk on trade
marks from the standpoint of indicating
what may be regarded as a perfect and
what an Imperfect trade mark.
Ralph Modjeski to Speak. Ralph
Modjeski has promised to give a
lecture before the Oregon Society of
Engineers at a special meeting which
has been called and will be held In the
Portland Library, Monday night at 8
o'clock. Mr. Modjeski is one of the
members of the commission having in
charge the construction of the famous
Quebec bridge. His address will be
Illustrated and will deal with soma of
the world's most important bridge
building achievements. The meeting is
to be open to the public.
Columbia Officers Get Recluse. A.
P. Anderson, the 72-year-old recluse of
Willow Bar, , near Sauvies Island, was
turned over to the Columbia County
authorities yesterday by United States
Marshal Montag, one of whose deputies
arrested Anderson at his island home
in the Willamette Thursday morning.
Captain Henrici, of the steamer Minere,
complained that Anderson shot at his
vessel three times as she was passing
Willow Bar. Anderson says he was
shooting at crows that steal his
Grange) to Give Comed-j; Tonight.
The Dramatic Club of Russellvllle
Grange. No. 353, Patrons of Husbandry,
wil present a three-act comedy, entitled,
"Her Gloves." The hall is on the Base
Line road. Mrs. Irene Hood is coaching
the players. J. W. Mills, Fred Miller
and Miss Julia Mlckelson are the com
mittee of arrangements. The parts of
the play will be taken by Misses Mabel
and Clara Julia Mickelson. Olive Mills,
Clara Hager, Edna Mills, Arthur Hager,
B. Speer, David Hood, J. W. Mills and
New Stamps Issued. The 7 -cent
stamps of a new issue, announcement
of which was received by Postmaster
Myers yesterday, are printed in somber
color. The stamp bears a profile of
Washington. In all there are five new
designs In the new issue. The new 9
cent stamps are pink, the 12-cent
stamps maroon, the 20-cent stamps
light blue and the 30-cent stamps ver
milion. All these bear the profile of
Franklin. The new stamps are of usual
Onlt One Indictment Found. The
only indictment found by the present
Federal grand Jury is the one against
Nick Plumas, charged with violation of
the Mann white slave act. Plumas is
charged with bringing- his wife. Beryl
Plumas. 16 years old, from Utah to
Oregon for immoral purposes. The
girl came from Salt Lake City. She
has been taken care of by friends In
Portland since Plumas' arrest. He will
be arraigned Monday.
Alleged Mail Robbers Brought
Here. Floyd Thomas and Ira Foltz
were brought to Portland last night
from Roseburg by Deputy United States
Marshal Armitage, to whom they were
turned over by Sheriff George K. Quine,
of Douglas County. The men are
charged with mail robbery. It is al
leged that they entered the depot at
Myrtle Creek the night of April 27,
ripped open the mall pouches and
opened registered letters and packages.
Mrs. Collins Named Guardian.
Circuit Judge Cleetou yesterday ap
pointed Mrs. Catherine Hawthorne Col
lins guardian of the estate of her two
children. Donald H. Beck, aged 19, and
Catherine Forster Beck, aged 16, whose
property, the petition states, is worth
approximately $76,000. The appointment
was made on petition of Mrs. Collins
and the children. The father of the
two children is dead.
Anti-Cioarstte Services Set. Special
anti-cisarette services have been
planned for the Millard-Avenue Presby
terian Church next Sunday. Dr. W. T.
Stout will address the boys upon the
evil effects of cigarettes. Mrs. J. H.
Zehrung and Rev. William H. Amos
will make short addresses. Music and
recitations will be a part of the pro
gramme. The Sunday schoo will have
charge of the evening service.
Miss Holbrook to Speak. Miss Carrie
A. Holbrook, president of the Young
Women's Christian Association, will
speak on "Things Worth While," at the
vesper service at the association, at 4:30
o'clock. Sunday. The public is Invited.
Special at Mace's Market, 37 North
Broadway: Spring chickens, 50 to 75
cents each: hens. 23 cents a pound, de
livered to any part of the city. Adv.
Drs. Corner. Jones, Sears and Jotce
have moved their offices to the 11th
floor of the Stevens bldg. Phones
Marshall 801, A 6018. Adv.
Julius Silvestonb, attorney, removed
to suite 523 Lumbermen's bldg. Same
Dr. Skene has moved his offices to
suite 806 Stevens bldg, Washington and
West Park. Adv.
Dr. A. G. Bettman. physician and
surgeon, moved to 809 Stevens bldg
The Ivy Press. John N. Mann now
located at 382 Stark St., cor. W. Park,
Pittock block. Same phones. Adv.
Ecosss Bland has moved his law
office to rooms $26-829 Northwestern
Bank bldg. Phone Main 974. Adv.
Da. Carl T. Rosa has moved to the
Stevens bids;. Adv.
Dr. M. Fried removed, Morgan bldg.
Main 656. Adv.
Dr. Geckos F. Koehler moved to
Stevens bldg. Adv.
Dr. Frederick Rossiter has moved
to the Stevens bldg. Adv.
Peter Coatee, of the great London thread
making firm of J. & c. Coatee, left an es
tate of 12,000. 000. The deata duty to be
paid to the. state will amount to $1,894,000.
BENCH PAYS HONOR
Death of Hon. Rufus Maliory
Casts Deep Gloom.
FUNERAL SERVICES TODAY
Judges and Lawyers Will Attend
Ceremony In Body r residing
Judge McGinn Takes Initiative.
Marshal of Body Xamed.
The funeral of Rufus Maliory, emi
nent Portland attorney, of the law
firm of Dolph, Maliory. Simon & Gearin,
who died at 5 o'clock Thursday, will
be held at 8 o'clock today. Services
will be held in the chapel of Finley's
undertaking establishment. Fifth and
Montgomery streets, and a private
service will be held at the Portland
The active pallbearers will be C F.
Swigert, G. C. Haworth, H. C. Camp
bell. Hall S. Lusk. Chester V. Dolph and
R. W. Price.
The honorary pallbearers will be
Joseph Simon, John M. Gearin, George
H. Burnett, Henry E. McGinn, J. C.
Alnsworth and W. W. Cotton.
Circuit Court Judge Act.
When Circuit Court convened yes
terday morning. Circuit Judge McGinn,
presiding judge, invited all members of
the court Into his department and an
nounced the death of Mr. Maliory.
"It is most appropriate at this time
that this bench, before which he prac
ticed 40 years. should take soma
action," Judge McGinn said.
On motion of Attorney Robert C.
Wright, seconded by Attorney George
W. Stapleton, Judge McGinn appointed
Attorneys Joseph Simon. H. H. North
up. P. L. Willis, W. W. Cotton and
John B. Cleland to prepare resolutions
on behalf of the bench and bar of
All attorneys are requested to meet
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon, in the
rotunda of the Courthouse, and pro
ceed in a body to Finley's undertaking
rooms to attend the funeral. Judge Mo.
Glnn appointed Whitney L. Boise
marshal of the body.
Feeling- Tribute Paid.
In speaking of the death of Mr,
Maliory, Judge McGinn said:
"When I read in the newspaper this
morning of the passing of my dear
friend, ihan whom I never had a bet
ter one, I said to my wife, as was said
by King David when he learned of
the death of Abner:
" 'Know ye not that he is a Prince
and a great man that has fallen this
day in Israel.'
"Few men have impressed them
selves on Oregon more than Rufus
Maliory. He became identified with the
bar In 1874, when appointed United
States Attorney, which position he held
until- 1882. Since that time he has
engaged in general practice.
"While he was a lawyer of the high
est attainments, he will be best re
membered by the Oregon of early days
as a brilliant orator. No man was
ever heard on the political stump to
better advantage. Any one "Who once
heard him plead the cause of the Re
publican party in bellum and ante
bellum days never can forget him.
"Of late years he has devoted him
self exclusively to the practice of his
profession and his success was very
"His memory will be honored and
revered by all who knew him."
VICTIMS TO-BE CREMATED
Three Dead From Tuesday Xight's
Klre Still Are T"n Identified.
Funeral services over the three vic
tims of the tenement fire at East Ninth
and Washington streets Tuesday night
will be held tomorrow at the Portland
Crematorium, Coroner Slocum an
nounced last nisht. The men are still
believed to be Richard Hall, a laborer,
65 years old; Joseph O'Nell, a gardener,
60 years old, and Lewis Stewart, a la
borer, 55 years old, although positive
identification Is Impossible. .
O'Neil was to have called for a pack
age of gardener's cards Wednesday, but
has not appeared. Stewart's coat, so
soaked with water as to be non-combustible,
was taken from the debris
close to where his body was found.
The coat was identified by cards. Hall
was known to' have false teeth. One of
the three bodies is toothless.
GOOD LUNCH TODAY.
Women's Exchange, 11:30 to 2. Oyster
cocktail, French fish cakes, anchovy
sauce, chicken a la King, cold lamb and
potato salad, baked beans and brown
bread, fresh' green peas, buttered par
snips, stuffed egg, lettuce hearts. Iced
cupped custard, devil's food cake. Adv.
fprlngrielrt Farmers Organize.
SPRINGFIELD, Or., May 1. (Spe
cial.) For the purpose of securing
better markets for their produce, a
score of farmers in the vicinity of
Springfleld met at the Mount Vernon
school and organized the Springfield
Co-Operatlve Association, and affiliated
with the West Coast Co-Operative As
sociation, with headquarters In Seattle.
The first shipment of two carloads of
farm produce was made today. Officers
were elected as follows: President, W.
S. Dodd; vice-president, Thomas Mc
Klnnis; secretary-treasurer, F. W. Bar
tholomew; directors. E. E. Morrison,
Philip Saul and E. W. Levee; distribut
ing; agent. E. E. Morrison.
A Million Bid. Adv.
At low rates
On inside properties
See us first
Commerce Safe Deposit
and Mortgage Co.
91 Third St.,
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Hi MgffiB in
OUR Escrow Depart
a gratifying and profit
. able service to all par
ties concerned in con
nection with, clothing
realty sales, exchanges
Title and Trust Co.
n'ourtn, near starK ijj
A Thinking Man
looks to the future. How
about your owning a home
with hundreds of other
thinking men and women?
Say good-bye to the rent
receipt and pay on your
$500 and Up
with terms of 50 down, 10
monthly on any residential
lot. Get in the northeast
ward path of progress. Buy
now. Buy for the future.
Go out to Irvington Park
tomorrow for your Sunday
outing'. Take Dekum-ave-nue
car to end of line.
Realty Co., Owner
Lumber Exchange Bnlldlnar,
Second and Stark.
The part that
play in warfare
is told by LT.-COMMANDER
MANNIX in his article on
"The Light Cavalry of the
Sea" in the May
At All ftews-stand.
is a good towel
stained or in.'
from us. Wm
supply the best.
Maia398 A 1123
Look! Who's Here!
MAI Give Me Another Piece of
GEE! IT'S GOOD!
(Order Today at Your Gro
Baked by t. S. Bakery
Eleventh and East riand
First and Oak Streets
Telephones: Main 165 A1165
The Store ef 160 Per Ceat temee.
New Wash Suits at
The season's newest Oliver Twist,
Middy and Vestee Wash Suits on
sale Saturday at a reduction averag
ing 20 per cent sizes to 10 years
,ot8me.r..40 PER CENT OFF
Straw Hat Days for
the Kiddies. Too
See our window tull of the newest
Rah-Rahs, Rugbies, Octagon and
Middy Blocks for the youngsters at
prices ranging from $4.69 forjt!.
Panamas down to....... OOC
Boys' 2-Pant Suits
Finest All-Wool COMBINATION
Suits in the city for bovs to 18
years, at 9, $8.50. $7.50
143 SIXTH. Near Alder.
in Oregon and
151-153 Fourth St.
I he Most Popular
Washington St, Cor. Twelfth.
Chan. H. Rowley. Mgr.
Fireproof. Modern. Kmronean Plan
Running Water, Both Phones,
Clothes Closet, Two Parlors and
Beantlfal Marble Lobby Katraneo
Daily Rates, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50.
Boa Meets Trains and Boats.
$18, $20, $220, $25 per Month.
Detached Bath, no Extra Charge
$25, $30, $35 Private Bath.
nwrKvr your ams
THE hmAT, HOWE LAMP
The Raral Home jcWee a
llrht Ilka the sun. eaa7 on
the eyes, yet powerful
enough for tne largest
room. It ean fall down,
stairs lighted with perfect
safety. No smoke, smell,
wicks or chimneys. Burns
common gasoline econom
lcally costs lo per nlghi
Tf, w. MAjrsrmo
LIGHTING Jt SUPPLY CX.
- Dent. B. safe alxta a.
ftoas Main. S3 IX. ,Peo-iinad Or.
Convenience Store Open Saturday
Here is a special showing of
Comfort Clothes from the House of
Kuppenheimer. Norfolks in a dozen
styles to fit you and every Summer situation.
Tailored from featherweight fabrics and mo
hairs; coats ys lined, skeleton lined, patch
pocket styles everything and anything in
gooa ciouies tor bummer weather wear. Prices
15.00. $20.00 and 25.00.Kpa
he Norfolks at. .............. ........ PU
Bring your boy here for one of these
stylish new Norfolk Suits we're showing at
$o. They're made for long service and com
fort, as well as style. Many of them have two
pairs of knickers. Extra values in boys' long
pants Suit3 in Norfolk and sack models at $10.
va na If fro jfMM
Gus Kuhn, Pres.
Steinbach & Co
Buy Straw Hats Now
At Greatly Reduced Prices
95c $1.85 $2.45
We are ready with the largest and most complete stock of
"STRAWS" in the city. In this lot'you will find f p
the newest and best shapes at ridiculously low price j s3C
This line comrriHes Sennetts.
Split Straws, Porto Ricans,
In low, medium or high
crown. All the new Eastern
novelties. Specially priced
for early season selling at
this reduced (Nl nr
Price ...;j i.o
Here are the newest "crea
tions" in "Men's Millin
ery," We have a large va
riety of styles to select from,
and have included our $4.00
Panama Hats and imported
Straws in soft or hard brims.
Introductory r A
price 3) on. .ft 3
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
SEE OUR LARGE WINDOW DISPLAY
Eastern Hat Factory
64 and 66 Third St., Bet. Oak and Pine Sts., Worcester Bldg.
The Oldest Reliable Dental Co.
DH. W. A. WISE,
Always in Personal Attendance.
Our skill is acknowledged and
our promptness In finishing- work
in one day. when required. Is ap
preciated by out-of-town patrons.
Dr. Wise is a false-tnoth ex
pert. There Is "ALWAYS 0H
BEST" In every calling-, and Dr.
Wise lays claim to this distinc
tion In Oregon. 27 years' ex
perience. What we can't guarantee we
LOW PRICES FOR
Gooa Robber Plntee.
Tne Best Red Rubber Plates, each
22-K.arat Cold or Porcelain Crown for .
WISE DENTAL CO.
FAJUHG Btril,m?fG, THIRD
Entrance on Tnira
when I can fit you with a pair of eye
glasses or spectacles that -will give you a
lease of life.
BERK ARB Mr PRICES i
Lenses Sphero In your own
Lenses Sphero in Alum,
Lenses Sphero in Gold
Filled frame. S3.SO
Lenses Sphero (enrred) in
O. F. Glass Mtg SS.OO
Kryntolc Lenses S8.00 to S15
STAPLES, The Jeweler LfEXL?t.
Until 10 P. M.
9. A M. Munpi Give
TufMrperatet In Oregon Maklnsr
tee ft A RA1 Th'.K on work turned
out abiulnrly aeod.
PLATES W I X IT FLEXIBLE SCC
TIX The very bent and latest In
modern dentistry. No more tallinjr
plates. If you are havin plate trou
Wes. get Dr. Wise's advice as to what
should be done and the cost of dolna
't KllFR. We can extract your teeth
absolutely without pain and free
wnere piaie or oridework Is ordered.
Our b r t d g e w o r k,
Htate of per
moving from t b e
specialty ia Crown and Brldgework.
Main 208. A S02.
AND WAHI?fGTO, S. E. CORNER.
Street. Portland. Oreson.
About Your Eyes