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TURNS DOWN DIEGK
All Salary Increases Named
for Public Works Bureau
Are' Uniformly Rejected.-'
OTHER LISTS APPROVED
Defeated Department Head Vote for
Daly's Ilst at Increases, but lat
ter Joins Majority on
s ; Reciprocal Vote. .
t nurartramt of Public Works, un
der Commissioner Dieclc, fared badly
yesterday when the Ulty toromisai,
at a special meeting, turned down an
his recommendations for increases in
salaries of his employes and passed the
recommendations for increases m0
by all other Commissioners for their
departments. The total increases for
the remainder of the year allowed by
the Council amount to about 12500,
Increase were granted to two women
clerks In the civil service bureau, to a
number of water department em
ployes and to a number of others in
bureaus under Commissioner Daly. Al
though Commissioner Dleck proposed
, " .i0h, thft "hiarher uds
increases .&. w -
in his department and 17 subordinate
employes, an wero iuntu -vote
of three to two. The vote was
not the same for each department, the
Commissioners shifting their votes as
each bureau was considered.
General salary increases for police
men, firemen and members of the
1 1 . I. ..--.mAnt WAFB CTranteU
Wednesday by the Council by a vote of
three to two, at which lime oiner
poBed raises were put over for yester
j ' - i i mrtnsr when senaratn
ordinances providing for the increases
were considered one ai a. um
Two Women Included.
The cases of Miss Marcia Burton and
Mrs. Kennedy, in the Civil Service Bu
reau, were considered first. With lit
tle comment the increases were grant
ed three to two. Those voting aye
wer Commissioners Daly. Dleck and
Mayor Albee: those opposed were Com
missioners Blgelow and Brewster.
Increases proposed by Commissioner
Daly were next passed by the votes of
Commissioners Daly and Dieck and
Mayor Albee. No eliminations were
made. , ,
The proposals of Commissioner Dleck
then were voted down, Commissioner
Daly Joining- with Commissioners Blg
elow and Brewster against them.
Mayor Albee and Commissioner Dieck
voted aye. Commissioner Daly an
nounced that he did not believe the
increases justified, as most of those
proposed were given increases Jan
uary 1. when a majority of other em
ployes were reduced.
Commissioner Dieck Turned Down.
Commissioner Dleck had two ordi
nances, one granting large Increases
to higher ups," and the other nomi
nul increases to subordinates. Besides
turning down these proposals, the Cora
mission rejected Mr. Dieck's plan to
create the position of "statistician In
bis department, the ordinance being
Of the Public Utilities increases
granted Commissioner Daly, 11 are in
the engineering service, nine are clerks
and six are inspectors.
The "higher ups" in Dieck's depart
ment who were refused increases were
A. G. Johnson, W. P. Hardesty, C, J.
Kruse. J. C. Sparks. C. F. Fisher, I. C.
Anderson, A, F. Morris and J. J. Brooks.
Others proposed for Increases were K.
B. Dulin, O. A. Kratz. I G. Apperson.
F T Fowler, Oscar Wikander, A. U
. Powell. V. M. Page. G. E. Starks, T. B.
Carroll. A. M. Plebuch, W. B. Lacy, Al
bert Rolling, James Douglass, R. R.
. Hhawcross, D. R. Davies and Matilda
Commissioner Daly'a List Fortunate.
Those who were allowed increases in
' commissioner .Daly's department were:
B. M. Garrahan. G. M. Edwards, J. Fal
coner, C. M. Gregory. 8. J. Benedict, C.
K. Schindeldecker. E. G. Schaefer. E. C.
Strayer, K. E. Britch, G. C. Rasch, D.
Colcord, H. D. German, It W. Hlns
ley, D. B. Thomas, G. C. Early, E, D.
Curtis, A. P. Rufner. J. S. Roark, M,
j. Canavan. W. A. Rood, J. H. Spain,
U C. Boflnger. A. Figslns, J. Fields,
A. TIr Bauman and H. Aumack.
The increases as allowed have
caused much ill feeling among other
employes. When the Commission es
tablished its efficiency system Jan
uary 1 it was understood that all employes-who
had good records at the
end of six months automatically would
be increased. All worked for the in
crease. When the-:mrte came, it is de
clared, "the 'Comfhfssion. instead of
making the increases automatically,
gave them only to a selected few, thus
repudiating the implied promises of the
MARKET EXTENSION IS UP
Question of Doubling Size on;Yam
lilll Street Considered Today. . .
Whether or not Portland's public
market on Yamhill street la to be
doubled In size will be determined by
the Council at a special meeting this
morning, when an ordinance providing
for an appropriation of 1250 to provide
for to more market stalls between
Fourth and Fifth streets will be up
Commissioner Bigelow will present
n ordinance also providing for an ap
propriation of $150 for the erection of
booths In the Alblna market Market
Master GUI appared before the Coun
cil yesterday and deolared that the
Tamhlll market is an unqualified suc
cess and should be double in else.
THEFT CHARGED TO BOYS
Two Arrested Accused ot Stealing
Dozen Fairs of Gloves.
Arthur Baletskl. 17 years old. of 714
Minnesota avenue, and James Sahl
inann, 15 years old. of 716 Montana
avenue, were arrested by Detectives
Coleman and Snow yesterday after
noon and charged with the theft of
a dozen pairs of gloves from the glove
mekme shop at 73 Minnesota avenue.
The boys confessed to the theft of
one pair of gloves each,- but denied
the other part , of the theft. They are
said to bae climbed over the roof of
another building and Into the rear
window of the glove-making establish
ment, whlob is boused in a dwelling.
They were turned over to too
Juvenile Court. . ...
Y. M. C. A.T0CLIMB PEAK
Party of 20 Now Is Being Planned
for Fourth of July.
The first large party to attempt the
ascent of Mount Hood this year is be
ing organized by the physical depart
ment of the Portland Youos Men's
Christian Association. This is the
eighth consecutive year that one qr
more such trips have been arranged
by the Y. M. C. A and it IS possible
that other parties may be organized
later in the season.
, The trip now being planned will start
on July 2, the party leaving for Hood
River, where it will Epend the night.
The next dayit will go on to Govern
ment Camp, and on July 4 the ascent
will be made. The return will be down
the west elope of the mountain, the
night of the Fourth being spent at
Government Camp. At Rhododendron
automobiles will be taken for Port
land. It is expected that about 20 men will
go on this excursion, under the leader
ship of A, M. Grilley, physical director
of the Y. M. C A. Mike Welgant and
Elijah Coleman, two of the best known
guides in the Mount Hood district, will
assist the climbers.
The plan of burning red fire on the
top of the mountain on the night of
the Fourth has been discussed, but will
not be carried out. The Y. M. C. A, last
year tried this, but weather conditions
made the attempt unsuccessful. At
that time S. W. Harris, one of the Y.
M. C. A, secretaries, who thought he
saw the fire from Portland, declared
he would carry out the plan this year.
Mr. Harris recently left for Duluth to
reside and no one else has offered to
head a party to remain all night on
PORTLAND ACADEXT EXERCISES
'AT PRESBYTERIAJT CHURCH.
Declamation Conleet Will Be Held at
Same Time Girls Glee Club
Give ambers Also.
The graduation exercises and dec
lamation contest of . the Portland
Academy will be held In the First
Presbyterian Church, Twelfth and Al
der streets, at 8 o'clock tonight There
are 4 students to graduate in the
class. The programme will consist of
the following nurabeVs:
Organ solo "March" (Bartlett), Ed
gar E. Coursen; Invocation, Rev. Hen
ry Marcotte, D. D.; "Hark! The Robin's
Early Song" (Dynes), Girls' Glee Club;
prise contest In declamation, "Support
of the President" (James), Henry A.
Ladd; "Gentlemen, the King!" (Barr),
Frances M. Strowbridge; "The Spirit
of the Puritans" (Dodge), Walter D.
Krupke; vocal solo, "The Garden of
My Heart" (Ball), Daura Rand; "Be
hold the American!" (Talmadge), Rob.
ert W. Speir. Jr.; "The Passing of Ar
thur" (Tennyson). Marguerite Temple
ton; "On the Road to Mandalay'
(Speaks). Girls' Chorus; presentation
of diplomas to graduates, W. M. Laddi
president of board of trustees; pre
sentation of scholarship prizes, James
F. Ewing; "Philomel" (Nevln), Girls'
Glee Club; presentation of declamation
prizes. KjLY T. I Eliot, D. D.; bene
The members of the class are:
Greek classical course Ruth Corne
lia Fraley, Henry Andrews Ladd, Jesse
r ,Hn Mflssitn1 course Elizabeth
Boyd. Dorothy Elizabeth Collins. Hen
rietta Chase railing, ywu
Foster, Josephine Lane, Catherine
Mackenzie, Antoinette Mears, Joseph
ine Richardson, Grace Rosslter, Caro
line Sibyl Ryrie, Robert Wade Speir,
Jr Marguerite Templeton, Dambert
Scientific course -George Llghtfoot
Tn.-h-lj4 nihBp HTITtnn Ttnr.nrth.
Harold. Ha'seltine Cake, Earl Alpbonso
don Garomans, William Ambrose Ha
seltine. He Sheng Huang, Takln Meade,
Cord Earl Sengstake, Cachot Therkel-
sen, Henry Welnhard Wagner, Ricnaru
Literary course Anna Miriam Beal,
Irthup nlwAAH Till 1 (H n TCvarett Elliott
Cobb, Genevieve Coffey, Helen David
son, Mane Evans Micnener, Berenice
Moyses, Vivien Bannlta Pallett, Rich
ard Frederick Porter, Louisa Byrne
Preston, Margaret Raeder, Frances
Marree Strowbridge, Frances Louise
Titus, Nancy Jackson Zan. -
Modern languages Helen Christine
Adams, Vivian Watson, Neva Marie
Commercial Frances Berendlna
Henny, Adkln Wallace Kingsbury. .
POLICEMEN TO GET REFUND
Old Relief and Pension System Will
A detailed report of the amount of
money paid into the city treasury by
policemen under the police relief and
pension system hae been prepared by
the City Auditor for submission to the
City Council. The Council will be called
upon to arrange the funds so that the
police relief and pension system which
was in effect before the new act which
was declared to be unconstitutional by
the Supreme Court several days ago,
can be placed back In operation:
It is probable some of the polloemen
will be given refunds from the amount
because of their having paid Into the
fund a sum amounting to more than 60
cents a month, which Is the limit plaoed
on the payments under the old act. Re
funds to policemen, it Is shown, will
average about 93 for the older members
of the force. under tne oia pension
system, which will be used, policemen
will be entitled to $10 a week sick and
disability benefits and pensions in case
of total disabilities. In addition funer
al expenses will be paid and relief will
be granted to widows and orphans or
LISTER FAVORS GATHERING
Governor Advocates Convention of
rT .tmvt a Wnali.- Juna 18, -fSDe-
niai r.nrnor Lister has issued a
statement that he favors the plan for
a state Democratic convention.
&(-.- I -m u r. Tflrfi. whfl lfl be-
Ileved te be opposed personally to plans
for a convention, recently was uuoieu
as saying that most of the state lead-
aaa nnaa Afl t ft be esrsinst the nlan.
Mr. Todd has not yet made a decision
on the plan.
For baby's comfort Santiseptle Lotion.
A large National advertiser start
ed out to get a new point of view on
He teok a large circle of friends
and asked them this question:-
vkat nnbllentlen would yen
honee If you were enlr permitted
te have one?"
In every ease tne reply was I I
could set along without everytalns
else except my newspaper."
The advertiser put the result of
his little experiment to . practical
He decided he could get along
without any other advertising ex
cept the newspaper. This year he
is a large user of newspaper space.
Next year he Is going to double
his list of papers because his busi
ness has shown such an Increase.
Experienced shoppers give
all mail orders prompt and
Portland Agents Gossard Front-Lace, Nemo, Bon Ton and Royal Worcester Corsets
Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in Basement Tea Room on Fourth Floor
We take enr discounts ana
Kladly slve you yotrs In
d. A II. Green Msmi'S.
A boon to humanity.
Fills all the require
ments of talcum
powder and keeps
mosquitos away. 25c
can for only 19
Olds, Wortman Sc King
Reliable MerchandiseReliable Methods
Store Eoun 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Every Business Day Saturday Included
P o r 1 1 a n d Tt
Store invite you to
make this yonr
in the city. Make
U!e of our rrt room
hlu..2 M6reBays of June White Sale
Do Your Shopping Today Every White Article Reduced Except Restricted Lines
Women's $28.50 Dresses $9.98
A Remarkable Sale
Department, Second Floor A fortunate special purchase
enables us to quota an extremely low price on these beau
tiful Dresses. .All are new and the styles comprise the
season's newest effects in ruffled, plaited and flounce
models. Long or short sleeves, high or low necks. Ma
terials include Serges, Shepherd Checks, Wool Challies,
Wool Crepes, etc. On account of the wide diversity of
styles, you are sure to find a pleasinff CO Qfi
model. Dresses worth up to $28.50 for only P''tJ
Stylish New Suits
At 2 Price
Department, Second Floor A rare opportunity to select
a stylish new Suit and pay just half the regular price.
Garments taken from our regular lines styles which have
sold down to two or three of each. Fashion's latest mod
els, colors and materials inciuaea in wis special emo.
S2n nn Snits now SIO.OO
S2S.00 Suits now 812.50
Garment Salons ?30.00 Suits now S15.00
Second Floor. $35.00 Suits now $17.50
$45.00 Suits now S22.50
150.00 Suits now $25.00
$65.00 Suits now $32.50
175.00 Suit now $37.50
Cool Summer Waists, Friday at $1.89
Women's Wool Sweaters, Special $4,49
Department, Second Floor Women 's Wool
Sweaters for mountain or beach wear.
Shown in plain and fancy weaves, in fine
or heavy ribbed. Roll or Byron collars.
Some with belts. Colors tan, cardinal,
white and gray. All sizes in C4 JQ
the lot. Priced very special at
Department, Second Floor A variety of
pretty models in these sheer Waists for
warm-weather wear. Marquisettes, Batistes,
Crepes and Linens. High or low necks, long
and short sleeves.' Some with the soft roll
collars. Daintily , trimmed. C? 7
On special sale today at only '
$3.50 and $4.00
Department, Second Floor
Discontinued models . in Nemo
Corsets, priced for immediate
disposal. These are good styles
and the materials are of the
best. All sizes in the assort
ment, from 21 up to 36. Reg
ular $3.50 and $4 QQ
Corsets Friday at pWeJa
$15.00 Corsets $3.98
Discontinued models in Ma
dame Mariette Corsets ; also
sample lines of Bon Ton Cor
sets. Grades sell- CO QQ
ing up to $15 for aP-aVO
Men's $1.50 Shirts, Special 95c
Men's 25c Hose, Pr. 19c ffi
Department, Main Floor
Men's fine grade soft-cuff
Shirts with collars to match.
AIbo plain or plaited bosom
with stiff cuffs plain white
and colored with neat stripes.
Reg. $1.50. Special Q eZ
for this sale at only-7-''
Men's $6.50 Panama Hats, Now $4.95
Dept. Main Floor Men's fine quality Panama Hats in one
m l .f hmnil stvlae nri-it for Friday and
Saturday's selling at way under regular. Com
plete assortment size. Regular $6.50 Hats at f'9
Men's $5 Stetson Hats $1.98
Men, surply J'01" Summer
Hosiery needs here toUy.
See our famous "OWK"
Hose in black, navy, pray,
lavender and wine shade
with reinforced heels and
toes, sizes 9li to T Q
11 V j. Kg. 2oo Hose Xat-
Department, Main Floor Genuine J. B.
Stetson Hats in popular styles also our
"Cheshire" and "jNapoieon" son ana uu
felts. Hats selling formerly C? J QO
New Balmacaan Raincoats
We have just received a new shipment of
imported Balmacaan Raincoats for men.
Stylish Knglish cuts in tweed and eraven
ettes. Tbee are priced fifh
for this sale at $18 and
to $5 on special sale, choice
Men's 50c Underwear for 39c
Men's $1.00 Union Suits for 79c
tSj' msL' VTl
Department, Main Floor Special
sale of men's cool Summer Vnder
w e a r. Balbriggan, Porosmesh
and honeycomb weaves in white
and ecru. Short or long-sleeve
shirts knee or ankle-length
drawers. The regular &0o '-tlir
Jnderwear on sale now'-'''
Men's light and medium-weight
Rummer Union Suit in ecru or
white. Short or long sleeve and
ankle length. Then art an ex
cellent $1 quality. A complete
range of all sizes and priced spe
cial for this sale at tbe7Qr
IV" 1 - B '
Children's Bloomer Dresses, Special 69c
Children's French Style Dresses on Sale at 59c Each
Bargain Circle, Main Floor Children's
Bloomer Dresses ideal garments for
beach or mountain wear. These are made
f, of splendid grade percale, in light and
dark last colors, xveauy wimiueu wnu
bands of solid colors. Ages "fylif
to 6 years. Priced special at only '-'-'
All Girls7 Summer Coats at Sale Prices
$3.25 to $14.25 Wash Dresses '4 Off
Department, Second Floor Mothers who
are planning to take the children to the
beach will do well to take advantage of
this V3 Price Sale of Coats. All the new
est styles and materials. Ages 2 to 14
years. Coats selling at f Priff?
$8.50 to $21.00, now at
Men's "Porosknit" Summer Union Snits. all sties, now for 51 J?
Men's "Porosknit" Summer Shirts and Drawers, pncea k oniy
Men's B. V. D, Union Suits all sizes a garment. 51. A-oUt f
Men'i B.V.D. Underwear shirts and drawers-the garment &OC
Soils' Straw Hats
Department, Main Floor Our
entire stock of Boys' and Chil
dren's Straw nts now at re
duced price. Take advent!.
$1.00 Soft Tliable Straw. &D?
$1.50 and $1.75 Straw, 1.2H
Regular $2.00 Straws, 5M.U
Regular $3.00 Straw, S2.Rf
Regulsr $3.50 Panamas, $2.0.'
$.5 Milan and Panama, $4.45
White Rah-Rahs, Crushers 50
Great Sale Boys' Suits
Our great June Sal of Boy'
Clothing continues. Now is the
time to outfit your boy at
the lowest prices of th vear.
$ 6..r.0 to $ 7-r.0 Suits $..!."
$ 8.50 to $10.00 Suits, $7.05
$12.50 to $15.00 Suits, $9.05
Double-breasted and stnrt Nor
folk in the newest fabrics.
Bargain Circle, Main Floor These at-
tractive little French style urease r
made of good grade ginghams, in stnpes,
checks, etc. Also in plain chambrays in
pinks and blues. They have short sleeves
and Dutch neck.. Sizes for chil- TQ
dren 2 to 6 years. Special at-'-''
Tt.n.rf.mnnt Second Floor Girls' Sum
mer Wash Frocks of percales, chambrays,
linens, eponge, crepes, poplins, etc. Beau
tiful new garments in the prettiest style
imaginable. Ages 2 to 14 years. Df'
selling . formerly at $3.25 l f4f
to $14.25 now on sale at just ' v
Friday Specials in Muslinwear
June White Sale Ends Saturaay
Corset Covers, 59 Fine quality
crepe and nainsooic, eagea wun
linen and Val. laces. Several very
attractive styles in this line. Com
plete range of sizes in the f Qt
lot. Juno White Sale-'7'
$1.25 Corset Covers, 9S Special
assortment of dainty Longcloth
Corset Covers. Shown in many
attractive styles. Trimmed with
lace and embroidery mi) QQp
dallions. Reg. $1.25 grade -'-''
$5.00 Undennualins, $3.33 Beau
tiful French garments Princess
Slips, Combinations, Gowns, Draw
ers, Corset Covers and Skirts all
hand embroidered in floral designs.
Regular $7.50 grades 0 Q Q
si.ftS. 5 erades ?--
of' the finest French Hand-Made Gowns
$3.50 Combinations, $2.08 Made
of fine quality nainsook, neatly
trimmed with pretty laces and
embroidery medallions. Regular
$3.50 grades. On CO QQ
special sale at only PeW0
$9.50 Pajamas, $3.98 Women's
frog-trimmed Pajamas, in blue,
white and lavender. Odd gar
ments worth to CO QC
$9.50 on sale at only peJeaJCJ
New Envelope Chemise A new and
very popular garment. Fine nain
sook, trimmed with C T QQ
laces, eto. Special p J.
Crepe Gowns, $1.12 Several at
tractive styles in this line. Trim'd
. with colored embroidered wreaths
and colored edges, only $1.12
and Combinations on sale at 1-3 off
. . - . , n ate. I in cn - - S . O L2
Women's $15 Crepe de Chine oowns, gxu; ?a uowns, jo ana v-.u
a unpcial showing of the new Straight Petticoats, embroidery trimmed; at only Q8
Trimmed Leghorn Hats for $3
The Latest Mid-Season Shapes
Millinery Department, Second Floor Don't judge the quality and
style of these Hats by the price we've put upon them, for they are
worth very much more. Fine quality Leghorn straws, in a grt
variety of the much-wanted shapes. Beautifully trimmed with
i . riUnno in virv rpw color and combination. -
ceptionally pretty Hats at this price. (III
On special sale today, yonr choice on
Trimmed Panama Hats $3.95
Department, Second Floor Another special lot of
those attractive new Panamas has arrived. They are
effectively trimmed with ribbons, "FS J ? 95
breasts, etc. Priced special, while they last V
$4.00 to $8.00 Hat Shapes at $1.00
White Hat Shapes at $1.89
Beautiful new Untrimmed
White Hat 6bapes of fin
quality Hemps and Mi
lan. . Special for today
at the low Cf OQ
Second Floor Take your
pick of our entire stock
of colored Milan and
Hemp Hat Shapes Reg
ular $4.00 to ci nn
price of only
S3. 50 Shoes
Odd Lines on Sale
One Day at
Special one-day sale of odd lines
women's and Misses' high or low
Shoes. Some of these are a
trifle imperfect, but all are
good styles and leathers. No
telephone or mail orders filled,
no exchanges, none sent on ap
proval. Shoes worth up to $3.50
offered at this speoial 7 ETsm
sale for low priee of a-
Table Linens and White Goods Reduced
$2.75 Pattern Cloths, slae 2x2 yards, now $2.05
$3.25 Pattern Cloths, size 2x2Va yards, now $2.0
$3.75 Pattern Cloths, size 2x3 yards, now $3.05
Regular $7.00 Scalloped Tea Napkins, do., $0.50
Regular $2.00 Hemstitched Cloth, Scarfs, $1.48
Only Two More Days of White Sale
Department, Main Floor-Thoroughly dependable Table
Linens from the world's best makers linens that will be
a source of delight and satisfaction every time you use
them. Take advantage of the special prices, as follows:
Richardson's $17.50 Linen Sets, 2V2x2Va yards. $13.1 0
Richardson's $23.00 Linen Sets, 2 x2 yards, $18.75
Richardson's $27.50 Linen Sets, 2 x2Va yards, $20.75
Richardson's $30.00 Linen Sets. 2 x2 yards, $22.50
Richardson's $32.50 Linen Sets, 2 x2 yards, $4.38
Richardson's $35.00 Linen Sets, 2. x3 yards $20.2o
Richardson's $1.00 Damask, special the yard, 85
Richardson's $1.35 Damask, special, the yard, $1.18
Richardson's $1.85 Damask, special, the yard, $1.48
Regular $8.60 Hemstitched Tea Napkins, dos, $5.00
Regular $1.75 Jiemstitcnea uioms, pcana, i,oa
At $1.69 and $1.39
Bargain Circle, First Floor
St. Regis and Chippewa Indian
Moccasins. Painted or heavy
beaded style, with haod-tumtd
collars and overlap straps. Cool
and restfal for wear about the
house. Full line of all the six.
Men's and Wo- C T ?Q
Children's and CI OQ
Girls' Moccasin P --
June White Sale Bedspreads andTowels
Reenlar 1.75 Crochet
Bed Spreads, $1.35
Reemlar $2.25 Crochet
Bed Spreads, $1.75
Heavy, large size
Bath Towels at 21
Extra heavy Bath
Towela on sale 25
Laree size Huck Tow
els on sale at 10
Sheets on sale 72
4Bullseye" Play Suits
6000 Yards of New Rippelettes
Priced for Friday, the Yard at -
Main Floor A popular rough-dry fabric, which J j I &
: ;,-;,,, Th iilnal wash material for
Summer dresses. Shown in full line of colors. i,
Friday Grocery Specials
New York f ull cream Cheese the Uawaiian sliced Pineapple O Fin
best Cheese for Welsh two can. now for only-'
rarebit, priced the pound, Ott. Giquot Club Ginger CT fif?
Crosse & Blackwell's Luc- IJ tZg Ale, dos. pints for
ea OU, special, the bottle, '' Speoial demonstration of new
C. & B. Bloater, Shrimp 0 "Trieolator" for making perfect
and Anchovy Paste, jar-C cof f e at the M. J. B. booth.
AllRefrigerators a t Special Sale Prices