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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Manaslnr Editor Main T070. A 8095
L.ity .Editor r ;
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A 8093
Advertising Department.. .Main 7070, A 8093
City Circulation Main 7070, A 6095
Composing-room Main 7070, A 609o
Printing-room Main 7070. A 6095
Superintendent Building.. -Main 7070, A 6095
HBILIO twitatrr fRlAventh and Morrl-
foai Annette Kellerman in toe photo
iUv. "Xeutune'a Daughter. toil aiter-
noon at 8 and tonight at 8: SO.
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morrt
son) Motion pictures, "Top o' the World.'
urn l?rra irpknr vlAWI and leCtUrOB,
Continuous oer'ormance. starting at 12
o'clock noon till 11 P. M.
This afternoon at 8 and tonight at 8:30.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK (Cars from
.First and Alder) McElroy's band, musical
comedy and vaudeville. This afternoon at
z and tonight at 8.
ORPHEUM (Broadway and Taylor) This
afternoon at 2:18 and tonight at a:xa.
EMPRES3 (Broadway and Yamhill) Con
tinuous from 1:B0 to 11.
FANTAGES (Broadway and Alder) This
afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 7:80
MOVING PICTTJRH THEATERS.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
- COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
OREGOXIANS AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following
agents, at your Summer resort.
to secure the most prompt aenv-
ery ot The Oregonlan. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are
payable In advance:
Bay City, Or. Seeley Stome.
Brlehton, Or. J. A. BaldwlB
Carson, Waasu. . . .Carl B. Smlta
nnlBnhla Rat.A.. - -- -- -- .-
Mra. IS. E. Burl. bead
Gearaart. Or. E. J. Falrhorst
Long Beach, Wua, J. II. Stramhal
Mansanita, Or. Emll Laraell
Nahcotta, Wash. J. H. Brows
Newport, Or. George Sylvester
Occam Park D. E. Beechey
Rockavray Beach. . .Frank Miller
Shepherd's Springs, Wash.
Mineral Springs Hotel Co.
St. Martina Springs, Wash....,
Mrs. Sf. S. Martin
Seaalde, Or. Clark Stratum"
Tillamook, Or. J. S. I.amar
Wheeler, Or R. H. Codey
Latthki.ittthrt (Tl.rmwoirBW Tr GlVll HELP FOB r JLM1LT ASKXD. A. nous"
rimmpT fin Wr, J r TTiimnhrev. for the Summer Is belnr souent Dy in
rknimin nf th indies' n torta inmnnt Associated Charities lor a deserted wife
mmmitiAA nf th T .a nrAihiirxt ninb. an- I who. with her. four daughters, hag
nnunces a i-nnntrv fair to ha held at I recently come under the care of the or
the home of Dr. H. I Katner at Ullsan I ranizauon. im eiaesi ot iu "
st-nA Thirrv.ninth atr.ot, Saturdav I daughters Is 18 years old and Is worn
night June 27. A varied list of at- in for 5 a week. This is the oniy
tractions will be presented Including! resource the family has. In her ex
the old-fashioned side shows, "revised. I tremity the woman appealed to tne as
modified and brought down to date." A isociated Charities to provide assistance
danrlno- nlsffnrm will ha hunt card of some sort and a place In Which sn
tables placed music furnished and might live, for a time at least, with
everv whim and fancy will be surfeited rent paid. The family Is In serlou
with smiiunntnt Tha admission f unds I need, of itroceries. Temporary measures
raisad will ha 11 fieri to heln furnish the I of relief have been taken and It is
new clubhouse soon to be built. No I hoped that a house may be found b
Invitations will be issued all club for the end of the present week.
members invited to come and bring I Mb. Calvin B. Cadt will give th
their friends. I opening lecture of his normal course
Swedish Lecturb to Bb Given. A. O. I for teachers of music and other sud
Assar, a prominent newspaperman and Meet at the School of Music Educa
inhim, win -iir on iliiistratnd lecture t tion. 715 Everett St.. cor. 22L Wednes
this evening in the Swedish language day, June 24, at 10 A. M. A five weeks
on Sweden, at the Central library, course in art appreciation with prac-
Tenth and Yamhill streets. Among the tical work in color will be given by
illustrations will be films depicting the Miss Anna P. Brooks, until recently
demonstrations of the farmers and assistant to i-roiessor jjow, oi ujuni
students of a few weeks ago in Stock
holm during the political crisis. Fol
lowing these pictures. Mr. Assar will
take his hearers on a tour of the
northern part of the country to see
the mountains, the rivers and the mid.
night sun. The lecture was originally
bia University. Prospective students
are Invited to attend the opening
lecture. Telephone Main S99. Adv,
Citt TO Mark All Its Tools. Te
curb the theft and loss of city prop
erty arrangements have been made for
the us of official brands on an tools.
announced for the new hall of the Port- I apparatus and equipment in the city
land Turn Verein. Mr. Assar arrived
here last night on a tour of the coun
try. The lecture begins at 8 o'clock.
School Presents Court Scenev The
ninth B class of the Mount Tabor
school gave the court scene from the
Merchant of Venice" in the assemDly
hall yesterday afternoon In costumes
that were appropriate. The play was
given under the charge of Miss
Struchler and Miss Doble. Those who
took part were: Harold Graham, Walter
Rumbaugh, Dorothea Short, Marion
Forte, Gordon Falk, Mark Miller, Wil
liam Johnson, Walter Mlddleton, Cody
Baldwin, Frank Vail, Frances Aetna,
La Verne Deuchar and James Boulette.
The glee club sang, "Daybreak" and
"Lo, Again." The rendition was attended
by parents and friends of the school
and was greatly enjoyed.
Milwauktb Commercial Clcb Meets.
The Milwaukie Commercial Club will
have for its guests tonight the follow.
service. Dies for making Impressions
in iron and brands for burning the
city's official seal on wooden parts of
tools were turned out yesterday ana
will be used at once. The city has
lost a great many tools through theft
and it is believed that when marked
this can be curbed.
Dr. Morgan Will Speak. Dr. William
Conger Morgan, professor of chemistry
in Reed College, will talk at the lunch
eon of the Rotary Club at the Mult
nomah Hotel today. His subject will
be "The Pathfinder of Progress." In
spite of the fact that a number of
the "llvest" members of the club are
at Houston at the international con
ventlon, those who are left behind are
to make an effort to make the weekly
luncheons. If possible, livelier than
BONNBTLLB VICTIM MAT DTK. On SO-
count of the critical condition of Hugh
Ferguson, who was shot by Jim
lng representatives from Oregon City: Petrone at an Eagles' picnic at Bonne
T. W Sullivan, president of tne ure-1 ville Sunday. District Attorney Jivan
gon City Commercial Club; C. G. I yesterday refused to accept bond for
Huntley, president of the Oregon City Peirone or G. Galluccl. Both men are
Board of Trade: O. D. Eby. of the Main hem in the County Jail, Petrone on
Trunk Wire Association: A. A. Price, charge of assault with intent to kill
secretary of the Oregon City Board ot and Galluccl as a witness.
Trade; W. A. Dlmlck, State Senator I Tmporart Hoiis ron Girl Sodoht.
from UlacKamas county; Ldoya Kicnes will some kind family give a home
Mrs. Tatb to Speak. Mrs. Robert
H. Tate, president of the Oregon Child
Welfare Commission, will speak upon
the .subject of "The Education and
Care of Our Defective, Delinquent and
Deaf Children." The meeting will be
held Wednesday at 2:30 P. M. in the
chapel of the First Presbyterian
Church, Twelfth and Alder streets.
City School Superintendent Alderman,
secretary of the commission, will
and George H. Bannon. Matters of
general interest will be considered.
The meeting will be held on the lawn
of W. E. Morand s home.
Weinberger Must Pat $1363. A
verdict for $1363 was returned by
jury In Circuit Judge Phelps' court'
yesterday in favor of Roy House
against Constable Andy Weinberger.
House sued for ,1384. The constable
will file a brief today .to have the
verdict set aside on the ground that
House conducted his business in the
Yamhill Sanitary Market under the as
sumed name of the People's Butter &
to a sweet little fatherless glrL 11
years old, whose mother must go to
the hospital for two weeks' She 1 a
well-mannered child and her mother is
a good deserving woman. Telephone
social service secretary. Main 717.
TRADES PUPILS EXHIBIT
sueak of the plans for the backward
children In Portland schools. Mrs. C. Grocery Company, which-was not reg
A. Ward, president of the Oregon As- Hstered. Weinberger attached House's
soolatlon lor tne .uaucation oi tne jjeai, business for a 1200 debt said to be due
will explain methods used in teacning I a butter concern.
speech to tne deal ana win give a Memorial Service to Be Held. Out
demonstration. of res,pect to the memory of the late
juatwooo jj r i v n xussiDsiNTs -u- David Campbell, Chief of the Fire JJe-r-LAiN.
Declaring that . they donated partment, who was killed in a fire on
1000 to a fund to prevent earth tne East Side, members of the Fire De
slides near Maywood Drive, west of St. partment will participate in memorial
Vincent's Hospital, and that the City services Sunday night at Centenary
Department of Publlo Work, to which Methodist Episcopal Church.
EXCEPTIONAL DISPLAY OF
SHOW AT SCHOOL.
Range of Products Covers' Plumbing,
Electrical, Architectural and Me
chanical Branches Last Day.
the money was given, has expended not men's band will attend and furnish
more than 1200, property owners of mUslc for the affair. On Friday, which
Mysteries of the plumbing, electrical,
architectural. Joining and mechanical
The Are- I trades are being explained to scores of
that section have asked the city to
proceed with the work. They want a
large amount of earth removed and
the paved street rebuilt so that It will
be in place. It was moved out several
feet by the slides. The city officials
say all the money appropriated and
donated was expended.
Pasadenans Regret Missing) Show.
Remembering the entertainment that
had been given them in the Rose Festi
val of 1913, the Knights of the Rose
Tournament of Pasadena attempted to
organize another delegation to visit
Portland for the Festival just closed.
but were prevented from doing so by
unexpected circumstances. They did
not forget, however, their friends in
Portland, and a letter from W. D.
Card, Lord of the Knights of the Rose
is the anniversary of the accident in
which the Fire Chief lost his life, mem
bers of the Fire Department will
decorate the grave.
Aid Sooibtt to Celebratb. The
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society will
interested visitors at the annual ex
hiblt of the Portland School of Trades,
at Eleventh and Couch streets.
Playing the "Star-Spangled Banner"
the Trade School Band of 36 members
entered the building at noon yesterday
and officially opened the exhibition to
the general public. Enthusiastic stu
celebrate its 29th birthday anniversary ... tfnlr ,,ak. tn the
at the home East Twenty-ninth i1t
and Irving streets. Talks will be made
by Rev. James D. Corby, Dr. T. L. Eliot,
Mrs. A. E. Watson and others. During
the past year 14 children have come
from various counties of the state. Re
ports will be made and a musloal pro
gramme under the direction of Rev.
Frank W. Gorman will be given.
130,000 Ebtatb Left. Mrs. Mary M.
Dufur. widow of Andrew J. Dufur, who
died at Dufur, Wasco County, last Fri
day, yesterday filed a petition to be
Several thousand Individual exhibits
line the walls of the classrooms and
demonstrations in practical work are
being given. The exhibition will be
open today at 9 A. M. and will close
at 4 P. M.
Master workmen in furniture making
could do no better than the embryo
joiners of this school. These students
are now engaged In constructing the
furniture for the Governor's suite at
the Panama-Paclflo Exposition. Sev-
"TTlif.'"!! ih! aPPhted executrix of the estate. The eri pieces have been completed and
Royal RoBarlans, expressing
regrets of the Pasadena men.
Loo Cabin Baking- Company Lobes.
Breaking a leg of 5-year-old Margaret
Ann King September IS, 1913, will cost
the Log Cabin Baking Company S1500,
according to a verdict returned by
jury in Circuit Judge Phelps" court
yesterday. According to the testimony
the child was crossing Vancouver ave
nue near Ivy street in the neighbor
hood of her home when she was struck
by a horse and wagon driven by one
tno property left by Mr. Dufur, which is
said to be entirely personal, is valued
at 130,000. In a will dated March 27,
1889, Mr. Dufur left all his property
to his widow and two daughters, Mrs.
Lois Balch, of Dufur, and Mrs. Anna
May, of Portland.
Market to Be Considered. Public
market and a celebration for the
Fourth of July In Peninsula Park will
be considered tonight at a meeting to
be held at the North Portland Library.
H. S. Hald is chairman of the com-
are on exhibition.
Members of the class In architectural
drawing have prepared several plans
for a new Trade School building, which
are on display. The youthful archi
tects, of course, have not considered
expense of construction in making
these plans. These drawings will be
submitted to the School Board in the
The methods employed in teaching
trades to the blind are shown and sev
eral articles made by blind students
of the employes of the baking company. mittees having these matters in hand, are being offered for sale. The aim of
Her father, Thomas King, sued the
company for fsOOO.
George C. Mason Will Speak.
George C. Mason, president of the Non
Partisan Tax League, will speak to the
department of revenue and taxation of
Oregon Civic League today, taking as
his subject the alms and purposes of the
Non-partisan Tax League, recently or
ganized. The meeting will take place
In the college room of the Hazelwood
at 13 o'clock, and there) will be dis
oussion of the Issues raised by Mr.
Mason. All interested are cordially In
vited to attend.
Thomas Cokniii Bound Over.
Thomas Connors, who was charged
with passing a bad check for $14 on
the Western Hardware & Auto Supply
Company, was bound over to the grand
jury yesterday by Municipal Judge
Stevenson. Connors had a number of
other checks, signed supposedly by
large firms, in his possession when ar
rested and tried to chew up the largest,
for $125, to which an alleged fictitious
signature of John Detmar was at
O. M. Pluxmer Goes to Boise. O.
M. Plummer left last night for Boise,
Idaho, to attend the convention of the
Oregon Cattle & Horse Growers' As
Bociation, which will open Wednesday.
The convention is held in Boise this
year with the Intention of Interesting
horse growers of that state and of
other states who have been invited to
attend, in a movement to organize a
It was expected to arrange for the
celebration Sunday, but owing to other
events in progress in the park the
meeting was postponed.
Twelve- to Make Mount Hood Trip.
Twelve members will go on the Y.
M. C. A. Mount Hood climbing trip.
The party will leave Portland on the
nlcht of July 2 and go to Hood River.
The next morning the trip to Mount
Hood will begin from Parkdale station
of the O. W. R. & N. Michael Wygant
will act as guide on the north side and
Elijah Coleman . will be guide on the
W, H. Flotd. Old Resident, Dies.
W. H. Floyd, an early resident, died
at his home at 90 East Thirty-eighth
street. Saturday. He was 1 years old.
Mr. Floyd was employed as a plumber
by the Southern Pacific Railway com
pany for about 25 years. He had lived
on the East Side for about 30 years.
A widow and several children survive
him. The funeral was held yesterday.
Pastor Returns With Bride. Rev.
W. F. Powell, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church of Knappa, Or., who
on June 3 married Miss urace xoung-
the school is to instruct the boys In
practical trades, while the girls are
taught sewing, millinery and domestic
The 1914 graduating class, of 53
mo.nli.r. will mritlVH i t x Hlrtlntnnl at
the annual exercises in the auditorlunff
of the Lownsdale school tonight.
REED COLLEGE HEN WIN
SABIIT AND WEBSTER GET TENNIS
PRIZES AT V. M. C A. MEET.
VoIIey-Ball Championship Won by Port
land Team Student Confereace at
Colombia Beach la Big Success.
Nearly 100 college men. returning
from the student conference of the
Young Men's Christian Association at
strom, an attractive girl of Eureka, S01""- Beach were visitors at the
TT,n K v,oo ..tnrn.H to DrAirnn with his yeoucruny m icriiuuu. no
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Powell were the
guests of the district superintendent,
Rev. J. W. McDougall. yesterday. They
will leave today for their home in
John Hubert Fined $100. John
Hubert, who recently finished a 90-day
eAn,AnnA fn, -Vft0-ianov wn flnftl SlflO
babt jai-akebb u s b k Awuvis.-A i by JIunlcipal Judge Stevenson yester
day for "bootlegging" wnisky in a
North End hotel. Patrolman Miller,
Wellbrook and Schmidtke arrested him
Sunday. In his room in the hotel were
quantities of whisky, bottled in pocket
size for sale.
Suit Against Contractors Dropped.
baby Japanese deer not more than
foot In height was born at the Wash
lngton Park zoo yesterday. This is the
first deer of the Japanese variety born
at the zoo. The city has had excep
tional success In getting new animals
this year. Within the last three weeks
t"' n "JbJAZS lThe suit in Which Kelly & Mahoney,
Japanese uoci, a uau, I ,,, ,-- Tn. .. 41 for
fail,,, tn pnmnlAU htillrilnff- thfl hlfi-h
jiio acsijjCiiu iui in- '"'i"o"'o"i school at Oregon City by December 20,
Grov eland Park ' Assessment.
of all streets in Groveland Park
amounts to $20,134. All the streets in
this addition were paved this Spring,
The district is called the East Sherman
street district, and the improvements
were made between East Lincoln and
Division streets. East Fifty-Second and
East Fifty-fifth streets.
Market Law Violator Fined.
Y. Nokana, a Japanese market gardener,
was fined $5 by Municipal Judge
1910. yesterday was dismissed by Judge
Kavanaugh on motion of the attorneys
for the school district. The case had
been on trial by a jury since Friday
Alleged Briber Held. W. S. Mo-
Claln, a grain and feed dealer of Buena
Vista, Or., who wrote to Circuit Judge
PhelDS last week onering him $2o to
grant him a decree On his cross-complaint
to his wife's suit for divorce.
Stevenson yesterday for violating the wag arraigned before District Judge
market ordinance by acting as a mid
dleman to producers. R. W. Gill,
market master, pointed out the Japa
nese to Patrolman Wanless, who ar
Dr. McKenzid to Speak. Dr. P. L.
McKenzle will address the Health De
fense League this evening, room 417
Dayton yesterday and bound over to
answer to the grand jury under $800
Mrs. Buckland Granted Divorce.
Lydla A. Buckland was granted a
divorce yesterday oy circuit judge
Morrow from S. A. Buckland on the
ground of cruelty. She was given the
Dekum building, on 'The Blunder of UBtody of her 16-months-old child. The
Compulsory Medicine." The publlo is
Cioar Stand roft Rent. In lobby Hotel
Carlton, 14th and Washington. Adv.
Dr. Harrt McKAT, 415 Morgan bldg.
For health, rest and recreation,
Ehipherd Springs, Adv. .
marriage was In Tuele, Utah, January
Man Dies From Spasm. Emerald
Burlne. who lived at 183 Halsey
street, died yeesterday in his room, sup.
posedly from the effects of a spasm, to
which he was subject. His body was
taken to the morgue.
conference, attended by the representa
tives of the states of the Paclflo North
west and British Columbia, was one
of the most successful ever held.
Nearly 150 students and leaders were
present. Most of the colleges of the
Northwest were represented. Meet
ings were held mornings and even
ings. " The afternoons were given over
Much rivalry developed In athletics.
The tennis tournament Was spirited.
The singles were won by R. L. Sabin,
Jr., of Reed College, who was awarded
the LIppy Cup from Seattle. The Hon
eyman Cup, for the doubles, also went
to Reed College, being carried off by
Messrs. Webster and Sabln.
Four teams formed a baseball league.
the teams representing the faculty,
Puget Sound, the Willamette Valley
and the Inland Empire. The Puget
Sound boys won first honors. Port
land Y. M. C. A. won the volley-ball
championship. The track meet honors
went to Oregon Agricultural College,
through the work of Messrs. Hopwood
Hopwood, who holds the Pacific Coast
record In the two-mile event, won the
"wreck race. This was a race from
the camp to a wreck on the beach and
return, a distance of about four miles.
MEAT ACT RULES ARE TOLD
Instructions Given Dealers om New
t Law Effective July 10.
Preparatory to the campaign against
unclean meat which will start July 10,
when the new meat inspection ordi
nance goes Into effect, the meat inspec
tion division of the health department
under Meat Inspector Stickney has pre
pared a book of instructions to dealers.
A copy of this showing the ordinance
Are you buying, selling,
building or trading for a
home or a piece of real
You Bleep in security, with
out anxiety, doubt or ques
tion when it is handled
Investigate. Call for booklet,
TITLE & TRUST CO.
Fourth, Near Stark
Defense of the Grad
By Dean Collina.
provisions In eondehsed form will be
sent to each slaughter-bouse proprietor
and to others Interested.
Dr. Stickney said yesterday that when
the ordinance goes into effect he will
City Health Officer Marcellus said
yesterday no one has been appointed to
the two positions of Inspectors under
DAIRY- MAN COMPLAINS
NEED FOR MORE INSPECTORS
VOICED BY Om F. WAIlDIlt.
Hanaser of Fulton Park Plant Bays
1' hat With Improvement of Prod
uct Coat Mnst Go Up.
O. F. Wardin, manager of the Fulton
Park dairy, in commenting on the lm
provement of Portland's milk supply
complains there are not enough In
spectors to cover the field properly.
"The inspectors have been doing
splendid work and the milk supply of
the City of Portland is better now than
It was two years ago. The test
made at present gives every one the
same chance. I do not agree with the
report that bad milk will score high.
Milk from a cow produced under sanl
tary conditions has virtually no bac
We should have more inspectors.
as the men in service at present -can
not be expected to cover the entire
Sanitary or elean milk cannot be
produced for 15 cents a can containing
three gallons. Feed is too high for one
thing and with the labor required to
wash cows and attend to other details
to Insure cleanliness, it is impossible
to market milk on that basis. From
my own experience I am convinced
could not produce that amount for TS
The inspectors should be given full
credit for insuring a pure milk supply
for Portland, as it has been through
their efforts that a standard has been
established her and Is, so far as
know, being maintained. Some resi
dents of Portland who five years ago
had milk accounts ranging about $15
month, now pay as high as $35
MILITARY CAMP ARRANGED
College and School Students to Get
Chance to Study Tactic.
The second annual War Department
Pacino Coast camp of instruction for
students of schools and college has
been arranged for Pacific Grove, near
the Presidio of Monterey, from June
26 to July SI. The affair will be
similar to the camps conducted in
Eastern states in years past, the pur
pose being to give young men rudi
mentary knowledge of military affairs.
Young men of California. Oregon,
Washlngtpn, Utah and Wyoming are
eligible. Application should be made
to the officer in charge of militia
affairs. San Francisco, Cal.
Repular Army officers will Instruct
n tactics, personal and catrip hygiene.
map making and many Other branches
of military knowledge. There will be
considerable lores of regular troops
of the different arms tn camp for the
purpose of giving practical military
instruction. The students who attend
will have opportunities in horseman
ship, as th mounts of a troop of the
First Cavalry will be available.
ew Postof flee Station to Open.
The Rose City Park Postofflce station
will be closed June 80 and a new sta
tion will be opened July 1 at East
Twenty-eighth street and Sandy road.
Mail will be distributed from the new
tatlon through Laurelhurst and terri
tory north and west of that district, in
addition to the territory now handled
the Rose City Park station. The
new station will be known as station
There will be two clerks and ten
carriers working at and out of th
State Prohibition Poll Planned.
Members of the Iroquois Club, a poli
tical and social organization pledged
to vote and work for those candidates
Take no chances of
burglary in your ab
sence We will store
your valuables in our
vaults for the sum
mer at a small ex
pense Be safe.
Commerce Safe Deposit
snd Mortgage Co.
91 Third Street
"Camber of Commerce Bldg.
n kolnale aad Retail
Deep Reductions Made on
Our Entire Stock
We invite most earnestly
every prospective Oriental nig
buyer, while looking or before
purchasing, to come and com
pare our qualities and prices for
their own benefit and satisfac
tion. We positively can sell rugs
of the same quality and size at
all times under any condition or
circumstance for less than quot
ed elsewhere. All we ask is a
fair inspection and comparison;
our guarantee of satisfaction
goes with every rug we sell. It
is always a pleasure to show
yon through our large and choice
stock. We can supply you with
any size rug desired. located
from high rent district. This big
saving is shared by onr cus
tomers. Cartozian Bros.
Importers of Oriental Ruga,
473 Wash.. Bet. 13th and 14th.
The next time you
order bread, re
member to ask for
the fine, sanitary
wrapped loaf of
and learn how to get a juicy and flaky 1 5c
If your dealer doei not handle Hayncs Good
Health Bread, phone
THE HAYNES BAKERY
(Vegetarian Food Co., Inc.)
and measures approved by a majority
of its members, will vote on tne ques
tion of state-wide prohibition next Sat
urday. A ballot box will be opened at
tha club'a headauartera. In the Com
mon wealth building-, from 5 to I
o'clock Saturday evening. The club
has a membership of tit and at least
one active worker In each of the 2
precincts In Multnomah County.
If you are troubled with a dermnfed
stomach, constipation or moiresuon,
the dally use of Roman Mal Bread
will a-lve you permanent relief.
Roman Meal Bread Is made of Roman
MeaL a health food which was Invented
and is made by a physician, from entire
bard Winter wheat and rye around
whole UDon a buhr stone mill. A por
tlon of fermentable starch la removed,
but the coarser brans and dark tissue
buildinfr parts are all retained. This Is
combined with Flaxose, a secret pre
paration by which pure ground flax Is
partly digested and deprived entirely
of Its disagreeable odor and taste. It
is not medicated and has not the most
distant relation to a drug, yet It cures
constipation and Is the most nourishing
food sold as well.
Roman Meal Bread Is made exclusive
ly by the Log Cabin Baking Co., and is
for sale at all grocers for 5 cents a
loaf. In order to get the genuine, look
for the label with the name Roman
Meal Bread on every loaf. Adv.
CARD OF THANKS.
To those who so kindly helped with
their sympathy and flowers In my
grave bereavement I extend my moat
Adv. ilKS. SILVESTER GOFFARD.
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends for their
kindness and floral offerings during
our sad bereavement.
Adv. JAMES DRISCOLL AND FAMILY.
This is a Lawn Slower.
-It will cnt grass.
Cutting grass short keeps it from
We have too many mowers.
We have reduced the prices.
Ton onght to bny a new one.
Better bny it now.
helps yon water your lawn.
Water makes your grass grow.
Hose Is better than a watering
Water yonr grass so yon can get
some exercise with your lawn
Buy your Hose from
Columbia Hardware Co.
104 Fourth st.
Planning a Vacation
is the second only to enjoying one. Con
sider Bayocean first of all. It affords
outdoor pleasures without number. Com
pletely furnished Summer bungalows
may be rented by week, month or season
at extremely low rates.
RatM. mfermetloa and :
riratlon, 7l Corbftt Bld.,
inv a. p. m. it
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Seaside CI&' Oregon
Rooms with or without private bath. Fpeeial attention given to our
dining-room service. Bus meets all trains. Rates on application.
Overlooking the Ocean. W. V. TORREY, Proprietor.
Ho! for Cascadia
Best mountain" resort on Coast: best
medicinal water, scenery, hunting and
fishing; nature's own conservatory of
health. Auto or stage from Lebanon or
v rite or phone,
O. M. (lFISEnORFEH,
"THE HACKNEY COTTAGE"
MODERN IX EVERY RESPECT.
Rnlarred iMnlnr-room capsolty. beau
tiful surroundings, most pleaeant spot
on North Beach. Make reervatlons hy
wire or mall. Special rates by the week.
ADDRKM dUAVIKW, WASH.
RELIANCE AUTO STAGES
Daily to ML Hood Resorts
Reservations, tickets and Information
at ROlTLKDCiK SEK.n FLOHtl.
CO., 189 Pocond ft. PMO-iF, stn
KAMI. A Hull, or Reliance (Jarara, 1 063
Hawthorne Ave. I'hont Tabor 2it.
OVERLOOKING THE 0CEA3.
SEASIDE, CLATSOP BEACH, OR.
Rooms with or without bat li. 1 1 t
salt water bstbs and surf bathing.
Recreation pier for fishing. So fol
a specialty. Grill in connection. Muie
and dancing every evening.
DAN J. MOORE, Trop.
Strictly first-class rooms, single or
en suite; concrete block; one block
from depot, ocean view. Iook fr
J0HX MEARS, Proprietor
Now in Season
Main 919 A 5238
tion for you in
served at The
come in any time from
11:30 to 2.
Prompt, courteous service food
that you'll relish.
Every evening listen to the or
chestra in the courtyard.
The Portland Hotel
6. J. Kaufmann, Manager.
Boys and Girls
Do Tou Want to Visit the
Call at the Office of
The National Amusement
And Learn How Tou Can Secure
A Free Trip
Room t, Mexianlne Floor.
Office Houra 1:S0 to P.
I Have a riw t'kelre '
For Sale at
.ta Ave, Car. 80th -, t. K
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faction II bwi it on
Butternut Hreail ia bake.l by the I'.
H. Bakery, I'orlwr Kaat Klvnth and
FlanUera. Older at jour crocer.
The Hons of Welcome
Park and Aider EtrteU
In the theater and shopping
district, one Hook from any
carline. Rate $1.0Q per day
and np. With bath, 11.50
per day and up. Take our
Itrown Auto 'ilua.
C. W. Cornelius, President
H. E. rietcher, Manager
arHool.a A"t coij.r.'.ae.
21 miles south of Pan Franci-co, Pro
pares for Collrfr. Oen ral and tlcctlre
courses. Addrees Secretary, Dept. J,
rare W. T. Reid. Belmont, California,
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