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f " THE MORNING OREGOXtAX. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 70TO. A o?3
liy Editor Main 7070. A 6095
f;ady Editor Mala 7070. A
Acveratini eDartment ..Alain 70io. A 0"!5
City Circulation Main 707O, A B0U3
Compos. ag-room ..... .Alain 707o. A ooWi
Printing-room Main 7070. A WiKJ
bupenutendeut Building ..Main 7o7o, A ttoKS
HKILIO (Broadway at Taylor) Annette
Keilerman In photo - play. Neptune
Daihter." 12:2 P. M. to 10:3O P. M.
OAKS AMUSEMENT i'AKK tcare Irom First
i.d Aider) Alcfciroy a uana. mu..-i -..iv
.r,,i v.u,.fv:.ie. Tola afternoon at 2
n.i t.if.lffht at S.
RECREATION" PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughio Jjaaeoa.L Portland vs. ioa
geit. Tnia iiilernuon at X j
EMPRESS (Broadway and Yamhill) Con
tinuous from l:Jto to 11.
I-A.NTAUES (Broadway and Alder) Thla
afternoon at and tonlgbt at 8:15
PEOPLES Weat Park and Alder.
M-OEsilC Park and Washington.
Coi.iHBlA suth. near Washington.
GLoEt Eleventh and Washington.
NEW 6TAK Park and Washington,
OREGOXIAX AT BESOBTS.
Subscribe with the ' following
agents. jour Bummer reaort. to
aecuro ti.a moat prompt delivery of
The Or Ionian. City rmtaai , Sub
scriptions by mall are payable In ad
vance. Bay City, Or Stone A Seeley
Bay Ocean. Or W. U Johnson
Brighton. Or J. A. Baldwin
Canon. Wash Cart B. Smith
Colombia Beach Mrs. Jf. E, Borkhead
Ecola, Or L. W. Crons
Gearhart. Or E. J. Folrhorat
long Beach. Wash.. . YV. E. Stranhal
lianxanlta, Or Emit Kardell
Nahootta. Waah J. H. Brown
Newport. Or George Sylveater
Ocean Park D. B. Beechey
Bockaway Beach Frank Miller
Bhlpherd's 6pr!nga, Wash
Mineral Springs Hotel Co.
St. Martin's Springs. Waah
.T Mrs. N. St. Martin
Seaside, Or Clark Strattoa
6eavlew. Waah. -Constable Potnan
Tillamook. Or T....J. B. Lamas
Wheeler, Or B. B. Cad;
"Burins' WirfF. Bid Sent. Several
thousand pamphlet programmes for th
second annual ""Buyers Week," un
der th auspices of the Jobbers' and
Manufacturers Association of Portland
were sent out yesterday to retailers In
all parts of the Portland trade terrl
tory. with invitations for them to come
and participate in the week of enter
tainments from August 10 to 15. Last
year nearly 300 out-of-town merchants
took advantage of the Buyers eek"
arrangements and. so successful was
the affair, the jobbers and manufactur.
era this season expect nearly double
that number of out-of-town guests,
Gameweu. alarms JJiscjlrded. By
discarding the use of Gamewell fire
alarm boxes which have been used ex
cluslvely by the city in the past, a
price of $80 each' has been quoted for
.15 flkrni boxen which the citv TJrODOses
to install at once. The Gamewell boxes Abolition of Department Wonid Set
have cost $112.60 each in the past and
I ENGINEER 15 UPHELD
3. i '
Chamber of Commerce Is in
Breach Against Initiative.
STATE OFFICE IS DEFENDED
State Back 20 Year, Is State
ment Other Organizations
to Join, in Fight.
the same price was made for that class
of boxes in bids for all makes of boxes,
opened yesterday by Municipal Pur
chasing Agent Wood. The new boxes
are to be furnished by the Star Electric
Movement or Miutia Bkino abhasoed.
C. E. Arney, of Spokane. Western
immigration agent tor lmo coiu u i v. . . - m w-
. ..... u . . kia I been instigated bv Governor West to
compaVV n,akTng Trrangements to bring about the abolition of the State
handle the Montana National Guard. Engineer's office, will be ,
which camps this year at Fort George the coming elect.on by many oYganisa
W right, at Spokane, by special trains. f Oregon., among which is the
rV. nifl. win inr.v. Julv 23. and the Chamber of Commerce, whose trustees
shipment Includes 1000 men and a de- formally declared -their bp P"n 1
tachment of cavalry.
The Initiative bill, reputed to have
Moonlight Excursion Tonioht. The
Cadet Club, whose membership Includes
several girls of the United Artisans,
Oregon Assembly, No. 1, will give a
moonlight excursion tonight on the
steamer Joseph Kellogg.
Dr. Harrt McKat, 415 Morgan bldg
Man Rktt-a Mart Seeks Mrs. C
Hutchins. Mrs. Retta Martin arrived
In Pnrtland Tuesday from Denver,
expecting to meet her sleter. Mrs.
Cilff Hutchins, whose husband formerly
conducted a merchant's lunch on the
East Side, at an apartment house, at
192 Vi Grand avenue. Mrs. Hutchins
was not there, and. the place having
chanced hands recently, the people in
chares did not know when she had gone
nor where. Mrs. Martin is staying at
552 Columbia street. She will remain
In Portland two weeks, and will be
grateful for word from or of her sister.
Lumber Oompant Owns $98,672.
Creditors of the Rainier Lumber
Shingle Company. Including some of the
largest timber operators of Oregon,
Yesterday filed a petition in United
States Distrlot Court, asking that the
concern be adjudged . an Involuntary
bankrupt. The amount of Indebtedness
apportioned among the petitioning
creditors, as given by the petition, is
SS8.s72.sl. distributed among the fol
lowing: Alger Logging Company, Ore
gon Iron & Steel Company, O'Connell
Lumber Company. Parker Stennick.
Lark In Green Logging Company and
Kehalem Timber & Logging Company.
W. "W. Steiwer Recovering. W. W.
Stelwer, who has been ill at his home,
at 693 Halaey street, steadily Is improv.
lng. Mr. Steiwer. who has been a resi
dent of Portland for several years, is
cne of the well known pioneers of Ore
gon, having been born In Marlon County
in 1852. He has served several terms
In the State Senate and long has been
prominent in the councils of the Repub
lican party. For many, years he was a
stockman and merchant In Wheeler
County and was regarded as the repre
sentative citizen of his part of the
J. J. O'Brien's Fokerai, Hbu. The
funeral services of Joseph J. . O'Brien
were held Tuesday at St. Francis Church.
East Twelfth and East Pine streets.
Interment was made In Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Mr. O'Brien lived at 181 East
Fifteenth street. He was 60 years and
11 months old. He was a member of
the Portland Turn Vereln. A widow,
Mrs. Anna O'Brien, and four children
Sewer Held Ptjbljo Necbssitt.
Holding that the proposed trunk sewer
through the Montavllla District Is a
publlo necessity, the City Commission
yesterday overruled remonstrances
filed by a large number of property
owners. The remonstrators will be
given an opportunity to express their
views in a general airing of the propo
sition before the Council next W ednes
day at 10 o'clock.
Forjcer Badcers to Meet. The Wis
consin Society of Oregon will bold
Its regular monthly meeting this even
ing, at Cotillion Lodge Hall. Fourteenth
and Burnside streets. There will be roll
call and a musical programme, one of
the special features of which will be
the popular baritone. A. B. Cain, who
will rendr "Irish ballads" and love
songs. All members" and former Wis
consinites are requested to be present.
Gas Company Sued For $10,000.
William Hurd, formerly a fireman In
the employ of the Portland Gas & Coke
"Company, started suit against the gas
company yesterday In Circuit court and
asks for $10,000 damages for al
leged Injuries received when a large
piece of firewood fell on him, causing a
Wru-iAJC Nevtlle .BfRrED. Funeral
services for William Neville, 1289 East
Nineteenth street, were held Sunday In
Krlcson's Chapel. Interment was In
Lone Fir Cemetery. Mr. Neville was 31
years old. He is survived by his widow,
his father, A. L. Neville, and a sister,
Steamer Owners Sttkd. Andrew
Sagota filed suit against the owners
of the steamer J. B. Stetson yesterday,
asking for damages of $2999 for In
juries he declares he received when a
sack of grain, coining down a chute
into the boat's hold, struck him In the
left leg, causing a fracture.
- Lindset Gets $500 JrpoMENT. Judg
ment of $500 was awarded L. E.
Llndsey, in a verdict returned yester
day in Circuit Judge McGinn's Court,
against William Veatx, contractor on
the new Turn Vereln clubhouse, where
Llndsey was Injured.
Owners of Alder-street property
(50x100). between . Tenth and Four
teenth streets, will build to suit tenant,
store building, family hotel or apart
mnt building or will give ground lease.
Inquire 305 Swetland building. Adv.
Au Patrons of the postofflce, with
their friends, are Invited to attend the
big postofflce excursion to" Bonneville,
Sunday, July 19. Fare $1 Ask carriers
about tickets. Trains leave Union De
pot 9 A. M. Adv.
East Third Street Beino Pavtd.
The paving of East Third street, from
Glisan to Holladay avenue, was started
this week. This Is redressed improve
ment. Astoria Boat, foot Taylor street; fare,
$1 each way. Leaves dally, 7 A. U-.
except Sunday, t A. M. No trip Monday.
Art Sals of Oil. Paintings and Water
Colors at Geo. Baker & Company's
salesroom, at 11 A. M. today, at 188-168
Park street. Adv.
For Health, rest and recreation,
Ehlphard Springs. Adv.
Dr. Daiton. glasses. Swetland bldg.
Arrow for Hnts. Mala 873. Adv.
KIDDIES TO SEE SHOW
EMPRESS INVITES ENTIRE 700 TO
Slaving; Pictures of Youngsters on Re
turn From River Trip Will Be
Part af Feature Bill.
the measure at their meeting yester
Instructions have been given mo
chamber's committee on legislation to
prepare an argument against the bill
and to have It filed as soon as possible
with Secretary Olcott, for publication
In the state .booklet.
Renresentatlves from the local brancn
of the American Society or tjivn
eineers. from the State Society of En
e-inenra nnd the Hvdroelectrlo CommiS'
sion attended the chamber meeting and
advanced arguments against the meas
20 Yearn Would Be Loat.
The passage of this bill will set the
atutr, of Orearon back more tnan i
vears in Its development," said C, hj.
3. Wood. "I do not desire to go into
the neraonalities back of the measure,
hut T fln want to orotest against it
as something that will, if It becomes
a law, be destructive to .the progress
nt th tto I am in favor of the in
itiafivn hut I emDhatlcally am opposea
to the abuse of it, in the introduction
of such a measure.
v. p Hnnmn dt the reclamation ser
vice, pointed 'out that the passage oi
h hill -irfill do awav with the topo
graphical survey in Oregon, supported
by Joint funds from the United States
Treats are coming In rapid succession
for the 700 boys and girls who were
the guests of the O.-W. R. & N. Com
pany on Its annual river excursion
and plcnlo Monday.
"I" ""K,T".r' r..nm(r,t and from the state.
wnicn la tne i. j. A-oiter on an ouitr - -- ti r
. . j v Other sDeakers were J. N. Teal, v.
?ayB'. ""I" .."T o Hennv and H, B. Miller, chairman
late aionaay anernoun, niui every mu- - - rm-,uainn
die on board stuffed to repletion with ' the Hydroelectric Commission.
ice cream, red lemonade, popcorn and I Other Oraranliarlona JIay Join,
other delectable rarities, the entire 700 The chamber will join with other
were of the onlnlon that there could organizations of the state in adopt
be no more happiness In the world, so I ing all possible measures to defeat
heavllv had they drawn upon the sup- the bill at the election
nlv. Those who attended the meeting yes
But yesterday afternoon they found terday, besides the chamber trustees,
out differently, and every youngster In were: C. E. S. Wood. G. W. Allen, E. G.
the bunch Is again In a state of eo- Hopson, J. T. Whistler, H. B. Miller,
static anticipation, for Manager Pie- L A. McArthur, C. B. McConnell, of
i h- 7nn tn ha the Rnrns: f. L. Beekman. 7. G. Kelly,
guests of the Empress Theater at the James Lindsay, H. L. Vorse C. D. Ma
matinee tomorrow afternoon, wnere name, u. xaouu,
they will see themselves In the "mo- J. C. Stevens.
-- .in.vi. -tri.tA i The attitude of all of the engineer.
Kllties'-and "thrust of the Empress '-organizations is that th. .abolition
SHOW. . . f,thr Irri-
The moving pictures of the returning V .Vt and
Dlcnlckers were taken from the Ash- uovo,vv"' " , '
l.tf I,.., a m ha KnttAf HWIinr " .
r ,,r-r-w. ro. "movifV tlon of chaos in a short time.
Ill 0 11 11 cm.lt . uu. I.. . ' '
actor, for the camera was trained on
the gangplank as they left tne noat
and caught every Kiddie as ne o
: BRANCH UNES HOT SEEN
BABIES' CONTEST JULY 28
Many Infants' to Be Entered at Ex
hibit in Kenton Clubhouse.
GENERAL MANAGER ' SCOTT. UF
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, .TO RETURN..
Improvement In Railway Earnings Ex-
aected and Settlement of Train- .
men's Differences Predicted.
A "Better Babies" conteBt will be
held In the Kenton Clubhouse July 38.
Annllcatlons must be in by July 0,
Appointments may be secured by tele-
. , T v VnHlpTi Main
J T 5 W. R. Scott, general manager of the
The committees In charge of the Southern Pacific Company .with a die-
contest are: Scoring, Mrs. W. M. Kill- trici inawias r.run w,u.a, j.
r.-T L -,. u Sln v,r and San Francieoo for its four corners,
inBawu,L,, . s. leaves the city this morning after two
T I nAirnnn. Alias ,J ' ' -v - ......
Maude Tyler, Mrs. Strohecker; pro-
to lnspeot the branch lines In thla state
but is coming back In a month to do so,
" V,, Trdiine-.To-nrth r.norra a but is coming DacK. in a montn w uo au.
II ie. and nS'blSity Dr He Is going over the main line through
?.hord:T!"!r'el-.aJ. PXbvrltyp,: Oregon by daylight on hi. way back to
JUaUlB&Il, 1. iv i. w. o,
This is one of a series of similar
Oregon by daylight on his way
Mr. Scott, In charge of what is known
. ... ,. Jin h. held in various the Paclfio System of hrs railroad,
contests that wUi b. l TtrioM a&out q( trBcJt 1Jok
pan. oi f v. - ,,tr. If nhvalcal condition, earning
t- I "
18,698 ACRES ARE SOLD
power and natural growth require con.
s tail t studr, and his private car, the
El Paso, seldom stands still. On this
triD he Is making annestlmate of the
crooa alone- the line in order to handle
Lands In Linn ana CrooK jounues the traffic promptly next jj'aii.
. . "While railway earnings stiu snow
Valued at About $lSO,ooo. decrease. I think we must be nearlng
the end of the depression ana soon will
rt Jl ,1,.. Ti-nprf-i 17 nfPUt f . I De On tne UDSrauo KKttiii,
W Waters, of Portland, purchased 18,- scott. -urops an nuns nu. i..
698 acres of land located in Linn and the East look fine and there is every
, i. ,.-,..., iha Oi-no-nn inaicauon OL reiuruuiK uiuoiicmj.
Western Colonization Company. The "In regard to the threatened railway-
consideration of the transfer was not strike, we 'are hoperui tnat mere wiu
announced yesterday, but It is known oe a peaceiui
to be in the neighborhood of $150,000. the various organizations oi lra'u""
L , j . Interested are trained, careful men who
nO ItLHU 13 CL.il L LI" I t '1 uoi ------- . V. , . . ...1,1
nearly 25 miles in width and six miles wm not ao
in deDth. there being. 14 sections ana h""""""
Mtm.rn.i. nther narcels. All excent 12U0 eraiiuu iu. ui.,u...B -
acres are in Linn County.
ine main noiaings lie nuria au eaM ,.- i r nnnilimrn
of Cascadla at a point about 18 or guy bWliVIiVlCn IO UnUVVIMCU
0 miles east or Brownsville, it is a i -
part of the old military road grant. pere Kemp' 1 8 Years Old, Meets
Included In the tract are timber, graa- atuiv,
in?, ranch and fruit lands. Mr. aters
plans to resell at from $15 to $25 an
are oiiered our
clients in handling
matters iri Escrow.
and the charges are
very moderate. These
matters are handled
by men well versed in
everything that may
have a bearing: on
such business. Wear,
ready to serve you
and to show you where
it is to your advan
tage to let us do so.
6 m. iuc ctnu
Title & Trust Bldg.
4th near Stark.
Death When Seized With Cramp.
MUSIC VERDICT IS GIVEN
Commies loners Favor
Xonmilon Organization to Play
Where amateur musical organiza
tions want to contribute music for
Percv Kerao. 18 years old, was
drowned Wednesday afternoon while
swimming with two companions at the
foot of Seymour street. The three boys
were swimming to a buoy and back. On
Permitting the return Btretch young Kemp was
suddenly seized with a cramp ana went
A few minutes later two men came
by In a -rowboat and recovered tne
Dublic affairs there ehould be no ob- cti-i-stv.i F,)UT,jfej)Vs3ife3je2iESB3g
JCCllOn Oil IliO fa'k v, i ui uBiv.iUi.a
union, provided that there would be
no music at such affairs if It was not
contributed. Such is the effect of a
decision reached by Commissioners
Brewster and Daly, to whom was re
ferred written objections filed by union
musicians against the amateur organi
zations appearing in public concerts. -The
committee report Is to the effect
that In the majority of cases It Is found
that there would be no music unless It
was contributed without charge, lnas
much as there would be no money to
defray the cost of paid organizations.
BIG EXCURSION COMING
200 From Idaho and Washington
Due Friday on Way to Beach.
Excursionists from Southern Idaho
and Eastern Washington, 250 strong,
will reach Portland early Friday by
special train and take the river steam
er T. J. Potter for North Beach points.
The passenger department of the 0,-W.
R. & N. Company is making a special
effort to make the trip a pleasant one
and the train will be one of the most
handsomely appointed of any that ever
came out of the Inland Empire.
The excursion party, after spending
a few days at the bench, wily retnrn
home through Portland, most of them
Intending to spend some time her be
fore returning home.
Are You An
Investor with only a
small amount of
money, and do you
think the only safe
place for your funds
is the bank? See our
Mortgage Bonds that,
afford the best 1 of
security and 6y2 per
cent interest. Ask for
Commerce Safe Deposit
and Mortgage Co.
Dl Third Street
Chamber of Comrneree Bldg,
FOOK SANG & CO.
246 Pine Street, Portland, Or.
Phone A 3770
CHINESE 1'LKK J AUK JEWELRY.
Gold bracelets, algnet- rlnge, bait buckle
in any daalgn. tnade to order, wltn names or
food luck Chinese cbaractera engraved
thereon. Prices reasonable. Orders prompt
ly executed and aent prepaid anywhere la
U. 8. We are skilled Chinese Jeweler
?JaS VC CHOMi .AAilJi.
body. Patrolman Coulter sent for a pul
motor, and Dr. 8. H. Sheldon made
every effort to resuscitate the young
man. The body was turned over to the
The boys with young Kemb were
George" and Harold Ross, of 436 East
Forty-second street North.
PIONEER'S FUNERAL, HELD
Services Conducted at ABhland for
William M. Mathes.
ASHLAND. Or.. July 15. rSoeclall
Funeral services of William M. Mathes,
pioneer resident of Jackson County,
who died in this city recently, were
held at the family residence, July 14,
conducted by Rev. J. K. Balllie, of
Phoenix, and Rev. H. A. Carnahan, of
Ashland. Interment was made in the
Air. Mathes. a native of Pennsylvania.
was born in 1829, and in 1S52 came to
Oregon, first locating near Jackson
ville. Several years since he removed
to Ashland. Successively he had been
engaged in the mining and sheep and
Besides his widow the following
children survive: Harry G. and George
W., Mrs. Mary Van Dyke and Miss
Jessie Mathes, all of whom reside In
The entire stock of Soule Bros. Piano Co. must be closed out at once to satisfy
the claims of creditors.
A Veritable Harvest for "Shrewd Piano-Buyers Who Come Early
Never before, in Portland, have pianos been offered at such great actual reduc
tions. ' '
Here are a Few Prices I
lESS!W $400 $295
Lsm $375 $235
Mc&, $475 $310
DAVENPORT AND TREACY. $450 $230
BUISTE.R:...:.:. $300 $165
Player Pianos are Offered at the Prices of Ordinary Pianos
Come early and make your selection while the assortment is complete.
oule Bros. Piano Co.
388 Morrison Street
V. B. Shively, Assignee
This Ad. Is Guaranteed Under the Pure Ad. Law.
Sellwood X. M. C A to Reopen.
, Arrangements have been completed to
reopen the Sellwood Y. M. C. A. Sep
tember 16, with J. Hessemer as
physical director. A general secretary
will be appointed to give his entire
time to the Sellwood work, which has
enlarged so as to require his services.
Mr. Hessemer has been physical director
lor two years and is now in charge of
Columbia Park. It was the general
wish that he return to the' Sellwood
Y. M. C. A. The building Is being re
painted and concrete work In the gym
nasium and swimming tank is being
done by -the board of managers. The
only activity in the building is the do
mestic science classes for young girls
and women Tuesday and Friday In
charge of Miss B. Spencer, under the
Motorcycles, Touring Cars and
BRACEY SUPPLY CO.
244 Second and Main.
80 West .Park and Oak.
' 28th and Sandy Road. .
Grand Ave. and Main.
E. 2d and Oregon Sts.
auspices of the women's auxiliary. The
Sellwood Board of Trade holds meetings
in the building. The local board of
managers plans to Increase the activi
ties of the Sellwood Y. M. C. A. in
Oregon state tennis tournament
matches today on Multnomah Club
courts. See the California and Oregon
best talent In action Adv.
SCHOOLS ASI) COLI.KUFH.
RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOLS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE
SIIAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS. VAXCOtJVKR. H. C.
UNSURPASSED IN CANADA IN BlII.nl Mi S. K1 1 1 I'M UN T Oil TKACIIIMO
To be sure of admlnslon. aprllca
. Calendars sent on application to
Bchools Ke-Open TUESDAY. September 8th.
tlona "or 1914-15 should be made at ome
REV. E. D. McLAREN. D. D- 8 Stanley Court. Vnconver. B. 0.
Located on Lake Ntellaruum, near
TRAINS tUH LEADERSHIP.
Accredited at leading collesoa. Five
experienced masters, ail coliese fraa
uates. maintain high standard of achoi
arshln. Classes small: Inatruotloa Indi
vidual. ' . .
Location affords unusual opportunity
for emphasizing outdoor life.
Supervised athletics, golf, tennis. New
gymnasium. Separate school for young
bXwenty-thlrd year begins Sept. 17. Il
lustrated catalogue on request. O. 3.
Pulford. A M.; John Rice Eden. A. B
principals. Postofflce. So. Tacoma. Wn.
Is the only kind of merchandise handled by
"THE STORE OF QUALITY" '
Portland's Exclusive Handlers of ' -Everything Good to Eat.
A v 17
! AVa&a& XX & JOu-d ike b 3k
148 Third Street. A 4432, Main 9432.
There is a good deal of satisfaction to the buyer when plac
ing an order with this firm that they know they are going to
be pleased with everything they get. "It is not what you pay,
but 'QUALITY.' " We offer you regular stocked groceries for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at slightly reduced prices.
Beech Nut Sliced Bacon In jara, jar 35
Pin-Money Pickles, Gherkins or mixed, in pint bottles, bottle, 40 C
Marie Elizabeth Boneless Sardines, large tins; reg. 40c; a tin, 25
Cliquot Ginger Ale dozen, $1.65; case $3.00
Snider's Catsup a bottle 202
Brand's Al Sauce regular 60c; pint 'bottle JSs
Ghirardelli's Ground Chocolate 3-pound tins.. 75
German Imported Muenchner Beer pints, dozen $3.25
All Local Beer AT BREWERY PRICES.
REMEMBER, WHILE AT THE BEACH OR SUMMER RESORT,
TO SEND . US YOUR ORDERS.
DO NOT OVERLOOK OUR SANITARY FRUIT AND VEG
ETABLE DEPARTMENT WHILE DOING YOUR DAILY
Yours for Quality. On The Great Light Way.
Twenty-alith Year Opens September IS.
Office Hours July and Auguet,
to 1 Dally.
Fits boys and girls for Eastern and
Western collcge Well-equipped lab
oratories In Chemistry and Physics. A
Gymnasium In charge of a skilled di
rector. Kleld and Track Athletics.
The Academy Includes a primary and
grammar; school- which receives boys
and glria'as young as ala. and does the
work of the grades In seven years.
Emphasis on essentials. Physical train
ing and free play in Gymuaalum and
All departments In charge 9t thor
oughly qualified and experKnced teacn
rs. Catalogue on application.
Thirteenth and Montgomery.
For this veek only, we have engaged one
of the most popular singers in New
"The Silver Voiced Cowboy"
"discovered" and starred by Henry W.
Savage. This cowboy , has created a
furore wherever heard I '
Ably Assisted by
Miss "Veta Florenz
Miss Leona Francis
In all the latest songs and dances.
Toull enjoy everr moment at T Ore
gon" Portland's coolest Grill. .
' fe&k Cera on Hotel. Broadway at Stark. J
I Ml I
University of Oregon
ir.M trrm nnena SeDtember 21. 1914. Course
of three yeara. leading to degree of l.U B
nil embraclna 20 branches of the law. In
cluding moot court and debate work. Candi
dates prepared especially for admission to
bar Faculty of 17 Inatructors. Located in
heart of city. Adjacent to courts. Eor cata
logue giving entrance replrementa and -full
informatlou address Carlton &. Spencer aeo
retary. 410 Tllford building.
St. Helens Hall
Resident and Day School for Girls
In chargn .of Slaters of St. John Haptist
(Episcopal), Collegiate, Academlo and ele
mentary Departments Music, Art, E.ncutluti.
Domestic Art, Domestic Science. Gymna
sium. Kor catalogue addresa
THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
St. Uclrns Hall.
THE LIFE CAREER
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1 direct 4)d to prepare a pernorf in the tt way
k is capable.1' President C. w. tliot.
This It the Mission of th
OBEGDM AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Forty sixtli School Year Opens
5EPTEHBER iSth, 1914
Write for Illustrated loo-rare Book
let, "THE LIFE CaREPR." and for Cata
log containirg full Information.
Degre Couriet AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus
bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for 1chfri. FORFSTRY,
Logging Engineering, home eco
nomics: Domestic Science, Domestic Art.
ENGINEERING: Electrical. Irrljatlon,
Hiehway, Mechanical. Chemical, Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
Vocational rroni-Af:rlciilturt, Dairy
ing, Home Makers' Course, Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
School tf Musicf Piano, String, Band,
Farmeri Buiinees Court by Mail Free.
Address TBS RHCtSTE A,
(rw--l to -tl Corrallia. Oreswe
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Wlication. Address M HMtHEK. Pits Uts, Csl
Arcrcditrd to Colleger F' and We.t. litimmit
Hiid Prlmarr Ilcpartincnt. llln.trst'-d ruMlnru.-.
I'riiK ipul. Mary I. Lot key. A. B. fale Ake. Cls.
St.- Mary's Academy and College
For Girls. Couducted by the SISTERS OF
THE HOLY NAMES OK JESUS AMI
MART. Grade, Academic and Collegiate
Coursed. Music. Art, Elocution and Com.
merctnl and D'trneatio Science If''.
Itealdent -and Duv i Students. Refln"l.
Moral and Intellectual Training. Write
fnr Announcement. School Reopens Kept.
15. Address SISTER Sl'PEKIUll, St.
Mary's Academy, Portland.
f1 J al :M
21 miles south of San Francisco. Pre
pares for College. General and elective
eourses. Address Secretary, Dept. J.
care W. T. Seid. Belmont, California.
A Select Non-Sectarian Boarding and Day School
lorBoy. MiliUty Uuciplme: Small flatter, ftier
Teachers. Careful luperrision secures results thai
are not attained elsewhere. Send for catalog,
Under auspleea Episcopal Diocese of Oregon.
Fall term starta September 23, 1614. Gram
mar achool and college preparatory courses.
Competent Instruction In all branches. Send
for booklet, "Whore Boys Are Trained to
Think." Address Bishop Scott School. Yam.
MAJSZAXIT HALU Tsllo Alto. California.
An accredited school, adjacent to Stan
ford linlverslty, preparing for entrance to
the universities and technical schools. Next
term begins Aug. 25. For catalogue and
speclflo Information, address H, otiedd.
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