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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 70TO. A 6095
City Kditor Main .070. A o09o
Sunday Editor Mam 0,0, -jgy
Advertising Department... .Main rOiO, A UJS
Cltv Circulation Main 7U.O. A J
Composing-room Main .0.0. A 6 ON
Printing-room Ma n .0.0. A. t.095
Superintendent Building. -Main .070, A OUJ5
HEIL1G THEATER (Broadway at Taylor)
House dark for week.
1.TKIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy. "The Dancing Girl." This afternoon
at 2:30 and tonight. 7:30 and K:1U o'clock.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK (Cars from 1st
and Alder) Band and orchestral music,
musical comedy and vaudeville. This ai
ternoon at 2 and tonight at 8.
PANTAGES (Broadway and Alder) This
afternoon at 'J. 15 and tonight at 7 :15 and 9.
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.
SUN8ET Washington, near Broadway.
Advertisements intended for the City News
in Brief columns in Sunday's issue must be
banded in The Oregonian business office by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
Advertisements Intended for the City New
In Brief columns In Sunday's Issue must be
handed In The Oregonian business office by
I o'clock Saturday evening.
Portland Presbttert Meeb-s. A spe
cial session of Portland Presbytery will
be held next Monday night at the
Anabel Presbyterian Church Mount
Scott, for three items of business:
To act on the petition of Rev. Robert
N. McLean and the congregation of the
Anabel Church to dissolve the pastoral
relations; to give Rev. Mr. McLean
permission to work outside the
boundaries of Portland presbytery,
and act on the Joint petition of the
Rose City Park Church and Rev.
Boudlnot Seeley to dissolve the pastoral
relations. Rev. J. E. Snider, moderator,
will preside. Rev. Mr. McLean leaves
September 16 to prepare to become a
teacher of Spanish in the DuBuque
Presbyterian Seminary, and Rev. Mr.
Seeley will spend a year in the East
In special study. No provisions havs
yet been made to secure new pastors
Xor these churches.
Evening Star Graxos: Meets. The
Evening Star Grange will meet in
regular session today. First and sec
ond degrees will be given at 10:30
A. M. The lecture hour is 2 P. M. and
a programme will be given as follows:
Piano solo, Miss Bernice Elliott; recita
tion. Miss Marjorie Knopp: vocal solo;
recitation, Miss Nellie Wa lidkj piano
solo, Miss Alvina Howard :ve minute
talk. "How to See the Fine Points That
Determine the Winner in a Poultry
Show," L. D. Elliott; address, "The
Compulsory School Law," Hugh Krum,
attendance officer of Portland; address,
J. A. Churchill, State Superintendent of
Two Companies Incorporate. Arti
cles of incorporation were filed with
County Clerk Coffey yesterday by the
Fishhawk Timber Company, the avowed
objects being to deal in timber and
real estate. Capital stock is fixed at
950,000 and incorporators are George
L. McFherson, Zera Snow and Wallace
McCamant. Articles of incorporation
were placed on record yesterday by
the William Isensee Company, the pur
poses being to manufacture and sell
in.et.-il products. Capital stock Is given
as $5000. Incorporators are William
Isensee, William Isensee, Jr., and Phil
Night Raid Threatened. "Some
night we expect to take both of you
out, make marks and welts on your
backs like you did that little girL
and If you get a coat of tar and feath
ers you need not be surprised. We In
tend that you be punished for that
hellish deed," is the text of a letter
signed, "Lovers of Children," received
yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Greene, of 213 East Seventy-seventh
street. Mr. and Mrs. Greene were re
cently before the Municipal Court for
overwhipping their 7-year-old daugh
ter. Anti-Shack Ordinance Changed.
The City p:ngineer will aid in Judging
the condition of buildings which are
to be razed by the city under provi
sions of a new antl-shack ordinance.
The City Commission considered the
ordinance at a meeting yesterday and
after deciding that the City Engineer
should take part In the proceedings for
condemnation sent the measure back
to City Attorney LaRoche for redraft
ing. The measure is aimed to open
the way for the removal of unsight
ly, dangerous and unsanitary buildings
In all parts of the city.
"Newsboy Kino" to Speak. "From
the Gutter to the Throne" will be the
topic of a lecture in the Y. M. C. A.
auditorium Sunday at 3:15 P. M., by
"Chlmmie" McFadden, the "King of
the Newsboys" Mr. McFadden -will
relate his experiences In Y. M. C. A.
work, after his reform by the young
lady whom he is to marry in October.
Mrs. E. C. Moore, with her two
daughters, Gertrude and Margaret, will
furnish several musical and elocu
Boy Hurt, Company Sued. Thrown
from a milk wagon and injured through
the alleged negligence of the Willam
ette Dairy Company. Clarence Swan
ion, a minor, brought suit yesterday
through Charles A. Swanson, his
fruardian, to recover J5135 damages
from that concern. The accident oc
curred on May 6, and it is stated the
lad was permitted and persuaded to
ride on the wagon, which was brought
Into collision with another vehicle.
More Voting Booths Asked.
Because of heavier registration figures,
D. G. Tomaslni, county sealer of
weisTbts and measures. yesterday
recommended to the County Commis
sioners that additional voting booths
be provided for the coming election.
It was directed that a joint agreement
Bto returned. The Sheriff was au
thorised to provide whatever supplies
Wandering Woman Aided. With
but little clothing on and that badly
torn and disheveled, a woman giving
h'er name as Mrs. C. Kirk and her ad
dress as 151 Seventeenth street was
found late Thursday night at Seven
teenth and Alder streets by Patrolman
Earl Nelson. She was taken home by
parently had wandered away from
Thief Gets Six Months. Six
months' imprisonment was ordered for
James Brennan, who appeared in the
Municipal Court yesterday morning on
a larceny charge preferred by Mrs. E.
Linn, of 294 Jefferson street. The
roods taken were identified by the
Fellowship Club to Hold Picnic.
The Irish-American Fellowship Club
will give their tirst annual picnic to
morrow at Canemah Park, leaving East
"Water and Morrison streets at 9:30
A. M on a special train. Games and
svmusements have been arranged for.
Sunday and Labor Day Excursion
to Cascade Locks on Bteamer Bailey
Gatzert; SI round trip. Leaves Alder
street dock at 9 A. M. ; arrives on re
turn at 5:45 P. M. Main 914, A 6112.
Special at Mace's Market Today.
Spring turkeys, chickens, ducks and
geese; also, fowls. Peaches, 40 cents
box. Olym'pta oysters. 50 cents pint,
delivered. Phone Main 5810. A 2J23.
An Invextion attracting much at
tention is on exhibition at the Stipe,
Toster Drug Co., -89 Morrison. Adv.
Hu'bands Leave the back page of
OrprrnnlAn at home morninzs for
y0tr wives to read. Adv.
Dr. Mters. dentist, removed to 814
Jorbett bids;. Phone Main 6807. Adv.
Dr. Elof T. Hedlund, Dentist, has
returned. Tel. Mar. 96. Adv.
Da E. H. Anthony now located
th floor Corbett bid-. Adv.
Morrison Bridge Changes Proposed.
Changes on the deck of the Morri
son bridge are proposed by which it
will be made possible for automobiles
to cross from the side roadways to the
center in order to pass slow wagons.
A committee from the East Side Busi
ness Men's Club has taken the matter
up. The only change required would
be to lay wooden strips along the
outside of the guards, which now pro
tects the street railways. This would
enable the automobiles "to climb" over
the guards, and still prevent slowly
moving wagons and trucks from get
ting on the streetcar tracks. Chairman
Holman, of the County Commissioners,
is reported favorable to the change.
The committee hopes to get action soon.
Portland Friends Meet. Portland
Friends Church quarterly conference
opened last night at the Lents Church,
the congregations of Sunnyside, Pied
mont and Lents participating. Marion
George, of Sunnyside, presided as su
perintendent. A workers' conference
will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
when these topics will be discussed
"Christian Science." Rev. John Riley;
"New Thought," Homer L. Cox; "Hus
sellism." Tyler J. Coburn. The educa
tional conference will be held tonight.
Levi T. Pennington, president of the
Friends College, of Newberg, will speak.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock S. W.
Grathwell will speak on temperance.
Falls Tract in Court. The owner
ship of the tract which includes Mult
nomah Falls, and which is to be given
to the county by S. Benson, figured
in a suit before Judge McGinn yes
terday morning to quiet title to the
property. The case was that of the
administrators of the estate of George
Wetherby against Mrs. Jennie M. Gris
wold. S. Benson has started condem
nation proceedings asfainst the same
property. The court allowed five days
for the acceptance of an agreement by
which $5000 will be paid for the 130
acres. Failure to settle the matter in
this way will bring it again into the
St. Helen's Hall Plans Made. St.
Helen's Hall, which was damaged by
Are Friday morning, will open its Fall
term the week of September 13, as an
nounced previously, according to a
statement yesterday by Sister Julia
Francis, the superior. Day pupils will
be received in all departments. In ad
dition, accommodations will be pro
vided for the boarding members of the
senior class. Plans for rebuilding the
hall are now under consideration, al
though rne date when work will be
started has not been announced. Mean
time, the students will be housed in
St. Helen's Hall gymnasium.
Grange Votes on Increased Dues
Today. Members of Evening Star
Grange, which will meet today in the
hall on the Section Line road, boutn
Mount Tabor, will vote on question of
increasing the dueus from 15 cents to
25 cents a month. The object of this
amendment is to do aiway with the
present plan of providing Grange din
ners mainly through donations. The
membership is nearly 300 and it is
estimated that the 10 cents from each
member will largely take care of the
Ambassador Stoned Is Report.
According to word received by the
Oregon News, a local Japanese news
paper, yesterday, from Tokio, Am
bassador Sato was stonea Dy Austrian
mobs at the time of leaving the
Austrian capital. It went further to
state that an anti-Japanese movement
Is being fostered in China by Ger
mans. Japan has occupied an sman
German islands near Kiau-Chau and
is clearing submarines from that vicin
ity said the dispatch.
Dr. Baar Heard From. Dr. Gustav
Baar, the Portland physician who has
been marooned in the war zone in
Europe, has reached Liverpool, accord
ing to word received at his Portland
office yesterday. Dr. Baar will sail
from Liverpool at once and will reach
Portland, probably about septemDer lo.
Dr. Baar has had a spirited trip across
the continent by auto from Carlsbad to
the English channel.
Boys Learn First Aid. With
Scoutmaster J. D. Corby in charge,
trooo No. 1 of the Boy Scouts of Amer
ica, yesterday visited the Red Cross car
in the city to instruct tne railway men
in first-aid work. The boys were given
demonstrations by the surgeon in
charge of methods or first aid, in
cluding carrying, bandaging, putting
on splints and resuscitation of per
sons drowned or shocked Dy electricity.
Rrsponsibility for Death Not Fixed.
No responsibility for the death of
William Ryckman, who was killed Dy
a fallinc rock at Kelly Butte Wednes
day, was fixed by a Ceroner's Jury at
the inquest yesterday. Ryckman, who
was a prisoner working In the quarry,
suffered a fractured skull when the
rock was "accidentally dislodged," said
Children's Home Enjoys Picnic.
One hundred children from the Port
land Children's Home were the guests
of president L. C. Gilman, of the North
Bank road, on a picnic to jietzer sta
tion yesterday. With Mrs. E. W. Mat
lock, superintendent of the home and
other attendants the happy "kidlets"
left on a special car at 8 A. M. The
happy guests returned at 7 f. M.
"New Testament Sabbath" Is Topic.
An unusual interest was manifested in
the subject of "The True Sabbath of
(he Bible," presented by Evangelist
Milton H. St. John at the tent taber
nacle last night. Opportunity for
nnestions was given and eagerly ac
cepted by many. Tonight Evangelist
St. John "will continue the subject by a
study of "The New Testament Sabbath."
Jail Matron Takes Jaunt. Mrs.
Elizabeth Rogers, matron of the County
Jail, left yesterday morning on the
steamer Bear for San Francisco, where
she will spend her vacation. During
her absence. Mrs. Frank Rogers, wife
of Tienutv Sheriff Rogers, will be In
charge of the woman's department of
the county prison.
Socialists to Open Hall. The So
cialists will open their new hall at
Second and Oak streets. Sunday evening
some of the Candidates will speak,
and Monday evening there will be a
social and dance and the invitation
reads "all our friends and enemies
"Fifty Years of Europe." sermon by
Rev. 5V. G. Eliot Jr., Sunday morning,
September 6. at 11 o'clock. Church of
Our Father. Broadway and Yamhill.
It is the first of a series upon "Causes
and Consequences of the Great War."
The public respectfully invited. Adv.
Y". M. C. A. Worker to Speak. Richard
E. Randall, secretary religious work
department of the Young Men's Chrisr
tian Association will speak at the Sal
vation Army hall, 24S Ash street. Sun
day night at 8 o'clock.
Hear Dn. Luther R. Dtott. the new
quartet and organist in the First Con
gregational Church. Park and Madison,
September, s. at II and 7:45. Labor-day
services In the evening. All persons
Prohibition to Be Topic. George
L. Carr and N. G. Hedln. Portland busi
ness men, will discuss the question of
state-wide prohibition at Grays Cross
ing, near Lents. Monday evening. Sep
tember 7. at 7:45.
Music in a Boot-Black Stand. An
Alder-street boot-black stand recently
Installed an electrically self-playing
guitar instrument, and the proprietor
says that his patronage has Increased
more than threefold.
La Follett's Peaches. 1500 fancy,
late Crawfords. Elbertas on sale. Carrol,
Central Mkt.. today and Monday; Stall
23. We deliver. Adv.
Dr. J. L. Hewitt. 511 Broadway bldg.,
has returned from his Summer vaca
atty. Henry S. Westbbook has re
turned; offices moved, suite 809 Journal
Ice Cream delivered to all parts of
the city. Washington Cream Co. Adv.
Dr. J. C. Ross moved to 610 Morgan
bldg. Marshall 5975. Adv.
Motorcycuo Window, Meier & Frank's.
Packers' School to Open. The
Apple-Growers' Association of Hood
River is preparing for the handling of
the coming crop, by arranging to open
a school of apple packing at which all
details of the work will be studied, and
lectures will be given by experts. The
school is to begin on September 7, and
will continue through the week. A week
in the school is expected to produce
an expert packer, and expert packers
are worth from $3 to $4 a day. The
Hood River school expects many out
siderss to learn more about the hand
ling of fruit in preparing it for the
Doctor to Talk of Drink. Dr. E. H.
East and Mrs. M. L. T. Hidden will
discusss the queusion of state-wide
prohibition at the Adventist tent. Thir
teenth and Morrison streets, Sunday
at 3 P. M. Dr. East Is a practicing
physician of Portland who has spent
many years in India in medical Hus
sion work. While there he saw" the
effects of drink upon the native. He
recently occupied Dr. Hinsen1 pulpit
at the White Temple.
Dr. E. H. Miller, Dentist, has re
REALTY BOARD MEETS
DAVID M. ROTH, MEMORY EXPERT,
Paul A Cowglll Acts as Chairman of
Day and Dean Vincent Tells of
By passing several severe memory
tests with virtually a perfect score,
David M. Roth, memory expert, yester
day entertained the Portland Realty
Board at its first weekly luncheon of
the Fall season.
His first demonstration was memor
izing the names and telephone numbers
of the 75 present as they responded
successively to the rollcall. Later he
recalled every name as originally cailea
and nearly all of the telephone num
bers as requests were made on a hit-and-miss
basis. He even remembered
George Schalk's Joking report that his
telephone had been temporarily dis
connected." Having numbered the front page
headings of newspapers for various
dates he distributed the papers among
the audience and promptly gave the
exact wording of each. As far back as
early July he repeated correctly head
lines of editions of The Oregonian,
hich were not among the marked
By the use of charts he named lists
of given words from memory by num
ber. The practical side of his mental
power was demonstrated when he iden
tified immediately a pair of glasses
that had been left beside a remote
plate at adjournment by Elias Brong,
of the Brong-Manary Company.
Mr. Roth was introduced by Paul A.
Cowglll, chairman of the day, as a na
tive of Germany, "born in Mllwaukie,
At the opening of .he meeting Dean
Vincent, president o.' the board, read
a report of his recent attendance at
the National Association of Real es
tate Exchanges in Pittsburg.
WATER OFFICE WANTED
EAST SIDE PROTESTS AGAINST OR
DER FOR REMOVAL.
Facts Presented to Show Demand for
Station Is Heavy and Any Change
Woald Be Unjust.
Property owners and residents in
East Portland, through the East Side
Business Men's CluTb, yesterday filed
a protest with Commissioner Daly
against the closing of the water office
on East Alder street.
This committee has gathered figures
to show thfe amount of business done
per month at this office. Collections
for August. 1914, were $6213.40; aver
age receipts per day, $202; number re
ceipts per month. 5107; average dally
collection, $273.15; average amount col
lected per month so far in 1914,
$6896.97: delinquents paid at this of
fice, 2000; average number of persons
calling per. month, 200; average for
the month, 5200.
The committee sets forth that, if the
office is closed, it will cost $68.96 to
collect water taxes, at stores and citi
zens will pay $390' in streetcar fares
to the City Hall.
"It will be not only a great injustice
to the merchants and business men,"
said the committee In its petition, "but
a great inconvenience to the people of
this central district, as evidenced by
the fact that more than, 5200 visit this
office per month, and the moving of
the office will be a detriment and in
convenience, and a great injury to the
East Side business interests, built up
and established through tho aid of this
practically and centrally located East
Side water offlae in past years."
Orders have been issued to close the
East Side and Albina water offices Oc
tober 1. The Albina Business Men's
Club withdrew its objections to'the re
moval of that office.
CAUSE OF REPAIRS SOUGHT
City to Determine Responsibility for
Damage to Bridge.
To determine the cause of damage
which has been done to the Grand-avenue
bridge, making Immediate repairs
necessary, the City Commission yester
day Instructed City Engineer Dater to
make a complete Investigation. It Is
thought the North Bank tracks under
the' bridge have been responsible for
part of the damage and that the com
pany should bear part of the cost. It
is thought also that the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power Company tracks
across the bridge have been partly re
sponsible. It is the plan of the Commission to
have a scientific investigation made to
determine the responsibility of these
two companies, so that their share of
the damage can be ascertained as well
as the share to be borne by the city.
TOURISTS SAFE, IS REPORT
Ralph Hoyt and Family Xow De
layed In London.
Ralph W. Hoyt and family have ar
rived safely in London, but are unable
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before October 1, according to word
received here yesterday. iney were
marooned in Copenhagen for more
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gage, which was sent on to Carlsbad,
According to a message dated Sep
.mh,T i xti Marv Frances Isom in
tended to sail that day from Liver
pool. She Is accompaniea oy miss oei
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Smith are
in nrrlvA here next week, hav
ing landed in New Tork safely.
It Is believed mar. ur. rtay .naiaun
and Mrs. Matson are still in Vienna.
Rogue River Rocks to Move.
SALEM, Or., Sept. 4. (Special.) Ad
vices were received today by Governor
wwr . . v, tT.fl.ral Fifth Cnmmis-
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sioner that the Government will remove
We have on deposit with
the State of Oregon
in approved securities to
enable, us to act as ex
ecutor, administra tor
guardian, receiver, assignee
and trustee without being
required by court to fur
nish bonds and for the
protection of those who
hold our Guaranteed Cer
tificates of Title and Pol
icies of Title Insurance.
Title A Trust Bldg.,
Fourth, near Stark.
racks installed in the Rogue River near
Grants Pass to catch eggs. The racks
prevented the fish from going up the
stream with the result that numerous
complaints were made to the executive.
DENTAL BAN WILL PASS
COUNCIL APPROVES ORDINANCE
AGAINST STREET PRACTICE.
Two Members Oppose Measure, Ma Win a
It Impossible to Carry It With
Emergency Clause Added.
Although it became apparent yes
terday that a majority of the members
of the City Commission favor the pas
sage of an ordinance promoted by the
State Health Department to prohibit
Painless Parker from practicing den
tistry on the streets, It was shown that
the measure has sufficient opposition
in the Council to make its' enforcement
impossible for at least six weeks.
Th Council stood three for passage
and two against. This means that the
measure cannot be passed . with an
emergency clause. It will come up in
two weeks for final passage and will
then go over for 30 days before going
The measure as drafted originally
provided against the practice of medi
cine, dentistry and surgery In any pub
lic place. It was referred to City At
torney LaRoche and changed to pro
hibit these practices in any street,
highway or park.
Commissioner Daly moved to post
pone the measure indefinitely.
Commissioner Brewster was cham
pion of the ordinance. He said be con
sidered the practice of dentistry in the
street an unsafe and unsightly propo
sition. He favored immediate passage
of the measure. Commissioner Dieck
took the same view, while Mayor Albee
said he considered it a matter of pol
icy. "I do not take into consideration
the fact that it may be aimed at some
particular person. It is a matter of
PAVING PROTEST USELESS
Cij Accepts Work Despite Property
Over the vigorous protest of prop
erty owners in Ladd's Addition the
City Commission yesterday, by vote of
four to one, accepted the pavement as
laid by the Warren Construction Com
pany on Bast Harrison street, from
East Twelfth street to the Central
Park in Ladd's Addition. Property own
ers, headed by T. S. Lawrence, con
tended that the pavement was not
properly laid and they wanted the city
to refuse to accept it until improve
ments were made.
The property owners announced that
they would take the question into the
courts. "We will have the State Su
preme Court decide whether we will
pay the price," declared. Mr. Lawrence.
"We contend that the pavement is not
up to standard and we are paying the
full price for it."
ORDER SUIT TODAY.
$25 for Any Tailored Suit.
For today only, to advertise our big
tailoring establishment, we will make
to order any imported or domestic suit
ing in the house for only $25.
They sell regularly at $30 to $50.
We are prepared to measure 200 suits,
and they will all be made during the
next week or ten days, here in Port
land, in our electric shops.
J. L. BOWMAN & CO..
Third and Stark Sts. Adv.
MAN-HUNT 0N3RD STREET
There will be a man-hunt on Third
street today. Somewhere on that
street, between the hours of 2 and 8:30
tonight, a good-sized man, with a $20
gold piece, will be promenading up and
down that street. Some man, woman
or child, with a sales check of a store
on Third street, can be the possessor
of the aforesaid $20 gold piece by the
mere asking for it. All one has to
do is accost the mysterious gentle
man and ask him if he has the $20.
Farm Named Apropos Benefetis.
ALBANY, Or., Sept. 4. (Special.)
"Big Brother Farm for Boys" lsthe
name registered by Professor Chester
A. Lyon, of Lebanon, for his farm near
away your opportu
nity to get high-grade
Bonds that bear a
high rate of interest
We have a small
amount for sale, to
net 612 interest
They'lTnot last long
Some as small as
$100 Add to your in
come by taking one or
Commerce Safe Deposit
and Mortgage Co.
91 Third St
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
rain and have us
Men's and Women's Fast Dye
Gloria Umbrellas; Ji.Zo ana
$1.35 values, special ff
W M. IVV
Women's Taffeta Umbrellas,
with -"latest style military
loop handles; spe- " "7Q
cial at I if
"Pluvius" silk and linen cov
ering, guaranteed for one
300 MORRISON STREET
C. F. BERG, Manager.
that city. Though one of the most
unique far mnames registered in the
state under the farm name registra
tion law. It is very appropos, because
each Summer Lyon maintains a "fresh-
air farm" for poor boys. Keeping se -
eral Portland toys on his place for two
weeks at a time during the vacation
To indicate just what we are doing,
we want to say that we are selling
brand new pianos for $98, not stencils,
not shop-worn or damaged pianos, but
clean, fresh, desirable, up-to-date pi
anos for which in the usual retail way
$225 has to be paid. We are selling
everything else in this big piano-house
at correspondingly low prices the fin
est, and the largest, musical instrument
stock on the Coast. Why this has to
be done, and how we can afford to do
It is stated on page 7. this Issue, "An
Urgent Piano Sacrifice." Store open
this evening. Adv.
A genuine feast
will be your
Tvhen partaken of in
5:30 to 9 o'clock-
We will receive sealed bids
at our office, No. 400 Chamber
of Commerce building, for the
business known as the Peo
ples Clothing Company. 104
106 Third street, and consist
ing of gents' furnishing goods,
clothing, hats and fixtures, all
of the inventory value of
$48 000.00. The business was
established 18 years ago.
Bids must be at our office
by Monday. September 14. at
I P. M., when they will be
opened. Terms, cash. Certi
fied check for 10 per cent
of the amount offered
accompany each bid. Right IS
reserved to reject any and all
bids. Inventory may be seen
at our office or at the store,
and the place of business may
be inspected upon application.
Attorneys for Creditors.
Comer North Third and Flanders Sta.
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Fourth & Alder
Pacific Phone, Marshall 1 Home Phone, A 6281
M"BuyEHy This Saturday
At Special Saving Prices
Market Closed all day Monday, Labor Day
Lamb 1914 Lamb
Legs, Loins and Racks at, lb.
Shoulders at, lb
Breasts at, lb
Our Special Bargain Meat Counter will be heavily
stocked with a large assortment of nutritious Meats
priced from 6 per pound to 10 per pound. J ones'
"corned-just-right" Corned Beef at this counter at
10 pound. Nice sliced cold for Monday's luncheon.
A Dinner on
that will bring a world- peace
to you ana yours
Table d'Hote Dinner
At The Portland
Id the cool diningroom. with the fresh September sirs filtering in
thro' the vine-clad courtyard
Five-thirty to- eight
Music throughout the evening
G. J, Ksufmann, Manager
Twenty Dollars Reward for
ni,,np. uhov will arjDear
between the hours of i nd 8:80 p. m.
Saturday, September 5 on Third street,
between Jefferson and Gllssn streets.
He will have $20 In gold, which he
will hand to the first person recog.
nlzing him. provided the captor holds In
his hand a sales slip dated Sept. 4 or 5.
issued by any merchant doing business
on Third street, between Jefferson and
Gllsan streets. It is absolutely neces
sary to have such a sales slip In order
to have a chance to win the $10 reward.
at 7:45 at the
13th and Morrison
Evangelist St. John
Hoyt and Sixth SU
New Fire Proof 200 Booms
RATES 75c UP
Permanent fraestt solicited Special
Kates. One Block from Union Depot.
H. JENNING & SONS. Prop
W. A Burleigh. Max
801001.8 AND COI.I.EtlKH.
13th and Montgomery Streeta.
26TH YEAR OPENS
The principal will be in the office
from 9 to 12 and 2 to 3:30 daily for
consultation and enrollment. Call for
University of Oregon
Tmi Wn opiDl splnibr II, 1114. Coan
f tare yeara, laad.us lo dear of LI
ssd mbiaclug .o Drancnaa of tba law. is
eluding moot court and Uaoaie work. Ca&ei
aataa nraparad aapcclally 'or admualoa i
bar Faculty ol IT Insiructore. L-ocatad 1a
beart of city. Adjacent to courta For cata
losua lvlng antrauca raplremonta aas rsu
Information addr.aa Carlton K. Slrencar. aaa
retary. 410 Tilford bulldtma.
A Select Non -Sectarian Boarding and Day School
for Bojri. Mililary Ditcipline; Small Clauei; Meo
Teacher-. Careful auper-rUion seeurea rcaulu that
are no! attained eUewhere. Send lor catalog,
PETER PAN SCHOOL
Kindergarten and Primary Graduate
Twenty-nrst and Irvlas Streeta.
Number limited. Phona East
The House of Welcome
Park and Alder Streeta
In the theater and shopping
district, one block from any
earline. Eates $1.00 per day
and up. With bath, $1.50
per day and up. Take our
Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius, President
H. E. Fletcher, Manager
First and Oak Streets
Telephones: Main 165 ' A 1165