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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main TO70, A 609
llty Editor Alain 7U70, A 6003
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 80'J5
Advertising Department Main 7070. A 60H3
City Circulation ..Main 7070, A 6095
Composing-room ........... Main 7070. A 00113
Frlnting-room Main 7070. A 60.5
tuperintendect Building ...Main 7070, A 6095
HEIL.IO THEATER (Broadway, at Taylor
The drama. "The SheDherd of the Hills.
This afternoon at 2:5 and tonight at 8:15
BAKEh Baker Plavera In "Eton Thief."
This afternoon 2:30 an4 tonight at 8:15
LYKIC (Fourth and Stark) Mualcal com-
eay. "xne Casey Twins." Tnls alteruooo
at i:ju ana tonight at 7:30 ana u.iu.
RECREATIOX PARK Portland vs. MIS'
ions. Today at 8 o'clock.
PANTAQE8 (Broadway and Alder) Per'
formances 2:30. 7:30 and 0:30 P. M.
MARCUS LOBW EMPRESS (Broadway and
lumnuij uonunuoua from to iu
PEOPLE'S Weat Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC PRrk and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
HEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET Washington, near Broadway.
Advertisements intended for the City News
In. Brief columns In Sunday's Issue must be
uanuea in ins uregonian business on ice oy
v o ciuck oaturaay evening.
Hibebnuo Atjxiliabt ELECTS. The
ladies' auxiliary of the Ancient Order
ei Hibernians for the state, re-elected
Mrs. Ellen Elvers, state president, at
the convention held In the new Hi
bernian halL The other officers are
Vice-president, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, divi
sion JSo. 2: treasurer. Miss Anna A.
Punn, division No. 1; secretary. Miss
Anna Sherlock, division No. 2: miss
tress-at-arms, Mrs. Mary Limmerick,
oivislon jvo. 2, sentinel: Mary Douglass,
division No. 1; director. Miss Catherine
Quinn, division No. 1; director, Mrs. J.
Foley, division No. 2. Rev. Hugh Gal
lagher, C. S. C, of Columbia University,
delivered an address on the work: of
Church Plans Expected Today.
Rev. M. J. Ballard, pastor of the Port
land Church of the Latter-Day Saints,
East Twenty-fifth and East Madison
streets, expects to receive blue prints
of the plans of the proposed new church
to be built at the corner of East
Twenty-flfth and East Madison streets
today from Salt Lake City. The gen
eral architects of the Latter-Day
Saints have prepared plans and speci
fications for the building, and Rev. Mr.
Ballard said that excavations for the
foundation 'will start the ensuing
Miioa Urges Pbacb Praters. Peace
week, which is to be observed through.
uul ine country Beginning yctoDer 4,
will be officially proclaimed in Port
land by Mayor Albee. At the request
of President J. C. English, of the
Rotary Club, the Mayor decided yes
terday to issue a proclamation asking
all Portland people to join in the
prayers for peace. In addition he will
send out letters to the mayors of
other cities of the state asking that
they Issue similar proclamations.
Fikb Chief Files Protest. Protest
has been made by Fire Chief Dowell
against the Portland, Eugene & East
ern Railway Company stopping Its ln
' terurban cars on Fourth street at Yam
hill street in front of the fire station
there. Chief Dowell complains that
the cars frequently stop at this point
and make it difficult If not impossible
to get the long aerial hook, and ladder
truck out of the station in case of fire.
The complaint has been presented to
officials of the company.
Normal Mourns Girl's Death. A
committee of the faculty of the Wash
ington State Normal School at Ellens
burg, Wash., has passed a resolution
mourning the death of Miss Antoinette
V. Bruce at Portland recently. Miss
Bruce was for several years In charge
of the music department of that in
stitution. The committee report is
signed by . J. H. Morgan, Ella L Har
ris and Anna M. Qulgley, representing
the faculty of the Washington State
Frvg Pass Playground Test. Out
of a dozen persons who took a recent
civil service examination for the posi
tion of senior playground director five
passed, according to the official report
of the examination completed yester
day. The five and their ratings are
as follows: Alvin K. Bradford, 82.21
per cent; John Hessemer, 81.15 per
cent; David K. Brace, 79.6 per cent;
Marry H. Hewitt, Jr., 77.02 per cent;
Harry B. Murphy, 75.02 per cent.
Bishop Cancels Portland Meetings.
"Because of the condition of his health
Bishop William Bell, of Los Angeles,
Cal., has been compelled to cancel his
engagement to hold union evangelical
services in Portland In November. How
ever, he expects to spend two weeks
in Oregon in November, but not to
hold special services. Bishop Bell's
health is so Impaired that his physi
cian has ordered him to refrain from
all work not absolutely necessary.
Prize Babies to Enter State Contest.
Mrs. Emmet Kelly, of Gresham, has
entered her 3-year-old daughter, Ver
non Lucille Kelly, for the State Fair
ugenio contest. She scored 39 at the
contest held at the Gresham fair last
week, being the highest out of 31
babies who entered. Mrs. Joseph Eley,
whose 26-months-old son scored 97 at
the fair and was adjudged the cham
pion boy, expects to enter the baby
at the state Fair contest.
City Cuts, Oiling Costs. A saving
of $7891 has been made in the cost of
oiling the streets . of the city this
year over the cost in 1913, according
to a report prepared yesterday by the
street cleaning and sprinkling depart
ment. This year the city did the work
Itself by means of a specially con
structed automobile tank while last
year the work was done under con
tract This year the cost was 113,109
while last year it was $21,00).
Wife sick, Man "Gets" Money. "
As a means of providing for his wife,
who was shortly to become a mother,
E. W. Jones gave Dr. J. J. Sell wood a
check for J52 upon the Northwestern
National Bank in which he had no
funds, that she might have hospital at
tention. He was arrested yesterday
morning, at the bedside of his wife "
lor obtaining money under false pre
tenses. Funeral op Mrs. J. L. Light Held
Funeral services of Mrs. Jennie L.
Light were held Tuesday and the In
terment was made in Douglass Ceme
tery. She was born at Coldwater, Mich.,
June 7, 1846, and came to Oregon
with her husband in 1889. Mrs. George
Inglis, of Gresham, and W. L. Light,
of Troutdale, are her stepchildren.
Paving Is Proposed. The Improve
ment of East Twenty-flfth street, be
tween Holgate street and Gladstone
avenue and Kenilworth is proposed at
an estimated cost of (5317, The Im
provement will be an asphaltic con
crete pavement to be maintained for
Grange Meet Today. Russellville
Grange tonight will meet in Its hall
at Russellville and discuss the pending
measures to be voted at the November
election. Several short talks will be
made. Pleasant Valley Grange will
meet today at Its hall near Sycamore
Lecture in Library Hall. Tomor
row evening at 7:45 o'clock In Central
Library Hall Florence Crawford will
ive the third lecture In the basic
principles of truth and healing. The
topic will be "The Divine Ideal." Miss
Elva" C. Hassler will sing.
"Has Christianity Failed?" rfv.ii.-th
In series on "The War") at the Church
of Our Father, Broadway and Yam
hill, tomorrow at 11 A. M. The public
respectfully invited. Rev. W. G. Eliot
Jr.. minister.- Adv.
E. O. Epitzner, violin teaeher
10th and Wash., Selling-Hirsch bid'
Dhath Damages Asbtd. An ad
miralty suit filed by Thomas Coleman
administrator fnw A nfVinn.. lnhnUnn tit.
ceased, against the Edgar H. Vance, a
Bei, occupied ail day yester
day before Judge Bean in the Federal
Court Anthony Johnson, while assist,
ing in loading lumber on the Edgar
H. Vance, Js said to have been knocked
over into th n -. . . .. v.
suit asks whatever libel against the
"""i l" court may deem reason
able. The firm of Wood, Montague &
"fearea ror tne piaintm ana u
f huu tor tne aeienaant
- Hi aj t-i ixm w- a, vu
request of the State Water Board the
Hty Commission adopted a resolution
yesterday providing for the filing with
the state of a claim for the water
rights of the Zigzag- and Sandv rivers
in the Bull Run district This action
was taken to perpetuate the city's
rights on. these Btreams, which may be
used In the future to auzmant tha
city's water supply. Claims for the
ngnis nave Deen on file with the state
for several years past A new claim
was recommended as a precautionary
Mrs. r?r adv n . .r. t
T .. " t . A AL. IJ J. 1MB.-
Order to vtVA 11m. If , Ma.nall.
Clark to precure counsel to represent
n. V, A . . .
uciui-B .juage uieeton in tne hear
ing of a motion to modify the divorce
decree latelv srmntAri in that iiirt tn
ner lormer husband. A. E. Clark, a
postponement in the case was ordered
jmiciusj until today at 2 F. M. una
action T)nw h,nirK i. AnA VA.nAn
the ease, it being alleged that defend-
na.a uiartjgaraea a contract signea
.. n o ume isa divorce was granted
The motion Is supported by affidavits
Couple on Launch Trip Here. With
tne intention of passing a large part
i iwu-muiiLua leave oz aosence on
the Willamette and Columbia rivers.
left Fort Columbia, Wash., where the
lieutenant Is ntatinneri In their SS.fnnt
muncn last Thursday. They ar
rival! in Prirflo.l -J T.T ..
b.u.... jr l-JLt.. A . U JA A 0UU
day they expect to leave here for Cor-
Vallis, Where Mr. Chamhorn' rslstlm
live. They will return home by boat
iu:iiuua is enoecu
New Yorkers Study Oregon. The
products of the Willamette Valley are
to be made the subject of close study
uy uig nign . scnool pupils at Stony
Point. N. Y. a letter .i.i v.. .v.
Portland Phumher r rnn.....
day requests that pamphlets bearing
mo auuject do manea to tne school
' "so oy tne department of Ameri
can hiStOrV TLTlA Ptmm Ai al a.An.-nn...
Particular interest was manifested iii
mo xruit lnauatrv
premature explosion, occurring as he
..-3 Louipuig uown a cnarge of dyna
mite In the Columbia River Highway
work near Bonnnviiin usa v. i
stant death of Charles Wilson yester-
uA-y morning. Wilson was about 40
years of age. He was working at
Camo ISO. 7. ami hn nnln. kAAn
ployed bi nee fientember lfi
-iO,00O Damage Suit Started. Charg
ing negligence tn the PpiHai v.ii t
ber Company because of Injuries re
ceived while working In the logging
camp of that concern, Joseph Detlor
yesterdav brought unit t. eoA-inn
aBes- It is alleged a stump, pulled by
a. uuuAt, engine, struck the plaintiff
a.aaa. tttunod permanent injuries.
Washington At.ttmx-t Mnmn ro
poned. The meetinc of th whino.
LU" jscnooi Alumni vAssociatlon,
which was to have been held at the
home of Miss EUinA Viuii 0. etna zr
Taylor street, on Monday, September
aaa uo pumponeo to a later date.
Announcement of the time of the meet-
aaaS win ue maae later.
, SAy Investment for Anyone.
tau.vuu or ten vear it nai i
- m , A . bUb DCllli-
annual dlStrfr!!- hnni In tnn jt i
nations; for sale at 924c Pronounced
s oy numerous bankers. Can
satisfy the most critical of their value.
Will sell all or nn v nir v -a
ueai mem ior an investment. Tele
phone Woodlawn 3171. Adv.
Negro Faces Federal nnm n
a comolaint fllAri with ik. tt-i..j
States District Attorney. Sidney Allen,
tv o-rrestei yesterday by
Sergeant Harms nni nA?iA t .
th.,- " -A.c.a .won B.UU
a,"u "a an aneged violation of the
AHAttiin act prohibiting white slavery.
a.u. xi. u,. noKNsancH Back in
Pulpit. Rev. FT. v. vrr,ov,v. a
of the First Fn(i.v, i.- ,
- tJ - - - a . cAAVa.1
.uuruu, nasi eixtn street, who was 111
a. . u w ecus, nas recovered and will
occupy his Pulpit tomorrow.
Sell wood Mat Get Night School.
If a sufficient number enter, a night
school will be established this year In
wmtuuu wun tne seuwood school.
t-nncipai L. 11. Morgan will have
Why Not Mivnnw a -r
Sunday for a delicious chicken dinner?
ah yoiiwi condition; view un
surpassed. Phone Main 4288 for res
Duck Hunter. Have opening Jn club
aaa oauyios .isianu, nne shooting; com
fortable accommodations. Phone, day
Main 3840, evening. Mar. 4415 aat,
"The Man That Ran Away." Come
"m "e -n-ev. u. a. naum speak to
morrow evening at 7:30 In Calvary
Presbyterian Church. Adv.
All Jewish Young Men Invited to
membership rally. Bnai B'rith building
2 o'clock Sunday. Jonah B. Wise!
Hotel Carlton Restaurant. Sun
day, special fried chicken dinner. 75c
Kitty Mohan for Oregon City. Sun
day 10 A. M.. 2 P. M. Round trip, 25c
WIFE THOUGHT IN FEAR
MRS. STELLA FtJISSTOJf SAIIT TO
HAVE FLED FROM HUSBAKD,
Man Says Only Threat He Ever Made
Was That He "Would Love Her to
Death," bnt Is Bound Over.
Mrs. Stella Fueston. thone-ht tn rsv
been kidnaoed when Rhn mvatoriA.iin
disappeared last Saturday, left her home
at 230 hi Russell street in fear of her
life because of her husband's repeated
cruelties and threats, according to tes
timony at the preliminary hearing yes
terday in the Municipal Court Gaines
Fueston was held to answer to the Cir
cuit tjouri ana returned to jail In de
fault of $1500 bond.
Fueston was the only witness to ap
pear In his behalf. He denied the accu
sations, and said that the only threat
he ever made to her was that he would
"love her to death."
Mrs. Fueston wasv found Thursday In
the hands of trustworthy persons with
whom she had been staying since leav
ing her husband, asserts Mrs. Lola G.
Baldwin, of the Municipal Bureau for
the Protection of Women. Mrs. Fueston
now will be assisted in securing a posi
tion that R h A. mnv n 1 1 .1 I, v. ; 1 .
-r r f aaga CUIIUICD,
as it is improbable her husband will be
aoie to rurnisn bait ,
"You'll go to Walla Walla with rne.
If VOU don't I'll lrill trntt " i - -a. a-
J " AD A OWLC
ment attributed to Mr. Fueston by his
wiie wmcn rorcea her into going back
to him after a separation In Spokane.
He was twlr.A rrpatil in 1.
the charge of wife-beating and placed
unoer tauu Donas each time.
I'" m 1 1 w FiiAatnn Q ..H 1 A l A,
TP tl P tit nil A PMl St hAlh t.atlA.J A 1 .
on the part of the father, but knew of
no inreats. uepuiy city Attorney Stad-
lr pnnriuptprl thA nrnu..... i . a .
" wA..A A, VAA , ALUllllCy
C. A. Petrain represented the defendant
Excellent home cooking served daily
from 11:30 to 2 o'clock. 186 Fifth
LlfJNTON PROTEST FILED
COTJXTT COVRT ASKED TO REVOKE
UBflTED RAILWAYS FR-.CHISE.
Three Hundred Slsrn Petition Deelarlny
Company Has Broken Faith by
ChargiDK 10-Ceat Fare.
Led by Mayor Schaefer, of Linnton, a
big delegation from that city presented
a petition to the County Commissioners
yesterday morning asking that the
franchise given to the United Railways
on the Portland-St Helens road be
revoked The petition bore BOO signa
tures and the rooms of the County Com
missioners were crowded by the peti
tioners. W. L. Lightner was the only one of
the County Commissioners In attend
ance at yesterday's meeting, so no of
ficial action could be taken. Commis
sioner Hart Is in Eastern Oregon on
his vacation. Commissioner liolman
did not appear for the usual Thursday
Expressing regret that the board
could not hear the remonstrance offi
cially, Mr. Lightner directed that the
protests expressed by the visitors be
taken down by a stenographer and
promised that the matter would be pre
sented at the next meeting. The peti
tion probably will be considered this
Strong protests were voiced by a
number of speakers in the Linnton
delegation against allowing the United
Railways Company to occupy longer
the right of way granted bv Multnomah
County. Among the speakers were Mayor
Schaefer, O. M. Clark. Manager Kinge-
ley, or the Linnton Realty Company;
H. F. Hansen, L. H. Mills and Mrs. Mary
Reynolds. Bad faith was charged to
the railway company in that the fare
between Portland and Linnton had been
increased from 6 to 10 cents.
The petition asserts that an applica
tion for a franchise between Portland
and Linnton was filed with tha Countv
Court In April, 1907, and It was stipu
lated mat a b-cent fare would be
charged between the two points. Rights
of way on the Linnton road were grant
ed by the County Court In May, 1908,
conditional on a 6-cent fare.
The petition recites that shortly after
the new line started operation of
trains, the fare was increased to 10
cents and. when the matter was taken
to the courts, an order was made re
storing the 6-cent tariff. The Railroad
Commission waa then petitioned by the
United Railways and last November an
order was made by that body permit
ting the company to charge a 10-cent
The Linnton petitioners ask that the
franchise be revoked by the countv be
cause of the failure of the United Rail
waya company to live up to its agree
ment and the rights of way on the
county road be declared forfeit and the
traction line be compelled to remove its
It is stated that the Deoole of Linn
ton are assured that if these things
are done, other electric railway com
panies stand ready to nut a line in
operation between Portland and Linn
ton, upon which & fare of S cents will
FAIRS' BENEFITS SEEN
EDI'CATIO.VAL FACTOR SHOW2T AT
FOREST GROVE, SAYS AG EXT.
rooms next Monday nlgbt, Frank Co?
flnberry, the imperial raz ma taz, has
brought a new ceremonial stunt back
to Portland from Vancouver. B. C.
called the "sign of the yellow streak."
and U will be tried out for the first
time by the Muta on Monday night
Business matters deal with the plans
for entertaining u many of the poor
children of the cl(y as can be assem
bled at the Marcus Loew Empress The
ater four afternoons of the week of
October 5. The Muts have secured the
theater for Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday afternoons of
that week and besides free admission
to the show the children win be givtn
free transportation to and from the
theater through the courtesy of General
Manager F. W. Hild. o the Portland
Railway. Light & Power Company, who
is a member of the order. Entertain
ment and refreshments will be Included,
inthe Monday night programme.
Dog and Cat in Battle in
Hotel Seward Lobby.
Sorramento. Playera Flee When Fe
line Seeks Refuse Under Chain
and Pudenanlum la Quieted Only
After Pet I Captured.
Railroad Maa on Return From Tour of
Western Oregon Cites Ideals
Benton and Washington.
How the traditional county fair can
be made a great educational factor In
any community was well Illustrated
this week at the Washington Countv
air at Forest Grove, says D. D. Free
man. industrial agent for the
Electric-North Bank svstema. who ha
just returned from a tour of the various
xairs in western Oregon.
The Washington Countv Fair." alri
mr. D-reeman, "developed the educa
tional value of the efforts of the ne-ri-
cultural classes in the public schools
to the highest advantage. Benton
County also specialized on the displays
of the pupils, the ecbool In the Irish
Bend section distinguishing itself by
winning prizes the second consecutive
"It was Washington and Benton
counties' Becond attempt at fairs, but,
in both, the number of exhibits was
largely increased. At Forest Grove the
general farm displays occupied one
large tent, every foot of the space- be
ing filled with asreat variety of exhib
its. The industrial displays from th
schools filled a separate exhibit tent
The painstaking and conscientious ar
rangement of the booths of each school
attracted much attention.
Agricultural displays, manual train.
Ing, domestio science and other work
appeared from the Forest Grove High
School, the Dilley, Orenco, Hillsboro,
Aloha Huber, Cornelius, Verboort Dis
trict 97 schools. Pacific College and
the Kansas City Industrial Club. In
addition to these there were dozens of
individual entries from pupils.
I he Kansas City Industrial Cluh is
the name of a community of enter
prising folks, comparative newcomers
to Oregon, west rf Forest Grove. Some
of the leaders and many of the inhabi
tants formerly were Kansans and now
enthusiastic Oregonlans. Among their
exhibits, recruited from their first
school fair, were several sample bush
els of standard field corn tha bla- val-
low ears that make the pork of Omaha
and Chicago famous."
POOR "KIDS" TO SEE SHOW
Muts Will Complete Plana at JVCat
Meeting for Entertainment.
- Another class et- nrAcnAi-H mr..-
Will be 1 n i 1 1 litfA into th. V. - a
this organization following a business
session to be held In the Press Club
The bond market is
improving a little, but
nothing is being of
fered that is quite so
attractive as the 6y2
per cent . first mort
gage bonds we have
for sale, at face and
interest. Get details
from us before it's too
late. Amounts as
small as $100.
Commerce Safe Deposit
and Mortgage Co.
91 Third St.
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
AN old-fashioned "Tough-house"
reigned in the lobby at the Hotel
Seward for a few minutes last Thurs
day night when a thoroughbred bull
dog and a yellow cat stepped inside
to settle a dispute.
The trouble began immediately after
the dog jumped haughtily from his
master's automobile at the hotel door.
The oat. Instead of cringing, as be
came her humble anoestry, stood her
ground, with every hair on end.
"Gr-rrr Woof! Get out of the way
of your betters!" growled his highness.
"St-.plt-r.ow! I'm a darned sight
better nor you!" retorted Cinderella.
"Woof-wow-spat-spitz! S" and the air
was full of biting, scratching belig
erents. The superior weight of the dog car
ried his opponent backwards into the
hotel lobby. She took refuge under a
Three representatives of the Sacra
mento baseball team jumped from the
seats, where they were defeating the
Beavers. In climbing upon chairs they
showed the agilitv of Boston Bloom.
erites in the presence of a field mouse.
Porters, housemaids and guests packed
the lobby doors and from a safe dis
tance became spectators of the battle.
Pandemonium reigned until the dog's
owner succeeded in grabbing his col
lar. His highness was jerked back to
the automobile. His face had suffered
in the encounter, and was even homelier
than nature had intended it to be.
Meanwhile Cinderella had taken
refuge in the lobby fireplace.
"Meow-wo . owl This ain't bo
place for a decent female!' she re
marked plaintively. And when the
crowd ha4 dispersed, she slipped quietly
away to avoid publicity.
GREAT ARTISTS' COURSE
Subscription List Soon to Be Closed
for Season Tickets.
The seventh day of October Olive
Fremstad will open the Steers & Co
man series of concerts for this season.
The other four attractions are Josef
Lhevinne, Mme. Alma Gluck and
Efrem Zimbalist, Leo Slezak and the
Barrere Ensemble. Adv.
Mount Lassen in Eruption.
Mount Lassen, only active volcano in
United States, is in plain view against
the skyline 15 miles east of the South
ern Pacific Shasta route trains be
tween Redding and Tehama. If in erup
tion, passengers may have novel ex
perience of car-window view of a real
volcano in action. Shasta Limited leaves
Portland 8:60 P. M. daily, and Mount
Lassen is In view the following day
between 11:S0 A. M. and 12:55 P. M., or
an hour and 25-minute view of the vol
Labor Commissioner's Report Due.
SALEM. Or.. Sept. 15. (Special.)
i-aoor (jommlssloner Hoff announced
VI ft fl fis-vuaV r.nn-4 IT a Ml
Cue-half Block From Market bU
Strictly European iian.
Slngrle Koomt Jfto to 99
Rooms wiia Batfe I to S
a stu uasii ... . . ..... .- R. IV
o Room ,.fl to S3
witli wall bed l to $&
with Hail Bed Batb.fl to ;
f lrat-claaa 41nln--roora with
astomsii.nff.y low prieaa,
A Hotel sLooIkIdc for
University of Oregon
fall tens .pans September tl. Isl4. cnm
f tare rears, laadias to d.srae o( LU. a.
ADA ...H.. ...... . . . . . .
eluding moot court and daDat. wodfc Caasl-
- A" -A WAA VByvcAAAl ior AAA 1X1 ISSIO Q IS
ear. Faculty et it Inatruetors. Locat.4 ia
ai -art of city. Adjacaut to courts. For cata-
7 - - -.B -.-..- . w,, AUMU.A WWW A IAAA
information, address Carlton K. MiMiuwr,
rsiary. 4lu Tilford buildlne-
As Good as New.
Our Famous Pluviua Cover
.for Women's 26-inch
For Men's 28-tncb
The latest Umbrella
for womerij -Picadilly
style, all good silks
with crook handles,
all colors. See them
Special Women's Silk
Boot Hose, black wbite
3Ui Morrison street.
C. F, Bergr, Yice-President
today that his annual report, to be
Issued soon, would show that 15,969.848
acres of land were open to entry July
lthis year, as compared with 14.35S.176
July 1 last year. The report will show
that 1,396,524. acres were settled dur
ing the year and that 13.195. acres set
tled during the past three year had
Kelso Puplla to Serve Iunchea.
KELSO, Wash.. Sept 15. .(Special. )
In order that the student of the domes
tio science department of the Kelso
High School may have some practical
experience In cooning, Miss Margaret
Hunsaker. the Instructor, has arranged
to commence serving lunches for the
teachers and pupils of the high school
during the noon hour. These lunches
will be served practically at cost, but
the pupils will gain the actual experi
ence in preparing foods.
Pasco Theater Soon Ready.
FASCO. Wash., Sept. 25. (Special.)
The 30,000 Cord Theater, which Is
Corner IVertk Third and Flanders Sta.
w Furniture and For
&verrthla Fl'et Class.
E 1 a v ator.
Taste a b
YI'ASA, w. H. O'DOJIALD,
Main 8007 and JL 7844.
Oa our regularly advertised Saturday Special Sales wo take shoaa
orders, on cash or credit accounts and make delivery
For Our Regular
s " WE OFFER: r
Choice Prime Eib Roast of Beef , 1S per lb.
Beat Steer Beef Pot Boasts ., !l5- per lb.
XAegs, i,oins and Racka of 1914 Lamb -.1.17. Jb
Shoulders of Lamb q per lb
Breasts of Lamh , 8 per lb.
On all meats advertised on sale at our Special Bargain Meat Counter
Jfo Phone Orders Taken-No Delivery
Meats, advertised, at this counter are sold at greatly reduced prices to
induce personal marketing, and -will not allow of
. additional cost of delivery, etc.
At Our Special Bargain Meat Counter
Legs, Loins and Raoks of Yeal , lb
Shoulders, Veal Fricassee and Breast of Veal, , .2Y" per lb.
Rump Corned Beef IS1"? per lb
Fresh Spareribs 13 per lb."
No, 1 Steer Boiling Beef ,..10 per lb.
Shouldera of Lamb 10 per lb
Lamba' Liver and Hearts J0 per lb"
Pork Kidney 8 per lb."
Breast of Lamb 8 p lb
JONES' "PRIDE OF OREGON" Mild-Cured Haras,,.. 20 P?r lb
JONES' SHOULDER (PIONI0) HAMS ,.,14 per lb
Specially Low Priced for this (Saturday's) Sale
being ereoted tn Pasoo, Is rapidly sear
ing completion, and when finished will
be one of the finest playhouses In the
Northwest In any town of less than
25.00Q inhabitants. The promoters have
secured the Indorsement of the Cham,
ber of Commerce in the matter of sell
ing seats at $S and $10 eaoh for the
opening performance. This money will
be used In furnishing the theater.
It -will take eighty thousand pounds of
flour daily to supply rations for European
The House of Welcome
Park and Alder Street!
In the theater and shopping
district, one block from any
earline. Bates $1.00 per day
and np. With bath, $1.50
per day and up. Take pu
Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius, President
H. E. Fletcher, Manager
Of course, we expected that a large number of people
would want to buy the new Buttcr-Nut Bread.
We didn't expect, though, that the entire population would
want it right away.
Yet that's what seems to have happened.
And we're "much pbliged."
The NEW ,
Butter -Nht Sreai
Is here! And mv. the cleased crmmnra that -amm. '
in to us this morning
uian t know it was possible to make 6uch eood'
tasting bread " and hundreds like it.
If TOd'n OM Of the fAW whn halMnit j TC.a ,.T . . a - i
todajr tor ev.ry minute you put it on? you're tnissins- a real treat.
u STooa srocers nave it-p-5 cants the loaf larger size ) ceota.
Order en. ly we're finding it hard U all the demand.
UNITED STATES BAKEE.Y
Cor. E, 11th and FUnders. Botb Phones.
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SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES
Oregon State Fair
Fair Grounds, Salem
Fares From Portland
Daily Fare, Sept. 24 to Oct. 3 S2.00
"Portland Day," Oct. 1. $1.50
Corresponding; low round-trip fares from all
other Stations, Main Line and branches.
Special Trains Daily
Leave Portland Union Depot ... 8:10 A. jr.
Arrive Fair Grounds .,10:15 A.M.
Leave Fair Grounds , 5 :10 P. M.
Arrive Portland , . 7 ;30 P. m!
Will stop at all points to pick up and dis
charge passengers to and from Fair Grounds.
Special Shriners' Train
Saturday, October 3
ALL TRAINS-DIRECT TO FAIR GROUNDS
Regular Trains on Usual Schedule
ull particulars at City Ticket Office, 89 Bixth Street. Corner Oak.
Limen Depot East Morrison Street, or Any Agent of the
John II. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Hoyt and Sixtn SU.
Few Fire Proof 200 JJoomj
RATES 75c UP
Permanent guests solicited Special
Bates. One Block from Union Depot,
2L JENNINa & SONS. Prop.
W. A. Burleigh. Mgz.
CHAIRS TO EECANE,
School for the Adult Blind.
Hth n4 Davis.
fez particulars call J. F, Meyers,
Phono Wain 543.
First and Oak Streets
Telephones: Main i6j Aii6j