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TITT3 MOT1XING OREGONTAN, WEDNESD AT, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 7070, A 6005
City ilditor Main 7070, A 60J
un3ay Editor Main 7070, A Kl5
Advertising Department. . . -Main 7070. A 6005
City Circulation ... .. .Main 7070. A tiOSj
Compoaing-room Main 7070, A 6095
Printing-room lain 7070. A 6005
Superintendent Building Mi'in 7070, A 609j
HEII.IO THEATER (Broadway, at Taylor)
The comedy, "Kitty MacKay." This
atternoon at 2:30 and tonight at S:15.
BAKER Baker Playera In "The Family
Cupboard." Thla afternoon at 2:15 and
tonight at 8:15 o'clock.
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, "r. Dippy's Sanitarium." This af
ternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 7:30 an
RECREATION PARK Portland Tt. Lot An
gela. Weekdays, i F. M,
PANT AGES (Broadway and Alder) Per
formances at 2:30, 7:30 and 8:30 P. M-
MAKCL'S LOBW EMPRESS IBroadway and
Yamhill) Contlnoua from 1U10 to 11.
PEOPLE'S West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
6UNBET Washington, near Broadway.
Rhone Street Sewer Rubbed. The
contractor is pushing construction on
the Rhone-street trunk sewer, which
starts at Bast Twenty-first street. That
part between East Twenty-first and
East Twenty-sixth streets has been
completed. At Bast Twenty-sixth street
a. turn of one block south is made to
Bismarck street, it being necessary to
cut through the pavement. The trench
Is being cut from East Twenty-sixth
eastward. The sewer is 6 feet 5 inches
in diameter at this point and the con
crete m'onolite type of construction. It
will cost $118,000. which Is $30,000 less
than the estimate of the City Engi
neer. It will be built to South Mount
Tabor and serve a large territory,
somewhat low, after crossing Powell
Valley road. With favorable weather
this sewer will be completed this Fall.
New Milwaueie Students Welcomed.
New students were welcomed at the
Milwaukie high school last week. A
programme was rendered and refresh
ments were served. The Milwaukie
high school has an enrollment of 39,
an Increase of 17 over last year. It
was expected that the Wichita high
school students would come to Mil
waukie, but that district voted for a
ninth grade and hence keeps Its high
school students at home. In the
grammar grade the principal reports
the enrollment at 243. There are ten
high school students from Oak Grove
Street Improvements Completed.
Greeley street and Albina avenue
have been paved between Killings
worth avenue and Lombard streets.
The Greeley - street -"improvement
cost H8.000. This Includes ' the
ewers that were laid and the double
tracks of the St. Johns carline. Greeley
Is the street in line with the proposed
new boulevard extension from Killings
worth avenue along the old St. Johns
road to and through Lower Albina. The
Improvement of Albina avenue was
considerably less expensive being
$39,850. It bounds Peninsula Park, on
the west side.
Federax. Injunction "Denied. An
opinion handed down In the Federal
Court late Monday denied the pre
liminary Injunction asked by the Pa
cific Livestock Company, a California
corporation, in a suit filed against the
Oregon State Water Board and others
to restrain further proceedings before
the Board in the matter of determining
the relative rights of more than 200
users of the waters of Silvies River in
Oregon. The case was originally tried
before United States Circuit Judge
Gilbert and Federal Judges Bean and
Fish Law Violation Excused.
Upon complaint of the Fish and Game
Warden, J, G. Thodas was brought be
fore Judge Dayton in DiBtriet Court
yesterday on a charge of having sold
a salmon trout under 15 Inches in
length. Ho entered a plea of guilty
and said he had bought the fish from
a wholesale dealer and did not know
that any of illegal length were among
the lot. He was fined $25 and the
penalty remitted upon condition that
he comply with the state law.
Alleged Whitb Slaver's Baii, Set.
Following a bearing before Commis
sioner Drake in the Federal building
yesterday Sidney Allen, colored, ac
cused of a violation of the white slave
act, was bound over to grand jury
under $3000 bail. Mr. Allen is al
leged to have transported Mrs.
Christina "Fleming, also colored, from
Everett, Wash., to Portland in viola
tion of the Mann act. Mrs. Fleming is
being held as a witness.
Tenderloin Steak, 15c Prime rib
roast beef and mutton chops are also
15c; shoulder mutton and beef to boil
are 10c, small T-bone steak Is 17 He
legs of mutton and roasts of pork are
12 c, fancy roast pork is 17 c, pot
roasts, 12c; pork chops, 17 He; bacon.
20c; sliced bacon, 25c; a whole chicken
halibut for 35c Come to Frank L.
Smith's market, 228 Alder street, and
145 First street for these good, cheap
Pupils Now Number 27,887. The
registration in the public schools of
Portland up to and Including last Mon.
day. showed total entry of 27,887 or
1675 more , than the total enrollment
on the preceding Monday. Although
there were slight increases during the
week in all of the schools nearly all
of new students enrolled In the half
dozen schools recently affected by the
quarantine placed on smallpox in the
Mount Scott district.
Sale op Bad Apples Admitted.
Paul Ravick pleaded guilty yesterday
in Judge Dayton's department of Cir
cuit Court to having sold a box of
decayed apples. His explanation of
the circumstance was that he bought
tne appies in a large lot from a Jobber
ana men sola them in smaller quantl
ties throughout the city from a huckr
ster's wagon. He was fined $25 and
the fine remitted.
Library to Have War Talk. "War
in .Europe and High Prices in Amer
ica: Why?" will be discussed in room
A of the Central Library at 8 o'clock
tnis evening. JJ'red W. Jobelmann,
cnier lecturer or the Bonville In
dustrial League, will deliver the Drin
cipal address, after which the meeting
will be given over to a general debate
on the question.
Bootlegger Is Sentenced. Upon
his admission that he had transported
liquor into the Warm Springs Indian
Reservation in violation of the Federal
statute, R. C. Alexander, a farmer
living near Madras, Crook County, in
dicted by the recent grand jury, yes
terday was sentenced by Federal Judge
Bean to 60 days in the County Jail
and fined $100 and costs. ' -
Woodmen to Visit Vancouver.
Multnomah Camp, No. 77, Woodmen
of the - World,- will runpecial cars
to Vancouver tonight for their own
members and members from other
Portland camps. The degree team of
Multnomah Camp will confer the de
grees on a large class at Vancouver,
Students of Dentistrt anp Pharmact,
Take Notice. The annual session of
North Pacific College begins Thursday
morning. October 1. Registration days,
September 28, 29 and 30. Regular de
gree students are required to enter at
beginning of session. Adv.
Three Speeders Pat Pen alt t.
Three automobile speeders were fined
$15 each by Judge Dayton in District
Court yesterday. All were arrested by
County Traffic Officer Eugene White.
The offenders were William Shehan, M.
J. McCauley and Russell Case.
Calvary Presbyterian Church, Rev.
O. S. Baum, Sunday. Adv.
Dr. Hubert F. Leonard has returned.
Three Companies Incorporate. -Articles
of Incorporation were filed yes
terday with County Clerk Coffey by
the Pacific Land Company by the fol
lowing: A. L. Watson, E. W. Hall and
H. G. Fleischhauer. The capital stock
is given as $300,000. The objects are
to deal In property of all kinds and
contracts, loan money and execute
options and contracts. The Falls City
Salem Lumber Company filed articles,
purposes being to conduct a general
lumber business with a capital of
$50,000. The incorporators are: "F." S.
Belcher, George B. Guthrie and Wallace
McCamant Articles also were filed by
the Walker Grocery Company, intend
ing to carry on a general grocery
business. The incorporators are:
Elizabeth Walker, John Ryder and
Franklin F. Korell. The capital is
given as $2500. .
University or Oreoon Extension
Classes. All nernana interested in Unl-
Sundays, 2:30 ;Versity Extension study, or in joining
classes to be given by the University of
Oregon Extension Department in Port
land this winter, are requested to at
tend a preliminary meeting at the Pub
lic Library, Room H. on Friday even
ing, October 2. Courses will be offered
in English and English Literature,
German, History, Psychology, Public
Speaking, Economics, Mathematics, as
well as along other lines, provided the
demand warrants. These courses
are wholly free so far as all public
meetings and class exercises are
concerned. The office of the Univer
sity of Oregon Extension Department
is at 309 Journal building. Telephone
Main 2869. Adv.
Destitute- Men Need Work. Among
the most pathetic cases that came
within the scope of the Associated
Charities were those of a poor young
man of 22 years, a recent arrival from
Holland, and a destitute little family
consisting of a young man, his wife
and two babies. The Dutchman can
understand scarcely a word of English
and is sorely in need of a friend from
his country who will take an interest
in him and get him a job. The man
with the family has tried vainly to
get work and is willing and able to
do anything. Any one who will give
these men work should telephone the
Associated Charities, Main 717 or A
City Awards Smithy Contract. J.
E. Hazeltine & Co. was awarded a
contract yesterday to furnish the city's
supply or norse&hoes, rjLyber pads,
calks and nails "for the year com
mencing October 1. The contract will
amount to nearly $500 a month. A
material reduction in the cost of these
supplies is reported by Municipal Pur
chasing Agent Wood. For horseshoes
the city will pay $3.90 a keg; for pads
from 66 cents to 90 cents a pair
for' calks, from 4 to 4 ceits a pound
and for nails from $11.67 to $12.40 for
Alleged Auto Thief Escapes.
Victor McCroskey, arrested in Evans
ton, wyo, with A. I Fenner, on a
charge of having stolen the automobile
of otto Nelson, September 1, from an
East Portland street, where it bad
been left standing, managed, to escape
from Deputy Sheriff Lumsden, while
on the train near Arlington Sunday
Both the alleged auto thieves were
being brought back for trial after
being arrested In Wyoming. McCroskey
feigned illness and the handcuffs were
removed, out of consideration for the
Meade Mission Circle to Meet. An
interesting meeting will be held to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock under
the auspices of the Florence Meade
Mission Circle or the Universalist
Church, 405 Halsey street. In addition
to the consideration of Important work
connected with the organization, a talk
is assured from Mrs. A. A. Gaylord on
"The Growth of the Universalist
Church. &he has returned from a
year's sojourn in the East. The
hostesses of the day will be Mrs. Emma
McLean and Mrs. D. T. Martin.
Burn side Bridge Traffic Heavy.
The record of the three of the busiest
months, July, August and September,
shows that the draw of the Burnside
bridge was opened on an average 906
times more often than the Broadway
bridge and 1000 times more often than
the draw of the Steel bridge.
Frequently the draws of either the
Steel or Broadway bridge would not
be opened for three or four days. The
record shows the Burnside carries the
heaviest tonnage and vehicle traffic of
any of the bridges.
Bank Cashier to Talk On "Gold."
Edgar H. Sensenich, cashier of the
Northwestern National Bank, will ad
dress the Progressive Business Men's
Club tomorrow , noon on the abject of
"Gold," in its relation to trade con
ditions and credits. His talk will be
of particular interest to business men
Mr. Sensenich recently delivered an
address before a bankers' convention
in Montana. O. O. Ticknor, treasurer
of Ballou & Wright, will be chairman
of the day.
Woman Lobes Damage Suit. Louisa
Johnson, who sued the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power Company for
$10,000 for alleged Injuries received by
a fall off a Portland streetcar, is denied
balm, a Jury in Judge Kavanaugh's
court returning a verdict yesterday for
tne defendant. Negligence was charged
to the defendant company in permitting
the car to start while the complainant
had an Insecure looting on the step.
Women to Hear Lecture. Miss
Emma Lovett, superintendent of rescue
work in two of the charitable in
stitutions or Portland, win give an
illustrated lecture to women only in
the Public Library this afternoon at
2:30. Her lecture entitled "Life's
Shadows on the Pacific Coast." has al
ready been given in a number of the
city churches and has been received
with much Interest and enthusiasm.
Inheritance Tax for Two Reported.
Inheritance taxes were - reported to
the State Treasurer by Judge Cleeton
yesterday as follow: Estate of Fidelia
Powell, '$90 tax on legacy of $5000
estate of Thomas Moran, $15 on
legacy of $500. The legatees are: John
A. Powell, a brother-in-law of Fidelia
Powell, and Wlnnlfred Cahill. to whom
part of the Moran estate was bequeathed.
Workman Sues for $10,000. Zimri L.
Thomas brought suit against the Carl
ton Consolidated Lumber Company yes
terday, asking $10,000 damages for in
juries alleged to have been sustained
last March while employed by the com- .
pany. It is charged that through the
negligence of a donkey englneman,
permanent injuries were inflicted upon
Series of Ten Sermons Announced.
Rev. W. O. Shank, pastor of the
East Side Baptist Church, will preach
a series of ten sermons on the Lord's
Prayer, beginning next Sunday. Rally
day in the East Side Church will be
celebrated October 4. Members, former
members and those who intend to unite
with the church will attend.
Recovery of $5384 Sought. Suit
was started yesterday in the Circuit
Court by the City of Corvallis for the
Denny-Renton Clay & Coal Company
against L. Seybold and the National
Surety Company to recover "$5384, al
leged to be due for materials used in
building a Bewer system in Corvallis.
Physical Culture Men Increase
About 300 business men are now en
rolled in the Young Men's Christian
Association physical culture classes, ac
cording to a statement last night by
A. M. Grilley, physical director of the
club. The men are divided into five
Montavilla to Discuss Paving.
The Montavilla Board of Trade will
meet this evening at 8 o'clock in
Hamilton's chapel at East .Eightieth
and East Glisan streets. The paving of
East Glisan and the Stark-street trunk
sewer extension will come up for dis
cussion. Students of Pharmacy and Dentistry,
Take Notice. The annual session of
North Paciflo College begins Thursday
morning, October 1. Registration days,
September 28, 29 and 30. Regular de
gree 6tudents are required to enter at
beginning of session. Adv.
Catholic Foresters Social Is To
night. A short debate between H.
Jacques and M. J. Driscoll, who will
speak on the $1500 exemption bill, will
be a feature of the entertainment-to
be given tonight by, the Cathedral
Court, Catholic Order of Foresters,
which will be held in their hall.
Fifteenth and Davis streets. A, game
of "500," with prizes for both men and
women and some music and addresses
will be a part of the evening's
pleasures. All members and their
friends are invited.
Club Plans to Seek Members. A
membership campaign will be inaugu
rated by the Portland Commercial Club
within the next few weeks, according
to plans discussed yesterday at the
weekly meeting of the. board of gov
ernors. The details of the campaign,
however, have not been arranged.
Impetus was given the scheme by the
reception of six new members yester
day. The new members are: Aaron
M. Frank, John C. Boyer, C. L. Horn,
Clarence D. Strow, D. C. Burntrager
and Will T. Wright.
Y. M. C. A. to Hear Dramatist.
Miss Elizabeth Eugenia Woodbury,
dramatic Interpreter, will open her Fall
season with a programme at the Y. M.
C. A. auditorium Thursday night.
Among the numbers on the programme
will be the "Gift of the Magil." Miss
Woodbury Is a graduate of the Colum
bia School of Expression in Chicago,
sas was also an instructor in the
East Caruthers Paving Knocked
Out. A remonstrance was filed with
City Auditor Barbur yesterday by 64
per cent or tne property owners on
East Caruthers street from East
Thirty-fourth street to Stratford Addi
tion knocking out paving proceedings
on that street. Proceedings were
started several months ago when near
ly 50 per -cent of the property" owners
tavorer the improvement, it is reported.
jjutos juan uohikq. iter. J. w.
Thompson, of Boston, Mass., will come
to Oregon to take charge of the Metho
dist churches at Westmoreland, Brent
wood and Carson Heights. He was
appointed at the recent Methodist con.
ierence and yesterday telegraphed his
acceptance of the charge. He will
succeed 'Rev. Alfred Bates, who has
been transferred to Warrenton.
-Woodstock Church Lecture Scene.
Rev. W. G. MacLaren will give an
illustrated lecture tonight in the Wood
stock Methodist Episcopal Church. His
subject, "Life's Shadows on the Pa
cific Coast," is full of interesting per
sonal experiences and the views shown
are from the dark side of life as seen
by Mr. MacLaren in his work in Port
land and elsewhere.
Muzzle Ordinance Up Today.
Whether Portland dogs are to be re
ileved of their muzzles for the rest of
this year will be decided by the City
Commission this morning when an
ordinance repealing the muzzling ordi
nance will be up for final nfessaxe. The
canine family has been forced to
adhere to the muzzle law for about a
Virgil MacMickle Also Successful.
Through oversight the name of Virsril
MacMlckle was not included with the
list of persons who passed a recent
civil service examination for play
ground directors. Mr. MacMickle passed
witn a rating or 78.7 per cent.
Lents Churches to Give Supper. A
supper will be given by the Young
feopie s x eaeration of Lents Metho
aisi ana baptist cnurcnes ror young
people of that community. A pro
gramme of addresses, musio. and games
nas been arranged.
Stereopticon Views at Y. M. C. A.
Oregon educational stereopticon views
will be shown Friday night at the
Sellwood Y. M. C. A. by Director John
Hessemer free to children. The view
include illustrations of products, build
ings, plant and animal life.
Rose Club to Be Guests. Mrs. Fanny
Smock will entertain the Rose Social
Club at her home 1063 Oswego street
tomorrow afternoon. All Royal Neigh
bors have been invited to attend. '
Ventura Club Guest Today. The
Ventura Park Women's Improvement
Club will be entertained this after
noon . at the home of Mrs. P. Schultz
in Vwtura Park.
Explosion Kills Man. John Barry,
28 years old, 8128 Twenty-second street.
San Francisco, died yesterday from the
effects of an explosion In his room
at the Houston Hotel the evening
previous. - Barry was cleaning his
clothing with gasoline and struck a
match to light a cigar. The gasoline
ignited and exploded, burning Barry
severely. He was taken to Good
Father Charles Smith Won. Rev.
Father Charles Smith has been ap
pointed priest of St. Clement's Catholic
Church in East St, Johns. He takes
the place of Rev. F. J. Kittenhofen,
who has gone to Chicago. Rev. Father
Smith organized St- Mary's Church in
Ad Cl-b to Hear Memory Expert.
David M. Roth, the memory expert, .will
be the feature of the programme at
the Ad Club luncheon in the Portland
Hotel today. Don C. Prentiss will
BALLOON AIDS SUFFRAGE
Literature for Cause Used as Ballast
and ' Dropped From Air. -
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 29. A novel
method of distributing "votes for
women" literature was inaugurated
here today, when the balloon "Greater
Philadelphia" made its initial ascen
sion, carrying 20,000 pieces of suf
frage literature as ballast and four
passengers. Mayor Blankenburg chris
tened the balloon by breaking a bottle
of. champagne over the basket and
many suffrage leaders witnessed the
It had been hoped that the flight
would extend over Baltimore and
Washington in order that the litera
ture might be ' -distributed in those
cities, but the wind, which bad been
blowing from the northwest, veered
after the ascent and the air craft landed
at Vlneland, N. J., five hours later.
The balloon is the property or the
Philadelphia Aeronautical Society and
has a capacity of 60,000 feet of gas.
FREMSTAD GETS OVATION
Artist's Farewell to New York for
Portland Wins Demonstration.
"The most remarkable demonstration
ever elven to an artist in the history
of New York opera." says the New York
Tribune of the ovation accorded Mine.
Olive Fremstad at the Metropolitan
Opera-House recently. "The cheers
were deafening and tne last rarewen
was a tribute that rivaled in length
the Caruso-Farrar scene of the night
before, and surpassed it in depth of
Fremstad will sins; at the Heillg, un
der the direction of Steers & Coman,
October 7. Adv.
CABLE SERVICE TO RESUME
Western Union Announces Lines to
Open to Many Countries.
NEW YORK. Sept. 29. The Western
Union Telegraph Company announced
today that it would resume on Octo
ber 1 the deferred rate service to
North. East. South and West Africa,
Asia. Austria. Dutch East Indies and
This service is already in effect with
Great Britain, Holland and Norway.
GIRLS INVOLVE ANOTHER
Beriter Ordered Held for Grand
Jury and Actor Also Seized.
Joseph- Berger, proprietor of the dia
mond Palace, at 334 Washington street,
was bound over to tne grand jury on a
statutory charge by Municipal Judge
Stevenson yesterday. Three girls, rang
jj r'""''1'' i-''
Attractions Today Uritil Sunday
Fifteenth Episode of
"The Million Dollar Mystery"
Full of Emotion Alive "With Thrills and Excitement
"Every Man Has His Own
The New Yorker .Had His
Scenes From Picturesque
"Max Feet Are Pinched"
Featuring Max Linder, the
War Scenes Better Than a
1 Oc ADMISSION 1 Oc
With EVERY LOAF of "Butternut Bread"
sold Thursday, October 1st, School Tablets
will be given free Buy all the loaves you
want and get all the School Tablets you
want. Butternut Bread is for sale
At Your Grocer
Made in U. S. A.
In Our Own Factory
CJ Making Kryptok
lenses as they should be
made is a delicate and
conscientious work. ' ,
1 Their efficiency may
be ruined in the hands
of those not skilled in
making and placing
them properly before
f We design and manu
facture Kryptok lenses
in our own factory on
1$ If at any time in one
year we can improve
your, vision no extra
charge for the changing
209-10-11 Corbett Bldg.
Fifth and Morrison
Portland's Oldest and Largest
Exclusive Optical House.
S. & H. Stamps Given.
Ralston "Red Sox," illus
trated here, is one of the most pop
ular of many Fall styles in Ralston
Shoes for men. It's in dark tan button and
black button or blucher. Stylish, easy fit-
tins: and exceptionally serviceable.
Every other correct Fall style is included
in our new stock of
Ralston Shoes, $4 to $6
Se Morriaon-Strtct Window Display
Steinfcach & Co.
GUS KUHN-. Pres.
lng in age from 14 to 17 years, are held
as witnesses against Berger.
The same girls gave evidence which
caused the arrest late yesterday of
Bert Roach, an actor, on the same
charge as that preferred against
Berger. Both are held in default of
Deputy District Attorney Dlech and
Detective Swennes said last night that
the Btory told by the girls Involves
several others, and that more arrests
probably will follow.
Excellent lunches served daily, 11:30
to 2. Home-made candy for sale. 1S6
Fifth street. Adv.
For baby's comfort Santiseptlo Lotion.
M. TEARS OF HOJTEST DEN
TISTRY IN PORTLAND.
Dr. PAUL C YATES
WE HAVE CUT PRICES
RAISED THE QUALITY.
We will save you fifty cents on
every dollar on the Best Dental
Work made by human hands, and
without pain. My otter is for you
to go to any dental office and set
prices, then come to me, and we will
show you HOW YOU SAVE A DOL
LAR, and we make a dollar on your
Gold Crowns S 4.00
Brlrfse Work. 4.00
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Paul C Yates, rETisr.
Fifth lid Morrlwo. Opposite Tost
Portland "Business Men Startina- to Be
Put In Proper Physical Condition.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES
Oregon State Fair
Fair Grounds, Salem
Fares From Portland
Every day this week S2.00
"Portland Day." Oct. 1. $1.50
Corresponding low round-trip fares from all
other stations. Main Una and branches.
Special Trains Daily
Leave Portland Union Depot ... 8 :10 A. M.
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 Crrounda.
Special Shriners Train
Saturday, October 3
Six Other Trains Daily
ALL TRAINS DIRECT TO FAIR GROUNDS
Full particulars at City Ticket Office, 80 Sixth Street. Corner Oak.
Union Depot. East Morrison Street, or Any Agent of the
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
The Y. 31. C. A. "Gym" Takes Men of All
Kinds and Fits Them to Do Effective
WorkAlso It's Enjoyable.
Join Thla Week.
As a Nourishing Tonic, Try
The food value of barley-malt, the tonie of
Oregon hops, and its effervescence maka it
a delightful beverage. It contains 3Va ta
4 of alcohol.
Ask your dealer or phone A 1172, Main 72.
Henry Weinhard Brewery
Portland Business Men After BelnaT In
the Y. M. C. A. Classes.
G IT ARAN TEED .
Independent Coal & Ice Co.
Main 7 SO.
First and Oak Streets
Telephones: Main 165 A i 165
KNIGHT, ROCK SPRINGS,
Summer Prices Still la Effect
ALBIA FUEb CO.
r'-W'W -nV Vsa-HK lis-st
DENTISTS of REPUTATION
. Tou are guaranteed at this office. The guarantee is
backed by 27 years' continuous practice In Portland. Peo
ple come to this office from all parts of the Northwest
Our skill is acknowledged and our promptness in finishing
work in one day when required is appreciated by out-of-town
We Extract Any Number of Teeth Without Causing' the
We have the best equipped dental office In Portland. We
grive the best dental service obtainable at uny price.
What we can't guarantee we don't do.
LOW PRICES FOR HIGH-GRADE WORK.
Good Red Rubber Plates, rack SS.tm
Tbe Beat Red Rubber Plates, eaeh..7JM)
22-Karat Gold or Porcelain Crawa.t5.lltt
WISE DENTAL CO.
RELIABLE PAINLESS DENTISTS.
Phones Main 202, A 302S.
Third Street. Falling; Bulldlnsr, 8. E. Corner Third and Washington.
Caary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.50 a da? ot
I New steeland concrete structure. Third
I addition of hundred, rooms just com
1 plated. Erary modern convenience.
I Moderate rates. Center of theatre and
I retail district. Oa earlines transfer
1 ring all over city. Electelo omnibus
msets trains and steamers.
ICCHWAB PRINTING CO
lOBEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
2451- STARK STREET
Corner North Third and Flanders St.
K(W Furniture and Fur.
Everything First Class.
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