Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, October 28, 1914, Page 11, Image 11

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    TTTE MORXIXG OREGOXTAJT. WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 2S. 1914.
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CTIY NEWS IN BRIEF
OREGOSIAN TELEPHONES.
Managing Editor Main 707ff, A 6003
City Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A 6035
Advertising Department. . . Main 7070. A 6015
City Circulation ....Main 7070. A 801)5
Composing-room ......... ..Main 7070, A 6005
Printing-room Main 7070, A 6015
Superintendent Building Main 7070. A 05
AMISKMUNTS.
HEIMG THEATER (Broadway, at Taylor)
Beginning Thursday. October 29. Nat C
Goodwin In "Never Say Die.
BAKER (Broadway and Sixth, between Al
der and Morrison) Baker Players In
'Bought and Paid For." This afternoon at
2:1a and tonight at 8:15.
OLD HEIL1G (Eleventh and Morrison)
Baker Players No. 2 in "Mother." To
night at f.li o'clock.
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark Musical com
edy. "Follies of Paris." This afternoon at
2:ii0 and tonight at 7:30 and 8:10.
Vaudeville.
PANTAGE3 Broadway and Alder) Per
formances 2:80. 7:80 and 9:S0 o'clock.
MARCUS LOEW EMPRESS (Broadway and
Yamhill) Continuous from 1:30 to 11.
Moving-Picture Theaters.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
OAKS RINK Roller skating. Special attractions.
Railroad Files Brief. A brief was
filed yesterday with the County Com
missioners by William M. Colvig, right-of-way
agent for the Southern Pa
cific Company. In suDDOrt of the peti
tion of the company that lands in
this county declared forfeited to the
Government by the Federal Court be
not included in the 1914 tax assess
ments levied against the railway. These
lands are those included in the rail
way grants about which lawsuits have
been waged In the past few years. The
brief was turned over to District At
torney Evans, to whom the question
was referred at the time the petition
of the railway was presented on
October 1.
"Women Plan Bazaar. The execu
tive committee of the women's auxi
liary of the Sellwood Y. M C. A. met
at the home of Mrs. W. D. Palmer,
president, yesterday, and adopted plans
for a bazaar to be held November 20
for benefit of the Sellwood Y. M. C. A.
Chairmen of committees who were ap
pointed are: Fancy and useful booths,
Mrs. J. W. Caldwell; ice cream and
luncheon, Mrs. Sadie Dean; delicates
sen,. Mrs. William Strahlman; enter
tainment, Mrs. Harriet Hemdee; decora
tions, Mrs. John Hessemer.
Dental Test to Be Given Pupils.
Dr. W. Claude Adams, of the Dental
Association, will give a test this after
noon .to the children of the higher
grades in the Buckman schoolhouse at
t' o'clock on the relations of the teeth
to the body. He will submit to them
several questions bearing on this topic,
and the ones giving the best answers
will receive prizes. This .meeting is
preliminary to introducing the "tooth
brush drill" to the higher classes of
this school.
Juvenile Wards Recaptured. Ar
rested Sunday night for the theft of
two bicycles, Mike Thompson, aged 13,
and Irving McCrosky, aged 12, made
their escape from the Detention Home
after being confined there only a few
hours. Patrolman Van Valkenburg
found thm asleep in a section of the
Government building at the fairgrounds
Monday night and they were taken
back to the home to await the action
of the Juvenile Court.
W. C. T IT. Discusses Measures.
Under the auspices of Mount Scott W. C.
T. TJ. a meeting was held yesterday in
the Friends Church to hear a discus-
sion of the prohibition and other pend
ing measures. This meeting was continued-
in the evening at the Lents
Evangelical Church. The Mount Scott
Union will hold a gold medal contest
tonight for adults In the Lents Metho
dist Church. The topic will be. "How
Will State-Wide Prohibition Benefit
the Wage Earner?"
East Sicb P a v i n o Completed.
East Forty-second-street pavement has
been completed from Hawthorne ave
nue to Division street. The cost was
813.763. The Improvement of East Ash
street from East Third to East
Twelfth has been completed at a cost
of $16,134. The district improvement
of Fifty-ninth avenue. In the South
East Side, has been completed at a cost
of $4687, and the assessments all have
been made.
Pavino Dispute to Bb Settled.
The controversy among the property
owners on East Thirtieth street, for
which improvement between Alberta
street and Ainsworth avenue pro
ceedings have been started, is still
unsettled, but may be adjusted Fri
day. One faction wants the street
paved and the other has filed a re
monstrance. It is charged that many
signed the remonstrance through
misunderstanding.
East Grant Mat Be Paved. Plans
have been prepared for the improve'
ment of East Grant street from the
west side of" Grand avenue to the west
line of East Eleventh -street. It is" to
bo a "llassa m pavement, and the cost
Is estimated at $14,258. At the Grand
avenue end the improvement crosses
both the Brooklyn and Southern Pa
cific car tracks, the latter now being
flanked with plank.
Church to Honor Pastor. A birth
day party will be given in the base
ment of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, of St. Johns, Friday night In
honor of thd birthday of the pastor,
liev. W K. Ingalls. A dinner will be
served in the early part of the evening,
to be followed by a social time. The
affair also will celebrate the begin
ning of the new church year.
Grange Hears Poultry Talk. Mult
nomah Grange No. 71 held an all
day meeting at the hall at Orient
Saturday, at which the subject of
poultry raising was discussed. Pro
fessor Lamb, of the Oregon Agricul
tural College, delivered the principal
address. He showed modern methods
of caring for poultry and of building
poultry houses.
Mrs. McNauohton to Speak. The
Women's Political Science Club will
meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in
room H, Central Library. Mrs. Mc-
Naughton will speak for Senator
Chamberlain and George C. Mason,
the Non-Partisan League, and A. D,
('ridge will diacuss taxation measures
The meeting will be open to the public.
Figures Given Commissioners. For
the Information of the County Com
misBioners in making up the budget
for the coming year. Auditor Sam
Martin yesterday advised them that
during the year 1913 expenditures of
the County Commissioners reached th
sum of $11,026. The first six month
of 1913 the department was main
talned as the County Court
Rev. Marcotti to Preach at Eugene.
Rev. Henry Marcotte has accepted
an invitation to preach at the vesper
services at the university of Orego
at Eugene next Sunday. In his absence
Rev. Andrew J. Montgomery will oc
cupy the pulpit at Westminster Pres
byterian Church in the moriang and
Rev. G. A, McGaw In the evening.
R. E. Randall Back to Work. R
E. Randall, religious and social work
director at the Y. M. C. A., who was
recently married to Miss Helen Web
ber, at Edmonton, Alberta, resumed
his work at the association yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. Randall will liv
at the Knickerbocker Apartments,
Eleventh and Harrison streets.
Prohibition Talk to Be Given. X
G. Hedln will talk on prohibition,
Thursday noon at Moore s Restauran
147 Fifth street. H. D. Wagnon will
explain the surtax amendment
For Rent. West Side, fine six-room
corner flat, fireplace, furnace with hot
water coil and every convenience. 72
Kearney, corner 22d; rent reasonable
Call East 4496, mornings and evening
Adv.
Perkins Manager Resigns. Clarence
H. Shafer has resigned as manager of
the Hotel Perkins, a position he has
tilled since last April, his resignation
to take effect November 1. Prior to
going to the Perkins, Mr. Shafer was
with the Imperial two years, and be
fore that was connected with other
Portland hotels. He has not definite
ly decided his future course, but has an
offer from a leading San Francisco
hotel under consideration. Mr. Shafer
Is one of the best-known hotel men In
the Pacific Northwest, and has an ac
quaintance that is country-wide among
members of his profession. He may go
to San Francisco early in November.
Sellwood Lodge to Celebrate. A.
A. Wall, W. W. Wing, J. N. Roberts
and Frank Briggs are a committee of
View Lodge, No. 201, Oddfellows'
Order, Sellwood. to arrange for a cele
bration of the seventh anniversary on
the night of November 17. Dr. S.
Stryker will deliver the address of I
welcome, and Henry Westbrook will
speak on "Oddfellowshlp." The mem
bers will pay the Milwaukie Lodge a
fraternal visit next Monday night, the
occasion beng the visit and address of
Grand Master William Galloway.
Two Men Missing. A. Gabrielson,
a liveryman at 308 Front street, re
ported to the police yesterday that Sam
Morgan, 45 years old and weighing
about 200 pounds, disappeared Sunday
with nine head of his horses and has
not been heard from or seen since.
The police have been asked to locate
Morgan. Thomas Lord, 45 years old
and weighing about 155 pounds, also
was reported to be missing at thp
police station yesterday. He disap
peared Saturday from 420 East Grant
street and had $35 in his pockets.
Sale op Poor Horses , Denied.
That Canadian and English buyers are
purchasing horses rejected by the
United States War Department is de
nied by the manager of Frazier &
McLain's livery stable. Fifth and
Taylor streets. ' No contracts have
been made In the extreme West but
one-third of the horses purchased in
the Middle West by English buyers
for from $65 to $100 hLve been re
jected at New York, where they were
sold for from $30 to $50.
Washington Alumni to Elect. The
Washington High School Alumni As
sociation will hold a rally at the
Washington High School, Wednesday,
November 4, at 8 o'clock. Election
of officers will be held and a pro
gramme will be given at this meeting.
Plans for a dance will be made also.
All old members, new members, former
students of Washington of more than
fourth term standing, and in fact every
graduate of Washington Is invited.
Bonville Lecture Tonight. A free
lecture, illustrated by chemical labora
tory experiments, showing the futility
of prohibitory laws, will be given in
room A of the Central Library by Fred
W. Jobelmann, economist, ''author and
tudent of laws and physics, this even-
ng at s o clock. This is the 43a
lecture in the course given in the Li-
rary by the Bonville Industrial
League.
Baker Platers to Be Guests. The
Baker Players will be 'the guests of
onor at the Ad Club luncheon at the
Portland Hotel today, and Manager
George L. Baker will tell how he
selected his company of players for the
resent season. John F. Logan will
talk on "What the Stock Company
Means to the Community." F. W. Hild
will be chairman of the day.
Body Is Sent to Cottage Grove.
Mrs. Sarah G. Bemis, 48, died in Port
land Sunday.' She was the wife of J.
W. Bemis and mother of Mrs. Frank
Geere, of Genesee, Idaho; Hester
Bemis, Mrs. James Frame, Jesse, Rus
sell, Josie.t Olie and Nelson Bemis, of
Cottage Grove, Or. The body was sent
to Cottage Grove yesterday tor In
terment.
Former Kansans to Meet. There
will be a meeting of the Kansas So
iety tonight in Manchester Hall, 85 J4
Fifth street. This is the first an
niversary of the society and officers
for the coming year will be elected.
All members of the society are urgent
ly requested to be present.
Belgians to Meet. A meeting of
Belgian residents and others Interested
in the relief of distress among the
Belgians in Europe will be held at
he 'Selgian vice-consulate at 200 Labbe
building. Second and Washington
streets, at 2 P. M. today to devise
means of raising relief funds.
Amendments to Be Discussed.
Mrs. L. H. Additon will speak at
meeting Friday afternoon at 2:30
clock in the Sellwood Y. M. C. A. on
the initiative measures to be voted on
the coming election. The meeting
will be held under the auspices of the
Sellwood W. C. -T. U.
"Kaffee Gereeschaft" to Be Given.
For the benefit of the woman's aux
lliary of the German Red Cross So
iety. Rev. and Mrs. August Krause,
St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran
Church, will give a "Kaffee Gerees
chaft" in the church parlors this after
noon.
Judge McGinn to Speak. Judge Mc
Ginn and Dr. C. H. Chapman will speak
under the auspices of Everybody
Equal Suffrage League in room H,
Central Library, at 8 o'clock tonight,
to consider the amendments to be
voted upon in the November election.
Laborer Struck Over Eye. Mis
judging the length of stroke cost John
Soden, a laborer at Sixteenth and
Jefferson streets, a deep gash over
the left eye while Soden was using
pick yesterday. He was taken to
Good Samaritan Hospital.
Armory Site Offered. An offer of an
Armory site was made to the County
Commissioners yesterday by C. I
Brubaket, who tendered lots 1 to 15,
block 9, Burrell Heights, a tract 200
by 290 feet, for $12,000.
Lineman Hurt by Fall. W. E. Short,
1(27 East Sixteenth street, a line
man, fell from a tower car at Mapl
Wood station yesterday and was
severely bruised. He was removed to
Good Samaritan Hospital.
Dry Voters Should Support Moulton.
Flegel Is for local option; McArthu
and Lafrerty are wet The only way
you can vote lor National prohibltio
is to vote for Arthur L Moulton for
Congress. Adv.
Sam E. Foulds, of San Francisco,
lectures at the Divine Truth Center,
Selling-Hirsch bldg.. Wed. eve. 8
o'clock: subject, "The Power of Con
structive Thought. Adv.
U'Ken, Independent candidate for
Governor, will speak noon hour. Sixth
and Yamhill. Adv.
Norman Bros., tailors, new establish
ment N W. Natl. Bank blda. Adv.
MANY IN JAIL FREED
read In the afternoon a paper in which
he suggested many practical Ideas with
regard to encouraging frequent communion.
Holy hour devotions and benediction
closed the conference.
Court Lets Prisoners Out on
Their Own Recognizance.
BENEFIT NIGHT ARRANGED
Spanish "War
"Mother'
PRISON STAMP FEARED
vTudge McGinn Promises to find Way
Out lor Men Brought Before
Him on Wide Variety of
Criminal Charges.
Arraigned yesterday before Judge
McGinn to fix time to plead, a number
of prisoners held in the County Jail
were freed on their own recognizance
for a weels, being directed to appear
at that ti-me and enter their pleas.
Crimes alleged against these men
ranged from forgery to larceny of
motorcycle. All were Indicted by the
grand jury in a recent report
The prisoners were young men and
Judge McGinn was reluctant to have
them stay in JalL When William Mil
ler, held on a forgery charge, was
rought before him, the judge said:
I don t want to put anyone in Jail.
When they go there they get the stamp
of hell upon them. If any young fel
low goes to the penitentiary, he 11 have
to break in I won't put him In.
I will take your case up, young man.
will think It over and we will see
what we can do to help you out of your
difficulties. If we can get some one
to help you over the rough places for
time and set you on your feet again,
we viril do 1L"
A. L. Fenner, charged with the lar
ceny of an automobile from Otto Nel
son in this city some time ago, cap
tured tn Wyoming and brought back
for trial, was given a week to plead
and allowed to go free on his own
recognizance. His partner in the al
leged theft, V. McCrosky, escaped from
fficers while being brought back to
this state with Fenner.
Pedro Helo. a Filipino, formerly em
ployed at a local hotel and held on
forgery charge, was questioned by the
court and told to bring in a friend, an
other iiJTplno, employed at the same
place, to vouch for him so that he
would have some one to look out for
him and in whose care the court can
place the prisoner.
Eddie Bell, held on a charge of lar
ceny of a motorcvcle. was criven s
week's liberty on his own recognizance
preliminary to entering als plea to
the charge a.ralnst him.
Claud Smith, who pleaded guilty to a
charge of having stolen a quantfity o
personal effects, the property of Scott
btevens, was paroled by the court aft
er being sentenced to six months' 1m
prlsonment in the County JalL He was
directed to report each month by let
ter.
Thursday night will be Spanish War
Veterans' night at the Eleventh-street
playhouse, where Florence Roberts,
upported by an able cast, is playing
Mother." The proceeds of the per
formance will be used for the relief
fund.
Company B. Company C, and Bat
talion A. of ther Oregon National
Guard, will attend in a body, and it is
said that ether companies have ar
ranged to help the cause.
Juies Eckert Goodman a play already
has proved an attraction, and the vet
erans look forward to a banner at
tendance Thursday evening.
HIGHWAY OPEN TO DODSON
Mr. Yeon TJrges Citizens to See Co
lumbia ' Road's Beauties.
The Columbia Highway, from Chantl
cleer to Dotison. is open and will re
main so until the next rain makes It
advisable to close it to traffic, an
nounced Supervisor John B. Yeon yes
terday.
Th people who want to see the
ew highway ought to take advantage
of the good weather and go over the
completed strips now," said Mr. Yeon.
As soon as the wet weather sets in
gain we will have to close the route.
The scenery Is particularly beautiful
at this season and a .couple of hours of
the highway Is second to no other as
a form of pleasure diversion just now."
SALESMANSHIP TALKS DUE
A.d Clubman and Firm Members to
Address Y .M. C. A. Classes.
"Salesmanship in Advertising" will
be the topic discussed by Charles Berg,
president of the Portland Ad Club,
a meeting of the Young Men's Christian
Association salesmanship class in th
association auditorium at 8 P. M. Frl
day. Other speakers will be A.
Clark, manager of the advertising de
partment of Wadhams & Kerr Broth
ers, on "Truth in Advertising." and
E. D. Timms, of Timms, .Cress & Co., on
"Fake Advertising.
l. N. Koth, money expert, will illus
trate the increased power that can be
given the memory bv trainlner.
JViemDers of the class will prepare
auumundi entertainment. xne man
agement has announced that special
terms win Be given to- students wh
desire to enroll for the rest of the
course.
PRISON INDIAN WILL AID
Short Manslaughter Sentence to Be
Passed in Study for Tribe.
A grateful Indian is Thomas
Smith, aged 21, of the Klamath Res
ervation, who will be taken to McNe
Island for a four-year team today. Th
sentence was lmposedn by Judge Wol
verton in United States District Cou
at Medford following the jury's find
lng of Smith guilty of manslaughter
lor tne Killing of Link River Beal,
Klamath Indian, last Winter. Smith
struck Beal on the head with a horse
shoe. '
The reason for the gratitude of th
young Indian Is that he did not get
longer sentence. He told United States
Marshal Montag yesterday that he in
tended to attend night school at the
penitentiary and study agriculture
and stock raising. "Then I will go
back to the reservation and teach my
people how to farm."
Veterans to
' Thursday.
See
The Store of 100 Per Cent Service.
THIS IS THE LIFE!
Selling high-grade men's clothing
upstairs. I give the people more for
their money and escape the high-rent
landlord. The men's suit and overcoats
sell at 1 14.75 and 118.75 would cost
ou $20 and S26 in a ground-floor
store. Jimmy Dunn, 815-16-17 Orego
nian builcsrtig. Elevator to third floor.
Adv.
FRIED SPRING- CHICKEN
The kind you ate down on the farm.
Try it once and you'll come again.
Sweetest music, too, at the Puritan
Cafeteria, Stark at Fourth Adv.
Waren Tetu Dies.
Warren Tetu, the Infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Tetu, 1683 Thorburn
avenue, died Sunday morning. Mrs.
Tetu was Miss Frances Warren.
AWFULLY SICK
BUT HAD TO WORK
Was So Worn Out Had to
Get Help or Die Every
thing Failed to Help Until
He Got Vinol Read What
He Says.
Atlee. Va. was , rapidly losing
flesh, was weak, run-down, had no ap
petite, my blood was poor and I- could
not sleep nights. I am a farmer and
truckman, so had to keep about my
work, but I was so weak, tired and
worn out f knew I had got to" get help
or die.
"Doctors gave me medicines and I
tried everything tnat was recommended
but I failed to get any help until I
tried Vinol. I am now taking my third
bottle, my appetite is fine, I sleep well
all night, my blood is good and I am
much stronger. In fact I feel like an
other man. Vinol is the best medicine
I have ever taken." Orlando W. Bor
key, Atlee, Va.
Vinol. our delicious cod liver andiron
tonic, is a constitutional remedy for
poor blood and all run-down, weak and
debilitated conditions. Vinol creates a
good hearty appetite and digestion, and
makes pure healthy blood.
If we can Induce you to try a bottle
of Vinol as a body builder and strength
creator, and you do not find it is all we
claim, we will return your money on
demand. The Owl Drug Co., Portland,
Oregon.
NOTE. Tou can get Vinol at the
leading drug store in every town where
this paper circulates. Adv.
CATHOLIC CONCLAVE HELD
Pay Is Devoted to Eucharistic Con
ference at St. Stephen's.
A large attendance at St. Stephen's
Catholic Church yesterday marked the
celebration of the annual eucharistic
conference. The services opened at 10
o'clock with mass, the Right Rev.
Alexander Christie, archbishop of the
diocese, presiding.
Father Arthur Lane, of Albany, e;ave
the address of welcome. Father Qulnin,
of St. Philip Nirl's parish, spoke on
"The Late Pius X."
Rev. Father O'Hara urged annual re
treats for children.
Luncheon was served by women of
the parish. Father Waitt, of St. Ste
phen's Church, being host for the
clergy. Father Smith, of St. Johns,
. NOTICE
We respectfully remind dealers thai
the china stamped "Haviland or
HavilanfJ & Co. " is the only china
known since 1840 as "Haviland 01103,"
and that any other ware with the name
Haviland in its stamp cannot be lawfully
sold as "Haviland China," or without the
mention of the name in full with whichi
it is stamped.
Any infringement upon our exclu
sive right to the denomination of
""Haviland China for our ware
would oblige us to sue the offender for
damages.
Haviland & Co.
Commencing October 30 the
Hawaiian Orchestra of singers
and players will entertain the
diners in the
Imperial "
Hotel Grill
See and hear these sweet sing
ers from the tropics, in native
songs, sung in the soft lan
guage of the South Seas.
Lunch 12 to 2, 35c, SOc
Dinner 5.30 to 9, 75c
Sunday Dinner $1.00
Music from 6 to 8:30
Nothing to Prevent Yon Now
fSS Cash, 10 Monthly Will Do It.
Tou utilize and enjoy all the other
great inventions and improvements of
the age and you will now want to
enjoy the progress musically which
science and invention enable us to
offer to the discriminating. Tour old
piano taken in part payment, allowing
full present market value.
You can afford to pay J2S. Tou
can afford to pay $10 monthly. Tou
can, therefore, afford to buy one of
our $650 Player Pianos for S385, sav
ing 1265, if you buy now.
Every Piano or Player Piano pur
chased carries with it the Graves Music
Co. 151 Fourth street) guarantee of
satisfaction, as also the usual guaran
tee from each manufacturer of these
new musical instruments; besides they
will take it in exchange within one
year, allowing full amount paid If de
sired. Adv.
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Congressman Lafferry will speak to
night, main corner, St. Johns; Satur
day, 2:30, schoolhouse, Hillsdale. Dis
regard false statements in Orcfronian
that I am attacking Woodrow Wilson.
Copyrlg-tat, 1011.
Kup penbeim er.
The "Foreward" Model
Here is an example of what we're doing for Port
land men: The "Foreward" (by the House of
Kuppenheimer) is designed especially for the man
who carries his head and neck slightly forward.
Over half the men of America have this tendency.
This "Foreward" model hugs the neck, sits for
ward, fits accurately. "We have it in many different
weaves at $25 upwards. Other new models in
Kuppenheimer Clothes
$18, $20, $25 and up to $40
Successors to
Steinbach & Co.
GUS KUHN, Pres.
Morrison
At Fourth.
S. & H. Stamps Given.
LADIES!
BUY YOUR
FURS
NOW
The
Silverf ield
Co.
286 MORRISON ST.
Bet. Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Selling Out!
Their Entire Stock at
MANUFACTURERS '
CO
ST
Positively
RETIRING FROM
BUSINESS
AFTER 26 years in business as
Portland's leading, wholesale
and retail furriers, we are pos
itively closing out our stock and
retiring from business for good.
Our entire stock is terrifically
reduced in price; in fact, much
of the stock is selling at half
price and less. Tou certainly
should not miss such a grand
opportunity to supply your wants
in this line. Come to the store
at once, even though it is just
to look.
We request that all patrons hav
ing furs la storage or left for
remodeling, or purchases
which deposits have been made.
kindly call for name at once.
Special Prices on
Made-to-Order
Garments.
Fixtures
For
Sale.
Chicago
KT23
Kansas City, New York
Through California
Superior service via Santa Fe from San Francisco, through
Los Angeles, and you can stop and visit Earth's Scenic
"Wonder, the Grand Canyon of Arizona, on your way.
Let me make tip your next itinerary. Will be glad to make
all your reservations. Drop me postcard for descriptive
folders.
H. E. VERNON, Gen. Agt. Santa Fe By.
122 Third Street Phone Main 1274
Portland, Or.
This is just to call your attention to our regular
Wednesday Special
Meat
This Wednesday
we offer a large assortment of choice Cuts of Meat
at greatly reduced prices to the marketing public,
at our
Special Bargain Meat Counter
No delivery of meata sold at this counter. Prices will not permit
Fourth and Alder
Janata
TONIGHT
Will be gift night at our
booth at the Land Products
Show, advertising the
Vitro Tank
Patented
BEER IS NOT ALCOHOL
Beer is the combined extract of malt and hops
Malt builds up tissue Hops is an invigorating
tonic.
Beer contains natural carbonic acid gas,. which
gives it sparkling effervescence.
Beer contains 34 to 4 per cent of alcohol developed
by natural fermentation, just enough to pre
serve it..
Phones: Main 72, A 1172
Henry Weinhard Brewery
Portland, Oregon
M. L. Kline
' Wholesaler of
Faultless Plumbing and
Heatinc: Supplies
84-86-87-89 Front St.
BEST DENTAL SERVICE
You are guaranteed at this office. The guarantee Is
Dacked by XT years' continuous practice In Portland. Feo-
51 come to this office from all parts of the Northwest,
ur skill is acknowledged and our promptness In finishins
work In one day wnen required Is appreciated by out-of-town
patrons,
Ws Extract Any Number of Teeth Without Causing th
Slightest Fain.
We have the best equipped dental office tn Portland. We
sTlva the best dental service obtainable at any price.
What we can't guarantee we don't do.
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First and Oak Streets
Telephones: Main 165 A i 165
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