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TTTR MfVRNTST OISrcfiOXTAX, TUESDAY, NOVTSrRTCTl 17, '1914.
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HEILIO THEATER (Broadway at Taylor)
"A Pair ol Sixes." Tonight at 8:15 o'clock.
BAKER (Broadway and Sixth, between Al
der and Morrison) Baker Players, in
- "ine Feathers." Tonight at 8:15.
I.YRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, "lssy the Mayor." This atternoon at
2:30 and tonight at 7:30 and B:10 o'clock.
PANT AGES (Broadway and Alder) Per
formances at 2:30, 7:30 and 9:30.
IIARCCS LOEWS EMPRESS (Broadway
and Yamhill) Performance from 1:30 to
C and at 7:30 and U:30.
NATIONAL Park and Stark.
PEOPLE'S West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Wash, and Broaa'ay.
OAKS RINK Roller skating. Special at
traction Ice Skating.
HIPPODROME: 21st and Marshall.
J ames Walsh . Goes Back vo Jail.
James Walsh, arrested Thursday,
released Friday and rearrested soon
after his release, was sent to rva
rookplle for 90 days yesterday by
Municipal Judge Stevenson. Walsh
was arrested with a blackjack, a
bunch of skeleton keys and a revolver
in his possession. Friday he told Judge
Stevenson that he was a guard at
Morningslde Sanitarium and used the
weapons for his own protection. After
his release Detectives Craddoclt, Cole
man, Snow and Smith arrested Walsh
for the robbery of the Campbell Apart
ments, at Twenty-third and Hoyt
streets. Walsh's handwriting was
identified at a second-hand store where
the stolen goods were pawned.
Armory Improvements Asked.
Adjutant-General Flnzer, of the Ore
gon National Guard, submitted esti
mates to the County Commissioners
yesterday of the cost of needed repairs
and alterations to the Armory at
Tenth and Couch streets, which, it is
stated, should be made during 1916.
Tinting and other maintenance charges
will, it is estimated, amount to $15,000
for the year, in addition to .which
alterations in the arrangement of the
Armory amounting to approximately I
$43,500 are recommended. The sug
gestions were referred to the budget
committee, which Is now outlining
necessary expenditures for the coming
Man's Mirth Causes Arrest. Laugh
ing insanity. That is what the police
termed Joe Gorlrorotto's trouble.
Gorlrorotto frightened the occupants
of M. S. Thompson's residence at '27
East Forty-seventh Btreet North yes
terday when he appeared and laughed
loudly for about an hour. Then he
went to the woodshed, still laughing.
Later Motorcycle Patrolmen Coulter
and Bales found him tn the woodhsed,
laughing still. He will be held to the
county authorities for investigation as
to his sanity.
Temperance Meeting Scheduled. The
recently-organized Richmond Women's
Christian Temperance Union will
hold its regular monthly meeting at
the home of Mrs. Roe Harown, 1017
Clinton street, at 2:30 today, when
superintendents will be chosen for
the various departments. All those
of the Richmond district who are In
terested in the cause of temperance
are Invited. Mrs. C. Lv Boothe, is
Broadwat Mat Bb Widened.
Proceedings have been started to widen
Broadway street by appropriating a
part of block 3, Elizabeth Irving's
Addition, on the south side of Broad
way. Part of this block was. deeded
to the city before, but there is a jog
and turn in Broadway street, which
it is proposed to remove by this widen
ing. By taking a portion of block 3,
this turn Is reduced greatly.
Christian Science Lecture. A free
lecture on Christian Science will be de
livered by Bicknell Young, C. S. B., of
unlcago, at First Church of Christ.
Scientist, Ninteenth and Everett streets.
Thursday, November 19, at 8 P. M., and
will be repeated Friday evening, No
vember 20. The public is Invited. Mr.
Young is & member of the board of
lectureship of the Mother Church, the
First Church of Christ, Scientist, In
, isoston, Mass.
New Knibpel Trial Granted. The
motion for a new trial made by at
torneys for Julius Knisnel. convicted
some time ago of having carried on a
traritc in morphine, was allowed yes
terday by Judge Morrow. It was al
leged in the motion that evidence sub
mitted at the trial was .untrustworthy,
being submitted largely by drug users.
Improvement Club to Meet. The
Alberta Woman's Improvement Club
will meet tonight at the residence of
Mrs. Josephine Sharp, 1033 East Twenty-fourth
street North. "Homeowners,
while you are sleeping, the tax gather
ers are working" reads the call sent
out for the meeting
Bonville League to Meet. The Bon
ville Industrial Corporation League
will meet in room A, Central Library,
at 8 o'clock tomorrow night. Frank
Coulter will address the meeting on
"Compulsory Voting by Mail." F. w.
Jobelman will preside. A general dis
cussion will follow.
Jail to See Partt. Matron Rogers,
In charge of the women's department
of the County Jail, will give a party
in honor of the 17th birthday of her
daughter, Imogene, tonight. Friends
have been invited to celebrate the
festivity in the matron's quarters at
. Two Go to Rockpilb. F. E. Fisher,
arrested for the theft of a bicycle, was
found guilty in Municipal Court yes
terday and sentenced to 60 idays on
the rockplle. C. T. Rush, arrested for
having a morphine outfit in his pos
session, was sent to the quarry for 60
days on a charge of vagrancy.
Bolivar Beeler Is Buried. Fu
neral services of Bolivar Beeler, aged
88 years, who died at the home of
his daugnter, Mrs. J. H. Johnson, 1062
East Twenty-eighth street North,
were held at Eugene, Or., yesterday,
and the interment was made in the
lamliy plot at tnat city.
Woodstock W. C. T. tj. to Meet.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union, or Woodstock, will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary
L. Ferrler, 5605, Forty-sixth street.
Southeast, at 1 o'clock. Comfort bags
win oe maae tor saiiors.
veterans to Dine. Members of
the Spanish-American War Veterans
will have a dinner and social tonight
in tneir rooms in the courthouse. In
cidents of the campaign in the Philip
pines will be recounted and reminls
cences of the war exchanged.
Edward P. Kibbeb Is Dead. Ed
ward P. Kibbee, for some years identi
fled with the Northwestern Mining
Journal, and well known In Portland,
died recently at his home in Hough
ton, Mich., and was buried Novem
For Rent. West Side, fine six-room
corner flat, fireplace, furnace with hot
water coil and every convenience. 7it
Kearney, corner 2 2d; rent reasonable
t-all East 4498, mornings and evening.
AO V .
Change of Schedule steamer State of
Washington Leave Portland. Mondav
Wednesday. Friday, 11 P. M.; leave The
uanes, isunaay, Wednesday, Friday, 7
A. M. Fare $1. including berth on
mgnt trip. -reL Main 613. Adv.
South Dakota Club to Meet. The
South Dakota Society will meet to
night at 8 o'clock in room A of the
Public Library. All former residents
of South Dakota will be welcomed
Dr. W. A. Wise will be at his office
all week. Adv.
. Community Dancb Held. A com
munity dance was held in the recreation-buildings
of Peninsula Park Sat
urday nighL Mrs. E. H. Whitney,
Mrs. B. C. Dunbar and Mrs. Minnie
Ottie were the hostesses. Mrs. Marion
Dryden. chairman of the social work,
appointed E. H. Whitney, Robert Mor
rison Mrs. B.- C. Dunbar, Mrs. Min
nie Ottie and J. Caseburg to arrange
a series of community dances. A
basketball game was played between
the Peninsula Park quintet and the
Holy Grail team Saturday night, the
former winning by a score of 16 to
12.- The Piedmont team won the foot
ball game Saturday afternoon over
the Irvington team by a score of
40 to 0 and, Sunday, the- Columbia
team "beat the Mohawks by a score
of 3 to a.
El5ction Pat Dat . Month Aw at.
Judges and clerks at the" various
polling places throughout the county
at the recent election will not be able
to get their salary warrants until De
cember 15. They are being made ready
but as approximately 7500 separate
vouchers have to be prepared, con
siderable time will be required. In
cases where two members of the same
family have served on election boards,
warrants will not be given to any save
the proper claimant without a written
order. Many inquiries are beng made
at the Courthouse by election officials
for their pay but all are advised by
County Clerk Coffey to have patience.
Louise Johnson Arrested. Louise
Johnson, charged with the theft of
two suitcases from the Summit Hotel,
147 Thirteenth street, when she left the
place early yesterday morning for a
trip to California, was taken from a
Southern Pacific train when it reached
Grants Pass yesterday upon tele
graphic advice and arrested by Sheriff
W. C. Smith, of Josephine County.
Deputy Constable 'McCollough left the
city yesterday to bring her back to
Portland, where she will be given a
hearing on a larceny charge.
Mrs. Eliza L. Seburn Dead. Mrs.
Eliza L Seburn, of Gresham, died
Saturday at the age of 61 years. She
was the wife of A. C. Seburn, of
Gresham, "and mother of Mrs. Charles
Culp, living at 160 East Forty-seventh
street, Portland, and sister or John
McQueen, of Beggs, Cal., and Mrs. John
Nicholson,, of Hamlet, Cal. Funeral
services will be held at the Portland
Crematorium tomorrow afternoon at
Gresham Debaters Selected.
Misses Mahel Shipley and Miss Mar
guerite Volbrecht for the affirmative
and Stanley Stinsman and Miss Ellen
De Haven for the negative and Keith
Lyman for alternate have been se
lected by the tryouts for the Giesharu
High School for the debating league.
The subject for discussion will be
Government ownership of railroads.
The time and schedule for the debates
have not yet been announced.
Virgil Yates Pardoned. A pardon
was secured yesterday for Virgil Yates
upon recommendation of District At'
torney Evans and Municipal Judge
Stevenson. Governor West met their
wishes in the matter, Yates having
served a considerable part of a nine
months sentence for larceny. He was
confined in the County Jail, where his
jailers spoke highly of his conduct
and also advised leniency.
Church Plat Wednesday. A play
entitled "Miss Fearless and Company
will be given by the King's Daughters
of the Hawthorne Presbyterian Church
in St. David's parish house. East
Twelfth and East Morrison streets
Wednesday night. The funds derived
will be used for flowers for church
decoration and for charitable work
in which the King's Daughters are
Junior Moose - Hold "Skate." The
Junior Order of Moose gave a skating
party at the Oaks rink Friday night.
E. M. Fryermuth, governor of the order,
was present and praised the work done
by the committee. The junior order
will meet tonight at Moose Hall. Eight
candidates will be initiated, after
which lunch and refreshments will be
Sailor Pleads Guilty. Oscar
Anderson, sailor on the English ship
Queen Elizabeth, who stabbed a ship
mate while the - craft was lying at
Linnton recently, pleaded guilty yes.
terday before Judge McGinn to assault
with a dangerous weapon. A. B. Gllson
entered a plea of guilty to forgery,
The cases of both were taken under
aavisement oy tne court.
Slander Charges in Court. Suing
for 2o,025 damages for alleged
slander and false arrest, the trial of
the case' of Albertlne H. Young against
James P. and Mario McKenna, Patrol
man W. D. Morris and W. W. Post was
commenced yesterday In Judge Davis1
department of Circuit Court. The case
may be concluded today.
the well-directed energies o
those in charge of Portland's Public
Library has taken form in a mos
attractive and interesting exhibit in
the windows of Woodard, Clarke & Co,
the display embracing hooks of popu
lar interest and cards setting out the
value of our Library to the people.
Taxation Talk Scheduled. Charles
E Warner, consulting engineer, will
address the revenue and taxation de
partment of the Oregon Civic League,
today at 12 o clock in the college room
of the Hazelwood. The subject will be
the taxation of franchises.
Sell wood Board of Trade to Meet,
The Sellwood Board of Trade will
meet tonight at the Sellwood Y. M.
C. A. rooms for. some important busi
ness. All members are requested to
attend this meeting.
Y. M. C. A. Student desires room
and board in exchange for service.
Phone M. 7065. Adv.
Good Coal $6.60. Main 858. Adv.
Two Commissioners and City
Auditor to Be Named.
CITY ELEGTION NEXT
CANDIDATES TO BE MANY
Mr. Brewster Likely to Run Again,
Mr. Bigelow May Seek Re-election
, and Others Mentioned. '
Three Measures to Front.
With the next regular city election in
Portland still more than six months off,
plans for the. preliminary campaigns on
the Issues to be involved are beginning
to take definite form. The electioin
will be held primarily to choose suc
sessors to Commissioners Bigelow and
Brewster and Auditor Barbur. In addi
tion several measures will be submitted
to the voters by the referendum and the
It is considered certain there will be
a long list of candidates for the offices.
Commissioner Brewster, it Is believed.
will be a candidate tor re-election, and
Commissioner Bigelow probably also
will seek re-election. City Auditor Bar-
bur will be a candidate again. Others
who are mentioned as possible candi
dates for Commissioners are City Treas
urer Adams, George L. Baker, Dr? George
Parrisb, Ralph C Clyde and possibly
one or two of the members of the old
City Council. No names have been men
tioned of probable candidates for the
position of City Auditor.
Three Measures tm Be Up.
There are three measures pending to
be- voted on. All were passed by the
City Commission and held up by the
referendum invoked by petitions circu
lated and filed by persons and organi
zations opposed to the measures.
One of these is an ordinance requir
ing the closing of all grocery stores in
the city on Sundays. Another la the
question of universal water meters, and
the third is an ordinance granting a
franchise to the Portland & Oregon City
Railway Company for an interurban
electric line from Portland to Oregon
City by way of East Seventeenth street.
Although the Council has granted the
Portland & Oregon City Company a
franchise over another route, it is said
the people will be called upon to vote
on the East Seventeenth-street route.
The referendum on this ordinance was
invoked by the residents of East Seven
The measure regarding1 the) closing
of grocery stores on Sundays was
passed by the Council last Spring. Upon
its passage grocers invoked the refer
Small Stores Oppose Mtsasre.
The measure, if passed by the voters.
will require the closing on Sundays of
all stores where groceries are sold. In
dependent and small grocers oppose the
measure on the ground that it is pro
moted by larger concerns who dislike
the system because it is not economical
for them to remain open for business
The voters probably will be called
upon to settle the question of boycott
banners such as are paraded in front of
business houses which the unions allege
are "unfair" to organized labor. The
question was brought before the Coun
cil some time ago by business men, and
it became apparent that the question
would have to be settled by the voters
and not by the City Council. It prob
ably will be put up under the initiative
either by petition or by resolution
adopted by the City Council.
It is reported also that certain fac
tions are preparing to submit to the
voters a proposal to change the form
of city government. While nothing de
finite has been learned about the move
ment, it is said a committee is working
up a charter patterned somewhat after
tho charter of Seattle. The charter
which is being proposed for Portland
will be a combination of the Commis
slon and the Councilmanic government,
it is said.
This company i k
authorized by the
state to act as
t r a t or, guardian,
t r u s tee, receiver
or in any position
of trust, under the
supervision of the
ent of Banks. The
time to arrange
your affairs 1 s
while you a r e
here to arrange
your lawyer about
your will. We co
operate with him
1 n carrying out
. your wishes. Titfae,
& Trust Company,
Title & Trust
HIllu -iii Uiill i iuiiiuiiiiijliiiUi iuiii L tl iillliiUi iiiiluuiliil ul Ui ill iliillaiilL LlLiLiTx
nearly 300,000 had Joined the territori
WASTE TO BE AVOIDED
SCHOOL CAFETERIAS EXPECTED TO
USB PRODUCT OF GARDENS.
Cooking; for Lunchrooms to Be Part of
Domestic Science Instruction, Suc
ceeding; Hired Help.
Vegetables raised 'in the school gar
dens of Portland will be served fresh,
canned or otherwise utilized by the
cafeterias of the school department this
coming year, preventing any "waste.
This plan will be developed later in the
season by Professor Weed, superintend
ent of nature study work in the schools.
rroiessor Weed yesterday visited
Portland's school gardens to superin
tend plowing in preparation for next
year. There were 43 gardens operated
by students this year, and more will be
developed next season. In addition to
the produce that Is sold to the Dublic
the students will be enabled to furnish
all vegetables for the use of the cafe
terias that furnish the ouoila with
luncheon. The domestic science depart
ment of the schools also will make use
of the vegetables for cannintr purposes,
nature study work is conducted in
connection with the garden studies.
This Is In charge of Professor Weed.
wno is & graduate or the Agricultural
college at Jorneli.
An Idea now being carried out in the
girls' school of trades may be used
later In all the cafeterias of the school
department, of which there are now 10.
In this school the cooking for the- cafe
terlas, Instead of being done by experts
hired for the purpose, is a part of the
regular domestic science course. One
or the principal criticisms of the do
mestlc science work in the schools Is
that the students do not have enouerh
practical work and do not deal with
large enough quantities of food. The
proposed plan would remedy this.
700,000 Join Reculsr Armr.
Since the outbreak of the war, Mr.
Asquith said, more than 700,000 re
cruits had Joined the regular army and
TRUSTY QUITS HIS JOB
Chris Cbristenson's Vacation Costs
Hiin Added Duty In Jail.
What's the use of being a trusty if
you don't get anything for your work?
That was the question which caused
Chris Chrlstenson to ponder much yes
terday at the City Jail, where Chris is,
or, rather, was, a trusty.
So, after due reflection, Chris decid
ed to borrow Jailor Ben Branch's
whisker-carver. After persuasion. Chris
got the razor from Benjamin. Un
noticed, he slipped out the front door
of the police station. An hour later
Branch discovered the trusty's ab
sence, and Patrolmen Odale and
Bewley were dispatched after Chris.
They located the trusty, but not the
razor. "I don t know where It Is,
Chris was Insisting just as the razor
dropped out of a hole in his pocket.
Chris lost his good time and got a
tine of 810 to work out.
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We Give S. & H
RECALL CHANGE PROPOSED
Payment of Circulators Declared
Means of changing the recall law in
Oregon so that the saystem cannot be
so easily abused will be discussed by
0- MMS-S. fKt
Famous popular Comedian, now star
ring in "The',Beaiity Shop," says:
'I always carry a supply
of Frozen Mints around with
me. I enj oy them before and
after meals, and at other
times during the" day. '
The New Chewing Gum
At last the confectioner's art lias succeeded in pro
ducing the ideal confection a delicious, dainty, unique
combination of candy and gum, with the most capti
vating, origlnaljlqvor you ever tasted Frozen Mints.
Absolutely pure and wholesome made with the
best Sugar, Cream, Mint and Chicle. They give the
whole family good appetites and digestion, fine teeth
i .1.1 A ?
an pieasant. Dream. i tnai win convince you.
and Gold. jPackage
iS fcC In the White
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TWf? VPVr Distributors'. I 1
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City Attorney LaRoche at a meeting of
the Bar Association tomorrow. Mr. La
Roche has made a detailed investiga
tion and study of the recall measure as
it stands In Oregon at present and
believes the system should be changed.
One of the principal features Mr. La
Roche says is objectionable Is the pay
ins of circulators to get names on
recall petitions. He says this leads to
abuses by circulators and by persons
seeking the recall of an official be
cause of the possibility of forgeries and
misrepresentations. In place of the paid
circulators Mr. La Roche will recom-
mend the placing of petitions at cer
tain places where they are available 11
to all persons wishing to M trn them.
A Fair, Square Plea
The home manufacturers and jobbers do not ask you to buy their goods
for the single reason that they are made at home. In substance, they ask
that you make a careful comparison between the values they offer and those
of competing brands. If the home product loses by comparison If you think
you are not getting just as much for your money, then these home manufac
turers and Jobbers say to you. "continue buying the Eastern brand."
If one-half of our buyers would make this comparison, we would soon
lead In manufacturing. Therefore, remember home Industry when buying,
and especially remember the following concerns whose' money makes this
RIDDELL MUST BE TRIED
Judge Bean 0 Sustains Demurrer to
Plea In Abatement.
Judge Bean, of the United States Dis
trict Court, yesterday sustained the
Government's demurrer to E E Rid
dell's plea In abatement in the suit
against him and Riddell must stand
trial on a charge of using the United
States mails to defraud.
Riddell, who is a Portland man. was
secretary of the Oregon Inland Devel
opment Company, whose president.
Frank Richet, and manager. J. T. Con
way, already have served jail sentences
for their connection with its affairs.
Here is a combination
hard to achieve. The
only shoe in which
we have found both
real comfort and cor
rect style is the
Hanan. That is why
we take pride insell
ing Hanan Shoes.
129 10th., Bet. Wash, and Alder.
BAGS, BURLAP AND TWINE.
Ames, Harris, Neville Co,
. The United States National Bank,
75 Third St., Portland. Or.
BISCUITS AND CRACKERS
Pacific Coast Bulscuit Co., Portland
Pendleton Woolen Mills,
Hazelwood Confectionery and Res
taurant. Washington, near Tenth.
CANDY VOGAN'S CHOCOLATES,
Modern Confectionery Co,
CEREALS "GOLDEN ROD,"
Golden Rod Milling Co,
COLUMBIA HAMS, BACON, LARD.
And Pure Pork Sausage,
Union Meat Company,
Portland, Oregon. . .
CRACKERS "SUPREME" BRAND,
F F. Haradon & Son.
ELECTRICITY Made Im Oregon,
Portland Railway, Light & Power
Co, Portland, Oregon.
Pacific States Fire Insurance Co.,
Cham, of Com. Bldg, Portland, Or.
FIXTURES ELECTRICAL AND GAS,
J. C. English Co,
165 Union ave. N, Portland, Or.
S. Kugel & Son,
495 Washington St, Portland, Or.
Brewing Co, Portland.
F. A. Taylor Co,
130 Tenth St, Portland. Or.
GAS APPLIANCES AND FURNACES.
Hess Mfg. Co,
612 Williams ave, Portland, Or.
R. M. Wade & Co,
322 Hawthorne Ave, Portland. Or.
i Portland Knitting Co,
150 Third St, Portland. Or.
MEN'S MADE-TO-ORDER CLOTHING,
Charles Coopey & Sons,
504 Royal Bldg, Portland, Or.
MONUMENTS MARBLE, GRANITE,
Blaeslng Granite Co,
267 Third. Portland, and Salem, Or.
OregOnTjfC Insurance Company
HoMi Omca. CoRsrrr Bliw
ROBES "PENDLETON INDIAN.
Pendleton Woolen Mills.
RUBBER HEELS, MECHANICL GOODS
Portland Rubber Mills,
368 East Ninth St, Portland. Or.
WASHING POWDER TITE
MI.MTK," Pacific Specialty Co.,
335 E. Morrison St, Portland. Or.
For Thanksgiving pies, also fruit
cake, plum pudding cakes, jellies and
home-made bread and candies can be
1 bought at the Woman's Exchange. 186
Fifth street. Adv.
for Ladies and Gentlemen
THE SAXOPHONE is the most pop
alar, the easiest to learn of all band
C. G. Conn Saxophones used exclu
sively in this band. Demonstrations
9 to 11 and 2' to 5 P. M. daily.
Graves Music Co.
151 Fourth St.
Leave name and address for mem
bership at Instrument Department.
""How to Get a Ford
Auto Absolutely Free"
BE ON THE LOOKOUT for
a most unusual offer from
the LAURELHURST CO., in
next Thursday's Oregonian.
It's a corker and if you act
quickly you may be one of
the lucky half dozen.
Watch for the advertisement and when you read it
real busy and come in and see us at 270 Stark St.
n ejs -
PAUL C. MURPHY,
Vice-President and Sales Agent for
The Addition of Beautiful Homes
The House of Welcoxns
Park and Alder Streets
In the theater and shopping
district, one block from any
carline. Rates $1.00 per day
end up. With bath, $1.50
per day and np. Take oar
Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius, President
H. E- Fletcher. Manager
We sell fresh butter and efcgrs and
dressed poultry direct to consumers
at jobbers' prices. Write us to
quote you, specially on your fat tur
key for Thanksgiving. We deliver
your residence prepaid via Ameri
can Express Co. Ask them about us.
Jensma Creamery Co
NAM PA, IDAHO.
E. F. DAVIS.
St. Latnla, Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
Ths tm a new. modero and
elegantly appointed noiel. possessing
one or the most beautiful corner ioft
bles u tne Northwest Located a:
loth and Alder sis., opposite Olds,
w ortman m swings Dig oepartmen
store, in heart or retail and theater i
district. Rates. 11 and up Bui I
meets all trains. "W car also runs
from union Lie not direct to HOTEL
SEWARD. W. M. SEWARD. Prop
CHAIRS TO EECANE.
School for the Adult Blind.
11th and Davis.
For particulars call J. F. Meyers,
Phone Main 548.
' "Watch for
fntnn Book talltnc bow easy It It uc
4 If li M cure LIQUOR, DBUC and TO- .
PIVIjIj BACCO habits. Sent aealed -
and unmarked Mention which - T
oo are interested In. WRITE CROSS IN-
BT1TUTJC li Davla St- Portland. Or.
A man found drunk In penmirh Is
turned over to the cure of a doctor and tho
bill Is sent to the proprietor of the last aa -loon
visited by the man.