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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 7070. A 0095
City Editor Main 7070. A O'-MS
bunday Editor Main 7070. A O0U5
Advertising Department . .Main 7o70. A 601'S
City Circulation Main 7070. A 001:5
Composing-room Main 7070. A aou;
Printing-room Main 7070. A ttoyi
Superintendent Building . ..Main 7070. A bu5
EEILIO THEATER tBroadway at Taylor)
St. Elmo in motion pictures; continuous
Irom 1 to 11 P. AI.
BAKER (Broadway and Sixth, between Ai
der and Morrison) Baker Players, in
"Klne Feathers.-" Tonight at 8:15.
X.YRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, "lsay the Mayor." This afternoon at
.30 and tonlsbt at 7:30 and U:10 o'clock.
PANTAOES (Broadway and Alder) Per
formances at 2:30, 7:30 and 9:30.
MARCUS LOEWS EMPRE3S (Broadway
and Yamhill) Performance from 1:30 to
t and at 7:30 and D:30.
RATIONAL 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 Broad'ay.
OAKS RINK Roller skating. Special at
traction Ice Skating'.
HIPPODROME 21st and Marshall.
Advertisements intended for City News
In Brief columns. In Sunday's issue must be
handed In The Oregonlan business office by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
"Gym" Contests for Bazaar. The
women's gymnasium class will grive an
exhibition in the gymnasium tonight
as part of the entertainment of the
Women's Auxiliary which will be held
in the Sellwood Y. M. C. A. this after
noon and tonight.. There 'will be
wrestling matches between the club of
the Hast and West Sides, a boxing
match and a basketball match. The
bazaar opens at 1 P. M. today at the
tsellwood Y. M. C. A. rooms. A cafe
teria dinner will be served. Mrs. H.
C. Hendee has charge of the entertain
ment; Mrs. J. Hassemer, decorations;
Mrs. J. W. Caldwell, useful and fancy
booths; Mrs. W. Strahlman, delica
tessen; Mrs. S. Dean, luncheon and ice
cream; Mrs. W. C. Moore, general man
ager. $25,000 Verdict Awarded. A verdict
for $25,000 was awarded F. F. Williams
and A. H. Ford yesterday by a Jury
In Judge McGinn's court from the Pa
cific Surety Company, of San Francisco,
and the Oregon-Idaho Company for
breach of contract. It was charged
that an agreement was entered into
to deliver logs to the plaintiffs at Glen
dale, Or., and the Pacific Surety Com
pany guaranteed the contract. The
case has been appealed twice to the
Supreme Court and this is the third
Road Work to Start. Arrange
ments were made yesterday whereby
the city will commence at once the
Improvement of the -macadam road
way on Montgomery drive between
Vista avenue and the head of Mont
gomery street. The improvement will
be financed by the city, but the cost
will be paid next year by the county.
The county road fund having been
exausted the county was unable to
undertake the work at this time. Ar
rangements for the improvement wore
made by City Commissioner Dieck.
Civil War Veteran Buried. Fu
neral of William J. McAllister, veteran
of the Civil War, who died Tuesday
at his home 1396 East Everett street
was held yesterday from Holman's
Chapel. Interment was made in Rose
City Park Cemetery. Mr. McAllister
was 78 years of age and during the
war was a member of Company K, of
the Twenty-third Michigan Infantry,
He was a member of George Wright
Post, of the Grand Army of the Re
public, and the service were under
the auspices of this post.
Rev. J. H. Bennett Is Appointed.
Rev. J. H. Bennett, until recently
pastor of the First Methodist Church
South, on Union avenue, this city, has
been appointed presiding elder of the
Wilkesboro district in the North Caro
lina conference. The appointment was
made by Bishop R, G. Waterhouse, who
la in charge of the Southeastern states.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will leave Port
land on Sunday afternoon on the
eteamer Beaver, which sails at 3
Men's Club Hears Talk. "The
Ambitious Young Man" was the sub
ject of the address by C. C. Chapman
at the monthly dinner of the Men's
Club of the Third Presbyterian Church
Tuesday night. A rollcall was held
in which each one told how he hap
pened to be in Oregon. Rev. William
Parsons, of Eugene, former pastor of
the Third Church; Rev. A. L. Hutchi
son, the pastor, and Wilson Benflel
made short talks. About 70 men were
Embezzlement Charge Denied. J.
Eyd McNair, indicted in a recent grand
Jury report, charged with the embez
Element of $2400, was arrested yester
day by Sheriff Word and released on
2000 bond. It is charged that he re
ceived $2400 from William A. Kelly In
December, 1910, to be invested in prop
erty, but converted the money to his
own use. He entered a. plea of not
g-uilty yesterday before Judge Mc
Mazamas to "Hike." The Mazarrias
will gather at Twenty-third and Wash
lngton streets at 2 P. M. Sunday, to
take the car tor Arlington- Heights.
The party will follow the roads and
trails around the crest of the hills
to Canyon road and back to Ford-street
bridge. - )
Welch Grocery Incorporates. Arti
cles of incorporation were filed with
County Clerk Coffey yesterday by the
Welch Grocery Company, which pro
poses to conduct a general grocery
business. Capita! stock Is given as
$10,000 and incorporators are R. G.
Welch, E. G. and J. F. Griffith.
Beth Israel, Services Today.
The Fear of Poverty" will be the
topio at Beth Israel tonight at 8
o'clock. The "Hands of Esau" will be
the-subject tomorrow morning at 10:30
o'clock. Services In celebration of
Thanksgiving will be held Thursday at
11 o clock.
Reed Lecture Todat. The first
lecture of Reed extension course 11,
the voter and the city, on the subject
"The Health of the City: Its Con
eervations," will be given before the
civic classes of the trades school at
the Central Library, 3:30 this after
SUNDAT SCHOOL, LECTURE TODAY.
Miss Ethel McKercher will begin this
afternoon at 3 o clock in the Library.
a series of lessons on "The Use of the
Blackboard In the Sunday School.'
This lecture will be given at the
regular meeting of the Portland Graded
Union of Sunday school workers.
Tims of Mass Meetino Changed.
The mass meeting called for members
of women's organizations to consider
prison reform methods of work and
legislation Saturday will be at 3:30
Instead of 2:30 In Library Hall. The
programme at the Federation luncheon
being lengthy, this change was asked.
A Thanksgiving Sale. For , all
kinds' of Thanksgiving home-made
Koodies go to the Unitarian chapel.
Broadway and Yamhill, Saturday next,
from 12 till 5. A few choice Christmas
articles will be on sale also. Adv.
Ahavai Sholok Services Todat.
Cervices -will be held at Congrega
tion Ahavai Sholom. Park and Clay
streets, tonight at 8 o'clock and to
morrow morning at 9:30. Rabbi R
Abrahamaon will officiate.
Women's Aid Society to Givb Dinner.
The Women's Society of the First
United Evangelical Church, of Laad's
Addition, will give a cafeteria dinner
iomirht at the church at 5:30 o'clock.
The Chance op a Lifetime. A
beautiful panorama view of Portland,
7x33. with 50c purchase. Scheiner's
Souvenir and Curio Store No. 3, south
east cor. 11th and Wash. Adv.
Oswego Trains Withdrawn. Effec
tive November 19, Southern Pacific
Electric train No. 300, leaving Oswego
daily except Sunday at 12:10 A. M.
(midnight), and train No. 362. leaving
Oswego at 1:50 A. M., Sunday only;
also train No. 301, leaving Portland
daily except Sunday at 5:30 A. M., will
be withdrawn. Train No. 308. leaving
Portland at 6:30 A. M. daily,, will run
daily except Sunday. No. 362. now
leaving Newberg Sunday morning at 1
o'clock, will run to Oswego only instead
cf to Portland. Adv.
Sellwood Society to Meet. The
Women's Aid Society of the Sellwood
Baptist Church will meet this after
noon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs.
Walter Sharp, 505 Maiden avenue, to
consider Sellwood relief work that has
been undertaken by all the churches
and other organizations in connection
with the Sellwood Parent-Teacher As
sociation. This year, baskets of pro
visions and clothing will be distributed
at Christinas from the Sellwood school
to families in that district that may
be in need.
Mrs. Fisher Is Recovering. Mrs.
Mike Fisher, living on Columbia
Slough, is recovering from injuries re
ceived in an accident Saturday caused
by an automobile running into the
wagon she and her husband were
driving- near Rose City Park. The
automobile wrecked the wagon, the
horses became unmanageable and Mr.
and Mrs. Fisher were thrown out.
Mrs. Fisher was cut about the head
and was made unconscious for several
hours. Mr. Fisher was not injured.
Troutdalb Saloonmen Uncertain.
Troutdale saloon men are uncertain
whether that place will be declared
dry" by the county in view of the
local vote. It is stated In Troutdale
that the place may be made dry De
cember 1. Of the three saloon men.
two are to change their business ac
cording to reports. One will change
into the livery business and another
will open a grocery, which was his
Goose Hunting Good. Wild goose
hunting in the fields between the
Twelve-Mile House, on the Base Line
road, and Falrview, has been good this
week and sportsmen in that neigh
borhood have been making good kill-
ngs. Dr. Hughes, William Hessel and
Robert Strebeg killed four fine geese
Monday and four Tuesday. The geese
alighted in the stubble field, being at
tracted by the grain.
Pleasant Valley W. C. T. TJ. to Meet.
The Women's Christian - Union will
meet this afternoon at the Pleasant
Home Methodist Church, when a short
session will be held. It will adjourn
to attend, the meeting, of the Women's
Aid Society at the home of Mrs.
Robert Lansdown, which will be held
this afternoon. Arrangements -. will be
made at this meeting to hold a bazaar
December ,5. v
Missionary Society to Meet. "Social
Service" will be discussed this after
noon at the meeting of the Women's
Missionary Society of the Spokane
Avenue Presbyterian Church at the
home of Mrs. Edna A. Riches at 1365
Milwaukie street. Mrs. Riches will be
the principal speaker. Mrs. Fred
Meindl will talk on "Latin America."
Mrs. Charles Masson will preside.
Realty Board to Hear Music. The
Portland Realty Board quartet will
make its debut at the weekly meeting
of the Board in the rooms of the
Commercial Club today at 12 o'clock.
The entertainment will consist of a
musical programme that has been ar
ranged by W. J. Gill, chairman of the
day. Members of the Board will sing.
Revival Meetings Continue. A series
of revival meetings are the programme
at the St. Johns Methodist Episcopal
Church this week. Rev. W. Edwin
Ingalls, the pastor, is officiating as
evangelist. The meetings began last
Sunday night, and will continue until
Saturday of next week.
Delta Upsilons to Meet. The
Alumni of the Delta Upsilon fraternity
residing in Portland and vicinity will
meet tomorrow noon for luncheon and
the transaction of business at the
One of the prettiest new homes In
Irvington for sale cheap; never oc
cupied, under sacrifice price account of
owner having left city... V - 409, Ore-
DUTCH FUND GROWS
Attractive Girls Canvassing to
ONE DIME COMES HARD
Decked in Native Costume Sextet
Visits Arcadian Gardens and Of
fice Buildings Campaign
AVI1I Last Several Days.
"After he'd asked me every possible
question, and kept me there talking for
half an hour, he gave me this."
One of the pretty girls who spent
yesterday afternoon collecting money
for the Holland relief fundheld up a
battered 10-cent piece to the view of
her five co-collectors as she made this
statement. She was dressed in the Hol
land peasant costume. The materials,
however, were rather more expensive
than a war-stricken peasant girl could
On her head she had a lace cap, made
somewhat in the manner of an old
fashioned sunbonnet. A "spelddoek" or
shawl, made of Holland lace, was
draped around her shoulders. Her
waist and skirt were of the pattern
affected by Queen Elizabeth.
Her contribution to the pile of coin on
the table, however, indicated that she
had met others more generous.
Her five countrywomen giggled rem
inlscently. "We got a lot of money,"
said one, "but we did meet some funny
folks." The total sum collected by the
girls yesterday was $275. In the collec
tion were two or three pennies and a
a few pieces of gold. Most of the con
tributions were dollars, half-dollars
The relief campaign began at the
Multnomah Hotel yesterday. The girls
visited the Arcadian Gardens first and
finished the day's work with a room-to-room
canvass of the Chamber of Com
merce building. Today they will visit
the Commercial Cluo building. The
campaign will continue for more than
Those conducting the canvass are:
Miss E. Van Vliet, Miss A. Pluylaar,
Miss Alice Buys, Mrs. D. Swart Mrs.
P. de Leeuw Van Weenan and Mrs. W.
You would think: that
when it takes so many
years of a man's life and
health to create a prop
erty that he would neglect
no means to protect it- The
Title and Trnst Company
Title and Trust Bide.
Kourthi Near Stark,
with Its extensive resources
and wide experience in
handling estates and
trusts, la ready to help you.
It does not cost any more.
Come in and talk it over.
probably that an officer will patrol the
balls during class hours and that an
augmented watch will be put over the
school at night.
RELIEF STEAMER TO SAIL
Oregon and Washington Aid for
Belgians to Start in December.
A steamer will be chartered to carry
Oregon and Washington supplies to the
Belgians, according to an announce
ment of C. Henri Labbe last night. Ne
gotiations are under way for charter
ing the ship, and she is expected here
by December 15.
Portland and Puget Sound will be
the shipping points for the cargo. The
railroads will be asked to deliver the
goods at tidewater without charge,
and no charge will be assessed on the
donors. The cargo will consist of
nearly" all kinds of foodstuffs not per
ishable. Mr. Labbe last night attributed much
of the credit for the committee's suc
cess to Theodore B. Wilcox, of the Port
land Flouring Mills. ,
SCHOOL ROBBED AGAIN
10 SAXOPHONE IS TAKES FROM
Teachers Order Locking of All Cloak
' rooms and Detectives May be .
Asked to Find Thieves.
The climax in the carnival of thiev
ing that has been going on at AVash
lngton High School was reached yes
terday when it was announced "a $100
saxophone, owned by Earl Martin, one
of the members of the Washington
High School band, had been stolen
presumably from the Assembly Hall.
The announcement was made by the
teachers simultaneously with the edict
that in future cloakrooms would be
closed and locked during class hours
and at noon would be available only
from the doors leading into the rooms.
Until the epidemic of thefts has been
checked the hall doors to the cloak
rooms will remain barred. So far as
possible everything will be kept un
der lock and key.
The theft of the saxophone probably
will cause a request to be made to the
city detective department to lend aid
in ferreting out the thieves.
At the opening of the school session
yesterday afternoon the students were
warned against leaving valuables in
If the appeal for aid from detective
headquarters is made, it will mean
EXTENSION CLASSES SET
Six Meet Tonight and Two Tomor
morrow Xiglit in Library.
The schedule for the University of
Oregon extension work in Portland for
the remainder of this week includes
six classes, meeting tonight in the Cen
tral Public Library, and two classes
meeting tomorrow night.
Dr. Schmidt will meet the class in
German literature at 7 o'clock tonight
In room A and at 8 o'clock in the same
room the German Literary Club.
Professor R. W. Prebcott will con
duct the class In beginning public
speaking at 7 o'clock, in room B. In
room E, at 7:30, Professor Winger will
take charge of the class In calculus.
and immediately afterwards, at 8:30,
the class In first year mathematics.
Dr. George Rebec will lecture before
his class in psychology at 8 o'clock in
Saturday night, at 7 o'clock, the class
in advanced public speaklner will meet
in room H, while in room B. at 8
o'clock, the big class in rhetoric will
meet with Mrs. Mable Holmes Parsons.
AIDES MUST STAND TEST
Commissioners' Secretaries Ordered
to Take Examination December 8.
Secretaries to members of the City
Commission are to be required to take
civil service examinations December 8
to hold their present positions. The
Municipal Civil Service Board, at a
meeting yesterday, decided definitely
on the examination and the date. The
scope of the test will be outlined with
in a few days.
At present secretaries, while subject
to civil service jurisdiction, are serving
without having taken examinations.
They virtually are serving under tem
porary appointments. To continue in
the service after January 1 they will
have to pass the test put to them by
the Civil Service Board. The exam
ination will be open to anyone else de
siring to compete for the positions.
is the motto of the Puritan Cafeteria,
Stark at Fourth street, well evidenced
by the food, the music and the sweet
mannered, well-bred young women who
serve you. Adv. -
Anne Linguist Laid to Rest.
Anne Louise Linguist, a pioneer of
Portland, was buried Wednesday from
the Flnley chapel, with interment i
the Lone Fir Cemetery. She formerly
resided at 630 Emerson street. Th
STORE OPEN TILL 10 P. M. SATURDAY
Extreme Values in
Overcoats at $25
Thanksgiving Day the day of good things to eat and
good things to wear means new overcoats for men
and young men. You'll find us ready now with the
newest of the new styles in Overcoats from the House
of Kuppenheimer. Form-fitting models with velvet
collars : loose styles with kimono sleeves and soft
fronts ; conservative models button
through or concealed; all the good fab
rics. Unusual values at
See the new BaLmacaans that we're selling to both men and
women. Smartest 6tvles and nobbiest shades you'll see.
Priced at $15, $18, $20 to 30.
S. & H. Stamps Given.
Steinbach & Co.
GUS KUHN, Pres.
The Houti or KUPPCNHcm
pallbearers were: George Harris, Rob
ert Osier, Julius Enelde, Peter Jensen,
William Veaten and Jlr. Jones. Rev.
J. A. Deas, of the English Lutheran
Church, read the service.
TAXICAB MEASURE PRAISED
No Opposition Expected to Proposed
Law for Posting: Fares on Vehicles.
Owners and drivers of taxicabs, it is
expected, will not oppose the ordinance
which City Commissioner Daly is hav-'
ing prepared to require the posting of
schedules of rates conspicuously both
outside and inside taxicabs. The meas
ure is regarded as the most reasonable
solution of the taxicab rate problem. It
was felt that the ordinance submitted
to the Council recently by Mr. Daly es
tablishing a maximum for taxicab
rates, was not the proper plan.
Mr. Daly started yesterday to pre
pare the new measure requiring the
posting of the rate schedule inside and
outside taxicabs. He says it is his
opinion and probably the opinion of
the majority of the Council members
That's the only word which today fits this big supply house
ready with every exclusive delicacy that could be assembled from
the four corners of the world ready with complete assortments,
variety and ample volume and ready with
YOUR CORN-FED BIRD!
Anticipate much come or phone you'll not be disappointed.
CITY WORKERS ORGANIZED E
Protest to Civil Service Board He
Teals Protective Body.
Although it has been reported gen
erally that employes in some of the de
partments of the city service were
organized into a protective assiclation,
the fact that such an organization has
been perfected did not become known
definitely until yesterday, when a
letter was received by the Municipal
Service Board from Frank S. Grant,
attorney for the association, in which
protest is made against the use of
laborers in the Water Bureau for
calking, meter setting and tapping.
The organization, according to Mr.
Grant's letter, is The Civil Service
The Clvu Service Board rules that
it is not contrary to the rules to use
laborers as calkers, meter-men and
. . fi fti n nno i
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6O0 FANCY TURKEYS Oregon
corn-fed birds freshly killed,
dry picked, will arrive on Tues
day and Wednesday next.
Leave your orders now and we
will see that you are satisfied
IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
JONES' DAIRY FARM PROD
UCTS are positively the best of
their kind. An appetite fur
nished with each order. Re
, ceived fresh today by express:
Little Pig 8nnit,4n
links, lb tUC
Little Pis Sua-e,oj-
meat, lb OiJC
Jomea' Dairy Pirm 4n
Bacon, lb VJC
JoneK' Dairy FarmOC
Maple Sua-ar, bricks. .. JJC
Today by express from Nova
Scotia, FINNAN HAD- n(
DIES, the pound tOC
TOl"LL FIND EVERY SWEET
MEAT IMAGINABLE. For ex
ample: New Smyrna Figs, Pre
served Figs, Malaga Raisins,
Selected Oregon Walnuts,
Brandy Peaches, Brandy Figs,
New French Peas and M u s h
rooms. New Mince Meat Ma
terials, Candied Peel. Currants,
Raisins, Citron, Brandy, Sherry,
Madeira and hundreds of other
new, economical and delightful
things for Thanksgiving all
of the highest-grade qualities.
A SCORE OF PHONES AND
THREE DELIVERIES DAILY
IN MOST SECTIONS.
290 STARK ST.
HOW TO GET PEACE IS TOLD
W. II. Galvani Advises Government
Supervision of Gunnery Plants.
Government ownership or supervision
of the manufacture of guns and ammu
nition is one way in which universal
peace may be brought about, accord
ing to William H. Galvani, peace advo
cate, who spoke yesterday before the
Progressive Business Men's Club at the
Mr. Galvani's theme was "War," but
his talk was for peace. He reviewed
the causes of the present conflict and
showed by figures the terrible havoc
being wrought in the "sorrowful car
nival," which is costing all the warring
nations $50,000,000 a day.
In closing his address Mr. Galvani
took occasion to laud the Turk as a
"gentleman, which he is," said Mr. Gal
vani. "Of course, you find roughnecks
in every nation, but the Turk is a gen
tleman," he concluded.
A genuine sale of wholesalers' surplus all fresh, new goods
brought direct from the warehouses to this outlet store. No
bankrupt or job stocks. Buy at positive wholesale prices and
below! BE SURE YOU GET THE BIGHT LOCATION COR
NER WASHINGTON AND PARK STS.
$5.00 Men's and
Great values in
Raincoats for Men,
Women and Children.
$12.50 Men's and
Don't compare with
the "Fake" Rain
NO "SALE" HERE.
I'm not racking my brain for an ex
cuse for a "sale." The high-grade
men's clothing I eell is new and up-to-the-minute.
My low upstairs rent al
lows me to sell at' a very close mar
gin of profit. So why a sale? See
my suits and overcoats- at $14.75.
Jimmy Dunn, 315-16-17 Oregonian bldg.
Elevator to third floor. Adv.
$2.50 and $3
Sale at Corner
Washington and Park Sts.
F. A. Taylor Company
130 TENTH STREET.
Hand-tdade Davenports and Overstuffed
Chairs, 25 Per Cent From Regular Price
Windsor Chairs, mahogany finish, regular price $7.50 Q0
Windsor Arm Chairs, mahogany finish, regular price 617 CZf
$10.00, now . V'JU
Mahogany Gate Leg Table, 36-inch, regular price CjQft fiCi
$40.00, now : pOU. W
Mahogany Nest of 4 Tables, regular price $35-0025 00
Mahogany Martha Washington Sewing Tables, 1 Q ff
regular price $25.00, now fio,uu
Mahogany Tip Top Tables, regular price $15.00 C1 1 25
Mahogany Foot Stools, Colonial, regular price $8.00, gC CQ
Special Discount on Wall Paper.
We Do PICTURE FRAMING and Gold Leaf Work.
BEER IS NOT ALCOHOL
Beer is the combined extract of malt and hops
Malt builds up tissue Hops is an invigorating
Beer contains natural carbonic acid gas, which
gives it sparkling effervescence.
Beer contains 3y2 to 4 per cent of alcohol developed
by natural fermentation, just enough to pre
Phones: Main 72, A 1172
Henry Weinhard Brewery
that patrons of taxicabs should deter
mine for themselves what price they
want to pay for taxicab service.
Friday and Saturday,
22c per lb.
1 5c to 1 7c per lb.,
Creamery Butter, roll. .60-6o
Best Creamery 70
Eggs, per dozen 30-3o
Ranch Etrgs 40
Cheese, lb., 20; 2 lbs 35
Swiss Cheese, per lb 25(
La Grande Creamery
The SEWAKIi is & new. modern na
elegantly appointed hotel, possessing
one of the most be&utlfui corner lob
bles In the Northwest. located at
10th and Alder sts.. opposite Olds,
Worunan A King's Dig department
store. In heart of retail and theater
district. Rates. 1 and up. Bui
meets all trains. "W car also runs
from Union Lie pot direct to HOTEL
BEWARE. W. M. SEWARD. Prop
Just as Good and
a Little Better
The dealer who tries to sell you.
something "just as good" does so
because he believes it better for
He is shortsighted enough to be
lieve that a little extra money is
worth more than a satisfied
Shun the "Just as good" store-;
keeper as you would a short-change,
When you aslt for a standard,
trade marked article made known
to you through advertising In this
newspaper, "get it." - --"
Behind the advertised brand' is m.
manufacturer's guarantee that
means protection for you.
Tuesday Afternoon, ,
November 24. :
186 Fifth Street. 1
Daintily-made articles at all prices
suitable for Christmas gifts.
Free Relief fa'd
Send to us for generous free sample enouchT
for several days' treatment for cold In head,,
chronic nasal catarrh, dry catarrh, sore nose.
Original and Genuine C; L
CATARRHAL JELLY 1
standard remedy for 25 years. 16.000.000
tubes have been sold. Applied inside nostrils,
it brings Quick relief. Completely heals In-'
flamed nasal passaees. Get a 25c or 50c tubor
from your druaelst. 35.000 drueeists sellit
and sruarantee it. Money back If it fails.
Refuse substitutes. They are dangerous.
KONDON MFG. CO, Minneapolis, Minn.
E. F1. DAVIS.
St. Louis, Mow
For sale by all druggists.
SCHWAB PRINTING COJ
tJ BEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
2451 STARK. STREET