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THE MORNING OREGONTAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF!
Manaelne Editor Main 7070. A 6095
City Kditor . Main 7070. A 6093
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 6095
AdvertislnK Department ...Main 7O70, A UU9S
City Circulation Main 7070, A 60S3
CpmposliiK-room Main 7070. A 603
rrintinK-room . . Main 7070, A 05
buperlntendent Building . . .Mala 7070, A OUtfS
HEILIq THEATER (Broadway at Tajtfor)
"The toor Little Rich Girl," allegorical
drama, tonight at 8:10.
BAKER (Broadway and Sixth, between Al
dr and Morrison) Baker Players, In
"Merely Mary Ann." This afternoon at
2:13 and tonight at 8:10.
X.YR10 (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, "The Girl From Egypt." This after
noon at 2:30 and tonight at 7:80 and tt:10
ORPHEUM At Eleventh-Street Theater,
Eleventh and Morrison. Tonight at 8:13.
rA NT AGES (Broadway and Alder) Per
formances 2:30, 7:30 and 8:30 P. M.
MARCUS LOEWS EMPRESS (Broadway
and Yamhill Continuous performance
Irom 1:30 to 5:30 and 7:30 and U:80 P. Id.
NATIONAL Park and Stark.
PEOPLE'S West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
(iLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Wash, and Broad'ay.
OAKS RINK Snecial attractions.
HIPPODROME 21st and Marshall.
Milton Markbwitss' Arraigned.
Charged with political criminal libel in
a recent indictment returned by the
grand jury, Milton Markewitz, presi
dent of Bushong- & Co., printer", was
arraigned before Judge McGinn yes
terday morning. Upon request of his
attorneys, he was given until Monday,
November 33, to plead, his case being
continued until that time. Frank
Sericko, lately convicted In Jud&e Mc
Ginn's court on a non-support charge,
was sentenced yesterday to serve one
year's imprisonment In the County
Jail and paroled on condition that he
provide for the support of his child.
Reed Extension Lecture Tonight.
In the series of lectures on Dante's
"Divine Comedy," Included in the Reed
College extension course 19, supreme
achievements in European literature,
the second lecture will be given tonight
in room B of the Central Library by
Dr. Jonah B. Wise. His subject will
be "The Divine Comedy A Censure
and an Appreciation of ReliRon." In
the Fourth Presbyterian Church, First
and Gibbs streets, at 8 P. M. today,
Marry Wembridge will give the third
lecture of extension course 11, "The
Voter and the City," entitled "How the
City Protects Life and Property."
Temperance Essay Award Made.
William Fordyce, a pupil in the Lincoln
High School, has won a prize of $50
offered by the National "Women's Chris,
tian Temperance Union for the best
essay entitled: "The Value of Total
Abstinence to a Life," submitted by a
high school pupil. The prize was
awarded at the recent National con
vention held in Atlanta. Ga. Ruth
Meyer, a pupil of Peninsula grade
school, won the National grade school
prize last year.
Rev. John D. Nisewonder to Preach.
Kev. John D. Nisewonder, pastor of
the First United Brethren Church, will
deliver the sermon tomorrow at 16:30
o'clock at the union services to be
held at the United Evangelical Church
Ladd's Addition. The First English
Evangelical, Rev. T. R. Hornschuch,
pastor; First United Brethren, Rev.
Mr. Nisewonder, pastor, and Rev. C.
C Poling, United Evangelical Church,
will unite in this service.
Beth Israel Services Thursday.-
Union Thanksgiving services will be
held at Temple Beth Israel. Rev. Wil
liam G. Eliot, of the Church of Our
I' ather. Unitarian, will preach. Rev.
James D. Corby, of the Universalis!
Church, will take part in the service
as will Rabbi Wise, Dr. T. L. Eliot
and Rev. R. Abrahamson. The service
will be in the temple on Twelfth and
Main Thursday at 11. All men and
women are welcome.
John M. Atterbury Burikd From
Gresham. The funeral of John M.
Atterbury, aged 75, who died at Good
Samaritan Hospital Sunday night after
a lingering illness, was held yester
day from Carl's chapeL In Gresham
and the interment wus made in Lone
Fir Cemetery. Charles Atterbury, of
Gresham, a son, and Mrs. Fred Hickey,
of Missouri, a daughter, survive hun.
There are seven grandchildren.
Restraining Suit Filed. To restrain
and enjoin the city from proceed
ins with the collection of street as
sessments levied against a large num
ber of lots in Monticello Addition, of
wlitch he is the owner, George W. Mc
Coy yesterday filed suit against the
city. It is alleged that the election
by which the property involved was
supposed to be brought within the
city limits was not . held properly.
Bridge Insurance Authorized.
The County Commissioners yesterday
directed that additional insurance be
written on two bridges spanning the
Willamette River, the Morrison and
Burnside-street structures. New In
surance amounting to $9000 on each
bridge was authorized and the District
Attorney asked to confer with City At,
torney L,a xtocne in preparing the poli
Probate of Estate Asked. William
La Force yesterday filed a petition
asking that the estate of the late
Robert Osborn be admitted to probate
and that leters testamentary be issued
to Fred C. Knapp and George W. Hoyt.
-j.no estate is said to be worth more
than $10,000 and to consist ot some lots
in nay city, (Jr., and boo acres of tim
ber land in Tillamook-County.
$10,290 Asked for Injuries. That he
was injured while In the employ of
tne Boutnern facino company in South
ern Oregon, and his Injuries were not
cared for properly is the charge of J.
B. Lavigne against that corporation in
his BUlt filed yesterday in which $10,290
damages are asked. His injuries were
mulcted, no says, last September.
Centenary Ladies Ektertain Mrs.
J. B. Candllsh entertained Uie Women
of Centenary Methodist Church at her
home, 609 East Fifty-third street
North, Monday afternoon, from 3 to 5
o'clock. Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Lane.
pastor, and his wife, were guests of
honor and met many of the members
lor tne nrst time.
Loan Company Files Articles.
Articles of incorporation were filed
with County Clerk Coffey yesterday
by the Portland Loan Company, objects
being to leno. money and deal in prop
erty of all kinds. Incorporators are
O. V. and M. L. Adams and M. A, Hlnes.
Capital stock Is given as $1000.
Thank Offering Mebtino Fridat.
The women of the White Temple will
hold their annual thank offering mis
sionary meeting in the lecture-room of
the church, 2:80 Friday. A programme
has been prepared and some sneeia
musical selections will be rendered by
.airs. Virginia s. Hutchinson.
Jury List Drawn. D. G. Tomasini,
county dealer or weignts and Measures.
reported to the County Commissioners
yesterday that he has drawn the 1915
jury list from which jurors will be
selected in Multnomah County Circuit
Court during the coming year. The
list contains 213 names.
services Special e Nazarene
Church. Special revival services are
being held in the First Church of the
Nazarene. East Seventh and East.
Couch streets, under the charge of
Rev. u. Howard Davis. A six weeks1
religious campaign 1b in progress at
mis cnurcn, with good results so far.
Church Wombn to Entertain. The
women of the Church of St. Michael and
All Angela will entertain Wednesday
December s, in the Rose City Park
Clubhouse. A turkey dinner will b
served and at night there wiJl be danc
. ing ana speeiai music.
Low Prices on Printino of all kinds.
F. W. Balteg & Co. Main US, A 1165. -Ad.
Special Services Well Attended.
Special services which have been held
this month in the First Methodst
Church South, Union avenue and Mult-
omah street, will be continued this
week at night. Rev. Charles J.
Walhete, of the Vancouver, Wa3h.,
Baptist Church, occupied the tulpit last
IghL Rev. H. M. Law, of Seattle,
Wash., will preach tonight- Tomor
row Thanksgiving services will be held
n this church at 11 A. M. Captain J.
W. ""Anderson, manager of the Salva
tion Army for the Portland district,
will speak at this meeting. Sunday
Rev. L. P. Law, the paBtor, will close
the special meetings. The remainder
of the main services will be held at
night, and nearly all the speakers will
be ministers of other churches.
Doctrine Is Criticised. At the meet.
ing of the Ministers' Holiness Associa
tion yesterday in the First Free Metho
dist Church. East Ninth and East Mill
streets. Rev. T. J. Colburn, the presi-
ent, gave a review of "Pastor Rus
sell's Heresies" or "The Millennium
Dawn," in which he characterized the
Russell doctrine as false and mislead-
ng. In the afternoon, Mrs. E. M.
Arnold, a city missionary, delivered the
main address. There was a large at
tendance through the services of the
day. Rev. H. L. Cox, of the Sunny-
side Friends Church, was appointed to
review Christian science at the Decem
ber meeting of the association. Dinner
was served in the churc'jt basemen L
Church . Site Deed Ordered De
stroyed. At an adjourned meeting of
the quarterly conference of the First
Methodist Episcopal Church Monday
night In the church at Twelfth and
Taylor, action was taken rescinding all
previous steps relative to the property
at Third and Taylor streets. The spe-
ial board of five trustees that were
appointed to handle the property was
thereby dissolved and the deed to" the
property which had not been delivered
to them was ordered destroyed. The
action was in the form of a resolu
tion which was framed in anticipation
f the lawsuit that will come up
shortly regarding the property.
Farewell to Mr. Bennett Given.
Multnomah Camp, No. 77, Woodmen
of the World, tendered Rev. J. H. Ben
nett a farewell last week. He goes
to Wilkesboro district of Noxth Caro-
ma as presiding elder. He was for
merly pastor of the First Methodist
Church South, of Portland, and has
been district organizer for the Wood
men of Oregon since he resigned the
pastorate. He was a member of Mult
nomah Camp. Regret was expressed at
his departure, and Mr. Bennett re
sponded, remarking that he felt deeply
the necessity of leaving Oregon and
the fHenda he has made here.
ciunuuL. tjKNsus to jjfiotN. me an
nual school census will be commenced
today and continued while the school
children are at home during their
usual Thanksgiving recess. All chil
dren between 4 and 20 years of age
will be listed. The census is to be
taken under the direction of the prin
cipals in the respective buildings over
the city and School Clerk Thomas.
Census takers may be distinguished
by badges. Every child listed means i
that the district will receive $10 from
the state and county school funds so it
highly essential that a full report
Indian Witnesses Arrested. Charged
with being drunk while here to testify
before the present grand jury in con
nection with the alleged sale of liquor
on an Indian reservation, Charlie White
and James White, Indians from the Nez
Perce reservation, were arrested at the
Postoffice building and taken into
custody pending an investigation. Fed
eral officials say that many Indians
tattle" on liquor cases in order to get
a free trip to Portland to testify and
incidentally fill up on "fire water.
During nearly every grand Jury ses
sion. Indians are accused of drunk
enness. Portland Day Set. The Port
land Commercial Club has issued a let
ter to its members calling attention to
the fact that Friday, December 4 has
been set aside as Portland day at the
Lewiston Livestock Show, and urging
all who are able to go to Lewiston at
that time to do so. Special railroad
rates will be In effect and the Com
mercial Club will make every effort to
encourage a big representation from
Portland. The entries in the exhibit
represent not only the finest stock of
Oregon and Idaho, but Montana, Wash.,
and Utah as well.
Popcorn Dealers Held Liable.
Owners of popcorn wagons are to be
required to repair damage to pave
ment caused by the wheels of the pop
corn wagons and the shoes of the
horses. It has been found that in a
number of cases the horses and wagons
standing on the pavement have caused
ruts and holes in the pavement. Com
missioner Dleclt will demand that the
owners of the vehicles make repairs
at once and will insist that the pave
ment occupied be kept in good condi
Bankruptcy Papers Filed. A petl.
tion of voluntary bankruptcy was filed
in the United States District Court
yesterday by Henry Fleckenstein & Co.,
wholesale liquor dealers who have been
in business at 206 Second street. The
company's liabilities are estimated at
$34,502 and its assets at $33,110. The
papers were filed by W. P. Adams,
secretary of the company, in response
to a decision reached recently by the
board of directors. Among the liabili
ties are two large notes held by
Christina F. and Ben R, Fleckenstein.
District to Hold Road Meeting. The
taxpayers of the road district extending
t or tne rortiana-ureeon city
Electrlo line and running south from
Milwaukia to the Clackamas River, in
cluding Lakewood, Oak Grove, Jen
nings Lodge and other sections, will
meet faaturaay to consider levying a
general road tax for road improve
ments in the district. Sentiment favors
improving central roads in the district.
Spittbrs Are Wared. Seven men
were .arrested Monday on a charge of
spitting on the streets, preferred by
Sanitary Inspector Salisbury, Judge
Stevenson -released all the offenders
with a warning yesterday. Those ar-
rested were: M. T. Pollock, sales
man: Pautus Fall, miner; Thomas
Sims, farmer; E. W. Spegal, salesman;
i. Bennett, barber: G. T. Ketcheson.
publisher, and B. H. Young, chauffeur.
Grand Army Men Confer. Nearly
30 Grand Army Men conferred with
City School Superintendent Alderman
yesterday to Inaugurate a movement
for the proper observance of Memorial
day in the future and to discuss plans
for the propagation of a campaign for
universal peaoe. A committee of the
Grand Army of the Republic will con
fer with Mr. Alderman on the matter
again December 0.
Thanksgiving Services to Bb Held.
Special services will be celebrated on
ThaTiksgiving morning in Trinity Epis
copal Church. There will be communion
at 8 o clock and at 11 o'clock the
services will be conducted by Dr. A. A.
Morrison and special music will be
given by the choir. All who wish to
share in the Thanksgiving will be
Administrator Is Asked. A petition
was filed in probata yesterday asking
that an administrator be named to dis
pose of the personal effects of the
late Hanna Ronning, who is believed
to have committed suicide on Novem
ber 19 The value of the property is
said to be not more than $45. The
petition is filed by Christina, Luft,
$10,000 Suir Fails. A verdict for the
defendant was returned by a Jury in
Judge Morrow's court yesterday in the
case of Anna C, Baokstrom against the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Com
pany, in which $10,000 was asked for
injuries reeeivea oy a rail from
Kansas Society to Meet. With the
women members requested to bring
sandwlehes, the Kansas State Society
of Oregon is planning an old-fashioned
soelable for Friday night. The meet
ing will be held in the Masonic Temple,
Park and Yamhil streets.
President Davis Talks to Grangers.
H. E. Davis, president Gresham Fruit
growers Association, addressed the
members of Eagle Creek Grange at
the meeting Saturday, and explained
the scope, of the co-operative cannery
established at Gresham. He invited
the growers of the Eagle Creek dis
trict to grow fruits and vegetables for
the cannery, and pointed out the ad
vantage of co-operation. A dinner was
served to nearly 100 Grangers. Another
meeting has been called in Estacada for
December 12 by R. M. Standish, of the
Estacada Progress, where Mr. Davis
and M. O. Nelson, a director, will talk
to the growers on co-operative cannery.
Growers will be asked to co-operate
with the Gresham association. Later a
cannery may be established at Esta
cada as a branch of the Gresham estab
lishment. Fair Progress - Reported. R. V.
Holder, general agent for the Chicago
& Northwestern Railroad at San Fran
cisco, iB in Portland for a few days
on business. Mr. Holder formerly was
general agent for the Northwestern in
Portland and, about two years ago,
was promoted to the San Francisco
office. He reports that the railroads
centering in San FranSisco practically
have completed plans for handling the
heavy volume of traffic to the exposi
tion next year and that the exposition
grounds now are ready for visitors. Ex
hibits are being installed every day.
Banker to Talk to Ad Club.
Emery Olmstead, banker and chairman
of the board of governors of the Port
land Rose Festival, will be the speaker
of the day at the luncheon of the Ad
Club at the Portland Hotel, and will
give an outline of all of the work that
has been done up to this time In
preparation for tho Festival of 1915.
Chairman of the day will be J. Fred
Larson. In the rollcall contest, the
winners in the weekly contest will
-compete against one another for a
grand, prizef each one advertising
another member's line.
Cascade Locks Lodge Visited. Henry
S. Westbrook, grand warden, and E. E.
Sharon, grand secretary, paid an offi
cial visit to Cascade Locks Lodge, No.
104, Oddfellows, Monday night. After
the regular session an open meeting
was held and attended by the Rebckahs
and wives of the members. Addresses
were made by Grand Warden West
brook, Grand Secretary Sharon, Noble
Grand Lahey, Secretary Butts and
Meyers. The lodge from Stevenson.
Wash., attended. At the conclusion of
the open meeting a banquet was
Societies Join in Services. Thanks
giving services will be held at Mount
Tabor Methodist Episcopal Church, cor
ner of East Stark and East Sixty-first
streets, as follows: At 7 A. M. the"
Epworth League and the Christian
Endeavor Society of the Mount Tabor
Presbyterian Church will unit in a
Sunrise prayer meetintr. At 10:30 A. M
the regular Thanksgiving service will
occur, when Dr. E. O. Eldridge will
make an address.
Thanksgiving Gifts Asked. Pied
mont Presbyterian Community Church
will hold a Thanksgiving service Thurs
day at 10:30 A. M. Sermon will be
preached by the pastor. Rev. .1. E.
Snyder. An opportunity will be given
the public at this time to help the
needy by giving potatoes, tipples,
canned fruit and clothing. A committee
of young men will receive these do
nations which will be distributed by
the young people's society.
Texas Club to Be Formed. All
natives of the Lone Star state in Port,
land are invited to be present at -a
meeting at 8 o'clock Friday night in
room H. of -the Public Library for the
purpose of organizing a Texas Society
of Oregon. This move is in line with
that undertaken by former resident of
other states. There now are several
state societies in Portland and former
Texans plan to make their organization
of equal importance.
Mrs. Julia Huff's Funeral Held.
Funeral services of Mrs. Julia Huff,
aged 59, who died November 21, were
conducted yesterday from the Sunny
side Congregational Church. Rev. J. J.
Staub officiated. Interment was made
in the Riverview Cemetery. She was
the wife of I. L. Huff and mother of
Charles L. Huff, Mrs. George N. Taylor,
Sophia H. Huff, Ralph H. Huff, Myrtle
and Herbert M. Hutt.
"Concealed Weapon" Charge Made.
Loren Seward wan arrested yesterday
upon a warrant given by District At
torney Evans charging Seward with
carrying concealed weapons. A. J. Nut.
ting was the complaining witness. The
two already have engaged in personal
encounters because of attentions Seward
is alleged to have paid to Mrs. Nutting.
"New Thought" Dancb Tonight.
The Social Club of the New Thought
Temple of Truth Society will give
another social and dance at Recital
Hall tonight at 8 o'clock. Refresh
ments, music and cards will be features
of the entertainment.
I. B. Self to Lecture. L B. Self will
deliver a humorous lecture at the
Men's Resort tonight at 8 o'clock. His
subject will be "Slips Jt the Tongue'
Admission is free. . l
Mrs. F. W. Clifford Leaves. Mrs.
Frank W. Clifford, 830 East Fifty-sixth
street, left yesterday for Omaha to at
tend the funeral of her mother who
Holiday Matinee Damce and evening
Thursday, Cotillion Hall, Informal; de
lightfully entertaining. Demonstration
of latest dances. Adv.
Chrysanthemums, large ones for the
football game 25c each. Lubliner,
florists, Portland Hotel block. Adv.
Half Soles, 75 Cents. While you
wait; waterproof work; J. Schwind, 161
West Park, near Morrison. Adv.
Chrysanthemums at grower's price
at z lamnui sc. Adv.
AUTO DINNER TO BE GIVEN
Menu Will lie In 1'orm of Road Map
at Commercial Club.
A progressive automobile dlnner'and
dance will be given tonight by mem
bers of the Portland Commercial Club.
The affair will be one of the most
unique of the regular weekly functions
of the club. The menu will be in the
form of a road map, the several courses
to indicate the towns to be covered.
The touring party will leave the town
of "Soup" promptly at 7 o'clock and
sooner or later, barring blow-outs and
other things not on the programme, the
squadron will arrive at the crossroads
called Nuts, the objective point ot toe
Then the dance will begin. 0, F,
Wright, chairman of the committee on
arrangements, gives a hint what that
part of the programme will be Jn a
foreword printed pn the official guide
book, as follows;
"Unless your carburetor is out of
order, you are expected to throw Jn
the high and dance. It is wot neees.
sary, either, to dance with your own
Your Thanksgiving Dinner.
is a holiday for you. Make it one
for the family. Bring them to the
Table d'Hote 13 M. to 8:30 P. M. $1.
Our chef excels in preparing these
special dinners. Reserve your table.
SEWARD HOTEL, ,
TENTH AT ALDER.
COFFEE, TEA, MII.lv. CHOCOLATE,
THANKSGIVING 11 A.BL TO 10 P, M.
Sixth and Washington.
Soup, Turkey. Cranberry Sauce,
Creamed Corn, Plum Pudding,
Hot Mince Pie. Coffee. Tea or Milk.
324 Alder St.. Bet. 6th and Broadway.
Will Serve a.
Thanksgiving' Turkey Dinner
12 to 9 P.M.
148 Fifth St
Phone A 4645.
Better Than You Will Expect
Served From 11 A.H. to 7:30 P. M.
IPS Fnnrth, Near Washington.
From 11 A. M. to 9 P. M.
NEW REPUBLIC GRILLE.
3-47 Morrison St., net. Broadway
CHINESE PISHES A S PECIAI.TY.
Juston s Restaurant
443 Waabioxlon Street
Served Fom 13 to 8 P. M.
SPECIAL TURKEY DINNER
Thanksgiving Day 75c
Noon Until 8 o'clock.
LANGE & KRUSE'S
348 Alder St. Phone Main 8354.
Turkey and all th other dishes to
mane & line dinner.
201 Stark, Corner 5th.
wife all the time. There may be sev
eral three-speed runabouts in the ga
rage that are not equipped with self
starters or skid chains, but with plen
ty of wheel base. Therefore circulate a
little and dance with the other fellow's
The clubrooms will be decorated
with automobile penants. pictures of
garages, road scenes and other fea
tures of interest to the automobile
owner and dealer.
Oregon Vs. Multnomah.
Multnomah field, 2:00 P. M. sharp.
Reserved grandstand seats $1. Last
football erame of this season. Adr.
CARD OP THANKS."
W o wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for their kindness and
sympathy during our late bereavement
of our beloved one.
LJ3STER A. SMITH MRS. L,. B. JONES
MRS. LOR EDO DlbNTH BUS, BKULAIf
JONES. VIOLA JONES. Adv.
CARD OV THANKS.
The family of John Crablll wish to
thank the many friends for their kind
ness ami floral pieces at the funeral
of thlr beloved father, John Crablll.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Lovelace
wish to express their deep gratitude to
tho many friends who so kindly re
membered them in their reoent ba.
reavement and misfortune. Adv.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and floral pieces
during- our recent bereavement.
MR I. L. HUFF AN FAMILY.
Hood, River Cider
Direct From Orchard to Consumer. Se
lected Apples. Clean Methods,
Write tor Prices.
J. C. HOWIAHO,
CCHV7AB PRINTING CO
hJBEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
121-5fr STARK STREET
will bo perveij in both, dining - rooms.
Call or telephone for table reserva
tions, rtTe-TMrty to J&ghx
G. J, Xaufmann, Manager
Double S..& H.
Double Amount S. & H.
Green Trading: Stamps
today on all cash pur
chases of $1.00 or more
if you brlns this coupon.
THE HOUSC OF KUPPINHnHM
Used in a
for light, whole
Through its management
proclaims to the world and
his wife the excellence of
the turkey, cranberry
sauce and other delicious
edibles which will be
served on its tables. A full
eourse dinner from
5:30 to 9:00 o'clock
Musio by the
With All the "Trimmings,"
From Noon Until 8:30.
Phone Reservations: Main 5185. A 6141
and SO Other
gngllen tor For
Flan tending and
"how Carol Writing
u. c. A., Taylor and SUHj Street.
Store Closed Tomorrow
Choose your Thanksgiving Clothes any
time today and we'll deliver them in
plenty of time for any Thanksgiving
occasion. Take advantage of these.
Any $25 to $45 Suit
Suits in fancy fabrics, blues, blacks,
Full Dr.ess and Tuxedos Balmacaans
and Overcoats all that were $25 np to $45 at $5 off.
Men's $10 Atistrian
The Store of 100 Per Cent Service
"Ah! Campbell's Tomato
t "What a fine change from the
"Better than tea or coffee,
"Yes. The best kind of a
And it goes Just as "good with a
motoringoat as it does with a dinner
coat. In short there's no finer ap
petizer for any occasion. Suit- u n
able not only for the most for
mal indoor affairs, this per
fect soup also makes a delight
ful variation in the ordinary
Put it to the test yourself.
Your money back if not
21 kinds 10c a can
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
The J'hlllpoine irovernment has minted a
Dedal eolnaxe for uh In the Oulion leper
colony. The coin are of aluminum, and In.
elude Dleqea of 1 ceao, and 0. 10, 3, 1
oentavoa. They are accepted at face valua
for all hueineaa carried on within the colony,
but are of no value elsewhere.
Ohio In 1013 produced pottery ware valued
$2.00 Shirts, all
A dosr in Centervllle, Mas,., has formed
the hahlt of how-Una; morning, noon and
niarht. dlrectlv after the whiatla blow, in
one of the factories, but ceased his howls
when the whistle was silent for thrro weeks
during a recent strike. m
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