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THE MORNIXG OREGONIAN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 13, 1915.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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IIE1T.IO THEATER (Brosdwsy at Taylorl
Musical comcay September JArn.
BiKER rBratdwir and Sixth, between Al
d.r and Morrison BJcer i'layers la
Oflcu rti. ' Toaiiht at :13. Tr.la a!t
frfoon at 2:13 spi-clal mtua of "Ta
7:indnea of Virtue."
X.TR1C "ourth and Stark Musical com
edy. "Runnier lor CUtl'.-e." Tni afternoon
at i':3i and loalsht at 7:0 and W:1G.
CPHEtlf (Braidmy at Stark) Thla af
ternoon at z.ii and tomg-tft at 8:15 ociocc
PAMAGEcJ (Broadway at Alden Parfor-
m"!l 2:30. i.iO and 30 f. il.
XIAHCL'S LOEWS EMPRESS (Broadway
and Ysmhilli Cootmuoui performance
jium i.o io ;;jv and o.m to 11 -
.Mortois-Plctaro Theaters. '
NATIONAL Park and Stark.
PEOPLES West I'ark and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washlnston.
r-KW STAR Park and Washington.
6INSET THEATER Waanwcton and
COLUMBIA THEATER Sixth and Stark.
Rose Club to Organize. At the
meeting tonight in the Kast Side Li
brary, East Eleventh and Kast Alder
streets, the organization of the East
Portland Rose Society will be com
pleted by election of officers and ap
pointment of committees. A lecture on
rose culture will be given by the Port
land Kose Society, wnich will be illus
trated by several stereopticon views.
. The preliminlary organization, of this
ciub was completed in December nt the
rooms of the East Side Business Men's
Club, by adoption of a constitution,
but the officers are to be elected and
the committees are to be appointed.
Objects are to beautify Central East
Portland by planting roses in the
street parking, at the homes, and by
urging th cleaning up the district
early in the Spring. Pupils of the
Kuckman and Hawthorne schools have
agreed to assist in this work.
Lowkr Bridob Rftxtal Uroed. A
long letter from I M. Lepper. secre
tary of the East Side Business Men's
Club, entering a strong protest against
the payment of more than $1600 a
month rental for the "upper deck of
the Jlarriman brUlge, was received by
the county commissioners yesterday
"Just call their bluff," said Mr. Lepper
In the letter, "and make a toll bridge
or It for a year." Resolutions had
been passed by the club several days
ago protesting against the payment of
more than IIi00 a month rental. The
Board has offered the railroads $3(00 a
month for the rental of the bridge.
Citt Hall Gbts Bootblack. There
Is no further excuse for city employes
not complying strictly to the rules
regarding neat personal appearance.
The last asset necessary in the en
forcement of the order became tangi
ble yesterday when E. Stewart, a
colored man, established a bootblack
stand In the City Hall lobby. Stewart
has been given his concession in the
building free of charge in hope that
rie will become a permanent part of
the city service and that city em
ployes, whose shoes are not always as
shiny as they might be, may take the
Barset MrrrsiBR Must Plkad.
demurrer against the indictment of
Barney Metzser by the Federal grand
Jury was overruled by I'nlted States
Judge Wolverton yesterday and now
Metzger will be required to plead to
the charge of uning the mails for
fraudulent purposes. The specif!
charge Is that Metzger mailed
Phamplets to girls asking them to
take a course of instruction in a school
of beauty culture. but Instead of
receiving instruction they were re'
quired to pnpare hair goods for sale
and work for his profit without re
Citt Voot Yard to Bis Moved.
Ith the completion this week of the
rutting of 400 cords of wood on the
property owned ty M. J. Kelly, near
Beavcrton, the Municipal wood camp
for the unemployed will be shifted
to m tract near the Kelly tract, where
several thousand cords of standing
limner nave been otrered the city.
Commissioner Brewster will submit an
ordinance to the Council tomorrow,
providing for a contract with the
owner of the property on which it is
proposed to move the woodyard
Badoes fob Idle- Svogested. Have
the city print a large number of badges
bearing the large letters, "Work
Wanted": then have a place where
these badges can be given out to the
w-orthy unemployed and you have
solved the unemployment-problem. So
writes I). V. Oliuger to Mayor Albee.
He says there would be a good chance
for the unemployed to be found by men
with work they could give, if the men
Fiva Employes Dkopped. Five em
ployes in the tax collecting depart
ment at the Courthouse were dropped
from the payroll and Sheriff Hurtburt
yesterday named three of the five who
are to take their places. Daniel T.
Sherrett, Harry C. Livingston, WI1
Ham Sievers. Willis E. Potter and
Samuel Kafka were dropped, and C. J
Jtichmond. Norman P. Smith and Oliver
Groce have been named in their places.
Mis'iciass Isporsb Dr. F. E. Chap
Han. At a meeting of the Musi
otans' Club, yesterday, a resolution
wis adopted to be presented to the
Hoard of Education that Dr. red
crick Elmer Chapman, supervisor of
music in the Portland Public Schools,
is competent to fulfill the duties of that
position, that he be retained in office
and receive authority to appoint his
fXITARIA-V ANNUAL MEETING TONIGHT.
The annual suppet- and business
meeting of the First Unitarian Con
gregation will be held today at 6:30
1. M. Tie pastors will deliver their
annual messages and reports will be
read from every department of the
church work. The people of the con
gregation are urged to be present.
ALLEoen Arm Thief Held to Jurt.
Ralph M. Jones. L'l, caught by Patrol
man Bales in the act of driving off in
the stolen automobile of Ir. Sandford
"VNh.tmg Saturday, was bound over to
"the grand Jury when he appeared in
Municipal Court yesterday for pre
liminary examination. He was ac
cused if a similar theft a short time
Pknvkr & Rio Granpb Aoext Named.
W. A. Stitt was appointed yester
day cuy passenger agent for the
1 V nvcr Rio llrande by General Agent
V. c. McBrtde. The position is a new
ore and Mr. stilt was seJeoted from
forces of the O.-W. U. At N. Co. at
Buckets to Re DidcrsrEO. "City,
County and State Budgets for 191S"
will be a topic for discussion, led by
C K. Warner, at. the meeting of the
revenue nnl taxation department of
tne Oregon Civic League. Tuesday
Tioon. in the college room of the
Kotarians Postpone Luncheon. The
Rotary Club has postponed its lunch
eon until WednesUny since John Bar
rett, who Intended to address the
gathering will not be able to do so.
The luncheon will be held in the Ben
Alb!M W. C. T. I. to Meet. The
Albtna Women's Christian Temperance
X'nion will meet at the home of Mrs.
II. T. Gilbert. 94 Borthwick street,
V. KAsrAR. ladles' tailor, wishes to
announce arrival of advanced styles for
pnng season. rftt Royal b hi Adv.
AronsoVs Clearance Sale. less on
Elgin watches. Wash, and Broadway.
Aronson'a clearance sale, leather goods
i less. Cor. Broadway and Wash. Adv.
Grange Hears Rose Talk. Lents
Grange Saturday heard an address by
E. B. McFarland. of the Portland Rose
Society, on "Rose Culture," which was
illustrated. Mr. McFarland told ot the
scope and purpose of the Portland Rose
Society and of the "City Beautiful"
movement. It was desired, said the
speaker, to interest every resident in
rose growing before tourist travel sets
in. A large number listened to the
address. Talks weie made by several
others, including O. M. Mummer and
J. E. werlein. Miss Chapman gave a
violin solo and Miss Eva Burdick a
reading. Mrs. Maud K. Darnall was
in charge as lecturer. The new officers
of the Grange assumed their duties.
A big dinner was served at 13 o'clock.
Crrr Beautiful Committee Meets.
The City Beautiful executive com
mittee met yesterday at fhe Rose Fes
tival headquarters and discussed the
problem of obtaining supplies, especial
ly roses of not less -than two years'
growth. The committee is anxious to
hear from florists who may telephone
to J. K. Locke. 694 East Madison street.
East 476. The executive committee
will meet again in the. near future
to complete the compilation of data
to be issued in pamphlet form. The
general committee, comprising the
delegates from all organizations, will
meet at the Commercial Club, January
26 at I F. II.
Ex - Minnesotans to PtCNic." An
"indoor picnic" will replace the next
regular monthly meeting of the Min
nesota State Society at the Cotillion
Hall, at Fourteenth and Washington
streets, tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.
It will be a women's basket party
and a musical entertainment combined.
L W. O'Rourke. the secretary, is in
charge of the programme, which is
toDPed off with Professor R. C. Jones'
Children's Orchestra. The Misses Ida
Marshall. Eva Wonderlick. Gertrude
Wonderllck and Thora Lund will
feature the entertainment with songs
Back to Farm" Plea Made. The
Oregon Immigration Bureau .ccart'
ment of the Commercial Club is re
reiving many letters from experienced
farmers who wish to clear land, taking
part of the land in payment for their
work. A letter from a well-educated wo-
mnn t the Hotel Lincoln. Aortn raKi
ma. inauires for work for her husband,
an experienced farmer. The letter says
that her husband has had all he wants
of city life and desires to return to
farming, of which he has practical and
Parent-Teacher Talks Arranged.
The Parent-Teacher Associations, de
siring speakers on the City Beautiful
movement, have been lnvitea to com
municate with E. T. Mlache. Main B339.
For this week the following Rssign
maiiii have been made by Mr. Mische:
Tom Rrchardson today at 3 o'clock at
Sunnyside school: Wednesday, i o'clock
at Washington High School, and Fri
day at 3 at Fulton Park school: J. E.
Werlein. Wednesday at 3 o'clock at
Gikls of Trade School Show Work.
Garments and household linen made
by the 175 pupils of the first and
second grades of the Girls" Trade
School were displayed yesterday at the
sehnnl Fourteenth and Alder streets.
The exhibit will be sent to the Pana-n,.-tn.ifl-
F.Tnosltion at San Francisco.
A similar exhibition of the work of
the advanced pupils will be made
Thursday. The exhibits will be Bent
to the Panama-Pacific Fair.
Rak-krs to Dine. The Oregon State
Bakers' Association will hold its first
banquet at the Commercial Club to
morrtuv night The object of the or
ganization is to maintain the standard
f hrAd and aid the baking industry.
Th first annual convention will be
held. June 7, 8 and 9. The officers are
President. H. F. Rlttman: treasurer.
Brt Holcomb, and secretary, H. J.
Carl Evans Held to Grand Jurt.
Carl E D. Evans, who was caught in
the act of rifling the State Market
Saturday night by Special Officer Pot
ter was bound over to the grand Jury
by Municipal Judge Stevenson. He is
on parole from the foan rancisco
authorities and has been nrrested on
a similar charge before in Portland.
Orkhom Relief Map Shown. A relief
map of Oregon, prepared by tne Bureau
of Mines and Geology, is on display m
m,. lnnntrinir room of the Commercial
Club. The map calls attention to the
large area of the Willamette vaney.
emphasizes the mountainous ana
nlateau Counties, ana gives a. ic-ioo
idea of rivers and lakes.
Advisort Board to Meet. A meet-
. . i a t . 1.
insr of the advisory uvaiu wi me
i-ninreH Women's Political uiud nas
been called for Thursday, January 14,
at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. L. K.
wpk resident Matters of import
ance will be discussed, and work for
the year outlined.
Portland Fifth in 1914 bcildino.
Portland holds fifth place in tne
building statistics of the United States
for 1914 with $1,601,355 for 259 struc
tures. Tne four cites that lead Port
land are: Chicago, Pittsburg, .Boston
and New Tork.
veteran Addresses Pupils.-
Tnkvr a veteran ol tne uivu var.
addressed the pupils of the Glencoe
school yesterday on tne suojeci ui
, ,-a. i r 'i asKer sogne i uaiou,,
conditions before the Civil W ar and
told of the general causes ot war.
Aronsos's Clearance Sale, solid goio.
Jewelry, less, nroaaway aim " ".
HELL IS DISCUSSED
Rev. E. J. Bulgin Cites Bible to
Show Place Is Real.
FEAR IS TERMED PROOF
LIMIT LIQUOR USE IS PLEA
Ministers Advise Dry-Law Provision
as to Amount Receivable.
That the proposed Oregon dry law
contain a provision limiting uin ui""'
of liquor one person may retei
nother state to two quarts oi upm
in ..-..via nf malt
ous or vinous, or a -
liquor, in a period of il days was the
recommendation yesterday morning or
the Presbyterian Ministers' Assocla-
' Thiefu-.five local Dastors voted unan
imously in favor of the recommenda
tion and Instructed the association s
legislative committee to petition for
the enactment of the provision. The
..m,tt also will seek to have in
corporated in the dry law a provision
requiring a person receiving pure grain
alcohol to make oath that it will be
used only for scientific medicinal or
mechanical purposes, and empowering
druggists and drug clerks and ent
of railroads, express companies and all
common carriers to administer tnat
CRAVEN ETTEDJALM AC AANS
xr.rked down for quick clearance.
$10 buys the best value in the city.
Jimmy Dunn. Oregonian Bldg., 3d floor.
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks
to mv manv friends ior tneir lympum.'
and floral offerings extended trie In my
ate bereavement, tne aeam oi uij
loved wife .,.r,T t
ALU. L. Cl.Iinoci.'r'n,
Adv. Tualatin, ur.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to express our thanks and
gratitude to the friends and neighbors
who so kindly assisted us during the
Illness and death of our wife and
mother: also for the beautiful flowers.
, V , V - .VII film V
f. K LYONS AND FAMILY.
MR. AND MRS. J. H. HAUT.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C Johnson and Mr.
and Mi's. A. W. Johnson wish to thank
their manv friends for the heartfelt
eympathv shown during the sickness
and death of their motEer, Mra. Mary
J ohnson. Adv.
Preacher at Union Tabernacle on
East Side Declares Attack on
Belief Is Devil's Work.
Many People" Attend.
"Hell" was the subject of the sermon
of Rev. E. J. Bulgin last night at the
Union Tabernacle at East Eleventh and
East Morrison streets. Before the dis
course Professor Rose conducted a song
service presented by an augmented
choir. Professor Rose and Mrs. Rose
sang several selections.
Dr. Bulgin explained that he was not
preaching on "Hell", to scare people
into the kingdom of Tieaven.
"If I should scare you into the king
dom." he said, "I would scare you out
again as soon as you got in. If there
were such a place as hell and God
should hide it from me until it was too
late for me to shun, I'd curse God to
my dying day. The way to get to hell
is to go right on the way you are go
ing. If there is no heH, then Geth
semane is waste and God has done I
foolish thing. The Bible story of hell
may be a shadow, but you never saw a
dog's shadow unless there was a dog
Belief In Hell I'pheld.
"Hell is not a pleasant thing to
preach about, and men universally dis
like the doctrine of hell, and that Is
one reason I advanced for believing
that God and not man wrote the Bible.
"If the devil, sin and hell are not the
awful realities Christ and the Bible say
they are, what on earth was God about
when he gave his own son to die that
awful death on the cross? If hell Is a
myth, folly is chargeable to deity, and
Gethsemane and Calvary are farces
there is no helL The Universallst
Church is dying out all over the coun
try because the country does not need
a church to teach that there Is no neu
The devil has always taught that, and
when you undertake to outstrip the
devil In his own business you win get
The doctrine of hell is compatible
with the love of God. God doesn t
damn, anybody. Ho made hell for the
devil and his angels, but you damn
yourselves by refusing to serve God.
If you insist on serving the devil you
certainly will go to hell.
Divine Warning- Cited.
There is no middle ground. You are
either saved or lost, heaven-born or
hell-born. You are either on the way to
heaven or to hell. The holiness of God
demands a hell. To permit sin to enter
his presence would be to strike a blow
at God s throne. If I did not find neu
taught In the Bible I would say that
God does not love his children, for men
cannot stay on earth forever and unre
generated Binners cannot enter God's
presence: There must be a place for
sinful men to go. and that place is hell.
God does not threaten man with hell.
for he knows It to be an awful reality.
and ho lovingly warns men to flee from
it. He provided Calvary as a means oi
escape from hell.
I believe In hell because tne Bible
teaches iL I believe in hell because
Christ died to save men from it. I be-
ieve in hell because-the Justice of God
demands 1L I believe in hell because
the holiness of God demands a hell, for
hell Ik the sinners own place by nt-
ness. Serving the devil all your life
fits you to dwell throughout eternity
with Satan, and not witn Loa. iieii is
the sinner's own place by wages. You
work for hell, the devil is the pay
master and he will see that you get all
that is coming to you. He never or
fers to discount any man's check. It
costs you time and money, soul and
body to serve the devil.. It costs your
wife's happiness and your children's
nnnnrtunities in life.
"No man ever went to hell who did
not wade there knee deep through the
blood of the Son of God.
Terrors of Place 3Ienrloned.
"What kind of a hell do I believe in?
Weeping and wailing and gnashing of
teeth, hell fire and damnation may be
shadows, but where Is that reality that
casts terrible shadows? Jesus Christ
used these' terms to describe an awful
thing. The glories of heaven are be
yond descrlptioa, and the same writers
under the inspiration of the holy spirit
used fire and brimstone, agony and tor.
ment in describing hell. Oh, men, J.
don't want yod to go to hell."
The custom of ask-
lng one's friend to
act as executor of an.
estate is rapidly giv
ing way in favor of
the modern trust,
company because the
element of personal
favor is eliminated,
because the life of a
trust company is per
petual and b e c a use
the trust company is
especially equipped to
render such service to
estates in trust. Come
in and talk it over.
Title and Trust BldK
Fourth, Near .Stark.
The docket was called Saturday morn
ing, 50 of the 76 cases were repre
sented by counsel in tne courtroom
and were set for trial at the rate of
two a dav uo to the middle of March.
In addition to the 228 cases ahead of
him, however, two or three additional
cases are assigned to him daily,
GOOD MUSIC INCLUDED
SERIOUSNESS TO BE MINGLED WITH
FRIVOLITY AT AO CLUB "SATIRE."
New Songs Will Be Heard In Mnaieal
Comedy to Be Staged With Frolic
While the seven lampooning skits to
be staged at the Ad Club "1915 Satire"
next Thursday night are not offered
in any spirit of seriousness, there will
be 10 real musical offerings scattered
through the evening. George E. Jeff
ery, the well-known orchestra . leader,
will be responsible for nine of them.
The Ad Club quartet and Tom Keating
will be behind the other.
The orchestra programme, in charge
of Mr. Jeffery, will be as follows:
Overture, "William Tell" Rossini
I'apmons Blues- u. zni"fc
New dance "Paris Gaiety". Raphael Pompillo
Two-step. "Captain Betty" ... Lionel Baxter
Selection, "The Queen of the Movies"
........... ean uiiwi t
La Gloria" one-step) John H. Densmore
What More Do You Want?". Albert Gumble
Valse, "Zlngarella" Francis Popy
March. "Audio" Mouion
During the evening a musical com
edy in one 'act will be presented, in
which H. G. Whipp, M. A. House, M. L
Bowman, Dr. R. M. Emerson and Tom
Keating will have the chief roles. Mr.
Whipp carries the character of General
Branigan Holdover, of the Swiss XMavee,
and will sing for the first time in
Portland "Old Daddy Eagle of the U.
N. A. Hoose will sing the solo In My
Red Cross Girl, Good Bye," and Dr.
Emerson will be heard in "With
Kickin' Little Chicken Stickln' on Be
The seat sale for the Satire is now
on at the box office of the Baker The
ater. Sixth and Morrison streets. The
performance will be given at the old
Baker, Eleventh, and Morrison streets.
You know many of them men who in their prime made plenty of money,
but who spent as freely as they earned. Old age finds them without a home
' and in a sorry plight.
YOU don't expect to be without a home or without means of support when
you grow old, do you? Neither did they. But if you will plug the "rent
leak" you can escape their bitter experience.
Here's Your Supreme Opportunity
We will build you a delightful, well-constructed home in LAURELHURST,
the Addition of Beautiful Homes, at actual cost price. You can pay us a little
down and the balance like rent. You will never again be able to build a home
as cheap as at this time. Lumber at cord - wood prices and contractors ac
cepting contracts at wages only means a saving to you of at least 5 00.00 on
the most inexpensive home.
During the next few wonderfully prosperous years your rent money and
the money you will save which would otherwise be foolishly squandered
will pay for your home, arid you will never have to face the bitter experience
above outlined, but will be able to live in comfort in old age, like these
dear old folks, wno were wise in men- prime.
TillMa v ? s,l
FAIR VISIT VALUED HIGHLY
Agent for Southern Pacific in Ore
gon Ixmd in Praise of Events.
"The Panama-Pacific Exposition will
be worth going around the world to
see," said John M, Scott, general pas
senger agent for the Southern Pacific
in Oregon yesterday upon his return
from a week's visit at the big fair.
"It is the last word in expositions,"
he said, "and, because it is the latest
in the series of bi American exposi
tions that began with the Philadelphia
Centennial, it will profit by the ex
perience of all. The latest in science
and Invention has been utilized in
building the magic 'city on the shores
of San Francisco Bay.
"The buildings on the exposition site,
with a few exceptions, are completed,
while the whole project is well ad
vanced. The Oregon building Is unique
among all the structures. Landscaping
and gardening have beer, done in
MRS. A. C. SCHROEDER DIES
Wife of Tualatin Physician Passes
Away in Portland.
Mrs. Elizabeth Schroeder. wife of Dr.
A. C Schroeder. of Tualatin, died Fri
day in the St. Vincent's Hospital, and
brief funeral services were said at the
Portland Crematorium yesterday.
Mrs. Schroeder. who was 55 years old.
was widely known in Portland, where,
with her husband, she lived for a num
ber of years after coming from Chi
cago 53 years ago. Before becoming
a physician Dr. Schroeder was a printer
on The oregonian, ana it was wim mo
aid of Mrs. Schroeder in their early
married life that he was enabled to.
complete his medical education at Wil
75 OF 228 CASES AT ISSUE
Jndge Gantenbein Meets Handicap
In Conrt Long Idle.
When Circuit Judge C. TJ. Gantenbein
opened department 6 on Monday. Jan
uary 4, he was bandicaped by 228 cases
which had piled up in that department
during the time the court was idle,
pending a Supreme Court decision in
volving the constitutionality of its ex
Of these cases 75 are now at issue.
LYRIC POLITICS HUMOROUS
"Running for Office" Brims With
Fun in Campaign Speeches.
"Running for Office" is decidedly a
strenuous' pastime at the Lyric Thea
ter. Tho comedy in one act, produced
by Al Franks, is a series of vigorous,
dashing campaign speeches from the
first to the last, in which the candidate
gets badly muddled up, but comes out
all right in, the end. Mr. Franks ap
pears in the leading role of the Irish
man with a spicy temper, who is run
ning for United States Senator. He
gets the office, much to the surprise of
his campaign manager, and his trou
bles as a speechmaker begin. He beats
up his daughter's "beau," smashes the
furniture, "cusses" at his wife and cuts
up in a most undignified' and unsena-
The playlet is interspersed liberally
with musical numbers, several of
which are hits. Jeanne Mai takes the
part of the sly little woman who knows
how to get easy money and she car
ries off all kinds of laurels in the role.
Joe Kemper is the Englishman this
time and "he is there with the 'I say,
"DonH-cher-know" and all. He takes
the part of the would-be prospective
son-in-law of the Congressman in a de
One of the most interesting charac
ters in the play, and the one with the
best makeup, is Lew Dunbar in the
part of the "Willie," the village cutup.
"Willie" has a painful stutter and it
takes him ages to get anything out
side of his mouth. But-when he does
get it out, so pertinent is it that it
takes the house by storm, and every
mouthful is a laugh-maker.
"Kate O'Brien's" part is taken by
Marie Celestlne, who is altogether
youthful and charming. Lillie Suther
land makes an ideal Irish woman and
her witty songs and quips win her
The chorus does its part toward
-making the burlesque, a success.
WON'T YOU let us help you out of the rut you are in? In doing this wc
will be doing more for you than your own relatives would do.
There are many people in LAURELHURST whom we have assisted in this
manner, who are now the proud and happy owners of their own homes, cost
ing from $3000.00 to $30,000.00 and who are walking advertisements for
LAURELHURST. They have never failed. We are proud of them. Ask
them about it. , . r .t
In which picture will you be found? You can still come back. Don t
Dut it off until tomorrow. "Tomorrow" never comes and has been the cause
of the Spanish people's decline. Come in TODAY at 270'o Stark Street, and
inspect the wonderful assortment of plans of homes we are erecting and pick
OUveUalsohave a Tract Office in Laurelhurst at E. 39th and Glisan Streets,
Tabor 3433, B 1621, which is open daily, Sundays included.
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uolv " : The Addition of Beautiful Homes
IOWA VOLUNTEERS COMING
Major and Mrs. lllsley to Conduct
Meetings and Visit Prisons.
Major and Mrs. H. J. lllsley, officers
in charge of the Volunteers of Amer
ica in the state of Iowa, with head
quarters in Des Moines, will visit Ma
jor Starks in Portland this month, and
will work with the local forces to ad
vance the work here. Major and Mrs.
lllsley will be accompanied by Captain
Leona Saunders, a singer. Meetings
will be conducted on the streets and
in the Mission Hall. 267 Ankeny street.
Major and Mrs. lllsley will have charge
of these services, to which everybody
During their stay they will visit the
prisons with Major Stark, who has
charge' of Mrs. Ballington Booth's
prison work in the Northwest The
visitors are due Fridfey, and a welcome
meeting will be given them Saturday
at the Mission Hall.
PETS RID OF HEALTH RULE
Quarantine Tags Abolished Because
Plan Cannot fie Enforced.
No longer must pussy cats and Fido
dogs wear quarantine tags. city
Health Officer Marcellus announced
yesterday the abolishment ot tne time
honored plan because it cannot be en
forced. I'd to this time there has been a
rule requiring the tagging of cats and
dogs that were permitted to run at
large from houses quarantined tor con
tagious disease. Placards of tha rule
were cast into the waste paper basket
COUPLE MAKE UP AT JAIL
Father Who Ieft Babe With Police
Learns Wife. Visited Sister.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Prather, whose
five-months-old boy was left in care of
the police by the father after the
parents had quarreled last Saturday
night, made up at the police station
The Food-Drink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For inf ants.invalida and growing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding the whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged.
More healthful than tea or coffee.
Take no ubatitata. Ask for HORUCK'S
Entire Stock of Fine Fixtures of Former
Strand Store at a Big Soap.
3 10-ft. marble bottom showcases.
2 mahogany 10-ft. hatcases.
1 solid oak counter.
8 beautiful mirrors.
36 nickel tieholders.
2 tie racks. . .
Shirt racks, palm trees, fancy baskets,
hundreds of loet of fine shelving, etc.,
Will sell the entire stock at a big bar.
gain. Make appointment to see them by
1L JfTDEIIAN. at J45 Rerond street,
(Former Bon Marcu.)
Sunday, and, taking the baby, returned
Mr. Prather went to tha police sta
iinn mt 1:30 o'clock Sunday morn-
and requested Captain Inskeep to keep
the child until he could max arrange
ments for its care. Mrs. Prather, he
said, had mysteriously disappeared.
The police found that Mrs. Prather
was with her sister at Washington
street and Trinity Place. Both women
were taken to the police station, where
husband and wife were reconciled.
The youngster spent three hour In
the care of Matron Smith in the City
Tn 1012 nutnmobl1s klHd 21 persons la
London snil -'' "' N"w 'rU.
THE IDEAL LOCATION FOR A WINTER SOJOURN
Perfect Climate. Plenty of Sunshine. Motoring, Golfing.
Boating, Bathing, Fishing and Shooting.
Hundreds of Hotels to meet all requirements.
Low Round-Trip Farea from North Pacific Coast Points.
. Best Reached by the Superior Train Serrlce f the
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
Sumptumvm Thfuah Trmlnm Frm O ', Olnmlnnmtl.
St. Lamlm mnd Hmw Ortosas
f TOP-OVERS CUI IE lD
Or SM. Trla. mmt route at M , tj the wmfut CULI ' Co.ST Wtom,
nhistrated booklets. IW f sets Is sad full tofematles) caeartnlly nuiMi.
p.W. MORROW, N.-W. P. A., 332 Marquette Bldg., CHICAGO, ILL.
soo CARDS for 39c
Size 2xS. No phone orders. By mail SSc extra. Ona week only, end
ing Saturday. January 16. You MUST bring this ad. All kinds of rnnt
ing at rock bottom prices.
Rose City Printery
I Added to your Diet
will add years to 1
I your Life. I
B ASK YOUR DOCTOR I
3 Full Measure Tins 3
B POMPCIAN COMPANY B
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Ttt House of Welcoms
Park and Alder Blreett,
la the theater and shopping dis
trict, one block from any ear
line. Rates $1.00 per da and
np. With bath, $1.60 per day
and up, Take our Brown Auto
0. W. Cornelius, President
H. E- Fletcher, Manager.
Th 6EWAKii is a . ssodsra aa
slsgaatljr appelated bolsi, pos smg
on ot the most osautlfui corosr los
felss la tas Nortbwost. Looalsd at
iota nd Aider sts., opposlt Olds,
Wormian King's bis departmsa-.
la heart o retail aad
aietrict- Hatea, l and up. Bus
meets all trains. W car also runs
from Union bepot direct to HOTKt,
SEWARD. W. ML gttWARP. Pres.
CEAI&S TO RECA.NX.
School for the Adult Blind.
11th and Davis.
For particulars call J. F. Meysra.
Phone Main 648.