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THE MORNING OREGONIA3T. TUESDAY, 1 APRIL 6; 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
. Vanarfnt; Editor. .....
. buperinteadont Bonding.
HEILIG iBroadway at Taylor) "Potash
and Ferlmuttar." Tonight at :1S o dock.
; EAKEB (Broadway and Sixth. btwnAl-
cer ana aorriMD; uihibiu
, Tonight at 6:15 o'clock.
t uippnnRrtun ilit'SEllEN'T COMPANY.
(Fourth and Stark) Moving pictures and
vaudeville. Continuous till 11 ucioca.
. - VaadeTilla.
- CRPHECM (Broadway at Stark) This
afternoon at 2:U and tonlgnt at
Si- PANT AGES (Broadway at Alder) Perform
ances l:ao to 11 P. M contlnuoua
: HARCUa LOEW8 EMPRESS Broadway
- and YamhlU Contlnuoua performances
irom I JO to 11 P. M.
Moving Picture Tneatcra.
.. , JJATIONAlr Park. West Park, near Wash.
'-PEOPLES Went Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
' KEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET 1USA1EB Broadway and Wash
ington. . . COLUMBIA THKAVER sixth, and Stark.
ELEVENTH-STREET THEATER (Eleventh
, and Morrison) Moving pictures of "Tillies
Punctured Bomance." Continuous, 1 P. M.
to 11 P. M.
RciiU. Agents in Session. J. L.
Demoville. general coast manager of
v the itexall Company, addressed a gen-
eral meeting of the Oregon distribu-
. tors, representing about 50 cities of this
1 state, at the annual meeting of the
Rexail agents at the Imperial Hotel
president of the organization, presided
over the meetings, which continued
. throughout the day and were closed
' with a banquet at night. The speaker
at the afternoon session was Oswald
"West. Officers chosen for the coming
year were: President, G. C. Blakeley,
of The Dalles; vice-president, C. J.
Kem, of Cottage Grove, and secretary.
C K. McAllister, of Pendleton.
. Gresham School. Bonds Abe Taken.
j At a meeting of the Union High
" School directors, in Gresham, Friday,
the bid of Morris Bros., of Portland,
lor the bonds of the union district,
Amounting to S20.000 was accepted.
These bonds are dated April 1 and
' interest is made payable annually for
seven years. '1 ne nrst bond win lau
due April 1, 1916. and will be for $1500
ior toe six years tney win run as toi-lon-s:
$2000, $2500. $3000. $3500, $4000
and $3500. They brought a premium of
6 per cent or $1200 advance. The
premium will pay the first year's in
terest. Interest on the bonds is the
late of S per cent.
72 "Thb Pioneer Era" Is Subject.
- The Pioneer Era" will be the subject
.. A i.fiiMl at thf mcatinv nf t hn Tuna
day study class at the Gresham Liibrary
tonight. Miss Aurilla Hoagland will
.-Mrs. A. Hevel, "Immigration of 1843"
- Miss Jessie Burns, "Karly Roads and
-- Means of Communication, Including the
win r iw nnn. ri v i w ,w . i h i r i v r. k,
- periences in Early Oregon." The mem.
bers wiil respond to rollcall by giving
the names of pioneers which have been
applied to geographical locations,
giving an anecdote of each place. Mrs.
C. M. Zimmerman is the hostess.
Greeks Tell Woes to Court. Bill
Zeazeares is suing Bill Apostolopulos
in, circuit Court. Bill Zeazeares alleged
that he lent Bill Apostolopulos $350 on
a promissory note and that it has not
been paid. In answering the complaint
yesterday. Bill Apostolopulos said he
paid $200 on the note, and further
alleges that Bill Zeazeares made some
changes in the note, especially with
reference to the amount of interest.
' after he had it int his possession. He
offers to give Bill Zeazeares $150 and
call it square. The men are Greeks.
Grand Jlrt to Invkstigatb Loan
Case. The grand jury will investigate
the cane against Donald Mcpherson,
foreman of the Brooklyn city barn,
charged with lending money to his
employes at usurious rates. McPher
.. son was - arretted Saturday night by
' Special Agent Walter F. Greenv of the
' Xistrict Attorney s office, and Deputy
Constable James McCullough. It was
alleged that he lent his own employes
money, charging them 5 per cent a
CI T ( YT- v- c- re l- n t ti TWtt-t.ra-rt Lflaim
ing- ownership of Alaska mines valued
at $."5,000 and recently purchasing an
automobile on a check declared by
Portland banks to be a forgery, Frank
Thompson was bound over to the grand
Jury by Municipal Judge Stevenson
yesterday. The check was for $2250,
nnd several for smaller amounts were
named in the complaint. The state
places no faith In Thompson's alleged
mine ownership in Alaska, according
to ueputy District Attorney Deich.
- rteral services for P. E. Brighani, who
iel in can rrancisco Jiarcn 3U. were
held at the Holmnn Undertaking
: parlors yesterday. The services were
Fimple, a brief selection of scripture
nemjr read and a prayer offered by
Dr. John H. Boyd. The remains will
be placed in a niche at the Portland
I'rpmatorfnm. Mr. Rrlchnm was nn nf
the pioneer merchants of the city.
H. A. Fa toe Found Dead. H. A.
Paige, aged 60, was found dead in his
bed at 239 Russell street yesterday.
Mr. Paige was a veterinary surgeon
and was employed at the stables where
he had his room. Apoplexy is sup
posed to have been the cause of death.
.Deputy Coroner Smith is endeavoring
to find two surviving daughters in Se
attle. Mr. Yeon Speaks in Sunntside
S'Uool. Roadmaster Teon will ad
dress the citizens ot Sunnyside in the
assembly hall of the Sunnyside school
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock on the
proposed bond issue. He will show
stereopticon views of the Columbia
Highway. Women especially are in
vited to attend this meeting.
Market Stall Lessee Fined. J. C.
Douglas, lessee of stall 30 in the Sani
tary market, was fined $10 by. Munic
ipal Judge Stevenson yesterday for
laiseiy advertising in a Portland news.
paper that he -would sell pork roasts
for 10 cents a pound, when he refused
to sell to a customer at that price.
jr. r. smiin was the complainant.
Church Entertainment Friday.
The Hope Presbyterian Church and
the William McKinley Women's Relief
Corps will Join in giving an entertan-
ment. at the church. East Seventy
eighth . and Everett streets. Friday
night at 8 o'clock. The public is in
JIOTOKI8T8 i it r inks. v. is. overlin,
O. Jones and E. Kallman. arrested by
Motorcycle Patrolman Bales Sunday
for speeding, were lined $10 each by
Municipal Judge Stevenson yesterday
morning, timer Zimmerman was fined
so ior recKiess driving, and C. E. Ghol
son. $2 for obstructing a Are hydrant.
lay in the widows' pension bureau has
Been postponed until Monday, April 19.
The usual payday, the 17th. falls on
Saturday this month, necessitating the
Opportunity for dentist with es
tablished first-class physician; splendid
light, well-known building, central
location; moderate rental. AM 708,
Dr. O. Oris Jurva will be at home,
1"S E. 60th, April 8, with competent
assistant. Eye. urine, spinal diagnosis.
Examination. $5, $10. Adv.
To Let. For business purposes, store.
1875 square feet, central location, mod
erate rental. AK 710. Oregonian. Adv.
Doctor's Orncis to let in downtown
building, central location; moderate
rental. AX. 708. Oregonian. Adv.
For Rint. One-half store, 149 4th
r Main 1632. Adv.
Four Militia Members Get Commis
sions. Four members of the Oregon
Naval Militia who took a recent ex
amination succeeded in passing and
getting commissions according to the
announcement yesterday of Lieutenant.
Commander Blair of the Militia. John
A. Beck'with received the commission of
lieutenant of the senior grade; S. D.
Young was commissioned as an ensign
to have charge of the second division:
. Mala 7070. A totti I Charles J. Dyer, ensign to have charge
or the first division and toward A.
West, ensign to have charge of the
HUSBAND SEEKS A1ISSINO WIPE.
With the arrival xf her husband, Alex
Sandstrom, yesterday, a search was
Instituted locally for Mrs. Bertha
Sandstrom, aged 25, who dropped out
of sight following her departure to
Portland from Los Angeles early in
March. She was last heard from on
March 11, when she was living in a
rooming-house at 381 Yamhill street.
Further letters to her at that address
were returned to her husband. She
was 6 feet, 5 inches tall, weighed 130
pounds, of fair complexion and bad
New Thought Conference Planned.
A conference of three sessions will
be held in Portland May 16 and 17 by
the Oregon state committee of New
Thought, working in connection with
the California New Thought exposition
committee for the Natonal convention
of New Thought, whicB will be held in
San Francisco in August. Dr. Greir. of
Spokane, Wash., will deliver two
lectures and Dr. Mays, of Vancouver,
Wash., will deliver one lecture. Music
and special features by members of
the three truth centers will complete
the two days' programme.
Mrs. C. M. Tatlor to Be Buried Todat.
Mrs. Charles M. Taylor died at her
home. 78 West Killingsworth avenue.
March 31. aged 72 years. She is sur
vived by her husband and one daughter,
Mrs. Flora Serrurier. The funeral will
be held at 2 P. M. today, at the chapel
of Chambers Undertaking Company.
corner of Killingsworth avenue and
Kerby street. Rev. W. T. Kerr will
conduct the services assisted by Peter
A. Porter Circle Ladies of the Grand
Army of the Republic, of which Mrs.
Taylor was a member.
Thief Suspect Is Returned. City
Detective Abbott returned yesterday
afternoon from Tillamook with C.
Wansley, who is being held on the
charge of grand larceny for the theft
of an expensive moving picture camera.
Wansley was a clerk last December at
the American house, a rooming-house
managed by I. Itow. a Japanese, and
when he left without notice, a camera
valued at several hundred dollars also
was missing. Wansley will be tried for
the theft this week, probably having a
hearing in Municipal Court today
Auto Thief Loses Race. A race of
nearly two miles between a boy driving
a stolen automobile and Patrolman
Frank Ervin, in a taxicab, ended in
the arrest early Sunday morning of
Harold Watson, aged 18, for theft of
the auto. Patrolman Ervin saw the
stolen car, owned by M. H. Duppem
meier. of Woodstock, flash by at mid-
ight at Union avenue and llolladay
nd engaged a taxicab tor the vic
torious pursuit. Watson will have to
face the grand jury.
Smith Funeral Held. The funeral
of the late Dr. Victor H. Smith was
held yesterday from Trinity Church,
Dr. A. A. Morrison officiating. The
pallbearers were: B. E. Kellogg, W. L.
Page, H. M. Montgomery, P. R. Deady
F. G. Chadbourne. John Gill, N. Lv
Curry and F. H. V. Andrews. Mr.
Smith's sister. Mrs. T. Harris Bartlett,
of Lewiston, Idaho, came for the fu
neral. The quartet which sang in
cluded W. H. Boyer. Harry W. Hogue,
V. A. Montgomery and Fred Crowthers.
Salvation Ariit Services Arranged.
Special services to be conducted at
the Salvation Army hall. 243 Ash street,
during the week, are: Tonight, Rev. S.
Bettes, the cowboy-preacher: Thursday.
nfant dedication by Starr Captain and
Mrs. J. Andrews; Saturday, Evangelist
and Mrs. Pierce; Sunday at 3 P. M.
Rev. Mr. McCullough, pastor Epworth
Methodist Episcopal Church; 8 P. M.,
Mrs. E. Jehu, of the Pacific Coast
Man Thrown in Air bt Belting.
Whirled into the air and severely
thrown when he was caught in revolv
ing belting at the Clarke-Wilson lum
ber mill at Li nil ton while oiling the
machinery yesterday, Francesco Bel
leschi, aged 25. received severe bruises
to his head and shoulders. He was re
moved to Good Samaritan Hospital,
where it is reported that the shock
may prove fatal. Belleschl lives at
Reed Lectures Scheduled. In Reed
College extension course 12, natural
science. Dr. H. B. Torrey will give the
59th lecture, entitled "Plants and Ani
mals." today at 3 P. M., in the bio
logical lecture room of the college. Dr. I
W. C. Morgan gives the third lecture
of course 21. "Riddles of the Universe,
tonight at 8 o'clock in Library Hall of
the Central Library. His subject will
be "Of What Is the Universe Made? The
More Remote" (Illustrated)
Patrolman Shaffer Married. Pa
trolman Chester E. Shaffer, who has
charge of the police automobiles on
the day relief, was married Sunday
evening to Mrs. Edith Holterman. The
wedding took place at their future
home. 29 Shaver street, and a reception
followed. Mrs. Holterman was the
widow of Patrolman Holterman, who
died more than a year ago. Patrol
man Dug Ieify. driver for Chief Clark,
was married two months ago.
Fair to Be Held at George. At
the last meeting of. the George (Clacka
mas County) Commercial Club it was
decided to hold a neighborhood fair
in the Fall. H. C. Stephens. Robert
Miller. Henry Johnson. Mrs. J. Scheel
and Mrs. Peter Rath were appointed
a committee to make arrangements. It
is planned to make the fair the best
held so far.
St. David's Parish to GrvE Plat.
"The Little Pilgrim and the Book Be.
loved." a mystery play with a moral.
will be given with childrenrin the cast
on Sunday at 4 o'clock in St. David's
parish house. The play was written
for St. Agnes Church, New York. The
Junior Auxiliary of .St. David's will
give the programme.
Taxation to Be Topic. The reve
nue and taxation department of the
Oregon Civic League will meet today at
12 o'clock in the college room of the
Hazelwood. for discussion of current
taxation items and business. Topics
for study during the Spring will be
Federal Court at Pendleton. Fed
eral Judge Bean, Everett Johnson, as
sistant United States District Attorney,
and Deputy United States Marshal
Becker have gone to Pendleton, where
they will hold a four-day session of
Federal Court. They are expected to
return here next Friday.
Presbtterian Society to Meet. The
regular monthly and annual meeting
of the Ladies' Relief Society will be
held today at 2 P. M. in room F of
First Presbyterian- Church, Twelfth
and Alder streets. A full attendance
Mrs. H. J.
2 BIG FEATURES 2
15 The Outcast
ANOTHER MUTUAL MASTERPIECE
If you saw "The Quest" last week, you know what
' to expect of this.
Thomas Nelson Page's story of
the upright judge and the out
cast girl, who each received ex
act justice a drama of grip
ping interest Don't miss- the
great court scene. ,
2 A Little Band of Gold
The three big favorites, Ford Stirling;, "Fatty" Arbuckle and Mabel Normand, in one
of the funniest of the special 2-Act Keystone Comedies.
Also, the MUTUAL WEEKLY, showing; Lincoln Beachey's last flight, Portland scenes
and other current events.
BROADWAY and WASHINGTON -
CITY ENGINEER OBJECTS
GROSS ABTSE OF REMONSTRANCE
' PRIVILEGE I ALLEGED.
Dater Says Unsuccessful Contract-
Are Guilty of Delayins
That the right of property owners to
remonstrate against street improve
ments is being- grossly abused, is the
statement of City Engineer Dater in
a communication which he has sub
mitted to City Commissioner Dieck.
Steps to limit the power ot remon
strance are being considered by Mr.
Dater because ot the use of the power
for ulterior purposes.
Mr. Dater adds:
"This powerful weapon, designed to
orotect the citizens against indiscrim
inate and ill-advised improvements and
to prevent improper contract letting.
seems tu have become an instrument
of private revenge. The suspicion is
apparently well-founded that unsuc
cessful bidders, seeking to discourage
their successful rivals, have actively
assisted in the circulation of remon
strances with the result that many
paving operations desired by a major
ity of property interests ana or un
questioned value have been abandoned.
'There is reason to believe tnac aau-
truths and oven deliberate falenoods
have been told to gain the cud and.
although this department has no right
to question signatures, conversations
with remonstrators have shown that
deceit has been practiced in securing
signatures. The right to annul ques
tionable improvements should never be
denied, but when private spite enters,
the most vicious practices are encour
'Effort to cope with the difficulty
was made through insistence upon the
filing of petitions representing 40 per
cent of the assessable property before
improvement proceedings would be ini
tiated, but even with this arbitrary re
quirement, the automatic discontinu
ance of proceedings under the present
60 per cent rule, may not be entirely
prevented. Although wasted effort in
the preparation of plans represents a
considerable money loss to the city,
the resulting disturbance to the whole
administration of the Department of
Public Works is of greater concern,
for confusion follows and interest in
the work is lost."
argue the motion and the court Bet the
hearing for that date.
Sara Krasner is charged In two counts
with transporting women across state
lines for immoral purposes. It is al
leged that he brought Rose Babcock
from Seattle and Salpherd's Springs to
Portland in February, 1914, and took
Maud Droker from this state to points
in Texas and Louisiana in December,
Arrested in New Orleans some time
ago, Krasner has just been returned
here for trial and is held in the County
Jail. Maud Droker is held as a wit
30 MEN AT PISGAH HOME
Heln Asked for1 Those Vnable to
Work by Kcason of Infirmity.
Tho Piss-ah Receiving Home is now
carina for aDout au men, mosuy jianui
canned bv some infirmity, only a few
being able-bodied men who could go to
the ranch and work even lr me iooo.
supply at "Pisgah Heights would pro
vide for so large a number oi men.
There are 23 men there now.
This place Is to be a permanent home
for the unemployed, giving tnem
chance to earn their livelihood ana
keenins them away from the city.
Contributions may be sent to r iea n.
iGreen, 1500 Hawthorne avenue, treas
urer Pisgah Home Colony Association.
Telephone Tabor 2492.
Wii.kins to Speak. Mrs.
H. J. Wilkins will speak to th women
of the Unitarian Alliance tomorrow at
3 o'clock, in the chapel at Yamhill and
Broadway streets, on "The Prophets of
Israel and Their Literary Achievements
"Co-Operatiok" Is Topic. "Is Co-Operation
Possible?" This will be "The
subject of an address to be given this
afternoon by H. C. Cthoff who will
speak in room H. Library, at the meet
ing of the Women's Political Science
For Rst. First-class storeroom.
central location la downtown business
district; good opportunity for respon
sible merchant. AO- 675. oregonian.
But Wood Now. We have reduced
our prices. Norm r'acinc iiumnr co.
Phone Main 4340, A 66S8. Adv.
Portland Lawn mower Hospital. Sell.
205; L Adv.
Da, Datton, classes. Swetland bids.
KRASNER. HEARING MONDAY
Motion Interposed to Divide Mann
Contending that he would be con
fused and embarrassed in his defense,
Sam Krasner, through his attorneys,
John Logan, J. J. Fitzgerald and Sam
Johnson, yesterday interposed a mo
tion to divide the indictment, separat
ing the charges against-him, when
brought before Judge Wolverton in
Federal Court yesterday morning to
plead to charges of having violated the
Mann act. Assistant United States At
torney Rankin agreed that next Mon
day would be an agreeable time to
Shoe Theft to Bet on Negro
Not Crime, Argues Black.
Prisoner In Convinced Jads;e
Would Hnrt Done Sane and
Pleads Suspension of Justice
During Prize Fight.
it hadn't been foh Jack John
son fightin' tuhday. Ah wouldn't
be heah now, Jedge, yeronnah," said
Robert Thompson, colored, when he ap
peared before Municipal Judge Ste
venson yesterdayat 2 o'clock on the
charge of stealing a pair of shoes from
"Ah stole them shoes. Ah admits it,
but you'd a done the same in man
place, jedge, 'cause well, 'cause Ah
jest had tun have some money. Ah
wanted to bet on Jack. Why, Ah put
up money on that theah nlggah, evah
sence he fust put on gloves. And, man,
he can fight some!"
An idea came to Thompson, and -his
woolly head rose over the prisoner's
rail as he stretched himself the full
length of his five feet three inches.
"Why, that fight mus' be on right
this yeah minute. Aw, jedge, won't
yuh lemme out? Ah gotta see how
that tah-baby is carryin" hisself in this
scrap. O' course he's wallopin' Willard,
foh. theah ain't nobobdy could ever win
ovah Johnson," pleaded Thompson.
"Didn't you know?" asked the judge.
"Why, Johnson was knocked out in the
"Whaseat?" " exclaimed Thompson.
"Doan say that, Jedge, doan say that!
It aint' true! Suah Johnson didn't lose,
"He lost all right," said the judge
with a hint of a smile. "You lose. too.
Thompson left the courtroom with
the air of a. man who wot not though
THE LANGUAGE -
HON. J. D. LEE
At Centenary M. E. Church
Tuesday, April 6, 8 P. M.
Adults 25c, children two for 25c
the world came to an end. It waa un.
believable that his idol had fallen.
3 IN COCKFIGHT RAID FINED
Birds to Be Returned on Promise
That Fighting Be Abandoned.
Three cockfight fans appeared before
District Judge Bell yesterday after
noon, pleaded guilty and were fined $25
each. The 14 blooded cocks, taken In
a raid by Sheriff Hurlburt two weekB
ago, will be returned to their owners
on condition that they never are used
for fighting again.
The mysterious "John Doe. who was
bound over to the grand jury by Judge
Dayton with Steve Fletcher and Harry
Osman, yesterday gave his name as
Tom Micklen. In tho raid 26 men
were arrested. Evidence showed that
Fletcher. Osman and a third man had
been ringleaders. One of the 24 re
maining men was wanted, but the state
could not tell which one it was. Judge
Dayton ordered that no ball money be
returned until the third man put in
his appearance. Yesterday Tom Mick-
lln admitted that he was the man
COMPENSATION SUIT FILED
George E. Miller, Failing to Collect,
for Accident, Appeals to Court.
Suit against the State Industrial
Accident Commission was filed in
County Clerft Coffey's office yesterday
morning by George E. Miller, who al
leges that the left side of his face
was paralyzed as the result of an acci
dent. Miller, while at work on a new build
ing, on September 8, 1914, stepped on
the end of a loose board and fell
from the third floor. He applied to
the Commission for relief, and on No
vember 17 received a letter saying that
it had been found' that his face was
paralyzed prior to the accident. Th
suit asks that the Commission's find
ings he et aside.
The Sworn Statements
of all life insurance companies on file with
Oregon's State Insurance Department at
Salem show that fifty-one companies are
doing business in Oregon and that since
1906 Qrcgonjjfc has increased its insurance
in force more than any other company.
Further Proof of OrcgonTifc Supremacy
These sworn statements also show that
since 1906 QfCgOnTifC has increased its pre
mium income in Oregon more than any
Increase in Premium Income is the true
index of prosperous growth.
You Will Buy an OrcgonTifc Policy
if you take time to examine our Superior -Service
Discriminating Buyers Always Give Preference to QregODTjfc. Best for Oregonians.
Home Office, Corbett Building, Fifth and Morrison Sts., Portland
A. L. MILLS, L. SAMUEL, C. S. SAMUEL,
President General Manager " . Assistant Manager
Which for You?
Here are two men, both of whom have paid for their homes. In
one case the landlord owns the home the tenant only having a fist
full of rent receipts. The other chap paid no more money but now
owns his own home.
Paying; Rent Is a Disease
It's so easy to catch and you think it's so difficult to shake. But
it isn't. It is now possible for every man earning a fair salary to own
his own home. Bent money is an obligation turn it into an asset.
Have You Got $400
Bring it to us at 270 Stark st., Main 1503, A 1515, and well sell
or build you a lovely well-constructed home in LAUKELHTJRST, the
addition of beautiful homes, at extremely close figures from $2700 up,
financing the proposition for you, balance payable like rent from $30
per month up.
Now the cards are on the table. Are you going to walk down
and throw any more money into the river?
PAUL C. MURPHY,
Sales Agent for
The Addition of Beautiful Home.
Lennon's Men's Hose are "Sox" with a
"college education." The arts and
sciences have played an important part in
late years, in dignifying and elevating the
lowly "sock"! Lennon's Hose hold the
highest "degree" in hosiery alumni!
Phoenix Guaranteed Silk, 50 1
Dura Silk Hose, 25 '
Call up Main 6373 for hosiery service and satisfaction.
288 Morrison St.
Chas. F. Berg. Mgr.
Those who personally tell you
so. in their advertising are
ready to give you proof that
m"YOU CAN DO BETTER FOR.
.LESS ON THIRD STREET".
Store for Rent!
Store 25x75, centrally located, fireproof building,
water, heat and light included in rental. If you want
to change locations and secure a first-class store in
the best retail center, this is your opportunity.
L 569, Oregonian.
The SEWARD is a nw, modern and
elegantly appointed hotel, possessing
one of the most beautiful corner lob
bies In the Northwest. Located at
10th and Alder ts. opposite Old.
Wortman & Kind's big department
store. In heart of retail and theater
district. Rates, $1 and up. Bus
meets all trains. 'W" car also runs
from Union Depot direct to HOTEL
SEWARD. W. M. HKWARD. Prop.
Unless you sav "HORLIGK'S"
you may got a Substltuto
Phone Your Want Ads. to
Main 7070, A 6095
. , The House of Welcome
Park and Alder Street,
In the theater and shopping dis
trict, one block from any car
line. Rates $1.00 per day and
up. With bath, $1X0 per day
and up. Take our Brown Auto
C. W. Cornelius, President
. H. E. Fletcher, Manager
CHAIRS TO RECANE.
School for the Adult Blind.
11th and Davis.
For particulars call J. F. Meyers,
Phone Main 548.
JOHN KENDRICK BANGS
At Lincoln High School
April 13. H K M.
"SalupritleH I Have Met."
April 15, S 1. M.
Under th auxpiecs of
Tlic Portland Edm-atton Association.
Admission f0r. Tl'-kets on sale at
J. K. UiU Co.