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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. SATURDAY, 3IAY 22, 1915.
SEE HAIL MEET SEA
Saturday at Ben Selling's
Scores of smart, stylish Norfolk Suits for
boys, each suit having an
extra pair of knickers,
Rhododendron Festival On at
Florence Dedicates Willamette-Pacific.
free. Regular $6 suits
buy them here today for
A GREAT STRAW HAT SPECIAL
My regular $1, $1.50 and $2 Straw Hats
for children and boys on sale today at 50c
RIVER CRAFT IN WAITING
l'Mrst Day of Celebration Taken XTp
by Children's Prosrainmc, but
Crowds uthcr for Advent
of -Modern Train of Cars.
KI-OR15NCE, Or., May 21. (Special.)
A week's rain broke Into bright sun
shine tliis morning to greet the open
inn of the eighth annual Rhododendron
Festival at .Florence. Hundreds came
from all parts of the Sluslaw Valley,
from the Upper I'mpqua and from far
up the northern coast. With the ex
pected arrival of 2O00 excursionists
from Ktigene tomorrow and Sunday, a
rising- barometer and preparations com
pleted, indications point to the greatest
event of Its kind in the history of the
The celebration marks the opening of
the Willamette-Pacific Railroad from
Kugena to the Pacilic Ocean and the
tapping of the bottled wealth of West
ern Lane Counts-. Tomorrow morning
a KOlid stool train of 12 coaches and a
huge Atlantic type locomotive will
poke its nose through the tunnel pierc
ing the Coast Range, and will be the
first modern railroad equipment on the
Klvrr (raft In Waiting.
Heretofore none but light locomo
tives and small wooden coaches mixed
with freight cars have traversed this
line to Mapleton, where rail meets
This train will leave Eugene tomor
row morning at 7 o'clock. It will ar
rive at Mapleton, the present end of the
track, at i o'clock, where a fleet of
river craft will be awaiting to rush
the excursionists to Florence. The ar
rival of the fleet there will mark the
opening of the festival.
Thousands of crabs, clams, fish and
other sea foods are to be served in
Florence on the arrival of the guests.
Hundreds of beds have been pro
vided, making the entire town of Flor
enco a hotel for those who arrive to
morrow. A second excursion will ar
rive Sunday morning. Ticket sales for
these excursions today require a sep
arate ticket agent downtown.
Cycle Racrra to Show Speed.
A special car left today and was
loaded with eight motorcycles for the
beach races tomorrow. A fast boat
wiy await the motorists at the end of
the line, rubhing them to the beach
ahead of the crowd.
The riders are: Y. K. Smith. Indian;
W. F. Shelley. Indian: Louis Miller, In
dian; Charles Fornerl, Harley-Iiavld-boii;
Harold Wagoner, Harley-Davld-son;
Kay Blllmire, llarley-Davldson;
Jesse Castoel. Pope: Bob Stevens, liar
ley-Iavidson; Karl Diilard, Indian, and
"Mighty" Ntghswander. "Sportirkg Liz."
George Tyner and Clyde Fisk will act
as flagman and referee, respectively.
Children In Parade.
The school children of Western Lan
County assembled at 10:30 o'clock this
morning In front of the high school at
Florence and, with banners flylrg.
marched through the business streets
to the carnival grandstand, where a
programme was given.
Miss Oenevleve Bossen was In charge
of the exhibits, which included work
from school and home and consisted of
writing, drawing, carpentry, weaving.
sewing and cooking. Several schools
united in the morning programme of
drills, songs and recitations and the
afternoon was given up to a track
meet. In which the Florence High
School received the largest number of
points and won a silver cup. The Lu
gene Radiators' band arrived today.
Strawberry Festival Opens
With Children's Parade.
TWO ARE CROWNED QUEENS
THOUSAND SCARS CARRIED
Captain Kccurdo, Sells-FIolo Lion
Turner, Bears Evidence of Work.
He wears no iron cross or Legion of
Honor. He never saw a battlefied
And yet he has more scars of battle
than any man who comes from the
fighting grounds of Europe. He never
stormed a trench, winning epaulets
thereby, but just the same he faces
just as much danger every day and
thinks nothing of it. Around the pad
room of the show they call him the
Man of the Thousand Scars, and there
are almost that many on his body
But do they worry him? Not at all
He could take a thousand more, pro
viding thero's room for them.
For when Captain Dutch Recardo
lion trainer of the Sells-Floto circus
and Buffalo Bill's Original Wild West,
which will exhibit in Po'rtland Monday
and Tuesday, May 24 and 23, was born
that thing called fear was left out of
his makeup. More than 20 times he has
been torn almost to pieces by the an
imals he trains, but the only effect
that it has upon Captain Recardo is to
put a broader grin on his face and
send him back for more punishment
And just that the chances for that may
be greater Captain Recardo s entire
"utensils" for training his animals con
sist wholly of a 10-cent buggy whip
and a kitchen chair. But "Cap says
that he has a purpose in that.
Captain Recardo of course, will be
listed with Buffalo Bill, Lucia Zora
and her elephants. Rosalend the rider,
the 40 clowns and the other head-line
attractions when the Sells-Floto circus
comes to Portland. .Incidentally the
show is to exhibit at Twenty-fifth and
ASYLUM FOLK SEE CIRCUS
Two Hundred and Fifty Patients a
Snlcm Have Kvcntful Dav.
SALTCM. Or., May 21. (Special.)
lesteraay was a Dig aay lor more
than 250 patients of the State Insane
Asylum, for they not only saw the cir
cus parade in the forenoon, but at'
tended the show In the afternoon a
guests of the management
As the parade passed the State House,
Colonel W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill), in
the lead, saluted h. r . Cochran, a vet
eran of the Civil War. who was in
charge of the Insane Asylum patients.
Mr. Cochran was dressed In the uni
form of the Grand Army of the Re
Jailbreaker Seeks TYeedom Again
WALLACE. Idaho, May 21. (Special.)
Sheriff Pfell heard a scraping noise
as he was passing the County Jail,
and on investigating, he found that
Taylor, the desperado who broke jail
here three weeks ago, was nearly on his
road to liberty again. Taylor shot and
badlv beat Harry Williams, special
Boys' Waists in handsome new
patterns on sale today at 35c, or
3 for $1. . -
Children's Rompers and All
overs for play time. Buy them
here tomorrow at 39c.
Morrison and Fourth
Priz.es Awarded for Entries in l'ajr-
cant of More Than 100 Auto
mobiles' and Floats Artistically
Decorated 5O0O Take Part.
ROSEBURG, Or., May 21. (Special.)
With weather as fair as ever graced
i festival event in Southern Oregon,
he citizens of Roseburg and Houglas
County today paid homage to one of
its pricipal products, the luscious
strawberry. The town is thronged
with visitors from almost every section
of the state and the carnival spirit
The parade, with more than 1000
pupils of the various schools of the
city, together with the faculty and
members of many of the parent or
ganizations, was one of the bis fea
tures of the day.
Following the children s parade the
crowds went to the Courthouse Square,
where, in the presence of 5000 people.
Miss Justine Carter and little Florence
Sinnott were crowned "queens" of the
carnival. The ceremonies were con
ducted by O. P. Coshow, assisted by
'King Rex" and a dozen or more
This afternoon occurred the indus
trial, automobile and fraternal parades.
Included in this pageant were 100 or
more automobiles, artistic and comic
floats and representatives of the Rose
burg lodges. For the best-decorated
automobile prizes were awarded as
follows: W. H. Evans, first; W. S.
Hamilton, second, and O. D. Newhart,
third. Prizes for the best floats were:
J. G. Flook & Co.. first; Rev. W. R.
Jeffrey, second, and the Campfire
Girls, third. One of the features of
this parade was a miniature logging
train to boost the proposed railroad
from Roseburg to the timbered dis
tricts on the North Umpqua River.
The programme Included concerts by
the rouglas County and Roseburg
Juvenile bands, solos by Mrs. Ida Fox,
of Sutherlin, and street phows. A re
ception was held in the Commercial
plub rooms tonight in honor of "Queen
Justine"" and her" maids.
This was followed by the "queen s
ball at the Armory, with the grand
march led by Queen Justine and King
Tomorrow's programme includes the
baby parade, eugenics contest and
rural parade. The strawberry exniott
is larger than usual and Is attracting
Simpson, father or Lollta and Ruby
Simpson, girls whom Mitchell, Joseph
Coach and John Herron were accused
of kidnaping last Fall. Detective
Mitchell worked on secret service In
vestigations for Coach in connection
with charges aga!rwt Coach which re
flected on his relations with the young
women. The charge against Mitchell is
contributing to the delinquency of a
Sheriff Qulne. of Roseburg. was
asked to detain Mitchell, who left
Coqullle this morning en route to
rortland by way of Douglas County.
ROSEBURG, Or.. May 21. (Special.)
W. J. Mitchell was arrested here to
night at 9:30 on a warrant issued at
Coqullle. Through his attorney, W. W.
Cardwell, he provided bail of $2000 and
continued on his way to his home in
Portland. Mr. Mitchell declares the
charges brought against him are purely
BEST STOCK EXPECTED
UNUSUAL, EXHIBITS ARRANGED FOR
ORKGOX CITY BOOSTER DAY.
STUDENTS CHOOSE TICKET
Colfax and Idalio Falls ioutns
Rivals for Idaho Presidency.
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, Moscow
Mav 21. (Special.) The student body
nominated officers at a meeting held
yesterday. For president Sam Morri
son, of Coirax, wasn., ana uiarence
Johnson, of Idaho Falls, are the can
didates. Morrison is captain of the
track squad tand a fraternity man,
while his opponent is a debater and
Other candidates are: V ice-president.
Claude Micklewaite, of Twin Falls, and
Oakley Wylie, of Chico, Cal. ; secretary,
Mary Nodle, of Payette, and Charlotte
Lewis, of Moscow: treasurer, John
Booth, of Nez Perce, and Ronald Miller,
of Gem. Fourteen also were chosen to
run for seven places on the athletic
board. For editor of the Argonaut
Aden Hyde, of Boise; Melvin Ison, of
Blackfoot, and Rollo Crater, of Twin
Falls, will run. A queen of May will
also be elected from among the senior
Livestock Men of Clackamas t Have
Dlaplaya on Hand for Sale To.
da; Biz Crowda Auaited.
OREGON CITY, Or.. May 21 (Spe
cial.) Never before in the history of
the Oregon City booster day, which is
an event of tomorrow, has there been
more interest manifested among the
livestockmen and dairymen of Clack
amas County, and it is expected that
this year's affair will be the best at
tended. The Willamette Valley South
ern Company is arranging to carry
about 800 visitors from Mount Angel
to Oregon City, when a special train
will leave Mount Angel at 8 o'clock
and arrive here at 9:30.
On this train will be the queen. Miss
Louise Walker, and her maids, the
Misses Risley, Grace. Brlghtbill and
Moreita Hickman, and the two pages.
Teddy Hendry and Roland Eby. It
will also carry the king, who will re
main incognito until he arrives. Mount
Angel, the Moose and the Oregon City
boys' bands will be in the parade and
give concerts. Exercises will be held
at the Courthouse.
The stock sale will commence at 11
A. M., Immediately following the parade
of livestock. The auctioneer, W. B.
Cropsey, of Wyoming, will conduct the
Among those who are to exhibit In
this department are N. H. Smith, a
Jersey breeder, of Loran: John and A
I. Hughes, breeder of Guernseys, of
Logan: George E. Hamilton, near Ore
gon City, breeder of Jerseys; Fred
Wourms, Oregon City, Jerseys; George
DeBok. West Lynn, Jerseys; R. L. Bad
ger, Jerseys, Beaver Creek; W. D.
Baker, Jerseys; J. L. Kruse. Stafford,
Jerseys; Frank Haberlach, Holsteins.
J. W. Jack and George DeBok will
enter Duroc-Jerseys and W. W. Harris,
Berkshire. It is possible that the
Nichols Stock Farm and Dimick Stock
Farm will enter Poland Chinas. B.
F. Weddle. G. Frederick, Alfred LUlie.
William Lillie and Charles R. Narshall
are to enter horses for showing purposes.
DEATH DARE RECITED
Walter Jay Fired Shot When
Taunted, Coroner Hears.
WOMAN TRIES TO SAVE
Ira Brown, Fatally Wounded, Tells
of Love for Wife, and Instructs
as to Care of Children Note.
Left by Assailant.
EUGENE. Or., May 21. Ira Brown
dared Walter Jay to shoot him, after
Jay had made the threat Wednesday.
Jay leveled the gun and fired, although
Mrs. Brown caught him and attempted
to break his aim. Brown, unarmed,
sank to the ground. He lived 43 min
utes and his last words were those of
love for his wife and requests that his
children be properly attended through
Such was the testimony before the
Coroner's jury regarding Wednesday's
killing at Blachly, as reported by the
county officials returning this morn
ing after a hard 20-hour trip, in which
they drove 100 miles over rough moun
tain roads, stopping from time to time
to lift the car out of the road.
Following the separation of Brown
and his wife he went to her at her
sister's home and effected a reconcili
ation, according to the testimony. They
wero to have returned home together
the next day. Wednesday morning
Brown and others went down on the
creek fishing. Br?wn returned ahead
of the others to lind Jay in the home,
It is alleged.
As Jay came down stairs, the testi
mony is, he picked Mrs. Keek's rifle off
th wall and had it in his hand during
Jay left a note saying: "Do not go
to much expense in burying me. I was
fool enough to get trapped Into It. and
1 suppose I am the first murderer In the
Jay family and treat me in that way,
SKIPPER SURRENDERS MINE
Charge of Larceny Is Dropped by
.Army Officers at Seattle.
SEATTLE. May 21. Captain Henry
Austrem. of the halibut schooner Myrtle
Endresen, who picked up a floating
mine off Cape Flattery and refused to
surrender it uu demand of United States
artillery officers, with the result that
he was arrested, charged with grand
larceny, repented today and turned the
mine over to tne quartermaster s ue
partment of the Army. The charge
against Austrem was dismissed.
The mine was not loaded, and was
one of three lost from Fort Worden, at
the entrance to Puget Sound, months
ago The Government offers a reward
of $20 each for recovery of them.
MARSHFI ELD, Or., May 21. (Spe
cial.) A warrant was issued at
Coqullle today for W. J. Mitchell, a de
tective of Portland, who had just closed
deputy, at the time of his last break I a successful suit In. the Circuit Court
when the officer was attempting to I against Joseph Coacli for services.
manacle him at the point of a gun. J The warrant was sworn to by M, A.
Warrant Issued Tor W. J. Mitchell
Following Noted Coos Bay Case.
MofWr and the girls have waited
years for that piano. America's most
famous pianos and players selling at
cost and less in Kennedy's closing out
sale. Come and see today. Terms. 326
Third, near Salmon. Adv.
Catlilamet Road Is Surveyed.
CATHLAMET, Wash., May 21. (Spe
cial.) State Engineer Signer has com
pleted the survey of the State High
way between this place and Skamoka
wa. and has been employed by the
County Commissioners to continue the
survey to the Cowlitz County line. At
the meeting of the Board this week a
petition was presented by the citizens
of Skamokawa asking: for the estab
lishment of the road between Cath
lamet and Skamokawa. The State
Highway Commissioner has been asked
to send an agent to secure the right
of way for the new road.
Knbles Near FVjssU Investigated.
SALE M, Or.. May 21. (Special.)-
State Veterinarian Lytle. who returned
from Fossil yesterday, said that the epi
demic of rabies in that neighborhood
was not so serious as had been re
ported. He thought that probably a
score of cattle had died of the disease.
but found that the ranchers were tak
ing precautions against its spreading.
Coyotes are being exterminated by
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num ; new silver finish outside, handsomely polished inside.
REGULAR PRICE $2.00
No Phone Orders. None C. O. D.
Henry Jenning & Sons
Fifth'and Washington Streets
"first for thirst"
Sc at tlie following fountains:
A. W. Allen, 221 N. 16th St
Arbor Lodge Pharmacy, 1374 Greely St.
Alberta Pharmacy, 801 Alberta St.
Acme Pharmacy, 3d and Burnside Sts.
Alder-St. Pharmacy, 2d and Alder St.
C. J. Allison, 423 Morrison St.
C. M. Anderson, 90 Russell St.
R. D. Armstrong, 7 2d and 55th Ave.
J. D. Abrams, 171 N. 6th St.
Mrs. A. J. Arnett, 1569 E. Stark St.
The Bush Pharmacy, 11th & Montgomery
M. Bolos, 81 N. 10th St.
Brink's Pharmacy, 13th and Washington Sts.
Beaver Pharmacy, 560 Umatilla
S. L. Beary, 591 Milwaukie St.
C Bennett, 426 Morrison St,
Geo. E. Bradshaw. 5539 Foster Road
W. Blackburn. 8 2d and 6th Ave.
H. F. Brandon Phar 701 Hawthorne
Geo. Barnette, 723 Thurman St.
Boston Candy Kitchen, 245 Morrison St.
A. Boslar. 180 Front St.
L. Broock, E. 28th and Sandy Road
J. M. Brewer, 669 Alberta St.
Bartholomew Bros., 807 Mississippi At.
M. Bloom. 247 First St.
C. Bennet, 426 Morrison St.
A. Bohna, Lents, Or.
Blue Bell Candy Kitchen. 1373 H'thorne
Mrs. G. Harnett, 119 E. Lombard St.
Bungalow Confec'y, 170 Ji KJ Broadway
Broadway Pharmacy, 26th & E. B'way
E. Brandon, 556 Alberta St.
Coff man's Choc Shop, B'way & Mor'son
J. W. Crampton, cor. Union A v Alberta
Clark-Woodard Drug Co., W. Pk. & AL
L. L. Crocker. 231 N. 23d St.
Casperson & Jensen, 1772 E. Glisan St.
J. Coulson, 775 Union Ave.
Colonial Choc. Shop, 13th and Killingsworth
Cortison Bros.. 12th and Washington.
S. Chaplin. 627 First St.
M. B. Cantor, 709 First St.
T. Calasauomma, 500 Grand Ave.
E. R. Chapman, 882 Belmont St.
Church Pharmacy, Union Are. and B'way
Castleman's Phar., Albina and Kill' worth
Corner Bakery, 1070 Hawthorne Are.
A. F. Cole, 555 Union Ave.
Eva D. Coulson, 807 Mississippi Ave.
Damascus Cream Store, 4th and Alder
J. R. Dunn The Palm, 577 Wash'gton
Dickson Drug Co., 73 E. 80th St.
Dundas & Co.. New Central Market
A. W. Davis, 5511 Foster Road
Geo. Delleney, 295 Hawthorne Ave.
W. H. Dearing. 1064 Union Ave. N.
Ernst's Bonbonniere, B'way and Wash.
Ernst's Dolly Varden, 11th and Wash.
Empress Sweet Shop, The Empress BIdg.
Eagle Drug Co., 1402 Hawthorne Ave.
Elephant Pharmacy, 6th and Burnside St.
Mrs. C. A. Ertz, 1700 Virginia St.
Edward Taff, 1854 Fremont St.
J. J. Elkins, 1803 E. Stark St.
P. W. Ensworth, 205 E. 34th St.
W. E. Fowler, 1983 E. Glisan St.
Fish & Hoy Confec'y, 5531 Foster Road
Fulton Delicatessen, 1435 Macadam St.
Foster Drug Co., 1031 Belmont
J. J. Fisher, E. 12th and Oak Sts.
J. R. Franien, 360'i Union Ave.
S. K. Fisher, 677 Williams Ave.
Fink & Lewis, 514 Mississippi Are.
Fistina & Jannicco, Linnton, Or. .
William Fowle, 3421 50th St. S. E. "
The Fountainette, 264 Morrison St.
Fountain Grocery, 684 Washington
John Fritz, 635 Alberta St.
The Fountainette, 326 Washington St.
The Fountainette, No. 2, 326 Washington
Globe Pharmacy, 120 E. 28th St. N.
Golden Pharmacy, 49th and Hawthorne
Gregory & Gregory, 2152 N. Jersey St.
Golden's Pharmacy, 561 Umatilla St.
Gray's Crossing Phar, 8 2d and 60th Ave.
B. M. Gofford. Jef ferson-St, Depot
Nick Georas, 272 Russell St.
Gresham Drug Co., Gresham, Or.
J. Gillingham, 115 X. Broadway ,
C. J. Glennon, 409 Hoyt St. '
Mrs. M. Gould, 343 Russell St.
Hazelwood Confec'y, 388 Washington
M. F. Halliday, E. 10th and Burnside St.
M. R. Handen, 522 Union Ave. N.
G. H. Hempstock, 690 Lombard St,
JM. C Haines, 373"2 Burnside St.
Hayden Island Wait'g Room, H'den Isl'd
J. H. Helzer, 240 Russell St.
Huntley Drug Co., 4th and Washington
Hawthorne Pharmacy, 1054 Hawthorne
Frank Ireland, W. Park and Stark St.
Imperial Pharmacy, 50 N. 60th St.
K. B. Jacks, 1045 Belmont St.
A. J. Jacques, 807 Clinton St,
G. H. Johnson, Waiting Room, 2d, between
Washington and Stark.
Jancke Drug Co.. Grand Ave. & Hawth'n
Kern Park Kandy Kitchen, 6612 Foster Rd.
Kasmusher & Nudelman, 263 First St,
Kirbuson Confectionery, 119 Grand Ave.
Wm. Kuckenberg, 175 Fourth St.
hLillingsworth Candy Kilchen, 120 Killings-
V. H. Knapp Heilig Cigar Store, Broad
way and Taylor.
Keystone Cream Store. 23d and Wash.
Kelley & Son, E. 80th and Yamhill Sts.
Kenton Drug Co, 1733 Derby St,
Tom Kapuchez, 510 Washington St.
lohn Keaveney, 301 N. 21st St.
O. Kinersley, E. 39th and Belmont Sta.
C. C. Lieaullen, 6244 Foster Road
Linnton Pharmacy. Linnton, Or.
K. Lamoureaux, 118 Shaver SU
Longley's Grocery and Delicatessen.
400 Third St.
Lents Candy Co, Lents, Or.
Lenta Pharmacy. Ients, Or.
Mr. J. Leaman, 24th and K. Ankeny
W. H. Lang & Son, 1109 Division St.
Dan Leatherman, 4th and Madison Sts.
W. Mitchell, 386 E. Burnside St.
W. J. Morrison Drug Store. 57th & S. R.
Multnomah Hotel Confectionery, 51 3d St,
Montgomery Pharmacy, 3d and Montg'ry.
Melcher Drug Co, 10th and Morrison.
Mauro Drug Co, 10th and Stark Sts.
Market Candy Kitchen. 110 First St.
ML Scott Drug Co, Lents, Or.
Modern Dairy Co, 169 4th St.
Morrison Drug Store. E. Mor. and Grand.
C. L. McPike. 240 Killingsworth Ave.
Nob Hill Pharmacy, 21st and Glisan Sts.
N. Nielson. 281 N. 19th SL
R. K. Nichols, E. 8th and Burnside Sts.
J. J. Noonan, 731 Williams Ave.
K. NoguKhi. 248 Couch St.
E. J. Morris, ML Zion, Hillsdale, Or.
J. R. Nebille, 1090 Albina Ave.
Olds, Wort man & King. Basem't Soda Ftn
Orlando Pharmacy, 20th and Washington.
The Oaks Park. Soda Fountains
J. Olsen. 127 Russell St.
Perkina Hotel Pharmacy, 5th and Wash.
Portland Chocolate Shop, Port. Hotel Bid.
S. Pappas, Park and Washington St.
Peterson Ebtate, 53 3d St.
Peninsular Pharmacy, 88 Killingsworth.
Portsmouth Phar, 720 Lombard St.
Portland Candy Kitchen, 245 Morrison St.
Joseph Peterson, 1256 Hawthorne Ave.
Couch Pharmacy, 817 Mississippi Ave.
Powell-St, Phar, 20th and Powell Sts.
A. H. Pennish, Whitwood Ct.
L. Pappas, 380 Morrison St.
Pangborn Confectionery, 15th and E, B'w'y
The Perry Pharmacy, Milwaukie, Or.
D. W. Prinze, Sylvan, Or.
L. M. Quinn. 100 Main St, Lenta, Or.
Z. P. Richards, 189 N. 23d St.
W. C. Reed, 151 Broadway.
W. G. Ross, 2003 E. Glisan St,
Regla Pharmacy, 37th and Sandy Road.
Rose City Grocery, 272 Burnside St.
Jack Ryan, 771 Washington St.
F. G. Robinson, 778 Washington St,
Edwin A. Robinson, 23d and Wash. Sts.
Sam Rogers, 23d and Lovejoy
Nick Raptakis, 35 N. 6th St,
Richmond Pharmacy, 37th and Division.
B. F. Rollins, Gresham. Or.
Roeber Pharmacy, 1054 Corbett St.
Rose City Candy Kitchen. Vam. Pub. Mkt.
Swetland & Son, 271 Morrison St,
C. Sty. Milwaukee Sta.
Stipe Bros., Third and Davis Sts.
W. J. Smith, Union Ave. and Holladay.
Standard Pharmacy, 169 N. 21st St.
Sunnyside Delicatessen, 1090 Belmont
Scoffin's Chocolate Shop, 314 Wash.
J. D. Shipp, 275 Fifth St.
Spalding Drug Co, 17th and Washington.
C. F. Soesbe, 46 E. 28th St, N.
The Sugar Bowl, 678 E. Broadway.
The Silver Bow, 828 Belmont St.
W. Shanahan, 1187 Milwaukie St,
Wilgus D. Smith. 43 N. 6th St.
F. Schols, 215 Third St.
Sellwood Pharmacy, 1631 E. 13th St.
E. L. Steinhoff, 53 E. Glisan St.
C. Sty, Milwaukie Station.
Thomas Pharmacy, 4 2d and Gladstone.
W. L. Townsend, 386 Hawthorne Ave.
University Drug Co, University Park.
J. T. Undseth. 112 N. 21st St,
Vaughn Bros, 112 N. Third St,
E. L. Williamson, 523 E. 26th St.
A. Williams, 6146 Foster Road
Waverley Pharmacy, 26th and Clinton.
Washington Pharmacy, 15th and Glisan.
Woodard, Clarke & Co, W. Park & Aldei
Fred G. Ward, 528 Williams Ave.
Wasser Drug Store, Peninsula Station.
A. G. Woolworth. 1161 E. 13th St,
G. J. Welte, 230 Alder St.
C. Walker, 164 Second St.
Waltman & Thompson, 1213 Division.
Wall's Sweet Shop, 293 Morrison St,
L. Welsch, 777 Mississippi Ave. .
J. G. Wagner, 960 Thurman St.
Walnut Park Phar, 1043 Williams Ave.
Geo. T. Wells, 560 E. Alder St,
C. B. Williams, 1150 Union Ave. N.
NOTE ItottlonK ('inpanlrs Wasted
Bottling; Conpulfi Wanted for Itlatrlbutors ta Ontnlde Tootbs.
or at C'elro-Cola Co.. Main 211 and A 6004.
for rltrlbntor la Outalde Tawas.