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TTTT: MOTtXTXG OKEOONTAX. WEDNTSDAT. tTTTTiT 14. 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Mala TOTO. A 6095
City Editor Main 7070. A 605
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 6005
Advertising department . .Main 7070. A 6095
City Circulation Main 7070. A 605
Composing-room. ........ .Main 7070. A 6095
Prlntins-room Main 7i70. A etrOJ
Superintendent Building . . . Main 7u70. A 064
HEIL.IG (Broadway, at Taylor) Mrs. Fat
,rick Campbell A "Pygmalion." Tonlgnt
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Varied amuse
ment, concert band and vaudeville.
BASEBALL, Recreation Park. Twenty
fourth and Vaughn streets, San Francisco
vs. Portland, 2 P. M.
PANT AGES (Alder and Broadway) Per
formances 2:30, 7:30 and 9:30 P. M.
EMPRESS (Broadway and Stark) Per-
Xormances 2:30. 7:30 and 8:15 P. M.
Motion Picture Theaters.
OEPHEUM Broadway and Yamhill.
NATIONAL Park, Weit Park, near Wash
ington. PEOPLES West Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Broadway and Wash
OREGONTAN9 AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following agents,
at your Summer resort, to secure the
most prompt delivery of The Ore
gonian. City ites. Subscriptions by
mall are payable In advance:
Bar View E. F. Jackson
Bay City. Or.... K. P. Marcher
Bay Oceaa W. S. Johnson
Brighton, Or W. A. Row
Carson. Wash Carl B. Smith
Mineral Springs Hotel
Columbia Beach ..................
Mrs. N. K. Burkhead
Eeola. Or X W. Crone
Garibaldi D. C. Ellis
Gearhart. Or .Mrs. M. 8. Elliott
Long Beach i. H. Strauhal
Lake Lytic Frank Miller
Manhattan ............ Frank Miller
M....nii E. 3. Kardell
Megler, Or .Louis Cohen
Xahcotta. Wash i. H. Brown
Newport, Or O. F. Herron
Ocean Park D. E. Beechey
Ocean Lake Park....O. L. Comstock
Rockaway Beach. ...... .Frank Miller
Saltair ................ Frank Miller
Seaside, Or Clark Strattoa
Seaview, Wash. ..................
Constable at Putnam
Twin Rocks ... Frank Miller
Tillamook. Or J. 8. Lamar
Wheeler. Or R. H. Cady
WUhoit Springs F. W. McLaren
Civil. War Veteran at Rest. Fu
neral cervices of Samuel C. Hornaday.
B. veteran of the Civil War, who
died suddenly at his home, 415 Falling
etreet, were conducted yesterday after
noon from 1026 Belmont street, and
the Interment was made In the Grand
Army of the Republic Cemetery. Rev.
Homer Cox, pastor of the Sunnyslde
Kriends Church, officiated at the home,
and the services were under the
auspices of Ben Butler Post, Grand
Army of the Republic, of which Mr.
jiornaday had been a member. Mr.
Hornaday was 78 years and 2 months
eld, and was a native of Ohio. He
enlisted in Company J. Eleventh Ohio
Volunteer Infantry, and served two
years and nine months, having been
in a number of Important battles. He
is survived by a widow and two sons.
the latter being Ralph and I J.
Hornaday, of Portland.
Street Extension Is Planned. The
Council has started proceedings to lay
out and establish East Taylor street
in Tabor Heights on the north side
of Mount Tabor by taking over and
making a street of a short county
road. No. 54o, in order to give the
city entrance to the park on a street
owned and controlled by tne city.
This short county road connects with
the main entrance to the park from
the north side, and it had never been
made a city street and could not be
imjproved. The change from a county
road to a city street necessitates no
appropriation of private property, and
there will be no assessments lor Den
efits and damages. It will be possible
to improve that part of East Taylor
street connecting with Mount Tabor
Park boulevard system with the other
paved streets in Tabor Heights.
Principal Moves to Gresham. Prin
cipal Elmer E. Goodwin, elected to
take charge of Union High School
No. 2, at Gresham. next September,
has moved into a cottage at Gresham
with his family, preparatory to en
tering on his duties. Mr. Goodwin
comes from Brownsville. Or., where he
was principal of the school there for
several years. He moves to Gresham
early to get into touch with his new
work and where he can consult with
the directors of the union district.
The new high school building and
gymnasium at Gresham are completed
and will be occupied for the first time
with the opening of the term next
September. About 150 students are
expected from the five districts rep
Indian Relics in School. The col
lection of Indian relics and minerals
donated to the Brooklyn School by
Drs. D. and C. H. Raffety, has been
placed in the cases prepared for the
in the assembly hall of that building
under the supervision of Dr. D. Raf
fety. Fifteen cases were built by the
boys of the manual training depart
ment, and the collection fills ud all
Dr. D. Raffety will classify and mark
each specimen. This work will not be
finished before the opening of school
this FalL The collection of Indian
specimens is considered one of the
most complete in the state.
East Lincoln "Work Asked. A neti
tion Is being circulated at Mount
Tabor for the improvement of East
Lincoln street between East Sixtieth
and East Fifteenth streets. For some
time the property owners have been
trying to get the street improved. It
connects with one of the main en
trances to Mount Tabor Park, and i
the only unimproved street in that
Roelofson Family to Meet. The
ninth annual reunion of the Roelofson
descendants will be held in the Masonic
Temple Hall, at Seaside. Or.. Sunday.
The descendants of Lawrence and Marv
Roelofson and their families have
been invited. John L. Johnson, of
woodburn, is president; Mrs. A. S.
Duniway. first vice-president, and
-AiDerr scnniaer, secretary.
Good Things to Eat. Keep your
appetite good by eating lunch here
every day. Delicious and tempting,
only 25 cents. Also Chinese delicacies
New Republic Grille. 347 H Morrison
street, between Broadway and Park
streets, upstairs. Adv.
Furnished Home "Wanted. Septem
ber to March, inclusive: West Side pre
ferred; party thoroughly responsible,
small family; house must be modern,
with attractive grounds and complete
ly and handsomely furnished. Address
L 930. Oregonian. Adv.
State of Washington. Daily round
trip. The Dalles and way landings.
Leaves Taylor-street dock 11 P. M.
Leaves Dalles daily except Monday, 12
M. Tel. Main 613. Adv.
Summer Dancino Tonight, Cotillion
Hall. Fourteenth, off Washington. Free
Instruction and exhibition of latest
Retail, store location for rent.
Reasonable rate. Heart of business
district. S 890. Oregonian. Adv.
Hatnes old - fashioned salt - rising
bread is delicious. Ask your grocer.
Printed Stationery, Books, Catalogs.
F. W. BaJtes & Co.. Main 186. A 1166. Adv.
Delightful week-end trip, Ehlpherds
p risers, Carson. Wash. Adv.
Wisconsin Picnic Tomorrow. Mem- f
bers of the Wisconsin Society will
hold their annual picnic at the Oaks
tomorrow afternoon and evening. All
visiting Badgers and former Badgers
are invited to take part in the days
doings, whether they belong to the
society or not. Members of the Uni
versity of Wisconsin band, now in
Portland, will be guests of honor at
the picnic The entertainment will
begin at the Oaks at 2 o"clock. Fol
lowing dinner on the grounds, there
will be a programme in the evening, at
which the principal speaker will be
Richard Sleight, attorney. Sanfleld
Macdonald is chairman of the commit
tee, and he has been hustllne for aev
eral days to make the picnic the best
the Wisconsin Society haa ever held.
Legacy Waiting for Earl Kino.
Efforts are being made by friends In
Ash Creek. S. D., to learn the where
abouts of Earl King, who is thought
to be living in Portland. A letter re
ceived in this city announces that his
father has died and left him consid-
CTVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER
W rm 11 Si "i
A. E. Clark.
Because of lack of time. A. E.
Clark yesterday announced to
Mayor Albee his retirement from
the Municipal Civil Service Board
to take effect at once. Mr. Clark's
term expired July 1. and Mayor
Albee urged him to accept the
reappointment. Mr. Clark re
fused to accept, declaring that
the position requires more time
than he can give.
Mayor Albee failed to indicate
yesterday whom he will select as
a successor to Mr. Clark. An
appointment probably will be
made within a day or two.
erable property. T. J. Smith, of Ash
Creek, who has written to Portland
in an attempt to find Mr. King, says
that he is living with a Mr. Chastene
in Portland or in some other part of
Board Examines Chiropractors. The
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners
began their examination sessions yes
terday morning at the Y. M. C. A
There are about 125 applicants to De
examined in Portland and vicinity.
Yesterday was devoted to those liv
ing outside of Portland. This morn
ing at 9 o'clock the examinations for
those who. live in Portland will begin.
The examination results probably will
be available by Thursday, according to
A. B. Calder, secretary of the board.
Kenilworth Church Picnic Satur
day. The annual picnic of Kenilworth
Presbyterian Church will be held at
Sellwood Park on Saturday. A special
car will go direct to the grounds. Mrs.
Luella Cowan is chairman of the ui
ner committee. Rev. L. K. Richardson
is head of the games committee.
Wheelbarrow, needle, peanut and frog
races will be features. A tug of war
and an acrobatic contest will be held.
Mr. Richardson and A. E. Davidson will
run a race of 100 yards.
Minister to Leave! for Convention.
Rev. George Darsle and Mrs. Darsie
will leave tomorrow for Los Angeles
to attend the National convention of
the Displcles of Christ (Christian
Churches). Dr. Darsie, who is the
pastor of the First Church of this city,
will be one of the principal speakers
on Monday at the great gathering,
which will be attended by about 5000
delegates. "The Increasing Christ"
will bo the topic of Dr. Darsie's ad
dress. City to Reject Claim. A claim
made by E. W. Hawkins, of 7003
Forty-fourth avenue Southeast, against
the city for 812,000 for injuries re
ceived in falling on a defective side
walk at East Twenty-sixth and East
Alder streets last Winter, will be re
jected by the City Council this morning.
Commissioner Dieck has investigated
the case and reports that the city was
in no way responsible for the accident.
Reed College Woman Chosen. Mar
garet D. Creech, of Reed College, has
been appointed to handle a survey of
the charitable organizations of the city
for the Chamber of Commerce. The
purpose of this survey will be to ascer
tain the points of duplication in the
work of various organizations and to
produce more effective methods of han
dling charitable work.
Druo-Users Rob Doctors" Offices.
Thieves are said to have now resorted
to robbing the offices of physicians in
order to secure drugs. The latest rob
bery of this kind ocurred Saturday
night at the office of Dr. S. M. Gil
bert, 516 Broadway building. A quan
tity of surgical instruments were re
moved, but the robbers failed to dis
cover any drugs.
Forestry Man Underdoes Operation.
Willard D. Johnson, 170 Eleventh
street, topographer of the Government
Forest Service, was operated on for
appendicitis at the St. Vincent's Hos
pital yesterday morning at 11 o'clock.
He was reported to be resting well
last night, and a rapid recovery is
anticipated. The operation was per
formed by Dr. R. E. Watkins.
Five Divorce Suits Filed. Divorce
suits were filed yesterday in County
Clerk Coffey's office as follows: Delia
Hoppe against W. M. Hoppe, cruelty:
Bessie Grossman against James Gross
man, desertion; E. L. Cloose against
Edna Cloose. desertion: Addie M. Web
fter against W. M. Webster, cruelty;
Helen Loraine Bihn against Oliver
James Bihn, cruelty.
Mausoleum Question Up Today.
Whether or not owners of property at
East Fourteenth and Duke streets are
to be permitted to erect a mausoleum
will be de&ided by the City Council
this morning, when protests filed by
some residents of that district are
passed upon. The objectors desire to
have the Council refuse to issue a per
mit for the building. '
Saloon Employe Arrested for Theft.
Steve Benson, "swamper" in the
White Star saloon. 90 Third street, was
served with a warrant yesterday morn
ing charging him with larceny by
bailee. E. Swanson, proprietor of the
Baloon. charged that he gave Benson
850 in gold Monday to get changed
and that the man failed to return.
Luncheon Called Off. The lunch
eon wheh was to have taken place in
the Hotel Imperial for the women as
sisting the Shrlners' committee has
been called off, and In its place there
will be a business meeting at 1:30
o'clock Thursday in room 209, Hotel
Reserve July 20th for river trip to
Multnomah Falls by steamer Undine.
Round trip. 50 cents; 5 hours at Falls.
Summer Dancing Classes. Special
rates. Ringler's Academy. Latest
I society dances. Adv.
IDr. Courtland L. Booth haa re
HEWS WRITERS VISIT
Iowa Party Invades City, but
Chamber Pleasing Host.
PRESS AGENT IS HERO
Mark "Woodruff Learns Hint In Time
to Commandeer Autos and Take
Guests on Tour and Stay
Here Proves Interesting-.
The Chamber of Commerce, espe
cially represented by Mark Woodruff.
Its publicity man. turned what looked
like a defeat at 1:30 o'clock yesterday
intp a brilliant victory for the hospi
tality of Portland, in the entertainment
of a party of newspapermen and their
families from Iowa, who came into the
city in the morning.
"But, gosh, it did take fast foot
work," said "Mark," after it was all
H. Van Rensselear Chase, of New
York, who waa in charge of the re
organization of the new Chamber a
few months ago. corresponded with
the Iowa party and invited It to come
to Portland, outlining at length the
reception at the depot and the auto
mobile trips that were in store when
it should arrive.
Then he went on his way. and the
Chamber of Commerce knew not of the
plans that he had made for the en
tertainment of the visitors.
"Mark" Reaewea Party at DrML
Monday afternoon Mark Woodruff
got a hint that the party was coming.
but from what direction and at what
time and for bow long were points
that he couldn't get cleared up. In
spite of much rushing about and tele
graphing. The visitors came In yesterday morn
ing. It was after 1 o'clock when the
glad tidings were broken to the re
ception department at the Chamber of
Mr. Woodruff grabbed a bundle of
Oregon almanacs under each arm and
hurried to tne depot to find the visitors.
They had been sitting around the de
pot all morning. twiddling their
thumbs and remembering the promises
of gorgeous entertainment that H. Van
Rensselear Chase had made. and
wondering whether they liked Port
land very much after all.
"Mark." like Julius Caesar in the
famed battle in Flanders, "did a great
many things at one time." the first
being to tret a telephone and com
mandeer all the automobile that were
available on short notice.
Thaader RessJads ef Hosne.
The party had barely started for a
sight-seeing trip when the thunder
storm broke upon them.
"Mark" was answering a question
about thunder by saying that he had
lived in Oregon seven years and had
only heard thunder twice.
Just then the first thunder clap of
yesterday s storm came.
"Now It is all off." groaned "Mark'
To hie surprise the women In the
automobile exclaimed with delight:
"That sounds just like home. Isn't
The autos whizzed around throush
the rain and the Iowans took in the
sights, and when they were back on
their train and it was pullina- out for
Tacoma, they waved their good-byes
and declared that it was one of the
pleasantest afternoons they had en
joyed during the trip.
Maar Papers Reereseated.
The personnel of the visiting party,
which is making the tour under the
auspices of the Star-Clipper, is:
Oeorre P. Collins, Cairington (X. D.)
Mae Collins. Chicago. III.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hay don. Lakefleld
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Boyd. Buffalo Cen
ter fla.) Tribune.
Mins Wlnntrred Endlcott. Daily Casette.
Cedar Rapids, la.
Oknn CT. Taylor. Spirit Lake (la.) Beacon.
Mlas Helen Kenny. Sibley. Is.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wig-nail. Toledo (Is.)
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown. Traer (la.)
Farm and Heal Kstate Journal.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. La do, Kelnbeck (la.)
Hurry E. Taylor, Dally Mlssonrtan. Colum
Mrs. KMa Parsons. Traer. Ia.
Mt. and Mr. K. K. Taylor and son. El
mer Taylor. fltar-Cllpner. Trarr. Ia.
A. W. McBrlde. Paulina (la.) Times.
Mrs. Mary MeRrlde. Traer. Ia.
Mlas Alice While. Mllford fla.) Mall.
BOSTON MAYOR VISITOR
JAMES CIKLBY SLIPS INTO PORT
LAND AND HURRIES A WAV.
Massachusetts Society Too nosy Pian
olas to Eatertaia Governor, so
Visit Ia Unheralded.
While the Chamber of Commerce was
preparing for the entertainment of
Governor Walsh, of Massachusetts,
who will be here in a few days, and
while two factions of the Massachu
setts Society were deep in a contro
versy over the plans for entertaining
the Governor, James M. Curley, Mayor
of Boston, slipped into Portland, passed
a day here and went on his way to
San Francisco, where he will visit the
Jasiea M. Carter. Iloston'a Deaao.
era tie Mayor. Whose Arrival la
Portland la Unheralded.
Panama-Pacific Exposition and attend
the dedication of the Massachusetts
Mayor Curley is a big. friendly,
quiet sort of a man. but he took no
steps to break his Incognito while here.
He and Mra Curley and their little
boy took a streetcar sightseeing trip,
went to some of the shows, and yester
day morning hired an automobile for a
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visit to the most attractive residence
eotlons of the city.
We hsve enjoyed every minute of
our visit here." said Mrs. Curley yes
terday afternoon, as she stood wlta
her husband waiting for a taxi to take
them to the Union Depot. "I think
i'ortland has soma of the most lovely
sights we have seen on our entire trip."
Mayor Curley echoed the sentiment
in his own words, and in response to a
query, said that he expected business
conditions to Improve steadily In the
country If nothing unforeseen hap
pened, and his tax I cab came before
the Interviewer could elicit his views
on the present state of International
So the interviewer stole awar and
called up the two factions of the Mas
sachusetts Society and asked them
sweetly what entertainment they had
arranged for Mayor Curley while lis
EARLY RESIDENT DEAD
MRS. T. T. STRIDIE r ASSES AT
HOMES IX PORTLAND.
Gradual Deellao for More Than Tear
Reaalta la Death of Wtmi Who
Resided la CHy Sine 1STX.
Mra. T. T. Struble, an early resident
of Portland, whose characters and ac
tivities have been Interwoven with the
clty'a development, died yesterday
morning at her residence. SO North
Twentieth street. She cam to Port
land with her husband and family In
18T2 from her native state. Ohio, and
resided here continuously until her
death. Always unassuminsr and prac
tical. Mrs. Struble seldom took part In
popular functions, the only exception
to this rule being her annual partici
pation as a committee worker in the
Orenon State Pioneer Reunion. For
more than a year past Mrs. Struble
suffered a aradual decline.
Mrs. Struble was born at Mount
Vernon, O.. April 8, 1S3T. Her parents
were Heneedlct and Abigail Randolph
Shipley, pioneers of Pennsylvania. She
was married September , H5S. In
Chestervllle. 0 to Thomas Teasdale
Struble. a native of Newton. N. J.
Mr. Struble died September S3. 10
He was a member of Garfield Post,
Grand Army of the Republic, and
I'ortland lodge of Masons.
Surviving Mrs. Struble are her four
sons. Walter Burr, Wallace Randolph,
George Kurle and Joseph Holt, resi
dents of this city: a brother, three sis
ters, seven grandsons, four grand
daughters, one great-grandson and
The funeral services will take place
from Holman's undertaking parlors to
morrow at 3 P. M and Interment will
be in Rlvervlew Cemetery.
TOWNS' EMPLOYES MUST GO
Retention of Firemen and Pollcrmcn
Permanently Held Impossible.
In no way can Portland retain the
fire and police employes of St Johns
and Llnnton. In the opinion of the
municipal service board. The board at
a meeting yesterday decided that It is
all right to employ the men for a
month or two to acquaint the new em
ployes with local conditions In the two
recently annexed towns.
It was thought at first it might be
done by a special civil service examina
tion. The city charter requires that
every person taking a civil service ex
amination shall have resided In Port
land at least one year prior to taking
the examination. This would dlsqusl
ify all the St. Johns and Llnnton em
ALLEGED FORGER IS HELD
Robert Robinson AValves Examlna
tlon and Rail Placed at $300.
Robert Robinson, who appeared be
fore Municipal Judge Stevenson yes
terday morning on a charge of for
gery, waived examination and was
held for the grand Jury. His ball was
Placed at $500. lie Is charged with
the foru-lng of five checks, totaling
about $30. bv E. J. Schefter. V
Robinson was arrested with Fred
Goldenberg and Frank Esparxa by
City Detectives Swennes and Moloney
Friday as an alleged member of a drug
ring formed to evade the Harrison acu
He was released by Federal authorl
ties Monday and the charge of forgery
was Immediately filed against him.
WILLIAM SHIPLEY IS DEAD
Hornier Portland Man Passes Away
Word was received yesterday of the
death at Oakland. Cal.. of William J
Shipley, formerly a well-known resi
dent of this city. Mr. Shipley, who
wss a Civil War veteran and a prom
Inent Oddfellow, moved to California
with his family a few years ago for
the benefit of his health, after iit
Ing much of his life In Portland.
He wss a skillful accountant and waa
connected with a number of mercantile
houses of this city In early days. Ills
death occurred last Sunday, and t!y
funeral was held at Oakland yesterday.
POSTER BAN PROPOSED!
Censorship Board Believes Theater
Advertising Needs Scanning.
Now comes censorship of theater
posters If the motion-picture censor
ship bosrd esn convince the Cltv Coun-
Imperial Hotel Grill
you gel good. nholesome. well-cooked food
that makes your appetite the willing servant of
your palate. Cood service, too.
ft f j
Lunch Nev Direct , Dinner -jj
11:30 to 2 Entrance to Crill 5:30 to 9 M
Hjj 40c, 50c From Broadway 50c. 75c 4:
Now and Here ' $30 Men's Suits
Is Your Opportunity Topcoats, now
to get a high-grade suit
at the price of a cheap
suit. Clothes possessing
all the character features
now being sacrificed in
our semi-annual clearance
Steinbach & Co
ell that It Is necessary. Arrangements
are being made to bring the problem
before the Council.
It Is said by members of the picture-
censorship board that lurid scenes, oft
en bsrred In the films or In some cases
not forming any part of the films, are
displayed on posters. The board. In a
communication sent yesterday to Mayor
Albee., "thinks It Is time something
waa being dona to censor these post-ers.-
Palrjr riant to lie Opened.
To dedicate a large and costly stock
and dairy barn which he baa Just com
pleted on his farm on bauvles Island.
P. A. Frakes. one of the pioneer farm
ers of this section, has arranged a bitt
-housewarmlng" for Friday. A special
river steamer, will leave the dork at
Front and Alder streets. In front of
Everdtng A Farrrll's store, at 2 o clock.
Invitations have been Isnued to several
hundred and Uovernor Wlthycombe haa
been Invited as a guest of honor.
The barn Is the largest on the island
and one of the most modern stock
barns In the country. Mr. Frakes has
arranged a dance and 111 serve a
luncheon. It Is expected there will
be 600 or (00 In attendance. The In
vitations Include the friends and fami
lies of rhnu w ho sre Invited.
People suffering from
sluggish kidneys usually
have other troubles
faulty digestion, impure
blood, gout, rheumatism,
poor eyesight or bladder
disorders. Tone up your
kidneys and your general
health will greatly im
has put thousand's of men and
women on their feet, has toned
up their kidneys, purified their
blood, improved their eyesicht
and digestion and corrected
Taken regularly, six to eif;ht
glasses a day, Buffalo Lithia
Springs Water will relieve the .
most stubborn cases. We have
on file thousands of letters ffom
people who have benefited from
drinking this remarkable water.
AH druggists sell it- Order a
crxso from yours today and be
gin taking- it. Keep it up for
a few months and you will be
delighted with the improve
ment in your health.
Our local distributor 1st
QCttVVAB PRINTING CO
2r2Ecl REENE-HARRY FISCHER
a5 STARK, STREET
of eating is Xeorlh thinking about.
Physically, none of us is better than
the fooJ nc eat. At the
The Store of 100 Per Cent Service.
$25 Men's Suits for
Men, Young Men .
S20 Men's & Young
Men's Suits ....
$2.00 Shirts now S1.45
Bathing Suits.. -S2.15
?3 Straw IIats..Sl.S3
CUS KUUN. Pre.
Digger Office, Digtrer Business, Better Methods, Better System,
More Patients, More Hygienic
Than Any Trust Dentist in Oregon
We examine your teeth (not your pocket book) Free of Charge
Part of every dollar you five a Trust Dentist goen to help keep up the Trust
in Oregon. Can you afford to pay $2 for 11 worth of old-style dentistry just
to help the dental combine crush competition?
Sixth and Washington St&, Portland, Or.
Loa Angeles. San Diego. San Francisco. Oakland. Bakrrsfield. Brooklyn. N. Y.
The Famous Historical
On Exhibition 6 A. M. to 12 Noon, July 15
From South Bend, Raymond, Centralia-Che-halis.
Yacolt, and all intermediate stations.
Ask the Local Agent of the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Tickets on pale July 11 and 15, with
return limit July 16.
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A., rortland.Or.
with a leak is one whose owner should carry
oftcnest to the bank. As a mender of fortunes
this strong state bank is a known surer.
The leaks are stopped immediately you open
a savings account here. Saving money, like
everything ele, is a habit. Cultivate it and
it will soon grow by itself. As an induce
ment for you to try. we offer the best se
curity for your money and
ATTRACTIVE INTEREST ON TIME DE
POSITS AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
Consult us today with One Dollar or more
Ladd &. Tilton Bank
Oldest in the Northwest
Washington and Third.
Boys Wash Suit, spe
Boys' Bathine Suits,
special at Sf
Boys' Norfolk Suits at Re
Prices Cut in Half
Than TRUST DENTISTS Charge
Open Day and Niht.
A-l Fir; Oak 17.23, Ash $6.23 C.O.D.
SEGIIER'S WOOD CO.
ISth and Vaughn, llaia C35D, A 2415,