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TTTE MOIWiTNO OREGOXIAX. ritlDAT. JULY 1G, 1915.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 7070. A 60U5
Vlty Editor Main 7070. A 6095
bunday Editor Main 7070. A BOSS
dv"'l department . . .Main 7070. A Bo'Jl
S;lty Circulation Main 7070. A BOUi
Composing-room Main 7070. A eoo
printing-room Main 7070. A H0
superintendent Building ...Main 7070. A ttOUO
HEILIQ (Broadway, at Taylor) Mr. Pat
rick Campbell Ji "Pygmalion." Xonlgnt
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Varied amuse
ments, concert band and vaudeville.
BASEBALL Recreation Park. Twenty
lourth and Vaughn street, ban Franciaco
. Portland. 2 F. M-
PANTAGES (Xlder and Broadway) Per-
i forinancea 2:30. 7:30 and 0:30 P. M.
EMPRESS (Broadway and Stark) Per
formances 2:30. 7:30 and 0:15 P. M.
Motion Picture Theater.
ORPHEUM Broadway and Yamhill.
KATIONAL Park. Wt Park, near Wash
ington. PEOPLES West Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Broadway and Washington.
OREGOXIAXS AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following agents,
at your Summer resort, to secure the
most prompt delivery of The Ore
gonlan. City ites. Subscriptions by
mall are paysble In advance:
Bar VSw E. F. Jackson
Bay City, Or E. P. Marcher
Bay Ocean W. 8. Johnson
Brighton, Or TO. A. Row
Carson, TOaah Carl B. Smith
Mineral Springs Hotel
.........Mrs. . E. Burkhead
Ecola, Or L. W. Cross
Garibaldi i D. C. EUla
Gearhart, Or Mrs. M- 8. Elliott
Lons; Beach J. H. Strauhal
Lake Lytle Frank Miller
Manhattan Frank Miller
Manzanlta . J. Kardell
Megler, Cr ......Louis Cohen
Kahcotta. Wash J. H. Brown
Newport, Or. .......... .O. F. Herron
Ocean Park D. E. Beechey
Ocean Lake Park O. I. Comstock
Rockaway Beacb. ....... Frank MiUer
Saltair Frank Miller
Seaside, Or Clark Stratum
Twin Rocks Frank Miller
Tillamook, Or J. 8. Lamar
Wheeler, Or li. H. Cady
Wllhoit Springs F. W. McLaren
Advertisements intended for City News
In Brief columns In Sunday's issue must be
handed in The Oregonlan business office by
B o'clock Saturday evening.
IN WAYS, BUT BUSY
Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Now in "Pygmalion at Heilig, Brilliant Conver
sationalist, and Interested in Masses, 'Whom She Defends.
Street Work Being Done. -Cochran-Cuttintr
Company is pushin;
the improvement of the East Seventy-
tirst-street district in Tabor Heights.
' his district ineludes East Seventy-first
street, between East Taylor and East
Stark streets: East Yamhill from East
Sixtv-ninth to East Seventy-first, and
East Alder street from East Seventy
first street to Ramsey Addition, the
total cost being J13.824. Crading has
been completed and the hard-surface
will be laid. This improvement is
classed as a concrete pavement to be
maintained lor a period of ten years
bv the city. The Brooke-street dis
trict is north of East Stark street and
the contract has Just been let. It takes
in portions of Brooke, East Stark, East
Sixty-eighth and East Sixty-ninth
streets. The cost will be about $14,300.
Sellwood Wants Fountains. Sell
'rood's Board of Trade is asking the
Council to install fountains at the in
tersection of Umatilla avenue and East
Thirteenth street and Spokane avenue
and East Seventeenth street, or the
old Milwaukie road, the latter to be
lor horses as well as men, as it would
be convenient to people driving to and
from the Sellwood ferry. J. F. Farn
ham has offered to place a fountain in
Sellwood at a convenient point at his
own expense provided the city will
provide the water. The Council has
been asked to meet the conditions of
Mr. Farnham's offer.
Bilj.posters to Picnic. The Inter
national Alliance of Billers and Bill
posters' Union, Local No. 67. will give
a picnic at Crystal Lake Park, Sunday,
for all members and their families and
theater attaches of the city and sur
rounding community. There will be
bowling, dancing and a special vaude
ville programme as well as sports of
all kinds, including a baseball game.
It is the second annual picnic and it is
expected that 1500 will attend. J. F.
Canfield and E. C. Bowen are in charge
of the arrangements. Streetcars for
Crystal Lake Park will leave First and
Alder frequently during the day.
woman loses Purse. To move
BS. PATRICK CAMPBELL is pa-
rician to her finger-tips. But
he is also wholesomely demo
cratic in her philosophy and social conventions.
If you are successful in finding her
at a time when she has one lonely min
ute to spare, you will find her a bril
liant conversationalist, with a wit no
less keen than George Bernard Shaw's
and a sense of humor just as subtle.
I know it seems almost vulgar to
appear so busy especially in my pro
fession but I Just haven t had a min
ute even to be conceited," she explained
yesterday by way of an apology for
having to be pursued diligently for an
hour and a half between the theater
and her hotel and back again before
she was cornered. "It's too bad. I'm
sorry, but I'll try not to be morose
about it. W hat is there about Mr.
Shaw I can tell you that will be inter
Every Moment la Occupied.
And raising her well-shaped hand as
if to "shoo" away the proposal that it
was about Mrs. Campbell and not Mr.
Shaw that the public would learn, she
"Don't tell me you want to talk about
me. I know it s Pygmalion and Mr.
Shaw's philosophy. Dear me, I'm reek
ing with it. I guess."
And before you know it, Mrs. Camp
bell has fairly flitted 20 steps away to
give an instruction to a business man
ager. or an assistant to the stage di
rector; to ask someone to get her a bit
of change or to do some one of the
many little things she has to do in the
course of a day and night besides play
Liza Doolittle in "Pygmalion."
Mrs. Campbell is the head and shoul
ders and the body and feet of her bust
ness organization. Besides that she
also thinks for herself and the future.
and if an interview Is edged into the
day's routine it is given most willingly
Others Met on Equal FootlnK.
But it also reveals, perhaps, the se
cret of George Bernard Shaw's choice
when he selected Mrs. Campbell to in
terpret his highly literary "Pygmalion."
which Is on at the Heilig this week.
For a human understanding of things.
and for a woman who has become the
wife of the aristocratic George Corn-
wallis-West, a personal friend of the
King and crowned heads of Europe, she
is almost disappointingly affable.
Mrs. Campbell, to prove the point.
shakes hands with you somewhere
down about the waistline. You don't
have to star-gaze to greet her, and it's
American handclasp. Furthermore,
she's not affected; she will reason
rather than argue with you, and she
will "give in."
She did all this yesterday during the
discussion of a business proposition
which vitally concerned her. But it all
went to explain why Mrs. Campbell
was chosen by Mr. Shaw when he wrote
the play especially for her. She has
such a human understanding of things.
Mr. Shan's Work for Maura.
If you must know what I think of
Mr. Shaw, aside from my admiration of
1 o a n
I n 1
Mra. Patrltc Campbell, Dlatlnsulahrd
Actreaa. Wli la at the HelUn Tain
Week In O. Bernard Sbma Play
'I'j Kiua 1 Ion."
We are prepared to
make first -mortgage
loans on im
senting the U. S.
Mortgage & Trust
Co. of New York,
for the State of
bis genius and the work his technic
causes it ia this." Mrs. Campbell went on
to say about the time you wanted to
ask her what she was going to do next
season, or how she liked Portland, etc..
"I think Mr. Shaw is for the masses, and
not for the ultra-intellectual, as some
people suppose. Mr. Shaw's literary
ability Is art and that Is why. Is
painter who can paint a fine picture to
be appreciated only by those who reed
their eyes on fine paintings always:
Or is a masterpiece of music any the
less appreciated by the masses because
it is a rare composition? No. it Is be
cause Mr. Shaw writes 'of the people,
for the people' and I am almost
tempted to say 'by the people' that
makes him a literary artist and master
Whoever says Mr. Shaw writes "over
the head." so to speak, of the masses
hasn't Mrs. Campbell's sympathy.
Love of Art Work Inspiration
"We're all the masses." she retorts
politely. "1 went down into the dres
of Covent Garden to study Eliza Doo
little and I found down there a grlp
pingly human understanding of Mr.
Shaw. Some of the people down there
1 mean the so-called masses learn
as much from one book or play of
Shaw's as some of us others who have
time and opportunity to read him
through and through have. They learn
to do on less of the material luxuries
of life, and they also learn by the same
processes to do on less of the intellec
tual, but their understanding is hardly
l the less keen In proportion."
irat Ml ilUSTILll.
for the exact
date of our re-
otiI to 131-
133 Sixth St,
Now Is the Time to Buy!
Note these examples of the bargains, then
remember that everything is now reduced
Removal Sale sS'
of Jewelry s 1 r
Continues Watch !
!i jor a onorr
j Time Only NA
Q 930.OO I.I (I I OK SET
l H now. each
Bottle anal Ma ;!
beat ajrasle silver Oswalt.
FAMOl rillMt: CLOCK
rOlR-riKCU TKl SKT
IHt rwrailrra, best
of the meetings, delivered the opening
address and conducted the meeting.
Rev. C. W. Ruth, of Indianapolis, waa
present. Rev. Charles Stalker, of Co
lumbus, O., arrived last night, to take
The meetings will continue through
July 26. The order of exercises is as
follows: Bible meeting. 9 A. M. :
preaching services, 11 A. M.: 2:30 and
8 P. M. ; men's meeting. 1:30 P. M.;
women's meeting, 1:30 P. M. Chil
dren's meetings will be provided for.
Moose Go to Convention. Judge
Robert G. Morrow, as chairman of tho
judiciary committee, and Bert E.
Youmans. representing the state, left
yesterday for San Diego to attend the
convention of the Loyal Order ot
Moose to be held in that city beginning
Monday, July 19. They sailed on the
Great Northern. Both men are active
in fraternal circles. Judge Morrow
being past supreme representative and
Mr. Youmans state deputy dictator of
the order that they will represent at
San Diego. They were preceded by
Andy Weinberger, supreme representa
tive from Portland Lodge Xo. 291.
Church Recitil Announced.
Carl Lindegren, a baritone of New 1
York, a protege of Herbert Wither-
spoon, grand opera star of the Metro
politan Opera Company, of New York,
arrived in Portland yesterday on a
pleasure trip. It was announced last
night that Mr. Lirvdeeren. who is a
personal friend of Rev. J. Richard
Olson, will give a benefit concert and
recital Friday night. July 23, at the 1m-
manuel Lutheran Church. Mr. Linde
gren is at the head of the musical de
partment of the Michigan State Normal
Ex-Portlander Is Dead. George W.
Phelps, a former resident of this citv.
died at Los Angeles July 8. 1915. at
the age of 65 years. Mr. Phelps went
to California several years ago, going
from there to Guatemala, where he was
engaged in the railroad business.
During the late '90s Mr. Phelps was
connected with the Tucson branch of
the feouthern Pacific, and after leaving
the railroad was engaged In other oc-
MORE FLOORS IN USE
Part of New Meier & Frank
Building Ready for Trade.
COMMUNITY BODY FORMED
Association to Work for Develop
ment of Peninsula District.
Preliminary organization of a com
munity association was effected
Wednesday night at a meeting at
Portsmouth to co-operate with the
people of St. Johns and other sections
in the development of the Peninsula
district. C. A. Dotson, who presided
as temporary chairman, outlined the
needs of the Peninsula and what is de
sired to undertake. Mr. Dotson said
concerted action is sought to secure
swimming pool in Columbia Park, fire
protection, police protection and other
R. O. Backman. G. Love and J. J.
Stephens were appointed committee
on permanent organization, to report
back a constitution and bylaws at
meeting to be held next Wednesday
ALL SPACE EMPLOYED
ftlnQ inna In i n ir. T. 1 I .
r , survives rv a. winnw nf
udgdge liici:ks ol tier
eo lose the
sister's trunks, still at the depot, and
with that to lose the keys to those
trunks, and all the spare change she
had, was the unhappy fate that pur
sued Miss Pearl Miller, who lives with
Mrs. Charles Chandler. 843 Seventh
street North. Wednesday. Miss Miller
lost her purse containing $11.30 and all
these things somewhere on the East
Side and diligent search failed to find
them. She would be grateful if some
one would return them, if found.
Car Victim Asks $25.200. A. B
Company for injuries received when
streetcar collided with
fire engine. Th
21. 1915. at Ea
was fractured. The City of Portland
had just bought the engine subject to
approval, and he was demonstrating
vnat it could do.
Rev. Samuel Worcester Retained.
Eev. Samuel W orcester, of California.
who has been supplying the pulpit o
the New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian)
society, of Portland, for the past six
months, was retained as pastor by
vote taken a meeting of the members
of the Portland Society at the home of
Charles Cottel. the president. Tnemiav
Horse Bites Man's Face. William
Mouhe, aged 65 years. of the Ohio
Hotel, lost nearly a, square Inch from
his lower lip yesterday afternoon.
when he was bitten by a horse at First
and Oak streets. He was caressing the
animal, wnen it suddenly snapped at
him. He was taken to the Emergency
Hospital and later removed to Good
bamaritan. The horse was owned by
tne i nomas liray Transfer Company.
tourist Auto Hits Man. N. L.
ijpper. a tourist on his way from Se
attle to San Francisco, reported to the
man Q t Ftrot 1
motordriven e "Jred man. Logan Mitche. was
-AK VICTIM ASKS 23,ZUU. A. ti. ' LJ " .
lughes. demonstrator of tire apparatus. " to Sa.n F:ancl8,co rePrtf?
esterday filed suit for 25.200 against eJ""ai'' tnat hl
he Portland Railway, Light & Power mob,le had knocked down and
ljuries received when a h" , ' , ,
., ,i.i. . j. The injured man. Logan Mite
e accident occurred May h" tto,ltth c1me.r'FencIy hospital,
ast Twenty-eighth and 5','" C S hJ"lc,?n wton p
ts. Mr. Hughes' skull h"T "0t inJured seriously.
SALESMEN'S CLUB TO DlNE. The
semimonthly meeting of the Portland
Salesmen's Club will be, held tonight at
the Oaks, where dinner will be served
at 6:30 on the veranda of the restau
rant. All members are urged to attend
ana oring a iriena.
ALLEGED THREAT CAUSES ARREST.
Henry Gosa, East Eighty-second street
ana t-owell valley road, was arrested
py jeiextives trice and Mallet yester
day ior an alleged threat to kill Mrs.
uosa and burn the Gosa home. The
night. Rev. Mr. Worcester's work was man was held under $500 bail.
reported satisfactory to the society.
Grocers Picnic Jolt 28. The an
nual picnic of the Retail Grocers' As
sociation will be held at Bonneville,
Wednesday, July 28, instead of Thurs
day, July 29, as previously announced.
A.11 city salesmen are promoting the
picnic plans and a large attendance is
expected. As in years past the grocery
Biyrca Liiruuguout tne city
closed on that day.
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
sjo, oregonlan Adv.
Mr. West Speaks Tonight. Ex
Governor West will be the principal
speaker at the -meeting of the Jackson
Club tonight at the Central Library in
You can't afford to miss hearing
'Rev. O. S. Baum, Sunday at Calvary
Presbyterian Church, Eleventh and
ruKXAiL store location Tor rent.
Reasonable rate. Heart of business
district, a 880. Oregonlan. Adv.
Summer Dancino Classes. Special
rtes. Ringler's Academy. Latest
Vociety dances. Adv.
Best Printing Service at lowest rates.
ZF. W. Baltes & Co. Main 165. A 1165. Adv.
Dr. J. D. DraicK, eyesight specialist.
sixth lloor Belling building. Adv.
AHAVAI SHOLOM SERVICES ARRANGED.
Services will be held at Cone-roe-.
tion Ahavai Sholom, Park and Clay
Bireeia, lontgnc ai o'clock and tomor
row morning at 9:30. Rabbi R. Abra
namson wiii onriclate.
State oic Washington. Daily round-
trip, j. he Dalles and way landings.
Leaves Taylor-street dock 11 P. M.
will be Leaves Dalles daily except Monday. 12
-jo. xei. juajn old. Aav.
Dr. Courtland L. Booth has
Dr. Arthur S. Rosenfeld has returned
CHURCH CAMP PROTESTED
Xearby Residents Complain of Solse
at Apostolic Faith Meeting.
A petition that the Apostolic Faith
campmeeting near Lombard street an
.fatton avenue be suppressed on ac
count of the noise the audience makes
at night was delivered to the police
Wednesday by 19 residents of the vicin
ity of the encampment. The petitioners
also object to the dry grass and brus
which have been cut to make roads on
In response to the petition. Patrol
man Arnold, according to his report.
visited the leaders of the revival and
requested them to make less noise at
Simple but Kleprant Furniture, Great
Windows and Hfficient Lighting
System and Well-Stocked
Shelves Are Discovered.
Two more floors of the new Meier &
Frank store have been opened to the
On the second floor, where the yard
age goods have been assembled. the
first impression gained Is that of a
great amount of space well utilized.
The cares and counters -have been
uniquely arranged. The ailes are
broad and long, the room more than
ample and the light and ventilation un
usual. The fittings are simrle. al
though elegant, being entirely of ma
The sroe department, which will be
one of the big features of the new
store, occupies the third floor. Every
requirement necessary for the proper
display or footwear has been studious
ly supplied. The shopper may gain
an adequate foretaste of the comfort
that will characterize the entire Etore
by visiting these two new departments.
xne possibility of congestion of
crowds has been eliminated by the in
stallation of elevators and escalators.
14 of which will soon be running to
the fourth floor. The escalators are
already running and have proved a
delight to thousands of visitors.
The most thorough care has been
given the heating and the lighting of
the new building. The air 1U be
washed and cooled In Summer and
washed and heated in Winter. There
a multiplicity of windows that ad
mit a maximum amount of daylight
ana tns electric nttings linht th
building in a most efficient manner.
As the different floors are finished
they will be thrown open to the pub
lie and in this way the patrons of
Portland s newest store will be thor
oughly familiar with every department
by the time the building is entirely
CARD OK THA.XKS.
I w.lsh to thank the Confederate Vet
erans for their kind and brotherly love
shown my late husband, and lor assist
aiices; also Col"rel Garrigus. Dr. J. II
Hickman. Dr. Wells. Mr. Joplln and
others for their service aa pHllhearera.
MRS. 11. C. M VERS.
Adv. 148 East Thirty-third street.
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to sincerely thank our kind
neighbors and friends for their kind
neKst and beautiful iiorai ofieruigs our-
Ins- the Illness and death or our beloved
wife and mother. STARK INflllRAM
Adv. AND FAMILY.
Sterllaa; Mirer rerfaaa.
erm. Yaaltlea. CD.
best silver plate... ifJ
ts Tea Tra y, mahogany f
trimmed, mirror back iV-t"
IS Cieal'a terllaa: Mlifr Tallet
Set. (oar plvces clothes brush.
two military b
comb on aale
Jaeger Bros. Special
This watch ts famous as a time
pieve. being a It-Jewel adjusted
movement, email 'fixes, semi-thin
gold-filled .'I'-vnr case. It is
the equal of any tl-0 walcli In
appearance. fKE IT NOW.
I.a.le Kla Kstrsre. T.llet Set.
regular 115 comb, brush
and mirror sterling....
BIO Sterllaar II
I asbrellaa on sale no
now $6.50 H
rKCIAL Jaesrr Bras.' Fine
QaalKr Mlver Iallb lu(.
Ulrt nils at Mvaejr. tr fx
Hack 1 Mara a tec, aaw .
brushes, Q frt
now for OOsiJVF
T A 17170 DDAQ 266 Morrison St
JV3iLlX OlXvJO. Bet. Third and Fourth
WE CLOSE AT 6 P. M. SATURDAYS DURING JULY AND AUGUST
Best None Too Good
Tour eyes de
serve the best
able. Don't al
low aome Jewel
ry s a I esman or
w a t rhniaker to
f I t you with
glasses. Our ex
ncttn tif ic, our
ly correct your
vision, and our
prices are rea
sonable. Let us care
for your eyes.
We will make your our friend.
Wheeler Optical f,o.
Fifth Floar. Oregon la BulldiaK.
ICCHWAB PRINTING CO
J BEN F.GREENE-HARRY FISCHER
34-5i STARK STREET
196 WATER PERMITS GIVEN
State Knglnocr Estimates Total Cost
of Improvements at $734,000.
SALEM. OR, July 15. (Special.)
State Engineer Lewis announced today
that permits to appropriate water for
the ouarter. ending" June 30, totaled
lit, nine of which provide for storage
reservoirs. The estimated cost of all
tho proposed development Is $7S4.000.
acreage for irrigation Is 21,164, and
horsepower 4254. Permits for Impor
tant projects were as followa:
August Julgnard. for development
of 2273 horsepower with water from
Hood River, at approximated cost of
1300.000; Rogue River District Improve
ment Company, to appropriate water
from Rome River for Irrigation of
Saturday, July 1 7
OREGON-WASHINGTON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
(Union Pacific System)
will leave Ash-Street Dock 1 P. M. Thereafter, daily
except Saturday and Sunday 8:30 A. M., Saturdays
1 P. M., for
Steamer T. J. POTTKIt leaves dally,
except Saturday. Sunday and Mondav,
9 P. M. : Saturduvs onlv. lrt I. M. For
NORTH RKK'II. IIAItVKST Q1KKV
leave daily, except Sunday, S P. M.. lor
Astoria and Intermediate points.
Tickets, information, etc.,
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Washington at Third SU,
Broadway 4500 A-6121
Make all reservations at Cltv Ticket
Office before 5:30 P. M. After that
hour at Ash-street duck.
IMPORTANT: We have advice that a much
larger number of Shriner than expected
will come in on the regular trains Sat
urday. Therefore all Nobles who are on
the Friday reception committee will
kindly report to Noble Leslie S. Parker,
Headquarters Secretary, at the Imperial
Hotel, so fhat he can assign you to re
ceptioh work at one of the hotels. Part
of the members will serve in the morn
ing and part in the afternoon. All
Nobles who are not on committees will
report on Friday and Saturday. Wear
W. J. HOFMANN, Chairman Entertainmert Com.
$1,665,000 SUIT IS FILED
Development 'of Deschutes Power
Project Is Made Issue.
A suit to recover $1,665,000 was filed
In County Clerk Coffey's office yester
day by C. D. Charles, who alleges that
he would have made that amount If
a Deschutes power project In which
he was interested had not failed.
The defendants are the Oregon Trunk
Railway, the Oregon Gold Prospecting
& Promoting Company, W. M. Cake, J.
P. Newell. Homer I. Keeney, Mark W.
Gill, B. O. Woods. Walter H. Graven,
John Annand. J. O. Hoyt and M. J.
Mr. Charles says in his complaint
that 300,000 horsepower can be devel
oped at the site, which he declares is
Services Bejrin at Tabernacle on
Opening services of the annual
campmeeting of the Oregon Holiness
Association were conducted last night
in the tabernacle on the camp grounds.
East Thirty-third and Mason streets.
Rev. C. lioward Davis, superintendent
of thi City'.
Portland roses still
are blooming a
fragrant welcome to the re
turning Caravans that rest
gladly for a day in an Oasis
TaM Service a la Cart to 1 A. M
Cto. C. Ober.
1303 acres near Grants Pass at ap
proximated cost of $500; Oregon-
Washington Colonisation Company, of
St. Paul, to irrigate 41:! acrea In Mal
heur Valley: Handon Power Company,
to develop 500 horsepower near l'.nndon
from water from Spring Creek, and
City of Mllfn. to enlarge municipal
power plant by development
horsepower at cost of IIS.mihi.
When miitlnE. Confuclun tiv! a small
brush. lke a r.m.l,hir hruwli. f"r a
and did hi anrHlAn fn- -nt ut t hrfr
hl ltm. Th n.cil cm Into u- tut- wrltlnc
In marhv riuuiri ,.f it. trlcnl. It
w M hnllom- ni In Phprl otic!)'.
j :',i:itiilmtif.iniiiiiiiMitiii"iMiii'i,mMinniiMii lininit'iiii.i., : '
not needed for current use carried in your
pocket or left in your home or office should
be working in this strong state bank. It
will add just that much to the community's
financial strength, development and wel
fare. Get the bank habit. Put your money
to work for yourself and everyone. In this
bank it will be secure and
earn you attractive interest
as a time deposit or savings
account. Come in today.
LADD & TILTON
Oldest in the Northwest
Capital and Surplus
Two Million Dollars
J - no oil -" 1 ;
J UIlMlii C0U.ICI 1 '
. Leads Directly to
Our Classrooms !
Her vounir mn inl women become
TRAINED EXPERTS In horthnd, type
writing, bookkeepinu. accountinc. com
mercial law, business penmanship. Kne
ll sh. spell in, punctuation, letter w ru
ing and loicuraphy.
tall and see our president todar with
a view of preparing for your opportunity.
W will place ou hen competeni.
Bl MFS COLI.KGK,
Kmc Oeorxe rules 11.47.0t nura miles
of th carta's tcrltory and lTt,T:i,$s; 01 lt
The waRD la a dw. nodrra and ,
itfsuuy appotatad hotel. pommio
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car stM runs
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A-l Fir; Oak $7.25, Ash ?65 C. O. D.
SEGHER'S WOOD CO.
ISth and Vaughn. Maa 6359, A 2415.