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THE 3IORXIXG OREGONIAN. FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1915.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Msnarlns; Editor Main 7070. A 6095
City Editor Main 7U70. A BOas
Bunday Editor Mala 70TO. A BO5
Advertising Department. ...Main 7070. A 60U5
City Circulation Main 707O. A BUU5
Composing-room Main 7070. A BuMA
Printing-room Main 7070. A 05
Superintendent Bonding ...Main 7070. A 80K5
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Varied amuse
ments, concert band and vaudeville.
VANTAGES (Alder and Broadway) Vau
deville. Performances 2:30, 7:3U and 8:30
EMPRESS (Broadway and Stark) Vaude
ville. Performances 2:30. 7:30 and 8:13
ORPHEUM Broadway and TamhllL Movlea.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington. Movlea.
J OREGONIAN S AT KESOKTS. 1
a Subscribe with the following agents. J
t at your Summer resort, to secure the a
most prompt delivery of The Ore-
Bonlan. City rates. Subscriptions by J
mall are payable in advance: - i
Bar View t E. F. Jackson I
R ritv. Or E. P. Marcher 1
t Bay Ocean W. S. Johnson
J BriRhton, Or W. A. Bom 7
: Carson, Wash Cart B. Smith
Mineral Springs Hotel 4
t Columbia Beach ' t
J Mrs. N. E. Burkhead I
Ecola, Or I W. Crone t
Garibaldi . C. Ellis
J Oearhart. Or.-. Mrs. M. S. Elliott
I Loo Beach J- H. Strauhal
f I-ake Lytic Frank Miller
f Manhattan Frank MUler
J Mansanitm E. J. KardeU
J Metier, Or fcoule Cohen
4 "ahcotta,- Wah J. H. Brown
-Newport, Or O. V. Herron
I Ocean Park O. E. Beechey
I Ocean Lake Park O. L. Comstock
I Kockanay Beach Frank Miller
halt air Frank Miller
Seaside. Or ...Clark Stratton
Twin Rocks Frank Miller
Tillamook, Or J. 8. Lamar
Wheeler. Or B. H. Cady
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Advertisements Intended for City News
Jn Brief columns In Sunday's Issue roost be
handed in The Oregonlan Luslnesa office by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
Rev. D. A. Watters Recover. Rev.
D. A. "Watters, who was taken seriously
111 while on a visit to his brother, a
physician, at Watsonville, Cal., Is now
recovering at his home 321 East Eighth
street under the care of his son. Dr.
Raymond EL. Watters. Rev. Mr. Wat
ters was taken with chills while on
the visit at Watsonville and his con
dition became very critical. He was
able to travel and arrived home a week
ago in a very feeble condition, but he
has steadily improved since his return.
Rev. Mr. Watters Is a prominent Metho
dist minister of this 6tate and has
friends scattered all over Oregon.
Mr. Alderman Tbaohes at Eugene.
City Superintendent of Schools Alder
man Is now ta Eugene, where he is
conducting a'course in education at the
University of Oregon Summer school.
It is a six-weeks' course which he and
Assistant Superintendent Rice are
giving. Mr. Rice took charge the first
three weeks and Mr. Alderman is to
have it for the last three. Mr. Rice
took up the subject of elementary cur
ricula and Mr. Alderman is now teach
ing educational psychology.
Eastern Lumberman Visits. Vernon
Blades, of the Blades Lumber Company
of North Carolina, and party arrived
in Portland yesterday. The party Is on
the return trip from the fair. Mr.
Blades, is associated with several large
mills in North Carolina. His first trip
to Portland was about nine years ago.
He expressed great surprise at the
growth of Portland and says it is the
best yet on the Coast. The party left
at 11 o'clock last night.
Tonseth Store Robbed. Between
$40 and 50 was taken from the safe
of the Tonseth Floral Company, at 285
Washington street, sometime between 8
o'clock Wednesday night' and opening
time yesterday morning. c Tonseth.
proprietor, said last night the front door
had been forced and the safe opened.
The robbers left a quantity of signed
checks and other valuable papers,
taking only the available cash.
Women ' Forebtkm
Visitor. The Women's Catholic Order
of Foresters will n . wim. !
v i . iiuaiiia ttve
nue and Stanton street at 8 P. M. Fri
day. July 23. to make arrangements to
entertain the high chief ranger, due
here next week.
FINE AIR DOE TO PIQUE
"THE STARS AND STRIPES FOR
EVER," WRITTEN ON IMPILSE.
MUM GOME FAR
Record. Attendance Expected
for Buyers' Week.
OAKS TO HELP ENTERTAIN
J. R. Truman Buried. Funeral
services of J. R. Truman, pioneer, who
died Tuesday - night, were conducted
yesterday afternoon from Holman's
Chapel. Third and Salmon streets. In
terment was at Mount Scott Cemetery.
Mr. Truman was a pioneer, having
crossed the plains to Oregon more than
60 years ago. For the past 40 years
he had been a resident of Portland and
engaged in the real estate business
until he became gate-tender on the
Burnslde bridge. He was born in Mis
souri in 1847. His widow, Mrs. Eliza
beth Truman one daughter Mrs. Ger
trude Hunter and two sons Earl and
Sterling Truman, survive him. Oregon
Lodge No. 101, A, F. and A. M.. con
ducted the services at the chapel.
Pastor to Be Installed. Rev.
Wilhelm Pettersen, the new pastor of
the Norwegian Lutheran Church, at
Davis and Fourteenth street North,
will be installed on Sunday morning at
the 11 o'clock service. Rev. H. O.
Hendrickson will officiate and there
will be special music by the quartet.
Mr. Pettersen succeeds Rev. J. Ellestaii.
By singular coincidence the two pastors
both came from Portland, Me., to Port
land. Or. Mr. Petterson formerly was
professor of history and literature in
the Augsburg Seminary at Minneapolis,
FuNfiRAL OF Mrs. Dix Held. Fu
neral services of Mrs. Seatta G. Dix,
who died in this city Wednesday at
the home of her son, 314 Wygant
street, were conducted in the Methodist
Church of Cedar Mills, and interment
was made In Union Cemetery. Mrs.
Dix was 61 years of age. She was the
wife of Alonzo G. Dix, and mother of
William O., Ernest O., Alson A. and
Samuel H. Dix and Mrs. Lucy J. Bromp
ton, Roda F. Alvord, Mrs. Ethel M.
Miller and Miss Gladice Dix. The body
was taken to Cedar Mills by the family.
Club to Celebrate Labor Dat.
The North Portland Commercial Club
will celebrate Labor day on September
6. At the meeting: of the club Tues
day night In the North Portland Branch
Library, Killingsworth avenue, H. A.
Campbell, Hans Hurth, H. O. Hald.
James Jones, J. Hodson and E. M. Orth
were appointed to prepare a programme.
Races and other amusements will be
provided. A vote of thanks was passed
by the club to those who contributed
in any way to make the Fourth of
July celebration a success.
Annulment of Marriage Asked.
Married five days after he was divorced
Irom his first wife in 1912, R. W.
Simpson now seeks separation from his
second wife on grounds that the statu
tory six months had not elapsed when
he wedded her. Suit was filed in County
Clerk Coffey's office yesterday. Simp
eon says that his second wife, who
was Theresa M. O'Connell, knew when
she married him that he had Just been
divorced, and because the marriage
was not legal he wants it legally de
clared null and void.
Man. 65, Arrested in Theater. On
the complaint of E. O. Traxle. pianist
at a moving picture theater, D. J. God
dart, aged 65, was arrested yesterday
aiternoon ror disorderly conduct. God
dart, who lives at Second and Burn
side, is accused of making improper
overtures to 8-year-old Verne Schaarar,
a girl living at 286 Washington
street, who was a movie patron, during
me snow yesteraay.
Greshm Woman Still Ailino. The
condition of Mrs. E. L. Thorpe, who
has been seriously ill for several
months at her home near Gresham. re
mains unimproved. She has become so
weak that she cannot stand on her
Jeet, and occupies a wheeled chair by
means of which she can be moved out
fide. Mrs. Thorpe is the wife of Enn
L. Thorpe, a newspaper man, and for
merly lived in .East Portland.
Ahavai Sholom Services Tonight.
services win be held at Congregation
Anavai onoiora, rarK and Clay streets
tonignt at a o'clock and tomorrow
morning at 9:30 o'clock. Rabbi R.
ADranamson win oniclate.
State of Washington. Dallv mim
trip. The Dalles and way landings.
"saves ayior-street dock 11 p. M.
leaves Dalles daily except Monday, 12
Oregon City Boat, Sunday ex
cursions leave Taylor-st. dock at 9
A. M., 12:30 and 3:30 P. M. Stops at all
way landings. Round trip, 40c. Phone
-Main u. Aav.
"Why Is the Soul Immortal?," lllustra
ted lecture Sunday, 8 P. M., by Fred
erick M. Stoller, strong, forceful, mag
netic. Central Library, free, no col
Maillards Celebrated Chocolatks
are som dv us exclusively. We cuaran
tee the freshness. Sig Sichel Co 92
Third street. Adv.
An Important Event. Florsheim
shoes reduced at Reeves Shoe Co., 850
. . n.Tii., 'J I il 11 mug. AQV.
. EW MARKET GARAGE, Red Crown
gasoline 10c gallon, charge account
iiU -.44.11 V.
Beldino, the jewler, moved to Second
and Alder northwest cor. Main 1692.
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Dr. A. M. Webster has returned.
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Dr. Robert Kale Ellis has returned.
a a v.
Dr. J. D. Duback, eyesight specialist,
eixin uour ceiling ouiiaing. AdV.
Let TTs Build Tour Catalogs Right.
y. W. Baltes & Co.. Main 165. A 1165. Adv.
Dr. W. B. Holcen has returned. Adv,
Inspiration for Patriotic Tone, , by
Composer Who Will Be at Oaks
Sunday, Told by Associate.
John Philip Sousa wrote his greatest
and most famous march-. "The Stars
and Stripes Forever," in a fit of
pique when stung and Irritated by the
whispered comments of musicians and
composers abroad. The great martial
composition was written in a steam
boat cabin, as Sousa was returning to
Carl Schroeder, librarian of the Sou
sa Band, was telling an Oregonlan all
about it. while the band was playing
iceiiLiy at me can J-rancisco Exposi
tion. This was, in effect, the way he
told the story:
"Sousa had been playing all over
Europe with his band and he had
created a sensation wherever he went.
Hut whenever he went into the haunts
of ' the literati, musicians.' musical
critics and the like, he would often
sense a veil of derision and hear
whispered comments about the 'Ameri-
san bandmaster,' "only a bandmaster,'
a writer of marches only,' and all that
sort of thing. Before Sousa returned
to America they changed their tune.
When they saw and heard him it was
"But Just the -same, in spite of his
triumphs, the earlier disappointments
rankled. He was sensitive, and. most
of all, homesick. He longed for Ameri
ca, the land of his birth. He was
"As the great steamer passed Fire
Portland Merchants Plan, to Make
Many Fare Refunds to Visiting
Ketailers Who Make Purchases
That Exceed $500 Mark.
Portland merchants will have to pay
for a good many railroad tickets dur
ing Bjyers' Week, August 9-14, accord
ing .to present indications.
With acceptances pouring into head
quarters at the Chamber of Commerce,
a tremendous attendance of retail
merchants from Oregon, Washington
and Idaho and a representative crowd
from far-off Montana seems assured.
Even this early in the campaign It
is apparent that all attendance records
will be broken, and that through the
acuainta'nees made with the magnificent
stocks of goods carried by the dealers
of this city the scope of the Jobbing
and wholesale field of Portland deal
ers and the mission of the port of Port
land will be increased materially.
Many Towna to Be Represented.
A glimpse at the list of acceptances
reveals almost as many names of towns
In Washington as in Oregon will have
representatives In Portland during
Buyers' Week. Many visitors intend to
bring their families.
The attendance of women has grown
steadily, and many are expected this
Replying to an inquiry received yes
terday, the Chamber notified an Idaho
merchant that it would not be neces
sary for him or any other retailer to
have a personal invitation in his pocket
to participate in Buyers' Week. The
greatest stocks of merchandise in many
Unas that are to be seen anywhere on
the Pacific Coast are here for inspec
tion. Every one of them will be welcome
and will receive refunded railroad fares
where purchases equal or exceed JoOO,
if they are registered at the headquar
ters after their arrival and have a
receipt for their fare one way.
Prorrimnc at The Oaks Planner.'
During Buyers' Week there will be
sessions of the Pacific Northwest Mer
chants' convention at which subjects
of special Importance to the retail trade
will be discussed.
Two of the social functions of the
week are the Ad Club luncheon on
Wednesday and the after-dark plcnlo
at The Oaks. At the luncheon the vis
itors will be entertained and have a
chance to tell something about their
home cities. At The Oaks a fireworks
programme is expected as well as
Mr. Deich's Boast End in
Brovrbeatinsr Expected to Cure Crim
inal Results In Own Name Bring
Forced Within Hour.
John Philip Sousa, Who Will Be Heard
With His Band at The Oaks Audi
torium Next Suaday and Monday.
Island the American colors began to
show. At sight of them inspiration
burst Into Sousa' heart and brain. He
hastened to his cabin, seized pen and
copy score, and so, practically without
changes. 'The Stars and Stripes For
ever,' was born."
Four Sousa concerts will be played
Sunday and Monday at the Oaks. .
PARENTS TO VISIT CAMP
Party Leaves Today for Y. M. C. A.
Cabin at Spirit Lake.
Parents of some of the boys now at
the Y. M. C. A. Summer camp at Spirit
Lake will live with the lads for four
days. Joining in their hikes to neigh
boring peaks and attempting with them
the ascent of Mount St- Helens. Auto
mobiles will leave with the party at 7
o'clock this morning after a 6 o'clock
breakfast at the home of H. W. Stone
The excursionists will attempt the
ascent or the peak tomorrow and
return to the boys' camp tomorrow
night. Sunday will be spent in visiting
the boys and the parents will return
late Monday night. In the party will
De: ii. w. ana airs, atone; Mrs. Meehan
mother or the boys secretary: A. J.
Bale, chairman of the committee of
management: A. M. and Mrs. Grllley,
train it. Kerr, .fckiward SUcher, T.
Lambert. Mr. Mudroe, Frank McElroy"
FEWER POLES IS OBJECT
Laorelhnrst Clnb Members to Meet
and Discuss Lessening Plan.
A meeting will be held at the Ln
relhurst Club next Monday evening to
discuss the question of forwarding the
Joint pole movement In Laurelhurst.
Agent Kern, of the Joint-pole commit
tee of the two telephone companies and
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
uompany, win De present to discuss
the outlook with the club members.
It is believed by Laurelhurst Club
members that arrangements can be
made to eliminate a large number of
poles in Laurelhurst.
RICHARD DEICII. Deputy District
Attorney serving at the Municipal
Court, has a habit of intimidating the
ruthless criminal by his ferocious mien
and thundering tones of anger, as he
scores the unfortunate for a departure
from the paths of virtue. The efficacy
of such procedure came into question
severely yesterday afternoon.
J. H. Davis, a criminal admitting
serving four times in the penitentiary
and who recently completed a 60-day
sentence in the Portland city Jail on
a vagrancy charge, tried to pass a
forged check on W. Margulis for 110.85.
Margulls was suspicious and had the
man arrested, and It was found the
check was valueless. Davis was taken
oro PePuty District Attorney Deich.
"You're e. nice one, aren't you?" de
manded the attorney, when be saw Da
vis. This was the beginning. When the
peroration was concluded, Davis went
sheepishly out of the door. Margulis
had lost no money and did not desire
to prosecute. This was at 3 o'clock
At 4 o'clock Mr. Delch was talking
to Public Defender Robinson.
"I sure tore into that fellow Davis,
who was in here today for trying to
pass a bad check." he said, by way of
conversation. "I made a thorough Job
of it, and I don't think we will see him
here 'again soon."
"Mr. Delch, can I see you a minute?"
came a voice at the door. It was
Patrolman Hennessy. With him was J
H. Davis. ,
T.ie man had passed a check for
14.80 on E. C. Dahl, part proprietor
of the Alder-street cafe. Dahl had
telephoned the bank and upon finding
that the paDcr was worthless had set
out in pursuit of Davis. Officer Hen
nessy Joined in the chase, and caugnt
Davis, after the latter had sprinkled
$24.05 on the streets In his mad flight,
the money Jingling from his pockets.
"Do you mean to tell me " began
Attorney Deich, and he stopped. The
name forged to the check passed on
Mr. Dahl was "Deich." The Deputy
Attorney had no more to say, and could
only motion, to the policeman to put
his prisoner In safety behind the bars.
With Your Eyes
Permit only a competent specialist to
treat them. Experience and knowl
edge of the human eye insure you a
thorough examination here.
Thompson Optical Institute
209-1 0-11 Corbett Building:.
Fifth and Morrison.
W e Give the Name
July 20. IRIS. Whl.r Optical Co.-
Dear Dr. Whcelrr: I
am so pletued with
my n w nl
you juat made for
m. Thty are the
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L.Ug. Main 1154.
Wheeler Optical f,o.
Fifth Floor Orea-oalaii Bulldlna
was drawn up,
HEW FILM AT ORPHEUM
"THE FOX WOMAN" IS THRILLING
DRAMA OF JAPAN.
New Automobile," 'With Kin
Binltot la I.eadlnK Role, aad
Comedy on linioil Bill.
The Orpheum Theater Is presenting
"The Fox "Woman" for the last part
of this week. The atory of Japan,
vaguely delineating the real and- in
timating- tue over-real, is a thrilling
b.gne Auen portrays the rore of the
"Fox Woman" and Teddy Sampson as
"Jewel," the little Japanese wife. The
latter is a child-wife, one of those
little flower-like souls that need the
constant nourishment of demonstrative
love, that do not fade. Her husband
becomes the model for an American
girl of unusual " talent as a sculptor
and who also has .a mystical Influence
over men that causes her to be re
garded by the Japanese as a reincar
nation of the fox.
The Japanese husband has a mind
that is lost In the mists of antiquity
ne Knows nothing; about taming foxes
until tney win eat out of your hand.
and he yields to the fascinations of
the sculptress as if under a spell.
wnereaa sne is only amusing- herself.
lhe little wire bears humbly the In
dignities gradually heaped upon her
until she Is satisfied that love will
never again be her portion, then she
goes to self-destruction with pitltul
The tragic death of the Fax "Woman
releases the husband from thralldom,
and he saves his child-wife when she
Is about to release her soul by suicide
at the tomb of her ancestors. A num
ber of Japanese actors take part in
the play. Including Henry Kotani. Goro
Kino, KIml Tajta. Mlnoru Toshida, Miss
Sums Tanaka and Takeshi Azuml. Two
other reels are. shown. Including "The
New Automobile," with King Baggot in
me- leading role, a comedy, and the
Pathe weekly, completing an Interest
OREGONIAN BUSY IN SIAM
W. II. Horolbrook, V. S. Minister at
Bangkok, Likes Country.
AMlliam H. Hornlbrook. former edi
tor of the Alba'ny (Or.) Democrat, who
was appointed United States Minister
to Slam a few months ago. Is on the
Job there and enjoying his work im
mensely. In a letter from Bangkok,
capital of Slam, to Postmaster Myers,
Mr. Hornlbrook says Slam as a coun
try and Bangkok as a city have been
grossly libeled In this country.
"Bangkok Is a city of paved streets,
with electric streetcars, electric light
ing system, hundreds of electrlo fans,
beautiful homes and three dally news
papern published In Knellnh." writes
Just S Days Remain in Which to Buy Diamonds,
Watches, Silverware, Etc, at Removal Sale Prices
Jaeger Bros.' Great Sale Ends July 31st
When the hands of the clock reach 10 P.M. Saturday, July 31st, the greatest sale of
jewelry m history ends. Monday or Tuesday, the following week, the new store at
131-133 Sixth Street (jjround floor Oegronian Bldg.) opens to the public.
Starting: this Friday morning a mijrhty and supreme effort will be made to close out
as much of the present stock as possible, and we state emphatically bargains in high
grade jewelry will be offered that will amaze the town.
No person can afford to miss these final days of the sale. Many small lots and
single pieces of jewelry of all kinds will go for little or nothing. We admit that it is
unusual for a high-class store like ours to make such an announcement. This is our
first and only sacrifice sale, and we wish to bring it to a close with the greatest enthu
siasm and force, at the same time accomplishing that purpose which is paramount
to open the new store with practically a complete new stock.
We advise you to come to the store today or tomorrow, and under no circumstances
allow yourself to forget the fact that the sale positively ends just one week from Sat
266 Morrison, Bet. Third and Fourth Sts.
We Close at 6 P. M. Saturdays During July and August
Mr. Hornlbrook. "The climate Is de
lightful, and we are all in fine health.
Mrs. Hornlbrook and their two chil
dren are with Mr. Hornlbrook. He
ays thst there Is plenty of work In
Bangkok for the government official
who takes his Job seriously.
Slam, for the present, perhaps due to
the war. Is pretty well Isolated from
the United Slates, as the fact that the
letter was mailed on June and not
received by Postmaster Myers until
yesterday, July 22. or one month and a
half later, would Indicate.
PEACE CAMPAIGN IS BEGUN
E. P. Rosenthal Leave After Fare
well Luncheon at .V. 31. C. A.
E. P. Rosenthal, disciple of peace, and
Mrs. Rosenthal were tendered a fare
well luncheon yesterday at the Y. M.
C. A. by H. W. Stone, the secretary of
the Portland Association. Mr. Rosen
thal has left for Salem, where he begins
his campaign for world peace.
Utter absence of organisation In Mr.
Rosenthal's methods were declared by
Mr. .stone to be a decided advantage
and that since the spirit of the rolislon
was vital success was inevitable. Kev.
Perry Ureen. Richard Randall and At
torney Harry Yankwich were other
speakers who wished Mr. Rosenthal
Those present at -the luncheon beside
Mr. Rosenthal and Mr. Stone were: Rev.
and Mrs. Perry CSreen. Mr. Richard
Randall. Attorney Harry Yankwich.
Miss Florence Sullenburs;. Miss Eleanor
Baldwin. Mrs. C. G. Field and Mrs.
Walter I. Howard.
ATPETITES are proverbially
fickle these murky Summer
daj-s and the housewife
searches here at the big market
with more than usual eagerness
for novelty in her family menus.
FRANCHISE ACTION WAITS
Granting of Power Wire TMchts Pro
tested Before Chetialls Council.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. July 2J. (Spe
cial.) The Lewis County Board of
Commissioners yesterday delayed ac
tion on a franchise asked by H. O.
Flelschhauer to use the county roads
for transmission of power and llht
Receiver Hayden and Attorney Langr
home, ot Tacoma. representing the
Washlnirton-Oregon Corporation, pro
tested granting the franchise. They
alien that Flelschhauer. who was for
merly manager for the Waahlnrton
Oreiton. Is usinE knowledge he obtained
as such an officer to further personal
plans and to spite the corporation. Mr.
Flelschhauer has a new contract with
Centralis, which city Is now being
served by the Washington-Oregon concern.
$1 Sunday trip to Cascade Locks on
tha Bailey Oatxert. Leaves A. M. Re
turns 6:4 5 P. M. $2 round trip to The
Dalles on the famous Columbia River
steamer Bailey tiatzert. Leaves dally
(except Sunday and Monday) T A. M.
Returns 9:45 P. M. Steamer Jalles City
to The Dalles Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday. Leaves 8:S0 A. M. Returns
:S0 P. M. next day. . Alder-St. dock.
Main 914. A 6112. Adv.
Tuntn, which only In iemt T h
rom Into snral Ufl. was 1IscubiS ex-
PpanKh treatise written In
Do You Know ?
that the last prophecies of the Bible are being ful
filled in the present war and other great develop
ments in the earth?
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Large Chorus-Choir Illustrated Sacred Songs Up-to-the-Minute
Thirteenth and Morrison
TONIGHT and Every Night Song Service 7:45
25c U-All Know Mints, 20
10c size, 3 for 25
25c Asparagus Tips, King's
River brand, 2 for yC
10c Shaker Salt, 2 for.. 15
35c bottle White Wine Vin
egar, Mariposa brand, best
for salads 2oc
35c bottle Tarragon Vinegar,
C. &. B., an absolute necessity
in mayonnaise, for ?
30c Pickled Walnuts, Crosse
& Blackwell's, new, for 25
50c bottle for 40
English Jams, from gardens
of Kent strawberry, rasp
berry, black currant. Damson
and blackberry; 35c jar of
any of these for 2,"
35c Mushroom Catsup; try
this with your cold meat;
special for 2,
Mariposa California Wine,
1? W bottle,
Keishng . "
Zinfandel Jor J1
Dupont Sardines, in oil, gen
uine imported, 2 for.... 25
or dozen for S1.35
hi iv nan
290 STARK ST
The Importance of
Yon who t to wa your home
aad properly edocste jr rhlldren,
mast money. The smallest
la a a o d one. Opea a sav-
b,mk with one dollar or more, and
mike yonr money earn more money.
Time will do the reat.
Attractive Interest Paid on
Time Deposits and Savings
LADD & TILTON
Oldest In the Northwest.
Capital and ftarplns
Two Million lxnrs.
Washington and Third
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The SKUAKu i a l.e. iiw1Tn
iCtnlly appointed hotel, possessing
on of lha most beautiful corner lob
bies In tha Xortnel. ..or-atea 11
lth and Aider ats.. opposite iuds.
Wortmin Klnfa Ms department
lore. In nearx oi reian ana iuiier
district. Kaiea. (l ana up. nu
meets all trains. "W car a:o runs
fr..m l nlon lepot direct to IIOT1X
SEWABU. W. M. SEWARD. Prop.
rCCHWAB PRINTING COJ
WBtN F.GRLLNE-HARBY FISCHER
24 51 STARK STREET
How to Rid the Skin
of Objectionable Hairs
(Aids to Beauty)
A simplified method Is hera Riven for
the quick removal of hairy or fuxry
growths anxi rarely is more than one
treatment required: Mix a stiff paatM
with some powdered delatone and
water, apply to hairy surface and after
2 or 3 minutes rub off. wnh the skin
and every hair hasvanlshed. This sim
ple treatment cannot cause injury, but
care should ho exercised to get real
Advertise to Strangers
Friends know all about you and
appreciate your Roods and service.
You must advertise to turn stran
gers into friends.
You must make them want to
come and fret acquainted. After
that It Is up to you to holj them as
The newspaper advortlninsr col
umns are the ideal Introducer.
They brlns; your me.snge with
the newspaper's good Trill behind It.
Thsy reach tho strangers you
want to turn to friends.