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TIIE MORXIXG OREGOXIAy, THURSDAY,' DECEMBER 23, 1915.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Order for ! Ta Xw
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rmicB nta ceyt.
etc auxic o. axotum pace,
restsse ta taa tailed tta
eeeaaie. Canada ar alealcex
tata rrt Boetaa caats.
Adra Taa Cre;eala, lrUad.
EST or East BrnjesiDa FTasrr
BtTao PrcA.edine;a for th pnm
of Kast Burnald slrset Irom taat
Kortr-loorth to tUat Tifl jr-f tf street
baa hen adancs4 to that point srber
tit City Krif,lner ha .mad bl report
oa tb survs mad and tna rout
selected. Alo Kasl Hurnsld street
wlU ba widened from G'.lham anu to
Kaat Kisty-nlnth street and to a con
nection with Thorborn anu on the
north sW of Mount Tabor, Liwnslon
of Eaat Hurnalda atraet has been
asttated for the paat fla year. There
baa beer. Utile oppoattion. but tbera naa
been d.fferrnce of opinion aa to the
routa. for tha itreet will P th'0n
aonte acr-ae property and aome bulid
Inaa may baa to b moed- It eon
Md.r.d important that Kt Burn.ld.
tre.t abould ba opened to Mount
Tabcr. whera It connect with
Eaat Btar .tr.et aiwl
road and !Wert oma of the country
tryl of rUat Hurnalda atraet and
the Buraalda bridge.
Oiimui Parr Toxiobt. -The Boaa
City 1'ara Sunday achool. taat rorty
fif.h and Hancock atreeta. wit! hold a
Cnrtatmaa party today. The b"1"""
aid primary dpartm.nt win ba enter
tained la tha afternoon from to
o clock. All other membera of the
roMCOi wit. rvT
Cam to Tsmara Pti O-Aaa. Matt-1
lom Cmp, No. IT. Woodmen of t3e
World. wlU boll apeciAt meettn at
the ball oa lUat lata atraet toniaht
ta Initiate a Ure cla of appllcante
who cannot come at the rrular roeet
a rtWay BUC C!erA Wllaoa reporta
atul to ba taAa lata the camp
b-fore January I. Tha actual mam
berahlp et tha camp la rl
but with the applicant all Initiated
taere will b about 32' membera.
patlius tha camp at tha top ao far aa
m-mb-rhip la coacernad la the ra
cihc Juriaaictioa. Arrnment are
ba tnada for a baatuet for all
thoe who broueht In an arPi',-a'
ba H at the Multnomah Hot! on
Jan'iary li. The buildtn commlttae
la at work lnet;tin tho bitW'CB
proJct ami a iport U eipecteU after
the r.rit et the year.
Haaetno trT H-ncot t Hot
fcjrraa rats . Tha anooal Chrlatmae
Mt4ir a-hool entrtalnment of the
e.lwo4 Methodist Church wilt ba held
loatfht at tha church at ocloca.
The primary department wiil ba rep
reseeted by ll , l-rmn. Hnnie
Cochrane Lola Heal. Katharine White.
unny KUja HuS. LuUa fthultJ. Klton
tahorn. I'aullne Jor.ca. Annie L t;rlf
fits. William Lehman and llcten Jl.iL
Mr. Itoed'a claaa wlU la a drill and
taere will be eerciea by other claeaea.
or tha tnatn iundy achool a chorua
af xlrla win ilnr carol. Mr. C A.
Miiier'a ctaa will sia a dtalocua and
the ather Urse claases wta taa part
la the procramme.
rataic OtatrfA Txcactaiae To
wkt. Chrl.tmaa eercl will ba
beld tonnat at tha alrrie Mthodtt
t.pi.ropdl Church at o'clock. All
wihm t do aa can place preecte
oa the tree. It la dcaircd to haa all
presenta early thia afternoon at the
church ao thy may be placed on the
tre early thla ecnma;. Chrlatmaa
axorciaca wtl bo held tomorrow atter
aoon by the primary a-rade of tha Falr
l.w achoot at 3 o'clock. A abort
eeloo of tha Falrriew Parenl
Techor A.o.'iatton will follow the
prcrimme at tha tchoolhouaa.
DxarosirrT Mil Tk Oae. John
ft.r.ion. 31. waa foMnd dead In bta
?o3im at ill t:crtt atrect at o'clock
laxt mht with hia face reatlne on an
ocxn raa Jt anon bad bn de
apond.nt alnce bla partner In a tlhln
venture becama Inaaiie and tha partnr-
hip property waa placed under the
care of tha court. wanon had
poatal eatne Tecelpta for tJOO In bla
pocket. He ta iurled by a aiater.
rxi Swanaoa. 123 Tillamook street,
and a brother. AITln tiaiMon, HI 4
T!in T.oa CalCltx Ria
Chl.-ken thieir are robblnc Milan
Krjtitd of ble llrrlihood. accordln to
kia rrori to I'strolman Mi-Culloch yea-
-rur. Kratlch. who litre at S4i
North Fourteenth atraet. aald that St
chicken were atolea from bla yard eo
the aicht of December 11 and la more
Tueaday ntcht. He baa but IT chicken
lfu ha ; and they ar not laylnc
heavily enough to keep him Irom tne
oroanect of atarrattoa. He haa no
employment but chicken raiatnc-
Tot-TBu Cairrrn Kt i.-t. Trout-
daia Cbttr. lrdcr llAatern Star,
ba etet-trd tha foUoaln eSicera for
tn rr: Worthy matron. Janet Orant
worthy patron. WiUlam iea; aaeoclat
tnj.tr on. Ijar P. Hamon: aecretary.
Marcart McKay: treasurer. C. F. W'J
eoa: conductor. ljarx Mtcklry: altaat
conductor. Aln Foa. A Joint Inetatla
tioa will be b:d with Fatreew Uoda.
A- F. and A. 11. neat Monday Blcht.
I II. A I a ItratrTjw Althouch
otitl I a critical condition. L IL Amoe.
who l at the Portland farcical lioa-
pital (ollowtnr aa operation lr appen
dicttie KAturday. ahowed a alirbt Ira
dbii yeaterday. He la 7 yeara
all and tha recuperat'oa from the
aperatioa la alow, but Mr. Amos ha
sftojra remarkable vitality.
Ftaer fwrrao Rurrtu rirra
Farm .. Chrlatmaa exrclea will
e beld oniht at the Flrvt I'slted
liretbrra Church. Kjt Fifteenth and
lul MorT.-oa atreeta. which will be
ling br the Kundy school children.
The children aad others mar brine do
tation wht.'h will ba diatrlhutej to
edy famtUea before Chrlatmaa.
H. II. Oenaoa Jlraa If. II. 0T(i
eht.i.al director of tha Cuceno T. M.
C. A. l la Portland for the holldaye
to etudr tha method of the Portland
aaauclattoa. He eapecta ta hold sev
eral conference wittt A. M. Ortiley on
Thtl-al department problema at
It. t. rrut I Tent Iw Hop
f r lie nlttrsate recovery of It. t Pur
banj. e-T-i lent of the Merchant
National tiAnk. who Is crtticaHy 111 a
bia home at Kiverdale. has been aban
aenad. It wa reported yesterday. It:
la M year oi t Vr. Noble WUey Jones
la la attaodaBc.
Onm to PB-cT f ivrirv Mr
O. Olson. of the Pioneer Mthodlst
Church, of ft John, ha written
Chrlatmaa cantata, whi-b wilt be pre
sented on Frily nlcht. rcr.ber St.
It riulre the help of 51 pup.l of the
Iliti yea tried the delicious new
fla-e baaar They ar a Haynaa product
and ar makmj a his; hit. Aaa your
rtcuB. bos cand!. pip, ma aim
subscriptions, special holiday price.
Olson's cla-ar stand. lobby Multnomah
niDia a doaen Harae Tlxla bona
Wboiasom aad d'ltciou: I cats buy
who: doaea. Tour crocer haa them
Asra-T Trru Cr moved from
Hoard of Trad to J Fifth, bet. tark
Bad Oak. V. . Fields. II a" r. Adv.
tl.vjor Xa rt-jr eo Columbia
Hiahway at Cbanticlr Ins. Mala 1I43.
H ajtd Fv-raorptnico G-T at coat
Tft Needlecraft Chop. 312 Alder St.
r. W. A. Wta win bo at his Port
land e-f'c antil further aotlca Ad
ALt. NotTta on-h:f prtc. Ths
N-ale-rft isp. Ill Aljer at Adv.
Cem Hili moved to Turner Halle
hArberahop. cor. 4th and TamhttL Adv
A splsndld Hat of profeeelooal
ryout" act haa bean nrrand
to appear at th Jmprs Theater
tonlsht. Comedy. lnclnc. danc
Ins; and music will be Included
In the entertainment. Th "try
out" acts will Include Hilly Ljrle.
a jounc man and th pceor
of an -eptiona!ty fin baritone
vole. His offerlna- will constat
or popular aousa auu :
The Wition slaters are two I
clever Juvenile entertainer, and
will offer dances of all nations
with chaos of costume for each
number. Fred Bauer. bttr
known as "Portland's favorite
tenor." will render a number of
popular aonra. Th Wankcman
brothera will offer a pleaatnr In
strumental and alnclnir art. The
"txyout" number! will follow the
last act on the second show.
Hilly Link, the popular black
fare comedian on the Kropr
bill this week, wi;l Introduce th
school will participate In the evening
party, bvatnmn; at 7: J), the principal
feature of which will be the cantata.
"Mother t!oo Vlalt to Pallia Claue,"
put on by members of the school.
SLiom Blocks Hiokwat. Forty men
war diapatched yterday by Road-
maater Yeon to a point near th Auto
Club brlds. on th Columbia Highway.
to clear away a bis allde that th rains
broucbt down. Th Hlebway waa
blocked for moat of yeaterday. but will
b cleared soma time today. Other
slides war reported, but this was ths
AiToafuu Hacaits Max's Anx.
John L'tttmar. T1 llaat Taylor street,
received a broken arm Tueaday nlkht
by belna; knocked down by an automo
bile driven by Ralph hclton at Sec
ond and Morrison trela. Dlltmar was
taken to tha Emrgnicjr Hospital and
attended by City rhyalrlan Zlecler.
Mr. hellon lives at 147 Market street.
Fba.vs: L fsrrH'i turkeys, "9c and lie
Oses. lie to 11c: Ducks, lto to Joe
Chickens, lie to lie; Koast pork. c
Lea: pork. 12ic; T.oaat Veal 10c
frprins lamb, lie; Roaat beef. 10c
Tenderloin steak, lie; Round st'k. ISc
IJttl pis ham. 15c: Fancy bacon. 1-c
Frank t.mith'a la SI1 Alder au Adv.
BIG DINNER HEAR READY
sTr.tstr.R iuiulo ncroiuTKD
FOR mT TO ISEHrtOTED,
Xaaar, blactaa; aad eakl Will fia
With Car lata Feed, aad
naadreda Ca B Haadled.
The stmr Haasato, moored at th
Ash-atreet dock, will be the cn
-. . - t fAtirta annual Chrlat
maa dinner klven by Ui O.-W R. N.
ompanr to ine ubhui"J"u
- . nAn and nraDaratlon are al
ready in prora for th event. The
boat la vein- given m '
'heer by aecoraiiooa o '
which la to be erved have ail bo
taal yar about H men war in
Us dinner aiven vt am -t , .
..a . ...f .nn. mrm beins: maue to
handle at least that number thia year.
The dinner will txcin at II A. M.. and
the arcie wtil last aattl o'clock In
afternoon, in aaoiwoo m
hmf will be addreaae ana music.
Kiahop K. J. Cook, of th Methodiat
.hurch: Archbishop. Chrlatl and Kev.
loha 1C Hoyd w.l audresa the men.
jj.iB will also be furnished by the
Ad Club quartet. The slnstna In uni
son of some of the old watt wtil also
be a feature.
Invitation to tha dinner are oeina
laaued through the b'alvation Army, the
lommoue Aiieaion ani ii " -
.. kniUJ beaf and pork, ait
rta of vegetable, plum pudding
ince ana poiiii v
. i . ....nfinv Af about 40
member of the tt-W. K. dt N. Corn
er Employ cjuo win
..i.. .r tha enoata. Thla In-
i aw w-
.. - ... fMtm tha ofTlcea- ihoos and
freight shede of th company.
Are txcoming more popular
each year. S
M.J. Walsh Co.'s
Extensive line before buyinff.
The modern Lighting Fixture
and Supply House.
311 Stark Street
Opp. New First National Bank.
Bower Is aurvlved by two daughter.
Mr Kate BeckUy. of Oakland, and
Mr. U Aab. who live In Illinois, and
three sons. Thll F. Bower, of Astoria;
Oscar Bower, of Salem, and George
Bower, of Illinois.
Lineal Descendant Choose
VSeddtae; of MUa Kola Tf lrbrrk aad
PTaak stlaaaa tie "net Tonight
VslU t all Old Faaalllra.
ABIT ef lnterstln romance, con
cocted with the marriage of MH
Zola Hitchcock to Frank Stlnson Gan
nett tonight, came to llgtt yesterday.
The prospective brld and bride
groom have choeen aa th design for
their houchold silverware the Mary
Chilton pattern. That fact perhaps
would pass unnoticed If given but su
perficial attention, for that particu
lar pattern of sllvorwar la plainly
colonial, rich In l simplicity and Is
popular with bride.
But here lies the romance: Mr. Gan
nett Is a direct descendant of that very
Mary Chilton for whom the silverware
that they are buying- was named and
who waa the first Kuropeaa woman to
set foot on American soli, being; the
flrst woman to land from the May
flower In 120.
And that Is not all. For Miss Hitch
cock, the bride-to-be. Is a lineal de
scendant of John Alden. another of the
Bo when the Gannett household is es
tablished In Salem, where the couple
will live, and the silverware of colonial
design graces their table, th real colo
nial aplrit will emanate from those
pieces of silver, the pattern of vrhich
Mr. Oannett has chosen because of Its
Intimate ssoclatlon with his distin
GARAGE OWNERS ARE SUED
C. A. Perman Allege Frand In Sale
of Half Interest
Carl A. rermsn aks the Circuit
Court. In a suit filed yesterday, for a
restraining- order to keep Intact the
garage and appurtenances at 505 Alder
street until the dispute set out In tne
suit can b adjudicated by the court.
Perman bought for 150 a half Inter
est In the garage from J. M. Morrison,
who. with II. Alnscough. owned the
plant, valued by them at ll00. accord-
m " or--v- -wr- t- r jtiw xjgr t
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as a " Gift
are incomparable. They are knozvn far
and wide for their excellent quality and
have a 20 year reputation to their credit.
A great sah of "
and Plants t
is now in progress at our store. Your money-will
go farther in our store than for many years. Im
mense stock to select from. Come to us for flow
ers and service.
NO BRANCH STORES
FREE CITY DELIVERY.
Clarke Bros., Florists
287 MORRISON STREET
Bet. 4th and 5th Sts.
. - V a ..mnl.lnt PtmillL WfaO
confesses that he knv nothing about
the garage repair and general business.
llea-ea he was delrauaea oy me own
ers of the garage.
. .w. if ila
il sjies lor vie w.j w.
money on th ground that the transac
tion was based upon rajsreprescuia.-
CONTRACTORS TO GET PAY
Count Commissioners Order Funds
. Held Back Paid.
TJndar an order made by the County
Commissioners yesterday, contractors
who have money corning irom mo
county but which haa been held "aca
ntll th work has oeen comjiicicu -
now be paid a part or tne amouui
U.. linMi hack 20 ner
cent of the money on all contracts with
the county for roaa ana onus v
struction until a year after the -work
has been completed as guaranty.
borne t luu.uuu win
Ad Men Honor Christmas.
Although the speaker of the day was
nnabla to bo present at the Ad Club
luncheon yesterday, at the Multnomah,
tha admen celebrated Christmas lust
the same, by lining up and pledging
their ardent support for the Muts In
Our Holiday Display of
Fancy Groceries the Best
Place your order with us for your Christmas Dinner. VTe are better
able than ever to supply your wants.
-The Store of Quality." in '
"Portland's Exclusive Handlers of Everything Good to Eat,
L. Mayer & Co.
148 Third Street A-4432, Main 9432
We offer you as a sug-fjestion for that Christmas Dinner'
FTrSchoWe Green and Yellow Be.na, Fresh Mush-
rooms. Celery Hearts, Sprouts, Tomatoes.
"Sii .CKU Fre,h Pineapple. Pears. Hood Rivej - Apple,
ISananaa, Florida Oranges and Grape rruit. Lady Apples, Tan
gerines, Navel and Valencia Orangea.
INCLUDE SOME OF THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR ORDER T0D-VT:
Pulled Smyrna Figs. Assorted Nut, French C?'?
Swiss Cruerre Cheese. Jumbo Ripe Olive., Jumbo Stuffed Pirn
Ola. Malaga Raisins. SpanUh Nouget, Kmgan Own-Cure Hams,
Virginia Hams, W.tertown Stuffed Geese. Gertn.n Cervealte.
Salted Almonds, Pecans and Peanut, KraU' Candy in all sires and
made expressly for fancy trade.
PAY US A VISIT TODAY AND SEE A LINE OF FANCY AND
STAPLE GROCERIES THAT WILL BE A REVELATION TO
YOUoVr STOCK OF FANCY WINES AND LIQUORS IS GO
LG FAST ORDER NOW.
We Deliver to All Part of the City.
Extra Thone Service to Take Your Orders Promptly. Our Store Will
IUs Closed tnnsitnas way. urucr
PROMPT SERVICE. PENNY CHANGE. PERSONAL ATTENTION.
Jimmy Dunn, th upstairs elothlsr,
open evening until Christmas. Ore
gonlaa bids, third floor. -Adv.
S.S. NORTHERN PACIFIC.
Due to dlay S. 8. -Northern Paclfle
scheduled to Pall Saturday. Dec. Zi. will
sail Sunday. Dec. I. Adv.'
Mr. Lena Dower Dead.
nOiiKBt'li'J. Dec. SI. (Special)
Mr. Lena Flower, aced (t. and sine
a reaidant of Douglaa County, dtd
.. th home of her daughter. Mrs. Kate
Best Business Reference
. Anyone Can Have Is a Bank Book
It establishes confidence at once and
is the evidence of thrift and good habits.
Any young man with a bank book has
the best letter of reference.
, OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY
The United States National Bank
the remainder of their Christmas relief
Impromptu speeches were called for
and everyone had a chance to give his
views on the Christmas spirit. Edgar
S. Hiifglus acted as cHairman of the
day. Lom Zan sajig and the Ad Club
miortA, vmvm l.V,r I MftleCtiOnS.
It was decided that, for the sake of
more gooarellowsnip, ine ratmocu .
the club should be knowin hereafter by
their first names among their fellow
CARD OP THAXKS.
Mrs. William G. McLeod and family,
and brother of the late William G. Mc-
T 1 .a..L. . W..nLr Iriolp msnV frlndl
ijTUU v 1IH IV i ties. ii rv v -J T
for th kindness and eympathy, shown
tnem a u 1 1 n k in iiico w . '
hn,kinH rthr and brother, and fur
the beautiful riowers received. Adv.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our appreciation and
gratitude for the many kindnesses and
favors bestowed by our many friends
during our bereavement. Sincerely.
Adv. J. A. AND G. A. DOWL1XG.
Label Contest Results
For $404 in Gold
Name and address Prise
Helm and Esther Grablll. 41s Kott
Irwin Foslln. 39 East Seventh atraet
8. Bartle. 750 Hoyt street
u.nPV rnrk.n iiTS WiiiiamB avenue
Carl Munson. U34 Michigan avenue..
Henry IV;rry 109 uooanougu ouuuiua
Mra. E. C. Wright, LJnnton. Or
J. W. Hutchlns. 1010 Schuyler street.
Helen Currier, 1005 Eaat Twenty-fUth
Trla Kehata. J41 Harrison street
Mrs. CJ. Therton, io Union avenue N.
Johnny Nix. 4H Harrison
Mrs K. Wangeman. S4 Fourth atreet
uarr r.. ruueii, o. " .
Mra. W. D. Zlegler. 1S84 Union avenue
K X. Koy. 15S East Seventy-sixth
rlla -Zahn. 122 SVest Webster
Mra. Burt belcamp. Linnton. Or.....
C. D. Henry. 3K0J 53a sireei o. c...
Brsale Hurnott. 10':0 Clackamas
D. C. Loop, 11-9S Macadam
Mrs. Elta HlrshU-rg, Bellwood
Mrs. ij- f. Amon, i.i u u lu i,
Nettle Elbun, 502J 5tn atreat.... ..
Alice Welsh. 51 Alblna avenue..'...
Him Kalbon. 757 Mississippi
Mra. W. Loeb, "U2 Marshall
Rose City Hotel. St. Jonna
E M. Bowe, SOI North Twentieth...
if,-. T tM.uai. 13 Division
Apnea Darby. lZ East Eugene
wtiuam r luiwr, iu .-.ui lu c .v. j . . .
George Aua:ed. 7T Union ...........
Mra. H. Hazel. l- r.ai r onj-iu .
h.nh. fiwifL Zf't in avenue S. E. .
Ksa Ryder. 741' Overton
Mr. H. H Wagner, 710 Eaat Ash
Judith Miller, lSS East Hist N.......
J B. Johnson, 499 East Ninth N
Ella Mover. 14 Broadway
Mra. I. Kiildu'I, 414 East Seventh S.
Hsxel Brewer, mij vuican...
Mrs. Wage, i7 East Yainhill
Mra. J. W. Harrington. 0i Clatsop
Ed, Wilson, 300 Wgnt atreet
Mra. O. E. Little, 43i Margaret avenue
tieorge Assliuos. Ill Tyler
t)cr Ertler. 30i East Fifty-first.
Mrs V. l. Sawyer. 4:4 t-iay street..
Mildred Thompson, JT0 East 41th....
Mrs. M. Kroet. 19 East 9th North..
Maraaret Lette. Linnton, Or
Mary A. Parker. 7u North Hayea..
C. Rlckman. 10:5 Tillamook....
Lydla Shuita. 27 Tillamook
Marlon Tompkins. :zl 4th street..
n .1 - L-.I.L. , 1 7 ( ' L n TM ii n
Thomas' WIMlamsoni SiO Karl street..
Mrs. C. E. A Hiker. 5 .ast liinfun.
RalDh Werthheimer. J1t Nonnrap
Mrs. B. Reif, 614 Qulmby. .......... .
Margaret O' Donald, it North ICtn..
.. tfahn, u r.asi. nmei
p. Farrelley. 1:3 East :9th N...
-s H Dolpb. 401 Eaat Eighth N...
Mrs. Cleaver. 1434 Albina
Richard (lenlls. :4 I'ortor
Mrs. A. H. Glcsy. H Mlnneaota ave.
Mrs T. A. K-nilrlck. 4-I.T East Ankeny.
Mrs. P. U Axling. 1JS3 iania. . . . .
Mrs. C. J. Devereaux, l"i West Em-
Carl Cederquist, 118 Willamette
Mrs. Bruner. 1106 Woodstock avenue.
Mra. FralL 1003 Willamette boulevard
Mra. M W. Fisher, 1133 Michigan
aven ua .-
Mrs. W Dyer 1145 Cleveland avenue
Mlea Grace Green. 611 Morrison
IR-len Hosklns. Donald. Or
Maine Hlllberg. 33" Park street
Harry King. 19S3 EaM Stark
A McPherson. tSO East Madison....
m Vir, Uirva. 713 Hood street...
Edward Nordstrom, 4l Eaat 11th N.
Lena Stuckle, 904 Overton
Mrs J. Salm 49 East Morrison
Corene wllkinsoa. 704 Elhty-thlrd.
w. wieamaier, ijt j .iuj
Andrew Walker, 48 Flanders
. . . t. - . .. tVilll.tn..
George Walmsk--y. 941J S3d ayenue...
Arthur Townsend. box 33, Plymouth,
Mrs. E. Zygonskl. 1299 Greeley
Leona Converse, Z4 tiroiawir
Kloth Harrlman. 10S Floral avenue..
M" Mso, 7'ii Tacoma avenue
Mrs W. R. Cummings. 24 East 76th
Margaret 8. Cooledge. 0 Lovejoy...
Mra J. C. Hanson. 4g Alberta
Ed Nudelman. 9S1 East 21st North..
take pleasure in informing all dealers
and the public that they have been suc
cessful in securing the agency for the
and will be prepared to supply all deal
ers and the trade generally, either from
stock in Portland or in Carload Lots di
rect from San Diego to all points in
Oregon, Idaho and Southern and East
ern Washington, promptly and on short
"H0PSKI," according to the fore
most Academy of Fermentology in
America, is positively the best Malt and
Hop beverage containing less than
ONE-HALF OF ONE PER CENT OF
ALCOHOL yet produced, and is unani
mously pronounced a Beer substitute of
incomparable merit and therefore the
most successful seller yet produced on
IT'S GOT THE PEP."
Place your order NOW. Phone .or wite
105-107 Twelfth Street.
Telephones: Main 211, Home A 1004.
' The objectionable chaff is tcJcen
out of Schillings Best before the
coffee is ground into even bits and
packed into airtight tins.
The tins seal-in all its goodness
and keep-out neighboring, odors.
These tins are revolutionizing the
They have made it economical
to use fine coffee.
Entire Stock of the
F. A. TAYLOR CO.
Eleventh and Alder,
Must be sold at once.
House Furnishings and Decorations
Get a substantial Christmas Pres
The Right Liquor at Right Prices
Leroe Brandy. Coge. France bt. LB0
Hennessey 3-.tar Cognac France, .bot
Blackberry.Aprlcot Brandy Cordlal.bou 0
Par-ex. Monarch Hobby WnisKy not.,
SUro?brxkprep'an,db HaTlbi- fir V tV 0c
tor 2 "bottles; 4 bottles we prepay.
: IS inh&u,;n:: : 5
$4 00 wJckberrV. Apricot, feach. !--'
U. Kcklund 123 First St., Portland, Or.
S.Hi 5m tilled same day as received.
&Z$riu2rm era Prep exDreaa.
The Y. M. C A.
will fit any ambitious young man
or woman for hiph-class positions in
Bookkeeping-. Stenosraphy and
To men this includes valuable
athletic, aquatic and membership
privileges, although tuition cost is
less than elsewhere.
Phone Main 70B5, A 6561
Our class in public speaking is
eiving great confidence and com
mand of language to its members.
The cost is small.
All Claaara Start January 3.
GEAKV A'I JONES S.TBEETS.
Fireproof. Ownership Manasemeni.
Oflenna accommodation, equipment an
location not surpassed in ban Franclaco.
Direct car service to all entrances to air.
LvO to $3.60 per day. Take Unlserssl Bas
at our expeuae or Municipal atreetcax wita
,ut chela. tMember Official Expo. Hotas
Burau. send tor booklet.
WANTED, CHAIRS TO CANE BY
SCHOOL FOR BLIND
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
MR. J. L ..MYERS. MAIN 548
V-CaT diamond. I Hi. Mala 114a
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