Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, December 25, 1915, Page 8, Image 8

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WITH what Jeyec plrtl th Mi
lt tot will rU thi Chrlatma
day to find all to mrvtou
r !f: that ty yar4
for during month past! And what
b ttr disappointment l many hearts
to ! to A Ml and lonely day.
fuTad wits) snemarle sad longings! fo-
ciaty I g-'t gtve Itself
tlrty to th wee Bnt(i of their
famllUa. many prominent miroo key
ing arrma4 for big fml!y parties, la
which the ehlldra eSa- Urge:. Wr
rinsent. ef nan. I t: rdr ef th
day. end the brllliaatly llchte4 tree
In the coir home ef oelty will ba
trcl4 wt!a a gladaom. frotlcklng
group af toH'.ioi youta-
T wedding wtll tahe place today,
frit tSet af Mis Mabel r.igs. dimin
utive aa4 charming bruntt. popular
society end la musical rirelea. Kdwerd
Tvlr Stargaoa to ba lb brirlaxroom.
Ta brl4-ict wilt b attenda. by
h-r Utr. Mia tU r.igx. wttb llt
t a J a a McCrakeo at rwr girl
r.ioa Wi'.Ur win act aa bt maa and
T'r. Job IC. Boyd wtll p-rform th er-
moer. which will ba read at tha rirt
Praibytartaa Chur-h. and will ba fol
lowed y reception at tha bma cf
tha br1l rar.nl. Mr. aa4 Mr. Pranks
n.'gg. la Vial-lei strat.
At tba First tn rrationl Otorch
the wadding of Mia Iwrothr Walton
aad U14 Klnlr Br wt!l t
(Iw at t ciock. Tb brlda-alrct la
t Caahtr af Ml. an4 Mra. Wxarlca
WaJcoa aa4 tba "U l tba aot
naoM af a R4 CoIXt rrmnr. both
yaa paopla bta la tba jrduatin
claaa Ut Jaa.
a a a
Ura. J. V. Baaea asl aoa VaraoU
wfea kaw baaa la California far aoma
ltmv ! rrara4 aa4 ara aia
4oa:cl.4 at Alxan4--a Court.
a a
Vr. aa4 Mr TV. P. r!troa aa
ratviraat ta rort:n4 aftar a tbraa
KM' atay la itoatbara California.
aal baa taka apartments at ilu.t
aaataa ICotal tor tt latrr.
Kra, tfa Ifihon. of Ilarna. Or, for
BMrly Vi.a Vlrda talla. af Tortland.
i yiJt:a kor paranta. Mr. aa4 Mra.
T. tL W.Ua, I'acif'.c atroaL
a
Tka Fortlnd raa-H::nte Aaocla
ttaa wi'l koll Ita annual luecbaoa at
llaeat H'Bna Waaaaday at DM. AH
aa-tl:lalc Biabr ar nrr4 ta at
fnt. aa well aa eo;tra Ktrla bomo for
tka ha;tJara. Mua Maurloa McAdim.
praal laat of tba rrt:ai I branch. "I I
rratda mai latro4ue tba apaakara.
Haaraeioaa for taa Ija'baan may ba
ma 4 lrouib tka aartouo aororttiaa or
tr talapbaalBC Vara l:Jma. taat
a a a
Mra. rman4 V. Fatitona. of FMtUa
raianblA. accorfraeia4 by hr boa- f
aaaal aa 1 JounX log, tl!ftjr4 nmal.
U ataltisc in tbla etty durln tha
trUcaM boll.Jay. Mrs. flataron will
ka at koma ta bar i'oi I'orttand
frUa4a at tha raMane ef bar bralber.
l.raat I'arcy tora.
a a
Mian Katbartn R. - hSa'. d.aib
tar ef Mr. as4 Mri Charlaa J. rfc Da
na L. la kotna from Ta:o Alto. Cal ta
paaa tba bo4'4ar.a"a. Mlao bVbaabal
I a )aalr la tha a-bxl of tha Miaeae
lUrttr, formar'.y ef f'ortlan.
a a
Mr a-1 Mra. ft. XV. Ratrba . af
Till: lret ara ho;Hr (( of
.Vl-a. H. KaBat at kar koma In Irrma:
tan. )(. Kunterhe: iMtt Kabatl
waa a f?rmr t'ortlaat rlrl aad kar
rveny f-laa4a ara antartalalnf fear ax
laaa.vXr. a a e
rm ef ckant bty-lncltna4 ma
taauk who ara mrmbara ef a aaartnc
rfaa baa i -4 by M.a l:a !cn4r. Ura
Harry MTr. Mra Fait HikD ao4
Mra. f. .ibrtr. bar tkaa rbarsa
of tka cntHr-n atr h In tba dirfarant
haapttala and Kin aarh ena a Cbrtat
mM ateklnc fl'l4 wttk Icy, fruit
aad m aubatncial f t.
a a a
Abjobc tba many bom aCFtlra nf thl
waaa a tb party stvaa by Mr. ant
Mra. Ban Ctrfmale at tbalr koma. i:
Nnrtb Ctcbtranta itrI. jiunlay an
lr( ta kuar ef tha btrthly ef tbir
at, FYnacta Wara. Th- koaaa araa
darata4 with hellr tr.4 Oncoa rapa
and aaroattora. Tka nmn a aa
ptaaad aritb carda ant mualc. after
wfetcfe a eupper rr94. Amnni
taoaa araaatit vara: Maaars. and Maa
Umea J. t. Abranta. ol It. Harris.
Harry ft. lioUman. .Vta 'iarfinkla.
P. riacbar. Alaxaad'r Fraadman.
Jiaapa Weol, a. Koaaaat'ln. U.
man. BaaJ.amia lub'n Albort Millar.
H. U. Abratn.a. tl. Wroaa. I'.anjamtn
nman. Ura. II. Mul.r. Ura A. M
A ran a. of Poi-t, Idabo: Ura. P. I'arl
n ao. Ura. M. Mtr'-na. Mra. J. ;lrL
Mra. L Lararanaon. M a.a Mjmm brown.
lta Fanay lrlmn. Norman I. Car
fa a la. Fraact IMwtn larftnkla aad
Mr. a4 Ura. Ii-njarmn Uarfinkla.
a a a
M!aa Rarria're M. Copaland ka ra
turaad koma afar a tbraa tnontna' trip
tnroaab Soatharn and t:a.tarn cltlaa,
a a ef wnu-bi aha pejead la Naw
X ara OtF-
a a a
M art ar Fdr F Car9nbta aatar
tAla4 a aumhar ef bta bey frlanda at
a tnaatar party t-r4ay In celabra
t a ef hla IJch birthday. aftr wblcfe
a itcaa .r-a at tba llaa
Aaonf tbo praant ware
t aln4 Lewaivoa, Mi'irira kraaklla.
T.d-.y rartraaa. Alfred TUJar. Alfrad
inoa. Nortom 5imon. Albert Ilarmaa.
I'aal r,rrva. HaroIJ Millar. Jarok Itola-rr-an.
Drual Markewita and Kdwya F.
'artln kl. Ty ware clapereraa4 bj
Mr. V. c.rfla:.
a a
r.rsr'EE. tfjha. rv. Sr-
b a Mary B rr aad Anma Hal-
aroa vara mrrt-d bar Vadaaalay
at M!a Piurye home. R. Mr.
-V of lae Consraxxtioaal Oiarca.
rrrarm41 tka U ! caramaay.
rtar lla waddtny a t ne dlnnar waa
.ri4 el whir J ptatae war eat.
iaa bat raiallvae aad clean frlaada
war praaaau
a e a
R'iJetj K. Kranaaa. ef Pat ArV-
filttrel falXt, c" : f "rata, la patn
t Scl.-'ty w.tt era parent. Mr. aoj
lira J. K. Ka-.
a a e
Mlaa Katharine Creham praa:5d at
e cnarirnntf informal d'nrar party
Tlir0'a Biaht la k""r f Miaa !.
b!t Maclaar. w wi:l laav torrer.
r far York ta paae Mitrtl
w Mix
POPULAR DESIGN FOR ICE SPORT WRAP.
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Tbla saaaoa'a akatlnc eoatumea excel anythln that haa yet coma to
the fore la faahiona for thi a port. Aad one ef tb moat popular lnnoaUooe
la that ef the "Cbla Chin" collar. The picture abowe LouIj BoUU The bat
la ef white veionr trimmad wit black seal.
ef real eatiafactioa oat of life than
many laaa happily situated.
"I wl0 1 couid take a walk to
dar " the woman wi iirltlm.
"Why don't yooT" my friend asks.
"ih. I nual Iron. Or I tnual eweotv
Or iker le aneadina; to do," the woman
will rtpty.
-Hoar wi:i I ever tret through this
darr another time aba sijThs.
-What have you ot to doT tny
friend wtll ask la surprise, seeing the
wr l ordered booaa.
"I he ta market ard the eeller bas
ta b stratchteaed up and 1 have to o
oer my houaa-planta and arraone tbern
in the bay wiedoer diHarenUy.' Har
fac Is a picture of trouble.
-Why don I yo let your mrktttn
and your diahwasbtos: and your duatlnc
wait and no take a walk this heavenly
tnirntnr my friend will exclaim
sometimes.
-What woolJ the aelchbora think?"
Is the woman's horrified rejoinder.
Wig ewne that woman?
toa she own herself and her time?
Or le she owned by pots and panp and
scrubblna bruahss and broom and
public opinion?
one se4 not o to the other extreme
and dlacard all svstem In bouse-keep-ln
or all retard for the Tlew of tkose
about u. lut should on b so com
pletely tied hand aad foot by tba
household, ma'-hmcry or by fear ef
what ethers will say. If one do soma
thine out of the beaten track?
We may not be owned by wash tubs
and Iron aad the "busybody" class of
our neix-nbora. Put we may be under
the domination of ether thine.
Jast now aoma of us ara owned by
our entTasement pad. W look at It
acbaat at the thtnf It chronic! for
ua to d j. W slab for a rr.lnute of
urn for curclea. for a minute to
think. eo to rest. Hut It relentless
ly lash ua from on affair to another
and w obey It en the btsb I'll.
Mark it I some health dictum that
owns u. We can't eat this. We
mustn't do that. We fear to ro yonder.
The world U fair but Its fairness It
not for as.
It may ba our boslncaa that owrs ua
er er cblldran or our relative. But If
w find ourselves la the Dntal con
dition ef tbt woman, worried and
troubled and wanting ta (t mora an
jeymeat out ef life yet faillt to do
so. let aa sa It we ara owned by
sometblBsr whcee ownership Is aot
leaitimate.
It will not da us any harm, will It.
I - jqpt who er what Is at the betra
runrunc oor Uvea? We may end that
iruotiaequentlal tblr.gs ara making u
m:s mucb ef whet Is gool anl pleasur
able la eVer-Maa- ItvlnaT.
JUSTICE KELSO ACCUSED
HltWAlKIE COIBT DECLARED TO
BE BLOCKING APPEAL.
Snapskots
Wi kal Oasa teal
Armnii wa ta:;m ra ef a
amu ke kal met la a suburban
.a aha waa harried and worried and
,.rH ti (at llttl eat ef life.
r - -a -no thoeja aal wealthy has
a itrtiinf llttl borne and a i'.t
. ...i' income ta live en. lhe aa kar
b.ioK. and f'.ewer and muale aad the
i hi circle of frtaad ik aa eae
-itaa la a rural eewnuaity. One
an.r.. i mink that key t'fa. though It
n...nt not b x.-lt.a. would ba full
t .n I plaasuraa aa i i al enjoy-
SPant.
Hut arv f-c4 ears It ra pot. 0be
sat ta aciiia teinl lo (at far leas
PUBLIC OFFICES TO CLOSE
Ira Will Itrmala) al Tosta Irlpg
(lirlttmu Celebration.
Public buslees wi3 le way to the
Cbrlatma clbratoa todsy. All Fed
erat. state, county and city offleaa wl!l
ba rloeed. save one er ls which must
be hept open f.'f err.srf enetes. police
d'parteseat and PherlTs efTlc.
The court have ell adjourned aatll
Monday, aad verl base gone aver
entll Jsnuary 1. having completed
their calendars. The grand Jury will
Bieat aaala lata al weak ta finish up
It. a-naai for the month. Ha final
r.prt may ba eubraltted aetl Friday.
Tan aoi-tru bttla were tetum4 7
tarvlsy before It null for the dsy.
llrarKlrcger knapan-f. ftBPTwadrra.
At-HAXT. Or, N'- :i !pclU
l..m thai he wee wanted ctl a
char ef al'lnc 1'iaor n violation of
tb local option law. Fraacts Ward,
of A Panr. app-ared before Justice of
the peace Saa yesterday afternoon
and gave bends for bis appearance In
tha C.rewlt Coort. With several others
.rkna raaaS have been disposed of al
ready. Ward waa lndi-td by the grand
lory early tbla menta. naai e. users
went ta arrest bin ba could aot be
located aad no trace of him was ob
tained until he appearea yeeterasy.
limit Jadge Caaspbcll Craata lajaaa
tla Rearralnlaar Caaatekle Frees
Escrwtlng Js'dgascnC
OREGON CITT. Or, Pee. J. (fpe
clal.) Charging that J. R. Kelso. Jus
tire of the I'eace at Hllwaukle. refuse
to make proper entries In his court
docket and a transcript of tha case to.
aa atDcal. Joe Odermatt and John
dercaig. both pf Mllwaukla. today laied
a suit la the Circuit Court namlrV the
Justice. Constable Reed. John Miller
aad MHo C. King, an attorneybe de
frndant.
Miller flle4 a ult against Odermatt
In Justice Kelso'e court anrl obtained
a Judgment for f ITt.40 and tzt.ii coat.
King waa hla attorney In the set ton.
LKlermatt desires to appeal the casa
to tha Circuit Court and isert that
Justice Kelso will not take the steps
neceaaary to carry the eaaa higher. To
day he procured a reatralnlng order,
signed by Circuit Judge Campbell, en
joining Constable Keed from selling
Odermatt' property to satisfy ths
Judgment. Further, ha aeks for aa or
der compelling Justice Kelso to take
tha neceaaary legal tcpa In his court
for an appeal.
LINN GRANGES PLAN WOR?
Committee) Named to Carry On Two
of Fire Investigations
A LB A N'T. Or, Pec. 14 fSpeclal.)
Linn County Grange will canter their
efforta next year on five subject: Co
operation, taxation, agriculture, gooa
roada and drainage. This waa decided
upon at a meeting of the Linn County
Pomona Grange, which la composed of
representatlvea of each of tha aubordl
nate Orange.
Voder tb direction of the Pomona
Grange, a committee of three will be
named to make a special Investigation
of each subject. The committee on co
operation cooslst of R, Houston, of
Knox' Putt: r. JC. Freenkarn. of
ShedHa. and E. !(. Allen, of Tangent,
and that on drainage being formed of
Dr. A. W. Carmark. who Uvea near
Albany: O. IX Harris, of Lanon. and
Ferry Parker, of Albany.
YAMHILL WANTS EXPERT
Taxpayer Vota Fund to
Ccmnty Agrtrwlttirlst.
fircure
M MINVVIIJ.fi. Or, Pec. 31 f.re
ctal At a largely attended meeting
o( Yamhill County taxpayers here to.
day. It was voted to spend I1S0 of the
county funds fr one-balf the expenae
aeeaaeary to c-btatn a county agricul
tural. The slat will pay the other
half of the expense
Farmers from all part of tb county
were present. It was a gathering rap.
reaentattvo of all clasaea. There was
only one ailsaentlog vote.
It was announced that Josephine and
Uiltnomah County taxpayer recently
voted to eustala half tha expense of an
agriculturist.
TV I dove Arrrpla 9X000 iKmifrt,
PASCO. Waah- Pee. 3 1 fFpeelat .
In tha Superior Court here yesterday
tha rasa of Gertrude Ree4rr vs. the
Northern Pacific Hallway Company was
settled for 1144. Mrs. Keener sued
for fjO damsgea tor the death of
her husband, who was killed Heptem
bcr at LJnd when an automobile
la which Mr. Keedcr aad T. J. Woodard
ware drlvicg waa rua lot and both
no killed.
Christmas
At
Hotel Multnomah
Wonderful Table d'llote Dinner, 5 to 8
G. Colletti and Orchestra
Entertainers
Diners and those holding invitation cards to
our regular Hotel Dances are cordially in
vited to the Ballroom for dancing from 9
until 12 P. M.
The Ballroom has been beautifully decorated
with holiday decorations.
MANY PUPiLS ABSENT
nrman REPORT IHOWI IN
CREASE AND CRIP I BLAMED.
Total for Tbla Week; Exreeala November
Br M, aad Figure Were Cea
aldered Mark Tea High.
Whether or not tha grip that baa
been prevalent In the city for the pait
month Is to blame. It I a significant
fact that the school hav suffered
from a decided decrease In attendance
la tha month of December over the
previous month. To be exact, out of
tl school, the number from which
average dally attendance for the
month hav been compiled. It ha bean
found that the average dally absences
have Increased by just 0 pupils over
the month of November. Whatever rea
son may be assigned to the decided do
crease In the attendance It la a fact
that the decrease ha been general and
school that report In normal time an
average dally absence for the month
of but two persona, show In tha reports
that have Just been handed to tba su
perintendent of schools that their ab
sence hav climbed a high aa 10 a
dsv for tha month.
Tha rsnort of th principal ef all
ths Portland schools for tha month of
December, with the exception of four
or five, have been handed to the. City
Superintendent of Schools. From these
report It Is ascertained that tba aver
age daily absence percentage In all tha
schools la still rising. During tne
month of November there were reported
absent from al schools Investigated, a
total of Zi pupils per day, and that
figure Is. according to the statements
of eeveral principles, much too large.
During the month of Decern rer a
dally average of absences totals for
the same al schools Hi pupils, and the
end of the month showed a greater
average dally absence than any oih
part of tha month, demonstrating th
the wasre of exaggerated colds has n
reacLarj Its peak.
:0UPLE WEDDED 50 YEARS
Orrgtjn ex-Rrildpnts Celebrate) An-
nlveraarv at Klabcr. Wash.
CHEHAUS. Wash, cf :-(Spe-clal.)
Today at the Graf-go Hall at
Klaber Mr. and Mrs. P. 11. P.oundtree.
well-known and reapected pioneers of
Lewis County, celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.
Round tree have heen residents of Lew
is County since 1S5S. They were mar
ried In Polk County. Oregon. Mr.
lioundtree's maiden name being Miner
va Cooper. For the past 4 year.
excepting for occasional visits to their
home at I'aclflo Iieach. xir. and Mrs.
Roundtree have resided continuously
on the beautiful Chehalls Valley farm
which Mr. Koundtree pre-empted t
year ago.
Heventy guests were present at in
dinner.
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(TED
H. PAULHAMUS INV
EI ma. FmltgTowerg and Merchants
Flan Mass Meeting.
rtiFTfAf.iH Wuh. Pee. 34. (Spe
cial.) ""ha Elma Fruit and Produce
Association haa Joined the juercnani
Association of that place In obtaining
iv tr iaiiihamiia of Puvallun. to ad
dress a mass meeting of fruit and berry
growers at the high school auditorium.
Last season tha association supplied
Cbeballa dealers largely with berrle.
hipping th rest of their output to
Aberdeen. Seven hundred ar.d ninety
nine crate of eirawberrles were han
dles at an average of II. 13 a crate ana
191 crates of raspberries brought n
average of fl.lt. and 7 crate of
lorana everaaed 74 ftita each, two
crate of currants bringing $1.25 each.
A total of 1173 crate of berries
brougut tl4t.7.
COLVILLE HIGHWAY SOUGHT
Okanogan County Mar Build Roads
Thro nr;h Reservation.
OKANOGAN, Wash, Dec 34. (Spe
cial.) A unique and attractive feature
of the opening of the Colvllle reser
vation will greet the homesteader on
that portion of the lands in Okanogan
County if the plans of the County com
niissloners and engineer materialise.
Applications to the Department of
the Interior for right-of-way on 300
miles of publio highwaya were for
warded to Washington today. If Oka
nogan County Is successful, so far as
Is known here, thi portion or tne (oi
ville reservation will bo the first large
body of publio lands opened to entry
with a comprehensive system or man
ways ready for the settler's use.
"JOHN DOE" IS ARRESTED
SlterUf Expects to Identify Wound
ed Holdup Man..
"John Doe," th holdup who was shot
at Multnomah Station Wednesday
morning early by J. D. Stewart, the
operator there, and who Ilea in Good
Samaritan Hospital, was formally ar
rested yesterday on a warrant issued
by tha- District Attorney's office on a
complaint sworn to by a special agent
of the railway company.
It charges th unidentified patient
with burglary not In a dwelling. The
process will not be served until the
wounded man gets well enough to go
to jail.
herifT Hurlburt said last night that
he thought he would have sufficient
evidence within the next few day to
reveal the identity of the man.
cVlKA)
probV
FATAL SPAN DEFECTIVE
Portland Expert Declares Steel In
Spokane Bridge Was Poor.
E. Wuh, Deo. 34. Tho mot
causa of th collapse of the
DlvislofTaatreet bridge here last Satur
day In wKV;h five men were killed, was
the breaking of the lower chord eye
bars, due to poor material, according to
a report made today by John W. Cun
ningham, of Portland, who examined
the wreckage for the Coroner.
The report say tb material wa in
ferior at the time the bridge wa built
In 1893 and it us would have been lm
Drbbable under proper engineering In
spection. After tb erection, however,
says the report, no reasonable Inspec
tion could have shown the cause or
the failure.
Attorney Convicted of Assault.
I.EWTSTON. Idaho. Dee. 34. (8pe
laL) The case of the State of Idaho
Attorney J. C. Applewhite, charged
with an assault upon W. C. Brooks
was heard yesterday In Lewlston, and
verdict waa" rendered In favor or tne
plaintiff.
Maker of Home Booze Arrested.
KELSO, Wash., Dec 34. (Special.)
When he wa caught dispensing a
variety of home-made whisky to
patron. Jack H. Dcmpier, of Wood
land, confessed, to Bheriff Studebaker,
f this eountv. that he wa doing a
ASK FOR and GET
HORLICK'S
THE ORIGINAL
MALTED EVIILK
Okasp rabstitntcs cost TOO" same price.
This Baking Powder
Is Different
Immediate RAISIN'O a soon the
powder come in contact with the
moist dough, and sustained raising
until the food la baked, make
CRESCENT
Baking Powder
a sure factor in railing th dough.
TOl'R CROCTR CAJf 8CPPI.T
tor,
25t lb.
CnESCEXT WO. CO- SEATTLE,
Washington,
1 FAMO"iSfi8A fffiTEK
'0. A B I RstU Hi aa" w
imJK HEALTH a
WINTER RESORTS
Spend the Winter in California
iTZIAGE WEEKLY TEMPEKATCBES OF LEADING CALIFORNIA RE
BORIS FOB WEEK ENDIXCa SATTRDAT, DECEMBER 18. 19 U
Max. Ml a. Mean.
Los Angeles (0 I
Pasadena 68 3
Santa Barbara... (1 43 tl
Oal Monte 47 B4
Venice l 40 01
an Francisco..
Long Beaeh....
Ocaan Park....
Arrowhead . . . .
Max. Mln. Mean.
IS 4T 6t
(4 44 61
CI 40 61
0 4i tl
(TEMPERATURES CHANGED WEEKLY)
HOTEL DEL MONTE
THE GOLFER'S PARADISE.
POLO, GOLF, tennis, bathing:, fishing, boating, motoring
and horseback riding are a few of the countless diversions
the Winter visitor may enjoy at the matchless Del Monte,
California's resort beautiful.
Situated on tne nistoric Br or Monterey, izo
.miles south of San rancisco. wonaertui ii
mile drive through some of the most beautiful
and picturesque country found on the American
continent. American plan. Write for folder and
ratea. CARL STASLEV, Manager.
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FAMED FOR ITS HOSPITALITV,
TUIS HOTEL LIVUS IP TO ITS
GOOD SAME.
Midst scene of mountains, sea
and marts, the Virginia blends these
alluring features into a pleasurable
hotel home. Here your comfort is antic
ipated here serenity reign supreme.
American clan. Absolutely fireproof.
Fast electric service from Los Angeles.
20 miles away, r oller.
WILLIAM P. XESTLE, Mgr.
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REGAIV
HEALTH
THE DEHOHTFCL WAT,
REST Awn RECUPERATE HERE.
Enjoy Arrowhead's wonderful benefits.
Its exhilarating, crisp mountain air.
the marvelous curative properties of
its waters and hatha and the lascinai-ing-
scenery. California's most con
spicuous health resort famous for its
natural dl-sodlum arsenate steam cave
baths and radio-active tnud baths.
Easily accessible. 60 miles from Los
Angeles. Illustrated folder free.
ARROWHEAD SPRI.GS, CAL.
VENICE
"The Coney Island of Western America."
Southern California's fun canter. Attrac
tions galora. Largest variety of dlvaralona.
Plenty of Invigorating sunahina. Clean, aan
Itarv anvlrona Hammoth aalt water plunge.
Quaint Italian canals. Safeat beach. Splen
oma note;, uw winter raica. jaacripuva
literature on ranuest.
VE'ICK HOTEL ASSOCIATION.
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SANTA BARBARA. CALJ. ttffifi
fireproof. ;!'!zzisiN3i
AMERICAN PLAN. EaH.J-r"
Callfornla'a (lncat t rf 'am ass 'V
nla of Dlctureaaue hotel
srchliecture. Superbly
located. Deiigntruny oirjerni.
Near th eeaan and beautiful foot
hills Flneat culalna. Voider.
E. P. DI Ny. lcaaea.
HOTEL TURPIN
'IX THE HEART OF THE CITY"
17 POWELL .T.. AT MARKET
SAN' FRANCISCO.
EVERY CONVENIENCE and COMFORT
Kl HOl'EAN PLAN. 1.60 and Vpward.
FREE Auto Bua Meela Tralna, Mnamer
Under Manatremetit ef A. W. TCRPIN
:los anceles
CALIFORNIA
4th and Ulll dta.
655 rootna, aacta avltb
pnval Datu. situ
ated in tha heart or
the city, near thealera, shops and H
plaeaa or attraction. .aa: ty accei
a.ble to beacn carllne. A atona'a
E3 throw from Central Park. Luxurious t
appointmant. perfeat aarvica: apien
did grill: European plan Tariff H
from tl-60. Write for folder. . U.
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Broadway at Seventh.
The center of shopping, bnelneas and
theatrical district. Finest downtown
location; 800 outride rooms, with rrl
vat bath. Rates tl0 up; Euro
pean plan. Naw management; na
dining-room, naw klicnen, "Tha hotat
of comfort and ervice."J. 11. l.snlser.
shim. Owner. Win. B. "-looa. ilgr.
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profitable business In this line, and Is
now held in the County Jail at Kalama
sValting trial. He made tha liquor
from a conroctlon of alcohol and other
Ingredients. He did not drinlt the
stuff himself, but kept a stock of good
bottled Koods for himself and friends.
He will plead guilty.
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1913
aker s
Ireakf ast Cocoa
The Food Drink Without a Fault
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Made of high-grade cocoa
beans, skilfully blended and
manufactured by a perfect
mechanical process, without
the use of chemicals; it is ab
solutely pure and wholesome,
and its flavor is delicious, the
natural flavor of the cocoa
bean. '
THE GENUINE BEARS THIS TRADE-MARK.
AND IS MADE ONLY BY
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
EatatlUhed 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
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