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THE MOnXIXG OREGOXIAy. TUESDAY, FEnKtTAKY 15, 191C.
rurDiR r tooit.
Woau i AavUiary North Tort
Uo4 CrkUI Clab. toala-ht.
t:ikr dparvo rrt
l.od Woiua'i Club. ' of
Vn)'Ttft 1111. 3 oeloch.
Ktni -mr'rrt-Taa-rar Aeri
lion. tootCii. ji ipriatnJnt Al
'Btnsil l'itl-Tthr A-
Utua t piuil le Club.
USrarv. J. 1C Maoo, p-
,:6rta Wetnaa Improvement
CIjI. Vir Scfiool. tr.leht.
11' bwi.dla. loalChL
Tti'idiT Afteraooo Oub. lo-
bicbi. with Mr. G. W. Tklr.
A.fcin llemaataad AuociBtloa.
3 IS; Jade Ualaaa. speaker.
I'uf.oo CSMt AMoclatloO. 1
AEtRTlHTAT farty combined with
a valaotiaa Ma a pretty
affair trday a-lv bI th
Bom cf a T. J Et riXleanth
trl North. fr Chapter A. 1 E. a
Nib ton! kom birthdays ern Jn
January, rabruarv and March acted b
feo:rtaa and cr eharstn7 whit
own decked wita h color character
istic of th various moBtti.
A -rat heart of rad fac4 la th
tbi ta tea dinlnir-rooro sad from
t-i calline war pBdd mtl rd
baart. I'rlnua l'.ofl and -raoer
war ! Al a -cfejrta"
cmatar ta f 4U wr served and
iTa heart for eh. whU-a they
paid at a tor eah rcttr aad r
cld la tarn tnlf kli
After luarbcea la, a-t left th
Valentin room for to prlB-li
drawins-rocta :i dacke.1 with daffodil
aid p'ir willow. whr a mulcal
rcrmm wa prtldal
Th -iW Boaor wb won br Mr. T.
J Ja-r. Tho woo Ubraid thrir
btrtsday and hoateaaa war: Mm IV
-. Vr, TSoroa ft KdwarJe.
Mem. J. C. trT. Mr vYUVaia Hull.
Mn a. II. Wardnar. Air. Oaor- A.
I ntirt. Mr. W. r. Oraar. Mi. C. B.
Iturtt. Mr. Wltr O. Xain.
a a a
TS rctr fnontblr touoly Inctltat
ef tB V". C. T ' t". wtU b a T-r4r
at at Laaralwood Mthoit
barch Mount ceft cartiaa. Th
prorom wlj laclud rral pa
rrawood rBrBl-TchT Aocia-
lion win m-l toaicht at o'clock at
t mr Soot. An Ubrt procramm
fca. baa a prrparL
Joha it. 9taaan will addraa th
r)!ltk.-4 i-4Br) Club at tha CaotrJ
library tua aftarBooa, oa "Tbo Wall
nii ar tlmwl oitur.l for th
Ttt. f r im' for tB cMl4 wlfr
b4r4 of tba rracoa l'oH of
ilotaar. whira will bo (! la th
tra:a. shoo aad hotala of f'ortland
);j!ar4r. Many promlnBt womaa ar
ualtad wi:h tft rtoa p,rBl-tacbar
circi asd ota.r cl4t that ar aaaUt-
in" lh ffVIBIBltt,
Th fTflO bfBB-h of th AUtlo
f Co::it Alumna wi.i rnt oa
turday ti rortiaad lllht cJub
tou Mr. N. J. LotBa IH
aa aJrr.a and Mm . Jai Burtocj
a hort UU. Tbl will b th mllrjf
BtpOBd OO BCCOUBt Of th ItorttV
vr T I m. rtu)i& a. rl ltiwnman aad
a mamNar of tha faculty of th Oren
Airl.-u!'or-U Collac la tn uptnmrai
cf tintlt.a. w a vlattor la Portland
f ir a faw dar. Mi waa th curat of
Mia Abbto WrtchL J
Talton Frk rrnt-Tarhar Aaxrla
ttoa will rsaat at S o"rlo; today for a
b'iln alcn. whi. h will b fol
lowed by th rlc- of rfrjbmnta.
a a a
Th Woman' Auxiliary of tha North
rortlnd Commarv-ial i"lu will maot
tonisht In th North t'ortlaad I'raach
USrary. Xaiportant buit. will b
rondirtad. All mambars aboutd b
praaaat. th officor advla.
a a a
i'r'"n rrBt-Tarhar Aaaoclatlon
ha ptponad It mti-i for w
and will aaaambl on V daaday. rb
ytn. Mltli K. TromWt. of th Child
Ijkbor Coraml.lon. wiltoak today at
3 i oclo.- at th maatina of I'cala
ula rarat-Tachr Ao;illon.
"What FortUnd "School Ar rln
will b tha ub!oet of a trottlcon
l-tira to bo ytraa by riuporlntrndaat
Al.).rmn at th motin of Krn
l'rant-Taarhr A-otltioo tortUht.
Muato will bo aa ari-lod attraction,
a a a
Aloha PycholoT Club wiy maat at
T.li oclo-k totilcht In Mora-aa
Tha Fhtpar dapartmant of th
Pnrtlfi n'omat'i Club will mt at 1
o'rMci ttwlay In Women of Woodcraft
1111. Mr Jolt C la liarra I ladr.
A-t IV. -Kln L r." and a rayw of
A. ta II and lit wtil bo tifdld.
Th Woman' Naw ThoochfClab will
maat oa WadBdav, with Mr. II. K.
Msour at bar rakloc. Tl Caat Main
treat. This I th maatiBC poatponad
a account of torni and. aa tbar will
bo th atactics of officer aad otbr
mcwury bui now. It I dlr4 thor
bo a full attandaac of mvmbor.
To mt to Bd for fro bt luoeh
for poor children la th pnbllo arhooU
and to brood-O th tfhln; of boclal
hciao la tha chool war dtcuod
at tha rC''ar mflnlhlr maafln; rf tht
fh boaatr m ewrry C!t tio
mmrmm mr pwiat afi4 U
,itr r-awtT tot
ml 1rr to t:rl.
1 WW r;o- Tore
alsa-o IJht. rllS
r, PrVco. cewnolot wl'.h
wrr an-4 dtmtnlaJsiaaJ mint,
rr fuw By in
I .' 1 1 A r t-1 J
i t Unl K. 1J C? !
' I wt Irrt StoTM.
PRESIDENT OF FLORENCE CRITTENTON ITOME. WHO IS WORKING
FOR SUCCESS OF BENEFIT PERFORMANCE AT UfciLiu
THEATER NEXT 31 ON DAY.
ai iTi" i.S il faS 1
Council of Parnt-Tachr Aorlatlona
Irlday atMh Library.
Tbo council otd to co-op rat with
the OrJo Social HylBo oclty In
rvroadln; propacanda at noonday tr. aat
Idi L. It. Aldarmaa. uporlotodot
of i-orUaad achool. apok.
a a a
Mi Ara It. Milan, chairman of
homo ecooomlca of th Fdratd Ctb
of Orason. 0'1 to the club th fol
I am aar for y to br th waak
f Marab t tl. aal aj:.Ia br tha Nalloa
la vvlr d li'aatshiat inola) ratard
li tso car aa4 aaai IB y. Tbl
la a pe-rtftlty far a la do obal I coa
t:4r la-ba th moat Irapartaat work for
tna yaor. II Biay ba aacaaaary far wa aa la
dividual rtab la cKaec aur plaa stlsatty.
bat r cof ao oa mar ba. I a -nail
num. ra9oa.: for iba aariet of a
Kb, t!f ar preal;n l: l.loaaa.
Aa Informal laneoln'a birthday dan-cine-
party In honor of tho -Jolly LXnan"
jtowlnc Club waa lo Haturcay nieni.
In th lrrln-toa Clubhou. Amon
tboao that attenlao; were:
Mr. and Mr. J. II. Abroy.
Mr. John Anderon. Mr. Harkman.
L'ortald A. Bourne. Mr. and Mr a. Hr
brt lloydn. It. Lloyd Ilrook. John
Cabahn. Mi Klhrln Cahalln. Mr.
and Mr. Jama Carnrr. John CaUier.
Mi. Maymo Co'.lln. Ml Orac Col
Una. Jama Iouharty. Miaa Douirherty.
m imfv Pranle Volar. Galnrl I-. r ord.
Vr. and Mr. C. L. C.ardlnar. Mr. and
Mr, ilralr. Mr. an 1 Mr. Jarome o.
Iloyu Mr. and Mr. Raymond D. Hoyt.
Mr. and Mr. IV. F. Irrln. Mr. Molll
Joboon. Joaaph U Kelly. Wltr K
Knlht. Miji C.-raldln Kirk. M! Po
PMa Lawftar. Ml fhrlatln Lawffr.
(Sua A- I.aw(T-r. Ml Nona Lawlr.
Mr. and Mr. Carl I-l. Mr. and Mr.
M J Lynch. Mr. and Mr. In J. Mahar.
Mr. Markay. Mr. L Nlrhol. J. P.
o-Conoor. Mr. and Mr. Harry Palmar.
Ralph C Parkar. Mr. and Mr. K. M.
Ri.a. tr. and Mr. Carl lloo. Dr. and
Mra. E. A. 8ommr. Mr. and Mr. Har
lay C. Pta. Mr. and Mr. Strahorn.
Mis Grc r Walah. John Walsh.
Kraiik Wbalan and Mr. and Mr. C U
The l:ik Woman' Club mat
ThurHy aftarnoon al tho Klk Tm
Pla. Th nrt mcetln; will be Thurs
day, whan brlda-o will be playad. All
women rclatlT ar Inrltad. Card
aama otarl promptly at 3 o'clock,
a a a
Mlsa MrrU Ahby. of Taeoma, who
cam- hare last weak to lnc In th
Apollo cow-art. pasaad yral day
with hrr motbar at Hotel Nortonla.
a a a
relta Delta IVIt Alliance will hold
their oast meetln tomorrow at the
residence of Mr. Homer Jmlam.
Commercial btraet. at J.J o'clock,
a a a
IJeutanant Hanry Adair, stationed at
Tort i:than Allan. Vermont, arrived la
Portland today for a few week' -Lieutenant
Adair haa coma to Port
land owtne; to th lllne of Ma mother.
Mr. Pamual Adair, who I at Good
Norman Ropo. of Ralnaw. Mlctu. r
lurnad to Portland lat week after an
extensive trip I the Kasl.
SIIimi Fmma Berfrm. IHlen Ber
strom and llanna BerMfo. from
llappner. Or, hoe been sTuests of Mr.
May Encborc. ly trat. th paatweek.
A lea year party will b a-eo by
the women of Knlehts cf Pythl on
Krbmary S3 at the Knlirht of iTthlaa
Kail. All member and friend ar In
vited to attend.
Mrs. A. O. Baxker left Fatuday for
a vi.ll to her uter In Florid for
about two month.
Congratulation ar heme showered
npon Mr. and Mr. C Kuriftilt. of
Iiell Court apartment, on the arrival
of a daughter, born February 11.
C. N. PbaiT rj1 daughter, of
Portland, ar amona; patron at Hotel
Vlra-lol. Lone Beach. Cal. They ar
maklna- aa extended visit In Southern
California. Other arrival al that re
tort hotal durlna- th rest wak In
eluda: Mr. and Mr. F. Grime. Mr.
W. M. Sillier and Mr. L Jennings, all
of Cooa Bar. Or.
Mla Ethlw-ya Wlnr. director of
D!pb!B club lo th Wt. I passln
a few day In Portland for tho purpose
of meatinj with tho varloua locnplub
blocc'Bs to this National yrrrn.
Tomorrow afternoon ho will lv an
Informal Illustrated talk on the -Art
of tho Exposition.- All Pelrhlan Club
m. rlt ar cordially In
vited to bo r'eaent and bocome better
aequaJatad with tho club Council, wnica
n.i.n lo Han Franelocct.
-rf latoro will b bald at room A.
subject of tha Pelphlan Matron Club,
which will meet Ihla nflernoon at th
home of Mr. E. W. Philip. 0I Eaat
Tamhlll street. notlrall will b an
awared with quotation from Byron'
poema on Oroeca. Th clasa will b
coodutced by tbo preldnt, Mrs, A. B.
e , e o
Kenton Parent-Teacher AoclBtlot
will meet on Wednetday at 1:30 o'clock.
Keprentat!Tc of th Oresron Con
crcs of Mothers will be present to Jtlre
an addros on th flaa- sal to bo held
Saturday for tho benefit of child wel
fare. HATS! ir all hata now a daya. fbr
they coma vn before) th prlnr
suits and coata. Everyon aeema to
top beforo a 'aatter'a window.
l'urpl la favored Just now. Thero
ar purple nri bats. i(Un onea and
leather bat. Soma of Uioj whoae
line might ba aovera. otherwlia ara
vU-triromd. Ther U on particular
ly that la distinctive.
It tall crown seems to ito no to an
unusual heltrht that la emphaslxed by a
tinv wild flower bouquet with blta of
meadow eras. A purpl veil cauttht
underneath th flower file at random
and bans; Just a llttl bit longer on
the aide than In th back, to '
ucgeatlon of "mado to tie" streamers.
Tho narrow bit of rolled satin l an
excuse for a brim, and I peaked In
the front Ilk a poke bonnet.
A smart affair la a flat Tam o'Shanter
of brown reeds. The band of th hat
fit closely to tha head and la of satin.
A' surprise bow on top elves height
with It billows of mallne. alio of
brown. A tiny rose snuggle In the
malln folds and gives a vivid touch
of old roa that la almost tha making
of th tam.
Soma of the hat hava straw crown
and brims with facing of a contrast
ing color. A great gray crepe da chine
hat turns up slightly at the back and
bends gracefully In front- A narrow
wreath of baby roses otrcles the crown
and underneath Is a facing of ex
Th trl-cornered hat that made a
popular entrance Into the millinery
hops last Fall has been revived for
fprtng and a faw satin models In soft
shades and ontrlmmed are shown.
The chief characteristic of the set
Spring style In hata I height. Crown
ar high and In som Instance al
most brimles. And on top of the high
est bats modtsts have added flowers,
bows and wing, to mak still higher
the combination. An unusual hat la
one with combined flower andxfeather
trimming, so wU combined that only
after careful observation la the scheme
By Mes EAV&lker.
Flow Rama Bared Meg.
SOME Bay. If yon take a trip to Eng
land and visit at th home of
Captain Moore, you will aoa on tha
library floor th skin of a tiger. Us
mouth wld open and tha glass eyas
hlnlng In a very natural way. And
th captain wul tell you tha story of
bow they got this rug by the death of
a tiger In India, In tho days when he
was a young Lieutenant In tha British
The English officer and" his wife
lived with thlr small daughter Meg In,
quarters Just outside the barracks.
llama wa a llttlo Indian orphan
boy who - lived with the Moore and
wa Mac' a devoted slave.
One morn m a: the Lieutenant came In
excltedry. -Runner nave come In from
th south." h aid. "aad report that
thr I a hug t!gr ranging about In
th awampa a few mile out of towoa.
Not on of you must venture In that
About noon Mra Moor called Rama
and told hire to take Meg In tha IttUe
wagon over to tha north sine or ins
barrack and sather om wild flower
which grow along th bank of th
stream. So Meg wa iucko unoer in
big. whit umbrlla and Kama, with
hi head orotctd by a turban and
whit cloth around hie waist, set out
drawing th load, hi brown akin shin
ing In th hot Indian sun.
I . ..1. Uaa. rail aaleen on a mg
boy sat still listening to th water
trickling over th stones.
Than out of. th hot midday silence
of the JungI h heard a sound a
soft, pit-pat. pil-pai. pn-pai. r?om
creature was creeping up on them
through th tangled bushe. Ha lis
tened. ' Th sound came from back In
to, undergrowth. He knew by tho
heavy tread what it was. Then through
the leavea of th bushes h peered and
caught sight of th great, catllk ani
mal crawling toward them th tiger
of India. "
Closer and closer he crept. And aieg
i i tka Knr waa naralvxed
nn cr am i w. w j .
with fright. Then tho baby raised her
sunny bead, ner nana icucnoa
vine which swung from tho limb above,
"Hush, baby." whispered Rama, "Baby
keep still: Rama take horn"
.- K .kiM In hla left arm. he
quickly tied her close to him by his
turban cloth. Just a n unmneu. mo
tiger leaped. But as the animal sprang
Kama also leaped and grabbed the vine
far above hla head. The tiger rolled
over on the ground. Rama gave a
push with his feet against tha tree,
and the vine swung him far out over
th bank, then he swung back again to
the tree, the tiger watching every
.. - . ( lan araln. Aa he
111 U . c. . . " w " -
-touched the tree again he gave a fierce
shove mat set mem ini -
and thla time they swept over the
tiger's head, over the bank and right
to the bushes above the opposite side
of the stream. Then Rama let go.
They fell softly Into the bushes un
hurt. But the tiger followed their
course, and as he saw them swing Into
the air be sprang too. But he missed
... i . An .in.... on tho sharp.
ni a 1 1 u -Hi - -- . . . .
jagged rocka which covered th bed or
of the creek. AIM mere uo "
a broken back.
It did not take Rama long to fly
home with Meg In hla arms, and In a
. .ha whnlo srarrison was
out. Lieutenant Moore a rlfl -put an
end to the animal a misery.
Po now in cool England Rama lives
with his white friends, while Meg Is
growing up Into a big girl. And on
Summer evenings when they sit down
lo talk over old times Meg perches on
the tiger-skin rug to listen to how
Kama saved her when she was a bit or
a baby In India.
(Copyright. 191S. by the MrClar Newspaper
Svrtli-t Xaw Tork nty.j ,
HOIS OFFERED GIRL
SEVERAL FAMILIES WOULD WEL
COME MISS BESSIE HOLLADAT.
Tuuj Wma Who Attempted Salrtde
Deale "Kriead'" Story aa
Several persons have offered homM,
where ahe will be considered a of tte
family circle, to Miss Bessie HoIIaday.
who attempted suicide at the Broadway
bridge last Saturday. The young
- . In ha ehars-a of Mrs. Lola
O. Baldwin, superintendent of the Wom
en's Protective Bureau. When ahe re
covers from her nervous and morbid
condition It Is likely that some oi in.
offers will be considered.
.... ji..ii ha. vriunr woman de-
cllnca to reveal the name of her fiancee.
for the losa of wnose love sue at
Ilequestlng that her name be kept
nnhllc . woman who de-
iiuiii " f - - . ....
cUres that ah knows Miss Holiday
and her circumiiao.
young woman already, had been mar-
Li. j ti.. huahand ill-treated her and
the wife left home. For several months.
or until the attempt at suiciae. me
e. i eaiatlvaa lost all trace
of Mis Holladay. The Informant says
that Mlaa Iiolladay'a home Is at Baker.
The young woman oeniea every par
ticular of the story. She displays little
Interest In her affairs or their disposi
tion, ADVENTISTS TO - GATHER
Elder II. W. Cottrcll to Attend North
. l'aclflo rnlon Conference,
r-i.i,. tr tv rnttrall nresldpnt of the
Western Oregon conference of the Seventh-Day
Adventlsts. with headquarters
In Portland, will attend the biennial
convention of the North Pacific union
conference, at College Place. Wash,
February u-za. .
. . . i ......i I . n K. n mantlonad
I.iuci v.i... en . .
for president of the union conference
to succeed Elder C. W. Flaix, who
recently waa elected secretary of tho
North American division conference.
Others who will attend the confer
ence are: IL Q. Thurston, T. H. Star
buck. E. W. Catlln. J. L. Kay, Henry
- . . r. 1 1. T L'.i.). Tip
W. B. Holden. O. E. Johnson and O.
ii. V Ol I O l L- A Wiui . -"6"
jects will be considered. Leading men
anrf women cf the denomination will
attend the convention.
WATER PLANTMAY ACCEPT
Offer of $108,000 for St, Johnt
' Company System Approved.
Acceptance by the St, Johns Water
Company of the city's offer of $108. 00C
for the water plant Is now practically
certain. Richard W. Montague, at
torney for the company. Informed the
City Council yesterday that while a
H.iAitv nr tha honrl owners have ex
pressed a willingness to sell for that
price the final word has to do reservea
until advice can be obtained from the
rest. The Council gave Mr. Montague
a few days to give his final answer.
The company offered some time ago
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and haa been made under hla
personal snperrislon for over 30 years. Allow no one
Civej avu Ui uu.
rk flArelTfl Y(1TI 111 UlUh
Jut-as-trood' are but experiments, ana endanger uio
JX """ ' r-ii fwwr.m. n- m aaM-uu w X
lAhnt. is CASTORIA
i oi Cnilaren J-.xpenerico against, mreiuucuw
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
coric Drops and Soothlnjr Syrups. It contains neither
Opium. Morphine nor other Karcotle substance. Itae
rtroys Worms and allays Feverisbness. For more than
thirty years it has been In constant use for the relief of
Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Trou
bles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
aeslmllates the Food, gifing healthy andnatural Bleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Tht Kind You Have Always Boucht
- -W -w mr
In Use For Over 30 Years
TMt crvauneoiijrv. arw voaa crrv.
Olds, Wortman $c King
; Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800 Home Phone A 6231
Spring's Newest Fashions
In Women's Suits and Coats
Informal Presentation of Authentic Modes, as brought out by the World's Fore
most Designers. All women will be interested in this attractive showing and
all are cordially invited to attend. The new garments are coming in every day
now and are rapidly being put on display. Keep in touch with the SPRING
STYLES BY VISITING THE FASHION SALONS, on the Second Floor
Sale of New Silk Nets
Grade Made to Sell at OjD)
$1.25 --- Special Yard C?StL
Very Desirable for Waists, Dresses, Trimmings
On Sale at Center Circle, 1st Floor
Main Floor A fortunate purchase made by our buyer of dress trim
mings, now in the East, enables us to offer a very remarkable bargain
in beautiful new silk nets, right at the time when most wanted for
the making of new Spring dresses, waists, etc. Full 40 inches wide
and excellent quality. Shown in various new Spring shades Gait
rose, Boiling green, wall blue, etc.; also in black and white. ' If bought
in the regular way $1.25 would be the retail price. On saleCQ
Tuesday at Center Circle,- Main Floor, at special, a yard f "
See Display in 10th Street Window
Discontinued Patterns in Chairs, Tab'.esPressers, Buffets, Etc.
$70.00 Overstuffed Chair $39.75
$4.50 Dinner Gong priced $1.98
$6.00 Telephone Stand, for $4.75
$5.75 Oak Table Chair at $3.39
$5.00 Mahog. Candlesticks $3.45
$2.50 Candlesticks, pair at $1.65
$87.75 Circ. WaL Dresser $52.50
$72.00 Circ WL Chiffon. $18.95
ON THIRD FLOOR.
At Factory Prices
Bargain Circle, First Floor Man
ufacturer's Sample Lines Girls'
Wash Dressea in attractive styles.
Linens, pique, chambrays and
ginghams on sale at the factory
prices. Sizes range 6 up to 14.
Bargain Circle, First Floor
Women's Percale Aprons, light
and dark colors. V-neck. Open
side-front, with belt all ZQf
round. Special today at e-FaViV
tr. tino r.siv which was the
1U Dili " - " '
estimate of the plant's value as made
by City water Engineer tmrise. mr.
Clnrke later revised his figures to
UJ8.000 which is tho price now offered
by the majority of the Councl.
CHURCH RECEPTION IS SET
First TJnlversallst Mission Circle to
Entertain on Thursday.
Th Florence Meade Mission Circle,
of the First Universalist Church, will
hold Its annual reception Thursday at
J-30 o'clock: at the home of Dr. .and
Mrs. J. D- Corby. 802 Broadway, near
East Twenty-fourth street.
"The Lights of the World." a mis
sionary play, will be presented, with
the following In the cat: Miss Edwina
Clough, Miss None Becker, Miss Leona
Mourton. Miss Victoria Atchison, Miss
Darr McLean, Miss Marion Davis, Miss
Crowther, Miss Dyer, Alice and Grace
Jacobsen. Miss Gates, soprano, will
sliyr. and Miss Roxanna W'oramelsdorf.
violinist, will play several numbers.
Miss Florence Gradon will give a piano
number. Mrs. M. K. Meaie will give
VUUIIiCl".w . ..
AST7, j 7.
Sample Pieces Furniture
$45.00 Mahog. Lib. Table $29.75
$12.50 Oak Serving Table $8.75
$42.00 Oak Dining Table $29.75
$54.00 Oak Dining Table $45.50
$21.75 Golden Oak Buffet $16.50
$63.75 Quar. Oak Buffet $52.50
$37.50 Quar. Oak Buffet $29.00
$18.00 Oak Dressing Tab. $14.75
Department, Third Floor--Come
in and let the demonstrator ex
plain to you the money-saving
possibilities of "Wear-Ever" Alu
minum Cooking Utensils.
Boiling milk all day without burn
ing; also cooking rice dry without
burning, using Wear-Ever Boiler.
This $1.25 Aluminum
Stamped from" cold, hard, thick
sheet aluminum. Regular $1.25
pan today for low price 78
the president's address, and other spe
cial features will be presented. Friends
of the parish will be welcome.
FIRE TALK TO BE PRINTED
Underwriters' Association Will Pub
lish Mr. Stevens' Address.
An address delivered by Fire Mar
shal Jay Stevens, of Portland, before
the Fire Underwriters' Association of
the Pacific Coast, will be published in
pamphlet form by th association, ac
cording to a letter rjoeived yesterday
by Mayor Albee from H. P. Blanchard.
president of the association. The ad
dress was on the subject of "Portland's
First Year in Rp1 Fire Prevention
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The NIGHT SERVICE of the Short Route
Save a Business Day
Glance at the Schedule It Tells the Story
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Washington at Third Street
Telephones: A 6121, Broadway 4300
New Mesh Veils with vinet bor
ders are very smart with new
Spring Hats. They sell at $1.25
to $2.25 each. Main Floor.
Shepherd Check Suitings in
various colors are to be popular
for Spring Suits and Skirts. Main
Imported Cotton Voiles in soft,
shadowy tones make up beautiful
ly for Spring dresses. 35c a yard.
Tailored Suits for women in
combinations of serge and silk are
being shown in Garment Salons,
on Second Floor.
All This Week
Aluminum Griddles, $3.30 to $5.05
Waffle Irons from $3.65 to $4.00
Pudding Pans at from 50c to $1.30
Milk Pans, special 70c up to $1.45
Tea Kettles at $5.15 up to $6.65
Combination Steamers $1.50-$5.10
Layer Cake Pans at 40c to $1.20
Muffin Pans at 70c up to $1.00
Double Boilers $1.80 to $3.35.
Fry Pan for Only 78c
Work "What Waa Accomplished, How
"The underwriters of Pan Francisco."
says Mr. Blanchard in his letter,
"learned much from his earnest, whole
hearted and riRht-to-the-point firo
prevention talk, which will bear fruit,
in that the work he Is engaged in will
continue to have the close attention
and support of the underwriters here
in San Francisco.
"You have a man the City of Portland
should be proud of, and one who Is
destined for big things. He reflects
great credit on your municipal family.
"I shall take pleasure in sending you
a copy pf his address, which is to be
published in pamphlet form at a later
Carlsbad hy law requires a buildings
to be as nearlv fireproof as possible, witn
the result that the city's firemen earn
most of their waces as chimney swi-eps.
DIRECT TO THE
HEART of SPOKANE
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Lf Union Depot 7 P. M.
Ar Spokane's Business
Center 6:50 A. M.
Lv Spokane. 9:10 P. 31.
Ar Portland. 8:00 A- M.
i" sinii siaaBa
Pobllo Library, at t o'clock.
-Xarly A(hB- will bo tha atady
be had spread on the ground, so tbaj