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SALE M RAGES SET
TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ' 24, 1916.
State Fair Programme Offers
PURSES TO TOTAL $16,500
rntnrity Events Eliminated and
Running Races Tut on Card.
2:12 Trot and 2:08 Pace to
Be for $2000 Each.
' SALEM. Or.. Feb. 23. (Special.) The
programme of races for the Oregon
State Fair this year was completed to
day at a meeting here of the speed
committee appointed by the State Fair
Board. The aix-day speed schedule
this year, it is declared, -will be of
greater interest to the crowas in gen
era! than in the past, as the commit
toe has included nine running races.
The Futurity events are eliminated, as
these classes of events, the committee
decided, were of interest mostly to
the racing fraternity and breeders.
The purses offered .this year will
reach a total of $16,500. the commit
tee announced. As usual, the big days
of the Fair racing card will be Wednes
day and Thursday. Salem and Portland
day, respectively. The chief attraction
offered for Salem day will be the 2:08
pace for a purse of $2000. The big end
of the money goes to me winner oi
three out of five heats.
Portland day will be featured by the
2:12 trot, best three in five heats, for a
purse of $2000.
The members of this year's speed
committee are A. H. Lea, secretary of
the Fair Board; E. B. Tongue, of HUls-
boro; H. MV. Hatch, of Salem; Dr. A. ti.
Smith, of the Fair Grounds.
The racing programme for the week
VnnHaff RAntemhar 23 PUre.
Two-year-old trot, two In three J200
2:10 pace, three heats - 7."t0
2:25 trot, three heats 4iu0
I lve-elghtb handicap dash 2oo
Tuesday. September 2ti
2:l;i trot, tureo heats
2:18 pace, three heats
Three-year-old trot, three heats ....
Five-eighths, for 2-year-olds
Three-year-old pace, three ebats 400
2:30 trot, threo heats '
2:OS pace, three In five... 2v0
One mile 3o0
Three-eighths mile 100
Thursday. September 28
Three-minute trot, two in three 2"0
2:12 trot, three in five 2000
2:20 pace, three heats 7"0
Jt, miles, Portland Derby 500
Friday, September 29
2:1H trot, three heata Too
Free-for-all pace 7-"o
Two-year-old pace, two in three 2'iu
Five-eighths mile 2.-.0
One-half rrjle 200
Saturday, September 30 .
Confutation trot three heats non
Consolation pace, three heats roo
2:20 puce 7.0
One-mile handicap SiO
ANGLERS WILL GATHER
MANY PRIZES TO BE GIVEN FOR
LANDING BIG SALMON.
Meeting Tomorrow to Be Featured
by Reports on Fishing - Con
dition of Various Streams.
Important subjects are to be dis
cussed at the regular meeting of the
Multnomah Anglers' Club tomorrow
night at the Commercial Club.. H.N1
Kelly, formerly Master Fish Warden of
Oregon, will relate the history of the
Ray Winters will give a report on
the number of prizes the Salmon Club
will give out and how they will be
distributed. The giving out of prizes
by the Salmon Club is after the method
of the Tuna Club of the Catalinian
Islands. The club's prizes this year
will be worth, all told, more than $500.
Gold buttons are given to any mem
ber catching a Chinook salmon weigh
ing 40 pounds or over; silver buttons
for salmon weighing between 30 and 40
pounds and bronze buttons for one
weighing between 20 and 30 pounds.
The fish must be caught with a six
ounce rod and a nine-strand line.
In addition to the buttons local
sporting goods houses have donated
merchandise prizes of the average
value of $25 each. The merchandise
will consist of rods, line, hooks, fishing
W. F. Backus will report on the
condition of the mouth of the Sandy
The subject of Oregon City net men
fishing above the bridge will be dis
cussed. Salmon fishing at Oregon City will
start in earnest about March 20. There
is any number of fish there at present,
however, and many of the rabid anglers
will be out just as soon as the water
goes down a few Inches and becomes
ENTRIES COMING FAST
MANY BOXERS AND WRESTLERS TO
APPEAR IN BIG MEET.
Multnomah, and Seattle Already Fill
Lists for Northwest Champion
ships of March 3 and 3.
Frank Harmar, chairman of the box
ing and wrestling committee of the
Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club, yes
terday gave out a partial list of the
boys who will enter the Pacific North
west Association championships here
March 2 and 3.
Those entered to date are:
Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club:
Boxers 125pound class, Ralph Under
wood; 135, G. Harold Frese; 145. John
Boscovich:wrestlers: 116, J. Frederick
Stevens; 125. Virgil L. Hamlin: 145. Ar
thur R. Bohoskey, Carl Frelfnger.
George McCarthy and W. R. Eckhart
will both enter the 158 and 175-pound
wrestling classes, and McCarthy will
also enter the heavyweight division.
Seattle Amateur Athletic Club: Box
ers 108. Jack Harper; 115. Irving
Gleason; 125, Earl Balrd: 135. Lloyd
Madden; 145. Archie Wyard. Val Son
tag, of Seattle, will enter the 153, 175
and heavyweight divisions. Oliver
Runchey will represent them In the 125
and 135-pound wrestling classes.
George Davis. Mike Butler's welter
weight boxer, has been entered.
Representatives from Spokane and
from the local Young Men's Christian
Association, high schools and the Turn
Verein are expected. Oregon Agricul
tural College may enter some wrestlers.
The Cushman Indian School may en
ter some boys.
The list will close Sunday night
BARBEAU TO REPORT TO OAKS
Milwaukee Third Sacker Comes to
Terms Witli lavitt.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 23. (Spe
cial.) Jaspar Barbeau. thlrdsacker
from the Milwaukee American Aaaocia-
PREDOMINATE in this
C o u n t r y ''TWOVONB
B. Airman & Company 67
Armour & Company Vt
Associated Bell Telephone Co's . 97
Atlantic Ice & Coal Corporation. 15
Atlantic Refining Company ... 91
City of Baltimore 15
Boftgs & Buhl, Inc .25
City of Boston 25
City of Cleveland I
Cleveland-Akron Bad Company . 19
Coca Cola Bottling Companies . 41
Glmbel Brothers 58
Clacier Park Transportation Co. 20
tion club, who had positively declared
that he would not report to the Oaks
this season, has come to terms, tele
graphing President Leavitt that he has
signed his contract and wants advice
as to when he is expected to report.
Roxev Middleton. who has been stuD-
bornlv resisting on thep lea that he
should be granted more money, capitu
lated today, a telegram advising nowoy
EH'.ctc that his ballplayer had como to'
terms and would leave Flat Rock, 111.,
about the fire of March for Oakland.
Wenatchee Defeats Ieavenworth.
WENATCHEE. "Wash.. Feb. 23.
(Special.) Wenatchee High School
WHAT most people be
lieve to be the disease
Catarrh, is really only a
The most common symp
tom of the presence of Ca
tarrh in the system is an in
flamed and tender condition
of the breathing passages
and the blocking of throat
and nostrils with mucuous.
It is a frequent mistake to
treat this Bymptom and neg
lect the actual disease thalT
Catarrh is the result of
poisons and imparities in
the blood. These impurities
must be removed before the
disease can be cured.
The use of washes, nasal
douches and soothing
creams on the irritated
membranes, can have but
little effect they merely
ease the local irritation but
do not reach the disease.
Catarrh is a disease of the
blood. To cure it you must
go to the seat of the trouble.
S. S. S. has proved in its
THE truck users of this country purchase each year twice as many White
Trucks as trucks of any other make, and further recognize their superiority
by paying a higher purchase price for White Trucks. This predominance is not
confined to a few localities or special lines of business. It is nation wide, among
all classes of users, ranging from retail butchers to the great packers, from small
municipalities to the United States Government, from local oil distributers to the
chief refining companies, from small retail merchants to the big department stores.
A significant feature of White Truck distribution is the high percentage of mul
tiple and repeat purchases by concerns whose transportation experts know exactly
what a given truck is worth.
' STABILITY OF SERVICE AND PERMANENCE
Large output warrants a degree of service to White owners which no lesser
distribution can support. It insures also a stability and permanence of organi
zation on which owners can confidently rely no inconsiderable asset in these
days of elimination and consolidation in the motor industry. The purchase of a
White Truck is an investment with high net earning power behind it and with
permanence, both of truck value and of White Company service.
Some'of the' Larger' Users, Owning 15 or more White Trucks
B. P. Goodrich Company .... 17
Gulf Refining Company .... 192.
Joseph Home Company .... 42
Kaufmann Brothers ....... 44
Kaufmann & Baer Company . . 48
Los Angeles Brewing Company . 15
Mandel Brothers 17
National Casket Company ... 15
New York Board of Fire Under
Oppenheim, Collins & Company 25
Frank Parmelee Company ... 18
City of Pittsburgh 15
The Above 37 Owners Operate a Total of 1645 White Trucks
The WHITE COMPANY, Cleveland
' Broadway and Oak Street
ONLY GRAND PRIZE awarded to Motor TructstPanama-Pacfflc International Exposition, San
basketball team surprised itself Sat
urday night by nosing out Leaven
worth High by the close score of-32 to
26 in a game played on the Y. M. C. A.
St. Helens Sends Delegate to Meeting
E. I. Ballagh, St, Helens, Or., sports
man, will attend the Inter-City League
meeting Friday night to be held at
the office of President Fred N. Bay, S70
Fourth street. i
Welsh and Wolgast Post Forfeits.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Feb. 23. For
fetts were posted today by lightweight
You KZust First
Remove the Cause I
use in such eases for nearly
half a century to be a most
powerful antidote to poisons
in the blood.
S.S.S.is a scientific
blending of the extracts of
certain native roots and
herbs which act directly on
the-blood. Its action is to
cleanse and purify and
strengthen the blood corpus
cles so they fight off disease.
Because of this function
S. S. S. is the one remedy
that goes to the source of
the trouble and removes the
cause of catarrh.
If you suffer from catarrh
in any of its forms, don't be
misled into treating the
symptoms, take S S.S. and
remove the cause of the
Druggists all over the
Country can supply you
with S. S. 5. be sure you
get the genuine; "just-as-good"
substitutes are never
The Swift Specific Co.,
The Rosenbaum Company ... 34
Schulze Baking Company. . . . a
W. &J. Sloane. ......... 19
Standard Oil Co. of California . 25
Standard Oil Co. of Indiana ,.132
Standard Oil Co. of New York. .133
Standard Oil Co. of Ohio .... 18
Stern Brothers 19
Supreme Baking Company ... 24
Union Oil Company of California 25
United States Government Post
Office Department 109
Ward Baking Company 30
champion Freddie Welsh and Ad 'Wol
gast for their ten-round boxing match
in Milwaukee March 6. The boxers are
to weigh 135 pounds at 3 o'clock on the
day of the contest.
Seattle Boxer Seeks Bout.
Charley Davidson, Seattle 122-pound
boxer, would like to get a bout in
Portland. He may meet Billy Mascott
before the Capitol City Athletic Club
at Salem soon.
During the fiscal year 1915 44 of the 162
National lorest. paid their local operating
costs, or. In other words, were self-supporting.
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under "New Today" and all other classifi
cations except the following s
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.. . . ! . . v, ,m
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la the paper regardless of the number of
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The Oreronian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
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Insertion only will be accepted for "Furni
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day. Closing- hour for The Sunday Ore
ronian will be 7-.H0 o'clock Saturday night.
The office will be open until 10 o'clock P. M.,
as usual, and all ads received too late for
firoper classification will be run under toe
leading- "Too Late to Classify."
Telephone! Main 7070. A 60M. v
Tt. - n..( rf Yanlferlll
Broadway and VamhllL
New York Fashion Show
And 16 Stunnlns Models.
Arthur Sullivan ft Co. Meaner Gores
Fitzgerald Marshall F rankle Marphy
Herbert Oermalno Orpheum Travel
Matinee. lOe to Hoc. yights. lOe to 75o
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070 A 6095
Feb. 24, 1916
Portland Opera Association
Mrs. Jane Burns Albert
All. receipts to go to Baby Home
25c to $1.00. Seat Sale at Box Of
fice, Februar'y 21.
BAKER Main 2. A 51 Sf
.Home of the Spoken Drama.
Tonight, all week. Mats. Wed and Sat. Bakar
Players In Harold McOrath's romantic drama.
"THE GOOSE GIRL."
From the widely-read novel.
Evenings: 23a. fiuc. Mats.: 23c only
Next week, Wlllard Mack's "Kick In."
MSWL DA3Y 230
BROADWAY MUSICAL CYCLONE.
THE CANNIBAL MAIDS
With Ous Edmore and a Jlevy of
6 OTHKK HIO ACTS 6
Boxes, first row balcony seats reserved by
phone. Curtain 2 7 and .
AUCTIONS BALES TODAY.
Auction sale 30 head of Eastern Oregon
horses, today's sale, 2 o'clock. Star Horse
Sales Co., 30S Front St.
At Baker's Auction House, 168- 16S Park
st. Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 o'clock.
K. T. Cards and social this
(Thursday) eveninpr at 7:30.
Come and avoid regrets.
O. F. WIEOAND.
THE MACCABEES Portland Tent, No. 1.
will hold their social dance tonight In their
hall, 409 Alder St., 8:45 o'clock. A good tints
assured to all. Admission 25 cents. Maccabee
K V p, r,K f jewelry, buttons, fcharms. ..Ins,
new designs, Jaeger Bros, 131-8 Sixth at.
This directory is tor the Information or the public, to give as far aa posalbla
the different linea of bualneaa which the average person may find occasion
to use. Any Information which cannot be found here will he Kladlr
furnished by phoning- Main 7070 or A SOUS. House 40.
ABSTRACT AND T1TLKS.
PROMPT SliKViCii at reasonable prices.
Pacitlc Title & Trusi Co., 7 chum, of Com.
K. 6TEP11AN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cord, side pleat, buttons covered; mail
orders. M0 pittock block. BroaUway luau.
PLEATING, hemstitching, buttons covsred.
Kaatern JJovtley Co., 0 4 51h. Bdw. iiwlu.
ANTIQUES restored. Paclilc Upbolsttry. 20
years here. 400 E. Clay, fcellwood aoo.
ABCllITLCTURAL K.N Gl.N htKLNli.
Architectural engineering, designs, drawings
all kinds, sur. mapping. Iu3 Sherlock bldg.
AlSSAYEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFF1CS, 12 -d-sllver
and platinum bought.
W. J. MAKEL.1M Probate, real estate, min
ing and corporation law abstracts and
titles examined, written opinions furnished.
1S84 Northwestern Hank bldg. Als.in 5748.
GRAHAM. BECKETT & COOPER Central
practice: abstracts examined. 0ul-3 Piatt
bldg. Phone- Main ftSMI.
LOWELL M. JONES, M. O. Practice llm
tcd exclusively to cancers. Murgan bids
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets. rag rugs. 188 E. Sth. Hoth phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
" THE IKWIN-KODSON COMPANY,
887 Washington st. Main 312 and A 1254.
William Estelle and William Jr.. Deveny.
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors, 30:? OPrllngor McIk.. southwest
comer 2d and Alder. Phone Main 130
CHIROPODY andpedTcurlng. MrsTM. D.
Hill, office Flledner bldg. Main 8473.
DR. Mc.MAHON Chronic cises. taking time,
81 treatments 15; worth $00; economy,
health, wealth. 2U8-U-10-11-12 Macleay bid.
NETH ft CO.. Worcester bldg. Main l.u.
No collection, no charge. Esiahlmhed low.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. BoV, 6th
St., bet. stark ana uaK. fl l rates, a pri
vate lessons $2, morning, afternoon, even
ing; all latest dances guaranteed; class
Thurs., Sat. evenings, 7-s:;u. Hriw. 2ivk.
DRESS SUITS for sale or rent at low prices.
We buy dress suit at CI 8d st.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment ty specialist; Kinases fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 517 Dekum bhlg., 3d Wn.
PACIFIC STATES 1'lltE 1NSL I1ANCB CO.
H. Y. FP.KEDMAN. 030 CTiamber of Com
merce. Consultation free.
MUI.XET BLDG.. LM and Morrison 10 les
sons. 5; classes Mon.. Frl. evo. Mar. 813.
LA GENE DE REAU, Oriental, Spanish, toe,
nature. Egypt fancy. Russian. Main 327J.
Al lU ,' . I , oi.a'l , JI r. - jf
DT'BRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 id "t, WEINH Altli'S C.Ol.HEN A M HE It N El TAR.
. - ...... m Henry Welnhai.' I'liint. 131 h and Durnslde.
BAGUAI.EtllEI KE ) AT UOMi. "cnry ",.no Main '.2. A 117.
Bnggage ft Omnibus Irans.er, Park & Davla. u t -
BREAD BAKERY. w P 1-T'l.l.EH ft Co., I'.th and Dai's sts.
Royal Bakery ft Conf.. Inc.. 1 Itli snEverett pXints OILS AndTlAss:
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. 1 CRN 1S11INI.M. jt P M T's - N ,v'.U, J.l and T.i) lor streets.
FI.EISCHNER. MAVKIt ft CO., 11M7 Ash St. - j- --
GENERAL WHOLESALERS. M. I K1.1NE', M-mi Front slrert.
BUTLEK BROS., of Mlnnoapolis. New York. pi.l MIIING AND M l AM si I'l UES.
Chicago. St. Louis and Dallas. Sales of- j k 1,1 n 1 8 l-'ront slreet.
lice. 10J Sherlock bldg., Portland. - ,
' 5 pltlNTLRS AMI PI lll.lsHr.HS.
:HAIN MERCHANTS. DDIUTHUn I'. W. DA1.TES AND COMPANY
f. if. HOUSEIt, Board of Trmle building, fnllll IJljU First ft Oak Sis. Main Hi:.. All'
GROCERS. "" pR(,l)l ( E CtlSfxHssitlX M 7I( H ANTS.
WADHAMS ft CO.. II7-7.". Fourth street. EVEKD1NO FA U li El. I.. H. Front street.
HATS AND CAPS. HOPE AND BINDING TVWNK.
rilANHAT'SLK HAT I'O.. Front St. Portland Cor.iage Co.. Kill and Northrup.
HIDKH. WOOL. CASCARA BARK. """"jCtTETY IIMOR HONING.
KAI1.N BROS.. 101 Front slreel. . ACTOMA1IC E::EN Em.E ", l-i
MILLINERY SASH, DOORS AND tiLASS.
BKADSHW BROS.. Morrison nnd 7th sts. W. P. FIT.I.EU ft CO.. I'.'lh sod Davis sts.
COlMlerg. tr.-.t. MOntLNV wWVAvWW: V jL
MEETINO NOTICES. Fl'NERAL NOTICES.
AL. KADER TEMPLE. A.
A. O. N. M. S. Stated .ses
sion Saturday, Fpb. 1'ii, at 8
1'. M., Majionlo TempTe. West
Park and Yamhill stu. Con
cert by the band at 7:30.
Business session will bs fol
lowed by a Shakespearean
burlesque. Visiting nobles
cordially Invited. By order
of tho potentate
HUGH J. UOYD, Recordor.
THE MASTERS. WARDENS
AND PST MASTERS' ASSO
CIATION of Portland will meet
this (Thursday) evening at 8
o'efock at Acacia Club second
floor of tho Commercial Club
ddresB on the
Soils conen w". r . .
tlio Man and Mason,
B P O. ELKS rwgulnr
meeting of Portluntl Lodge
No. 14. 1). P. O. L lis this
n'i.Miiav i evenlna. ! eb. .1.
initiation. Visiting brothers
are Invited to attend.
By order of the E. R.
M. R. SPAUI.DING.
MT 111111D COINCIL. NO.
2117, ROYAL ARCANUM, mocti
.hi, Thiies.iAVl. I'VenlllK. S P
. M., in their new hall, 13th St..
bet. Stark and Washington e.s.
Regular business ineeiios.
ing members cor.llally lnvlte.1.
W. A. KOblJ, Regent.
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 114,
. ... v i-v K Vf Meelal enm-
municatiuii this (Thursday) even
ing m i jv o w- . -v: v
Templu. Labor In the M. M. de
r.,e: visiting brethren always
welcome. By prderW.M. .
UTOPIA REHEKAH LODGE. NO. 62. I.
O. O. F. Regular business
(Thursday) evening in w'""' ' - -.7
Slxtli and Aider streets. Work In the Re
bekah deVree. Visitor, welcome
BANK In .Ms. city. Kcbrtmry K. Mra Dlna
ftrwardeu Vt T F. S. Dunning. Inc..
East Sloe funeral Directors to Butte
Mont., for services and Interment In the
FARNSWORTH-In thl. city. February .a.
beloved moihe, of G. E Varn.worlh Ha
mulus will be forwarded to Sulem Or.,
at 4 o'clcek today (Thursday) for Inter-
.... ,.n- i,i Trneev In charge.
men 1. w"
PARKER Tn this city. February 23. at . her
, . u r.".-. iT itnn street. Cath
erine Parker, aged 76 years The remain,
are at the residence establishment of J.
p. Finly ft Son,- Montgomery at Firtn. .No
tice of funeral hereafter.
1-f N E HAL N OTICES.
WOODHOUSF At the home of her daugh
ter. Mrs. IT 1- Harper. Alto Park, l cb-
ruary 2-, jtrs. iiobeim wuuunw,
74 vears. Funeral services will bo held
at the above residence at II A. M. today
(Thursday). February 24 Interment
Oswego Cemetery. Automobiles will leaie
Holman's funeral parlors Bt 10:od A. M.
today for the above funeral.
RETD At the residence. 293 Tenth street.
February 23, John lieiu, age.i jcn.o.
Member of the St. Andrews' Society sn.l
friends Invited to attend funeral services
which will bo held at Holman's funeral
parlors at 2 P. M. uday (Thursday). Feb
ruary 24. Interment Greenwood Cemetery.
ROHOLT The funeral services of tho late
Mrs. Julia Jionon win 00 neiu imjih '
chapel of the F. S. Dunning. Inc., En.st
Side Funeral Directors, 414 F.ast Aider
street, February 20 at 2 P. M. Friends
invited. Interment .in Rose City Park
SHA-W In this city. February 23, Walter L.
Shaw, agod 52 years, lato of Wenatchee,
Avasn. ins remains win 1 ioiwi.o.t
this (Thursday) evening by .1. P. Flnlev
ft Son to Paiouse, Wash., where services
will Be held and Interment made.
BRCNICK Th funeral service, of the late
Albert M. urunn-K w-111 oe neiu ion...
(Thureday) at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at the
residence establishment of J. P. Flnloy ft
Son Montgomery at Fifth. Friends In
vited. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery.
RATLT7F The funeral of the late Oscar
H Ratllil. agea ou years, w-.t. lane place
todav (Thursday) February 24, at 1H:30
A M., at D.e parlors of Miller ft Tracey.
Interment Ruse City cemetery.
HEATHS SCHOOL Lensous dal.y: ea
Tuos.. Frl. eve., b to 10. 109 id St.. by I.
Wash, and Stalk. Main SJOi. Lessons
Emit Tlilelhurn. violin leaener. puull Ssvclh.
Ji7 Fiieilner bldg. A 41HO. Marshall Iftn.
ME!EMiElt Mr.lil H E.
HASTY AlbSENUEK CO Motnro cle
bicycles, piior.o Main 53. A il.i3.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OI'TH 1ANS.
ECONOMIZE Ulaea titled t.i
. i J"ur ejea low as 1 ."'0. services
V ulia qviallty the best. fllAKUs W.
til" l KM AN'. Oimmeirlst. Morrison.
r- ' YOU1
YOL'R EYES fitted with best
told - filled mounts.
r... Tories. up.
near and far bifocals. U.jO up; ien.es
(lupltcnleil : mall oruuis.
Pit. J. U. all'P.KUITH. 3-1 Washington St.
K. C. WUIilUT-i; lwi'' practice U. S.
and foreign natfiits. iiol Dekum bhlg.
HUH AND STARK.
MARSHALL 53, A !--.
POIIT1.A.ND WOOD I'll'E CO. Faeiory and
ofTiee near villi and York sts. Main .--
KEYSTONE PRKSS-J. K. "n,t,tn':'',1"' .M.".'
Printing and linotyping. 1' riont si.,
corner Star. Main or A 14 1
ka; urns and m i r m
n.u.aii,. i.. i,.t.. iou, Asmllistcr. res
runs nil sl7.es. Mall oroeis piomi l; booklet.
WESTERN l'T.l.-1'T Rl j '.
r,i-sn l nion N. I-""' i''''. " "'J!
KKAI. r.!T VI K DK U.r.KV
palm ek-jc.m:s CO., II. P . '" Wllcos b'a-
ASSOCIATED 1 N V EST M K N T
i I , rt'.'l Yenn.
BENEDICT lllto:!., II l 1 1 10
ll 'I' HANS I I. K.
Al WA YS 1'H'K TTIU REST Household
C.Oods SpeclalUls. Storage. Packing. KhTP-
uliir and Movinn; hor.e or snti vans,
special freight rales lo all point.
C O ViVk TKANSl'ER ft ST... It Ail IK CO.
i'Pl and Pins Sis. . I ll'oa.l v. n y ..'.Ml. A19M.
-..x; Til,' V'M "KK l"V 4TI llllssn St..
corner "1:1111 Telephone Mnln HO or A 11.
We own and operate to larso clajs A
warehouses on lei mine, tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates In the city.
MADISON ST lio.'li AND WAHEUfMsE
Ofrice "lSii Mii.Iisoii. Ceiieial iii.TclyApdlsa
on, I forwarilllii: st.nl". I'llon,. M .lrt
SANITARY Tubular Well Drilling Co. Wells
drilled snd repalre.1. Wnler avstems In
stalled. Phone Mllwaukle 07 M. Writs Mll
wunkle R. F. D-Z.
GItKl-.N' and dry alaliwo.id.
Panama Fuel Co.. Main ...'-'.1
BERKET Tho funeral services of ths lain
Helm L Jlerkey, beldve.l husband of
Emma D Hellcey and father of Pearl.
Grace. Julius. Frank and Robert Berki",
nli-l brotiierof Jlrs. James Henry liod.l. of
Sau Frauetseo, will bo hoi. I nl tlio resi
lience, llns Williams avenue. to.la.'
(Thiii Kda) ). nt P. M. Remain, w ill he
Placed in a vault and will be forwarded
East nt a later .late. Funeral In charge
of Miller ft Tracey.
HARRINGTON In this cilv. February 2.1.
l.la May Harrington, nted . years,
daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Thomas .1.
Harrington, of " East Sevciuy-seeoii.t
street North. Funeral services will be
held from A. R. 7.ellal" parlors, M't
Williams av.111 e. today (TI101 s.l.iy , Feb.
ruarv 21, nt 1 P. M. Friends Invited.
Interment Mount Calvary Cnnclory.
CIIUKA February 20, Anthony Chuka, aged
34 venrs. Funeral will take placu lion.
Dunning i McEntee's chapel to. lav
lT!iu rs.i a v ), Frbruary 21. nt 2 P. M. Sen.
Ices at St. Patrick's Church, corner Nine,
tenth and Savler, 2:3.1 l M Friends In.
vil'sl. lnterm''iit Mount calvary 4'eine
tery. Tho deceased was a member of tti-l
National Croatian Society, llisibh 33H.
LOvn The funeral services of the lata
Susan C. Long will bo held to. lay (Thurs
day) at a o'clock P. M. at tho residence
of her son. A. O. Long, 44 7 SIMeentll
street. Friends Invited. Interment at
Tears of Kxperlence Enable.
This l-'irm to Uivu VoU
This modern establishment, wltn
lis conveniences. Including a se
cluded driveway, insures absolute
privacy, cauainsj In no way a de
parture from an established pol
icy of moderate prices,
lixperienctd Woman AUcndunL
J. P. FINLEY & SON
. FUN Kit AL LlUKCTOUa,
Alontgouiery at 'lfUu
Mam V, A li'J'J.
MR EDWARD HOLM AN, the leading
funeral director. 220 iblrd str.et.- corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A 1M1, Main On,.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
East Sid. Funeral Dire. tors. 414 East
Alder .tre. t. Esst 72. It 2.".2...
DUNNING ft M'ETEE, luneral uiracto s.
Broadway and plus. Plion. Broadway Ju,
4.-,:,s. Lady attendant.--
MILLER ft TRACEY. Independent funeial
olre. to.s. Funerals a. low as 20. S40, tllu.
Washington and Elia t'.t. Main 2ill'l, A iss...
a ZKLLlill CO.
622 WILLIAMS AVE.
East lus.s. C 1U!.8.
Day and night servlc
BREEZE ft SNOOK, Sunny.idn Parlor:
auto hearse. 1.120 Belmont. Tab. 12..8. 11 12"i2.
P. L. LElt.'ll. E"t ll'.li and clay sirwets.
Lad y assist a nt. East 781.
r T BYRNES, Williams snd Knott,
East lli". C H'4.1. Lady sltemlant.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, lid
ind Clay. M. 41.12, A 231. La.ly attendant.
MARTIN ft FOHDES CO., florists, a47
Washingtoa. Main 2ll'.l. A 2H. Flower,
for .11 occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists. 2K7 Lurrlson st.
Main or A l'io. Fine flowers aud floral
deslg na No branch stores.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 721.'.. A 3121. Sell
ing bi.lg.. 6th and Alder sis.
TONSETH FLO 11 A L CO.. 2S5 Washlngbtit
St.. bet. 4th and .1th. Main eltfJ, A llol.
PORTLAN D M A K 11 1. 10 WORKS. 2. 4-2IW 4t
at., onposlte lily Hall. Main Cut. Phillip
Ntu ft sous lor memorials.