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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1917.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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ELKVENTil STREET Eleventh and Morri
son) Spectacle film "Intolerance." After
noons. :10. nifiill. 8:10.
BAKEI: (Broadway or Sixth between Alder
and- Morrison) Alcazar Stock Company la
-Holling Stones." Tonight at 8:1S.
PAXT.4GES (Broadway at Alder) TJn
equaled vaudeville. Three snows dally
7 and U:05.
SIVPODKOME (Broadway and Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures; 2 to 5.
6:45 to 11 P. M-, Saturday. Sunday, holi
days continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
STRAND (Park. West Park and Stark)
Vaudeville and motion pictures continuous.
"Woman's , Find Reduced. Anna
Howard, an aged woman who appealed
to the Circuit Court from a fine of $150
for bootlegging imposed by Municipal
Judge Langguth. pleaded guilty yester
day and the fine was reduced to $100
by Circuit Judge Gantenbein.
Dr. McMahon, chiropractor; life cures.
CANNERY TO BE ENLARGED
Gresham Fruit Growers Show loy
alty to Home Institution.
HE1LI6 TO SEE STARS
Famous Russian Dancers Are
to Appear Tomorrcw.
SCENERY MOST ELABORATE
GRESHAM, Or.. Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) H. E. Davis and Theodore Brug
ger' were elected directors for three
years. W. A. Proctor and D. E. Towle Forty Clever Performers and Fifty
ft. ...... J II' S T n.A I
Christian Science Lecture Tonight.
A free lecture on Christian Science
will he delivered by William W. Porter,
C. S. B., member of the board of lecture
ship of the Mother Church. the First
Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston.
Mass., in the edifice of First Church of
Christ, Scientist. Nineteenth and Everett
streets, this evening. January 11. at 8
o'clock. The lecture will be repeated
Friday evening, January 12, at 8 o'clock.
in ine same place. Third Church of
Christ, Scientist, under whose, ausnices
these lectures are to be given, extends
a cordial Invitation to the public.
Films to Show Industries. Motion
picture films illustrating various com
mercial and industrial methods and
processess of manufacture will be
shown at Reed College during the as
sembly hour today. Films will be
shown relating to the business of the
Union Meat Company, the Northwest
Steel Company, the Peninsula Indus
trial Company, the Coast Culvert &
Flume Company, the Independent
Cracker Company and Fleischner,
Mayer & Co. This is a part of the
extension course on commerce and In
Funeral op Child Is Todat. The
funeral of Ward Dobbs Walkup, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Walkup, will be
held today at 2:30 o'clock from Hol
man's parlors. The baby was 2 years 2
months and 4 days old at the time of
his death Tuesday morning. He was 111
but a few hours. He had Just been
brought back from San Francisco,
where he was taken for his christen
ing and to visit his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ward Walkup. His other
jrrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E, S. Dobbs
live in Prinevllle. '
Audubon Bird Meetino Planned.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Audubon Bird Club will be held Satur
day at 8 P. M. in the clubrooms, 309-10
T. M. O. A. building.. "Winter Bird
Feeding" will be the subject. Tom Mc
Camant, William Brewster, Jr.. W. D.
strong and others of the club will give
their experiences of last Winter and
photographs of their feeding stations
will be shown on the screen. These
meetings are always open to the public
and all who are interested will be
Clothes Needed tor Woman. The
Public Welfare Bureau 444 Courthouse,
Is interested in obtaining clothing for
v unserving woman, snort ana stout in
build, who is in need of some shoes
dresses and a warm coat. The woman,
takes in washing and has a family to
eupport. The bureau is befriending a
boy of 14 years very tall for his age,
who cannot go to school because he
has no suitable clothes. Anyone will
Jng to assist these two may notify the
bureau. Main 7051 or A 1517.
Merchants to Confer Todat. The
Greater Portland Association will hold
Its regular weekly luncheon and meet
ing in the Portland Hotel Grill at 12:15
today. The question of the proposed co
operative delivery system for the mer
chants in the association will be dis
russea. i-iarry mcney will speak on
The Psychology of Salesmanship" and
F. T. Haskell on a system of advertis
ing and publicity for the association.
President Clark will preside.
Surface Asked fob Arthur Street. -Proceedings
are to be started for the
construction of a permanent street on
Arthur street, between Front and Sec
ond streets, where the roadway now
consists of a plank bridge over a part
of Marquam Gulch. On petition of 28.5
per cent of the property to pay the
cost of the work, proceedings will be
ftarted by the City Council. The plan
Js to fill in under the bridge and to
macadamize the roadway.
More Than 300 Sign Protest.
Protests of residents of Montavilla
against the assessments for the con
struction of the East Stark street and
JUontavilla trunk sewer system were
referred by the Council yesterday to
Commissioner Bigelow and City At
torney LaRoche for investigation and
report. The protest against the as
sessments is signed by more than 300
persons. They contend that the assess
ments are not equitable.
Prudential. Agents Go East.
Headed by John Pauer, district man
ager at Portland for the Prudential In
surance Company, a party of seven
agents for that concern in the Pa
cific Northwest left the city yesterday
over the O.-W. R. & N. Co.'s line for
Newark, N. J., en- route to the con
vention of agents for that corporation.
They will be in the East for two weeks
Elihu K. Jones Buried. The fu
neral services for Elihu K. Jones, who
was killed by the explosion of an auto
mobile tank at his residence Sunday
evening, were held Tuesday at Holman's
chapel. Dr. E. Benson officiated and
Otto Wedemeyer sang. Pallbearers
were: Thomas Viggers, A. W. Allen.
J. II. Ballin. J. R. Terwilliger. F. P.
Sheasgreen and A. Roberts. Interment
was at Greenwood Cemetery.
Goat Association Sued. Failure to
keep a contract involving the sale of
mohair and wool is charged against the
Northwest Angora Goat Association in
a suit for $1238.92 filed against officers
of that association in the Circuit Court
by J. T. Spaulding yesterday. The as
tociation is charged with failure to
sell, on order, nearly 5000 pounds of
mohair and wool that had been shipped
to tne concern for disposal.
City Hall Cigar Stand to Open.
Another blind man, the third in ten
years, is to take charge of the cigar)
stand at me city Hall, which was con
ducted by Tom Long, a blind man. up
to Monday, when he died in the County
Hospital. The new applicant is A. W.
Sheridan. Mr. Sheridan practically has
completed negotiations for the stand.
Mr. Long originally obtained the stand
from a blind man.
Council Thanks S. Benson. In ap
preciation of the donation by S. Benson
of $300 to cover the cost of getting the
Federal Government to give the city a
large tract ot land adjoining Benson
Park for park purposes, the City Coun
cil yesterday adopted a resolution of
thanks. The resolution was prepared
By commissioner leaner and was
adopted by unanimous vote.
Professor Morgan to Lecture
"World Movements and Their Causes
the Pulse of Nature" is the subject of
the second lecture on "How Nature
Determines History," which Professor
William Conger Morgan, of Reed Col
lege, will give in Library Hall, of the
Central Library, this evening at 8
o'clock. The lecture is free.
Postal Receipts Gain 6 Per Cent.
Postal receipts of the Portland Post
office for the first ten days of 1917 are
$42,266.30. For the corresponding period
last year they were $39,706.60, showing
an Increase this year of more than 6
Miss Failing to Lecture. The , sub
ject of the art history lecture, by Miss
Failing at 3:30 today. Is "Mediaeval
Sculpture." The lecture will be Illus
trated by lantern slides.
Dr. L. Bogan. dentist. 455-459 Morgan
feldaT, Marshall 96. Adv.
was elected a director for one year at
the meeting of the Gresham Fruit
growers' Association held in the Grange
hall Monday of this week. Other busi
ness transacted included voting to en
large the output of the cannery.
Secretary James Elkington read the
financial report showing assets of
$9560.33 and liabilities . of $12,787.27.
This was considered an excellent show-
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With Russian I
ing for the second year of the cannery,
when the fact is taken into considera
tion that the cannery started out its
second year with a heavy deficit, and
the fact of the loss by fire.
The entire meeting seemed to be
dominated by a desire to be loyal to
the home institution. When a call for
fruit was made 25 acres of berries
were pledged, a total of nearly 50 tons.
in Orchestra Are Coming With
Big Company TTnder Direction
of Steers & Co man Friday.
For the tour of the Imperial Ballet
RuBse, which opens a brief engage
ment at the Heilig tomorrow night,
under the direction of Steers & Coman,
the full strength of the famous Serge
de Diaghileff organization has been
mobilized and more than two score
performers and 50 musicians are mak
ing the trip. The complete set of
Bakst scenery and decorations for
the 11 dances Is also carried and there
are stellar performers besides the bal
let corps, which numbers 24.
Jointly at the head of the organiza
tion are Adolf Bolm and Waslav Ni
jinsky. The latter won especial fame
in America because of his detention
in Bohemia at the opening of the
American tour, due to incidents of the
great war and some weird character
writings found on his effects, supposed
to be- secret codes used by a spy. but
which were written characterizations
of dance movements. Bolm opened
the tour in America, however, and won
plaudits which were unexampled.
In the cast of stars also is Lydia
Lopokova, whose freshness and in
genious personality makes her doubly
attractive because she has no supe
rior in the actual translation of the
Russian dancing art.
Sokolova and Pflanz, who appear In
Portland, in Russia are star attractions
by themselves, as they have each ap
peared in the Imperial Theater under
the personal direction of Diaghileff.
Bakst, the most distinguished artist
in line and color today, seems to have
reveled in his opportunity with the
Heading the great symphony orches
tra of 50 pieces is Pierre Monteaux
and the music is from Europe's fore
M. Monteaux is acknowledged to be
the greatest living conductor of bal
lets. He has directed, the Diaghileff
Ballet Russe Symphony Orchestra In
all the principal cities of Europe and
in the Americas. His personality in
spires and his genius leads the musi
CAMERA CLUB ELECTS
A. A. Bailey Is President; Colored
Picture Process to Be Shown.
A. A. Bailey was elected president of
the Oregon Camera Club at Its annual
election Tuesday night. The other of
ficers elected are: Will If. Walker, vice
president: R. S. Milln, secretary-treas
urer: Jacques Letz. V. R. Trine and
C. A. Benz, members of the board of
It was announced that the Judd Cup,
that has been contested for by club
members for a number of years, will
be placed in competition late in the
Fall of 1917.
At the monthly entertainment to be
held January 16 the Paget process of
color photography will be exhibited.
There will also be a. number of bird
FOOD IS CHEAPER TODAY
REDUCTIONS GIVEX HOUSEWIVES
WHO CARRV BASKETS TO STORE,
Parent-Teacher Circle Inaugurate Sys
tem of Better Bnytnsr to Help
In Lowering Coat.
Today will inaugurate the series of
better living days for which active ne
gotiations have been conducted by
members of the Parent-Teacher cir
cles of Portland. Co-operation be
tween tradespeople and housewives has
been taken as the means for obtaining
certain economies at reductions. of
which the consumer is to be the bene
Useless deliveries are to be done
away with as much as possible, and
purchasing with the market basket is
to be encouraged. Where staples are
used in a household from time to time,
the housekeeper is advised to buy in
large amounts, and reap the benefit of
Plain foods well cooked are the rec-
VANUUUVhK tXrtUIS ZDUU economists. The folly of purchasing
expensive cuts ot oeei wnen otners
Sessions of Oddfellows' Grand Lodge
to Be Held in June.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) The annual convention of the
grand lodge of Oddfellows of Wash
ington will be held in Vancouver, June
4, 5, 6. 7 and 8. At that time there
will be at least 2500 visitors in this
city. Committees are at work provid
ing accommodations for this number.
Residents of the city will be asked to
throw open their homes to the visitors.
they do in Pendleton at the
The grand lodge, the grand encamp
ment, the Rebekah assembly and the
department council of Patriarchs, Mili
tant will all hold sessions here,
WOMAN, SHOT, MAY LIVE
Mrs. Laura Wliitnier, AVounded by
Son, Seems to Be Better.
containing equal nutriment are sold at
lower prices is to be fully demon
strated: for the menus published by
the committee contain nothing but foods
which are high In efficiency and low
While 40 cents a day had been set
as the price of comfortable living in
Chicago, the Parent-Teacher committee
In Portland is demonstrating that a
family of six can be maintained for a
salary of $18 a week. Many of the
dishes that are recommended will ap
peal to any palate.
FINES TO CAUSE PROBE
COUNCIL ORDERS IXVESTIG ATIOX
OF MUNICIPAL COURT.
Prosperity is With Portland
It has been a long; time coming. Prosperity is here
to stay for a number of years. Prepare to make the
best of it.
You need a helpful banking connection. Open an
account now with
Time and money are
the two points on which
we can interest the
Without waste of time,
without waste of cash,
we can give you gar
ments that will fit into
your scheme of life.
Overcoats and suits
for every occasion, for
every occupation in
cluded in the two big
special offerings here
at $14 and $20.
See some in the win
dows. Morrison at Fourth St.
Wear Ralston Shoes.
S. & II. Stamps Given.
Broadway, Stark and Washington
l'ORTUXDS LEADCl-Q HOTEL
Ideally located tn the heart
of t hints on Broadway's
throbblnjc center. The .os
teal Uatel for those oa
- business or pleasure.
Ointnic-noom m Special jr'rature.
" l'hil MeW han. Jr.. Mer.
Home of the Big Shows
BROADWAY AT YAMHIU.
SIX BANNER VAC UK VILLI ACTS TODAY TO
Pundit y a.
with the right of the Judge to remit
fines. Members of the Council said the
complaints have more to do with the
failure to collect fines when imposed
than with the remission of fines.
Auditor Barbur has asked that the
court notify the Auditor's office of all
installment fines imposed, so that the
fines may be charged up against the
person penalized and an effort made
to force payment as Installments fall
due and that before fines are remitted
the person benefited present a request
for a remission to the Council, approved
by the Municipal Judge.
VAN DER KOORS
Featuring Felix, the Mind-Reading Duck..
GORDON BROTHERS AND COMPANY
iBirodOflng Boh, the Bating Kangaroo.
THE TWO LOWES DIBIAIS AND FLOYD
European Lariat Experts. Smart Songs and Sayings.
JEAN M'ELROY POWDER & CAPINIAN
The Olrl With the Harp. Singing and Dancing Comedian.
THE FINAL CHAPTER
Closing tiplsode In
MVte'rv0eriaL "THE SHIELDING SHADOW
The thrills and adventures end and nil is explained. Ion't miss the finish.
Shown 3 to Si Si4S to 11 Weekday. Sat. -Sun., Continuous ltlS to 11.
MIGNON' TO BE PRESENTED
Finished Performances on January
2 2 and 2 4 Promised. '
Late rehearsals of the opera
"Mignon." which the Portland Opera
Association will produce in the
Eleventh-street playhouse Monday and
Wednesday nights. January 22 and 24,
give promise of finished performances.
under the direction of John Claire
Monteith the following committee will
canvass for tickets: Karl Herbring,
Ivan Humason, Harold Hurlbut. War
ren A. Erwin, Mrs. Rose Coursen Reed,
George Wilber Reed. Mrs. Warren E.
Thomas, Mrs. Preston Carter Smith,
Harvey Scougall, Mrs. George Hotcb
kiss Street. Mrs. Lulu Dahl Miller, J.
Ross Fargo. Joseph Flnley. Charles
Swenson, Madame Lucie Balair. Mrs.
Fred L. Olson, Hamilton Johnstone,
Paul Wessinger and Maynard Raymond.
A 'VI -Zi M:-. 5 '.' i "
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O Wf-a5Si-131iS!32'!:5sS N
I The h:YAKL is j& new, moaern itta
elfgantly appointed hotel, pos.-ttrsjitnc
I one ot th. most t'eautU'ul corner lob- H
1 btes In th Ncrthwest. located at H
I llh and Alder sts., opposite Olds, H
I Wortman & King! bfc department I
I store, la heart of retail and theater H
I district. Katea, $1 and up. Bui H
R meet all trains. "W car also runsB
a from I'nton ltpot direct to HOTEL, H
'lEWARD. W. M. SEWARD, Prop. H
National Foreign Trade CounclL A
special train bearing commercial and
financial men will be run from Cali
fornia. Delegates from Portland. Seat
tle. Tacoma and Spokane will join the
California delegates at Ogden, and
from that point all the Pacific coast,
delegates will proceed East in one
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends and neigh
bors who so kindly assisted us in our
late bereavement in recent accident and
death of our daughter and sister, Lilly
Luscher. J. Luscher and Family. Adv.
Read The Oregonlan classified ads.
TOBACCO SOLD TO MINORS
Four Foand Gnllty and One Dealer
Demands Jury Trial.
Five cases on charges of giving or
selling tobacco to minors were heard
bv Municipal Judge Langguth yester
day morning. The arrests were made
on Information recently procured by
Police Sergeant Brothers, Patrolmen
Nelson and Reek when a number of
youths appeared in court for having
the forbidden weed In their pockets.
I. T. Driver, tobacco dealer, demand
ed a Jury trial, which was eet for Jan
uary 12. Lewis Mitchell and Thomas
Rantor were each fined $15. M. W.
Legg and Bernard Murray, found guilty
of giving tobacco and cigarettes to
minors, had their cases continued in
definitely, after being fectured by the
"OXLY FOUR MORE DAYS '
11 ST. PLAYHOUSE
MORRISON AT ELEVENTH,
Phonea Main 47S7 and A 1124.
TODAY, 2:10; TONIGHT, 8:10
TOMORROW, SAT. AND SUN".
Auditor Report That City Geta Small
Part of Installment Penalties,
and Recommend Bond
City Commissioner Bigelow and City
Attorney LaRoche will make an in
vestigation of the methods of imposing
fines and handling money in the Muni
cipal Court, and will report findings to
the City Council. The Council ordered
the investigation yesterday on the
strength of a report made by City
Auditor Barbur showing that the city
gets but a very small percentage of
th installment fines imposed by the
BALLET RUSSE TOMORROW l'bJuVJf
because, he has municipal funds in his
City Attorney LaRoche said the
Council should go slowly in interfering
Physicians yesterday announced the
probable recovery of Mrs. Laura Whit
mer, who was accidentally shot by her
Eon on Tuesday night at their home on
Taylor's Ferry road. She rested Well
yesterday at Good Samaritan Hospital.
The .22-caliber bullet entered her
body between the sixth and seventh
ribs on the right side and pierced the
liver. The son was removing cart
ridges from a rifle when the gun was
I. W. W. AGITATOR FINED
Effort to Keen Customers Out of
Boycotted House Related.
Twenty-five dollars, which he didn't
have, or half that number of days In
jail, was the sentence imposed by
Municipal Judge Langguth on James
O'Neill, agitator of the I. W. W.. who
was arrested at the Northwest Bakery
and Coffee House, on Burnside street.
Julius Knisnel. a waiter In the res-
1 taurant, testified that O'Neill selied
prospective patrons of the place by the
coatsleeves, haranguing them. "Don't
go in, it's a scab house!" witnesses
said were his words. The restaurant is
one of those on which the L W. W.
have declared a boycott.
,J Vl ORCIIESTR
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Seats Are Xow Selling at the Ileilig
for Friday and Saturday.
Friday night "Les Sylphldes," "Cle- !
opatre," "Prince Igor," "La Princess
Enchantee. Saturday matinee "Les
Papillons," "Le Spectre de la Rose,"
Scheherazade." faaturday .night "Car-
naval." "Prince Igor." "L'Apres Midi
D'Un Faune," "Thamar. ' Prices
Lower box Beats $6, upper $5; floor $5;
balcony $5. $4, $3. $2. $1.50; gal. $2
$1.50; gal. adm. $1. Adv.
Lower Floor ------ T5
Baleoay ------ GOS S5c
Lower Floor $1.00
Balcony Sl.OO. 75. 50
King; Coal Best for Price.
Also Rock Springs. Tono and Bri
quets. Ice Delivery Co., successor to In
dependent Coal St Ice Co. Mn. $34. Adv.
Coast to Be Well Represented.
From reports received by Portland
railroad men the Pacific Coast will be
well represented at the fourth annual
National Foreign Trade Convention.
which will be held at Pittsburg Janu-
orv 25-27. under the auspices of the
WILL I'OM'I'IVKLY CLOSE
NEXT SUNDAY XKiHT,
tailoring and authen
tic style distinguish
every Norman Bros.
custom- made gar
ment. Acquaint your
self with this estab
lishment if you are
seeking c 1 o th e s of
9 New Arrivals 9
RATKS tt A DAY AND I P,
t V. C'ornrllus. rreaidetit.
II. K. i leti-lirr, MiMUMter
Irk and AloVr. Vortluud. Or.
Very Attractive Winter Ksites.
pgg NORTHWESTERN BAM. BID6. 1 fjj
nlLlj " i ' IT I I III
Fourteenth and Watilntrton tSta.
Kelcrorcrd Concrete Building
Victor Brandt, Koaa Tlnnofraa.
Special Kates by the Week or Month.
'assa- 1 m - V . 1 I 1 I - 1 I - - 1 t - . .1
Green Chile Cheese
puts th punch
In a sandwloh!
FOR A DRY. TICKLING THROAT
THE NEW lOa BOX PROVES T1IFIK WOKTU
B'TTulsr Siz.. ttc. Wc. II. At !rupir(,ts.
JOHN L BROWN & SON. Boston. Mi
Over $1,000,000.00 Assets
for Future Protection
Western Pocahontas, $6.23; Bitumin
ous Rock, $7.25; Washed Buckwheat, $4,
if ordered today. Portland & Suburban
Coal Co.. Broadway 358, A 3358. Adv.
INVESTS all its funds in Oregon
securities exclusively and in 1916
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks
to the kind friends who did so much
during the sickness and death of our
beloved husband and father. Albert
Kroll. and to the Sons of Herman. Schil
ler Lodge. No. 3, and Knights and Ladies
of Security, f.urena council. No. 204,
for their kindness and svmoathv v-
tended with the beautiful floral designs.
RT'Dtf 1,' I Til A T I , , l
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AdV. A."N L f A.U1LI.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the loyal friends whose untiring
devotion and assistance in the illness
of my beloved husband I wish to tender
my deepest gratitude; also to all who
contributed to make the last rites so
comforting ana uplirtlng.
ROSETTA E. HALL. Wife.
Adv. WILBUR W. lIAI.lt Brother.
Exceeded All Previous Records
Made in Oregon by any life insurance company operating in
this state since organization of
Oregon's Successful Life
BEST FOR OREGONIANS
HOME OFFICBK.od S$SZ PORTLAND, OR.
E. N. STRONG.
. ABSt. Mgr.
A. L. MILLS.
C. S. SAMUEL. '
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
ON SALE January 20 and 21. Return
limited to February 18. Stopovers al
lowed en route, both ways, within limit.
Make Reservation Now
Get your tickets at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Washington at Third Street.
Broadway 4500, A 6121
Wm. McMurray, General Passenger Agt.
San Francisco's likeable
American or Enropeia
Rile Right SeiTloa Right
Obadiah Rich, Manager
A Modrrnte-rrlrnl Hotel iff Merit
lauBt Morriaon St ear (inad Ave.
T5r. 1 I'er Dan With Bath. SI. 25
LINN K A HALL.
60S Irving; Street, Near Tweaty-rirat.
New Classes Now Forming
for Adults and Children.
COURSE OF TWELVE LESSONS 3
Private Instruction by Appointment.
Private C'laaaea Formed l( Deaireu.
GENl'INK CHINF.SE VAid NOOni.ES.
MAM r'ACTlKEU l I r; X 1-fc.M. I .
1 l 11V HK til tl.ll'V.
Also High-Grade Sauce for All Sorts of
CHINESE TEA. HOLES ALE AND
SUN MEEN & CO.'Vaone aV5-
WANTED, CHAIRS TO CANE BY.
SCHOOL FOR BLIND
rO?. PARTICULARS. CALX '
MR. J. F. MYERS,
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070, A 6093
THE OREGONIAN '