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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY. JANUARY 2G, 1917. "
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Attention After Maerjagb Ilrr.-
Hulda Kelly filed suit for divorce from I
James Kelly yesterday, asserting- that
tViA ntianti.ino i 1.,,.. hnBhanit 4a
Jf,?nH!!!F EJltor . .Main 70Ta A 6095 continued after wedlock. She asks one-
Advertising; Department " '. '. Main 707o! A 6095 at 20.000 and alimony of 75 a month.
ComnoiiM-room ..Main 7070. A 6095 I Carl Edward Crawford declares that
Printing-room Main 7070. A 6095 1 Marie Bertha Crawford cares more fori
euperintendent Building . . Main 7070, A ouw I other men than for him and desires
a divorce. Daisv Pevton asks a divorce I
AMUSEMENTS. I from John Henry Pavton on the grounds
meiliq (Broadway at Taylor) Musical or desertion.
8:13. ui uomiM. " Johh McCourt Talks Todat. The
Xtirrvvt r-o- reumr meeting or me wiiy liud oi
EA?-??. (Broadway or Sixth, between Alder prMa , K . .j in ,, -re-
gron room ofc the Oregon Hotel, when
and Morrison) Alcazar Stock Company In
-naa Deep Purple." Tonight at 8:15.
VANTAGES (Broadway at Alder) TJn-
equaled vaudeville. Three shows dally.
-:iJ0. 7 and 8:05.
HIPPODROME (Broadway and Tamhlll) ""Sf Shipp
audevllle and moving pictures: 2 to 5, Portland.
to 11 P. M Saturday. Sunday, noil-
conucuous, 1:15 to 11 r. M.
John McCourt will speak on "A Leglsla- I
tion Looking Toward a Bonus or Sub
sidy Fund for the Purpose of Encourag
ing- Shipping in and Out of the Port of I
BnrLDiso Codi to Bb Topic Pro-1
f f-Kfzrtr TTnntine-fl et efti Cnllpire. will I
STRAND (Park, West Park and Stark) I speak on Sunday evening-at 7:45 o'clock
motion pictures continuous, at the Public Forum, Unitarian Church.
at Broadway and Yamhill street, on A
Advertisements " ,- - 1 PrnnnnsH 7(na Cvsto m fm i TCllilrllnvl
. - ' - vnj c n a i u i - - , - uv..w . ... . " . . . i
inei Columns In RunHav- w I tA. I I) ! 1 ,, ; ......: n .. .1 K1. 1
Crul c...r . onsmesa uum By i discussion invited.
o'clock Saturday venlns.
E Y. W. C A. NEEDiS GREAT
CAMPAIGN FOR FUNDS WILL. BE
1 -DBLJC INVITED TO LECTURES. Th
iiiviteu 10 attend the spe
-.! ictiures mat will be given to
night in the Central Library to mem
bers of the University of Oregon ex
tension classes. At 7:30 Dr. Landsbury
lectures to the class in musical under-
""'"a uur ueoi to Bach," piano
numbers being used to illustrate and
at 8:30 to the clasn in th, eHaiico f
music on "Dissonance With Swlai W582 stia Lacking to Bring Fond to
l'olnt Insuring; Service la All
Keference to the Diminished Seventh
Chord." At 8 o'clock Dr. B. W. DeRnsW-
speaks to the class in child nsvrholne-v
on "The Mental Development of the Re-
i a r n n hi ih"- o t . . . -r-x - , , .
in his seTieV of llcTuVL n7 Un,es 6l PePle c 'orward with
problems in American education, speak, checks for 1000 each; or unless 60
vn .Movements in the Field of TJnl-1 eenerous persons wun aonauons oi I
verslty Education the Professional $100 each: or. In fact, if some such
School." Classes in architecture
will meet this evening are: Descrip- Women's Christian Association will not
",ai'u,u niatius, oeginning. at 7:30 and a mti. in r mznn i.
"You can buy everything; in the
wona except health."
These sloppy days what
are you going to do
with your Yeet?
Put 'em in a pair of
Ralston Health Shoes
and forget 'em.
Our shoe department is
devoted to the comfort
of your feet every
thing here from rub
bers to pumps.
The windows are an in
teresting chapter of the
story of values now
here in the $14 and $20
suit and overcoat offer
ings. Notice them today.
Extra. Jf J
Specials fl J
the Basket .!
last, you can
VAN CAM7S SOrP
Chicken, Bouillon, Mulligataw
ney, Gumbo, Mock Turtle. 3
cans for 25C
Tomato concentrated only a
few of these left to sell at less
than the old price 3 cans 256
No. 2 cans. This is the best
pineapple packed in the islands.
Kich, ripe fruit and best cane
sugar. S 25c cans for..81.30
8TEERO BEEP EXTRACT
CLUES 35c size for 304
NABOB OREGON PRUNES
No. 8 boxes. Largest, fanciest
fruit grown in Oregon. The
box. SI. 15
SANTA CLARA PRUNES
Packed dry In 5-lb. tins. This
fruit is sweet. It requires but
little sugar in cooking. 75c
tin for .................. .656
A very delicious stimulant;
prepared instantly by the addi
tion of hot water; good any
time of the day or night. 40c
bottle for 30?
Morrison at Fourth St.
S. & IL Stamps as Usual.
lif- f ? 7.ed at 8:3: drawinS om to make up the necessary J15.000. If
al ' something startling doesn't take place
&tmphont Orchestra to Reitearse. I today it is said the association will be
The final rehearsal of thA Pnrtianfl ! in a. serious state financially, and man v
Symphony Orchestra for its fourth con-1 of tbe good departments will have to
cert or the season next Sunday after-1 start the year badly handicapped.
noon win Do held at the Eleventh- Others will have to discontinue actlvt-
streec theater this morniner at in ties indefinitely.
o clock. Fifteen hundred Portland high I Last night when the captains as
echool students will be the guests of sembled to report it was found that
the orchestra at the rehearsal. Walde-so far $8417.25 had been donated, but
mar Lind conducts and the principal I tbe fact remained that $6582.75 is still
nuraoer or tne programme will be the I needed.
eJ.' 85rmPhony ?y Mrs. 11. H. A. Urgent Need to Be Told,
Beach. "fammiQ Amppicon I
pianist. The ticket sale for Sunday "lh"B" ni wn.r U y,. foI"e the Strand Theater under
afternoon's concert is now on at Sher- daJ- ,fn? w.?e" hZt the stage name of "Ben Beno."
man, Clay cc Co. i jmniLu uiuurj, iu u"""j e
Church Plat to Be Givm Tk .n. .. .in v. j i was one of Portland's pioneer police-
young people of University Park will be told of the great urgency for assist- men a"d, serveds fn tbi forc? ,forTr35
present the "Spinster's Return" at the anee. a years before retiring. He died in Ka-
Artisans Hall, Tuesday evening, for the This is the first time that a deficit ""natwo years ago. jurs. paries loo p
u.l ui iuk uunooui jnurcn or that I was ever found to exist at the begin
communjtv. This is n tpn n i im I ; - rri i j . 1 1
tn the i .nn.,lln, n finn T-ho kl.h I la in nunc a. galaxy ol
Play a pleasins programme has h fi en m v. L talent that was developed over the old
prepared. Mrs. Martha Lula D. Scott I sity. The management does not want
win give tne reading "Jean aljean," to charge the needy and friendless
fllia GtlA Will n n acistM i n Antao a 1 : l i t i n I w&o- jr uuiigoici a i.ia-
inir hv ATr nnri Air-a r.mv. t t-. I f ,. ; it, ... Charley Patterson, who is
Webster. Mrs: Carlson sTnri Mi so "a'ii fi"" a"U M " ""mB lU" 'uu",- fame as Charlie Siegrest and appears
Wakefield. 1 xiisa Jane Scott Is head of the cam
SOL.B Possessiott Asked. Sole Tios-1 paign. Miss Carrie A. Holbrook and
session of property valued at $2000 is I members of the board and friends have
asked by Mrs. Helen Oatman In a. unit worked diligently during the campaign.
for divorce from Charlea T. natron I and have met with kind treatment from
filed in the Circuit Court veatprdv I those whom they have visited. Owing
Though the real estate is in the name of to tbe fine weather many have been out
ber husband and herself, Mrs. Oatman wheI1 the workers called to see them,
asserts that it was purchased with her DUt these will be seen within a few
inoney. The Oatmans were married in aa-ys-
Vancouver, Wash., in 1S95. Mrs. Oat- Departments Are Varied.
man Says that her husband desfirfert I Tri V W C ,V nnnriilfta a fr in
ner in December, 1915. Bertha Mundy I ployment bureau; travelers' aid depart
Tiled Suit for divorce from William I mnt with wnrker-A At All thA iiinntji Pl.l.lrf PMAnM HImmi... f. ArifMi 4.
s.muuy yosieruay, alleging drunkenness, to protect girls, women and children
oman demands Brother s Arrest. traveling alone or needing help; a
The arrest of her brother, O. R. Taylor, physical department with gymnasium
37 years old, was reluctantly demanded and swimming tank; a rooming depart
by Mrs. Lily B. Smith, who came to ment: Bible study and social meetings:
Police headquarters yesterday and re-1 general office where girls are given
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that absolute satisfaction which
only thorough learninsr and
modern Instruments can guar
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catch phrase It assures you an
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Promises Are Made Good
Tour personal appearance is a matter of importance. We will
assist you in making your glasses an ornament, not a disfigure
ment. We make so charge for consultation.
No matter where your glasses were made, we will promptly
duplicate your broken lens, and our moderate charge will prove
an agreeable surprise to you. .
Show That Money Had Been
Loaned to Defendant.
A woman's telegrams were inipor-
leged unfair competition and business
tactics and be made to pay S1005.50 for
damage already done. Mr. Reese was
general manager of the Portland
Company from September, 1914, to
June, 1916, and Mr. Firnple, a collector
for the concern, from January. 1912,
to October. 1916.
ported the theft of her automobile, I shelter. assistance and friendship; tant exhibits In the successful suit of branch of the National Gas Governor
rccenwy purcnasea Mrs. smith, whose ' y w"f- "M.r' Katherine Huntsman against E
F"l n m A It ar thA r 1 vinm A-a..4 . i . a i i I H.n it Itch ritnAr nfflnnntt In TrtAI
Di firfir- r-or, i v,-' summer a cottir lit fieirhart u miln. Wilker, a landscape artist, and
had lntfim.i ,o- f i, , tsineii. There rirls mav iret irond I wife. Rita Walker, in the court
irn tn ieni with j ,1.. J raratinn at a reasonable rata and in I District Judge Dayton yesterday. Th
ehe had learned subseauentlv of varinno congenial surroundings. To keep all telegrams were from Mrs. Walker to
lies he had told her. The car and I these departments going requires money, I Mrs. Huntsman, from whom she bor-
'xayior have been missing for two days, and it is 10 neip me cause aiong mai roweu "
DR. BAROENTICH TALKS Conditlnns I v'"l'B" " """"" .a
in berbla formed the subiect of an d- I
dress delivered to the members of the
TTniversity Club and their friends at
luncheon yesterday noon by Dr. Spiro
Fargentlch. Dr. Sargentich touched
upon the pitiful condition of the Serbian
refugees, driven from their homes in a
practically penniless state by the ad
vancing Teuton armies. He also de
plcted the fight which is being made
by physicians and others against the
ravages of typhus and other diseases.
Kealtt Board to Hear Two Speakers.
The programme at today's luncheon
meeting of the Portland Realty Board
Will hn rnnrint.il rm.I.i. h j
manship of K. N. Wheeler. George W. said that a Suardian should never have
mapieion win speak on "JIakine Port- en appoimcu. oui ne waa wuue-
Elderly Man Objects to Hav
ing Wife Handle Money.
H. M. Tenney Fence With Jndge
Tasnell Over Qneatloa of Ase,
Only t oncedingj That He'a "More
M. TEXNET, of St. Johns, wanted
Will call you long distance 9:30
o'clock tomorrow morning," was in
formation contained in a telegram dis
patched from Salt Lake City.
If possible wire Jioo or more, ran
another. It continued: "Make it o00.
Saturday. Never be forgotten. Rather
die than embarrass me before rela
tives until my money Is handed over.
The Dlaintlff contended that the
money was borrowed from her on the
representation of Mrs. vvaiKer mai
she was heir to a J60.000 estate in
Kugene, Or., and that she had to make
a trip to Omaha, Neb., to straighten
lesral technicalities up before she
cmild bt ft the money.
For the use of the ieo airs, waiaer
naid $50. according to evidence.
I. W. W. KEEPS PROMISE
Continued Disorderly Picket Duty
Leads to Jail Sentence.
True to his promise to misbehave,
James O'Neil. I. W. W. picket, who
recently completed a 12-day sentence
for disorderly conduct, appeared be
fore Municipal Judge Langguth on a
similar charge He was sentenced to
serve 15 days.
As in the first case, the complainant
was Julius Knispei, a waiter employed
in a coffee-house at Second and Burn
Knispei testified that CXeil violent-
On I ,y abused patrons and fired epithets at
- . - , i1- " -"jm , . - .. , -.anyone wno attempted to patronize tne
land a Convention City" and Dr. Charles haired and bowed with age. and Judge account 5X5 had been paid, and the , fir. conviction
J. Smith will talk on 'Oregon's Oppor-j Tazwell feared that his business sense suit was for the balance of S12j.
i". V.-.V- Jnc"as import Trade by was not keen as In younger days,
bureau lor orain and that his 8maU estate would not be
I safe in his own hands,
hiakcei. bishop tvETURNS. Anxiety j.'. P. Drinker, cashier of the First
. vf a- BlsnPs 3-year- National Bank of St. Johns, who had
old son. Marcel, who disappeared after I ho., gmintH n.f Tr.nv-U ..mrji.n
cchool Wednesday night, was set at represented to the County Court that
cany jcsieruay, wnen xne-rjoy re- he no longer desired to serve.
urnea to nis home at 4-'JS l ifty-sec- "What's the matter with giving your
f d. av'e.nue bo"thast. The father said wife charge of the property?" asked the
' . ow oai.-iiai lui u v oaa ex i judge.
piainea me aDsence and that he was so Mr. Tenney shook his head doubt-
overjoyed mat punishment was for- fully. She was his second wife and
toLien. was of Indian blood.
O'Neil told Judge Langguth that he
would continue the same course as soon
M0WREY RECITAL TONIGHT
Prominent Musicians Arrange En- CORNERSTONE TO BE LAID
ICriailllUCUV I T-.1 r.rl Trnln TTnlH
Ceremony Next Monday Morning.
supporting women. Tenth and Mont
Dr. T. L. Eliot will offer the prayer
and Mrs. J. B. Comstock, president, will
give a short address. Mrs. Henry K.
Jones will speak for the board and
members, and James B. Kerr will rep
resent the trustees. Miss Carrie A. Hol
brook, president of the Y. W. C. A., has
been Invited to participate in the pro
The subscriptions are coming In gen
erously and the success of the institu
tion seems assured. The old bulldlns
at 610 Flanders street has boused the
organization for about 25 years.
REVENUE OFFICER IS BACK
S. 31. Miles Is Witness in Liquor
Trial at San I" ranclsco.
S. tl. Miles, chief deputy in the office
of Internal Revenue Collector Miller,
has returned from San ' Francisco,
where he was a witness in a whisky-
misbranding case, in which Steve
Craig, J. M. Craig and Fred Houser
The three men are members of a
wholesale liquor house and are ac
cused of conspiracy to defraud the
Government by misbranding liquor
shipments to Portland.
Efforts are being made to bring the
defendants to Portland for trial.
Dent Mowrey. well known as a pian
ist, will annear in piano recital tonight
at 8:15 o ciock at tne jittie ineaLer,
Twentv-third street, near Washington,
assisted by Mrs. Dent Mowrey, wno is
also a talented pianist.
The recital has awakened decided in
terest both in society and musical cir-
On second thought.
guardian. At-I with the knowledge that the Judge did
torney George I. Brooks was appointed I not intend to allow him to keep and
Tazwell for Harrv C. Mowrt-v. whn admitted that it micht he crrmd Idea. cles. and the committee in charge of
twice has been adjudged a paranoiac. Instead of appointing a guardian, the event hopes tor a iare attena
HfrtWfAV la n t nront rrt narAla -r?vn-n I Ttirlo-a Tq Tarell afHaiwiI that t t a mnrtAV I &HC6.
the asylum. His guardian gave bond be deposited in a bank in the wife's! Mr. and Mrs. Mowrey will play as
nt S3000. He will hand!- th mono c I nn tne n rut that Me. Tennev h- naid I One number the "C Major Concerto,
of the Mowrey estate which is valued $30 a month as long as the $800 deposit lone of Beethoven's most notable com-
between 130.000 and Sin ilOd I should last. When it crives nut there I positions. Mr. Mowrey win play se-
Mazamas Arranob Wai.v Ti"n- should be a possibility of selling the lections irom nis o n coinpuBinoua. n-
their Sundav afternoon outiner the small property holdings of Mr. Tenney.
Mazamas will assemhle at the Portland Mr. Tenney was reticent about ad
Railway, Light & Power Company depot mitttng be was an old man.
t First and Alder at 1:15 P. M. for "How old are your asked Judge
their departure soon afterward. The I iazweiu
localitv and route of th hike numoaelv Mr. Tenney's face wrinkled into a
have been ketit secret to be revealed I smile. "Oh, I'm more than 21," said he.
only at time of taking the trip.
I.ud Clark, a carman, employed by the JITNEY FRANCHISE IS ISSUE
I'ortland Railway. Light & Power Com
pany. was bruised badly yesterday Linn(on Residents Said to Favor
" inii iirz was rnusQl Deiween two I
streetcars at the Piedmont car barns. I Stephen Carver's Request
J ' " ws laiten to uooa Samaritan ttos
Pital for treatment. His home is at
117 East Sumner street. I A delegation of residents of Whit-
Mrs. Pattox ADMrNisTRATRix. Louise wood Court, Willbridge and other
Patton. widow of the late Charles Pat- points along Linnton road will appear
ton who died. sutDosedlv a suicida from before the Council today In favor of
financial worries, on January 14. was granting a jitney trancnise to otepnen
The cornerstone of the new building
of the Portland Women's Union will be
laid next Monday morning at 11 o'clock
at the new site for the home of self-
"7:30 o'clock Saturday evening and 8:30
o'clock other evenings is the closing hour for
accepting Classified Ads. for proper classifi
cation for the next day's issue."
Do Not Wait
Until the Last Minute
By so doing you are handicapping; yourself and
will have several things to contend with.
You do not have the proper time to plan 3Tour
Ad. or to get it ready.
By putting off until the last minute tilings you
desire to do are oftentimes forgotten. The closing
hour slips around fast and then it's too late.
In phoning Ads. at this time, not only is your
line apt to be busy, but on account of hundreds of
phone Ads. being received it is naturally more dif
ficult to reach The Oregonian.
Remember that The Oregonian carries an enor
mous number of classified Ads. and by getting your
copy in early the possibilities of errors are negligible.
Do It Now
If it's more convenient phone your Ads. Tele
phone Ads. will be accepted from subscribers to
SUNRISE TRIPS TO LARCH . MOUNTAIN
that tiLj "old
thes mount Ala trtiM.
Amateurs ct lota of
fun and worth -whlla
when Xhty to with
organised partie aucii
as tbe Muimy. It
you enfoj th treat
eut-doora and crisp,
clear air. w will b
lad to help you find
an opportunity to go.
Round-trip tickets to Bridal Veil sood on
train leaving Union Station 11:20 Saturday
night, return to be made Sunday afternoon.
MT. HOOD LODGE trip0 $5
on sale every day 30 day limit.
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 3D AT WASHINGTON
BROADWAY 4500 : A-6121
W m. McMurrsy, General Psssenger A jent
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR PARTIES
CARD OF" THASKS.
We wish to ezDress our sincere
thanks to the friends who so kindly
assisted in our late bereavement and
for the many beautiful floral offeringrs.
GEO. M. NORTON AM) FAMILY.
MRS. C. G. HOKER AND FAMILY.
MRS. "VVM. E. NORTON AND FAMILY.
cludlnKT "Impressions d'Art, " portraying
impressions made upon him by four
frreat world-masterpieces. His other
numbers range from Bach to tebussy.
FORESTERS HOLD ELECTION
Kummfl Chosen. Chairman of
named administratrix of his J2000 estate Carver to operate large buses on a
yesterday. Mr. Patton came of a pioneer schedule over the road rather than to
family. He left two children, Lvman the Jitney Drivers' Vnion for operation
Patton. aged 20, and Ruth Patton, ot small jitneys.
atred 9. A number of letters have been re-
The annual election of officers of
the Portland section of the Society of
American Foresters was held in the
Beck building Tuesday at the regular
monthly meeting of the organization.
The officers chosen at that time
were: J. T. Kummel, Portland, chair
man; A. G. Jackson, Portland, secre
tary-treasurer, and E. O. Siecks. Salem,
member of the executive committee.
The society is composed of profes
sional foresters. Monthly meetings are
held, at which time questions relating
No "IFS," "ANDS" or"BUTS"
There is nothing about a policy in the Columbia Life that is left to
chance, good fortune, or discretion. By every term you are
the rights, benefits and increases attached to your policy.
S. P. LOCKWOOD, Vice-President and General Manager.
Home Office, Stevens Bldg., Portland, Or.
t.-. . ceived by the Council from business to forestry are discussed.
t-iv . , i, ' I concerns of Linnton favoring the large!
?h,ipCsou; wmderartodps EX-EMPLOYES ARE SUED
session to decide the franchise question
one way or another.
criminal attack on 8-year-old Noble
jN-obayashi. son of a Japanese gardener.
He will have a hearing Friday before
District Judge Dayton.
President Foster to Speak. Dr. TV.
T. Foster, president of Keed College.
will speak in Turn Hall, Fourth and Son of Pioneer Portland Policeman
j amnui streets, at s o ciock this even-
HUDSON BOY COMES HOME
Ing on "War Prosperity Your Share
and Mine. The lecture is open to
' the public
School. Books, second-hand, bought,
old and exchanged at 170 Fifth st-. op
posite Postoffice. Adv.
Xow 1 'a mo us Athlete.
National Gas Governor Company
Charges Unfair Tactics.
That ex-employes of the National
Gas Governor Company, now partners
in the Portland Gas Regulator Com
pany, have used copies of records of
their old employer for their own bene
fit, have tampered with machines in
stalled, and- by misrepresentation and
trickery have injured the National
Company, are charges in a suit filed
One of H. M. Hudson's boys used to
go down and do stunts on an impro
vised trapeze over a sawdust pile In
Smith Pnrll.nrt npar AnA Af (h. Knvr-
Citows Point Crautt now oocn. Phonl miiu fjn.iiv h wat, ow.v ,.).. v. .-, I rA,t
rienaerson. tong-aistance, oroett, Barnum & Bailey and made an Inter- The National Company asks that S.
Aav' I niitlonAl reDuttlon. A few dATi arn rt R.m. nnA C 1 T Kimnle tins rinlne
PB-rsidAlc WlTO. V 34. Oregonian. 1 he drooned into Portland again for the i business as the Portland Gas Res-u-
Adv. 1 first time in 16 years and beean per. 1 lator Company, be restrained from al-
We naive the SLbilftv to fit vour eves with criasses l
correctly. Thousands of oeoDle have shown their
confidence in us by wearing our glasses, and it f I-j
is a matter of economy for you to trade with me. V?
HER MT PRirFJl
senses &pnero in your own 1 -i-
Lenses Sphero in gold
filled frame X50
Lenses Sphero (curved) in
G. E. glass mounting.... 93.SO t
Kryptok Leases SS.OO to f 15.00
STAPLES, The Jeweler
06 MORR1SOV ST, Between 3d and 4th.
Help to Build
for careful people who realize
the energy tied up in a dollar
is one of the functions of a
good bank. The Ladd & Tilton
Bank is glad to do more than
merely safeguard its customers
funds. In addition to taking a
personal friendly interest in
the men and women who make
the success of this institution
possible, it is pleased to give
advice on investments and
other business matters. Come
in and talk things over with us.
Ladd & Tilton Bank
Washington and Third
Geary Street, lust off Union Square
Euro d e an Plan $1.50 a daj op
BraaktasteOe LuacbbOc Oiiuiar 11.00
Meet Ffjaoo Mails in the Uatted States
Kw steel sad concrete structure. Center
ef theater, cafe and retail districts.
Oa carlines transferring all over city.
T.Va MnnidDsl car line direct to door.
Motor Bus meets trains and steamers
Golden West Coffee
is -just Risnt-
OCHVAB PRINTING C
A BEN r.OtVtEXE-HAJUJV FISCHER
KJ STARK STREET StCQN
Phone Your Want