Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 10, 1918, Page 9, Image 9

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City Editor .' Main TOTO. A 0f
Sunday Kdltnr Main TOTO. A 05
Advertlslnc Department ...Main TOTO. A SCfX
Busarlntendcnt of building .Main TOTO, A SOW
JfAXTAGES (Broadway at AMtr) Vauaa-
vlUc. Three ahowa dally. 2:30. I ana :ua.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving picture 2 to 6;
44 to It P. M. Saturdays, Sundays, holl-
ya. continuous, to 11 P. M.
STBAXn (Washington street, between Park
and West Park) Vaudsvllls and morlni
' pictures; continuous,
fcTRIC (Foonh and Btark) ifualcal com'
dy, daily, afternoon and niche
tta River) Band concerts and dlyerslXlad
entertainment, afternoon and night.
Subscribe with the following agents,
st your Summer resort, to secure tho
nioet prompt delivery of The Orego
man. City rates. Subscriptions by
mail aro paysols la advance:
Bar-view. Or F. C. Robinson
Kay City. Or O. E. Shelley
Bay Ocean. Or H. U King
Brighton. Or A. W. Row,
Carson. Wash
Mr a. M. C. Martin and Carl A. Smith
Columbia Beach. Or...F. M. McCluro
Keola. Or. ..Cannon Beach Merc. Co.
Garibaldi. Or S. M. McMillan
Gearhart. Or W. I. Robinson
Long Beach. Wash. .W. E. Strauhal
Manhattan Beach. Or.. Mrs. E. Elden
Manzajilta. Or. E. Kardell
JCahcotta. Wash H. J. Brown
Newport. Or O. J. Herron
Ocean Park. Wssh.Emma 8. Csmpbell
Psclflo Beach. Wn., Lewis Burllngamo
Rockaway. Or Frank Miller
Feaslde, Or J. H. Jones
Preview. Wash.. H. E. Perrln
Tillamook. Or.... J. S. Lamar
Wheeler, Or R H. Cady
on Sale at
Business Office, Oregonlsn.
Ladtstjos Facte Niw Peril, The
local office of the United States for
estry service has received an unique
ang-gestion from Idaho in regard to
Utilizing more fully the pood offices
of the useful ladybug. The lady bug
winters In the high mountain ranges.
At an altitude of 9000 or 10,000 feet and.
unfortunately, does not come down in
the Spring early enough to be of the
greatest value to orchardlsts in eradi
eating the destructive aphis. Under the
plan offered, it is suggested that the
ladybugs be gathered in the Fall, kept
in storage during the Winter and
turned out as early as needed in the
Spring. The plan is considered feasible
auid may be tried out.
Cojcvknttow la Postponed. J. Allen
Harrison, chairman, and Mrs. Adah
Wallace Unruh, secretary, of the Pro
hibition party, announced yesterday
that the Third Congressional District
convention of Prohibitionists advertised
to be held at Central Library next Mon
day night has been postponed until
further notice. In the meantime, the
party has asked for a legal opinion as
to the status of a nominating assembly
under the provisions of the direct pri
mary law. The purpose of this pro
posed convention was the nomination
or Indorsement of a candidate for Rep
resentative in Congress from this dis
Bobxmiam to Raissj Ftnrcs. The
Sohemian (Czech) National alliance of
Portland In order to raise funds ap
portioned as its quota for the main
tenance of the Czecho-SIovak armies
fighting with the allies in Europe and
Asia, will give an entertainment and
Informal dance at .the Bohemian Hall,
East Fourteenth and Duke streets to
Sight at 8 o'clock. Speakers who will ad
dress " the audience in English and
Bohemian will explain the political
aims of the Czecho-SIovaks and the
reason for their participation in the
world war on the side of the allies.
Pkbxatb Names Godfather. Dr,
William Wallace Toungson yesterday
received word that he had been ap
pointed godfather to Henri L Mao,
born October 16. 1907. address Rue St.
Jean, Treboul (Flnlatere) France. The
appointment was made by Major Lee
Smith, of Pittsburg, grand master of
the Knights Templar of the United
States. The grand encampment has
adopted 100 war orphans. Dr. Young-
son being grand prelate is given one
s his god-child.
"Washington Gexerai, Herb. Briga
dier-General Harvey J. Moss, Adjutant-
General of the National Guard of Wash
Ington. arrived from Seattle yesterday
for a conference with Adjutant-General
John M. Williams, who has recently
returned from Washington, D. C. Gen
eral Williams has recently Installed a
card Index system which will give the
rames and particulars of every boy of
the state who has met death on, the
battlefield or in the hospitals abroad.
Soss or Veterans to Meet. A meet
Ing of all Rons of Veterans of the Civil
War is called to meet at Grand Army
of the Republic Hall. 6TS Courthouse,
n Monday evening at 8 o clock, the
last meeting before the Grand Army
encampment, which opens on August
19. All eons of Civil War veterans.
whether affiliated with the organlsa
tlon or not, are asked to attend and
aid In the plans for entertainment and
risH .:oirPA!rr spes. Suit for re
covery of approximately $1750 has been
Started against the Hennlngsen Produce
Company In a complaint filed by the
roty Fish Company. Plaintiff alleges
It pnrcnasea 'JZ ooxos or frozen smelt
from the defendant concern for ehlD
rnent to Boston. It Is alleged the smelt
were not fit for consumption. Recovery
of the purchase price, together with
j:;0 lost in profit, is demanded by the
plaintiff company.
Wrist Watch Presented. A hand
some wrist watch, suitably In graved,
was presented to Miss Katherine Funk,
chief clerk in the bureau of parka, who
win leave juonaay lor Washington,
Z. C. where she will accept a clerk
ship in the War Department. The wrist
watch was given to Miss Funk by em
ployes of the Park Bureau. She has
been employed by the city for the past
ight years.
FtrxERai. or Bot Held. Edgar Wal
lac Hopkins, Jr.. the K-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hopkins, of 18C
Willamette boulevard, died Wednes
day after a five days' illness of diph
theria. Funeral services were held
Thursday with Rev. J. Bowersox offl
elating. Interment was in Rivervlew
Cemetery. Little Edgar was an only
Auto Owrxr Is Sued. Because the
ligaments of her legs were torn In an
automobile accident. July 6, Ruth Eng
lish Is suing Edith Avery for $5000
damages. The plaintiff alleges the ac
cident, which occurred on Sandy boule
vard, waa caused by the careless driv
ing of the defendant. Face and scalp
-wound's also were sustained, says the
plaintiff. -
Ranger Is Proud Father. Ranger
Albert Wiesen, well-known forest offi
cial at the Eagle Creek campgrounds
Jn Columbia forest, is the proud father
of a baby daughter born Thursday
sight at a local hospital.
Beoinntno Monday, Aug. 12. special
attention will be given to the treatment
nd care of children's teeth, to prevent
decay and Irregularity. smith Long
Clinic, Broadway bldg.. city. Adv.
Razors Honed, safety blades sharpened.
Portland Cutlery Co.. 86 6th. near Stark.
Scndat Trip Cascade locks and re
turn; Ash-st. dock 7 A. M. Fr. $1.10.
A 7T12. Brdy. 454. Adv.
Dr. F. O. Lehman, 408 Alu-ion build
ing, has returned. Main C718. Adv.
En the ladles play ball Sunday;
fce4itlfua-Crystal Lake -Park. Adv,
Daughters to Help Entertain.
Betsy Ross Tent. No. 1. Daughters of
Veterans, will do its part in entertain
ing the old soldiers who visit Port
land during the Grand Army of the
Republic encampment, according to
plans laid at a meeting of the organ!
zation Thursday evening. Committees
were appointed to co-operate with the
citizens" committee and committees of
the Sons of Veterans in arranging for
the reception of visiting delegates.
Members were also assigned to assist
at the information desk which will be
maintained at the Multnomah Hotel
during the encampment. Dr. Florence
Sharp Manlon was named as an ad
ditional delegate to the National con
vention of Daughters of Veterans to
be held at the Hotel Benson August
19 to 23.
Pbeudo Policemen Operate. Two
well-dressed men, one about SO and
the other about 60 years of age, are
masquerading In Portland a police
Inspectors and are going about the city
demanding permission to enter and
examine homes, according to a report
made to the police yesterday by Mrs.
Holmes, proprietor of a grocery store
at Fessenden and Oswego streets. The
Police Department has requested that
Portland people be on the watch for
the pseudo officers and notify the
police at ones if the men try to repeat
the performance of yesterday.
Salt Fish" Is Contraband. Two
barrels of "salt fish." which upon ex
amination proved to contain 80 gallons
of whisky, were seized Thursday night
by two deputy Internal revenue collec
tors. Andrew Andersen, 677 East Elev
enth street, who employed an express
man to get the "fish." was later ar
rested, accused of violating the Reed
amendment and of misbranding liquor.
Andersen asserts the barrels were
shipped by Carl Swanaon. who naa
Dromised-to send him some fish. He
could not account for the presence of
the whisky.
Salmon Streams Inspected District
Game Warden Clark and Deputy Fish
Warden Rathbun returned Thursday
night from a trip -of inspection in Clat-
. .. ' i
sop and trolumDia counues.
there, they arranged lor me removal
of portions of the- upper and lower
falls on the north fork of the Nehalem
River, tn nermlt the free passage of
salmon and trout. Hitherto the falls
have obstructed the passage of the fish
to the spawning grounds of the upper
river and the proposed Improvement
will nrove an important aid in the
propagation of fish.
Book Circulation Gains. The sta
tion which the Portland Library Asso
ciation has established at the Albina
engine works shows a very gratifying
Increase in its circulation. Each Thurs
day more and more of the men find
their war to the librarian's desk out
side the T" hut and get books. Be
sides the technical works relating to
shipbuilding the Library each week
unDlles the yard with a case of the
latest books on the war and on gen
eral sublecta. The war books espe
cially are very popular with the men.
entire Portland police force was of the
opinion last night that law violations
had at last com to an end in this
Mtv. laavlnsr them free to join ino
colors. No arrests were made from 10
o'clock Thursday night until 4 o'clock
last night. Every autoist gave the
proper signals when he wished to turn
a corner and not one drove faster than
tho law provides. There wasn t even
an arrest for intoxication or other
violation of tho prohibition law.
Geologist Opt for Reno. H. M.
Lawrle. chairman of the Oregon bureau
of mines and geology, left last even
ing for Reno. Nev to attend a meet
ing of economists and gold producers
ir, union from August 12 to 14. The
session is held at the invitation of Gov
t.rnr Fmmtt Boyle, who has also in
vlted the members of the Federal
reserve banking district to discuss the
crisis In gold production or me unnea
States. .
Waoon Stolen From Shop. Jim
Retas, 29 East Third street North, re
ported to the police yesterday that a
single wagon, belonging to him, with
shaft and running gear painted -yellow
and top painted red and yellow, was
stolen rrom Peterson's blacksmith
shop. Grand avenue and East Glisan
streets, on August 8. Retas was told
by the owner of the blacksmith shop
that two boys came and claimed the
Portland to Furnish 260 Men
1 in August Draft.
Some Boards, It Is Said, Will Be
Obliged to Draw, Youths Who
Registered in Juno
Complete Quotas.
Portland will furnish 260 of the 1000
selectives called from Oregon for en-
tralnment in the five-day period be
ginning August 26, and the Multnomah
County board will add 20 more to the
contingent to go forward to Camp
Lewis. Quota calls were sent out to
boards of the state yesterday from the
office of Captain J. E. Culllson, select
ive service executive of the Adjutant-
General's office.
Two boards of the state, Nob. 1 and
9, of Portland, are not asked to fur
nish men under the new call, announced
from Washington Thursday night.
These divisions have credits to their
accounts which brought their omission
from the list this time.
On completing the filling of this new
call Oregon will have sent 1869 class 1
men into the country's military forces.
under five separate calls. This aggre
gate is not yet as large as draft offi
cials had been led to expect. In July
2500 men were called from Oregon and
it was then asserted that the August
calls would be of about equal size over
the country. No surprise would be
evoked were another demand for 400
to 600 men, to be furnished on or about
September 1, received.
Some boards of the state will be
obliged to draw youths who registered
M. Scott in a suit for divorce filed yes
terday against Ida Scott. They were
married at Livingston, Mont, in 1895
and separated In ,1916.
John L. Schuyleraan, in a suit filed
yesterday, says that Mae Schuyleman
drove him from their home eeveral
times at the point of a revolver. Other
oharges of cruelty are made. They
were married at Vancouver in 1914.
Desertion Is alleged in the complaint
which Roy L. Maule filed against Daisy
J. Maule, whom he married at Medford
in 1912. The plaintiff demands custody
of their minor child.
Ctroult Judge Stapletsn yesterday
signed decrees granting Mary Ann Shaw
a divorce from L. E. Shaw; Barney
Dionne a divorce from Em man S. Dl
onne, and Pearl McHale from Thomas
McHale. Desertion was charged in each
Belle Eoff, who married Henry EofT
at Salem in 1892, is plaintiff in a dl
voroe suit in which she charges ex
treme cruelty. She asks for the cus
tody of their two children and $50 a
month for their support.
Administration Created for Purpose of
Providlna; People With Adequate
and Comfortable Service.
Circular No. 12, of R. H. Aiahton,
regional director of the northwestern
territory of the United States Railroad
administration, is devoted to the sub
ject of "Courteous and Attentive Eerv
ice to the General Public" With the in
troductory statement that the director
general feels very strongly that the
railroad administration was "created
for the purpose of providing the public
not only with adequate service but with
comfortable service, so far as this is
consistent with the paramount neces
sities of the war," the regional director
classifies considerate and courteous
treatment as an essential part of ade
quate service. A feeling on the part of
the public of a lack of attentiveness
only in June in order to fill the latent ' and courtesy on the part of railroad
auotas. In a general way, however,
the filling of the call will mark the
draining of class 1 men of the original.
1917 registration.
' Division quotas were announced as
Baker 801 Marlon No. 1 42
Benton 12 Marlon No. 2 15
Clackamas 40i Morrow 12
Clatsop ......... .651 Multnomah .......20
Columbia lSJFolk 6
Coos 40' Sherman
slTUIamook 10
. 81 Umatilla SO
.10 Union 20
.431 Wallowa 6
Deschutes .
Douglas . .
Gilliam ....
Harney . . .
Hood River
Jarkson . .
Jefferson ..
Josephine .
Klamath . .
Lane ......
Lincoln ...
Linn 801
Hf.lhiktir 12
Total 1000
41 Wasco
. .10 Washington ...
. . 6 Wheeler
.. 61 Yamhill
. .83i Portland No. 2.
.. 8
. 0
Portland No. 3.
Portland No. 4.
Portland No. 8 25
Portland No. 6 zu
Portland No. 7..... 25
Portland No. 8 8,
Portland No. 10.... 45
employes has been created whether
Justified or not that will require dili
gent effort on the part of railroad em
ployes and subordinate officers to re
It is recommended that some "four
minute men" be appointed on each dl
vision to impress the employes with
the Importance of efficient and prompt
service courteously rendered. It is re
cited in the circular that irritation has
been caused by delays in purchasing
tickets at ticket windows, and it is Bug
gested that a study of each situation
will enable the Immediate application
of the proper remedy. Either the addi
tion of more ticket windows or more
ticket clerks, or of informed floor
walkers to discover and adjust people's
needs are suggested as means that may
be employed in such cases.
PRixn enters War Service. Rev.
Father John Brltz. of Holy Redeemer
parish, will leave Sunday to enter the
service as an Army chaplain. He has
been a pastor in the parish here for
three years. The western province of
the Redemptorlst Fathers has sent ten
priests to the Army, five of whom have
been stationed in -on.inu.
to T.ransKT to Speak. Dr. W. Arnold
t mir.mlnute man. has accepted
an Invitation from tne management
r-n,,nnll Crest Tark to aoaress tno
.a mt this amusement resort to
!. rr T.tndsev will speak at 10
o'clock, on "The MoblllxAtlon ofiaAmeri
nn Man Power."
nirTTTTT SHBllT OW TRIP. cnier
Criminal Deputy Sherirr cnristonerson,
accompanied by his wife, left last even
ing for a six weeks' trip throughout
the East. They will visit his relatives
at Racine. Wis., and Chicago and will
later go to Rhode Island, where they
will visit Mrs. Cnristonerson a paroms.
Tv.iTNr.RT Has Sham. Fire. Fire
which started from the furnace In
the rear of tne poruana Brass luunurj.
290 Union avenue, at i:u ociock. yes
terday morning, did only small dam-
age, according m a. v
prletor. The loss is entirely covered by
i.trertt Boko Stolen. C. & Smith,
t2S Colonial avenue, reported to the
police yesterday that his home was
entered sometime during the night of
August 7, and a Ufceny Dona oi me
third issue, J100 denomination, stolen.
pmnicH to Dedicate Flao. Our
Savior's Lutheran thurch. East Grant
and Tenth streets, win aeaicaie xneir
service flag Sunday night. Rev. M. A.
Christensen will officiate.
Stolen. Five-pas Ford car, Oregon
ii.naj S9SS: factory no. ztsa7.
Notify E. Cordano. 173 E. 15th; reward.
Celebration of Sailing of City Fish
ing Schooner Announced.
Pronerlv to celebrate the, sailing of
the municipal fishing schooner Pulitxer
to sea on another nsmng expedition,
manned with a new captain, riew cook
and several new members or me crew, Commissioner Kellaher has an
nounced a special sale on fish today at
the municipal nsh market. xnira
Halibut will be sold at 1$ cents per
pound, rock cod (whole nsh), o cents;
black cod, 10 cents; ling cod, 10 cents;
whale steak. 12 cents; whale pot
roasts. 10 cents, and cottage cheese will
v.. nM at 10 cents Der pound.
The crew on the Pulitser rerusea to
sail on Thureday, but Commissioner
Kellaher persuaded bait of tne crew to
remain aboard the ship and secured
Captain Culllson as master.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
to our many friends for their kindness
and for the many beautiful floral offer
ings in our recent sorrow.
Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Hopkins.
Band Concert, Dance.
Tonight at Auditorium by First Pro
visional Regimental Band. Adv.
One of Best-Known Oregon yews
paper Men Going to New Tork.
O. C. Letter, one of Oregon's best
known newspaper men, is soon to Join
the staff of the New York Tribune.
Mr. Leiter. who is now living in La
Grande, has accepted a responsible po
sition In the Tribunes editorial de
partment and will leave for the East
within the next few days.
For 10 years Mr. Leiter was city edi
tor of The Oregonlan and later occu
pied a similar position on the Port
land JournaL After leaving the Journal
he became publisher of the La Grande
Observer, which he resold a few
months ago to Bruce Dennis, the for
mer owner. In the recent primary
campaign Mr. Loiter managed the can
didacy of Louis J. Simpson for the Re
publican nomination for Governor.
Big Preparations for Holidays Being
Made by Congregation.
T? Atvraham S. RosencrantZ. of Con
e-recratlon Nevah Tedeck Talmud
Torah. Sixth and Hall streets, yes
fnrrtav announced that great prepara.
tions are being made for the coming
Jewish holidays. A chorus of 15 trained
voices will assist him in the services.
The past year has been the most
successful one In the annals of this
congregation. The membership has
been mote than doubled and it is an
ticipated to reduce the outstanding
mortgage $1000.
Applications for Divorce End Ro
mances; Three Divorces Granted.
That his wife's religious frensy broke
their marital happiness is alleged by F.
Demand of Emergency Fleet Corpora
tion That Motorshlp Corporation
Yard Speed Up Is Met.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Aug. 9 (Spe
cial.) As a result of a meeting last
night at the Grays Harbor Motorship
Corporation yards of the foremen of
yard crews and -the stewards of the
various craft represented in the yards
25 men. supplied by the Carpenters and
Joiners of America, were put to work
this morning caulking ships.
Meeting the Cemand of the Emer
gency Fleet Corporation that the Mo
torshlp yard here be brought up to
its full ship capacity of two and a
half or three ships per month, the fore
men of the yards and the stewards of
the crafts represented, except the
caulkers, gave expression last night
to their determination to "build the
ships and caulk them, too, if neces
sary. The Motorshlp yards are now build
ing two and a half ships a month, but
only one ship a month is being caulked.
The production, it is declared, can be
brought to three ships a month, which
is the desire of the fleet corporation,
if the ships can be caulked. There are
but 23 caulkers in the yard, and the
request of the management to be al
lowed to increase this number to 100
has not been met so far by the caulkers.
There is little doubt the Carpenters
and Joiners of America, who claim Jur
isdiction, will now put on, the men
necessary Independently of action of
the caulkers.
Everything in haberdashery
here for every man and for
every occasion. But we Can't ,
tell you of everything. So
here are a few hurriedly
gathered suggestions:
New Fall Lion Brand Shirts
' for $2.00.
Fancy socks In all fabrics,
including silk Shawknit,
Holeproof and other brands.
Silk Shirts $5 and up. Silk
front shirts $2.00.
New Fall neckwear, 50c,
75c, $1 and up.
COLLARS Lay in a stock
of your favorite collars before
the advance in price comes,
which will be very soon.
The Kuppenheimer House in
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Isom, ot
Washougal, formerly of Mosler, Or.
Forest Isom graduated from The
Dalles High School in 1916 with high
honors. When war waa declared he en
listed In Company K of the old Third
Oregon. Later he was selected as sig
nal man for Headquarters Company,
162d U. 8. Infantry, being transferred
on May 1 to Company I, 28th Infantry.
Before leaving New York he took out
$10,000 worth of life insurance and
bought eeveral liberty bonds, which he
gave to his father and mother. He was
21 years old.
Treasnry Department Urges Imme
diate Deposits of Scarce Metal.
To relieve the present shortage ot
platinum metals, which has em
barrassed the manufacturers of deli
cate machinery since the beginning ol
the war, the Treasury Department has
notified all Government assay offices
to receivetdeposits of platinum metals
in ' the form of Jewelry and dental
scrap, which have been rejected heretofore.
The Treasury Department has not
yet set a price on platinum deposits,
but assayers are asked to hold all
contributions and encourage patrons of
the mint to deposit with them all
metals of the platinum group for th
uses of the Government.
MATINEE, 2:15 PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c
EVENING, 8:15 PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
'Tolly With a' Past" Next Mon., Tues., WeL, Thur.
Kirk's Military Shop
Portland, Oregon, Corner Third and Stark Streets.
WHITE MIDDIES, with blue collar and cuffs, like cut; these aro
a fine value and make vacation days a pleasure. Price $3.00
We Also Have Others
Khaki, plain. .$1.75-$2.00
White, plain.. $1.35-$1.75
Unbleached $1.35
Blue wool $8.50
Blue Flannel. $3.50
Neckerchiefs or Ties
priced . .$1.50 and $2.00
Lanyards 25c
Navy Ratings, up to. .75c
Folding Cots $ 5.00
Mattress $ 7.50
Sleeping Mattress,
Kapoc $13.50
Blankets .$2.50 to $11.00
Regulation P o n-
choes . . .$3.85 to $4.50
Steamer Blankets,
make nice canoe
rugs, up to $10.00
Hammocks, U. S...$1.00
Eain Coats, dress,
up to $220
Bain Slickers ....$ 3.00
Serge Uniforms. .$30.00
and $35.00
Army Shoes, Mun-
son last
..$5.50, $6.50 & $7.50
Barrack Shoes, size
6, 7, 8 $ 1.00
Head Nets 25
Clothes Stops 02
Sweaters, Flannel Shirts, Khaki Shirts, Canteens, Leggins, Hat
Cords, Hat Straps, Mackinaws, Etc., Etc
Write for prices. Telephone Main 4215.
Agreement on Disputed Eilers
Building Is Filed In Court.
Settlement of all migration between
Maegly & Tlchenor, owners of the
Eilers building-, and the Oregon Eilers
Music Bouse was effeoted yesterday
through the filing In the Circuit Court
of an agreement whereby the .Oregon
Eilers Music House agrees to vacat
the building by midnight October 10
and to pay Maegly & Tichenor $2000 1
rental until that time.
With this agreement there was filed
a stipulation dismissing another suit
and another stipulation dismissing the
pending appeal of the Oregon Eilers
MubIo House In the case won by Maeg
ly & Tlchenor In Judge Kavanaugh i
court earlier In the week.
Honor Graduate of The Dalles High
Went With Old Third Oregon.
A telegram announcing that their son
Forest L Isom had been killed in action
during the battle of the Mams was re-
Spend Sunday In Mountains.
The Arra Wanna Hotel in the Mount
Hood district can care for a number o
week-end guests as well as steady
boarders, good rooms, the very best
dining-room service including the spe
cial fried chicken dinners. All at very
reasonable rates. The roadB are in ex
oellent condition and it takes about two
and one-half hours by auto. Auto
stag every morning at 8 o'clock.
Routledge Seed Store, 145 Second street.
Can make reservations long-distance
phone to Arrab Wanna. Adv.
Jail Stay Is Brief.
LA GRANDE. Or., Aug. 9. (Special.)
Into Jail yesterday for stealing grain
sacks and gone this morning is the rec
ord of Willis Wllkle, wbo has been in
I I I pill!l!!Illlllll!II!l!Il!I!!!IIIIIIIII
Sterling Worth
in Clothes Priced .
$25 to $4Q
--In clothes, wool is the very salt of service. But
even in pure wool cloth, there is a variance in the
quality which establishes several grades and the
maker is placed upon his honor when he classes
and prices his suits.
For More Than Fifty Years
Brownsville Clothes Have
Been Proving Sterling- Worth
These we speak of are ready-to-wear, built in
our own factory, designed by our own drafts
men, of woolens direct from the mill.
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
Third and Morrison
and out of jail so often that he Is a county Jails. He gained possession of
familiar character about the city and a saw and worked his way out.
Will Christ Come Soon?
A letter from the Apostle Paul interpreted
in the light of tho world war by
7:45 P. M. He Speaks on
A Preacher at a Circus
or "The Philosophy of a Clown."
Yon miss a treat if you miss either service.
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. Dinners
Served 5 to 8:30 P. M.
Daily Except Sunday.
Twelve of Them!
Ranging in price
30c to 90c
Dinner No. 3--35c
Mashed, baked or
bouillon potatoes
Stringless beans
Creamed corn
Stewed tomatoes
Pie, Pudding or
ice cream
Tea, coffee or milk.
Dinner No. 4 40c
Head lettuce or fruit
Baked salmon or halibut
f. Bread and butter
Plan to dine tonight at
127 Bdwy. 388 Wash.
First Presbyterian
J. K. Unsworth
D. D.
of British Columbia
will speak
10:30 A. M.
8:00 P. M.
Miss Astrid Roal,
Mrs. Mabel Orton
. Wilson,
ft'. -
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' ' r mill
the best you've ever
Ask your grocer
particularly for
Wanted Chairs to Cane,
by School for Blind
iri52oo.' Mr. J.F.Myers
Main 7070 A 609 J