Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 25, 1919, Page 11, Image 11

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TBII.IG (Broadway at Taylor) Musical
Comedy. "Chin-Chin." Tonight.
II.CAZAR (Eleventh at Morrison) Alcazar
Musical Players in -The Fortune
VANTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville; three shows daily. 2:0. 7 and .0o.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Tamhlll)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, 2 to u,
8:45 to 11 P. M. Saturday. Sundays ana
holidays continuous. 1:13 to 11 P. M.
ferrt AND (Washington street, between Park
and West Park) Vaudeville and moving
pictures, continuous.
tVl'.If (Fourth and Starke Lyric company
In Frivolous Flo.' This afternoon at
J.M and tonight at 7:30.
COUNCIL CREST Free amusement park.
Take CC" cars, Morrison or Washington
" streets.
(THIS OAKS amusement park (cars at
Folly company In
ana Aineri Armstrong
rhe Beauty hhop.
Swimming, dancing, amusements.
On Sale at
Business Office, Oregonian.
War Council, to Give Programme.
For the benefit of returned service men
a. popular programme will be staged
tonight by the national Catholic war
council, at its employment head
quarters, -J43 Couch street. Arthur J.
King, member of the Portland Opera
association, will give a selection of
songs. Wilfrid Darby, a returned sol
dier, who has appeared often in Port
land as a player and pianologist. will
present "A Few Moments in Jazzland."
There will be oth-er musical numbers
.ami feature films wili be shown. The
programme is arranged for the em
ployment department of the war coun
cil, which is open each day from 7 to
11 1. M. and is placing many men,
particularly those who have leen dis
abled. I'.Ulhoaders to Picnic. The fourth
annual picnic of the O.-W. R. & N. em
ployes' club will be held at Bonne
ville next Sunday and a special train
of ttvo sections has been chartered to
take the railroad workers to the picnic
grounds. The first section will leave
the Portland station at 8:30 A. M. and
the second section will leave ALbina
at tS-r same hour. The trains will
leave Bonneville for the return trip at
6 I'. M. Baseball, dancing and other
entertainments have been provided.
Dr. Devise to Speak. Dr. Edward
Devine, professor of sociology at Co
lumbia university, New York City, will
speak on "Reconstruction" at the
regular weekly lunchreon of the City
club today noon at the Benson hotel.
Dr. Devine will tell club members some
of the reconstruction problems which
will confront Portland during the next
few years.
Lumberman Fractures Arm. While
at his home in Portland Sunday F. R.
.stokes fell and badly fractured his
riKlit arm and left knee. Mr. Stokes is
president of the Mutual Lumber com
pany of Bucoda, Wash., which plant is
rapidly nearing completion and will be
iu operation soon.
Still Operator Bound Over. John
Vassilieff. who conducted a still at
Salem, according to Deputy United Attorney Watkins. was bound
over to await the action of the federal
jrrand jury yesterday under $1000
bonds. With the still was confiscated
4t) gallons of liquor made of raisins.
Swiss Independence Day Celebra
tion. Crystal Lake park. Sunday, July
T7. Hon. Henry E. McGinn will speak
on "Ireland, Switzerland. America."
Swiss yodel songs. Swiss Alpine wres
tling contests, all kinds of sports. Park
opens at 10 A. M. Admission 10 cents
and war tax 1 cent. Adv.
Bar Committee to Meet. The griev
ance committee of the state bar asso-t
elation will meet at 2 o clock today in
the Federal building. The purpose is
to consider what actions shall be taken
retarding the part of John Sievers and
jrjeorge A. Hall, lawyers, in the recent
Captain Taylor case.
Bad Disposition and Lost -Pep. As a
usual thing this means some disease
of the digestive tract. The milk and
rest cure is a perfect treatment for
this condition. The Moore Sanitarium.
Vhone Kast 47. Office 90S Selling bldg.
Blain 6101. Adv.
Man Injured bt Fall From Scaffold.
.Mike Antonine. 23. of 413 East Forty
tstxth street, suffered internal injuries
about the chest yesterday In falling 15
ect from a scaffold in the yards of the
Northwest Steel company. He is in
Good Samaritan hospital.
Hotel Fmplote Dies. Oscar Dalava.
$T, fireman in the Mallory hotel, died
of heart disease while working in the
hotel early yesterday. The body was
removed to the morgue. .Mr. Dalava is
survived by his widow and a married
daughter, who lives in Corvallis, Or.
Fugitive Is Arrested. Mike Singer,
wanted in Portland for the alleged.
theft of an automobile on which he
had made a small payment, was ar
rested in Oakland, Cal., yesterday, ac
cording to m word received by Sheriff
Hurlburt yesterday.
Jewish Servicks Announced. Serv
ices will be held at Congregation
Ahavai Sholom. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow morn
inir services at S:30 o'clock. Kabbi K.
Alirahamson will officiate.
I WILL sell my high-grade home on
ls.rge prominent corner, with double
garage, commodious and absolutely
modern in every detail. Call my office
man at Main 937 or address X S3T, Ore
gonian. Adv.
The sudden ending of your income
through accident or disability may
mean poverty to those you love. The
Fidelity & Casualty company will pro
tect them, see Orlando N . Davidson.
Main 666. Adv.
Dr. Ella K. Dearborn, S00 Union ave.
north; office hours after 1:30 P. M. Sun
days and mornings by appointment
Give your sons that fundamental
military training at Hill Military acad
emy. Tortland, Or. Adv.
Henry Cune Fixott, D. M. D., dental
X-ray, removed to S28 Morgan bldg.
Dr. Millard C. Holbrook returned,
practice limited to dental radiography.
b2i Morgan bldg. Adv.
Knight's downstairs dept. week-end
specials, white canvas oxfords and
pumps; $ Adv.
Wanted Names, addresses, prospec
tlve purchasers automobiles from Palace
Garage. AJ uol, Oregonian. Adv.
We Grind everything:. Portland Cut-
lcry Co.. S6 6th el. near Stark. Adv.
Dr. Wickstrom returned; medical
fcldg. Adv.
Dr. Leo Ricen has returned. Adv.
"Wester: Soldiers Arrive. Three
carloads of happy-faced soldiers pulled
into Portland at 12:30 o'clock yesterday
and 108 men from Camp Alerritt en
Joyed the city's hospitality until 4
o'clock in tlve afternoon. As all were
from Oregon and Washington and about
25 live in Portland, a fair-sized crowd
of relatives was out to greet them.
Lieutenant Ryan of San Francisco was
in charge of the veterans, who were
casuals. They were taken to the Ben
son hotel for lunch and to hear an ad
dress of welcome by Mayor Baker. The
commanding officer responded. The
remainder of the afternoon was passed
at the Multnomah club.
Discharged Soi-dikr Loses Valuables.
One minut Sergeant Frank Parslow
of 461 East Thirty-seventh street was
the proud possessor of an army dis-
charge and $85 in cash: the next minute
he was flat broke and minus all his
valuable documents. He had just come
home after nearly two years' service
overseas and went into the east side
station to see a friend. When he left
the building he discovered his dis
charge papers .and bonus were no
longer In his pocket.
Electrician Dies From Shock. Fred
Finn, electrician, died in St. Vincent's
hospital yesterday from the effects of
an electric shock suffered while work
ing on a switchboard in the plant of
Dfttnar Pop pen, at Alcazar.
It sometimes happens In musi
cal stock companies that the in
dividual players do not always
have parts that grive them the
opportunity to display the worth
of their particular talent. This
week at the Alacazar theater Vic
tor Herbert's "The Fortune Tell
er" is being offered, and it may
be called the "Poppen show."
Detmar Poppen, the Alcazar bas
so, has the best chance he has
had so far during the run of the
musical plays. In the character
of "Sandor." a gypsy musician,
he is unusually pood, and his
singing of the "Gypsy Love Song"
in the second act is one of the
most memorable solos of the mu
sical season.
Miss Mabel Wilber, In the title
role, is delightful, and Henry
Coote is splendid in the role of
"Ladislas." "The Fortune Teller"
will run until Sunday night, to
be followed Monday with "The
. Red Rose."
the Northwest Electric company
Wednesday. No one saw the accident.
Mr. Finn was married and lived in the
Albemarle apartments. The body Is in
Finley's chapel.
Siberiax Veteran Here. Among
the veterans who called this week at
the local recruiting offices for a Vic
tory button was Robert R. Corbett of
Seattle, who is visiting in this city.
He recently was sent horcve from Si
beria on account of contracting pneu
monia while stationed at Omsk with
the motor transport corps.
Corned Beef, 1 2 c.
At Frank I Smith's. 228 Alder street.
Lamb sh'lders, 15c. Boiling beef, 124c.
Spring lamb legs and chops, 2."ic.
Frank L. Smith's beefsteak. 15c.
Roast beef and roast veal, 15c.
Veal cutlets. 20c. Liver, 10c.
Fresh meat for chicken feed, 5c. Adv.
Milk Diet Treatment The Moore
Sanitarium. Phone Main 101. East 47,
Portland Attorney ticts Hizh Rank
in I.esal Department.
A. K. Clark, prominent Portland at
torney, has been promoted to the rank
of colonel in the judge advocate-general's
department of the United States
army, acordincr to word reaching Port
land yesterday.
Colonel Clark's promotion was a com
plete surprise to him and he does not
know when he will return home, it is
said, lie telegraphed to the secretary
of war the day before war was declared
on Germany offering his services in any
capacity, preferably in the field. He
was commissioned a major in the judge
advocate-generals office in September.
1017, and reported to Washington for
Major Clark was promoted to a lieutenant-colonelcy
in February. 1918. and
was given charge of war department
interests in alien property taken over
in and near New York. . After peace
was declared he was offered a position
overseas, but declined.
$25,000 Fire Laid to Incendiarism.
Plant to Be Rebuilt.
MEDFORD. Or.. July 24. The Gagnon
lumber mill on the outskirts of the city
burned to the ground early this morn
ing with a loss of $25,000. covered by
$(000 insurance. The origin of the fire
is not known, although J. T. Gagnon,
the proprietor, declares it was undoubt
edly of incendiary origin.
The mill will be rebuilt at once.
Ccntralia Captain to Return.
CENTRA LI A. Wash.. July 24. (Spe
cial.) Captain Jack Rogers, who left
the employe of the Eastern Railway &
Lumber company in this city in 1914
to enter the British army, will return
to Centralia, according to a letter re
ceived from him yesterday. He said
that London is overcrowded and many
men are out of work. Captain Rogers
saw four years service overseas. He
was wounded last October. While in
a hospital in London he was summoned
to Buckingham palace, where he was
decorated by King George with a mil
itary cross and two bars, equivalent
to three decorations.
We wish to extend our thanks to all
for their sympathy and kindness to us
in our great sorrow, tho loss of our
beloved wire and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sheasly wish to
express their deepest gratitude to the
kind friends and employes of the Grant
Smith shipyard for the love manifested
to them in their sorrow at the death
of their eon Charles. Adv.
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Newspaper 31 en. Bankers, Breeders
and Business Men to Gather at
Salem Tomorrow.
Oregon livestock enthusiasts and
breeders who are most active in the
development of the livestock industry
of the northwest will meet with breed
ers, bankers, newspaper men. civic club
leaders and representative business men
of Marion county at a complimentary
luncheon at the Marlon hotel in Salem
at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The purpose of this get-together
meeting and luncheon will be to explain
the educational and development plans
of the Pacific-International livestock
exposition in all its details to the lead
ing citizens of Marion county. Marion
county has recently forged to the front
as one of the most progressive sec
tions of the state in the matter of
high standard records in livestock, and
has won nation-wide publicity and even
international notice by producing the
world's greatest Jersey cow. "Vive La
France." bred and raised by the Pick
ard brothers on their Jersey stock
farm at Marion.
Among the guests at tomorrow'? get
together luncheon will be Ovid Pickard.
owner of "Vive La France"; Senator
IX H. Looney of Independence, one of
the oldest breeders in Oregon: Frank
Goerf ler of Silverton, who paid $5100
for a young Jersey cow at the recent
Carey sale and who has a fine Jersey
herd; Y . P. htnery, pioneer Hereford
breeder of Macleay; the McKinney
brothers of Turner, also Hereford
breeders; R. A. Hoover of Gervais, one
of the leading swine breeders of the
state; Frank Brown of Carlton, famous
for his Shorthorn herd and president
of the Pacific-International livestock
exposition: Senator C. L. Hawley and
Senator I. L. Patterson, both Polk
county breeders: Judge Grant EMmick
of Clackamas; E. G. Crawford, vice
president of the United States National
bank, Portland, and O. M. Plummer,
general" manager of the Pacific-Inter
Upward of 100 of Marlon county's
leading citizens and visitors from out
side points will attend the luncheon.
Only Outstanding Features of Build
ing Are Considered; Exact Loca
tion Xot Yet Decided.
The new Multnomah county hospital
to be erected on the Marquam Hill site
donated by the university of Orpiaron
will have 100 beds and four operating
rooms, it was decided yesterday at a
meeting: between the county commis
sioners. Drs. K. A. J. Mackenzie, R. II.
Hamilton and A. J. Giesy and the archi
tects, Sutton and Whitney, in the Lewis
Only a few of the outstanding:
features to be taken up at this stage
of proceedings were, discussed, nothing
being said about the general plan of
the hospital as yet. The meeting was
called to find out just what provisions
were necessary for patients, internes,
nurses, maternity cases, eye, ear. nose
and throat clinics, dining rooms and
As yet the architects have not de
termined on the exact location of the
building although a car-eful study of
the topography has been made.
The architects assert that they hope
to have their plans completed, however,
within five months ko that. actual con
struction work on the new hospital can
begin by the first of 1920. It will take
two months to draft preliminary plans,
it is expected, and about fhree months
more will be required for their com
pletion. . The unit system of construction is to
be kept in mind so that additions can
be made by the county. The first build
ing, providing 100 beds, will cost 1200,
000 according to the appropriation.
Chines Flier Says Stump
Cause of
Blame for the accident in which he
figured Tuesday night when his air
plane turned turtle is laid by Henry
Wong. Chinese aviator, upon the poor
landing field. Young Wong, who is a
Portland boy. is just out of the hos
pital, fully recovered from the bruises
he received.
Wong says he did not tumble In his
plane, as was first given out. but was
testing his motor at Mock's bottom. In
circling the field he saw he would have
to rise in order to avoid striking a
stutip. He went up 100 feet, when the
aileron control cable slipped orf the
pulley and stuck. Wong had to bank to
the right and splraled down, landing
on one wheel. This bounced the plane
completely over.
Milton Klepper. president of the
Aero club, when he learned of the mis
hap, declared it was just another Inci
dent showing the need of a better field.
Former Xaval Aviator Likely to An
swer Local Charges.
Though full restitution has been pro
posed by G. W. Gilkyson. manager of
the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph
company In San Francisco and formerly
connected with that company in Port
land, of $75 alleged to have been ob
tained by fraud by his son. W. A. Gil
kyson, former naval aviator, from Gen
evieve Taylor, a nurse who attended
Mrs. Gilkyson recently in Portland,
District Attorney Evans said yesterday
that an officer probably would be sent
for the young man today.
Mrs. Gilkyson is in the county jail,
having been Jointly indicted with the
man posing as her husband. She told
Deputy District Attorney Pierce yes
terday that she was not legally the
wife of Gilkyson, as the time limit of
an interlocutory decree received by
Gilkyson in California is not yet up.
Gilkyson was arrested several days
ago in San Francisco.
Capitalization of $3,000,000 An
nounced to Develop Holdings.
SPOKANE. Wash.. Jcly 24. Organi
zation of a $3,0'.'0.000 corporation for
the development of the Premier cop
per, silver and gold mine In the Sal
mon river country of southern Alaska
was announced here today.
The incorporators are R. K. Neill of
this city and Messrs. Wood, Trites and
Wilson of Fernie, B. C.
Mount Tabor Picked for Xervons
Shell-Shocked Cases.
Major E. E. Cable, supervisor for the
public health service in Oregon, Wash-
ington and Idaho, announced yesterday
that he had completed arrangements
to send shell-shocked patients residing
in and near Portland to the Morning-
side sanitarium. A special building has
been prepared for the men and the best
possible care will be provided, it was
These arrangements mean that Major
Cable will not make use of the offer
of the county commissioners to segre
gate a portion of the county farm for
such patients.
No restrictions will be placed upon
the patients other than those demanded
by health and sanitation, and an at
tendant will be present at all hours, it
was stated.
Accommodation for tuberculosis pa
tients is still being sought. Any ex-
service man who Is ill and can trace his
UlnesM to the period of his service
should communicate with Major Cable,
whose offices are in the Klectric build
ing, Portland.
Theodore Roosevelt Promises to
Speak In Portland September 17
on Tour of West.
Applications of 18 Oregon towns for
charters in the American Legion, the
national organization of ex-service men
of the world war, were forwarded by
Dow V. Walker, state secretary, to
Krlc Fisher Wood, national secretary,
at the legion headquarters in New
York city yesterday. More than twice
that number of cities in this state are
said to be contemplating the organiza
tion of local posts.
Portland post No. 1 will receive the
first charter, as the first to be organ
ized in the state. The other cities, in
order of organization, will be granted
charters as follows: Forest Grove post
No. 2: Eugene post No. 3: Percy A Ste
vens post No. 4 of Bend; Willamette
Falls post No. 5 of Oregon City; Hills
boro post No. 6; Del vert Reeves post No.
7 of Silverton: Klamath post No. 8:
Capitol post No. 9 of Salem; Albany
post No. 10; Corvallis post Nol 11; Clat
sop post No. 12 of Astoria; Coast Range
post No. 13 of Mabel; Ashland post No.
14: Medford post no. ID. and Roseburg
pot No. 16.
Word was received yesterday by At
torney Barge K. Leonard, state treas
urer of the legion and chairman of the
speakers' committee for Oregon, that
Theodore Roosevelt would be unable to
promise more than one day to Oregon
in his coming tour of the west and that
day September 17. at which time he will
speak in Portland.
Commissioners and Special Commit
tee Will Investigate Today.
. Survey of proposed eites for new
parks and playgrounds to be obtained
by the sale of $ru0.000 of bonds author
ized by the voters at the xpecial city
election June 3 will be nimle today by
City Commissioner Pier. Park Super
intendent Keyser and members of the
special committee composed of Dan
Kellaher, Rev. John Dawson and V. H.
Fowler. The survey party also will in
clude Charles H. Cheney, consultant to
the city planning commission, and W. J.
Following the- survey, a report will
be submitted to the city council for a
public hearing. The advice of the city
planning commission has been sousrht
by Commissioner Iler and thiM body
also will have reports to be .submitted
to the council.
Albany Grower Gets 5000 Pounds
From One-Third Acre.
ALT? ANT. Or.. July 24. (Special.)
A new record for land production in the
vicinity of Albany was made this year
by the onc-third-acre patch of logan
berries owned by J. K. May berry of
North Albany. A little, more than 5000
pounds of berries were gathered from
the patch and they were sold for 8
cents per pound, brtntinc slightly more
than $4o0. or l'i per acre.
Other fruit and berry growers re
port immense yields and the farmers
are taking notice of the large differ
ence in the income of land planted to
berries and that devoted to the field
Kleclion, of Western Man Kxpcctcd
at Seattle Convention.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 14. Dele
gates to tho iSd annual convention of
tho L'nited Amateur Press association
of America will open their meetings
here tomorrow night.
Election of officers Saturday, it is
expected, will result in the selection
of a western man for president. Birm
ingham, Ala., Is seeking the 1920 con
Commercial Club to Ak Co-operation
of Clatsop County Court.
WARREXTON. Or.. July 24. (Spe
cial.) Warrenton is determined to open
a direct route to the I'acific ocean, a
distance of two miles, which would
Oregon Wool Suits
Are Guaranteed to
Give Satisfaction
When you buy an Oregon Wool Suit, manufac
tured by the big; Brownsville factory, you get the
best of woolens, the finest linings and trimmings,
substantial tailoring, as well as pleasing shades
and style and finish.
Best of all you save $10 to $15 on each suit.
Now is the time to get your Khaki Outing Clothes.
Khaki Pants $2.50, $3, S3.50
Khaki Coats. . . .$4, $4.50, $5 and $6
Khaki Suits $6.50 and $7.50
Brownsville Woolen
Mill Store
Mill-to-Man Clothiers
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Your Apparel for
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It's one of
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You couldn't axk for anything
better. Shown in various rolur
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$15 $25 $20
We tilve
S. A H. Jits
for Tkeai.
Id Portland.
give the autoist a 1 2-mile drive to Gear-
hart along the ocean beach almost any
time but on extreme high tides. The
city has authorized an expenditure of
145.000 for a road. The Commercial
club has appointed i. H. Flagg. G. Clif
ford Barlow and F. M. Warren to se
cure rights of way and the financial
co-operation of Clatsop county court
when the county budget is prepared
next fail.
The project has been Indorsed by
several organisations in the county.
Conference of Ooernors to Procure
Legislation Planned.
OL.TMPIA. Wash.. July S4. With the
object of organising consolidated action
by western states to procure effective
reclamation legislation by congress.
Governor Hart has asked the governors
of Oregon and 1$ other slates if they
are each willing to name three dele
gates to a conference to be held in Salt
Lake City August 14. If a, majority of
the western governors favor the con
ference Governor Hart will issue a for
mal call.
He pointed out that numerous irriga
tion bills of enpeclal interest are now
pending in congress with no organized
effort behind them. The western con
ference was recommended by the
Washington reclamation board aftc,r a
talk wl.h Senator Wesley L. Jones on
reclamation prospects in the present
tongress. '
State Chamber of C'timmerce in Re
ceipt of Inquiries.
"It Is our desire that every commer
cial organization in the state, and indi
viduals as well, use their best efforts
to assist us in our undertaking to ob
tain settlors, and one way in which that
can be done is to' see that proper liter
ature is furnished us from each city and
town in the state." reads a statement
sent out yesterday by George Quayle.
freneral secretary of the state chamber
of commerce, to all cities and commer
cial organizations in the stale.
Mr. Quayle said that a great number
of Inquiries have been received lately
from eastern people who want to settle
in Oregon. During the past week he
said four families from Dakota. Wy
oming and Iowa, representing $78,000.
have moved to Oregon with a view of
remaining here permanently.
First North-western Conference to Be
Held at Seattle.
SKATTLi:. July 24. Two hundred
delegates are expected to attend the
firtt annual meeting of the northwest
conference of employing printers,
l'nlted Typnthetae of America, to be
hold here Saturday.
Cities in Oregon. Washington and
British Columbia will be represented.
A. B. Howe. Tacoma. is president of
the conference. Seneca B. Reach, sec
retary of the California conference of
employing printers, will be a speaker
at the banquet for the delegates Satur
day night.
Russia Red Cross Man to Spealv.
SEATTLE. Wash.. July
Raymond Robins, former
24. Colonel
bead of the
$25 jjj
and if,
$30 S
News of
Interest to
the Housewife
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Hawaiian Pineapple.
The very best Xo. 1 "J
cans, each -LOU
Minced Clams.
Best quality full weipht.
free from sand. Three
25c cans for. . . .
New Maple Sap.
Just received;
all sizes
70c aun
: The Delicious Club Breakfast I
2 at the 2
2 is just what yon have been wishing- for. J
Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon.
Open 7 A. M. to 1 A. 31. Z
90 Broadway
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Firm as a Oak Sts.
American Red Cross in Russia, will ba
a speaker in Seattle Sunday In con
nection with the inter-church world
Xea rerce. Aged 104, Dies.
I.KW1STOX. Idaho. July S4. Sr-
i . t t W rri1 Kn been received of the
death at pauldinfr July 10 of Yellow j
Bull, a well-known Nm rerce Indian.!
said to be 104 years old. Yellow Bull
was one of Chief Joseph's strongest
leaders in the Indian war of 18T7. and
was captured by Urneral Nelson A.
Miles. When he returned to the reser
vation lie cflablished a home at Red
Kock Pprinns in Idahs county, where
he had lived with his relatives.
Pulnt Contract Aardcd.
S.XI.KXI. Or.. July 2. (Special. )
The state board of control this after
noon awarded contracts for furnishing
18S gallons of roof paint and 860 Rat
ions of damp-proof coaling- to W. P.
Fuller & Co.. of Portland. The roof
paint was purchased at t cents a gal
lon and the damp-proof coating at
$1 85 a (rallon. A contract for furnlsh
itWT 2u0 gallons of paint was awarded
to Rasmussen & Co.. of Portland, at
(3.10 a gallon.
'Moiorman Kxonerated or Oca 111.
ASTORIA. Or.. July 54. (Special.)
The " coroner's Jury. Investigating the
circumstances of the- death of Alfred
Seims Tuesday night in a etreet car
accident, exonerated the mntormnn. The
Filing Cabinets
'Art Metal" Safes
Glass & Prudhomme Co.
65-69 Broadway
JJJ COW FA n y FS L! ;
Brand's A-l Sauce. .
Real imported. Ter O
bottle DC
Light House Cleanser.
Ter package
Genuine Spanish, sweet,
fine flavor. Try them in
your sandwiches for Qfj
Sunday. 45c size for 3UC
Main" 7 ZOO
Between Stark
and Oak Sts.
in Furniture and ADrjliances. Vault.
Filing Equipment and Supplies, Blank
Books. Indexes, Cards, Loose Leaf
Forms, Seals and Rubber Stamps,
Engineers' and Typewriter Supplies.
jury, however, criticised the Pacific
Power & LiRht company for not keep
ing the- car brakes in proper condition,
as well as the city for not havins; the
rrwlnr properly lighted.
'The Infidel's Waterloo'
The 2000 Day Bible Prophecy which
Toints Out the Time of God's
on this vital and startling theme.
BiR Tent Pavilion
7:45 .o'clock, cor. Thirteenth and
Morrison streets (West Side)
'The Great Judgment Scene'
Come and Join in the
Great Gospel Sinn
Musical Director.
rz : . . s
zspena your vacation in
Oa Geary Street, J art off Union Square. '
Tlote to everything worth while. Good f
accommodations from $1.50 np. Breakfuf
S5e end 60c Sundays 75c), Lunch 60c, I
XMaoer St (8undays tl.25). Municipal
car line pasirs the door. Stewart Hour .
Sua meets principal trains and ateamera. '
V 1
There is one SAFE
PLACE to buy your
piano. f
Get our selling plan. I
We sell standard pianos. I
Don't fail to attend I
our JULY SALE. ?
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tvlea l , Mm pie a ad lieifaalvr.
loor srnci4i.iT,
UI Waatlaitiil M Rrt. 2d and 3d.