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OREGOXIAX," Til UR SD AT, ArGUST -7,' 1919.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 70TO, A Of5
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A fiOH5
Advertising Department . . - Main 7070. A fl'iO.j
Superintendent of Buildinff .Main 7070, A 6095
OREGON I A N AT RESORTS
' Subscribe with the following aeents at
your summer resort to Fee u re the most
prompt delivery of The Oreponian. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are payable in
IlrvU. Or F. C. Robinson
Bay Cite, Or O. E. Shelley
Bayocean, Or K. T. Mitchell
Brighton. Or A. W. Rowe
Carson. Wash G. B. Smith
Ecola. Or.... Cannon Beach Merchandise Co.
Garibaldi, Or S. M. McMillan
Gearhart, Or W. s. Robin.son
Lons Beach. Wash W. W. Strauhal
Manhattan Beach, Or ' S. F. Anpel
Manzanita, Or E. Kardell
Nahcotta, Wash H. J. Brown
Neah-kah-nie, Or A. C. Anderson
Netarts, Or Mrs. H. M. Cross
jsenalem. Or D. C. Ferejoy
Newport, Or O. T. Herron
Ocean Park. Wash Emma S. Campbell
Pacific Bach. Wash Burke Cole
Pacific City. Or T. F. Edmunds
Rorkaway, Or Frank Miller
fiaxide. Or A J. Gillette
Ehipherd's Hot Springs, Wash
Mrs. N. St. Martin
Reaview, Wash George N. Putnam
Tillamook. Or J. D. Lamar
w neeier. Or K. M. coay
Woods. Or Charland & Deuel
Wilhoit Spring, Or K. W. Mclran
AMI'S E M EMS.
HETLia (Broadway at Taylor)" The Mas
querade r." Tonight.
ALCAZAR (Eleventh at Morrison Alcazar
Musical Players in "The Tenderfoot." To
niRht. - -
PA NT AGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville; three shows dally, 2:30, 7 and 9:05.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. 2 to 5,
6:4. to 11 P. M. Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
8TRAXD (Washington street, between Park
and West Park Vaudevlle and. moving
- pictures, continuous.
COUNCIL CREST Free amusement park
Take "CC" cars, Morrison or Washington
THE OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK fears at
First and Alder) Armstrong Folly com
pany in musical comedy. j
COLUMBIA BEACH (Vancouver cars)
BwimminR, oancine. amusements.
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Business Office, Oregonlan.
Boy Takes Family Auto; Is Missing.
S. E. Briefs. 91 East Ninth street
north, yesterday asked the police to
assist him in locating- his son, Harold,
aged 13, whom he said appropriated
the family automobile and in company
with three other youngsters set out on
a trip, presumably to California. The
"boy a .have b?en missing since Monday.
The other boys who were believed to
be with the Brigs lad are John Baker
and Harry Montgomery, neighborhood
playmates. The boys told several per
sons they were going to California
and informed others they were starting
on a camping- trip to the mountains.
Young Briggs had ?6 when he left
Postal Employe Arrested. Theft of
$56 from a locker in the new post
office building', where he is employed
as assistant janitor, was charged
against Peter St. George In an informa
tion filed yesterday in federal court
and St. Georg.e is in the Multnomah
county jail awaiting hearing. He is
eaid to have admitted the theft, explaining-
that he turned the money over
to his mother and that she, upon dis
covering it had been stolen, returned
it to its owner. St. George is about 20
years of age; and lives with his mother
In Albina. ,
. Major Shirley Buck Returns. After
having- been in France for a year with
the motor supply train of the United
States army. Major Shirley Buck, for
merly national forest examiner and
chief of maintenance with headquarters
in Port land, has returned and expect3
to receive his discharge at Camp Lewis
within a short time. He probably will
take charpe of his forestry duties when
his military 6ervice is closed. Mr
Buck has been visiting -with his wife
and mother at Milwaukie this week and
will proceed to Camp Lewis in a few,
Fight on Test Urged. Warning has
been issued by th.i horticultural in
spector for Multnomah county against
the fall web worm, a deadly pest
which has been damaging the foliage
of trees and shrubbery all over the
city. Tle limbs holding the webs must
be carefully cut out and destroyed, or
the caterpillar will cause great dam
age to foliage a f ter leaving the web.
This pest is particularly bad this year
and owners of tr;es are urged to as
sist the city in eradicating- it.
Knginkers to Discuss Demands. For
a thorough discussion of the demand of
railroad employes that the rail sys
tems of the country be tak-en out of
private control, the Portland branch of
the American Association of Engineers
will hold a special meeting tonight.
The meeting, which was called only
i yesterday by President V. H. Marsh,
will be held at the quarters of the
Associated Engineering societies,
fourth floor, Tilford building, opening
at S o'clock.
'Pavement Dance" Planned. The
third pavement dance for world war
veterans will be given tomorrow night
by the War Camp Community Service
on ISth, between Couch and Davis
streets. Some evidence that th-e men
have seen service either at home or
abroad will be necessary for admittance.
Members of the Victory chorus have
been invited as special guests to enter
tain the service men.
Milk and Rest Cure. In this day of
specialism nothing is so important as
excelling in one definite line of work.
It is with this idea, the Moore Sani
tarium confines its work to the milk
and rest cure and because of con
stant attention to the slightest details
is able to give the maximum benefits
of this remarkable "cure." Phone East
47. Office 90S Selling- bldg. Main 6101.
Hike to Portland. Me., Planned.
P. L. Anthony's appetite for walking
was not satisfied in the army and now
- that he has been discharged from the
VJth infantry he is planning to hike
from Portland. Or., to Portland. Me.,
starting September 1 and taking about
eisrht months for the trip. Anthony
will try to average eight hours walking-
Robbery Suspect Transferred. '
John D. Mann, chief deputy United
States marshal. left last night for
Spokane, takiner with him Paul Baker,
who was arrested, recenly for robbery
of the Pasco post of f ice on July 30. A
warrant of removal was issued yester
day, transferring the case to the east
ern district of Washington, southern
division, and Baker will be tried there.
X "Want an Apartment, now or not
later than Sept. 1. Must be modern
and in brick apartment building; '2 or
rooms and bath ; unfurnished pre
ferred; on west side, not over 12 or 15
blocks from Orenian bldg. (no chil
dren). Phone Marshall 48t 1. Adv.
Milk Diet Treatment The Moora
Sanitarium. Phone Main 1Q1, East 41
Ir you have never worn a Knight's
Economy Shoe, let one of our $4.S5
specials be an introduction. Adv.
Attorney Fred V. Bronx announces
removal of his office to 612 Gasco bide
V. Kaspar, ladies tailor, has returned
and nesumed business. Royal build
Kemmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co.,
min-e agents. E. 11SS. 221 Hawthorne,
Give your sons that fundamental
military training at Hill Military acad
emy, Portland, vr. Adv.
Edward M." Corsix. traffic attorney,
railroad and public utility rates and
claims. 427 Railway Ex. bldg. Adv
Da- W. V. Spencer, 905 Electric bldg.,
Wk Grind everything-. Portland Cut
lery Co, 6 4tix at near Stark. Adv. j
Rural Teachers Sought. Rural
school districts that failed last year
to sign contracts with educators then
employed and neglected to grant in
crease in salaries, now are appealing
to the Portland office of the United
States federal employment bureau for
teachers. Several applications for
teachers are on file at headquarters.
Third and Oak streets, one of these
being- for a commercial instructor
qualified to teach shorthand, typewriting-
aad kindred branches. A salary
of $150 pr month or better is offered.
Aside from a shortage of highway
workers, the labor demand in the
Portland district is reported normal
The railroads also', are in need of
trackmen and car repairers, while a
normal demand exists for logging camp
Soldiers Chorus to Rehearse.
Fifty world war veterans will gather
tonight at the Soldier and Sailnn' ih
wic luuiai renearsai or the "soldiers'
chorus," organized by the War Camp
vumiijuniLy service at a dinner given
liM) service men Tuesday evening. It
is planned to increase the membership
me tnurus considerably. The men
will sing at the patriotic pageant
which will be given in Laurelhurst
park August 21 by the citv nark hnarH
in conjunction with the War Camp
Legion Posts to Get Charters.
Fifteen charters for nosts of th a Amr
can legion in Oregon were received at
the state headquarters of the ex-serv
ice men s organization at the Liberty
temple yesterday from the national
ecutive committee at New York City
These will be mailed to the various
local organizations as soon as they can
oignea oy tu. j. iMvers, state chair
man, who is. at present in eastern Ore
gon furthering the Interests of the
Lawyers Form Partnership. M, B.
Meacham announced yesterday that h
o jucl entered a partnership in the
law business with State Senator S B
Huston, the firm to have offices in "the"
Chamber of Commerce. 'Mr. Huston
has been practicing in Portland a, num
ber ox years ana is well known throvh
his political activities. Hi i.,tT1-
opened a law office here in 1902 after
his graduation from the . university of
Canning to Be. Demonstrated. A
standard industrial club team of three
foini irora woodiawn school will give
a canning demonstration at the Oaks
Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock
The demonstrators are Adrena Van
Seek, Esther Gardner' and Evelyn
S- TThey are ln charSe of Mrs.
. D. Garrison.
Grand Picnic next Sunday at beauti
ful Crystal Lake park. Dancing, base
ball, races, contests, games, bathing
Come- for a good time. Adv.
Dr. R. H.. Ellis. 1011 Corbett bldg.,
Dr. A. D. Walker returned. Adv.
ANGEL CAKE SECRET TOLD
CULINARY EXPERT rSES BUT
SEVEN EGGS IN RECIPE.
Tricks, Cream of Tartar and Flat
AVire Spoon Prove Real Econ
omy in Baking She Says.
The mysteries of the1 art of baling
anjrel cake - were unfolded yesterday
afternoon by Mrs. Bertha Haffner
Gir.ger in her lecture in lleier &
Frank's- auditorium. After she had
baked several pans'of bread t.h ,.
she took up the making of this diffi
Instead of using the customary 11
or 12 egtcs, Mrs. Ginger put in seven,
or three-quarters of a cup of whites.
To this she added half a tablespoon of
cream of tartar, which, s.he explained,
made whipping- the whites easier, as
they will hold more air and cause seven
to do the work of nearly twice that
"Don't pick up your whites while
beating them," she cautioned, "but use
a wide flat pan and simply fold the egg
with a wire beater. You don't have to
hurry it along with the cream of tar
tar." She showed how to stir in a cup of
suKar, keeping the spoon under the ess
as much as possible, so as not to dis
turb the froth. Flour was treated
timilarly with slow movements, so as
to prevent it from lumping.
Mrs. Ginger's bread was made with
her own recipe for yeast sponge, two
powdered cakes of dry yeast, one ta
llespoon of sugar, a cup of milk and
three-fourths cup flour. In from 40
to 60 minutes, she said, this would be
ready for bread instead of necessitat
ing an over-night process.
Bread, according to her method,
should go Into the oven when it has
raised just twice the size of the dough.
If it is any larger it should go in, a very
hot oven in order to bake the emist
rapidly. Mrs. Ginger made four loaves
je.ierday at a maximum cost of 22
AUTOS CRASH, WOMAN HURT
Mrs. A. Ellison Suffers Internal In
-Machine Is Overturned.
Mrs. A. EUisoi. aged 52, of S75
Haiprht street, was in Good Samaritan
hospital yesterday suffering" from in
ternal injuries as a result of an auto
mobile accident yesterday morning at
East Eleventh and Clackamas streets.
A machine driven by her e6n, Robert
Ellison, 719 East Pine street, collided
with a machine -driven hy X. C CTlris
tensen of Evansville. Wash. The Elli
son machine was turned completely
over and the occupants- thrown to the
pavement. Both cars were badly
Virginia Ellison. 5-yearold daughter
of Robert Ellison, suffered numerous
cuts and bruises about the head and
face. Mr. Ellison suffered a badly
bruised leg-. None of the occupants of
the Christensen machine was injured.
Both machines were traveling at a
moderate rate of speed.
There Is Danger Ahead
Thirtr - one people met death in
Portland durinsr 191S and S9S were
painfully tnjurt-d in the 4866 aito
mobile accidents that ook place
within the city.
Calamity lurks in every corner
and between the "corners unless you
have accident insurance.
ARE YOU PROTEfTKDf IF XOT,
Let X m Show Yon How, for si Small
Cost, It ou Can Irotet oarseU.
w. r. Mcdonald & company
MINING TRUSTEES .SUED
RICHARD MAKTIX JR. AND M. C.
Portland Men Alleged Responsible
for $15,190 Debt of Bankrupt
Montana Concern. . .
Richard Martin Jr, a local architect.
ami Martin C. Baniieid, vice-president
of the Realty Associates of this city
tun rnrmer president of the old Ban-field-Veysey
Fuel company, are named
defendants in an action begun in the
circuit court yesterday, which seeks to
noia tnem responsible for debts total
ing 415.190.06 incurred by the defunct
O. A' M. Mines company of Montana,
bankrupt sinee 1917, of which both
Tbe suit is filed by James K. Mc
Namee as trustee ln bankruptcy for
the Montana 'concern, and alleges
fraudulent watering of stock in the
mining company by whichi the defend
ants received "paid up" stock with par
value of $190,000 in return for mining
claims held to 1e worth not in excess
of 200. There are nine trustees in
the concern, which was capitalized at
$1,000. 000,. but there are only' two in
this state, and local information la that
they are the only ones sued.
The O. & M. Mines company was in
corporated February 23, 1916, for $40, -
000. Following the location of te'n ,
quartz lodes in the property held by
the concern the nine directors increased
the capital stock on November 6 1916,
to $1,000,000 in $1 shares. Th r'lim.
it is alleged, were sold by the cornpany
iur u,uuir, ana Mr. Martin and Mr.
Banfield are said to have received
95,000 shares each. -
Fraudulent intent la as.rted, as the
trustees were relieved from nv r,--
sonal liability for claims against the
company by reason of being stockhold
ers, noiaing stock "upon pretense that
the same was fully paid for." ,
me- representative of the stockhold
ers-asks the court that Mr HnnfielH
an.l-Mr. Martin be required to pay into
""J court enougn money to pay off
the indebtedness of the defunct min
COLORED PLATES SHOWN
Various Chromatic Creations Seen at
Patrons of Portland's branch libraries
can not paraphrase Gilette Burgess'
never saw a purple cow,"
when they speak of the latest examnl.
of modern art, elnce the exhibition' of
colored plates on "Modern Art" has
neen put in circulation among the
Charles Marriott's "Modern Art " 'in
which the plates appear, is from the
Color Magazine, and the collection of
color plates contains examples of the
worn oi recognized leaders in all of
the modern schools, impressionist, post
impressionist, cubist, futurist, and what
not; together with examDles from wh
in drama or music might be termed
me -conservative" or' "legitimate"
The display in the bra.nrh t... vt..
Ited Kast Portland, North Portland and
Aioma, aija is now at St. Johns, whence
it will go to the Arleta branch. -
BOYS TO PICNIC TOMORROW
Columbia Beach AV11I Be Scene of
A big dav lust for hnt-a Visa KoAn
for tomorrow at Cnlnmhia t-?.. i. i .
to be a grnat boys' picnic with all sorts
vi siuun mat youngsters of the live
ly sort and of every, age will go miles
to attend. Th. tm - ...in . .
out on the beach. There will be run
ning races of every kind and distance,
with special events for little fellows
and bigger chaps.
BIGEL0W RAPS CARNIVALS
Commissioner Wants No More Shows
That Shame Council.
Traveling carnival companies w.r
scored yesterday by City Commissioner
Bigelow. when officials of the Portland
lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose peti
tioned the council for permission, to
conduct a carnival in the Ladd tract
"ear Hawthorne avenue August' IS
"Members of this council have hung
nil i tyTc v - mi i
P'-' " 'jr- J -H kf ' ' No. 4-'
nil '-- - - . t i . . - i - iiiii
bKJ - ' n
Rummer oj )y$ , , frT - -r
! Noto the total absence of ' ' ' V"f; V' ''i ''P ' -,ir'- v - i ! , -j ,
! Wood and Litter AW" : 1 ' '-lii jj-i"r-
; in front of this . I ,:'--... . -C;s, ' 5 .i-1 T ' -.1.1 . .
t heated ba . J 7 . " 1 - O
, uasco rurnace V; X;. , X-i I
j of the f . . - : . - -.w. . i'- X ' X--''-:-'- - , . . I
Portland Gas & Coke Go. I --r Simmgr of im j M
their -heads In shame when they have
viewed the disgraceful shows permitted
in Portland within the past few years."
said Commissioner Bigelow. "They have
all been frosts and humbugs and for
my part no permit for any other such
shows will be granted."
Action on the permit was deferred
lritil Friday. the mayor 'being in
structed to-telegraph to Chief of Police
Warren, in Seattle, where the show in
question is now playing, for a report
on its character.
At the Theaters.
A SCREEN" delineation in Henry- B.
Walthall's best style is being
shown at the Strand. On the new bill
interest centers around the appearance
of Mr. Walthall in his newest photo
play, "Modern Husbands." As Stephen
Duane, th husband who loses his wife
on account of the intrigue of a male
vamp, he pajr with fine imagination a
role exactly" Yttted to his rare and dis
tinctive talents. Duane neglected Tiis
young wife and she turned to the atten
tions of a tartie-cat love-pirate. When
the big ' show-down moment arrives
Duane forces the. love pirate's hand and
uncovers. his perfidy and worthlessnees.
Tnewiiole story is a very fine and
worth-wiiile arraignment of social par
asites in' the upper social strata. It is
spectacular in its disclosures, and high
ly realistic. Bert Brockwell plays ad
mirably the role of the suave and pol
ished he-vamp, and Ethel Fleming is
the wife. The moral pointed is that
busy husbands and idle - wives make
the lounge lizard a possibility.
A "Lombardi Limited" is Charles E.
Pressley. a rapid-fire designer of wom
en's gowns, who drapes and manufac
tures gowns right on his pretty model.
Nova Daggett. Uncut material in the
yardage and. a quantity of pins fur
nish the wherewithal.
Melville and Evans, a chap and a eirl.
chat and sing cheerily with terpsicho-J
Abachi and Abachi have a whirlwind
Charles Riley is a sensation in the
acrobatic Hue. descending a flight of
steps balanced on one hand. The News
Events "and Topics of the Day delight
further.,. ' - f
LAW'S NET GETS ANGLERS
Three at Gold Beach Convfcted for
Fishing Below Deadline..-"
Henry- Boye of Wedderhurn. Or., and
Fred Shelton nd Hush McCormick of
Gold' Beach, Or., have been convicted
of violation of the tate game laws, in
the court at Gold Beach, according to
reports received by State Game Warden
Shoemaker, yesterday. Each was fined
$50 and costs. The three were charged
with fishing with gill nets in Rogue
River below the deadline. They en
tered pleas of 'guilty.
Shell Hayes and S. X. Hayes, both of
Wedderburn. were found cuilty of op
erating set nets in Rogue river without
a license, and were fined $50 and costs
prh in the Gold Beach court. Raymond
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There is no 'guessing The
New System way of exam-
ining eyes '
With New System you are
sure of, jjetting
I "Glasses That Fit" I
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"Watch" Our Window Displays.
Styles ' ;
Here as always, you will see the
first appearance of merchandise
that is detined to be in fashion's
favor. v . ,
Make it a "point to see these new
autumn hats becoming models
and colors. . ' '.
$5, $6, '$7.50
We give S. & H. Stamps
House in Portland
MORRISON and Fourth
Wilson of Tillamook was convicted in
the Tillamook court of angling with
out a license on August 1 and wai fined
$25 and costs.
WAR SURVIVOR IS INJURED
Man W ho I ought With "Lost Bat
talion" Burned Fighting Klre.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Aug. S "
(Special.) Walla Walla wheat srnot
was more dangerous to Harry Allen
of F reewater than an the German
Allen came through the' war wloli
out an injury, being one of the f3w
survivors of the famous "lost bat
talion," whose commander. Major Whit
tlesey, told the Germans to "go to
hell.'- Allen is now in a hospital here
recovering from serious burns received
I HIGH CLASS
i Di ns iiti.Tivrs. ennn u. hdi.- u-venta -d
; ' Th. v.-.- , PV.ATES WITH FLEXIBLE SCCTTOX
w IS, r . 8t and latest 'n modern dentistry. No more falling clatea.
. MOnmiKA SICtKSSKlLLV THEATEU.
EXAMINATION JKREE. - ,rri-.
... Honrs: SC10 lo 5 I M. Phone
lestrsj Id Portland.
WISE DENTAL CO.
ltKI.lABI.l-: I-A1M.KSS UKVTISTS.
21i. rAlL,i H'-n- THIRD A.D WASHIXGTOV.
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"THE EXTINCTION OF
ROME RULE AGAIN?"
(A Bible Prophecy.)
Hear EVANGELIST DICKSON
answ"5r this much-discussed ques
tion by the. Bible. Come early for
a good seat.
Subject tomorrow night:
Big Tent PavKion
Cor. 13th and Morrison
Seats Free Public Invited
' Special Gospel Sing
Wanted Chairs to Cane
" by School for Blind
FOB. F A it XI CU LA IIS CALL
East eooo. Mr.J. F.Myers
while fighting a separator fire on the
McMillan ranch. He was badly burned
about the hands and feet. An' explo
sion of smut started the fire and Allen
endeavored to save parts of the ma
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EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
in Furniture and Appliances, Vault,
Filing Equipment and Supplies, Blank
Books. Indexes, Cards, Loose Leaf
Forms," Seals and Rubber Stamps,
Engineers' and Typewriter Supplies.
PRINTING ENG RAVI-NO
L Abound ; !
r . Portland. Orecim "
The Multnomah strives
to malntaiu a service that
ia superior at prices thnt
are moderate. With ttOO
rooms. Uiree ball rooms,
spacious mezzanine floor
and lobby, it combines un
usual facilities for botn
home comfort And soci&t
Hare yon tried nr
famous f 1.2.1 de Iutb dinner
served in the Cold room r
Eric V. TT noer. rre.
A. It. Campbell. Mr.
The SEWARD is new. modern anfl
elegantly appointed hotel, possesslnr
one of the mot; beautiful corner lob
bies ln the Northwest. Located at
30th and Alder sta opposite Olds,
Wortman & Kane's big- department
tore ln heart of retail and theater
district. Kates $l..r0 and up. Bus
meets all trains. W" car also runs
from Union Depot direct to Hotel
biWAKJJL W. M. Seward. Froo,
t. i ! -X
440 WafftvLnrton 6trt.
Lernre, airy rooma, elegantly furnished, in
heart of retail and theater district- Strictly
modern, absolutely fireproof, clean and quiet
surroundings. Rooms without bath, fl.OO.
Rooms with bath, $1.50 and up. Our $1.00
rooms equal to any $1.50 rooms m the city.
Our rooms with bath at $l.AO equal to any
$2.00 in the city. Special rates by week or
month. 2est rooms in city for the money.
Apartments Are Scarce
SEi; PERKINS HOTEL
For Attractive Suites at
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit.
Eaat Morrison St. and East 'Sixth.
1-S5 Per Day. , $6 Per Week Up.
'Art Metal" Safes
Glass & Prudhomme Co.
PIANOS, PLAYER. .
GRAPHS. Alo refintshed by a
new and better prwess
for- less mony. Tunlnc
na autism resrulatitie.
BAROLD S. GILBERT
S84 Yamhill btl-ret.
Pianos Bouxht, Rented, Sold.
for Girls, 6"Uh year. Conducted bv the
SISTEKS OK THE HOLY NAMES OF
JKSL'S AND MARY. Grade, Academic
and Collepiate Courses, Music. Art. Elo
cution and Commercial and' Domestic
Scienca Uepta. Resrdent and Day frtu
denia. Refined. Moral and Intellectual
Training. Writ for announcement.
School reopens September 2. Addnesc
SISTER SUPERIOR, fcit, Mary's Acad
Miss Harker's School for
Girls.. Palo Alto. Cal.
Hi(5h S4loo1. Lower SchooL Fully ac
credited. Strong French, tnuaic and
home economics courses. Kavorabla
climate and large ground permit out
door life all year. Resident uursav
Catalogue upon request-
18th Tear Opens Sept- 15.
Write Miss Harker, Principal
Phone your want ads to The Orco
nian. Main 7070. 6u9fe.'
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