Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 28, 1919, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Oty Editor Mmln TOTO. A HK."
tundsy Editor Main ""TO. A "S9
Advertising Department . ..Mln 7070. A IO!s
&uprlntcndenl of Building. Main "070. A BOM
OBECOMAX AT RESORTS.
Pnbarrth with th. following; agents
your lum mr resort to Kcurt tha moat
prompt delivery of The oreitonlan. city
rates. Fubscrtpuons by mall ara payable In
advance.
Hanlcw, Or. F. C. Robinson
Bay City. Or. O. E. She:l
Karoctu. Or. F. D. Mitchell
Bremen. Or. A. W . Row.
Canon. Vaah. C. B. Smith
Eco:. Or Cannon Beach Merchandise Co.
Jrlt,alrtL Or. S. M. McMillan
Oearhart. Or. W. si. RoblnaoD
Lolll Beach. Tuh. W. E. Slhauhal
Manhattan Beach. Or. S. F. Anael
Miman.ti. Or E. Kardell
Nahcotla. Mash- 1L J- Brown
Nean-kah-nle. Or. A. C Anderson
Xetarta. Or. Mrs. H- M. Croaa
Nehalem. Or. D. C. PereJo
Newport. Or. O. T. Herroa
Ocean Hark. Wash. Emma S- CampbeL
rclflc Beach. Waah. Burke Cols
Pacific City. Or. D. F. Edmund,
Rockaway. Or. Frank Millet
Seaside. Or. A. J. Gillette
Saipnerd's Hot Springe. Waah - -
Mra. N. St. Martin
Feavlew. Wash. Ueorce N. Putnam
Tiilamook. Or. J- D. Lamaf
Wheeler. Or. . R. H. Cod,
Woods. Or. Charland Deuel
W'Uhou Sprinc. Or. '. W. Mclejran
AMTSEMENTS.
HFTTT.IO reroadway at Taylor) Alexander.
The Man W ho Knows." Thia afternoon
and tonttjht.
ALCAZAk (El-Tenth t Morrison) Alcaaar
Musical Playera In "Plincesa Fat. Tht
afternoon and tonight.
PANTAOKS Hroadway at Alder) Vaude
ville; Uirea abowa daily. 2JO. 7 and :Oj.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vm.Ui.iii. ..H mn.'i nlcturea. '2 to o.
I t: to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sundays and
holidays continuous 1:15 to 11 P. M.
BTRA.VD (Washing-ton street, between Park
end West Park) Vaudeville and moving
pictures, continuous.
COIWCIL. CHEST Free amusement park.
Take OCT" cars. Morrison or Washington
streets.
THB OAKS A MVS EMS V T PARK (cars at
First and Alder) Armstrong Folly com
pany in must til comedy.
CC IA MRIA BEACH (Vancouyer cars)
SwimmiDC. dancing, amusement.
THRIFT STAMPS
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Business Office, Oregonlao.
Mauiui Ixvtte Hikers. The Mazama
club has extended an Invitation to
Multnomah cluD Hikers to participate
in a Labor day trip to Neah-Kah-Xie
mountain. Two parties will leave Port
land for Nehalem Saturday, starting
from the North Bank station at 8:13
A. M. and 1:15 P. M. Saturday night
thje hike of three miles to Neah-Kah-IMe
will be made and Sunday the club
will climb the mountain and make the
trip to Short Sand beach, about ten
miles. Monday the party will return to
Portland, leaving Wheeler at 5:22 P. M.
Those making the trip are asked to
furnish their own equipment and com
missary, although the Mazamas will
provide coffee.
T. W. C. A. to Pee Dances. "ned
wood." the Y. "W. C. A. camp at Reed
college, has arranged a programme of
entertainment for the coming week
end. Saturday night at 8 o'clock, a
eries of interpretative dances will be
given by Mrs. Pauline Garrigas and
Mrs. Hazel Kawcett. who have just re
turned from the Denis-Shawn school
of dancing. After the dances the even
ing will be spent in games. The camp
will give its fourth organ recital on
the Olds memorial organ in the college
chapel Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Lucien Becker will furnish the pro
gramme. The camp will be open Labor
day to campers and visitors.
Scavenger Driver Cited. Effort of
George Schmeer, driver of a scavenger
wagon, to dump garbage In a place
other than the municipal incinerator
may cost him his license. The city
council yesterday set next Wednesday
morning as a time when he should ap
pear and show cause why it should not
be revoked. Several days ago h was
fined ' $j0 In the municipal court.
Schmeer was arrested by Mayor Baker
after being detected in his -effort to
dump garbage in an empty lot in South
Portland. Members of the ct 'il who
were on an inspection trip, were
witnesses.
Dance for Soldiers Arranged. The
Knights of Columbus will give their
weekly complimentary dance for the
World War Veterans next Thursday
night. August 28. at the Knights of
Columbus building. Vancouver barracks.
This will be a farewell entertainment
for the air service troops, and will
mark the closing event in connection
w-ith the spruce production, division.
Ladies desiring to attend may obtain
cards of admission at the Knights of
Columbus club. Park and Taylor
streets. Admission cards must be pre
sented at the door.
Women Escape From the Cedars.
Tolice were conducting a search yes
terday for three women and a girl who
made their escape from the Cedars,
municipal detention home for women,
some time Tuesday night. They were
all dresed in brown uniforms. The
women are (jail Wilson. Marjorie Rad
rliffe. .Mildred Noblett and Martha
Short, trte latter of whom is but 15
years old.
Illecal Fishing Costs $30. For fish
ing out of season near Astoria, two
men were fined $30 each by Judge T.
J. Corney. according to a report turned
In yesterday by John I.arsen. deputy
game warden. The culprits were Anton
Swicarom-ich of Krookfield. Wash., and
Nils Nelson of Astoria. The arrests
were made August 25.
Propertt Owners Arrested. Four
froperty owners who failed to heed
police edict lo cut weeds in vacant lots
mere arrested under complaints issued
at poltce headquarters yesterday. They
are .Mrs. J. Thibeaux. .".3 Ella street: I.
B. Holzman. Tom Word, ex-.-herlff. and
Whitney I- Boise. All will be haled
into municipal court.
Suit for Damages Filed. J. P.
Brothers, a Lombard-street grocer,
seeks damages of 10.000 from II. A.
Slocum for alleped slander, saying that
Slocum on July 31 came in his store,
claimed a red counter and declared he
would have Brothers fined for steal
ing it. The suit was filed in the circuit
court yesterday.
National Caloric "Week. August 23
to 30. Comfortable and clean heat
with no fire risk and with a saving of
half the fuel bill. Guaranteed. Makes
winter as comfortable as June. Come
and see for yourself. Caloric Plpeless
Furnace Co.. 314 Stark, near Sixth.
Phone Main 7t54.
Standard Oil Picnic Planned. Em
ployes of the Standard Oil company
will hold a picnic at Crystal Lak-e park
September t. There will be a baseball
game and a programme of athletic
events, with prizes for the winners.
Dancing will conclude the day's enter-
tairment.
AursATkis or Akfecttons Charged.
Robert Patchen filed suit for JIO.OUO
against W. F. Smith in the circuit
court yesterday, alleging that Smith
alienated the affections of Mrs. Anna
M. Patchen in August, 191$.
B. Sc A. Cafeteria. 202 'i Bdwy s
doors south of Y. W. C. A. We have
changed our location, but not our
cooks. Adv.
Dr. Harris, dentist. Washington
bldg.. announces his readiness for serv
ice after completely remodeling and
re-equipping his offices- Adv.
Milk Diet Treatment. The Moor)
Sanitarium. Phone Main tlOl. East 47.
Adv.
Rainbow Rock Strings and Kemmerer
coal. Carbon Coal Co.. East llss Adv.
We Grind everything. Portland Cut
lery Co., sti 6th si . near Stark. Adv.
Dr. James J. Panton, Selling bid...
has returned. Adv.
Hill Military Academy is tha school
for your son. Send for cauuegue. Adv.
Rheumatism a specialty. East 1577.
My. .
Lind Hotel Gets License. Permis
sion to operate the Lind hotel on Third
and Pine streets yesterday was granted
to Mrs. Jacob Silverman, on condition
that she does not permit her husband
to have any interest in the conduct of
the hotel. Attorney J. J. Fitzgerald,
who appeared for Mrs. Silverman, ex
plained to the council that Mr. Silver
man had left his wife and would have
no Interest in her operation of th5
rooming house. Members of the coun
cil said that Silverman bore an un
savory reputation and that they would
not permit him to operate a rooming
house in the city of Portland under any
conditions.
Jl-nkman Fined MO. L. V. Barde, a
Portland Junk man, was fined $20 on
two separate charges for a total of $40
In municipal court yesterday after
Judge Rossman had given him a severe
grilling for attempting to have two
misdemeanor cases thrown out of court.
Barde was arrested by Traffic Officer
Brewer for failure to obey a traffic
signal and in the controversy which
ensued he is alleged to have used
profane and abusive language to the
officer. He was found guilty of both
charges and at once filed notice of ap
peal to the circuit court.
Important Federal Cases Tp. Sev
eral cases of importance are to be taken
up in September when the United States
circuit court opens Its regular session
here, according to United States Dis
trict Clerk Marsh. Among them are:
Stafford vs. Albers Bros., a patent case;
United States vs. F. W. Bold, charged
with espionage: United States vs. Wil
lard Jones, on an appeal from the
original action In which the govern
ment was given $18,000 for alleged land
fraud.
Lieutenant Waterhoubb Known Here.
Mrs. H. Lacey. of $98 Kerby street, is
a cousin of Lieutenant F. B. Water
house. American aviator, who, with
Lieutenant Cecil It. Connelly, was lost
in the Mexican wi'.ds for nearly a week,
but who has since been rescued. Lieu
tenant Waterhouse. In company with
his sister, visited at the Lacey home
in this city last May. He is a son of
Dr. George M. Waterhouse of Welser,
Idaho.
Alleged Stillkeeper Held. At a
hearing yesterday before the federal
court Louis Salovlch was ordered
bound over to the federal grand Jury
on the charge of violating the prohibi
tion law. He gave $750 bail. Internal
revenue officers located an alleged still
and 150 gallons of "mash," which they
charged rai the property of Salovich.
Deputy United States District Attorney
Watkina conducted the prosecution.
STORE BL'ILDINO SMASHED BT AUTO.
K. Kasaapa. a Japanese, crashed into a
store building at Eighty-second street
and Powell valley road late Tuesday
night and smashed the front of the
building In. according to an accident
report filed yesterday at the traffic
bureau. Kasaapa said he was blinded
by the glaring lights of a passing ma
chine and lost control of his own car.
Immigration Headquarters Moved.
R. P. Bonham. Inspector in charge of
the immigration service for the district
of Oregon, has moved his headquarters
from the Railway Exchange building,
w-here it has been located for nine
years, to the new postoffice building.
The entrance will be in room 307.
L. J. Moore Is Fined. L. J. Moore,
connected with the state Industrial ac
cident commission, yesterday pleaded
guilty to a charge of leaving a fire
burning on national forest property
4 and was fined $5 in the federal court.
Dericks' Cafeteria.
Now open in their new location, 384
Oak street, between 9th and 10th. auto
mobile row, best food at lowest prices.
Adv.
The Apartment House Association
Will Meet Thursdat Eveninq at 8
o'clock. 87 Fourth St. Important Busi
ness. Adv.
POSTMASTER YIELDS
TO LEGION'S DEMAND
Ex-Service Men Will Regain
Jobs Held Before War.
PROPPE CASE IS CRITICISED
Discriminations Will Be Corrected
' and No More Women Will Be
Employed at Postoffice.
OREGON EXECUTIVE HOME
Olcott Returns Prom Governors
Conference at Salt Lake.
SALEM. Or.. Aug. 27. (Special.)
Formation of a league of DUblic land
1 states, appointment of a committee to
wait upon President Wilson and Attor-ney-iJeneral
Palmer relative to reduc
ing the cost of living and a pleasure
Jaunt through Yellowstone national
park featured the recent conference of
western governors, according to Gover
nor Olcott who returned here this morn
ing from Salt Lake City. Twenty gov
ernors attended the business sessions,
and most of their number enjoyed the
tour of the park.
Governor Olcott was accompanied on
the trip by Mrs. Olcott. Mr. Olcott says
it has been very dry In Idaho, Utah and
other parts of the west and the green
fields of western Oregon were a wel
come sight.
La Grande lias Zebra Funeral.
LA GRANDE, Or., Aug. 27. (Special.)
La Grande saw a zebra funeral today.
One cf the most valuable in the Hagen-bach-Wallace
circus, which was here
yesterday, died suddenly during the
n.ght show. Obsequies were said today.
Sunday and
Let er buck Saturday,
Monday. ."pfHway. Adv.
Postmaster Myers will restore ex
service men to their former positions li
the Portland postoffice, eliminate all al
leged discrimination against ex-service
men, rearrange conditions at the post-
office so that the employment of worn
en who replaced service men will in no
way interfere with the employment or
proper placing of these men, and em
ploy no more women in preference to
former service men.
Such was the postmaster's promise
to the employment committee of the
American Legion, which has been In
vestigating the charges of alleged dis
crimination against ex-service men. The
report, which was made public yester
day, will be submitted to the Legion at
its next meeting Tuesday night, rut
ther investigation by the committee
will be delayed that Postmaster Myers
may have opportunity of placing his
promises Into effect.
Affidavit Cauxe InveatiKatlon.
The Investigation of the charges
against the postmaster was ordered a
a meeting of the American Legion fol
lowing the filing of affidavits by pos
tal employes with Mayor Baker charg
ing the postmaster with failure to re
turn them to their former positions or
to positions to which they would have
been entitled had they remained at
home during the war.
John A. Beckwith, secretary of the
executive committee, said yesterday
that the investigation was made solely
in the interest of the ex-service men
and was not conducted in the interest
of any political clique or faction.
A separate Investigation of the
charges against Postmaster Myers is
being conducted by a committee ap
pointed by the Spanish-American War
Veterans' association, but the report of
this committee has not yet been com
pleted. The report of the employment com
mittee of the American Legion is as
follows:
"While .we are unable to say that
Postmaster Myers has Intentionally
discriminated against any service men
in the reorganization of his office force,
yet we do find that he has been mbst
unfortunate in his expressions to and
of service men and has subjected him
self to just criticism on that account.
Proppe Cane Condemned.
"We must condemn Postmaster Myers
for publishing as a voluntary affidavit
the humiliating affidavit of Carl Proppe,
which the evidence shows was prepared
by Postmaster Myers, and executed by
affiant under his direction. The atti
tude of Postmaster Myers in connection
with this incident shows his willingness
to place unnecessarily a service man in
a position of public ridicule in order to
strengthen his position In a public con
troversy. "This Investigation has been con
ducted without publicity and entirely
in the interest of the service men, rath
er than in the interest of any political
clique or faction; hence we regret the
attitude of Postmaster Myers as dis
played by the publication by him of
his answers to the questions of the
employment committee.
"Postmaster Myers has promised your
employment committee that he would
correct all apparent discriminations
against service men in the organiza
tion of his force of employes and. by
the Issuance of an order to discontinue
the employment of female employes, is
taking active steps to make possible
the restoration of pre-war conditions."
consideration was said to. be the
equivalent of $100,000.
. The Campbell hotel Is located at the
corner of Twenty-third and Hoyt
streets and is five stories in height
The purchase was made from the
Wright Investment company, controlled
by A. M. Wright, George A. Houseman
and Morris Marks. A vacant lot at the
corner of West Park and Montgomery
streets was a part of the consideration.
The purchaser, a business man and
restaurant proprietor, has been en
gaged in business here for 23 years.
For a considerable time he was man
ager of the Portland restaurant. The
deal was closed a week ago, but was
not announced until the return of Mr.
Pittelkau yesterday from Cannon
Beach.
KNOTS HOLD BETTER NOW
JURIST IS ACQUIRING SKILL IX
MARRIAGE SERVICE.
Judge Gatens, Asked to Separate
Couple He United. Promises
Better Job Xext Time.
Presiding Judge Gatens leaned back
in his chair In simulated horror. He
recovered quickly.
"Well, I'm doing a better job these
days." he smiled. Mrs. Myrtle Powell
had just admitted to the court that
the man from whom she desired a di
vorce had been pronounced her hus
band In 1912 by Judge Gatens.
'I've had a little more experience
now and they stay tied better," went
on the jurist.
'Take your decree," he said. I'll do
better for you next time."
When Mrs. Gracia L. Simmons in
vited girl friends to her home, her
husband, H. A. Simmons, would hang
around, sit on the laps of the girls
without invitation, kiss them before
his wife, and make himself so general
ly obnoxious that her friends ceased
coming to see her, the wife told the
court in seeking a divorce.
Shortly after Mrs. D. Belle Henderson
married Frank Henderson, she dis
covered that he was an I. W. W. and
constitutionally opposed to work of any
kind, she said.
Raymond C. Burnett was "mean and
hateful" directly after their marriage
in Vancouver, March 15, 1919, said Mrs.
Marie K. Burnett. A week after mar
riage he quarreled with her, kicking
her out of bed and keeping her up all
night, she declared.
Other divorces granted by Judge
Gatens were:
Dorothy Garrison from Charles F.
Garrison ; Flora O. Fraser from Alexander
Fraser; C. M. Burchard from William J. Bur-
chard; Maude R. Boyle from K. J. Boyle;
Margaret V. Benton from Harry H. Benton;
Hattie A. Shotwell from W. W. Shotwell;
Edna E. Beddon from R. J. Beddon; L. H.
Cates from Laura B. Cates; Winona E. Mor
gan from J. P. Morgan ; John Paul from
Annie Paul; E. L. Mclntyre from W. H. Mc
Intyre; Rose W. Penhallegon from Thomas
Penhallegon; Eva Stein from samuei a.
Stein; Cecil Groce from Marie Groce; Por-
nce M. McElfresh from victor A. Alcfcal-
resh: Rose Mauck from Joseph C. Mauck;
Russell L. Stanton from Fay Stanton; Mar
garet A. Warner from Richard W. Warner;
A. R. Cooke from Alma A. Cooke; Myrtle
Meierotto from Albert E. Meierotto, and
Ada C. Cody from Archie B. Cody.
Lion School Suits
are built for
sturdy boys!
Hie the boys off to school
dressed from head to
heels in well-made, good
quality clothes, hats,
shoes, etc. The Lion of
fers no other kind. The
prices are right, too.
Only Three More
Shopping Days
Before School
J-JL. A Handy
20 EXTRA
-s&r
STAMPS
given with this coupon
today and Friday with
your first purchase of
$1 or over in our com
plete Boys' Department
Strong Built School Suits
New fall styles with two pairs of
knicker pants strong fabrics in
many colors. 7 to 18 years.
$11 to $20
Extra Quality Hi-School Suits
Express shipment of heather mix
tures of three-piece long-pant suits
just arrived for boys 15 to 20 years.
$18
We carry extra pants to match the
above suits.
- MORRISOST and FOl'RTH.
Desks
Chairs
Filing Cabinets
"Art Metal" Safes
Glass & Prcdbmnie Co.
PRINTERS, BOOKBINDERS
65-67 Broadway
FISH EGG PLANT PLANNED
Xew Station JSoon to Be Established
in Klamath District.
A new fish egg taking station will
be established at Fish lake in the
Klamath district, R. E. Clanton, master
fish warden, announced yesterday after
a trip to that section. Mr. Clanton
said that both cut-throat and rainbow
trout now exist there in large num
bers. Work on the new plant will be
started soon, Mr. Clanton said.
While in the Klamath district Mr.
Clanton investigated the reported loss
of thousands of fish In Diamond lake.
The destruction of the fish, he says,
was due to deposits of large quan
tities of brown moss which apparently
entered the lake through some subter
ranean passage and smothered the fish
The death of the fish was at first
thought to be due to an explosion or
eruption.
T
ice men, for whom the sing will be
given, will be present.
HOUSING BUREAU FORMED FOR
PORTXAXD EDUCATORS.
Xames of City Residents Who Have
Rooms to Rent for Coming
Ten Months Desired.
CAMPBELL HOTEL IS SOLD
E. R. PITTELKAU, RESTAURANT
MAX, BECOMES OWNER.
Valuable Vacant Property Turned In
as Part of Consideration, Which
Is Reported as $.100,000.
Purchase of the Campbell hotel, one
of the city's up-to-date hostelries, was
announced yesterday by E. R. Pittel
kau. Portland restaurant man. The
LOVE QUARREL SERIOUS ONE
Mrs. Millie Powell Slashes Victor
Walstrom's Throat With Razor.
Victor Walstrom, aged 35, of 544
Overton street, is in Good Samaritan
hospital with a slashed throat, and
Mrs. Millie Powell, same address, is
the city jail charged with assault with
a dangerous weapon as a result of
attack the woman is alleged to have
made yesterday noon during the heat
of a quarrel.
Walstrom and Mrs. Powell are
sweethearts, according to the etory
told to the police. Walstrom, It is said,
threatened to switch his affections to
another woman, and Mrs. Powell then
attacked him with a razor. His in
juries are not considered serious.
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Fire Insurance Does Not Cover:
Loss caused directly or indirectly by invasion, insurrec
tion, riot, civil war or commotion or military or usurped'
power.
WE ISSUE INSURANCE THAT COVERS:
AGAINST ALL DIRECT LOSS CAUSED BY ANY OF
THE FOLLOWING :
(1) Riot; (2) Insurrection; (3) Civil Commotion, includ
ing strike; (4) Explosion directly caused by any of the
foregoing; (5) Explosion occurring from causes other
than above described (excluding fire resulting from such
explosion) whether originating on the premises of the
assured or elsewhere.
Pettis-Grossmayer Co.
A housing' bureau for the benefit of
Portland schoolteachers who. are re
turning: this week for the school year,
which opens next Monday, has been es
tablished by the War Camp Community
Service, with offices on the fourth
floor of the Northwestern Bank build
ing". The names of persons who will open
one or more rooms in their homes to
Portland schoolteachers for the coming
ten months are wanted. Details of
the rooms may be given in person at
the War Camp Community Service
headquarters or may be telephoned in
by calling Main 654. The list of rooms
obtained during the Victory Rose Fes
tival will need some revision.
Announcement was made yesterday
that the services of H. W. Arbury have
been retained for the War Camp Com- I
munity Service here for two years.
This is in line with the movement to
change the present organization to a
community service which would have
as Its aim wholesome recreation for
adults where it is not furnished by
the city.
Walter Jenkins, song leader for the
Portland War Camp Community Serv
ice, will conduct a community "sing"
this evening at Long Beach, Wash.
The affair has been arranged by Mrs.
Percy W. Lewis, member of the execu
tive board of the Portland community
service. It is expected that many perv-
BOYS TO BE ENTERTAINED
Home-Coming Celebration for Sol
diers at. Vancouver Announced.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Aug. 27. (Spe
cial.) The programme for the soldiers'
home-coming celebration, to be held
next Saturday and Sunday, under the
auspices of the War Camp Commun
ity Service, includes airplane flights,
athletic contests and other events.
The two days festivities will begin
at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon with
a programme of races and contests. At
6 o'clock lunch will be served and at
8 o'clock there will be a smoker, with
boxing and wrestling contests. There
will be dancing, free to service men,
from 9 to 12 on the streets.
Sunday's events will take place in
the city park, beginning at 2 o'clock,
and will include a community sing,
band concerts and other events.
BIBLE LECTURE
"GENESIS AND EVOLUTION"
by
George L. Robinson
(Chicago)
Tonight at 7:45
First Presbyterian
Church
Alder Street Bet 12th and 13th
Eyestrain
is not exactly a defect, but a
condition resulting from neglect
ed defects. It often occurs when
refractive errors are present.
With our
"Checking Up
we find all defects and make
"Glasses That Fit"
WHEELER
OPTICAL CO.
2ndFLOOR OPEOONIAN BLD'CL
HOTELS.
e i a st rifr jdefff in & f
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The following are
among' those who
recently purchased a
Gasco Furnace
Fifth and Alder,
from the Portland Gas & Coke Co.
L. A. Brown,
R. C. Fleck,
N. B. Gregg,
John R. Holman,
M. H. Insley,
3S7 E. 15th St N.
1294 E. Salmon St
Shenandoah Terrace.
288 N. 23d St
825- Kearney St.
(More tomorrow.)
6th Floor Wilcox Building
Main 702
What It Means to Have Good Teeth
GOOD TKETH 1MK.W GOOD LOOKS. GOOD DKiESTIOX AND GOOD HEALTH.
H WE I S ATTEND TO THEM. Ol R WORK M AS BEEN SO SYSTEMATIZED
THAT WE CAS ALWAYS GIVE YOU PROMPT SERVICE. PLATES WITH
FLEXIBLE SUCTION.
Tha Tery best and latest in modern dentistry. No more falling plates.
We extract any number of teeth without causing the slightest pain.
Particular Attention Paid to Plates and Bridirework.
examination; free.
II oars I 8:30 to 6 P. M. Phone M. 2020.
33 Yean in Portland.
WISE DENTAL CO.
RELIABLE PAINLESS DENTISTS.
211 FAILING BLDG.. THIRD AND WASHINGTON.
8. E. CORNER. ENTRANCE ON THIRD STREET.
a.
The SEWARD Is a new, modern and
elegantly appointed hotel, possessing
one of the moat beautiful corner lob
bies In the Northwest. Located at
Wort man & Kind's big department W
district. Kates and up. Bus
meets all trains. "W" car also ruos
from Union Depot direct to Hotel
bh.WA.lLU. W. M. Seward, IT 09.
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PALACE HOTEL
446 Washincrtnn Street.
Large, airy rooms, elepantly furnishefl. in
heart of retail and theater district. Strictly
modern, absolutely fireproof, clean and quiet
surroundings. Rooms without bath, $1.00.
Rooms with bath, $1.50 up. Our 91.00
rooms equal to any $1.50 rooms In the city.
Our rooms with bath at Jl.AU equai tcr any
$2.00 in the city. Special rates by week or
month. Best rooms in city for the money.
Apartments Are Scarce
SEE PERKINS HOTEL
For Attractive Suites at
Reasonable Rates
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit.
HOTEL CLIFFORD
East Morrison St. and Kast Sixth.
$1.25 Per lay. 6 1'er Week Dp.
REPAIRED
1'IANOS. PI.AYKR
1'IANOS. I'HO.NO-
.n.rns.
Also rrfiiiisiied by a
new and better procpsa
for less money. Tuning
end actiua regulating.
HAROLD S. GILBKRT
S84 Yamhill Street.
Pianos Bought, Rented, Sold.
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.
Marshall
6080
A 654S
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PRINTING ENGK AV1NO
BOOKBINDING
Portland, oriso J
3 iA--' 1
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School for Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
Mr. J. F.Myers
Mar. 50(10 or
East OOOO.
Phone Your Want Ads to
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