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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1925
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor. . . r Main 7070, 5B0-05
Sunday Editor Main 7070. 5)-i)5
Advertising Dept Main 7070. 5SO-05
Superintendent of Bldg. Main 707U. 500-95
BAKER (Eleventh and Morrison) Ly
ric Musical' Comedy company. After
noon and night.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures con
tinuous aaily, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PAXTAGES (Broadway at Alder)
Vaudeville. Three shows daily. 2:30. 7
and P. M.
Representative McArthcr to
Speak. C. N. McArthur, representa
tive in, congress, will give an ad
dress on "The State of the Union"
at the luncheon of the Ad club at
the Benson hotel today noon. A. L.
Barbur, commissioner of public
works, will speak on "The Boss Is
land Bridge Site." and F. P. Teb
betts, manager of the better business
bureau, will give a report of the bu
reau activities. A. K. Houghton
will give a musical number, accom
panied by Alex F. Reilly. Andy
Gump, the candidate who wears no
man's collar and is 100 per cent for
the people, is scheduled to appear
at the meeting.
Leo of Chiitesb Broken. Chin
Sing, 69 years old, Chinese, residing
at 95 Second street, was taken to
&t. Vincent's hospital with a broken
left leg early yesterday morning
after he was struck down at Union
avenue and East Madison street by
a vegetable truck driven by Carl
Nelson, a farmer from Gresham.
Nelson was on his way to the Italian
truck gardeners' market on the east
6ide, and sand he did not see the
Chinese hurrying through the early
morning fog to the same destina
tion. Halloweew Ball Is Annoonced.
Scout Young camp, No. 2, United
Spanish War Veterans, will begin
the season's activities with a Hal
loween ball at the Multnomah hotel
Tuesday night, October 31. The
committee has engaged the two ball
rooms and lobby for this occasion,
and three orchestras of Portland's
best musicians have been engaged.
An Invitation Is extended the public
to attend. The wearing of Hal
loween costumes, without masks, is
TjTn.rxT Foremen1 Enjot Dinner.
The Foremen of the light and power
department of the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power company were
the guests of the company Monday
evening at a dinner held in the tea
garden of the Multnomah hotel.
This was the third meeting of the
organization, which is largely com
posed of foremen. Harry S. Turlay
of station L is chairman of the or
ganizatlon and William H. Lehman
of the line department, vice-chairman.
Alumni Will Hold Meeting. A
meeting of the alumni chapter of
the Alpha Kappa Psi, national com
merce fraternity, will be held to
morrow noon at the Oregon grill.
There will be a business meeting
followed by the election of officers.
Graduates of the Universities of
Oregon, Washington, California,
Wisconsin and New York and of
Oregon Agricultural college will be
present. Any visiting members are
invited to attend.
Photographer Bound Over. A G.
Pratt, St. Johns photographer, will
appear before the grand jury on a
charge of possessing obscene pic
tures. He waived examination in
Municipal Judge Ekwall's court yes
terday, where his bail was flxed at
$750. A collection of poses quite
below the -level of any attempted
"art" photography were found in
his studio. Several St. Johns women
are said to have posed at different
Halloween Dance to Be Held.
A Halloween masquerade dance will
be given Friday evening, November
3, in the Tiall of the Pacific States
Fire Insurance company. Eleventh
and Alder streets, by the Commu
nity Service Hikers' club. This will
be the first of a series of dances to
be given this winter by that organ
ization. The club is composed chiefly
of younger devotees of hiking, danc-
iu auu yiuci tuiiiia ul ici.icaiiuii.
Grotto to Hold Ceremonial. The
Gul Reazee grotto will hold a ceremonial-
Saturday evening at the
public auditorium at which degrees
will be conferred upon a large class
of candidates from Eugene, Salem
and Portland. Caliph grotto of Eu
gene and El Karaz grotto of Salem
also will attend with a large dele
gation of their officers and mem
bers. A street parade will precede
the exercises at the auditorium.
Roofino Kettle Stolen. C. C.
Verrel, a contractor, living at 88
Eleventh street, says that the jeal
ousy of a rival firm was responsible
for the disappearance of a 2700
pound roofing kettle from a location
near the Buckman school. The vat
was about one-third full of tar, Mr.
Verrel said In his report' to the po
lice. The huge contrivance was
taken sometime late Mriday night.
Club to Give Entertainment.
Montavilla Sunshine club has made
plans for a social gathering and
public entertainment a to be held
in the Oddfellows' hall at East
Eightieth aid Gllsan streets Hal
loween night. A programme fea
turing stunts and music will be pro
vided by the committee on arrange
ments. Realtor's Car la Confiscated.
John Taylor, real estate dealer, will
appear in municipal court today to
answer charges of violating the pro
hibition law. He was arrested at
Willbridge yesterday in a small
closed car with 10 gallons of bonded
whisky and two gallons of gin in
his possession. The liquor was con
fiscated. Health Show Plans Pending.
Plans for the participation of the
druggists in the health ehow will
be completed at a meeting of the
Portland Retail Druggists' associa
tion to be held at the Chamber of
Commerce today noon. The meeting
will take the place of the resrul.'
Auto Breaks Rancher's Hip. C.
.M. Everest, 67 years old, suffered a
fractured hip and cuts on the face
when his car skidded on the inter
state1 bridge yesterday morning, and
landed in the path of a truck. He
was taken to the Portland sani
tarium. Mr. Everest is a farmer
residing at Vancouver, route 1.
Gang Admits 15 Burglaries. Po
lice capture five men in act of rob
bing east side grocery. Our burg
lary and holdup insurance protects
you against such losses. For par
ticulars phone Atwater 2391. W. R.
McDonald Co. All kinds of insur
ance, Yeon building. Adv.
Fire'Damages Restaurant Fifty
dollars' fire damage in a restaurant
at 71 Third street was laid to a
cigarette butt ossed carelessly into
a box of paper napkins shortly after
Rummage Sale, St. David's Epis
copal church, Thursday 12 to 5, arid
Friday and Saturday 9 to 5. 224
Washington street. Adv.
Needlework Guild desires espe-
cially single blankets, warm wrap
pers, sheets. Adv.
One Room makes two rooms with
Oscillating Portal Wall Beds. Creaa
& Co., 96-98 Front street. Adv.
Trt Roman Meal Bread. Your
grocer. Baked by Log Cabin Bakery
Artificial Teeth that fit." Dr.
J. R. Marshall, Mohawk bldg Adv.
Wanted. Dental chairs and equip
ment. Main 6576. Adv.
Exposition Dinner Is Tonight.
Three hundred persons are expected
to be guests at the dinner tonight at
the Peninsula Park Community
house that will begin the -demons
tration in behalf of the 1927 exposi
tion. The event is in charge of the
women of that section of the city
with Mrs. F. W. Miller acting -as
general chairman. The districts to
be represented are Kenton, Arbor
Lodge, Piedmont, Portsmouth, St.
Johns. University Park, Woodlawn
and Alblna. Speakers rom each of
these communities will be present
and the principal address will be
made by Mayor Baker. A delegation
of 14. men and women from the ex
position general committee has
made reservations and will take an
active part In the rally. After the
dinner there will be stunts and the
affair will be brought to a close
with dancing. ;
Savings Depositors to Meet. A
meeting of the savings depositors of
the State Bank of Portland has been
called for Friday night at the Cen
tral library hall. The meeting,
which will be attended by the state
banking superintendent, and an at"
torney of the banking department,
will be called' to order at 7:30. Jacob
Schwing, representing savings de
positors, says an effort is being
made by commercial depositors to
overturn the decision of the supreme
court, holding that owners of sav
ing accounts are preferred creditors.
"All savings depositors are urged to
attend . the meeting," said i Mr.
Schwing, "as it is to their vital in
terest to be present."
Special Game Wardens Active.
Reports from various sections of the
state, to State Game Warden Burgh-
duff, indicate that special wardens
are active in arresting and convict-
ing and convicting offenders against
the game laws. By far the greater
number of arrests are for hunting
without license. Recent cases in
which convictions were had are as
follows: Bert Fischer, John Roe,
Charles Lamb of Echo, hunting with
out license, each $25 and costs. An
gels Galligani of Mosier, hunting
without license, $25 and costs. Rob
ert Taub of Bend, hunting without
a license, $25 and costs.
-4'earbook to Be Chartered. The
Griffin, yearbook of Reed college
students, which has flourished for
three years charterless, this ye
will have a substantial basis for
publication. A detailed charter for
the annual, embodying specifications
as to its editorship, managership,
and terms of publication is being
constructed by the student council
and will be presented for the con
sideration of the student body at a
meeting next Thursday. Steps to
ward the formation of an organiza
tion for all Reed men will be taken
tomorrow at a meeting of the men.
Labor Indorses Exposition. Be
lieving that an exposition will
"prove of immense benefit to the
city of Portland and the surround
ing territory," organized labor Mon
day night placed its stamp of ap
proval upon the 1927 exposition. The
action of the general committee in
changing the date from 1925 to 1927
was indorsed after Mayor Baker
had addressed the members, explain
ing Why this was necessary and out
lining plans of the committee.
Soldier Relief Hearing Set.
At 10 A M. Friday the tax super
vision and conservation commission
will consider the county budget
covering relief for indigent soldiers.
Representatives ol the Grand Army
of the Republic, American Legion,
Veterans of the Spanish-American
War and other similar bodies are
expected to attend. The commission
yesterday considered budgets for the
courthouse and the circuit courts.
Men's Gtm Class Meets. The
newly organized men's gymnasium
class In the Montavilla district met
at the Montavilla school last night
for first instruction and class work.
The class was perfected at a recent
gathering, E. E. Giles being elected
president and Mr. Lilley secretary
treasurer. A regular schedule of
meeting nights will be announced at
the next meeting.
W. H. Crawford Returns Todat.
W. H. Crawford, acting executive
secretary of the Chamber of Com
merce, will return today from Del
Monte, Cal., where, he has been for
the last week extending the glad
hand to investment bankers in con
vention there and inviting them to
return to their eastern home by way
of Portland, accepting hospitality
here on their way back.
Gtm Meeting Is Tomorrow. The
opening gathering of the members
of the Woodstock gymnasium class'
for the winter season will be held
aft, the Woodstock school tomorrow
night. The old members of the class
are urged to be present and to bring
along all the'new pupils who desire
to take up the gymnasium work
under the direction of the capable
Dramatists to Present Farce. A
one-act farce comedy, "His Model
Wife," will be presented by the
Amaranth Dramatic society of the
Blessed Sacrament parish at the
parish hall Wednesday evening, Oc
tober 25. . The organization has
planned a series of plays to be given
during the year ,a.nd the initial ap
pearance of the members In their
play will be awaited with interest.
Chemistry Club is Addressed.
President Scholz and Dr. Ralph K.
Strong, professor of chemistry, ad
dressed the recently organized
chemistry club of Reed college at its
first monthly dinner in the Japanese
room of the Reed commons last
night. At the next meeting, to be
held November 1, Earl Hutchinson
and Ronald Frazier, student mem
bers of the club, will present papers.
Auto Thief Is Sentenced James
Hanford was sentenced to serve 15
months in prison for theft of an au
tomobile when he entered a plea of
guilty before Presiding Judge Sta
pieton yesterday. Hanford was
charged with having --stolen ma
chine worth at least $1000 in Port
land on August 6 and having driven
it to Pendleton, where he sold it
Woman Struck by Auto. Miss
Katherine DInneman, 54, 603 Hood
street, was taken to the emergency
hospital yesterday afternoon with
an injury to her knee incurred when
she was struck by an automobile at
First and Madison streets. The car
was driven by J. R. Kunz, 5211
Forty-second avenue Southeast.
Dakotans Meet Tonight. With
a programme including cards, danc
ing and refreshment, the North Da
kota State society will hold its ini
tial meeting of the season tonight
at Laurelhurst clubhouse. Ex-North
Dakotans ana their friends are cor
Democrats Meet Tonght. A dem
ocratic rally will be held tonight at
8 o'clock at Chapman school. Among
the speakers will be Elton Watkins,
candidate for congress, and W. N.
Gatens, candidate for re-election to
the circuit bench. Vocal selections
will be sung by Georgia Schmeer.
Everybody Pleased With Fine
Eats at Hotel Campbell, corner 23d
and Hoyt streets. Wonderful dinner
tonight chickens 'n' everything
for half of downtown prices. Only
so cents. Adv.
Pyorrhea. Dr. Long Is having
wonaerrul success in the treatment
of pyorrhea. 310 Bush & Lane bldg.
Eat Your Chicken Dinner To
night at Hotel Campbell, the fam
ous family hotel, 23d it. and Hoyt.
Special menu. Adv.
It's a Crimb to Suffer with
colds, neuritis and rheumatism. Dr.
Sherman, drugless. Atwater 8155.
Victim of "Beast Man" Coming.
Further ide ratification of Otto Mor
tenso.n, alias Dover Hanson, as the
Columbia park "beast," will rest
until the arrival from Regina, Can
ada, of one of his victims. The
woman telegraphed the district at
torney's office yesterday that she
could not satisfactorily identify the
man from the pictures sent her.
Mortenson, in his cell in the city
jail, has refused to discuss the Co
lumbia park outrages. Probably he
will be arraigned this week on
charges growing out of the identifi
cation of him by Mrs. Mabel Bush,
79 West Jarrett street, as the man
who attacked her on the night of
either August 14 or 15.
Masonic Masters to Be Guests.
Past and present masters of all the
Masonic lodges in the Portland dis
trict will be entertained at a ban
quet and social meeting by the of
ficials of the Sunnyside Masonic
lodge iq their temple Thursday
night. A" banquet will be served
promptly at 6:30 o'clock and follow
ing this the master degree will be
conferred by the past masters as
sembled at the gathering. J. H.
Rankin, worshipful master of the
Sunnyside lodge, is in charge of the
affair and is being assisted by the
wardens of the lodge. All past
masters are Invited to attend as
well as those now at the head of the
Chinese Body Taken From River.
The body of a Chinese, identified
as Louis Sing, 95 V Second street,
was found floating in the Willam
ette river near the Montgomery dock
below the Broadway bridge yester
day afternoon, by the harbor patrol.
Timothy O'Hearn, who discovered it;
said he thought the body had been
in the river about a week. Fellow
countrymen of the dead man, who
was about 65 years old. said that
suicide was undoubtedly the cause
of his death. Sing was said to have
a family in China. He was an Alas
kan cannery employe. The coroner
is in charge of the body. '
Peninsula to Hear of Fair.
Members of the Peninsula commu
nity club as well as residents ofYhe
entire peninsula district will have
an opportunity to hear why the
measure providing for the 1927 ex
position in Portland should pass at
the November election, at a big
meeting to be held in the commu
nity house in Peninsula park to
night. Mayor George L. Baker will
make the principal address, although
there will be short talks and musical
numbers to enliven the programme.
A banquet at 6:30 o'clock will start
the affair and dancing will follow
Pre-Election Meeting Tomorrow.
A pre-election meeting and live
wire gathering will characterize the
regular monthly gathering of'the
members of the East Side Business
Men's club to be held at the club
rooms. Grand avenue and Alder
streets, tomorrow night. Candi
dates will speak, city, county and
state measures will be discussed and
there will be a feature musical pro
gramme for the guests. Dinner to
be served by the women of the
Central Presbyterian church at 6:30
o'clock will be the opening number
of the programme and dancing will
toiiow the business session.
Fire Damages Bakery. Damage
amounting to several thousands of
dollars resulted when an overheated
oven in the plant of the Harvest
Bakery company, 150 Page street,
set fire to inflammable material
nearby at an early hour yesterday
morning. The one-story structure
was gutted and all. the baking ma
chinery destroyed. The building was
tne property of E. H. Ingham, W. J
Jones, and A. W. Resare.
Dramatic Talent Is Sought. A
search for dramatic talent among
members of the freshman class is
being conducted by Otis O. Richard
eon, coach of" the Reed College
Drama club, who proposes to cast
two new plays entirely from the
ranks of the neophytes. At a meet
ing in the chapel this afternoon two
(experimental plays will be read by
tne aspiring treshmen and parts will
be assigned to embryonic dramatists.
Game Warden Will Speak. A. E.
Burghduf, state game warden, left
last night for Seattle, where he will
address the King County Game Pro
tective association on protective
work in Oregon and the general
system of local administration of
game laws. A movement is on foot
in Washington to remodel adminis
trative game laws after those of
Oregon and other states.
Dancing Party Saturday. Mem
bers and friends of the Parkrose
Community club will participate in
dancing party at the clubhouse
Saturday night, according to the
plans of the social committee of the
organization. The affair is one of
the series of social gatherings ar
ranged during the fall and winter
season for the members of the organization.
Wringer Crushes Boy's Arm.
The right arm of Richard Garbe4-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Garbe, 308 Fairfax terrace, was
crushed when it was caught in an
electric wringer while he was en
gaged in watching washday actif
ities Monday. He was taken to the
Good Samaritan hospital and dis
charged yesterday. No bones were
Tacoma Avenue Work Rushed.
Improvement work on Tacoma ave
nue in the Sellwood district is oro-
gressing rapidly and it is expected
to nave the pavement comnleted
ftom East Seventeenth to East
Nineteenth street before the rains
set In. The pavement probably will
do completed to East Twenty-first
street !n the early spring. f
Wounded Girl Is Better. Miss
Helen Stackhouse, wounded Sunday
oy a jiuea iover who turned his
gun on himself, ehowed continued
improvement at the Good Samaritan
hospital yesterday. She may be well
enough to be removed to her home
very shortly, it was said.
Logger's Back Broken. Joseph
Treiehel, 42. was taken to Good Sa
maritan hospital last night with a
broken back, suffered when he was
struck by a cable at Gales Creek.
He was working in a logging camp.
AJfDY TO SPEAK FOB FANS
7 OX RADIO TOXIGHT.
Fine Musical Programme Booked
Also for. Broadcasting From
The Oregonian Tower.
Thousands of radio fans and as
many of their friends as can listen
In on their sets will have the rare
opportunity tonight of listening to
the only radio campaign speech to
be broadcast by Andy Gump, candi
date for congress. The radio world
is all agog over this coup of The
Oregonian radio service, and the
prospects are that tonight's radio
audience will be a record breaker.
Just what time Mr. Gump will
speak is not known. He will arrive
in Portland during the radio con
cert between 8 and 9 o'clock by au
tomobile and will come direct to
The Oregonian tower. There he will
speak for about five minutes, clear
ing up all the charges which have
been made against him, and for the
first time will nail down securely
the planks on his platform. This
will be the only opportunity the peo
ple of Portland will have to hear
the congressional candidate's voice.
An exceptionally fine musical pro
gramme has been arranged for the
rest of the hour by Mrs. Alvina E.
Knowlton, pianist and music teacher
of Portland. Mrs. Knowlton, Miss
Georgia Baldwin, soprano; Miss Inez
LJI. Chambers, violinist, and W. S.
Robertson, baritone, will provido
a solo concert of about 12 numbers.
All of these artists are well known
and high-ranking musicians. Two
of them, Miss Chambers and Mrs.
Knowlton, have participated in radio
concerts In The Oregopian tower be
fore, and both times have achieved
notable suctess in their perform
ance. Neither of the two vocalists has
sung for radio before, although they
are both placed high up on the lists
of local singers. Each will sing
three solos tonight, and their par
ticipation is looked forward to by
a host of admirers who are ac
quainted with the artistic work of
both soloists on tho concert plat
HEALTH SHOW IS HELPED
10,000 Tickets Bought by Large
Firms of City. .
Business houses and industrial
concerns, realizing the value to em
ployes of good health and the eco
nomic lose due to sickness, have
already purchased 10,000 tickets for
the big Oregon health exposition at
the public auditorium October 26
November 4, according to City
Health Officer Parrish.
The Portland Clearing House as
sociation has taken 2000 tickets.
Other large purchases were Honey
man Hardware company, 400;' Will
iam D. Wheelwright, president Pa
cific Export Lumber company, 400,
and Alstock-Fay company, physi
cians' supplies, 400. Several other
firms have made smaller purchases,
which will bring the total to ap
proximately 10,000 tickets.
CARDED WOOL BATTS
One big special in our woolen
goods sale is the fine soft carded
wool battst for comforts $3.50 batts
are on special sale now at $2.95.
Now is the time to buy, as they are
the f inest we have sold and prices
are far below their values. Browns
ville Woolen Mills Store. Adv.
Salmon Catcbcs Good.
MA RSHFIELD, Or.. Oct. 17.
(Special.) More silverside salmon
are being taken along the coast
this fall than in any past year of
late. The repor s from the Siuslaw
and TJmpqua rivers stated that the
buyers have been obliged to limit
the receipts and the price" has
fallen to two cents a pound. On
coos say 211,000 pounds daily is
about the average and the price
here is also low.
Injured Breeder Recovering.
HARRISBURG. Or., Oct. 17. (Spe
cial.) George McCart, local dairy
man, is recovering from the ef
fects of being trampled by his herd
bull a few days ago. Mr. McCart
is one of the best known Holstein
breeders 'in this part of the state.
S. & H. green stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co., coal and wood.
Broadway 6353. 560-21. Adv.
Served 11:00 to 8:30
Daily Except Sunday
Hazelwood Plate Dinner - - - 65
s Puree of Split Pea or
Baked Salmon, Oyster Sauce
Braised Ox Joint Parisienne
Potted Sirloin Tips
Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce
Shelled Beans Spinach
Mashed or Baked Potato ,
Choice of : Pie, Pudding or Ice Cream
Tea, Coffee, Milk or Buttermilk
Hazelwood Vegetable Dinner - 35
Cauliflower au Gratin
Fresh Tomatoes with Croutons
Mashed, Baked or Bouillon Potatoes
Tea, Coffee or Milk .
388 Washington St. . , ' 127 Broadway
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CARAVAN PLANS H
BIG CROWD OF BOOSTERS
FOR FAIR EXPECTED.
Stop to Be Made at Astoria on
Saturday Night With Chance
to See City.
Reservations that are being made
tor the caravan that will leave for
Astoria, Seaside and way points
Saturday morning Indicate that this
will be the largest caravaXthat yet
has gone out from Portland In the
interests of the 1927 exposition.
Business men express themselves as
being particularly pleased with the
programme as it takes them from
their work but one day and gives
them an opportunity to spend a
night in Astoria.
Heretofore excursions, have been
run direct to Seaside for the-most
part, and Astoria has been seen by
many residents of this city only
from car windows, or through such
glimpses that could be made from
automobiles traveling rapidly. The
itinerary provides for an all night
stop at Astoria Saturday, and the
visitors will be able to mingle with!
Astorians socially a's well as for
Mayor Baker and William P.
Merry, in charge of the excursion,
will endeavor to bring the caravan
hack to Portland, intact. They say
they believe the automobiles dec
orated with 1927 banners, traveling
In a body, will have a better effect
on people they meet on the high
way, even returning.
Portland Youth Gets Scholarship.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Oct. 17.
(Special.) H. L. Swett of Portland,
Or., has been awarded a faculty
scholarship at the Harvard univer
sity law school. Swett is a grad
uate of Reed college of 1920 and n
third-year student at the Harvard
law school. -
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Branches in 19 cities in the West.
Also makers of Rubber Cement Floor Paint,
All-Purpose Varnishes, Silkenwhite Enamel,
Fiftern-for-F!oors Varnish, Washable Wall Fin
ish, Auto Enamel, Barn and Roof Paint, Porch
My house needs paintiot. Fuller's Specification House Paints are sold by the following Agents:
PIKE PREPARED PAINT AGENTS.
Lents Hardware Co., 5923 92d St.
Willis Hdwe. & Supply Co., 819 N.
F. B. Roland. 838 Union N.
Ankeny Hardware. 122 E. 2Sth N.
Joe Lemma, Linnton Station.
Laurelhurst Pharmacy, 1161 Bel
C. M. Hlgbee, 723 Williams Ave.
PHOENIX PI RE PAINT AiENTS.
Watts & Price. Scappoose. .Tohn Blied. 129 Eleventh St.
Tigard Lbr Co.. Tigard. Roehm Hdwe. Co., 83S Miss. Ave,
Wm. Blaesi'ng, 2S3 Third St.
J. B. Buck; 19?9 E. Stark St.
J. W. Hart. Milwaukie.
Service Lbr. Co., Huber.
Smith Hardware Co., Estacada.
Beaverton Lumber Yard, Beaverton.
Ira F. Powers Furniture Co., Third
and Yamhill Sts.
Carlson & Sherk Co.. Sherwood.
Demme Bros., 265 P.ussell.
Peacock Sock Springs coal. Dia- I
mond Coal Co.. Bdwy. 3037. Adv.
TOMORROW EVE I " "
Portland's Favorite Soprano
Price .Including War Tax. 1.0U
Exchange Your Exehange Tickets
TIeketa Now snerman-Uiny i -
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UHEGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all caseB ct alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room
150 Courthouse. Phone Main OS78
from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Ihe society has full charge of the
city pound at its home, 535 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 0764. Dogs for sale. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled
horses. Small animals painlessly
electrocuted where necessary and
stray animals cared for All oead ani-
An auction sale of lots will be
held at the new townsites of Pouter
and White City, Linn .county. Ore
gon, next fcpring. Datee will be pub-
The. United States government,
state or Oregon, and Linn county,
Oregon, are now constructing an au
tomobile boulevard up and along the
banks of the Santiam river, into the
timbered depth of the wild Cascade I
mountains, a, distance of fifteen
miles, fo the celebrated Upper Soda
Springs, on land owned by me. which
will be platted as a resort and
known as White City.
It is approximately estimated that
this boulevard will cost 1300.000
Foster. Is destined to Taecome the
largest lumber manufacturine cen
ter in the world and White City the
grandest, most sublime, awe-inspir
ing resort in Oregon a dimple on
the cheek Of nature surrounded by j
towering snow-capped mountain
peaks, rivaling the celebrated moun
tains of the old worio.
For plats and information of these
new towns, write
A. A. WHITE, Owner
contain body-building elements that are essential to
the normal, healthful development of childish muscles
and bones. - '
Made of the TRtlE Graham flour that is ground from
the ENTIRE kernel of ripe wheat, Tru-Blue Grahams
are rich in vital food elements, with sufficient admix
ture of roughage to keep the body functioning nor
mally and healthfully.,
Sweetened with Sugar and
Pure Golden Honey
they appeal to childish tastes, so that mother has no diffi
culty persuading her little folks to satisfy their hunger with,
food that is nourishing and easily digested when there's a
package of Tru-Blu Grahams in the- house.
In Packages at 13cs and 30c
. Alio Injy-Lb, Wood Boxes
TRU-BLU BISCUIT CO. Portland
Confidence in Security
Are the Best
12 $13 45
Whatever you may select here
must be worthy of your confidence
else it would not be here. We
can't give anything less. Always
good shoes and good service.
Wen's Hosiery geetton Heather Hose, 05c pair.
Dr. J. M. Inll Orthopedic Parlor.
Knight Shoe Co.
Morrlsen, Near Broadway
Cured without Surgery
rY guaranteed cure for
Piles is a non-surgical
method, eliminating knife,
operation, anaesthetic, pain
and confinement. I have
never failed to cure a case
of Piles in the history of my
practice, proof of which may be
had by obtaining the long list of
prominent Northwest peopl
whom I have treated.
I remove all doubt as to molts by
agreeing to refund your fee if I fail
to euro your Piles. Write or call to
day for my FREE booklet.
DR. CHAS. J. DEAN
2ND AND MORRISON PORTLAND.ORtSO
MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRITING
WHEN YOU OO TO
On Geary St. just off Union Square,
In midst of best stores, cafes, theatres.
Good accommodations at very moderate
rates. Best known meals In the United
States. Breakfast, SOe, 60c. 75c;
Lnnch, 65c, Sundays, 75c; Dinner,
S1.25, Sundays. (1.50. 'Municipal car
paases doors. Stewart Bus meets trains
and steamers. It is advisable to make
reservations la advance.
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Women are too apt to overesti
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When feeling well they take un
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long run cause much pain and
trouble. Wet feet, exposure to oold,
lifting heavy burdens and overwork
will often develope troubles which
cause no end of suffering. Lydia
E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound
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have regained health and strength
by its use. It you are suffering
it 'will pay you to give it a fair
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