The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 21, 1914, SECTION THREE, Page 7, Image 41

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Managing Editor Main 7070.
City Editor Mam 7070.
Sunday Editor ....Main 70 10.
Advertisins Department.. . Main TU i.
City Circulation Main 7U .
Composing-room Main
Printing-room Main TUiO.
Superintendent Building.. . Main 7U7U,
A 6005
A 60SJ
A Soft
A 093
A 6.-
A 6Ktr.
A 6093
HEI1.1G THEATER (Eleventh and Morri
son) Annette. Kellerman in the Photo
play, "Neptune's Daughter." Tonlgnt at
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morrl
ron) Motion pictures. "Top o U-""-This
fternoon at 3 and tonight at S.S0.
First and Alder) McElroy's band, musical
comedy and vaudeville. This afternoon at
2 and tonight at 8.
ORPHEUM (Broadway and Taylor-) This
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight a'8;-
EMPRESS (Broadway and Yamnlll) con
tinuous from 1:30 to 11. . h.
PANTAGES (Broadway and Alder) This
afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 7.30
and 9.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
Subscribe with the following
agents, at your Summer resort,
to secure the most prompt deliy
ery of The Oregonian. City
rates. Subscriptions by mall are
payable In advance! . - -
Bay City, Or. Seeley Stone.
Brighton, Or. J. A. Baldwin
Carson. Waok Ctrl B. Smltn
Columbia Beach .
...Mrs. N. K. Burkhead
Gearhart, Or E. J. Fnlraurat
LoDg Beach, Wash, J. H. Stranhnl
jManzanita, Or. EmH Cardell
Kahcotta, Wash. J. H. Brows
Newport, Or.. . .George Sylreater
Ocean Park D. E. Beechey
Rockaway Beach. . .Frank Miller
Shepherd's Sprlnes, Wash.
.....Mineral Springs Hotel Co.
St. Martins Springs, Wash.....
Mrs. N. S. Martin
Seaside, Or Clark Stratton
Seavlew, Wash
.....Constable Fntmas
Tillamook. Or. JJ. 8- I-nmar
Wheeler, Or R. Codey
Special Sunday Excubbion. A spe
cial train will leave First and Stark
streets at 1:30 P. M. Sunday. June 21.
for Pleasant Home in the Powell val
ley; return to Portland 6:30 P. M.
Pleasant Home is In the heart of the
fertile district on the Mount Hood
Electric, where a good living can be
made from a little land while It is
advancing In value; where the rapid
growth of the new town adds to the
profit of the crop; where soil, loca
tion and low prices offer great oppor
tunities. Small farms can be bought on
long terms and every piece of land
given special attention by an expert
gardener without cost to the buyer.
Get round-trip tickets, free, from
Umbdenstock & Larson Co.. 286 Oak st.
Ladies' Auxiliary Meets. The
Ladies' Auxiliary, Sellwood, will meet
in the Sellwood Y. M. C. A. Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. After busi
ness a programme will be rendered.
The musical numbers on the piano will
be furnished by Mrs. Eugenia Brown.
'Miss Evelyn Spencer, graduate of the
Oregon Agricultural College, will speak
on domestic science. Miss Effle Pen
nick will sing. The hostesses will be
Mesdames K. B. Kelly. O. r. Stanley.
K C. Golden. L. II. Slade. E. Earnshaw,
r" J Gilllland; decorations, Mesdames
c' L. Whipple and W. C. Moore; recep
tion.n Mesdames C. D. Williams and
George Crawford. X, class in domestic
science will be organized. j
Goldstein Plans Mandamus Action.
To require the Municipal Civil Service
Board to comply with the city , charter
by. calling an examination to secure
eiigibles for positions as private sec
retaries to City Commissioners, Monroe
Goldstein notitted the board yesterday
that he will start mandamus proceed
ings unless the examination is held.
The Civil Service Board decided some
time ago that the secretaries would
have to be under civil service jurisdic
tion but as yet no examination baa
been held.
Property May Not Pay for Improve
ment. The property owners may not
be called on to pay for the improve
ment of Ladd avenue. It is now stated
that the Ladd Estate holds a guaranty
from the Barber Asphalt Company to
keep the streets in repair in the Ladd
Addition for ten years, which time will
not expire till 1917. The Ladd Addition
Improvement Association has asked
h , Tirnr-eAriinirs for the Improvement
of Ladd avenue be delayed until the
question of responsibility has been set
tled definitely.
United Artisans Elect. The United
Artisans of Sellwood have elected
Master artisan. H. E. Sellwood; past
master. C. K. Petsch; inspector, Mrs.
.1. Buchanan; superintendent, A. White;
secretary. Bert Lance; treasurer, L. C.
Duvall: senior conductor Mrs. Hockin
son; junior conductor. Mrs. S. Gill;
master of service. Chris Larsen: in
structor. Ernest Wahlstrom; warden.
T. Coop.
Rev. Father Greoort to Go to
Kurope. Rev. Father Gregory, of the
Sacred Heart Church of this city, will
leave for Europe for rest and recrea
tion the last of the month. His health
has been failing for some time from
overwork. He has been a live-wire In
'the upbuilding of the Brooklyn dis
trict Portrait Miniatures On Exhibit. A
small collection of portrait miniatures,
chiefly by Edith Sawyer, of New York,
are now on exhibition at the Museum
of Art. The museum hours are: Week
days, 9 to 5 o'clock; Sundays, 2 to 6
o'clock: free the afternoons of Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sun
day. DR. Dyott Plans Series of Sermons.
Dr. Luther R. Dyott has planned a
series of sermons on "What Men Live
Bv." The first to be given tonight and
will be entitled, "Worx." It will be
Biven in the First Congregational
Church. The public is welcome.
Albina Legion to Picnic. The Alhina
Txyal Temperance Legion will picnic at
Peninsular Park on Thursday. Every
body bring lunch. The Legion will give
a silver medal contest and programme
6f singing and recitation. ,
James B. Killough Honored. Branch
No. 61. the local association of Post
office clerks, selected James B. Killough
at their meeting Thursday evening as
delegate to the National convention In
Omaha in September.
Hoosier SocibtT to Meet. The
Indiana Society of Oregon will hold Its
regular monthly meeting In room A.
Central Library building. Tenth and
Yamhill, tomorrow evening. All Hoo
siers are -Invited.
- New Thought Convention, June
25 to 28 Inclusive, Portland. Elizabeth
Towns. Dr. Charles W. Littlefleld. M. D,
Brown, Grler ana Ring, speakers. aqv.
Watercurb Scientific Massage.
electric, treatment In basement of
Stevens bldg., Tuesdays, Fridays.
Ladies only. Adv.
Great Gathering of the Clans.
Scottish picnic and games July 4. Port,
land cricket grounds, near MontavlIIa.
Oak and fir cordwood Cannon CoaL
Multnomah Fuel Company.
Main 6540. A 2116. Adv.
Michigan Society Picnic at Bonne
ville June 27; tickets. SI round trip;
children. 60c Adv.
Bruce Apts. Beautiful north side
apt- six large rooms. Phone Mar. 1423.
Adv. , -
Try new Crescent Laundry; "not
In the trust" Tabor 10, B 1022. Adv.
' Salvation Army Plans Outing. The
Salvation Army proposes to give a free
Summer outing Thursday. July 9, to all
poor mothers and children in Portland
who otherwise' would be deprived of
enjoying such a treat One of the large
river steamers with a capacity of over
400 persons has been chartered for the
day to take the party up the beautiful
Willamette River, spending several
hours at McGone's Park. Each person
will he provided with a substantial
lunch. Including ice cream, lemonade
and fruit Games and racing will be
the order of the day. Tickets for the
trip can be applied for at the Salva
tion Army relief department 243 Ash
street Donations of cash and provis
ions will be gladly ' received for the
success of the, outing at the above ad
dress. Wild Blackberries. Wild black
berries are ripe and in great abundance.
Among ' the best places to go on the
Estacada. line are; . . Haley, Boring,
Deep Creek Junction (go up side track
one mile). Rivermill - and Cazadero.
Bull Run line: Cottrell, Mabery. Bara
boo. Bull Run Park and Bull Run.
Sunday round-trip rates to above points
(excepting Cazadero), 75 cents; ' to
Cazadero, 10 cents additional round
trip. Tickets must be purchased at sta
tions. - For week-day and week-end
rates, and leaving time of trains call
ticket agent. First and Alder streets,
A 6131, Marshall 6100. P. R., L. & P.
Co. Adv. .
Spanish War Veterans to Camp.
The- Department of Oregon. United
Spanish War Veterans, will hold its an
nual encampment In Salem next Friday
and Saturday. The dates selected are
the last two days of the Cherry Fair,
and a good programme has been pre-;
pared by the Salem Veterans for tne
entertainment of the visiting veterans.
Department Adjutant John Y. Richard
son states that a rate of 11.60 for the
round trip to Salem and special rates
at the hotels have been obtained. It
is estimated that Portland will send a
delegation of about 400. including the
veterans' boys" drum corps.
Mrs. Tate to Lecture. Mrs. Robert
H. Tate, president of the Oregon Child
Welfare Commission, will deliver an
address Wednesday at 2:30 P.M. In the
chapel of the First Presbyterian
Church. Her subject will be "The Edu
cation and Care of Our Deaf, Defective
and Delinquent Children." During her
recent visit to Eastern cities, Mrs.
Tate made a special study of modern
methods employed In dealing with
these children. She believes Oregon
should profit from the experience . of
states having a large number of these
unfortunates, ' beginning now along
lines of prevention. The public is in
Portland Man Is Honored. W. F. G.
Thacher Is being congratulated on his
recent appointment to the faculty oi
the University of Oregon as professor
of rhetoric, and, ad interim, head of
the department For the past eight
years Mr. Thacher has been instructor
of English at the Portland Academy.
Previously, he was for three years as
sociate editor of. the Pacific Monthly
and for two years was connected with
Sunset Magazine as special writer. Mr.
Thacher, with his family, will move to
Eugene in the Fall. Mrs. Thacher. witn
the two children, is visiting her parents
in Jackson, Mich. , ' . '
Lucky "13" Pass Out of 69 - Ap
plicants. Out of 69 men who tot a
civil service examination recently for
the position of dock watchman. only
13 succeeded in passing. Of the 13.
two men wilV be appointed for the mu
nicipal docks. The Civil Service Board
yesterday submitted the four names of
men who passed highest Appointments
will be made from this list. Those on
the list as submitted are: Joseph H.
Berry. Jamea J. Hughes, A. G. Ross
and V. F. Livesay.
Liquor License Payments Dub.
Liquor license payments for the second
half of 1914" will become delinquent
after 6 P. M. next Thursday, according
to announcement yesterday of City
Treasurer Adams... Out of more than
400. saloon licenses In the city--only 30
have paid for the next six months. Be
fore the closing hour Thursday the pay
ments of 400 license for the rest of
this year must be made or the license
will be canceled automatically.
Vacation Privileges at Library.
Vacation privileges are now being al
lowed readers at the Central Library
and branches. For the benefit of those
going out of the city for the Summer,
10 books, four of which may be fiction,
may be drawn on a card and kept until
October 1st If desired. The Arleta
Branch Library, 4533 Sixty-seventh
street, will be closed on Sundays during
July and August
To Loan at 6 Per Cent.
Above amounts separately or on one
or two mortgages. Improved city
property only, by attorney-at-law for
client; no commission charges; no tele
phone Information. AD 27, Oregonian.
J. H. Dundore, manager of Sherman,
Clay & Co... entertained the employes
of that firm at an informal dinner at
the Commercial Club Thursday even
ing. After an impromptu talk by Mr.
Dundore, a delightful musical - pro
gramme was rendered by a number of
the talented employes of the firm.
Mutual Art Society to Receive.
The Mutual Art Association will give
a reception to- members and their
friends tomorrow evening at their
suite. 513-615 Columbia building. A
musical programme wyi be given and
refreshments served.
Christian Yoga Free Lecture to
night Topic, "Key to Unity." 311
Central bldg., 10th and Alder. Adv.
Cigar Stand for Rent. In lobby Hotel
Carlton. 14th and Washington. Adv. .
Dr. Richard C. Mulholland has re
moved to 822 Corbett bldg. Adv.
For health, rest and recreation,
Shipherd Springs. Adv.
Wooster sells everything. 48$ Wash,
tngton. Adv. .
DR." Harry McKay, 415 Morgan bldg.
For That Great Song Book, "Heart
' Songs." (
The - closing advertisements of
"Heart Songs" now appearing In this
paper are bringing in the coupon hold
ers in increased numbers every day.
There are doubtless many people who
have had it in mind to take advantage
of our offer at some future time. But
they have not considered that the sup
ply of books which we were fortunate
enough to contract for is limited, nor
are they familiar with the fact that
owing to an enormous demand, which
developed early in the campaign, the
supply has been diminished daily. We
hope that we still have a sufficient
quantity on hand, but it would not sur-
; - ... it nm a of ourreaders were
jiH jtGonnnintMl at the end of the
distribution. It is with this in mind
that we today urge an tnose wno nave
not availed themselves of the oppor
tunity to clip their coupons at once.
We shall still run the coupon for a
few days longer in order that all may
take advantage of what is a very un
usual offer on the part of a newspa
per. Adv.
n An,1 nnw T! I interest on
your Investment We fit the coal to
your-furnace. Expert furnace man at
your service. Main 780. Independent
Coal ft ice Co. aov. ' .
If it Is the skin use Santiseptie Lotion,
Ad. " .. - .
4 . ;
No Charge Made for Entries and Ex
perts Will Visit Garden Frequently
Taranghont the Samaser.
The entry list for the Portland Floral
Society's amateur floral contest having
been completed is now ready for dis
tribution. A wide-range of house and
garden beautifying Is covered, as can
be seen by the premium list which is
as follows:
1 Best flower garden on lot 100x100 er
overr first, second; third.
2 Beat flower garden on lot 00x100 or
leas; first. second, third.
3 Best group hardy perennials, any sue,
first second, third.
4 But bed or border of annuals, any size,
first, second, third. '
f. w-.t Kurt or border of new or- rare
flowers: first, second, third.
Beet group or DCQ oi oaray
gladioli; first, second, third.
or house (growing plants); flret, second,
third. ' '
8 Beat pair of window or porch boxes,
first, second, third. .
9 Best pair. o hanging oasaeia; xir...
second, third.
10 Best pair of garden tubs, any size;
first, second, third.
11 Best decorated business or apartment
building (either flowering or foliage plants);
first, second, third.
12 Best-kept lawn . on 60x100, with best
stand of grass; first second, third.
ij Best-kept lawn on lot 100x100 or over,
with best stand of grass; first, second,
14 Best group, border or hedge of aani
ias; first, second, third.
15 Best ornamental hedge of any size;
first prize. : . -
It is expected that a large number
of flower-loving people will enter this
contest There is no charge. All that
Is necessary is to procure a blank en
try list from one of the local florists
or seedsmen, fill it out as prescribed
and mail it to the chairman of the
floral contest committee, J. G. Backer.
413 Bast Seventh street North. Judg
ing is to be done by competent men
who will visit the yards of all the
contestants several times during the
Summer. Awards will, be announced
about October 1 in the dally papers,
when views of the winning entries
will be published.
Vigorous Campaign of Weed Cutting
Opens In Morrilng.
Thirty-six keen-edged scythes, a
large assortment of "cut-weed" no
tices and an abundance of other sup
plies were received at the City Hall
yesterday preparatory, to the starting
tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock of a vig
orous clean-np campaign in all parts
of the city.
Nine men have been selected as fore
men of districts. They will go out
and post clean-up notices on vacant
property. Five days later, if the no
tices have not been complied with,
workmen with the scythes will follow
and do the work, assessing the cost
and an additional $2 a lot to the prop
erty owner. In the campaign tall grass
and weeds, dangerous earth embank
ments, dangerous trees and poles, un
sightly piles -of rubbish or debris
must go.
O T. JOHNS, Or., June 20. (Special.)
J Rev. James A. Goode, of the United
Evangelical Church, will deliver the
baccalaureate sermon Sunday night
to the graduating class of the James
Johns High School. Tuesday will be
class day and on Thursday at 8:15
o'clock, commencement exercises will
k. i,,ih President Kerr, of the Oregon
Agricultural College, will deliver the
The class of High School graduates
is composed of Everett Smith, presl-
Rev. G. F. Llenlng.
The parlors of the First' Ger
man Evangelical Church, at
Tenth and Clay streets, were the
scene of a reception. Thursday
night for Rev. G. F. Lienlng, the
new pastor, and his family.
Rev. Lienlng came to Portland
from Salem, where he had been
located . fpr four years. He
preached his first sermon here
June 7. Before going to Salem
he had charges In North and
South Dakota -and Oklahoma.
J. C. Luckel, president of the
board of trustees of the church,
was chairman at the reception.
The speakers were: . Rev. H.
Schuknecht, presiding elder;
Rev. J. Bowersox, Rev. H. R. Geil,
of Milwaukie; Rev. E. D. Horn
schuch, E. J. Keller, superin
tendent of the Sunday school;
James Blum. Mrs. Christine Kel
ler and Rev. Otto Schults, who
delivered the invocation.
Rev. Leinlng and family were
introduced by Chairman Luckel.
Refreshments were served.
The Leining family has taken ,
residence in the parsonage. S91
Clay street
dent; Catherine Gensman, vice-presl-.
. TOnesrer treasurer:
Maggie Dickie, secretary; Beulah Beam,
Frank Bugoee. aaaie -iko.
Vida Evans, Hazel Hall. Eugene Hiatt
Hazel Peterson, Louise Sterling, Vina
Swan. Florence Wass. Viola Westhefer.
From grammar grades of St . Johns
school there will be 38 promotions and
24 already have stated they will enter
the High School in the Fall.
The Oregon Homing Pigeon Society
will hold a meeting Tuesday night at
1031 North Hayes street with a view to
organizing a pigeon club in St Johns.
E. H. Bauer will give a lecture assist
ed by Ralph Warren. All interested
will be welcome to attend.
The second annual meeting of "The
Pioneer Association of St Johns" was
held at the home of Mrs. J.- C- Scott
i After roll call dinner was served. Mrs.
St; John's Notes
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From the inexpensive diamond pieces of $10 to the very finest at $1W0
iM Morrison Street Between Tfcird and Fourth
Deery, a patient under my care for some
time has very unfortunately developed
and suffered symptoms and conditions
which have rendered her temporarily irre-'
sponsible for any act she may have com
mitted contrary to her natural and honor
able character. For some months Mrs.
Deery has been suffering under a serious
nervous strain and at this time is confined
to her home.
(Signed) GEORGE B. STORY, M. D., .
June 20th, 1914 915 Corbett Bldg.
r c etirinar nresident deliv
ered" the address in which she told of
the purpose of the organization, ouo
said "that the association is composed
of those who have lived in St Johns
for 2K vears. T. J. Monahan was elected
president for the year.
Joseph M. Tonkon Heads Young
Men's and Women's Association.
. . . . i . : , ; meetlner held last
j l H. I ell UIUBIO. t-.v " ' r-
Tuesday night at Gevurtz Hall the Jew
ish Young Men's and Women's Associ
ation elected the lonowing uuioib
. , . l p..alHAiit Josenh
tne next six .uvuuia. . - -
M. Tonkon; vice-president ' anny
Abramson; secretary, jhh
.,..-er Max Goldstein, and sergeant-
at-arms, Emanuel Herman.
Victor T. Hoefllch was eieciea eunu.
h. sRrtr.i.tlon Daper and
in CIUCl VA -
Harry Hersog the business manager
The following " -
was appointed by President-elect Ton
kon: Bella- Bloom. Ida Wolllns, Julia
Gordon. Gertrude Zaik. Julius Herzog,
Eugene Rosencrantz and Anna Matin,
Victor T. Hoef lich.
Samuel B. Weinstein. the e-P',-
? 7" "5?,., e.lfmoom"
cniei as aBBuumio .
joke editor; Bessie, Labby . society ad -
tor, and Herman umn,
t0The inauguration of the "wly-eUct-ed
officers will be held at the next
Hits Portland and Has Captured the
... Town.
There Is alwaysTomething doing at
Whitney's. Recently a number of news
papermen dining there were i"-
th relative ages of Samuel Clemens
and 'mln. hosV' dubbed his patrons
"Monk the Second." .
While Mr. Whitey was proclaiming
his extreme youth a lady, seated near
by, recognized "the young man as the
proprietor of Witney's, .ha tad
dined in Machinery Hall at the Cen
fennfal held at Philadelphia 38 years
Our gallant host acknowledged the
corn and If he does not lead in point
of years. It Is certain he Is a close sec
ond to the famous humoris t
He is Just as much of a live wire
today as ln '76. still bidding for more
BeVinning on Monday and continuing
through the warm months, a cold
ncnfohn. in addition to the regu ar
hill will be served from 11 A. m.. ui
8 P consisting of cold meats
salads sherbets, ice cream, fruits and
aUToPuOPw,n llwayJ'fd a change at
-Whimf, served at the regular
nrlce 26 cents, no more, no less.
The White Front will not be open on
Sunaayl 108 Fourth street near Wash
ington. Adv.
Uke thlnsraaeargratitudPerroSth!
WASSFXtitf who assisted us
. .;nAara fhankn
t ThaTaVy frlendB Tfor theirindness
floral SSmrb. J. C. HEMMINGS.
Adv. MR. aTr ARMEXT.
Wa hereby thank the many friends
. lii assisted us through the
w,5 8 riafre .Stanley Sloat In the
bereavement o o" devoted wife and
mother Mrs. Stella Claire Cameron,
and especially the Theatrical Managers
Association. 'gned)M CAMERON
. . . t- thanks and
we aesire to , . ,
-cnreciatlon of the many floral offer
Tn and kindnesses tendered to us in
Students to Present Shakespeare.
The ninth grade of the Mount Tabor
. , ;n ..u.nt thn nourt scene from
scnoo. - .
"The Merchant of Venice tomorrow.
beginning al 2 P. M. The part of Bhy
lock will be given by Harold Graham
and Portlal will be portrayed by Doro
thea Short. The glee club will sing,
as will the members of Miss Davis'
first grade. The acting and costumes
are under the direction of Jttlss Biurcn
ler and Miss Doble.
Eugene Visitors to Rose Festival Ex
press Thanks to Hosts.
In a letter received yesterday by
Mayor Albee the Order of Radiators, of
Eugene, expresses thanks for the cour
tesy aocorded members of that organ!
zation during their recent visit to the
Rose Festival. The letter Is from M. G.
Duryea, secretary.
"On behalf of the Order of Radi
ators," reads the letter, "I desire to ex
press to you and the people of the City
of Portland our sincere and grateful
appreciation for the unfailing courtesy
and kindness shown to us last week,
when we were in Portland attending
the Rose Show and participating in the
festivities connected therewith.
"I am certain the bond of friendship
of the citizens of Portland and the citi
zens of Eugene was strengthened great.
ly by all that was done for us last Fri
day. I am certain that all of the Order
of Radiators, all of the young women
of our high school team and all of our
wives and daughters, who accompanied
us to Portland, feel a sense of obliga
tion to the people of your city for the
genial hospitality and cordial greeting
that was extended to us from the time
we entered the city limits and up to the
time of our departure for home.
"We thank you. Mr. Mayor, and the
good people of Portland, for all that
was done for us and beg you to believe
that our appreciation is heartfelt and
The most artistic split bamboo shades
for sunparlors and porches. On rollers
same as other shades. The Laura Bald
win Doollttle Studios. 414 - 41 Eilers
bldg. Marshall 438, A 4238 Adv.
Hood River Boy Rons Away.
HOOD RIVER Or.. June 20. (Spe
cial.) '.'We now believe that Albert
Austin, the young adopted son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Fredenber, of the Mount
Hood district, has run away from
home," says Sheriff Johnson, who spent
yesterday In the Upper Valley, look-
Boys and Girls
Do You Want to Visit the
Panama-Pacific Exposition?
Call at the Office of
The National Amusement
And Learn How You Can Secure
A Free Trip
Plttock Block.
Room 3, Mezzanine Floor.
Office Hours 1:30 to 5:0 P. M.
Yamhill Crawfish
Now in Season
Main 919 A 5238
I .Have a Few Ckeiee
Piece ef
Fer Sale at
6Sh Ave. Cor. Slat St H. E.
Take a Ride and Save
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thing you will ever aeed In efficient filing equipment.
KvrrrtBlast la Furniture and Klsturea
for Office and Publle Hulldlnae.
Bank Safes CcftfJJf
Vault Doors JLjyl
, Nortaeaat tamer Flftn aa Oak ' .
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quired our facilities are so food that very
short notice is required to produce, with
. -in
accuracy and perfect worKmansnip. me
most intricate articles of office furniture.
Principal Afenta
Globe-Wernickc Sectional Book Cases
In the Heart of the "Great Light Way
The J. K. Gill Company -Third U Alder Sta.
Ing for clews as to the whereabouts of
tlie lost boy.
"His mother had threatened to w...,.
him. We traced him as far as Camp
One of the Oregon Lumber Company,
several miles away.
For baby's comfort Santlseptlo Lotion.
You will never be sorry for hav
ing bought a good outfit of Of
fice Furniture it means so
much to you and your business
but you would regret having
bought an outfit that didn't
match or that didn't wear, or
that soon looked cheap.
Lead in construction and snap
py styles. Look them over.
nunnr stationery &
107 Second St, Between Wash
. ington and Stark
Complete Office Outfitters
Fully ecerwiltad. VJ. . Army oftlr.r. In
fantry, cavalry, mounted artillery. Op.o-alr
ivmnaslum and swlmmlns pool.
fifth year bnln. Ausust IS. 1I4. Boys ee
rep? for Kummr v.lon. Junior school
rnintc. For rslsloa dcirs
ART HI it CKObBV. A.M.. U.U.. Headasaafr.
Accredited to Coilf tes. Orsmmsr .na r""n
rad.-s. Tbirtnth ysr C st.lnrus unoa si
S"ciition. Address Mi Hk. 1 lo AUo. C.L
In feS ft
1 1
Secretary of
The variety of our stock
is so great that every re
quirement is practically
anticipated, but, when
special files and special
office furniture arc re-
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ton BOYS
Si loVolly
lwat4 mm rfe-
w laxoma, M aaa.
rnl I M.lOHtll MM Al.
iMwrr rlol for y boys.
l.lmlll numWr of 'D1ns lnnr
vfduai ait. Minn. Hn.ufci It'-. .i-nis-
lu:n. iurvll athi.ll. s"lf.
Inauo on rjii.t. I. n. Palford. A.
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Fouth Tirnmt. Ws.n. Mimm" romp uptus
Juno 18. Writs for Informslloa.
Annie Wright Seminary
Tacoma, Wash.
Thirty-first Year.
An endowed Church School for Girls.
College Preparatory and (iencral
Courses. Certificate admits to Smith,
Wellcsly, Vassar and the leading State
Special advantages in Dotnrstlc
Science, Music and Art.
Adelaide Preston, Principal
opens Its fourth yoar Fopt-mber 14
prepares for V.aatarn -ill.-- an. I
schools. Primary and Intr-rmnllato de
partments. Monlessorl departments lor
little children. Hoys a.-.-i.ted In I'H
mary Iopartmnt !"" Art.
Mneie naa lirasootle V ara, ripen l
visitors durlpr Mimmer at lei .
1-ereatr-lklr Mrp. Portland. Oreaoa.
I'slo Alia. California.
Aa" acerodltsd school pr.parlns to'
ntraneo to the unlversltlee. 1'S lo..Mne.
.njocont to nt.nfnrd fnlv.t.ltv .n to r.
All a town of r.m.rk.l'le ri.Mu'e. "n..-.
SO..IM. a school III. of unu.u.l
and ooportunltlos. Th. r..t t.rm l-s n.
Jutuit j.v 1. For t.talosuo sod spe. ifio
Information, .nitre..
H. A. Hherf.l. Mead Moer.
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21 miles south of San Francisco. Pre
pares for College, General and elective
courses. . Address Secretary, Dept. J,
rare W. T. Ruid. Belmont, California.
Accredited tfl folWrs Ps.t 'en e.l t...inin.r
nd IVpjrtmcnt 1 : 1. .tlt' '
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