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TTIE SUNDAY OREGOXTAX, TORTLAXD, APRILIS, 1915. -
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing; Editor Mln TOTO. A 6098
City Editor Main 7070. A 05
fcunday Editor Main TOTO, A 6003
Advertising Department. .. Main T070. A 05
Olty Circulation Main 70TO. A COM3
Composing-room Main T070, A 6093
triii tins-room Main TOTO. A 8093
superintendent Building. Main 7070. A 609J
HEILIO (Broadway at Taylor) Rock and
.Fulton, in "The Candy Shop." tonlsht at
BAKER (Bioadway and Sixth, between Al
der and Morrison) Italian Grand Opera
Company In "II TroTatore," this afternoon
at 2:13 and "Faint" tonight at 8:15.
HIPPODROME AMUSEMENT COMPANY.
(Fourth and Siark) Moving pictures and
vaudeville. Continuous till ll o'clock.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Va'inhn) Baseball. Portland vs. Venice.
This afternoon at 8.
ORPHEUM (Broadway at Stark) Perform
ance, 2:15 and 8:15 o'clock.
PA NT AGES (Broadway at Alder) Perform
ances 1:30 to 11 P. M.
MARCUS LOEWS EMPRESS (Broadway
and Yamhill; Continuous performances
from l.ao to 11 P. M.
Motion Picture Theaters.
NATIONAL Park, West Park, near Wash.
PEOPLES West Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
fcL'NSET THEATER Broadway and Wash
ington. COLUMBIA THEATER Sixth-and Stark.
Ex - Californiass to Commemorate
Quake. All ex-residents of California
und their friends are invited by the
California Society to help commem
orate the ninth anniversary of the
4San Francisco earthquake and fire next
Wednesday night at the Masonic
Temple at the regular clubroom of the
(-u.il f ornians. A refugee party and
dance is being planned by the com
mittee in charge of which Miss Agnes
K. Welch has been appointed chairman.)
Wany of the members of the society
will come dressed as they were on. the
night of the catastrophe and several
interesting experiences will be related.
Doctors' Offices Ransacked. Offices
of three physicians In the Selling build
ing were broken into early yesterday
morning, presumably by thieves in
search of drugs of which they have
been deprived by the Harrison act for
no drugs were found and nothing was
taken. Desks and doors were forced
in the offices of Dr. Louis Buck on
the eighth floor, Dr. L. H. Howland
on the ninth floor, and Dr. C. A. Pengra
cn the seventh floor. Drs. Howland
and Pengra are osteopaths and no
drugs were found, while Dr. Buck said
that he kept no anaesthetic drugs in
Gresham Commercial Meets Mondat
Night. A mass meeting of the
citizens of Gresham will be held Mon
day night in Regner's Hall to consider
peveral important propositions. O. A
Eaatman, president of the club, issued
the call, which includes members and
citizens of the place. Women and
business men are specially invited to
come out. It is desired to give sup
port to the movement to get the State
Orange to meet in Gresham In 1916.
There Is a movement to locate a
laundry in Gresham, and this matter
will come up at this meeting.
Girl, . 19, Missing. Not met by heV
brother, as she expected. Miss Martha
Kruger, aged 19, who came to Port
land from Spokane on April 7. has
dropped out of sight and the police are
in search of her. Henry Kruger, of
869 East Seventeenth street North, did
not receive the letter telling him to
meet the train until two days after
the train had arrived. The girl speaks
but little English, is blonde, weighs
about. 135 pounds, and was last seen
In a blue dress.
Pacific Jurisdiction Woodmex of the
World Comprises the Nine Pacific
Membership in Oregon, 16.000.
Membership u the City of Portland,
About 7003. I
Reserve fund invested In Munic
ipal, county and school bonds, $7,000,
000. This fund is Increasing at the rate
of $700,000 annually.- There is invested
in the State of Oregon. $1,399,800.78.
The society has paid the widows and
orphans in the State of Oregon., $3,
012.887.50 and the 152 camps in the Mate
have distributed large sums in benevo
lent and social work. The ten camps in
the City of Portland own property
worth approximately $200,000. Any
good, white, male citizen, over the
age of 18, years and under the age of
CO years who is able to pass a rigid
medical examination and Is of good
moral character, is eligible to' Join, the
society. If you want insurance, join
the Woodmen of the World. If you
want fraternity. Join the Woodmen of
the World. If you want to meet the
best people on earth, join the Wood
men of the World. Further informa
tion will be supplied by addressing 13.
P. Martin, deputy head consul, at his
headquarters in the Northwestern. Bank
Shoplifting Trial Is On Mondat.
The trial of C. S. Barnum and Mrs.
Barnum on a charge of larceny will be
held Monday, the case being set over
until that date yesterday. They are
accused of taking a pair of shoes from
the Philadelphia Shoe Store, packages
from the Postoffice and of other shop
lifting exploits. The detectives say
they have found some stolen goods at
their home at 631 Thurman.
Monet Raised for Brookltn Clean
Up. At the meeting of the Mothers'
and Teachers' Club Friday afternoon in
the Brooklyn School, money was sub
scribed to pay boys for removing tin
vans and debris from vacant lots in the
Brooklyn district. Mrs. Mary Barlow
Wllkins was invited to present in the
Brooklyn. School "The Evolution of the
Flag." Mrs. Wilkins will report her
decision within a few days.
A. Heiman Not Herman Is Name.
Through typographical error the name
of A. Heiman. proprietor of Portno
mah Dairy appeared In milk scores
issued by the milk Inspection division
of the City Health Bureau yesterday
1 as A. Herman. In the list of dealers
in pasteurized milk rating between 90
and 100 per cent the name of the Haw
thorne Creamery Company was omitted
I by mistake.
Auto Hits Wagon; Horse Killed.
An express wagon driven by H. Israel,
of 683 Second street, was struck by an
automobile at First and Caruthers
streets yesterday morning. Israel's
horse sustained & broken leg and wa
Rhot by humane officers. The automo
) bile was No. 13809, which is listed as
the property of P. Elliott, of 28 North
Peninsula Entertainment Mondat.
Mrs. Lora C. Little and E. E. Buster
will appear in a free entertainment at
the Peninsula Theater. Monday night at
8 o'clock. Mr. Buster will present a
programme of wit and humor, and Mrs.
Little an illustrated lecture on "Vacci
nation." Rabbi Wise to Lead Class. The
Bible study circle will hold its last
meeting of the year at the Central
Library at 3 o'clock on Tuesday. Rabbi
Wise will lead the class. All men and
women are welcome.
Salvation Armt Benefit May 28.
The seventh annual concert for the
benefit of the Salvation Army Rescue
Home will be given May 28 by Miss
Mary Scully in. the Masonic Temple.
Opportunity for dentist with es.
tablished first-class physician; splendid
light, well-known building, eentral
location; moderate rental AM 708,
Oregon ian. Adv.
Doctor's Offices to let in downtown
building, central location; moderate
rental. AL 708 Oregonian. Adv.
Woostkr sells everything. 488 Wash
ington st. Adv.
Country Slabwood. good as cordwood.
Main 65. A 1665. Adv.
Dr. W. A. Wise has returned from
Bar View. Adv.
Lents School to. Get Lunch Equip
ments. Lents school will be provided
with lunch equipments at once in the
basement. Superintendent Alderman, ac
companied by Clerk Thomas and Archi
tect Naramore, visited the school
Wednesday and arranged for the in
stallation of the equipments. These will
be placed in the basement, and will
include a long room; range, tables and
benches and other facilities. -Lunch
has been served from the domestic
science building outside the main
schoolhouse. and between 160 and 200
have been served. In the basement
there will be facilities to serve about
T. M. C. A. Meeting Postponed.
There will be no 3:15 o'clock meeting
at the Y. M. C. A. today because of
the sessions of the Portland Bible Con
ference in the White Temple, but
Tuesday noon. Dr. A. C. Gaebelein, of
New York, the conference speaker, will
start a series of addresses for men in
the Y. M. C. A. His first subject will
be "The Egyptian Slave"; Wednesday,
"That Other Young Man"; Thursday,
"The Door," and Friday, "The First
Gospel Events and the Last Imita
tion." Two Weeks Married Is Enough.
Two weeks was enough married life
for Harry B. Lewis, who was married
on April 2. Yesterday he sued Glaphia
MA V DAY QUEEST PICKED FOR
NORMAL. SCHOOL EX
ERCISES. Mlaw A. Beatrice Cssaesy.
MONMOUTH, Or., April 17.
(Special.) Miss A. Beatrice Cha
neay. of Riverton, Or., a 1912
graduate of Bandon High School,
has been chosen queen for the
May day Normal School exercises
on the campus May 1. She has
been a teacher of rural schools
in Coos and Benton Counties and
will be graduated from the Ore
gon Normal in June.
The Maids of Honor are: Merle
Stearrus, Orris Steinberg, Florence
Fieldhouse, Jeane Anderson,
Gladys Pearson, Helen Hall, Ruby
Rasmussen and Aileen Longabau.
A. Lewis for divorce, alleging that
she had treated him cruelly, and that
he did not really want to get married
In the nrst place. In the complaint
filed in County Clerk Coffey s office
yesterday, Lewis says his wife's rela
tives were responsible for the mar
Reed Vesper Services to Have Spe
cial Music. The Reed College vesper
service this afternoon at 4 o clock will
be given over to special music by. the
chorus. Two anthem selections will be
rendered.' Gounod's "Sanctus" and
Maunder's "Praise the Lord." In Reed
extension course 12, natural science.
Dr. H. B. Torrey will give the 64th
lecture, entitled "The Behavior of the
Lower Organisms," Monday at 3 o'clock.
in the biological lecture room of the
Alkali Saves Wood. A new process
of preserving wood products is being
Introduced among the lumber manufac
turers of Portland by Charles H. Curtis.
of Argos, Ind. The process consists of
a solution of alkali silicate which is
Injected into the wood either by the
open tank or pressure methods now
employed for such purposes. It is said
that wood thus treated is Impervious
to the ravages of the toredo and wood.
Mrs. Laura M. Martinson's Funeral
Held. The funeral of Mrs. Laura M.
Martinson, who died Thursday, was
conducted yesterday afternoon from F.
S. Dunning's chapel, 414 East Alder
street. Interment was made in the
Rose City Cemetery. Mrs. Martinson
was the wife -of M. Martinson, and
mother of Helen Fay Martinson; daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Washburn, of
Pisgah Home Short of Provisions.
The Pisgah Home is short of provisions
since the closing of a cafeteria, which
previously had furnished food to the
Inmates, according to Mrs. Hattie B.
Lawrence, manager of the home. Mrs.
Lawrence said she could not now secure
enough food for all the inmates, and
could find no work for the men who
are able to do It.
C. W. Hankin Is Dying. Ed Rankin
yesterday received a letter from John
A. Reily, medical superintendent of the
Southern California State Hospital
which is intended for some other resi
dent of Portland by the name of Ed
Rankin. The letter which has been
turned over to Mayor Albee says that
C. W. Rankin Is dying in the hospital.
Fire Marshal Stevens to Speak.
Fire Marshal Stevens, who recently re
turned -from an inspection trip in the
East will be the speaker before the
Current Events Club today at 12 M. in
tne Westminster Presbyterian Church,
immediately following the sermon. Mr.
Stevens will tell what he saw in the
way of fire protection in the East.
Nebraskans to Elect. The Ne
braska Society will meet at the Cen
tral Library building, tomorrow night.
"Social hour" and election of officers
will be the features of this meeting.
All members of the society are urged to
attend, that the election may be held
and officers installed for the ensuing
Western Union Day Letter. New
York, April 16, 1915. J. M. Dixon, Grand
recoraer Ancient uraer united Work
men, Portland, Or. Valuation reports
for department go forward today show
ing by National fraternal congress
table 108 per cent of solvency. Con
gratulations. Miles M. Dawson. Adv.
Ordination and Installation Set for
Today. Charles C. Cochran will be
ordained as an elder of the West
minster Presbyterian Church and L E.
Kern, O. W. Davidson and J. C. Streng
are to be installed as elders of this
church this morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Building Inspector Back. Building
Inspector Plummer returned yesterday
from Seattle, where he went several
days ago to see tests made On rein
forced concrete flooring and the .use of
plaster board as used there in Are
Kalsominb your room. 40c; paint floor,
85c; house with diamond pure paint,
$1.65 gal.; paint and varnish auto, . 75c.
Portland Paint Co., 230 Front. Mar. 100.
Doctor. If you wish a licensed ex
perienced physician to care for your
practice while away on your vacation
communicate with N 758, Oregonian
To Let. For business purposes, store,
1875 square feet, central location, mod
erate rental. AK 710, Oregonian. Adv.
Oriental Rugs, -wash-cleaned and
repaired. Cartozian Bros. M. 3433. Adv.
Shipherd's Hot Springs. A good
time to go. E. L. Shipherd. mgr. Adv.
Patrolman Is Dismissed. Because of
his having left the city without leave,
Slg Myers, a police patrolman was dis
missed from the service yesterday by
Mayor Albee. Officer Myers failed to
report for work early in February on
account of sickness. On February 26
he is reported to have left the city.
The charge upon which he was dis
missed is "absence from duty without
leave." . r-
Sons of Veterans to Meet. All
Sons of Veterans of the Civil War are
requested to meet -a.t the Grand Army
of the Republic Hall in the Courthouse
building tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.
Extensive arrangements are to be made
for Decoration day. It is hoped to have
this meeting well attended.
Gladsheim Sanitarium, Dr. E. K. Dear
born, 800 Union ave. North. Phones:
C 1108. Woodln 1365. Adv.
Marks' $2.50 Shoes, 243 Wash. Adv.
MACCABEES END WORK
STATE CONVENTION CLOSED WITH
Memorial for Departed Members Is
Bis Future of Session Flower
Fund March Given.
Winding up what the members
termed the most harmonious and suc
cessful convention ever held, the Ladies
of Maccabees of the World held their
closing exercises Friday at the Mult
The moring session was devoted to
the reports of committees and answer
ing the questions in the question box
by the supreme commander.
The afternoon session began at -
The opening- of the review with
guard was by Queen Hive No. 5, of
Salem. The short-form initiation fol
lowed by a picked team. The flower
fund march was given by Portland
Hive, No. 7. followed by reports of the
resolution committee and the commit
tee on necrology.
The memorial and the draping of the
charter for members who have died in
the past four veals was given by Queen
Hive, No. 5. The ceremonies were per
formed for Past Supreme Commander
Lillian M. Hollister, Past State Com
mander Alice Forges and for d other
members who have passed away.
The introduction of Portland com
mittees followed the ceremony.
Dr. Ella J. Fifleld, supreme medical
examiner, awarded the prizes to the
hives that had the largest delegations
and the largest classes at the conven
tion.' The first prize for the largest
delegation was awarded to Salem Hive,
No. 5. Class prizes were awarded to
the Salem Hive, to Fidelity Hive, No.
13. from Donald. Or.; to Portland Hive.
No. 7, and to Golden Rule Hive, No. 17.
The convention closed with the retu
alistic ceremonies and prayer.
MAYOR OF 1878 IS VISITOR
W. S. Newbury Finds Wheels of Gov
ernment Moving: Smoothly.
The operation of Portland's present
municipal government was viewed Fri
day by W. S. Newbury, who headed
the government as Mayor of Portland,
37 years ago. Mr. Newbury recently re
turned to Portland to live, after having
resided in Eastern Oregon since 1900.
"I Just came around to see how you
do it now-a-days," announced Mr. New-r
bury to members of the City Council
yesterday. "Looks like you get along
just as well with 270,000 to govern as
we did back in the old days when there
Was a population of only 28.000." Mr.
Newbury was Mayor of Portland from
1878 to the end of 1879.
TWENTY YIELD TO PAVING
Washington-Street Property Owners
A number of property-owners on
Washington street, between Twentieth
street and West Park, who were
opposted to the resurfacing of the
pavement in the street at their cost,
have withdrawn their objections and
the work is to start about May 1. The
pavement now is full of holes.
Property-owners at first proposed to
remonstrate agafnst the improvement.
The remonstrance period expires on
April 27. After considering the fact
that the street would have to continue
In its present bad condition, the owners
have withdrawn their objections.
RAT CUTS IN FIRE CABLE
Thirsty Rodent Puts Part of Fire
Bureau Out of Service.
A thirsty rat put part of Portland's
fire bureau out of service temporarily
Friday when he gnawed through one
of the heavy lead underground cables
of the fire alarm telegraph service, and
short circuited a number of alarm boxes
along Stark street and other parts of
the West Side.
The rat got into one of the cable
ducts in Stark street, and probably in
an effort to get away gnawed through
the heavy lead coating of the cable and
M'MINNVILLE O.CEEN OF MAY 4
IS DAUGHTER OF COL-
' Mlsa Dale Coahow.
M'MINNVILLE, Or., April 17.
(Special.) Miss Dale Coshow,
elected queen of May for the an
nual May festivities to be pro-
duced by McMinnville College, of t
which she has been a student ?
for three years, is a daughter of J
State Senator, Oliver P. Coshow,
Formerly Yamhill County was
their home. Senator Coshow hav
ing been in the practice of law
here in the '90s and is a trustee
of the college which will honor
his daughter on May day as the
queen. Mrs. Coshow, of Rose
burg, mother of Miss Dale Co
show, Is a sister of State Treas
t in mmmm0m
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Say, Young Man
Jane Wedding Marches will soon be
playing. So don't you think it about
time to hurry around to our store
and see about that diamond ring?
YOU KNOW OUR SPECIAL
has become very popular as in en
Of course if you want something
larger we have them up to $1500.
We give special attention to re
setting diamonds, and carry a com
plete stock of platinum and gold
mountings. We have an expert dia
Home of tne Quality Diamonds,
266 Morrison Street, Between Third
$325 Brewster Upright
for $ SO
$375 Davis & Son Up
$450 Mendenhall Up- '
. right $220
Will be sold to first callers.
109 Fourth St.
on Diamonds "
Separate Department for I.adl-s.
3S0-320 Lumber Eicsiite Bids-
Second and Stark St.
then into the insulation on the wires.
This is the second occurrence of this
kind, a rat having put a big part of the
West Side alarm service out of commis
sion several years ago by the same tac
tics. That the rat was after water Is
concluded from the fact that tbey often
gnaw through lead pipes in houses for
TAB CUTS CAR FARE FIFTH
Xow System Brings Results in Pub
lic Works Department.
By adopting a. system of keeping
tab on the number of streetcar tickets
used by employes in the Municipal De
partment of Public Works under Com
missioner Dieck, the carfare cost of the
department has been cut 20 per cent,
according to a report prepared by Com
missioner Dieck yesterday for the in
formation of Commissioner Bigelow.
Mr. Bigelow sent a letter to Mr. Dieck
in which he said that he had heard that
the Public Works Department streetcar
ticket expense had increased materially
and that he had heard that employes
were giving tickets to outsiders. Air.
Dieck's report shows that his depart
ment has absolute tab on every ear
ticket issued. He recommends that the
same system be employed, in other de
partments to curb the misappropriation
CAMP SITES L00KEQ OVER
Adjutant-General White and Party
Seek Location for Troops.
With a view to deciding upon eome
suitable place for the annual instruc
tion camp of the Oregon National
Guard, a party of officers, under, the
leadership of Adjutant-General White,
made a trip to Gearhart Friday.
Other points along the beach north of
Gearhart were also visited.
"Nothing definite relative to the site
for the camp has yet been decided up
on," said General White on his return,
"and before a decision is reached, it is
probable that a number of other places
along the coast will be visited."
Included in the party were: Adjutant-General
White, Colonel C. C. Mc
Laughlin, Major L H. Knapp. Captain
W. F. Daugherty and Lieutenant Will
iams, of the United States Army.
ARE YOU WELL DRESSED?
Get one of those fine suits made to
your measure for $10 down and $5 per
month. Unique Tailoring Co., 309 Stark,
between 6th and 6th. Adv.
CUT DOWN EXPENSES.
' Two people can live at the Sargent
Hotel, Grand ave. and Hawthorne, for
$50 per month. Adv.
Idaho Fruit Barely Escapes.
NAM PA, Idaho, April 17. (Special.)
The fruit that was. in bloom this
week, which is practically all the
FRESH PASTRY MORNING AND EVENING.
Cozy Dairy Lunch
323 Washington St, near 6th.
High quality of foods at a very low price.
Special Breakfasts; also 35c Chicken Dinner today.
The Co-operative Tire
Goodyear attained the top place in the tire
field by building co-operative tires.
We have given you every saving you have
helped us make and more beside.
The more you bought the better we built
them, and the lower we sold them to you.
Note that in two years we jnade three big
price reductions. The last on February 1st
brought the total to 45 per cent.
Yet in those two years we made expensive
improvements two of them very expensive.
And not in one iota has the tire been skimped.
Note that every hidden extra is retained.
Our Fortified Tire is still "On-Air" cured to
save blowouts. Yet that one extra used by
no one else; costs us $450,000 yearly.
It still has our exclusive
No-Rim-Cut feature. It has
in each base 126 braided
piano wires to make the
tire secure. It has hun
dreds of rubber rivets,
pfrsed before vulcaniza
tion, to combat loose treads.
Our All-Weather tread
is still double-thick; thicker
Belmont Garage, 754 E. Morrison St.
R. E. Blodgett, 29 N. 14th St.
Benjamin E. Boone & Co., 514 Alder.
Boulevard Garage. 4 2d and Sandy Blvd.
Braley Auto Co., 31 N. 19th St.
Fred H. Brown, 500 Williams Ave.
Edwards Tire Shop, 333 Ankeny St, Portland, Or.
General Autos Co., 523 Alder St.
Floyd Halliday, 429 Belmont.
C. F. Heick, 993 Belmont St.
Irvington Gar. & Auto Co., E. 14th and Broadway.
F. 1. Keenan Co., 190 4th St. .
Motorcycle & Supply Co, 209 4th St.
larger varieties, was almost frosted
Wednesday night when the temperature
was within two degrees of the frost
point. The season opened early and
warm and for three weeks the blooms
havetieen on various trees in turn and
considerable anxiety for a full fruit
crop was entertained. The great part
of the danger season la. over and from
weather reports the prospect Is fair.
DRAMA CLUB PLANS PLAY
St. Lawrence Parlsli Cast Is to Con
tinue Xearly Same.
Members of the St. Lawrence Dra
matic Society are planning to follow
up their recent success In "The Toast
master" with the presentation of
"Hello Bill!" or "The Other General
Fuller," at the St. Lawrence Parish
Hall. With few exceptions the cast
will be the same as that in the "Toast
master." which won many requests for
repetition In parishes of the city.
"Hello Bill!" will be under the direc
tion of Ralston J. Clary and will be
presented about the third week In May,
the exact date yet to be determined.
Three' Doctors Desks Entered.
The desks of three physicians in the
Selling building were broken open
Friday by a thief, who ootalned only
40 cents. Valuable papers and instru
ments were discarded by the thief. The
physicians are debating whether the
burglary was the work of a drug-user
in search of an opiate, or was done by
some person with a mania for breaking
into desks. The physicians were: Dr.
Louis Buck, Dr. C. A. Pengra and Dr.
L. H. Howland. The money was taken
from Dr. Howland's desk.
Sheridan to Celebrate July 4.
Sheridan is making extensive prep
arations to celebrate July 4 with a pro
gramme that will be sure to please all
who attend. Concession people write
K. M. McGann. Sheridan, Or. Adv.
Linn Minister Will Lecture.
ALBANY. Or., April 17. (Special.)
than ever in some sizes. It still has those
' sharp, tough, resistless grips.
Those extras all exclusive to Goodyear
are all retained, despite our price redactions.
Stffl That $100,000
And we still spend on experts on labora
tory work $100,000 yearly. That is to test
tires built in different ways, to learn how to
build them better. And every improvement
we discover is adopted regardless of cost.
Years ago these extias compelled a price
one-fifth more than others. Yet men flocked
to these tires by the hundreds of thousands.
Goodyear became as it is today the
world's largest-selling tire.
A's this multiplied otrtpnt brought our cost
down, your cost came down too. Last year
we built about one tire for every car in use.
This year you get in Goodyears a value never
before known in tires.
Rim-Cut by our No-Rlm-Cot feature.
Fortified ' Loo. Traad, by mmvy robber rrmtm.
a..i M Mil, hr lTi hr,lr1ri1 ninT1
I a i .LLUi.. tw Mir rlanhlm.
thick AU-Weatber tread.
Service Stations Tires in Stock
Multnomah Garage ft Auto Co-, 254 6th St.
Nob Hill Garage, 704 Kearney St.
Northwest Auto Co, Broadway and Couch.
Oregon M. C. Co, Chapman and Alder Sts.
Oregon Sales, 434 Alder.
Oregon Vulc Co, 550 Wash. St.
Oxman Faull Auto Co, 1100 Union Ave. X.
Paquet Garage, E. 8th and Hawthorne.
Redman Auto Co, 1130 Albina Ave.
Rose City Park Garage, 52d and Sandy Blvd. '
John A. Walters Co, 335 Ankeney St.
Western Hdwe. & Auto Sup. Co, 56 Broadway.
Winton M. C. Co, 23d and Wash. St.
JT .V "r V ns as! 1
BAR VIEW UOTEL W. A. WISli PROP. TENTING GROUNDS.
NOW OPEN lOH THE SEASON AT BAR VIEW. OREGON.
Under management of Dr. W. A. Wie. Comfortable rooms, excellent table, a oeluctitfm
resort, fcurf bathing, hunting, fishing, etc. Weekly rates reduced -5 per cent until July 1.
For particulars, call or phone WISE UEXTAL CO.. ail 1-allliiB bids. A or M. OS. lit.
Wlw will do dental work at hotel by appointment.
A Linn County -minister. Rev. Robert
Sutcliffe, of Lebanon, has secured a
position aa a Chautauqua lecturer on
the Ellison-White circuit. He is pastor
of the First Methodist Church, of Leba.
non and has resigned his pastorate to
take up this work.
BUYING CHANCE THAT MAY
NEVER COME TO YOU AGAIN.
Our New Watch Club Plan offers
you privileges and inducements for
buying a high-grade watch conven
iently that are exceptional.
A Small Payment Down and as
low as per week will put a first
class watch in your pocket.
WE MAKE A SI'ttlALTV OF.
Our new watch club Includes all of
their high-grade railroad specials.
YOU PAV NOTHING FOB THE
of buying watches on the convenient
Special Attention Given to Kali,
road Watches of all kinds, which in
clude such makes as Klgin, Wal
tham. Hamilton, Howard. Gruen,
Our First Club is fast filling up,
so hurry along.
Write for Catalogue.
THE LARGE WATCH HOUSE,
-HH MorrtMon Street.
Between Third and Fourth.
Join in this co-operation.
Ally yourself with the
largest maker, and the one
who serves yon best
Thus you will help to make
Goodyear tires better and
cheaper stilL Any dealer
will supply you. razs
How to Keep
with your regular cus
tomers and save postage
is one of the interesting
problems our Service
Man can solve for you.
Phone for him!
It's applicable to any
Fifth and Oak Sts.
"Everything for the Office
Architects and Engineers' In
struments and Supplies.
Fifth and Oak Sts.