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TUT SUNDAY 01.EG0XIA3S", rORTLAIYD, rEBRUATlY G. 191G.
COUNTY TAX ROLLS
Multnomah Assessment Rec
ord for 1853 Is Only One
, fid Yet Accounted For.
With other purchases of
Crystal White Soap
8 Bars for 25c
With 25c Purchase, one order to customer.
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CPLS UP NOSTRILS
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1916 POSTER IS OUT
Fred C. Cooper, Oregon Artist,
Offers Festival Design.
HIGHWAY VIEW INCLUDED
Mfrrti'.rs ILailway MlWn
.allM-rB( I'Ufn l:rrjlcT
.r lo U rUcardnl With
AnmiMTlnrl. ( Mww.
Vat tt .oo4 ltn ld . Cooper,
.a i;oa br. an4 row l.mou
MUC a.lvrllic p.l!il. b
4imixI la Kom rct.l po(r.
Vir. i"oopf' oiii r.rrt. a
Ur of ta Culuratna liir lusbr.
A Kirt b't l ' bltn lag vh.il
rw' aaj In 1 " a, o, "lor Toa a llo.
la l'oriUD4 Ur." I. lb funnaT r.
rorn (r th nor I J to iit l'ortlant
Jus 1. aal . Irtlrlpai. la tn an
aa,l ft.l 4 ila lb crowd La ttic
N.tiun.l d.dl.alion of th ro4
war Ibrousa lb or of lb Co
It w a rmrkabl roinclHrnr tbat
broucbt tti lH po.i-r d'-'sn to lb
f.tlt. J. I. ioupr, Q orrsoa plo-
a.r. rw r.ld.n at ! Mint tll
rota -T Wbvl Wvrld Know lb
I'ort.anrf l:a. tbrbr wlonlnc lb
Btav-r- -.u-iaa rwir4.
Wkil la th Norlbw-irn National
H-ank. whr b went to mt Kmrry
Um.t t. prU-nl of Ik K.atlvai lat
ar. Mr. t'oopr mrntoB4 Ibal bl
ma. r4 Coopr. w a lb d-plcnr
ot lit T&rlltjr Aliandr polr lanp
u.4 by th bank for advrrtlxlnff pur
T fc ustIon waa tbra mad lo
Mr. C"pr lo aa't bl n donate
ptr lo tuvwrporatt tb father's lo
can. A nal a Bt lo YounaT
oopr and b rtlld that h would
b a:4 lo mak th donation and lb
po.tr r wa -"Iv-.l la I day. It wa
a ;rapl dicn. f.aturtnc lb alocan.
a rio roa with a (olid crajr back
cro'4n4 and waa roncd4 lb moat at
IrarttT da.ln r ud to adrtl
Mr. i vwp r wa br from Nw York
iaat Mar an4 wa lakan or th hlsb
war tr U-d W". Wrliovli. pubhclir
rnanacr of ( fla.tA. Mr. rovpar al
Ibal llm aal4 th hisbway would
proa Or-on a rt.l adrtlinc
'.a.l and It wa nt auccallon wb'B
ha o.'fr-4 lh poatrr dlB for th
ll show thai th blcbaaj- b lo
dud4 la lb draw Inc.
.mrtkat tw -1111 Har.
Purine th paat Wlntar Mr. Coopar
baa pa.a IKini al HoHjrwood. Cat,
hut r.lorn lo Xw York b war of
l or land la Aprl!. J j.t b.for hi do-
rartur from lh rltr laat Mar. Mr.
i'oCHr a4 Ika fa.tltal waa aa
r.:l. ot m.nur la whKh lo cait attB
lloa la l'ortia4 a lh Roa tltr aarb
iliar bb4 of!rd to ( tb lli
ral weak aao Mr. MrOowall
wrwt la Mr. laapar with lh raaolt
that k ha k-pl hi promu aa4 lb
lea, iu4 al toor lhaa
II tna.or. tr.ldBt of th ll(
Ta p. . r ur, a pap.r aa aa in
- ara aralaful la Mr. f'oopar for
ramambarifta lh fto Ka.liaal thla
.ar aa4 !" u. u. h a woadarful
pvat.r. 14 r.iJcl tnaodor.
Laaarra fraaa oaarau
M'. pr' work." b ronlln4.
T la M( pubU.alioaa of lb ta.t
rul X dl; Waal ha mad bim wall
kaowa eaar Ik. rountr la lat.at fear
tvj II I. pl.rf4td a4rllatraT for I'orl
laaM aal lha ratlat lo hata a Mplar
(.. I bi a ra cf M. 'owp-r rp
na'iaa "lh d.ala wa apt4 BtvaBiaaaa
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jFrvrcfarcJe 5. Cooper:
Ir and lh KaatUal board will arnd Mr.
I'oopar aome laattmonlal loon In orda
that ha mar know juat how hla friend
blD for hla old hum Plata and tn
lloa. Ka.tlval I apra. Ut-d br lh men
It.poiuiM. for Ihia aar a crlrbralion.
"Tha artl.t ha proJuTj a nuttniri
cant rkw of th hiehwav on hl poat
rr." Mid Mr. Jaaa-r. -WHh th poat
r bancinat In railroad tirkrt o((lr
er lh countrr lb JV.tival and the
hichwar will rrralvr exirlSanl puh-lu-lir.
Mr. Coopar deaarve lha thank
of lh anllr rltr and th atat for hi
praonl lnl-rt In lh KeaUral th
lat two year.-
Th pnalrr will bo rrr lha prr
within lh nail 14 day and th naw
drum alao wl'l appaar n lha office
ttatloncrr of lh r'ratlral. a wall a
on menu card and utrcalrar advarlla
PAVING REPORT IS SET
KM. I .: TO AOl XCK RKNl'l.T
or t:aTIG Tlo-.
Waaraaealallaea of C'oaapaalaw '. ar-lrd
A Head Meotlaw leda4ar
aad Debal la l.lkrly.
A commit! of three promlnrnt an-
Inaara from the Tortland Aao-latlon
of th American Sorlatr of Clrll Kn
rlnaere baa bcn maklnar an exhauilive
InvrdlaTatlon of the Initial mat and
maintenance expanse of lh four kind
of hard-urfr pavement laid In
uuiinoman io.dit aurins; ine year
lti. and will mak a proarrea rrport
of their Inrvatlcatlons at a meettnc lo
b hid at lb Chamber of Commerce
Wedneeday. Kltullthlc. wood block.
brick and concrete pavlntT ar the sub-
Jarl of iBvestltTBtlon.
The merlin will be public and all In
tereated are Inrlted to hear the report
and lha dlcualon followlna. ICeure
santatlrea of companl dealins; In th
four kind of parlnc will bo Invited
lo bear th rPort and will ba allowed
Is enter lb dlacusaloa followlns; the
report. The member of tha Inveaft-
TaltBs; committee) ara F. B. McNausrh-
ton. M. ti. Raed and n. ri tubblef leld.
It la understood that men rvpreseol-
Ina conlrarllnc firm will b prsnt
from Saw York. Boston. Kan Francisco
and tteattl. and th Indication Is that
there wi'.l b a lively debate.
The report Wedneadar nlsrht will be
of actual coal, lha distribution ef each
Item balrtaT rlearlv stated. The expanse
of maintenance will be handled In a
'mclln Se-hool to Itcopa-n.
i"Itsri.ir. Or. Keb. S. !pclal.)
Th public a-hoot bar cloaed Wednes
day Boon bacau-o of a flooded basa
ni.nl. bvhool will resume Monday. At
tendance baa been itood In si ll of the
Inrlemeot weather. Uncoln birthday
will l observed raaxt r'rltlay with an
propria! xarcisea Th fir and drum
orpa of i lha IVttit Cirov and Hills
bora IS. A IL post, will l. rreaant and
.furotsa martial music for lb occajIoji.
WA BUBBLER WINS WAY
Cafeteria Drinking Fountain
PORTLAND IS FIRST USER
Icanly. Sanitary Conrcn
I I'ar I'rom Fore-
runner, Kloulnic Arlriln
Writ, rrftlo of Toxvn.
Klovin- drlnkinit fountains In cafe
terias and quirk-lunch restaurants are
di.imctiva lo I'ortland. They are
aomethlnar new. Also they are. abore
all. sanitary and convenient, aa well
a ornala and useful. Such a lonar
felt want do they fill that within the
next year or so Ihey may be the rule
rather than tha exception In the lance
cafe of the Nation. unle- prophecy
ahouid count for nausrht.
This novel contrivance is nothlnar
more than the primitive town pump
and hnrae trouch raised to the n-th
power, llark back to the lime when
the average business man or man of
affairs or trade was a boy In the vil
lage or on the farm, with a trip no
ami then to town.
There stood the old town pump, and
there a trough to catoh the waste
water from the well. ome years later
this old method of sucking- up the "nee
tar of the Rods." cool and refreshing to
lha narched thirst, nave way to the
artesian, running well. In many places,
It was made the pride of tbe town.
So much so that the municipal council
annrnnrlated money to Clve It a toucn
of beauty by some attractive piece of
art. all dedicated wun ureal eciai, ana
heralded by Jbe local and outside press
with noisy "'fanfare. What assocl
lions! Pause and live over that occa
sion of moment and pith to the then
5aallarr al Overlooked-
But never once did It occur, either
lo the municipal neaun oeparcmeni.
town doctor, or the people, that the
thin- was hlKhly sanitary, because as
the water flowed It cleansed the nozxle
from which the thirsty man or peasi
quaffed. It was simply a composite
of utility and beauty set up for con
venience. Those were the days when
(terms were undiscovered for the most
part, or. If talked or. were connneu to
the doctnrlns; profession, ana even
those old boys In "them days" had their
doubts aa to the real existence ana
destructlveness of the nigmaiuting
Since then, nowever. evolution oaa
been equally as marked In sanitation as
In convenience and beauty. In fact. I
it not a lone cry from the old public
pump with It wooden trough, either
hawed from a loc or mnae wun Doaras.
to the ornate, fancy flowing fountain,
scattered about the city to relive thirst
and also replenish the motor radiator
of the up-to-date man of affairs? But
It la rather a stretch to inu eventra
tion of this contrivance In the active
cafeteria and lunchroom, whereby men
and women who have certain hours of
lh dar In their mad" haste to eat a
hurried snack, stop by the fountain on
ih.ir war out and wash meir looa
down by the flowing- water, water that
Is even thrown up into meir mourns.
And after they i.ave taaen in tne
cool, rry.tal draucht. they, may or
may not be rlnomi or ine aDsoiuie
aanltatlon of the apout from which
hey drank. It Is Kermlca. for th
con.tant flow washes away any
III! that minht have bean thrown
off br tn drinker. . The little atoms
of disease are conveyed Into the sewer.
f.laaa Habit (iaac.
Many nils tne old-time drlnklng
Class thst Is set before them In the
commcniilac extlna-house. It Is rone
the Umbo of unuaed tntntr. wltn
t germ breeding- and spreading mis-
While the modern little fountain for
w' - lin la" ,,urr
Is the excuse, may
I r -r
Groceries Men's, Boys' and Gents' Furnishings
S?-i . Children's Regular $2.50 Wool
15c Catsup, bottle of bnirtS J1.0U
sardines, box 4 Q fj f Q Regular $3.75 Blue
OULj wool shirts $2.25
Laundry Soap, bar 3r t 3 , 3 Regular $3.00 Blue
25c soap Lake Soap 15 7tlldtV Zl 'a Flannel' Shirts. .$2.00
plete stock a new line of men s ana .
boys' Shoes, which we offer at spe- Regular $2.00-$2.50
Women's Rubbers, ' ciai low prices. v Sweaters 85t
50' 60t Rubbers, Gaiters Rr..75
Ueaw.eIx.raax.A Poinfc L25 Men's Rubbers.' 75
naraWare, lainiS 85c Ladies' Rubbers a50f-(50i , t, ,
$15 Axes 70 75c Overgaiters, pair 1.25 S Rubbers, 75J
Splitting: Wedges of all kinds, per '
75c Roasters '.'"'.25t Dry Goods Cigars, Tobacco
1 20 gal. Inside Enamel, all colors, . $2.50 Box Cigars 90
per jrallon .$1.00 Fleisher's Yarns, 2 skeins. .. .15 $3.50 Box Cigars $1.15
$3.50K Chinamel Stain, all colors, Reg. 35c Turkish Towels 20 50c Spear Head 40
per gallon $1.85 $1.50 Bedspreads 85 Regular 10c package Smoking To-
60c Floor Wax 15 15c Outing Flannel 9 bacco, 4 for 25
We carry a large line of Dry Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes, Ladies' and
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hardware, Paints, Cigars, Tobacco, Groceries and can
certainly SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY.
Simon's Salvage Store
The Store That Saves You Money on All Your Purchases
J. SIMON & BR0., Props. 131-133 FIRST ST., NEAR ALDER
not for some time work its way Into
the more pretentious and fashionable
cafes and Uinlnst-halln, it has already
Kotten its foot Into the door, and must
by reason of Us sanitary persistence
gradually work its body through and
finally become a fixture.
It lias to overcome the stae where
Its use Is undignified. So accustomed
is the average mortal to the old "set
up." frlass, plate, knife and fork, that
this new thing; must strugclo up to
that dignity and rank where it will
appeal to the sticklers of good form
All hall the advent of this fell elim
inator of the pestful perm! Like the
salutatory of the new paper just come
to town. "It has come to stay." Port
land first discovered lis use, and has,
thereby, biased the trail for Its exten
rlon and expansion over the globe.
It Is. perhaps, one of the things, be
cause ot Its sanitation, that lias helped
lo make Portland the healthiest city in
the t'nited States, and even in the
LIQUOR SELLER SENTENCED
Thomas I'agan Convicted lu Munici
pal Court Sent to Jail for 60 Days.
Vendor r illicit refreshment will be
Interested In the fate of Thomas Fa
nn. who violated the prohibition la
l.v retailing alcohol. Yesterday morn
insr be was convicted in Municipal Cour
and sentenced to 60 days' Imprison
Vac-an has been watched by Patrol
men Schulpniu and Nelson. Thurs
He., fh.v neoviried M. A. Dillev With
marked dollar. The purchase of liquor
from Fagan was readily accomplice
Hla arrest followed.
ii i. hellevad that the truffle in al
cohol conducted by Kagan had assumed
considerable proportions Deiore aeiec
tion. Ills price was 1 for null a pin
GRADUATES DINNER GUESTS
Late Cla of Llewellyn School Are
Mr. and Mrs. Carver entertained the
graduating- class of Llewellyn Sscnooi
nd the teacner al meir noinc. o.
Maiden aveniiav Thursday, at dinner.
PORTLAND GETS NEW
The Ros-N'-Bury Co. Buys Out Gold
Bond Tailors Takes Lease at
112 Sixth Street.
MANAGER PAYS PORTLAND
The Rose-N-Bury Co. is the name of
new Portland firm. This concern
has opened a fine, beautiful tailoring
hop for men at lis ixm sireei.. on
"Before locating here, said tne man-
in til? west. I sluaiea conamono num
every angle, and our final decision to
locate here shows our coniiueuco m
Portland. We believe this cuy is on
the eve of extraordinary good times.
Everything points that way.
"We took over the stock, files and
record of The Gold Bona uo., iormer
y at 171 Washington street, that we
might have a hsi oi f
men who wear tailor-made clothes. To
hia atock we have added a fine line
of domestic and Importea wooiens. i
have associated wun me an expert
body of cutters and tailors, and I feel
that Portland people will welcome and
ppreciate the high-class service wnicn
we are able to rurnisn.
n'RT.tlLKl!l SHOWER COM
PA V K K W K Y EED1.K
jIHOWKK. COINXKCTS C (f
TO AX Y BATHTl'B... wUatlU
W. S. FLEMING
Ibarra I Plarablaa Contractor,
neater la Hla-b - Grade Shower
Batba, Sanitary DrlitklaK Koan
tala. Ladle' aad Mr' Fancy
Habber ela. Aarat for Oresas.
7 SUth Street. Portlaad, Oregon.
Oat-f-Twa Orders by Parcel
The home was decorated In red and
gray, the school colors. The evening
was devoted to games and music.
The guests were: Miss Schmidli,
teacher: Misses Alma Dougherty,
Gladys Callaway, Florence G. Bradley,
Henrietta Reinig, Willamlna Schmidt,
and Fred Trappe, Laverne Nichols.
Harold Carver. Carl Newbery, of the
class, and Edythe Peattie, Waldemar
Seton. Ellis Garner, George Woodllver
and James Burns.
Stale Commission Also Complains.
The Orepon Public Service Commis
'Pape's Cold Compound" Is
the Surest, Quickest Relief
Known It's Fine!
r.ellef comes Instantly.
A dose taken every two hours until
three doses are taken will end grippe
misery .and break up a severe oold,
either In the head, chest, body or limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nostrils
and air passages in the head, stops
Mother" writes: "Mv son and daugh
ter have reached the aires of 21 and 19.
Both of them have grown up quickly
and are well formed ana strong iook
Inp. but they are neither of them
strong and active as I had hoped they
would be. 1 nev are weaK ana umia.
Then are listless and forcretful and I
am much alarmed over their condi
Answer: Your children have both
grown larpe at the expense of their
strength. Their systems need a good.
hrarinir tonic and builder. Three-graiu
cadomene tablets will be splendid for
them and should make mem strong
and healthy in a short time.
Afiaa CT' writes: "I am so light in
welcht thnt mv friends call me bud
bla T am very thin and pale, I want
to Increase my weight-'
Answer: What your system requires
is a good blooa ana nerve ionic oucn
you will find in three-grain hypo-nu-clane
tablets. Take these tablets with
your meals and they will cause proper
aaaimilation of TOUf fOOd. I alWayS
recommend these tablets to increase the
"tj Tf Vn 2" asks: "Will you please
tell me what is the matter with me and
tell me what I may get to make me
well? I have constant misery in my
back on both sides, have headache
all the time, and my feet and limbs, in
fact, my whole body, swells. The ur
ine I pass is very little and a kind of
ark brown. it seems to do going
into my blood,"
Answer: You did not say how long
you have been suffering, but you have
Weii-ueveiopca caje ui niuuey uou-
le. Start at once taking balmwort
tablets. They should get your Kidneys
iu good order in a little while.
a a a
L. W." writes: "My blood Is In bad
condition. I suffer with constipation
and my tongue is always coated. My
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
sion will file an intervenor in the case
of Washington and the Kast Side Busi
ness Men's Club's complaints filed with
the Interstate Commerce Commission
against discriminating tourist rates to
the Northwest, according to the infor
mation received yesterday by Secretary
Lepper, of the club.
St. Paul Pastor to Speak.
Dr. IT. K. Beeman, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of St. Paul, will speak at
the V. M. C. A. at 3:30 o'clock today on
"Who Wins." There will be special
nasty discharge or nose running, re
lieves sick headache, dullness, fever
Ishness. sore throat, sneezing, soreness
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! Kaso your throbbing
head! Nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold
Compound," which costs only 25 cents
at any drug store. It acts without as
sistance, tastes nice, causes no Incon
venience. Be sure you get the genuine.
Don't accept something "just as good."
Insist n getting 'Tape's Cold Com
pound" If you want tu stop your cold
' The questions answered below are
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will
apply In any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice, free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College
Bldg., College-Kllwood Sts., Dayton, O..
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope for reply. Full name, and ad
dress must be given, but only initials or
fictitious name will be used in my an
swers. The prescriptions can be filled
at any well-stocked drug store. Any
druggist can order of wholesaler.
skin Is dark and I have pimples. T
feel tired all the time, but I am too
nervous to sleep. Please prescribe."
Answer: Get a tube of three-grain
sulpherb tablets (not sulphur) and
take according to directions. They
They will clean your blood, aid diges
tion and relieve constipation. When
you get your blood pure, the other
"Lucile" writes: "I want to get rid
of dandruff and itching scalp. What
would you suggest'.'"
Answer: In my practice I have pre
scribed the same treatment for seven
years to overcome dandruff, and thou
sands are satisfied there is nothing
better than the use of plain yellow
mlnyol. Jlinyol contains no alcohol,
and cleans and vitalizes the scalp. It
tends to strengthen the scalp and gives
life, luster and health to the hair,
a a a
"Li. Y." asks: "What may I do to get
relief from rheumatism?"
Answer: Use the following prescrip
tion for rheumatism and you should
receive quick and sure relief: 2 drams
of iodide of potassium, 4 grains sodium
salicylate. oz. wine of colchicum, 1
ounce comp. essence cardiol, 1 oz. comp.
fluid balmwort and & ozs. or syrup sar
saDarllla. Mix and take a teaspoonful
at meal time and again before going-
a a a
"Mother" asks: "What may I give
my children to relieve them of : colds
Answer: A pleasant tasting and very
effective cough and cold medicine Is
made by mixing with a pint of simple
sugar syrup of honey. s oz. essence
mentholaxene. This should break up a
cold and drive it out of the system, as
the mentholaxene is slightly laxative in
its action on the stomach and bowels.
Every one in the family may use this
remedy, and it is highly recommended.
"W W. C." writes: "I have gained
so much flesh that I'm all out of pro
portion and I do not feel good. What
will reduce my weight?"
.Vnswer: Five-grain arbolone tab
lets are the most effective and safest
reducers I know of. They Rre harm
less; come in sealed tubes with, com
plete directions. Adv.