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TIIK SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. PORTLAND, 3IAKCII 9, 1919.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
.Advertising Department ..
fcunerlntendent of Building
..Main 7070. A60OS
..Main 7070. A 6085
.Main 7070. A 609.-
. Main 7170. A (klDS
ORPTTEtTM (Broadway at Taylor) Vaude-
- villa. This afternoon and tonicht. ,
BAKERk (Broadway, near Morrison) Baker
Players In "The Blue Envelope." This
afternoon and tonight.
ALCAZAR (Morrison at Eleventh) Alcazar
...Players in 'Playthings." This afternoon
. and tonight.
PAXTAGRS (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows daily. 2:3U. 7 and 9:05.
laPPRODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, 2 to 5.
6:4r to 11 P. M Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays continuous. 1:15 to 11 P. M.
BTRAXD .(Washington street, between Park
and West Park) Vaudeville and moving
- pictures, continuous.
XTRIC (Fourth and Stark) Lyric com
pany In "The Belle of Portland." This
aftnrnorm at -:30 and tonlpht at 7:30.
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Business Office. Oreconlan.
Drama Club Makes Good. Amateur
theatricals at Reed college reached a
high point in stage settings Friday
night, when the Drama club staged
three plays in the assembly room be
fore a capacity audience. The work
of the club from arranging the plays
to staging them was done entirely by
students, except rehearsals, which were
directed by faculty members. The play
"Sire de Maletroit's Door," dramatized
from Stevenson's short story by mem
bers of the club, was very effective.
The cast, Ray Wilson, Edith Turner,
Glenn Ruscher and Otto Schutlz, de
veloped the romantic spirit of the play j
in a pleasing manner. Rowan "Wheal
don, Marion Byrns, Hazel Brown and
Theodore Countryman presented the
"Tears of the Birds," a Japanese sketch.
Comedy over a mislaid headpiece,
featured "The Lost Silk Hat," pre
sented by William Stone, Herbert
Swett, Craig Eliot, James Gantenbein
and Leo Shatz.
Novelty Chair Exhibited. A new
novelty chair may make its initial ap
pearance in Portland if negotiations
now under way with the Oregon chair
factory are successfully carried out,
according to Thomas A. Blair of San
Krancisco, president of the Combined
Baby Chair company. Mr. Blair, ar
rived in Portland yesterday with a
model of the chair an ingenious affair
which resembles an ordinary dining
room fixture, but which opens to pre
sent a regulation infant's high chair,
with eating tray. It may be used
ither as a chair for adults, youths or
babies. The Inventor of the novelty
chair Is John Agati, a San Francisco
bachelor, of Italian birth.
FOBESTERS TO REPORT TOMORROW.
Korest Supervisors Brown of the Fre
mont national forest, Harris of the
"Wallowa and Reid of the Colvllle are
expected 1n the district forest office to
morrow to report for a short detail of
work. Assistant District Forester
Klory in charge of operations is ex
pected to return to Portland today
after a trip to Pendleton. Walla Walla
and Bend, where he has been going
over 190 forest estimates'. Miss Kdith
Toungkrantz of the distirct office of
operations left last evening for the
headquarters of the Umatilla national
forest in Pendleton, where she will re
main for a short period as forest clerk.
Fifty California Alttmni Meet.
Fifty alumni of the University of Cali
fornia met Friday night for a banquet
in the University club. Speakers were
Homer C. Campbell, president of the
University club; P. L- Campbell, presi
dent of the University of Oregon:
15dwin Mays and W. E. Creed, president
of the University of California Alumni
association, and a regent of the Uni
versity of California. Miss Frances
Gill read several of her own poems.
Professor II. 'B. Torrey of Reed col
Party to Be Given Boys of 69th.
Members of the auxiliary of the 69th
artillery met Friday night at the
courthouse and perfected plans for a
real "welcome home" party and enter
tainment, to be given at Rose City
Park clubhouse, when the members of
the unit are mustered out at Camp
Lewis. Mrs. R. S. McKibbin. president
of the auxiliary, is in charge of ar
rangements. The dato will bo an
nounced later. -
For-Hirb Car Owners Want Stands.
Owners of for-hire automobiles will
appear next Friday afternoon before
the city council to petition for stands
in the congested district, under the
provisions of the new traffic law.
Under this ordinance only four stands
will be permitted in each block and
the work of assigning the various
tttands is a difficult task wlilch the
members of the city council must as
sume. Housing Code Discussed. "The Ef
fect of Portland's New Housing Code
on the Home Owner" was the subject
of an address Friday night by H. M.
Esterly, president of the Portland
bousing committee, !n the model bun
galow at Fourth and Stark streets. O.
G. Hughson of the Builders' Exchange,
bp ok 6 on "The Contractor and the
Small Home Owner." Wade Pipes pre
sided. About 50 person were present.
Bird Lecture at North Portland.
Mrs. A. 1m Campbell of the Oregon
Audubon society will lecture at the
North Portland branch library. 190
East Killings-worth avenue, on Wednes
day evening. March 1 2, at 8 o'clock. Her
subject will be "Birds at Nesting
Time." The lecture will be illustrated
with lantern slides. No admission will
Brigade Sailing in Dotjbt. A tele
trraru to Senator McNary from the rela
tives of the men in the 66th field
artillery brigade, asking whether this
unit is listed for early return, brought
the) following reply: "Up to date,
March 6, the 66th field artillery brigade
has not been assigned early convoy.
Will keep you informed."
Bunday Evening Open Forum An
jfOTTNCEMENT. "Measures on the June
Ballot" will be the subject today at
7:45 P. M.. Unitarian chapel, Broadway
between Yamhill and Taylor. Principal
speaker, W. S. L Ren. Intelligent pub
lic discussion of public questions.
Patronize the Specialty Shop. Let
your spring corset be a Goodwin, sold
only by experienced corsetleres. We
do not try to fit your figure to the
corset, but we fit the corset to the
figure. We invite your investigation.
312 Fliedner bldg., 10th, at Washing
ton st. Adv.
Returned Soldier to Speak. Harry
Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. C.
Stevens, who recently returned from
overseas with the 65th coast artillery
corps, will speak at St. Stephen's pro
cathedral this evening at 7:45 o'clock.
Route Yoce Long Distance via
"Northwestern Long-Distance" Inde
pendent service. Ask any Bell operator
for "Northwestern Long-Distance" on
the automatic dial "Long Distance,"
Prompt, courteous. Adv.
Riverside Park Dancing.
Sunday Afternoon and Eve.
Good Floor Music Order.
Cars at 1st and Alder. Adv.
Women's Hospital, 144 18th st. N.
Bdwy. 3404. Maternity cases exclusive
ly. Under management of Mrs. A. B. Y.
Effective March 5, steamers Lurline.
Undine leave Alder'street dock for
Astoria, daily, except Sunday, 8 P. M.
Take no Chances of losing valuables
by theft. Safety boxes J3.50 yearly.
Vaults 284 Oak. Adv.
We Will start mill Tuesday morn
ing, March 11. Northern Pacific Lum
ber company. Adv.
Razors Honed, safety blades sharpened,
Portland Cutlery Co., 86 6th, near Stark.
one of the most
in sterling silver.
Many People Will Take Advantage
of Odds and Ends in
It is for the purpose of closing out certain
broken lines that we've planned this sale. The
special prices which prevail are a strong induce
ment to add artistic pieces to your collection of
tableware. Many other pieces in addition to
the following are interestingly low priced.
THE PAUL REVERE PATTER BT
dozen Soup Spoons .814.50
dozen Dessertspoons....... X4.00
dozen Oy6ter Forks 7.50
dozen Ramekin Forks. 0.50
is dozen Olive Spoons 1.75
THE APOLLO PATTERN
V dozen Dessert Spoons. ..... .$ 10.00
H dozen Deesert Knives 12. OO
dozen Grapefruit Spoons. .. . &.50
THE MOXTICELLO PATTEIMf
i dozen Ramekin Spoons.. ... . $ S.OO
dozen Dessertspoons 11. OO
THE EWBtItY PATTERN
dozen Dessertspoons $ 9.50
THE HAMPTON PATTERN
5 only Dessert Spoons, each. .. .$ 1.50
THE ORANGE BLOSSOM PATTERN
dozen Dessert Spoons 912. OO
Vz dozen Coffee Spoons -4.50
THE IRIAN PATTERN
dozen- Dessert Spoons 313.00
It Polishes Like Magic
Jaeger Bros. Silver and Cold Polishing Cloth.
Worth many times its price of 25 c and 50c.
J entelers Silversmiths
131-133 Sixth Street
is the diamond
Kilham's Furniture Quality
Strike "Vote to Be Taken. Archer
Allison, president of local No.- 72, Boil
ermakers. Iron Shipbuilders and Help
ers of America, has called a special
meeting of the organization for tomor
row at headquarters. 131 V4 Second
street. The purpose of the meeting is
to take a strike vote to enforce origi
nal demands on April 1. The polls will
open at 10 A. M. and continue until
10 P. M.
Ente rtainment Is Plashoeo. Con
gregation Ahaval Sholom will give an
entertainment and Purim ball at the
B'nai B'rith hall. Thirteenth and Mill
streets, next Tuesday evening. A spe
cial feature will be a vocal solo by
Mrs. Herman Politz. Many tickets
already have been disposed of by the
women of the temple auxiliary.
Free Lecture Tonight. "Man. the
World Builder," by Mrs. Louie Mac
Gregor. at Theosophical hall. 301 Cen
tral bldg, cor. 10th and Aider sr. aqv.
Mask Ball. United Artisans, Wednes
day, March 12. W. O. W. hall, E. Sixth
and Alder. 36c; 13 prizes ana aoor
Dental Office for Sale or Rent.
Receipts $2000 per month. AR 290. Ore
Oriental Rogs repaired, wash-clean
ed. M. E. Dlnihanlan. 135 10-th. Br. 2870.
Hummel Corset Parlors Reopened.
404 Central Bldg. Main E635. Adv.
Dr. Nelson, the popular chiropodist,
is back. SOS Dekum building. Adv.
Milk Curb. Office 908 Selling bldg.
Phones Main 6101, East 47. Adv.
Kino & Co. millinery, located in their
new store. 144 Park. Adv
Dr. Townlet returned; 60S Medical
bldg. Main 6417. Adv.
SUITS PRESSED, 35c.
French - dry or steam - cleaned. $1.
We pay you to do your own delivering.
Unique Tailoring Co.. 104 4th. Adv.
Commerce Safe Deposit Vaults.
91 Third street. Both phones. Adv.
PROGRAMME IS ARRANGED
St. Patrick's Day "Will Be Observed
by Hibernian Order.
A programme has been arranged for
the official celebration of St. Patrick's
day, which will be held March 17 at
the Lincoln high school auditorium
under the auspices of the Ancient Order
of Hibernians. The programme will be
"Star Spangled Banner. 'and "Medley
of Irish Airs." by St. Mary's academy
string quartet; soprano solo, "Killar
ney," by Mrs. Raymond A. Sullivan;
tenor solo. "The Minstrel Boy." by Har
old Hurlburt; recitation. "Erin's Flag."
by Miss Margaret Nims; address by
Bishop John P. Carroll of Helena.
Mont.; violin solo, "An Irish Fantasie,"
by Miss Mary Chapman; contralto solo,
"An Irish Love Song," by Mrs. Rose
Friedle-Gianelli; baritone solo, "Some
where in Ireland." by Frank D. Hen
nessy; Irish step dance. Miss Helen
Farrell; "God Save Ireland," by artists
and audience, and a short address by
depends on your eyesight; you'
can be no more prosperous
than your eyes will allow you.
We make a specialty in fit
ting eyes so that they will give
the best vision to be had. We
recommend Punktal Lenses for
the man or woman who wants
to prosper because they are .
the highest type of eye lenses
yet to be had; they give clear
ly defined vision to the very
margins. Scientifically cor
rected beautifully polished.
Let us tell you more about
these superior lenses.
Ask for attractive booklet
"The Eye and the Lens"
2nd FLOOR OREOON1AN BLDtt
Moraine Service, 11 o'clock.
"The Glorification of Jesus1
Evening; Service, 7:30 o'CIock.
"The Forgiveness of the
First in an Easter Series of
Seven Sermons. -SOLDIERS.
Twelfth and Taylor Street.
W i" Si!
IT' t'" ,1
Our complete line of office furni
ture offers you any grade of desk
or filing cabinet to fit your purse.
We always have a few good
slightly used pieces.
STATIONERY & PRINTING CO.
107 SECOND ST.
AT YOUR SERVICE.
11 a no. Voice.
In Cbarg-e of Each Department.
MLSIC MADE EAST.
There is a rlrht way and a
wrong way of dolnr everything.
This applies to music If uurht
in the right way. you can learn
to play In one-tenth the time at
one-third the usual cost. Pianos
free for practice. Stringed In
WEST COAST l.VS'l'H'LTg OK
Fiftn Floor. Ellera Monte Bldr
2S7 Wnshlna-ton St.
Phone Main 444. Onen EvemlnKa.
Nn 1 i 1
e :j i,ti; E&s EssagJ
Kilham's Better Quality
Means Greater Utility
When you can obtain the
furniture made by the
best known manufactur-
ers at our present
. SALE PRICES
then it is the time to buy.
It is the time to anticipate
your future needs.
Your taste and purse will
both be suited just right
THE SUIT OF SPRINGTIME
Dress up to the times! Let us hand
tailor a suit to your order from a fine
woolen of your own choice; as low as
$1-0 down, $5 a month; or, we will allow
you 5 premium on a liberty bond
$52.50 for a SbO bond. Unique Tailoring
Co., 104 Fourth, bet. Washington and
Red Cross Signs 13,082.
YAKIMA. Wash., March 8. (Special.)
Fifteen thousand and eighty-two per
sons were enrolled in the annual mem
bership drive of the Yakima chapter
of the Red Cross, according to the an
nual report of K. C Van Brundt, who
was chairman of the drive in the
Read The Oreeronlan classified ads.
Can the Peace Leaa-ue Chancre Bible
nff II ,m, i I'Mlli i mi
Hear EVAMiELIST DICKSON lec
tors upon this striking Bible reve
lation. Do you know what the Bible
says about future war? Do you
know where Armageddon will be
fought? Do you know what na
tions will be involved? TILE BIBLE
Eleventh, llet. MorriROB and YaraJiIlL
Sunday Mrh. March S. at
SPECIAL MLSIC. SEATS FREE.
Maker of Distinctive
French Gowns, Blouses, Skirts
407 Bush & Lane Bldg;.
Broadway and Alder
Patterns Cut to Measure
Phone your want ads to the Oreftro-
nlan. Phone Main 7070. A 6095.
Printers. En gravers.
Architects and Engineers' Instru
ments and Supplies.
d Oak Sta
ORGAN i RECITAL
This Afternoon at 3 o'clock
Luden E. Becker, Organist
Mrs. Herman Politz, Soprano
Admission 10 Cents
Phone your want ads to the Orego
nlan. Phone Main 7070. A 6096.
The New Pipe Organ Having Been Installed,
will be given by
PROFESSOR LUCIEN E. BECKER
Monday, March lOtH
at 8 o'clock at
The East-Side Baptist Church
Cor. E. Twentieth and Salmon Sts.
ADMISSION FREE SILVER OFFERING
t Sunnyside or Hawthorne Cars to 20th
Milwaukee Chairs. We Are Sole Agents.
Desks, Tables, Chairs
"Everything to Complete the Office."
The J. K. Gill Co.
TTIIRD AND ALDER STS.
"YsndE" EfSciency Desk. Msdo in fifty models there s s desk
with special ey sterna for your work
How you can do more
zvork in less time
You can add from one to two hours
output to your day's work if you use
a "Yand E" Efficiency Desk. '
Notice the illustration above:
(1) The card record drawer that will hold several
thousand standard-sized cards any combination.
A handy, roomy drawer for business tools: pencils, pins, paperclips, etc.
Drawers operate on frictionleas suspension blides coast open or shut
at a touch.
Lane drawer for correspondence and other records tied vertically.
uuu i,uuu papers ox letter-, Diu-, or legal sue.
Whh the Tand E" Efficiency Desk there's no interruption
of going or sending to distant filing cabinets, everything you
need for the day's work is right at your finger tips. Think
of the time saved and how you can concentrate.
It's really a desk and filing cabinet combined you get
both for the price of a desk. A handsome desk, too, beau
tifully finished in oak or mahogany.
Fifty models are offered let us suggest a desk just right
for you, specially equipped with systems for your work.
Call or 'phone for complete information.
Glass & Prudhomme Co.
FILI.VO CABIK'rS, OFFICK ST ITIO.NEI V,
riUMI.VG, BOOK UIMUVti.
BROADWAY, PORTLAND. OltKUO.
THAT COMMANDS ATTENTION
and secures for us the largest patronnite in the northwest. Is sufficient
reason why you shold enroll yourself as another of our satisfied customers.
Reasonable charge for unexcelled service.
Particular Attrndoa Paid to Platra Md RrtHcfw orW.
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