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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, -PORTLAND, JULY 4, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Cttv Editor Main 7070. A
Sunday Editor Mai. 7O70. A M5
AdTortlBinc Department. .Main 7070, A Bf'!5
Superintendent of Bids. .Main 7070, A 80U&
HEILIO (Broadway at Taylor) Fanchon
and Marco Kevue. Tonight.
liTRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy. In "The Jolly Widow." Chree show,
dally at -'. 7 and 0.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, 2 to 5,
6:45 to 11 P M. Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PANTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows dally, 2:30, T and
COUNCIL. CREST Free amusement park.
, Take -CC" cars, Morrison or "Washing-
THE OAKS Amusement park. Free ad
mission until 5 P. M., except Sundays
' and holidays. Take cars at First and
COLUMBIA BEACH Amusements and
swimming. Take Vancouver cars on
Washington, between Fifth and Broadway.
FANCHONTS STAGE COSTUMES
' ALGEBRAICALLY CORRECT
OREGOMAX AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following agents, at
your summer resort, to secure the most
prompt delivery of The Oregonian. City
rate. Subscriptions by mail are payable
in advance: ,
llarview. Or W. A. Blpprell
Bu.v City. Or O. E. Shelley
Bavorean. Or F. D. Mitchell
Brighton. Or A. W. Rowe
Carson. Wah C. B. Smith
Ecola. Or.. Cannon Beach Merchandise Co.
CSarthaldl. Or D. C. Elite & J. L.. Kidder
. .V. S. Robinson
W. E. Slraunal
H. J. Brown
Or. ...A, C. Anderson
D. C. Perejay
O. V. Herron
...Emma S. Campbell
sh. ...... .Burl Cnrlstte
.Seaside, Or C. w. Alwaru
Shipherd's Hot Springs, Wash........
Mrs. N. St. Martin
Seav'iew. Wash George N. Putnam
Tillamook. Or J. S. m'
Wheeler. Or...R. H. Cody and Leo Sohjer
Lnnt Beach. Wash.
Ocean Iake. Or. . . .
Ocean Park. Wash
Pacific Beach, V i
Pacific City. Or..
Hibernian Picnic Tomorrow. The
TBtg; annual event for Council Crest
park, the Fourth of July picnic of the
Hibernians. Is scheduled for Monday,
July 6. More than usual Interest cen
ter In this year's outing:, as the
return of troops from France brings
many of the boys back to celebrate
at home again, and Monday will be
a, real live day on the mountain top.
Dancing: afternoon and evening will
be one of the attractions. Monte
Austin will introduce new and ap
propriate song hits. Sunday after
noon concerts and dancing every eve
ning except Sunday keeps . Council
Crest popular as an amusement t esort.
No admission is charged to the park.
Principal Cleveland Goes East.
C. E. Cleveland., principal of the Ben
son polytechnic high school left Tues
day for New York and other eastern
cities. He will take a special course
In Columbia university covering work
a.long lines which will aid in the ad
ministration of the Benson school.
Mr. Cleveland will also visit various
cities to Inspect the vocational schools.
He will also visit Cornell university
to renew acquaintances with scenes
familiar during his college days.
Postoffices Globe Mondat. Be
cause tomorrow is' recognized As the
legal Fourth of July holiday the
main postofflce and all carrier sta
tions in Portland will be closed
throughout the day. Delivery of
perishable mail only will be made.
Collections will be made on the holi
day schedule, and mails will toe dis
patched to trains as usual. Tuesday,
it is promised, the carriers will begin
work earlier than usual.
Benefit Vaudeville Jult 20. The
annual open-air vaudeville given for
the benefit of the home for the aged
East Thirtieth and Stark streets, will
be held July 20 on the grounds of the
Institution. The tickets are at pres
ent being sold to assist this work of
charity. The following are the names
of the committee on arrangements:
Michael Driscoll, John McEnttee. H.
Gilbaugh, J. Callaghan, Fred Eilers
and Frank Harter.
High Blood Pressure Curable
The diseased conditions causing high
blood pressure is due to Bright's
disease, diseases of the heart, auto
Intoxication, or hyper-tension, this
blood making, body renovating treat
ment as given at the Moore Sani
tarium secures the most gratifying
results. East 47. office 908 Selling
building. Main 6101. Adv.
Special tor Jult i and 5. A trip
BP the Columbia river. Excursion
steamer leaves Taylor-street, dock, 9
A. M. for a cruise up the scenic Co
lumbia river gorge; returning, arrives
at Portland at 5 P. M. Bring your
lunch and enjoy a day on the river.
are 2. Phone Main 065. Adv.
Socialist Meeting Announced.
Socialist leaders announce that they
will nold a Uebs-for-president ratifi
cation meeting at 8 o'clock this even
lng at Machinists' hall, 126 Fourth
street. Lena Morrow Lewis, national
organizer of the party, will be the
Takb river trip for St. Helens cele
bration Sunday, 11 A. M., 12:30 P. M.
Monday, 11 A. M., 2:30 P. M. Steamers
America and Iralda. Returning steam
r Georgiana leaves St. Helens. '
y. M., 50c each way. Alder-st. dock.
Main 8323. Adv.
Extreme Cases. 'Nerve Blocking,
as we practice it. enables us to ex
tract, fill, crown or successfully
treat for pyorrhea the most sensitive
teeth without pain. Drs. Hartley
Kiesendahl & Marshall, 207 Journal
W. C T. U. Arrange Programme.
The Central W. c. T. U. will give
programme of patriotic sonas and
reading In the study hour room, cen
tral library, at 2 o'clock Wednesday
aiternoon. All are Invited to at
WALUNG8 to Gather. The annual
picnic and reunion of the Walling
families of the state will be held
July 11 at the J. B. Walling grove,
at Liincoin, rout county. Those at
tending win bring basket dinners.
Modern office systems devised and
Installed. Our system experts at vou
service, no obligation. Over 400 stock
forms to select from, at a savins-
Thone Main 1971. Pacific Staty. & Ptg.
io iu second street. Adv.
W. O. W. Excursion. Boat" Swa
leaves foot of Jefferson si.. Monday
July 5. 8:30 A. M.. returns 8 P. M
Dancing, sports. Tickets Adults J1.10,
children 60c. Auspices Webfoot camp
li- . nr . . r
Willamette Flter leaves foot
Stark st. for Oak Grove beach. Ceda
island and Magroon s park Sundavs an
holidays, 8 and 11 A. M 2'and 6 P. M
Take Sunday dinner at the College
inn. special cnicKen dinner. Full a 1
carte bin of fare 12 M. to 7 P M.
East Sixth and Pacific streets. Adv
A devotional meeting will be held
tonight at Theosophical hall. 301 Cen
tral bldg., corner of 10th and Aide
o clock. All are welcome. Adv.
Ten antique Turkish and Persia
rugs for sale: very fine: sold at big
reduction. t-none Alain 2078. or call
705 Davis et., apt. 1. Adv.
Plaster Board, beavei bo .rd, Cor
nell board for walls and ceilings.
Tlmmi, Cress & Co., 184 Second 81.
The Gearhart Rest will reopen for
business on July 3, under same man
agement. P. M. teas every day. Adv.
Picnic and Dance. Cedarville park.
Monday. July 6. Swiss Singing co
Oriental Rugs repaired, wash-cleaned,
Dinihanian. 465 Wash. st Br. 2870.
Anslet Printing Co. for quick serv
ice. 252 Wash. St. Main, 4671. Adv.
Kemmerkr CoAL-Carbon Coal Co.,
mine agents. East 1188 Adv.
Color Schemes and Stylishly Designed Gowns, Creation of Headliner
Dancer of Kevue, to Appear at Heilig Theater, Beginning Today.
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T-iANCHON, the charmihg dancer I ranged br Wright of Paris, and I
H who headlines the Fanchon and I obtain the right balance In my colors.
My colors, she laughed, are alge
"I rather like lots of clothes. Har
rison Fisher sketched me one night
when I was dancing, and when I saw
the picture I said, 'Why, that girl is
beautiful!' When Mr. Fisher told me
I was good to look at I nearly passed
away, in a delicate shade of pink.
But he encouraged me to wear the
long sleeves and high necks I fancy."
'"Dark people," she says, "should
always wear a touch of gold and
sliver. A gorgeous dress is made
with panels in petal shade of georg
ette. It Includes in the skirt three
shades of violet the simple violet,
the magenta cast and orchid. Orange
and lade green on the bodice lighten
It a little, and there is a glint of
rhinestones on each panel to give life
"Dresses are not my only worry,
she added, "for I have the underwear
to design, too. The petticoats and
other garments must all be of the
-A- Marco revue, which comes t
the Heilig theater for the week com
mencing tonight, is a young woman
f ideas. She uses her feet, but, most
of all, the silky black head of hers Is
kept busy evolving new ideas Ideas
for new tunes and for clothes.
I have always been interested in
clothes," says Fanchon. "When I was
n San Francisco I wrote up people's
lothes. I had a column in the Call,
Fanchon's Fancies," and when some-
ne came In wearing a smart dress
wrote the costume up. I can sum
up a woman at a glance by the way
he wears her clothes, the fit, color.
gloves and shoes. I think more wo
men dress well In the. west than in
Yes, I have studied color. My
brother says every .dress I wear has
the whole ribbon counter on .It, so I
don't miss anything. But, to me, col
ors produce symphonies as much as
sound. I have the color chart ar-
Portland Art Association. The
art museum will be closed today and
tomorrow. It is open on all other
days at the regular hours: Weekdays,
9 to 5 o'clock; Sundays, 2 to 5; free
the afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The
special exhibition is of .Chinese paint
ings, the gift of the late Charles L.
Freer, with the jade, crystal and ori
ental porcelains, owned by the Art
association, especially arranged to
accompany these paintings.
Idaho Prisoners Escape. Five
prisoners made their escape from the
Idaho state penitentiary at Boise,
Idaho, according to a wire received
by Chief of Police Jenkins yesterday
from W. L. Cuddy, warden of the
penitentiary. The Portland police
were asked to be on the lookout for
the escapes. The men who escaped
were Henry Thompson, James Doyle,
John Lewis Anderson, Harry Wilson
nd Ed R. Smith. Details of the
escape were not received.
To the Employer. Mrs. L. V. Scott,
formerly director of the women's
division of the federal employment
service Is located at 329 Henry bldg.
and haa high-class women registered
who can efficiently fill the vacancy
you have open in your of f ice, industry.
factory, mercantile, jobbing houses,
hotels, res. or summer resorts. Pri
vate room for personal interview.
Phone Bdwy. 4537. Adv.
Miss Callahan Sought. Chief of
Police Jenkins was yesterday asked
by officials of Yakima, Wash., to
locate Miss Hazel Callahan, who Is
living somewhere In Portland. The
chief was advised that the girl's
mother had died at Yakima and the
girl's relatives wished to get In touch
Burglars Bust. Complaints reach
ing police from various sections of
city. Your turn may be next. Why
worry? Phone Mar. 2391 for a bur
glary and hold-up policy and protect
youiself against such hazards. W. R.
McDonald company, Veon buildinar.
Insurance with service. Adv.
Plates correctly fitt'ed by the spe
cialist. Dr. E. C. Rossman, 307 Journal
Take boats for Oaks. Merrill's boat
house, foot Taylor st. Adv.
Dr. Spurrier returned. 447 Simp
son st. Adv.
Dr. Harris, dentist, has returned
NOTED EXPERT TO SPEAK
DR. CHARLES S HEARD AUTHOR
ITY" ON OPTOMETRY, COMING
Prominent Visitor Will Be Guest of
Kiwanls Club Tuesday; to Be
Taken Over Highway.
Interest of opticians of the city is
centered in the arrival in "Portland
this evening of Dr. Charles Sheard
who has an international reputation
as an authority in optometry. Under
the auspices of a group of friends,
headed by Dr. Floyd B. Dayton. Dr,
Sheard will speak Monday evening
at a banquet which will be held at
the Multnomah hotel. He will also
be principal speaker at the regular
luncheon of the Klwanis cjub Tues-
A member of the research divisio
of the American Optical company of
Southbridge, Mass., Dr. Sheard Is tak
ing an extended trip through the
coast and western states in the Inter
est of the better care of the eyes.
For a number of years he was di
rector and professor of applied op
tics at the Ohio State university of
(joiumous, O., and at present, in addi
tion to being connected with the od
tical Arm, is editor of the American
Journal of Physiological Optics. Dr.
sneara is also author of numerous
treatises devoted to tl.e science of op
tometry and kindred -ubjects.
While In Portland he will be es
corted over the Columbia highway
ana other local scenic boulevards.
NOTED GQAT STATE-GROWN
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that's what youH say
of our new
Very unusual and
modish in style, with
silk coverings in plaids,
stripes and solid colors.
Some with 16-rib frame.
New idea handles of
imitation tortoise shelU
imitation ivory, and of
leather. Some with ster
ling silver mountings.
Prices range up to $28.
I Diamond Value 1
I OUR SPECIAL I
1 $100 DIAMOND
A New and Very
Attractive Line of
Beautiful ware indeed, of that,
quality -which entitles it to a place
on the toilet tables ofthe most dis
The "Lady Jane" is one of the
charming patterns in this ware, of
which we are showing a complete
line of toilet and manicure pieces.
Just an Instance of the
Jaeger Bros.' Service
Not so long ago a lady in Portland
desired to make a wedding gift to a
friend in England. The matter be
ing entrusted to our care, we in
structed our Birmingham, England,
-representative to forward a suitable
piece of sterling silverware to the
brideto-be. Not only was the selec
tion a most satisfactory one, but
within the price that the giver speci
fied, there being no duty to pay in
registered mohair goats to all the
Angora-raising districts of the United
States. It is an industry little known,
but increasing steadily.
The Angora . goat, which nas
achieved honors for Oregon, was
grown by William Riddell & Sons,
Monmouth. Or., who for more than
25 years have been breeding Angoras
on their Polk-county farm. It is an
aristocrat of the goat family, and its
registry number Is up in the eightieth
thousand as recorded by the Ameri
can Angora Goat Breeders' associa
tion. The American registry of mo
hair goats began 20 years ago. When
the first records were started, Will-
lam Riddell was raising goats. He
had his flocks inspected and entered
on the purebred list, and has kept
his flock pure ever since. The firm
is known throughout the world as
breeders of Cotswold. Lincoln and
Romney Marsh sheep. When the An
gora goat industry became important.
one of the sons, Leslie w. ttioaen,
was established in Texas as the rep
resentative of the-firm? Each year
carloads of Oregon-bred goats are
sent to the southwest and distributed
among the breeders . and mohair
growers In the states of Texas, New
Mexico and Arixona, where the larg
est range flocks in the world are to
be found. .
POLK PRUNE CROP GOOD
Trees of Older Orchards Reported
DALLAS, Or.. July 3. (SpeciaLV
The outlook for a bumper prune crop
in Polk county is better this year than
it haa been for a number of seasons.
The crop of the older orchards will
be exceptionally large, many of the
trees at the present time being over
loaded and the branches breaking
under the heavy weight of fruit. The
crops on the five and six-year-old or
chards is not so heavy as that of last
year but the size to which the prunes
are expected to grow under these
conditions is expected to make up in
weight for this shortage.
Prices of 16 cents a pound are said
to have been offered growers in this
locality but as yet few contracts have
been made, the growers being of the
opinion that a better price will De
offered before harvest time.
Three large packing plants will
handle the Polk county crops this
year, the California Packing -corporation,
the Mason-Ehrman company
and the Oregon Fruit Growers asso
ciation. A number of additional prune dry
ers have been erected this year, and
several of the old dryers remodeled
irS JOY, YOU WANT!
For that "going-away" feeling let
Joy prescribe a new hand-tailored
suit to order on easy terms you'll
enjoy your vacation as a gentleman
should. Joy. the tailor, 104 Fourth
street, between Washington and
HUTCH GETS CDHTiCT
PORTLAND MAX TO PUT OX
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CULTIVATE YOUR BUSINESS
IN BUSINESS NECESSITIES
TN modern business there are many small things playing big parts.
Pins, pencils, pens and hundreds of small office supplies help
accomplish our big purposes. Special attention should be given them.
Our stationery department will be glad to take care of you,
whatever your needs may be. Let us hear from you when your
supply runs low.
"EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE"
Fifth and Oak Streets.
Mar. 6080, Aut. 565-4S
ANIMAL BRIXGIXG $ 1 7 5 0
RAISED AT MOXMOTJTII.
William Riddell & Sons AcbleTe
Fame by Pure-Bred Culture
for Last 25 Years.
LANDLORDS ARE UPHELD
Profiteering In Rents Said to Be
Limiled to Pew.
For the last nine years secretary
of the National Association of Real
Estate Boards, Thomas S. Ingersoll.
who is spending a month in Portland
while conferring with Fred E. Taylor,
national president of the organiza
tion, is conversant with every phasert
or tne read estate profession. Ac
cording to Mr. Ingersoll rent profit
eering is noted in practically every
section of the country.
"It Is useless to deny," said Mr.
Ingersoll, "that owners of apartments
are, and I speak from knowledge of
the subject, profiteering to some ex
tent. However, charging of exorbi
tant rent rates Is not carried on by
the majority of such owners. All of
the profiteering now being done is
the work of a few, just as there are
a few grocers, butchers and clothiers
who are guilty of the same practices.
It is safe to say that profiteering In
rents is not general, merely individ
Alleged Forger Bound Over.
Gharles White, whose prison- record
is said to extend into three states.
was bound over to the grand Jury by
uisLrict juage jones naay on
charges of forgery, growing out of his
activities in Portland prior to the
Shrine convention. He had planned
to make a "cleaning," say the authori
ties, having fake Shrine credentials
and a purported letter of credit for
$50,000 on his person, said to have
been obtained through fraud.
B, M. Halbert. mohair grower of
Sonbra, Texas, set probably the high
est figure ever"made for a goat when
he paid $1700 for an Oregon Angora
Oregon supplied the goat in fact.
Oregon supplies numbers of purebred
Portland Hunt Club. Spring meet
Garden Home Track, 2:30 Monday,
July 5. Public Invited. Admission $1,
including war tax. Adv.
More Than 10,0 00 People to Take
Part in Tercentenary Pageant
in Ohio City. "
George L. Hutchin, who staged the
electric parade of the Rose Festival,
yesterday accepted a year's contract
to go to Cincinnati to put on, in 1921,
the stupendous celebration planned
to celebrate the tercentenary of the
landing of the Pilgrim fathers . at
More than 10,000 people will be in
the cast of this tremendous drama,
and though Mr. Hutchin said he did
cot have all the details worked out.
he announced that in the celebration
there would be four great parades,
typifying early colonial period his
tory on a plane never before attempt
ed In this country, requiring at least
a full year's preparation. The cele
bration, as planned, will run for two
weeks, according to word received
by Mr. Hutchin.
"In many respects I hate to leave
Portland," 'said Mr. Hutchin yester
day. "My home Is here, it always
will be, and my property is here, and
though I have an opportunity to go
to New York City after the Cincin
nati work is through, I doubtless will
return, to the city I love most.
"And 1 am not the only one who
will return to Portland, for I have
talked with many eastern visitors,
who came here to attend the Shrine
session, and they are so enthused
with Portland and Oregon, that many
of them are going to return as soon
as they can arrange their business
affairs. The Shrine session was the
greatest advertisement Portland has
ever had, barring not even the Lewis
and Clark exposition, which also put
us on the map of the world."
CITIES OBTAIN PUBLICITY
Centralia and Cbehalls Receive
Praise In Magazine.
CENTRALIA, Wash., July 8. (Spe
cial.) The Twin Cities of Lewis
county, Centralia and Chehalis, are
given much publicity in the current
Issue of the Milwaukee Employes
magazine, published in Chicago by
the Milwaukee system for its employes.
Centralia, says the magazine.
has a good, live chamber of com
merce, and to prove .that the city is
thoroughly progressive, the manager
of Its office Is a woman Mrs. Kath
The Chehalis Citizens' club is stated
as going tar Into community life
and makes a specialty of cultivating
a get-together spirit.
The magazine carries a number of
attractive .illustrations and relates
the remarkable fertility of the soli
and the resources and vast possibili
ties of this section.
Portland Hunt club. Spring meet.
Garden Home track. 2:30 Monday,
July 5. Public invited. Admission $1,
including war tax. Adv.
S. & II. green stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co. Main 353. 160-ZL
OREGON GOAT THAT BRINGS RECORD PRICE OF $1750.
M M M - a
The Wonder Piano
The Chickering Ampico is admittedly the
supreme reproducing piano. It plays human
like with no evidence of mechanism. So
perfectly does it reproduce the playing of
the pianist that you listen in wonder
amazement at the performance.
The very pedaling the finest shades of ex
pression are so perfect that the instrument
seems vibrant with the personality of the
pianist as you listen to the Chickering
Coma. In Ask to Hear the Ampico
G. F. Johnson Piano Co,
147-149 SIXTH STREET, PORTLAND
Chickering Mehlin Packard Marshall &
j1"' 'fr , j1'. i
of high quality
TELL CITY DESKS
in lower grades
GOOD USED DESKS
at low prices
107 2d St., Bet.
Wash, and Stark
pessment. Present plans, according
to Mr. Bailey, include a visit from
Herbert Hoover, who will probably
speak In behalf of the American Min
ing congress and Professor Julius J.
Bullock, head of the tax study course
at Harvard university.
Automobile Hits Curb.
FOREST GROVE, Or.. July 3. (Spe
cial.) A Mr. Baker and six boys of
the West Chehalis country, while
turning a corner on a city street here,
crashed into the curbing with their
automobile, narrowly escaping death.
Two wheels of the car were crushed
and the machine otherwise damaged.
All of the occupants escaped serious
Commerce Safe Deposit Vanlts.
91 Third street. Both phones. Adv.
TJniversity Professor Cboeen.
FOREST GROVE. Or.. July X.
(Special.) Professor Henry E. Price,
who has been a teacher in the Port
land public schools for a number of
years, has accepted a position on the
faculty of Pacific university, taking
the place of Professor Edward Taylor,
resigned, who has had charge of the
department of mathematics and
Texas 10 Tax Herde.
SALE LAKE CITY. Mine taxation
and taxation of itinerant herds of
livestock will be two of the main
questlpns discussed at the annual con
vention of the National Tax associa
tion to be held here September 6 to
11, according to announcement by
William Bailey, secretary of the Utah
state board of equalization and as-
Established 20 Years in Portland
C. GEE W0 Chinese Medicine Co.
No operations. No poison used in out -wonderful
remedies, composed of the choicest
Oriental roots, herbs, buds and bark, many
of which are unknown to the medical science
. of this country. Our remedies are harmless
and have made many sufferers from ca
tarrh, asthma, lung: and throat, rheumatism,
nervousness, stomach, liver and kidney trou
ble, female disorders, etc., happy. Many
testimonials given unsolicited Dy persons,
male and female, who have used my root
and herb remedies.
The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
162 Vt First Street Portland, Oregon
The One Best
Working Men's Store
488-494 Washington St.
ANGORA BUCK SOLD BY WILLIAM RIDDELL Jt SONS OK MONMOUTH
TO TEXAS BREEDER.
Modern Plumbing and
Partial Payment Plan
Don't postpone a matter that
is so Important to yotrr cleanli
ness, health and comfort simply
because you have not the nec
For a small amount down and
Fiayments each month we will
nstall modern, high - class
flumbing and heating fixtures
n your home and at most rea
& Heating Co.
413 Kant Morrlnon Strrel,
PHONE EAST 254.
ASK YOUR GROCER
Served at Hotels, Restaurants and Soda Fountains.
PORTLAND SALEM ASTORIA ABERDEEN
Phone E. 755. Haynes-Foster Baking Co.
1 Our local patronage is large, yet we take particular pride In the fact I
i that visitors from all parts of the Northwest visit this office, and we
1 enjoy the largest practice from out-of-town people. I
1 RRinftF WDRIf nas een brought to the highest state of perfection. The I
DfllUUL IlUfirV teeth on this bridge are interchangeable at will without I
I removing from the mouth. We use gold or porcelain as your fancy die-
I tates. This is only one of our many original methods. i
PARTICULAR. ATTKNTION PAID TO PLATES i
AND BRIDGE WORK. 1
PYORRHOEA SUCCKSSP-II.LY TREATED. I
EXAMINATION JrRKK. I
Houra: S:30 to 5 P. 1M. Phone Maln'3020. i
33 Yeara In Portland. i
WISE DENTAL CO. I
REL.IABI,E PAINLESS DENTISTS.
211 FAII.INU BLI)(i THIRD AND WASHING- I
TON. S. E. CORNER, ENTRANCE ON I
THIRD STREET. i
Miss Catlin's School
FOB BOARD rNG AM) PAT PCP1U
Now occupies tt new building- on
An Ideai location Basketball ud Ta
Pispar irlr! for eastern as wII u
western eo teres and schools, under a fac
ulty or able eastern teacnera. Mimbr of
students in each-class limited.
Primary, Intermediate and Hfrh School
Departments Boys Accepted In
Special and College Preparatory Co-ore.
Htule, Art, Physical Train
ing: a-nd Science.
French Taught Throughout the School.
Boarding Department Special Feature.
Catalogue Sent Upon Reiaet To"
fetWver Terrace. Portland. Oregon.
Phone Marshall S129.
The Seale Academy
Kifteen-aere Campus eight-acre wooded
park, seven clear for drill and all stort&
Both Grammar and High School Courtos.
Not to learn one's lessons Is a breach cit
trust. Catalogue. C'lmate perfection. Sum
mer y-sFion. June 2t. Fall term. Sept, 14.
GKK.N VILI.E C. KMKRY. Headmaster.
Palo Alto. California.
MISS HARKKRS SCHOOL FOR
GIRLS. PALO A I -TO. CAL,
Resident and day school. Favorable
climate and large grounds permit of
outdoor lire nil i he year.
Prin. Catherine Harker. A. B. Vsar.