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THE OREGON DAILY -JOURNAL, PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22, 1805.
TO VN TOPICS
, -j. toinoHT'i AxvuzimiTt.
Merquaai Grind... ....."TIM Bho-Gon"
HUm. ....... ."All Um Comfort of Hoom"
hmkn Muatcal Barh0
Lmptre,. ....."The Mlaaourt Ulrl"
Lrrle ,...... "A Bwutbara Heroin"
. Gideon. th Christian commercial
traveling; men' a organisation, plan (or
t routing meeting at 1:10 o'clock Sat-
, urday evening. December 13," In Taylor
Street' Methodist church. - Dra. Brougher
and Bhort. pastors In tula city, will Uke
part In the meeting, which will be
'tortghVertth -stories and-experience -of
tha merobera of the Gideon band. There
- la a membership of about S.00 to the
t. uideona scattered . throughout the
United States and Canada. . Theodore
B. Adams Is secretary of the Portland
oamp. which la growing rapidly. Mera
' bers of the order state that they are
1 surprised at Jhe progress being made
; and forecast a time when the Gideons
' will embrace) more than a majority of
the merry knights of the grip.
.' Joe Morak has returned from an ex
tended trip east and was nearly frosen
before he got back. '. On November It
he started. He was-for a few days
' with Seattle and Tacorda friends, spent
a few days in Spokane and then went
to Billings, Montana, where he spent
several days visiting various nearby In
dian camps and getting a line on cow
boy life at close range: He lingered
in Et Paul until It became so cold that
he had to flee back to Portland in or
' der -to- save Jhlsj life. He sutes that
' several times on bis homeward Journey
y the train. was held up by blhnards and
' once the snow got Into the coaches,
' forcing every one to put on overcoats
and winter furs. : ' , . , .
Members of the New England society
' met with those of several state socie
ties last night at the Mret Congrega
' tional church to celebrate forefathers'
day. . Judge H. H. North up of the New
England society presided, and addresses
" were made by Judge J. C. Moreland for
-the -Dixie society. Her. Dr. T. I Eliot
and Rev. Dr. E. L. House for the New
'England society. Arthur LanggutH for
, the Michigan society, and John "Man
ning for the Nebraska society; A mu
sical program arranged by Miss Souls
- was rendered by Mr. Allen-Goodwin,
: Miss Ethel Barkadale and Mrs. ' Millie
Perkins.- ... i i
The city board of school directors is
holding an informal session this after
' noon for the purpose of discussing .the
' budget to be -submitted to the taxpay
ers at the annual meeting next Wednes
day night Recommendations will be
' made regarding the amount of Improve
ments to be made In school facilities
during; ltOS and .the amount of the tax
to be levied. Bchoor Clerk Allen is
compiling a report of the financial con
dition of the district to be submitted
' with the report of the directors at the
' sams meeting. ' ;.' " ; ' 1 ' '
' "John Baserino. who lives on Ninth
street between Burnslde and Couoh, was
walking along the Southern Paclfte
tracks yesterday afternoon when he was
struck by an In-comtng train and
knocked from a bridge SO feet high. His
foot waa cut and ha suffered other In
' Juries, which, however, are : not con
sidered serious. Baserino was walking
from Oswego to the city and waa on
the trestle ' when the train suddenly
' tunned a curve. He was unable to es
cape and the engineer was unable to
stop the train la time to prevent, the ac
At the annual election of Portland
. 'Chapter. No. - Royal Arch Masons,
' Wednesday, evening, the following offl-
rere ware elected and Installed; Nortls
R. Cox, high priest: Henry I Pittock.
king; Albert J. Stiles, scribe; Albert
M. Knapp, secretary; Deodato O. Torn.
" stnU treasurer; Henry I Bancroft, cap
tain ef host; Hugh J. Boyd, principal
sojourner; Jerome R. Rogers, royal
arch captain;' Andrew M. Smith, O. M.
, third vail; Hopkins Jenkins, G. M. sec-
ond vail; Frank H. Reeves, O. M. third
vail; Mortimer D. Toung, .guard..
. John D. Olwell of Medford, who Is a
. guest at the Portland hotel, says prep
arations are being made by new flnan
, rial Interests allied with the Medford
Crater Lake railroad to continue eon-.
struotlon of the line from Eagle Point
to Butte creek, about 14 miles further
on the route toward tha head of Rogue
river. He says there la also to be In
corporated In few days a company to
promote the construction of a railway
from Medford to the Blue Ledge copper
-district, about M miles. .
'John Batsrlnl,' an Italian," was struck
by the Southern Pacific train near Fulton
. yesterday. He was crossing a trestle
and received , Injuries to one of his legs
.. and his scalp, being removed afterward
to St. .Vincent's hospital. . ;. , ,
Under the graduated scale of wages
several members of the fire department
FOR MEN . .
We've-', an '. excellent'
stock o those article of
' mens', dress "..which are ,
always most ..acceptable
' as . a ' . Christmas gift. ,
W eVe Umbrella s.
Gloves, the finest Neck-V
wear, Bath Robes, Dress
' Fancy S u a pen d e r sT
Fancy Hose, the best of
' each. ,"
v C& Co. '-.-v-
' 944 Waihlngten Jfreet
- aTXAK aAJTO TKXATiu.
COB. TWXMB AJTD OOTTCM
. , or bat Am arzan.
Clara Broth. Coffee and Toast. ,.,.lBd
Steamed Little Neck Clams 20w
Scrambled Brains 20
Com Beef Hash and Poached Egg. 1 Set
Cod Fish Balls
Spaghetti and Cheese. Italian. 15
Baked Pork and Beans .....16
Ham and Efga . 25d
Liver and Bcda 154
We bake our own -Bread, Plea -and
Cake. We corn our Beef. Coffee.
Bread and Butter and Potatoes with all
orders-. ;- 1 ! ' - 1 '
BXBTJTO-BOOX FOB TASXXB. ,
Everything is first class, cheap and
are In line for an Increase of $5 a month
m salary and the raise will be given them
this month. Among those entitled to the
Increase are K. M. Lambert. F. A. Zell
ner, A. B. Bonner, George -W. Wey
gandt. Robert H. Hunt, J. T. Emert W.
H. Maaa, Ottle Dunn, Walt C. Speckel
meler, F. E. Proudflt. C. D. Shane. J. J.
Baldwin, George. Finney, I R. Lambert,
Adolph W. Wefel. O. M. Bliss, Joseph
Vermllyea and Harry J. Beck. ;
' At a meeting of the Oregon State Edi
torial association In, Portland January
1J and U an address will be given by
Rinaldo - ML Hall, advertising agent of
the jO. R. dc N. Co. on the subject:
"The - Newspaper as - a Factor - in ; De
velopment." A complete program has
been arrgnged by-the editors and they
will bold .their convention in conjunction
with the meeting of the Oregon De
velopment league,' announced for the
sams dates. -r - :, ...
At Its meeting last Wednesday Wash
ington lodge. No. 4S, A. F. A. - M..
elected and Installed the fallowing of
ficers: L. D. Freeman, worshipful mas
ter; K. V. Lively, senior warden; A. M.
Wright. Junior warden: R. B. McClung,
treasurer, and J, H. Richmond, secretary.
Special services will be held at I o'clock
this evening by Talmud Thora -synagogue,
Sixth and Hall streets, and to
morrow morning at o'clock. In tha ob
servance of the feast of Hanukah. or
the feast ef dedication, yftev. J. Shapo
will officiate.; .4 .
; Basketball." . ' ' '"' ' ''
' Girls' championship match.
( Monmouth college ts. Portland. '
1 Tonight, December It, l:!0 p. m. '
" Rlngler gymnasium," tot Alder street
Admission 26c Reserved seats l&a
' Xmaa Holly Wreaths, Jerusalem cher
ries, primroses, begonias, hyacinths and
cyclamen, delivered on shoat notice.
Roses, violets and carnations. Phone
Main S10S, Tonaetb Jk Co., florists, lit
Sixth street. , . ; . -'-
' A fine line of umbrellas gold, stiver,
ivory and pearl handles--Just the thing
fori a Christmas present, at Beldlng
Bros.. Jewelers and opticians, 41 Third
street. Also -cut ' in diamonds and
watches) during holidays.
Tou get mors furniture for less money
at Calef Bros, than anywhere else In
town. - A splendid assortment of holi
day furniture. Tour credit Js good.
!(-- East Morrison street. r -
: When thinking of your Sunday and
Christmas dinners, do not forget Jus
.ton's, 169 Fifth street, opposite Meier
at Frank's. A splendid menu haa been
prepared. - Music n Sundays-and holi
days.''' 'n V . ' ' '
- Do yon know that tha new Wei s bach
mantle will not pop or eatch fire at
bottom of burner when being lightadf
Fits any gas burner. Get them at Man
ning's. 41 Third street. TeL Main MIL
Bankrupt Bale Clothing, gents fur
nishing goods, hats, caps, trunks, va
lises, boots and shoes, etc, at greatly
reduced prices. To be sold In 10 days.
10 North Sixth street, corner Everett.
Cash or Credlu Watches. Diamonds,
Jewelry and Silverware on easy weekly
payments. 11 down. 50c per week; open
evenings. Metsger It Co., Jewelers and
Opticians, 111 Sixth street. . .
Bankrupt Sale Clothing, gents fur
nishing goods, hats, caps, trunks, va
lises, boots,- shoes, etc at greatly re
duced prices. To be sold la 10 days,
tl First street.
On December tt all companies of the
state guard will be Inspected by Colonel
Jsmes .Jackson, orders to that effect
having been ' issued to the different
organisations. . .
The Friedman Packing Co. wishes all
Its patrons "A Merry Christmas' and
"A Happy Nw Tear." Be sure you see
their ad. on the market page of tonight's
Journal. .- .,- v .. - ; y . , ." ''
' Holiday packages Special attention
given to delivery of holiday package.
Reliable messengers dispatched to any
part of city, - Call phone Main SO. .
. Official photographs, Lewis and Clark
exposition, plsin and hand-eolored; beau
tiful and appropriate gifts, at small
cost. 140 Morrison street.
i.000 Children's hooks at eostTM
best plsce In Portland to buy your
book gifts for children. Swing's Book
Store, 117 Salmon street . f .
Grand ball Xmaa night Arioir iali
Elegant door prise free. Good music
Admission tO oents. ladles free. Pro
fessor p Eaton, manager. ; ;" ;; '
", Speoial watch sals this week; dla
etviA Uwftlrv llvirwin. clocka
cut glass, . umbrellas. - A. Vullleumter J
101 Washington street.
We clean and press your clothes and
shine your shoes f on 11.00 per month.
Unique Tailoring Co. 17 Washington.
Main 114. .-, : -, , ", . . s, - -
Many dimes can be saved by reading
the . advertisement or tne - ineomu
Packing Co., First and Columbia streota
r Holiday Oooda Nothing nicer for
presents than pictures. Closing out sale
at cost Art store, niH rourxn street.
' Any watch cleaned. IL Any main
anrlng. II. All work guaranteed one
year at Metsger Co., Ill Sixth street
' i u '
An elegant turkey dinner at the Cot
tage Waffle Chrletmae for (0 cents;
11:10 to 0 p. rn. i nixtn street.
Robert Hoe, Jr., of New Tork, head of
tne nrm or pnmini Hi.Hui.u
turers. is visiting la the city.
Tou will find everything In Watches,
Diamonds and Silverware at Beck's, the
Jeweler. 307 Morrison street' , . - -
Portland's best dancing school, 100
Alder. Prof. Rlngler, Miss Bucksnmeyer.
Fine aift Memorandum Books for
gentlemen. Kilham's, 140 Washington st
Only three days more of this great
sale. Everything goes at almost noth
ing. Diamonds, watches. Jewelry, cut
glaas, etc, sold to the highest bidder.
Your last chance to get nice Chrlatmaa
presents at prices that eannot be dupli
cated elsewhere. Lease and fixtures for
sale. Auction sale at 10, 1 and T
o'clock. Seats for ladles, Loewen
Steln's, I01H Washington street
Largest and best assortment of holi
day slippers, lowest prices, Rosenthal's
140 Third street
Quality considered, Rosenthal's ' Shoe
Store quotes the lowest prices on holi
day footwear. .J'.-
Address, - calling, engagement and
shopping lists at Kilham's 140 Wash
Acme Oil Co. sells the best safety coal
oils and Una gasolines. Phone East ISO.
Men's . Pockolbooka. .card and . pass
cases at Kilham's. 140 Washington st
Bridge Whist. 000" and other card
sets at Kilham's, S40 Washington st '
Fine Desk Furnishing" and inkstands
at Kilham's, 140 Washington street
Ladles, be sure you read the Friedman
Packing Co.'s ad. In tonight's paper.
- Fine chicken dinner tec, 101 Third.
. The Vegetarian cafe. 101 Sixth,
Frits' tamales are the best .,
MILLIONS TO BE SPENT
-. .... .
. , (Continued from Page One.)
haa not taken in anything north of that
state." - r.-7
While In the east he spent the time
visiting electrical manufacturing plants
and attending to business of the com
pany In New Toric Ha made -various
purchases of machinery and equipment
for the new plant and oiiioe ouitaing.
The structure will be of steel, and flre-
nroof - - - . '''
Henry EJ. Keeo. secretary oi .- ine
Lewis end Clark Exposition company,
has been preparing a final statement of
the business of the corporation, and Its
completion ms dhs wiiib; -turn
of President Ooode. It Is Intended
to reach a final settlement of the busi
ness of the company, wind, np Its af
fairs and pay over to the -stockholders
whatever Is coming to thenhy the first
of the year. . , -'
Mr. Goods had not found time at a
late hour today to have a conference
with .Secretary Reed. They will prob
ably go over the mattera pending and
dlapoee of them tomorrow, when au
thoritative announcementa concerning
the settlement may be mada, .
. , i,; 0 ii .i
. . , . Watches Free. - -
With every purchase of a suit over
coat, or cravenette, Saturday morning,
at London Clothing company, 171 Third
A Uerry Christmcs
RIlSS ' .
And , Other- Christmas ' -C
Attractions. ::"' (
Beginning Monday, Decem
ber 25, including the famous
C:; aggregation ' . "'
; Quintette and
Program Changed Daily.
Bntraaees at II Worth Third
street, ai, S3 and 08 Vorth See
ad street, and 143, S4S and ST.
.: Burnslde street. .'.'
watches, mamonos, jbwslbt akb
-. , ' SILVEftWABB. .
TOCft, CmiCDIT . 18 OOOO WITH Cn. '
li.oo rowif oo cbwti n witutt "
METZGER Co. CO.
. Ill SIXTH KU1 WaHlH0T0t.'
Bssjrsasawwaaasnstae , j
1 . '
Chamber of Commerce Commit
tee Makes Personal Inspec
tion of the Big Mole. .
EARNESTLY URGES NEED
OF CONTINUING CONTRACT
Citliens Advised to Take the Trip to
tha Mouth of tha River and Sea or
. Themselves the Immense Project
-and Progress That Haa Been Made.
In order to Inspect the Columbia river
Jetty and ascertain the condition of the
work a committee representing the
chamber of commerce made a trip yes
terday to the mouth of the river. The
party consisted of George W. Boschke,
chief engineer, of the O. K. N. Co.; 8.
at, Meara, C. F. Adams of the Port of
Portland commission. A. H. Devere and
I. N. TeaL At Astoria they were Joined
by Brenam Van Dueen and at Port
Stevens by Gerald Bagnall. the realdent
engineer lit charge of the Jetty work.
Mr. Bagnall escorted the party out on
the "Jetty and over the entire plant
showing every courtesy to the visitors.
The members of the committee came
back to Portland deeply Impressed with
the necessity of maintaining continuous
work on the Jetty. All of them are con
vinced that a 40-foot channel will un
questionably be obtained when the Im
provements ot the mouth f"Jthe river
have been- completed. In describing the
trip and the observations of the com
mittee Mr. Teal said today:"
precautions for Safety. ;
Up to 11 ' o'clock It was unsafe to
go on the - Jetty on account of heavy
seas, but In the afternoon at low tide
the water calmed down, the sun came
out, and we were enabled to go over
the entire length of the Jetty and see
everything to good advantage. Bvery
precaution Is taken for the safety of
the men. and the work, ' a strict block
system being maintained for the oper
ation of trains aa weU as track walkers,
and a telephone system; la fact every
thing that could be thought of to guard
against' accident on such a dangerous
The Jetty is now fully six miles hi
length and the rock work, while not
oompleted, extends to the end. This
year they have put In place about 00,
000 tons of rock, which Is an excellent
showing.- The amount authorised to be
expended' under the continuing contract
-will be exhausted about January 1. and
at. that time the money en hand from
the old appropriation will also be ex
hausted, excepting an amount sufficient
for maintenance. The work will be
shut down about January 1 until a
further appropriation Is made. In the
meantime the plant - will be gone- over
and put In order, ready to proceed with
despatch If a further appropriation Is
. Walt for Appropriation.
"The oontractors furnishing the rock
are carrying the contract under the
expenditure3 Authorised to be made in
Jthe sundry civil bill ' and eannot of
course receive any money for the work
done under this contract until the ap
propriation ts actually made. Since
August last they have been receiving
certificates for their work, which cannot
be paid until, the appropriation Is mada
"While, of course, but a general idea
could; be given by a -visit such aa we
made, the entire committee was -thoroughly
impressed with tbs fact that tha
project as contemplated ts entirely feas
ible and will produce the results, the
question being only a matter of money"
and the amount of work that can be
done within a given time. It Is there
fore of the utmost Importance that thla
work be continuoualy pushed.. On re
turning to Astoria the committee spent
an hour with the pilots, going over the
matter from their standpoint, and found
them willing to answer, .all questions
fully and frankly. They have a thor
ough knowledge of the actual situa
tion and the information that they gave
waa valuable. 'v ,
raver Continuing' Contract.
"The committee has not had time to
thoroughly digest all of the facts, but
la agreed that tha first requisite at
this time Is to get an emergency ap
propriation of lioo.ooo or isoo.ooe to
continue the work after the plant la
put In shape, until say July, and In the
meantime It Is' the committee's convio
tlon that It thla work la to be completed
within a reasonable time every one
should stand for a law authorising a
continuing contract and making an ap
propriation of sufficient amount to In
sure Its completion. Any one who will
look over the situation will see at
once that thla Is the only economical
and speedy way ef getting this work
"It is unquestionable that a1 40-foot
channel can be had. It la stmply.-ame.i-ter
of time. The committee will prob
ably meet next week and go over the
matter again after having had time to
think It over. However, to those that
desire to understand this subject ' and
to appreciate the fact that one ef tha
greatest river and harbor works in the
United States la In progress at the
mouth of the river, we strongly urge
a trip to. Fort Stevens and an examina
tion of the work. Otherwise one simply
cannot. appreciate It or understand it"
NORTHERN PACIFIC "
MAY UNITE TWO LINES
The Northern Pacific Ballroad com
pany haa placed a surveying party in
the field to run preliminary surveys for
a connecting link between Hcappoose. on
the Ooble line, and a point near Ver
nonla. on the route of the Lytic road
from Portland to Tillamook. '
This sotlon la la adcord with the plan
of the promoters of the Tillamook road
to make connections and traffic arrange
mentsi with ' the Northern Paclfte and
Southern Paclflo companies. The link
between Scappooee and Vernonla wilt be
eight or 1 miles and will be built- and
operated by the Northern Paclflo. It Is
said, unless arrangements are made at
some future time by the Lytic company
to take over the line to. Scappooee and
Incorporate It In the Tlllamook-Portland
system .-, . ' ' ".
Y. M.C.A. NrcHT.SCHOOL.
Winter Term Opens Tuesday, Jaaaary a.
Ciaaaea In arithmetic, algebra, archi
tectural and mechanical drawing, book
keeping, carpentry, tminuirr. sitt,
electricity, English grammar, geometry.
engineering, plumbing, shorthand, type
writing, penmansnip, vow musio, wwuu
earvlng. Specie schools Forestry, Automobile
and poultry raising.
Catalogue and folders may be had en
application. .;,. .
Calot Brec Turalrare, '
Out ef the high-rent district. ' ;
A . . M.
i) n. )
v J for It as they are going up so fast Don't Imagine
,- J you will have to pay a large amount for a moder
ate alse stone. We are not charging the fancy
prices asked by some dealers. We would rather make a email profit on
ten diamonds than a large amount on one stone. We believe In advertis
ing, and happy oustomere are the best "ads' we can get No matter how
little you wish to pay, we can supply you. -
We Have Some Very EXCELLEffT WATCHES
In gold and gold-tilled, that we are selling a great many of for Chrlat
maa presents. They start as low as i.60, 11.00, $4 2i for boys; .60,
tl drto., Co Itulteaaad i7.F0, $8.60, 110.00 for gentlemen. The more
elaborate gold-filled and oolld gold watches, with many Jewels, are higher.
In price. For Instance, 25 or 35 buys a watch good enough for any
body, with ouch works aa the famous Howards, Hamilton, Hampden.
Gruen and other fine movements. When we sell a watch it most be a
timekeeper. That's our guarantee.
Doat Tray until
CATATOOTTl! FRKR TO
if OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS.
Call and examine them. They are all guaranteed to be this '
year's goods. We manufacture, we "recover, we repair at
specially low prices. Give us a call and you will come again
. 4; ' 1 . , and bring your friends. ' - . -
- SATURDAY SPECIAL,
f 25X0 UmbreUaa '"""f?-52
$20.00 Umbrellaa fJi'Sx
': : $15.00 Ufnbrellaa "f1- '
$10.00 Umbrellaa f
''-. $.5.00 Umbrellaa ....... a.ou :
Bartlett & Palmer
, Store OperTEveninrfa. CORNER SIXTH AND ALDER STS.
IP YOU WANT SOMETHING DIFFERENT, SOMETHING
- - UNIQUE AND ORIGINAL, IN -
Breast Pins, Scarf Pins,
Hat Pins, Chains
- -I.-. ' i . v',i' ,."'. " r:.' ! . 'V ,".;'';' .'. i'.v ' :' "
For Christmaa presents, we invite you to look at our atock. We
have the largest and beat collection of gooda we ever had.
We give particular attention to our atock of Watches, and the
selection of one here will be an eipecial pleasure for two
reasons. We offer a matchlesa assortment of American makes
YOU ARE CERTAIN TO OBTAIN THE BEST IN
QUALITY AND STYLE at whatever price you deaire to pay.
p FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
AU-Salem Stan vs. Moltnotnah Athletic Club
Multnomah Field, Christmas Day at 2-30 P. M.
Rain or Shine. Admission 75c. " '
Tickets on sale at Schiller's, Wlttschen & Cameron's, Nan's and Kowe Mar
Sf" pharmacies, Perkins Hotel and Olds, Wortman King'a.
Turkey" and -Hoop
Skatlna Kerr Afternoon and Evening.
: Admlaelon ltfcTt. e' .
Seventh and Oak
" WONDBRFUI. ;-',.
( - : , curbs. v .. ' -
roR baljb ai allj rmuooiaTfi. -
- All Happy for $6.
To you know that t down and It a
month will place artne high-grade piano
In your home Chrlatmaa morning and
make thlfT the moat Joyous Christmaa of
all? Ellers Plane House, til Washing
ton street, oorner rark. , - ,
... 111 1 . ham. aanl. M.M
you. fet our prices.
Morrison St., Neer Fifth
3,000 Umbrellas to be sold at
price during the next two days.
19th and Washington Streets
The greatest place of amusement In the
city. Skating every afternoon and even
ing. Private Instruction every morn
ing. Parsons- orchestra every evening.
Admission 10e. Skates Koi'
Ladles and children admitted free aft
ernoons and.rnornlngB. Skatea reeerved
by phone Main (!(.-
Learn to 8kat With the Crowd
$5 REWARD $5
For Information leading to conviction ef
any one cutting or destroying tree a
IN WALNUT PARK
W. M. KILLINGS WORTH
FRANK M. WARREN
Milwaukle Country Club; :
Eastern and Seattle raeea ' Take Sell-
wood and Oregon City eara af.rirst and
Alder. . , J
At Half Pric
Ladies' and Men's Slippers,
and $2, worth - double the
price. Men's Fancy House
Coats. $2.50, $3.50 and
$5.00, worth twice as much
regular. . 80c Suspenders,
Arm Bands, Silk Initial
Handkerchiefs, at 25v
Good assortment of Men's
and Youths Suits, Over
coats, Pants and Hats at One
Half Price of their value.
Bigr .bargains in Men's Un
derwear and Overshirts;
also a full line of Trunks.
Suit Cases, Blankets and
.AT TWO STOSES
CorTlrst and YarohiH ssd
Cor. Third and Davis
aToaaoo.a xatxx. mora.
Mtk aa4 Waak. Bta. X. L. aaekett, 1m. Kt.
- TOJrtOHT jtATmra tokokkow.
axcnvKO wrra boabs ot xaughteb.
ALL THE COMFORTS
. WUliaai 'aMUetto's nat Ooaieir. ;
PSICES Nlfbt, S5 to TBC 'IUta. 13c to We.
Next Week "Blue Jeans
- aFKCIAL . ZXaS XATOrXS.
MAkQCAM OSAXD THKATRK
All week tc Inning with the Okrietmaa
Btatlnee. Eitra nUiMe Tharedar and Hat.
area?, alelvllle R. RiTnx.n.l iirmu Hit
rartooa enated "BUiTE B80WM"
Maalar Hice aa "tUj.(-r" 45 People la tee
Compear. - Pratt . f lrla, catchy aioale, ee
llfhtful eawd. '
I1ATINRB PRICES Lower oor, TSr and tOc.
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