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.. -Th Oren chatter f the Daughters
, of the Confederacy observed Texas
day'Vat their f ocular meetlnc laat FrU
day evening at' Rlnglrra hall. ' Texas
' women acted as' hostesses and the pro
gram consisted of speeches, readings
and muslo by Texaa men and women.
' Tom Richardson of the Portland Com
' merelal club paid tribute to. Texaa and
. Texas people . In - a ' short - speech. He
. was followed by Mrs. George 8tovall,-f
who read a paper extolling the charms
of her native slate. Mia ..Elisabeth.
""" Craig read a historical sketch of . the
- siege of the Alamo and Mrsj Day a pa
per on the life of John H. Reagan.
Mrs. William J. Thornhtll gaTe a a4
. lng and Miss Mamie Duff sang The
, Bonnie Blue Flag-.' Captain Burkbart
,, read a paper on the life of General Al
bert Sidney . Johnston. " Musical enter'
. talnment was given, by Beatrice -Wilson,
Mr. McHolland and others. The
V reception committee consisted of Mes
f. dames Craig,' Duff, Ansley; BtovaJl.
. Tbornhlll and the Misses Hortense and
Hilda Craig, Duff, Ansley and Booser.
t Lraf-delayed Improvements to Fort
.... land Height are now being made. Con
tractors have a large force of men at
, work tearing out all . the old wooden
sidewalks and these are to be replaced
With walks of concrete.. ' In 'addition
' te the Improvements to the walks,
H Streets are being graded and a number
.4pf them. will be macadamised. The
' "greatest Improvement will be to Six
teenth street and the much-talked -a bout
terrace walk and drive will be made.
This walk will be one of the greatest
.; . scenio walks In. the country. Btartlng
from ' Fourteenth and Hall streets It
' will skirt along the edge of the city,
' giving pedeatrtana an unobstructed view
of the city and mountains. .'
- $1.69 excursion today on the Columbia
- river through the Cascade mountains to
the 14.000,000 Cascade Locks, requiring
f $ yesrs to build. : The steamer Charles
. R, Spencer,, that most delightful water
craft, conceded. the fastest of the river
at earners; will "depart "from "tBe"T)aR
" street dock at t a. m., making the (
mile run up the river in a couple of
hours," returning to Portland at p.m.
All the wonderful waterfalls (Multno
mah, 100 feet), canyons and towering
mountains, together ,wlth . the "noted
. Castle - Rock, are seen on this scenic
"rtdet"he weildi" The-htah- wataa.of
the present adds additional interest to
.; the excursion. Meala served on board,
or passengers nay carry lunches. .
Perfectly .'made. - , There's fashion,
., " comfort and style In the suits We make.
.They have Individuality and beauty and
make lho owner glad to wear them.
We - make-any-patteran 3ur store -to
your order, for only $J5--no more.
no less and - we aee - that - they have
the best appearance good work can give
. jthera. " We are ever ready to show our
goods and the workmanship, and deem
. ' it a favor to be called upon to do so.
If you hare been paying $36 and $10 for
your suits, don't do it. Give us a trial
order and see what we will do for $15.
"Unique Tailoring company, 109 Stark
street,, between Fifth and Sixth.
.. Special "bargains on men's and youths'
outing suits; regular- $12 and tit grades
for 33. $7.60 and $. Outing pants. $1.
$1.10 and $S; worth double the price.
Oolf and negligee shirts -lie.-tl-and
- $1.60. Just .one-half - what- high-rent
stores charge. " A general line of shoes
of all styles, from toe to $1 saved on
, every pair compared with other store
prices. It is to your interest to Inveetl-
. gate ...our special bargain, sale. ' John
ti.is-tPU.t-,rr.t1 .n n
' North Third street. .
V Oliver W. Stewart nf " Chicago will
speak at the First Christian church,
, corner Park and Columbia, next Monday
night.- Hla subject wUl- ba 'Th Prob - t
lem of Intemperance." Mr. Stewart has
been national chairman of the Prohibi
tion party and was the only Prohibi
tionist ever elected to the Illinois legis
lature. The. lecture is free. Mr. Stewart
Is a friend of Rev. E. S. Muckley; pas
tor of the First .Christian church, and
delivers his lecture la passing through,
- as he hs spoken-a number of times in
Portland. r : . ,
. . Modern Woodmen of America- Me
morial day, first Sunday in June. Me
morial services will be held at the Tay
lor street M. E. church Sunday morning
at 10:30. .AH members of the Modern
Woodmen and Royal Neighbors are ear
neatly requested- to meet at the Modern
Woodmen office, $1 Chamber of Com
merce, at 10 o'clock sharp. Bring as
many flowers as you can. By order of
Come in today at any time between
10 and t oclock and let us make
a negative for you. If you have never
seen our work you have not looked upon
the very best that can be produced in
photographlo beauty. There is no 'more
complete equipment on earth than that
possessed by us. , tl Is all new and it
is all modern. ' K. W. Moore, t Elks'
'TbulTdlnf, Be venirand" Stark.
Oregon City River Trips. Sunday
boats leave Taylor street 1:30, 11:10
a. m.; 3:30 p. m. Leave Oregon City,
10 a. m., 1:30, 1:30 p. m. Round trip, 36c.
A Jury In the United States district
court yesterday afternoon decided that
M. F. Copley waa not entitled to any
damages from the Southern Pacific
Our stock in th!$ line if the
most complete and modern of
its kind in the city. All the
latest fads and fancies that have
become so . popular are to' be
found atSour store. The follow
ing are a few of the numerous
rr DOQ r COLLARS,- ton it re j
of an unusually varied and1 at
BEADS in all the latest de
signs. .. . ; ' :";.jr
, . Prices Most Reasonable.
285 MORRISON ST.
Jewelers and Silversmiths. ,
Lowest Priced Jewelry ..House
for HighGrade Goods.
' . "
Do a general Banking, Trust and Sav
ings business, We also have one of
the best SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS
on the Pacifies roast. We pay I- per cent
Interest on checking accounts. " And
on savings accounts. We act astrustees
for estates, - corporations and Individ
uals. We have Safety Deposit Boxes
to rent from 34 per year up. A Safety
Deposit Box is the only SAFE place to
keep Bonds, Mortgages, Deeds, Notes,
Policies or other valuable . papers or
Jewelry. Call and Inspect Our elegant
vaults. A i -
. t , Portland, Oregon:. '
Comer Sixth Wesalngtom Streeea,
,W. H. MOORE, - , ' E. B. LYTLB,
.. jremaent. .vice-rres. ...
' W. COOPER MORRIS. Cashier,
DIRECTORS W.C H. Moore. H. " R.
Lytic, Leo Frlede, H. A. Moore, W.
OPES SATVXSATS to 3. SC. "
company for Injuries sustained during
an accident at Henderson station last
fall. Copley sued for $11,009, alleging
that his fall from the Inclined plane, up
Which be waa wheeling mortar, was due
to the company s negligence. The jury
decided, that Copley took. his own risk
at the time and did not produce evidence
showing any officer of the -Southern
Pacific to. have been. ngllgent,..
. Portland is the first coast etty north
of San. Francisco to have a suitable
residence for the graduate nurses.
Pupil nurses are-comfortably housed
during their three yesrs "of training
school Ufa by the various hospitals at
which they study ' and nurse. After
graduation they -have had to live in
jiHwu-fimtiii. . .1 ....t:-rT irtff
graduate nurses' residence is a fine,
modern three-story building erected at
the 'corner of Third and Montgomery
streets. It" waa planned by. Miss L. a.
Richardson, a graduate of 'the North
western hospital at - Minneapolis, and
was opened on June 1 by her.
Sheriff "T6m "WorTnhas app"6TrRed -I4
additional deputies .to assist. : in ... the
preservation of order at the polls to
morrow. They are:;. Pat rwera JL.JL
Reynolde, Max Frledenthal, George I.
Smith, J. D. Shatto. Wilbur Campbell,
T. F. Hope.- H. Me Og'den. 8. J. Stllwell.
William Carr, Scott Gilbert,- Samuel
Grlaaom. O. C. Thornton, A. N. Smith,
J. C Sandstrom. -Timothy Wood. F. P.
King. George Baker. H. M. Wagner. M.
P. Cannon, Edgar Allen, "C. W. Ransom,
JrH.Temple-ant-John- L. Meek,
Trolley excursions on the O. W. P.
today to ' Oregon City. Canemah park
and Cresham, . 3Sc; all-, points eaat of
Qresham, to and. Including Estacada on
the upper Clackamas river, 60c round
trip. Dinner at Hotel Estacada 76c
Cars leave First and Alder street for
Oregon City on the odd hours end every
40 minutes for Gresham and' Estacada,
ll:$0.1:30. 1:40, :44. T:16.
iicxeie on saie in wan;ng room. T
' The United Railways company moved
its offices yesterday to the Common
wealth building, where it is occupying
- Jr P""-' h fourth floor Tern-1
porary rental offices also have been es
tablished by the Commonwealth Bank
Trust company, owners of ths building,
on the same floor. .The remodeling of
the building Is now practically com
pleted and a large number of the offices
are occupied. '
The' will of Ruth Scott ltas been ad
mitted to probate In the county court.
The property, said to be worth $3,000, is
to be I divided equally between Jacob
Stevenson, Robert O. Stevenson and El
len Latourette, -children ef 4he deceased..
Ida N. Scort, a daughter-in-law. Is de
vised $1. Circuit Judge M. C George
U named as executor.
Water through hose for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks, or washing porches
Ar windows, must be paid for In advance
ami -needonly betwenthyhuuri uf t
and 3 a. m. and I and I p. in. It mutt
not be used for sprinkling streets. If
used contrary to these rules, or waste-
run y, it will be shut off. ,
B. P. O. Elks. The members of Port
land lodge. No. 143, are requested to
meet in our lodge-room today- (Sunday)
at 3 p. m. to conduct the funeral serv
ice of our late brother, W. N. Chambers.
Visiting brothers Invited to assist By
order of the exalted ruler. John B.
Judge Webster has admitted the will
of Henry Hoehler to probate in the
county court. The petition asking that
the will be probated alleges that the
estate consists of real estate valued at
$1,600. All the property Is left to the
widow, Mrs. Lena Hoehler,' who is
Evergreen f Sanitarium. 940 Corbett
street, A-trutet-roms for thorslek of
both sexes and women in confinement.
In charge of graduate nurses from Bel
levue and Polyclinic, New York. Splen
didly furnished rooms and surgery la
connection. Telephone Mala 1300. . :- .
Articles of Incorporation of the firm
of Bonham V Currier have been filed in
the county clerk's office by Edmonds
S. currier, Harry W. Bonham and
George J. Perkins. The object Is to
carry on a, general 'merchandise busi
ness. Capital stock $6,000.
White Temple, 8unday10:30, Dr.
Brougher, "Deuteronomy, Lord's sup-
AlHster. "Keep Your -Word' " Dr. Rader,
rair x i j ; nr. nrougner, -us LP to
You." .Fine music.
aces! : .
Portland Hunt club. '
. Saturday, June 3. 130$. Eight races.
Beginning -1:$0 p. m. ' .. ,
The Gillespie School of Expression
will give their Juns reeltat as m -beneflt
for San Francisco schools Wednesday
t-enlng. June .13. in Empire theatre,
corner Twelfth and Morrison streets. ,
This will remind yon that now la the
time to have your hair mattresses reno-
Main 474. The Portland Curled Hair
rectory, tt. uetsger, proprietor.
Watches, diamonds and Jewelry on
easy paymanta. $t down and $0 cents per
week, - All mainsprings $1; sll watches
cleaned $1. Metsger Go 111 Sixth St.
The Sacred' Ilcarlt Dramatic ( club
spent Decoration day at Mount Angel,
where It presented the play. The Heart
- V. "
i : k
jColonel Robert A- Miller; Demtfcratle Candidate lor Attorney-General.
LIEUTENANT ROEDER, FILIPINO
SCOUT LEADER, IN PORTLAND
' Lieutenant and Mrs. Alfred Roeder
are vietAng in this city, from the Phil
ippines, . where the lieutenant, has been
on duty-constantly since June 13. 1831.
Lieutenant "Roeder la one of tfie original
officers of the Philippine Scouts, ap
pointed on July"!, 1301, underthe pro
vision ox section ei mt-tJwiiinw,
February 3. 1301. and reappolntedLunder
the same act July 1, 1908.
- By reason- of his conspicuous work in
the field' against insurgents 1n the
Philippines In 189$ and 1000. though In
a subordinate grade at that time, he
was recommended by his superior of
ficers for commission, and also received
mention in the official cabla report of
the commanding general on -December
1. 13. i.
: Since July 13. 1300, Lieutenant Boe
der has been In command of the Forty
eecond company Philippines Scouts for
merly companies - A and B Negros
Scouts, -who were provisionally organ
ised by-General J. F.-Smlth, .U. S. V.,
now vice-governor of the . Philippine
Islands, Into a body of Philippine troops
In the service of the United States, and
reorganised as the Philippine Scouts on
October 1. 1901. ,
Lieutenant Boeder Is .stationed at
Boao, oa the Island of Marlndlque. He
says the natives are quickly learning
to speak English, the educational de
partment having worked wonders since
the American occupation. The Filipinos
make good soldiers and they have some
excellent army bands over there. '
of a Hera" The play was well enacted
and was highly praised by the specta
tors. Thoss who took part In the pro
duction were Ed Blanchard, William
Hekkemper. J. Urquhart, Charles Shive
ly. T- A. McDonald, Miss N. Shlvely,
Miss Mary Washer, MtM Lena. Bherltt
and . Miss Anna Mann. The members
were royally entertained by the mayor
of Mount Angel and by the Right Rev.
Abbott and Father Piacldus.- :
Butxer's seeds won cold medals at the
exposition. His lawn graas ' and sweet
peas were declared the best. 133 Front
street, between Yamhill and Taylor.
We are still selling eye glasses at tl)
a. perfccffltrguaranteedor money re
funded. Metsger aVCd.. Ill Sixth street
'Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conn at home,
339 Grant street, Sunday, June I, be
tween t and i p. m. ' .r'
Entertainment - and dance tonight.
Ringlet's hall. Sixth -nd Alder. Par
sons' music ..
Dancing at Cedar Park, Sunday after
nooa and evening. Special late cars.
Acme Oil Co. sells the beat safety ell
and fine gasolines. Phone East '739. -.
For Rent, 335 A 9-room house, 839
Montgomery, between Third and Fourth.
Dancing at Cedar Park, Sunday after
noon and evening., Special late cars.
For Quality, Quantity and Quickness
sTO. to Morris restaurant. i
Panama hatter, Jill 4th. Phone Pac. 39T.
Wooster, the fruit' king. "
The " Northweetern -- Ortarantee - tt
THOSE WHO PROMISE TO '
' STAND BY STATEMENT NO. 1
Of the 19 Republicans and Democrats who are asking the voters of Mult
nomah county to support their candidacy for the legislature 33 have taken
statement No. 1. The men who are pled sd to support the people's choice for
United States senator. Irrespective Of party are as follows: .
3 A A. BAlLKT lAlht SSfilToTT
tl JAMES V. CAMPBELL, Joint rep-
81 L. It ADAMS. , .
$9 J. C. BATER, i; .
71WOSKPH W. BEVERIDOE.'
71 DAVID CT BURNS.
74 JOHN B: COFFET -
78 JOHN DRISCOLL.
78 ROBERT 8. VARRELL.
... The men who have refused to tak e
they know what the people want better
34 41. C Beach, senator.
70 N. D, Bautgen.
78 Wlllard H. Chapln.
T7 Frank F. Freeman. . u ' "
78 Harry E. Northup.
T 9 Robert W. Wilson,
- ....v.L. ro:;iLAUD, cu..-jay
f: . . t" '.'.:;..: . : r, s.
Lieutenant Alfred Roeder.
Trust company, second floor of the Lum
ber Exchange building, have found it
necessary to double tbelr floor spaoe.;
Milwaukia Country Club.
WeTflphTl-drTaulsvine rices. Take
Sellwood and Oregon City "ears at First
and Alder. ..
... Voters. : "
D. C. Burns lived In Portland, an
alien for 31 years arid made his for
tqne here. - On - February 3 7, 1 90S. ha
got the itch tor office and took out his
naturalisation papersIn admitting hlra
to cltlienahlp judge Fraser remarked
that Mr. Burns ought to be ashamed
of himself, 7 " . .,.
. Yt Gods.
When are the people going to quit
sending political mercbandlse and pre
paid stock to Salem to select senators
for them 7 Elect only statement ino. 1
All .excursion tickets to the east and
return will be good on the famous
"North Coast Limited" the only electric
lighted modern train from Portland to
the east- Why not travel on the beat?
It does not cost any more to travel on
the "North Coast Limited" than it does
on any other train. .
" SO" A. F. FLEOBl
$S FRANCIS CLARNO, senator.
83 A. P. NELSON, Joint representative.
80 W. P. ADAMS. J
83 T. J. CONCANNON. ; 77
83 JOHN DA NN ELLS. .-
M-Br-N.-KMEItTr-' " " "
S E. As GES8ELL.
S WILLIAM HORAN.
37 GEORGE L. HUTCHIK
FRED C. KINO.
39 H. L. KREIDT. '
90 ISAAC 8WETT.
$1 D. M. WATSON.
statement New. 1 and whs believe that
than the people themselves, are:
81 E. 1L Cahalln, representative.
I . - ""
( ... ,;-b rv-7;
norj:i..o, jm:z z.'
Citizens of This State Vote for
Best Man Regardless of
HISTORY OF THE STATE
- 7 REVEALS THIS FACT
Men of Oregon Think and Then Vote
. for Candidates They Know to Be
Best Qualified to Fill the Offices to
yhlcb. They Aspire." . 1
Study of the political records reveals
that the average Oregfra voter is not
tied band and foot by party ties. As a
rulewhtn a cltlsen of this state de
cide for himself who la the best man
for an office, whether that office be
prealdent or constable,, ha ignores the
Lcry of the spellbinder and votes as con
ception of his duty as a cltlsen dl
- In national politics Oregon la Repub
lican, but from 1863,- when tt was car
ried by Horatio Seymour, a Democrat,
until 1300, the Republican majority was
not large. It fell as low as 171 In 1880,
and- in 1893 the fuslonlsta succeeded in
winning one of the presidential eleeforST'
The Republican 'majority in 1900 was in
excess of 18,000 and in 1904 It waa al
most 43.000, but in both these years
many thousands of Democrats showed
their independence of party ties by sup
porting the Republican presidential can
didate. . Following the big Republican
majority of. 1900, George E. Chamber
lain," Democrat, waa eleoted governor
in 1903 by a plurality of - 346, which
plurality represented a change of about
7,000 votes. . , ; --,
This County Independent,
'; Multnomah county Is particularly In-dependent--.
In - June, 1904, Frank A.
Moore, Republican nomtftee for supreme
Judge, carried the county by 7.328 votes,
yet at that very same election Tom
Word, Democrat, waa elected sheriff
by a plurallty'of ftesriy i,$o and John
MannIngTJem"6crt ' was" Sleeted' ais
trlct attorney by. more than 3,400. ' In
the following November the county gave
Reoaevolt 11.000 over .-.Parker, which
meant that Roosevelt carried Multno
mah by to 1, but In the city election
f June, 1905, half a year later, when
It-was declared that the-election of a
Bulloan rflaywjtJ'ortlaiid-waa nso-.
essarytoPreeident. Roosevelt's happi
ness, the city turned round and gave
Dr.- Harry Lane, Democrat, -1,30$ ma
Other counties have shown the same
kind of Independence. The cry that the
prealdent Just before 'election sleeps
with one eye wide open and fixed on
Oregon is - always heard In campaign
time. That cry saved Btnger Hermann
twice, but the people are now convinced
that President- Roosevelt s only- desire
,1s that the. people of Oregon shall rec
ognise honesty and merit wherever they
find It. Therefore James Wlthyeombe
and "various other candidates who are
raising the-"vindlcat the prealdent"
appeal are likely to find that only their
own worth will be considered by the
great mass of Independent voters. The
indications are that all faithful officials
will be rewarded next Monday, and that
the list of victors will Include the
names of Senator Gearln, ." Governor
Chamberlain and Sheriff Word.
BH SMITH GETS LEASE OH
Forced to Civ Up Present Quar
ters to Make Way for ,
. . Max Smith, who recently received
notice to vacate the present quarters
ef his restaurant at the comer of Fifth
and Morrison streets to make way for
the conatructlon of a new office build
ing by the Corbett estate, has taken a
10-year leaae on the Calumet restaurant
Ontleventh."" tetween Alder and Wash
ington streets, H will move between
June II and 30. He aald: ,-
"I received notice to vacate the pres
ent quarters several weeks ago. .. J un-J
derstand the owners of this corner will
erect an office building immediately.
The Calumet restaurant will be over
hauled and put In first-class condition
for me, The dining-room is about 40
by .71 feet and will afford capacity for
enlarging my business. I shall try to
move by June it."
Plana are being completed for a six
or etcht-story brick building to occupy
the ground 100 by 100 feet atthe-eoutb-east
corner of Fifth and Morrison, now
occupied by the old Multnomah build
ing, a frame structure, and the low
building in which is the Savoy restau
rant, managed by Smith, fronting on
Fifth street. The other tenants of the
present structures have been provided
with other quarters. It Is said the
new building will be put np this year.
MODERN WOODMEN WILL
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE
A simple 'memorial service will be
held this morning at 10.: $0 o'clock at
Taylor Street Methodist thuroh by the
six Portland camps of Modern Woodmen
of . America and their auxiliary order,
the Royal Neighbors. An attendance
of nearly 1,000 la expected. This Is the
first . time the Modern ' Woodmen have
undertaken to hold a general memorial
service In this city, although the order
has been in existence' in Portland many
years with a large membership.
The members will meet first at state
headquarters,' 319 Chamber of Com
merce building, at 10 tfolock a harp, re
ceive badges and form Into line, after
which' theywnrmarcli to the-ehnTch:-
Th, aervlca will be conducted by Rev.
F. Burgette Shori. C6mmTireesfrerir'
the various camps will than proceed te
the cemeteries and decorate the grates
of deceased member ,
If. ever a man were entitled to re
election that man Is Shsrtff Tom M.
Word. He has done hie sworn duty by
the people and no man can be challenged
on' a record like that. He has oleaned
the grafters out of Portland, closed
op the gambling dens and In doing so
drove a horde of thieves and licensed
highwaymen out of the city. He has saved
the taxpayers money and enforced the
laws. He Is the first sheriff this county
eve had who made the office count
for' something. The people have tried
him and know what ha la. They will
not turn him, out of office for a man
SI i fiel W t Jal AW aaVakrvts-llrtaa ' Tom ; YVllM
dotaot stand tor.- 1
Out of every three
very few minutes select from our showing of : '
.- ':' . correct clothes s suit that will fH and look?
, equal to the custom-made article. A few
' minutes spent with our clothing salesman
will convince yoa that wo axe right. -. , . .
Complete Assortment of Straw and Panama Hats
ttF - VeV
As to Value None
Magnificent Chinese and Japanese
Wares, Curios and Matting
. :' A Chance to Buy Them at Your Own Figort.
Account of retiring from retail business. A large stock to
be sold.- -i-T-'-.-f -' ' y . .', ..'i-'..,. :,. ;
Daily, 2:30 and 7:30 p. at
Andrew Kan Sz Co.
MONDAY, JUNE 4.
Return for One Week Only
Wallace & Beech
Coteedy Acrobatic Sketch
"The Anvil Chorus".
From "II TroYatore"
The . Great . and Only
, In Specialty
Comicil Anto lorn" Fihns
Special Daily Matinees from
2 to 5 o'clock.
SPECIAL SCICAY 11ATIME
Proffrsra Chin -red Daily.
Entrances at 21 North Third
treat, 21, 23 and 2S North See.
ond street, and 243, 2iS and 247.
Burners street. V T
can step In here and in a
Do or Can Give Better
formerly proprietor Chamber of Cora,
meroe Bathe, wishes to announce that
The Fiseat In the City 7 '
... .... Xn for Buatneas .
266 Alder Street
Bet, Thlx aa4 femrta. yeette tS3U ,
. .. Artsitle SMae
--- awata, bum-
aaS kaualae werk
fraai tae see ef
Mare) aaS svestte.
CrrMpe4iw a ad
erdera orasiatil .
last Eaa HaTssa
by "Natare's Own
costs yew Sjotninc' 23e
sM $1 contains Sight
Draft lor return el few
W Da ttoeS knHk ef Trta)
cWsseefa Native Herts Caespawy
Cfli at ii.QfcemeraearieailffS.tel.
Corner Clary an roerteentts ft.
Strictly flret-elees hotel, rth l I '
business part of Oakland suite
rooma. with bath, sample roof
erate rates, Best American aa4 .
. r.r.ln. rataa eest eev-T r
trip via Northern f-aclfla. . 1
stopovers, diverse revtee. t
lis Morrison street, r T '
letter to A. 1. w : ,