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THE1 C&EGON SUNDAY JOURNAL,' PORTLAND. SUNDAY
OCTOBER 19, 1SK
ROAO RACE GREATEST
Strain Put -Upon Drivers by
Desert Roads Entirely' Dif
ferent From Race Course,
The attention of the Pacific coast
automobile world la now focused on the
Loa Angeles-to-Phoeolt race scheduled
for November 1. J. C Braly, Oregon
distributor of Franklin automobiles came
to Portland ' from Los Angeles where
i lie was associated with Ralph. Hamlin,
who won the race last year In a Frank
lin, and In talking; of the great desert
- event recently threw much light on the
perilous conditions the drivers subject
themselves to in driving; the race. Mr,
; j Braly believes that It la the hardest race
i on the American calendar of automo
In part Mr. Braly said regarding the
coming race: -
! "The real heroes or the automobile
racing world are those drivers who will
i participate In the Log Angeles-to-Phoa-.
nix road race November I. Those who
; have been over the course marvel at the
bravery and hardiness of the men who
will face mountain hazards and desert
terrors In the contest of more than S00
Contest Is Different. '
"To drive' a racing car around a
! crowd-llntd track while thouaands are
' applauding is one thing.- To drive,- a
mam car inruugn ceerr .pireicnes ui
i scores of miles where there lsnothtng
! but lisarda and rattlesnakes to witness
' the daring is quite another. .' ;'
- 'The Phoenix racers will have to face
j numerous . physical .. hardships which
. I would daunt even the hardy auto tour
t 1st. -For one stretch of SO miles the
pilots and mechanicians will have .their
wild drive over the hot desert broken
by only "-one sign of habitation. . This
; wilV be at Castle Dome, where there are
I two typical desert shacks of mine oper-
ators. - " ' . .
- - "Here alone - Is the one place where
! the drivers . may obtain water in that
long ' stretch after leaving Dome, 1
miles out of Yuma, i The drivers after
i leaving Castle Come, which stands as
. an immense sign, post for air the desert
travel, will have to travel 60 miles, be-
.'( fore they find water. The drought - Is
i broken at Palomas by alkali water that
t upset stomachs and recalls all the lurid
and trade tales of tha Aeaprt. .
( "This desert stretch Is only a part of
that long trip- over the. burning sands
from the edge of the Imperial valley to
1 the fertile valleys near Phoenix. Wit
the exception, of the oasis at Yuma this
Immense span of the race Is desert
" XMvlsUm of Course.
"Roughly divided the racers will have
t 00 miles of boulevards or speed roads,
1 150 miles of mountains and 160 miles
of desert,, .
The desert does not hold all the perils)
'for the contestants, will find mountain
j roads which will require their best skill
t and dexterity. The new Mountain
i Springs grade, which eliminates the old
, Devil's grade near the entrance to the
, Imperial valley, is by far the most dan
: serous part of the entire race course.
Drivers who participated In the July
! road race from horn Angeles to Bacra
i mento say. that the San Franclsquito
canyon was easy in comparison. ,
"Ascending the third range of moun
tains on 'the way east, of . flan mn
j the road reaches an elevation of 8580
i feet. The drivers will suddenly swing
I around a sharp curve and there stretch
, mg in a wonderful panorama, is the
Imperial valley below the level of the
sea.' The road linking, these two ex
tremes drops down In mountain sweeps
and . sharp curves, ; skirting precipices
i where a miejudgment of speed or dis
tance would send the ear oraahing down
1200 feet. , There are a dozen such
places. ' . ( , J 4 . '
"The descent Is continuous for 14
miles, winding backhand forth and
, around. Some of - th curves are - so
. abrupt that the driver will not be able
to see 10 feet ahead of his car.
"Such conditions have made the Phoe
, nix the greateat road race ever mapped
out. As they say in Phoenix: This is a
, real race and none but real drivers care
to tackle ItA.i'-v -v. .,';-:.--..,.-, . ,
'This year's Phoenix race: will be one
i of the last under the present strenuous
I conditions. In 1916 at the latest, there
i will b a perfect highway' system be-
tween Los , Angelas , and Phoenix that
will rob the famous grind of its terrors
- "While the state and hot Angeles and
t San Diego counties are working rapidly
; in building good roads, Arizona counties
i are voting bonds with which r to build
; highways, Following, the successful
termination or tno long fight for a
! bridge at Tuma, Yuma county recently
j voted $600,000 bonds for highway work.
i The major portion of this monev will b
j expended in building a road to the Mari
VI posa county line,; to connect there with
' a good roads system.0 -.H. ';,..':;".'. '--v;i- ?
v.-s "When this highway is actually oper.
i ating, the west will be robbed of as ln
i terestlng an event as the passing of
, the stage coach," said Braly.
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A copy of "Critlcal Analyala of Motor
Cars of ltlCV a work by. Howard B.i
Coffin, vice president of. the Hudson
, Motor Car company, has just been re
, celved at this office. , The- book dls
, cusses present practices and tendencies
of motor car construction. It goes to
the very heart of the relative advant
ages of the six and the four cylinder
motor, 1 ' ' - v ( i. ' j.
It explains why automobile engineers
use certain electrical and mechanical
devices and : directs A the attention of
motor car buyers to same fallacies and
fallings of features' that are widely
heralded as wonderful Improvements
Mr. Coffin is well qualified to dis
cuss this subject. He long has been
recognised as one of the world's fore
l most automobile engineers. Hit lec
tures and addresses to soientiflo bodies
always are received with world Wide
' consideration; Hence what he has to say
about the motor cars of lilt is entitled
to the thoughtful attention of everyone.
The book Is intended for general dis
tribution. It does not advertise directly
any individual car. ' Of course, the new
Hudson Six It is referred to. because
this car 1 a practical illustration of
Mr. Coffin's theories and conclusions. r
-This book comprises ' 80 pages, with
pttractlvely embossed cover, and is em
I -.filislied with a portrait of the author
.n,t numerous illustrations and graphic
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PORTLAND. SOON TO SEE NEW
STRONGEST APPEAL OF
CAR IS ITS ECONONIY
Old Idea That Expense of Op
eration and- Upkeep Im- '
j " material - Dissipated.', 1 ;
; It Is slowly ' dawning on a consider
able portion of the trade that in each
respective pries-class, It is the econom
ical car .that holds out the strongest
appeal to the greatest number of per
sons. The old idea that the expense of
operation, or tip-keen, means -little , or
nothing to any one able to afford an an
tomoblle of any sort Is being gradually
dlaslpated. .' v :;;:; o1''; i .-.'i i
With the realisation is coming keener
appreciation of the ' tru th , that, while
power is' necessary and ' desirable,.' the
surest way to ' obtain it' is not by in
creasing either' engine strokes or bores.
In other words, the "big" engine la not
necessarily the most powerful or effici
ent engine; as often it is ' the most
wasteful and," therefore, the most unec
Abroad, where the price of gasoline
Is steep and the tax on horsepower high,
they were' quicker to learn the leison
and there the compartlvely small motor
has been brought to a state of efficiency
which, when coupled with proper regard
for frictlonal losses in other parts of the
oar,; has .' resulted in the production of
many ( automobiles which in respect .to
power, ; efficiency ' and ; economy . should
long since have given pause to ' AtnarK
With the dawn of reason, it appears
probable that the so-called bl motor,
such as has been in almost general Use
in this country, has reached its ;zenlth
and must be sueeeeaed . by ono, smaller
but equally or more powerful and, there
fore, more efficient and .certainly more
economical , .Ht"V;WHl.'r;;:i
.When the subject is calmly considered,
it seems rather amazing that Americans
have so long remained content with en
gines consuming approximately twice
the fuel Of those of foreign manufacture,
although in this eonnectlon it is fair
to say that the difference between fhe
American gallon and the Imperial gallon
Is seldom, if ever, remarked. The fact
that six. Imperial gallons are equal to
five American gallons accounts' for at
least a small part of the superior econ
omy of foreign engines but not enough
greatly to affect the general result
ROUTE, OF; LOS
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ivnl on w 'Ktitl In hla nnntrv '. " ' r t .''..,.!' I
BelowTho cyclecar as It looks wltl; top and slde Curtains adjusted."1 1 4 - v1 J'
that is now attracting so much atten-1 ager.of lha Jttlchlgan Auto and Buggy .n' ,via;.rsi.ai?9aa. anouiq raacni
in . thl ..;. , "Thwi ilttl Sntomo. I eomnanV:. i tiOw MBVesentlnsr tha northi I !?2 'i",Vv-J?5 ;'f?-'."T?r.w? I
w t' - . - -r-- - I mr. erur fwm ocai. jii oiBtriDUiinB i
biles are being put on tne marxei as i weai or nuo. wy .cyvievor, ; mi., wtrst i neaaquarteqr mjjtrpryxnn , ana ;iwprs; tne i
fsst as machinery can turn"-them out 1 has recently signed up P.'. J. Berger. ol state of. Oregon from,thlapolnU v j
ATTRACTING1 MUCH ATTENTION
i ii in imn ..hi iia ma -. i . iiiiiifriiiisi in . i
rUUK HAVt ALKEAUr . . fflUIUK-IKUUld VALUt '
ENTERED IN B WE
Interest So Far Ahead 1 of the
'J Event Indicates Tremen-"
,r.;tous Rush Later.
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The rs-entry by Frank P. Fox, an In
dianapolis sportsman, of his specially
constructed filer,' known as the ' Gray
Fox, (n the next Indianapolis five-hundred-mile
race, marks the fourth car to
regUter for that ven practically a year
ahead of time. Anticipating a tremend
ous rush of entrants, Fox.declded to get
to the barrier , as soon as possible. He
was . beaten, to It v only by. Maurice
Thompson, of Battle Creek, Mich,, - who
signed up with his Anel and the 6 tuts
factory, which edged in ahead with two
more machines. .:;f(.vi..'' ; :,
; Though his" car bears the same name
and approximately the same exterior as
it djd last year, Fox says It 4s a Vastly
Improved affair.; The chief alteratloh is
found in the motor, which has been en
larged from SO. I to tSl.O cubic Inches
by boring out the cylinders. The stroke
remains unchanged. Final measurements
are 8x1, giving' practically a square
firing chamber, said to be very , fast.
With, a lightening in weight airaround
of mors than three hundred pounds; Fox
claims he will have One of the speediest
rrs on -the 'track, '(; - ;-?
Wet year he car finished sixthnn
tilng steadily and' consistently,' though
not at a very great speed all the way.
The average was 7.J miles per "hour
for the entire distance, including stops.
Once It has been rebuilt, a much better
showing is certain. Fox . says. Nothing
less than first place is his object. .. -
A driver. Fox Intends again to en
page Howard Wilcox, the old National
veteran, holder ' of : th world's mile
stock straightaway title, tO.gJ seconds,
established at Fablo Beach, Fla.. In 1011,
and the speedway lap record. 1:J, made
the year following if Wilcox is will
ing; Experience has proved. Fox, Claims,
that established combinations Work beet,
He Is. therefore, loath to -matte' any
changes unless r,e absolutely haa to. The
question " of relief .driver and mechanic
ian will be left entirely to. Wilcox, he
says. Willard Rader and Frank Farber,
respectively, served In those capacities
last year. , , . Ki(
ANGELES - SAN DIEGO-PHOENIX ROAD, RACE
CYCLE CAR '
NO LONGER DOUBTED
Investigation Has Shown That
Horses. Are ,Mupff More,
' '-Expensive 1
"The- day when tihe prospect had to
be educated to the desirability or prac
ticability of motor, trucks over horses Is
past," said Fred West, local' manager of
the! J: W.. Leavltt company. Overland
distributors, In a recent discussion of
motor transportation, nt is no longer
a case of convincing a business man
that his horse transportation is out of
date .ji'"'.i,,:! i 'i.-n..-
"Thanks, td i thelons;6 and constant
campaigns of education 'conducted by
manufacturers, dealers and trade pub
lications, it is safe to say that every
progresitve business man in the coun
try knows that .with horse and wagon
delivery facilities he Cannot ' hops to
compete with his neighbor who uses
motor trucka It Is now a question of
convincing the proepeot- of the desir
ability of One- truck over the others.
fWlth this end In view; our company
has spent -a ' great deal of time and
money in sclentlfie investigation of
transportation methods. Only recently
one of our factory "representatives re
turned' from Philadelphia where he
spent more than a year compiling fig
urea on the cost of transporting mer
chandise by motor trucks., Every pos
sible phase ' of the business was gone
Into thoroughly by this expert and the
figures he obtained are pf great Interest
to svery ns whose business can in any
way be, affected by the use of power
"In the Quaker ; city ' every line of
business was thoroughly studied,- from
the tittle corner grocery to the biggest
department store-and trucking company.
Absolutely accurate check was kept on
both system of - transportation horae
and motor truck-and the results are
surprising even to-those who for years
hare been' seeking scientific knowledge
on the subject. , . . . . , t k h
. "Our. representative brought back the
information that one concern replaced
no leas than 11 horses and slx -wagone
with two trucks. Not only has he af
fected a . great saving In upkeep and
operation costs, but the expansion of his
business' has 'amounted to practically
15 per cent. Needless to say, this busi
ness man is a firm believer In the com
mercial vehicle as the coming trans
portation power.",,.,. f , ,
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; KEANS LIHLE UMESS
Explanation Given: by V Dealer
as "-to -What-"Precautions
i Buyer Should Jake. - -"r - -
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Probably the Packard service is the
most' advertised among the 'motor car
manufacturers: - In? asking Frank 'C.
Riggs, local Packard distributor, Just
what his definition" of service was as
applied to Packard owners,- not only in
t-ortianq, nut .as a national organization.
he explained about as follows: v
? "Service Is an elastic word, meaning
little when backed only by good in ten
tlons. but much when based uoon I
sound and-specif io polloy,.-. -Considering
service ss applied tor th automobile in
dustry, the buyer should bear- in mind
tho following elements! text of the com
pany's guarantee, its facilities, Its ye
sponsibility snd its reputation.. -., "
'The Packard service' guarantee Is as
liberal and far reaching as is consistent
with safe business methods. Its terms
are direct and unequivocal, . If is a legal
promise, made to be kept, v Special ser
vice 'buildings : have been built . and
equipped at principal points in America.
. These Service centers,:: among other
.things, " main salnf ; complete stocks of
spare parts for every model ever built.
providing, quick . replacements In 1 case
of ; accident. . This system of service
centers places -a national service organ
isation behind the Packard with the one
purpose Of aiding the owner-to realise
his - fullest - anticipation of. motoring
pleasure and do so at the -.lowest run
ning cost and .. with minimum deprecia
: "This company is content to refer Its
reputation. for service to tho owner. The
final analysis and the acid test -of the
entire question Ilea In their experience.
They nave found that service with this
company is a specialty, not an incident
that it Is given freely, cheerfully and
with manifest anxiety to keep the car
'tuned up' to its maximum possibilities.''
,.'. Sass"sa'"ss",ess"WS"W"""s,sV y -
AUTOMOBILE EVENTS 1
Longi-LM ' Includes r Shows
-( and Various Kinds of "
' ,t Races. r V
Following is a list of automoblln
vents now attracting attention as com
piled by rAutotrioblla": v;V ; ; i
November 1-1 Los Angeles to San
Diego, .. , CaU.. to . Phoenix, , . , Aria, i road
race. l-....-)....- 4- r.'i
November I-S Chicago. III. ? Beeond
Annual Motorcycle Show. Colleeum. A.
B. Coffroan. Nicholas building, Toledo,
November 4-8 El Paso, Texas. Road
race to Phoenix. Aria
November 4-5 San Diego, CaL. Road
raca to-Phoenix. Aria
November Phoenix. Aria Track
races, state fair.
November 7-15 landon, England
Automobile show. Olymnla. .-,. -
; November - -U Shreveport.' La.
Track races. J. A- Sloan. - i y
. November 1-15 Atlanta, Ga. ' Auto
mobile show. Atlanta Auto Acces
sory association. Auditorium Armory,
' November 14 Savannah, Ga. 'Auto
mobile ShOW. 'r
November, 24 Savannah, Ga. . Van
derbilt cup race, y Savannah Auto club.
December Newark, .-' N. ' J.v Automo
bile show. Armory building. New Jer
sey Auto Trade association. t .
December - J Philadelphia, Pa. An
nual convention ox American, Road
Builders' association. '. .). .
January 8-10 New York city. ; Au
tomobile show. -.Automobile Chamber of
Commerce.; v Pleasure cars, .Grand Cen
tral Palace, 8. A. Miles, manager.
January 2-10 New York -city. . Au
tomoblle Salon of Imported ears. Hotel
Aator. 8. Kjeidsen. secretary.
January 10-18 Milwaukee,, Wis. Au
tomoblle show, j v - - ,v, ' ;
January Jt-Il Chicago, III. Auto
mobile show. Pleasure cars. Coliseum
and First Regiment Armory, Automo
bile Chamber of Commerce, New Tork
city..: 8.-A. Miles, manager;. , V "
January 24-l Rochester, N. T. Au
tomobile show. ? Exposition . Park.
Rochester Automobile Dealers' associ
ation. C A. Simmons, manager.
January' 2-818cranton, Pa. Auto
mobile show, Armory, . H. B. An
drewa:' ' v 1 v. ' i f,
January Bl-February ' ? Minneapd
lis, Minn. Automobile show. Minne
apolis Auto i Trade association. ,- Na
tional .Guard Armor.., .f -
- February Elmlra, N. Y. '' Automobile
shew. Armory.. Automobile Show com
mlttee. . Frank D.' Pratt and M. Doyl
Marks. ' ; - .
! February Fort' Dodge, la."1 Automo
bile" show,' J Armory. - Automobile Deal-,
. February z-7 Buffalo, N. Y' Auto
mobile show. 'Pleasure cars. Buffalo
Automobile Dealers'' association.: John
J. GUson,, 401 Franklin street, Buffalo,
N.-Y oecreury. 1 ' ' , .i
February 7 Omaha, Neb.; Automo
bile show. C G. Powell, -secretary, 2119
Farman street r
February 9-14 Buffalo, N. Y. Auto
mobile show. Commercial- car. ' Buf
falo Automobile Dealers", association.
John , J. Oilson, '401 Franklin street,
Buffalo, N. Y., secretary,
j February . i 15-Jl Bloomington, III
Automobile show. , McLean County, Au
tomobile club. . - a- s
February J1-J8 Newark. NT JA Au
tomobile show. Now Jersey Antomobile
Trade Company.- R. B. Mann, secretary
87 William street. v .
. February :;, I4-March I Cincinnati,
Ohio.,' Automobile show. - Cincinnati
Auto Dealers' association. '
March Grand Rapids, Mich. Auto
mobile show. Grand - Rapids , Herald.
Kllngman Furnituro bulldlnjr.
March Wichita, Kan. Automobile'
Show.f Wichita Buniness association.
Mirca, 7-14 Boston, Mass. Automo
bile show.' ' Pleasure1 cars. - .Mechanics'
building."' - Boston ' Automobile ' Dealers'
association. C, I. - Campbell, - manager.
March 17-11 Boston, Mass. Automo
bile - show. Commercial cars. : Boston
Commercial Motor . Vehicle association.
CX I. Campbell, secretary, i; f.
April 1-15 Manchester, N. H. Auto
mobile show, " Mechanics' Hall. D. F.
Sullivan, -i -j-.-,- ;"
Mty 80 Indianapolis, Jnd. BOO mile
sweepstake races. Indianapolis Motor
Speedway. , ,; -j t.
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Ail Demands; This
Season Cars Hard to Get.
iluch has been said one way and an
other pf tho future ' of the automobile
business In. Keneral, and for1 fch forth
oomlng season In' particular. There has
been more than ns person in the habit
of prognosticating a dullyseason. an,' in
evitable fallUiff off . 1ft production," and
more particularly In the number of cars
used locally. r-v J'r:. .a?.''..- ,
'i A careful anafyils will Show that the
"i". i '.it. S k
people who speak la this, strain sither1
have cars of some unusual make to sell,
or .else ha va. some .other problem icon
f renting tbam which. Is Setar ding their
aales.- Alt dealers and agents whofTare
selling what may be termed, for want of
a. more defining title, popular cars, are
mora pronounced, than ever In their
opinions hat the year 1914 will see all
other records surpaased..'v' 'Vv,v''.t
. Among those who, are welt qualified
to judge Is Fred Vogler, president of the
Northwest ' Auto company, : t For one
thing, he loathe distributing-agent' for
three of tho most popular cars,; seeing
that he has the Cole,, the Reo, and, has
Just added the Losler. . For" another
thing, -Mr. Vogler has Just been east on
an. extended visit at tha factories, while!
MICHELIS TIRES '
.: Drop in and Look Them Over'
Archer and WIggino
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS
C r I Hsa JPw Distributors tot Oregon and South. Waih.
we ju jlws t(m we;
fJOTOR LUBRICATION SPECIALISTS
" -;Vcr ;J "i;r.We Distrtoe"; -;.,'; -;:'r
MONOGRAM AND MONARCH ' DIAMOND OILS
: j AND . GREASES FOR ALL PURPOSES .V
yhones Karsiiali' B860, a-ae38
The Oar With The Powerful Motor 4-4
i- : fuu; aiqtmppea wiu it. laxxiag ana ugaung sjyseBi
"' " 1 JkPFXRSOir ' 'MOTOX 'CaH'OO., ' 1
1 JTorth IWh,- areas Washington. . Vbonesi Mala 48S0, A-S881.
M V " ' AUTOMOBILE AND SHOP SUPPLIES
SparW-PIug- ; TOOLS ;J Rs0w4C
jrv v 5.-, ::'MOTORCYCLES AND ACCESSORIES 'tltj,: ', '
Freer Tool iand Supply Co
f Mlxth. and 81t Oak Sts. " ' " . , " - iones--Maln 1883, A X6M
VoUaaSzlni & Bctreaiini B. E.BL0DGETT. RSi l
" " SBL . - BBS'
department for auto WOODWORK, FOREDOORS. wheels and
1 1 : PAINTING JUST OPENED frfVyi
Oot record in makiniar'Auto1 Tops 'and' Seat Covers is a guarantee that'ours
i . , . atyr work will be of the highest quality.
rujdi nt j r
TREAD AiCJS -wu xiiwua uics mxc tread
h;, out the world
' iiU V'non-skid tires put together IM
Vjjm r C1M2 Broiaway f-.7 W.
did on his return, after - -
the number of cars he v
make a tour of Oregon ai '
From this trip -Jie retui
week, end is preparing !
out f r Montana and i
wl' .i ' is to-handle
all ff his cars. , ,
'"ijkln.j the uiiBsJion am
tH'Ofcpcrlty first," ' paid Mr. V , ''I
think t hut the b' fit argument 1 'ta
bring forward to bIiow that mattors are
very eatialactory is this: Lust year l'y
this time we were getting fill the tars
we-asked fori and more-. We' had not
the slightest difficulty in filling) all tha
demandx made by our agents snJ Py our
customers. T Now;' this year the1 position
is ' absolutely reversed. We have ' one
Cole Four In the showroom, and 'that ts
all we haye. 'i There's another carload '
coming In, but every one of them la al
ready spoken foit, and 'they have to be
delivered', right away.; .. ... , ..- 1 , ,
- ."In the matter of, Reos, we are even
worse off, for we cannot get one at all,
even for 'demonstrating; purposes.' ;Peo- .
pie may, think that Is mere talk but'ydu
will find- the same Is true of -all tha
Other dealers who have popular cars- to
sell. I baVe talked with them; and find
that. there is' not one1 of the. agents for
what I call the popular car who can get
delivery : fast enough this year. Now,
mind you, you can m en tWd about eight "
cars which I would class as In that divi
sion,' and that would cover them alt."
Objection to Site. "' y
:.i Klamath Falls, jOr., Oct 18. Borne
objection Is being made to locating the
Carnegie library In the Hot Springs ad
dition, near the new oourthouse, though :
it is hot believed that the oppoaitios to
tha location will have any i influence
with , the ; Carnegls . corporation; v Tha.
county court has accepted the site of
fered by the Carnegi corporation, and
has otherwise complied, with all of thai
conditions Imposed, in connection with
th 120,000 building fund. " ' .
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who. know:.: ,
Portland Agxncyy-615-61 7 Wash. St.
S H. ., fISSOj 4-B5 ' K.' , 93SO ;
than all nthfr Y V'