The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 14, 1914, Page 9, Image 9

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TOWN TOPICS
(287th DAT Or 1814.)
AMUSEMENTS
HXILIG Broadwsy at Tiylor. Curtalne 2:10
ad 8:10. De woll Hopper ana me oitDeri
A SuIIItsd Opera company In "Mnafore"
ad "Trial By Jury," double bin. matinee
and night. !
BikEU iiroadwsy and Birth. Curtains 2:20
ad 8:2o. Uallnee Suuday, Weduetday
and Saturday. Buker Flayer In "Paid In ;
Full." .
PA MAOKS Broadway at Alder. VandeTlll.
Curuina 2.:m, 7 and 9:lo.
LCEVVS KMPUKiiS Broadway at Yamhill.
Vaudeville. Continuous 1:80 to 6:RI, :iiO
to 11 week day. Coutlnuou 1 to 11 8uu
duya. LY u I C Fourth at Stark. Curtain 2:30,- 7:30
and 0:10. Keating & Flood Mualcal Com
edy Company in ' Little Mla Wise."
COLUMBIA tUxtb, between Washington and
Htark ttreets. Motion pictures. 11 a. m. to
11 p. lu.
IKOPLE Went Park at Alder streets. Mo
tion picturea. H.'.io a. m. to 11:W p. m.
6TAK YYaaulngton at Park. Motion pictures,
11 a. m. to 11 d. m.
OLOBE Washington at Eleveata, Ifetloa ple
turea, 12 m. to 11 p. m.
MAJKSTlc Waatilugtou at Park. MatioB pio
tui-. ll a. iu. to 11 p. m.
SUNSKT Washington at Broadway. Motion
plutnrea. 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.
HT MUBET;M-rlfth and Taylor. Boon 0 to
& week daya, 2 to 3 Sunday; tree afternoons
of Tuesday, Tburnday, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday .
fourth timo In tho past five years. Tbe
pennant won was exhibited. John
Welbes, master, acted as toastmaster,
and 100 granrers attended. The en
tertainment program, arranged by
Lecturer J. w. Mills, consisted of
readings by Miss Rosa Christensen,
Miss Linette Lewis, Mrs. Lulu Wick
lander and Mrs. Irene Hood; solos by
Dr. W. Claude Adams. Miss Clara Ha
ger and Mrs. T. D. Pollock: a duet by
Mrs. John Welbes and Miss Julia
Mlckelson; an Illustrated talk on "Care
of tho Mouth and Its Relation to
Health, by Dr. Adams, and a Jtalk
against tho dentistry bill by a mem
ber of the Oregon Dental association.
officer of the bank. Attorney- Frank
Collier and Detective Frank Beatty,
from tho circuit court to tbo United
States district court was filed yester
day. In affidavit accompanying tho
petition it is alleged that the bank
should bo tbo only defendant and that
the other defendants were named omy
to prevent taking the suit to the fed
eral court. An answer was also filed
this morning by the bank to the suit
of J. H. Fenner against the bank and
Snow to collect a note. The bank al
leges that I. W. Matthes, their former
agent, signed the note as an individual.
River Trip.
Steamer fsorg!aua to Astoria, dally except
Monday. Washington street dock.
- Laliea City, to the Dalles and Cascade
Locks, dally except Sunday, Alder street dock.
Slexiuer otute of Washington to The Dalles
dally except Thursday. Taylor Street dock.
Han ting Proves Expansive Sports
Alexander Reislg, a Russian resident
of Portland who has not yet taken out
his first citizenship papers, was ar
rested Sunday by Deputy Sheriff J. M.
Groom on a charge of entering enclosed
property on the Zimmerman farm,
eight miles east of Portland, near
Fairview, the hunting and fishing
privileges of which have been leased
by a party of sportsmen. He pleaded
guilty through an interpreter yester
day before Justice of the Peace J. E.
"Williams at St. Johns and was fined
$5. Deputy Game Warden E. H. Clarke
preferred a charge of obtaining a
hunting license and bunting without
first securing an alien permit, which
costs 125, and upon a plea of guilty
he was fined $25 and costs on this
charge yesterday by Judge William.
Window Washer Pound Bead. W.
H. Drake, colored, of 98 Calif ornia ave
nue, employed as a window washer.
was found dead on the Davement at
Hood and Meade streets about 1 o'clock
this morning. R. Bray of Kast Seventy-second
and Sterling streets and J. A.
McDonald of 92 Grand avenue were
on their way home and saw the man
lying in the street. The bicycle that
be had been riding was across the
body and had not been damaged. Dep
uty City Physician Rice, after exam
ining tbe body, said that death had
been caused by heart disease. Drake
was married and was about 35 years
old.
Public Library Meeting.
All C i uber meetings are free and open to
the public.
Wednesday and Thursday, October 14 and
15, A.'Mi p. m. , also following week, October
21 and 2 Teachers' Domestic Science.
Thursday. October 15, S p. in. Massachus
etts society.
'ihurday, October 15 and 22. Dr. C. H.
Cbapmun. on the New Kconuuils and NSW
Literature, auspices Oregon Civic league.
Saturday, October 17. p. m. and October
24. 21 and HI. Democratic state committee.
Monday evening, October 19. North Dakota
society.
Tuesday evening. Octcber 20. Soatfc Dakota
society.
Monday, October 28, 2 p. a. Conaumsrs'
lSugtie.
lue.day, October 27, .'. p. m. Bible studies.
' October 2M to 'M, inclusive. 0 s. m. to 5
p. m., except Friday, October 30, morning Ses
sion only. .State Convention Oregon Congress
ut Mothers.
Public Organ Recital Tonight. The
public is invited to an organ recital to
be given this evening at Trinity Epis
copal church. Nineteenth and Everett
streets, under the auspices of the Ore
gon chapter of the American Guild of
Organists. The recital begins at 8
o'clock and the program will be:
March (John E. Wert), Jdelvin P. Og
den: Lhargetto, from Sonata No. 2
(Guilmant), and Legend in F (Cad
man), Miss Martha B. Reynolds; vocal
solo, "Gloria" (Buzzln-Peccia), Mrs,
Delphine Marx; address by Rev. A. A.
Morrison, D. D.; Prelude and Fugue in
F minor (Bach), and second movement
from Sonata in C minor (Baldwin),
Mrs. Annette Stoddart; "Memories'
(St, Clair), and Allego con Moto. from
Sonata in A minor (Whiting), William
R. Boone.
Today's Events.
Grand Lodge of Knlgiuta of Pythias meet
tan :it H.'ut P. null, closing session at 2
ot-lock.
"ChrlNtinas Strip" public meeting tbla after
noon at J o clock. 1 bo Journal auuttunum
tnie.aanine floor). Hvrryuue Invited.
Lecture on "CnniDiercialixed Vice" by W.
0. McLaren, at Ceulral library ut 8 o'clock.
Ancient order of Hibernians dedicates new
hJ'l on Kun-ell street at o'clock.
Port laud Academy plays Lincoln high school
sat footbail, Multuomuh field, J. 13 o'clock.
Coming Events.
Progressive buslupss Meu's Issgue lunchsoa
at Multnomah hotel.
Portland Realty Board luncheon at Com
mercial club, October Hi.
Production of "lli- Barbarian" at the Ger
man House, Thirteenth and Main streets, for
benefit of Herman Bed Cross fund. October 10.
Hill Academy plays Washington high at
football. Multtiotnnh I'iMil. Octobe- lli.
ruegon Male Kilitoriai association, annual
n.eeilng at Oregon t lr . October lli and 17.
t nUerslty of Oregon piaj s as!:inton state
roll. go t 1'u liiumi ) . at loutball, Multnomah
field. October 17.
Oregon civic League luncheon at Multno
mah hotel. October 17.
Columbia plsvs Portland Acsdemy St foot
ball. Multnomah field. October 20.
Kotary club luncheon at tbe Benson hotel,
October 20.
Junior Moose first anniversary celebration
at Moose hull, October 2.
Apple day "Buy au Apple" October 20.
Jiffeion high nil Lincoln high at foot
ball. Muluioiiiiib Held. October 2a.
Transportation club luncheon at Multnomah
hot-l. October -0.
ManuiactuierV mid Land Products Show
at Armory, October 'JC, t November 14.
oluuiliia plays Hill .V'udemy ut football,
Multnomah field. October 2N.
Jefferson high plays Portland Academy at
foothiill. Muluomah field. October ;:8.
i filing conceit of oyujptiouy orchestra No
vember I.
Llectlou day, November 3.
Wo Ono Seriously Injured. In an ef
fort to avoid collision with another
automobile, the machine driven by T,
E. Armitstead, 552 Tillamook street.
who is connected with the Terminal
Ice & Cold Storage company at ParK
and Burnside streets, yesterday after
noon swung sharply over into the
path of a motorcycle, ridden by two
men. In the collision the wind shield
and fender of Armitstead's machine
were smashed, and one of the motor
evele riders, whose names were not
secured by the police, sustained some
cuts about the face. After taking his
car to a garage. .Mr. Armitstead re
ported the accident to the police. The
automobile he was endeavoring to
avoid was driven bv W. E. Montrose
of tho Nortonia hotel.
Tort Information Supplied.
Information regarding this port may be ob
tained from tbe Portland Chamber of Com
merce. ; Klfth street. Telephone Main UW3
or A 12U.;.
f ' Today's Forecast.
Portland and vicinity: Pair tonight and
Tli'irsda ; easterly wtinl-.
Oi-cl'ou r'alr toulglit and Thursday; east
erly h huts.
Wahiuigton. Tonight and Thursday fair
erst, olomiy. probably rain neat portion;
soutlieastij-rly winds.
Idaho Pair Ijuigjit and Thursday.
Weather Conditions.
Train Dispatchers' Class. Train
dispatchers will be made in classes
nncninir within a few days at the
Y. M. C. A. night schools. A dis
patclier's wire between Portland and
The Dalles over which the Harriman
trains are operated has been tapped
and a complete plug board and switch
board installed at the association. The
class room will be a regular train
dispatcher's office, with the instruc
tor as the chief and imaginary trains
will be onerated in tho same manne
that thos of the O.-W. R. & N. and
the Southern Pacific are sent ove
the lines. The first class will mee
October 20. Already a number have
enrolled for the course.
Illinois Society to Meet The Illi
nois society of Oregon will meet in
rnnm H in the Central library next
Mnndav eveninsr. October 19, at
o-clock. James H. McMennlmen will
nreside. The program will be of
"revival" nature, in order to awaken
increased interest with the member
ship. Several "get acquainted" stunts
have been arranged by the committee
All former Illinoisan?. whether mem
bers or not, are urged to be present.
commit suicide lata yesterday after
noon by drinking lysol. A nurse living
in tho vicinity applied emergency
treatment by forcing almost a quart
of olive oil down the woman's throat
She was then taken to tho Good Sa
maritan hospital and this morning was
but little the worse for the experience.
Two Autos in Collision. While
driving west on Stark street at the in
tersection of Park yesterday after
noon, tho machine owned by E. H.
Chambers of 73S Morgan building, was
struck by an automobile driven by W.
F. Payne of S10 Pine street. The
Chambers car Sustained a broken side
door and the steering gear was dis
abled. No one was hurt.
Speaker at Club Xiunchoon. Samuel
E. Webb, business psychologist 'from
Northwestern University, Chicago, will
speak before the Progressive Business
Men s club luncheon in the Multnomah
hotel tomorrow on "Development ot
Human Efficiency in the Realm of
Business." Dr. William F. Fiebig is to
be chairman of tho day.
Carpenter rails 35 Foot. H. A.
Smith, a carpenter residing at Thirty
ninth street and Hawthorne avenue.
working on a scaffold three stories
high at Glenn and Hawthorne avenues,
yesterday afternoon lost his balance
and fell, a distance of 35 feet. Ho
turned over several times and landed
on bis feet. One ankle was sprained
and the arch of the other foot was
crushed. He was taken to the office
of Dr. A. M. Webster nearby and later
removed to St. Vincent's hospital.
titters tnro Classes Open. The mod
ern literature classes of the T. M. C
A. night schools have opened with an
enrollment of 200. Dr. C H. Chapman
addressed the first class on "Tho
Psychological Phases of Maxwell a
Devil's Garden . On October 19 his
subject will be "Social Idealism and
Changing Theology. Reports from
tho various departments were read to
tho board of directors yesterday.
Desertion is Alleged. V. Hna-a
Haines yesterday filed suit for di
vorco against Betsy B. Haines, charg
ing cruelty and desertion. William H.
Dean asked for a divorce from Lavina
J. Dean, charging cruelty. G. R. Wil
Hams sued Ida E. Williams for divorce
alleging desertion. Circuit Judge
Gatens granted a divorce to JNorma
Mattes from John S. Mattes on grounds
of cruelty.
Hoed Cottage Sector. In tho Reed
College Extension course 12, Natural
Science, tho subject of the address
for tomorrow afternoon is "The Mar-
tini and .Others." Dr. William Conger
Morgan will give tho lecture. This
course is being given in the biological
lecture room at tho college at 3 p .m.
Baals? Bally rrlday Wight Songs,
from Mrs. Florence Foster Hammond
and Mist Edith Clark Patterson. Read
ings, Miss Elizabeth Woodbury. Ann
Shannon Monroe will read selections
from her new Oregon novel. Central
library. Everybody invited. (Adv.)
Good Samaritan hospital yesterday.
suffering from a fractured arm, sus
tained in a fall from a porch at his
home.
Salt mod Against Estate. Ida Kun
kel yesterday filed suit against th
estate of Daniel Kunkel and tho ex
ecutors, Peter Wagner and Ed Schiller,
for $430 for services rendered by her
self as nurse and by Albert Kunkel.
Both claims were disallowed by tho executors.
Classes In China Painting now form
ing. Firing guaranteed. Art novelties
of all kinds made to order. Designing.
"House of 1000 Gifts." Mrs. Lincoln,
405& Morrison, hi block above O. W.
& K. (Adv.)
Divorce Decree Granted. Circuit
Judge Davis this morning granted a
divorce to Mary Ahem on a cross
complaint in tho suit filed by her
husband, Timothy Ahern. Sh alleged
cruelty. Jacob Savinar filed suit for
divorce against Sophie Savinar alleg
ing cruelty and desertion.
Wetr Grand Theatre, sixth street near
Stark, a now f ;turo photoplay and
vaudeville every day. Sundays an(
week days always S cents. Adv.
Steamer Jesse Harkins for Cama.
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
eept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at 7 p. m, tAdv.)
Crawfish Millions of 'em. Snyder's,
First and Madison. On sale Thursday
and Friday only. 35c dox. M. 6783. Ad.
rxeach Dinner, with wine, 40c Pan
ama Cafe, Third and Alder, on tho
Great Light Way. (Adv.)
One Suit Pressed Each Week. -J1.59
a month. Unique Tailoring Co., SOS
Stark. Main C14. A-4314. (Adv.)
Dr. E. O. Brown, Eye. Ear. Mohawk
building. (Adv.)
Laborer Palls Prom Trestle. In a
fall of 45 feet from a railroad trestle,
E. Olson, a laborer employed in a log
ging camp near Rainier, received in
juries to his back yesterday, that are
not thought serious. He was brought
to tho Good Samaritan hospital.
Schoolboy praotnxoe Arm. Lloyd
Foster, a 10-year-old schoolboy of
Kelso, Wash., was brought to the
Rev. Dr. Parkhurst, Reformer
Says Prohibition Strikes
at Personal Liberty
"It is a rude interference with PERSONAL
LIBERTY for the law to tell me what I shall
EAT. It is just as rude an interference for it
to prescribe what I shall or shall not DRINK,
and how much.
(Padd Adv Taxpayers and Wage Earners' Zoaguo of Oi eg oa,
SL O. Allen, Bec'y, Morgan Bldg Portland, Oregon.)
East Side Public Market. The re
cent published notices concerning tne
market's suspension or removal to soma
building during tbo winter will not be
undertaken at present, as farmers have
requested that no cnange ne maao.
Produce will continue to be sold in the
booths on East Sixth and Washington
streets on Saturday of each week until
further notice.
Secures Verdict for $7000. V. R.
Oberlin. a switchman, won a verdict
of $7000 on the second trial of his suit
against the O.-W. R. & N. company In
Circuit Judge McGinn's court. He was
injured when caught between two
cars. Ho was, awarded ,6075 on the
first trial two years ago, but the su
preme court reversed the case.
Employe Sues for Damages. For in
juries received from a fall said to be
due to loose wheat on the floor of the
warehouse where he was working Ira
C Fleming yesterday filed suit for
$1000 damages against tho Pacific
Coast Elevator company by whom he
was tjmployed.
Attempt at Suicido Polled. A quar
rel with her husband earlier in the
day led Mrs. Jack Bunn, 231 Market
street, aged 23 years, to attempt to
1h Itritish t olumbiu. disturbance has
luovcd northwestward to southeastern Alaska.
A lttrye lilfrli ivrcssiire area overlies the plains
stntes. "Tlie batxiuieier it relatively low over
the t an ml i a n northwest. I.Uiht rain has falleu
in rncin: nori uw eoarn tiuuiusiuu. rasieru i
nloi ado, northern Missouri. Iowa, northern dancing
Illinois. Tennessee, the Ohio valley and Dis
trict of Columbia. It Is uiucli warmer in the
north-central iiortloii of Montana and also
in the west Kult stiite. The changes in tem
pera tore elsewhere have been unimportant.
The conditions are favorable for fair weath
er In this district tonight and Thursday ex
cept in western Washington, where It will
c(,ntlntie un-ettled with rain probable either
EDWARD A. HEALS,
District Forecaster.
iqiiiKbt or Thursday.
Observations.
STATIONS.
1 emperature.
Baker, Or. . .
fcoise, Idaho
Hosion. Mass
Chicago, 111
Denver. Ci
Dulutb, Minn.
Kureka, Cat
Krcno, l'a.1
;ulvestuo. Texas
Hre, Mont
Jackaonvllle, Fin
( Kansas City. Mo
' lwiaton, Idano
! Angeles, Cat
Marshfield. Or
New Orleans. I.a.
New York, X. V
North Head, Wash...
North Yufclma, Wash.
I'hoenix, Artx. ,
I'ortlnnd, Or
Itaseuura;. Or
Sacramento, Cal
Kt. Louis, Mo
alt Lake, Ctah
San FTancisoi, Cal. . .
Pet t tie, Wafiu
hltka. Alaska
IKptkane, Wash
Tacutnk, Wash
Tatooaa Ial'd., Wash
Valdes, Alaska
Walla Walla. Waab...
Washington, D. C. ...
Winnipeg. Man. . . . .
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Wisconsonlans Meet Tomorrow.
The Wisconsin society of Oregon will
hold its regular monthly meeting at
Cotillion Lodge hall. Fourteenth and
Burnslde streets, tomorrow evening.
Phil Bates, president of the Federation
of State societies, will address the
meeting in the interest of the Land
Products Show. There will be a musi
cal program, refreshments, cards and
Members are especially
urged to be present as matters of im
portance are to be Oiscussea. ah ior
mer Wisconsinites and their families
cordially invited.
Church Club to Banquet. The Con
gregational club of Portland and vicin
ity will give a banquet Friday in the
Atkinson Memorial church, Kast
Twenty-ninth and Everett street, at
6:30 p. m. Rev. H. F. Swartz, asso
ciate general secretary of the National
Home Missionary society for Congre
gationalism, will be the guest of honor
and principal speaker. His subject is
"The Church in the American City."
Dr. Schwartz is known as an authority
on city work and a great treat is in
store for all who attend.
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Nebraska Society Benefit To assist
! a destitute mother and three children
on their way back to omana, tne xse
braska society will give a card party
and daDce at the Multnomah hotel
tonight. On the arrangements com.
mittee are Mrs. Frank Clifford, Mrs.
A. M. Butler. Mrs. Phil Easterday, Dr.
! and Mrs. Karl Henton and Miss Ethel
Mahoney. Dancing will last .from 10
o'clock until midnight and "special
prizes for winners at BOO and other
events will be offered.
Wanted. A fresh milk goat. Phone
Main 2209. (Adv.)
Wants Case Removed. A petition
for the removal of the damage suit of
Robert J. Snow, one of tho men
charged with swindling tho 'Interna
tional Mortgage bank of Apoldoorn,
Holland, against the bank, tho Port
nomah Land company. C. Bakker, an
WANTED!
CHAIRS TO RECANE
School for the Adult BJind
11th and Davis
For particulars call J. F. Meyers,
Fhone Main 548
Hotel Lenox
THIRD AND MAIN STS.
has more attractive accommodations,
and rates, than any modern hotel in
the city for permanent guests ?15
and up.
F'W'BALTES &
COMPANY.
PRINTERS1
First Oak Streets
Telephones: Main 165 ' Ai 165
iiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiimiiniTnii
at-a-a9
To toves hosier Umbreil&fi.
BLOCKADE SALE
Morrison-Street cave-in diverts
travel to other streets our
misfortune your opportunity.
The Season's Newest Gloves and Hosiery Reduced
Best Umbrellas and the Most Wanted Neckwear Underpriced
The Savings Are
10 and Better
A ten per cent reduction at Lennon's means a greater saving than the term impliei. Lennon
stocks are new and the prices, by comparison, are at all times exceptionally lower than those
prevailing for goods of similar quality. See the window displays.
Gloves
Women's English Cape, tan.
white and black. Paris nolnt
quality ll.ia. less C1 AO
10. now spi.UO
Women's Pique Kid and Cape,
In white and tan; regular $1.50.
Our price $143, less OQ
10. now pi,ii7
Women's One and Two-Clasp
Kid with wide contrasting tm-hroidery-.
black, white and tan;
$2.00 and $2.25 values. Our
price $1.83, less C"l CC
107c now fl,JJ
16-button length White Kid
Gloves,' $3 qualify. Our regu
lar price $2.85, less dQ e7
0, now
Hosiery
Umbrellas
Women's Pure Thread
Hose, second quality, $1
$1.25 values. Our regu
lar price 69c. less 10
Silk
and
63c
Women'i Gloria, latest atylo
handle; regular $1.50 quality.
uur price si.zo, leas
10, now
$1.08
BASTDXESCKI-FS 10-
OPP
Women's Pure - Thread Silk
Hose (Run ot the Mill, the
world's best silk hose manu
facturer); $1.50 and $2 qual
ties. Our rcgular( price QC
$1.06, less 10, how.. 3C
Women's Best Thread Silk
Lisle Tops, in black only; reg
ular 50c quality. Our regu
lar price 43c, less 10, OQ
now OI7C
NEC TWEAK 10 OTP
Men's and Women's Guaran
teed Rainproof Union Taffeta
Umbrella, ebony handle, the
very latest styles; $2 qualities.
our price $1.75, less
107., now
r Job? if)
ABette
This
Training -will
get it for yotf.
C&ASS
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C-A8S TZXM TUB
Accounting (3-year course) . .$160
Advertising (3 -year eo no). ISO
Algebra I
Assaying (course) 30
Architect, Drafting 10
Arithmetic 5
Automobile, complete course. i
Automobile (no driving) 46
Bookkeeping 7
Boys' School 6
Business Letter Writing 3
Business Law 3
Carpentry and Woodturning. 10
Chemistry 10
Cost Engineering (course) 10
Civil Service (Bee Edu. See)
Electricity 15
Knglish for Foreign Men....
English Grammar, Reading.. 6
English Literature .-. . 5
Freehand Drawing 10
French 7
Geometry 6
TiaK rss
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7
10
10
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16
Germ in
Mioto ,
Utln?,'.
Mach&o Design . . .
Mechanical Drafting
Penmanship
FhafiiLacv
Phyatro 10
Plan Reading and tat. (course)
FmBllfV peakl -
RatnfjrCed Concrete Conat,
Salesmanship (course)
Spanfah T
Shorthand "
Surveying and Mapping If
Show-card Writing 18
TelegVepay and Dispatching- 1
Trigonometry
Typewriting 7
VocaKiMusic 2
Wirerasa Telegraphy (course) 60
T. t'C. A. Say ll Klgat Sokools.
end for Pros Catalogue, T. SC. C. A.; Jaylor and ilxta (streets.
u l ie.
GIOTCaOTT A TT 1 axI. :
$1.58
Women's Pure Silk Colored
Umbrellas, regular price $3.00
less 107. Blockade fjf
Sale price U
CHTLDBZirs HOSE 10 OPF
Postoffice Opposite
J Gloves.HosieryMmbrells&.
309 Morrison Street
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C. T. BGtO,
Vice Pres. and Xgr.
Sacrifice Sale
we must raise money regardless or cost, compare tor
these prices with other jewelers' and you will see
that we save you from TWENTpf to FIFTY per cent. J$
25 Discount on Solid old J wiry
25 Discount on Silverware
30 Discount on Filled Wdjchts and Jewelry
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ytc iYiuai iaisc iTiuiicy tvpgaruicaa ui vust. 5
Ladies' or gentlemen's Watches, Waltham or Elgin g
movements, in 14 karat solid gld case $13.30 as
Ladies' or gentlemen's Walthan or Elgin Watches.
in 20-year guaranteed case. v $8.40
$1.00 Guaranteed Alarm Clocks... ....63c
$1.00 Ingersoll Watches .79c
Sterling Silver Thimbles ? 1 . . 5c gj
Sterling silver Sugar Shells, Safdine Forks, Jelly g
Spoons, your choice 1 . . ,65c p
Silver Toilet, Manicuring, Shaving Sets, 25 discount
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
No Goods Charged During This Sale. fp
Be Sure and Get thev Right Store E
I Standard Jew&lry Store g
S 141 Thir4 Street, Near Alder 'M
Next Door Corner Thir and Alder SU.
Quickest Results Obtainedby
Journal Want Ads
P. M. report of preceding dsy.
8 oath akotans to Iffoot As a re
sult of a meeting of representatives
from a South Dakota picnic recently
held in Peninsular park, from the
Brooking people who have been hold
ing an annual picnic, and from a group
who have gotten together through cor
respondence, a meeting of all former
South Dakota residents has been
planned for next Tuesday evening in
room "A" central library. -An illus
trated lecture on Europe will bo given.
Following the lecture a permanent or
ganization will be effected after which
there will be an opportunity for meet
ing old friends.
Celebrate Winning of Prize. Russel
villo Orange hold a banquet Saturday
night at its ball on Aha Base Line
road to celebrate the winning of the
$250 first prize ia tbe grange contest
at the county fair at Gresham for the
"Will Power"
Psychol
ogy
HOTEL
BENSON
Friday, $ P.M.
: 'a. V y - -
a. a. -htdsat, SC. 2.
Author of ia Psyehology books.'
"Passing of tho Third Tloor Back,"
Sonday, 8 p. m.; both leetxurea froe
adjnlssion. Two classes beginning.
Dr. Xdndaar may be seaa at the
Benson.
THE BEST WAY EAST
IS TXA TES
SUNS
ROUTE
and you oas visit tho
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco
(Now Nearing Completion)
and many other interesting outing places in the Golden State Santa Cruz, Del Monte, Paso
Robles, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Mount Lowe, the Orange Groves, Cats Una, ,
tho Ostrich Farm at Pasadena and many others; also the Panama California Exposition,
Baa Diego.
Three Choice Trains
from Portland connect dally at San Francisco with the
SUNSET LIMITED
Ko Extra Pare
r
San Francisco tip New Orleans, and at New Orleans with tho
Southern Pacific steamships. New Orleans to Now York, every
Wednesday and Saturday. Fares same as all rail, but include
meals and berths on steamer.
Call at City Ticket Offloo. 80 Sixth Street, Cor. Oak. or TTnion
Depot for "Wayside Votes" aad "100 Ooldoa Hours at Sea," or
on any af eat of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
John VL seott, Oea. Pas sen gar Agent, Portland, Or.
Manufacturers' and Land Products Show, Portland, October 26 to November 14
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