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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLA ND; MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1915,
195th PAY OK 1915.)
HEILIO Broadway at Taylor. Curtain 2:15
ad 8:15. "Potakb ..nd Perlmuttar." W3ne-
BAKES Broadway an-J Slith. Curtalna 2:20
and 8:20. Matiueea Suuday. C'urtalu 2:2U
and 8:20. Matinees Sunday. Monday, Tue-
day. Wedrwaday. Baker rlayera la "liua-
aged Good)!." . ..,
ORI'HEL'M Broadway at Stark. Vaaderille.
Curtalna 2:30. 8:30. - M .
PAN'i'AtiES liroadai.y at Alder. VaudeTllle.
Curtalna 2:30. 7:30 anJ 9:10.
IIBW8 EMfKESS Broadway at Yamblll.
VaudeTllle. tuutlououa. 1:30 to 5:30. 7:30
to 0:15 week daya. Continuous 1 to li Sua-
LYKIC Fourth at Stark. Vaudeville. Contin
uous, 1 to 11 p. III. ' '
COLUMBIA Htxtb etween Waahinfcton and
i, Stark ata. Motion pictures, 11 a. m. to 11
1 1'EOPLES Went Park at Alder at. Motion
picture", 11:30 m. la. to 11 UK) p. ni.
BTAit Washington at I'ark. Motion pictures,
. 11 a. m. to 11 p. a. ,.
XATIONAt-Fark and West Park, at 8trk.
Motion pictures. 12 m. to 11 p. in.
.MAJESTIC Washington a. Park. Motion pic
tures. 11 a. in. to 11 D. m.
SUNSET Washington at Broadway. Motion
pictures', ' 11 . m. to 11 p. m.
CI HCLK Fourth at Washington. Motion pic
tures. 10 a. m. to 11 p. i".
A VI T MCSKLM Fiftn and Taylor. Hours 8 to
8 week days. 2 to 3 Sundays, tree after-
" noons of Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Satur-
notary club luncheon at Benson hotel April 6.
Portland -Automobile club annual meeting at
Commercial club building. April 0.
(ood roads mass meeting of women, leon
building;, ground floor, Tuesday afternoon,
Annual convention rt dairy and food Inspec
tors at Imperial hotel April 6, 7, 8.
Ad club luncheon at Multnomah hotel.
April 7. " . .,
Progressive Business Men's- luncheon April 8.
Arbor day April 9.
Itealiy board lunca -on at Commercial club
April 6. , , '
Oregon Civic league luncheon at MultnomaH
'' hotel, April 10.
Portland Symphony orchestra convert at the
Hellig theatre. April 11.
Public scboola reopen Monday, April 12.
Good road bond lsxue election April 14.
- bunday school Unl' n's pageant of history
of religion educatioi:. April 28, 29, 30.
- Central library Meetlags.
Rationalist society, every Sunday evening.
Oregon Civic league lectures every Thurs
Pacific university extension lectures, every
Port Information Supplied.
Information regarding this port may be ob
tained from the Portland Chamber of Com
merce, tsa Pit th atreet.. . Telephone Main 993
j firemen present, funeral services were
(held yesterday morning from Holman's
' chapel, " for f Robert Hoi man, ex-chiet
of the fire department. These men es
corted the funeral cortege for several
blocks through tne streets. A beauti
ful 'tribute was paid to the pioneer
chief by Rev. W. T. Kerr, a Methodist
Episcopal minister. The casket was
covered with floral offerings sent by
personal friends, employes of the cus
tom house, the fire bureau and the
Holman Trannfer company. Inter
ment was in Rivervlew cemetery. .
WILL BECOME THE
HEAD OF W. R. C.
Beautiful Banks Suggested. Beau
tlflcation of the ragged banks along
the Portland Heights car line, jape
cially from the Ford atreet bridge to
Vista avenue turn, was urged by the
Rose Festival City Beautiful commit
tee at a meeting held Friday night
at the Ainsworth school, it was
pointed out to Portland Heights resi
dents that nearly every visitor to the
city will take the scenic ride to Coun
cil Crest, so the unsightly places along,
fhe car line should be treated. The'
planting of vines of rapid growth,
such as the scarlet runner bean, nas
turtiums and the wild cucumber, was
suggested by E. T. Mlsche. chairman
1 of the educational section of the City
Beautiful committee. Further details
will be discussed at a meeting to be
held Thursday night at the Central
Fire unC Police.
Fire department Main 7700, A-1323.
Police department Main 7181, A-6701.
Portland and vicinity Fair tonight and
Tuesday; winds mostly westerly.
Oregon Fair touight and Tuesday; winds
Washington Fair tonight and Tuesday, ex
cept showers Tuesday extreme northwest por
tion.: variable winds, mostly easterly along
Idaho Tonight and Tuesday fair north, "un
settled with showers south portion.
A well defined depression is central over
southern Utah and a moderate dlsurbance over
lies the upper Lake region. A large high press
ure area is central over Florida and the ba
rometer Is relatively high over western Wash
"lneton and western Oregon. Showers have
fallen in California, Nevada. Utah, eastern
Montana, Wyoming and in portions of the Lake
region. Unusually cold weather prevails in the
east Gulf states and light frost formed at
. Jacksonville this morning. Frost also formed
a few places In Washington.
The conditions are favorable for fair weather
in this district tonight and Tuetday except in
southern Idaho where it will be showery and in
extreme northwestern Washington where cloudi
ness will increase and be followed by sbowera
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Kaunas City. Mo..
Los Ane-eles, Cal.
New Orleans, La'.
Jvew York, N. Y . .
N. Head, Wash..
N, Yakima, Wn. .
Koawell, N. M . . . .
St. Louis. Mo
.Salt Lake. Utah..
8. Francisco, Cal.
Ta'coma, Wash . . .
Tatoosh I'd.. Wn..
Walla Walla Wn;
Washington, D. C
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Afternoon report of preceding day.
Bulletin on Law The value of the
case method of teaching law Is the
subject of a new bulletin issued by
the Carnegie Foundation. The bul
letin is the work of Professor Joseph
Redlich of the University of Vienna,
who made a special visit to the United
- States to prepare it. In a sketch of
the development of law and legal in
struction cn ' the European continent
he shows how advance has always beeu
accompanied by a return to the
sources, and points out that it is to
the American university law school
rather than to England hat the com
mon law must look for 'a remodeling
comparable to that which the similar
ly undeveloped law of Rome obtained
at the hands of Italian. French and
Funeral of P. E. Brlgham. During
the funeral services for P. E. Brig-ham-,
pioneer merchant, between 2 and
3 o'clock this afternoon, the Multno
mah Amateur Athletic club will be
closed. Services will be from Hol
man's chapel and private services will
le held later at the Portland Crema
torium. Mr.. Brlgham has been an
active member of the club for years.
He died at San Francisco March SO.
Study Circle to Meat. The Bible
Study circle will meet in room A of
t lie -Central library at 3:30 tomorrow
afternoon. Rabbi Wise will lead the
class. Alf persons are welcome.
Tribute to Former Tie Cliiaf. With.
Fire; Chief B. F. Dowell and nearly iOJ
Corner of Second and Morrison. Look
Xor the big Union sign. All work truar
. . anteed.
Open 8 A. U. to 6 P. U.
Ho Sunday Honrs.
Full Set Teeth, that fit. .$5.00
Gold Crown, 22-k . . . . . $3.50
Bridge Teeth, 22-k. ... $3.50
Painless Extraction . . . . .50c
Dr. Whetstone, Mgr.
Many Greetings Telegraphed. Port
land entered into the Easter spirit in an
emphatic manner, as far as the tele
graphing of greetings is concerned.,
The new Easter blank of the Western
Union was a most popular one for the
past few daye. and yesterday those
held for delivery Sunday morning were
sent out. Since Friday noon messages
calling for the white blank decorated
with Easter lilies were frequently
mixed in with prosy business mes
sages on the wires. The meeting of
the seasons with suitable holiday
blanks has done a great deal to pro
mote the holiday festival spirit, as Is
well evidenced by the Increases In the
number of messages handled each
Stolen Boat Recovered. Two years
ago a motorboat belonging to C. H.
Christensen was stolen at Jennings
lodge between Portland and Oregon
City. Thursday Constable Frost, of
OregonCity discovered the boat with
in 10 feet of the place from which it
was stolen. With Deputy1 Sheriff
Ward, Frost arrested the man who
now claims the boat, was referred by
him to the man from whom he bought
the boat, and so on through five men
each of whom were arrested and ex
plained away their part in the transaction.
Mrs.' Eva Ruger.
Mrs. Eva Ruger, of Tillamook, Or.,
who was senior vice president of the
department of Oregon, Women's Relief
Corps, through the death of Mrs. Cyn
thia S. Dunlap Will succeed to the of
fice of president of the department and
is now making preparations for the
annual convention at McMlnnville, Or.,
next June, and will finish the work
already well under way by Mrs. Dun
lap. Patrolman Races
In Taxicab; Youth
In Auto Captured
Reduced Cable Service. A deferred
cable service, at greatly reduced rates,
has been inaugurated by the Postal
Telegraph company between Portland
and Honolulu, H. I. The charge for
the new service will be 50 cents per
message from Portland to San Fran
cisco, regardless of length of mes
sage, and 8 cents per word San Fran
cisco to Honolulu, minimum charge
$1.50 per message. This "deferred"
cable business is accepted only subject
to 24 hours' delay, antj the word "De
ferred," signifying the service desired,
is sent and charged for as one wor3.
Sotary Club Program. The view
point of the Portland board of censors
on the censorship of motion pictures
will be given the Rotary club at the
Benson hotel tomorrow noon by Mrs.
A. C. Newill, chairman, and Mrs. E. H.
Colwell, secretary, of the board. The
viewpoint of an Investigator will be
described by H. H. Moore of the Oregon
Social Hygiene society, and the view
point of an exhibitor by D. Soils Cohen.
The club will elect five delegates to
the International Rotary convention to
bo held in San Francisco, July 19-25.
After a chase of two miles in
Jfc- a taxicab. Patrolman Frank Er-
vin early Sunday morning over-
hauled and captured Harold
Watson, aged 18 years, driving
the automobile belonging to M.
Mf- H. Dopplmaier. of 6622 Forty
j first street, southeast, which
had been stolen three hours be-
The patrolman saw the auto-
mobile pass at Union avenue
and Holladay streets and rec-
ognized the number as that of
the missing car. He com-
mandeered a taxicab following,
but the stolen machine was
& driven eo fast that the patrol
ifr man did not catch it for 15
A long'handled "Jimmy" was
found in the seat of the cap-
tured machine. The Jimmy had
Jfr been used in prying off the
automobile lock. The car was
stolen from Dopplmaier's resi-
dence. A young woman and
-jfr man were in the back of the
3fr car, and Watson said he was
taking them home from a
"Veterinarian Pound Dead. Retiring
in his usual health last night. H. A.
Paige, veterinary -physician at the sta-.
bles at 239 Russell street, was found
dead in bed by employes of the stable
early this morning. He had passed
away during the night, according to
Deputy Coroner Smith, from apoplexy.
He was about 60 years old, and is said
to have two daughters in Seattle. The
body was removed to the public
morgue, and an effort was made to get
in touch with the relatives today.
Venezula last year sold $230,202
worth of copper ore to the United
HIRING OF A SPECIAL
COMES UP TUESDAY
Caustic Comment Caused by
Suggested Means, of Set
FUND TO BE APPORTIONED
Expectation Advisory Committee Fol
low aeootn mend atlon by Bowlby,
and Approved by Promoters.
The employment of a special high
way engineer and the apportionment
of the 1915 state road fund will be
considered at Salem tomorrow at a
conference of the state highway com
mission and its -newly appointed advis
ory committee. This committee is
composed of S. Benson of Portland, J..
H. Almert, Salem, and Leslie Butler,
Much caustic comment is heard rel
ative to the appointment of a special
engineer to adjust differences between
contractors and the county courts of
Hood River, Columbia and Clatsop
counties, as has been suggested by
State Treasurer Kay, who has recom
mended O. Laurgaard for the position.
"Why should this extra expense be
Incurred?" asks one. "It is stipulated
in the contract that the state highway
engineer shall be the umpire in all dis
putes between contractor and county.
This authority cannot be' delegated to
Must Approve Findings.
"The findings of a special engineer
would have to be approved by the state
highway engineer and he could not
consistently do this before he himself
had thoroughly studied all the circum
stances. Why, then, can he not do the
work in the first Instance?"
Another pertinently asks: "Has the
state highway commission no confi
dence in the ability of the new state
highway engineer to make an adjust
ment?" As to the apportionment of the high
way fund for this year it is very prob
able that the advisory committee will
practically recommend the division
suggested by former State Highway
Engineer Bowlby. This was as fol
lows: Douglas county, $20,000; Hood River
county, $60,000; Columbia county, $60,
000; Clatsop county, $40,000; Jackson
county. $40,000. This will leave a bal
ance of $20,000 for bridge work, office
expense and Incidentals.
Apportionment Zs Approved.
This apportionment has met the ap
proval of leading promoters of high
way improvement on the theory that
the counties named have, with the ex
ception of Douglas, bonded themselves
and are therefore entitled to first
claim for state aid.i The apportion
ment to Douglas county is to improve
the Pacific highway near Glendale and
It will be supplemented by an appro
priation from the county's funds.
The apportionment will open .up the
Columbia highway to travel from Hood
River to the sea and the Pacific high
way from Portland to the California
line this summer.
The conference tomorrow will also
probably indulge in a general review
of the general system of state roads
throughout the state that has been
outlined by the former state highway
engineer. This system includes ' the
extension or the Columbia highway
from Wasco through Gilliam, Morrow,
Umatilla and Baker counties to the
Idaho line, and the central Oregon
highway from Biggs through Prine
ville to Lakeview. A branch is to ex
tend from Millican through Haraey
and Malheur counties to Vale.
There Is also planned a road from
The) Dalles through Bend to Klamath
Falls and Crater Lake.
On the west side of the Cascades
there is the Pacific highway and one
along the coast. These are to be con
nected by the Columbia highway be
tween Astoria and Portland and by a
road between Tillamook and Portland.
Roads are also planned between Sa
lem and Newport, between Roseburg
and Coos Bay and between .Grants
Pass and Gold Beach in Curry county.
As planned, the Pacific highway is
to Tun along both sides of the Wil
lamette valley. "
Drivers Steal Milk
Bottles to Get Even
Employee of Different Companies Are
Tried Same Say, Cases Having Jfo
Connection With Each Other.
Wrar between drivers of milk wagons
for: r,ival dairy companies cost two of
the men $25 each on larceny charges In
the municipal court this morning, the
cases arising out of the theft of milk
Ernest Mackman, driver for the
Portland Pure Milk & Cream company,
pleaded guilty to the theft of five cases
of milk bottles, valued in the total
ati$18, from the Willamette dairy. He
took the bottles, he said, to get "even"
with drivers for the Willamette, com
pany whom he accused of stealing be
tween 700 and 800 bottles from him
In six weeks.
Fred Kern, a driver for the City
dairy, was fined $25 for stealing bot
tles belonging to the Portland Pure
Milk & Cream company from the
porches of patrons of the latter com
pany. Kern's excuse also was that he
had -adopted a system of retaliation
against the Inroads of drivers for
other companies against his bottle sup
ply. The two cases were coincident,
having no connection with each other.
M OTHER-IN-LAW BLAJV1 ED
His Nose; Arrest
Of Fisti Man Made
Because I. G. Johnson of the
Alaska Fish cdmpany was driv
ing his automobile early thjs
morning with one headlight oilt.
Patrolman Frank Ervin arrest
ed him and found in bac k
nf th morhlnA 900 DOUndS of
freshly caught Chinook salmon,
taken during tne ciosea season.
Patrolman Ervin stopped John-
son at Union avenue and Wasco
street. The patrolman scented
th. fish. Master Fish Warden
R. E. Clanton was at once noti-
jt fled and 'he arrested jonnson
for violating the state law oy
having the fresh fish In his
possession. J. J. Cotter, pro-
prietor of the company, was
also arrested. i
The accused pleaded guilty
and were fined $75 each in
District Judjre Dayton's court
4 this morning. J
Lents Church Gets
Big Easter Throng
The Lents Methodist . Episcopal
church was crowded to overflowing at
all of the services yesterday. The
morning service was in charge Of the
Sunday school. An Easter program
was given. It was closed' by 4n ad
dress by Jhe pastor. Rev. W. j Boyd
Moore. ."': !
At the Epworth league services, held
at 7 o'clock in the evening, Mrs.! C. H.
Bodkin of Los Angeles gave an ad
dress on Women's Home missions.
This service was followed by a sacred
concert given by the church choir, of
which Mrs. C A. Daniels is leader. The
concert was pronounced exceptionally
good, r j
"Too much mother-in-law" was the
reason given by Henry Rath, driver
of a wagon for the Associated Chari
ties, In the municipal court this morn
ing in answering to a charge of as
sault and battery made by his wife.
Mrs. Irene Rath. The latter accused
her husband of beating her and spank
ing tlie .one month's old baby.
Judge Stevenson settled the case by
advising the mother-in-law to stay en
tirely away from the young couple.
1914 APPLE CROP- LOW
(Special to The Journal.)
North Yakima. Wash., April J. Un
sold stocks of the 1914 apple crop have
been cat to 60 cars, according to esti
mates of the principle growers and
shippers today. A shipment of 75
cars this week and 65 last reduced the
storage on hand to 125 cars, 1 65 of
which are held by buyers. The price
asked for winesaps . is $1.25 a box
f. o. b. Sales this week ranged $1.10
to $1.20. An estimate of the storage
made March 12 showed 275 cars un
sold In storage here.
Miss De Graff
To Leave. Tonight
. Miss Grace De Graff, the northwest
ern representative at the international
peace conference to be held ' at The
Hague this month, will leave tonight
at 11 o'clock from the Union depot for
Chicago. There she will meet the
other western and middle western mem
bers of the delegation, including Miss
Jane Addams of Hull House, who Is a
personal friend of Miss. De Graffs.
The party will leave there next Sunday
for New York, whence they will sail
on Tuesday, April 18, for Europe.
OILER SERIOUSLY INJURED
Francisco Bellesohi, oiler at 1 the
Clark-Wilson Lumber company at
Llnnton, sustained a possible fractur
of the skull when he was caught r
whirled In some shafting in wl.:
he was working this morning. Ho l
at the Good Samaritan hospital.
Bound Over to Grand Jury.
Frank Thompson, who declares l i
ownership Of four mines in Alaska, vh i
ued at $36,000, and who ten days a
purchased an automobile on a che
that is declared by local banks to t
a forgery, was bound over to th
grand Jury today by Municipal Jud
Stevenson. The check f or . the auto
mobile was for $2250. Several check
tor smaller amounts are also named 1
A - capitalist at Oakland, Cal'., 1 -'
fighting for a fee of $2 from th
court. He was 'a trial uror and ha;
started for court ' before he foun -!
there was no sitting. Nevertheless, 1
claims pay for that day's work.
Xay S. Springer Laid to Best. Ray
D. Springer, a member of the Spanish-American
War Veterans, was
buried yesterday in Rivervlew ceme
tery after seryices in Dunning's chap
el, 414 East Alder street. Scout Young
Camp No. 2, S, A. W. V., took charge
of the funeral. The deceased tvas
engaged in business up to the first
of the year with the Grand Union Tea
company. He leaves a widow, Mrs.
Marie Springer, who resides at 163
Pastor Wisdom Speaks. A large and
attentive audience greeted Pastor W.
M. Wisdom, of New York city, yester
day afternoon at Woodcraft hall, when
he delivered his masterful discourse
on "God's Love vs. Eternal Torment."
The speaker proved himself to be a
close, analytical student of the Bible,
spoke with great force and positive
ness and clinched every point with a
"Thus saith the Lord."
Bpenoer Tea Boom Inaugurates Spe
cial Dinner. Beginning Monday even
ing, April D, a table d'hote dinner will
be served at 50c a plate in the Spen
cer Tea Room, third floor Journal
building, from 6 to 8 p. m. This din
ner will be characterized by delicious,
seasonable viands of the highest qual
ity, perfectly cooked and served in
the daintiest manner. (Adv.)
Services at Trinity Church Funeral j
services for Dr. Victor H. Smith, well !
known Dhvsiclan atrl fnrmr fnnh.n I
star, were held from the Trinity Epis
copal church this morning with in
terment in the Rivervlew cemetery
Dr. Smith died at his home, 351 Third
street, Friday night.
WUl Discuss Taxation, The revenue
and taxation department of the Oregon
Civic league will meet Tuesday noon
in the college room of the Hazelwood,
for discussion ' of current taxation
items and business. Topics for study
during the spring will be considered.
Alert with" optimism
glowing with color
verve and vigor of
Springtime! I speak
of these young men's
suits now being
shown on the second
$10 to $25
Morrison at Fourth
1 a at
i z r
One big lot of
Men's Suits,- val
ues up to $10.
$20 Men's Suits
New patterns ykv af w
English cut- TT
awav Suits, val- vU I UM
ues up to $20, at
$1 BOYS' PANTS : $2 GIRLS' DRESSES
Knickerbocker yf f White Dresses,
B o y' Pants. at- J-f fT trlm'dwith lace or g J-
$1 values, sp'l embrold'y, $2 vals.
$20 LADIES SUITS
One lot of Worn- fv
en's Suits, in all u) 51 If
shades. Values ud JJ
to 20.00. Spe
$7.50 Ladies' Dresses
A lot of Dresses in -1
plain and stripes. j I i
Values ud to II
$7.50. Specially J ! !
priced at JLj
Steamer Jesie Xarklna for Camas.
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington- atreet
dock at 2 p. m. (Adv.)
XeCargar, Bates ft Lively Fire, cas
ualty and automobile Insurance. Yeon
bldg. Telephone Main 168. (Adv.)
I"or Sent. Small space 4th St.. be
tween Alder and Morrison. Main
J. P. Johnson, dentist, moved to
BUlte 523, Pitock block, (Adv.)
LOW Prices on PrlnMnr nf .11 1.1-
F. W. Baltes & Co. Main 165. A-1166. Ad.
Hi. B. CL Brawn Sn Tie. vrv. 1.
bldg. ; . (Adv.)
Troubadour Daneinar ClnTi Lsrfoi
Easter party, Apr. 6, Cotillion hall. Ad.
Dr. Dayton, glasses. Swetland hulM.
Ins. . : (Adv.)
St. Louis Citv hospital rives froo
treatment to local drug habit vic
15c Ribbons OJLr $150 Cor- AQ 25c Ties lO.
now at J4l Bets at. now a 1C
Has enabled this bank to ac
cumulate a surplus of $1,000,
000 for additional protection
of its depositors. Thrift will!
enable you also to save.
Liberal rate of interest paid by
The United States National Bank
Third and Oak Streets, Portland, Or.
One lot of Men's and.
Women's Shoes.' $3'
values, special. . .
One lot of Boys'"
and Girls' Shoes,
$3.50 value. Spec'l
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Jimsfc im Time
for Easter Week
the New .
is now ready for, you at the
The Taste Tells
Where Celro-Kola Is Served:
Ju W. Allen, Druggist. 221 North 16th. cor. Marshall.-
Alberta Pharmacy, 801 Alberta' St.
Arbor Lodge Pharmacy. 1874 Greeley Bt. :
Archer Place Confectionery. 6631 Foster Rd.
The Bush Pharmacy. 11th and Montgomery Sts.
M. Bolos. Confectionery. 81 North 10th St
Brink's Pharmacy, 13th and Washington. Bts.
Beaver Pharmacy. 660 Umatilla St.
8. L. Beary, Confectionery, 61 Milwaukle St
Geo. K. Brad s haw. 6539 Foster Road.
W. Blackburn. 82d and Sixth Ave.
H. F. Brandon Pharmacy. 701 Hawthorne.
Coffman's Chocolate Shop, Broadway and Morrison.
Clarke-Woodard Drug Co., W. Park and Alder Sts.
L. L. Crocker. Druggist. 231 N. 23d St. - -
Casperson A Jensen. Confectionery. 1772 E. Gllsan.
J. Coulson, Grocery, 776 Union (Ave. North.
Colonial Chocolate Shop, lth! and Klllingsw'h.
Cortlson Bros., 12th and Washington Sts.
J. R.Dun. The Palm. 677 Washington fit -
Dickson Drug Company, 73 East Kightieth Street
Ernst's Confectionery. Broadway and Washington St
Ernst's Dolly Varden. 11th and Washington Sts.
Empress Sweet Shop. Empress Theatre Bldg.
Eagle .Drug- Company, 1403 Hawthorne Ave,
W. E. Fowler. Druggist 1983 East Gllsan St .
Fish & Hoy, Confectionery.- 6681 Foster Road.
M. V. Hal 11 day. East Tenth and Burnslde.
The Haselwood Confectionery, 888-90 Washington,
M. R, Handen. 622 Union Ave. North.
G. H. Hempstock. 690 Lombard St.
M. C Haines. Confectionery. 178 BurnaldeSt.
Globe Pharmacy. 120 East 28th St N.
Golden Fbarmacy. 4tn at. ana uawtnorne at
Geneva Chill Parlors, 216North Jersey St
Oolden's Pharmaoy, bl u matin a
8 2d and
Gray's Crossing Pharmacy.
B. B. jacks. 1046 Beimont wt
A. L. Jacques, Dry Goods, 807 Clinton Bt.'
, G. H' Johnson, Waltlng-rm. 2d, Tet. Wash. St Stark.
Jancke Drug Co.. Grand and Hawthorne Area
Kem Park Candy KItohen, 6612 Foster Road.
Kamusher & Nudelman. 263 First St, near Madison.
Kirbuson Confectionery. 119 Grand i Ave.
. Killingsworth Candy Kitchen. 120; Kllllngsworth.
Wm. Kuckenberg, 176 Fourth St., Waiting-room.
W. H. Knapp, Hellig Theatre Bldg.
Keystone Cream Store. 23d end Washington.
A. Lamoreaux. Confectionery, 118 Shaver Bt ,
Linnton Pharmacy. Llnnton. Or. !
Long1eys Delicatessen and .Grocery, 400 3d. St.
W. Mitchell. 386 East Burnslde St I
W. J. Morrison. East 67th and Bandy Road.
Multnomah Hotel Confectionery, 61 Third Bt
Montgomery Pharmacy. Sdi and Montgomery.
Nob Hill Pharmacy. 23d and Gllsan Sts, i- .
H. Nlelson, Confectioner and Grocer, 281 North 19th Bt.
R. E. Nichols. East 8th and Burnslde Sts.
Nichols Drug Company. 48d and Bandy Road.
Orlando Pharmacy. 20th and Washington Sts. , ,
Portland Cho locate 8 hop,' Portland Hotel Bldg.
Perkins Hotel Pharmacy, 6th and Washington Bta.
8. Pappas, Star Theatre Bldg., Park and Washington.
' Peterson Estate. Pool Room. 60 Third St
Peninsula Pharmacy, 88 Killlngsworth Ave.
Portsmouth Confectionery. 820 Lombard Bt,
' Portsmouth Drug Company. Portsmouth.
Z. V. Richards. Confectionery. 189 North ISd St
W. C. Reed, Confectionery, 161 Broadway, near Morrison.
W. G. Ross. Confectionery, 2003 East Gllsan St ,
Regal Pharmacy. 87th and Sandy Road.
Jack Ryen. King's Heights WaUlng-rin. 7T1 Wssh.
F. G. Robinson. Confectionery. 788 Washington.
Rose Vista Inn, formerly 12-Mlle House. -E.
A. Robinson. Druggist. 23d & Washington.
L. Swetland & Sons, 273 Morrison St . I
The Sugar Bowl. 678 East Broadway.
J. E. Sophy. 908 Milwaukle Ave. f
Stipe Bros.. Confectionery. Third and Davis Sts. r
W. J. Smith, Union and Holladay Avea.
Standard Pharmacy, 169 North 21st Ft
Scof fin's Chocolate, Shop. 314 Washington St
John M. Thompson, 44th and East Harrison Sts.
. Thomas' Pharmacy. 42d 8treet and Gladstone Ave.
Vaughn Bros., 112 North Third St. Waiting-room.
University Drug Co.. University Park, j
E. I Williamson. 628 East 26th St I -Waverly
Pharmacy. 26th and Clinton Sts.
Washington Pharmacy, 16th and Gllsan fits.
Woodard, Clarke & Co.. W. Park and Alder Sta, 1
Fred O. Ward. 628 Williams Ave.
.Wassr Druer Store, Peninsula Station.
A. Ci. Woolworth. 1661 East Thirteenth Street
L. p. Horton.- Oregon City, Or. . : . ,
- L. Hilton. Oregon City. Or. . j
Wilson Drug Co., 605 Main St. Vancouver, Wash.
H. E. Price. Ferry Waiting-room, Vancouver. Wash.
' Hayden Island Waiting-room.
1 W. R. Kelly fie. Son. Confectionery. East 80th and TamhllL
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