The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 28, 1919, Page 11, Image 11

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    THE OREGON -DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1313. -
TOWN TOPICS
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JOUBXAL TRAYEI. BUREAU
Traveler to ell points of the United States
- or abro.4 aboald take edrantace of experienced
i information - and rrica offend throuah The
' twaewa Joernat Trmvai Bursa a. in personal
etiarge of Itorwr B. Smith. Uailroad tickej. and
btaawhtp book ins arranged, t'oreian exchanaa
batted. Information citea recardinc pajeporu.
TODAY'S FORECASTS
Portland and ririnity- Tonirbt and Saturday
frotwbly fete; wrath to west wind.
Oregon and Waahtnaton Tootaht and Satur
day probably rain west portion, rain or enow eaat
c portion; ireth aouth to weet Wlnde.
WEATHEKT0!rDITI05S
The principal center of low prawn re haa ad
- Taned from Colorado to Illinois, and another is
; arvarent in Wanhtnaton. High pranure prevail.
' from middle western Canada to Texas, and on the
' north Atlantic and south I'sHflc coaU. Precip
itation has occurred over a larce part of the coun
try west of tha Mbwlwlppi rirrr. A severe mow
: storm, accompanied by htli wind, is in procreas
; in Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri. The tempera
' ture is miKh milder over most of the country
i rat of tha Mississippi river, and in parts of Man
. itoba. Beakatehewan. and Montana, and ia much
;' colder In British, Columbia and orer considerable I
; areas in tha flains states. Temperature below
, rem extends southward over Nebraaka and Iowa.
The temiierature is below normal eirept oer a
limited area on tlie I'acific coast. The greatest
deficiency is tn Houttt iJakots. Nebraska and
Missouri.
' ' Hnutbeart storm warnins were ordered at
P. la i ne, BetUncbam and Anscortes. Wash., and
tuutuweit warning at all other seaports in Ore
gon and Washington, st i:30 yesterday. Tha
wind reached a velocity of 7- miles sn hour from
tha southeast during tlie night at North Head,
Washinion. M KIVARD L. -WELLS.
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Billings. Mont.
Boise, fdaho
Calgary, Alberta
Chicago, 111,
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Helena. Mont. . . .
Huron, H. It.
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Ixw Angeles, Cal. ...........
Med ford. Or. ...
New Orleans. I-e ...........
New York City
Portland, Or.
Prince Albert, Bask
St. Iiouis, Mo.
St. Paul. Minn
Salt Lake City, Utah
San franrtsea, Cal. . . .
Brattl. Wash.
Bpokane, Wash
Valdta, Aias.
Vancouver, B. C
Walla Walla. Wash.
Washington, D. C. ,
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THIiirT STAMPS
and
WAR KAVINUS STAMPS
On Balo at
Business Ofiioe, Tba Jouraal
ChlropraetIe--WHl it cure you and how?
V vott ars a uiirYerf from nnv a iiqp
chronic or acute, hear this free lecture
" this Friday evening: at 8 o'clock by,
Oscar W. Elliott, president of the
' Pacific Chiropractic college, in the as
sembly room of the college, corner Park
and Yamhill. Various diseases and con
ditlons will be discussed demonstra
tions of Chiropractic adjustment and
. how they will cure you will be given.
Lecture will be free. Public invited,
free diagnosis during clinic hour, fol-
; lowing; lecture by the best of dlagnostl-
; clans. Adv.
Evening Star Grange Members of
Evening Star Grange, . meeting at
Kighty-seventh and Division streets
will administer the third and fourth de
grees at their regular meeting Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock to four candidates.
Dinner will be served from 12 to 1
"o'clock, and a program will be started
? at 1:45 o'clock. Selections will be ren
drsd.by. the MU Tabor orchestra, a
reading . wui te given ty iMna. May
Ruth, a paper will -be read on good roads
by William Amburn and a talk will be
given on agriculture and forestry by
- William Lake, a United States timber
I a usovs
r rouce wp rigni iuis xuraovjen
was arrested Thursday afternoon on
. the complaint of J. F. Kordic, and
charged with an assault with a danger
ous weapon. The two men had been
fighting in the vicinity of Twenty
fourth and York streets, and the police
were called to quell the disturbance.
Kordio was found suffering from scalp
wounds, said to have been Inflicted
by Zurkovlch. He was taken to the
emergency hospital for treatment.
Pvblie Market Is Subject "Does the
public market serve the people of Port
land?" City Commissioner C. A. Bige
low, Ray Gill, Eastern Multnomah
county farmer, and S. B. Hall, Mult
nomah county agriculturist, will speak
on tha question before the Oregon Civic
league Saturday noon at tha Benson
hoteL Intimation that efforts are be
ing made to abolish the public market
have resulted in the arrangement frr
the addresses. Mrs. O. O. Lamson will
speak on "Armenia."
Reckless Driver Fined A jail sen
tence of three days and a fine of S53
was imposed on H. Jacobson, driver of
a Vancouver bus, who was convicted
. In the municipal court Thursday of
reckless driving. Testimony of OfficeV
Kippen, who made the arrest, showed
that Jacobson was driving along Union
avenue at the rate of 30 miles an
s hour . and drove past a street car, en
dangerlng the lives of several passen
gers who were alighting from it.
Free Health Leetere On the after
effects of influenza and how to regain
your normal health; Influenza leaves
trie physical condition of all of its
victims in a badly run down and
weakened condition. Hear this lecture.
It may mean much. to you. It will be
v.n I ... . ni ttiii.ii : j .
or me facinc Chiropractic college in
the assembly room of the college, corner
or park and Yamhill, Friday evening.
eDruary 28 at 8 o'clock. Adv.
To Discuss Jewish Relief Services
will be fcejd at Synagogue Shaarei Torah.
First and Hall streets,. Saturday, at 9
a. m.. unaer the direction of Rabbi HI
Marchbeln. assisted by the choir. Rabbi
Arthur Montaz, rabbi of Congregation
Ahaval Sholom. will address the congre
gation on the subject of Jewish relief.
This will be the first talk on the com
ing drive for the Jewish sufferers of
Kurope and Palestine.
gpUster Penetrates Eye While hur
rying to check odt from work at! the
Columbia River Shipyard Thursday
night, William Hendrlcksen, 308 Salmon
street, tripped and fell on a pile of
rubbUt, running a splinter Into his
right eye. He was taken to the Sell
wood hospital, where it waa found that
an i operation may be necessary to
save the sight.
Kit; Art! for Men The United
States navy needs men to fill the va
cancies caused by those who enlisted
for the duration of the war only. Re
cruiting offices are at 2M Dekum build
ing" and enlistment is open to men be
tween the ages of 18 and 35 years, who
possess a grammar school education.
Xaiamas Plan Trip Mazamas will
leave town Sunday at 1:30 a. m. on the
St. Johns car. Reaching St. Johns, they
win cross the ferry to Whit wood Court
and then tramp out the Germantown
road to the Skyline boulevard, whence
they will follow the high ridge back to
WlHamette heights. v y ; -r -
Extension Classes Open University of
Oregon extension classes meeting for the
first time this evening for tho new term
at the Central library are : : "Literature
of National Idealism." Mrs.- Parsons,
room H. 7 :30 ; "Contemporary Ldtera
turel" Dr. ; Bates,- room Q. o'clock ;
"Elementary General Psychology Dr.
Conklin, Room 7, 7 o'clock; "Principles of
Genetic Psychology, Dr. Conklin, room
E. o'clock j -Music, Dr. Landsbury,
room A, 7 :1$ r Electricity and Magne
Usm, Mr. Wilder and Mr. Caine. north
gallery, 7:15, As this' ia the beginning
of tho new term those interested are
urged to attend the opening meetings of
the classes. Visitors are welcome. Uni
versity credit may be earned In any of
the classes. For fwrther information call
the university office at the Courthouse,
Main 3575.
Andnbon Clab Meeting "Sea. Birds of
Three Arch Rocks," is the subject of the
illustrated lecture at the bird club, story
hour room. Central library. Saturday
night. March 1. at 8 o'clock, by Herman
T. Bohlman, color photographer and or
nithologist. Three Arch Rocks was the
first reservation In Oregon set aside for
exclusive use of birds by President
Roosevelt. The public Is invited.
Realisation Leagie Meeting The
monthly indoor picnic of the Realiza
tion league will be held tonight at the
league's headquarters, over the Wom
an's Exchange building, 186 Fifth
street. In response to roll call mem
bers are expected to make quotations
from Lincoln or Washington. Lunch
will be served at 6 :30.
Union Meeting Postponed Because
most of the members are participating
in the "Slippery Gulch" carnival at the
Auditorium, . the regular meeting of the
International Brotherhood of Boiler
makers, Iron Shipbuilders and Helpers
will be omitted tonight, it was an
nounced today by the secretary of
Local 72.
Rabbi Montaz Speaks Services will
be held at the Congregation Ahav.-tt
Sholom, Park and Clay streets, tonight
at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Arthur S. Montaz
will deliver a sermon. SaturUary morn
ing service at 9:30 o'clock. Itev. R.
Abrahamson4 will officiate.
Kabbl Wise to Npeak "The Slavic
Nations arid the Jews" will be Rabbi
Wise's topic at Beth Israel Friday
evening at 8. Sabbath services Satur
day jLt 10:30. Sunday' evening class,
"Aristotle and Medieval Jewish
Thought."
Debate Teams Named Debate try outs
at Reed college resulted in the choice of
Herbert Swett and Irvin Goodman on
the junior team and James W. Ganten
bein and John McCourt representatives
of the sophomore class. The two classes
will clash in a dual forensic meet late
in March. Bolshevism in Russia will be
the question under discussion.
At the Ad Club Meeting Thursday,
Ivan B, Rhodes, who was regional sec
retary of the Y. M. C. A. in France,
related briefly some of his experiences
at the war front. Criticisms of the
Y. M. C. A., he said, apply perhaps In
individual instances, but not to the gen
eral service, which was conducted with a
high degree of efficiency and devotion.
Tne Call of the Open Road will be tug
Sing at you soon. Rains will stop, flow
ers and birds will Inhabit the woods
once more, and the family will want to
go picnicking. Have you got a car? If
not, how can they go? Better select your
auto today from the "automobile" col
umn of The Journal "Want" ads. Adv.
Riverside Park Dancing Pavilion
Open for the season. Dancing every
Sunday afternoon and evening-. Mil
waukie or Ore. City car direct to Park.
A. H. Dow ling, manager. Adv.
Salem-Portlaad Anto Stage leaves
Bligh hotel 9 a. m., arrives Imperial
hotel 11 :40 a, m. ; leaves Imperial hotel
2 :30 p. m., arrives Salem 5 :10 p. m.
daily. Adv.
Men's Resort Program The young
women of the First M. E. church will
give a, program of music and songs at
the Men's Resort, Saturday night, at 8
o'clock. Refreshments will be served.
Announcement Kxtraordinary J.
Campbell White on the inter-church
world movement, in Trinity church,
Sunday night at 8, 19th and Everett- A
great orator, a great subject. Christians
of every denomination are invited. Come
early. Adv.
Statutory Charge Filed Lloyd Bulger
was arrested at his home at Union ave
Open
Saturday
Evenings
380-386 EAST MORRISON
Double Trading Stamps Saturday and Monday
Early Showing of
New Spring Garments
New Spring Coats, Capes and Dolmans. New Dress
Skirts in attractive fancy and plain silks, in a large
variety of styles, at the right price.
SPECIALS for SATURDAY and MONDAY
Silk Petticoats
Women's new Silk Petticoats of Chiffon Taffeta Silk in all
the new spring shades. Exceptional values. tiJQ CtCk 1
Special at vdiUt I
Hosiery Specials
Women's Fibre Silk Boot Hose (white only), double sole,
high spliced heels, lisle top. Special values at, lOs
pair pbtL
Children's fine ribbed fast black, medium weight QQ
cotton hose. Sizes 5 to 10. Very special value at OOv
Make a visit to our Kitchenware Department and
take advantage of the extraordinary values we are offer
ing. 10 piece casserole sets at a special price OfT
per set of tPXetewO
Blue band Mixing Bowl Nests, in sets of 3. Sizes 7Ck
6, 7 and 8-inch. Special f C
LaundrySoapSpecial-SATURDAY ONLY
Four bars of Crystal White Laundry Soap OCT
for e4tC
Limit of eight bars to each purchaser.
Boys' Blouses
Made from fine quality percale and blue chambray, fine
vorkmanship, all seams double stitched and felled, full cut
with yoke, pockets, pearl buttons and adjustable 'TfT
waistbands. $1.00 values for special at. , O C
Men's Work Gloves
Made of mule skin, all seams stitched outside, in-
side very smooth. Saturday .and Monday. ,01 C
Men's Hose Supporters, Saturday and Monday. ...... .15c'
Knit Wrist Canvas Gloves 10c; 3 for. 25c
! MARK ELL'S
nue and East Conch street, late Thurs
day afternoon . by Inspectors Maloney
and LaSalle, and is herd In the city jail
on a -statutory charge Involving a 15-year-old
girt. Bulger's bail was set at
11000. which he was unable to furnish.
Eat B r a 4 1 y PUs They're fine S
At leading restaurants and grocers.
Bradley's Cocoanut cream Pies, U-um !
What's best? Bradley's mince Pies. Adv.
Soldiers Welcome Dance Cotillion
hall. Friday night. Big time Come.
All members of Sixty fifth artillery in
uniform free. Adv.
Steamer Iralda for St. Helens and Rai
nier, dally at 8:30 p. tn.. foot of Alder
street. Sunday, St. Helens only, 1 :30 p.
m. Adv.
Steamer Jessie Harklns for Camas,
Washougal and .way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday, leaves Alder street dock at
2 p. ' m. 'Adv.
Doctor Rlaghoffer, Dentist, has re
sumed practice. Rose City Park. 43d and
Sandy blvd. Tabor 1698. Residence Ta
bor 7878. Adv.
Effective March ( Strs. Lurline and
Undine leave Alder et dock for Astoria
dally except Sunday, at 8 p. m. Adv.
Dance Satarday night Multnomah
hotel assembly hall; Victoria Jasz or
chestra. Valuable prizes. Adv.
folsmbla River Smelt, SO-lb. box 31.00.
Northwest Fish Products Co. Phone
Main- 4760. 205 Yamhill street. Adv.
Dance Every Satnrday Right, Beck
er's hall, Corbett, on Columbia river
highway. Good music. Adv.
MeCarger, Bates A Lively Fire, cas
ualty and automobile Insurance. Yeon
building. Telephone Main 188. Adv.
Hadley A SUrer, tailors, make depend
able clothes. 100 Sixth st., corner Stark.
Adv.
Hatrcottlng an Art Try us. Market
Barber shp, 187 Vi 4th at Yamhill. Adv.
Dr. K. R. Hamilton moved to 401 Mor
gan building. Main 719. Adv.
Dancing, Prise Walts Saturday night;
gold coin awarded. 409 Alder st
Dr. C. E. Brown, Eye, Ear Mohawk
building. Adv.
PERSONAL MENTION
Methodist Delegates Arrive
Method if t delegates to attend t-be joint
contennary conference ir. the city began
to arrive at the Portland this morning
from all over the country. W. E
Doughty of New York headed the dele
gation. Among other representatives
are Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hand of New
York, F. C. Morris of San Francisco,
O. J. Perry of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
John O. Bolton of Seattle, M. 'J. Tren
cry of Chicago and J. H. Weister of
Spokane.
Pendleton Man Guest
J. W. McCormmach, president of the
Pendletoi Auto company, is one of the
auto show visitors. He is at tho Mult
r.omah. Mr. McCormmach denies any
connection wit-a the wild men of Pen
dleton." "I hid out when that bunch
got started," he said. "I don't belong
to them. There is a certain tribe at
Pendleton that does all those stunts."
Mr. McCormmach predicts an enormous
after-the-war trade in automobiles this
Bummer, especially in the way of farm
trucks and tractors.
Peter Kyne Here
Captain Peter B. Kyne, noted Callfor
nia author, ia at the Benson today on a
tour through the Northwest to freshen
his color on a new novel he is writing.
He is accompanied by his adopted son
Marcel.
Japanese Merchant Guest
H. Ochida, one of Japan's most promi
nent business men, is registered at the
Benson from Tokio. Mr. Ochida is mak
ing a trip along the Pacific Coast, study
ing business methods and conditions. He
came to Portland from San Francisco.
He Is "Some" Swimmer
Dr. Edmond M. Mills of Syracuse. N.
Y., although 65 years of age, performed
the feat of beating five young men in
Butterick
Fashions
a swimming race while visiting in Port
land. Dr. Mills is honorary vice presi
dent of the American Rose society. He
left tho Cornelius Thursday, -
Airplane , Spruce Head
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross of Mis
soula, Mont-, are at the Multnomah. Mr.
Ross is head of the airplane spruce pro
duction in Montana. ,
Woodruff to Resign
Mark Woodruff, who haa been pub
licity man for the Multnomah, has re
signed hie position and expects to enter
the advertising business for himself in
the near future.
e
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. LyUe of Vale
are visiting at the Portland.
R. K. Roberts, Northwest representa
tive for the Oakland motor car, with
offices at Seattle, is attending the auto
show. He is staying at. the Multnomah.
A. A. Hilton, prominent business man
from Seattle, is a guest at the Benson.
Harold Cohen, merchant from Uepp
ner, is at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mm, C. J. Edwards of Tilla
mook have arrived at the Seward on
their return home from Salem, where
they have been attending the legisla
ture. C. M. Delin, railroad contractor from
Medford. is at the Cornelias.
William Haylor of Heppner is a guest
at the Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Bents of Au
rora are at the Portland.
A. F. Coates, lumberman from Seattle,
is a guest at the Multnomah.
O. P. Colvln, prominent contractor
from Seattle, is at the Benson.
A. B. Cordley and family, from Cor
vallis. -are visiting at the Imperial.
E. O. Blanchar, banker from Hood
River, is at the Seward.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lemon are attend
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We Close
Saturdays at
8 P. M.
Union Store
V
Thid
FIRE BELLS
Best Grade 6-Inch Bells, Each
3
Place Your Order
THIRD STREET ELECTRIC STORE
PHONE MAIW 606
OPF. PLAZA BLOCK
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Noted Editor to
White Temple Tonight
2 Dr. Clifton Gray, editor of th$ well-known Chicago Baptist Standard. S
will lecture at the White Temple tonight on his experiences in the war EE
SS sone. 5
EE Dr. Gray - was Invited by Great Britain to make a special study of
fj conditions in Europe, and has recently returned to this country and is 2
S publishing in his paper, as well as speaking in the various cities of the
IS country, upon his experiences and observations in Europe. .
(; Dr. Gray's lecture will be of interest to the Portland public and a S
2 general invitation is extended to hear hint. .There will be no admission '
charge and the lecture will begin at S o'clock. s
aiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiuiimiumiumum
ing the auto shew, from New berg. They
are at the Seward. -.
George W. Johnson, banker and mer
chant from Dufur, is at the Cornelius,
J. T. Morrow of Lewlston, Idaho, Is
visiting at the Carlton.
H. J. Schulderman, corporation com
missioner from Salem, la at the Mult
nomah. :'.
George T. Baldwin, rancher from Kla
math Falls, is at the Imperial.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Chartes Deepain
of Pendleton are guests at the Carlton.
American Interests
Replacing Germans
In South America
Washington. Feb. 28. (U. P.) Amer
ican capital plans to take-over German
interests in Venesuela, Colombia and
Central America, according to Latin
American diplomatic advices here to
day. German trading concerns, banks and
development enterprises in several cases
are willing to sell out to interests from
the United States, it is announced, while
other concerns confiscated by some of
the governments that entered the war
would be turned over to the Americans
by those governments.
Douglas W. Taylor Estate
Inventory and appraisement of the
estate of Douglas W. Taylor filed in
County Judge Taz well's court Thursday,
show assets, consisting mainly of real
estate, valued at 810,189.50. The apprais
ers were Martin Pratt, C. W. Palett and
John McQuinn.
We Still Continue the Big
OVERCOAT
SALE
As Seen in
Our
South
Window
OFFERING
AT
All-Wool
Raglan
Coats
SJSBBBk
Wonder Store
never misleads. We
are showing for tho
outer people' a
full and complete
lino of the now Waist
Model Suits in al tho
latest weaves. It's
to your advantage to
see us.
Never a
Misstatement
in Our
Advertising
and Aid ok
A'95
1,
Got 'em in Stock?
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Now
224!4 Third St, Near Salmon
Lecture at the 1
Knights of Pythias
Convene for First
District Conclave
The first district of Knights of Pythias
will hold Its annual convention, this eve
ning in Phalanx lodge hall, 426V4' East
Alder street. , Many of the out-of-town
members, officers and delegates will at
tend. . .
Grand Chancellor Fred Johnson of
Astoria will make the principal address.
An opening address, welcoming the
members, will be made by Grant P.
Dimick of Oregon City.
After dinner speakers will be Hamilton
Johnstone, George Hoeye, B. F. Mulkey,
A. Carl Nelson, I. N. Palmer and A. 8.
Hendee. The lodge will be presided over
by John Hllier, district deputy grand
chancellor. General arrangements are
in charge of F. O. Beaton, past chancel
lor, and Past Grand Chancellor Leslie K.
Crouch and others will greet visitors.
Thinking
of Clothes
It is worth while
for you to know thtt the
kind you want-
RANKIN
Has Provided
and his service costs you
less than you may expect.
Every square foot of space
in this Portland's liveliest
clothes shop is used to
the' best advantage, and
Rankin himself works hard
to please you thus 'cut
ting out extravagant over- .
head salaries and rents
usually paid by large stores.
"Fortlaad's Liveliest Clotkes Shop"
toRANKIN?
CLOTHIERS
TAILORS HABERDASHERS
112 SIXTH
TOOT!! TOOT!!
We're starting to toot our
own horn again Our
phonographs have no
horns, but they toot just
the same; some here for
you to toot too. Better
get on the band wagon.
Our
February Phono
graph Club
is near over. Mighty easy way
to get a machine. A little dandy
for $30 plays any one of 60,000
records ; a better one for J32.60,
$50, $60. or a fine machine for $90,
$115 and up; all finishes.
No Down Payment
Necessary
You buy what records you want
and start very easy terms on your
machine later. Just that eaiy.
Phone Broadway 7&fl
Reed - French Piano
Mfg. Company
WASHINtGTOJf at TWELFTH ST.
Safe
Milk
For Infants
& InyaEda
IfeCeekuf
A Nutritious Diet tor ATI Ami
Quick Lunch; Home or Office.
OTHERS ar IMITATIONS
Reliable Dentistry
We cuarantea oar work for 10
yean. Wa win examine roar teetli
free and tail yea juat what taey
require and what it will coab
Oo)d Fllllnaa. ... .1.00 and Us
Q old Crown. . . . . . .f3.B0-S8.00
Porcelain Crewni. . . S3.60-fB.00
Full act f TeeUi for. $8.00
Palnleea Extraction BOe
Silver Fllllnaa. SOe
I sire our personal attention to
all work.
Or. Newton
DR. H. F. NEWTON. Prop.
Open Evanlnas Until 10
Boston Painless Dentists
Between 4Ui and BUi ee Wadtlneten St. .
Rheumatism
I. a a fee gov SclaUea.
Sprained Backs eta,
saeeessfaDy treated.
Complete geaaraJ
aracttee.
Office acatls ..... i . See
Hoeae 'calls SLA
Cesflaemeat eases
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Dr. N. C
C HAMPTON
sad t IS Ma Blda
self
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F U N E M A L S
Beautiful
gray or
black adult
caskat. hears,
bo. 2 aulas,
embalming and
refined ml..
tor .......I.-
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MILLER & TRACE Y
Mala f ttl ' f 4.n.m . . . ....
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waters gtoa at Ella St, Between Sttk and flltt 8ttM Waat Hide
NOTICE aAiJaf J"1!4" Um. ui
w . v wi lui wajiea ovaiev.
LOOKING AFTER YOUR TEETH
IS A BTTTT ASD SHOULD BE A PLEASTTBE. Good teeth mean good looks,
good digestion and good health. Have us attend to them. Honest work make
our success continuous. Painless extraction. -
Fartlcelar attention paid te plates asd brfdgewerk.
PYOBBHEA 8TJCCE8MFULI,T TREATED
EXAMINATION E&EE
Boem SiSS te S P. M. Plene Sf. SMS
as Tears la Fortlaad
WISE DENTAL CO.
FAILIKO BLDO, THIRD AND MTASHINOTON,
S. E. CORNER. ENTRANCE ON THIRD STREET.
TIRES'
OREGON VULCANIZING COMPANY
333-335 BURNSIDE ST.
JMetrilmtor
FEDERAL TIRES
Extra PI7 FABRIC TTRES Daoble Cable Base CORD TIRES
You Can't Beat 'Em
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Makes a pretty bum mixture.
Wool mixed with cotton's not
much better.
The higher and scarcer good
material, the greater has been
the tendency to use substi
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We've held fast to our ante-war
standard all wool and noth
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Fast colors, and nothing but
fast colors.
Highest type of tailoring.
Pays us pays you.
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Corbett Bldg., 5th & Morrison
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Funerals if rjealred for 120. 140, 160.
Higher priced funerals In proportion.
We manufacture caskets.
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Beautiful Funeral Chapel
Indananrlaat Vaa.ral Ttlrt.
Busjncss School
Day and Night
Business and Secretarial
Courses. Bookkeeping.
Typewriting Shorthand,
Penmanship, Spelling,
Arithmetic, and other bus
iness courses.
Soldier Mamberthfp
Free . TulUoa gQ Off.
Auto-Tractor
School
Day and Night
Practical Shop and Lab
oratory instruction.
Soldiers Membarahip
Free. Tnitioa Reduced.
' Prepare now for Sprinf
and Summer demands.
Radio Telegraphy
Day and Night "
300 wen prepared for
forernraent service last
year.
BEGIN NOW
Soldiers Membership
Free. Tuition gQ Off.
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