The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 09, 1919, Page 9, Image 9

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    'IID OHZGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, POHTLAND, SUNDAY I.IORNING, I.IArXII 0,
1010.
TOWN TOPICS
F.
OlfE TEAK AGO
At Horn
Tb. cornet itorte of tb Portland t-ibrfT
rmple, at Sixth and Mormon streets, vee laid
. (rtttt fitting- eeramoiuea of a cine nature; i
Colonel Xtteque prom tied a square deal to re
sard to Use overnaaeot.'a promisee o wuca and
. the eight boar day In the spruce production
division. ;' - , ' ,.:.., ..,-.-;-
Sctabllthment of a f250,000 sprne. aeaaonlac
: plant at Vancoarer. . Wash., to ba used in eon
- BeotioB with the goTurnmrnt'l big eat-up mill, wtl
, authorised by Washington authorities. ...,.!.
Abroad
1 ' Wsnlilntton Ctrrmsny, with the aid of Nich
olas Ienine, Boliherik prime minister, planned
to bring about industrial rcrdluuon la United
States Japan.; Franca,' Italy and England, said
am diptchrs. . .
Wshington r-Jermn prisoners in Siberia were
'reported to be oraaniiiny and arming themselves,
with the aid of tUe Bolxherlki, the plan betas to
turnace control of the iaclfio by Japan and the
entente. , -
Petroarad Mobilization of the Red army w'aa
, teiDg pressed rapidly. Thousands of officers and
privates affected by th demobilisation and war
joining the reds, -
With American Army In France - Germans
strafed tba American troops which were shipped
from the American front to that sector neat the
, French bordrr. ..
Berlin Parte waa bombarded from tba air la
reprisal Jor thai enemy 's bombing of German
( cities. ' - - .
JOUBXAL TRAVEL BUREAU
. Traveler to all p&Jtti of the United flutes
er abroad' shoald take advantage of experienced
Information and service offered through The
-Oregon Journal Travel Bureau. In . personal
charge of X)onr- B. Smith. Railroad tickets and
. nucu icunjuauon given reamnung pessporza.
r j THBIFT STAHF8
and'
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
on Sale at
Badness Office, The Journal
farm Teal Roasts, tte At Frank I
Smith's, 228 Alder street. 'Breast veal,
18c. Veal stew. 18c Veal cutlet. 30c
Less veal, 30c. Smith's good tenderloin
teak, 25c Smith's grood T-bone steak.
25c Smith's real - porterhouse steals
25c Smith's popular round - steak, 25c.
tnt muril , RnlHnv hf 1 Key .TImI
stsw, IZViC Corned beef, 18c Abso
lutely fresh hamburgr steak, 20a. Farm
pork shoulder roasts, 25c. Leg pig
pork, 30c j Sausare, 20c Choice pork
steak off leg. 35c Sliced bacon. 40c.
Salt pork, JOc Pure lard, 28c Short
. eniniT, 22a. Frank I Smith's Is 228
Alder street -Adv.
" Largs Xsoae Class Isitlsted The
Moose Leglonalres visited - St. Johns
Friday night in s special car and
Initiated a class of 41 in Columbia
lodg-e, Mooseheart Legion of the -World.
The band of Portland lodge, Loyal
Order of Moose, accompanied, the
Legionalres. , After ' the ceremonies a
sumptuous lunch was served. Next
Friday night the Legionaires will visit
Vancouver. The Mooseheart Legion is
a special social degree within the Loyal
Order of Moose. Columbia Legion em
braces all of Western Oregon in 'ts
'jurisdiction,' and also Vancouver,
Wash. - ' . -
' , Sun glare ", la ; Invented A box-shaped
sungrlare .'has been Invented for use of
the forest service by Walter Jones, a
ranger on the Siskiyou. The device is
to protect the eyes of the lookout man
Jfty shutting out . all light except that
coming from the point he wishes to see.
- It is made Of fibre board, the shape of
a cigar box; with shutters on the inside
; to be adjusted so as to give only a hori
sontal view. F. H. Brundage, super
visor of . the Columbia national forest,
.will give the device a tryout this sum
mer. , ! "; j ,
Portland Boya Still Lead With 200
boys Signing membership applications in
the annual campaign up to Saturday
night, the boys' department of the
Portland Yr M. C. A. continued to
maintain Its : lead in competition with
the- Seattle association. Fisrures sriven
out by. Boys Work Secretary J. C.
Meehan. " Saturday, showed that" Port
land had reported ? a. total . of 61,000
points- up 'to Friday night as sagalnst
ft .total of 54,500 for Seattle The
contest . closes Monday night. . '
k Kev. J. P. O'Fljrnn announces & mission
conducted by Rev: O. Sunday, C. 8. 8. B,
In St. Charles church, at East Thirty
third and Alberta streets, will open Sun
day, March 9, at 10 :30 mass : closes Sun
day nights March ' 16. Daily exercises,
commencing Monday, March ID, as f'
lows : Mass and instructions, a :W ami
8:30 a. m. ; Instructions for children, 4:le
p. m.; devotion and sermon, 7:30 p. m,
Adv. y ., . :, ':'
Bird Lecture 'at Sorth Portland
Mrs. A. - It. Campbell of the- Oregon
Audoubon society, will lecture at the
North Portland Branch library, 190
East KUlingsworth ' t avenue. , Wednesday-
evening at $ o'clock. Her- subject
will be -Bird at Nesting Time.. The
lecture will -be illustrated with lantern
slides. No admission will be charged.
- "Lee Aralgoa' Cls 6rgaa!sed--4Iod-eled
on the plan . of the notary clubs,
an organisation of young: men between
the ages of 21 And 81 years was
launched at a luncheon at the T. M
C A. Fridays night.. Los AmigoS" was
selected as the club name.- Forty mem
bers were present at the Initial meet
ing. . The organisation, will be perfected
and permanent off leers chosen at a
meeting next ; Friday night.
Leagee Is Debate Tople The Albina
Citizens' I league has secured Robert
Treat Piatt and John F. Logan to- debate
on "The League of Nations" at the Al
bina branch library, 850 Knott street, on
Tuesday evening, March 11, at 8 o'clock.
Mr. Logan has the affirmative and Mr.
Piatt the negative of the Question.
Everybody is welcome. ,
When Tom Think Long Distance, think
"Northwestern," unaffected" by the local
consolidation. Obtain our service an
usual. To any;' Bell operator a,
"Northwestern, long distance." en the
automatic : dial "Long Distance."
Prompt. coureous.--Adv.
Pyorrhea Can Be Cnred Decay Is
preventable soft, crumbly teeth will
harden. Our knowledge at your service.
If your physician or dentist doubts. y u
may become a living testimony. Smith
Long Clinic, f Broadway building. Adv.
Plumbing See our ad under the "For
Sale Miscellaneous" column if you
wish to save money on your plumbln?
material and work. Woodward Plumb
ing shop, 800 Woodward avenue. Sell
wood 173. Adv.,.?
Patronize the ! Specialty Shop Let
your spring eorset be a Qoodwinjfsold
only by experienced corsetieres. We fit
the correct model to your figure. We
invite your Investigation. 812 Flledner
building. Tenth and Washington-Adv.
Lecture on Concentration "Concentra
tion, Pejver and; Success" will be the
subject of a lecture to be given Monday
morning at 11 o'clock in room A, Cen
tral library, by Dr. V. B. de Lory. The
lecture is free.
The Congregation Ahaval Sholom
will gtve an entertainment and Purlm
ball at B. B. ball, Thirteenth and Mill
streets, on Tuesday evening, March
1L Adv. . . ,
Free Leetnre Tonight "Man the
World BuBder," by Mrs. Louie Mac
Gregor, at Theosophtcal hall, 801 Cen
tral building, corner Tenth and Al
der. Adv. , ' v
Masquerade Ball, United Artisans,!
Wednesday. March 12, W. O. W. haU,
East Sixth and Aide. 35c Twelve
prizes and , door prize. Adv.
Free Lessons on Hawaiian . steel
guitars and ukuleles, expert teachers.
Oregon Ellers Music House. 287 Wash
ington st, Ellers Music buildingAdv.
Company F Plant Danee Company F,
O. N. G.t is making plans for an infor
mal dancing party at the armory on
Wednesday evening. Music by Union
Jazz band.
Salem-Portland Ante Stage leaves
Bllkh hotel 9 a, m.. ar-ives Imperial
hotel 11:40 a. m. ; leaves Imperial hotel
2 :30 p. arrives Salem 5 HO p. m.
daily. Adv.
Steamer jressie Harklss for Camas,
Washougat and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday, leaves Alder street dock at
2 p. m. -Adv.
Steamer Iralda for St- Helens and Rai
nier, daily at 2:80 p. m., foot of Alder
street. Sunday, St. Helens only, 1:30 p.
m. Adv. -"-; ; ( s r'
'Eat B r at 1 e y's . PiesThey're" fne t
At leading restaurants and gr-cers.
Bradley's Cocoanut cream Pies, U-cmt
What's bestT Bradley's mince Pies. Adv.
Take No Chances of losing your val
uables by theft or fire. Safety Boxes
53.60 yearly. - Vaults 284 Oak. Adv.
Effective March 4 Strs. Lurllne and
Undine leave Alder st. dock for Astoria
daily except Sunday, at 8 p. nu Adv.
Sr. Hnntberstoae has returned from
service and opened offices 519 Williams
avenue. Adv. J -
We Will Start Mill Tnesday morn
ing, March 11. Northern Pacific Lum
ber company. (Adv.)
Visits Beed College Carl J. Roehr,
1917 graduate of Jefferson high school.
was a visitor At Reed college Saturday,
after & year and a half of service with
the army is France. Roehr would have
entered Reed college the year after his
graduation from high school had he not
enlisted. He Is visiting his sister, Clara
Roehr, a junior at Reed. ,
Dr. Sedgwick, obstetrics and diseases
of -women. Selling bldg. Phone Main
2291V Adv. , . - - -
.Hadley A SUver. tailors, make depend
able clothes. 100 Sixth st, corner Stark.
Adv. ; V ;'' ' ;
Tesr Hair Cat as you wish It Market
Barber shop. 187 Fourth, ,aX TamhiU.
Adv. '
Ton May Profit by reading Word's
ad under financial classified avds. Adv.
Dr. J. J. Maheaey . moved to 827 Mo
hawk building. Phone Main 6318. Adv.
O. L. Daves pert Both phones. Lorg
distance hauling. 144 Front. Adt, '
Milk Cere Off ice 80S Selling building.
Phones: Main 6101. East 47. Adv.
MeMakos, lit per seat' Chiropractor,
81 115 Adv. ; . ... ,
PERSONALS
Office
Furniture
Milwaukie Chairs. We Are Sole Agent
Iq1- l'"
Desks, Tables, Chairs
i ; "Everything to jComplete the Office"-;
3 T1 Tl Q THE J- GILL c;
(I Tl H I I 'Hi Booksellers, Stationer
VwV 7i U U I Office Outfitters
yrr C3- Third and Alder SU.
- ' President Campbell In City '
P. L. Campbell, f president of the
University of Oregon, - accompanied by
Mrs. Campbell and daughter Jane, are
at the Seward extending a welcome to
their son, Walter K. Church, who has
Just been discharged , from the 85th
coast artillery, and celebrating his
engagement to Mies Bernice MacGreg
or of Astoria, which was recently an
nounced at the MaoOregor boms in
Astoria. Mr. r Church. ' was graduated
from the school of architecture of the
University of Oregon, and upon the
declaration , of war enlisted as a pri
vate. He was a master gunner at the
time of his discharge. He was 7')
days under fire at the engagements
at $tv Mihiel, Verdun and Argonne
forest, but returned without a scratch
to 'marry . his . sweetheart of -, pre-war
days. The wedding will take place
some time this spring. ,, .
Returns to Portland .
A. D. Stillman . of Montana, ' aa
active worker with agricultural organ
izations of that state, and formerly a
resident of Pendleton, c has returned
to Portland after several months' , ab
sence on his farm. : He will . remain
here for some time before again turn
tng -agriculturist in Montana. -,
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Hotel Manager Goes Fishing
A. H. Meyers, manager of the Oregon,
went fishing down on the Clackamas
with several of his guests the other day,
it is said, and returned with one fish
about 88 inches long, which they claimed
to have caught. Despite the constant
downpour of rain, the hotelmen insist
they bad a fine trip.
JoJin Taylor feooV in Town
One whose name belies his looks Is
John Taylor- Booz, an attorney from
Chicago, on legal business on the Pa
cific coast. "I am one kind of "boose
that can travel with impunity anywhere
in Oregon without being held up by fed
eral authorities," laughed Mr. Boos. Mr.
Booz is staying at the Portland.
Taeoma Shriners Arrive
The ! Tacoma delegation from the
Af i FI temple of Shriners arrived at the
Imperial Saturday afternoon. The party
consisted of Ellis L. Oarretson, Edward
B. King, G. C. Nolte and Charles W.
Johnson.
O. C. Pierce, newfy appointed succes
sor to W. E. Coman, manager of the
General Electric company, is a guest
at the Benson. ' ''-
Mrs. J W. F. Gratke is at the Port
land from AstoriaVoMivGratke is with
tJne) Astorian nuaget. . s . :
s. Mrs. R, la. Branson and daughters,
ef r Mitchell. S. D-, are staying at
the .Carlton 5 while touring through the
West . i
George W. MacDonald and G. B.
Carnine of Aberdeen arrived Saturday
at the Imperial.
The Astoria basketball team mem
bers are staying at the Oregon.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds of
Pendleton are guests at the Imperial.
P. E. O'Brien, . a Yakima fruit
grower, is visiting at the .New Per
kins. ,.!
Corporal Joseph E. Ouellette of
Camp Lewis and Mrs. Ouellette of La
Grande are spending the week end at
the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. EL", F. Wiles and Mrs.
Lee Fortmiller of Albany are among
the Portland visitors that welcomed the
Oregon troops Friday night. They are
at the Seward.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gates of ills
bo ro are guests st the Cornelius.
D. E. Fredericks, of the firm of
Fredericks, Nelson St Son, of Seattle,
arrived at the Benson Saturday nigh.
M. W. Kiddle of Island City is at
the Portland. . The Kiddles are promi
nent in the milling industry of Island
City. , :.r-.: t ' ' . '
Mr. and Mrs. F. H.-Cotter of Sep
secan. Waeh.T are at the. Carlton.
Frank Downey and L. zz. Pro vinos.
Wessen oil representatives . from New
Orleans, are at the Oregon."
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ayers of Prinevilie
are guests at the Imperial, .j, ;-
O. Nuttleton. canneryman from As
toria, is visiting at the New Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. K. EL Sharer of Centralia
are visitors at the Cornelius. ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Munro of Florence. !
Ontario, are at the Benson, on their way
home from a trip through California.
J. II. Hansen, who is in the real estate
business at Glen wood, Wash., is at the
New Perkins. r
Mr. and Mrs. George- W. Steelhammer
of SilveTton are visiting at the Portland.
Mr. Steelhammer is a former member of
the legislature.
Mr.. and Mrs. R. S. Jackson of Astoria
are registered at the Carlton. :
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CENTER OF SOCIAL
LIFE IN SELLVOOD
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Building located in Center of
Residence District Is Always
Open to Public. ,
The Sellwood community house, main
tained by the bureau of parks, has been
endeavoring for the past winter to cen
ter about Itself, the community lfe of
Sellwood. i It is available for lectures,
community sings, recitals, club gather
ings and any activity for which there
may be a publio demand, . .
The building is located at Bast Fif
teenth, street mad Spokane avenue in the
heart of the, residence district of Sell
wood, It is well adapted to community
work, having a spacious reception room,
a large and a small clubroom, game
room, kitchen '- lockers and ; dressing
room on the main floor, and a gym
nasium (and scout rooms on the second
floor. Qther suites are open for similar
organisations. . v
There are gymnasium classes for
very age from the three-year-olds, who
come to kindergarten, to their grand
mothers, who may attend the ladies'
afternoon class.
Saturday afternoons are given over
to hikes with the boys, including trips
to Oswego, Clackamas and Lents. Any
boy with sturdy legs and an average
pair of lungs will enjoy these half day
outings and - is welcome to go.
Game Boote "for Toasgiters
The game room is open every day but
Thursday from 1:30 p. m. to $ p. m.
Dominoes. .. checkers, tinkerpins, kon
structo blocks, carrom boards and pus
sies make the youngsters happy and
keep them off the streets.
Miss Mildred Bartholomew and Mrs.
Elsie Shockley are directors in charge
and Ted Moyer is boys Instructor.
Following is the schedule of gym
classes : Kindergarten class, ages 8 to
years, Wednesday, 1:10 p. m, and Sat
urday, i :Z9 p. m. ; junior boys class,
ages 7 to XX years,-Thursday. 3 :30 p. m.,
and Saturday, 9 a. m. : junior girls'
class, ages 7 to 11 years. Wednesday,
S :30 p. m., and Saturday, S p. m. ; pre
paratory boys' class, IX to r ie years
Monday, 4 p. and Saturday, 10 i0
a. m. ; in-rmediate boys class, 11 to II
years, Wednesday, 4 p. m, and Satur
day, p. m.; business men's class. Mon
day. $ p. m., and Thursday, t p. m ;
ladies class. Tuesday, 1 :30 p. m and
Friday. X JO p. m. ; business girls and
ladies class. Tuesday. S p. m. and Fri
day, I p. m.; basketball' games, Satur
day, t,p. m. ' - . - . '&i.??0'&
Calendar of JSvsatsYJffet k
The monthly calendar includes the fol
lowing events: Sellwood Board of Trader I
first Tuesday of each month at t p. m. ;
girl scouts of America, every Tuesday at
4 p. m. ; Italian Americanlxation class,
every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p. m. ;
Red Cross society, every ? Wednesday
from X to 6 p. m.; Boy Scouts of Amer
ica, every Wednesday at 7 :10 p. m. ;
Lavender, club, every other Thursday
from t to S p. m. . t
Special meetings scheduled for Feb
ruary include a reception for Major
Sellwood and returned soldiers, Friday,
February 21, at t p. m.; musical recital
of Sellwood pupils, Wednesday, Febru
ary M,- p. m. ; community sewing bee,
Thursday. February X3, from : XX a." nv
to S p. m. : Greater Portland Association
of Sellwood, Thursday, February XI, at
p. m. . :
Airplanes AvaUable
For Eose Festival
That airplanes will fly over the city
during the Boss Festival seems more
certain than ever with the arrival Sat
urday of a letter from Washington,
D. C. informing Ira L. Riggs, presi
dent of the Rose Festival association,
that machines could be obtained . for
the festival.
Rail . Director Visits
L. C. GOrnan. federal ran director of
the Puget Sound district, arrived Satur
day from Seattle on business connected
with the lines under his Jurisdiction. He
will visit Astoria before returning to
Seattle.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our sincere thanks
tar our many friends for their kindness
during the illness and death and for
their heartfelt sympathy and floral of
ferings and participation in the services
and funeral of our beloved husband and
lather. Mrs. W. waller and iramuy.
We wish , to express our sincere ap-
greciation to our many f riende for tltelr
eartfelt sympathy and kindness shown
us in our late bereavement, the lose of
cur beloved husband and father, also for
the beautirui norai otrenngs. Airs. J.
V. Randelin and Family.
Piano. Talking Machine
. AB ether Mostaal lnstre-
aaenta Kepeiree .Polished.
V.tc. by Expert Workmen.
very Meseonabie Prices.
All Work Guaranteed.
BLDG.
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WrrlWal
Tuning
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SheniUaiilay & Co.
BAKD A1TD OBCHKSTBA IJCSTBT
ME5T8 PHONOOBAPHS All work
done in our own shop and satisfaction
guaranteed. Gold and SUver Plating.
SIEBERLING - LUCAS
MUSIC CO.,
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o n e of the
mos t attract
ive "heirloom"
pa tte rns in
sterling silver
Many People Will Take Advantage
ofThU
Clean-Up Sale
of Odd and Ends in
Stirling Silver
-It Is for the purpose of closing out certain
broken lines that we've planned this sale.
The special prices which prevail are a strong
inducement to add : artistic pieces to your
coilectioof tableware. Many other pieces In
addition; to the following are. Interestingly
low priced. '
THE PATTL JtEYEBE FATTEHIT
doxen Soup Spoons S14.SO 5
M dozeVi Dessert Spoons .... S14.00
dozen Oyster Forks 7.50 -
dozen Ramekin Forks 9.SO
H dozen Olive Spoons 1.75
THE APOLLO PATTEHH-
4 dozen Dessert Spoons SIO.OO
dozen Dessert Knives 12.00
dozen Grape Fruit Spoons.. 8.50
THE MOKTICEXLO PATTEEIT
dozen Ramekin Spoons .... S.OO
H dozen Dessert Spoons 11. OO
THE ITEWBtTKT PATTEKIf
; dozen Dessert Spoons 5 9.50
THE HAMPTOIT PATTEB3T
. 5 only Dessert Spoons, each. .. .91.59
THE OBAJTGE lfLOSSOH PATTERIT
; Vt dozen Dessert Spoons ... . .S12.00
; dozen Coffee Spoons ........ 4.5o
THE IRIATf PATTEHlf
1 H dozen Dessert Spoons 913.00
It Polishes like Magic
Jaeger Bros. SUver and Gold Polishing Cloth
Worth many times its price of 25c and 50c
JAEGER BROS.
Jewelers Silversmiths
.131.133 Sixth Street
Oregosiaa Bonding 1
OUR SPECIAL
S10 DIAMOICD
is the diamond
value supreme.
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Lieut. Yost Spent
Comfortable-Night
: 2 In Gennaii Dugout
I had the privilege after the armis
tice was signed of spending one night In
on of th German officer dogouts In
th Hlndentmrg line where It went
through th Argonne forest, said First
Lieutenant Benton 1 Tost. 7S04 Fifty
seventh avenue southeast, who returned
to Portland February 2 after more than
a year's . service In France with the
Twentieth engineers, forestry. - "The
dugout was finely equipped and had a
large 1 fireplace and comfortable fur
nishings. -
The trenches there were also strong
ly built, many of them being of con
crete. Th country was terribly cut up
and the towns were simply pulverised.
Lieutenant Tost was with the Seven
teenth company of th regiment and was
stationed most of the time at Lndea,
France, moving up to the Argonne for
two .months . after the . armistice was
signed. He was on the Tuscania when
it was tome flood and reports that the
men handy is themselves , splendidly on
that occasia. ..
lie waa discharged at Washington,
D. c, on February 20.
Milton Land Costs
Dey Winn $84,000
V Pendleton, March f.Iley Winn of Wei
ton la reported today to have purchased
1120 acre of wheat land near Milton
from B. I Frazler for a- consideration
of $84,000. The same land sold XX years
ago for f2S an acre, the present price be
ing an advance of 800 per cent- Mr.
Winn has figured in big land deals dur
ing the past year.
Buy Picture for Library
Ashland. March I. The Ladles' Civic
Improvement club, which bent all activ
ities to war work during the war. re
turned to civic work at the last meet
ing, purchasing a large oil painting of
Crater lake from the artist, miss uaoei
Russell of this place. The painting will
be hung In the publio library, :?
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to
Just a Suggestion
Sunday Dinner
with the one idea of pleasing all tastes, we have
prepared three special, menus for your choice -
Our Vegetable Dinner
35c
Splendid Plate Dinner
v 60c
. Regular Sunday Dinner
SUM
Choice of Roast Lg of Veal, Sirloin of Beef, Roast
Chicken, Roast Lamb, Chicken
Fricassee with Rice
Choice of Creamed Corn or Buttered Beets
Mashed Potatoes
Fruit or Shrimp Salad
Choice of Special Ice Cream or Fruit Jello
Baited Nuts
Tea Coffee Milk (
s Rolls or Bread and Butter
Take Dinner with us Today
Served 12 to 9 P. M.
9-L 4
127 Broadway
388 Washington
t
Eat at Portland's Popt4lar Eating House Youl! Like It t
CozyD
iryLunch
andtatetena
323 Washington St., Near SixthNever Closed
A place for refined people who appreciate well cooked and
wholesome foods at moderate prices Choice Roasts, Steaks,
Chops. Select Eg-gs, any style, 15c. Many Breakfast Specials
Hot Cakes, Waffles, etc., at all hours. - t -
EXCELLENT CHICKEN DINNER TODAY
Oeottaill VVoi3?lk:
THAT COMMANDS ATTENTION
and secures for us the largest patronage In th Northwest. Is sufficient reason
why you should enroll yourself as another of our satisfied customers. Reason
able charge for unexcelled service. .'
Particular attention said ' t plates Sad biidarework,
PTOBBUEA SUCCESSFULLY TREATED
TtAarsi StlS n a 1 "M kn. t. ' V,
tS Tears la Portland
WISE DENTAL CO.
til FAILIICO BLSO THIKD AKD WASHIHOTOK,
S. E. COBNEB. ENTB.AACE OS THUD 8TBEEI.
i A NICHT WP
BOBBIE BURNS
Concert and Dance
trader Astplces ef Clan VaeLeay
Order of Scottish Class
Masonic Temple
Friday, March 14
IJ. M.
MR. JA1TE BUBirS ALBERT
MBS. VIRGINIA 8PEKCER
HUTCHIKSON
MB. HABOLB- HUBLBTJKT
MB. JOHN CLAIBE MONTEITH
' HARPKR SISTKRS
Instrumental Setectiona
PIPE-MAJOR MACDONALD
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MUNICIPAL
ORGAN RECITAL
PUBtiC AUDITORIUM
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
POPULAR MUSIC
1UCIENE. BECKER, ' Organist
MBS. UESXAK POL1TZ, Sopraso.
Admiion 10 Cents'
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right absolutely right. " -
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