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THD OREGON. DAILY -JOURNAL, PORTLAND, .FRIDAY, JULY ? 13, 191D.
' Trar.I.rs m aH natnta at tfea United States or
broad bmld take advantage C siwftened te-
f creation sad serrtca ottered UirougB to trte
: sb Journal TreTeU Bumo, is petaoes charge
f Demy B. Ssuth. ItDmt Octet sad luf
hip bookings arranged. Foreign exchange imM.
laforasuoa cfraa wording passport.
prtland sad Vicinity Toirlgb fair: 8tu-
High pnrnn oreriUe the Ie werton, OM
TsTley and Atlantic siooe. aad the Berth Pacifie
lope. The hlctuat readings are. ass the eoeat
et British Columbia and Alaska, v Orer the re
mainder of Uia country the pressure la to, the
kmeet readings being apparently In ortfcere
' Heakatehewaa. " Precipitation baa aecorrad
.h. a.... t un 4b Artaonar MOB tana
and Alberta. The weather t "J"1? trm
Northern tfavede ortheestwer4 to Worth Ie
kete. The tampers tare ta below normal oe tba
'..greater part of tha eoentry, bat the deficiency
te generally slight. EDWABU l WELL.
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Fresno,. Csl ..............
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Kanaae City, Mo. ..........
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Marshfield, Or. .
kUdford Or. .ri. .......
Ueaphia, 'Tenn, ............
. Missoula, Moot. ............
New Orleans, ka. ........ . ,
New Tork, K. Y. ..........
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Portland, Or. .......
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Salt Lake City, Cut.
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Aaa Francisco, Cel.
Seattle, Wub. . .
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Teeonta, Wash. ............
Tatooab Island, Wash. .....
Walla Walla, Wash. ........
Washington, T. C .........
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' Aitersooa report af preceding day.
VfXBk SAVINGS STAMPS
. Oa Bala at
Bnrlnaw OfUoa, Tba JoamaL
BuIlBa oa Faitpomemcati ZerAl u4
traffic dapavrtments of the railroad
can tarlne In Portland hava been notified
by R. H. Alahton, regional director of
the Northweet, that la accordance with
an advice' recently forwarded to Mm
from the division of law of the railroad
administration. requests for postpone
ments of hearlng-s before the interstate
- commerce commission must in the future
, be made through the general counsel of
:th railroad administration to avoid as
much as possible disturbing- the Itinerary
- of examiners. Mr. Aishton says that It
Is expected that such applications will
be made only in exceptional cases.
Hack Flan Endi -The Huck Finn ad
ventures of four boys - were suddenly
brought to a close Thursday when Pa
trolman , C. A. Gell "swooped" down
UW. ..W lli Ul. WWW J ! V. v&
the Kolman Fuel company at Sast
eighth and Taggart streets. Ed Born,
foreman of the yard, complained to the
police Tuesday that boys were loitering-
about the yards at night, smoking
' cigarettes and stealing- milk from houses
tn the neighborhood. The officer re
. ports finding evidences , of Mr. Born's
statements this morning. The boys ar
rested were turned over to the juvenile
Several; Warrasts Insad Warrants
iwere Issued Thursday by Municipal
JLudge Bossman 16r the arrest of Carl
Prltser and Qeorge Ropp of 764 Garfield
- avenue ' upon complaints sworn to by
1. . VCl. rthsju. rhsiwln ti -nn witH nn.
''.awfully slaughtering within the city Urn-1
were issued for the arrest of William
Aulback of 10 North Third street and
N. Kagawa of 7 North First street,
charging- the men with conducting- a food
establishment without a license. In
spector J. B. Nye signed the latter com-
plaints. v: . v .::
Alleged Thief Held for is Ft E. "1
Motley waived examination In the mu-
niclpal court . Thursday on a charge
of burglary and was held to the grand
jury under a 12000 bond. Motley and
H-yearld Paul Welter , were arrested
by Officers Ray Klnr, Rockwell and
Wright at 29 North Sixth street after
they had broken through the door lead
ing to the room of Dave Stein. Police
who searched Motley's room later say
they found old coins and jewelry said
to have been stolen from other rooms
throughout the city. The boy : was
turned over to the juvenile court.
Bey Held as Aste Thief J. F. Brack
ets ll. alleged automobile thief, was
turned over to the juvenile court Thurs
day by order of Judge Rossman. At
tempting to steal an automobile belong"
ing to Mrs. Emma Iloyle. It la alleged,
Brackett was arrested tn front of the
Majestic theatre Wednesday night, fol
lowing an Investigation , by Frank J.
Lacey. manager of the theatre., who
saw the boy tinkering- with the machine.
The boy claimed the , machine belonged
to his aunt. . : vW- .
, . Many Auto Tags t Fosed A large
number of automobile license tags have
been found by citlsens and police of-
fleers in various parts ; of the city,
which, are how in the offtoe of the safety
commissioner, room 348. police headquar
ters. , Recently this office has become a
WE MEASURE UP
to tha demands of ear customers. - Mem wit a
.earn to as for clothea soada ttt meaaBra
want taa beat as a ff.nerml rale that ia
. why thmr bara their tarmac ts made to or
- der. .- And we satisfy tbesa. or we couldn't
stay in bosineea. - Therefore, before ordering
year next suit, yon should in rest lasts what
wa can offer. Always a goodly assortment
af new fabric and designs far your in
. Suits Tailored to Order
' , $50 to $7S
Suit m Ready Made !
$25 to $50
OItN SATURDAY UNTIL S St. M. '
V Custom Tailors -
112 SIXTH ST.
"clearing house? for lost tags. Owners
of automobiles or motorcycles who have
lost their, tags recently, may possibly
find them" at the police station. Others
who notice tags lying alone the road
may do someone else a favor by delivering-
them to the license bureau.
a- Saekf of Coffee Betsraed Through
newspaper publicity the 25 pound sack
of coffee lost last Saturday at First and
Morrison streets was returned to Clar
ence lckman of 67 Hoyt street em
ploye of Lang: Ac Co., Inspectors Golti
and Howell announced today. - While
makinff deliveries Saturday 3Ickman
lost the sack.; Two men were seen to
walk out into the street, pick up the
sack, carry it to the curb and later haul
It away la an auto truck. When the po
lice found they had no clue to the men
they appealed to the newspapers, resulting-
in the return ef the coffee to the de
It Celts Tea He t afar to ascertain
whether you are free from pyorrhea, the
tooth scourge which means almost cer
tain loss of teeth, and which afflicts
the majority of men and women. . If
your gums bleed or are puffy or are
receding;, you may have pyorrhea. The
Smith-Long dentists, on the third floor
of the Bush-Lane building, Broadway
and Alder, will make a free examina
tion and tell you the facts. They spe
cialise in treating- pyorrhea, and teach
you how t prevent It- Adv. --
Fire at Carters A5 small fire caused
by a short circuit broke out In the Sa
vier carbarns of the P. PL, L. As P. com
pany. Twenty-fourth and Savier streets,
about 11 n5 o'clock Thursday night. The
fjre was between the celling; and the
roof. The department arrived In time
to extinguish the blase before much
damage was done. ,f ;
Syaagogse Services Tonight Services
will be held at Congregation Ahavai
Shoiom, Park and Clay streets, tonight,
at S o'clock. Rabbi Samuel Cohn of
Chicago, t will deliver- a-, lecture, the
theme jot which is taken from the
twenty-third Psalm. Tomorrow morn
ing; services will be at S :30 o'clock. Rabbi
R. Abrahamson will officiate. - -
Jsdge Releases Actor Otto S. Moen.
19. an actor, who was arrested at Nine
teenth and Washington streets Wednes
day night by Special Officer I Therkel
son, oe a charge of attempted larceny,
was released by Judge Rossman in the
municipal court Thursday, when no com
plaint was filed against the lad.
FrealbltloB ;' Violator Fined Alfred
Swekatx, . arrested , at Broadway and
Washington ! streets by Officer Wilson
several days ago waa fined SlOO'in the
municipal court Thursday when found
eruilty of violating the prohibition law.
Tacatloa Hasards-Be sure to take an
accident policy with you on your sum
mer outing. Let us tell you about it. W.
R. McDonald Ac Co.. insurance that in
sures, Marshall 2391, Yeon building.
Boy Breaks Xeg John Ross, 9 years
old, of. 6212 Fiftieth avenue S. E., broke
his leg Thursday while alighting . from
an automobile on Pleasant avenue. He
is at St- Vincents hospital.
Moatroas Park Jfow'Open, Ringler's
new highway resort. Big. dance Satur
day and Sunday, bathing', picnic, amuse
ment. Columbia highway, two miles be
yond Troutdale. Adv. t '
Shepard As to Ba Ilses St. Helens.
Hood River, Bridal Veil. Cascade Locka
and all way points. Leave St. Charles
hotel on schedule time. For informs
mation call Marshall 43 8 1 Main 930, A
3611. Adv. 'f f:i-4y
Tlr Does J Small Damage A fire
caused Jy sparks on the roof did about
975 damage to the home of Mrs. Jacob
Isensteln, 308 Jackson, street, Thursday
afternoon.- ; j . . , '
Better Baked Beaas, in jugs, for your
Sunday breakfast or picnic. Perfection,
that's alL Price's Better Bake "Bean com
pany. Pacific market, corner Fourth and
Yamhill , streets. Adv. i , -: :h , . y r
' Steamer Jetsie Harklas for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, daily ex
cept Sunday, leave- Alder street dock at
2 p. m. Adv. - .
Errla Arnold Held Ervin Arnold, 20,
endeavored to pawn a revolver late
Thursday night In a pawnshop while In-
Double Stamps Saturday and Monday
Never were we able to of fer such excellent values as
now. '. You must come and see' the goods to realize
the splendid savings that are possible to make in buy
ing at our ;
Saturday and Monday Sales
TABLE DAMASK 'J'C-m.;
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asK, a gooa
ask, a good variety of patterns, $1.25 value, spe-fQC?
SHEETS 72x90 ; size Sheets, made of ' good Or4 OK
qualityj linen-finish sheeting. Special, each. . . V-i-wawO
CORSET SPECIAL- A good quality cou til Corset of a
reliable make, in medium .and low bust models, (T - "
$1.50 quality, special at ; . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . V X X cl
GIRLS' UNION SUITS ' Fine Jersey ribbed summer
Union Suits for misses and children, in sleeveless A
and high neck and short sleeves, 60c values, special s rrO C
FRUIT JARS i-Buy them here now and save money.
Ball Ikfason Jars, pint size, special,' a dozen. . . .89
Ball Mason Jars,. quart size, special, a dozen. . .08 r
Ball Mason Jars, y2 gal. size, special, a dozen S1.33
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ALUMINUM WARE ye are showing a very large as
sortment of the celebrated QUALITY BRAND ALUMI
NUM WARE, every piece of which is guaranteed to wear
20 years. You will find here nearly everything used in the
cooking, utensil line. Now is the time to buy. We can
save you money. ' i . " , s-
. PLAY. SUITS for boys and girls, ; made of good1 quality
romper .cloth in dark colors, $1.25 values, special at, QKarv
the suit j . . . .... OC
SUITCASES You need, a new one for your vacation trip.
24-inch matting Suitcases, steel frame, leather-bound cor
ners," heavy leather handles, reg. $3 val., special (0 "I CT
at only . . . ...tPdLD
Corner Union Ave.
VAOATIOIf Oft SUMMER SUBSeRIBCRS
- When coins away for tba snmssea, or a
ywec WMetiOB, hae -Tba JonrBal (oilow you
at tba regular rata of 16a per week, or tba
following agents win gnpply yea at regular
eity tatea. . .- , ..- v
Barriew, (ta Eva E. Daridsno.
Bay City. Or. Mrs. T. A. tiiUaa. ,
Cannon Beach Eeola, Or. H. I Harria.
Carson, Wacay Carl 0. fimita, also fibip
. . Garibaldi, Off Wra. S. MeMOlaaV' - .
Gearhsrt, Or. Jasoa McCuno.
Iog Beach. Wash. ttalpb Prtg. ; .t
atanbatua Baaeh Mrs. G. L Hostaa.
JManxamta Baaeh tmil O. KsrdelL
Neab-Kab-Nia. Or. A. C. Aadenoa.
Nehalem. Or- Nehaletn Drag Oompaay. '
Netarta. Or. lira M. F. Cross. ....
Newport, Or. U. B. Hunt. -
Ocean Park, Wash. W. A. Parent.' -
Kockaway Baaeh, Or. F. P. Uillar.
Seaside, Or. Jasoa HcCnna. Lewia Prog
Store. " .., . - r - ,
4 Searlew. Wash.- Ttalpb Piss. ' " '
.Ten Una Lake -Loois St. DcBaks
. Tfllamook, )r. John Plasker.
Twin Bocks. Or. D. J. Van Seyee.
xWUhoit Springs IT. W. MeLaiaa.
spector Frank Snow was in the place.
Knowins that a revolver of similar de
scription was m Using, Snow arrested the
young: man. He is now being held by the
police for investigation. The revolver
is said to have been stolen from a Mr.
Jeffries on April 24. , ' ? f , ,
to. A. & Entertained Owen Summer
camp. Sons of Veterans, entertained
members of the Grand Army of the Re
public and their families with a musical
and literary program at the courthouse
Thursday evening-. Refreshments were
served and an enjoyable social hour
followed the regualr program.
Win Have Oattag Wallulah chapter
No. 2 J, Ladies' Auxiliary of the Boiler
makers, will have an outing- at Crystal
Lake Park Sunday. All Boilermakers
andthelr families are Invited. Tables
will be: reserved at 1 o'clock. All are
Invited to bring- hampers, and baskets
and enjoy their dinner in the park. -
Salem -Mm City - Stage leaves Mill
City 6:50 a. m.. arrives Salem 9 a. m.;
leaves Salem 4 30 p. nw arrives Mill
City 7. p. m. C. O. Aikers. Mgr. Adv.
Steamer Iralda for St- Helens and
Rainier, daily at 2 :30 p. m., foot of Alder
street. Sunday, St, Helens only, 1 :30
p. m. Adv. i :t i". - :- -.j.
MeCarger,' Bates A Uvely Fire, life,
casualty and automobile Insurance. Yeon
building. Telephone Main 18. Adv.
Uaaganeie and Oeaeo Rasors, special.
12. Portland Cutlery As Barber Supply
Co 86 Sixth, near Stark. Adv. r
Hadley Silver, tailors, make depend
able clothes. 100 Sixth street, corner
Stark. Adv.; . v., . '. '-i l
Milk Diet Treataieat1 The Moore
Sanitarium. Phones, Main 6101, Cast 47.
Boxwood, Siabwood, Cordwood, Mult
nomah Fuel Co.Maln 5540. A-2116. Adv.
Hslrenttlsg That It Bight. The Market
barber shop, 187 Fourth, at Yamhill. Ad.
Dr. C F. Browa, Eye,' Ear. Mohawk
building. Adv. .
For Safety Boxes go to 284 Oak. Adv.
Man Released on
: Technicality to
Be Jailed Again
Henry Martin, released by federal
authorities when a technicality I was
discovered in the complaint - which held
him for the alleged 1 operation of a
still in ; the Brentwood district, will
be rearrested under a state warrant
secured V today j by Deputy Sheriff
Martin -was caught at the still in a
midnight raid conducted by Tom Word,
department' of . justice operative, and
Deputy Sheriff Hurlburt. and much evi
dence is said to, be held against him.
United States Commissioner Drake re
leased Martin. H. W. Miller and Joe
Mlelka, all caught as a result of the
raid on Martin's home last Friday
night, ; because . 'the complaint against
them failed to state ; that they had
not secured a federal distillery license. ;
highly mercerized Table Dam-
and East Morrison St.
ODDS AND ENDS IN THE NEWS 1 ,C "
- OF TRAVELERS AND HOMEFOLK
' Danes Hake Valley Wosperous
Danes .are "clearing S244.0OO annually
on the .sale of their wool ai one from
sheep valued' at $600,000 in Beaverhead
county, Montana,, asserts C T. Magnus
of Dillon, who has been in Portland at
tending the meeting- of life insurance
men, The valley, is extremely prosper
ous.- and. irrigated, as it Am from the
snowcapped peaks surrounding- it, does
not suffer from dry weather as does the
surrounding' country. . Two crops of al
falfa are raised annually. The .valley
is especially adapted for stock raisins,
although some of the stock men farther
out will have to ship their cattle out for
pasture this summer. Beaverhead county
has a population of 7000, says Mr. Mag
nus. . of which 6000 reside in ' Dillon,
where' is located the Montana State Nor
mal school. One bank alone has more
than $3,000,000 subject to checking ac
count and the total bank deposits ex
ceed $5,000,000. Mr. Magnus, while be
spends most of his time at life insurance,
has a ranch with a herd of 3600 sheep en
which he makes a neat Income. Mr.
Magnus is staying at the Multnomah..
Thinks Travel Is Slow j
Z don't see how you stand for such
slow travel" here in the west. says
F. .C. Smith, inspector from Washing
ton. D. C.. who is in the city on the
refrlg-erator rate case investigation. "I
am an old .railroad m&n myself and I
cannot understand how the : Western
people will allow such ; delays. I can
leave , Detroit at noon and - be : in
Washington in time for breakfast, but
here none of the trains go more than
24 miles an hour; and they ? stop at
every station and wait until time i to
move, out." Mr. Smith stays at the
Seward. .. .
Says Calgary Wheat Is Bad .
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. HaUiday of Cross
field are visiting- at the Multnomah.
Crossfleld is located near Calgary and
never were conditions so bad in the
wheat line as they are this year, says
Mr. HaUiday. "There are places in the
southern part of Canada where you can
dig- 20 feet without striking- any mois
ture," said Mr. HaWday. Tt is a little
better In the northern part, near Edmon
ton. .There is no teed at all and the
government will have to provide relief
Life Insurance Men Pleased-'
The life Insurance men are well
pleased with Portland, says F. G.
Dexter, son of the vice president of the
Mutual Life Insurance company, and
many are remaining to spend their va
cations here. Mr. Dexter has been in
charge of most of the arrangements for
the convention. He visits Portland about
every six months. He is staying- at the
Multnomah. - - : :-.jg.
Hsyor Entertains . Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. John - D- McGllvray,
Mrs. James Brown and Mr. and : Mrs
M. G. Savage arrived ; in PorUand this
morning- from San Francisco The
party took breakfast at the Benson
with Mayor Baker and were later taken
for an automobile ride by the city's
chief executive. - i
FxpecU to Capture . Prize
J. G. Losey of Seattle declares he is
going to win the grand championship in
the rabbit show this year on : his big
buck which measures 27 Inches . long
Mr. Losey sells varnish for a living and
raises fancy rabbits for pleasure. He
is staying: -at the Seward. - U
For Men You Get the Benefit of Econ
omy and Efficiency by Our
: Specializing in
Wonder Glothbs ;
Our splendid showing oSpring Clothes gives men '
an unlimited selection. The prices go from $25, to $40 ;
and they are worth every dollar of the price.
-No lessening of quality. .
No break-away from our standard of guaranteed r
No relaxation from the strict hand-tailoring that has
always put .WONDER CLOTHES: on such a high
plane. . . y . . . '' .
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Union Store- We Close at 8 P. M. Saturdays
; fh i tr 'd and Alder
) - - At any place where soft beverages are sold. , . ' 'f(i
'li " ' Bottlad la 3 atzas. - , V!
i THE HENRY WELNHARD PLANT
j Bottler and Distributors, PORTLAND, OREGON tj
SMam ( SMBMBB)BBSssmeMSaw '
. ; TJntoo Drugfffst Here . f
. X. A. Wright, who for 2 years has
conducted a drug store at Union and
as a ' side line has looked after Repub
lican politics -in his vicinity, is reg
istered at, the Imperial.' r. Mr. Wright
is also an - active ; supporter of : the
Union Stock Show.! - Mr. Wright i re
ports' that there are rumors , in the
air . of : the immediate construction of
the railroad up Catherine creek. This
proposed road has been under consid
eration for years and1 will, .when -completed,
tap a rich timber belt and
mineral section as well as open up a
considerable area of ' agricultural land.
. : Hade Lona Trip.
Bird r. Lewis, a retired commercial
printer of La Grande, is a Portland
visitor today.- Mr.. Xwls has devoted
much of hla time the past few years
to engineerins an automobile over? the
country and says that life on the road
is the only life for. him. Last year,
accompanied by Mrs.- Lewis, he drove
to New Tork and . return, . This - sea
son he covered many of the 'Northwest
states and is now contemplating' i a
trip into Mexico. Heisnot very com
plimentary regarding; the road , through
the Blue mountains and the , Eastern
Oregon wheat belt, but says be was
able to make the trip in hours
running i time. ,;-H, says that the trip
over the Columbia j highway is suffi
cient compensaUon ifor the hardships
encountered on the Test o,f the trip. ;
K-if-. Hot Lake J Arrivals -. .
Hot Lake. July 11 Arrivals at Hot
Lake sanitarium Tuesday were : J. J.
Adams. Pendleton, J. Flora. Portland :
Dr. Fred F. Thompson. The Dalles; Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. DeNeffe. - Baker : Mrs.
M. Phillips, La Grande ; B C Cook and
EL A. Bell, Portland; James Swan.
Walla Walla : A. S. Rosenthal, Port
land'. Ilr. and Mrs. H. W. Bale and eon
and Mr. scfld Mrs. R. E. Dowdy, Hoquiam.
Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. R. Wi Butcher, La
Grande ; Mrs. J. W. Beyner,: Heppner.
a ... . .
South Dakota Crops Good .
With the exception of wheat, crops
are good in South Dakota, this year,
says I s W. Fitch f Sioux City, Iowa,
who is stayinr at the Multnomah with
Mrsi Fitch. -The Fitches are spending
a month in the West and have come
to Portland from California. Mr. Fitch
is in .business in Sioux City, which
draws upon the fertile South Dakota
prairie farms for much of its prosperity.
The corn crop Is especially good this
year, back in Iowa, Tie says, and the
banks are showing a prosperous ten
dency. The Fitches are highly pleased
with Portland.' -- i '
Flynn Leaves Railroads
W. J; Flynn, former chief of the
secret service and police section of the
railroad administration, has resigned his
position., with the railroads to accept
service with the department of justice
and his former position will be filled
by R. B. Mitchell, according- to advice
received ' from Director General Walker
D. Hlnes by local railroads. v --
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Ifotoring Throagh' Oregon
W.-F. Schacht and family from Bur
lington, Wash, - are motoring through
Oregon. They are staying- at ' tne Im
perial while in Portland.
: Back From . Overseas Service
- Major and ; Mrs. j W. H." Curran of
Seattle have arrived at the Portland for
a few days. Major Curran la Just back
after two years' overseas service.
- - - At the Ilotels m
A. H. Brawner, head of the W. P.
Fuller company of New Tork, has ar
rived at the Benson, accompanied by a
party of friends.
F. N. Whitman, proprietor of the
Weinhardt hotel In Astoria, is visiting at
the Imperial. - . - . . -
. Clifford Harold, of Vick Brothers of
Albany, and J. R. Wallis, of the same
city, are registered at the - Seward,
- William Jennings Bryan has e turned
to the Portland hotel to fill his return
- Joe Coughlln. the enterprising bell
hop at the Multnomah, who .declines re
wards for finding; watches and diamonds,
has resigned to go to California with his
brother Olck. ,
' Mr.' and Mrs. F. . Mudgett of Sao
Francisco are guests at the Nortonla.
Mr. Mudgett is traveling- auditor for the
United States Shipping; board. ; - '. '
Mr. and Mra. Fred A. Mats of Medford
are registered at the Carlton.
W. Z Thompson, jew vice president of
the First National bank, and H. W. Col
lins, president of the Round-Up, are Pen
dleton", visitors at" .the Benson. . v ,
Judge and Mrs. A. S. Bennett of Sa
lem are staying at the Imperial. -,
J. C tt Reynolds of the ' Employers
association of Spokane is registered at
Three tourist parties from the Collver
Miller Touring company are scheduled,
to arrive at the Multnomah within 'a
few days. One party contains 18 mem
bers, another 24 and the third, which la
due July 24,' contains 65 members.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carry of Ogden,
Utah, are staying- at the Nortonla. . .
- Dr. J. C M. Ironside of Seavlew,
Wash.. Is" a guest at the Carlton.
C. S. . Hamilton of Salem. - who ' is ' in
the , furniture business and also one of
the prominent stockholders In the Marian
hotel, is visiting at the Imperial. . .
' F. M. : Warner, - for the last several
months assistant manager of the Mult
nomah, has resigned his position. ' Mr.
Warner has made no arrangements for
the future. , 1? .
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gibson of Seattle
Sepyright, 1919, A. & KirKhbaum Ceftpaoy, , . K
. Jeature Values For Men
And Young 'Men
Tailored By The Kirschbaum Shops f
25, 30, 35 d 40 '
.- , - -
TpNf a suit from the Kirschbaum
.1L' shops, you may count on
this : tyle of the very latest
type m single and idpuble-
breasted models. Woolens com
. looms knovn for reliable stand-
ards. Tailoring, down to the last
stitjsldllfuly and honestly done.
Values that returning soldiers
and sailors will appreciate. -
' Phegley 8C
tray or "
box 2 antes,
for ......... . , , . " '
Funerals if desired fer 12. S40. see.'
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llala zf1, Isdepeadeat Feaeral Dlreetera A7Ss
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f'TTir - Oar SJS Fsaeral alee taelades special embalmitg for saipmeat (If
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are staying s at the Imperial, Mr. Gib
son is an automobile battery man and
was formerly proprietor of the Gibson
..Car ef Thaaks
We wish' to thank the many friends
and neighbors for the kindness and sym
pathy, extended during the illnens and
death of our beloved mother. We also
wish to express our thanks for the many
beauUful floral pieces. Peter Vender
mur. Bertha Vandermur, - Frances
We wish to thank - the kind friends
who contributed to the care of our
mother during- her last Illness : also for
flowers, the singers and pastor. B. J.
Rath .and Family. Mrs. Lillian Allendale
and family. .. . i.--k-
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ment, and after I had used one cals
of Cuticura Soap and two boxes c f
Cuticura Ointment she was heslei."
(Signed Mrs. Lelah Sargent, XCarj
pa, Idaho. Feb. 24, 1919. .
. Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment sr. j
Talcum for all toilet purposes.
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