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FRIDAY. JANUARY S3. 1622.
.THE OREGON DAILY. JOURNAL, PORTLAND.- OREGON.
WILSON CALLED COWARD;
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6UmD WITI IU8ZS
The first hcnrr wrsa given ever to the
opponent oi aajicing.
Dr. Charles MacCaurhcy of Centen
err -Wilbur church we the flrat speaker.
Ma eeld tha ministers' poalUen la no re
flection poa us rarant-Teacher
elation aa such, but acalnst all dancing
In tha schools whether supervised by tha
Pares t-Teac bars or not. Ha stated ha
bad baan laboring under a mlsappre-
basal on that tha P. T. A. undertook tha
anpwrrtslrier of all daneee In tha schools.
II said It la unjuat and unequitable
for Utparers who teach their children tt
la wronc to daaca belnc compelled to aaa
tha property of their school district
used to subvert and deatroy what they
save attempted to teach In tha kom
- Ula statement that children vera In
directly aotnpaJlad to attend dances or
be readered conspicuous wi greeted
with laughter and blisses. MacCangbey
aaJ4 dancing suverrtsor told him there
was "nothing to" school supervision for
"If you are too lax they wilt run wild.
and If you are too strict they will go
soma place where they can dance aa they
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WILL C05TIl'R F10HT
He eatd be bad been told 12 adults
were expected to go there to supervise.
but not many of them went
"What kind of Inetltutton Is It where
IS adults bave to bar he asked. "Is
It a proper Institution to flourish In the
building that la supported by tax as T We
think not We are going to attempt. If
tt sea) la our power, to enforce our eon
vtaUosv If wo have to carry It to the
highest courts la this Upd and to the
Chairman New 111 ruled that tha buim
. of roast and women and schools should
be gives, but MacCaughey refused. "I
am prepared to give It to any committee
' or to the srbool board." he said, "but
not prepared to give names or sources of
information to the people who are here
tonight. We are going to present our
case, to you gentlemen and expect you
to lake aatlon. If that action Is not
favorable, there la still a court of final
I think the people who are re pra
ses ted la that school have a right to
reply," said Director ahull, "if there la
any explanation to be made. That court
of higher resort does not affect us at
Dr. Clarence True Wilson read the ob
Jectlona contained In resolutions adopted
by tha churches that have lntreted
themselves la the question. One state
ment he made, that the school buildings
were not permitted to be used tor Sun
day school, temperance lecturea or any
thing at a controversial nature, but were
usee mr fencing, brought forth a correc
tion from the board.
Instances were cited of Huoday schools
and religious Instruction eing siren In
tha schools and Nswlll smVl that 0n no
srcaalon waa any a ppl (cation brouaht up
Of that nature that waa not granted
"But- protested Wilson, "has It not
, always been the policy of the state to
keep out aay oontru-versteerv -r- -HAXES
I do not know about tha state," eald
NewtlL "We are talking about school
district No. 1."
I V. Mahone. responsible for a state
moat at the first hearing that (M high
t school girls are now In rortland Instltu
. tlons becauss of dancing in the school.
presented his slat la tics. He first ob
jected to giving the namea of the Insti- I
tutlone from which he obtained his fig
ures, but finally said they were the Sal
vation Army, the Cedars. Fraaer home,
CHttenton home and the Boys and Girls
"Do you mean to say tha Boys' and
Qlruf Aid society has delinquents?"
broke In Director Woodward.
"That means they are vtarda of tha
Juveaile court. explained Mahone.
Ara they there because of dancing In
the publlo schools r persisted Wood
ward. A ripple of laughter swept over
ATTI1DXD IMMORAL D AX CIS
"One .woman waa married four times
aad bar children " started Mahone.
"But what has that got to do with
fanning r asked Woodward. .
Someone la the audience broke in: "I
know the Boys' and Girls' Aid society
has them as young aa two yeara old. and
they come from all over Oregon. Thev
, are there through ne fault of their own."
Mahone then presented books on ths
subject of the adolecoent periods of life
watch he advised the board to read.
"A girl la this period takes to dancing
Uka a duck to water." he explained. "It
seems to be a aatural instinct for them
Mahone urged that more ft hie tics be
substituted for the itininr dance hall
aad stated he bad never bean to a dance
in Me lire that had. not been Immoral.
"Something ought to be done to run
. aewn these culprits and send to ths Den
Itentlary tha men who bave caused the
: aownrail of these girl." eald Mahone.
who suggested that a grand Jury tnves-
ugauoa be maae.
CAXL BASCB BISOBACC
"A year ago t went to tha Portland
betel and saw a high school dance." said
Mahone. "Of all the dlsgustlnc scenea
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flaW hnmediately. It waa not a mem'
bar of the high school, hut someone who
had coma in from tha outside.
"That statement about corsets la not
true at Franklin high school," he stated
ejiefnentxy. "Our girts are clean. They
dance clean X have attended four years
aad have yet to find one Who dances
Improperly. And X hate to have the
girls subject to such scandal. Dancing
la an established Institution in our
school. If it la taken out wbera are
we going to dance? There are public
and private fiances ten. At private
dances mother is fixing tha lunch and
father ts la bed. The Parent-Teach er
association at Franklin has supervised
oar dances and I can aay nothing
SPEAK FOB BA1TCX8 .
Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, dean of girls of
the Franklin high school, also vouched
for the proper conduct of dances at
Mrs. Jessie A. Skinner, representing
the principal of Jefferson high school,
vouched for the dances held there.
Principal Hugh Boyd of Washington
high school did the same for his school.
"At no time has checking of corsets
ever; been brought to my attention," he
said.; "W have no check rooms. Hats
and coats are placed on tables. We are
willing and Invite the cooperation of
city officials and should be glad to bave
the dancing Inspector present at any
time. I find pupils of Washington high
school to be moral and high-minded
youpg people and I believe dancing Is
not doing them any harm."
Mrs. Gertrude S. Orahame, dean -of
Girls Polytechnic school, said there had
never been aa un chaperoned dance nor
any trouble at any dance.
Director Woodward asked Dr. Wilson
to state the school where the corset epi
sode occurred. Wilson refused to give
the school and said the event had hap
pened several years ago.
CALLS IT COWABBLT
dancing under the right kmd- of super
vision T VV.e,,;;;'.
IL !. Grant of the Oregon Social
Hygiene society declared that such sug
gestions as had been made by the min
isters do more to drag young people
down than anything else,
"Ton made your code of morals In
your day and these young people win
make theirs, t am not talking about
the feeble-minded persons, but the nor
mal, intelligent boy and girt"
. "Too much credence has been given to
unfounded rumors," said Director Ela
man. "We are vitally Interested in our
schools and young people and the ex
tent to which wa can refrain from sug
gesting things that do not perhaps ex
ist, and to minimize, rather than exag
gerate, these things, the better it will
be lor -our schools ana our community.
SOLBIXB HOUn CCTLTY .
Vancouver.' Wash-' Jan. 20. Frey Mc
Coy, private in the set vice company.
Fifty-ninth Infantry. s pleaded guilty
Thursday, to holding up the cashier In
the King Joy restaurant oa tha morn
ing of January 11. . Hia case was con
tinued for sentence by Judge Simpson
until further investigation of his record
can be made by the county- attorney.
SALE OF BANKRUPT STOCK
Notice is htrbj firm that the andifiUued
trustee St bankruptcy iB aall ,te the aJchet
bidder for eaaa. aU of the foUowtoc aaetta el
Pilchard Motor dev. baakrapt: Aote parw.
tires sad aceeaoriea, aaed can, neehisery, ool
FUNERAL' DIRECTORS 10S
mxr iVo fttfjroer
Dunning & McEntee
Discuss Nobel Prize
Richard W. Montague, In the Central
library Tuesday evening, will teU how
awards of the Nobel prixes for literature
are made. Other speakers on Nobel
prizes and writers will be heard on sub
sequent dates. On January Ju Kabbi
Jonah B. Wise will speak on Knut Ham
sun ; on February 7, Barry Cerf on Ana
tole France ; on February 14, Norman F.
Coleman on Rabindranath Tagore; on
February 21Mrs. Mable Holmes Parsons
on Roman Holland, and on February 28,
V. L. O. ChltUck, on Maurice Maeterlinck.
and eaarnmeat. raraitnM aad fixtnrea.
and notes iHankK eaiatal stock ia
coauiaaiaa. Bids wili be neairnd a sai
noon on Thunday, Jaa. It. 1922, at shir
tine bids will be opened at the otBce .of the
Rafcrce ia Title it Tmst bldi.. Portland, Or.
Certified check ee cash anxamrins ta 10 per rant
at amount el bid mast aacompaay an aid.
Tissue naenea right ts reject aay and all bids.
' Trnte fm Bankraptey.
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at 8 :4S o'clock. Admiaaon, with
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TVt atsin TTSS
Above W. F. Woodward, proinlncnt
merchant and member of tbe
srhool board, who accused Dr.
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uafram sruu wueun (ww;i
prominent Methodist temperance
official, of cowardice at Last night's
piyelxcalon Qf.thQ school board,
called to consider, tha dance ques
tion In Portland public schools.
I have ever witnessed. I never saw any
thing so disgusting in my Ufa. It was
a disgrace to the pecpt, 0f the city."
"Tbattwaa net a high school dance,"
rata la dad Chairman NewllL "The point
la dancing in tbe public schools."
"It was a high school dance," Insist
ed Mahone, "I knew several of the boya
They were high school boys.' '
Beard maanbera explained that high
eabeol dances ware conducted only with
in high school buildings, and that the
eattduc ef children at ether dances was !
te swsiaese or the re rents. rH rector a
abas prisssd Mabooe as to what high
school h referred tA hen h, an id
"stifling dance halL" Mahone said
"nana dasjoe balls are pretty stifling."
aad the said be did not know af any
stifling dance hall la the high schools.
IXraetse Clark Insisted epoet having
the aama of a high school which Mahone
said waa nchaparonad at a dance, aad
Mahana again tnentloned the Portland
kwtaJ. aad then suggested Jetfersea high
"I eategwrteally deny (hat statement."
samara vireetar uara. "There
never been a thwa la the, history of
JefTarsaM high school that there has not
been at least persons there la some
eases 10. The daaa and the vtce-prin-cipal
or principal la always there, aad
tsars is a Msasaitts at taachera, one
snora ef whom ara present. There ts
Jaw a eemmlttee -af studenU. ana or
Swt si whom are always present, Tha
dancea are ooaducted under tha rules of
the ffattonal Association of Dancing
aaastsrsi mere is aa art poster th
feet by five feet ta tha hall, calling
twitus to aay unseemly dancing, end
wwt any such dancing aa obeervwd
their attsaUoa ts called to It and If the
dances do not cease they are removed.
I make this as a definite statement
Director Woodward returned to the
subject of the 400 girls in institutions,
asking where Mahone gained his infor
mation that the girls' downfall was due
to dancing In the schools. Mahone ex
plained the girls wrote out their lives
when they entered the institutions, and
that girls 12 or IS years old could be
depended upon to teU the truth, whereas
the older girls would not tell the truth
ai to the causes of their downfall.
Just how many under 1 are In
volved?" asked Woodward. Mahone
About those over It, you Just said
they did not tell the truth," persisted
"Get me one girl under 12 who ascribes
her downfall to school dancing and I'll
vote to take dancing out of the schools,
said Director Thomas.
Dr. Ouy Fitch Phelps was the next
speaker. He said he objected to danc
ing on the common psychology of the
question, and did not propose to be
bluffed out of his position. If the board
wanted them to produce a 12-year-old
girl who waa ruined because of high
school dancing, he would contract to do
It, pro rlded the board would accept the
challenge and close its buildings to
when board members undertook to
question Phelps, he objected, declaring
he would not be thrown into confusion.
"I bave evidence In my possession that
every kind of danoa rulna somebody.1
he declared. "When you parade what
you can a clean"
' Rot I" yelled someone from the audi
A chorus of hisses drowned the rest
of tha sentence.
"Just two animals make a noise like
that" remarked rhelpa. the goose and
"I have It straight, gentlemen," he
continued. "Don't cross-examine me.
i Don't ask the lady to come in here and
tell you what is going on. Tou ought
to know what la going on In your
schools. I challenge the statement that
music causes one to dance. Dance rauslo
that does auggest things ta the low as
grade of music. X heard symphonies
from the greatest operas la the world in
Paris and tt did not create In me a de
sire to take some man's wife In my
BKTEKXIXEV TO FIGHT
1 would suggest. In view of some of
the damonstrationa In this crowd, that
you have these chaperons chaperoned.
II the dance baa aay Influence at all.
It Is bad. Any Institution that haa to
be chaperoned Is a dangerous Institution.
Tou cannot chaperon evil, and the dance
ta per se wrong and dangerous, and. so
help me, God, I am going to fight this
Dr. W. B. lllnaon then spoke briefly.
declaring that a high school girl, name
of high school withheld, had to leave
her partner on the door because tha
liquor oa his breath waa Intolerable;
that outside of the building was aa
empty bottle and men were under the
Influence of liquor who had to be pushed
Into the vehicle waiting for them.
Tha meeting waa then turned over to
the dancing adherents who proceeded
ts flay the ministers ta a finish.
DES1KS COSSET .TOST
7 Irving Brown of tha student body of
Franklia . high school, called unoa hv
Newt li to give tha student viewpoint, de
clared the dances at Franklin have been
"Only on one occasion was It neces
sary to reprimand anybody." declared
young Brown. "We turned them oft the
"I have talked to mothers who tell me
this could not have happened lately,"
said Wilson, "because girls do not wear
corsets any more. We bave gathered up
evidence and will lay it before the com
mittee. It is of a private nature. This
is not a court in which witnesses are
here to tell everything they know. We
are petitioners before you. We have a
right to state our own views. We think
the checking of corsets was done about
four or five years ago at a certain school
of this city."
"I want the name of the school where
this act occurred," Insisted Woodward.
"That would arouse controversy," said
Wilson, "and X would be compelled to
give names of people."
"I must confess r that you have made
a statement which you have, in the
most cowardly manner, evaded and re
fused to answer, accused Woodward.
AtJDIEJfCE IX UPROAR
"Tou attempted to insult me last
night." complained Wilson, "when I was
making a statement and I resented it
Ws have never heard of men in our
Uvea seeking information and listening
to petitions asking men If they will give
names and under oath."
. "Tou will give evidence before you
are through," persisted Woodward.
"And you must same that school here
The audience was in an uproar. Wil
son refused to give the information.
Young Brown of Franklin Jumped up.
"Tou make a serious statement," he
declared. "It Is an insult to the girls
ttending our dances. It is a disgrace
these fathers and mothers to say
these girls take off their corsets and
dance in an improper manner. I never
heard of the expression Ironclad' until
read It In the paper,
From the gallery came the cry, "It Is
one of the axioms of publlo morality
not to start a statement in public you
would not finish in public.'
Was not the episode really nine
years ago 7" asked PirecSSr SfaulL
"It was about four years ago." said
BEES METHODISTS TJA5CE
Mrs. C W. Hayhurst of the Parent
Teacher association told of going to the
charity ball Wsdnesday night and find
lng numerous ministers dancing there.
among them Methodists.
There seems to be Quite a difference
of opinion," she remarked. "I don't
see why anything begun at a public
meeting should take a private charac
ter. I came to answer accusations sug
gested last night"
"So tar I have seen nothing or heard
nothing that will bear out anywhere the
statement they made last night" said
"One of the ministers said no good
could come from dancing, and yet at
the ball given last night for the unem
ployed something like 15000 was raised. 1
I firmly believe this Investigation should
be continued by the entire board. I
take It from tha remarks of the men
they will take it to some higher court
If we decide to keep dancing. I suppose
If we decided to take -dancing out of
the schools the other side would take It
to a higher court I know of one city
where they abolished dancing In the
high school and are now trying to got
Numerous dancing adherents spoke. W.
P. Adams hotly declared tha ministers
had "wrongfully, unlawfully and- with
malice in their hearts, suvnaerea our
boys and our girls, slandered the Par
ent-Teacher council, and are not entitled
to any consideration, and that the dis
trict attorney's office should be con
sulted 'to ascertain whether or not the
law would not apply to them the same
as to the man oa the street
Principal Boyd explained that dancing
had been removed from Washington
high a year ago because of some objec
tionable features. This was in the nature
of a Busoension for a period, such as is
given any of tha organisations. r
"I have gone to Washington high
school four years," said Robert Mauts.
Student and In all my lite I have never
received such an insult Every student
in high school has been Insulted to
night Would these men let their daugh
ters go without a chaperon T If they
let them go without a chaperon they
would be doing wrong. It they let them
ro with a chaperon. It would be wrong.
accordlnar to their own statements, i can
see no logic In it Five-sixths of the ob
jectionable dancing aone wnen warning-ton
was closed to it waa done by
T ro to Sunday school and church
every Sunday. Ministers of the gospel
sat wronr opinions tbe same as other
neOBle. If these men are in Ute wrong.
I hope they will not continue to be so.
My mother danosd when aha was a girl
and I wtu put up my roomer, against
the mother of any minister sitting over
on that side. I win put myself and my
cousins who have danced all our lives
up against the chlldrea of those minis
ters for any physical examination, and
it X am not aa good physically or mor
al tr. I win keen on let
Mrs. W. H. Bathgate of the Parent-
Teacher council, denied the statements
Attributed her by th ministers at their
association meeting, that ehe had claimed
aJI dances wore supervised by the Pa
W. o. Henderson, executive secretary
ot the community sorviee, urged danc
ing Uadar proper supervision, and defied
ministers or anybody to. find any or
ganisatloa or Institution 100 par cant
perfect. .O-i;:- - '"'
SCwwESTIOWs HXRT TOCSG, " .
, "Ara you going to drive young people
to the gpea hall." tie aaked, or are you
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baidweod Ooera cleaned, waxed sad Bohahsd.
Plenty of sefereeeea, t ream' eapsnaaca aUta
PSMrnaaanae see Bsust: pi
inaneies. etas 1868 Haw
Tabor IT'S ee Tabor IMP
LOST AND FOUND
IF part? who took led s handbag in Alder sL
waiting room at 5 p. m.. Jaa. 10, will return
same to Journal olnoe then will be no ques
Dset 2$. froaa Franklin hlch school.
ISIS OCmvm null anaoja nir, ona
Naaas 'Paca7." Bsward Tabor
orDEtX6s ATtEtto!! kremlp
Baku, Imsrored Order Mnacontes. will hold
a bis street paradt in Hilliboro Satardar ere
ning. January 21, following which a ceremonial
initiation and banquet will be held in the L
O. O. F. halL -Nobles come, wear yonr tea
and your, smite. WM. A. MO RAND, Clar.
JESBB T. JONta, Chronicler.
LOST Bmwa leather handbag oa th St., con-
tainina nnne. abont 82.23. gas deposit re-
estpt, eta. rioder pkaaa aoUIr 22 Anaonia
LOST Brown iKnaaiaa (oa fur, between Loe
lor and ManhalL en
POBTIDTODGE No. B5. A." F.
& A. M. Stated eotnmnnieatfosi
Friday. 8 o'clock, Pythian bldg. Vis
iting brethren welcome.
H. J. HODGHTON. See'y.
LOST Pair eyeglaasaa oa Hawthorne ear, Thare-
l ttnoar penne Taoor osaa aivar
LOST Sunday, Qsh - pole, between sd. Vloat-
gomery aad K. 10th at. IC. 780 or 294 h
E. 10th st Reward. '
OBEGOS LODGE No. 101. A. T.
dt A. M. Special communication
Saturday. 7:00 p. m. E. A. de-
LOST Fox terrier mala pup, 4 months old.
white with brown snots, collar, female. license
921. Broadway 8880; reward.
LOST Black and white English setter. 6 me.
old. Reward. z7 ft. Z4ta, or Tabor ZB70.
LOST Brown snd white femafe pointer 6 moT
SFJIXTglDB LODGE NO. 163.
A. F. AND A. M-. 30th and
Hawthorne. Special at 7 p. m..
Jan. 21. F. C. degree.
LOST One diamond earring.
Jtlarria$es, Blrtbs. JDcdift
MASQUERADE cottumes tor rent Masks to
sea. SSI Yamhill, near W. Park Mi in 6192
EMBLEM JKW8U.B1 a apeeiam. battens, pina.
aharma Jaeger Bros. 181-136 Stb A
Mali 128 11th st. Union masia.
William K. Roiie, legal. 13 East 72d street.
and Stella Smith, legal, 1217 E. 29th st N.
William D. Peterson, leeal. 66 E. 8th at. and
Lola L. Uoyd. legal, 66 E. 8th st
era M. crass. 0. 288 Alberta at. snd Mar
garet F. Scott, 18. 524 Rose lawn ara
Alexander Brill. 18. 864 East 10th st Ii.. and
Elsie Eiehnsr, 17, 626 Mississippi ave.
CARD OF THANKS
WE WISH to Uia&k our many friends for their
kind and courteous treatment during the sick
ness and bereavement of our loved one; also for
the expressions of symnathx by ths maay bean
tiful floral offering. Seth Lind, Claire Lind.
sir. any Mrs. tr noeix. Ansa spen ana wiia.
W. O." SMITH CO.
811 Morgan Bids.
McGANN To Mr. and Mrs. J.
129 Florida, Jan. 11. a ton.
SBAW To Mr. snd Mrs. C. S.
Cleveland. Jan. 10. a son.
ANDERSON To Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson,
1407 Madrona, Jan. 17, a son.
MORSE To Mr. and Mrs. C. Morse. 0311
48th ara, Jan. 17. a son.
SANDY Te Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sandy.
403 Mill. Jan. 1. daughter.
MEEKER To Mr. and Mrs. J. Meeker, 4433
53d, Jan. 8, a son.
BERG To Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Ben, 273 W.
Baldwin, Jan. 9, a daughter.
QLfEN To Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Oban. 879
Montana, Jan. 13, a daughter.
LEARNED To Mr. and Mrs. O. E. LMroed.
808$ Byraeuss, Jan. 0, a danthter.
JON KB To Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Jonas, 1727
K. nth, Jan. 14. a danchter.
MIT A To Mr. and Mrs. i Mils, 47 N. 6th,
Jan. 13, a son.
MOFFATT To Mr. and Mra a Moffitt, 8S03
peweil valley road, Jan. 18, a ton.
V08PER In this eity. Jan. 20. Julia Ann
Vosoer. aged 68 years, mother of Alfred,
Charles H Chaster and Leland Vosoer and Mrs.
3. U Bnuth of Portland: Newton Vosper of
Vancouver, B. C, and Ernest Vosper of Osk
laiuL Cl. Tha remains ana at Finley't mortu
ary. Montgomery at 6 th. Notice of funeral
O'LEABT At tha residence. 1007 Misisaippl
a vs.. January 30. JLllen o Larjr. asea (a
yean, mother of Mary O'Laary. eity. Mra W
i . l . Ii . t- n a in w H X W
n. urwjsoaca in Dimui scan, nun , vn. ...
C. O Hm, Dan, Harry, John and Michael ef
this city. Remains at her residence. Funeral
notice later. McEntee Si Eiler. directera
WEIDLER In this city. "January 191922
Colonel Milton Waidler. husband of Mra
Ssllie Weidler of Portland and father of Charles
Weidlee-"Of Seattle. Wash. Remains are at tha
chapel of Edward Hoi man 4k Son, Third and Sal'
moo eta. Notice of funeral later.
MYERS At the maidance. 631 Milweakie at
Jan. 19, Leonard Myers, aged 15 yeara. be
loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Myera
Funeral notiee later. Remains at the rasJden
tisl parlors of Miller A Tracer.
9 V lath t. , o " "" band of Anna Lorsnng. Member ef alultnomah
U, KEN-Zni-T- Tr lA J T. U.TT-,. f!lmP No- TT- W. O. W. The funeral serrices
T7. rT t.- is. fl. JtcKoozl,,'lwUl be held at the conservatory chapel of the
urea on city. Or.. Jan. 16. aeon. . . , , m a. au..
ANDERSON To Mr. and Mra O. a Anderson.
Deer Island. Or.. Dee. 23. a danshter.
CLARK Te Mr. and Mra F. J". Clark, Ketehi-
kan, Alaska. Jan. 6. a son.
SAMPLE To Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sample,
Milwankie. Or.. Dee. 80. a daughter.
WHITE To Mr. and Mm. S. White, Aurora,
Or.. Jan. 8. a daughter.
MeGRATH Ts Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MoGrath.
ran oran waatL. IMS, 28. a dsmrnter.
BAT To nr. and Mra. O. H. Bay. 401 3d.
Jan. 11. a son.
MAN TOR To Mr. aad Mra K. E. Man tor. Sa
lem. Or.. Jan. 8. a son.
CABTMKU-r To Mr. and Mra B. a Cart-
meu. 11T K. Bth N.. Jan. 7. a aon.
SABA To Mr. and Mra K Naba, 284 WU-
iiama. Jan. p. a daughter.
BALL Sarah Bail, 1887 E. Market. Jan. 17
t yean; angma pectona
SHANIZU Maics Shanizu, 24 N. 4th. Jaa.
18. 3 months: broncho nneumonia.
KELSON John B. Nelson. 460 Uollece, Jaa.
J i. ii yean: diabetes mallitna
PETERS G rover F. Peters, 6450 83d. Jaa.
16. IT yearn; monecide poisoning.
LORKCNG Joseph a Lorsung. 430 10th. Jan.
jf, rears; pneumonia.
SPUING ER Ella Mary SpeingeT, 181 Gross.
.so. ii, oo years: eereBral hemorrhage.
GENTRT Anna Gentry. 709 E. 41st N-. Jan.
17. 80 years: aenta hrnneMtia.
LAMONT John Lament 124 14th, Jan. 17, 76
years; eareouo aeia pauensig.
KAN ART John Kanary, Good Samaritaa hce-
Pitai. Jan. li, Vi yean: typhoid fsree.
O'BRIEN James O'Brien. 769 Sarier, Jaa. XT
o years; my oca mul ek-trenerstion.
A. arsinstw. B. lfuoa
Van Oradall Alio V aaainat Chariaa XT
FOX Jan. 18, at Astoria. Or.. Willa. agad
83 years, wife of John C Fez ot Altoona,
Wash., and moths of Thomas snd Evelyn Fax.
The remains are at Finlay's Mortuary Mont
gomery at 5th. Jioocq ot fane rat nercartev.
BEEDE At tha residence. 145 E. 27th
sooth. January 19. Mary Ellen Beads, axed
60 yean. Funeral nonce later. Remains
the residential parlors ef MCler A Traeey.
LORSUNG At his horns. 430 Tsnth at,. Jan.
17. Joseph B. Lorssng. aged Si yean, bus-
CEMENT wk e mM ktede, eooa
rnaraatsad. (Uri BUM 4k Ce. Th
sias or Beirwocs ais.
SoTaX VkTkTkUVU. i:i ilva. at ttX
eats. 61 eay.
kl II s An ei
Maxwell Hall t14
aa4 ease 64 ww enS SSv.
Si S saw was aaa
sts at ek .
Oasa ferniakil teeaaa, 82
ste y atvi
per anght; S
86e s See
ltTH AMD WASHINUTtN
its by wHt er aa ta.
Twe blorka reaaa Daeet ISe
64 a wrk ey. Hot pad cotd weave
BOOF9 repaired, raia er shine; eave tro-uha
cleaned and repaired; an wcrk gaaraaierd.
Portland Boef Repair s Paint Co.. Male 6330.
CARPENTER Kstimatea im sos
roots mairsd aad aaraaaa bnilt.
ttawtborne. Tabor 1260.
Day ee contract.
m. t-ai snva.
Good work, rrtve
6ULNGLER Any kind of shingling does by A-l
PAPKRHANGlNXi, painuac aad UoUAg,
BASEMENTS. URADINO. GEN1 TEAMING,
roc tract or day work. A atoms tic 622-68.
HARDWOOD noon, day or eostraet Refer-
enoea use aoaney avm. WoocUswn esl.
OABPENTER aad eaatfactoe, ntissns. aaythies
m tns oninng pne. ynone gasi ecoe.
e: eaasru ee-
poorms by ssaehii
can sa ltte.
PiXMill.SU doss tery reasuoaiue by the aour
or by the yne. Aot. zio-al.
BlNbsyiM waala work whara tLera la W
riay cornet and eianonet r-TU. jonmal.
WANTED contract work for 1-teo track.
old. Be turn 607 Alberte-
FOUR WXEKB TRAINING FBEX
We have hundreds of graduates now eacoeei
fully engsged in the Auto. Tractor, Battery and
the Ante electrical buslnsna We eaa aaaiat yon
to a good position, too. We give you a four weeks'
CSMENT work; bave suxers; good work gsr
anteed. Phone before 7 p. m. Tsbwe 6T61
HAULING wanted. 1
818 N. 22d st
a -taa track.
New or repair work,
CAEPENTER contractor, sew sad alterettoae.
large er smau. aay or loo. Auto. 660-26
PAPERING. paiatitTg and tinting; lowest pnoas
on ooo wora. koat imi
NOB miX MSTRU'T
One ninety foralahed ma ta
boot. Farnare. ahswe. mtm trti tte.
dutaaee. rnce reaMeble, 64 N. Slat. eae
TERT daarabW room er aa ausertive apan.
meet; nlaaty ef seat aad bet wease: MeaSrr
pnvuaeaa; vast rasinesSX; ejoea la: 6
to Olds A Ems Msiahaa lilt.
BKACTim. froM reaaa.' as
Boae Otj. with er wuAeat
Woman er eeople amnkssA,
Uarsa. to a
seaae with taa Usui.
" kOB HflL BUTIUCT
One aloely tanusaed paean ge a bseatlral
Prioa reesonabta. N. tlst.
KICK, claaa freat raaaa as ateg
able, anitable fee twe work tog
soaera rarwaaed room lee 1 er I
Plestr ef bat watse: haat- ekwejuetv.
walking disteace. Beeajeabie, rhosa East 84 L
K E Burk.
MCE (uraaae reoaa lor i
hot aad eoid water is balk
2te Eaawee etraat.
U faraaca baa.
I awes Wi
blr by boor er
Job. large or small. Wondlawn 6064.
FREE TRIAL no money la advance. The trial CONCRETE First claas work; machine Bused.
obligates yon ia no way. It affords yon
excellent opportunity to site UP our school and
bast yuur uuamwauona va jvam mecoanicai
work. Full particnian in ear new 113-page
catalog. Call or write for it today. A for
book No. 4. It's free.
ADCOX AUTO AND AVIATION SCHOOU
UNION AVE. AND WASCO ST..
Woodlawa or Alberto Car. Sd aad Aider,
East 9077. Marshall 2908.
PAINTING, paperhanging. tinting, lead aad oil;
work guaranteed, f has. Gorman. Bdwy. 2316
FTpKRI.NO. painting. kalMmtaing cheap before
the spring rush. Tabor S'4&6.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE ISA
MEN WANTED .
Learn antomobile baatnasa' and fit snonelf
for a good Job. Thcsuands of opportrmrtiea for
tbe trained man. Tbe Ui. UPHILL Ante echoota,
astaboahed in 14 different cities offer the fol
lowing trades to ambitious men: Auto and Tren
ton assensntea, lire vulcanising and repairing,
battery, ignition and electrical course, oxy-eaete-lyne
welding. Lowest turttea feea. Ufa member
ship. Our free employment off lea bains yo to
good Position. Io owe it to yourself to in
vestigate. Write or call for Mmntiia n
HEMPHILL'S AUTO AND TRACTOR SCHOOLS
idt HAwtaorae eveaua. Portland.
r 3 raere
tor 2 er 3 ehUdraa la my eosse. Call at 164
W. Winehell st. Ksntea ear.
MIDDLE AGED lady wants paaition in widowers
home, or hosns without ehildrvm. Hotel Celtlnss
room 21. 821 4tb st: se trifVn.
pnrueeva u iwtvate boaae tee gut. 6b K.
Msrlaian. Phono Beat 0036.
WlLishara part ef a maeara bwns.tew'e
urauawe room; atse a aaraga. 961 K.
St. ear. 884.
ClXA.V. warm i rnine
tea nrelerrad. It a
with boeri. ssau
343 m Ota. Aat
CLEAN, well taraVW
THAT CHANCE FOB PROMOTION IS JTBT
snuji. ana, luu iUEJLUZ VXJH IT
WHEN IT COMES f ,
els a ifAf. a a
TTl make year frocks, rowee end wrana for
all erraaona and also tie rsmodahna at m.a
able pdcaa. -
sl Arctoaas Bids. Pbeee BSOS.
Broadway and Oak Sts ta
VHB DORutHT iHdP
Hemsfttahlng. eeUea OSe yd.
Buttons covsrad ..........18e dasves and op
Bntton boles (sQ siasal...38e doe. aad aa
Mail orders solicited. 1006 Broadwsy bids.
day er night sebool has been the steppine-etone
tor thonsanda Why aot yoaf Phone Mais 699.
POSITION FOB SUCH QRADUATS
ALIBET BLDO.. 3D AND MORBUON
-Vae sebool ef Qaanty"
Day loaooi Wigbt acbeol
Address 407 Morrwoe rbone Broadway 6083.
IfOLEB BARBER COLLEGE will teaab
tbe trade la B weaka reeasve aaeae
Iraming; rositione sacnired. Oresna
mea reeatve state ait, Write er call let aala-
a-sne. Z64 mnnWi at-
street, at 2 p. m.. Saturday, Jan. 21. Friends
and memben of above fraternity invited. Inter-
ment Mt Bcott Park cemetery.
CREMEN At her residence 408 12th st. JanT
19. Mary C reman, aged 88 years, widow of
the late Joseph D. Cram an and mother of the
late Anaa M. C re man. Fnneral will be held
staple cathedral, loth and Davis sts., Saturday,
jaa21, at 9 a m., where requiem mass will
be offered, itemains wui oe piaceo m private
mausoleum, Kiverriew cemetery. McEntee A
BaOway Teiesrmoh Instknta. 484 Rafiwar Sx-
cnanre ciag. jiight eismre.
WILES In this eity, Jan. 19, Walter Wiiks,
and father of a H. and Ed Z. WUks, Friend
are invited ta attend funeral serrices at Mo-
Entoe & Eflers parlors, 16th and Kveret sts..
Satarday. Jaa. 21. at 3 p. as. Interment, Rose
H0CL TON January 17, Philip J. Houton,
aged 43 rears. lata of Oregon City, beloved
husband of Jovita Houlten. Funeral asiiUjea
will be bald at P. L. Lrcb funeral panora, saat
Eleventh at Hawthorne. Saturday st 2 n. m.
Friends inTitod. Oreson City Fjitarprlse pUaae
CLASSES ia china decora tins. oils, water color?.
begin in February.. Art Emporium, 1st and
THE Paasley Studio Re tokening School. Thorough
instruct, in theory and tacnnKiae, 407 Morvteon.
WANTED, to take aborthana crom private party,
eveninga at-STT, jonrnal.
BALfi Mm. Sarah Hah, aged 68 yean, lata of
1887 K- Market st Fnneral services win be
held Saturday, Jan. 21. at 3 P. m.. from tbe
residential funeral parlors or R. W. Gable Co.,
107 E. 79tA N. Friends are invited, Intar
ment in Mt ort Park cemetery.
WANT SALESMEN WITT? PETJJNO EXPERI
ENCE TO CALL ON OWNERS OF AUTOMO
BILES IN PORTLAND AND THE PRINCIPAL
OITDCS AND TOWrS OF STATES OF OREGON
AND WASHINGTON TO SOLICIT FOB
MEMBERSHIP IN THE C. S. AUTO PROTEC
TIVE ASSOCIATION. A HIGH CLASS POSI
TION. ANSWER BY LETTER ONLY. GIVE
REFERENCES. J. W. T1N3LEY. BJTZ
HOTEL. PORTLAND, OR.
OSBORN At hi Mte reaidenea, 4408 Forty
aaoond avenue southeast. Henry A, Osborn,
seed 60 years. Funeral service will be held
at P. I Lerch undertaking parlors. East
Eleventh at Hawthorne, eatorday at iu a- ,m.
BlakeUy Msrgaret from Howard Blakeley.
Shoemaker May from Dan Shoemaker.
Gnvsa George F. from Fnneia Graves
Lawaea Stella I a. from. William W. Lawaaa.
Wflliam Grace s. from B. J. WflRam.
Beaningboff Margrete from L. Benninghofl.
J ohanaon A- ., from Fxankie Johansoa.
Gable Irene from WQliam Gable.
Andeneo Sarah from Uoyd H. Anderson.
Shearer Haaei from Leslie Shearer.
Sharer Bessie M. from B. M. S&erer.
Sparka Asaea L from Jamaa H. 8narka '
Bark hunt Jesse from Rboda Bark hu rat.
Pitch John U bom Anna Fitch.
Graham Wiifrrd A. from Jeaaie M. Graham.
Mairilnartnn Eva if. from Su.u - w.r.
Ktaekw i. rTia from Stanley ETseke.
UNDERWOOD Jan. 19.
Lnvira Underwood, mother of Elvis Under
wood of Portland and Eliaa M. Underwood of
Napavine, Wash. The funeral service win be
held Saturday, Jan. 21. at 2:80 p. m., at
Finlay's Mortnary. Montgomery at Sts. Friends
invited. Concluding service Rlvemeweemetery.
MANN Maria, aeed SO ream, who died Jan.
17. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Aeawrrsan
of Mount AngeL .Catholic funeral services at
St Patrick's eerirch Friday morning at 6:16
wnsn leauirm high mass win be offered. Body
interred at Rose City cemetery.
coiast t .tfr t&ea ubta risht Kind pf
7. Haas rae (f wvar om
- carpets ana rasa, Saws bait taa
- price of (saw res- Use srpotea
I tilt Rbes stsAirrIeaae4. 11.53
East S5S0 IU Easl EiaktS)
WIUIJAMS The funeral service for Henry M.
Wllliama. late ef liwaoo. r.. waa held to
day (Friday) at 2:80 p. aa, ai Ftnley's mer
tnary, Montgosaery at Cooehiding arrvice.
ssv scots eemerevy.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 10S
r. a dcnnino, na
"Tbe Family Beta lha Price. -
414 E. Alder St Pbene East 63.
SNOOK & WHEALDON
BELMONT ) S5TH
FINLEY'S 2VIO RTUARY
MONTGOrtEBY Af FIFTH. MAIN s
KeENTES dc EILCRs. funeral ptrWn wtu ai
me privacy es a nine, seut aaa aBtet sta.
Iksi Broadway 3133. Ant 631-83.
at TBACKY." tsSspsadrat jnaereim.
rnaerals STB snd sa Waatuaatea
at Ella ft Broadway 2691. Ant 818-44.
R.T. BYRNES StISS.
st wmaai sve. weumaea gzo.
A. R. Zelier Co. tSTiSt
woman, learn 'barbae trade: wares while
ling. Oregos Barber Coflete, 288 Madl-
HELP WANTED MALE 201
SALESMEN earn 830 a weak aad live
honsa Place open for men with A-l refer
ences at Salem. Astoria, The Dalles. Hood Biver
and Bend, writs Norm Bids BraJt Co.. 203
Artisans bldg.. Portland. Or.
88 Dr weak. 1 lurl sa VI.
Jafferasa biga. Woodlawa 4171.
CIRX aa(.kyi to aUre ial."
raaareiabta. Male 1816
able. 41S MU1 et
fr-st-W ilissaiig rrima. 1 nwaska.p
awa, aaf baeae. 14S Si. 841k,
rng. walking OJatea
are beet, walkmg dinaww.
I koOMS for ram. with er wulumt beard. 1as
be prtviMwaa, fa.
mi la sill.
bsms hke plaee.
Call aatk SS9.
far eaa er ta
modsliss raliaina. shirstlaas
seasals pncea The Cab'et Dreassaaklas ras-
ars. eae Moensos. soar 1 lta. gtam 1616.
LADIES Tour new spring hat made te
ROOM AND BOARD
thia month oalr 82.60.
FIR8T-CLASS d rssamskint, prices ssasunsble.
ralerewoaa, 6 teat ladies' work aolidtod. 1111
E Taylor at. Tabor 4669.
DaabaaAaLiO, tberongbly espartaeosrl : artess I IBllm. ta tV.
reaaeaabka Pbeae Main 9104. 49T Waal LTt-LTI" ...
Vob. 13. Button A Plaitiag bop. 109 Baial I rVB42Jirnia seaiesaaja.
ELBTENTH OFT WASHINGTON
roeUands nlgb-elsm sowwtswa
We give ran the easn erta
A n-rV-a-i nd Enmimn ptaa Hatva ussssiili
srVbtksoX-Iosf KCtiflT . ' "
Eewm aad board for enildrra at the Csad r
sa-Yest naraory; special auaatioa te tell a led
babtea. East 164.
rm m -t.r-
for 3 er 3
bEWINO DONE KEABON'AELE
MRS. GOOD. WDL.V 2146.
i'HlTE hemstitching 6s par rare.
and twe ssseie far twe ease wukna
te room tosethsr: raaaaaable sabm. 929 A.
30th B. WeodMiMsk ear.
FTBNISHED toeaa, large emaicb fee tweTna
eselasive soardiae aooae: bjme eaokms sad
brine your ordara. 309 Aliaky Bids.
HJCMBTITCHINQ 7e par yasd, ldaalHaW. TIT beese cemformi raraaw aww. VI. ra 46T6.
Breadway bms. LARGE IroeA reem. eApte as grav a. s
PRACTICAL aune, doctors rafareaee. Tabor
sxiu er Tabor 4ISZ.
KURSK with lovely hooM wiu rare for- tsva73
er eanerly parson. Aata. SlO-96.
Ployed : board if
ara Dear HswOtersa
ROOMS AND BOARD
iWetrical rrsatmaate fo
61 at yoer own tone 646-64.
ONE er twe reams seen wasted far reees ead
board m private family. Larws tremt sua as
with steam beet 810 per wash, SOS E. lia
LARiia, troat reoaa. sultaba
heat ia room, waina dim
aeaaeie. mtta ev wasoat boars. East 4438
er call 138 Lerrabea
ihaiie far I er
bean like pbte:
suitable far 8 er A
FURNISHED ROOMS S00!
CLEAN slesping aad a. k, rooms. 67 par me,
and upward. 2 and room suites, 612 ta
822. Free bath, dandy lobby. The Yaasha.
N. IStn and vaogbn.
50c Day, 23250 Week Up
tjieaa roonss, eatn rree, aov. wsiar an
petal Cadilo, 3e pear jstfersoa.
1-hOOM and aleaving
S petaens: pram
S , , S Itf A mm itmA
KX Barmwae. faaH 6tT,
LARGE freat room, enftable for a
MOTEL OHIO. 266 Front, eor. Madiaoa.
80c ap, 3 week up; H. K. rooms; hot and
sold water; steam bask Elevate sanies; etbet
Claaa famished room., 63 week, 36e ta 60s
story pnes building.
WOULD like to bare 3 er 3 ehildrea fee reees
aad beard er by day; gaed bases; laaeie
pay aad all the sewVag te does free. T3T is Aa-
twt st. bet 223 snd 28d-
ONE kuse. aieai treat wirn. twta bask, b, aad e.
water, ftreptaee; else awe wary large paean,
foe lor 4 man employed; welkins Iters w a.
wrta er without board. Bdwy. 4616.
We bare aa exceouunal offer to asase a Tire.
wideawake young, man with car. 030 CKnlnT
of Commerce bids.
240-248 Salmon et. near. Third.'
rooms 7 Is ap. Weekly rataa
Sawder ebickea dinarn Tic. weak days see;
an poo eaa eat. cooaaa use methar eaoaed, 191
Madera I VICE warm room for tt
suae in. zai seas.
WANTED, eaperteneed bote! manaewr for are
first dam hotel, email easwsat eapttel reasirad.
P. O. Box 97, Salem, Ore.
W ANTED At once. 2 mea to Warn vukiaaisiag
eooks snd kite Sis SS
48 H N. 2d. Broadway 2839
AGENTS wasted (or fameas thiee-ia-eae aaoa-
pmg paga sos trewuaae btus.
ZtBEBT JJ.'TIATEMAN. there U a letter tee
yoa la PeruaM peatomce, ueneral Mliwary.
WANTED, to tase shorthand tram private party.
evenings, m-37 7. jenreaa.
live real estate
See Wtiaon, 713 Lewia bMs-
KELP WANTED FDrtALE 204
rTANTtI Three expsrieneed tsdtes to lots ear
bease ta haute advertising new. Good poas-
tmea for right pastern, Plssas Mr- Prigmora.
rVNrv 8718. for aimul'vtmsnt
LEARN Beaaty CulUire thetwagbly at the Hetty
Jaae lemur Shop, ess asa pjos. Bdwy,
ANY GIRL la waws wf a man4 apply bs the
- BarsawM army ataaaae llama, Mayraar a
AVrander eta Pbnaw Mil 94 64. IV M ear.
WANTED A air! far gaaesai bnaasasrfc: aew
lamgisrrnsd Call BcO-
homa. 8 ta family.
sftee 9 a
WANT siri for asht baasewerk; ae
Can a, samna.
44ta street worth.
WANTED Tw, rhambermasia.
Hsrrwon. 401 Front.:
JEFFERSON high school grl wanted to aanst
in bouse eak. Ant 829-29
WANTED, te take abortbaad trust pnaaie pans.
rwimn. a 8 I I, journal.
VI ll-L sire ptaae er vloun tewaone te eae
fog Lalit hocus cleaning, , laaaa. 3784.
170 11th at. aear Mamma. Claaa. m
by day, week or month; rearoblo
60e day ami 68 week aa: dasa. Srbl.
bet er eoM water, steam beat.- 304 CetemMe.
Warmest, rlnaist medrra rnoma
18. ether rooms with prrvste bath.
NICELY fur. fboaaa wua ewakiet law cawpte
er 1 men, 64. 6w and S par
wiiiw aiHswv. via rvmm.
LAaGE. bwautJul front raaaa. wonAarfaT"
ef aaenateiaa. rises aaa eStr: See 4e
er 676 for two, amptoyed. Mar. t4.
BOSK CITY PARA; Owner wvU awAnT
room eowpie er twe seatlamsa : ae ether bs
em; all eoevaelenewa. 411 8. S4b i, n.
LADY baviag iarse. aUracUve
assals. weald like eae er nee
laai board. Wenflawa 841
Phone Tabor 7144.
two 34 11.
NICE fwraUhea etesulus raosaa; beat and all eoa-
seaJearee. rsaaonable: 1 room hardwood flaara.
waiaiaf oistaace. WCM SOS 6T ITaatteri
BOOMaad board, private
terra frewt sense, rest baa
If. Pbene East 6246.
WOULD aba te cam for Lute girt 4
fr two aws. '
- E 12U
Hawthaeas aad Grand. H. BL aad
mtvaa, bot and rtM water, steam beat
sis, 30 rears'
K. Breedwsr. new and aatwtera. Tab tea. m.
drwira. 61 e day and np. 68 week, private hatha.
OOOD reaaa sad sward, 89.60 par week: e real
prima log pea; wa.aias eisuass. B3S Msaa-
St 10th. 81 A das. wwakrs SB aA
free phone and bath; tight and airy.
xev; hotal hotel
WOUTJl Kka I
S3 I Tib C awar
Oa 4fb aear Weabmetam st.
eeas. l a awe ww.
Yea, yea eve invited.
PLSASAXT ram strtetiy
toe fa 1 ae S wars
WUOW wttb aaas bwaae wa swam ed bsif
worfcins Paea. HewM peivtlie i. 87. AS sa.
Ctear fca. 1 ee Maene at-. Missiasli n ear.
- HOTEL TAIT
Madera eetsWie raws, elsaaer asevW.
06 wk wp. Cewrrairy tawated. l'h and S'ark.
pwsai a w
LK room with board be Mia
mmi af bast. dwSjwbH eaMal4e I
mdiea ewrfAofwd- T par
. . " "- .... - 1 i
aaee aaei; sasurskes eeuy. earaioywd aayal"-""1 wiua v awva " mm-im
14 N. 1 4th at ' wm W" r eid-vty wavsaw. 1st 4l4-
TUB ST. PAUL. 136 4 th. cm. Aider. A B-E-. CUJUiEX'f te taa tm hart la 9ai-ktas.
VlEtTDladV V-arAtr ,"rW mil m4 k
aaapXb. Ella Ftwaaf. BL 3. Garvaia. tw.
EFECTABLB liisbll hwteL Bales TSe
Private bath 1 2. Sprenal latea by week er month.
KEATLT rmalikil sleeymT
S bleats fraan
M. AS. C.: ttgbl beat nbaee and baibi
814 par month. MarahaB 11TT.1H Maetena at.
CAT TWEiJTlI, asodara troet aaom Isr 1 st
3. nsea eery, walking dateeee.
WELL f urakAed'. ' ekjta tupma, waJuag dauara,
Broadway 19.3. -
&OOMERS wasted.- 8 nuw. elana es. at 348
evw pr vate twwa.
PLKAAANT aaa. aautebw Ur 2, wyjt
waavd et IBS rwawesa, Matet I SSI
rnwiva pood eaJ
Sat Aie 2k.