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PORT! AlVH OFFERS A MARKET
W Mtjr-KX 3LS FOR vniiu ponm irr
33 Japanese Pongee 2. M. XI T
Kafoury Bros . 3S3 Aider St.
Complfl Chance Saturday Aduila. Wit
day Matinee, 2uc; - i tot- Contiru
' 11p m Children 10 rema el' times
Meat Market in established industrial
I location. Modern equipment including
complete cold storage plant, K'.r.-ss cob
pells owner to sacrifice. Terms consider
ed to right party. Address J. F. P . SSS
Kessenden Street. Portland.
We want your rge ahirmenta. We i
count, prompt remittance. We will p.
price the day jour ahipment arrives.
PAGE & RON, PORTLAND. ORE
cash. No dit
tn top market
Select Residential & Transient
15th and Yamhill Portland. Oreetm.
Modern Fireproof American Plan
Set of CQ.OO
We (r:arnte material
Fauntaw extraction of
teoth 50c 2 year in
thotmme location. V. S. DENTISTS. 25 Waafa.
injftcn cor. Second. Portland. Oregon.
C. G. APPLEGATH
Portland's Oldest FUR House
Remodeling, Repairing, Storage.
129 Tenth Street, near Washington.
Expert examination free All work guaranteed. Sen
sible pricei. We specialue in Complete Overhauling and
ANDERSON A MAYER GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP
Moved to New Larger Garage. !th and Hoyt. Portland
Save On Your
Pipe, new and secondhand, black and ra!
vaniied, berry and hop wire, galvanned
barbed wire, (arm tools, drag saws, bUck
smlthing tools and supplies.
ALASKA JUNK CO.
GET OL'R PRICES
101 Front St. Portland. Ore.
JlJUr every meal
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES DVjLi JLj
If taken in time, prevent operations for Diabetes, Catarrh. Asthma,
Lui.g, Throat. Liver. Kidney, Rheumatism. Blood. Stomach and all
'eniale disorders. Bladder Troubles.
I he C Cue Wo Remedies are harmless, as no drugs or poison are used.
Composed of the choisest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark, im
.xntcd by us (rom far away oriental countries.
Call or Write (or Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New Location 262 M Alder St.. S. W. Cor. Third. Portland. Oregon
Established 23 Years in Portland.
On Replated Articles
Auto Lamps and Spotlights Resilvered
OREGON PLATING CO.
874 East Oak. cor. Union Ave.. Portland, Ore
That Fit None Better
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third St
Paid PLEATING SPECIAL
Cut. seam, hem and machine
pieat skirts ready for band.
Hematitehin. uit'otinr and tnckinc.
EASTERN NOVELTY MTG. CO.
85 H Filth St. Portland, Ore.
We Specialize in
Hide?, Fells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Grape Root Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tags & latent Price Liat
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
101 UNION AVINUE NORTH, P0KTUN0. OREGON.
Branch at Pocatello. Idaho
Phone Tabor 3039 47th and E. D.vls Street
To farmers and others: We are buyers
of large or small quantities of poultry,
Highest market prices paid.
mailed same day as shipment arri af
No Commission Deducted.
Fefereiu-es, Y"e?t Coast National Bank.
A GIRL AND A PRINCE
ONCE upon a time there was a peas
ant girl who was so beautiful that
a prince fe'.l In lore with her. F.very
day he rode by the place where she
was tending her father's goats and at
last he told her who he was and asked
her to become his wife,
"Oh, but I could never marry a
prince," said the pretty girl, whose
name was Nita. "And. besides, your
family would never let you marry me."
"Then I will leave my father's pal
ace and give up the kingdom and live
with yon," said the prince. "I shall
iu.. ; no one but you."
"No, that would never do." said
Nlta. "You could not become the hus
band of a peasant girl any more than
I could marry a prince. No. you are
not good enough for me," she said, with
a toss of her pretty head.
You cannot plough a field or mate
a harness or take care of the goats
Hemstitching. Buttons Covered.
16SH Tenth St..
Kill 1.2C0 Crows
BUY THE B:SI HOKSE COLLAR MADE
All long" rye straw stuffed.
Insist on having the collar
with the "Fish" Label. If
your dealer does no: handle
this brand collar, write to us
P. SHARKEY & SON
53 Union Av., Portland. Ore.
AUTO PARIS FOR ALL CARS
At less than M Prire. Mail orders promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co. "Portland''
Removed without injury to the akin by Ney-Born
Depilatory. Sample on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 519 Morgan liidg.. Portland Oregon.
See Yellowstone and
These two wonderlands have been
reproduced in charming illustrations
by the Union Pacific and bound in
book form with adequate description.
Both can be easily obtained and will
prove extremely entertaining as well
as instructive. Write for copies to
Wm. McMurray, General Passenger
Agent, Pittock Block, Portland, Ore
gon, wlrb will forward them freely to
any address upon receipt of request.
TOBACCO CURE "ST
Write HILLSBORO CHEMICAL CO.
Gold and Silver Plating.
Send us your old Silverware, Reflectors
and Musical Instruments for repair and
resllvertnir. We save you money. D. L.
Foote, 38ti'4 Washington St., Portland.
Sanitary Beauty Parlors We fii yon
we make all kinda of .Hair Goods of your
combings. Join our School of Beauty Culture.
400 to 414 Dekum Bldg., Fhoae Broadway
6902, Portland, Oragon.
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines taught and repaired. 428
Yamhill. Portland, Ore.
Rebuilt second hand batteries, JlO.uo.
4$ Grand Avenue, Portland.
BRAZING," WELDING CUTTING
Northwest Welding Supply Co., 88 1st 8t.
ciucm N fl KDriAK REPAIRING
Adolph V. Harr, Ablngton Big., Portland.
Complete Line Bottlers' Supplies
Portland leverage & Sply Co., 431 Stark
Farmers'-Coyote Trapping Correspond
ence Course. Complete, reliable, reason
able. Free Plans. Infallible Scent.
Trappers' School, Boise, Idaho.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
Do not throw away your old feathers. We e'ean.
dye and remodel and match samples. New Flow
era and Feathers made to order, 20 yeara estab
lished. We iruarantee all work. Hartneaa Faath-
er & Flower Shop. 3S6uj Washington St.
Unltvpe machine, first class shape, used
short time. 450 lbs. 10 point type worth
$1260.00 will sacrifice for $450.00, terms
to suit. American Type Foundry, Port-
VABASH.Rooms 50Cj204 Madison St.
Just arrlvedftwo carloads'of horses. Have
150 to choose from, ranging in weight
from 1300 to lfif'O pounds, and from four
years old up. These horses are for rent,
sale or exchange. We take in cattle,
horses and mules. North Portland Horse
& Mule Co., North Portland, Ore. Phone
Empire 0121. .
NEWSPAPER MEN LOOK AT THIS
Live countv weekly modern equipment
electrically operated. Near largest towns
on lower Columbia River. Ill health com
pels owner to sacrifice, will sell 2-story
Dulldlng 40x70 7 living; rooms and plant
or will sell plant and lease building. Ad
jacent country growing rapidly $3000.00
will handle this, balance on terms. Ad
dress K co American Newspaper Asso
ciation, 420 V. S. National Bank , Bldg ,
ONION SEED FOR SALE
Oregon Half-Globe yellow Danver onion
seed for sale by grower. C. L. Johnston,
Made to measure, 467 Washington St.
If vou are troubled with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Bin Company,
Portland. Jiegon. for free information In
German or gngilsh.
Marlon. Kan. - As a result of two
nights' hunting George Clark, Fred
Spencer and Raj C.Hlett of Milton and
Summit townships marketed with the
Portland County clerk of Marion county 1.200
crow heads and received a check from
P- 1 rha countv fur $1-0.
"Pasteur," a flay by M. Sacha
Gultry, which deals with the life of
the great French bacteriologist, has
already been produced in London.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Burnside street, Port
Baths, sinks, toilets, basins, boilers,
pipe, valves and fittings. Prices reason
able. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.
East 6th and Morrison Sts. Portland, Or.
CTJTTLOWERS ft rLORALDESIONS
Clarke Bros., Floriatl, 287 Morriaon St.
BANKERS' AND BROKERS' SALE.
OF USED TRUCKS
We have taken over the following trucks
from the Portland Motor Car company
and Automotive Brokerage company,
which must be sold at once In conjunc
tion with the bank's trucks. Packards,
Nash, Republic, Masters, Geary, White,
Winther, Kissel, Federal, Dodge delivery.
Comet and other makes. All sties, In
cluding dumps and hoists. Terms to suit.
CHAPERON MOTOR CAR CO.
Cor. Grand Ave. and Salmon, Portland.
Makes New Auto Fuel
Mulhelm. Frani Fischer, a local
chemist, has succeeded In producing a
benzlne-llke fluid from coal gas that
Is reported to be satisfactory for use
In motor cars. He has sold Ids patent
to the Austrian government.
Turkeys for Export
The Italians breed turkeys by the
thousands, but they are Intended chief
ly for export, very few lielng eaten in
Wine Thirty Years Old
Troy, O. Two gallons of wine, one
of blackberry and another of grape,
estimated to be about 80 years old,
were found In an abandoned and all
but forgotten cellar near the home of
Justice Cyrus McCurdy by city water
department employees. Justice Me
Curdy. a wheel-chair Invalid, turned
the find over to Sheriff Montgomery
i .. :. s i. l salt . -i&"'. i .J.
and she won't marry me," replied the
prince. "I am not good euouga for
her. She said so."
"Peasant girl indeed f" sa'.d the
queen. "She would marry you soon
enough If we should permit such a
thing." Then, because she was a wom
an, the queen wanted to know what
was lacking in her son that tall girl
did not think him good enough for her
"She said that even though I had
servants to do the work I ought to
know how It should be cone, tnat
good master must know how to rule
his servants, and that I did nt know
anything at all," tho prince replied.
"She has some sense," said t'.'.e king.
"That sounds sensible, and I should
like to know why !t Is that vou don t
know how to do something : A son of
mine ought to be able to do anything.
You don't take after my family or you
would be able to plow a field."
"Indeed:" answered the queen, grow
ing angry. "If he took after my fam
ly he would be able to do everything.
It Is yours, sire, he resembles, and not
mine. Can you mak a harness, son,
"Of course I can't," replied the
prince. "I don't know how to do any
thing. No one has ever taught me. I
twtel and a
nest c I a a x c
i-ii; v 'i
Solarian to be Shipped.
Vaaefjtror. Wash. G. W. M inkier,
i inventor of tho solarian, an instru
ment that ho believes will revolution
ize the study of the earth's movements,
received a letter from Oberlin college,
Ohio, asking him to ship his model as
I soon as possible and inclosing a check
I to cover costs of getting out a pan-
ment for years and worked out his in
vention in loss than a mouth. After
several attempts to form a company
"You Are Not Good Enough for Me.
or milk the cows. No. you won't do
for my husband and I won't do for you
as a wife, so good-by."
Nlta did not give the poor prince any
time to reply. She ran off toward
her home so fast over the rough stones
he could not follow, and home he went,
a very sad prince Indeed.
"What Is the matter with yon?"
asked his father that night as the
prince, with hanging head, refused to
eat his supper.
"I n m wishing I were good enough to
many Nita." replied the sad prince.
"Nlta:" exclaimed the king and the
queen, who had never heard of the
"Who In the world Is Nlta?" asked
"SLe Is a peasant girl and she knows
how to take cure of goats and I don't.
Aw i . . . ...... i
am not gooa enougn to oe iue uusuu-u vhWl lle9cribhig the solarian.
ot tne peasant biti. Mr MinUU,r studied the earth move
"A son of mine snouui oe uina i"
become the husband of any one," cried
the king. "Go to work and learn how
to do all these things."
It did not take the prince long to i to manut'.uiure the instrument he do
learn, and one day he proudly showed eided to turn his patent rights over
to the k'.ng and queen a harness he had to Oberlin college with the under
made, and then one day he asked them standing that tho solaria is to be
to look at a Held he had plowed. manutacturetl in sufficient quantities
"We will find the peasant girl now. lU,mam, Tlu, ins(nl.
said the queen, who had not forgo ten priced and
Slie naa spunieu nei sou iva a
"We will show her our son can do any
thing her people can do.
So they found Nlta and showed ner
the harness and the field the prince
had plowed, and the praise which
Nlta gave tho prince for his work quite
won the hearts of the king and queen.
When they found that their son
was ready to give up the kingdom to
marry Nlta, the king said that the
kingdom needed people with good
.sense to rule It, and now that his son
had become such a good and sensible
man, all that was needed was a prin
cess quite as sensible, and he for one
gave his consent to the marriage.
The queen, not to be cutdone, gave
hers, and that night the merry-making
In honor of the wedding of the prince
and the peasant girl made the welkin
(9 by McClura Newspaper Syndlcala.)
I shouid bo in every high school and
i college where an earth globe is used,
Mr. Minkler stated.
Mr. Minkler was a student at Ober
lin college from IS00 to 1S0S and was
n member of tho Lincoln Wideawakes,
who worked to elect Lincoln presi
dent. He is ?S years old nnd has
lived in Yancouver for 25 years. The
solarian model will be shipped next
week, he said.
Just b-e renders to every one his dua,
Talcum Kills Babe.
Owosso, Mich. Inhaling
'.. ..j n
lioiit r.s-oiu ciiii'i . ii
Greenville, at the home or Jesse Lee
of Elsie. The child was playing with
a can of the powder.
powder caused the death of t
uonths-old child of W. K. Ill
Huston, Tex. When she refused to
accept his attentions, Louise Floquet,
pretty divorcee, was shot nnd killed by
George "exenet, a French avlutor.
The Frenchman then committeed suicide.
SAVED ON EUILDING MATERI
ALS, all kinds, new and used. Also
plumbing supplies, hardware, bldg.
paper, paints, varnish. Write or
call. Dolan Wrecking A Const. Co.
East 8th and Belmont, Portland.
At least SOc-, of the resale value of a
used truck depends on the firm mak
ing the sale. We believe that satis
fied customers make the best sales
men. Our used trucks are worked
over accordingly. We can't afford to
do otherwise, and you can't afford to
buy on any other basis. The list be
low represents real value:
l-ton Chevrolet, express body,
cab, lights J 550
1- ton Reo. lights and starter 550
2- ton Republic, A-l condition $1000
24-ton Patriot, a bargain $170
3U-ton Standard, dump & holvt.$1100
Write or come and see us. Cash or
Badley-Smith Motor Co.
21 North 9th St,
Lesson a given firing dene. 225 2nd St.
Miller Paint Co. Wallpaper
We Invite you to call and inspect our
line of Wall Papers and Paints or send
for our free catalog. Select what you
want from our line and save money.
172 First St., Portland, Ore.
PLEATING. ' HEMSTITCHING. BUT
TONS. SCOLLOPING. PEARL-PICOT
EDGE WIDE H F. M ST ITCH I NG
EMBROIDERY SUTTON HOLES
All work guaranteed
Smith Pleating and Button Works,
823 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore.
CLEANING AND DYEING
For re'iaDie Cleaning and Dye
ing eervics send parcels to ua.
Wa pay return postage. Inform
ation and prices given upon re
quest. ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS..
Eatablished 1890. Portland. Ore
Priceless Gems Taken
From Statues in Church
Ovledo, Spain. Thieves broke Into
the bishop's palace and carried nway
the Jewels of the Virgin of Cavndongn.
which were n gift from the Asturiuns
In" America In 1918. t The crowns of
both the virgin and "the child, which
were adorned with 9,045 precious
stones, were stolen.
It's a poor love letter that can't cre
ate a sensation when read in court.
Tikhon Accepts Old Calendar.
MOSCOW. After correspondence with
church Ofllcinll In Constantinople and
Athens, ftivnhlabop Tikhon has Is
sued proclamation accepting the
Gregorian calendar, which was adopt
ed by the civil authorities of Russia
several months ago.
GOING TO BUILD?
w , hnnrlrrda of Diana at $10.00 and up. Send I
! ua a aketch of the home you want and we will aub
mit similar specimen plans. No obligation except
IS return plana if not suitable.
O. M. A K E R S
OREGON DJjid'5rond Dlftin ,ll'U Cmc1' Building.
"Movie" Imitator Hang Himtelf.
Chlca-o - l-'reilerlrk Iloach acciden
tally hanged himself with a necktie In
the attic of his home while Imitating
a s. . ne In a "Wllr! West. "
Nitrogen Wall Makes Sky Blue, Says Professor
London. The long-accepted explan- up as If In a balloon, whose wall con
atlon of the blueness of the sky as be- gists of a solid mass of crystalline par
ing due to the well understood action tlclea of nitrogen. It Is this, he says
of the sub's rnys upon particles In the whjeh gives the sky Its blue color, and
atmosphere Is AsP.tngwd, according B)g0 accountl for several other
to the Dally Mall's Copranagal cor
respondent, by Professor Vigard, of
Professor Vigard claims a discovery
hat the : .tmosidiere of the
earth outside J be a!.- stratum jbutj..Gier.
phenomena, including the fact that
radio waves follow the contour of the
eaith Instead of flying from It at a tan
gent and losing themselves in the
Peanut flour Is slightly superior t
meat as a growth producer, experi
ments on rats Indicate.
Shepherd's Harvest Time
At lambing time is the shepherd's
harvest and no trouble should be
spared at this season In gtttlng the
biggest percentage of living lambs,
thriftily growing, and the mother's
onditlon such as to keep the young
families doing well from the lump. It
may be a matter of deepest mystery
to the beginner with sheep to go to
his sheep lot some morning and find
'ialf a dozen new lambs, some large
and others smaller, with apparently
no mother to claim the most of them
f-SvAjk iA.. ,S.f.v aaBBaaMal -
What's in a Name?
By MILDRED MARSHALL
facts about your ram. Its history t
meninti; whanc it wu derivvd; sir
.wfic&nce, your lucky J-y . lucky Jwol
RECENT discussion of I.oretta sug
gests Lulu as an Interesting
parallel study. Lulu is a:so the result
of modern spelling. Its correct form
U Loulou. a version which originated,
and Is still a favorite In France.
Its popularity is attributed to the
Provencal Lora de Sadcs, beloved of
Petrarch, whose story is considered
one of the world's greatest romances.
She is the lady whose prnlses are sung
by the great Italian poet In his "Kline"
or sonnets. She Is Identified with I.ora
de Noves, un Avignonese lady who
died of the plague in 134S, and who
was already married to Hughes de
Sades In 1821 when Petrarch Is said
to have first seen her.
The romantic nature of the French
caused the name of tho lovely heroine
to find extraordinary vogue in that
country. However, Lora or Laura Is
scarcely euphonius to French ears, and
she became Laura, and finally Loulou.
Jet Is Lulu's tallsmanlc stone. It Is
the symbol of sorrow, but according to
an old superstition. It will protect its
wearer from sorrow, since It has an
almost unique power among gems of
becoming a part of the very body and
soul If guarded with Jcnloug care. Fri
day Is Lulu's lucky day and 4 her
( by Whealer Syndicate. Inc.)
Mrs. Fred Dew it
(6 by UcClara aweper Syodicata
1 By H. IRDINQ KINQ
FALLING OUT OF BED
mUAT If a child does not fall out of
JL bed before tt is six months old it
will never be a bright and successful
person, but "will be a fool" ts a com
mon and widespread superstition. Ap
parently the superstition Is a survival
from the curious custom of simulated
rebirth practiced by the ancients and
found today among some savage tribes.
Also It lingers today In some remote
parts of Kurope. Among the Ureeks
the ceremony was practiced as a means
of adoption and any tJreek who was
supposed to he ilead and who turned
up alive had to undergo It before he
could aguln be reckoned as among liv
ing men. As a ceremony of adoption
It prevailed among the barbarians as
well as among the (Jreeks and such la
the use made of It today, In certain
European regions. ,
But there are Indications that the
ceremony was also In a nature of an
Initiatory rite and as such It survives
today among certain African tribes
where, until a young child has under
gone this simulated rebirth he -or she
Is not considered as being really
capable of taking part as a member of
the tribe, or of being Initiated luto
certain tribal mysteries. A study of
the ritual of these vurlous ceremonies
of simulated rebirth shows parts
which may be considered analogous to
a child falling out of bed. With re
gard to the supposed dead Greek and
with regard to adoption the reason for
the simulated rebirth Is easy to see.
Hut Just why the African child should
be Incapable of full development as a
member of the tribe until he has under
gone the rebirth ceremony, or the New
England child should not be expected
to amount to much unless he fallK out
of bed early In the game assuming
that we are right In regarding the at
ter superstition as a rebirth survival
It Is more difficult to Say. Possibly the
rebirth ceremony--or accident Is sup
posed, through sympathetic magic, to
add by a second birth to the physical
and mental powers given the child at
Its first birth.
( by itcClura Ntwef-eper Syndicate.
"Pa, how did those prehistoric mon
"I really can't remember that,
sonny. Ask your toother."
U You're a Young Woman
or Even in Middle Life
Hero Is Some Good Advice Tor You
Salem, Ores. -"While bringing
up my family I depended upon Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription to
keep up my strength. It was especi
ally beneficial to me during the Hy
ing mouths of expectancy, relieving
inc o( nausea and iiicting to my
nerves, and I do believe th.it I would
not have come thru tho critical time,
of life so easily ami comfortably a-
1 did had it not been for Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. I have given
the 'Prescription' to my daughters
also when they had need of a special
tonic and nervine and they baVQ
always been hcnclitcd and strength
cntd by its use. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is truly
woman's medicine that 1 take plea
sure in recommending." Mrs. Fred
Dcwilz, tiJ5 V Capitol St.
Stud 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
riots) in Buffalo. N. Y.. ior trial
pkg. Write for free advice.
For Home Talent.
First Charlady "They tell me tho
League o'NutioiiM Is a good thing, Mrs.
'Arris." Second Charlady--"Well, lot's
hope that they'll 'live none o' them fur
rinail In it!"- -Punch.
An Ear Full.
Dodd- "I notice that In telling about
that fish you caught you vary the size
tor different listeners." Uodd "Yes.
I never ti'll u man more than I think
he will bellevo."
Chinese Relish Their Ginkgo.
Pits of the ginkgo treo are roasted
by the Chinese, and being similar to
almonds, are served as a confection
or on appetizer at bainim-ls and dinners.
is nerdrd Inrvrry department tt houar-
keei'lna. Kqually sood Inr low
linen. ahecla and pillow caaea.
Business College Places Graduates In
Enroll snv tlinn of yi-nr. Write fur free
SUC04M entaloK Fourth and Yuiulilll.
P. N. U. No. 13, 1924