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YOU CAN EASILY LEARN TO FLY
and become a Pilot by taking the couree of Instruction we offer. The coet
but f HUO.OO ined to be Boo.OO end takea but ten weeka. For Information
addreaa. OREGON -WASHINGTON & IDAHO AIRPLANE CO.
214 6paldlng Bldg., Portland, Ore.
C EM E N T
HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING.
Buttonholing Buttons Plaiting Tucking and Cholnstltchlng
All Mull Orders given careful and prompt attention I
Elite Shop, 384 Morrison St. I
SAFE AND CENTRAL REASONABLE RATES
Excellent Cafe Special Weekly Hates Bus Meets All Trains
11th and Stark, Portland, Ore.
OnDTIHyn UinC 0, Unni
rUII I LNIIU IIIUL Of HUUb
101 UNION IVENUf NORTH. P0RTIAN0. OREQ0N,
Write for Prices and Shipping Tags
Grand Avenue at YamhiD
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Post, Return Postage Paid. Write for
Circulars anil Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
RUBBER STAMPS and MARKING
h oak iTRUTe eonwo. oflsaea
Expert advice on any
Income tax problems.
Several years' actual
nxnerience in Govern-
nnflBI rUOment Bureaus is offered
rnUDLClHO those unable to visit our
office. State your troubles briefly and
send in with $1 and we will give you hon
est to goodness advice. It will pay you to
get in touch with us now. E. J. Curtln,
Room 608 Lewis Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
Inn $1.00 iri up. 128 H. H St Null On
Very Centrally Located. Convenient to all
Depots, and one block from main Postoflke
Your on trouble and Piston trouble
yBCTwwill end wnen we install
E. C. LONG NON-EX-
For pleasure cars, trucks
' and tractors.
fcliijeJ HANSLMA1R Sl CRABB
1090 East Yamhill St., Portland
The Dalles Fruit & Produce Comp'y
Wholesale Dealers in
FANCY FRUITS and FARM PRODUCTS
161 Front Street, Portland, Oreion.
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
sntw 20 off until January, on all
tT?Si merchandise and glasses.
Bring this ad.
Clarke-Qrower Optloal Co.
112V4 Sixth St. Portland
BROOKE DRUG C0.'7I!r.Nr
CUT RATE MAIL ORDER DRUGGISTS.
Do you suffer from Asthma? If so, order
a bottle .
Langdale's Asthma Remedy
Sold under -Money Back Guarantee
DR. G. E. WATTS
212 Oreionian Balldlnl,
Female and Rectal Troubles and
ing and all other rectal
conditions except Cancer
permanently cured wlth-
..... a anrrlr.,1 AMffttlnil
My method of treatment
saves the tissue msieaa oi
destroying It. It Is pain
less, requires no anes-
e n .1 ia nArmanAnt.
There ia no confinement
with business or social engagements. I
guarantee a cure or will refund your fee.
Call or write for booklet. Mention this
paper when writing.
DR. C. J. DEAN
Second and Morrison Sta., Portland, Or.
orttno S cikamin
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PRINCE IS VENDER OF CARPETS
Loses Estate Through Soviet Opens
Store In Moscow Once
Moscow. Prince Teklnitzl Is a vend
er of the famous Teklnitzl type of
carpets in one of Moscow's co-operative
stores recently opened. He Is a prince
or "nan" in the neighborhood of Bok
hara, in Turkestan, whence come car
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
. Portland, Oregon
.' Complete Chang Bun. and Thure,
Matinee Dully. Twice Nightly
Saturday, Sunday, Holiday!, Cuntlnuoua
will make Kilos. Granaries, Basements, etc., W'ater-
Kroof, Rotproof, Katproof and Fireproof. I
leduaa Waterproofed White Portland Cement Is
the best for Stucco Plaster on outside for Bunga
lowsDoes not stain and dirt can be hosed off.
Write for Literature. Sold by '
A. McMILLAN A CO., 120 Union Ave. N, Portland
Yen WiU Feel
Rltht at Home Here
A reed place te Eat and Live Well.
Remarkable 40e luncheon at noon.
Open 1 a. m. te 2 a. m m Btark St.
Sixth street opposite The Oregonian and Al
der street opposite Meir & Frank's. The Best
Eating place in the City. The Finest Coffee
and Pastry a Specialty.
Pfl We Pay Highest Price, for
VUl HIDES, PELTS, WC
. Address Department B
406 Wash. St H. L. Day, Prop.
Chous Our Sueclaity.
day. upen 10 a. m. to i a. m
Write us for prices and market conditions on
Veal, Hogs, Poultry, Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc
Forty Years in the Same Location.
Fire Proof and Modern
PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Denot Morrison Cars direct to Hotel Ponular
Pricea. Center Shopping and Theater district.
FRANK A. CLARK, Prop.,
formerly with Clyde Hotel.
THERE'S ANOTHER DENT
Dents and blemishes on your car can be
removed and w are the boys to do It.
Why? Because we specialize in that kind
of work. Wo also repair radiators and
carry Liberty Radiator cores in stock. All
J. E. DURHAM, the Fender Man
SO North 11th St. Portland, Ore.
STOCK THAT GROWS
t .nest stock that can be raised at a price
you will like to pay. Write or call.
The Villa Nurseries
RFD No. 1, Montavllla Sta.. Portland, Or
Guaranteea Nursery Stock
We have got Just what you want. Call
or write for prices.
Russellvllle Nursery Co.
H. A. LEWIS, Prop.
Montavllla Sta., Portland, Oregon
. "A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
East Morrison St., at East Sixth, the
Principal East Side Hotel. 5 minutes from
Shopping District. Four blocks from 8. P.
East Side Station.
Fire Proof and Modern
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
A. E. Holcombe, Manager
Weekly Rates to Permanent Guests
'Sixth and Everett Streets, Three Blocks
from New Postofflce, Four Blocks from
Union Depot, Portland, Ore.
ALASKA PLUMBING A HEATING CO.
Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies. Pipe
Flttlngs.Jowest prices. 363 E. Morrison.
BRAZING, WELDING A CUTTING
Northwest Welding & Supply Co. 88 1st St
CLEANING AND DYEING
X9S$a, For reliable Cleaning and
ajPTufc Dyeing service send parcels to
H mei?Hu3, "e Day return postage.
BK'f4jp Information and prices given
WjEJplr upon request.
Xeiew' ENKE'S CITT DYE WORKS
CUT FLOWERS A FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 887 Morrison Bt
iARN MULTI GRAPHING
The Callan School, only recognised
school on the coast. Experienced opera
tors always in demand. 406 Artisans Bldg.
DANCING EVERY NOON A EVENINQ
Oriental Cafe. Chinese-American Kitchen
CornerJJrpadway and Wash. PORTLAND
DOORS AND WINDOWS
We can sell you Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Paint, Glass and Builders' Hardware
direct We are manufacturers. Write for
prices before buying.- Heacock Sash &
poor Co., ziz r'trat St., Portland.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th A Madison.
HARD WOOD FLOORING
Oak-Leaf Hardwood Floor Co., 231 E.
7th gt N. Floors electrio sanded.
Davis Bros., American Shoemakers,
ivb m ct.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Dr. W. N.
Alien ao rieidner Building.
hORSES. MULES BOUGHT. SOLD
U. S. STABLKS, 306 Union Ave. Draft
horses bought and sold.
Send us your inquiries for anything in
Iron or Woodworking Machinery, Logging,
Sawmill, Contractors' Equipment Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Kali,
Cauie, Belting, etc Burke Machinery Co.,
628 Railway Exchange Bldg., Portland, Or.
MFGS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAfNT
New roofs and repairing done.- Touag
and Woods. 1103 E. Caruthers 8t
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sta.
Otte Schumann Granite A Marble Worka
R PIPPC Repaired by experta
Ubm IiriJpipg ahop, 272 Wash.
Marry If Lonely; most successful "Home
Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential;
reliable; years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash,
Box 656, Oakland, California.
pets equal to those of Persia in qual
ity. He has fallen to his present low de
gree because of the Russians. First,
under the ruthless General Skobelev,
In 1881, the Russians defeated the
Tekke Turcomans and completed the
conquest of Turkestan, and this prince
was captured by the Russians. Now,
under the soviet -regime, be has lost
MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS
All makea. Easy terms
EAST SIDE MOTliHCYCLh) CO.
44-46 GKAND AVE.
PORTLAND SHOE REPAIRS, MAIL 'EM
Model Shoe Repair. 872 Washlne-ton Bt.
PRUNE TREESII PRUNE TREE8III
Before buying eluewhere see us. Columbia
Tursery Co., 14M) Union Ave., Portland.
RAZOR BLADES RESHARPENED
Single SUc, Double 85c. Rasors Ground
and Honed. Backlund & Son, lll8W.Fark
Safety Raior Man,""l46V47 id St., Portland?
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
We help the appearance of women.
Twenty-two Inch switch or transforma
tion, value S7.SU, price 12.45.
400 to 412 Dekum Bldg.
SCHOOL OF WELDING
Officially recognized by state and fed
eral board as The place to learn welding
all metals. Commercial School of Weld
ing, 611 East Grant, Cor. 11th, Portland.
TYPEWRITERS NEW OR REBUILT
Rebuilt TypewrlterCo., J04Oak Street.
VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty
Dr. ChaaM. Anderson, Kenton, Portland.
Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Placet
Lubllner Florists, 348 Morrison St.
Welter System of Suggestive Therapy
Dr. TWAyers, 715 LekurnBldg.
WHOLESALE AND' RETAIL TINWARE
Portland Tinware Mfg. Co., 47 First Bt
MORGAN IS DESIRABLE HORSE
Steady Increase In Weight and Height
f Animals Maintained at Gov.
(Prepared by the United States Department
There has been a steady increase in
the weights and heights of the horses
maintained In the stud at the United
States Morgan horse farm at Middle
bury, Vt, says a recent department
circular No. 199, "Breeding Morgan
Horses at the United States Morgan
Horse Farm." In 1911 the average
height of mature stallions was 14.3
hands and of mature mares 14.2
hands. By 1910 these figures had been
raised to 15 and 14.3, respectively, and
by this year to 15 and 14.3.
The average weight of mature stal
lions In 1911 was 1,025 pounds; In 1916,
1,040 pounds; and In 1921 It had been
Increased to 1,200. During the same
period the weights of mares went from
1,025 to 1,049 to 1,003 pounds.
At the same time, however, the oth
er qualities received Just as much con
sideration as size. A frequent objec
tion raised against the Morgan has
been that it Is too small, but the
steady Improvement in scale and
weight is making the modern Morgan
a handy and desirable horse for use
on farms, as pleasure saddle horses,
for police mounts, and for cavalry
purposes. It has good speed and ex
The government farm at Middle
bury was established to Insure preser
vation of the famous American breed,
and the stock at the farm is a foun
talnhead where good blood will al
ways be available. The circular Just
mentioned contains information con
cerning foundation animals, the story
of the movement to conserve the
breed, methods of breeding and man
agement, show-ring records and the
records made by Morgans In endur
ance contests held in recent years.
Since the early days of the breed up
to the present time the Morgan has
repeatedly demonstrated bis endur
ance, one of the most desirable quali
ties in any horse, particularly a light
horse. In this publication attention Is
called to the great reputation made by
The Morgan 8ialhon Scotland, Weight
1,150 Pounds; Height 15 Hands 2
Inches, Is Good Specimen of the
Modern, Larger Morgan.
the First Vermont cavalry in the Civil
war. This regiment was mounted on
Morgan horses, and official reports
made to the War department stated
that the horses stood the hardships of
the campaigns better than any others.
Also, their short, strong legs, round,
full-muscled bodies, and beautiful
beads called forth universal admira
The Morgan still has the endurance.
Castor, a Morgan gelding bred by the
United States Morgan horse farm,
made the second best time In the 800
mile endurance contest In 1910. He
carried 200 pounds and made the trip
in CI hours and IS minutes. The next
year he carried 245 pounds and fin
ished in 58 hours and 40 minutes, tak
ing seventh place. In the contest for
1921 he was fourth out of 17 entries,
carrying 245 pounds and making the
800 miles In 51 hours and 38 minutes.
This circular, which Is well illus
trated with halftone reproductions of
beautiful Morgans, may be obtained
free by addressing the Department of
his estates, where the carpets were
He was minister of foreign affairs
at Baku until the Azerbaijan republic
more than a year ago was converted
to communism by Moscow and became
a soviet republic. Then he was locked
up and shipped off last spring to Kol
mogori prison, near Archangel. Only
lately be was released.
And Some Do Neither.
Some people entertain Ideas, others
work them. Boston Transcript
Betsy Ann Hisle
Betsy Ann Hlsle has the distinction
of being the best Cupid In the "movies"
and Is usually seen In pictures with a
little pair of wings on her back. In
this picture she is working In one of
the big productlone being shown on
THE RIGHT THING
By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEB
WHEN TO READ.
What do you read? Shakespeare.
A YOUNG bride writes with the
r following comnlalnt: "My hus
bana's older brother, who is
making his home with us, Insists on
reading his morning paper at the
breakfast table. This Is annovlng to
me and I feel that it Is an act oi dis
courtesy to me. Although my hus
band himself does not do It he says it
Is nnlte all right for his brother to do
so. What do vou say about it?
It is so usual for our busy husbands
and fathers and brothers to read the
paper over their breakfast, often be
cause they feel that Is the only time
thev have to do so. that It would be
unfair to say that they are thereby
doing us an act of discourtesy. How
ever, I do agree with you that It Is
not very good manners, where one
does not have the excuse of reading
the paper because it is the only op
portunity to do so at breakfast then
It Is less Dardonable than otherwise.
If it Is quite clear that the reading Is
simply actuated by curiosity and lra-
rjatlence then there is even less ex
cuse for It. The fact is that with
many families mealtime Is the only
ODDortunlty for friendly leisurely In
tercourse and where one person
chooses to put a damper on that spirit
he Is acting in a decidedly unsocial
If a person breakfasts alone that Is
another matter. Then he may read
the paper for companionship. So In
a hotel restaurant when you occupy
a tnhle bv vourself you are not show
Ing bad manners; to do so though if
vou must eat at a table with other
persons even If they are strangers to
you. you are not showing very much
politeness if you prop the paper up
before you. The practice or paper
renrllnir has become so general at
breakfast time that there are little
metal paper props In the stores for
which there Is considerable demand,
making it possible for one to eat un
disturbed and have one's paper held at
a convenient angle before him.
There Is really no reason why one
should not read a paper In the car or
train though, of course, the courteous
mnn or woman will contrive to hold
the paper or magazine or book so that
it does not annoy his neighbors or
so that his elbows in holding it do
not trod them. It is extremely dis
courteous to read pRper or mngazlne
at a lecture, or any performance. If
this does not -actually embarrass
the eperformers it ' Is the kind of
thing that detracts rrom tne enjoy
ment of the other members of the
audience. And never, never read
when some one is talking to you. To
be sure, you may be able to attend to
what is being said to you ond sense
what you are reading at the
same time, but It is the sort of dis
courtesy that is almost never excus
A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kendrick Bangs.
OTOU Reader of this Rhyme
Are you running well on
Do you keep your rails all
For the Bpeclai trains of Cheert
Are your trains of 6ympathy
Running through from A to Z
With no side-tracks to delay
Progress o'er the right of way?
Are the switches wisely set
Lest you detour to Regret?
Do your schedules give good heed
To the shadowed Land of Need
And your Terminals today
Tell me, Brother, what are they?
Take 'Em Away.
Daughter Willis Papa, do you care
If I take singing lessons?
Papa WUUs Not if you take them
Pendleton, Members of the repub
lican party met here Saturday night at
a banquet sponsored by the county re
publican central committee and dis
cussed pre-election candidates and is
sues. Bend. Snow which started in the
night Saturday continued to full with
out interruption through the day In
Bend and the surrounding country, It
is the heaviest precipitation of the
Salem. The Oregon public service
commission has granted a reduction In
all classes of electrio rates affecting
patrons of the Molalla Electrio com
pany in the towns of Aurora, Barlow,
Butteville, Donald, Fargo and Wilson
vllle. Grants Pass. The peak of the In
fluenza epidemic has been reached,
according to Mrs. C. F. McLane, city
health officer, wno reported about 60
cases in Grants Pass at the present
time. There are also a few cases of
Salem. Because of purported losses
sustained by the Southern Pacific
company through the operation of the
Salem street-car lines, the manage
ment of the traction corporation Sat
urday sent to a committee of the city
council a letter suggesting legislation
which would tend to relieve the com
pany of a part of its present financial
Eugene. The Lane county tax rolls
have been officially turned over to
Sheriff Fred G. Stlckels but collecting
will not begin for about two weeks
A large force is at work writing re
ceipts and when this work is complet
ed collection of the first half oi the
taxes will begin.' The amount on the
1921 rolls is $1,505,759.23, as compared
with $1,474,625.58 for 1920.
Sclo. Students of the Sclo high
school Friday night quickly disposed
of $2000 worth of bonds, the proceeds
from which will be used for the erec
tion of a new gymnasium. The bonds
are entirely a student undertaking
and although they are not backed by
either city or school authorities they
were soon disposed of among the mer
chants and the townspeople.
Bend. Petitions asking that the
question of changing either to the
managerial or commission form of gov
ernment be placed on the ballot for a
local vote at the primaries, will be
circulated shortly, according to City
Councilman Baker. On Mr. Baker's
motion a special committee to investi
gate the desirability of such a change
was named at last council meeting
here by Mayor Gllson.
Hood River. A cash dividend which
will reach between $175,000 and $200,
000 will he paid growers this week, ac
cording to announcement made by the
Apple Growers' association. This will
bring the total of advances on sup
plies and distribution of cash to $1
380,000 on the 1921 crop. The total
D'Anjou pear crop returned $73,266
Charges of the association, Including
storage, reached 16 cents a box.
Salem. Four suits looking toward
the recovery by the state of approxi
mately 39,451 acres of so-called swamp
lands valued in excess of $4,000,000
were filed In the circuit court for
Lake county Saturday by the attorney-
general. A fifth suit, Involving lands
of similar character and the same
legal questions as are Bet" out in the
four preceding actions, will be filed
in the Lake county courts Monday, It
was announced at the attorney-gen
The DalleB. The local plant of The
Dalles-King's Food Products company
reopened Monday for a short run on
dehydration of apples. As soon as the
supply of apples is exhausted, it Is
planned to close the plant until March
15, when it will reopen on the dehy
dration of spinach. There is a good
crop of spinach this year, much of
which has been contracted for by the
local plant, C. C. Ross, the manager,
said. The greater part of Wasco coun
ty's spinach crop last year was de
stroyed by flood conditions.
Salem. Applications aggregating
19,522 had been filed with the world
war veterans' state aid commission up
to Saturday night by ex-service men
and women entitled to benefits under
the bonus law. The applications tor
loans on file in the offices of the com
mission represent $24,435,312. Of this
amount, $18,238,540 In real estate
loans are sought as soon as the com
mission can complete the necessary
red tape attending the transactions
Approximately $6,196,770 represents
deferred loans on real estate. The
commission has approved 3705 claims
submitted by ex-service men who seek
cash bonuses. These applications have
been certified to the secretary of state
for payment as soon as money is avail
able. These claims. It was said, ag
gregate $1,107,332, based on the length
of service of the applicants.
Is needed In every department of house- '1
keeping. Kquelly good (or low,1" -"hie m
linen, sheets end pillow ceiea, ' j
Armenia's Heritage of Song, j -Armenia
has a distinctly national
collection of songs, some of which
have come down from prehistoric
times. Through melodies transmitted
from parents to children great national
events and the heroes and .sagos of
centuries are familiar to each genera
tion, preserving in song a vast amount
of historical facts that otherwise would
have been lost.
Old Lovers Exchange Tokens.
The fashion for love tokens was at
Us height about the middle of the
eighteenth century, when engraved
tokens were exchanged between lov
ers. Some of these tokens were en
graved with initials, others had two
hearts Joined and a date, and many
were inscribed with mottoes.
Wanted Show to Begin.
I had taken my nephew to church
with me. His father had taken him
to vaudeville Bhows many times, but
this was his first visit to church.
While waiting for the sermon to begin,
Billy whispered to me, loudly: "Auntie,
when's the curtain going up?" Chi
Seed's Remarkable Vitality.
The lohgest known survival of any
seed is that of a certain Egyptian lily.
A dried seed pod kept in the South
Kensington museum, England, con
tained seed which was tested and
found to grow after 95 years.
Cement for China.
Delicate china may be mended by
using the following cement: mix rice
flour with cold water and allow it to
simmer over a fire until it becomes
thick. ,' (i
f.utleura for Sore Hands.
Unnlr hnniis on retlrinif in the hot suds
if Cuticura Soup, dry und rub lu Cu-
ticura. Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with tissue pnper. This Is
only one of the things Cuticura wlii do
if Sonp, Ointment and Talcum ure used
tor all toilet purposes. Adv.
Young Smoother was in a reflective
mood in one corner of the clubroom.
"When," he muttered to himself, "I
compare the one or two creditors I
have with the millions and millions of
persons to whom I owe nothing, I
wonder why in the world those chaps
make such a confounded noise about
This peculiar word is a term used
on the London stock exchange. A man
sells stocks which he does not possess,
promising delivery on a certain day.
If at settling time the stock has not
gone down to a point where he can
make a profit on the transaction, he
sometimes makes an arrangement
with the purchaser of the stock where
by delivery is deferred, paying for this
privilege an agreed amount of Interest
known as backwardation.
No Weather Really "Bad."
It was a wise man who contended
that there is no such thing as bad
weather there are only different
kinds of good weather. The hot days
and the stormy days, the rains, the
winds, the snows all have their pur
pose, and it is always a good purpose.
Franklin on Thrift.
A man may, if he knows not how
to save as he gets, keep his nose to
the grindstone all his life and die
not worth a groat at last. Benjamin
A Different Art.
The fact that a woman can roast
her neighbors is no evidence of her
capacity as a cook. Boston Transcript.
Women's Club In 1747.
A regularly organized women's club
existed in New York as early as 1747.
ftdilrM: OvUttrfcLboritrlH,Dtpt X, Mtifob.UiM.
7VR R"'' Refreshes, SoeiBts,
m.ais iccp yuur eye
Strong and Healthy. 19
they Tire, Smart, Itch, o
Burn, if Sore Irritated,
Inflamed or Granulated
mt Murine of ten.' Safe for Infant or Adult
t all DrugRists. Write for Free Eye Boos
terloe Eye Beaear Cemsaay, Chlcaao. II. S. ft
Are Yw Satisfied? gfiGr
Is the blcsest, meat perfectly equipped
Buelnew Training- Hchooi In tne North
west. Kit youreetf for a hlfher poeltion
with more money. Permanent foeitluni
aawured our Hraauatee.
Write for etk Jfvurtt and TamnlM,
P. N. U.
No. 8, 1922