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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1922)
DORTI AMh OFFERS A MARKET
rVbilkHHV FOR YOUR pnonnrr
VAUDEVILLE PHOTO-PLAYS ,
Complete Change Sun. and Thurs.
Matinee Daily. Twice Nightly
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, Continuous
YOU CAN EASILY LEARN TO FLY
and become a r-1tot by taking the course ot instruction we offer Th t
but I2l)0.u0-used to be J500.00 and takes but ten weeks For lnformaUm
addreJS. OREGON-WASHINGTON & IDAHO AIRPLANE CO U"0rmaUon
214 Spalding Bldg., Portland, Ore.
-Mail this Ad. and 49 cents to us and receive by pre
paid parcel post, a one pound box of our best assortment
of candies. SWETLAND'S, 269-271 Morrison, Portland.
JUf 1p V TT Q A wlli J""6.8"03.' Granaries, Basements, etc., Water
proof, Rotproof, Ratproof and Firenronf
Medusa Waternroofed Whit Pni-tiani r-Amanfr i
Inn hoa fni SJtnnnn U lnnr.
... itioici uii uuisiue ior )unra-
lows Does not stain and dirt can be hosed off.
Write for Literature. Bold by
A. MCMILLAN & CO., 120 Union Ave. N. Portland
HEMSTITCHING AND PI.EATINfi
Buttonholing - Buttons Plaiting - Tucking and Chalnstitching
All Mail Orders given careful and prompt attention
Elite Shop, 384 Morrison St,
BAB'S RESTAURANT tsusrA itr.? a
. , Open 7 . m, to 2 , m., 32fi Stark St.
We are in the market for Hides. Write for PrlceB and Shipping Tag's. Tan
nerB of Guaranteed "Columbia Oak" Harness Leather.
WEBER TANNING CO.
I L Cafeteria
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.
Page & Son
Now is the time to market
capons. We are pioneers and
largest handlers of these In
the Northwest. Write us.
PORTLAND HIDE & WOOL CO.
105 UNION MENU! NORTH, PORTLAND, QREQON
Write for Prices and Shipping Tags
We Pay Highest Prices for
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL, MOHAIR,
Address Department B
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sts.
Otto Schumann Granite ct Marble Work.
Marry If Lonely: most successful "Home
Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential;
reliable; years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club," Mr, Nash,
Box 556, Oakland, California.
PORTLAND SHOE REPAIRS, MAIL 'EM
Model Shoe Repair, 272 Washington SL
a PIPrrC Repaired by experts,
(aaaaaaaa rirdO piue Shop. 272 Wash.
PRUNE TREES!! PRUNE TREES!!!
Before buying elsewhere see us. Columbia
Kursery Co., 1490 Union Ave., Portland.
(Conducted by National Council of ttaa Boy
Scout a of America.)
OYEINO I J CkBANINS
Grand Avenue at Yamhill
j Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Post Return Pottage Paid, Write for
Circulars and Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
RUBBEP STAMPS and MARKING
Expe t advice on any
income tax problems.
m Several years' actual
experience in Govern
DDHDI CMQment Bureaus is offered
r II U D L C III 0 those unable to visit our
office. State your troubles briefly and
send in with Jl 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 806 Lewis Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
Riln $1.00 us is. K? ftk p,rtl" 1"
Very Centrally Locate Convenient to all
Depots, and one block from'lyiin Portoffice
Fire Proof and Modern
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
A. E. Holcombe, Manager
Weekly Rates to Permanent Guests
Sixth and Everett Streets, Three Blocks
from New Postoffice, Four Blocks from
Union Depot, Portland, Ore.
SHIP US YOUR WOOL
Wool cleaning and carding. Wool bats
and mattresses made to order. VVe do
custom carding. Write lor prices.
Crystal Springs Woolen Mills
Established In 1005.
Main Office and Factory,
.760 Umatilla Ave., Portland.
n PAMIMA AND DYEINQ
For reliable Cleaning ana
Dyeing service send parcels to
i us. We pay return postage.
I Information and prices given
ENKE'S C1TI UXJS wuao
Established 1890 roruano
USED TRUCK BARGAINS
1 to 5 ton GMC, Republics, Whites, etc.
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, Ine. .
Oregon Distributors for GMC Trucks
200 Second St., Cor. Taylor
Fire Proof and Modern
PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Depot Morrison Cars direct to Hotel. Popular
Priceg. Center Shopping and Theater district.
FRANK A. CLARK, Prop.,
formerly with Clyde Hotel.
STOCK THAT GROWS
1 .nest stock that can be raised at a pries
you will like to pay. Write or call.
The Villa Nurseries
RFD No. 1, Montavllla Sta., Portland, Or
Guaranteed Nursery Stock
We have got just what you want Call
or write for prices.
Russellville 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 S. P.
East Side Station.
The Personal "Writing
Machine. Weight 6 lbs.
Price J50.00. case included
Fold It Up Tile with You: Typewrite Airwhert,
OREGON TYPEWRITER CO.,
Other Makes from $10.00 Up.
94-A 6th St., Portland, Oregon.
Write for folder.
MOST POPULAR SCOUT BADGES
For the past Ave years the most pop
ular merit badges among scouts have
been those in public and personal
health, swimming, flrenianshlp and first
aid, though sometimes one and some
times another leads the list During
1921, public health was the most popu
lar, 7,4(33 scouts qualifying in that .sub
ject In the one year, whereas 7,825
qualified In personal health, 7,141 in
firemanshlp, 6,620 in swimming and 6,
837 In first aid. It is noteworthy that
every one of these five popular badges
are those on subjects which constitute
marked steps In the making of a
healthy, responsible and helpful citi
In spite of the greater stringency of
demands made by the national court
of honor in the cases of life-saving ap
plications, the number of medals
awarded during 1921 for conspicuous
service was greater than ever before,
totaling 147, against 92 of the past
year and 55 of the year before. Three
gold medals were awarded as follows :
Thomas H. Robinson, Camden, N. J.;
Howard Kate of Vlneland, N. J., and
Henry A. Skilton of Wilmington, Del.
Scout Robinson lost his life in saving
that of his friend.
Henceforth there will be only one
type of medal awarded by the national
court of honor in place of the three
grades of gold, silver and bronze hith
erto awarded. The new design, which
will be worked out in gold, was de
signed by Belinore Broune, artist, trav
eler and scout man.
BOY SCOUTS SIGNAL EXPERTS
We can show you how to turn your patentable
ideas into cash. Oregon Licensed Mechanical
Engineer. THOMAS BILY.EU, 202 Stevens
Building, Portland, Ore.
DR. G. E. WATTS
212 Oregonian Building.
Female and Rectal Troubles and
ing and all other rectal
conditions except Cancer
permanently cured with
out a surgical operation.
My method of treatment
saves the tissue Instead of
destroying It. It is pain
less, requires no anes
thetic and is permanent.
There is no confinement
-1, tO Den, no nun in mivi
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
oond and Morrison SU., Portland, Or.
Farm Implements New and second
hand, special prices. P. E. Ksbenshade,
360-366 E. Morrison St. East 91.
NothwestJWediig & Supply Co. 88 1st St
CUT FLOWERS VF LOR At. DF8IGNS
Clarks Bros., Florists. 817 Morrison BL
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 At
Door Co., 212 First St., Portland.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works. 7th Madison.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Dr. W. N.
Allen 830 Fleldner Building.
LndccG Mill Pfi RQUfiHT. SOLD
U. S. STABLKS, 365 Union Ave. Draft
horses bought and sold.
MFGS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roofs and repairing done. Tounf
and Woods. 1103 E. Caruthera St
Davis Bros., American Shoemakers,
108 4th St.
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
We help the appearance of women.
Twenty-two Inch switch or transforma
tion, value $7.60, price
IO 1 icnum jiui
VETERINARIAN Cattl a Specialty
Dr. Chas. M. Anderson, Kenton. Portland.
Wedding "Bouquets and Funaral Plecss
Lubllner Florists, 348 Morrison 8t
M8end,usJyour Inquiries for anything in
Iron or Woodworking Machinery, Lotglnr,
sawmill, Contractors' Equlpmept, Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushurs, Kail,
Caoie, Belting, etc. Burke Machinery Co.,
521 Railway Exchange Bldg., Portland, Or.
United States Veterans' Bureau
Assisting the disabled veteran ot the
northwest district to get a start on
his own land is to be the program
this spring and summer of the United
States Veterans' Bureau, according to
H. L. McCoy ot Seattle, head ot the
vocational training department ot the
bureau in the northwest. The "back
to the soil" aspirant will be furnished
expert farming advice and paid gov
ernment compensation, part of which
he may use as, payments on the land.
Bureau officials will assist the veter
ans in securing the land.
Announcement was made that Di
rector Charles R. Forbes of the Bureau
has refused to indorse a new organiza
tion named "The Committee of War
Risk Insurance Beneficiaries," pur
porting to promote congressional legls-
lation of benefit to former service
men and dependents holding govern
ment insurance. Director Forbes de
nied that the organization has any
connection with or sanction of the
government in its efforts to enroll in
surance beneficiaries throughout the
entire country. He stated that the
proposed plan of the new group to
convert war risk policies to cash value
would defeat the rights of alternate
beneficiaries. There are 30,000 vet
erans In this district holding war risk
There are now 252 blind service men
in vocational training under the ill
rection of the IT. S. Veterans' Bureau
it was stated.
Announcement was made by Man
ager .L. C. Jesseph that no person
eligible for vocational training shall
be inducted into training in home
study or evening course "simply to,
protect rights of eligibility."
During the anniversary week rally
conducted by Troop 3 of Macon, Ga.,
one of the interesting features was
the tower demonstration, In which
many of the member of the troop
GERMAN BOY SCOUTS
It Is reported that the German scout
organization, hitherto known as Der
Pfadflnderbund, has applied for affilia
tion with the International scout body
which will convene for the second con
ference In Paris next July. The only
question Involved will be whether or
not the German organization is will
ing to follow genuine scout lines as
practiced In the British empire, United
States and elsewhere rather than the
militaristic type which It originally
adopted. Lord Hampton, assistant
chief commissioner of the British
scout organization, says that If Ger
many can produce a genuine, sterling
scout there will probably be no ob
jection to his Joining his brothers at
the next Jamboree, .
EVA TANGUAY, who wlli appear at
the Hippodrome, Portland, week be
ginning April 8th.
Mute evidence that Marcus Loew is
sincere in his recent announcement
that Loew's Hippodrome, Portland
would be given stronger programs now
that the playhouse has assumed full
week schedules, is shown when Eva
Tanguay, known as "tne Man o'War of
Vaudeville," will fulfill a week's en
gagement there, starting Saturday,
On the heels of this startling an
nouncement the news is forthcoming
that Viola Dana, dainty Metro screen
star, will appear in person at the Hip
podrome the entire week starting April
16th, In conjunction with the showing
of her latest picture, Glass Houses.
Both Miss Tanguay and Miss Dana
appear in addition to the regular pro
grams, and Manager Ely adds to Mr.
Loew's news by stating that there will
be no advance in prices, despite the
unusual financial outlay Involved In
bringing the two stars to this city.
Miss Tanguay offers the most pre
tentious song cycle of her career and
her offering could almost be consld
ered a fashion revue due to the stun
ning new frocks and gowns she brings
GERMANY BUILDS SKYSCRAPER
City of Hamburg to Hava 16-Story
Building More Expected
Hamburg Germany. The first sky
scraper In Germany will soon le com
stnictcd in the old huslness section of
Hamburg.- It will be sixteen stories
high, topptng the highest building In
Oormsny ut this time by five stories.
,rrwtoct believe the construction
of tnls b'.lldlng will Institute the era
0; skyscmpeii In Germany, and ex
pect to see a number of similar build
ings go up within the next few years.
Unusual difficulties must be over
come. The city water plant is equipped
to furnish water to the eleventh
story, and this brought up the ques
tion of fire danger and Insurance,
as well as the probability of financial
loss in view of difficulties In renting
offices on the five higher floors.
Despite these dlflicultles the pro
moters have secured permission to
erect the - structure, "provided the
building does not destroy the nrchl
tectural symmetry" of the streets.
An electric barrage which charges
certain areas of water with electrodes
hits been devised to prevent fish from
entering Irrigation canals and ditches
and later perishing by thousands In
Lldell & Clarke, for many years es
tablUhed in the transportation busi
ness, with offices at 105 Third St
Portland, Oregon, were last month ap
pointed general agents for Oregon for
both the Scandinavian-American and
the Swedish-American Lines. These
two well-known steamship companies
are maintaining direct service be
tween New York and Scandinavian
ports with up-to-date passenger steam
ers, and make connections with all
parts of northern Europe. A large ex
cursion will leave Portland on the 2nd
of May to connect with the "Frederick
VIII" in New York May 9th. On the
3rd of June another excursion will
leave Portland to connect with the
S. S. "Drottningholm," sailing from
New York on the 10th of June.
Japanese Deft With Each Hand,
Japanese children are taught at an
early age to write and draw with both
hands, and to this fact has been as
cribed the superiority of Japanese art
In certain directions, especially in neat
Nth Degree In Something.
If some men were as fussy about
choosing a wife as they are in se
curing a manicurist the divorce courts
could knock oft a few weeks.
BOTH BEAR THE GOODYEAR NAME
Oneof the tires shown aboveis thefamous 30x3Vi
inch Goodyear All-Weather Tread Clincher.
By long wear, superior traction and freedom from
skidding, and low final cost, this tire has won
unquestioned leadership in its field.
Alongside it is illustrated its companion, the
30 x 3'2 inch Goodyear Cross Rib.
More than 5,000,000 of the Goodyear non-skid
tires have been sold in the last five years.
Built of the same high grade Arizona cotton
fabric that goes into the All -Weather Tread
Goodyear, with a long-wearing but differently de
signed tread, they have given remarkable service.
Their quality and serviceability have proved to
thousands of car owners the folly of buying
unknown and unguaranteed tires Of lower price.
Ask your Goodyear Service Station Dealer to
explain their advantages.
30x3'2 Cross Rib Fabric ... $10.95
30x3'2 All-Weather Fabric . 14.75
30x3Vi All-Weather Cord . . 18.00
30x 3V4 Heavy Tourist Tube . 2.80
30x32 Regular Tube .... 2.25
Manufacturer's tax (ra
Sea May Yet Yield Treasure.
Gold shipments which have gone
down are occupying the attention of
scores of marine experts today. Nu
merous devices have been patented
and many lives have been lost In at
tempts to salvage sunken treasure.
Among hundreds of others a rich re
ward awaits the man who can salvage
the treasure lost with the Lusltania.
Maudie on Papa.
Maudle's papa Is night editor on a
newspaper, a fact which Maudie appa
rently hasn't learned; for when some
one asked her a few days ago what
her father did for a . living, ' she re
plied: ''I div it up. I fink he's a
burglar, 'tause he's out all night."
We Wouldn't, You May.
At a Chicago clinic the other day a
lad's head was operated on to make
him a better boy. "Would you call
the gathering a weak-end party?" in
quires Alice. Boston Transcript.
Take Note of the Beautiful.
Love of the beautiful is a good
source of happiness. It is, therefore,
well to have a keen perception of
beauty and to take an interest in ev
erything that Is good and beautiful.
Bird Sanctuary for Gulls.
Natural history has many students
In Canada proper and the provinces.
The town of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia,
has recently purchased an Island in
its local Lake George as a bird sanc
tuary for great black-backed gullB.
Back to the Sources.
"You are under arrest," said the
cop. The vagrant sighed philosophi
cally. "The pinch of poverty," said
he. Detroit Free Press.
Mrs. F. G. Norman
A FRIEND IN NEED
A FRIEND INDEED
Writes Mrs. Hardee Regarding
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Los Angeles, Calif. "I must tell you
that I am a true friend to Lydia E. Pink-
ham s Vegetable
Compound. I have
taken it otr and on
for twenty years and
it has helped me
change from a deli
cate gin to a stout,
When 1 was married
I was Bick all the
time until I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. I was in bed
much of my time with pains and had to
have the doctor every month. One day
I found a little book in my yard in
Guthrie, Oklahoma, and I read it through
and got the medicine Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and took
eight bottles and used the Sanative
Wash. I at once began to get stronger.
I have got many women to take it just
by telling them what it has done for mo.
I have a young sister whom it has
helped in the same way it helped me.
I want yiu to know thi I am a 'friend
indeed, for you were a'Triend in need.' "
-Mrs. George Hardee, 1043 Byram
St., Los Angeles, California.
Let Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound be a "friend indeed " to you.
Boxing Gloves on Fighting Cocks.
An English farmer was recently
haTed into court and fined on the
charge of keeping a place for the pur
pose of cock fighting, but he made the
defense that the sport as indulged in
at his place was not an offonse within
the law, as the birds fought with box
ing gloves instead of spurs.
Early Discouragement Foolish.
I b'lleve in havln' a good time when
you start out to have it. If you git
knocked out of one plan, you want to
git yourself another right quick, be
fore yer spirits has a chance to full.
HAVE YOU A DAUGHTER?
Watch her Health!
Portland, Oreg. "When my
daughter was in high school and
away from home she was troubled
with functional disturbances and
pain, to the extent of almost hav
ing to give up her studies. When
nhe came home and I learned of
tier condition, I immediately began
giving her Dr. Pierce's Favorlts
Prescription combined with the
I'leaBant Pellets and In a short
time bar system became regulated
and her suffering ceased. I hope
this statement will help other girls
who have the same trouble my
daughter had." -Mrs F. O. Norman,
134 N. 16th St.
Get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pres
cription today from your neighbor
hood druggist, in tablets or liquid,
or write Dr. Pierce, President In
valids' Hotel In Buffalo, N. Y., for
free confidential, medical advice.
Enclose 10c if you desire a, trial
When a politician Is a little timid
about taking a position on a para
mount question, he says in an un
usually loud voice that tbo opposition
Is clouding the issue.
The Meanest Man.
A hotel-keeper has been found In
Missouri who IB so mean that when a
baby was born In one of his rooms he
immediately wrote Us name on tlio
register and began charging it for
room and board. Boston Transcript.
Is needed In every department of house
keeping. Equally good for towc' ble
linen, sheets end pillow cases.
Ar Van SalUfipn? BEHNKE-WALKER
rue leu oausHeoi business college
II ,th felnest, most perfectly equipped
nslnee Training Bchool In the North
west. Fit yourx-U for a hlfher position
wlut mora money. Permament podUona
assured eur OraduatM.
WrlUt Or aauUos; Fourtt and TamhlH,
P. N. U.
No. 14, 1922