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We want your eg- ahlpmenta. W. par caih. No dla
eount, prompt remittance. W. will pay the Up market
price the day your shipment arrives.
PAGE & RON, PORTLAND. ORE
O I g Mallory
Select Residential & Transient
ISth and Yamhill, Portland, Oregon.
Modem Fireproof American Plan
C. G. APPLEGATH
Lur.g, Throat, Liver.
1 New Location-262
Return Postage Paid
On Replated Articles
Auto Lamps and Spotlights Resilvered
OREGON PLATING CO.
ELECTRO PLATE ItS
174 Fa.t Oak, cor. Union Av... Portland. Or.
; . That Fit-None Better
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third SL
We Specialize In
Hides, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Casein,
Oregon Grape Root. Coat Skins, Horse Hair
Writ, for Shipping Tan. ft latest Price Llit
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
101 UNION mNUl SOUTH, PORTLAND, 0M00N.
lrnnrh at 1'ocatello. iiiano
BUY THE B:Sf liUivih COLLAR MADE
All long1 rye straw stuffed.
Insist on having; the collar
with the "Fish" label. If
your dealer doea nut handle
this brand collar, write to ua
P. 8HARKEY A 80N
83 Union Av., Portland, Ore.
AUTO PARTS FOR ALL CARS
At leas than H Price, Mail Hern promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co, "tlanu'";
Rwnoved without injury to the skin by Njr-Born
letilstury. Sample on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 610 Morgan Hid if.. Portland Greyon.
See Yellowstone and
These two wonderlands have been
reproduced In charming illustrations
by the Union Taclfic 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, who will forward them freely to
any address upon receipt of request.
Wriir HillKBORO CHEMICAL CO.
Gold and Silver Plating.
Rend us vour old Silverware, Reflectors
and Musical Instruments for reiIr and
resllverlng. Ve save you money. B. L.
Foole, 3S6!4 Washington St., l'oitland.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trad. In I weeks. Horns pay
while learning. Positions secured.
234 Burnelde, street. Port-
naths, sinks, toilets, bnslns. boilers,
pipe, valves and fittings. Prices reason-
bl8tandard Plumbing Heatlnq Co.
East lith and Morrison Sts. Portland. Or.
COT-rLOWEBS k rXORAL"T)E8IONS
Clark, bras.. Florists, 287 Murritna HI,
At lesst 5ncr of the resale value of a
U'.ed ttuck depends on the firm mak
ing the sule. .We believe that sutls-fl,-d
eti"'nies rnnke the bent sales
men. Our us'd trucks are worked
over accotdingly. Wt cnrl't afford to
ilf, oth.-rwiee, I you can t afford to
buy on nny o'her bals I he list be
low represents rt-al value:
1-ton fTievrolet, esaress body,
1-ton P.eo. Ilehts Stid starter $ 560
J-ton Kepithlic. A-l condition $ oco
2S-ton I'alr1"t. a bargain $1750
SU-ton Ktumlard, dump A hol't ,1100
W'rlte or come and see us. Cash or
Badley-Smith Motor Co.
21 North 9th St,
Nitrogen Wall Makes
T.nndon The lonj-nrcented explan-
atlon of the blucness of the sky as be-
lng due to the well understood action
of the sun's rnjs upon particle In the
atmosphere is -h:tl,er,s.'.l. according
to the Dully Muir CopenhageB cor
respondent, by Profess -t Vigard, of
Professor Vignrd claltns a discovery
ugKestlng that the Mm.phere or tne, . -art.li
outsit? jV J'l" '.r'!!un! l-,l,utl?--"
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
VAUDEVILLE PHOTO PLAYS
Complet. Chang. S.turdaj. Adults. W.ek
day Matinee, 2oe; KTeaiBgl, 4Uc. Contieu
1 to 11 p. m. Children 10 rutin ill time.
Portland's Oldest FUR House
Remodeling, Repairing. Storage.
129 Tenth Street, nar Waihini ten.
Expert examination free Ail work guaranteed. Ken
It'le prices. We specialize in Complete Overhauling and
Cylinder grinding. ,
ANDERSON ft MAYER GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP
MovHd to New Larger Gnrage, 8th and Hoyt. Portland
iROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
If taken in time, nrevent operations for Diabetes. Catarrh. Asthma.
Kidney. Rheumatism, blood. Stomach and all
f niHlr dinorders. Bladder Troubles.
I The C. Gee Wo Remedies are harmles. as no dm as or notson are used.
J Composed of the choicest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark, im
I ourtcU by us from iar away oriental countries.
Call or Write (or Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
Alder St., S. W. Cor. Third, Portland, Oregon
Kstab iBhed 23 Years in Portland.
Cut, seam, hem and machine
pleat skirts ready for band.
Haniatitc bin? nicntintr an ft
EASTERN KOVELTt MFG. CO.
85 H Fifth Hi.
Hem.Uu-hing. Button. Covered.
UBM Tenth St., Portland
Sanitary B.auty Parlors W. fit yo ip,
w. mak. all kind, of Hair Oootl. of your
combing.. Join our Sc hool of n.autT Oultnra.
400 to 414 Dckum Bldg, PUon. Broadway
6002, Portland, Oregon.
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines taught and repaired.
Yamhill, Portland, Ure.
Hebullt second hand bntterles, ,10.00.
Rm7.tMa WET.niNO nrJTTINO
Northweit Welding Supply Co., 88 l.t St.
riMPRA ANH KODAK REPAIRING
Adolph UUarr, Ablngton lilg., Portland.
r.nmnl,t, I in Rnttl.ra SoDOIlea
Portland Heveiage at Sply Co., 431 Stark
Farmers' Covote Trapping Correspond
ence Course. Complete, reliable, reason-
able. l-'rce Plans. Iiifallllile Scent.
Trappers' School, Boise, Idaho.
FEATHERS AND FLOWKNS
Do not throw away your old feathers. We clean
dv. and remorinl and match aamtlle.. New Flow
era and Feathers made to order, IM year, estab
lished. We ifiiarantw all work. Hartnea. Keath-
er ft Flower Shop, ;lxtWi Washington St.
Unltype machine, first class shape, used
short time. 460 His. 10 point type worth
I12M.IH) will sacrifice for 15o.ito, terms
to suit. American Type Foundry, l'urt'
WABASH, Rooms UK. 204 MsrilsonJIt.
Just arrived, two carloads of horses. TTnve
150 to choose from, ranging In weight
from 13oo to lfW'O pounds, and riom rour
years old up. These horses are for rent,
ale or exrhnnire. We tnke In cattle.
horses and mules. North Portlsnd Horse
& Mule Co., North Portlsnd, Ors. Phont
NEWSPAPER MEN LOOK AT THIS"
l.lve county weekly modem equipment
electrically operated. Near lurgpnt towns
on lower Columbia Hlver. Ill health coin
pels owner to sacrifice. Wlil sell 2-slory
building 40x7(1 7 Hying 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 T'. cJ. National Hunk., Bldg.,
ONION SEED FOR SALE
Oregon Half-Clobe yellow Panver onion
seed for sale by grower. C. L. Johnston,
Made to measure, 4C7 Washington St.
lf you are troubled with Apnendlrltli
ne Rtnmarh Trouble, write Ills Company.
Portland, igon, for free Information tn
German or r.ngnsn.
BANKERS' AND BROKERS' SALE.
OF USED TRUCKS
Wa have taken aver the following truck
from the Portland Motor Car eomjwtny
and Automotive nrnkerage company,
which must be sold at once In onJunc-
tlnn with the banks trucks. Puckanls,
Nash. Republic. Masters, deary. Whit
Wlnther. Kissel. Federal, bodge delivery,
Comet nnd other makes. All sites, In
cluding dumps and hoists. Terms to suit,
CHAPERON MOTOR CAR CO.
Cor. Grand Ave. and Salmon, Portland
SAVED ON P.UII.rilNO MATEKI-
I.S. all kinds, new and ujei. Atno
umblng sui-piles, hsrdware. mug.
naner. paints, varn sh. Write
call. Dolan Wrecking A Const. Co,
East Sth and B.lmont, Portland.
Lvaaoiis given tinig none, !5 lintl at.
" Miller Paint Co.-Wallpaper
TV's Invite you to call and ltope t our
ni of vall Papers and mints or set
for our free catalog. Select what you
want from our litis and save money.
17J First St., Portland, ote.
oi rATINfl. HEMSTITCHING. BUT
TONS. SCOLLOPING, PEARL-PICiOT
EDGE WIDE HFWSTITCHINQ
r.MBROIDERV BUTTON HOLES
All work gnarnn'eed
Smith Plestlno snd Button Works,
S21 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Or..
rl r AN1MG AND DYCINC
j&K For re'LDi. Clesntnr snd Dye-
in servlc. send psrcels to ua
3H W". pay retain poiteg,- Inform.
nvfLI ation sad pries, given upon
tiaSr ENKE S CITY DYK WORKS.
F.atabnshed ISM. Portland. Or.
GOING TO BUILD?
We hare hunrlreH of plant at 110.00 nd up. Snd
am ktch of th hom ru wnt and wilt iut-
mtt dtnilar iptrf mn plant. No obiigmtion icf t
W raturo pUuit If not tuitabw.
O. M. AKER3
Dsslgnlnf as. Drafting, tll-ll Ceush Bslldlag.
Sky Blue, Sayt Professor
up as If In a balloon, whose wall cn
gists of a solid mass of crystalline par
tlclet of nltrogea It It this, he sitys
w,ic), gve, the sky Its Hue color, and
it also account for several other
tihetioKiena, Including the fact tha
radio waves follow the contour of the
eattb Instead of flying from It at a tan
A losti.e- UieiDselve la tu
33 Japanese Pongee 2. M. M. 79
Kafoury Bros., Alder St.
Meat Market In established Industrial
locution. Modern equipment including
complete cold storage plant. Illness corn
pells owner to sacrifice. Terms consider
ed to right party. Address J. J p., 3S8
r-essendt?t. Street. Poillund.
Set of HQ.OO
We guarantee material
Painless extraction of
tMith. 50c. 20 years in
the same location. U. S. DENTISTS, 24V Wash
ington cor. Second. Portland, Oregon,
Save On Your
Pipe, n.w nd secondhand, black nd gal
vanized, bony and hop w!r, galvanised
barbed wire, farm toola, drag aws, black-
nothing toon ana supplies.
ALASKA JUNK CO.
GET OUR PRICES
201 Front St. Portland, Ore.
Phone Tabor 3039 47th and E. D-vls Street
To farmers and others: We are buyors
of large or small quantities of poultry,
lliffheut market prices paid, i
mailed same day aa shipment arrlvts.
No Commission Deducted.
Iteferenc.s, West Coast National Bank.
Kill 1,200 Crows
Million. K in. am u result of two
nights' hunting Uenrge Chirk, Ired
Spencer and Kay Uillett of Milton and
Summit townships marketed wun tne
county clerk of .Marlon county l.uo
row heuds ami received a check from
tha county for $1-0.
"Pasteur," a piny hy M. Sncha
Gultry, which deals with Uie lire or
the great French bacteriologist, lias
already been produced in London.
Makes New Auto Fuel
Mulhelm. Frans Fischer, a local
rhemlst. has succeeded tn producing a
benzine-like fluid from coal "ga that
1 reported to be satisfactory for use
In motor cars, lie baa sold Ms patent
to the Austrian government.
Turkeys for Export
The Italians breed turkey by the
thousands, but they are Intended chief
ly for export, very few being eaten In
Wine Thirty Year Old
Troy. O. Two gallon of wine, one
of bluckherry and another of grape,
estimated to be about 80 year old.
were found In an abandoned and all
but forgotten cellar near the home of
stlce Cyrus McCordy hy city wuter
department employee. Justice Me-
Ctin'v. a wheel-chair Invalid, turned
the ind over to Sheriff Montgomery
Justice renders to every one hi due.
Talcum Kill Bab.
Owosso. Mich. Inhaling talcnm
nowder cnnsetl the death of the ten
1 . . tit T tll-t.A.
iionths-oia e''"u UI 'cin-
fi-eenvllle, at the home of Jesse I.ee
of Klsle. The child was playing with
cun of the powder.
Huston, Tex. When the refused to
accept his attentions, Louise Floiiuet,
pretty divorcee, w:is shot and killed hy
(ieorite Vexonet, a French aviator.
The Frenchman then commltteed sui
Priceless Gems Taken
From Statues in Church
Ovletln, Spain. Thieves broke Into
the bishop's pnliice and ciirrieu away
the lewels of the win or utvuiionun.
w-Hcli were a Rift from the Asturluns
i America In WIS. The crowns of
both the virgin nnd the child, which
were udorncd with 8,040 precious
stoues, were stmeo.
It's a pr love letter that can't cre
ate a sensation when read In court.
Tikhon Accepts Old Calendar.
Moscow. After correspondence Ith
church olliciiilf, In Constantinople anil
Athens, An lililsl.op Tikhon bus Is
sued a iri'litiiiullon 'accepting tiie
tjreiiorlmi rnloucliir, which was adopt
ed by the civil nuihorllie of Itussia
several months ngo.
"Movie" Imitator Hangs Himsslf.
Chicago.--Frederick Hoach acciden
tally hanged himself wllh a necktie In
the tittle of his homo while Imitating
a s.-ciie In n "Wild West."
I'eniiut flour Is slightly uperlor t
meat a a growth producer, experi
ment on rat Indicate,
Shepherd's Harvest Time
At lauiliing time l the shepherd's
harvest and no troubl should be
spared st tills season In getting the
biggest percentage of living lambs,
thriftily growing, ind the mother's
condition such as to keep the young
families doing well from the jump. It
may be mutter of deepest mystery
to the beginner with sheep to go to
his sheep lot some morning end find
half dozen new lambs, some large
snd others smaller, with apparently
no mother to claim the moat of thm.
A GIRL AND A P1UXCE
ONCE upon a time there wns a peas
ant c-lrl who wns so beautiful that
a prince fell In love with her. Kvery
day he rode by the place where she
was tending her father's gouts and ut
last he told her who he wag and asked
her to become his wife.
"Oh, but I could never marry a
prince." said the pretty girl, whose
name was NItn. "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 you,'' said the prince. "I shall
uiurry no one but you."
"No, thift would never do," said
Nltti. "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 salt!, with
a toss of her pretty head.
"lou cannot plough a field or make
a harness or take care of the gouts
"You Are Not Good Enough for Me."
or milk the cdws. No, you won't do
Zor 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 fust over the rouglr stones
be could not follow, and home he went,
a very snd prince Indeed.
"Whnt is the matter with you?"
asked his father that night as the
prince, with hanging head, refused to
eat his supper.
"I am wishing I were good enough to
many N'ltu," replied the sad prince.
"Nlta!" exclaimed the king and the
flueen. who had never heard of the
"Who In the world la Nlta?" asked
"She 1 a peasant girl and she know
bow to tuke care of goats and I don't.
By MILDRED MARSHALL
Facta about yens roM I It. Klateeri
UHBfi wb.se It wa. derived; ait
afteABcet rear kicks der, lucky Jewel
RECENT discussion of Iretta sug
gest Lulu as an Interesting
parallel study. Lulu Is also the result
of modern spelling. Its correct form
1 Loulou, a version which originated,
and Is still a fuvorlltt In France.
Its popularity Is attributed to the
Provencal Lora de Sades, beloved of
Petrarch, whose gtory Is considered
on of the world's greatest romances.
Sh I the lady whose praises are sung
by the great Italian poet lu his "Itlme"
or sonnets. She Is Montllied with Lora
de Noves, an Avignonese luily who
died of the plague In i:il, und who
wa already married to Hughe de
Sade In 11117 when Petrarch Is laid
to have first seen her.
The romantic nature of the French
caused the nnme of tho lovely heroine
to find extraordinary vogue In that
country. However, lAirn or Laura la
scarcely euphonlu to French ears, and
she became Laura, and finally Loulou.
Jet Is Lulu's tullsniunlc slotie. 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 gti-irded with jeulou care. Fri
day I Lulu's lucky day and 4 ber
t by Whe.l.r Syndtcat.. I no )
( r UcCIW. Sy.aie.t.
and she won't marry me," replied the
prince. "I am not good enough for
her. She said so."
feasant girl indeed I" suld the
queen. "She would marry you soon
enough if we should penult such a
thing." Then, because she was a wom
an, the queen wanted to know what
was lacking In her son that this 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 done, that a
good master must know bow to rule
his servants, and that I did not know
anything at all," the prince replied.
"She has some sense," said the king.
"That ound sensible, and I should
like to know why It Is that you don't
know how to do something A son of
mine ought to be able to do anything.
Tou 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 nblo to do everything.
It Is yours, lire, he resembles, and not
mine. Can you make a harness, on,
"Of course I can't," replied the
prince. "I don't know how to do any
thing. No one has ever ttiught me. I
am not good enough to be the husband
of the peasant girl."
"A son of mine should be fitted to
become the husband of any one, cried
tho king. "Go to work and learn how
to do all these tilings."
It did not tnke the prince long to
learn, and one day he proudly showed
to the king nnd queen harness he had
made, and then one day he asked them
to look at a field ho had plowed.
"We will find the peasant girl now,"
said the queen, who had not forgotten
he had spurned her son for a husband.
"We will show her our son can do any
thing her people can do."
So they found Nlta and showed her
the harness and the Held the prince
bad plowed, and the praise which
Nlta gave the prince for his work quite
won the hearts of the king and queen.
When they found thut their on
wa 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 hi son
had become such good and sensible
man, all that was needed was a prin
cess quite na sensible, and he for one
gav bl consent to the marriage.
The queen, not to be outdone, gave
her, and tnat night the merry-making
In honor of the wedding of the prince
and the peasant girl made the welkin
by McClur. N.wapapar Syndicate)
I B H. IRUINQ KtNQ
FALLING OUT OF lU'D
THAT If a child doe not full out of
bed before It Is six months old It
will never be a bright and successful
person, but "will be a fool" Is a com
mon and widespread superstition. Ap
parently the superstition Is a survlvnl
from the curious custom of simulated
rebirth practiced by the amionla and
found today among some savage tribe.
Also It linger today In some remote
part of Furnpe. Among t lie (Jreek
the ceremony una practiced us a means
of adoption nnd any tlreek who wua
supposed to he dead and who turned
up alive hud to undergo It before he
could Bguln he reckoned a among liv
ing men. As a ceremony of adoption
It prevailed among tka barbarians as
well sa among the Ureeks and such Is
the use mudo of It today, lu certain
Hut there are Indication that the
ceremony was ulso In a nulure of an
Initiatory rile nnd a such It survives
today among certain African tribes
where, until a )oung child baa under
gone this simulated rebirth he or she
Is not considered as being really
capable of taking part as meiiilier of
the tribe, or of being Initiated Into
certain trlhul mysteries. A study of
the ritual of these various ceremonies
of simulated rebirth show purls
which may be coritldcred analogous to
a child fulling out of bed. With re
giird 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 Iiicapnble of full velopment as a
member of the lribe uulll he bus under
gone the rebirth ceremony, or the New
England child should not be expected
to amount to much unless he falls out
of bed early In the game assuming
that we are right In regarding the ha
ter superstition us s rebirth survival
It Is more dlfllcult to Suy. Possibly the
rebirth ceremony or accident Ig gup.
posed, through sympathetic magic, to
add by a second birth to the physical
and mental powers ven the child it
It first birth.
t AfnOur. Ntwapapsr Bradlcat.4
"Pa, how did those prehistoric mon
"I really can't remember that,
sonny. Ask your mother."
sAJtzr every meal
weet and a
next cigar ir-1
Solarlan to be Shipped.
Vancouver, Wash. G. W. Mlukler,
Inventor of tho solurian, an Instru
ment that ho believes will revolution
ize the study of the earth's movements,
received a letter from Olierlln collego,
Ohio, asking him to ship his model as
soon ns possllilo unit Inclosing a check
to cover costs of getting out a pam
phlet describing tho solurian.
Mr. Minkler studied the earth movo
ment fur years and worked out his In
vention in loss than a month. After
several attempts to form a company
to manufacture tho Instrument ho de
cided to turn his patent rights over
to Oborlln colle'go with tho under
standing that tho solarlan Is to he
manufactured in sufflctunt quantities
to supply tho demand, Tho Instru
ment will bo moderately priced and
should bo In every high school and
t'oltcgo where an earth gloho Is used,
Mr. Minkler stated.
Mr. Minkler was a student nt Ober
lin collego from 1SCU to 1SCS uud was
a member of tho Lincoln Wldoawukcs,
who worked to elect Lincoln presi
dent. 11 is 73 years old and has
lived In Vancouver for "5 years. The
solurian model will bo shipped next
week, ho said.
Mrs. Fr;d Dcwitz
i You're a Young Woman
or Even in Middle Life
Here Is Some Good Advice For You
Salem, Oreg. "While bringing
up my family I depended upon Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription to
keep up my Mrciictli. It was especi
ally benclicial In me during the try
iiil,' months of expectancy, rebcviiiK
mc of luniM-a and (iiicliug tn niv
nt-rves, and I do believe that I wnul.1
nut have ciuiie thru the critical time
t.f bit- mi ci-oly and ccuniiuiably as
I did had it nut been fur l r. Pierce's
Favorite Piest i iption. 1 have given
the Trcrriptit.ir tn lov daughter.
aim w hen tin y had need of 3 special
tonic and nervine and tiny h.ivi:
iilwajs been licm litcd ami nlrcnglli
incd liv in UM-. IK. I'ictcc'i
lavKiilc Prescription it truly a
woman's tin-dicine that I lake pica
Hire mi reeniiniicnilimt." Mrs. rrcd
Dew it, '-'' N. C.ii-il.d St.
Send I lie In l)i. I'icicr'b Invalids
I Mel in liiilfalu, N. V., for trial
I -1. jr. Write . r ficc advice,
For Home Talent.
First. Charlady -"They tell me tho
League o'N'allotiH Is a good Ihlng, Mrs.
'Arris." Sot und Charlady -"Well, let's
hope that they'll 'live none ' tl i fur-
Honrs In H !"- Punch.
An Ear Full.
Dodd "I notice Unit lu telling about
Ihnl li-di you caught you vary I ho also
for ililferetit 11:1, niT-i." ltodd "Ves.
I never tell a loan mnro than I think
ho will believe."
Chinese Relish Their Ginkgo.
PIIh of tho ginkgo treo are roasted
by the Chlni Ho, Mini being similar to
aliimml'i, aro served as u confection
or an appetizer at bamiimis unci din
ners. Bu.ln... College Place. Qraduate. In
Unroll any time of year. W'lt. for fres
uec.ss catalog. Fuuith sail Yamhill.
P. N. U.
No. 13, 1924
p 1 1 it
M la needed In .vet yilepsronentolhouae- M
M keeping. Mually eooil lor tow, ' '.Wl 9
linen. theel. and pillowcae. g