1 ITE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, 3IARC1T 2,2, 1914. 7
13000 Verdict Given. John Kraw
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF chuk was allowed S3000 damages yes
terday by a jury in Judge Morrow's BIG FETE PROMISED
OREGONIAN TELEPHOXE8. court for injuries sustained when he
collided with an Alien &. Lewis auto
and Vaughn DIAMONDS The
Managing Editor Main 7070. A 8095 mobile at Twenty-thir- d
City Editor . .T Main 7070. A 00o streets last July. The machine was EVERT WOMAN LOVES A JEWEL
Sunday Editor" Main
7070. A 06
beiner driven bv W. F. Greer, an em'
Every boy, girl, youth and man has at some
City Circulation 7U7U.
ploye of the defendant company, and
A HO5 was eoinsr about 25 miles an Hour, Water Carnival h Scheduled time admired a diamond.
Superintendent Building ...Main 7070, A fi0t)5 Krawchuk charged in his complaint.
for Eight Days. They carry with them an air of prosperity,
fined by Attorneys Wheelock & 'Wii
AMUSEMENTS. llama and Liltlefield & Smith. Kraw in fact they are like a gold bond.
chuk asked for 825,000. Krawchuk com- A Good Diamond will draw better interest
(Eleventh and Morrl
son) Portland Symphony Orchestra. This
plained that his leg was broken in than money in the bank, besides the pleas-
afternoon at 3. Dr. Eddy's spiritualistic three places, his head and ear injured
seance. Tonight at 8:15. and his hearing impaired. ure one has in wearing it. BALL-BEARIN- G
Indiana Minister Accepts Call. PRESS CLUB IS SPONSOR
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morri- Our Special Value IQO Diamond Ripg
son) Baker players in "The Ghost Break-
ers." This afternoon at 2:15 and tonight
Rev. H. M. Hall, of Franklin,
who was recently given a call to be1
come pastor of the First Christian
is certainly a bargain worthy of considera-
LYRIC THEATER (Fourth and Stark) Church of Portland, has accepted and tion.
Musical comedy, "The Military Maids."
. This afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 7:30 will assume his new duties early in Twenty-Fiv-e Different Attractions
ana v o cioca. April. Rev. Mr. Hall is a graduate of Engaged for Delectation of Spec- If you want something larger and finer, we
VAUDEVILLE THEATERS. Transylvania University, Lexington, have them at $200, $300, $500, $700, $1000
0RPHEUM (Broadway and Taylor) This Ky.; also Butler University, Indianap tators and Committees and up.
afternoon at z:io ana tonight at 8:10. olis, and received his degrees at xaie.
PANTAOES (Broadway and Alder) This He has held pastorates in some of the to Manage Named. Ask to see our special diamond lings at
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 7:30
Important cities of the East and is re $25.00, $37.50, $50.00, $75.00.
puted to, be a man ot power in me
(Broadway and Yamhill) This
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at !:
MOyiNO PICTURE THEATERS.
Rausorv to Ba Returned. Requisi
tion papers for the return of J. E.
For eight days, commencing April 4
Oregon street from Second to Third,
PEOPLES West Park and Alder. Samborn, under arrest in San Fran-Cisc- o, will be the Mecca for all amusement Bet. 3d and 4th 266 Morrison Street
MAJESTIC Park and Washington. charged with passing worthless seekers, when the Portland Press Club
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington. checks, were prepared yesterday by will produce the big water carnival.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington. Deputy District Attorney Ryan, and
NEW STAR Park and Washington. will be forwarded to uovernor west
Twenty-fiv- e different selected attrac-
ARCADE Washington, near Broadway. for his approval. Six checks issued, tions will entertain visitors day and
it is said, by Samborn on a San Diego night during this engagement, and the
bank, were returned with a memoran- grand opening one week from next Sat-
Ladies' Atjxiliabt to Meet. The dum that the maker's account had been urday will be announced by a fine btrs have planned an inteicsting series priating 160,000 to survey all the public
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Sellwood T. M. closed several months. The six checks street parade that morning. This fes- of lectures that are instructive and en- lands in Malheur County. At present
' C. A. will meet at the association rooms on which complaints have been made tival of fun will offer a prodigal tertaining. They pertain to garden- when this land is entered the cost of
next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 total about 875, all having been issued wealth of entertainment at the lowest ing, which is indeed an art. A lecture the survey is borne by the settler, and
o'clock. After a short business session to downtown business nouses. possible prices, where everybody's of this spries will
eagerly-anticipat- ed it is to relieve homesteaders that Sen
the following programme will be Baby Beef From Smith's Own Ranch. money will do its duty. be given on Friday afternoon at the ator Chamberlain wants the surveys
given: Piano solo, "A Flat Ballade," It is all grain fed. Two young men of genius, inventive Library at 2:30 o'clock by Professor made by the Government
(Chopin), Miss Ethel Edick; vocal solo, Choice Steaks, IScRoasts, fancy, 12o. ability and progressive methods have Arthur L Peck, of Corvallis. "Differ-
"Resignation," (Katherine Barry). Mrs. to 20c Lamo unops, luc. revolutionized the old street fair car- ent Styles of Gardens" will be the CARD OF THA.VKS,
Pauline Miller Chapman; address. Beef to boil. 10c Shoulder Lamb, lie. nival Into a modern praiseworthy ex- theme and there will be charming n stere-optico-
"What the Municipal Bureau Is Doing hibit of the world at your door. This We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks
for Girls," Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin, super, Leg Lamb, 15o. Roast veal, 15c. evolution was not accomplished over illustrations to add to the to the many friends for their sincere
intendent Municipal Bureau for Pro- Roast Pork. 124c Fancy Bacon, 20c. night not in a day or month, for both attraction of the afternoon. All mem- kindness in our sad bereavement; also
tection of Girls; vocal solo, ''Time's
Roses," (Caro Homo), Mrs. Chapman;
Veal Cutlets. 18c Picnic Hams, lVAe.
Hams, 18c Butter, Z6c
Egg, Oregon, 20c Clams. 10c doz.
William H. Rice and Harry Dore have
been working many years.
bers of the society and their friends
will be welcomed.
for the many floral tributes.
MR. ALEXANDER MATSOJT
THE KING OF LAWN MOWERS
piano solo, "Dance of the Elves," Halibut, 8c. These young producers of meritorious The g and wearing qualities of
(Krieger), Miss Edick. Mrs. K M. Special for the week. Corn Beef 10c outdoor entertainment have ever etrived CARD OP TH.4XKS.
Huff and Mrs. H. C. Hendee are mem- for the highest pinnacle in carnival the Great American Lawn Jlower has made
bers of the reception committee. A These are Smith's prices every day in realizing the fact that the final CAMPUS DAY IS FIXED Mrs. J. R. Keef and family wish to it a host of frienda.
social hour will follow the programme. the week at 228 Alder street. Adv. verdict is gtven by the paying 'public. thank the kind friends of the neighbor-
Reed College Man to Speak. "So hood for their noble work in saving her It shears the grass like a razor and leaves
A Little Land and a Lrvrsa. One
cialist Party Political Demands" is the
It has every
always been their motto to see nome irom tne lire tnat Drone out i nurs-da- y
of the most practical plans of land that patron's money does its afternoon. MaTch 19. 1914. Adv. the lawn looking like a carpet of green
development Is now under way In the subject for discussion at 227 Yamhill duty, for in these times of stress and ALL REED COLLEGE PEOPLE TO
Powell Valley on the Mount Hood street Sunday March 23, at 3 P. M. The high cost of everything they have velvet.
Electric line, east of Greeham. A speakers are the Reed College instruc proved that honest clean methods, and PUT IX DAY'S WORK.
large tract of very productive land has tor in social science. Professor Wood, Interesting shows are appreciated by It makes grass cutting a pleasure instead
been divided Into small farms about C W. Barzee and W. J. Smith. Pro the amusement class, for each year Thlrteesj Committees Kuned to Carry 'of hard work.
portional representation and the abol- their surplus capital has been rein-
the size of a large city block, and neat
little homes built all complete with ition of the State Senate will receive vested in improvements and inventions on Work of Beautifying Gronnda. LEOPOLD DESKS See the Great American before you buy.
every convenience, where a family can special attention. Written questions to increase the worth of their enter-
move in make a living: from the land are in order. prise. This season every endeavor has Celebration to Be Held at Night. In addition to the Great American we are
and buy the whole "farm" for $15 per Sandy Has New Paper. The Sandy been made to surpass all former ef- bhowing several other makes of Lawn Mow-
month. An excursion has b:en arranged News is the name of the new paper forts, and a generous public can rely ers at prices ranging from
to this land next Sunday, March 22. published at Sandy. It Is a four-pag- e on the time well spent when visiting The second annual Campus day will
leaving First and Stark at 1:30 P. paper, published Thursday this high-clas- s model amusement insti- be held at Reed College next Wednes-
returning at 5 P. M. Tickets, 25 cents,
by Charles R. Bennett. It takes the tution. day and every member of the college, $2.65 to $10.00
can be secured from Umbdenstock & place of the paper printed in Sandy by Water Feature.
Scene including students and faculty, will be it C3B
Larson Co., at 286 Oak St., or phone F. Hill, which recently suspended pub- "Neptune's Daughter," or "A Trip to out in old clothes for one day's hard ir.7 j
Main 7750 and tickets will be sent, lication. the Bottom of the Sea," a wonderful work. Other college affairs will be
President Foster Returns. Presi-
Church of Our Father (Unitarian);
Broadway and Yamhill. Morning at
aquatic spectacle, a sensation for one
entire year at the New York Hippo-drom- e,
forgotten, while every one works to
beautify the campus. Thirteen commit- GARDEN TOOLS
dent Foster of Reed College returned 11. "The Divine Unselfishness." Even- was never conceived to be pos- tees have been appointed. Each group . OF ALL KINDS
Friday from a ten days' trip to Califor- ing at 7:45, 'Where Trinitarians and sible as a traveling exhibition until has a definite task for the day. .
nia, where he gave a number of lec- Unitarians Are Together." The public the inventive genius of Rice and Dore Fifteen men under the leadership of AT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
tures. At Fresno, on March 17, he respectfully invited. Rev. W. G. Eliot overcame all obstacles, so this immense David Brace will work on the athletic
gave the opening address at the an- Jr., minister. Adv. mystifying entertainment could be pre- field. Donald Lancefield will lead a
nual convention of the Central section Leaves for Europe. George O. Lati sented to all America. In all amuse- group-- that will clear up part of the
of the California State Teachers' As- imer left on Tuesday last for Wash ment history this accomplishment alone ravine near the fish hatchery. Harold
sociation, speaking on "Teaching as a
Profession." ' He also spoke at the Ma.
ington City. He there joins Charles
Mason Remey. They are to travel in
will stand as a record breaker, en-
abling thousands of people to witness
Smith will have charge of the work
on the boathouse on Crystal Springs .Everyone
admires a w e 1
It's the same with
H0NEYMAN HARDWARE CO.
lera and the Merced County Teachers' Europe in the interests of the Bahai the most, remarkable entertainment Lake. Glenn Johnson, with a crew of FOURTH AT ALDER
Institutes. Last Sunday he gave the Revelation. ever offered. huskies, will form a stump gang and a well-furnish-
afternoon address at the San Francisco Girls' Club to Meet. The Busi In a patented tank containing over remove several large stumps on the
T. M. C. A. On Saturday evening, March ness Girls Club will meet Monday night 75,000 gallons of clear water, is given lower part of the campus. Harry e Wem-brldg-
14, he gave an address at a dinner in at 129 Fourth street An illustrated the most remarkable spectacle, by over will have charge of the work on
the lawn: Milton Runyan and his gang
San Francisco held in his honor by
the California Social Hygiene Society. lecture on "The Lire of Christ" will be
given. No admission charged.
30 male and female water experts. In
addition to this water circus enter- will repair the road that leads to the give that different appearance
that attracts attention, and they
Jambs A. Burrows Buried. James A. tainment is incidentally offered a long college buildings, and Alvin Bradford
Burrows, who died the first of the Christian Yoga Free Lecture tonierht. programme of diversified feature acts will have in charge the jconstructlon of are as good as they look, too.
week in the Sellwood Hospital, from a "Secret of Prayer." 311 Central Bldg.. comprising the finest and best in aquat- some paths around the gymnasium. In beauty they are massive
stroke of paralysis, was 77 years old. Tenth and Alder streets. Adv. ic skill, such as: The deep sea high The women of the college will have and only of large, carefully se-
The funeral was conducted by Rev. J. Dr. Geo. Rubenstein, Optician, moved divers; champion log rollers; lady an important part in the day's work. lected grain. liiii
H. Landsborough, of Oregon City, and to 143 Broadway, near Alder. Adv. fancy swimmers; water walking ex- A number of them have been appointed In construction they are built
the Interment was made In the perts; diving girls; funny water on a committee to assist Miss Reed in to last, and every one is guaran
Cemetery. Mr. Burrows served
clowns: the diving dogs and ponies; preparing lunch and supper for the teed.
IS THEREA HEAVEN? workers, and another group will make
during the Clyil War In an Illinois
regiment. He came to Oregon five
an entertaining, laugable and interest
ing water pantomime, at once awe-i- n lemonade during the day and carry it
to the different gangs. More than 50 THE ELCAR
No filing drawers to
spiring and meritorious.
years and to Sellwood two years ago.
His wife died two years ago. Four
Ia heaven real? Does God mean what
His Word says? Did Jesus? Or is Committees Are Named.
girls, with Dorothy Coffin as leader, C iwfWWfM saw Ml Ml
warp, swell or stick.
children survive: Miss Mamie Bur- heaven simply a "state of conscious- will attack the weeds in the lawn. that dependable Portland made
rows, James F., Fred A. and Paul C. ness" as taught now by some? At last
Director-genera- l, A. R. Slaymaker;
treasurer, W. S. Watson; assistant
This Is the largest single committee. desk. Is also carried here. Tou SfZZVZZZ No tugging or pull-
Burrows, all of Portland. Sunday's lecture Pastor St. John showed Edna Acheson is chairman of a com- should have a personal pride in
Alleged Gambling Game ' Hearing from the Bible that investigative
treasurers, John W. Cochran, J. H. ile
Cool. , .
mittee of 30 girls that will clear out
the rubbish in the woods north of the goods made at home. ing to file or get at papers.
judgment is now going on in heaven.
Due Preliminary hearing for J. J.
Russell, E. E. Davenport and M. J.
Gardner, charged with conducting a
His subject tomorrow evening will be
An Open Door Into Heavrn and What
Concession Committee P. C. Sulli
van, Arthur Blgnami, Dr. Louis Wolf,
W. P. Strandborg, Lair H. Gregory, O.
In the evening a general celebration No "wabbly" equipment.
gambling game, and 32 men and boys, Our Savior Is Now Doing There." These u. Merrick, F. D. Mclsaughton.
will be held. Also, the greatest protection
charged with gambling, arrested by lectures are intensely interesting and Newspaper Publicity Sam Kennedy,
against fire, damp, weather,
Sheriff Word and his deputies Friday
night, will be held Tuesday afternoon
in district court. The raids were made
on Erickson's saloon, Rhode & Ru-
pert's and Gardner's saloon, on First
instructive; they preach the Bible and
not any human opinion or dogma. Every
argument advanced is supported by the
Word of God without using anybody s
J. E. Keavia, George McCord, R. L.
Withrow, Dean Collins.
Special Events George D. Reynolds,
Gil Tours, Dr. Beeman.i Leon Baketel.
DRAMA LEAGUE WILL MEET
Maeterlinck and "Blue Bird" Are to l ML rats, mice and sneak-thieve- s.
jfflfafeg Vertical Files
key or interpretation. All who are led Ticket Takers William Petrain, O.
street. All those charged with gam- Into soul --disturbing doubts, all who V. Gamble, William Hessian. E. W. Be Topics of Speakers.
bling were released on $10 cash ball want to know God and learn what is Jorgenson, Louis Von Klein, Stanley
and Russell, Gardner and Davenport on truth, should hear these Bible studies. Myers, Captain it-- E. Voeth. The Drama League will have a spe
$100 bail. Everybody cordially invited. Seats free. Sunshine Committee E. A. Beals. cial meeting and programme at the pininn STATIONERY &
Survets Are Made. The County
Commissioners have had surveys made
Central S. D. Church, cor. East Elev Parade Committee L. J. Tyson.
Ileillg Theater Tuesday afternoon at 4 rAulrlu PRINTING CO. Drawers run all the way on machine-toole- d steel rollers, and give an extra.
enth and Everett. 7:45 sharp. Adv. o'clock. Professor Josephine Hammond
by which the "S" curve in the Section Water Inspector John McNulty. will speak on "Maurice Maeterlinck, ' 107 Sd St, Bet. Wash, and Stark. filing space of 300 sheets each. ALLSTEEL comprises the most complete
. Line road near Gresham will be elim- Newsboys' Committee J. E. Hassen Charles Hampden will give a talk on Complete Office Outfitters. line of standard steel office equipment in the country. All Xtt.v t.itx.
inated. The surveys were made on RIVERDALE HOME $17,500 ach (Oregonlan); Dave Smith (Jour "A Visit to Maeterlinck" and Miss Alice beautifully finished in natural wood and olive green effects. if"
practically a straight line eastward nal); W. Jorgenson (News); FredButler will take as her subject "Blue Large production means economy for you. Call and see it.
with the westerly course of the road. The Matthews residence, one of Rlv- - M. J3ay (Telegram). Bird Behind the Scenes." Other at It wo haven't got just what you need, wo will get it for you.
If petitions are presented signed up erdale's finest places, is now offered Official Photographers and Cartoon-
tractions will make the afternoon in
properly the Commissioners will have for sale at a very low price; the house ists Charles S. Woodruff (Journal); teresting. PACTS ABOUT Everything in Furniture and Fixtures for the Office
the road changed and the curve done has been built about two years and has u. v. Mcaionagle (Oregonian); G. Bis The plans for Tuesday were decided
away with. J. N. Clenahan will see
that the petitions are circulated. The every convenience; garage with driver's sell (Telegram); B. L. Smith (Ore
gonlan and Telegram); E. S. Reynolds
upon. last Tuesday at the meeting of the
Drama League at the library. The in-
Butter-Nu- t Bread and Public Buildings. .
owners of the property are said to be room; large grounds. Full details on turegonianj; walker O'Loughlin (Tele Tact No. 6. The doughs r scaled
willing and anxious to have this curve application; inspection of the property gram); James E. Murphy (Journal). vitation from the Heilig management and made up in the cleanest way all by
taken out. by appointment H. P. Palmer-Jone- s
Co., 404 Wilcox Bldg., phones M. 8699,
was accepted, and an address was giver
by Henry MacMahon. representing the
machines, fact Mo. 7. See Tuesday's Omnibuses
From Purdue Untversitt. The bak- paper.
ing expert of the Purdue University A 2653. Adv. "Blue Bird" Company. The league's
says to housewives in a recent bulletin,
BOARD AND ROOM $24 committee studies the merits of vari Bank Safes
"Perfect bread should be so completely Large, airy outside room, well ven ous plays and supports early drama by
baked that when pressed upon It will LIQUOR 0RM0RPHINISM tilated. If occupied by two parties, gagement attendance, play on in an en
immediately spring out upon release of room and two meals per day for 824
upon any which the Vault Doors
pressure. The color should be golden The White Cross treatment for liquor each. Good home cooking; clubroom. committee issues a bulletin. This ot-
brown, top, sides and bottom, and when and drug addiction gives sure results. with piano, card tables, etc. Sargent ficial statement of any Drama League
cut should have a soft velvety texture No pain or suffering. Investigation so- Hotel. Grand ave. and Hawthorne. Adv, is independent of outside influ
and should slice without crumbling.. licited. The White Cro3s, 714 Davis ence. The fact that a bulletin is imed Northeast Corner Fifth and Oak Streets.
The color should be of a slightly creamy street corner Twenty-secon-
Phones on a play indicates that, because of Its
Main 6421, A 1447. Dr. R. L Gillespie, Lecture Series Planned. artistic merit or a timely and vital na
white." A practical illustration of this i
ture of its appeal, the committee deems
expert description is found in each loaf medical director. Adv. The Arts and Crafts Society mem- -
of Royal Table Queen. Adv. It worthy of support
Brynjolfson Marriage Annulled.- - OFFICERS OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CREDIT MEN WHO
The marriage of Paul Brynjolfson and WILL VISIT PORTLAND.
Mrs. Tency S. Brynjolfson was an- WIDENING STREET ASKED
nulled yesterday on grounds that they Tes it's pure without a doubt, sir.
were married In less than six months Property Owners Present Petition for Hops and malt and water, too,
after Mrs. Brynjolfson had obtained a Improving Powell Thoroughfare. Look for label oa every loaf.
divorce from her former husband, the
first decree having been granted in
All combined by perfect brewing
Seattle in April, 1913, and her marriage
following In June of the same year.
"The widening of Powell street from
60 to 60 feet between Milwaukie and
In a beer just right for you.
The annulment was granted by Judge East Eighteenth streets, has been asked
Davis. for by about 75 per cent of the property
First Congregational Chttrch, Park
and Madison Streets. Dr. Luther R.
owners. A committee appointed by the
South East Portland Boosters' Club
Dtott. the Minister, Preaches Sun-
day. March 22, at 11 A. M., and 7:45
P. M. Themes: Morning, "The Seeing
presented this petition to Commissioner
Dieck this week.
Another petition was circulated, atsk
Mind"; Evenino, "How to Find Your-
self." Helpful Sermons, and Beaut-
iful Music at Both Services. All Per-
ing that Powell street be paved on the
present width of 50 feet
The extension of East Tenth through
sons Are Invited. " and Broadway
Ladd's tract from Taggart to a connec-
Cars. Adv. tion with Clinton and Milwaukie Jewelry which has gone " Erewed by Henry Weinhard Brewery.
Indiana Society to Meet. Indiana streets, also is proposed. This exten- out of fashion and
Society of Oregon will meet next Mon- sion will run diagonally through part Large or Small Bottles. Phone for a case today.
day evening, 8 P. M., in auditorium of of the Ladd property in order to reach stones whose beauty is Phone Main 72,
Public Library, Tenth 'and Yamhill. Clinton and Milwaukie streets. obscured by e old-tim-
There will be a special musical pro- settings can be given
gramme. All Hooslers please come and
bring your friends. C. A. Bourne, sec- RATTLING GOOD ARGUMENTS new value by a more
Men's suits that are made by famous
modern mounting, Tkli for Ad More Colds
To Preserve your Oriental Rugs, have i o o d No
our native men repair and wash-clea- n
them. Prices moderate. Cartozian
makers and sold upstairs to escape the
high ground-floo- r rents are arguments
in favor of you buying your new Spring
either of gold or
FREE Ten Kitn
a For Bald Men
Bros.. Importers of Oriental Rugs. or More.
Washington, bet. 13th and 14th. Phone suit of Jimmy Dunn, Orego- 315-16--
At your suggestion
bald men scaj
Sketch Class. The school
. K Wf "sasss.- - - nian bldg. Elevator to 3d floor. Adv.
we will prepare designs SPECIALOFFERING colds by wearing
for the Our framou
of the Portland Art Association sketch restoring of FULL QUART
class begins March 28. Register now
at Museum of Art, 5th and Taylor.
Chicken wheat, East Side. Upper Al
out-of-da- te jew- Whisky, Braady. Ram.
bin. Apricot, etc..
65c BErOr.3 AFTER TOUPEES
Perfectly made, cannot be detected. L.t
Expert Repairing, cleaning. Ori- F. R. Salisbury, of Minneapolis, president of the National Association of GOLD SEAL us demonstrate, uall orders filled,
ental rugs. M. E. Dinihanian, 495 Credit Men, and J. H. Tregoe, of New York, secretary-treasur- of the er
bina ferry slip. Salesman on ground.
Car lots loaded out promptly. Small LIQUOR CO. KB VETr HANEBUT
Wash. SL Main 2706. Adv.
Fire and Wreckage Sale. Clean dry
block wood. Albina Fuel Co. East 182,
same organization, will visit the Portland Association of Credit Men, a
branch of the National body, this week.
The Portland association is preparing a banquet and reception to the
visitors, for Tuesday night March 2 4, at the Multnomah Hotel, at 6:30 P. M.
lots must be called for. No deliveries
made. Adv. a Heitkemper 166 Second Street,
sn to Yamblll Market
Pkoiwai Marshall 4m, A 14S5.
Broadway, near Morrison.
C 1117. Adv. FRKE DELIVKRV. O
For Highest grade of plain or fancy President Salisbury and Secretary-Treasur-
er Tregoe stand at the head of
the largest and strongest organization of strictly business men in the United CHICKEN DINNER 50C. Company COOS BAY LINE
ladies' tailoring see Gurney, Mohawk States today, and are both strong. Interesting, forceful speakers. They will STEAMSHIP BREAKWATER
Bldg. Adv. be greeted at the banquet by Mayor Albee and will each address the meet-
Turkey dinner. 65c, New Perkins Res Diamond Dealers and Sails from Alnsworto Dock. 8. A. St.
Exglish Millinery now at 339 Mor- ing on the subject of credit and matters pertaining thereto. taurant 5th St., near Washington. Adv. Wednesday. Mar. 18. 25; Apr. 1. 8. lo.2J.
rison St., Broadway Bldg. Adv. The Portland Association of Credit Men extends an Invitation to all busi- Jewelers torn ot Ecuador in the manufacture of Tuesday. Apr. -- 8. Freight received until
Wallieur Land Survey Proposed. Panama nata. tnougn .cuaaor nas tne ad- NOON day previous to sailing. Passenger
Shipherd Sprinl Now is a good ness men, bankers and manufacturers and to all others Interested in the Yeon Bldg., 130 5th St. vantage ot being the sole producer, so Fare: First Class, 10; Second Class (men
time to go. Adv. business welfare of the city and state to attend the banquet OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash far as is Known, ol tne best grade or
only). IT. Including berth and meals Office:
Lower Alnsworth Dock. Portland A Cot
Wooster sells everything, 488 Wash.
The banquet will be 11.50 a plate. Reservations should be telephoned ington, March 21. Senator- - Chamber- - toqullla," the straw . or grass from which Bay S. S. Line. L. H. Keating. AgenU
Adr. to Edward Drake, credit man for J. K. Gill & Co., before Monday night Iain today introduced a bill appro- - the bats are made. Fliones Main 36UO; A ISi.