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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1915. TOWN TOPICS (131t DAY Or 1915.) AMUSEMENTS. HEILIG Broad war at Taj lor. Curtain 2:15 and 8:13. Weancauay and baturaar mat-inea. John t)iw in "aoaeiiiary.'' : I'AN TACtw iJroodwaj- at Aider. Vaudeville. 7:30 and :lu. . IOKW"8 fcMi'itfc.SJi tfriadway at VamkUL , Vaudeville. Coutloouaa . 1 :30 to 5:. 7-.30 aud M:15 week uaj. Cvothiuoua 1 to 11 Bun v - day. . l.VKXU fourth at Stark. Vaudeville. Con titiuoua 1 to 11 ii. m. rtOFl.tr Wt Park, and, Alder ata. Motion Dcituree. li:2M a. in. to 11:UU d. m. 81 All Washington at Park. Motion pictures, 11 a. m. ta 11 b. m. : NATIONAL i'ark and ' fft Park at Stark. Motion pictures,- 12 in. to 11 p. m. MAJLailC WasUlnuion a. fark. Motion pie turea. 10:oO a. ni. to 11 D. m. - AIM' MtSELM Hitb and lay lor. Hour S to o wevk uayi, 2 to Z tundn jre. ree alter-nooua of Tuejjr. 'Ibur.Uay, Friday, tetur . Uajr and buoday. Coming Events. i Ad club lnucneon at the Multnomah bote) 'May 12. National Cooirresa of Mother. May 12-10. 1'roKreaaive Hualneaa Meu's iuuciieon at Multuomab hotel Mar 13. Uealty Board luucueun at Commercial club May 44. - Transportation club luncheon at Multnomah botel May 14 Oregon Civic league luncheon at Multnomah fcctel May la. I Oijening of Columbia Highway. May IS. OiieuiuK ot Albitia public market. May 15. ' OpeuiiiK of Alberta public market. May 15. taut bide Buaiiiew Meu'a luui-beon. May 17. . horeatera Urand lodge. May 10-18. ' Oregon state conleK'uce oi aoi'lai agenciea - at Heed College. May 21-23. Kat Waaumgtou atreet market opena May 22. ICmpire Day, May 24. City election June '7. s Bom t'eatlval, June 8-10-11. , (Three days). Municipal Band Concert. - t'irat concert of. aeaauu -will be on June SO. I . Central Library Meetings. itatlooallst society. eery Sunday erening. Oregon Civic league let i urea every '1 burs-day evening. Pacific university intension lectures, every Wednesday evening. Port Information Suppl ed. Information regarding this port may be obtained from tbe Portland Chamber of Com-n.rce, bt Fifth street. Telephone Main W3 or A-12U3. , Fire and Police. Fire department Main 77X, A-132.1. Police department Main 7181, A-4STS1. Today's Forecast. Portland and vicinity Showers tonight and IVt-dneaday; southerly 'winds. Orrgon and Washington Showers- tonlgbt anil Wednesday; southerly wluds. Idaho Unsettled tonight and Wednesday, plvbably abowera. Weather Conditions. The Alberta disturbance has advanced east-wi rd to 8askatcbewan, and the Ohlp Valley high pressure urea la ceutral this morning over the middle Atlantic states. General rains, which were generally light, bave fallen in 'the northern Rocky Mountain statea and iu the Pacific states as far south aa Sin Fran-rlsoo. Rain has also-fallen lu-""North Dakota, Minnesota and the east Gulf states. It Is -cooler in western Montana, Wyoming and western South Dakota. The tamperaturea have risen In the lower Lake region and tbe middle Atlantic states: ' The conditions are favorable for showei-a in this district during tbe next 24 to :tt) hours. KDWAR1) A. BEAI-S. District Forecaster. Observations. - Tempersrure ., io3 . -c i ' - s si STATIONS s o2 5 .)! ? t H v a .0 Ji5 . v3 c c j s a - ' riaker. Or 4415 M 44 TTJ Ikton. Masa... 58 4- 4 6S 64 10 0 Chicago, 111 08 ' 6 62 54 10 0 Di-nver, Colo 50 2 74 48 8 0 Duluth, Minn 64 2 8H 4 .02 Dutch Jlarbor.. 44 2 32 4 0 Eureka. Cal 52 2 62 62 8 .0 Galveston, Texas Oti 4 7 84 8 0 Havre, Mont 48 4 70 46 24 0 . i Jacksonville. Fla. 72 2 78 88 10 .48 ' Kansas City, Mo. 62 2 80 60 10 0 t Knoxville. Teun. 80 4 74 66 4 0 1 Los Angeles, Cal. i 66 0 70 58 4 0 Marahfleld, Or.. SO O 62 60 4 , .40 Montreal. Que... 42 6 60 8S 10 .04 New Orleans, La. 08t 2 80 64 6 .38 New York, N Y. 60 10 68 52 10 0 North Head. Wn. 52 .2 54 52 14 .14 N. Yakima, Wn. 46 4 66 48 4 .10 Portland, Or 51 1 64 51 4 .14 iRoaeburg. Or.... 60 0 68 60 O .10 : Sccrameuto, Cal. 58 0 66 58 8 .40 St. l.ouiB, Mo...' 80 : 6 74 68 8 0 Salt Lake, Utah. 52 2 74 62 4 0 : "ft. Francisco. Cal. 58 2 68 68 14 .98 Seuttle, Waash. -60 2 58 48 4 .08 Sitka, Alaska.. SO 4 6 41 4 0 Spokane, Wash.. 40 4 56 46 4 . 28 Tacoma. Wash... 48 2 00 48,, 4 .24 WalU W alla, Wn. 60 4 64 5t 4 .14 .Washington, D.C. 58 2 6S 58 4 0 Winnipeg. Man. 68 12 78 54 8 0 Afternoon report of preceding day. Singers of Many Nations. Musical May meetings are being held each eye-nlng this week except Saturday at 8 o'clock in the hall at Fifteenth and Boise streets, with Jack Ware, an evangelist, as the speaker. Music tonight will be furnished by the Anabel quartet, tomorrow night by the Oregon Olty men's quartet, Thursday night by the Welsh singers and Friday night by the Swedish singers. There will be a service Sunday yafternoon at 3 o'clock. Boi Culture Symposium. A symposium on. rose culture will be held .at the meeting of the Rose City Park club tonight at 8 o'clock. E. B. Mc-Farland, president Of the Portland Rose society;- Fred 'Tucker, secretary of the Rose society; and W. E. Sher-brooke will speak. The public is Invited. , Want Estate Divided. A widower, four sons and a daughter will divide the estate of Emma J. Orcutt. who died February, 13. The estate according to J. H. Orcutt, the widower who petitioned' for appointment as administrator, la worth about J 2200.' Will Confer at San Francisco. Reports on association conditions over tbe country with suggestions for lm- r Lawn Sprinkling Notice Water ; consumers will not be allowed to use city water for lawn sprinkling, except Under the following conditions: 1 Written application must be filed in the Water Office before commencing to so use water. (Except metered places). 2 ODD NUMBERED BUILDINGS may use water for sprinkling' purposes on ODD DATES only. EVEN NUMBERED BUILDINGS may use water for sprinkling purposes on EVEN! DATES ONLY. , V V 3 The hours for using, water for sprinkling purposes are 5 TO 8 A. M. AND 3 TO U P. M. 4 The annual charge for lawn sprinkling will be payable with the regular bill for the third quarter of the year. 5-Use: of water through hose for sprinkling streets is strictly forbidden. - . 6 If. water is used without first signing application, the service wiEl be shut of f and will not again be ; turned . on until application is signed, the annual charge for sprinkling is paid together with a turn-on fee of $2.00. L. S. KAISER. Superintendent. V I proved management of H M C A. a are to be made by H. W. Stone, Portr land general secretary, and I. B. Rhode, state j secretary, before the conference of Employed Officers at Asllomar. Cal. Witli other aecretarlea of the Pacific northwest, the - heads of the M. C.:A, left today for Fiavel where they took the steamer Northern Pacif io for Ban Francisco. For several months both officials have been worklog- on a I plan to systematize methods of Y. I M. C. A. managament Mr. Rhodes has been working on a plan to make all state work uniform while Mr. Stone has been dealing with the problems of the city association. The results of this work will be given to the conference this week. M. ZZ. Tjtmona Dies. Word has been received from New York city , of the death of Mj Harry Lamond on Tuesday. May 4. This , news comes as a great shock ' to the many friends of Mr. Lamond, who has been a highly esteemed resident of Portland for 27 years. H? had been associated with Llpman. Wolfe & Co. for that length of time, and on March 15, with Mrs. Lamond, moved to New York city to become manager of the Llpman, Wolfe ofice there. The remains have been shipped to Hood river. Or., for burial. Mrs. Lamond will arrive tomorrow, and on Thursday funeral services will take place at ,1:30 p. m. Mr. Lamond left,, beside his widow, who- will be remem bered as Miss Ella Carlisle, a sister, Mrs. McAuley of Boston, and a sister and brother in Nova Scotia, Flan for Bos Festival. Two and possibly three grandstands for the Hose Festival parades will-be erected on the east side by the "East Side Business Men's club. A committee composed of H. L. Camp, C. C. Hall and Wilson Benefiel was instructed last night to erect : two stands and the possible third. ; Mr. Camp suggested that the stands be erected un (Jrandavenue at Kast Ankehy and East Alder street and that the third, If bull!, be located at Hawthorne avenue. The stands will be used for the children's and the automobile parade. Nineteen new members, secured during the membership; campaign, were voted into the club. Fire Mains Requested. As result of action taken residents of Gregory Heights meeting Saturday night, a committee led by A.! Groth, app'eared b.ofore Commissioner Daly asking that larger fire mains be installed throughout the -Gregory Heights district. There have been several fires in that section recently and (according to the residents, there is not enough water to extinguish fires. Commissioner Daly has taken . the matter up with engineers of the water bureau. Clraroli Brotherhood Meeting. The Brotherhood of the I First Congrega tional church held its final business meeting of the year last night, elect ing H. D. Ripley president. O. B. Riddle lce president and George Kossdian secretary treasurer. Plans were-discussed for a "ladles' bight" to be held June 10. Professor j Stafford of the University of Oregon gave an astronomical lecture called "Worlds in the Making." I Detectives Ftts Motion. Motions were filed yesterday j by the city attorney for Detectives pat Moloney and Tom Swennes asking i that Thomas M. LAskay be made to state definitely which detective fired the shot that killed Walter M. Askay. Askay was killed by a deflected bullet shot at a negro who was attempting to escape from them. Askay has sued for J7500 damages. Talk on Business Methods. Inter esting phases of business will be unfolded tonight at 7 O'clock at the Y. M. C. A. in three talks that are to be given in the association course on business methods and efficiency. N. G. Pike will discuss 1'Patents," Harry Yanckwich, "Every Day Law," and R. D. Carpenter, merchandise manager of Meier & Frank company "Elements of Luck." Pastor and Nurse Bemembered. Fred Arndt, aged 69; who died Saturday, left 4100 to his nurse, Mrs. Fannie Wachendorf, and J100 to his pastor. Rev. Jacob Hersrert. Th re mainder of his estate was divided ' among three daughters. "Mr. Hergert yesterday petitioned j for probate of Mr. Arndt's will and asked that he be appointed executor. Prohibition Meeting; at Sellwood. There will be a united rally of all the churches in Sellwood held in the Y. M. C. A. tonight at 8 o clock. In the interests of national prohibition. J. Sanger Fox, executive secretary of the Oregon Prohibition State committee, will be the speaker. There will be special music. Special Lecture Scheduled. Tonight the members of Mt. Hood Lodge, A. F. and A. M.. meeting at 334 Russell street, will hear u special lecture by C. V. Cooper on "Biblical Prophesies of the Great War." He will deliver a similar lecture on Friday night before Portland lodge in. the Masonic Temple. Sassalo Lodge May Build. Members of Hassalo. lodge, I. O. O. F., now meeting at First and Alder streets, are considering the proposition of taking stock in the . Citizens Bank building proposition and putting up a four story building costing $100,000 at the northeast corner "of Grand avenue and East Alder street. Building X.aw Violation Charged. Edwin F. James, manager of the Majestic theatre, will appear- in the municipal court, charged with violating the building ordinances in making repairs without a permit. Golf Club Fortnightly Tea. David T. Honeyman, chairman of the entertainment committee at Waverly Golf club for this year, has arranged a novel feature which is meeting with enthusiastic endorsement from, all the members of ? the club, A fortnightly tea wilj be given every other Wednesday at the club with a prominent society matron acting as hostess fgr the afternoon. Tomorrow afternoon will be the first tea of the series that will be enjoyed this summer and Mrs. Walter. John Burns will.be hostess. These teas, the next of which will be two weeks from tomorrow, will ' probably prove : among the most popular social features of the summer season, which is always given over to the more in-fojmal sorts of entertainment." Grand Council Zs Held- The annual grand council of the Knights of Columbus convened In this city ; yesterday at West Park and Taylor streets at the headquarters of Portland council. W. P. O'Brien, of Astoria, state deputy, presided. .The reports showed over 1500 members in Oregon in l different local councils, with a rapidly Increasing membership. Archbishop Christie and M. G. Leahey. fourth degree master, of Seattle, addressed the counciL - The next annual convention will be held In Portland In May, 1916. The following officers for the ensuing term were elected: William Barrett, of Albany, state deputy; A. A. Mlckel, of Albany, state secretary: M. S. Donahue, state treasurer: Hugh McLaine, of MarshfieW, state warden. A emoker was held in the evening, which many 'of the delegates and members of Port-I land and other councils attended, I , I Death of Mrs. Newman. Mrs. Lydia Newman, who died on Sunday, May 9. near Luther station, was 72 years of age, and one of the pioneers of Wisconsin, She leaves a husband. Nelson .Newman, who is SB years of age; three isons, J. B. Newman, of Terre Haute, ,Ind.: F. I. Newman, of Boav, Wis.; J. F..Newman, of Fortlarid; four daughters, Mrs. Ira Wells, of Troutdale 'Wis.; Mrs. Alice Sawcett, of Livings-jton. Wis.; Mrs. Jessie Cushman, of jLewey, Wis.; Mrs. Florence Bell, of Portland, Or. She resided In Oregon j about eight years. The funeral will be .held from the F. S. Dunning conservatory chapel, East Alder and East Sixth 'streets, at 10 a. m. tomorrow (Wednesday). Interment will be made in Mult-nomah cemetery. Was Accomplished Pianist. Margaret McCutcheon, who died May 8, was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McCutcheon, of 468 Emerson street. She was born in. Carlton. Or., lOctober 7, 1901, .and went to school in ! Portland in the Shattuck and later in the. Highland school. She was an accomplished pianist. She is survived by jher parents and one sister, Mildred. The funeral was held this afternoon from the conservatory chapel of K. S. Dunning, with interment in Rose. City cemetery. Sotal Moore, Seaside, Or., has opened for the spring and summer season- For reservations address Dan J. Moore, prop. (Adv.J Steamer Jesse XCarklns for Camas. Washoujjal and way landings, daily ex. cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street dock at i p. m. (Adv.) Tka'FSTi Store. Fount-Iu pens. Ink, repairs and exchanges. 354 Washington St., Morgan bldg., near Park.Ad. Central Ziocatlon at Suburban Prices. Rooms $4 week up, $15 month up. Hotel Lenox 3d and Main. (Adv.) Xiet TJs Writs Your Fire Insurance,. The Oregon Home, Builders. 1330 Northwestern Bank building. (Adv.) " Shipherd's Hot Springs. A aood time to go. E. L. SHIPHERD, Mgd. Ad- COLUMBIA HIGHWAY TRIPS. Tabor 45i7. (Adv.) Dancing party tonight, Cotillion hall. (Adv.) X. K. fox, optician. Journal bldg. Ad. Change in Steamer Service. Effective Saturday. May 15, O-W R. & N. steamer Harvest Queen wilt leave Ash-street dock daily, except Sunday, 8 p. m., for Astoria and way points. Returning, will leave Astoria as at present, dally except Stlnday,7 a. m Apply City Ticket Office, Washington at Third, or at the dock, for tickets, etc. f (Adv.) BUY IN QUANITY THERE'S A I AT YOUR II E Up to Five Years Ago Was Owner of Pillar Rock Can1 nery, John T. M. Harrington. ; John T. M. Harrington, formerly a well known salmon packer of Oregon and Washington, died at his home, Alnwick, Northumberland county, England, April 1, according to information just received here. He was the grandfather of Frank Warren of the Warren Packing company. x Mr. Harrington, who' was 75 years old, came to Oregon in the early pioneer days as a prospector. He spent several years seeking gold along the Frazier river. Later he took up salmon fishing near the mouth of the Columbia and a few years later engaged in the salmon packing business. For more than 40 years he made his home at Pillar Rock and Skaraokawa, Waah. He was the owner of the Pillar Rock salmon packing plant and under the brand of "The Boss" the ftsi packed at the plant became well known. FORMER A'ELL KNOWN SALMON PAKER DIES NGLAND REPOR . yM Km AST -Jkf YOU CAN DO BETTER FOR LESS Store Opens Daily at 8:30 a. m. On Saturdays 9:00 a. m. Pacific Phone Marshall 5080 THE MOST Full and Complete New Xine Just Received Cheney Bros.9 Magnificent Foulard Silks That Are Absolutely Spotproof Beautiful New Patterns and Colorings for Street and Evening Jfv Wear Now Specially Priced at, the Yard I We do not remember of ever having had such an extensive and varied assortment of patterns and colorings ; as we are npw showing in these exquisite silks. They are Cheney Brothers' celebrated spotprbof Foulards silks that you will especially favor because of their dressy appearance and remarkable wearing quality. They come full 23 inches wide, and are shown in the season's choicest designs and colorings, "for both street and evening tnqse in neat, sman pauerns; tney are just tne iaoric you need for fashionable, cool and durable waists or dresses; ithey are certainly the best Foulard Silks to be had I7 anywhere at the specially low price of 5C Another Special Offering Cheney Bros.' (P AA Sublime A Silk of $2.50 Quality, a Yard 5.UU jCOMES IN THE POPULAR 42-INCH WIDTH, and in a complete showing of staple and new, plain shades for street and evening wear. It is a rich finished, beautiful silk of soft, graceful weave, of a quality beyond question rfjrj aa a grade sold regularly at, $2.50 a yard. Priced at. . ebe&eUU New Woolen Dress Goods Black and White Striped Fabrics Special A A This Sale 85c to D L U U SERGES, GRANITES and WORSTEDS, in 44 to 56 inch widths fine, pure wool materials, made of the finest selected yarns, and shown in the extremely fashionable black and white stripes all prices per yd. from S2.00 85c up to , Another Wonderful and Timely' Copset Sale at $1 Pair u i 18 to 30. bee our window display Kegular $l.o.Q to $5.00 lines To close tomorrow- at, pair. He was one of ihe pioneers in the salmon industry along tha Columbia ktfver. . ' j -V - About five years ago he sold his interests In the plant to Everding A Far rell and left here for bis old home in England. He made frequent trips back to Portland, however. ; j Empire Day to-Be Fittingly Observed An elaborate celebration is to be held at'the Armory Monday night. May 24, when Empire day will be celebrated by all residents of Portland : who have been subjects under the, British empire. Plans for the celebration were completed at a meeting hefll last night. The program will consist of addresses, songs, dancing and instrumental' music. Among the speakers will be Emmett Callahan. Dr. W. T. Williamson and Edward Boyce. Those who will have a part in the musical program are Miss Ines Dagmar Kelly, Miss H. Bailey, William Wallace Gra ham, F. P. Crowther, Rev. Frank W. Gorman, J. Maldwyn Evans,1 Walter F. Stevenson and others. . m , Committee Seeks Public Cooperation The City Beautiful committee Is anxious to get in closer togjeh with Individuals in different localities of the city. It desires to make the public spirit' of every individual count for its interest. If some , one notices dilapidated fences or buildings in their neighborhood, call attention to it by a written communication to the committee. An ill kept lawn, a'Tllrty street, a glaring offense of any kind to the sight or nostrils tell it not to the policeman, but to the City Beautiful committee. Each complaint will be investigated, and effort made within reasonable bounds to have nuisances of every sort abated. Retired Teacher Is Seriously Hurt Miss Mary N. Millard, a retired Portland school teacher, fell through an open trap door in ithe sidewalk at Park and Alder' streets yesterday afternoon shortly tfefore 3 o'clock and was seriously injured. She was taken to the Good Samaritan' hospital, where it was found that her left arm and ankle had been fractured, and there ars internal injuries. Miss Millard is about 50 years old, and has been living at Milwaukie. She fell about 15 feet. IN VALUE THE BEST wear. Especially attractive ..are Cream-Colored Chinchilla Coatings Now (P 2 A A Priced, a Yard iDO.UU Double Weight CREAM-COLORED COATINGS, in the fashiona'ble chinchilla weaves fabrics of' perfect finish; shown in 56 inch width qualities sold elsewhere at $3.50 and $4.00 a yard. Priced for q ftA this sale at oulyaJeUU Regular $1.50 to $5 Values-Henderson, Merito and j. R. & G. Corsets Three of the best known and most reliable makes -discon-, tinued models of fine Batiste and Coutil with lace or embroidery trimmings both front a,nd ' back lace styles, with medium or low bust, and medium or longf skirts not all sizes in each model, but a good range of; styles in sizes $1.00 CORRUGATED IRON CASE IS REOPENED AT PLAINTIFFS' REQUEST f ' ' i- ; Opportunity to Show That Reparation Is Just Is AcT corded. .Jqhn H. Lothrop. secretary of the transportation bureau of i the new Chamber of Commerce, yesterday te-ceived -advices that the Interstate Commerce commission had ordered the reopening of the celebrated corrugated iron rate case. . This case was brought by the Coast Culvert & Flume Co., of Portland, the California Corrugated Culvert company and the Security Vault & Metal Works, who - contended that it was discriminatory for the . railroads to . charge 95 cents for . corrugated sheets and only 85 cents for the plain. The commission held that such a disparity of rates actually was discriminatory and ordered them. ' equalized, but made no allowance for reparation by the railroads for shipments previously handled under ho old rates. The complainants filed an appeal on that score and the commission's order will give them a chance to snow that reparation is just. - -aa.B-asBaBa.BaBBBwsaBBBBBBiaBB . W. J. Morrison Not Killed by Poison No trace of poison was found by. cnemists and there were no apparent natural causes of tbe death of W. J. Morrison, druggist at Fifty-seventh street and Sandy boulevard, who died at his home, 664 East Fifty-seventh street north, last Friday night. Further analyses of the body contents are being made by physicians today. The funeral was held yesterday and the body cremated. Chief Clark Able To Visit His Office After being ill for several days with the grip, which threatened to become serious. Chief of Police John Clark was able to be at his office for a while today. Captain of Police Moore has been in charge of the xdepartment during the chief's absence. ON THIRD ST. Store Closes Daily at 5:30 p. m. On Saturdays 6:00 p. m. Home Phone A-2112 IN QUALITY Exceptional Values in the New Wasli Cottons A showing: of the new season's Wash Cottons exceptional in the variety and extensive assortment of patterns and : colorings the most desirable and fashionable weaves in reliable qualities inexpensive fabrics for cool, dainty v waists and dresses for street and evening; wear. Certainly every taste may be suited. You have choice ,from these and many others. . THE 1YEW VOILES Printed Styles and iCi Plain Colors, Yard LOC We have just received another great shipment of 36 to 40 inch Voiles in both plain colors and in printed styles flowers, figures, all size dots, stripes and checks all colors, and all moderately OCA priced at, a yard aaattJC Another Fine Lot of Voiles, a Yard 35c Flake and rice. Voiles, printed Voiles, crepe Voiles, woven stripe Voiles all the staple and popular plain colors and beautiful designs in figuresr flowers and stripes, QfT, 36 to 40 inch width, at, yard OOC New Nub Stripe A Voiles at, the Yard 40C The extremely fashionable, high grade Nub Voiles shown in pretty color combinations such as yellow and black, heiio. and black, blue and black, green and black. etc.L" on white ground; also silk stripe Voiles in pink, blue, helio., green, etc., on white ground 36 and 40 in. A Vg widths at, yard frOC . Silk-Mixed Crepes de Chine Only 50c and 75c the Yard 36 and 38 inch silk mixed Crepe de Chine in plain colors and beautiful flower and figure designs in jrich and dainty colorings extremely fine-qualities at 50c and 75c a yard. New Madras Shirting, Special, Yard 25c Also Waistincs TTit reliaW much desired wash fabric is shown here in an unlimited variety of styles all " white, or in colored stripes. Comes in full width OP and priced at, a yard aOC Made fm -a I iTTIQfln ft V4 VMMIW 1 Ten wera arrested lri raids on three alleged resorts by the poUoe last night. At 2$t Broadway, Lumtenant Harms and Patrolman Martin of the moral squad arrested Elisabeth Ford, charged with conducting, and Marlon Fullem, W. T. Good, Guy D. Bell and Ida Johnson, charged with disorderly conduct; May Howard and Hdlth Jones at Fourth and Everett byj Sergeant Oela- Nora ner and Patrolman Athundson. IIIIIIIIIIII01IIIIII nmiiiiiiiiiiiiio Cottolene makes foods, tastej better There certainly' fe more appeal to the appetite in foods cooked with Cottolene. This choice pure food product in Itself naturally adds to tha excellence as well as to the flavor of everything in which or with which it is used. Insist upon getting ra Cottolene and you can have nothing but satisfactory results. Be sure always to use. one third less of Cottolene than you would of any other shortening or frying Cat. ' I Cottolene comet in pails of various sizes, to suit your convenience and your reeds. Arrange with your grocer for a regular supply. Write to our General Offices, Chicago, for, a free copy of our tal cook book, HOME HELPS." CHOXFA1 R B AN KEZEBXl "Cottolmnm makes good, cooking, better' aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii ' Marshall 1; Koine. A-6381 our Mid-Week Meats" PORTERHOUSE ' and i .-: w ; ; T-BONE STEAKS This day only 22c lb Legs of Larrib . i . .20c lb Sh'def of Lamb. . . 13c lb Breast of Lamb J . . 11c lb Sh'r Roast Pork:1212c lb Fresh Spare "Ribs . . 10c lbv Pigs' Feet (fresh) . 6c lb POT ROASTS All cuts from Best Steer Beef . . 14c lb Short Ribs of Beef. 10c lb JONES' "Corned Just Right" CORNED BEEF Brisket or Plate . . . 10c lb Spiced orUnspiced (rolled, boneless) . ; . 2l2c lb HAMS ancTBACON JonesV'Tride of Oregon" Mild Cured Hams, i or whole 16c lb Shoulder Hams . . . 12c lb Cottage Hams . . . 15c lb Bacon Backs, i of whole strips .. .'. . .v ... .17c lb Fancy Breakfast Bacon, or whole strips 20c lb Ten Arrests In Moral Cottolene 1111? Wednesday Special Sale ' V of Qoality I Wood and Stanley Stewart, Broadway and Washington street, and Tona I jaucgucni ai rourin ana r.vrrm I "treets. were other arrests. All will be tried in morals court Thursday. 5 Meat - ? Lower at the CASCADE MARKET Third and Yamhill Wednesday Special: IZ3 Choice Steer Pot Roast lie Steer R'nd Steak r Sh'der Pork Roast c Legs of Lamb . Anchor Brand Bacon Quality Low Prices Service Look for the U. Purple Stamp 7 Rouite To Your Home Back East via Rock Island Lines Low Round Trip Rates May 15 to Sept. 30 Return Limit Oct 31, '15 Tickets Good on Golden State limited and Rocky Mountain Limited Generous Portions on Our Diners Tickets, Reservations, Etc. M. J. GEARY . General Agent Passenger Dept. Ill Third Street, Portland, Or. Phones Main 334, Home A-2666 Oregon Humane Society 7 Grand Ave. Sr between Couch and Oavls. Whoumm aat 1433. BaaX. orzN OAT AJTS stzokt. Report all cases of cruelty te this I mala. Horse ambulance for stele or disabled animals at a moment's notice I Jl Spare Ribs 11c 10c r 4 Jl 4

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