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About The times. (Portland, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1912)
Published every Saturday by THE TIME8 COMPANY, Incorporated
at 212 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
P h o n e s:
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Doran Co., New York City.
Have You Ever
Main 1 and A t i l l .
THE TIMES is not responsible for any opinions expressed by correspondents Fame Seekers, by Alice Woods
appearing in its columns.
$1.20. Illustrated. George II
“ Where the iced breezes always
blow.” Seven nights, beginning
Sunday, August 11— Bargain mat
inee Wednesday, special matinee
Saturday. Last week but two of
Portland’* favorite CATHJUNB
COI'NTISS, supported by Sydney
Ayres and the entire splendid
company in Clyde Fitch’s famous
society comedy, “ The Girl With
the Green Eyes.” Evenings; 73e,
50c, 35e, 25c; Wednesday mat
inee. any seat 25c; Saturday mat
inee 50c, 25c. Week o f Sunday,
August 18th, the funny divorce
comedy, “ Divroeons.” Seat sale
opens next Thursday. Miss Coun-
tiss’ season lias been extended to
the end of August.
With illustrations by May Wil
son Preston, this attractive novel
depicts with cleverness an Amer
A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF INDUSTRIAL PEACE
ican artist-story of Bohemian
Paris, known and Trilby Land.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES—$2.50 per year, in advance.
The Under Trail, by Anna Alice
Chapin. $1.25. Ilustrated. Lit
ADVERTISING RATES made known upon application.
tie, Brown & Co., Boston.
Hate, love and a secret crosscut
trail in the Virginia Mountains
Saturday, August 10, 1912
make up this attractive novel of
the Southland. The character**
FUNCTION OF THE VICE COMMISSION.
are exceedingly well drawn. •
Beggars and Scorners, by Allan
MeAulay. $1.25. John Yane
In the course o f reported interviews with Councilmen and others
Co., New York City.
respecting tlie subject of public dancing, it appears to be the opinion
An historical novel well worth
in some quarters at least that the Vice Commission is charged with the
reading— harking back to the tri
regulation of such matters. One of the Councilmen is credited with a
umphs won in a similar depart
statement which indicates that belief.
ment by Charles Major— depicting
Frequently lias it been averred by those who are skeptical re the struggles, intrigues, loves ami
7th and Alder Sts. Matinee daily.
garding the intent and efficacy o f the present city administration that hates of Scotch Jacobite exiles iD Week commencing Monday Mat
Holland, after the memorable bat i
the creation of the Vice Commission was a move of evasion, a shifting tie of Culloden in Scotland in inee, August 12— Special engage
of responsibility by which the administration might disregard certain 1745, when the English army, un ment. the Four Bard Brothers,
conditions on the ground that their investigation and regulation lay der the Duke of Cumberland, prsenting a routine o f sensational
smashed the hopes of Bonnif
within the province of the Commission. So far as the declared func Prince Charlie and his adherents acrobatics which have astounded
theatre goers of three continents.
tions of the Viee Commission are concerned all such opinion was ill-
Eldon & Co., imitations of illu
AT THE LYRIC.
sionists. Imperial Dancing Four,
For the eleventh week of their in terpsichorean novelties. Billy
The Vice Commission wras created for the purpose o f investigating
vice conditions in this city and reporting thereon from time to time to stay in this city the popular Arm- Broad, that povial burnt cork com
srong Follies Company, commen edian. Pantagescope, latest ani
the Mayor and City Council, submitting with reports whatever recom
cing with next Monday matinee, mated events. Extra added at
mendations for the abolishment, or the regulation of viee it might see
Auugst 12th. will present at the traction, Mr. Charles Morati pre
fit to present. The Viee Commission has not thus far made many re Lyric theatre the exhilirating sents that sterling musical organi
ports, its time being engaged in the conduct of investigation ; but upon musical mixture entitled, “ Fas zation, The Morati Grand Opera
investigation and the submission o f reports its task is done. It will cinating F lo.” This will serve to Co., in “ Le Mardi Gras de Paris”
then be up to the City Council to adopt or reject the measures which again introduce the Ethel Davis Popular prices. Matinee daily.
who will be seen in the part of Boxes and first row balcony re
the Commission shall see fit to recommend.
Flo. Miss Davis has been spend served. Box office open from 10
The assumption that the Vice Commission is vested with broader ing her first vacation in five years a. m. to 10 p. m. Phones: A 2236
functions, is, however, one that raises a consideration of some import at Seaside and returns to take up Main 4636. Curtain 2:30, 7:15
ance. Concerning those matters that are of more direct bearing on the the reins o f leading lady with this
and 9 p. ni.
social and moral life of the city it might be well that their control and clever aggregation of entertainers.
E CO U N T Y C O U RT OF T H E S T A TE
“ Fascinating F lo ” is one of those IN T H OF
OREGON. FO R T H E CO U N TY
regulation should be placed in the hands of a special body or commiss
U L TN O M A H
warm-weather productions where In the M atter OF o f M the
ion which ought to be selected from the citizenship of the best material, there are plenty of opportunities* L O l'I S X. BISSON N ETT,
N OTIC E OF P R IV A T E SALE.
and that would serve without pay. There is a splendid field in a city to laugh and enjoy catchy music
N otice is hereby given that in pursuance
o f an order o f the above-en titled court made
like Portland for a social service board or commission that could make and funny comedy without exert on the 23rd duy o f July. 1912, in the m at
ter o f the estate o f L ou is N. Bissonnett, d e
the undersigned, the adm inistrator of
a close and continuous study of social data in all interrelated forms, ing oneself following a plot. Will ceased.
said estate, w ill sell at p rivate sale, subject
to confirm ation b y the above-en titled court,
with power, at, least, to take the initiative in regulation and control.
the follow in g d escrib ed real p roperty, together
usual will carry the comedy roles, w ith the im provem en ts thereon, to -w it:
All that certain tract or portion o f land
Ralph BeVan will be east in a situated in M ultnom ah County, State o f O re
gon, m ore p articu larly describ ed as bein g the
suitable role and dainty Clara east half o f L ot 12 and the east half o f Lot
PARTNERS WITH VICE.
13, B lock 3, V ern on A d dition to the city o f
Howard will in her winsome way Portland, M ultnom ah County, Oregon.
Said sale w ill he made on M onday, the
Ex-Mayor Northey, o f Huntington, is not hurt in the least, it ap earn new admirers to her already 26th
day o f August. 1912. at 10 o ’ clock A.
M. o f said day, at room 514 ( ’ ouch buildin g,
Portland, O regon, in said city, county and
pears, by the summary demand of Governor West that he resign his
two performances nightly, a mat state. Term s o f said sale w ill be cash.
D ated this the 24th dav o f Ju ly, 1912.
official position and his ¡dace as cashier of Huntington hank as well, inee daily, the athletic night by
V. A. B R E W E R ,
L. I). M ^H O N E ,
A dm inistrator.
for the public good. Hut he gracefully remarks that the Governor is
A ttorn ey for the Estate, 513 -51 4-51 5
chorus girls’ contest on Friday
D ate o f first publication, Ju ly 27.
a dandy, and gets out. From which it is evident that the ex-Mayor night after each performance.
D ate o f last pu b lication , August 24.
and ex-enshier is a philosopher as well as an associate—officially—o f
Entered in P ostoffice at Portland, O regon, as second-class m atter.
wiécèoécéCBi*. n z é o é c
VISIT BY THE SEA
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RUN ON THE SANDY SHORE
Did you know you could reach this delightful care-slaying,
SUM M ER RESORT
by taking the
O .-W .
Then down the
I COLUMBIA RIVER via STEAMERS
“ T. J. POTTER,” “ HASSALO” and “ HARVEST QUEEN”
Wher trains connect with boats for North Beach Points.
Phone Ash-street Dock or City Tickt Office, Third and
Washington streets, for reservation and take a
REST BY THE SEA.
BAGGAGE STORED THREE DAYS FREE
Baggage & Omnibus
General Transfering and Storage
Main Office and Warehouse
PARK AN D DAVIS STS., PORTLAND
Telephones: Main 6980, A 3322
grafters, marquereaux, gamblers and the riffraff and off scourings of
wide-open frontier town. W e draw this interesting conclusion from
Northey’s own remarks and from the record as furnished hv the Gov
There lias been a gross defiance of decency and law at Huntington
for many months. The officials have done nothing to protect the pub
lic ami it is evident that they have actively countenanced gambling,
prostitution and all sorts of viee. and have not been vigilant in the
prosecution of other crimes growing out of these shocking conditions.
The plea is made that it is a railroad town and these things cannot be
Then Heaven help the town and the railroad men. The facts are
they always are in such eases that the saloons and gamblers and
the scarlet women were in a partnership of lawless effort to get the
money away from the railroad employes and any others; and the con
spiracy extended to the business community, or a part of it. The money
was “ circulated” and everybody got his little hit.
Shame on such
When a mayor or town marshal or a sheriff tolerates the infam
ous collusion between whiskey, gambling and prostitution, and decent
people are helpless. Governor West is right in taking a hand. If he
cannot suppress chronic disorder or persistent and notorious vice, ex
cept by calling out the National Guard, let him call out the National
A BUNCOED MAN.
It cost Bernhard Frioscn of Dallas $11(M> to learn that the hahit-
day «is always loaded.
teel gentleman gained his eonfidenee and explained how the two might
make $1500 each in a few minutes.
It was the old game in a new way.
ting a lot of money for nothing.
Back o f it was the plan of get
We all seem possessed of innate de
sire for quick riches, and no questions asked.
Anyway. Friesen. like thousands before him. jumped at the chance
for easy money, and got skinned out o f $1100.
Probably the time will never come when blaeklegs and bunco ar
tists w on’t find victims.
Barnum was right.
Wo insist on being humbugged.
If one thing more than another proves the ability of the International
Correspondence Schools, of Scranton, to raise the salaries of poorly paid
but ambitious men and women— to raise YOUR salary— it is the monthly
average of .100 letters VOLUNTARILY written by students telling of
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YOU don’t live so far away that the I. C. S. cannot reach you. Pro
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that the I. C. S. cannot help you. Your c^rcupation is not such that
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done, mark and mail the attached coupon.
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nalh benevolent stranger who happens around on a Wild West show
Frieaen had sold his farm, and the money was in the hank.
E very M onth
Add to the three hundred students heard from every month, the other
successful students not heard
International Correspondence Schools
from, and you have some idea of
the tremendous salary-raising
P leaze exp la in , w ltnoat fa rth e r o b lig a tio n on my
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power of the I. C. S.
p r o le a t lo a b efore w h ich 1 have m arked X
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