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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1908.
RALPH HOYT HEW
Directors of Floral Jubilee
Name Him President
TO GIVE $100,000 SHOW
xt Tear's PnnonMntlon Will Be
Bigger, Better and More Beau
tiful Than Either of For
new omenta Portland rose
President, Raph W. Hoyt.
rimt Tice-presldent. Julius L. Meter.
Second Tlca-presfdent. Edward Cook-1r-ham.
Third Tlce-presldent. C. A. Bigelow.
Pecre'ary. Dr. Emmet Drak.
Treasurer. R. D. Inman.
Portland's third annual rose festival Is
to be hlKfrer, better and more beautiful
than either of the two previous ones.
Every effort will be made by the stalwart
citizens behind the movement to raise
r public subscription the sum of $100.
X to defray the expenses of a civic
demonstration of a week s duration which
shall. In every way. be worthy of the
city's magnitude and progressive spirit.
Last year It was attempted to raise that
sum. but the financial depression of last
Winter militated against producing a
jubilee of the broad scope at first In
tended. With prosperity and constantly
bettering conditions In all fields of Indus
try, it Is now felt that Portland can
an.- will reach the high goal set for the
festival of next year, the date of which
hu been fixed for the week of June 7
to II. Inclusive.
Last night's annual meeting was one
of the most enthusiastic public meetings
of that character ever held, and as has
already been Intimated. Ralph W. Hoyt.
eashler of the Merchants National Bank,
was chosen unanimously on the first bal
lot as president of the third annual fes
tival. Ralph Hojt Popular Choice.
Mr. Hoyt accepted the honor In a char
acteristically enthusiastic speech and said
that there waa no other way out of it
but that Portland must give a celebration
that shall be not only of a National but
international Importance and that he will
Co his part to make It so If the rest of
the stockholders and directors of the fes
tival and public In general will help him.
Led by retiring President C. A. "White
more, other prominent festival workers
bespoke for Mr. Hoyt the heartiest sup
port for hta administration. And Imme
diately following adjournment every one
of the 30 stockholders present assured the
new president of their earnest loyalty,
ao that the work for the coming year bids
fair to start off more auspiciously than
It ever did before.
The stockholders met In the rooms
t the Rose Festival Association In the
wetland building-, with more than 20
present In person and about 25 more
represented by proxies. The report of
retiring President C. A. Whltemore and
Treasurer Ralph W. Hoyt showed that
out of the J3J.50O originally pledged all
but about $1300 had been collected, and
that the Festival had nearly $S00 In
eaBh In the bank as a nest-egg for the
celebration of 1909.
w Directors Elected.
The first matter of importance was
the election of a board of 21 directors.
This resulted as follows: R. D. Inman,
H. L. Plttock, E. W. Rowe, G. L
Hutchin, C. A. Whltemore. W. W. John
son. Alex Sweek. E. B. McFarland.
Julius L. Meier, W. M. Davis, R. W.
Hoyt, Adolphe Wolfe.s M. C. Dickinson.
H. C. Wortman, H. C. McAllister, F. O.
Downing, J. F. Carroll. Emmet Drake.
K. Cook Ingham, William McMurray and
C. A .Bigelow.
Following the selection of the board
of directors the stockholders adjourned,
and President Whltemore, of the 190S
Festival, called the newly - elected
directors together after they had been
sworn in. The election of officers for
the ensuing year followed. Ralph W.
Hoyt received several nominations for
president and was elected and induct
ed Into office amid applause. The
other offices were filled as follows:
First vice-president. Julius L. Meier;
second vice-president, Edward Cook
Ingham: third vice-president;:; C. A.
Bigelow: secretary. Dr. Emmet Drake
(re-elected); treasurer, R. D. Inman.
Hutcblns' Management Praised.
The matter of a general manager to
.succeed George L. Hutchin was next con
sidered, and President Hoyt was urged
. by no fewer than a dozen of the directors
. present to reappoint Mr. Hutchin, which
' faithful and enthusiastic service of the
. past year was praised without stint,
i President Hoyt said he would defer the
- appointment until the next meeting, ai
' though It is almost a certainty that Gen
eral Manager Hutchin will be named to
' succeed himself, because of his broad
experience In festival work and his close
! familiarity with the work here.
The directors paid tribute to the busi
; ness men of the Bast Side for the warm
! hearted way in which they had supported
the Festival of last June and for having
a representative delegation present at last
night's meeting. The East Side Business
Men's Club was represented by President
C A. Bigelow. George Atchley and H. A.
.t'alef. The directors were In turn assured
' that the East Side would do even better
next year than they had In the big
demonstration of this year.
By unaanlmous vote the Portland Rose
Society was Invited to co-operate with
trie Festival Association In preparing for
the next year's demonstration, and Presi
dent E. B. McFarland. who was present,
declared that he would take great pleas
ure In conveying the Invitation to the
society and would take steps' at once to
have a committee appointed to work with
the executive committee of the Festival.
Will Name Executive Committee.
President Hoyt said he desired a few
days time In which to select his execu
tive committee for the reason that the
bulk of the work of planning- and ar
ranging for the Festival will devolve
upon the six men whom,he will select
for this committee. As soon as he has
designated his associates In this work
he will call a meeting at which pre
liminary arrangements for the inau
guration of the financial campaign will
be taken up. It is hoped to have every
thing in readiness to begin a sweeping
crusade to raise funds for the 1909
jubilee not later than the first of next
Just prior to adjournment letters
were read from civic bodies of a num
ber of Eastern cities which had dis
played marked interest in Portland's
"feast of roses." and they requested
that they be supplied with all litera
ture gotten out. One communication
from a big nursery In Pennsylvania
asked for a set of pictures of the recent
Festival saying It would guarantee a
circulation of 200.000 copies in Its par
ticular field in the East.
It was decided that one of the first
steps taken by the new administration
would be a widespread exploitation
campaign to Interest the East and Mid
Another feature of the work that will
be undertaken early in the campaign
will be the arousinrCof interest among
the cities of the Northwest outside of
Portland. A considerable and most
successful start was made this year,
but the work will be Inaugurated much
earlier this season, and Instead of only
ten outside communities, the Festival
people hope to enlist the support of no
less than 25 towns in Oregon. Wash
ington and Idaho.
The next meeting of the directors
will be held probably some time next
CHURCH GIVES BLESSING
Votes Confidence In Pastor Who
- Married Divorced Woman.
RICHMOND HIIL, U I.. Sept, 8 The
marriage of the Dr. William H. Law-
FUNERAL OK PIONEER MER
CHANT TO BE HELD
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Tbe Late I- H. Lewis.
Funeral services over the re
mains of the late L. H. Lewis,
who died Monday, will be held
Friday' afternoon at 1:30 from
Holman's undertaking establish
ment. Interment will be In Beth
Israel Cemetery. Mr. Lewis was
one of the pioneer merchants of
Portland, coming here when 23
years old. He was a member of
the mercantile firm of Lewis &
Strauss. Mr. Lewis was 67 years
old at the time of his death.
pence, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church,
of this place, to a woman who had pre
viously been divorced, was sustained by
the official board of Trinity Church In
resolutions, adopted yesterday and an
nounced today. It also was announced
officially that after investigation the
board had found that Mrs. Lawrence had
divorced her former husband before Dr.
Lawrence ever had1 courted her.
The resolution adopted by the board ex
tend churchly love and fellowship to the
pastor and his wife, exonerates both from
any blame which may" have been cast
upon them by the publication of false
statements and expresses unshaken con
fidence in the pastor.
Long-north's Stables Bnrned.
CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 8. Congress
man Nlcholaa Longworth'a two-story
brick stable at his Grandin Road home
was completely destroyed by fire early
today, causing a loes estimated at $30,000.
With the stable were burned five car
riages, but the horses and servants who
slept In the stable got out safely. Mr.
and Mrs. Longworth had Just returned
from a party when the fire was discov
ered. NEW YORK. Sept. 8. (Special.) The
following from the Pacific Northwest
registered at New York hotels totlay:
From Portland D. P. Cameron, at the
Murray Hill: A. L. Hart, at the St. Regis.
From Tacoma H. L. Ansart. at the Im
perial; J. McCormick, at the Hoffman.
From Seattle W. R. Welch, at the
Cadlllao: M. Ragley and wife, at the
Hotel Astor: J. Grondahl, at the Navarre;
H E. Barber, B. Terboner. S. H. Schaefer,
at the Imperial; G. Williams, at the Con
tinental. NEW OFFICERS
fee T it-tUm Bfifrv au
Ralph W. Hoyt, President,
C. A. Bigelow, Third Vice-President..
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DOCK FIRE CAUSES
LOSS OF 550,
Blaze at Foot of Washington
Street Gives Department
TWO FIREMEN ARE HURT
Acting Captain Monte and Hoeeman
Charbonereau Struck by Stream
From Flreboat Hose Boat
Does Effective Work.
Fire that caused a loss perhaps of
$50,000 occurred at the Washington
street dock laat night and endangered
the lives of two firemen. The injured
James Monte, acting captain of En
gine Company No. 7, and Ernest Char
bonereau. hoseman. Engine House No.
1. Neither received fatal Injuries.
The fire started about 7 o'clock in a
bale of hay on the dock. It swept
greedily from the hay piles to other
bundles of freight on the dock. After
eating out the lower part of the two
story frame building, the lire climbed
to the upper story and for a time
threatened the destruction of the entire
Fire Chief Campbell, however, arrived
soon after the discovery of the flames,
and directed his fight against the lower
portion of the building. The flreboat
George H. Williams fought the upper por
tion of the flames, and but for its arrival
the whole waterfront would have been
endangered. The flreboat kept a number
of streams of water on the burning
building and held it -down so- that the
firemen had little difficulty in flghtfng
the flames. The flreboat did perhaps the
best work of Its career in extinguishing
last night's fire.
It was the energy of the flreboat which
destroyed the efficacy of 'Acting Captain
Monte. Captain Monte was directing the
action and work of his crew and a stream
from the flreboat struck him. The stream
was powerful, so much so that it took
roofs off the docks where it struck. Strik
ing him. it not only dislocated his arm,
but placed him on the list of injured,
from which it will take weeks to recover.
Hoseman Charbonereau waa Injured In the
Among the losers are: The John Clark
Saddlery Company, which had a lease
on the upper story of the dock. Their
place of business Is 104-106 Front street
and their lossea will, perhaps, be $10,000.
W. B. Glafke. wholesale fruit merchant,
had a quantity of goods In the dock and
his loss will be at least $1000.. B. L.
Cooper & Co., hay and grain dealers,
are big losers- In the Are. They leased
almost entirely the upper story of
the building and It was that part of the
building which suffered the most damage.
This firm sustained a loss of probably
The Banfleld-Veyeey Fuel Company's
loss, is considerable. It leased 25 feet of
floor space on the lower dock and had
perhaps 60 tons of merchandise there
when the fire started. Injury to its prop
erty resulted from the water, for firemen
were not sparing in the use of water.
Their loss will reach $20,000.
An interesting feature in connection
with the fire waa the recollection of the
old fire during the flood of 1S9 when the
engines were placed on a barge and pa
trolled the river. Down fown in Portland
was at that time submerged, the river
reaching tu high as Fifth street. The Fire
Chief secured a barge and equipped It
with sufficient apparatus to fight the fire
which started in the same docks.
The fire was first seen by Aleck
Adler, a newsboy, vafio notified Captain
i Good in his office on the dock. Cap
tain Good called the fire department.
INFORMATION IS DEFECTIVE
John Ilardlgan, Alleged Thief, to Be
Dismissed by Court.
Although he has been held In the County
Jail awaiting trial since May 13, the case
against John Hardigan will be dismissed
this morning, as the information filed
against him is said to allege no crime. It
Is said to be defective In not stating the
owner of the property In a larceny charge.
This will necessitate the bringing of a
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL
Julius L. Meier, Flrat Vice-President.
Dr. Emmet Drake, Secretary.
new action, if the man Is to be indicted,
and binding him over to the grand jury.
Hardigan. it Is said, broke into the sa
loon of W. T. Bush, at 81 First street, on
May 12, and stole a bottle of brandy and
an empty flask. Beside this he took from
the till small change, It is asserted, to
the value of $1.95.- The original informa
tion was never sighed, either by the ex
Dlstrlct Attorney or one of his deputies.
The Hardigan case had been set for to
day, but upon looking up the Information
Deputy District Attorney Fitzgerald found
Hot it wnuM h of no itRA to orosecute
thA case UDon the Information, and will
aak the court to dismiss it. .
Judge Morrow Trying First Case.
Circuit Judge R. G. Morrow is trying
his first case. It Is that of Peter- Sonsun
against the Portland Railway Company
for $5117 damages because of a collision
between a streetcar and a dray at Sixth
and Gllsan streets. Sonsun who is a
driver for the Oregon Transfer Company,
was crossing the track with two horses
and a dray the morning of January 24,
1907, when a west-bound car suddenly
struck him. He testified that he waa
knocked off the wagon and sustained per
manent injuries. He says he had no
warning of the approaching car, while it
Is the contentfon of the railway company
that the motorman was continually sound
ing his gong, but that Sonsun drove his
team onto the track when the car waa
only a short distance away. Although the
motorman reversed the motor . and ap
plied the brakes, It Is contended that the
accident was unavoidable.
FUNDS FOR REPUBLICANS
CEXTRAIi COMMITTEE WILL
RAISE .LARGE SUM.
Conference of Leaders In Campaign
Action Will Soon Be Held
"In This City.
Republican headquarters In suite 200 of
the Chamber of Commerce building will
be opened formally this morning, follow
ing the return of W. M. Cake, chairman
of the State Central Committee, who has
been spending a few days at the seaside.
Chairman Cake la expected today to an
nounce the appointment of Clifton N. Mc
Arthur' as the new secretary of the State
Four of the five members of the finance
committee held a conference yesterday,
but It was arnounced that nothing definite
would be done before the latter part of
the week, when Chairman Cake and Dr.
H. W. Coe, the fifth member of the com
mittee, can be present. Those attending
the meeting were Ralph H. Williams, Na
tional committeeman and chairman of the
committee; ex-State Senator C. W. Hod
son, ex-State Senator Slg Sichel and
Major J. P. Kennedy, chairman of the
Multnomah County Central Committee.
Mr. McArthur, who is slated for the sec
retaryship, was present.
Chairman Williams declined to discuss
the result of the conference except to say
that It consisted only of a preliminary
discussion of plans that will be recom
mended when the committee meets for
mally later in the week. It was not the
desire of the members present to take any
decisive action in the absence of Chair
man Cake and Dr. Coe.
About 20,000 lithographs of the Republi
can Presidential nominees have been re
ceived at state headquarters and the dis
tribution of these in the several counties
will be the first work to be performed by
the committee. Other literature also will
be sent out and a request will be made of
the National Committee for competent
campaign speakers for this state. The
primary work, however, will be raising
LADY BALTIMORE CAKE
Free Cooking-School in the 'Base
ment Annex of the Honeyman
Hardware Company's Store.
Today Mrs. T. B. Wheelock, the cele
brated cook and demonstrator, will
teach you how. to make the Lady Balti
more cake. Do not fail to be on hand
this morning at 10:80.
The menu for today Is as follows:
10:30 A. M.
Lady Baltimore Cake.
v Peach Farina Pudding.
2:30 P. M.
Baseball Player Weds.
MARSHFIELD. Or.. Sept. 8. Special.)
Harry R. Gardner, the Portland pitcher
who won the pennant for the Coquille
baseball team, haa been married to Miss
Retta Johnson at that place. The wed
ding occurred Saturday night.
dward Cooklncbam, Second Vice
R. D. Inman, Treasurer.
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We have striking examples
of persons whoopened their
first small bank account with us
and who now have large ac
counts. They have thus gained
method as well as thrift by sub
jecting themselves to business
requirements in the conduct of
their business affairs.
This company renders every
assistance consistent with safety
to its depositors, and places no
limit on amount required to
open an account.
Savings 6 Trust
247 Washington Street,
PROPEHTY-DWNEHS TO PAY
WATER-MAIX REPAIR RESPOX
City Attorney Renders Opinion on
Matter Affecting Number of Im
AH repairs to city water mains should
be charged to benefited property, ac
cording to an opinion furnished to the
members of the Water Board at Its ses
sion yesterday afternoon by City Attorney
This settles one of the most important
questions that have come up with the
inauguration of the new system of laying
mains, under the amendment to the
charter, voted by the people and sustained
by the Supreme Court. With this dis
posed of, a large number of repairs will
be made In the system throughout the
city, for which the property-owners must
Mr. Kavanaugh also gave the members
of the Water Board an opinion in regard
to the question whether the Board has
the right to proceed with the laying of
mains under the old system, which were
ordered prior to the new law taking
effect. The opinion is that the mains that
were previously ordered should be laid
and paid for out of the regular water
fund. There are a number of these, some
with special features, and the members
hesitated to order any new mains laid
under the old plan until certain minor
questions are answered by Mr. Kavan
augh In these specific caaes.
One of these mains la wanted on Tilla
mook street, between Fourteenth and
Twenty-sixth streets, and the full sup
port of the Holladay-Irvlngton Improve
ment Association is behind the attempt
to secure this main. It was ordered more
than a year ago, when It was represented
to the members of the Board that a bltu
llthlc pavement waa soon to be laid, and
that the property-owners wanted the main
laid in advance.
The matter was almost forgotten, when
the Improvement Association sent a rep
resentative to the Board two weeks ego
and sought to ascertain whythe main
had never been laid. Investigation showed
that the pavement bad never been ordered
in, and that was the reason the Board
has not put in the water main. It now
develops that the property - owners
changed their petition from bitulithic to
asphalt, and as the pavement is soon to
be laid, they are clamoring for their
Mayor Lane and the majority of the
members. however. after considering
the matter for an hour or more,
decided that it Is a fit sub
ject for City Attorney Kavanaugh
end his deputies to ponder over, and re
ferred it for an opinion as to whether the
Board can proceed to put In the main
with funds from the regular appropriation
for the extension of mains under the old
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Joiwph Crowston and wits to W. E.
Shally, 47 acrea In Sec. 83, T. 1 N..
J 4 E I S.000
C H. Pry and wife to A. J. Zertluh,
lot 13 and 14, block S, G rma.nl a
" Add 10
Q. A. Cobb and wife to Melcholr
Frutlirr t el., low 3 ,4, T. 8, and
10, block 13. College Place T.5O0
Amanda McHolland t al. to Helen B.
Lel&nd. 85 squara rode In See. 1.
T 1 K., R. 2 E. : a! ia acres in
Bee. 1. T. 1 N.. R. 2 B 8.000
H. L. Hamblet. trustae. to Horace
Blgney, lots and 10. block 15,
Fnlrport Add 48r
J. W. McHolland and wife to T. K.
McHolland. undivided H of W. 4
of lot 4 and W. Vl of south 10 fet
of lot S. block 2. Byrnes' Add 1,000
Frank Wolf and wlf to Carl Nechy
ba and wlfa, 1 acre commencing at
N. TV. corner of Sec. 3, T. 1 N.,
R. 2 E oo
Security Saving & Trust Company to
Laura Booth, lot 1, b!ock 32. Bel!
M G. McKen and wife to Frank
Walker, lot 2. ' block 28, Jamea
John's Add. to Bt. John 1.200
The preldnt and trute of Tualatin
Academy and Pacific University to
Richard William, lota 1 and 2,
block 230. city 10
8ecurlty Saving as TruM Ce. to Loui
a. ABParaon. lot 14. block 35, Belle
Nloa Bartholomew to Llllle Conasr,
lot 12. block 13. Ina Park 300
N. D.- Simon and wife to A. O. Hall,
lot 6. 6. 7. 8 and . block 24,
Point View - T23
Chari Adame et al. to Charie M.
Nelon. lot and 4. block 217.
Holladay' Add 10
Arleta Land Co. to S. F. Rlchardeon,
lot 12 and 13. block 15. Elberta... 25
Gertrude Hoffman to A. J. Ally, lot
19 and 20, block 13, Santa Rora
Park Add 400
rlnon, lot 14. block 3. Center Add. 300
Juletta R. Hobon to Agnea S. Pat
tron. lot 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. and 7.
and eouth ft of lot 8. block 2. Cry
tal Spring Park 3,000
Christina MacConnell to Ellia Crow,
lot a and 10, block 20. Lincoln
W. S. Davl and wife to C. E. Fl:d,
lot 1. blo,-k 8, Tabaaco Add 10
Edmund Bailey and wife to C. B.
Field, lot 4. block 1. Willamette. 10
John P. Sharkey aad wife to C. E
Field, block 111, amended pla tof
Brr.eat J. Peck and wife to Mary J.
Emily, lot 2. block "B." Shelly
ubdivllon of block 26, Southern
Portland VV - w " "
H W. Donkel and wife to J. M. Mm
ley and wife, lot 21. block 41. Tre
M J. Cahn and wife to Florence Hod
son lota 8 and T. block 8. Saratoga 500
J L. Dubol and wife to -William B.
Smith, lot 6. 7, 8 and 9, block 3.
Cameron' Add. :'"V."
V, A. Sneer to T. C: Wilson and wife.
lot T, block 1. Sunnyide 450
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nomlca Commercial Conrae aftorda thoroucn rep
aration for Buslnea.
Location unaurpe4. Elfhtr acres of
Laraeat Gymnaatnm In the West,
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for yeans mea suad fcoy.
Accredited to Stanford,
Berkeley, Cornell. Amherst
and all state suatvemlrlea
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A select school for boya
Located eiaht mile outh
ot Tacoma. on Laka Stall
acoom. Modern building-.
A healthy country school
Ufa for boy: pur water,
wholesome food, outdoor
exerci and drill In
tructlon thorough and per
sonal Prepare for colleg
and bulne life. Special
college preparatory coure
and Instruction In Ian-
fuags. Best Instruction In
reach and German. Fait
term begins Bepiember 1".
190S. For full Information
address D. S. PL'LIOKD.
Principal. South Tacoma.
Washington. B. F. D.
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