Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 04, 1910, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE MORNING OKEGONIAN, MONDAY, JUIT 4, 1910.
9
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
OBEGOKlAN TtLEFHOSEl
Pacific States. Horn.
CountJns-room Main 7070 A 6095
City Circulation Main 7070 A 0095
Managing Editor Main 707O A 8095
Sunday Editor..... Main 7070 A 6095
Composing-room . . Main 7070 A 6095
City Editor .......Main 7070 A 6095
6upt. Buildings Main 7070 A 6095
. AMUSEMENTS.
DRPHETJM THEATER Morrlson between
Sixth and Seventh) Vaudeville- Tbla
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER Thlrd. between Tam
hlll and Taylor) Baker Stock Company In
"The Three of Us. Thla afternoon at 2:18
and tonlsht at 8:15.
GRAND THEATER Park and Washington)
Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:16; to
night at 7:30 and .
X-TRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Armstrong; Musical Comedy Company In
Affinity Beach. ' This afternoon at 2:80
and tonight at 7:30 and H.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Motion pictures. Continuous, from 1:80 to
10:80 P. M.
OAKS PARK (O. W. P. carllne) Literati's
concert band, this afternoon and tonight.
OREGONIAK AT RESORTS.
For the quickest delivery of The
Oregon lan at Summer resorts, sub
scribe through the following agents.
City rates. Subscriptions by mall are
payable invariably in advance.
Ocean Park D. E. Beechey.
Injc Keaoh Strauhal & Co.
Seavlew Aberdeen Store.
Ilwaco Ry. Co. News agent.
Colombia Beach M. L. Gallagher.
Gearhart Park R. 3. Fair hurst.
Seaside Dresser A Co.
Bay Ocean Weaver A Weaver.
Pacific City 1. F. Edmonds.
Newport Geo. Sylvester.
Carson. Wash. Mineral Springs
Hotel Co.
St. Martin's Springs Charles G.
Sawyer.
Collins Springs C. T. Belcher.
Liquor Sellers Arrested. A charge
tf selling three bottles of beer and a
flask of whisky on 9unday landed Bruno
Nickol, proprietor of the Baumann Hotel,
412 Nineteenth street, in the toils of the
law yesterday. With him was arrested
George Steward, who was held as the in
termediary "boot-legger." The beer was
BtlU cold when taken to the police sta
tion. The arrest was made by Patrolmen
R, O. Kelson and F. L. Cameron. They
were in plain clothes. Xlckol recognized
Cameron and asked him if he was not on
the police force. Cameron replied that
he had been out for a "joy-ride" and had
been dismissed. Steward then went to
the hotel and brought out the drinks,
whereupon he and Xickol were placed
tinder arrest. They were released under
bail of $25 each.
Milwaukib Street to Be Paved. The
Portland Railway, Light & Power Com
pany Is relaying its tracks on Milwaukie
street between Powell and Holgate
Btreets, preparatory to the improvement
of Milwaukie with hard-surface pave
ment Also t"he street is torn up by con
tractors who are putting down the sewers
and lateral connections. For the present,
the street is obstructed and vehicles have
difficulty in getting through on the nar
row roadway reserved. This stretch if
Milwaukie, between Holgate and Powell,
Is the first part only of the street which
la to be paved from Hawthorne avenue
through to Sellwood In the course of
time.
Bartender Is Arrested. George Cole
man, a bartender, was arrested yesterday
afternoon on a charge of larceny and
was held in jail for lack of J250 bail.
Coleman was employed by Colonel J. F.
Harvey, at 301 Burnside street Harvey
has been missing goods from hia place
Tor some time and asked that the officer
on the beat keep a watch on the place.
Yesterday being Sunday, the saloon was
not open, but Patrolman Post says he ob
served Coleman go in and come out again
with a bottle of beer and a large bundle
Df cigars. He then made the arrest.
Coleman will be given a preliminary
hearing Tuesday.
Mrs. Esch's Funeral Is Held. The
funeral of Mrs. Frances Platz Ksch, who
died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Francis Korsole, 52 East Twelfth street
North, Friday.swas held yesterday from
St. Francis Church. East Eleventh and
Blast Oak streets, where requiem mass
was celebrated. Mrs. Esch was 52 years
of age. Members of Portland Circle,
No. 65, "Women of Woodcraft, of which
Mrs. Esch had been a member, attended
the funeral.
Thomas Downey's Funeral Held.
The funeral of Thomas Downey, who
died at his home, 6164 Commercial street,
July 1. was held yesterday from St.
Mary's Church, Williams avenue and
Btanton street. Burial was made in River
view Cemetery. Mr. Downey was 54
years of age. He had been a member
of Prospect Camp, Woodmen of the
World, and also of the Yeomen order.
Sandt to Celebrate. Citizens of Sandy
will hold their usual Fourth of July cele
bration today in Mienlg Park under the
auspices of the Sandy Grange, Patrons of
Husbandry. John J. Jeffries, of Portland,
will deliver the main address. The Dec
laration of Independence will be read by
Miss Anna Channing. There will be races
and other amusements during the day.
Monet Out for Montavilla Lierart.
The outdoor entertainment given last
week for the benefit of the Montavilla
library and reading room realized $165,
which will be a great help in carrying
the expenses of the reading room for
smother year. Fraternal orders and
churches joined In this entertainment.
The Board of Medical Examiners for
the State of Oregon will hold the reg
ular July examinations of applicants
for state medical and osteopathic
licenses at the Lincoln High School
building. Fourteenth and Morrison
streets, July 5, 6 and 7. The examina
tions begin at 9 o'clock. A. M.
No Saloon License to Be Issued.
The Estacada Council decided at a spe
cial meeting Wednesday night not to
Issue any saloon license. The straw
vote, taken Monday, was 38 in favor of
license and 37 against. A mass meeting
was held Tuesday night to protest against
any saloon license.
CrxEBRATioN at Vancouvsr the Fourth,
steamer lone will make four round trips
leaving Washington-st. dock at 8:30 A. M.,
12:30, 4:30 and 8:30 P. M-. returning will
leave Vancouver at 10:30 A. M., 2:30, 6:30
and 10:30 P. M. Fare 28 cents.
Liquor Sellino Charged. Mace Craft
was arrested by Patrolmen Springer and
Cofer at Albina avenue and Goldsmith
street yesterday afternoon, on a charge
of selling liquor on Sunday. He will be
tried Tuesday morning.
Trollet Excursions today to Estaca
da and Upper Clackamas River points, 75
cents round trip. Trains leave East
Water and Morrison streets every hour
from 6:50 A. M. to 6:50 P. M. Tickets
must be purchased.
Races! Races! Races!
The returns of the big fight will be re
ceived by round at the racetrack July 4.
even good races. Admission 50 cents. In
cluding grandstand.
Races! Races! Races! Riverside Driv
ing Club, Saturday and Monday, July 3
and 4- Ten good races at Portland Coun
try Club. Admission 60 cents. Including
grandstand.
. Band Concert.
Given by the business men of Burnside
St., bet. Fourth and Fifth, from 8 until 11
P. M. July 4. Colonel Harvey, chairman.
Trolley Trips today to Oregon City,
45 cents round trip. Trains leave East
Water and East Morrison streets every 30
minutes, on the hour and half hour.
PR. E. C. Brcwn. Bye, Ear; Marquam.
Watch Woosier's, 4QS Wa.
Indian Fighter Dies. C. O. Force, who
came to the Oregon country 68 years
ago with his father, James Venderbilt
Force, died yesterday forenoon at his
home in St. John after several months'
illness. He was 71 years old. The
family crossed the plains in 1S42. settling
at Oregon City, and afterward taking a
donation land claim near Salem. The
family then moved to The Dalles where
O. C. Force's father and mother both
died. Mr. Force was an Indian War
veteran and a member of - Multnomah
Camp of Indian War Veterans, North
Pacific Department. He served In the
Indian wars of 1855 and 1856. A widow,
but no children, survives him. Mrs.
Adams, wife of J. H. Adams, employed
on the Burnside-street bridge, is a sister.
Also Mrs. D. W. Edwards, of Twin Falls,
Idaho, is a sister. The funeral was not
arranged yesterday, but will probably
be held tomorrow under the auspices of
the Indian War veterans.
Lunatic Is Fighter. Three officers
were needed to arrest Pete Ghigliazza,
an Italian living on Columbia Boule
vard, Saturday afternoon. The man, who
has been In this country only a few
months, has developed a homicidal mania.
His condition was reported to the police
by a number of men in the employ of the
demented man's brother, who said that
they were afraid for their lives while
Ghigliazza was around, as he had made
several vicious knife-plays. The man's
brother seemed willing that he should
be taken into custody, but demurred at
filing an information against him. The
unfortunate man fought fiercely until
overpowered by the officers. He will
probably be deported, as he comes under
the ban of the immigration laws.
O attain Moore Returns. Captain of
Detectives J. T. Moore returned to Port
land yesterday from a visit of three
weeks to his boyhood home at Hamilton,
Mo. While away. Captain Moore was
the guest of his brother, George W.
Moore, a monument builder and well-to-do
citizen of Hamilton. Captain Moore
went East upon receipt of news that ,his
mother, who is 82 years old, was dying.
He arrived to find her much better than
he expected and able fully to enjoy a
visit from her son. Captain Moore had
been away from his home for 27 years.
Missouri is prosperous, but Portland is
the best place, he says.
Auto Kills Valuable) Doo. A valu
able dog owned by G. J. Johnson, of
371 Union avenue, was run over by an
automobile bearing the number 1306 Sat
urday night, at Broadway street and
Union avenue. The dog was so severely
Injured that it had to be killed, and
Patrolman Cash was called in to put it
out of its misery.
Cream of Corn, baked halibut and
tomato sauce, macaroni and cheese, roast
beef and Yorkshire pudding, lamb chops,
creamed potatoes, green peas, string
beans, fruit salad, coldslaw, gooseberry
tarts, queen of pudding, vanilla ice cream
and cake, on the menu at the Woman's
Exchange, 186 Fifth street.
Bachelor Club opens Thursday, July
7, strictly first-class rooms for men only
in building formerly occupied by the
Arlington Club; new furnishings through
out, best of hotel service. W.. H. O'Neill,
133 West Park.
Entertainers. Ben Davis, Ed Leigh
ton and Bob Forrest at Twelve-Mile
House, afternoon and evening.
Jeffries-Johnson Fight returns at the
Oaks Tavern. Meals a la carte. All kinds
of liquors served. .
UNDERWRITING TO HELP
BRIDGE BOXD GUARANTEE EX
PECTED TO AID SALE.'
Seventh-Street Business Men Say
Opposition. Will Not Be Permit
ted to Delay Work.
With more than half the $250,000
issue of the Broadway bridge boi.ds
subscribed for. and the determination
of Seventh street business men to
organize a company to underwrite the
bonds, thus guaranteeing to investors
that they will be paid with interest.
Mayor Simon and others Interested in
the erection of the new bridge for the
relief of congested traffic conditions,
expect that work will be begun in the
near future.
While the original bond issue was
$2,000,000, only $250,000 worth are being
offered for sale now, this amount being
sufficient to start the work. It is not
thought necessary for the city to pay
Interest on the entire $2,000,000 until
the money is demanded to pay ir. ac
tual construction work.
A meeting of business men is to be
held tomorrow night, when an under
writing company will be formed a-d
the bonds guaranteed.
Owners of property on Seventh
street believe it is owners of property
on Third street on the west side and
on Oregon street on the East side who
are opposing the erection of the bridge,
and they are determined that opposi
tion shall not t.. . irt the will of Mult
nomah County's voters, as expressed at
the last election. While the larger part
of the Albina traffic probably will go
over the new Broadway bridge. It is
evident also that the congested condi
tion of the steel bridge at present calls
for other means of crossing the river
in this part of the city.
Seventh street property owners think
they are acting more unselfishly, for at
a recent meeting, called for the pur
pose of raising money to fight the
Kiernan suit, the sentiment was ex
pressed that if the engineers of the city
or anyone else could show a better
landing place than Seventh street for
the proposed bridge, they would refuse
to give a cent to bring It to Seventh
street.
The plan for the new O. R. & N.
bridge, which will take the place of the
Steel bridge, is to make the east side
landing at Oregon street Instead of
Holladay avenue, while the west side
landing will be the same as that of the
old bridge on Third street.
LIHERATI PROGRAMMES.
The following are the concert pro
grammes at the Oaks this afternoon
and evening:
Afternoon.
March, "Chief in Command". . .Liberati
Piccolo solo. Polka A. Damm
Mr. Pfeifer.
Waltz. "Espana" Waldteufel
"Blue and Gray Patrol" Dalbey
"American Fantasia" Tobanl
"Hungarlsches Lustpiel". . . Keler Bela
Baritone Solo "Non ever" Mattel
Sig. De Luchi.
"War Songs of the Boys in Blue"
Laurendean
Contralto solo, "Killarney"
Miss Dinsmore.
"Uncle Sam" Dalbey
Evening.
March. "Just in Time" Liberati
Duet for flute and horn Title
Mr. Pfeifer and Mr. Colletti.
Waltz. "Regimental Hop" Liberati
Soprano solo, "Samson and Delila"
-, Salnt-Saens
Miss K. Klarer.
"War Memories" Dalbey
Contralto solo, "Habanero Carmen"
.; - Bizet
Miss Dinsmore.
Duet. "Crucifix" ,.Faure
Miss K. Klarer and Sig. G. de Luchi.
"Jubel Overture" Weber
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland restaurant. Fine private apart
ments for ladies. 305 Wash., near 6th St.
TJ'Ren Has Petitions.
SALEM, Or .July. -.(SpeciaJ W. S, ,
M
Gnoice
City
ortgages
For Sale by
Portland Trust Company
BANK
8. E. CORNER THIRD AND OAK .STREETS
TJ'Ren is expected at the Statehouse from
Oregon City tomorrow with a bundle of
petitions and arguments. It is understood
he has from three to Ave measures which
he wishes to file. Tomorrow Is his last
chance for filing affirmative arguments,
but until next Thursday is given for the
filing of initiative petitions and what
documents he has of this nature may not
be filed until then.
AMBULANCE IS NEEDED
HUMANE SOCIETY RAISING
FUNDS FOR ITS WORK.
Personal Work Results In Better
Treatment by Owners of Horses
Engaged in Heavy Work.
Announcement of a plan to raise
funds to buy an animal ambulance was
made yesterday at the annual meeting
of the Oregon Humane Society. The
ambulance is greatly needed and would
be a distinct help to the society's work.
Miss E. .B. Harrison, of the Seward
hotel, has this work In charge. She
reported, that she was meeting with
success in her efforts to procure the
necessary money.
To Improve conditions which prevail
where teams are used for grading and
similar work, officers have been
taking the subject up personally with
owners of horses, which method haa
proved effective. Owners are begin
ning to realize that It Is not alone
from the humane standpoint that it Is
essential to see that horses receive
proper treatment, but that it is to their
own interest as well.
Reports were read from other cities,
showing the amount of money expended
for humane work, and statements were
submitted by Humane Officer Crate
and Special Agent Wood, showing the
cases, investigated during June. Be
sides cases found at grading camps,
docks, stockyards, etc., the following
statistics were submitted: Cases re
ported,' 13; cases investigated, 17; ani
mals examined, 15; animals relieved,
14; animals destroyed, 5; horses sus
pended from work, 7; warnings, 6; ar
rests for cruelty, 3; convictions for
cruelty, 3.
Humane Officer Crate reported sev
eral cases where blind and sick horses
had been found in the harness. In
such cases as these a veterinarian was
consulted and where necessary the
horse was killed.
Besides the officers of the society,
several other persons have volunteered
their services and are working ardently
for the cause, it was reported.
More funds are needed to conduct
work effectually along the lines re
quired. ,
SPECIAL REDUCTION.
Men's Fine Clothing.
$30, $35, $40 suits 323.75
$25 suits . 918.75
We guarantee every 'garment one
year.
HEWETT, BRADLEY & CO.
344 Washington Street.
Near Grand Theater.
Superior Blue Stem
Patent Flour
It's worry not work that tries
one's soul, and It's poor bread, a
poor table and poor living that
adds to the wife's trials and nags
the patient husband.
Why not start housekeeping
right, you who are far-sighted, and
learn the wisdom of utilizing at
once every possible means for
lightening and brightening your
housekeeping duties?
Superior Blue Stem Patent Flour
will make the baking a success.
Let's have It a success in your
home from the very beginning.
Pioneer Mills, Island City, Bine
Stem Fafy Patent CC 7f
Floor, per barrel OU I U
Pioneer Mills, Island City, Blue
Stent Fancy Patent gn
Flour, per sack OltjU
D. C. BURNS CO.
208-210 Third St.,
Between Salmon and Taylor
F. W. BALTES
AND COMPANY
PRINTING
Main 165, A 1165 First and Oak
ToIH QnlbTbg, Inc.
MORRISON AT SEVENTH
Store Closed
All Paisr Today
Tlhe Jolly
Clanranniee Sail
Commences Tomorrow
An Event That Will
Offer Substantial Savings
All Throug-h the Store
In Women's and Misses'
and Children's Apparel.
In the Furniture, Carpet,
Drapery, Bedding: and
Basement Departments
Odds and Ends, Samples.
Discontinued Patterns,
Etc.
See Tomorrow's
Full Pagre Announcement
Pagre 9
Toll & Gibbs, Hoc.
MORRISON AT SEVENTH
P
HOUSC COMPANY
publishers
Li
OF MONTHLY
MAGAZINES
Women
of Woodcraft
Building
Tenth and
Taylor
St.
RINTERS
JOB PRINTING
OF AJL1. KINDS
fTBVIONESi
SCHOOL8 AXD CQLLLEOE8.
PORTLAND ACADEMY
HISTORY, LANGUAGE AND LIT
ERATURE. Hlstoryt American, English, Euro
pean and Ancient, one year each.
French and German: A course Of three
years in each.
Englinh Literature and Composttlont
lour-year course.
Greek and Latin i Full college Dre-
Iparatory courses.
AH instructors college men and women.
Send for catalogue
A 2281
U M 6201
.reworks
Our entire stock of Fireworks must
be sold out this year. This is the last
opportunity for celebrating in the
city. We occupy two stores for re
tail. All goods cold at cost. '
BOW YUEN & CO.
110 Second St. 69 North 4th St
pCCHWAB PRINTING CO
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
3 -4-74 STARK STREET
Home Office:
CORIiETT UOLnrNO.
Coraer Fifth and Morrison Street,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
W5 :!
The Policyholders' Company
A- t. MILLS...... President
I EAMUEL General Manager
CLARENCE S. SAMUEL, Asst. Mgr.
Is Best for Oregonians
HOTELS.
WMn you Come To Spokane Just.
stop at the TauirmoTix
SPOKANE newest fi.no most
up to da.te hotel . right m
the hea-rt of the busine&centeK.
the place tor commerual ma
"ratRriONTr
SUMMER RESORTS.
Seaside House
SEASIDE. OREGON.
Grandest place in Oregon to spend your
Summer vacation. Fishing:, boating;
fresh and salt water. Purchase railroad
tickets to Holladay Station, opposite
hotel. American plan. Free 'bus. Rates
$2.50 per day and up. New management.
ATHLETES
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE j
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
HAND
SAPOLIO
All Grocera and Druggists
Having
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Her Favor
By your judicious selection
of her Christmas confections the
exquisite
CfiGCOdLT
You can find no better means of
retaining that favor than by con
tinuing to repeal the attention.
You and she will find that the quality always will be
maintained at the present high standard.
Pound boxes for 65 cents.
Your Dealer Keeps Them
IMPERIAL CANDY COMPANY
SOLE MANUFACTURERS
321-322 HENRY BLDG., PORTLAND
UY
YOUR EXCURSION TICKET EAST
Reserve your sleeping car berth
FOR USE JULY 5 TO 12
We are quoting attractively low round-trip fares t,o
all points East ; we ' allow you to stop en route on
going or returning trips.
Extra Stop-over Allowed
TO VISIT YELLOWSTONE PARK
Through Gardiner Gateway.
Later
Sales Dates,
July 22.
August 3.
September 8.
This is your
Summer
Vacation
Opportunity.
Call and get full particulars.
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. General Passenger Agent
255 Morrison Street, corner 3d Street.
Portland, Oregon.
Northern Pacific Railway
"The Scenic Highway Through the Land of Fortune."
Dr. Wythe's Dentists
148 5th St.
Opposite Meier & Frank's Flfth.ai.
Entrance.
Incorporated Under the Lawi of
the Statea of Ore if on and
VVaahlnarton.
HIGHEST CLASS OK WORK. HIGHKST GRADE OF MATERIA!.
Fillings in Gold, Silver, Platinum full
and Porcelain 50c to $1.00 teCTh
Crown and Bridge Work. .$3, $4, $5
I AM MAKING A SPECIALTY OF PORCELAIX BRIDGE WORK. Thla
la without doubt, the moat besutlful and last work known to dental
aclence. Spacea where one or more teeth have been loat, I replace to
loolc so natural that detection la impossible. Ask to see samples of thla
beautlfnl work.
All Work Done by Graduate Dentists Who Thoroughly Understand tha
Dr. Wythe a system or rainless jjemiairy.
$5
OFFICES
Portland, Of, 148 Fifth Street.
Seattle, Wash, 1116 Second Avenue.
OFFICES
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LETTERS OF CREDIT
issued by this bank offer a safe and convenient method
of carrying funds for a trip anywhere in this country
or abroad. They are, in themselves, a letter of intro
duction to any banker and give the bearer standing
and credit when among strangers.
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Twenty Patterns of Arts
and Grafts Tables
on Display
Sark J. G. MACK & CO.
FIFTH
and STARK