Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, October 07, 1911, Page 12, Image 12

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    12 TITE MOKXiyG OKEGOXIAy. SATCTKDAT, OCTOBER 7, 1911.
SEX-HYGIENE MA!
BE SCHOOL ST
Prominent Physicians Ask
That Parents Be Sounded
on Proposed Course.
EDUCATION BOARD ASSENTS
Teachers to Kr lactam on fcub-
irtt Pr. A. C. Smith Tall "Black
Placn' R. L- Sabln Would
Consider Plan Fnrthcr.
Severs I leading physician of the
sltr. comprising the commute on
school co-operation of the Social Hy
lene Society of Portland. pprnl be
fire the School Board yesterday to re-
qufit that a aeries of parents' meetings
be held in public school comers to pre
snt to parents conditions as they exist
In the public schools of Portland and to
obtain their opinions as to the ad
visability of Introducing the subject of
hi hjirlwne. after careful study of the
bi methods. Into the school cur
riculum. Ir. Andrew C. Smith and Ir.
Calvin & White, state health officers.
who acted as spokesmen for the com
mittee, referred to the necessity or in
parting- knowledge In a proper way re
garding ses and the dangers which re
sult from Ignorance.
Ir. Smith said the lack of knowledge
of six functions, which he termed the
'black plague." was more appalling
than the effects of the great scourge
known as the "white plague. He con
siderrd It th duty of every cltlsen to
krini about th correction of this great
evil. Thin, he derlared. could only be
done through the children tnemseives.
by educating them In sex hygiene,
through the teacher, physician and min
iate. If children were not Instructed
In a pure and scientific way they
would, he said, be Instructed In a
vicious way with disastrous results.
Ceare aablee I rif.
rr White followed Pr. Smith and
.leclared that the subject ought to be
brought to the attention or parents,
that there, ought to be deftnlt Instruc
tion After listening to the members of the
committee and to the reading or ne
petition. I. N. Flelschner moved that
the request be granted M. C. Munly
awnnded the motion, but R. U Sabm
" objected on the ground that such a sub
ject should not be passed upon hur
riedly. After discussion It was agreed
to allow t he meetings to be held, but
this was not to be construed as an
approval of the movement to teach sex
hvglene In the schools. Pr. Smith's re
guest thst Pr. Lyman R. Snerry be per
mitted to lecture before the teachers
on this subject was granted.
The petition read at yesterday
meeting was:
Th. rommltIM en school co-operation
(.oinpoerd of principals, physicians and
nthersi of the Social Hygiene Socl.ty of
Tortland. dr.irs t maks the following
rm menrt a l loa :
First Thst thore b held a series of
parent eaeeunea In public school centers In
ss rapid njmMlnn as possible tor the pur
pis, of pointing rrsnkly to the parents
th. conditions as they tils In our city
among the boy and girls of the pnr.Ua
h-hm),i and for the purpoae of securng their
opinions aa to the advisability of Introducing
th. .ubj.rt of sex hygl.ne after careful
study of the b.t methods. In the school cur
riculum. AaeeSBbllag of rarsata Asked.
Second That each school principal be
authorise! to send Invitations to the par
rots of sll the children In their respective
schools to attend these ineerlnea.
We further want to auvlse you that tola
committee on school co-op ration has ap
pointed a sub-committee to Investigate
thoroughly the varloua methods that are
aed throughout the country In presenting
- th. subject of sex hygiene to the boys and
girls of the public schools snd to propose a
method which In Ita Judgment la safest and
moat efficient.
We 1m U.stre to tnvtte the members of
the Hchool Board and the Superintendent of
R. hools and hia two assistants to meet Dr.
Lyman B. Pperry at luncheon Haturday boob,
October 4. at the Young Men's christian
Association.
A number of bids were opened for
the furnishing of fire hose and th Im-
provement of school grounds.
Miss Cora Shaver was elected as
sistant teacher In the Washington
High School. This appointment was
necessary to take care of several over
crowded classes. Professor Whitney's
appointment as principal of the Ladd
School, to take the placet of Professor
Klgglns, granted leave of absence, was
confirmed by the Board, as was also
the appointment of Professor Pettus.
of the South Mount Tabor School, to
the Peninsular School, to take the I lare
mad vacant by the transfer of Profes
sor Whitney.
Acting Principal aaaed.
Miss Eula Strange, a teacher in the)
South Mount Tabor School, was ap
pointed acting principal of that school.
The Board took under advisement the
selection of a site for a school In the
Rose City Park district. Several resi
dents of that and adjacent districts
were present to urge that a site be
chosen. The districts lie at some dis
tance from one another, and the sec
tions tributary would be more or less
Inconvenienced. Some opinion waa ex
pressed that separata schoolhouses
would have to be built In that district
before a great while.
JEWISH FESTIVAL BEGUN
JVast of Tabernacles to Be Ober-vrd
Cor Seven Pays.
Services In commemoration of the
second religious festival of the Jew
ish new year, that of Succoth, or Keast
of Tabernacles, were observed last
night at sundown by Jews throughout
the world. It Is of seven days' dura
tion and Is literally a period of rejoic
ing ovee harvesting of the crops. It
Is a 'Mosaic Institution and la author
ised In the book of Leviticus. During
this period the Israelites were com
manded to dwell In booths to be made
of branches of trees. In commemora
tion of the time when their forefathers
dwelt in rudely-constructed shelters In
their flight from the tyranny of Phar
os h.
At the services this morning la Tem
ple Beth Israel at I o'clock Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise will preach. At the
services at Ahaval Sholom Synagogue
at 30 o'clock this morning and at t
o'clock this evening; Rabbi R. Abraham
son will preach. There will, also be
services at : o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. There will be) special muslo for
this service.
Aa article thst has reai merit should
In time become popular. That such Is
the case with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has been attested by many
dealers- Here Is one of them. H. w.
Hendrlckson, Ohio Kails. Ind.. writes.
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
best for oougns. co. as ana croup, ana
Is my nesx seals
For saie by all
0
. - ;
ill
the
Hraken Hear I
Adv. Ageacy
BARS AWAIT LYMAN
Authorities Decide to Imprison
Him at Kelly Butte.
SECURE CELL SELECTED
United States Marshal Scot Not to
Lodge Captive In Incompleted
County Jail Accused Mart
Due Here Tomorrow.
Dr. Joha Grant Lyman, who was
arrested at Lake-view. Or., several days
ago while fleeing: toward Canada after
a sensational escape from an Oakland
hospital. Is to have no opportunity
to escape from Jail In Portland. The
ohvsiclan's record for cleverness In
overcoming steel bars has been called
to the attention of the Portland I nltea
States officials and reaervatlona for the
prisoner have accordingly been made
at Kelly Butte where It la believed ba
will be safer than In the County JalL
The County Jail on th ton floor 01
tbe new Courthouse Is not complete
and fear bas been expressed that Dr.
Lyman might escape, although ba is
crippled by a wrenched ankle sus
tained In his flight south. Kelly Butte
Is provided with heavy steel cages and
armed guards are continually on tbe
lookout.
nr. Li-man la to arrive in Portland
Stindav morning In custody of United
State Marshal Scott and will be taken
directly to Kelly Butte where ha will
ba locked In one of the heaviest steel
cages there. He will be kept there
until the formalities of obtaining
paper for his removal to California
are completed.
Postofflce inspector uurana reacnea
the city yesterday after a visit with
Ir. Lyman, in which he obtained ad
ditional Information to be used In the
nhvslctan'a hearing In Portland. He
declares that Pr. Lyman Is about as
smooth a talker as he ever heard and
says he can readily see- how It waa
noaatble for him to escape from tna
hnanitel. Lvmsn said his crutches pre
vented him from traveling as rapidly
aa be bad Intended or tbe autnonuea
would not have captured him.
SCOTT IS AT KLAMATH FALLS
Marshal to Bring; Lyman and Other
Prisoner Hero Today.
If T.AMATH FALLS. Or, Oct.
rftnecla.Lt Tutted States Marshal Lea-
lie M. Scott arrived hero from Port
land tonight to take Dr. Lyman to
Portland In the morning with one otb
r Federal nrlsoner. He will be as
sisted by Patrolman Wakefield, of thla
. . m T.
city, as special imro. iuw -
hal Beatty expects to atay nere ior
am weeks If necessary to determine
f Tbornet. the fuglUva nurse, la In
this region.
Sheriff Barnes say criticism of bis
office over the escspa of Tbornet la
imrfoajirved. aa ha offered to put T hor
net In the same cell with Lyman, but
Deputy Marshal Arnerlch. of San Fran
cisco, Insisted on having the pair
jailed sepsrately. which accounted tor
Thornet being In a less secure part of
the Jail from which he escaped with
four olhera. Tne unen.i says mi i
all waa full and he could not. inrn oui
murderers to make more room.
SAFE DOOR STOPS CASE
Attorney f ndeelded on Course In
Gambling' Evidence.
1 ' . m linrlf.npMt Safe a
strong door within the meaning of the
new erty orainance iinunn ar
ttoa of barricades in Chinese gambllng
housee? Upon thla question the city
wise men pondered deeply at rne police
station yesterday, and at last com
promised by agreeing to seek soma
othe
ner way www
When police made a seoond raid upon
. . . - XI CI.-
V
th
e gamonnar-nouaai .u, j "
ng. ISa Everett afreet, several weeka
Jo
ago.
they arrtven juai us umv w
of the Inmates throw sotnetnlng
a V - mmA alkffl tl ihuL TheV
on
Into
a see
assert that the contents are the "corpus
dellc
ICIti or a crime mrj ' r -""-'"-
prov
re against 1 alleged gamDiera
wh
T
pon the oo Titan ts of the safe hinges
Jilt
i rertlaBd. Or. October T, I 1.
oeicronaauva a " -
TRADE EXPANSION
In the City of Portland
Much has been accomplished in the past 24 hours on the enterprise of winch
this aeries of advertisements treats. The final conditions in general hare been
aprreed upon the money involved has been paid over and the managing eom
tr.ittee has been appointed. Nothing remains to be done but to complete the
details. All will be in readiness by tomorrow morning, when the entire project
will be ready for publication. At that time, in this same space enlarged), all
the details of the plan will be fully set forth, which, boiled down, is:
.First, an extraordinary donation is going to be made. Second, it is to be
made through 30 of Portland 's leading merchants. Third, it will mean in gen
eral that every sympathizer of and every worker in every religious body, and
every friend of every such person in Portland will immediately plunge into the
contest: for that is what it will be a contest, and a big contest, too; and the
priz will be commensurate with the widespread interest that will be taken in
if. Fourth, the names of the men who are putting up the money to make this
donation and trade expansion possible, will be published. Fifth, that nobody
is to be excluded from taking an active part in this enterprise. This will nat
urally mean- that the demand for the ways and means that will be offered to
make success possible will be in great demand, and that the ones who get the
earliest start will have the best chance for being proclaimed "victors."
We are now getting very close to the real matter in hand. It is only right
tc state that what has already been published has been done for the purpose
of fully informing everybody to put all on exactly equal terms to educate
every man, woman and child in Portland who will interest themselves, to a
condition where they will act quickly and completely understand what to do,
and the good that will be accomplished in doing it the thing that the under
signed men who compose the "committee" are about to advise them to do.
Every member of a religious congregation of any denomination in the City
of Portland, every sympathizer of any kind of religion represented by an
organization in the city, every friend in the city of any one or more of such
persons, and every person who cares to participate without eo6t in a work that
may be called charity, but which will be more properly called a donation, is
unconditionally advised to ba ready to take favorable action promptly on Mon
day, October 9, and continue consistently to do so during the period of time
that will be prescribed providing, of course, that you favor every detail of
plan, after carefully reading tomorrow's
cence. Attorney Banks offered to have
his client open the safe, but the court
held that In so doing hs would be waiv
ing his constitutional right and testi
fying against himself. Then safe ex
perts were summoned and the court
adjourned to th station room where
tbe safe stood. The experts produced
a hand-drill and were about to bore
the aafe, when Judge Cohen and City
Attorney Sullivan intervened. "Can't
you open It by the combination" they
asked. The aafe men confessed their
inability. Then someone raised the
question where the difference lay be
tween the door of a aafe and the door
of a house, which th police hold them
selves empowered to batter down.
learning that the combination of the
safe Is probably In Seattle the court
decided to send there for It, rather
than raise the question of damages,
and In the meantime further hearing
of the cases waa postponed.
KINKY HAIR BLACK'S FATE
Negro Sentenced for Stealing: Brush
He Couldn't Use.
Theft of a needed article might ba
condoned, think Deputy District-Attorney
Hennessy, but th stealing of
a hair brush by an Ethiopian whose
hair klnka against his head Ilka the
wool of an Astrakan lamb is stealing,
pur and simple. On this view, Wil
liam Williams waa sentenced in the
Municipal Court yesterday to serve 0
daya for purloining a brush from the
drugstore of Row & Martin.
Williams went Into the place and
made a small purchase, picking up tbe
brush while th clerk was occupied
elsewhere. Patrolman Lltherland saw
him going along the street with the
brush In his hand and arrested him.
Th attorney for the defense made a
touching plea, and the court asked:
"Any recommendation, Mr. District
Attorney?" - Hennessy surveyed the close-knit
poll of the defendant and replied:
"I don't see what he needed the
brush for. Tour Honor."
"Th sentence will be (0 day," said
Judge Cohen.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Oct. . Maximum temper
ature. 68 degrees; minimum. 44 desreea.
EILERS POPULAR SATURDAY
- EVENING CONCERT
. RECITAL HALL,
THE VICTOR VICTROLA
THE AUTO PIANO
This Eenlngs Programme Will Consist of Specially Requested
Operatlo and Popular Number Made by the World's Great
est Artists, Accompaniment Played on the Auto-Piano.
THE FOLLOWING ARB SOME OP THE KELKCTIOXS TO BE
REXDEREDl
"Andromaqu Dane (H. W. Hess)....
Th Rosary (Kevin)
Mother o" Mine (Tours). .
Qoodby (Tostl)
I Hear Ton Calling Me (Harford
Th Butterfly (Paplllon).
Drink to Me Only With Thine
auto-piano acompaniment.
Llebestraum (Llsxt) Victor Herbert's Orchestra
Don Giovanni (Mosart) ..Eames and Qogorxa
Hungarian Rhapsody (Llsxt. ........ -... Auto - Piano
EVERYBODY 15 WELCOME TO ATTEND
EILERS MUSIC HOUSE
SEVENTH AT ALDER
No. 3
installment.
IRA F POWERS,
H. K. F'tRHELL,
II V EII.KHS,
River readlna;. S A. M.. 8.0 foot; chanice n
last 24 hours. 0.3 foot. Total rainfall (S
P. U. to s P. M.). none; total rainfall since
Boptember 1. lull. 0.83 Inches: normal rain
fall since September 1. SI.SO Inches: excess
of rainfall since September 1. 3-S3 Inches.
Total sunshine. 2 hours M minutes: possi
ble sunshine It hours 24 minutes. Barome
ter (reduced to sea levsl) at 6 P. H., 80:03
Inchas.
Wind I
Stste of
Waathaf
gTATIOKs.
n
a
Bnla. .........
Boston.
Calssry ,
Chicago. .......
Denver.
Ies Moines. ...
I'uluth
Eureka. ........
Galveston. .....
Helena. ........
Jacksonville. .
Kansas City...
Marshflcld
Montreal .,
New Orleans...
New Tork. .....
North Head....
Phoenix
Pocatello
Portland
Koseburs.
Sacramento. . ..
St. Louis. .
Ft. Paul.......
Salt Lake
San Diego
San Kranclsco. .
Spokane
Tacoma
Tatooah Island.
Walla Walla...
tVaahlna-ton . . .
Winnipeg-. ......
IClear
Rain
It. cloudy
Rain
Clear
Rain
Pt. cloudy
Clear
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Clear i
Cloudy
Clear
Clear
Rain
Cloudy
Clear
Clear
Clear
Pt. clody
Cloudy
Rain
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
WEATHER CONDmOXS.
The Alaska disturbance 'has remained
nearly stationary during ths last 24 hours
and only Its southern edge Is affecting the
weather In this district by causing rain In
the Sound ' country and cloudiness' In North
western Oregon. A maximum wind veloc
ity of 88 miles from the southeast occurred
today at North Head. Wash., and 84 mllea
from the same direction at Tatoosh Island.
A severe storm is central over the Ohio
Valley, which has caused general rains In
the Northern States, from ths Mississippi
River to the Appalachian Mountains. It Is
warmer In the Pacific states and the Ohio
Valley and much cooler In Kansaa, Okla
homa and Northern Texas.
The conditions are favorable for fair
weather In this district Saturday, except In
Northwest Oregon and In Western snd
Northern Washington, where cloudiness will
continus with rain.
FORECASTS.
Portland and vicinity. Saturday Ram;
southerly winds.
Oregon, Saturday Fair. except rain
northwest portion: southerly winds.
8 TO 9:30 O'CLOCK
Auto-Piano
.. . Schumann-Helnk
. .Erolllo Je Oogorza
,.Mme. Nellie Melba
...John McCormack
- Marshall).
.Frank LaForge
Kyes. old English, contralto solo.
700.001 4iNW
BR O.onllO N
tl 0.00 12 NW
78 0.22 24t.V
BUO.OOI 4 NW
en o.2-'l2i.v
4fv0.40l " NE
en O.Ol) 0 NW
8'1 0.00 8M
62 0. OO 4 SW
etn.oo a se
78 0.0024:NW
6H0.00 4SW
44!0.00 4'SW
2'0.ool e s
82.0.O018 S
KS 0.O0 32 SE
84 0.001 (SW
64 0.00 4 W
8M0.O0 8 3
72'0.00 4 W
7(110.01) 8iNW
8'O.08ll2W
R2 2.88 10IN
6410.001 8 !NW
74 0.O0 6 NW
78 0. 00 4 NW
680.001 (SW
84 0.O0! 4 W
66 0.08 16 SE
74 0.OO 4iW
680.O0 S3
66,0.00 4;S
The Imperial
Orctron's Greatest Hotel
150 Rooms, 104 Suite, With Private
Baths,
HEW nEEPSOOF BTJILDIira
Moderate) Hates.
Pta Metschan & Sons. Props,
PORTLAND HOTEL
1 1 in
THE
E. P.
H0RBIS,
Proprietor.
TaJtaoj sept, xsoa.
PRIVATE!
HOTEL LENOX
tt. D. anal V. K. JORG ESSEX,
Psvaa aai M(n.
CORNER 3d AND MAIN STSL
Sot mn& CoK Wares,
aur Dtatane Phema
. ISverr Reosa,
RATES
91.00 and tTp
I-
J.
as ?; i j
I.S.R.Sf:3:4i5JKi4v-. 1 1
for
fA'tinnd.
Washington, Saturday Rain west and
northwest portions, lair southeast portion;
southerly winds.
Idaho, Saturday Fair, except rain ex
treme northern portion.
KDWARD A. HEALS. District Forecaster.
Bottled at the
brewery. Just
about 100 per
cent penect.
For health's sake have
it in yonr home.
"Always tho eama
Good Old Blatz"
E.4
ROTHSCHILD BROS.
OiwtrtbmttrPM
20-22-34-26 N. First SU Portland. Ora.
PHONESt Main 153 4ggg
73
afETENO NOTICES.
MOIERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMER
ICA lodges of Portland have united for
a benefit ball to be given Saturday evening.
October 7. at UJy of the Valley Hall. 1-8
11th street, for the benefit of a worthy
member ot L41y of the Valley Lodge who
met with a aevere accident which will dis
able him for month a. A oordlai Invitation
la given ' all who are Interested In a
worthy cause. Admlaaion, 25c. By order
ot committee.
OREGON LODGE. NO. 101. A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this 'Saturday) evening at
8 o'clock. Masonic Temple. Work
In it. M. degree. Visiting breth
ren eordlallv Invited. By order
W. Jt. A. J. HANDLAJ.. eecy.
PTKP.
Moure At the family residence, Jennings
Lodge. October S. Mary Alice Morse, be
loved wlfa of George Edwin Morse, mother
of Mra. F. Hugh Roberts, Mrs. Mary C.
Palnton. Mrs. F. W. Bruechert. Calvin P.
Morse. Mabel E. Morse and sister of Carrie
L. Scripture. Announcement of funeral
later.
ELLB Oct. . at the home of his brother.
4 Cleveland ave.. Gunard Ambroslus
Ella, aged 24 years, 4 months, S
daya. Remains In care ot the Pearson Co.
Announcement of funeral later.
TUCKER In this city. October 5, at River
Dale. Charlotte Tucker, aged 81 years. The
remains are at Flnley s parlors.- Funeral
fl B 1 . . W full. '
MATHTESEN" Oct. 4. In Oakland, Cal- Jas.
n . L : Jt .. . mm nt VI
t. siainiaaan, agva ov jcmm, , ...
and. stra. aC "W. VethUsen, of this city.
j, ... as-j C; l5V Wrs?vye-r
ftja '. 2 i
gf.Sa " S -S-S-lsS Ifi i P $
P:,.rJnD a laioiaS S 2 aliMim
IrSrw-
.ZlLs
Aec
The largest and most magnificent
hotel. in Portland; unsurpassed in
elegance of accommodations or
excellence of cuisine. European
plan (1.50 per day and upward.
O. J. aLitTTMAXX, x
NEW PERKINS
Fifth and Washington Sts.
A hotel in the very heart of Portland's husiness
activity. Modern in every respect. Rates, $1.00
.and up. Moderate price restaurant in connection.
A few desirable suites for permanent occupancy un
til May 1st at reduced rates.
L. Q. Swetland, Mgr. 0. H. Shafer, Asst. Mgr.
CORNELIUS
The House of Welcome, corner Parle
and Alder; European plan, new, modern
and strictly up to date; fin aatnpl
rooms; rates $1 per day and up; room
with bath, $2 per day up; all outside
rooms; our omnibus meets all tralna.
H. E. r LETCHER,
Manager.
HOTEL RAMAPO
Cor. Fourteenth and Washington
Hew Hotel, Elegantly Fnralahed.
Rates $1 and Up
SPECIAL RATES FOR PURSLANES TS.
European Plan.
Take aay ear at Depot and tranafev as
Washlnartoa St.
M. E- FOLKV, PROPRIETOR.
BATHS.
THE BOWERS HOTEL
Special Ana ooncement
CemanenelBs; July First, Klneteea Hnndred Blares
AMERXCAX AND BCBOPEAIT PIAX
Very Attrsotlvs permanent Bates to Psmllles ana Stn
rle Osntlemen. Hotel Nawly Tumlmhtd and Deoorated.
Table d'Mote Breakfast..... ............ .. JS
Tsbls d'Hote Looch. ....... , T
1aiie S'liule Dinner. ....... . as
Also a la Oarte Mena.
Service In Tea Room TJ ntll 12 o'clock P. M.
Rrfraihroenta Served en Boot Garden Every EvenniK.
Private Dinner Parties. Loncheona and Banquets Given
Peraoaal Attention. Perfect Service In All Departments,
vplh. Aid) MGR.
Seventeen Years alar. Xbs Portland.
FTJNERAXj NOTICE.
LILLIS In this city. October 5. at the
family residence, 611 Fifth street. Mrs.
Hanorah Llllls. widow of the late Michael
Llllis. aged 65 years, 9 months. 1 day,
mother of Miss Mary and John C., M. E.
and W. P. Llllis. Funeral will take place
today (Saturday) morning at 9:15 o clock
from the family residence, thence to 1st.
Lawrence's Church. Third and Sherman
streets, where a requiem high mass will bs
sung at 9:30. Friends Invited. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
LAWRENCE In this city, October 4, at
the family residence, TEI Flanders St.,
John R. Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Lawrence, Sr. Funeral will take
place from above residence, Saturday, Oc
tober 7, at 2 P. M. Interment In Rlver
vlew. Cemetery. Services at the grave pri
vate. STICKNET In this city, October 6, at St.
Vincent's Hospital. Hiland O. Stlckney,
aged 44 years. Friends Invited to attend
the funeral services, which will be held at
Holman's Chanel at 2 P. M. today (Sat
urday), October T. Interment In Rivervlew
Cemetery.
JACOBS In this oity, October E, at the late
residence, 60 Ella St., Mrs. Annetta Ja
cobs, formerly of Corvallls, Or. Funeral
from the above residence at 10 A. M- to
morrow (Sunday). October 8.
DAVIS In this city, October 8, at his late
residence, 553 Madison street. John R.
Davls, aged 28 years. The funeral services
will be held t Flnley's parlors at 8:30
P M. Sunday, October 8. Friends Invited.
Interment Tacoma. Wash.
6EWELL The funeral services of the late
Margaret- Sewell will be held at Flnley's
hhapel at 3 P. M. today (Saturday).
Friends Invited. Interment will be at In-
dependence. Kansas.
IOXSETH FLORAL CO.,
3IARQCAM BLDG.
FLORAL Dr.SKj.Ni
Phones: Main S10S; A 1103.
Dunning mt MrKntee. Funeral Directors,
7th and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady as
sistant. Office of County Coroner.
A. B. ZELLRK CO.. 694 WUllami ave.
Phone East 1088. C1088. Lsdy attendant.
3. P. FINLEY & SON. 3d and Madison.
Lady attendant. Phone .nam . a um.
. .... II. kl tV f'rk Vniiml TUif.
org, Z'iO 8d St. l-tuiy assistant, jrnone 31. ovs.
to . o. UBMHUJi Jac jh. q.o.
Sixth. East 781, B 1888. Lady assistant.
CLASSIFIED AD. .RATES
Dallj- or Sunday
Per, Lino.
One time .12c
Same ad two content! re times ...22c
Same add three consecutive times 30c
fcame add six or seven consecutive times. 56e
Remittances must accompany oat-of-town
orders.
Khrn one advertisement Is not run In con
secutive iraes the one-time rate applies.
Six words count as one line on cavsh ad
vertisements and no ad counted for less
than two lines.
On charge or book advertisements the
charge wlil be based on the actual number
of lines appearinjr In tbe paper, reitvdless
of the number of words in etu'h line.
In New Today all advertisements are
charged by measure only, 14 lines to the
Inch,
situations Wonted. Male.
Stt nations Wanted, Female.
Oregonian will accept classified advertise
ments over the telephone, providing the ad
vertiser is a subscriber to either phone. No
K rices will be quoted over the phone, but
ill will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness of the payment of telephone ad
vertisements. Situation Wanted and Per
sonal advertisements will not be accepted
over the telephone. Orders for one in
sertion only will be accepted for "Houses
for Kent, Furniture for Sale' ''Business
Opportunities." "Kooming - houses" and
"Wanted to Kent."
OREGON fflJMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE CITY HAIX.. Main 098. A Ttsa.
BCMANE OFFICER, Sem-eant Cratsv
Residence. 24 E. i:th N. Kaer 4Ia.
r. a. Dunmlre, Rea. 8S Wasco St.
W G. Eaton, Ran. 13 E. letn. Seat liMk
Horse Ambulance, A 6101; Pr. at. 4.
kiichta, Sundays asd BeUaAya, A aiMt Vat
Xifc, i Xrank I.
amt;seme"ts.
HCff T g THEATER
Hi 1 Lli 7th and Taj lor.
Phones Main 1 and A 1122. 1
4 NIGHTS. beRlnnlns TOMORROW
Special Price Matinee Wednesday.
Harry I Askln Presents
The Musical Comedy Success.
"The Sweetest Girl in Paris"
With the Charming- Comedienne.
TRIXIE FRIGANZA
Evenings Lower floor. $1.50. $1. Bal
cony! 5-rows, $1; A rows, 7ic: 11 rows, 50c
OaJIery. reserved and admission. 50c
Wednesday matinee Lower floor. l. Bal
cony. 7ao and 50c. Gallery. S5c, 25c. Seats
now selling. 1
HEILIG
THEATER
7th and Taylor.
Phones Main 1, A 1123.
Two Performances Today
THIS
AFTERNOON 3 O'CLOCK
THIS
EVENING 8:15 O'CLOCK
MOTION PICTURES
NATURAL COLORS
King George V
CORONATION
FESTIVITIES
price Moth Afternoon and Evenlnsrt
Entire Floor - 50C
Balcony, Klrst Five Rows oOC
Balcony, Rear Five Kovra. .....Oct
EXTRA
Qwlna to Unprecedented Success
Performances O
will be given. t
NEXT-
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
THE FIRST AT 1 O'CLOCK.
THE SECOND AT 2s30 O'CLOCK.
Seats Now Selling for Engagement.
BAKER
THEATER
Main t and A BSm
r.oo. I- Baker. Mar.
MAT TODAY LAST TIME TONIGHT.
Mr. William V. Mong In
THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR
By J. Hartley Manners.
All America endorses New Torlfs Ter;
diet. "The most brilliant comedy In years.
Evenings 23c. 50c, 73c, 1. Sat. Mat. 28. 500.
Next Week "The Flower of the Rancn,
starting; tomorrow matinss.
THEATER 15-2S-50-75l
... . . QvMIL
an elaborate scenic prodoctlon with tne
famous water nymph as the central nsrires
Aa-nes Scott and Henry Keanei Borna FsU
ton; Chick Salei ranlta; Paul Baraesi
Brothers Martlne.
ITneonalled Tanderllla.
WKKK OCT. I The 'Voscarrys, Europe s
greatest gymnasts: Black and Jones; Onrl
and Company; Slebert-Iindaey Company;
Warren and Francis; Dallas Chandler; ran
taceecope. Popular prices. Matinee dally.
Curtain i:S0. :S0 and 8:00.
ffulllvaa fion-lrtlaa.
A Vsatlrfes villas.
aejuraa
Mae; Herbert Hodge; John B. G"'00"
Co.: Crandaacope. rrices 13c and toe.
UNCALLED - FOR ANSWERS
T Swflwjg
TaRHESTil III
GON1AN OFFICE: R(. .
A 405. 450. 452. 43T. 461, 4RS, 486. .
4. 409. 501. 502. 504 6. 61.1.
rm 1U 436 439. 442. 450. 451, 4D3 4dB.
F?7 45S 460 401 463. 404. 465. 468.
C-1468 473 48l7 478. 483. 484 , 488 489.
ii438. 439. 442. 458. 460. 461. 470. 471.
Ei!V8444. 449. 455. 458. 459. 461. 462.
GVr950455O?455,.40i57. 45. 465.
i!j03l318432" 445 449 460 464. 465.
J 222, 430. 449, 466, 497 , 503. 606, 60S.
K 312, 424. 433. 444. 445.
SrSB. &..
p640.4442474645, 417. 455, 459. 461. 468.
Ifcl!.2446691472 473. 475. 484. 491.
flt; to. 450. 453. 455, 463. 465. 497.
T-i 223 4457, 464. 468, 4B9. 614.
(fcisO, 454. Vet 463. 467. 472, 474, 476, 609.
W405 421. 454. 456. 460, 463. 469.
X-471. 472, 476, 478, 481. 482, 483. 485.
Y-iS. 455. 501. 606. 610. 614. 618. 619. 621.
ABOof 4SS9'452. 456. 458, 460, 463. H64.
AttSaWfc-etE- 454. 457. 468. 469.
AO-38t24!?.T,4747T 478. 479. 481, 483.
AE416. 437, 459. 471. 472. 475
AF385. 429. 432. 453, 45S, 459, 460. 463.
AO454!047082-472. 481. 484. 487, 488. 490.
AHS94 449?' 450. 451. 452. 459, 463. 469.
AJl4J2447i34545,S"465. 466, 469, 481, 484,
404
AK 435. 457, 472. 478. 475. 627.
lli54eo 4 464. 466, 480. ' ,
AN 432.' 441, 458! 401. 462. 463. 468, 472.
AO?il21. 446. 457. 470. 471. 472. 481.
AZJU, 468. 469, 476. 481, 484. 4ST. 488.
AB3S. 446. 450. 455. 45T, 464. 468. 472,
AfeSo6.74451. 494. 46T. 4T0. 475. 485, 488,
AT?iW 459, 460, 469. 473, 4T4, 478, 481.
485. 488. 495. . .
If the above answers are not called lor
within six daya, same will be destroyed.
ytW TOPAT.
acriiice
100x100, two blocks from new Jef
ferson High School, one block from
car. Must have cash immediately.
$500 below market. Phone owner, C
1106. AE 476, Oregonian.
WANTED TO LEASE
50 TO 100 ACRES
By a private organization, a long; lease
on a level, rolling piece of property, of
the above size. Need not be first-class
agricultural land, but should support
a fair sod. Not too far out and on
frequent car service. Write to address
below, giving location and terms, to
R 459. Oregonian .
MORTGAGE LOANS
C C JOHN E. CHQfiAN, HOf'
J O uoa Kp.idina Bids-. Q -
COIXIS, BERBIDGE THOMPSON.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS,
224 Worcester Block. Phone Main M7a
f& . C alATiSfB
ny
on
. draggtata,