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TTTR MORNING OREGONIAN. SATURDAY, JTJLT 13, 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Prti.em-r.m JJaln TOTO AJWtt
1.1IV circulation ,.,.biu iviv
Hunlof Editor Min707O Ao
Eundy Editor ........... .Main 7070 A 601
Compoln-room Main 7070 A 05
Superintendent bulldlnc ...Main 7070 A mi
A Mr SEM EXT 5.
tpnt Baker stock company In the farce-
. . . .. fT-V I. . ft Mr.
. booo at 2:30; tonifht at 8:15.
ORPHEUM THEATER Morrlson. between
ternoon at J:1S and tonlsht at t.10
EMPRESS THEATER Park and Washlne
lon) Vaudeville. This afternoon at 2.18.
. tonlsht at 7:80 and o'clock.
PANT AGES THEATER (Seventh and Al
der) Vauderlile. Thla afternoon at Z.10.
tonlch,t at 7:S0 and o'clock.
OAKS PARK (Willamette Rlver An1,02"
ment park; rarled attractions. Thla altar,
noon and tonlsht.
COUNCIL CREST (Portland He!nte
Bcenlu Amuaemant Park.
PEOPLE'S. STAR, ARCADE. OH JOJ.
TIVOLI. AND CRYSTAL Flrat-run pic
tures. 11 A. VI. -12 P. M.
BUNGALOW THEATER (Twelfth and
Morrison) Pendleton Ronnd-Up pictures.
Continuous thla afternoon and evening.
REr-REATIOV PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. Portland vs.- Ban
Francisco, thla afternoon at 8 o clock.
OREGON! AX AT RESORTS.
Far the auh-kest delivery of The
Orecoolaa at Summer inserts, sne
srrlbe tbrourti the follovrlnc acente.
City rates. Subscriptions by mall are
parable in dvmnee.
Baveeeaa. Or.. Betel Bayoreaa Annex
Bricbtoa Beach. Or.. ..J. A. Baldwta
C arson Soring Mineral SnrmsB Hotel
Collins 8prmm Fred A. Young
Gearnart Park K. J. Falrfanrat
Lena; Beach lnls Cehea
Nahcotta - H. Brown
Newport Oee. Sylvester
Ocraa Park . E. Beeehy
Reckaway Beach. Or. .WUktaa Rtoa
ft. Martina Sottas. .Mrs. St. Martta
Seaside Clark Btrattoa
Srarlew. Wash Frank B. Btraahal
Tillamook i. S. Lamar
lakeland. Wash..... eetin Merar
Advertisements Intmdrd for the City News
in Brief columns la Sunday's Issue must be
banded In The Oreeonian business office by
o'clock Saturday evening.
W. T. Stephens' Funeral Held. The
funeral of the late Wlnfleld Thompson
Stephens, a well-known resident of
this city, was held yesterday after
noon at the Portland Crematorium, Rev.
W. R. Powell, officiating:. Mr. Stephens
died Wednesday night. July 10, at Good
Samaritan Hospital after an Illness of
more than six months. He had been
confined at the hospital for seven
weeks. Mr. Stephens was born In
Iouglas County 67 years ago and came
to Portland: at the age of 6. He was
once secretary of the Willamette Iron
& Steel Works. He resigned from this
position about ten years ago and has
since passed his time between Portland
' and Seaside, where he has property In
terests. He made his home at the
Seward Hotel. He is survived by his
widow and one daughter, Mrs. W. R
Fechheimer. of this city.
Crvri, Service Examinations Bulle
tined. The United States Civil Serv
ice Commission announces that the fol
lowing examinations will be held to
secure eligibles and fill vacancies In
the different departments as follows:
Strain gauge operator, August 3;
gardener, August S; concrete building
designer. July 29; garden and field
station superintendent, August 7: phy
sical director; August 3; steel bridge
designer. July 29; painter, August 3.
Further information concerning these
examinations can be secured from Z.
. A. Leigh at the Portland Postofflce.
Delegates to Chicago Conventions
Leave. Miss Marie Chambers, of St.
Mary's parish, left yesterday for Chi
cago to attend the National convention
of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Catholic
Order of Foresters. Miss Chambers
goes as a delegate and as a member of
the National executive committee. She
is the first member from Oregon who
has enjoyed this honor. The National
Biennial convention of the Order of
Hibernians meets at Chicago at the
same time and will be represented by
John Farrell and John O Meara. Both
bodies meet July 16.
Accident Preventives Discussed.
Ample room about, machinery, good
light, regular Inspection of all ma
chinery and appliances, careful selec
tion and instruction of workmen, the
enforcement of rules for safe working
and the inculcation of habits of caution
Into the minds of all employes were
some of the means of preventing in
dustrial accidents submitted by David
Van Schaach. of the Aetna Life In
surance Company, in a stereoptlcon
lecture last night at Ellers HalL
Member or Denver Elks Lodge
Dies. Thomas Quirk died at his home,
1032 East Thirteenth street North,
Thursday, at 46 years of age. .He was
a member of Denver Lodge of Elks
and had lived In the city but a short
time. A widow, daughter and mother
survive. The body Is at the under
taking establishment of Pearson Com
pany. 369-371 Russell street, Albtna.
It Is expected to hold the funeral from
this place today.
Elks and Their Friends should not
miss the trip down the Columbia to
the Breakers Hotel and the ocean;
elegant steamers, fine scenery; modern
hotel right on ocean's edge, rates no
higher than Portland hotels. The most
beautiful beach in the Northwest.
Write Breakers Hotel. Breakers, Wash,
or phone East 10 or B 2211. or consult
O.-W. R. & N. Co.
Portland Women to See Yellow
stone. Six Portland women Miss
Sarah Kuter. of the Deaconess Home;
Miss Maude Kenworthy. formerly
teacher in the Washington High School:
Miss Ella Crow, Mrs. Mabel Crow and
Mrs. Mary Hill, of Bellingham. and
Mrs. Woefegul will leave for Yellow
stone Park next Tuesday to be gone
Wounded Policemen Recover.
Police Sergeant E. A. Pechln. who was
shot in the head by his wife several
weeks ago. has recovered sufficiently
to leave SL Vincent's Hospital. Pa
trolman Bacsky. who was wounded In
the thigh by the accidental discharge
af a revolver belonging to Patrolman
Brothers, has returned to duty at the
police station. -
River Excursions to Oregon City.
Boat from Taylor-street dock week
days, 8 A. M., 2 P. M-; Sundays. 9 A. M.,
12 M. 3 P. M. Round trip. 40 cents.
Tickets exchanged with Portland Rail
way, Light & Power Company cars.
Beautiful, modern, ocean front cot
tage, just completed, at Gearhart "By-the-Sea,"
for sale on terms, almost
iike renL Call at 100 Fourth sL
Mazamas will leave Portland July
IS for outing on Mount Hood at Cloud
Jap Inn. Register with Dorsey B.
Smith, 63 Fifth. .
Picnic, Crystal Lake Park. Sunday,
July 14, by Prospect Camp No. 140,
pecial invitation to all visiting Elks,
dance afternoon and evening.
Coos Bat. 110: Eureka. $13.60.
Steamer Alliance sails Sunday night at
6. Tickets. 122 A 3d St., near Wash.
Welcomb B. P. O. E. Drink West
ern ginger ale; elk bead on tbe bottle.
Best Pop On Earth.
Auns'i Portraits Columbia bids;., for
men. women, children. Maln-A 1635.
Shorthand and typewriting. Sum
.vmer course begins July 16. T. W. C. A.
" Mount Hood. Cloud Cap Inn now
open. Dorsey B. Smith, manager.
Tickets and reservations 69 Fifth sL
Bio Dance Tonight, Ringler's Hall,
Morrison, at Second. Minuet Club.
SO Shares People's Amusement Co,
at 311- Call at 216 Lewis bide
Malpractice Suit Lost. A Jury In
Judge Gatens' department' of the Cir
cuit Court yesterday found In favor of
the defendant in the case of Mattle L.
McCormack. against Dr. A. W. Moore,
In which the plaintiff sought to re
cover 320,000, alleging malpractice. Tbe
jury was out just 13 minutes and the
verdict was unanimous. About a year
ago the woman fell and dislocated her
shoulder and Dr. Moore was the at
tending physician. She contended that
Dr. Moore had left her shoulder out of
Joint. The defense was that the frac
ture was such that It was impossible
to so treat it that It would mend. The
plaintiff finally admitted in answer to
questions from Ralph W. Wilbur, the
defendant's attorney, that Dr. Moore,
after becoming acquainted with her
straitened financial circumstances had
frequently given her money with which
to buy medicine.
Temperance Lecture Announced;
Clarence True Wilson, D. D., National
secretary of the Temperance Society of
the Methodist Episcopal Church, is to
preach in his home city next Sunday
morning. He will deliver a sermon at
10:30 o'clock, at Sunny Bide Methodist
Episcopal Church, and at night will
deliver his lecture on "A World Vision
of the Temperance Reform," in the
same church. This Is a lecture which
has been given in many Eastern con
ventions, conferences and chautauquas,
and Is given here by requesL
Playground Superintendent Named.
C. J. Hollingworth, who lives at
Nashville station on the Mount Scott
Railway, has been engaged as superin
tendent of the Lents playground. Mr.
Hollingworth is a student at Willam
ette University and has experience in
the duties required of him. He has
taken up the work, and is now as
sisting in installing the lawn tennis
courts, baseball grounds, sand boxes
and other apparatus. He will be at
the playgrounds six days each week to
Vacation Salaries Arrive. Post
master Merrick has been notified by
the Postoftice Department that 46300
has been placed to the credit of the
Portland Postofflce for the purpose of
paying the salaries of the substitute
carriers, who will serve during the
vacation period. -Regular letter car
riers are allowed 16 days vacation an
nually, with pay, and during their
absence these substitutes are em
ployed and all of whom are on the
eligible list according to the civil serv
Cordially offered to Elks and others,
is the service of the organization of
Chapin-Herlow Mortgage & Trust Com
pany, third floor. Chamber of Com
merce. The realty experts in this great
house have practical knowledge of
Portland's values and the probable
trend of successful investments. Ask
for free copy of "Upbuilding Port
land's Empire," full of meat. Not neces
sary to deal with this company they
are content to upbuild their city
R. A. Proudfoot Cremated. The fu
neral of Robert A. Proudfoot, a pioneer
restaurant man of Portland, who died
Tuesday. July 9, at Good Samaritan
Hospital, was held yesterday afternoon
at the Portland Crematorium. The serv
ices were conducted by the Portland
Lodge of the A. O. U. W, assisted by
Dr. T. L. Eliot, pastor emeritus of the
First Unitarian Church. Mrs. luiu
Dahl Miller sang "Lead, Kindly Llgnt
and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere."
Woman 'WINS Injury Suit. Mabel
Roeers has recovered in Circuit Court
judgment for 35000 against the Port
land Railway, Light oi i-ower company.
Some months ago she was going with a
real estate agent to view a piece of
property. An automobile in wnlcn tney
were riding crossed In front of a street
car and the woman was thrown out
and injured. She sued for $15,000, con
tending that the shock had given her
The Third Presbyterian Church,
East Thirteenth and Pine sts., will ob
serve the midsummer communion serv
ice Sunday morning at 10:30; sew mem
bers will be received. The new pastor.
Dr. A. L. Hutchison, will give "A
Communion Meditation" as the morning
topic. At 7:46 P. M. the topic will be
"Going the LimlL"
Lents Grange Meets. Lents Grange
will hold an all-day session today at
the hall on Main street. The pro
gramme will be the list of subjects
suggested by the state lecturer, and
the exercises will be in charge of Mrs.
Maude DarnalL The afternoon exercises
will be open to the public
R. J. Clarke to Speak. R. J. Clarke.
who has charge of the industrial work
of the Y. M. C. A., In the North End,
will deliver an address in tbe Sellwood
Methodist Church. Sunday night at 8
o'clock. The service will be in charge
of the Brotherhood.
' Harness and Runni.no.
Today and Tommorrow.
Country Club Track.
Eight Classy Events.
JP.1L; Fine Band. Adm., 60a
Elks, Attention. All Elks who
bousrht chances on King & Walters
mounted Elk, which was offered for
a raffle at Oregon Hotel, will please call
at the hotel office and get theig money
For Sale, 'Cheap. Artistic three
room bungalow, well built, can easily
be moved anywhere on East Side.
Candy Special. Regular 50c choco
late creams, 35c per pound. Rebe's, 404
Wash. St., beL 10th and 11th.
New Krats Buffet, 3d and Alder sts.
We have for sale the finest new 10
room house In Irvlngton, located on
Thompson street, near 17th. Hardwood
floors throughout. All rooms papered.
Two baths, three toilets, two fireplaces,
billiard-room; finished throughout In
mahogany and oak. For price call on
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.,
Owners and Builders.
22d and Brazee. E. 985, C 2322.
GIRL L1AKES FLIGHT
Miss Bernice Agnew Rises 950
Feet With Aviator Berlin.
We have for sale a fine 50xl00-foot
lot on Senate street, near 39th, for $675;
free from incumbrance.
F. E. BOWMAN & CO..
22d and Brazee. E. 935. C 2322.
Four, five and six dollar pants re
duced to a dollar and a half a leg
seats free. Absolutely the best $3 pants
value ever offered. Brownsville Wool
en Mill Stores, Third and Stark, Third
and Morrison. . "
Where Portland Roses Grow.
You are Invited to visit our rose
gardens, where nearly 100,000 rose
plants are growing In the open field.
Take Sellwood car. Catalogue will be
mailed free on request. We ship roses
anywhere and guarantee good delivery.
THE SIBSON ROSE KURSiSKlliia,
1180 Mllwaukle Avenue,
- Keppy Takes Standard Agency.
J. S. D. Keppy has taken the North
west territory for the Standard Elec
tric made by the Standard Electric
Car Company, of Jackson, Mich. Keppy
has Just returned from a six weeks'
visit to the factory, and Is enthusiastic
over the prospects for the new entry
in the local field. He will make bis
headquarters at the Rose City Electric
Helln Bill: "Edlefsen" delivers Best
FueL O. E. now or later. .
SAIL LASTS 25 MINUTES
Biplane Tours City Overhead and
Nervousness oi Fair Passenger
Gives Place to Exhilaration
aa Ship Gains Height.
When the crowd dared Aviator Ber
lin to take Miss Bernice Agnew up In
his biplane yesterday afternoon at the
Country Club the girl stepped into the
machine and the Canadian skyman
shot 950 feet in the air with the first
woman passenger that was ever car
ried any considerable distance in an
air craft in Portland.
Mr. Berlin and Miss Agnew were
talking when ' the crowd that stood
around the biplane began to jest. The
girl turned her back on the crowd and
courageously got lnto the machine.
When the bystanders saw what she
intended to-do a little cheer went up
and this Increased in volume when the
aviator took his seat and the air craft
glided from the ground at the first
start. They soared far up, 950 feet, ac
cording to Mr. Berlin's estimate, cir
cled over the principal buildings of
the city and then returned to the club
and alighted without the least dif
ficulty. They were in the air 25 min
utes. Miss Agnew was none of the worse
for her experience. She acknowledged
that she was a little soared at the
start but that after she got up in the.
air the exhilaration overcame all
The flight made by the couple was
a perilous one. Aviators usually shun
the business section of the city.
DEMOCRATS WILL RATIFY
Portland Party Men Will Hold Mass
Meeting to Sanction Ticket.
Stalwart Democrats at a meeting to
day will decide upon a date for the
mass meeting that will be held in Port
land to ratify tne nomination or. nuson
and Marshall by the Baltimore con
vention. Some night next week will
be seleoted and the demonstration will
be held at the Armory. Governor West
and a number -of other prominent Ore
gon Democrats will deliver addresses.
The rally would have - been held
sooner but for the activltes incident to
Elks' convention week and the Inabil
ity of some of the speakers desired for
the occasion to be present. It was
then proposed to defer the demonstra
tion until the return of the newly
elected National committeeman for Ore
gon, W. R. King. But it was learned
yesterday that Mr. King would not re
turn for probably two weeks and the
oommlttee decided to meet today and
select some night next week for the
Ayer Ignorant of School.
When asked last night concerning
the report given out by Franklin F.
Hopper, City Librarian, of Tacoma, to
the effect that Portland would prob
, . i . i .itv oVmnnn for a. library
i txt n Avar, of the Portland
Library Commission, said he knew
The success of the real
estate dealer depends
upon the time he can
devote to his business.
Our guaranteed Certif
icate of Title Saves him
time which he can turn
into dollars. Investi
gate. Call for booklet.
Title & Trust Co., 4th
nothing about the plan. Mr. Ayer said
he had written to Mr. Hopper concern
ing the report and hoped it would
prove true. He said he considered
a library school in the Northwest of
the utmost importance.-
Don't leave the city, boys, before see
ing Jimmy Dunn. He's the feller wot
saves the men of Portland big money
on their suits; $27.60 to $30 suits now
$16; $15 to $18 suits now $10. Elevator
to room 81t, Oregonlan Bldg.
LUNCHEON WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.
Vlra-lnla fried chicken, corn fritters.
baked ham. green apple pie, apricot
dainty and whlppeq, cream, . orangey
water ice. ibb etn.
The slant bees of India build honeycombs
a hlfrh as 18 tet. .
Tonseth $1 Box
A generous box of
choice Cut Flowers at
only $1.00. Delivered
Order a box for. Sun
day. It. will please her.
orxsetk w r
385 Morrison St.
Opp. Portland Hotel
Main 5102, A 1102.
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JULY 14 TO 20, 1912
Go With the
A PACIFIC COAST
will engage the services
of an exceptionally cap
able man. He must
ability and the identical
experience for which his
services are desired. He
must have the capacity
to organize and superin
tend the development of .
a nation-wide' financial
remuneration awaits a
man of extraordinary
merit, regardless of
present affiliation or
residence. , Address AG
ERN PACIFIC RY.
SPECIAL TRAIN i
Leaves Portland Night of July 16
For tickets and berths call at Northern Pacific
City Ticket Office, Third and Morrison Sts.
Main 244 Phones A 1244
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agent,
a. : h mi"" ' '1
White Temple Pulpit
Walter Benwell Hlruon, .Minister
Twelfth and Taylor Streets. . .
TWELFTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
Portland's newest and most beautiful
hotel Absolutely fireproof Both
phones in every room Commercial
tourists and family hotel European
plan High-class grill in connection.
" THE ANNEX HOTEL CO.
F. P. WILLIAMS, MGR.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Vhw pacific coast contextiox or
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES SOCIETIES
Closes lta Second Annual Session Sunday at
THE WHITE TEMPLE
Moraine Sermon at 11 by Dr. Hinson. Topic
"DO YOU KNOW GOD?"
3 p. M. Evangelical Address by
Bev. H. Wise Jones, McMirinvUle, Or..
Evening- Sermon at 7:30 by
Rev. Donald D. MacLaorln, D. D.
Ot Walla Walla, Wash. Topic:
"THE MOST MAGNIFICENT
EVERYBODY CORDIAIXY INVITED.
$4 Per Month, Up.
Kohler & Chase
875 Washington St.,
at Weat Park.
H Visiting Elks 1
W& A cordial invitation is ffm
extended to Visiting
I Elks, and their friends, .
IJJ to call and inspect our MJ
p plant devoted to flie urn
sky manufacture of Printing yf
. ' : Lifliographing, Engrav
ing Blank Books, Seals
II) Rubber Stamps, etc. W
III The Irwin;-Hodson Co. M
Fifteenfli and Glisan Streets 10
Ml Stationery Store. 92 Fiftn Street
Phone East 491
Address 120 Grand Ave.
Foster & Kleiser
UIsh-Grade Commercial and Eleetiia
East Seventh and East Everett Gtreeta.
Fhonee East lill. B KZ-
If yon have a. claim of any kind, sea na,
14 year experience, hokupcbi.
RICHARD CAREY CLAIM AGENCY.
Marshall 165. 607 Yeon Bldg.
Kover V&ils to Be store Grjj
" VkJ )LV 1UUUUIM
Prercnts hair falling'.
60c. and 1-0Q ft t prargl5tg.
THE MANAGEMENT of the hotel,
by taking advantage of the products
of the splendid farms of Tillamook
J It. .Ttnatiae; sir ricrt On4 COO
a t i -i i -i ti. !!t::i:v:i; A
looa wnicn are uaiijr cauguu mtuiu t
cinrit nf tho hntnL aim tn keen tne g'
table at the highest standard.
TUALATIN VALLEY ACREAGE
Splendidly located near Portland, on United Railways. Fast trains, week
end rates, COMMUTATION TICKETS. Near town of North Plains. Elec
tric light, pure water, improved streets, modern buildings. Ideal location t ot
FRUIT FARMS, DAIRY FARMS, BERRY FARMS, POULTRY FARMS
ENCOURAGEMENT GIVEN SMALL INDUSTRIES ,
For literature write or call at office of .
RUTH TRUST COMPANY
Main 5076, or A 3774
235 Stark Street, Portland, Oregon,