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. TOE MORNING OREGONIAX, FRII AY. NOVEMBER 33, 1912. " .
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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HEILIO THEATER (Seventh and Taylor)
Lambardl Grand Opera Company in
Pucclnl'a "Madame Buttarfly." Tonignt,
S 15 o'olock.
AUEH THEATER fElevanth and forrl
nn) Baker player In tha farce, Tne
Seven Slatera.1 tonight at 8:35 o'clock.
: .iNTAf!ES THEATER Seenth and AN
or Vaudeylila. This afternoon at Ills.
tonight at 7:80 and 9 o'clock.
EMIKKSS THE ATS h (Park and Washing
ten) Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at 2:11
imlgnt at 7:30 and 9 o'clock.
Z- RIC THEATER (Fourth and Stars,)
Keating and Flood Muilcal Comedy C In
"The Heartbreakera." Tonight at 7:30 and
f.M'PLK'S. UTAH, ARCADE OH JOT
TIVOLI AND CRTSTAL-First-run ple
turea. 11 A. M. to 13 P. M.
AdTertlaement Intended for the City New
In Brit column In Sunday' Issue moat be
handed in The Orrgonian buslneaa office by
o'clock Saturday ereiiLng.
Quarrki. Over Tool Ends Sehiocsi.t.
Quarrel over the use of a paving
tool ended In a stabbing affray which
may result fatally to 'Charles Graner,
an employe of the Oregon Independent
Paving Company, at Thirty-eighth
street and Hawthorne avenue, yester
day morning. J. R. Miller, who con
fesses the act. Is In the City Jail under
a charge of assault with a dangerous
weapon, and will be held pending the
outcome. Mills, who lives at 175 North
Twelfth street, says that Graner at
tempted to take the tool away from
him and made a threatening movement
to his pocket, whereupon Mills drew a
pocket knife and made a slash which
disembowelled Graner. The wounded
man was taken to a hospital and Detec
tives Hellyer, Howell. Tichenor and
Abbott, after a short chase, captured
Poijtical Questions to Bb Studied.
The Mount Scott Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will continue the
study of political and social questions
begun last year, and has Just issued
a calendar for the ensuing year. This
month the union has been considering
city affairs. The subject November 26
will be "Civic Study, Municipal Gov
ernment, Municipal Current Events."
Mrs. D. McKlnley will be hostess at
this meeting. The monthly programmes
are made up for 1913 to September 24,,
and the list of subjects covers political
and social questions. Leaders of the
discussions are: Mrs. L. F. Additon,
Mrs. F. Heald, Mrs. Lillian Clark, Miss
Kdith Train. Mrs. Carr, Mrs. F. M.
Bates, Mrs. Ella Fankhauser, Mrs. Net
tle Dunbar, Mrs. C. S. Bradford, Miss
Olive Clark, Miss E. Griffith and others.
St. Jocns Is Substation. Official
notification has been received by Acting
Postmaster Williamson that St. Johns
has been made a substation of the Port
land office and that the change will
po Into effect on January 1 next.
Thomas J. Monahan, the present post
master, has been designated as the
superintendent of the new station and
while his salary will be reduced from
$1900 to $1300 per year he will be under
civil service rules, working eight hours
and with an annual vacation of 15 days.
At present he hires his own clerks and
works very long hours, so the change
is really beneficial to him and. at the
same time the service will be improved
by the establishment of a ' carrier
Verdict Rendered Against Railways
Company. A verdict for $2000 n favor
of Nanie Albritter was returned yester
- day morning by a Jury in Judge Mc
Ginn's court. The defendant was the
United Railways Company. Mrs. Albrit
ter was injured December 26, 1911, when
an automobile In which she was riding
ran Into a train of the United Rail
ways Company while proceeding down
the Llnnton road. The question was
as to which, the motorman or the
chauffeur, was at fault.
Bids in tor New School. Bids were
received at yesterday's meeting of the
School Board for the erection of the
Jonesmore school, the lowest tender
sent in being that by A. W. Kutsche
for $31,979. Five bids were made, the
companies or Individuals making an
application being A. C. V. Berry, George
Isackson, J. S, Winters and company,
the Lewis A. Hicks company and A.
Ths annual bazaar of the Ladies'
Aid Society of the First Congregational
Church will be held in the church
parlors Tuesday. December 3, opening
at 10 A." M. Luncheon and dinner will
he served at 12 M. and 6:30 P. M.
respectively. A most artistic display
of fancy and useful articles, household
iccessories. Jellies, preserves, pickles
and candies will be for sale.
Kast Gi-isax Street to Be Improved.
Kast Glisan street is to be improved
between East Forty-seventh and East
Sixtieth streets by grading and laying
cement sidewalks. Keenan Bros, sub
mitted a bid of $12,600. The street
was recently widened to 80 feet and
will be improved on the new street
lines. A large water main Is being
laid on the street.
Women op White Temple Will Meet.
The women of the White Temple
extend a cordial Invitation to all wo
men to attend the meeting in the
lecture room of the church tomorrow
at 2:30 P. M. Tiev. O. C. Wright, sec
retary of the state convention, will
deliver an address. Miss Shearer and
Miss Deuholm, of the Monday muslcale
Jewish Services Announced. Serv
ices will be held at Congregation
A ha vat Sholom, Park and Clay streets,
tonight at 8 o'clock. Charles W. Robi
son will address the congregation and
music will be furnished by the choir.
Tomorrow morning there will be serv
ices at 9:30 o'clock and Rabbi R. Abra
hamson will officiate.
Now is the time to have your Xmas
photos made. We are giving absolutely
free a $100 diamond ring: also, $10 in
stold coin. See ring on exhibit at
rwovage Jewelry Store, 324 Wash. st.
Present this adv.. It is worth $1 to yon
is part payment on any style photos at
arony Studio. 346lj Morrison street.
The Annual Thanksgiving needle
work sale at the Woman's Exchange
will be held Tuesday November 26. The
unusual and attractive holiday gift Is
the new Woman's Exchange engage
ment calendar for 1913, now on sale at
the Exchange on Fifth street and at
cveral department and art shops.
Beth I.srael Services Announced.
"Aesthetics of Religion" will be Rabbi
Wise's sermon subject at Beth Israel
tonicht at 8 o'clock. Service tomorrow
it 10:30 A. M. ; Bible class at S P. M.
on Wednesday. All men and women
welcome. Music will be in charge of
Mrs. Rose Bioch Bauer.
For Rent. Desirable office rooms
in the Ainsworth building. Apply
United States National Bank, Third and
Dr. Gustav Baar has returned; office
SIS Journal bldg.; hours bv appoint
ment only. Phones: A 4102, Main 3012.
Unusual Gifts for Xmas and prizes
for card parties at the Shop of Fine
Arts, corner Seventh and Salmon.
Dr. G. T. Trommald has moved his
affices to the Journal bldg.. Seventh
nd Yamhill streets.
Shekht Bros. Painting, papering.
removed to 129 12th. Main 3072, A 2410.
Aunk's Portraits. Columbia bldg;.. for
men. women, children. Maln-A Isli.
THANsomNO Postcards, 10 cents per
ioz. Main floor Woodard, Clark & Co.
Lenndn"s Umbrella Factory. Repair
ing and recovering. Morrison, opp. P. O.
Garage for Rent. 50x100, cor. 16th
to Alder. E. J. Daly, 232 Falling bldg.
Gifford'8 Oregon views for boll
Say gifts- Studio 413 Stark st
Christmas jewelry for all. Aronson's.
Clergymen to Talk on Auditorium.
Ten olerygmen of leading churches on
tha East tide have consented to speak
briefly on the public auditorium next
Sunday. Included among those who will
speak on the subject at one of the serv
ices Sunday are: Rev. D. H. Trimble,
Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church;
Rev. E. Nelson Allen, of Hawthorne
Park Presbyterian Church: Rev. C L.
Hamilton, of Mount Tabor Methodist
Episcopal Church; Rev. J. J. Staub, of
the Sunnyside Congregational Church;
Rev. Mr. Hopkins, of the Patton Metho
dist Episcopal Church; Rev. W. H. Fry,
of Sunnyside Methodist Episcopal
Church; Rev. James D. Corby, First
Unlversalist Church; Rev. Father J. H.
Black, of St Francis Church; Rev. C.
Rarlck. Central Methodist Episcopal
Church; Rev. J. H. Bennett, of the
Methodist Church, South; Rev. J. K.
Hawkins, Sellwood Methodist Episcopal
Church; Rev. W. G. Moore, Mount Tabor
Presbyterian Church. These ministers
will urge the Immediate construction
of an auditorium in order that the
building will be ready for the Christian
Citizenship Convention which will be
held in Portland next Summer. They
will recommend that the building be
on the East Side.
Dentist's Wife Wants Divorce.
Declaring that instead of his earning
$250 a month she has been forced to
contribute to his support Dr. Maude
Tanner Foster, a dentist, has started
suit in Circuit Court for a divorce from
C. W. Foster, whom she married July
18, 1912. She declares that her hus
band spun her a great deal of fiction
about his earning capacity before mar
riage, but has failed to live up to the
reputation for cleverness which he
made for himself in her mind. As
another ground for divorce Dr. Tanner
asserts that her better half has said
many mean and insolent things to her
and that he has not hesitated to threa
ten her with violence and mistreat her,
often by handling her roughly, in
public. She wants the court to make
an order taking 'from him any right
to an interest in her property which
he may have secured by reason of the
Laundry Company Gets $3000. A
Jury In Judge McGinn's court yester
day gave the Pacific Laundry Company
Judgment for $3000 against the Pa
cific Bridge Company. The City of
Portland was also a defendant but the
Judgment does not apply to It, the
Jurors specifically exonerating the city
from blame. The laundry company has
a building on Second street in soutn
Portland. In filling in a street the Pa
cific Bridge Company, which had a con
tract from the city, undermined this
structure and by throwing dirt against
the piles on which it was supported
caused part of it to topple over. The
laundry company asked Judgment for
Invention May Aid Aviators.
Leon Splro, proprietor of an Everett,
Wash., bicycle shop, who Is now in
Portland, has invented and patented an
automatic balancer for aeroplanes. Mr.
Spiro contends that his invention will
restore the balance of an aeroplane
automatically if the machinery fails to
work or for any other reason the aero
plane loses its equilibrium.
Budget to Bb Considered. The
ways and means committee of the City
Council will hold a special meeting at
9:30 P. M. today to consider the Mayor's
budget of expenses for the city for
1913. It was declared yesterday at
the City Hall that several delegations
of property owners will appear before
the committee to urge the holding down
of the annual tax levy.
H inkle Jury Disagrees. A disagree
ment was reported to Circuit Judge
Kavanaugh yesterday morning by the
Jury which tried Fred Hinkle, charged
with placing Stella Hinkle, his wife,
In a disorderly house. The Jury was
discharged. It is unlikely that Hinkle
will be brought to trial again. He said
on the stand that he was ignorant of
his wife's action.
Touno Couple Surprise Friends.
Surprising a host of friends, Edward
J. Jeffery, of the firm of Jeffery &
Bufton, and Miss Lola Lind, daughter
of N. P. Llnd, a railroad contractor
living at 800 East Clackamas street,
were quietly married at the Church
of Madeline, 7 o'clock, Wednesday night
and left to spend the honeymoon at
Examinations Are Announced. The
Municipal Civil Service Commission
yesterday announced the following ex
aminations for December: December
10, deputy inspectors of electricity;
December 13, police matrons; Decem
ber 17, fire escape inspectors; December
20, inspectors of streets and sewers,
Unitarian Bazaar. The annual
bazaar by women of the Unitarian
Church, will be held at Seventh and
Yamhill, today, from 10:30 A. M. until
10 P. M. This is the opportunity to pur
chase fancy work, fine linens ana
beautifully dressed dolls for Christmas,
and dainties for Thanksgiving.
Talmud Torah Services. Services
will be held tonight at the N. z.
Talmud Torah Synagogue, corner of
Sixth and Hall streets, at 7:30 o'clock.
Tomorrow morning services will begin
at A. M. All are welcome. Sabbath
school begins at 10 A. M. Sunday. M.
Ostrow is superintendent.
Removal Notice. J. Retsele, tailor.
moved from 831 Burnslde to 285 Salmon
street, opposite Courthouse.
Salesmen Wanted. For a well adver
tised proposition, liberal commission.
Answer T 658, Oregonlan.
"Made in Oregon" Coal. Barge Just
arrived. Main 858, A 3358.
Weddino Rings. The latest Tiffany
nape at Jaeger Bros.
Dr. Holden, Corbett building, has
See Aronson's diamonds, "La Valiers."
Diamonds, very finest at Jaeger Bros.
Use A Certificate
For money that you
have a definite use for
in a few months from
Funds left here on this
method are at your dis
posal at any time you
Safe against every dan
ger yet if left with us
a reasonable time they
bear a good rate of in
terest. A Suggestion .
A certificate of deposit
with the money available
after an equal amount has
been saved by the person
in whose name it is de
posited would be a great
incentive to saving for
some of your family.
Company of Oregon
Third sad Oak Bta.
"The. Bank for Savings.'"
Basement Mat Be Used for Plat.
Acting on the idea that the reading
room of a publlo library was hardly
the place to be used as a gymnasium
and recreation room for lively young
boys, W. F. Woodward made a request,
at the meeting of the School Board
yesterday, that the basement of the
Eliot school be kept open until bedtime)
so that children should have some place
other than a library where they might
dispose of their superabundance of
spirits. It' was referred to a com
mittee. In making his request Mr.
Woodward said: "The branch library
that has been opened opposite the Eliot
school, has been patronized beyond ex
pectation, but at times in a manner for
which we were hardly prepared. Boys
and girls, in need of some amusement,
gathered in the library and owing to
their insuppressible vitality, the quiet
of the place was somewhat disturbed."
Cars Crash in Dense Fog. Dense fog
prevailing yesterday morning, caused a
head-on collision between two street
ears at East Twenty-eighth and Irving
streets, in which Dr. M. G. McCorkle
and G. W. Hall, the motorman, were so
seriously injured as to be taken to
hospitals. Dr. McCorkle will be de
tained from his practice for several
days. He sustained injuries of the
neck and back, by being thrown head
first through the door when the two
cars struck. Another man fell on top
of him. Motorman Hall is suffering
from bruises and strains but his con
dition is not thought serious.
Auditorium Site Is Topic. The
North East Side Improvement Club will
meet at 8 o'clock this evening at the
Alblna library to discuss the probable
location of the auditorium site. The
members will indorse the candidacy of
J. N. Teal for the post of Secretary of
the Interior and will also pass a resolu
tion of confidence in the Young Men's
Rock Springs Coal, $9.50 a ton
(genuine Black Buttes, Wyoming),
delivered direct from ears to you Fri
day or Saturday. Main 358, A 3358.
Portland & Suburban Coal Co., foot of
Direct From Shanghai. Wash silks,
crepes, brocades, laces, embroidered
chiffon, dress patterns and old curios.
Andrew Kan, Jr., 2d floor. Globe bldg.
Popular Prices to Prevail Seat Sale
' Tomorrow 10 A. M.
Owing to enormous success of the
Lambardi Pacific Coast Grand Opera
Company's engagement at Heiiig Thea
ter this week, it has been decided, after
many requests, to present Bizet's popu.
lar opera of "Carmen" at Heiiig Thea
ter next Sunday afternoon at 2:15
o'clock, with Mme. Tarquinia Tarquin!
in the title role, together with Agos
tlnl, Glovacchini and Charlebalr in the
cast. Seat sale opens tomorrow, 10 A.
M., at box office of the theater. Prices:
entire lower floor, $1.50; balcony, $1,
75c, 60c; gallery, 75c and 60c
ROYAL TABLEQUEEN' BREAD
Conscientious grocers sell it. It's
Chlneae merchant In - Hongkong are
establishing- department atorea modeled on
thf American plan.
BUY YOUR THANKSGIVING GOODIES AT
"THE STORE OF QUALITY"
L. MAYER & CO.
Portland's Oldest and Best Grocers.
148 Third Street. A 4432, Main 9432.
SOME OP OUR SUGGESTIONS TO HELP YOU MAKE OUT
YOUR THANKSGIVING MENU:
Romanoff Caviar, Rolled Sardellen in Oil, Franco American
Soups, Green Turtle Meat, New Lobster, Shrimps, Artichoke
Hearts, Mellon Preserves, Grape Chutney, Spiced Cherries,
Preserved Quinces, French Camerbert "Extra Quality,"
Roquefort, and Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Bar le Due,
Plum Pudding and Mince Meats all leading brands,
Maroon Glace, "Mayer's Coffee."
FOR YOUR WINE LIST
Champagnes of all leading brands.
Leiden Rhine Wines
Deidesheimer, Hocheimer, 1908.
Johannisburger "Cabinet Yellow Label," 1900.
. Moselblumchen 1908 ; Zeltinger 1902.
Berncastler Doctor, 1900, 1907.
QUALITY GOODS THAT ARRIVED THIS LAST WEEK
St. Johnsbury Crackers, sole agents.
Imported Goose Breasts, Bismark Herring,
Truffled Liver Sausage, Imported Frankfurters, .
Sliced "Westphalian Ham.
"Delicieux" brand Camerbert, direct importation, Real Old
Herkimer Bitty Cheese.
EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAIN ,
"1912" California "Walnuts, 2 pounds for 35c.
We Solicit New Accounts. Special Messenger Service.
Black Derby Hat. well-known make,
strictly 1912 - 1913 block; worth $2.60,
I can get .a suit of clothes or an
overcoat, made by one of the
leading: clothing manufacturers
of the world, sold usually for as
high as $40, if I buy it now; have
my choice of thousands of 1912
Fall and Winter patterns, for
Guess I'll do it
' A. B. Steinbach & Co.
ClotfuncpCr) m m
The Needle Craft Shop's sugges
tion for a man's gift:
Finest 'pure Irish Linen Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs, with hand
embroidered monogram to order, in
style illustrated above. Any letter.
We also embroider monograms
on men's shirts, pajamas, etc
This Exclusive Neddie
work Shop Is Filled
With Novel Susra-estlona.
Our special order department
renders a unique and helpful serv
ice in the making by hand and
hand-embroidering of all sorts of
linens, lingerie, pillows, art pieces,
waists, baby clothes, etc.
Place Xmaa Orders TODAY.
888 Yamhill Street, Between Wert
Park and Tenth.
Prices Astonlshlna-ly Low Friday
and Saturday Only.
trated, Fri. and
2 for 15c
Genuine Scott A
Gena Globes, as
and Saturday only
Fixtures Electrical Supplies
Wlrinar Repair Work. Light
house prices mean a saving or
15 per cent. WE CAN PROVE IT.
FOSTER & KLEISER
POSTERS - WALLS
East Seventh and Bast Everett 8 treat.
Kast 1111. B 2224.
The fastest - (trowing young
city in Western Canada. The
headquarters of the Canadian
Pacific great Irrigation proj
ect, now building one of the
largest dams In the world.
Plenty of. power, natural gas
and coal mines, and the great
distributing center for large
agricultural district. Division
al point three railways and
Here is a chance to secure a
building lot located 15 min
utes' walk from th post office
for $60 each, payable $1 per
week. NO INTEREST, NO
TAXES. EVERY LOT GUAR
ANTEED HIGH, DRY AND
LEVEL. Population, 1909, 38;
Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
E. H. Holt Piano Co.
Suite 313-314-315 Merchants Sarins; at
Trust BldK Portland, Or.
Wholesale distributors for the Knabe,
Bennett. Strohber, Haines Bros., Arm
strong and Holt-Schoenberg Pianos and
Player Pianos. Territory now open for
Write Today for Prices and Terms.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
, American Plan $3.00 a day up
New rteel and ' brick atructure. Every
modern convenience. Moderate ratea
Center of theater and retail district.
On carllne transferrins all over city.
Electric omnlbua meets train and
SAN FRANGISGO ".W"1
Reinforced Concrete Bldpr., 225 Boom. H
Irst-clasa restaurant within 1 block. Bate
;l, $um to (4 per day. V. L. A. w- Turpin.
'ron. and Mgre.
ICCHVYAB PRINTING CO
IObEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
3451: STARK STREET
ll rvTAiM I
-i i r
GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
288-290-292 STARK STREET
Corn-Fed Turkeys for Thanksgiving
On Tuesday mornins we will receive 500 Fancy Turkeys. Order
now, and we will deliver as directed.
THANKSGIVING FARE 7oanuLt
good things to eat and Marrons In
Vanilla Syrup, Marrons In Brandy,
Brandy Figs, Brandy Peaches.
New Fard Dates, New Stem Gin
ger. New Malaga Raisins, New
Figs, New Stuffed Dates.
Crosse Blackwell's Plum Pud
ding In basins and In tins.
Gorgonaola Ciet se, Roquefort
Cheese, New York: and Canadian
Queen Olives, Olives Staffed
With Celery, Olives Stuffed With
Almonds, Olives Stuffed With Pep
pers. Mariposa Select Vintage, very
fine, at moderate price.
Riesling, Burgundy, Clarel, An
gelica. Muscat, Tokay.
Pure Apple Cider, Nabob Brand,
guaranteed pure and free from
preservatives, gallon 40C
Steero Cubes demons ration.
Step In and try a cup of delicious
Battle Creek Sanitarium
We are agents for this world
renowned line of health foods. Tou
will find a fresh stock here always:
Rice Flakes, two for 25.
Rice Biscuit, two for 254$.
Granoln, package 15t.
Zwlebach, package 15d. .
Laxative Biscuit 50t.
Caramel Cereal 204.
Wheat Bran 254.
Plllsbury's Beat Flour, acknowl
edsed to be the best in the world,
large sack 82.
Turkish Coffee, lb. 45c
Roasted the same day you buy
It. We are winning new trade
every day. There's a reason.
288-290-292 STARK STREET, NEAR FIFTH
East Side Public Market
lOOO Souvenirs Given Away
Doors thrown open to the public Saturday morning at seven
o'clock. Beautiful and useful souvenirs given away to the first
1000 ladies attending. Everybody turn out and inspect the light
est, best ventilated and the most sanitary market on the Pacific
Coast. There will be a wondrous exhibition of pure food products
and all the merchandise will be most attractively priced.
The opening will be informal, as goods will be sold. If you
come prepared to do your Saturday's shopping with us, you will
not be disappointed. Free deliveries.
East Side Public Market
GRAND AVENUE AND EAST STARK STREET.