Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, May 02, 1913, Page 15, Image 15

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THE aiORXIXG OREGOyiAy,. FRIDAY. 3IAY 2, 1918, .
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FAIR FOLK QUIZ
CANDIDATE ALBEE
Progressive Mayoralty Office
seeker Talks of Issues
Before Study Club.
WOMEN ARE URGED TO VOTE
-Newly Enfranchised Voters Told
They Hav Power to Correct
Evils and Will Ba Blamed If
Derelict In Their Duty.
H. R. AJbee. Progressive candidate
for Slayer, addressed the membsri of
the Civlo Study Club of University
Park yesterday afternoon at a meet
lng in the Portsmouth School. Tha au
dience was composed largely of wo
men, who showed by tha nature of tha
queries propounded at the conclusion
of Mr. Albee'a address, that consider
able study had been given tha various
questions that figure prominently in
the municipal campaign.
Ia tha course of his remarks Mr.
Albee dwelt on the Importance of In
vestigating the records of tha various
candidates who are seeking nomina
tions for city office and declared it to
ba a reasonable assumption that a
candidate who has failed to make a
success of his own business would
hardly ba likely to achieve success In
the management of the manifold af
fairs of a large city like Portland. He
urged the women voters to be sure to
go to the polls on Saturday and ex
ercise their newly-acquired right of
franchise.
The women of Portland have it in
their power to correct many of tha
evils under which we have been labor
ing." declared the speaker, "and they
will be blamed by right-minded, pa
triotic citizens. If they are derelict 'in
their duty and fall to cast their votes
on Saturday."
Xew Charter Favored.
In discussing the proposed adoption
of a rew charter Mr. Albee said he
believed the commission charter, al
though imperfect as drafted in Its
present form. Is a considerable im
provement on the charter now in force
in Portland. The detects, he declared,
could In due course ot time be elim
inated. "The modern trend of government ia
in favor of the centralisation of re
nonslbllity." he said, "so that the peo
ple can always be in a position to
pick out the official who is responsi
ble for reprehensible conditions. The
only way to secure this desirable re
sult, aa far aa the experience of Ameri
can cities has shown. Is to adopt the
commission form of government."
Various municipal problems were
touched upon by the candidate. He dis
cussed at some length the arguments
in favor of the establishment ot a pub
lic market, commending in this respect
the efforts put forth by the Woman's
Republic and other women's civic or
ganizations. Inrlarrators Are Vrged.
In recrard to the necessity of having
properly installed garbage Incinera
tors Mr. Albee said:
"The proper disposition of garbage
Is a subject that ought to have had
attention long ago in Portland. Ex
perts have reported, after carefully
comparing our system with that of
ether cities, that the method pursued
In Portland not only Is wasteful from
an economic standpoint but actually la
Inimical to the public health. The In
cinerating plant should be located out.
side the olty limits.
"I do not favor the purchase of Ross
Island under the present plan, whloh
practically forces the people to take
over the property without knowing its
true value. If the island Is to be ac
quired for municipal purposes. It
should be done In a manner whlcn will
leave no doubt in the minds of the
people that they are paying for it only
what it la actually worth.
"I am particularly In favor of a bet
ter lighting system. Uaqy of Port
land's streets, especially on the East
Side, are poorly lighted. This fact is
responsible, in some degree, for evil
conditions. Vice shuns the light and
flourishes in darkness."
BALLOT TITLES ARE TOE PA RED
Captions Drafted by City Attorney
Subject to Change by Council.
Ballot titles to IS out of It proposed
charter amendments to be submitted
to the people at the city election June
S were sent yosMrtfay to City Auditor
Barour by City Attorney Grant, Mr.
Grant In drafting the titles says his
lei'txion on the wording In not final.
1'ert.uns who object to the titles as
prepared, can appeal to the City Coun
cil, which can change the wording If
desired.
,No title, was prepared to the trans
portation terminal amendment fath
ered by J. B. Zlegler. as It Is the plan
of Attorney Grant to let Mr. Zlegler
attend to the work himself, in cora
plianoo with his request. The only
othrr measure which win he on the
ballot whloh is not In the list prepared
by Mr, Grant is the proposed firemen's
relief fund measure, which ia to be
submitted under the Initiative by petition.
FEDERAL CHARGE PENDING
Duffy, Alia Ellin, Bcin; Brought
Here From Sacramento.
Charles Duffy, alias Joseph E. Ellis,
lias Rev. E. L. Richards, will face a
Federal charge of using the malls to
defraud in connection with his love af
fairs, when he arrives In Portland in
rharge of fc'herijr Word, who has left
Sacramento, Cal.. with him.
Mrs. Duffy has been taken to San
Francisco by a Deputy United States
Marshal for the northern district of
California. There she will either give
bail guaranteeing her appearance as a
witness at her husband's trial In the
Federal Court here or an order will he
secured from the United States court In
that city permitting her removal to
Oregon as a prisoner.
The state charge against Ellis here
in that, under the name of Joseph E.
Kills, he married Anna Bock, In Florida,
buncoed her out of nearly tiuoo on the
wnv.to Portland and deserted bor with
in a few days of reaching this city. The
woman says that he had previously se
cured $700 from her. '
The postal inspectors say tfcty have
evidence that operating "under several
Aliases Duffy carried on correspondence
with many women In all parts oi tue
country through the postoffice he.-a.
PERSONAL MENTION.
l. W. Price, of Seappoose, is at the
Carlton.
J. W. Fonts, of Seattle, is at the
Carlton.
F, M. Tyler, president of the Tyler
MUllnery Company, ef Spokane, ia at
the Oregon.
Hugh Nelson, of Newberg. la at the
Cornelius.
L. W. Roberts, of Pendleton, It at
the Annex.
James E. Braley, of Seattle, la at
the Annex.
Mrs. J. II. Fulton, of Astoria, is at
the Imperial.
D. R. Morris, of Seattle, is registered
at the Carlton.
Mrs. I M. McCaffery. of The Dalles,
is at the Cornelius.
Cyrus Pierce, a Ban Franclsoo bank,
er, ia at the Oregon.
Nat C. Goodwin, the actor, is regis
tered at tha Multnomah.
W. H. Wilson, a lawyer of The
Dalles, la at the Perkins.
J. H. Manning, a contractor of White
Salmon, la at the Portland.
L W. Anderson, a capitalist of Ta-
coma, ia at the Multnomah.
8. A. Shirley and wife, of The Dalles,
are registered at tbe Cornelius.
C H. Callander, of Astoria, is at the
Portland! He ia a salmon packer.
B. R, Bryson. an attorney of Eu
gene, ia registered at the Cornelius.
A. C. Moore, a merchant of Independ-
ence, ia registered at the Perkins.
James E. Fen ton. a prominent lawyer
of Ban Francisco, Is at tbe Imperial.
T. J. Gill, a schoolteacher of Wasco
County, ia registered at the Carlton.
F. It Canarls, proprietor of a hotel
at Long Beach, Wash, la at the Perk
ins. Louis Edgard and William Wolbert,
of London. England, are at the Mult
nomah. E. O. McCoy, ef The Dalles, ia at
the Portland. He conduots a large
sheep ranch. ,
11. 8. McOowan, who Is In the cream
ery business at McGowan, Wash, Is at
the Imperial.
O. D. Colvln, general manager of toe
Seattle Car Manufacturing Company, Is
at the Oregon. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Courtney and Rev.
G. F. Courtney, of Halifax, N. 8.. are
at the Perkins.
J. L. Turner, of Astoria, Is at the
Multnomah. Mr. Turner Is captain of
a revenue eutter.
T. Jeffreys and wife, of Boise, are
at the Perkins. Mr. Jeffreys has a
stock ranch near Boise.
' A. C. Baker, of Los Angeles, manager
of the Northwest Mutual Fire Associ
ation, la at the Oregon.
Miss Jessie Boljander, of Spokane,
ia visiting friends In Portland. She is
registered at tbe Annex.
Miss Marjorle Moreland, leading wo
man In the Nat C. Goodwin company,
is registered at the Multnomah,
Mra. Frank Vogt and daughter. Miss
Elizabeth Vogt, of The Dalles, are at
the Portland. Mr. Vogt Is a banker.
Jesse E. Flanders and Mrs. Flanders,
of Denver, are registered at the Port
land. Mrs. Flanders Is a aaugnter 01
Philip Metschan. proprietor of the Im
perial Hotel.
KNIGHTS ARE HOSTS
May-Day Dance Is Given at
Masonic Temple. .
HANDSOME GOWNS WORN
.F.S.
WIFE OF XEW POSTMASTER TO
HEAD MOTHERS' COTJXOTI;,
Indorsement Is Given to War on "A.
luring" Cigarette Signs; Likewise
Simple Dress Reform Urged,
Mra. Frank 8. Myers was unani
mously elected president of the Port
land Council of the Oregon Congress
of Mothers and Parent-Teaeher Asso
ciations yesterday at the meeting of
the organisation, held In the auditorium
of the Young Women's Christian As
sociation. Mra. Myers I president of the Irvine
ton Mothers' Club. She Is the wife of
Postmaster F- H. Myers.
The ether officers elected were: Vice
president. Mrs. Martin Wagner; secre
tary, Mrs. W. A. Dickson, and treas
urer, Mra. F. A. Jackson. Reports were
read by the presidents ef the various
districts represented. The committee
appointed to urge the enforcement of
the tobacco ordinance reported prog
ress. Those in charge of this depart
ment of work are Mrs. Thomas Greene,
Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. W, J. Hawkins and
Mrs. T. C. Thomson.
Mrs. W. J. Hawkins, retiring presl.
dent of the associations, gave a short
address, Mra, Robert Tate, president
of the state organisation, spoke of the
work being done throughout the dis
trict and of the educational bureau
now being held in the Courthouse. The
Women's Christian Temperance Union
of Woodstock, through, their commit
tee, Mrs. E. H. Ingham and AIlss Wil
cox, asked and received the indorse
ment of the effort they are putting
forth to have removed all tbe "glaring
and aliurmg cigarette signs that are
bo much in evidence."
A resolution Introduced by Mrs. R, E,
Bondurant, asking all the presidents
to co. onerate in encouraging the sim
ple form ef dress In the graduating
classes, was indorsed. The women
realize that the tendency of the day is
toward extravagance and that aa so
many families cannot afford elaborate
dresses fur the girls, there should be
a decided campaign started against the
use of silks and satins and ether costly
materials for graduating dresses. This
matter will be taken up In aU the
mothers' elubs of tiio elty.
PRODUCERS TO GATHER
3TEW liAWS Wil li BE EXPDAI.NED
TO JtANUFACTUKEKS.
Gus Moser and R. JLatonrctto to Be
Speakers at Dinner at Comnier
cial Club Tonight.
The members of the Manufacturers'
Association will meet at a dinner at
tho Commercial Club tonight to hear
explanations of tho various points In
volved In the employers' liability and
compensation laws. There ta so much
doubt among the manufacturers aa to
Juet what their responsibilities aro
In connection with both laws that tne
association secured as the principal
speakers Senator Out Moser, who Intro
duced the liability bill in the recent
session of the Legislature, and Repre
sentative John R. Latourette, who In
troduced the compensation bill in the
house, both of which measures became
laws. The speakers will explain the
laws in detail and will answer the ques
tions of any of the manufacturers who
may seek further enlightenment on the
points of the laws which may not be
clear to them.
"We have had so many inquiries from
members of the Manufacturers' Associ
ation regarding the intricacies of the
employers' liability and compensation
laws," said President Mann, "that the
board of directors decided the best way
to secure explanations of the two laws
would be to Invite Senator Moser and
Representative Latourette to address
the manufacturers on the subject. Both
men are so thoroughly familiar with
al) the points for and against the bills
that Information from them direct to
the manufacturers will serve to clear
up many pf the points which are not
entirely understood by the manufac;
turers."
The dinner, which will be informal.
Is at 7 o'clock tonight.
Tables Arranged la Card rooms for
Non-Dancers Where Bridge, 5ffO
and Whist Furnish Additional
Attraction for Gnests.
May day was fittingly celebrated by
the Knights Templars, who, last night,
presided at an enjoyable danoing party
at the Masonic Temple. Attractive
decorations artistically arranged en
hanced the beauty of the spacious ball
room. Many handsome gowns were
worn, their colors blending In oharm
Ing etteot.
For those to whom dancing did not
appeal tables were arranged In the
card rooms, where bridge, 600 and
whist were enjoyed. The success of
the evening attested to the hospitality
for which the order is famed. The
patronesses were: Mrs. Will H. See,
Mrs. Robert Skcen, Mrs. George I
Baker, Mrs. John M. Mann, Mrs. A. C.
Adams, Mrs. R. B. Walcott, Mrs. W. E.
Grace, Mrs. E. E. Shaw, Mrs. John An
nand, 'Mrs. Fred I. Reynolds.
Mrs. Rose Bloch Bauer returned on
Tuesday after a pleasant sojourn at
Gearhart
The wedding of Miss Viola Estelle
Dribble and O. J. Hochtrltt was solem
nized on Wednesday at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Grlbble. Rev. Mr. Cressy of Canby was
the officiating clergyman, Tha couple
will be at home to their friends after
May 15 at 666 Johnson street, this city.
An event of Interest for Thursday
evening of next week will be the eard
party and social evening which will be
given at St. Rose parish hall. An en-
joyable entertainment ia planned. The
committee in charge Includes Mesdames
Dawson, Russell, McCord, Murphy and
Fitspatrlck.
A reception for the evening of May
9 Is the event planned by the V. I. A.
girls of the White Temple. The affair
Is to be given in honor of Rev. and Mrs.
Walter Benwell Hinson and Rev. and
Mrs, Frederick; Asar.
At an elaborate tea 'given yesterday
by Mrs. C. B. Williams at her borne
in Willamette Heights, the engage
ment of Miss Louise Williams and Wil
liam Hubbard Patterson was an
nounced. The tea was attended by a
large and fashionable assemblage ot
guests, who showered good wishes
upon the attractive bride-elect. Mr.
Patterson came to this elty recently
from Chicago, but has a wide circle
of friends in Portland, Miss Wil
liams Is a graduate of Belmont Col
lege, Nashville, Tenn.
An Interesting May day party was
given last night at the clubhouse of
the Portland Motorboat Club, with the
members as hosts, entertaining in con
Junction with the Ladles' Auxiliary.
The patronesses were Mrs. George Kel
ly, Mrs. George Kendall and Mrs. Ray
King. The committee In charge were
Mrs. Charles W. Boost, Mrs. J. S. Smith,
Mrs. A. A. Hoover, Clyde Randall, Ed
ward Ryan, A. A. Hoover, Joseph J.
Carter, Charlea E. Hit).
A luvenlle Klrmess Is being arranged
bv the society folk of Vancouver. Tlfa
affair will be under the direction of
Professor J. N. Beggs and will be sim
ilar to the recent entertainment given
under the dlrtctlon of the Oregon Fed
eratlon of Women's Clubs, which was
one of the artistic events of the sea
son and was participated in by 60
graceful little danoers.
- - -
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roenicke an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Pauline, to A. L Maeder ef Pitts.
bur?, the wedding to take place on
Tuesday at s P. fit- Mr. ana airs, juae
dor will be at heme to their friends
after June 1 at 90S Belmont street.
SUBMERGED PIPE BIDS- IN
Water Board to Kcqulrt Teriuits
Front Building Contractors.
Bids for lowering the submerged wa
ter mains under the Willamette River
were opened yesterday by the Water
Board. The three bids submitted were
sent to the engineer of the Water De-
For a Limited
Time Only
Si
We are selling a
genuine Carbo-rundumSelf-Iloning
Strop,
for barbel's and
private shavers,
'or 90
Oon't delay. This
trop is worth re
ail $2. After 3
aonths' use you
won't part with
your strop for a
ten dollar piece.
Mail Orders
Filled
Manganese Steel
Razors, regularly
$2.50. at JS1.50
Rheingold Razor,
masterpiece of
German grind
i n g, regularly
$3.50, at 81.50
Portland Cutlery
Company
86 SIXTH ST.
Opposite Wells-Fargo Bldg,
-V t 7 .J
i8SIDR't$ POWER
i ' fill fT
. fitmiah nnrt finish vonr f 11ms. - -Every
LjC ZarMflF hi. tnr Stirreftsful Phototrranhy in
Kodaks Irom
our Kodak Department.
dependable little
Brownie Cameras..
JRK ud. The
$2.00 i0 $12.00
CTrtD17CarearealI,enefttt0 every community in
Jv jlUiLJwhich they operate You benefit by the
high standard of Purity and Quality set by Tk(kr
You benefit by the low prices, to say nothing' of the effi
cient, prompt and courteous service.
These The Sapo-nol Tooth Brush
Specials IMPORTED AND GUARANTEED BY OC
for wr.j the Doirr nviv
Friday and
Saturday
Only
T3J.W- THE PRICE ONLY.
MADE IN FRANCE
KL.THKT.OIS-.
for complex
ton. i
sfxe for.
o n. soc OQf
wv
$1.00
For the
PACKARD
Tbe Best Fountain Syrtsge
That One Dollar WIU Bay
2-Quart
Size
Guar an
teed. Best
rub-,
ber. Strong
and serv
1 c e a b le.
Fitted
with full
length rubber
tub i n g,
metal
shut - off
and three
hard rub
ber pipes.
Comes
parked in
neat box.
A good family syringe that can
not be duplicated lor J -l f(
the price 3 1 ,JJ
These
Specials
for
Friday and
Saturday
Only
SPIHMAX
A face lotion,
50c size 29(J
VII. A M
P O W DBR
An antiseptic
powder,
50c size 29()
p V P K R U
TiBLETsu.
For censttpa
t i o n and
blood puri
fier, ioc OQn
size for..
When you buy a Sapo-nol tooth brush you are getting one of the finest
tooth brushes made. It is full seven Inches long and has four rows of
finest French white bristles that are guaranteed not to fall Out.
Handle Is of fine white bone, square shaped and slightly curved.
Our guarantee ia this: If the bristles drop out within a reasonable
length of time in use, return the brush to us and we will exchange
It for a new brush or refund your money.
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
'T HB
O W L'S "
thoroughly safeguards you. Accuracy
and promptness assured In filling of all
prescriptions.
T o it I
COM POUND
A rheuraatlo
remedy,
??..V.V.29a
CBJSTO
Antiscptie eye wash,
for.'!" 29c
CAKDIOL
For bilious
ness and in
digest! on.
60c aise29c
A blood
remedy.
COo silt
for.
23c
HUNTING 7
AND FISHING IV II 1 V C S
A new lot of them has Just come in
from one of the world's leading cut
lery ooncerns. The style shown here
Is I4 inches long when closed,
has stag handle, large, heavy
blade, leather pujneh, ean
opener, combination e a p 1 1 f ter
and screw - driver. German
silver bolsters on .
each end. Chain ring,
Price of this knife
0
$1,50
THE REXALL PENCIL 1 A n
With Three Extra Leads A v
OR FREE
FRIDAY AJTD SATURDAY WITH
FIFTY CENTS OR OVER
It is four Inches long and holds a liberal length of lead.
A good pencil for pocket or handbag. . Of metal. In
enamel finish. ,
KlTOli A
massage
pre paratlon,
aOc else 2fj
!M I HA X . A
kidney
remedy,
50e else 2Q(J
PHOSESH-i
General stom
a c h t e n i e,
ro?.".'.".29C
Special Candy Offering
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
rHOCO LATHS DB-4
I.IOHTS, pound., IOC
Ml.Tl'J) C.
Sil'TS, pound.... luV
CREAMED AL-1
MOnti, pound.. lOt
C O O O AXUTItJ.
BALLS, pound... If C
C H O COLATBOft
JVOI-GATI-E9, lb. 6UC
LBMOH GUMJ
nilOI'S, pound...
20c
Wl liter trreen.
SPICKD JELLVOA
OPERA DROPS,lb.UC
R O O KLASDOt!.
CHOCOLATES, lb. AUC
GUM, 2 packages for f C
Glenwood Envelopes
Box of 250, Special at
396
NIP
Won derf ul
value In
t)i1 b n x of -
aquarter thou
sand linen - rinisn
envelopes. 514 -Inch or
fiV. -inch size. Wallet
flap. Friday and Satur- OQ.
day only at, the box w3t
zIN tosk
For softening
and whiten
ing the pkin,
50c size J Q Q
(AVUIHOt-
v o r h a i r
shampooing,
50c size 2Qrj
CATASDia
COMPOUND
A 3 t o m a ch
remedy,
SOo else 22q
Closed on Sunday Afternoons From 1 to 6
LUJCPH For
the treat
ment of eer.e
m a, KOeOQn
i-e for..
Colorite
MaKes 0 1 d Straw
Hats LiKe N e w
It comes In all tho wanted
- colors and Is easily and
qnickly applied. Can be used also for other
straw goods. Results are thoroughly satis
factory where "Colorite" is used.
PAH N OTIS .
For the treat
ment of obes
tty, SOoOOn
size for.. -3
7
BROADWAY AND WASHINGTON
Established 1892 Eighteen Stores on the Pacific Coast
partment for tapluatlon. They are: Ben
t i nii- -RAiinnn Construction
Company, 'i69,50; Portland Bridge 4
Building company, u,ouif.
The board considered at length the
,,, . in tha TTnlted States Sen-
uui muuuwi-'t ... , .
ate by Senator Lane providing; agalnBt
campers or trespasser m
. . t. .-1 , T., ma t TOOIirUO Thft board
members approved the action of Senator
Lane ana will sena a mum m mm
lng him to continue his campaign for
the bill.
Upon recommendation of many property-owners
the board adopted the pol
- ...irinir hiilldara to take out
a temporary water permit before be-
lng permitted to use water for 'building
purposes. At present many of the con
tractors, it is said, use water without
paying for it. In many instances the
bill is afterward submitted to the con
tractor and has to be paid by the owner
of the property upon which the water
was used.
COMPANY GIVES 5000 FOBS
Employes of Power Company - Re
membered With Gifts.
Watch fobs, to the number of 5000,
are being handed out to tho streetcar,
electric light and lnterurban employes
of the Portland Railway, Light &. power
Company, through the order of B. &
Josselyn, president of the company. The
fobs have bronze medal3, upon which
are the words "Good Service" on one
side and upon the other, "Be patient,
courteous and attentive."
"We are giving these watch fobs to
our men," said Mr. Josselyn, "for tha
purpose of Impressing upon their minds
the main object of their duties, and
that is, that wa desire every man to be
patient, courteous and attentive to the
wants of the public "
The fobs are neat in appearance and
attractive, and they are being dis
tributed from the various barns and
sub-Btations of the company.
Mayvllle Pair Wed.
CONDON, Or., May 1. (Special.)-
Ulysses T. Crane, the bystander who
attempted to grapple with Bob Morgan,
the murderer of Vergio Hart, and who
was wounded by a bullet passing
through his head during the shooting,
which occurred here lant October, was
married In this city Sunday and is now
making his home on his Mayvllle ranch.
Mr. Crane's bride was Olive A. Eads, of
Mayville.
YOU
OCTO
doesn't know your stomach as well as you do rhe
hasn't lived with it as long as you have but he
will tell you that a well cooked cereal eaten every
morning for breakfast will strengthen the digestive
organs and keep the bowels healthy and active,;
And if he is wise he will recommend
for this purpose because it is the whole wheat
made digestible by steam-cooking,'
shredding and baking. Make your
"meat" Shredded Wheat.
For breakfast heat the Bis
cuit in the oven a few mo
ment to restore crispness ;
then poor hot milk over it,
adding a little cream; salt
or sweeten to suit the taste.
It is deliciously nourishing
and wholesome for any
meal with stewed prunes,
baked apples, sliced bana
nas, preserved peaches,
pineapple or other fruits.
At your grocer's.
Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company at Niagara Falls, N.Y.