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THE MORXIXG OliEGOXIAX, THUKSDAY, AUliUST 7.
CLUB PAYS HONOR
TO MRS. W.L JONES
President of Ebelf Organiza
tion Guest of Portland
Women at Luncheon.
MRS. F. EGGERT PRESIDES
It is the Intention of the former resl-j
dentB of Missouri now living in Camas!
and vicinity to give a picnic. ' All who I
claim the Pike state as their birth
place are requested to send in their
names to Justice of the Peace Kelley
Loe. The picnic will be exclusively
for former Missourians and their fami
lies, and the good things to be pro
vided will Include those dishes for
which the state is famous. So anxious
are the promoters of the picnic to
have all Missourians present that they
will extend an invitation to such of
the girls in the bag factory as may be
Toasts Responded To and Praise Is
Given Suffragists of Oregon for
Their Progress by Visitors
Co-operation, harmony and service,
the three elements that have made the
great Federation of Women's Clubs
such a vital part of the present order
of things, were the keynote of the
many excellent addresses given yester
day at the luncheon at which the Port
land Woman's Club entertained Mrs.
William L. Jones, president of Ebell
Club, of Los Angeles. Eighty repre
sentative women gathered to honor the
visitor, who is passing the Summer in
this city and whose presence has been
an inspiration for much entertaining in
social and club circles.
The tables were beautifully deco
rated with sweet peas in harmonizing
shades of pink. The menu was artisti
cally planned and every detail was car
ried out capably.
Mrs. Frederick Egrgert. president of
the club, presided graciously and intro
duced the speakers, interspersing her
remarks with bits of wit and humor.
Mri. Jones Responds.
Mrs. Jones spoke feelingly of the cor
dial reception she had met in her native
city and brought the greetings of her
adopted state an of its clubwomen.
She referred to the clubwomen of the
Pacific states as members of one great
family banded together for the general
good. In speaking of the various un
federated clubs of this city. Mrs. Jones
said they would realize great benefits
and be a power of strength if they
Joined the federation. She urged the
encouragement of the preservation of
landmarks of historical value and the
continued study of the legends and his
tory of Oregon. Mrs. Jones praised the
beauty of the state and the splendid
growth and progress of Portland.
Mrs. S. M. Blumauer. who has just re
turned from abroad, gave some of her
Impressions and experiences and said
that the women of Europe looked to
the American women as leaders in club
Mrs. Amon Moore gave some inter
esting sidelights on the drama and Mr
Sarah Evans, president of the Oregon
Federation of Women's Clubs, bespoke
the welcome and good feeling of the
women of Oregon for those of California-Mrs.
Marquam Offers Toast.
Mrs. Julia Marquam, who is a mem
ber of both the local club and of Ebell,
paid high tribute to Mrs. Jones in her
toast, "Our Guest."
Dr. Mary A. Thompson, Mrs. Robert
H. Tate and Mrs. F. S. Myers made
short and witty talks. Mrs. J. D. Hiss
brought greetings from the Woman's
Club of Omaha, Neb. Professor Hannah
Oliver, member of the faculty of the
State University of Kansas, addressed
the women of Oregon as "her twin
sisters in suffrage." Her remarks were
of an interesting nature.
Mrs. N J. Levlnaon. of Fresno,
brought greetings, which she laugh
ingly assured her hostesses were
Among those present were: Mrs. Wil
liam L. Jones, Mrs. Edwin Caswell, Mrs.
Frederick Eggert, Professor Hannah
Oliver, Mrs, Julia Marquam, Mrs. Amon
Moore, Mrs. John Van Zante. Mrs. C W.
l-enolr. Mrs. J. A. Pettit, Mrs. Esther
.lobes. Mis Sarah A. Evans, Mrs. O. H.
Pcttinger, Mrs. W. I Wade, Mrs. A. H.
Breyinan, Mrs. S. M. Blumauer. Mrs.
O. N. Rankin. Mrs. It. E. Bondurant,
Mrs. R. H. Tate, Mrs. F. S. Myers. Mrs.
Hubert, Mrs. N. Harris. Mrs. Crawford,
Mrs. P. Trullinger, Mrs. Harry Chip
man, Mrs. P. J. Mann. Mrs. Companion,
Mrs. J. H. Cook, Mrs. R. P. Graham, Mrs.
W. H. See. Mrs. McClung, Mrs Harry
Crlbb. Mrs. J. W. Matthes. Mrs. Edith
Knight Holmes, Mrs. K. R. Plttelkau,
Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst, Mrs A. E. Clark,
Mrs. M. H. Iamond, Mrs. L. G. lie-
Aloney, Iir. Mary A. Thompson, Mrs. A
Wurtzweiler, Mrs H. Mundt, Or. Mae
t'ardwcll. Mrs. A. Staiger, Mrs. A. King
Wilson, Mrs. M. Baruh, Mrs. J. Durk
heimer, Mrs. N. J. L.evinson, Mrs. W. B.
Hare. Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. S. E.
Gilbert, Mrs. D. M. Watson, Mrs. C. E. I
Runyon. Mrs. C. Abendroth.- Mrs. V.
strode, Mrs. F. V. Brady. Mrs. F. Har
rison. Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Rosensteln,
Mrs. F. W. Griffin. Miss Lucia Harri
mau. Miss Nona JLawler, Mrs. J. O. Hiss,
Mrs. K. Daly, Mrs. Manley, Mrs. T. Man
ning, Mrs. M. A. Newell, Mrs. Carpen
r, Mrs. J. C. Welch. Mrs. B. M. Deni
son and Mrs. J. C. Hare.
Miss Louise Boyd, the attractive
young daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. H.
Boyd, was the honored guest at a
musical at which Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher
Linn entertained last evening at their
hospitable home. Miss Boyd has just
returned from college and will leave to
morrow for the Boyd country home
nea Hood River. A delightful pro
gramme of vocal and instrumental se
lections was enjoyed and a supper
served at the recent evening affair.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Cooney. of Mis
soula. Mont., with their six children
are domiciled in their cottage at Shel
burn, near Sea View.
Mrs. Guy Robert Porter, who. since
her marriage, has made her home at
Mapleton, Or., is coming to Portland to
visit her mother. Mrs. J. G. Fleishman.
of 6S3 Hancock street. Mrs. Porter will
remain for two or three weeks and wil
be cordially welcomed and entertained
by her many friends in society.
A unique honeymoon trip will be en-
Joved by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J.
Green, -whose wedding took place at
the First Presbyterian Church yester
day morning. The couple will go by
canoe from Portland to the headwaters
of the Kelso River and will then hike
cross the mountains. Mrs. Green was
Miss Jennie K. Kimmell until the re
Mrs. S. C. Morton has been visiting
her son, S. C. Morton, at Seaside and
now at Clatskanie, where she is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. J N. Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hammond, of Port
land, are also Summering at Clatskanie.
Mrs. Lewis M. Dole left yesterday for
her Summer cottage at Long Beach to
stay for a fortnight. On her return she
will leave with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Dunning, for a trip through Yel
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Bowles have
returned from a motor trip to Van
couver, B. C.
POET'S CLASSIC IN FILMS
Essanay Company's Presentation
Stakes Hit at Columbia Theater.
"King Robert of Sicily." a dramatiza
tion of Longfellow's classic poem, pre
sented by the Essanay Company, is
the big hit on the bill which opened
yesterday at the Columbia Theater. It
BUYERS ARE TO BE
Portland Merchants and Job
bers Arranging for Sep
FAMILIES WILL BE FETED
PrSBRAt SERVICES HELD
HERE, BIRIAL WILL BE AT
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William M. Crawford.
William M. Crawford, who died
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
J. J. Johnson, 2727 Sixty-first
street. Southeast, August 3. was
born at Columbus, O., January 1,
1834. His parents were of Irish
extraction. His father died in
Ireland prior to his birth. His
mother died when he was 5 years
of age, after which he made his
home with his eldest brother.
When a young man he went to
Illinois, where he married Miss
Susannah Pray. Five children
were born to the couple. About
1878 Mr. Crawfdrd. with his fam
ily, moved to a farm near Fair
field, In Clay County, Nebraska.
His wife died In Fairfield, De
cember 10, 1S97.
Mr. Crawford came to Port
land In 1901 and lived here most
of the time since.
Surviving him are five chil
dren Mrs. Alice Thurston and
Mrs. Ella Johnson, of Portland;
Mrs. Anna Avery, of Toledo, Or.;
W. N. Crawford, of Fairfield. Neb.,
and C. S. Crawford, of Danville,
111., besides ten grandchildren and
He united with the Methodist
Episcopal Church in his boyhood.
He had been a member of Even
ing Star Grange, No. 27, of Mult
nomah County, for several years.
The funeral services were held
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock
In Lerch's parlors, Bast Sixth and
Kast Alder Btreets. Interment
will be at Fairfield, Neb.
is a beautiful and impressive produc
tion, replete with highly dramatic fea
tures. The play is Buperbly photo
graphed and the acting is of a high
King Robert is a proud and haughty
monarch, who feels that every knee
should bow to him. In a dream bis
true character is revealed to himself
by an angel and after awakening he
puts aside his haughtiness and be
comes the lowly and pentinent ruler
of his country. The play teaches
lesson which never will be forgotten.
In contrast to the heavy production
is "The Devil and Tom Walker,"
Selfg farce which makes the audience
forget its troubles. A Selig scenic
film shows the granite cliffs of Ari
zona, which tourists travel thousands
of miles to view.
A splendid comedy-drama acted by
the Edison Company is "The Romance
of Rowena." Harry Causton, a dash
ing young nobleman, is selected by
Lord and Lady Travers to be the hus
band of their daughter Rowena. When
informed of this decision the youn
woman objects, saying she has never
seen the young man and that she will
never marry any other than a brave
and strong man who knows the true
pirit of romance. When Causton is
nformed of the young woman's ideas
he disguises himself as a highwayman.
kidnaps her and makes violent love to
her. Eventually his identity is dis
closed and she quickly consents to be
come his wife. v.
Matt Denrs and Karp's orchestra
furnish an entertaining musical pro
gramme. Same bill the remainder of
Missourians to Have Picnic.
CAMAS, Wash., Aug. 6. (Speclal.l-
Theater Parties, Banquets and Car
and Klver Trips Among Affairs
Probable for Tradesmen of
Towns of Xorthwest.
Elaborate entertainment is being
planned for the visiting merchants who
come to Portland on the "Buyers' Ei
cursion" to be conducted from all points
Ln the Northwest to this city from
September 1 to 6.
These excursions are being arranged
under the auspices of the newly or
ganized Jobbers' and Manufacturers
Association, an -outgrowth of the Com
mercial Club. The new association has
effected a permanent organization by
the election of Nathan Strauss as presi
dent. C. C. Chapman as secretary and
Ignatz Lowrngart as treasurer.
The railroads radiating from Port
land have granted a fare of one and a
third for the round trip to all persons
in Oregon, Washington and Idaho who
come to Portland on these trips. Tickets
will go on sale on August 28 and will
continue on sale every day until Sep
tember 3. The return limit is Septem
More Excursions to Follow.
But this year's excursions will not
be the last. They will be seasonable
events. The jobbers and manufacturers
will continue their organization per
manently and will aim to conduct sim
ilar excursions at least twice a year
in the Spring and in the Fall.
Special inducements will be offered
country merchants to come here at
these times. The merchants will be
impressed with the fact that Portland
is the commercial center of the North
west. They will be shown the ad
vantages of the city. The reasons for
Its certain and continuous growth.
and the advantages that will accrue to
country merchants in trading here will
be pointed out.
In this way It is hoped to make Port
land more of a distributing center and
to improve the traae relations with the
Details of the entertainment are in
the hands of an able committee. There
will be some entertainment on each of
the six nights that the buyers are in
town. A banquet at the Commercial
Club, a smoker at the Commercial Club,
night at the Oaks, a theater party
and a reception are some of the even
ing features already worked out.
Side Xrlpn Are Probable.
All visitors will be guests of the Ad
Club at a luncheon on Wednesday, Sep
tember 3. Automobile trips, streetcar
rides, steamer trips and baseball games
may be some of the other attractions.
Women visitors will not be lorgorten.
Special entertainment will be provided
for members of the buyers' families.
The moving-picture shows will be open
to them and matinee parties will be ar
ranged in their honor at all of the
leading theaters. Automobiles will be
at their service and reception rooms
will be open to them at the Commercial
Free automobile service also will be
provided for the buyers desiring to visit
outlying manufacturing and Jobbing
plants. Permanent headquarters will
be opened on the ground floor of the
Commercial Club building. All visiting
buyers will be urged to register.
These buyers' excursions have been
conducted successfully in some of the
leading Jobbing centers of the country,
including Kansas City, St. Paul, St.
Louis and Chicago.
man College, of Walla Walla, Wash., Is
registered at the Portland.
C. N. Bishop, woolen mill owner of
Pendleton, is at the Imperial.
Burt Moran, of Boston, a wool buyer,
is staying at the Multnomah.
, Mrs. M. Steadman, of Vancouver, B. C,
is registered at the Cornelius.
B. L. Doane and Frank D. Sawyer, of
Forest Grove, are at the Annex.
E. H. MoHugh, a banker of Mandan,
S. D., is registered at the Oregon.
J. D. Robinson, a drygools merchant
of Baltimore, is at the Multnomah.
Dr. and Mrs. M. S.-Beekman, of Day
ton, O., are staying at the Portland.
W. P. Johnson, a capitalist of Klam
ath Falls, is registered at the Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Krwin. of Colfax.
Wash., are registered at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Whitson. of Fort
Worth, Tex., are staying at the Annex.
Mrs. Mollle Guenslote and Mrs. A. A.
Austin, of Boise, Idaho, are at the Carl
ton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Porter, of Walla
Walla, Wash., are staying at the Ore
gon. John Thorp, a timberman, is reg-
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PASADENA Y. M. C.
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W. II. ry.
W. H. DaT, who is to be gen
eral secretary of the Young
Men's Christian Association at
Pasadena, Cal., is at present Pa
cific Coast railroad secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. and during his
residence ln Portland has passed
considerable time inspecting the
work of his department in dif
ferent cities. He was sent West
by the international committee
of the Y. M. C. A. and has been
on of the strong men in the rail
road branch of the service. His
successor has not been named.
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GATES' MAIL PILING UP
Special Clerk Has to "Steal'
Even to Eat Jfow.
MRS. MALLET IS SPEAKER
Temperance Workers Hear Address
on Need of Knowledge,
Mrs. Mary Mallet addressed the Cen
tral Women's Christian Temperance
Union yesterday on the subject "Do
People Perish for Lack of Knowledge?"
She emphasized the need of knowl
edge in. order to carry on successfully
the work of temperance reform. Moth
ers, she declared, neea Knowieage
about harmful drugs found in soothing
syrups and nostrums prepared tor
their infants. She also spoke of the
Increase among little boys of the cig
arette evil, due. she said, to ignorance
of the dangerous substances found in
them, which, she declared, destroy the
body and mind.
Emphasis was laid on the influence
of alcohol on both mothers and chil
Central W. C. T- U. meets every
Wednesdav in Behnke-Walker build
ing. Fourth and Yamhill streets.
Thouirh voOne Charley Gates, of
"sDend a million" fame, isn't ln Port
land at this writing. 2300 letters ad
dressed to him are. What's more, ad
ditional mail for him is piling up at
the Multnomah-Hotel, where he has
suite reserved in expectation of being
here within the next week or two, at
tiie rate of 200 to 500 a day.
The letters are coming in so fast the
resrular force of mail clerks at the ho
tel has had to yell lor neip. xne man
agement put on an extra clerk to look
after Mr. Gates' mail alone, and this
clerk Is a busy man. He has to "steal"
time for his meals.
Gates gets more mail daily than
comes to many a good-sized town. Most
of the mall addressed to him seems to
have been written by men, but there
is a goodly proportion of perfumed
notes, a la matinee Idol and star base
The royal suite at tne munnoman.
which costs S50 a day, is In reserve for
Gates and his partv when they come.
That date Is still indefinite. He is just
likelv to roll in tomorrow on nis
private car as next week. He should
worry about expenses.
istered at the Imperial from Memphis,
Mayor and Mrs. M. Gorman of Cath
lamet. Wash., are registered at the Im
perial Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kimball, of Hood
River, are at the Portland. Mr. Kimball
is an apple orchardist.
C. II. Rattray, representative of the
General Electric Company, in Seattle,
Is at the Carlton.
Mrs. J. R. Linn and daughter are stay
ing at the Cornelius. They are reg
istered from Salem.
bus, O., and Mrs. Sterner, are registered
at tne Multnomah.
F. G. G. Schmidt, of Eugene, a'mem-
ber of the University of Oregon faculty.
is staying at tne Cornelius.
Henry D. Friedlander, of Chicago,
prominent in packing-house circles
there, is at the Multnomah
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sicher. of St.
Louis, are at the Multnomah. Mr. Sich
er is a merchant of the Mound City.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Drumheller. of
Walla Walla, where Mr. Drumheller is
a banker, are registered at the Oregon,
Mr. ana Mrs. x w. Francis, of Seaside,
are guests at the Annex.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stevens, of Spo
kane, are registered at the Imperial.
Mr. Stevens is one of the veteran con
ductors of the present O.-W. R. & N.
and the old O. R. & N, Company. He
has been ln active service on the road
more than 25 years.
On a tour of the Coast in their private
car, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald JJ. Russell,
of Princeton, N. J., and a party of
young folks are registered at the Mult
nomah. Mr. Russell is a member of the
board of directors of the Delaware &
Lackawana. Railway. Included in the
party are Miss H. R. Russell, Miss C. R.
Russell. C. H. Jones and Miss F. M.
CHICAGO, Aug. 6. CSpecIal.) F. W.
Vogler, of Portland, Or., is registered
at the Congress Hotel.
AGED MILLHAMD CRUSHED
Elevator Operator Killed in Oregon
City AVoolen Plant. '
OREGON CITY. Or, Aug. 6. (Spe
cial.) R. C Rohl. for many years i
worker in the Oregon City Woolen
Mills, was accidentally killed today
while operating an elevator ln the
Rohl was more than 70 years of age
and was recently put in charge of the
elevator. For ten years he has worked
on the looms. His body was crushed
between the floor of the car and -one
of the landings.
It Is believed he was stepping into
the car, which he must have started
from the landing, when he was caught.
MRS. WINANS SEEKS RICHES
Portland Woman Believes She)
Heiress to Part of Big- Estate.
Mrs. Louisa Winans, of 719 Liberty
street, believes she is heiress to some
of the millions left by the late John
Prire. of Baltimore. Mrs. Winans for
merly was Miss Louise Price, and her
father was, she believes, related to the
man who left the great estate. The
lands were acouired by an ancestor,
John Price, at the time of the Revolu
Mrs. Pearl D. Elliston, of Lawrence,
Kan., and F. G. Alexander, ol birmms-
ton. Ala., are also claimants.
Mrs. Winans is contemplating a trip
F.ast to investigate the matter and
niuoe her claim in --the proper hands.
She has a sister, Mrs. Jennie Downs,
of Mover. I1L. and a brother, John
Price, of the same town.
F. G. Alexander says he has the orig
inal parchment on which the grants of
land were made to Andrew and Thomas
Price by Lord Baltimore.
' PERSONAL MENTION.
W. C Almon. of Helena, Mont., is at
J. L. Stahl. of Puyallup, Wash., is a
guest at the Carlton.
Mrs. Edmund Hurlbut, CI Kingston
Pa., Is at the Annex.
Dr. E. T. Kanaga, of Hood River, is
a guest at the Portland.
A. A. Hilton, a Seattle capitalist, is
registered at the Portland.
E. S. McCord, an attorney of Seattle,
is registered at the Oregon.
J. D. Sterner, a capitalist of Colum-
S. B. L. Penrose, president of Whit-
CONTEST FOR ESTATE IS ON
Widow and ex-"Wife of Late Meier
Epstein Appear in Court.
Two women, Toba Narod, his di
vorced wife and mother of his six chil
dren, who range, ln age from 6 to 20
years, and Mrs. Marion Epstein, 20
years old and his widow, are contend
ing in Probate Court for the right of
administering the $1500 estate of Meier
Epstein, who died a few weeka ago.
The first Mrs. Epstein took action
when the second wife, who brad a di
vorce suit pending against her husband
at the time of his death, asked for the
appointment of a third party as ad
ministrator. As widow she is entitled
to first consideration, but the question
now arises as to whether she waived
her rights by falling to ask for her
Judge Cleeton will hear argument on
the subject between Attorneys F. E.
Miller, who appears for the 20-year-old
widow, and D. Soils Cohen, who rep
resents the first wife.
Involved in the controversy is a
charge that the first Mrs. Epstein pur
loined 3 suitcase containing her former
W0DCRAFT HOLDS PICNIC
Delegates to Quadrennial Grand Cir
cle Pass Bay at Champoeg.
Women of Woodcraft, including more
than B0 delegates who are here attend
ing the quadrennial grand circle ses
sion. Journeyed on the steamer Graham
ona to Champoeg yesterday, where they
attended a picnic and outing. Lunch
was served on board the vessel. The
party did not return to Portland until
It is probable that the grand circle
will conclude its work on Friday, when
the annual election of officers will take
UMATILLA WHEAT CROP BIG
Pendleton Roundup to Be on Larger
Scale, Says Newspaper Man.
"To tne Higher Being only is known
the extent of the wheat yield in Uma
tilla County this year," declared George
F. Gilmore, a Pendleton newspaper
man. who is passing a few days in
Portland, "but the indications are that
all previous records for that district
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