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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Printing-Room Main 1010. A 0J
City Circulation .....Main 7070, A 0S
Managing Editor Main 7070. A o
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A 6096
Composlng-Room Main 7970, A 6006
Superintendent Bulldln. .. .Main 7070. A 03
HEILIO THEATER (Eleventh and Morri
son.) Geraldlne Farrax, the operatic star,
tonight at 8:20.
ORPHEUM THEATER (Broadway and Tay
lor) Vaudeville. This afternoon at I:1J
and tonight at :16.
BAKES THEATER (Broadway and Morri
son.) Baker Players In "Hawthorne, o.
8. A." Thle afternoon at 2:15 and tonight
PANTAGE3 THEATER (Broadway and Al
der) Vaudeville. Thle afternoon at 1:19
and tonight at 7:10 and
EMPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Yam
hill) Vaudeville. This afternoon at J:1S
and tonight at 1:t0 and 8.
LTKIC THEATER (fourth and Stark)
Musical comedy, "The Hustling Mr.
Hustle." This afternoon at 2:15 and to
night at 6:30 to 10:45 o'clock.
PEOPLE'S, STAR, ARCADE. OH JOT,
TIVOLI AND CRYSTAL First-run plc
turea 11 A. M. to 12 P. M.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Sixth and Wash
ington) Continuous first-run pictures
from 11 A. M.
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Wash
ington) Continuous first-run motion plo
turea RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and i
Vaughn.) Baseball. Portland vs. Oak-j
isnu. xnis afternoon at a.
German Exhibit Expected. Interest
of various German business orsranlza
tions in a movement to bring; about a
suitable exhibit from the German
Empire at the Panama-Pacific Expos!
tion in 1915 is becoming widespread,
according to messages received at the
Portland Chamber of Commerce, which
was one or the nrst organizations on
the Pacific Coast to urge them to take
steps to secure such an exhibit. The
Tamdelskammer. of Hambursr. vester
day telegraphed the Portland Chamber
that It had taken the matter up with a
great deal of interest. A letter was
received from B. W. Frendentlln. sec
retary of the foreign trade committee
or the Cincinnati Chamber of Com
merce, saying that while attending the
baxon Industrial Association meeting
ne saw tne message from Portland .to
the Lelpsie Chamber. He savs hB he
lleves that Germany will have a large
Woman's Press Club to Meet. The
programme for the first meeting of the
State Woman's Press Club this evening
win do cevoted to "Market Renorts.
Implying of course the literary market
"Syndicates and Literary Agencies" and
Method of Working." The latter sub
Ject will be handled by Anne Shannon
Monroe, followed by short talks by
practical reporters. The members are
urged to bear In mind the brief busi
ness meeting at 7:S0, and come early.
Aix pen-women, wnetner members or
not, are cordially Invited to come and
take part m the discussions. The meet
lng will be held In study room G of
the Public Library. The programme
win Degm promptly at 8 o'clock.
Mowret Will Is Filed. The will of
Abraham C. Mowrey, Portland lum
berman who died September 19, and an
Inventory which showed the estate to
be worth $71,000, was filed In Probate
Court Monday. The major portion of
tne estate is lert to the widow, Mrs.
, Mary C. Mowrey. The court Is re
quested to appoint Mrs. Mowrey and
Harry Mowrey, a son, executrix and
executor respectively. Other legtees
are Rue Joseph, a son, and Fern
Elizabeth, a daughter of his second
wife; Maurice Mowrey, Alvin Mowrey.
Joel Mowrey and Harry Mowrey, sons
by his first marriage, and a daughter.
Uncle Sam Needs Stenographers.
The United States Civil Service Com
mission will hold during October its
regular Fall examinations for stenog
rapher and typewriter in the principal
cities in every state. The number of
men ellglbles has not been sufficient
to meet the needs of the service. Young
men who are willing to accept entrance
salaries of $840 and $900 per annum
have excellent opportunities for ap
pointment. Application forms and in
formation In regard to examinations
may be secured from the Commission
at Washington or the district secretary
located at Seattle, Wash.
Rmu.MjH Increase Expected. By
strict enforcement of an ordinance
which went into effect yesterday pro
viding a license on electric signs. City
Commissioner BIgelow expects to In
crease the annual revenue of the city
several hundred dollars a year. The
ordinance provides a license of 10
cents a square foot for electric signs
Illuminated on both sides and 15 cents
a foot for signs lighted on only one
Mothers Urged to Attend. A meet.
ing of the parents and teachers of the
Ockley Green school will be held In
the assembly room of the school Frl
day afternoon at S:S0. A Parent
Teachers' Association will be formed.
All parents, especially the mothers,
have been invited. Addresses will be
made by Superintendent Alderman,
Director Hummer and Mrs. F. S.
Women's Alliance! Lectures begin
today at 3 P. M. at the Unitarian
Chapel, Broadway and Yamhill. Sub
ject: ine Christian scriptures," in a
course of 18 lectures, first and third
Wednesdays. The standpoint is that
of modern scholarship. The aim la to
enable Intelligent people to read and
understand the Bible for themselves.
Admission free and the public respect
fully invited. Adv.
Christian Science Lecture. Tomor
row and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock
Professor Hermann S. Hering. C. S. B.,
member of the board of lectureship of
tne jaotner unurcn, the First Church of
Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., will
lecture on Christian Science at First
Church of Christ, Scientist, Nineteenth
and Everett streets. The lecture Is free
and the publlo will be welcome. Adv.
Louis N. Gorman's Funeral Held.
Louis Nash Gorman, the second son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wildridge H. Gorman,
whose death occurred at his home, 20
West Watts street, in Kenton, Septem
ber 25, was burled Friday. The fu
neral services were held at the chapel
on iviuingswonn avenue.
Lumber for Sale for Cash. All on
the railroad track at Holbrook, Or.
39,648 feet of ties, 7x8x8; 104,412 feet
of ties, 7x9x8; also, 348,302 feet of
doorstock and stepping. For particulars
see Chester V. JJoIph, 303 Mohawk
bldg., city. Adv.
one-third your Life im Bed!
Make that third comfortable , and rest
ful by keeping your mattresses and
pillows renovated. Portland Curled
Hair Mattress Factory. 16th and Love
joy sts. Phones: Main 224, A 1374. Adv.
East Sixth Street to Be Paved.
East Sixth street will be paved from
Hawthorne avenue to East Washing
ton street with a redress asphaltic
concrete pavement. The cost is esti
mated at $12,236.
W. a T. U. Meets Todat. Echos
from the state convention will be heard
at Central Union W. C. T. U. this
afternoon at 2:30 in Behnke-Walker
building. Fourth and Yamhill streets.
Attention, Students of De.vtistrt
adn Pharmacy. The annual session of
North Pacific College begins October J,
First assembly of students for direc
tions Wednesday at 5 o'clock. Adv.
Leaving Citt. My Irvington home
sacrificed at real bargain. Terms $50
a month. Owner, AC 404, Oregonian.
Irvisgton Kindergarten Now Open.
Broadway car passes door. Under
auspices Irvlngton Club. Miss Taylor
in charge. Adv.
Our stores will be closed tomorrow
(Thursday) on account of holiday. Sig.
Kichel & Co. Adv.
Dr. A. E. Kino moved to 351-352
Morgan bldg. Phones: Main 888, A 8045.
Dr. W. Arnold Lindset removed to
501-502 Morgan bldg. Adv.
Club Asks Tax Exemption. About
50 members of the Multnomah Ath
letlc Club appeared before County
Clerk Coffey and Assessor Reed yester
day to protest against the tax assess
ment levied against the property of
the club. Members in opposing the as
sessment urged the fact that the build
ing and ground are used for educa
tlonal and charitable purposes and
therefore are exempt from taxation.
This is the first year the property has
been taxed. Joseph N. Teal, Ralph
Wilbur, W. M. Cake, W. A. Holt, Dow
walker c. F. Swlgert and A. M. eus
worth addressed the members of the
equalization board urging the claims
of the club. Representatives of the
Crescent Manufacturing Company and
Eilers Music Company were present to
protest against the assessment made
on their property.
Oscar Herman Is Indicted. Oscar
Herman, who pleaded guilty to forgery
of a check yesterday, was sentenced
to from 2 to 20 years' imprisonment.
The sentence was passed by Circuit
Judge Cleeton. F. M. Dempsey, Deputy
Prosecuting Attorney, refused to reo
ommend a parole. Herman was charged
with stealing nine blank checks signed
by S. G. Lubliner, a florist for whom
he worked. Two of these he cashed at
saloons, one for $32 was cashed at
Lennon's glove store and an effort
was made to cash another at M.
Sichel's. The Indictment was found on
the check cashed at Lennon's.
Voters' Pamphlet Issued. A
pamphlet containing a list of the five
referred measures passed by the last
Legislature, which are to be voted on
by the people of Oregon at the referen
dum election on November 4, together
with arguments for and against each
measure, has been Issued by Secretary
of State Olcott. The five measures in
clude the referendum on the Univer
sity of Oregon building repair fund, ap
propriating $65,000 for improvements
to buildings; the appropriation for new
buildings at the university: tne sterui
zatlon act; the county attorney act, and
the workmen s compensation act.
University President coming.
President George E. Vincent, of the
University of Minnesota, who soon will
start on an extended Western lecture
tour, will Include Portland in his
itinerary and will appear in this city
early in November. His tour will begin
In Helena, Montana. October 27, and
before coming to Portland he will visit
Spokane and Seattle. Alumni of the
University or Minnesota in forxiano
probably will arrange In the near
future for a special entertainment for
him during his visit here.
No Change Made at Present. At a
meeting of the highway advisary board
with the County Commissioners held at
the Courthouse Monday afternoon it
was decided that no change be made
at present In the division of road dis
tricts and the method of apportionment
for the Improvement and upkeep of the
roads. At present there are tmj. toad
districts in the county, each of these
being divided into subdistrlcts. Tne
two larger districts are each In charge
of a superintendent who has assistants
caring for the smaller units.
P. L. Ruttle Is Indicted. The grand
Jury yesterday returned an Indictment
against P. I Ruttle charging him with
the theft of a walrus hand bag, a, toliet
set,- kodak and watch, the property
of B. W. Flack, from the Imperial
Hotel. The case against Stanley Zuch,
alias Stanley Zurch, was turned over
to the Juvenile Court and probably will
be disposed of at the Saturday ses
sion. The alleged theft was committed
August 29. Judge Cleeton fixed the
bail of Ruttle at $2000.
Commissioner After Insurance Men.
To determine whether or not the
city is getting all the revenue it is
entitled to from Insurance companies
and agents. City Commissioner BIge
low has started the compilation of a
complete new list. Each agent la re
quired to pay a license of $10 a year
for each company represented. It has
been said that in the lists used here
tofore some of the agents have not
been accredited with all the companies
Rotarians Seb Stockyards. Driving
In automobiles from the Commercial
Club the members of the Portland
Rotary Club went to the Union Stock
yards yesterday aB guests of the Union
Meat Company at luncheon served in
the Transit HoteL C. C. Colt, presi
dent of the Union Meat Company, gave
an address of welcome and after the
luncheon a tour of the stockyards and
Inspection of the Union Meat Company's
packing plant was enjoyed.
Constable Kept Bust. For the
nine months ending September 30, the
Constable's office has handled 636 war
rants of all kinds. Issued by the three
Judges of the District Court, Deputy
Constable Hunter yesterday figured. In
going over the record for the past
months of 1913. In that time 395 ar
rests were made, other warrants being
those of seizure and of searching places
where illegally-held property was sup.
posed to be.
Are Your Hose
We issue an unrestricted "wear
insurance" policy on every pair of
The body of the hose is pure silk.
The heel and toe are spliced with
The linen garter ton Is firmly
seamed to make "runs Impossible.
WOMEN'S "PHOENIX," 75
MEN'S "PHOENIX," 50
"We Serve You Hand and Foot."
Morrison Street, Opposite Postoffice
C K. Berg, Manager
Oregon Men Royallt Received. Ore-
gonians were not neglected at the an
nual Grand Army of the Republlo en
campment held at Chattanooga, says B.
F. Allen, who has forwarded his re
port of the meeting to the Grand Army
headquarters. "There were not many of
us there, but we were royally re
ceived," writes the veteran. Mr. Allen
was on the committee on resolutions.
and A. W. France, another Oregon
man, was chosen a member of the Na
tional council of administration. Other
Oregonlans present were: L, M. Guy,
Portland; George Sykes, Portland; W.
Flurrer. Clatskanie, and L. C Shorno,
Portland. Colonel E. Hofer, of Salem,
was a delegate from the Oregon chapter
of the Sons of Veterans.
Westover Company Incorporates.
Articles of incorporation for the
Westover Company, a $650,000 real
estate corporation, was filed yesterday
In the County Clerk's office. The in
corporators of the company are: P. P.
Dabney. M. M. Matthlessen and H. H.
Parker. The capital stock is divided
Into 6500 shares of a par value of $100
The Portland Hotel.
Beginning today we serve a delight
ful table d'hote dinner every evening,
6:30 to 8; $1 weekdays, $1.25 Sundays;
music For after-theater table reserva
tions in the grill tonight, telephone us
The Hotel Seward Is quoting a spe
clal monthly rate on a limited num
ber of nice front suites; also, single
rooms, with or without private bath
Special. Cosmopolitan, Delineator or
American Magazine, two years, ji:
many special clubs. Main 9498. Adv.
Jewelry Salesmen Wanted. None
but first-class, experienced, men need
apply. Aronson s. Adv.
Gold Schmidts Agency removed to
208-9 Stock Exchange bldg. Third and
E. Gurnet, the ladles' tailor, Mohawk
bldg.; moderate prices. Adv.
Dr. E. C. McFarland moved to
867 Morgan bldg. Main 2261. Adv. .
DR. Biers dorf Morgan bldg. Adv.
Great Singer and Beautiful Woman,
Geraldlne Farrar Will Sing In
Portland for First Time.
Tonight at the Helllg, Twelfth and
Morrison streets, the Geraldlne Farrar
concert takes place, under the direc
tion of Lois Steers-Wynn Coman. A
woman of noble mind and heart, great
beauty and captivating personality,
whose friendship is valued highly by
the most brilliant men and women of
our time, both In Europe and America,
Miss Farrar Is loved and admired by
all. from the Crown Princess of Ger
many down to' the scene-shifters and
stage-hands. Her wonderful voice has
the note of human appeal that wins all
ir'r petite figures we
show the swages -little
suit illustrated and
many others cut to ac
centuate the best points?
The exclusive lines and
handsom: material of
our $25 to $38 Suits,
take them out of the
usual class ot moderate
Portland's Exclusive Garment
Washington at Tenth
Portland's Best Apartment House
S. W. Got. Broadway and Jefferson
Elegant unfurnished apartments,
first-class service, heat and hot
VJ little fellows,
for boys, for young men,
for men who feel and look young,
and for the conservative and elderly men
in every assured style tailored from all-wool fabrics
suitable for Oregon climate in assortments from the cheap
est that's good to the best.
These Fall days the little fellows feel chilly first. The two-color com
bination overcoats are decidedly new, comfy and sensible econo
Select yours while the assortments are
Many are cravenetted or waterproofed.
Gas Kuhn, President
the resignation of Joe Klenlen, who
Is now In Montana, Howell has been
Identified with the detective branch of
the police bureau for two years and
with his partner. Detective Hellyer,
has made Beveral arrests of consider
able note, chiefly among- plckpookets
and other thieves.
EXCHANGE CHICKEN PIE
Stuffed halibut steak, braised lamb
tongrues, 'Shirred egg's and bacon, roast
lamb, shrimp salad, asparagus tips.
desserts. 186 Fifth street. Adv.
High Bidders Get Bonds.
The City Commission at Its regular
meeting today will pass an ordinance
providing for the sale, some day next
week, of $305,387.69 in 10-year 6 per
cent municipal imorovement bonds.
The issue will be offered for sale to
the highest bidders.
Announcement has been made by
City Commissioner Bigelow that the
sale will be open to small Investors.
provision having been made for the
Issuance of the bonds in denomina
tions as low as $100. It Is expected the
bonds will sell at a premium of be
tween 3 and SV4 per cent above par.
Station to Be Enlarged.
CORNELIUS. Or., Sept. 80. (Special.)
F.W. BALTES & COMPANY
5 INVITE TOUR INQUIRIES FOR ?
i Main 165
All Kinds Spanish Cooking. Best
Wines, Liquors and Beers Served.
THE HAIR STORE
tZO Sixth St. - Better Quality Hair Goods.
812 Switches, 8?-lnch, 8 separate
$ Is Switches, 28-tnch. 8 separata
6 All Rouad 22-lnch transformation J
:nts- Tousees to order .i?
Gents- Toupees i iiA . aio
Ladies Wls to order. ....... ..110 to i
Mali ora.r. r"u"J -"r""
The Hair Store. 120 etfc st Bear Wash.
Following the visit here last week of
a party of Oregon JSiectrio oniciais,
word has been received by W. H-Ears-
ley, station agent, that the company
intends, to enlarge the Cornelius sta
tion, by nearly double its size.
PORTLAND'S BEST LUNCH
At the Holtz Store, i
6erved from 11 A. M. to 4 P. M an
attractive menu. Soup Mulllga
tawney, 6c Fish Scalloped Fish, 10c
Entree aaKea nam, torn orenu, no
Salads Combination, Fruit, Tomato
Potato, 6c. Vegetables Asparagus
Boiled Hominy. Creamed Cabbage, Po-
tatnaa PntAtOAR. & 1& HoltZ. 16C
n,a.Ai.t, TiirMtnBrs Pies and Pastrv
from our own oven, 6o. Fifth-street
entrance direct to restaurant The
Holtz Store. Fifth and Washington.
Detective Howell Promoted
, Glenn Howell, detective, was yester
to the rank of detective
sergeant to take the place vacated by
Portland. Oregon, September 30, 1013.
Go Hand in Hand
The Proof of It:
of all Life Insurance Companies operating in Ore
gon (49 of them) show: In five years ending Jan
nary ist, 1913, Orcgonllfe sold more policies in
Oregon than any other Life Insurance Company.
These sworn statements are public documents, on
file at the State Capitol, Salem, with Oregon's
uommissioner or insurance, Mr. J. w. Ferguson.
The Last Days!
Take Advantage of the
Every line presents rare opportunity for
"Watch for opening of the new store in a very few
days Portland's best jewelry 6tore.
283-285 Washington St., Between 4th and 5th Sts.
1 flCKumuC surpassed its own wonderful record
by selling more policies and doing a larger busi
ness in every department in the first nine months
than In the entire year of 1912.
In September, 1913
sOrfirnnTif1 prwiaced a larger business
than ever produced In any
monin since organization or the Company.
Discriminating buyers of Life Insur-
know the superiority of
and give it preference
over all other companies.
A. L. MILLS.
Home Office, Corbett Bulldlns;, Fifth and Morrison, Portland.
BEFORE YOU SIGN an application for Life
Insurance in any other company, examine the
SUPERIOR POLICY CONTRACT and LOWER
PREMIUM RATES of QregODTlfe
L. MAYER & CO.
THE EIGHT GOODS AT THE BIGHT TIME
Are Always to Be Had at This Store.
'THE STORE OF QUALITY,"
Portland's Exclusive Handlers of Everything Good to Eat.
148 Third Street. A4432, Main 9432.
TO ARRIVE TODAY:
This delicious Breakfast or Luncheon Specialty, packed in links and
Meat, one pound to the package. Price this year no higher than usual.
Links 40? a lb., Meat 35 a pound. Another shipment will arrive
for Saturday. Place your orders today and we will deliver at once or
SPECIAL NOTICE This store will be closed all day Thursday, Oct.
2, on account of Jewish Holiday. Please anticipate your wants today.
OUR LIQUOR AND WINE DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE
IN OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT is always to be found the
finest cooked Meats and Delicacies.
START THE MONTH BIGHT and open your account at the
"STORE OF QUALITY." Special Messenger Service.
If Arguments Do Not Convince You
Investigate the Facts Back of the Argument
Inspect our Commercial, Derby and Cutler lines of Office Fur
niture in the several grades we carry high-grade, medium
and low-priced all reduced 20 to 33 1-3 per cent during our
Great Removal Sale
$60 Oak Roll Top, 60-inch Removal $42.00
$95 Oak Roll Top, 60-inch Removal $64.00
$160 Oak Roll Top, 66-inch Removal $107.00
$204 Oak Roll Top, 66-inch Removal $136.00
$103 Mahogany Roll Top, 60-inch Removal. . .$69.00
$128 Mahogany Roll Top, 60-inch Removal S88.00
$146 Mahogany Roll Top, 66-inch Removal $97.00
$250 Mahogany Roll Top, 66-inch Removal $125.00
TABLES, REVOLVING AND SIDE CHAIRS, in all grades of
Oak and Mahogany, reduced in like proportion.
FOUR-DRAWER DERBY VERTICAL LETTER FILES, regu
lar $34 quality, reduced to $25.00.
- Take a stroll through our
store and note the many ex
ceptional bargains in Btat'.on-
A 11 1
ssyjyiri.ii.i js.fcA it ery or an Kinas.
Tr"' ' r ' "'. , 1 sk I mm .
lZ&t&syi Regular Prices Reduced 25
:jxu-iJ to 50 Per Cent.
Some interesting cut prices
in Typewriter Supplies.
m x-r ...
I Jhll I at
10 to 25 Per Cent Discount
on numerous items in
Architects' and Engineers'
Instruments and Supplies
"Everything for the Office"
Commercial Stationers, Office Outfitters, Printers,
Engravers, Booklet Makers and Bookbinders r,rTI'
' ' i OAS
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.50 a day up
New steel and brick structure. Third ad
dition of hundred rooms now building.
Erery modem convenience. Moderate
rates. Center of theatre and retail dis
trict. On carlines transferrins all orer
city. Electric eauusu aaeU Usias sad ttessMrs.
MunseSI Optical Co.
210 Northwest Bids.
?T. W. Cor. Wash. St. and Sixth
Day Night Schools
60 31 EN' TEACHKKS
Crmnaslums. fivrlmmlnjr. Libraries.
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hJBEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
Kngllsh (tor foreign men)
Kngllsh Grammar .......
Kngllsh Literature .......
bisinkss and trade
Accounting (full course).
Advertising (full course).
Automobile (full course).
Han Reading-Cost Engl
nnerlng . ..............
Reinforced Concrete Const'n
Show Card writing ,
Surveying and MnnDlna..
Talegrapny and Dispatching
Wireless Tel'gT'phy (course)
Architectural Drawing ...
Freehand Drawing ......
Public Speaking .........