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TITE MORXIXG OREGONIAN", THURSDAY, APRIL 2. 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Minatltl; Editor Main 7070, A SO5
City Editor Main 7070. A 6O04
Sunday Editor .. .Mala 7070, A SOUS
City circulation Main 7O70. A eous
I'orapoalng-rooffl . .... Main 7070, A bOl5
printing-room Main 7070, A Ko
superintendent Bulldina; . . .Main 1070. A 0i
ORPHZUM THEATER (Broadway and Tar-
jorj cmcagu Urand upera company
"Pasltacci." Tonight al H:13.
HRILIO THEATER (Eleventh and Morri
son) Henrietta CrossmaQ in the comedy,
"The TonKuea of Men." Tuulght at b:13.
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morri
son) Baker Players in -Mlaa Hobba," To
night at 8:15.
EMPRESS (Broadway and Yamhill) This
afternoon at 2:15 and tonlsnt at 7 JO
PANTAOES (Broadway and Alder Thla
afternoon at 2.1b and tonigwt at 7:
MOVIMCJ PICTURE THEATER8.
PEOPLES Weat Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Waahinston.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Waataloston.
GLOBS Eleventh and Washington.
NEW 8TAR Park and Washington.
ARCADE Waahlnston, near Broadway
Alumni Association to Grre Plat.
After two weeks' careful work and
study the Brooklyn School Alumni As
sociation is prepared to produce its
second play entitled. "Riverside Farm"
in the assembly hall of the Brooklyn
school next Monday night. The lead
ing characters in the play are: Flor
ence Hill, Hilma Fox, Alice Dement,
"ftalph Woods, Clement Hopele, Max
Brombersr. John Lee. Herbert Plppy.
air. Pippy and Florence Hill will plau
the leading role, while the otnera win
have a larare share. Miss Hill will
have the part of "Miss Lavlna Battles'
and Herbert Pippy that of "Titas
Trent." Ralph Wood will be "Maurice
Van Dunee." The association rendered
"The Sophomore" several weeks ago.
State Asks City's Aid. For use In
a general appraisal of the property
of the Portland Railway, Light &
Power Company the State Railroad
Commission has asked the City Com
mission to make an investigation and
determine the cost of the paving be
tween the tracks of the company
throughout the city. The proposition
was before tue Commission at a meet
ing yesterday and In all probability
this work will be made a part of the
general appraisal which the city is to
make of the company s property.
Sunday Law Hearing Set. A public
hearing will be held before the Council
finally passes an ordinance proposed
by City Commissioner Bigelow to re
ouire all grocery stores to close on
Sundays. The hearing will be held
a week from tomorrow at 10 A. M. It
is expected a large delegation of rep
resentatives of small stores will be on
hand to contest the measure. The ordi
nance as proposed would prohibit
grocery store proprietors keeping their
places of business open even lor a
few hours on Sundays.
Registration Rally Planned Tonight.
A registration rally will be held at
the North Portland Library tonight at
8 o'clock. Subject, "Why We Should
Register as Republicans, ' T. T. Geer
"As Democrats," Judge John H. Steven.
son; "As Progressives," Arthur I. Moul.
ton; "As Socialists," Charles W. Barzee
"As Prohibitionists," E. E. Taylor. Any
questions regarding registration will
be answered. The meeting is under the
auspices of the Oregon Civic League.
Dr. Chapman to Lecture Dr. C. H.
Chapman will deliver a lecture on
"The Present Outlook in Educational
Matters," before the Parent-Teacher
Club of Portland Heights, on Wednes
day night, April 8. Following the
lecture there will be a discussion of
the proposed changes in the present
school law. This is the first general
meeting in the new school building
and all voters are Invited to be present.
Veterans Meet After 50 Years.
At the home of James De Lane, 3244
Fifty-fourth street South East, Tues
day night, four veterans of the First
Wisconsin Battery, who had not seen
each other for 50 years, met and talked
over their Civil War experiences. They
were Captain Daniel Webster, of Salem,
aged 81; G. W. Uale, Minneapolis, 72;
W. L. Coe, Newberg, Or., 77, and James
De Lane, of this city, 77.
Postal Receipts Gain 11.6 Per Cent.
The March receipts of the Portland
Postoffice show a gain of 11.6 per cent
over March a year ago. Postmaster
Myers' report, issued yesterday, shows
the receipts for March, 1913, as $94.
152.13 and for March, 1914, as $105.
OS6.23. The surplus of funds remitted
from other postofflces In the state to
the Portland depository show a gain
from 121,197.91 to $23,939.81.
Total of 829 Jobs Given. During
March 829 Jobs were given out by the
Municipal Free Employment Bureau
according to the monthly report of the
bureau made yesterday to the City
Commission. Of the total 676 were
lor men and 153 for women. Of the
jobs for men 598 were within the
city and 78 outside and for the women
126 were inside the city and 27 out
side. "Travel Tali;" on Tonight. L. O.
Armstrong, a well-known speaker,
will give a "travel talk" tonight at 8
o'clock In the auditorium of the Young
Men's Christian Association. His sub
ject will be. "The Way to a Home." The
lecture will be illustrated by moving
pictures and stereopticon views. There
will be no admission charge.
Contractors Mat Have to Pat.
Tersons constructing cement sidewalks
will be required to pay for the use of
water used in the construction, if a
plan submitted to the City Council yes
terday by Commissioner Daly is
adopted. Mr. Daly says contractors
often use a great deal of water for
which they pay nothing.
Former Mexico Resident to Lecture.
Rev. W. L. Mellinger, who lived in
Mexico, will give a lecture on "Mexico
and Its Present Moral Condition" on
Sunday night at 7:45 o'clock at the
First Christian Church. The subject is
one that will attract a large audience.
The lecture is free and music will be
an added feature.
Teachers to Have Charge. The
Mother-Teacher Association will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in
the assembly hall of the Brooklyn
scnooi. .exercises ot the day will be
under the charge of the teachers of
this school. A varied programme will
he rendered. The children will give
professor Iier to Lix-rt-RS. "Self
Development and Self Sacrifice" is the
suDject or the lecture in the Reed ex
tension course on everyday ethical
problems, to be given by Professor
f.wer at the Main Library this even
ing at s i'. ju. ine lecture is open
to ine puDiic.
Gold Medal Contest Is Friday Night.
a goiti-meoal contest will be held
Friday nisrht in the Woodstock Metho
dist Church, under the auspices of the
oodstock . C. T. Tj. Five cirl
who have won silver medals, will
compete for the prizes.
Boy Baby Arrives. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Rogers, of 435 East Fifty
third street ..orth, are the proud
parents of a lOVj-pound baby boy,
which arrived ft their home Tuesday
Negro ' Cook Arrested. George
Williams, L'3. a negro cook, was ar
rested in T'ortlai.d yesterday by De
tectives Grisim and Smith on request
of the Tacoma authorities. Williams
is accused of stealing $125.
Hotel Carlton. 14th and Wash
ington, desirable suites and single
rooms, all outside, with or without
bath, moderate rates by week or month
Salesroom Arts and Crafts Society,
169 ll'th at., Easter novelties. Adv.
Shipherd Springs. Now is a good
tim. to so. Adv.
Statton League Organized. The
Stayton Development League, just or
ganized with George Keach, president.
and J. H. Thoma, secretary, has sent in
its membership in the Oregon Develop
ment League and is preparing to carry
out a big campaign for the better
ment of the City of Stayton. Hard
surface pavement is to be installed by
public subscription instead of the levy
ing of a tax and many other improve
ments are contemplated. Another club
which has also within the past week
joined the Oregon Development League
s the club organized about a year ago
Club Names Committee. J. 8. Clem-
ence, A. C. Black and C. C. Chapman
will represent the Commercial Club at
the meeting of the Rose Festival
directors tomorrow night to consider
co-operation of clubs of the"' city In
the coming event. This committee was
appointed Tuesday at the meeting of
the board of governors. C. S. Jack
son was named as the speaker to
preside over the luncheon of the Com
mercial Club Saturday, and he will
present a programme on the opening
of steamship traffic between Portland
Lodge Holds County Convention.
The Modern Woodmen camps of Mult
nomad County me at 2 P. M. yester
day In Knights of Pythias Hall, with
X. J. Darlington as chairman, and F.
W. Funk, secretary. The following
were elected delegates to attend the
state convention, which will meet at
Eugene, May 6: J. W. Simmons, state
deputy of the society; H. F. McGrath
deputy collector of customs, and Fred
uraap, manager for the Pike Tent &
Awning Company; alternates, F. W.
Funk, C. C. Hood and George Mumm.
Railroad Fined for Violation.
Judgment by consent for $100 and
costs was rendered by Judge Bean in
the United States District Court yes
terday In the case of the Government
against the Corvallis & Eastern Rail
road Company for noncompliance with
the safety appliance code of the Inter
state Commerce Commission. The suit
was brought several months ago as a
result of Inspectors discovering that a
grab iron was missing from one of
the company's cars.
Aoed Ship Carpenter Falls. J. H.
Rutter, a ship carpenter, 74 years old,
fell off a scaffold at the Supple Ship
yard, at the foot of Belmont street.
yesterday, and was picked up uncon
scious. He was taken to Good Samarl
tan Hospital, where It was found that
he had sustained a bruise behind his
right ear, which is not considered
serious. Rutter lives at 1347 Denver
Missino Brothers Sought. The As
sociated Charities earnestly desires to
communicate with James and William
Hickey regarding the condition of
their parents. Any one who knows
any of the friends or acquaintances of
tnese men or who can give any In
formation regarding their whereabouts,
win confer a favor by communlcatln
with the social service secretary at
the organization's rooms, 411 Commer
cial block. Main 717.
Two Alleged Speeders Arrested.
C. B. Studson, a merchant, 30 years old,
was arrested yesterday at Porter and
Hooker streets, by Motorcycle Patrol
man Bewley, and charged with speed
ing his automobile. The same officer
arrested A. Dobner, a chauffeur, at
East Water and East Ankeny streets,
on a similar charge. Both men were
released on their own recognizance.
Auditorium to Bb Cleansed. Be
cause of the liklihood of the Gipsy
Smith Auditorium, where the unem
ployed were housed during the Winter
being used for concerts and other
affairs during the Spring and Summer
months, the City Health Department
has commenced a thorough cleaning of
the place. The floors and walls are
to be scrubbed with disinfectant.
Seattle Mayor Dined Today. Mayor
Gill, of Seattle, will be the guest of
honor and principal speaker at the
luncheon of the Progressive Business
Men's Club in the Multnomah Hotel to
day at noon. J. F. Carroll will be
chairman of the day. Mayor Gill will
talk on "Civic Affairs."
Parole-Breaker in Custody Sheriff
Webber, of Butte County, California,
left yesterday for Orovllle with C. L.
Culross. wanted for parole-breaking, a
few weeks after he had been sentenced
to San Quentin for robbery. Culross
was arrested here Saturday by Deputy
Mrs. Solb's Funeral Held. The fu
neral of Mrs. Solb, who died Saturday
at the home of her daughter, was held
yesterday from St. Andrew's Church.
East Ninth and Alberta streets. Inter,
ment was made in Rose City Park
Cemetery. Mrs. Solb was 68 years a.
iast mdb Business Men's Club
Meets. The East Side Business Men's
(lub will meet tonight at the Hotel
Clifford. Widening of Union avenue
and the construction of a. trade school
win be considered.
un. harry .mckay has resumed
practice, 413-416 Morgan bldg. Both
p n ones. acv.
Dr. Dayton, glasses. Swetland bid z.
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Title & Trust Co.
Wholraale and Retail.
have become an absolute
necessity in artistically fur
nished, beautiful homes, not
merely for their durability,
artistic designs, and by not
decreasing in value after
years of wear, but mostly
for their distinctly rich and
unfading colorings and har
monious color combinations.
When I o lc I n s; for ruga,
please remember that our
collection, aa well na prices,
may intercat yon. All we ault
la "Inspection and comparl-
Importer of Oriental Rukm,
Washington. Bet. 13th nnd 14th.
the "last city election" shall be sulTl
cient. The "last city election" was
special election in December, at which
about 15,000 person voted. On thl
basts, the number of names required
would be about ZoOO. If the regula
city election, held last June, were
taken as a basis the required numbe
would be about 6800. The question
will be decided by Mr. LaRoche.
BRIDGE FRANCHISE READY
Measure Filing Charge for Cars Vs
Ing 'Spans to Be Advertised.
After arranging the details, the pro
posed ordinance granting a franchise
to the Portland Railway, Light & Pow
er Company to operate cars over the
various city bridges at a rate of three
centsVor each car, was sent up for ad
vertising yesterday by the City Com
mission. The measure will be adver
tised for 20 days, after which it will
be before the Council for final pass
It will do away with the contracts
held by the company for use of the
bridges and will place all bridges on
the same basis.
PETITIONS STAND TESTS
Referendum on Daly Water Scheme
Officially Invoked. .
rinding mat the names signed on
the petitions invoking the referendum
on the Daly universal water-meter or
dinance are in correct frm and are not
irregular in any way. City Auditor
Barbur announced yesterday that he
will accept the petitions ana rilace
inem on ine. l nis means that the ref
erendum has been invoked and the or
dinance will be held up until it is
voted on by the people at the regular
city election a year from the coming
June, or at a special election. If one
Mr. Barbur says he has counted the
names and has found that there are
enough. He has been unable to find
anything wrong with the Detitiona. He
has 10 days from last Saturday to pass
finally upon the petition, but says his
investigation has been sufficient.
DUMPING BAN IS OPPOSED
Mr. Daly Objects to Ordinance lie'
signed to Protect Bridges.
Fearing that the First street and
Front street bridges over Marquam
gulch will be damaged by the city per
mittlng the dumping of street sweep
ings and other waste materials in the
gulch. City Commissioner Dieck yes
terday presented a proposed ordinance
to the Council prohibiting the dump
ing. The measure met with the oppo
sition of Commissioner Daly, who
wants to use the gulch as a place for
disposal of street sweepings.
Mr. Daly says, if the gulch cannot
be used, it will cost the city several
thousand dollars to find a new place.
The Council deferred action on the
HIRING AUDITORS URGED
Roadmaster Suggests Using City Em
ployes on Improvement Iteport.
Recommendations were received yes
terday by the County Commissioners
from Roadmaster Yeon that E. V. Hale
and F. E. Flanders, Deputy City Audit
ors, be employed by the county to tabu
late the report of appraisers appointed
to assess property in the Riverside
drive and Base Line road districts for
the hard surfacing of the two roads.
The work is highly technical and Mr.
Yeon reported that County Clerk Cof
fey had advised him that he had no
one in his office who was familiar with
work of that character.
BUILDER ENTERS POLITICS
At urgent requests of the many
friends of W. A. Wynkoop, he has de
cldcd to be a candidate for Republican
nomination for State Representative
from his district.
:ir. Wynkoop is a native born Port
lander and a life long Republican. He
was educated in the Portland Public
Schools, later entering into sheet metal
and roofing business, which be has
Mr. Wynkoop announces as his plat
form, economy, efficiency, and justice
to all. (.Paid Adv.)
'X asking you to visit
our Exposition of
Oriental Rugs for
the Spring of 1914,
whether you wish to buy or
not, we are merely giving
tangible expression to the
conviction underlying our
business that every institu
tion seeking public support
owes its public a service both
educational and artistic as
well as commercial.
Our stocks are large and
varied including some of the
rarest treasures of the Orient
and you will find many
precious things to admire and
Larxtat Oriental Kn( Dealers
in the West.
Alder Street at Tenta.
The next Governor of
Oregon is not a trimmer,
and there is no molasses
in his platform.
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WHO IS HE?
Any of the following; 32 reliable dealers will
have on special sale tomorrow and Saturday
two paints that every house owner or builder
should lay in a supply of. The prices spell
economy and the quality is unquestioned.
A newly painted house commands immediate
and favorable attention. As an owner you will
take more pride in it, rent it on better terms
or sell it for a larger figure. Painting your
building is an investment, and good business.
Now is the time to recognize the fact.
These Paint Specials at the Big Paint Store
and 32 Others Tomorrow and Saturday
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"iae House Paint
A Mixed tn.nt that Is Mold reiratarly
readllr at aatioK. A yaliom will arlv
one rmt to r40 minare feet. A pa tat that we
Koarailrf. I niform la color aad o.aallt.
(umn In 43 a k a den.
"&de Roof Stain
Crronole Roof aad SalaaJe Mnl. the moat
prartlral aad aernnana-at tif aralloa of whir,
artvea oar nat to VOO afaarf feet. Sella rr.n.
larlx for 91.10 a k alio a. Tea color to aeleet
THE DEALERS AND THEIR LOCATIONS
Honey-man Hardware Co.
Olds, Wortman A King.
Meier & Frank Co.
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
Huntley Bros. Co. Fourth and Washington.
A. B. Burger, 42 Third Street.
T. J. Nealond, 335 N. 16th Street.
Erickson Hardware Co., 514 Williams Ave.
W. H. Lovett, Lents, Or.
J. A. Steffe, Grays Crossing.
R. A. Leisy, 6146 Foster Road.
Woodstock Pharmacy, Woodstock.
Hughey Bros., East 4lEt and Holgate.
Wareham Hardware Co., 1144 Union Ave. N.
Castleman Pharmacy, 123 Killingsworth.
Glenwood Mercantile Co., S90 Lombard.
Peninsula Mercantile Co.. 1747 Peninsula Ave.
Albert Ehlers, 7 East 80th st. North
Welch Grocery Co., 1640 East 19th.
F. G. Urfer. 639 Milwaukie.
Labbe & Son, 731 Alberta Street.
Belmont Furniture Co., 35th and Belmont.
EAST SIDE DISTRICT
Kelly Thorsen & Co, 52 Union Ave.
Strowbridge Hardware & Faint Co., 106 Grand
J. A. Hendricks Hardware Co., E. 28th and
C. Anderson, 1259 Greely Ave.
Thompson & Webb, Oak Grove.
Kelly Paint & Hardware Co., Milwaukie.
Huntley Bros. Co, Oregon City.
A. Mather, Clackamas, Or.
Carlton & Rosenkrans.
Acme Paint & Wall Paper Co.
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
The Big Paint Store Front and Morrison
endeavored to kill a local police officer
in the railroad yards Monday, waa
sentenced yesterday to Jail by Judge
Hose, but today he was turned over
to officers from Pierce County, where
ha is wanted on a charge of robbinn
a store at McKenna last Saturday
BO CRISP AND DELJCIOUSLT GOOD.
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BR bl RE TO AY
TO YOrFT GROCER.
Nona Puitr; Noni Belter.
Buttprnut Bread im made by tbo I".
Btikcry. corner L:t lliU and Ft Klai
drt, In tbe targe brick bulldlr.. cove
in one quarter of a block.
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FOR LUNCH TODAY
go to Woman's Exchange, 11:30 to Z.
Sea bass Spanish, chicken liver ome
let, creamed shrimps on toast, fresh
asparagus, cold roast beef, potato sal
ad, eggs and watercress, apricot char
lotte russe, prune pie, Adv.
Mexican Held for Robbery.
CENTRA I..T A. Wash.. April 1. (Spe
cial.) William Watson, a Mexican who
2500 NAMES SUFFICIENT
City Auditor Barbur Makes w In
terpretation of City Charter.
If an opinion announced yesterday
by City Auditor Barbur is upheld by
City Attorney LaRoche .t will take
but 500 names to invoke the referen
dum on-any ordinance passed by the
City Council or to exercise the initia
tive on any measure, between now and
the next city election. It has been the
presumption up to this time that about
6800 names were necessary.
Mr. Barbur saya the charter directs
that 15 per cent of the votea cast at
Made 011 Improved
Any amount from
$1,000 to $500,000
Commerce Safe Deposit
and Mortgage Co.
91 Third Street
Chamber of Commerce Bid;.
You Can Buy Cheap Goods Most Anywhere
You're Sure of Quality Here"
"The Store of Quality"
L. Mayer & Co.,
Portland's Kxi-lusive Handlers of Kverythhis Good to Kat
148 Third Street A 4432, Main 9432
OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT THIS MONTH WITH US
We offer you special for Thursday, Friday and Saturday:
Snider 's Catsup, per bottle 207
Crosse & Blackwell Olive Oil, bottle 75
Sapolio, 3 bars for 25c
Imported Camembert French in wood, box 35b
Maraschino Cherries, half -pint bottles 12 5
Green Kern, per pound 15c
Huyler's Cocoa, half-pound cans, a tin 20t??
Coats' Plymouth Gin, bottle SI. 15
Gordon Gin, bottle S1.00
O. P. S. Rye or Bourbon, full quarts, bottle ...S1.50
JOIN THE FLY SWATTER CAMPAIGN
Every customor who calls at our store these three days
will receive FREE a fly-swatter.
BE SURE TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY VEGETABLE
" We offer you special today, Artichokes, 3 for 25b
"YOURS FOR QUALITY"
The Oldest Reliable Dental Co.
ni'ORPORATKD IX OKRtiOV.
Making the Gl'ARASTKR on work turned out abso
lutely good. All our dentists are collea-e arraduates and
registered. What wc eaat (aaraaitc w loa't do.
PLATK with flexible auction.
The very host and latest in
modern dentistry. No more
HKIIM.KWIIHK Our brtdRe
work has been brought to tne
htgheat ntate of perfection.
The teeth on thia bridge ar
interchana-eable at will with
out removing from the mouth.
W'e Extract Any Number of
Teeth Witl-.out Causing: the
Work Flalahed la Oae Dai Win Reouli-ed.
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ilrrrl, Portias. Oregon.
Our $475 Player Piano
J We carry only one line of Player Pianos that of the
Aeolian Company, makers of the world famous Pianola
J The lowest price Player Piano of the Aeolian Company
is-the TECHNOLA a full scaje. 88-note instrument,
with the latest improved Expression Devices and with
every facility to enable the person with no knowledge what
ever of Piano Playing to produce the most artistic results.
3 The Technola has been built primarily, to stand many
times more usage thanthe usual "straight" piano. Latest
plain Colonial Case in the finest Mahogany or Oak.
Your Piano Accepted in Exchange
Moderate Payment Terms
Sherman .tSiay & Go.
VICTOR TALKTN MACHINES PIANOLA PIANOS
STEIN WAY. WEBER AND OTHER PIANOS
Morrison at Sixth, Portland, Opp. Postoffice
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of aimilar name.
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(a pa lien t: "Aa you ladtea will ue them. I re
commend 'CsaraW't Craaai' as the krat harmful
efaU the nkin prrparattont." Al di us cists
and Department stores.
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FOOK SANG & CO.
246 Pine Street. Portland, Or.
Phone A 3770
CHINF-iK PI HE J AAE JEWfLHT.
Gold brae. Ictn, mi. net rlnga. fcelt backlea
la any 1ign. mad to order, with rams or
food luck CbtnoM characters ancra ved
iheron. Prir reasonab.a. irdvrt rompt
Ty excuted and ant. prepaid any-hera la
A. art aWll'ed Chinese )eaalara
.V V CIlONCi. MANAULJL
patent h ben lwur.1 for
holding clip to ba fastened to i
nenr.l-j The Vn1fd Sate Tater.t Offioe last jr
person a J rnnied r.v ?.-4 parents. Id tba Mm pertod