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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 7070. A B09S
City Editor Main 7070. A 6093
Sunday Editor .Main 7070. A 6093
Advertising Department . ..Main 7070, A 6093
City Circulation Main 7070, A 6095
Composing-room ..... .Main 7070. A 6093
Printing-room Main 7070. A 6095
Superintendent Building ...Main 7070. A 6095
HEILIG THEATER tEleventh and Morri
son) Portland Symphony Orchestra. This
sfternoon at 3. Margaret IUington in the
drama, "Within the Law." Tonight at
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morri
son) Baker Player in "The Easiest
Way." Tonight at 8:15.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. San Francisco vs
PortJand. This afternoon at a.
ORPHETJM (Broadway and Taylor) This
afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
PANTAGE3 (Broadway and Alder) This
afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at 7:30
EMPRESS (Broadway and Yamhill) Con
tinuous from 1:30 to 1L
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
OLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
Market Prepared for Mat 16. To
accommodate farmers who bring prod
uce to the Central Market, on Yam
hill street, on the opening day, May
16, the arrangements committee for
that day will provide an ample num
ber of tables and stands on which the
truckmen will be able to display- their
wares. Commissioner Dleck has pre
pared specifications for awning-frames
and booths to be put up by the city.
In case the work is not completed by
opening day, the Producers' and Con
sumers' Public Market Association will
see to it that the farmers who take
advantage of the markei will find the
needed accommodations ready to facili
tate handling of their goods.
TOitASiNi Gets "i.,eavsi of Absence.
County Sealer of Weights and Measures
Tomaslni was. granted a three weeks'
leave of absence by the County Com
missioners yesterday to enable him to
attend the imperial council of the
Mystic Shrine, which meets at Atlanta.
Oa., Ttfay 12 and 13. The leave of
absence will begin May 6. During his
absence in the East. Mr. Tomasinl
probably will attend the National con
vention of Sealers of Weights and
Measures, which is to be held at Wash.
ington. D. C. May 20. State Sealer
Buchtel. delegate to this convention
may not be able to attend, in which
event he will appoint Mr. Tomaslni to
Abatement Sottb Filed. Abatement
suits to restrain the owners and lessees
of property at 307 Couch street and
347 Flanders street from using the
property for immoral purposes were
filed yesterday by Deputy District At
torney Mown. The defendants in the
suit against the Couch-street property
are: Captain A. Parker, owner; Richard
Wilder and Frank Wilder, agents, and
Doris Brannon. lessee. Ktta Lt. Stone,
owner, of the Flanders street property,
and Jennie Smith, lessee, are defend
ants in the second suit.
Extension Class in Gbometrt Offered.
The University of Oregon will offer
an extension course of six weeks in
plane analytic geometry, tonight. This
will conclude the year's work in ma
thematics under the direction of Dr.
Winger and is open to anyone who
has had algebra and elementary trigo
nometry. The class meets at the Public
Library, room G, Friday evenings, at
7:30 o'clock. Those interested can meet
for conference and registration at that
hour. May 1.
Grange Meeting Announced. First
and second degree work will be given
at the monthly meeting of Kvening
Star Grange at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow.
At 3 o'clock there will be a musical and
literary programme, and addresses will
be made by Lj. R. Alderman, city super
intendent of schools, on "The Citizen's
Part in Public Education," and by M.
S. Pittman, of the State Normal School,
on "How to Make the Country Schools
as Good as the City Schools."
Funeral Held at The Dalles. The
funeral of Mrs. Anna E. Greenlee, who
died at the home of her son, J. C.
Greenlee, 61 East Fifty-eighth street,
Wednesday, was conducted at The
T'alles yesterday. Mrs. Greenlee was
93 years old. She came to Oregon
eight years ago from Pittsburg, Pa.
One son and daughter survive her, J.
C Greenlee, of Postland, and Mrs. D.
P. Jacobs, of Washington, Pa.
Compensation From Citt Asked.
Alleging that a fire horse kicked him
in the leg, causing permanent injury
K. Rano asked the city yesterday to
consider payment of damages. Mr.
Rano says he was working at Seven
teenth and Washington streets, Feb
ruary 18, when a flrehorse ridden by a
fireman passed and becoming frightened
kicked him. He was in the hospital,
he says, for three months.
City Sued for $10,000. Ten thou
sand dollars damages are asked by
T. S. Ramey who filed suit yesterday
against the City of Portland. Ramey
charges that a ditch bank under which
he was working caved in and his head
and chest were crushed, ribs broken,
spine injured and hearing perma
nently impaired. The suit was filed
yesterday through Attorneys O'Rourke
Five-Cent Error Costs $25. It cost
the city the time of experts for four
and a half days, at a cost of about
S25 to tind a shortage of C cents in
the books of the city Water Depart
ment. The error was discovered last
week and an expert was employed to
find the missing nickel. Charged to
the general "overhead expense" is the
?2o the nickel cost.
Requiem Mass Sundat. The an.
nual requiem mass for the deceased
members of division No. 1, Ancient
Order of Hibernians, and divisions Nos.
1 and 2. ladles' auxiliary. Ancient
Order of Hibernians, will be celebrated
, Sunday at the Holy Redeemer Church,
Williams avenue and Portland boule
vard, at 10:30 A. M.
Woodmen of the World, Attention!
Webfoot Camp's biggest roundup of
the year, tonight, at Woodmen hall.
Eleventh St., near Washington. Promi
nent speakers from all over the state
all Woodmen will be there. Refresh
ments and music galore. If you are
a Woodman come and have the time of
your life. Adv.
Principal Newbill to Speak. Prin
cipal T. J. Newbill, of Arleta school,
will deliver a lecture tonight at the
Pleasant Valley schoolhouse under the
auspices of the Parent-Teacher As
sociation. He will speak of school
gardening and other topics.
Ice Machine for Sale. Five-ton
Harris Ice machine in perfect order
with all coils, pipes and fittings com
plete with two storage doors, can be
bought cheap. Page & Son,,12T) Front
street. Adv. -
Rabbi Abrahamson to Officiate.
Services will be held at Congregation
Ahavai Sholora. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow morn
ing services at 9:30 o'clock. Rabbi R.
Abrahamson will officiate.
Dr. Andrew C. Pantos has moved to
Stevens bldg.. cor. W. Park and Wash
ington streets Adv.
-Portland Sash & Door Co., office
and salesroom. 354 Union ave. Phone
East 1225. Adv.
Mat Ball given by the Arions in
their hall. Second and Oak. Friday
May 1. Adv.
Dr. R. J. Chipman has moved to
Stevens bldg., W. Park and Washing
Dr. Harrt F. Mcxat has resumed
practice. Offices Morgan bldg. AdT.
Dr. Carl T. Ross has moved to the
Stevens bldg. Adv.
Dr. M. Fried removed, Morgan bldg
Main 656. Adv.
Couple Divorced After 25 Years..
Two default divorces were granted by
Circuit Judge Davis yesterday after
noon both on grounds of desertion
After a marriage life of more than
25 years, Mrs. Tracy A. Frank was
granted a divorce from John M. Frank,
given the custody of their 16-year-old
son, Harry E. L., and Frank directed
to pay her $25 monthly alimony. The
second decree was granted to Mrs. Kate
F. Darr from E. A. Darr. The couple
were married in Portland in April, 187.
Judge Davis yesterday morning granted
a divorce to Mrs. Martha Anna Stevens
from Royal B. Stevens, granted her
the custody of a 3-year-old child, and
directed the husband to pay her suit
money and $15 a month for the sup
port of the child. Divorce was granted
to Mrs Elizabeth Dunlap from Robert
Dunlap by Judge Gatens, on grounds
Special Sundat Excursion. A spe
cial train will leave First and Stark
sts., at 1:30 P. M. Sunday, May 3. for
the Powell Valley, a four-hour trip to
the new district on the Mount Hood
Electric, where people are beginning-to
go, where a living can be made from
a little land while it is advancing in
value: where the growth of the city
adds to the profit of the crop, where
soil, location and low prices offer great
opportunities for the payroll dollar.
Small farms, all in cutivation, that will
support an average family can be
bought on easy monthly payments, and
each tract given special attention by an
expert gardener without cost to the
buyer. Get round-trip tickets. 25c from
Umbdenstock & Larson Co- 286 Oak st.
Foster Road Mat Be Improved.
The Mount Scott Improvement Associa
tion is making afl effort to have the
Foster road improved with hard
surface pavement between East Fifty
second and East Seventy-second streets,
95 feet wide. It is planned to add the
35-foot right of way of the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company to
the 60-foot street, move the double
tracks to the center of the street and
then pave the street. As the cost of
the improvement would be heavy it is
proposed to assess a district 1000 feet
wide on each side of the street. The
entire cost of the improvement is esti
mated at $81,000. By taking in large
territory the assessment would be
light on the lot owners.
Miss Tailor Speaks Fridat. In the
courso of lectures on infant science
given every Friday afternoon. Miss
Taylor, of the Irvington Club kinder
garten, will talk on "The Kinder
garten System." at room No. 670 Court
house at 2:15 P. M. Miss Crocker, who
was to have spoken at the Art Museum
on "Artistic Development and Train
ing of Children," is ill and her address
Services to Be Held at Stnaqooue
Tonight. Services will be held this
evening at the Sixth-Street Synagogue
at 8 o'clock. Dr. George Rubensteln
will preside and deliver a lecture. Serv
ices will begin at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning. All men and women are
welcome. . Sunday school meetB every
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Law Students' Smoker Tonight.
The alumni and students of the law
department of the University of Ore
gon will hold a smoker in the Selling
Hirsch building. Tenth and Washing
ton streets, tonight at 8 o'clock. An
excellent programme has been ar
ranged and a large attendance is ex
pected. Hand Work Specialist to Speak.
Mrs. G. H. Trimble, specialist on hand
work, will speak Friday at the Port
land Graded Sunday School Union at
the First Congregational Church, Park
and Madison streets. All teachers and
Sunday school workers are invited.
Irvington Park Club Meets Tonioht.
The regular semimonthly meeting of
the Irvington- Park Club will be held
at the rooms. East Thirtieth and Kill
ingsworth avenue, at 8 o'clock this
evening. Residents of the district are
Lecture on Birds at Gresham.
Dr. C. F. Hodge will give an
illustrated lecture on birds this even
ing at 8 o'clock in the Gresham LiJ
brary. The lecture is free and all in
terested are invited to be present.
School Entertainment Todai. The
entertainment by the Brooklyn school
will be given this afternoon In the
assembly hall at 2:30 o'clock
"Graduating Day at Wood Hill School."
Dr. George F. Koehi.er moved to the
Stevens bldg., cor. West Park and
Washington sts. Telephone Marshall
Dr. Hicks C. Fenton and Dr. Ralph A.
Fenton removed to Stevens bldg., cor.
Washington and West Park. Adv.
Judge Stearns" late residence, 1B8
King st,, for rent, 408 Broadway bldg
Dn. A. G. Bettman, physician and
sergeon, will move to 809 Stevens bldg
Dr. Holden moved to Stevens bldg ,
W. Park and Washington sts. Adv.
Dr. E. A. Pierce moved to 809
Stevens bldg. Adv.
LAST CONCERT IS TODAY
COMMENCEMENT MAY BE DELAYED
TO ACCOMMODATE rTPltS.
Wednesday's Rehearsal Declared Un
qualified Success and Attend
ants of 10 Schools Present.
The last concert of the season of
1913-14 of the Portland Symphony Or
chestra will take place today at 3
o'clock at the Heilig Theater, with
George B. Jeffery as director. It was
planned at first that this concert would
be held Sunday at the Heilig, but as the
theater is eng iged for the preparation
of a theatrical production, it was de
cided to give the concert today. Fri
day is considered to be an occasion on
which family parties can be made up,
as schools are not opened the day fol
lowing. Various members of the orchestra
considered that it would be better to
arrange for the last concert without
further loss of time, as the musical
season is drawing to a close rapidly.
At today's concert, although the time
for starting has been set at 3 o'clock,
commencement may be delayed a few
minutes to allow schoolteachers, par
ents and schoolchildren an opportunity
to attend. The programme includes
the Tschaikowsky famous "Symphonie
r-atnetique. Father Dominies "The
Call of the West." Henry Hadley's
"North, East. South and West," and
others. Last Wednesday's rehearsal of
the music was a great success, and was
listened to by pupils from 19 schools
in this city and 19 Catholic sisters.
Frank G. Eichenlaub will be concert
WILL CONTEST PHASE NEW
Judge Cleeton Wants Evidence ats to
Charles Ruttlngh's Wives.
Depositions wpl be taken in Chic:igo
and Minneapolis, Circuit Judge Clee
ton ordered yesterday, before he it
tempts to decide which of two con
testing wives are entitled to letters
ol administration of Charles Ruttingh.
who died March 23, leaving an estate
valued at approximately 85000.
Mrs. Augusta W. Ruttingh. of Chica
go, who says she is his wife and to
whom Mr. Ruttingh referred in his will
as his wife, has petitioned that letters
or administration be granted to her.
All of his property is left by a will,
dated March 16, to the Chicago wom
an; Ben G. Ruttingh. a son. of Chicago,
and four children of Ben Ruttingh.
Objection to the appointment of Mrs.
Portland Rowing Clubs
Come in and, see our spe
cial canoe outfits. "We
make canoes safer than
104 Fourth St Between Washing
ton and Stark.
Augusta Ruttingh as administrator has
been made by Mrs. Emma Ruttingh,
who says she was married to Charles
Ruttingh in Vancouver in 1911, but
she sued for divorce five days before
'iuttingh made his will.
Would-Be Queen Seen.
The Illinois Society met Tuesday
night in Cotillion Hall, Fourteenth and
Burnside streets, for a social entertain
ment, followed by dancing. Several mu
sical numbers were rendered. Miss Ea
telle McCar, the policemen's candidate
for Rose Festival Queen, a member of
the society, was given a demonstration
when introduced to the membership.
The grand march was led by C. L. Bur
ton, . president, and Mrs. Burton.
Santa Maria. Port Pan Lnle for Kahulul,
1503 miles from Port San Luis. April 10.
For appetizing- foods, delicious
in flavor and courteously
served, come and do full jus-,
tice to a Sunday stable d'hote
Dinner is served in the main
dining-room from 6:S0 to 8.
Listen to the delightful con
cert in the hotel lobby.
G. J. Kaufmann, Manager.
ihe Most Popular
Washington St.. Cor. Twelfth.
Chas. H. Rowley. Mgr.l
Fireproof, Modern, European Flan
Running: Water, Both Phones,
Clothes Closet, Two Parlors and
Beantlful Marble Lobby Entrance
Daily Rates, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50.
Bus Meets Trains and Boats.
$18, $20, $22.50, $25 per Month.
Detached Bath, no Extra Charge
$25, $30. $35 Private Bath.
ThO SEWARD Is a. new. moHor-n
! elegantly appointed hotel, possessing
una L4 uv3 most oeauilIUl Corner, lOD-
bls in th fsorthwest. Located at
nun ana Aider sts., opposite Olds.
Wortman &. Kine'l hi rlrnirtmant
store. In heart of retail and thMtr
district. Rates, $1 and up. lius
uicem -i i Ltd i us. w car aiso runs
from Union Depot direct to HOTEL
SEWARD. W. M. SEWARD, Prop.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up .
American ruin .ou a day up
New steel an? brick structure- Third ad
dition of hundred rooms tvow huildinc
Every modern contenieso. Moderate
rates. Center of theatro and retail dis
trir. (tm -arlinec fc-ansf errin all over
I city. Psrtrir ta-milrwi wirTt TiMm
V i i
Sale Ends Tomorrow Night
Legitimate 50 Cents on the
Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting
Suit Cases and Lunch Bas
kets, Portfolios, Handbags,
Dressing Cases, Ladies' and
Gents' Silk Umbrellas and
OF ALL KINDS
to be sold at
50c on the Dollar
If you have any need at
HtMDt or In the future for
any of these rood, don't
mlsa this extra ordinary
legitimate bankrupt aale.
Thia .Sale Ends TOMORROW
As Pure as Nature Grows It
House of Quality Est. 1883
Grown on the sunny slopes of Italy's best orchards, carefully
selected and packed for high-class trade.
Per gallon, full measure, $3.25.
Y2 gal., $1.75; 14 gal., $1.00; pint, 55.
In glass, large bottles, 65c, 355, 20?.
SPECIALS FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
Italy Brand Olive Oil has the picture of map of Italy
on the can; absolutely pure, per gallon, S2.25;
half srallon, SI. 20; quarts, 65; pints, 35c-
Coffee, regular 40e grade, 30c- lb.
Ridgway's Tea, per lb., regular 75c, 60c; nau lb.,
30e; ViK 15e.
High-grade French and Italian Sardines, can, 15.
French and Italian Vermutli, 65c Per. quart bottle.
Also large stock fine wines and liquors. Phone today.
A RATA BROS.
69-71 Sixth St. Phones: A 2531, Main 480
IW That You Can?t M
The 'three deliveries
a day in most sec
tions The prices that
are always as low or
lower, comparatively .
speakinfr. than you are
accustomed to p a y
The ease with which
you can market by phone! ! ! ! These are the thinsrs
that are bound to sooner or later attract you to this big
market ! ! ! ! Note these week-end speclais:
35e l.onirs rrntrrw Cherry. Raspberry, F"l, Pineapple,
Loyranberry. special for ..25
ISe Smoked Sardines In Oil, extra quality, special.. ....... lO
fl.no -Latonr Olive Oil, absolutely pure and of a Ik heat quality,
first pressing, selected choice olives, special, per bottle. .90
rhese Kxelnatve Delicacies Will
Also Be Featured 1 n r I n a
OreRon Wild Blackberries,
fancy fruit and best
srranulated sugar, full
measure jars; pints.
35C; quarts 50
One visit to onr Exclusive Home Bakery Depart
ment vrill arlve 7n a new Idea of the tcoodness
that can be put Into bakca thtura. And If yon think
of somethinaj In juicy, tender and appertains; fresh
"-" rri.in mai
"- to tin", can or pnone us, una
we'll laad It ia your kitchen ia a
2 90 STARK
The Store of 100 Per Cent Servlee.
R. F. DAVIS, '
Bt. Iefta, Mm,
For b-U by mil druggist.
Edam Cheese, fresh, new.
soft, delicious. each.J51.40
PittedOre g-on Prunes,
fancy fruit, no pits,
large box 83J
Finnan H a d d i e s. thick,
fresh fish in prime con
dition, pound. 20
you nave not yet been
Table Raisins, fancy clus
ters, a 40c box for 2o
Convenience Store Open Saturday
Here is a special showing of
Comfort Clothes from the House of
Kuppenheimer. Norfolks in a dozen
styles to fit you and every Summer situation.
Tailored from featherweight fabrics and mo
hairs; coats ys lined, skeleton lined, patch
pocket styles everything and anything in
good clothes for Summer weather wear. Prices
$15.00, $20.00 and $25.00. See especial- QOCi
ly the Norfolks at . pZU
Bring your boy here for one of these
stylish new Norfolk Suits we're showing at
$5. They're made for long service and com
fort, as well as style. Many of them have two
pairs of knickers. Extra values in boys' long
pants Suits in Norfolk and sack models at $10.
Steinbach & Co.
The Oldest Reliable Dental Co.
Df. W. A. WINK.
Always In Personal Attendance.
Our skill is acknowledged and
our promptness in finishing work
in one day, when required, is ap
preciated by out-of-town patrond.
Or. WiB is a false-tooth ex
pert. There is "ALWAYS OI3
BKST" in every calling, and Dr.
Wise lays claim to this distinc
tion in Oregon. 27 years' ex
perience. W'hat we can't aruaraatee we
LOW PRICES FOR
Good Rubber Plates, each 85.00
The Best Red Rubber Plates, each ST.oO
22-lvarat Ciold or Porcelain Crows for S5.00
WISE DENTAL CO.
FAILING BI ll,Dl;, THIRD
Entrance on Third
Why drink water
Telephone: Bell, E. 287
Something for Nothing ?
Certainly! Here It Is!
intelligent and thoughtful reader. Advertising costs the
advertiser much money. The reader gets it as a bonus
for the price of the newspaper he buys to post him on
From the advertising columns the reader learns HOW
TO SHOP and WHERE TO SHOP.
Knowing these two things means increased purchasing
ability. Purchasing ability means buying at a minimum
The advertising columns yield steadily increasing
profits to everyone who regularly and intelligently reads
Ma! (Wive Me Another Piece of
Until 10 P.
M. A H. Staanna Given
Incorporated In Orrfron Maklntr
t-e -l AK TKK on worlt turatd
out nttoaol iitely good.
PI.ATKS WITH KI.K.TIBLK SUC
TION The very best and latest In
modern dentistry. No more falling
plates. If you are hivlnx plate trou
bles, fret Dr. Wise's advice as to what
should bo done.and the cost of doinsr
it FHEE. We can extract your teeth
absolutely without pain and free
where plate or bridgework is orderad.
state of per
t h Id bridge
c h an seable
at w 1 I
in o v 1 n g
Drm, Kel Iowa and
peclalty In Crown and Brldgeworlt
Main :uu. A. 20:S.
AM) WASHIW.TOX, S. K. CORNER.
Street, Portland, Oreson.
when you can get
the most popular beverage on the
SALEM BEER is brewed in one of the most modern
plants on the Pacific Coast. It is aged in steel
plass-lined tanks. It is conveyed by modern pipe
line system direct to the bottle house, bottled under
pressure and therefore never comes in contact wittf
the air from the time it leaves the fermenting tank
until the bottle is opened by the consumer; The
consumer ia absolutely assured a beer of ideal
effervescence, snap and purity.
A trial will surely convince any one of the ex
:ellence of Salem Bottled Beer.
The family trade of Portland 13 snrplied by
the firm of
379 EAST MORRISON STREET
If there is any
such thing as some
thing for nothing it
is what newspaper
advertising: gives the
Tears la Portlnoa
id mosi savFrtisInx cot-pne. aantu ot
flc are sllb-tongued. oon-Ucensed saiss
mn to talk ron , from advertised prices
Into PtB mors fr,r umalUut of BO
"r.jy1 '. METHODS AKE 1MI--
SvlVx Morrkoa. Corner 6th.
MsH 1601. Work cuaranterd IS Years.
CCHWAB PRlfsTIHG CO
kBEN F.6REENE. PRESIDENT
314.54- STARK, STUEET