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THE MORXTSG OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914. 11
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor ilaln 7070, A 6093
c:lty Editor Main 7070. A 60.'.
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 6H5
Advertising Department Main 7070, A 00H5
City Circulation Main 7070, A 68
Compoelng-room Main 7070, A SOUS
I'rinting-room Main 7070, A ou
(Superintendent Building- . .Main 7070, A 6085
IIETLlfl THKATIB (Eleventh and Morrl
eon) 'The Passing Show or 1918." To-
mgnt at :io.
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morrl
rtn) Baiter ptayera In "The Woman Ue
Married." Tonight at 8:15.
LYRIC THEATER (Fourth and Stark)
"Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch." Tbla
afternoon at 2:80 and tonight at 7:30
REOKEATIOJT PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) .Baseball. Portland vs. Eacra
mento. This afternoon at 3.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK (Cars from
r irst and Alder) McElroy s band, musical
comedy and vaudeville. This afternoon at
z and tonight at s.
ORPHEUM (Broadway and Taylor) This
aiternoon at z:io and tonight at 8:13.
EMPRESS (Broadway and Tamhill) Con
tinuous from 1:30 to 11.
PA NT AGES (Broadway and Alder) This
afternoon at 2:SO and tonight at 7:30
PEOPLE'S West Park and -Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
COLUMBIA Sixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
Council, to Pass On Paving. The
City Council will be asked today to
accept formally improvements con
- pleted on the following streets:
Knowles avenue from Portland boule
vard to Lombard street, by Cochran,
Nutting: & Co., amounting; to $5630.30;
East Morrison street from East Seventy-sixth
street to East Eighty-second
street. Keenan Bros. Company,
amounting to 2544.80; Emerald street
from Lombard street to Willis boule
vard, by T. A. Sweeney, amounting to
$6405.49; Sixty-second. street South
cast from Forty-fifth avenue South
east to Fiftieth avenue Southeast, by
Arthur D. Kern, amounting to $2863.93:
Weldler street from East First street
to Wheeler street, by Star Sand. Com
pany. amounting to $2170.66.
Grsshaii Graduation Is Fridat.
Emelle Anderson, Mary Cathey, Viola
Dinger, Nellie Faris, John Honey, Elsie
Metzger, Evelyn Metzger, Isabel
Metzger, Olive Merrill and Addle
Queslnberry. graduates of the Gresham
high school, will receive their diplomas
Friday night. Exercises will be held in
the high school auditorium. Pro
gramme: "Moonrise." girls chorus; In.
vocation. Rev. D. M. Cathey; selec
tions, high school orchestra; address,
"The Graduate," M. 8. Pittman, of Ore
gon State Normal School: piano aolo.
Miss Florence Honey; presentation of
class. Miss Elsa von Wlntzingerode
presentation of diplomas, Arthur
JJowsett, director. After the exercises
the juniors will entertain the senior
class with a banquet.
New Gas Tank Sits Sought.
Having failed to get a permit to
erect a large gas tank on East
Twelfth and Clinton streets, the Port
land Gas and Coke Company is nego
tiating for a tank at East Eleventh
and Clinton, south of the Ford Auto
mobile factory. The company pur
chased property at East Twelfth and
Clinton streets about two years ago
and started to construct a tank when
the Council to head It off passed an
ordinance prohibiting such a tank
within 500 feet of a residence or
church. This ordinance was upheld by
the present administration and since
the company has been seeking a new
Minstrezj Show Given st Club.
The Irvington Park Club gave a min
strel show Monday night in the hall
on Alberta and East Twentieth streets
to a large audience and obtained $78
for the building fund. The programme,
which was varied, included music. E.
E. McNeill, Joseph Gerber, Mrs. C. Lou
Helt, Jesse Parker, C. E. Cowdin,
Walter S. Johnson, Elton Conway, Dr.
K. C. Adams, R. E. Butler, Harry M.
Cummins, JoHeph Addleman, James M.
Myers, Miss Naidine Baker, Mrs. Esther
Addleman, Mrs. Edna May Bush, Camile
Fortler, Lelah Guide and others ap
peared on the programme.
Coast Artibx,Brt to Recruit. To
augment the number of men to go
with the Coast Artillery corps to its
Coast Defense Exercises at Fort
Stevens from June 12 to June 23, ar
rangements have been made for a
recruiting campaign to be started at
once at the Armory. During the ex
ercises privates will be paid $1.25 a day
and expenses. About 25 men are needed
to bring the corps up. to the standing
needed to make the exercises thorough,
Blind Author to Give Address.
Henry Hendrickson, the blind, author,
will give a lecture on "Success With
out Sight," in the Y. M. C A. audi
torlum Friday at 8 P. M. Mr. Hen
drickson has traveled throughout the
country studying and lecturing. He
has made a study of various sciences
and arts, and is interested in many
live questions of the day. He is author
of "Out From the Darkness." Seats
for the lecture are on sale at the Y. M.
C. A. and at the Sherman, Clay & Co.'s
Mrs. Rosfe M. Emery's Funeral Held
The funeral of Mrs. Rosle M. Emeryj
who died Monday at her home, 1637
East Ninth street North, was held yes
terday afternoon from Dunning & Mc
Entee's chapel. She was a member of
Columbia Rebekah Lodge, No. 3, I. O.
O. F., members of which attended the
services. She was wife of C. D. Emery.
Interment will be in the cemetery at
Ball Committed Wants Roses.
The committee in charge of the Rose
Festival ball would appreciate dona
tions of red and white roses to be
used in decorating the ballroom. The
roses should have as long stems as pos
sible and should be delivered to Mrs.
Helen Ladd Corbett's garden, Broad
way between Columbia and Clay
streets, on Thursday, June 11, not later
Ess at Awards to Bb Made. The
names of the persons who wrote the
best essays on the advantages of living
in Portland will be announced at the
Ad Club's luncheon in the Portland
Hotel today. The principals of the
"The Passing Show of 1913" will be
present as guests. "The singing of the
Ad Club quartet will be one of the
Cottage Farm Summer resort, com
fortable home-like place in the coun
try; cottages for families; home cook
ing; reasonable rates. Address Mrs.
Alma L Howe, Hood River, Or. Adv.
Boys Smoke, Set Barn on Firs Twice.
Boys who smoked cigarettes in the
vacant barn at 505 Albina avenue set
Jt on fire twice yesterday. Both times
fire companies put out the blaze with
Annual Auction Sale. At C. O. Pick
Co.'s warehouse. Second and Pine sts..
furniture, etc., to be sold for storage
liens, commencing today at 10 A. M.
George Baker & Co., auctioneers. Adv.
The Public Is Invited to visit the
building and grounds of the Portland
Crematorium. Open daily from 9 A. M.
to 6 P. M. Take Sellwood car. Adv.
For Sale. Second - hand laundry
machinery, good as new. U. S. Laundry
Co., East 262, B 1193. Adv.
Dr. Matthew F. Fenton. dentist,
moved, 801 Stevens bldg--. Washington
and West Park. Adv.
Oak and fir cordwood Cannon Coal.
Multnomah Fuel Company.
Main 5540, A 2116. Adv.
Furnished Summer Cottages and
camping. Shipherd Springs. Adv.
Dr. Frank E. Smith, formerly of
Salem, 1004-5 Stevens bldg. Adv.
Returned, Dr. Noble Wiley Jones;
office, Stevens bldg. Adv.
War Veterans to Be Entertained.
Mrs. D. D. Jacks, president of the
Women's Relief Corps of the Grand
Army of the Republic, will entertain
members of the M. A. Ross Post and
Gordon Granger Post, the former of
Gresham and the latter of Portland,
Saturday at her home at Scenic on the
Mount Hood Railway. Others who will
attend are: Mrs. Rosina Fouts, de
partment president; Mrs. Mary Barlow,
department treasurer; Mrs. Jennie
Harding, of the department council,
and Mrs. Nellie Aldrich, secretary to
Mrs. W. W. Cotton's Mother Dies.-
W. W. Cotton, counsel of the O.-W. R.
& N. Co., received word yesterday from
Mrs. Cotton telling of the death May
27. of her mother, Mrs. Maria Colling
wood, at Swissdale, in Pittsburg, Pa.
She was 80 years old. Mrs. Colllng
wood visited Portland on several oc
casions and was planning to leave for
here last week to make her home
when illness interupted her plans. Mrs.
Cotton, who was at the bedside with
the other children, will leave Swissdale
for Portland today.
Injured Mill Laborer Gets Verdict.
A. Anderson was-awarded $3000 dam
ages yesterday by a jury In Judge
Phelps' court In an action brought,
against the Inman-Poulsen Company
for injuries received while at work
In the company's mill. He charged
that his instep was broken, for which
he demanded $15,000. The accident oc
curred last September, while Anderson
was engaged in loading, lumber on a
.truck. - -
Police Picnic Plans Made. Prepara
tions for the police annual picnic at
Estacada were completed yesterday.
Special cars will leave East Water
and East Morrison streets at 8:30 to 9
A. M. Sunday, and return to Portland
about 8 o'clock at night. Only tickets
sold by policemen will be good on the
special train. An elaborate programme
of athletic events, with prizes, has been
Policemen to Be Photographed.
Every policeman In the city will primp
Thursday- morning, for Chief Clark has
ordered that the entire force will
'have its picture took" on that day.
The reliefs will shift so as to cover
the city while the photographs are
taken. All policemen were ordered to
be in full uniform, and to be as care
fully groomed as for the regular police
inspection, which -comes soon.
Transfer or Street to Citt TJroed.
So that abutting property owners
may Improve Nicolai street from Twenty-sixth
to Thirtieth street, a move
ment has been started to have the city
take the street over from the county.
Under present conditions it would be
necessary for the county to do the
paving. The improvement is part of a
plan to give a new entrance on a less
than 3 per cent grade to Linnton Road.
"Borrowers" or auto Fined. Fines
of $25 each were assessed yesterday by
Judge Stevenson against four young
men who tried to "borrow" the auto
mobile of R. Lehr, of 811 & Fifth
street, from Fifth and Columbia streets
early Sunday morning. Patrolman Fair
arrested them and Detectives Abbott
and La Salle induced them to confess
that they planned a joy ride.
Stealino Paper Is Charged.
Charles W. Smith was arrested at Six
teenth and Lovejoy streets early yes
terday morning by Patrolman Hatch,
who was lying in wait for the thief
who every morning for the past week
stole a paper from ' the steps of a
drugstore at the corner. Hatch said
he saw Smith steal the paper. Smith
gave $50 cash bail for his release.
Club to Stage Plat Thursdat. The
Sacred Heart Social Club will stage its
last play of the season, "The Ranch
man," at Gregory Hall, Milwaukle and
Center Btreets, Thursday, June 4. The
play is a strong one, and the char
asters are all well fitted for the parts
assigned to them, and are striving
hard to bring their successful season
to a brilliant close.
Powell Vallet School to Close.
Powell Valley school will close Friday.
The entire class of nine passed the ex
aminations. Earl Rugg and Myrtle
Anderson were exempt from examina
tions. The others are: Gilbert Shuholm.
Freda Unis, Esther .Nyistrom, LUlie
Johnson, Mary Chrlstensen, Florence
Johnson and Hilda Salquist.
Mator to Declare Holidat. So that
city employes can take in the feature
of the Rose Festival on Friday of next
week. Mayor Albee announced yester
day that he will Issue a proclamation
declaring the day a holiday. He Will I
try to get as. many of the business
houses to allow their employes to go
on that day as possible.
Lead Pipe) Thief Fined $100. Carl
Sparks, a junk dealer, who was ar
rested by Patrolman Bender Monday
morning as he was prying plumbing
from the wall of a vacant house, was
fined $100 yesterday by Municipal
Judge Stevenson and was sentenced to
30 days In jail.
Parent-Teacher Societies to Meet.
The annual business meeting of the
Portland Parent-Teacher Associations
will be held in room A of the Central
Library at 1:30 P. M. tomorrow. Every
officer in ea,ch local association is
entitled to vote and is urged to attend.
. Woodmen Will Celebrate. Wood
men of the World have secured the
Multnomah County Fair Association
grounds at Gresham for their Fourth
of July celebration. There will be
races, games, athletic features ond
IMPROVEMENT CLUBS TO MlBTTh
Westmoreland and Eastmoreland Im
provement clubs will meet in room 204
of the Art building at Reed College at
5 o ciock this evening to form Tlana
for Rose Festival decorations.
Mr. Ralph M. si Bit. superintend
ent of Christian Yoga work in Cali
fornia, will lecture tonight at Christian
Yoga hall, 311 Central bldg., loth and
Aioer. uree. Adv.
Alder-Street Propertt Owners are
hereby requested to meet in the office
of John B. Yeon, today (Wedn esdav)
at 10 o'clock. Adv.
Herbert Marx announces the re
moval of his law office to suite 414
Yeon bldg. Phone Marshall 838. Adv.
POSTAL CLERK WORKS FAST
F. A. Tarrant Makes Record Dis
tributing 60 Cards a. Minute.
Working for 24 minutes in one of the
periodic tests held for employes in the
Postoffice Frank A. Tarrant distributed
1440 postal cards into their boxes with
out a single error.
This is a record for the Portland of
fice. The postal regulations require
but 15 cards correctly distributed in a
minute for a man to be considered com
petent In the mailing division. Tar
rant's speed was 60 cards a minute.
Postmaster Myers says he believes
Tarrant's performance is near a record
for the entire country.
ROTARY HOUSE PLANNED
Club Building Near City bat Outside
Limits Is Proposed.
Plans for a Rotary house, where
members of the Rotary Club may pass
their week-ends, were revealed at the
meeting of the Rotary Club In the
Multnomah Hotel yesterday. Plans
have not been made.
Fred Spoeri, vice-president, said that
members of the club would furnish the
materials for the building at cost.
The site for the building has not
been determined, but it is reported
members favor having it located near
Portland, but outside the city limits.
For baby's comfort Santiseptlc Lotion.
EARL CARL SENTENCED
WITH WIFE HE PLEADS GUILTY TO
GETTING 70O BY FRAUD.
Couple Said to Have Changed Attire In
Taxi aa They Rode to Different
Stores .Sentence Postponed.
Earl Carl and his wife. Harriet, under
lndictmenf charged with obtainin
goods valued at approximately $700
irom aepartment stores by false pre
tenses, pleaded guilty yesterday before
circuit Judge Morrow. Carl was sen
tenced to from one to Ave years in
tne penitentiary. Judge Morrow post
ponea sentencing Mrs. CarL
Soon after his arraignment, Carl
escaped from the county hospital, where
he had been taken following illness.
He was captured in Oregon City last
ween, in securing clothes and money
from the department stores, Carl and
his wife are said to have traveled about
town In a taxi, changing their attire
en route from place to place. They dis
appeared from Portland the same day
and were captured a week later at Los
Royal B. Avery, charged with the
non-support of his three children, was
convicted in Judge Morrow's court and
will be sentenced tomorrow. The chaige
against Avery, who conducted his own
defense, was prosecuted after his wife
had remarried. -
A. E. Nolan, charged with larceny of
$85 by embezzlement, was bound over
to the grand Jury by District Judge
ELKS' BAND PLAYS TONIGHT
Complimentary Concert to Be Given
a t Parkway Stand.
An open-air band concert by the
Elks' band is scheduled to take nlace
at 8 o'clock this evening In the Park
way bands tan at West Park and Jef
ferson street In addition to the num
bers by the band, vocal music will be
provided by Mrs. Eva Wells-Abbett. so
prano, and John Claire Monte! th, barl
This is a special complimentary con
cert provided by the Elks' band in re
turn for numerous favors extended to
the band by the peoDle of Portland.
Jonn c. Boyer, director of the band,
will officiate at tonight's concert. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March. "Saint to the Hultan" ... Lawrence)
selection from Serenade (Herbert)
(a) Hungarian Dance Ko. 5 (b) Hun
garian Danes No. II iKniinii
Baritone solo. Toreador sons from
. . . . isiisij
j. tjiaire Monteitn.
In term inn Inn -
Selection from "Lohsnrrln" t-vtrwm
Celebrated Minuet (Boccherlnl)
uuiiuu iuiu, Apru morn ...... irattan)
Overture, "Robin Hood" (DeKoven)
FIVE DIVORCES GRANTED
Refusal to More to Portland From
Canada Grounds for Decree.
Because she refused after a married
life of 16 years to move from Manitoba.
Can., with him to Portland to live. Cir
cuit Judge Morrow yesterday granted
a divorce to Arthur Duncan from Mrs.
Henrietta Duncan, to whom he -was
married in Sacramento in 1888. Soon
after their marriage the couple moved
to Canada, where they lived until 1904,
when Duncan came to Portland. The
divorce was granted on grounds of de
sertion. Four other divorces were erranted by
Judge Morrow, three on grounds of
cruelty and one for desertion. The
names of the couples follow: Mrs.
Annita Gertuglia from Tonl Gertuglia.
cruelty; Mrs. Dixie Mason from Harry
Mason, cruelty: Mrs. Elizabeth Miller
from A. B. Miller, desertion, and Mrs.
Bertha Manos from Sam Manos.
Mrs. Miller was allowed to resume
her maiden name of Chase and Mrs.
Manos her maiden name of Bias.
PRIVATE CAR GIVEN QUEEN
President Grimm Provides for
Thelma's Trip to Oaks Ball.
Franklin T. Griffith, president of the
Portland Railway, Light A Power Com
pany, has placed at the disposal of
W. J. Hofmann, prince regent of the
Royal Rosarlans, his private parlor-car,
"Portland," in which to convey Queen
Thelma and her Princesses to the grand
ball at the Oaks during the Rose Fes
tival. Governor West. Mrs. West, Mayor
Albee and Mrs. Albee have been invited
to ride in the car.
SPANS MAY BE INSULATED
Asbestos Covering Urged for Broad
way and Hawthorne Bridges. '
Investigations are being made by the
County Commissioners into, the feasi
bility of covering the ties and wood
work on the Broadway and Hawthorne
bridges with a one-eighth inch cover
ing of asbestos to prevent future fires.
M. J. Murnane, of the bridge depart
ment, yesterday advised such precau
tion, pointing to similar (precaution by
the O.-W. R. & N. Company in guard
ing the Harriman, bridge from fire.
COUNCIL MAY NOT PARADE
Mayor's Wife Vetoes Plan to Use His
Auto In Festival Pageant.
Hopes of the City Commission that
It would be able to make a fine showing
in the private automobile of Mayor
Albee in the Rose Festival parade
Six Issues, Including Post'
age, 20 Cents.
Mail to your friends in the
East, The Oregonian during
Rose Festival Week, beginning
Tuesday, June 9, and ending
with the GREAT SUNDAY
EDITION, June 14.
Complete and exhaustive re
ports with numerous high-class
half-tone illustrations will be
The Portland Annual Rose
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tised throughout the United
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testimonial to your friends could
be given than a subscription to
Oregon's Great Daily during
Orders given now in the busi
ness office, or sent in by mail to
The Oregonian, will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Subscription price for the six
issues, including postage, is 20
A delightful luncheon is
served in the dining-room
every weekday for men and
women from store and of
fice, 11:30 to 2.
Table d'Hote Dinner,
5:30 to 8
A delicious menu is pro
vided in the grill for after
noon tea, from 3 :30 fo 6 ;
A la Carte Service in the
Grill until 1 A. M.
Listen to the evening con
certs in the courtyard, un
der direction of Herr "Wal
G. J. Kaufmann, Manager
next week were blasted yesterday
when Mrs. Albee announced that she
has arranged to decorate the car and
enter the parade herself to compete
for first prize.
Unless the Commission can arrange
for another car the city government
may be a missing element in the
parade. The commission has no car of
NEW WIN TRIAL IS UP
REAL ESTATE DEALER FACES SEC
OND JTTKY FOR LARCEX.
First. Jury, After Tedious Trial, Dis
missed for Inability Agree Trial
of E. C. Htrlow Dae 8ms.
For the second time within a month
W. H. Chapln, real estate dealer, will
face a Jury in Circuit Judge Kava
naugh's court today to answer to the
charge of larceny as a bailee of 3500
from Mr. and Mrs. William Grace, an
aged couple, for whom he admitted he
had acted in a confidential relation be
cause of his long friendship.
After a long, tedious trial Judge
Kavanaugh a week ago discharged the
first jury, after it had failed to reach
an agreement. Chapin demanded a sep
arate trial from E. C. Herlow, formerly
his partner In the Chapin -Herlow Mort
gage & Trust Company, who was In
At the former trial, at which It was
reported that the Jury stood 11 to one
for conviction, Chapin sought to lay all
the blame for the transaction on his ex
partner. He testified that at the time
of the transaction. In November, 1912,
he was ill and not attending regularly
to buainess. The finance of the firm
were managed by Mr. Herlow, he said.
Further defense was made at the first
trial that the money secured from, the
Graces was not with the expressed un
derstanding that it should be invested
for them in real estate mortgages, as
contended by the state, but simply as, a
loan, which Mr. Chapin said was Used
in the ordinary course of the firm's
business. A month following the trans
action the Arm went Into the hands of
The trial of Herlow probably will be
taken up before Judge Morrow as soon
as a date can be set, it being listed
among the criminal cases ready for
WOMEN SCALE MT. HOOD
FOrn IN PARTY OF 17 THAT CLIMBS
Ascent la Earliest Recorded, Except by
Men Gorrrnmrat Camp Is Left by
Climbers at 4 A. M.
Four women and 13 men climbed to
the summit of Mount Hood last Sunday,
making the trip without the aid of
ropes. This is the earliest ascent ever
recorded by a party with women in it.
The trip was up the south side, the
party leaving Government Camp at 4
A. M. Descending the sliding was fine.
Lilian coalman, who has climbed
Mount Hood mere than 200 times, and
his assistant, E. Meyers, piloted the
The following are the members of
the party: Miss Ann Billinger, Miss
Charlotte Harris, Mrs. ftose Coursen
Reed, Miss Mabel Babcock: Messrs. Al
fred F. Parker, Jamison K. Parker, Cur
tis E. Schlndeldecker, Royce McCand-
liss. Earl Smith, J. C. Sharp, Jesse Gil
key, Charles E. Atlas, all of Portland:
S. Rennet and Mack, of Sandy, and Bel
field, of Brightwood.
Many Portland people drove up from
Rhododendron Tavern to Government
Camp during the day. and watched the
ascent of the party with much Interest.
Some fine views were taken.
STRAWBERRY SALE HARD
DISPOSING OF HOOD RIVEH.CROP IS
First Fruit Haa Competition From Cal
ifornia, While Eastern Berries Are
Now on Many Markets.
HOOD RIVER, Or., June 2. (Spe
cial.) The problem of disposing of the
year's strawberry crop at prices profit
able to the grower is one of the most
difficult ever faced by the North Pa
cific Fruit Distributors, according to
H. F. Davidson, president of the cen
tral selling agency, who left today for
"The crop has matured 10 days ear
lier than usual," said Mr. Davidson.
"The first of the local berries came in
competition with the fruit from Cali
fornia and now the berries from Mis
souri and other Eastern points are
filling the markets of the Dakotas,
Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota, The
Utah crop, is at its height and the crop
around Seattle is moving. The lertter
crop for several seasons has been hurt
by rainy weather, but it is good this
year.' Despite these conditions, al
though the figure is a little less than
anticipated, the Distributors are get
ting a fair price as compared with
"The crates of this year contain 24
full pint boxes, whereas on former
years they were composed of 24-quart
boxes, slightly short. We figure the
actual value of this year's crate at
about 70 per cent of that of last year.
The crates contain about 60 per cent
of the quantity of last year's crates,
but the cost of handling is a little
heavier for the grower.
"About six carloads are being
shipped out dally. The White Salmon
crop, which is 10 days earlier, is drop
ping off rapidly."
Mr. Davidson says that the apple
market has gone to smash In the East.
RAILROAD. MEN TO RETURN
D. IV. Campbell and 31. J. Buckley
Hn Route Here From Chicago.
Word was received in Portland yes
terday that D. W. Campbell, assistant
general manager of the Southern Pa
cific Railroad, and M. J. Buckley, gen
eral superintendent of the O.-W. R. &
N. Company, who were called to Chi
cago in February as railroad repre
sentatives in the conference with the
trainmen, left last night for Portland.
As announced in The Oregonian yes
terday, negotiations for an increased
scale of wages have been broken off.
Mr. Campbell will return by way of
San Francisco and may not reach
Portland for ten days. Mr. Buckley
will reach Portland Friday.
LONG FIRE SEASON FEARED
Cascade Reserve Ftorestry Men Start
Protection Work. Early,
EUGENE, Or., June 2. (Special.)
With the snow oft the mountains a
month earlier than usual and the
woods dry, a long, dangerous fire sea
son is anticipated by the Government
forestry officials in charge of the Cas
cade reserve, covering a million acres
in Linn Lane and Douglas Counties.
Steps are being taken to open the
protection work early. Although all
the guards and rangers will not be sta
tioned before July 1. practically all
lookouts in the mountains will be con
nected up with phones and trails by
Motorcyclist Crowded Into Curb.
Allen McPherson, driver of the Apos
tolic Faith Singers' automobile, crowded
a man named J. F. Dooley, who was
riding a motorcycle. Into the curb at
Front and Burnslde streets Monday
night, according to a report made by
Patrolman Maaa. Mr. Dooley was
slightly bruised and his motorcycle
damaged to the extent of about $15, the
The majority of the women of the Roman
aristocracy have decided to banish the
Lafferty Arrives Today
Will Keep Open House at Head
quarters in New Pit
GJLENDALE, Or., June 2. I shall ar
rive in Portland Wednesday morning
from San Francisco, where I have been
to argue the land grant case. I earn-
A. XV. Lafferty.
estly desire to meet every voter who
can come to my office In the Plttock
block. I observed with amusement to
day's Oregonian editorial calling
me an unprincipled demagogue for re
fusing to give up like a yellow cur the
fight I am making simply because a
primary decision was secured against
me through newspaper misrepresenta
tion and political trickery in the in
sertion of the prohibition advertise
ments; and to show the voters how in
sincere The Oregonian Is, I call atten
tion to the fact that two years ago The
Oregonian and the entire standpat Re
publican machine supported Thomas
McCusker, although I then had the reg
ular Republican nomination. I shall
keep The Oregonian company driving
this campaign. "Lay on. McDuff."
A. W. LAFFERTY.
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r ' Jr 3
The Store of 100 Per Cent Service
Men's Suits, Special $20
Here are special values in Men's Suits in English, Semi
English, box-back and conservative models; greens,
grays, tans, browns, in fine checks, stripes and mixtures.
They're from our $25 grades, off ered as a special demon
tration of value-giving at 20. All sizes for all men.
Men's $20 and $25 Summer
Norfolks and Outing Suits in tans, browns, grays
, and blue serges. Stripes, checks, mixtures and plain
shades. Also White Flannel Suits in Norfolks and
single-breasted styles. Our regular $20 and $25
Suits now at S14.00
New Knitted Balmacaan Coats Just in by Express.
See 'Em Today.
Steinbach & Co.
Gus. Kuhn, Pres.
"Rose Time Jne Time
;otd Time Portland !" v
IS THE SLOGAN OF THE
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL
Special Low Round Trip Fares
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I (OtOEK 5HA3WJ I
1 V pouts I
The Kxposltioa Line 1915.
The Rose Festival of Portland this year will eclipse everything pre
viously held. This city will keep open house to all its guests, and will
provide amusement and entertainment that will be worth a journey of
many miles to see.
HISTORICAL AND ALLEGORICAL FLOATS
representing the history and progress of Oregon and its industries
Civil and Military Parades Sports on Land and Water Grand Festival
Tickets on sale from all points on the S. P. south of Roseburg, includ
ing Klamath Falls, June 7 to 10. From Roseburg and all points north;
also from points on the P. E. & E., C. & E., S. F. C. & W. and
P. R. & N. June 7 to 12 inclusive.
Final return limit all points June 15
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
Jrt to Nature. fc
f Plan to spend eV
B this Summer al
B Cary's Hot
H "Item of the t aacadea." 1
Q Right in the heart of M
H the mountains, with the U
H beauty of its wild, prim!-
9 tlve state maintained. M
H Fishing, Riding, Mountain l
B Climbing. M
H Over 20 or the Hottest Cum. H
t tlve Springs In the World. H
n New bath-house. Baths free H
W Season 1914. Q
H states low. Handsomely lllus- H
1& trated booklet on request at la
W Moneyman Hardware Co., If
4 Backus & Morris and B
T3k P. R, L. & P. ticket M
office, 1st and Alder. B
CARVS HOT 8
fclatacada, Or. JpJ
A liar and
Geary Street, abova Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.50 a daj o
New steel and concrete structure. Third
addition of hundred rooms jnst com
pleted. very modern convenience.
Moderate rates. Center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines transfer
ring all over city. Electrlo omnibus
meets trains and steamers.
An Informal reception of all the
former pupils of St. Mary's Academy.
The Dalles, Oregon, will be held In the
academy parlors on Wednesday, June
10, from 3 to 9 P. M. All are most cor
CCHWAB PRSSTIKG COi
W BEN F.GnEEfJE.PhESICENTj
r HOTEL '
S. & H. Stamps Given
THE OLDEST RELIABLE
Our aklll In ac
knowledged and our
promptness in finish
ing work in one day
when required is ap
preciated by out-of-town
Dr. wise la a false,
tooth expert. There la
"A I.WAY6 O K
BKST" In every call
ing, and Dr. Wise lays
rluliu to this distinc
tion in Oregon. 2T
What we can't guar
antee we don't do.
Low Prices for
Good Rubber Pistes, each S.VO0
Tlic B-st Ked Kiibbrr Plates, each ?..
2?-Karat Cold or Porcelain trtno.j.l)0
Wise Dental Co.
RELIABLE PAINLESS DENTISTS.
Pbonr Main 2029. A XOtO.
1H Third St., Failing Bldg.. o. . cor.
Third and Washington.
CURE YOUR BOY
Preparation Argenite. an improve
ment on the formula used at State In
dustrial School and Juvenile Courts.
Send 60c for full treatment, postpaid.
ARGENITE CO., Dept 5
' 451 MsrrlsoB St., Portland, Or.
THAT DELIGHTFUL BEACH HOME
The "Elmore," at Elmore' Park. Is now
open; European only; free furnished cook
tents; a quiet, homelike outing place over
looking the ocean; last year our accommo
dations were taxed to capacity; tardy res
ervations were dlsanDOlnted : this Vfar
capacity Is doubled, but still urge early res
ervations: you'll like the place and the
price. write ior circular.
"TH K KLMORB." Rockaway. Or.
St. Helens Hall
Resident and Day School for Girls
In charge of Sisters of bit. John Baptist
(Eptacopa!). Collegiate, Academic and Ele
mentary Departmenta Musie, Art- Elocution.
Domestic Art. Domestic Science, Gymoutuin.
For catalogue adriresa
TUB S1STKK grPERIOB,
St. tialen'a 11a II.
First and Oak Streets
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Telephones: Main i6y ' A 1 165