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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAN. FRIDAY. JtTXE 19. 1914.
pressed me was the number of steril
izers which had been installed in these
milk plants and dairies."
CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE ON
THE PACIFIC COAST
EXTRA SPECIAIr 87 New Spring Skirts
in blue and black serge, regu- Art qj
lar $5.00 values at D..3
CARR CLUB HAS MEETING
Clinics on Pyorrhea and Prophylaxis
to Be Held by Dentists.
The Carr Club, composed of dentists
Final Clearance Prices, Embracing Our Entire
Results of Tests Held Phenom
enal in Comparison to Those
in Eastern Cities.
of the city, who are specializing in
pyorrhea and prophylaxis, held its
monthly meeting at the Chanticler Inn
Tuesday night. The members made the
trip in the automobiles of Drs. W. C.
omen's Garments-Nothing Reserved
Shearer, F. A. Voge, C M. Harrison and
G. D. Peters, arriving there at 6 P. M.
After dinner the meeting was held in
The club voted to hold a clinic on
pyorrhea and prophylaxis during the
WORK DONE NIGHT AND DAY
meeting of the Oregon state .ueniai
V 7 Sixth and Alder Sts. Dw
Stock of W
Number Bacteria, Cleanliness, Fla
vor, Odor, Purity Learned in In
spection by City Health Bureau
Under Federal Direction.
Results of two milk contests held in
Portland this year oy the City Health
Department, under the direction of the
United States Bureau of Animal In
dustry, to determine the Quality of milk
being delivered by the various dairy--men,
were made public yesterday in the
form of a score of the dairies, based
on 100 points or perfect. F. H. Bothell
Federal dairy inspector, and D. B. Zei
ner. deputy state dairy and food com
missioner, were Judges.
The first contest was held in March
and the second about two weeks ago.
Inspectors of the city service worked
day and night getting the milkmen on
their routes and taking samples of milk
from their wagons. These were taken
to the city laboratories, where tests
were made to determine the number of
bacteria or organisms for each cubic
centimeter; the cleanliness or tne miiK
the flavor, odor and general purity.
Result Held Phenomenal.
It is explained by Dr. D. W. Mack,
chief of the city milk inspection dlvi
eion, and City Health Officer Marcellus
that Portland's contests show phenom
enal results, compared with figures
from 'other cities. All dairies and milk
plants received exceptionally high
"Portland consumers should have no
fear of anv of our milk." said Dr. Mar
cellus. "The average milk delivered In
this city would be a luxury and com
rnand a fancy price in some of oui
large Eastern cities."
Scores Are Announced.
Following are the scores as an
Kiger. P. M. (Red Cross), Gresham 93.23
Thompson & Cook (CloTer Hill), Deer
Island 93 00
Raw Dalrr Milk Delivered by Producers.
John Lurks (Brooklyn). Mllwaukie M-3T
. A. Heluman (Portsmouth). Lents 94.U
WuT-ri-n TTmiMor fFulton Park. Hills
IL A. Van Busklrlt, rortiana ."
Lehman, Charles, Hillsdale, B. 1 93.90
Christensen, W. C. (special), i'alrview. 93.87
Weldinan, K. A., Falrview 93.80
Olsen.W.. 70 W. Humboldt 93.8o
TTrtmn A. P.. Lents 9;
fcDence. W. C. (Rose City). Falrview. . .93.50
Barsde & Krause, Hillsdale 9.L'5
Wahl Bros. (Laurelhurst). Falrview ...93.00
Chrlsteusen, W. C. (Common), Fair-
Zlnger. TJ.. Lents 91-.50
Jloth. John (Columbia). 575 Vancouver
Peterson. JJ. 7403 Sixty-fourth avenue. .92.t0
Mens. C. (Rock Home), Milwaukle 92.00
Keinpf. Joe (Columbia boulevard), R. 1,
Huber. J., Lents, R. 1 91.75
Hanschell Bros., Mllwaukie, R. 1 ..91.35
Winters. G. H.. Mllwaukie 01.30
Wills. B. H.. 926 Easy street,; 81.J8
fcteigerwald, J. K. A., Forty-second and
UymniAn a. w 1417 Vancouver ave
nue : 01.00
AndregK. J. H.. Lents : ... .91.00
Tanler & Wiesenfluh. Hillsdale, R. 1..90.9..
Frutiger & Raz. Hillsdale 90.80
l!hnrha.rh A. KchliDD. 3BO North Seven
teenth street 90.75
Washl, Emu. Falrview 90.72
Pysli, A. J.. Mllwaukie 90.37
Kivrt. w M.. Columbia boulevard and
Vaucouver avenue ................ .90.00
Brugger & Tannller. Hillsdale 89.90
Johnson. Mrs. Chris. 3906 Seventy-sixth
street. Southeast i 89.90
Jackson, F. E., 1282 Belmont street. . .89.80
Meyers. M., Hillsdale ....89.50
McOullum. J., 248 Ford street 89.12
A bey. J. C. Portland, R. 1 89.12
Troiell dc Robinson, 180 East Bryant
I.aumeno. Peter. 875 Tenino avenue. . .89.05
(Jeerllgga & Stuy. Milwaukle 89.00
Pries. L., JltSl Holgate street 89.00
Deery. A. E.. Milwaukle 88.87
Shoemaker, D. R., Gresham S8.70
Kamesbotham, R., Mllwaukie, R. 1 88.50
Kelt. W. F-, Columbia boulevard, box
Patterson. H. G.. Lents 88,;0
Kelser. Joseph, Hillsdale 88.50
Hess, William, Portland, R. 1 88.0O
Hyde. 6. B.. 7641 East Thirty-fourth
street. South 92-2
Fultzer Bros.. Hillsdale 87.87
Kanyo, E., 529 Columbia boulevard. .. .87.50
Kwald. B.. Milwaukee. R. 3 87.50
McKlbbon. James, Lents SSI:,'"
;eHme. Chris. Lents 81. 37
Kasllu, M., East Nineteenth and Atlaa
streets ST. 37
TTm.n r T r:.nrnt Delivery 87.00
Taiin A Miller. Portland. R. 1 .87.00
Wilght Bros.. East Twenty-ninth and
X.,c--ll atrixita 87.00
Brandstrup. M. ".. 124 Russell street. . .88.90
Kgger Bros., Portland, box 289 ,.8H.7
DeFreltas. Thomas. Portland, R. 2
Covert, I. C. Portland. R. 1 88.50
Kehrll, Henry (Sunrise) Portland. Sta-
tlon B. box S001 . 86.33
Vandergrlff. S.lt J:3"6rtland. box 491.. .88.32
Wilson. Gus, 05 Tacoma avenue 86.15
McKay J S.. 502 East Thirty-third
street North .?-22
Wahl Fritz. 232 Fifty-fifth street North.8...60
Kehrll Bros.. Beaverton SMi
Weiscnfiuh. A., Hillsdale 85.45
Cummlngs. A.. 206S Brazee street S.V00
Rhwiib. G. Falrview S5.00
Tomcher at Son, Hillsdale So.00
Chase. W. E., Jt East, sixtieth street
North 84. TO
Tolson, C. H., Ints ...84.80
Tlruns H C. 675 Fremont street S4.2ii
Klaer F. M. (Sun Dial). Gresham,
R. P. D. No. 1
Tenly. J.. Hillsdale
Thomen A Obrlst, Falrview....,
Bros. C Hillsdale
Kehrll. Younger. Falrview .....
Hmith. W.. Hillsdale
Ktelger, J.. Lents
Boas & Walker. Lents, box 69T. ,
Mlnnoggie & Deer, Portland, R.
. . .80.80
McCartv Company. East
and Webster streets . .
Fprunk, A.. Hillsdale . . .
n..i. T3 TtflUrinlM
Mchalk. J.. 70O Insley street 7S.S7
Mathews, C. W.. Mllwaukie 7S.00
Andregg A Nagle, Beaverton
Lawrence. C. D.. ISO" East Main street-7;.00
Fowler. J. L.. East Gilbert road, Lents.7l.23
Strieker. P.. Beaverton 68.33
Kurllo. S., 481 East Fourteenth street
Goldstein. Mrs. S.. 969 East Twenty
first street North
Wlnniger. J.. Oswego -S
Rice. G. W.. Lents 57.85
Haw Palry Milk Delivered from Milk, Depots.
Skie. I. JT.. Lents SV5!!
Hansen Bros.. 1ST. East Exeter street. .S0.S0
Kehrll. John. 1871 East Exeter street. .85.87
Meyer.1- Dairy. Montavllla S?
City Dairy. 553 Second street 79.10
Kernwood (raw). Union avenue
Hlckey. T. I., Lents - lIS2
Lewis. G. W., 1432 Farrell street 39.20
Rlvervlew Dairy. 1003 Belmont streeet. 93.84
Willamette Dairy. S42 Mississippi ave-
nue . ..93.09
Hvgela Farms Company, SoS Second
Damascus Creamery, 430 Hawthorne
Independent Creamery, 492 Union ave
Keyser. N. R.. 6922 Forty-fourth ave
nue Southeast 83.60
Home creamery, 126 Russell street. .. .83.30
Femwood Dairy, Union avenue 82.99
Portland Pure Milk ec Cream Company,
Third and Hoyt streets 77.40
Modern Dairy, 324 Davis street 64.37
Inspector Says City's) Record Good.
Commenting on the contest and Port
land's milk supply. Inspector Bothell
"The results of the milk contest
show that milk of Portland stands well
up in the rank of city milk supplies.
During my stay I have had the privi
lege of Inspecting all the pasteurizing
and raw milk depots, and with the ex
ception of one or two, I have found
them in excellent condition.
"One point which particularly lm-
Society, June 22 to 24, inclusive.
. PERS0NAL MENTION.
A. J. Vance, of Medford, is at the Im
W. S. Wharton, of Newberg, is at the
F. I Merrick, of Chicago, is at the
P. T. Patterson, of Butte, is at the
C. H. Kattray, of Seattle, is at the
A. J. Goodbrod, of Union, is at the
H. H. Hoffman, of Heppner, is at the
T. C. Elliott, of Walla Walla, is at
Harold Sproul, of Ontario, is at the
Edwin M. Levy, of San Francisco, is
at the Benson.-
C. E. Kenyon and son, of Ontario, are
at the Imperial.
J. F. Anderson, of Muskogee, Okla..
is at the Seward. .
Mrs. C Beuhan. of Springfield, Mass.,
is at the Carlton. .
E. C. Stone, of Cosmopolis, Wyo., is
at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Stewart, of Boise,
are at the Oregon.
F. J. Walsh is registered at the Mult
nomah from Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Davey, of Don
don, are at the Nortania.
Mr. and Mrs. William West, of Che
halis, are at the Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Page Wingate, of
Denver, are at the Oregon.
Hjatte and Rolf Nerdrum, of Marsh
field, are at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Campbell, of North
Yakima, are at the Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hoffman, of San
Francisco, are at the Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Robinson, of
Oakland, Cal., are at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Durbin. of Van
couver, Wash., are at the Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rogers, of Spo
kane, registered at the Seward yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Buckman, of
Jacksonville, Fla., are at the Multnomah.
H. D. McCoy ,of San Francisco, Is
registered at the Oregon with Mrs. Mc
Coy. Mrs. Cornelia Abbott and Miss Oln
hausen, of Columbus. O., are at the Cor
nelius. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sirry and Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Gates, of Eugene, are at the
Mr. , and Mrs. Roy Wittemore, of Se
attle, and Miss Julia Wittemore are at
Mesdames H. F. Prael and K. K. Hob-
son, or -Hood itiver, are registered at
Mrs. F. S. Lawrence and two daugh
ters are registered at the Nortonia
from San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Merchant, of
Yamhill, are at the Imperial. Mr. Mer
chant is a pioneer of 1857. "
Henry Ballier, of Seaside, is at the
Imperial. He is 84 years old, came to
SUIT AND COAT SALE AT LESS THAN
Suits and Coats
387 Plain Tailored and
Dressy Suits, all colors, in
the most wanted materi
als. Coats made up of the
'most wanted fabrics and
in latest styles, including
the Balmacaan and new
cape coat. "Worth up to
Suits and Coats
423 at this price. Fancy and
plain Tailored Suits, serges, ga
bardines, waffle cloths, combi
nation check suits, any color
desired. Coats all the latest
models. Balmacaan and Cape
Coat styles, plain and fancy
mixtures, all colors, including
673 at this price. You will
find suits in this group of the
finest and most exclusive mod
els shown this season. Suits
made to sell at Ihrco times the
above prices. They come in
the most popular Spring and
Summer fabrics of both wool
and silk. Not one in the lot
worth less thsn $35 and many
of them $45 and $."0 gsrments.
white; worth up to $30.00.
More Than lOOO Dresses at Less
Than SOc on the Dollar
$12.00 Dresses. $4.95
$15.00 Dresses $695
$22.50 Dresses $9.95
$30.00 Dresses $12.95
$35.00 Dresses. . ... .$14.95
$40.00 Dresses $16.95
100 LINON SUITS, slightly soiled. Take your
choice of them for only $1.00
EXTRA SPECIAL 500 Waists, slightly mussed from handling, worth
up to $2.25 each. On special sale at only. Q3
SILK PETTICOATS, deep aeoordion-pit.!
flounce, all colors. Triced at only $!.(!
Worrell's Sample Cloak Suit House
Corner Sixth and Alder Streets opposite uregoman puuain
Oregon in 1S47. and has been Justice
of the Peace for more than 30 years at
Charles R. Kiley, F. A. Sears and Roy
and Mae Watson, all of Rochester,
Minn., are registered at the Benson, re
turning: from the grreeters' convention
at Los Angeles, as are also the folljw
ing: Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Thompson, of
Wheeling: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Camp
bell and Mrs. B. S. Webb, of St. lxiuis.
PICTURE POSING NOT
ALL BEER AND SKITTLES
Annette Kellerman Finds Life Under Water, Associating With All Kinds
of Strange Animals, None Too Agreeable.
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ANNETTE KELLERMAN, STAR IN FILM. "NEPTUNE'S DAUGH
TER," COMING TO HEILIG.
N TALKING with Annette Keller
mann, who will appear at the
HeUig Theater, Eleventh and Morri
son, lor seven nignis at am hi
afternoons at 2:30, beginning next Sun
day night. In the last word In photo
plays, "Neptune's Daughter," about the
joys of a moving-picture actress. Miss
Kellermann said: "Its great sport
that is, for one who has to do a
swimming and diving act of a hair
curling nature, and at the same time
gives the camera man a chance to
register the connection between the
work you are doing as part of the
picture and in combating the forces
of gravity which are determined to
draw you down to the bottom of the
"Any moving-picture actress who
has to work in water ought to draw
double pay, as an actress and a swim
mer, and where one must have the
extreme pleasure of close acquaintance
with turtles, fish, lobsters, those of
the many antennae variety, they
should have an extra gratuity for this
feature of t contribution to art, as dis
played on ' the screen.
"Bermuda is a beautiful spot, full of
sunshine and flowers, and likewise
strange creatures inhabit these waters,
which made anything but enjoyable
positions in the divertisement provided
for me in malting the picture, "Nep
PAVING PUNS CITEO
Commissioner. Dieck Explains
GREATER EFFICIENCY AIM
Comprehensive Study of Conditions
Reported With View of Obtaining
for Property Owners Most Eco
nomical Kind ot Street.
That delays in the handling of pro
ceedings for paving in various parts
of the city have been for the purpose
of obtaining for property owners the
most economical types of pavement
and preventing unwise construction, is
the assertion of City Commissioner
Dieck in answer to complaints by
property owners against what has
been termed unnecessary and unrea
sonable delays in pavement during the
last few months.
"During the past six months the de
partment has received' a large number
of improvements initiated by petition
of property owners." said Commissioner
Dieck yesterday. "In order that these
improvements might be well designed,
both as to field necessities and also
as to the ability of the property to
bear the expense of construction, the
department has spent considerably
more time in preliminary investigation
than has been the practice heretofore,
in order that when placed before the
Council the proceedings might advance
with an assurance of their worth and
probable success. .
"The filing of plans for improvements
was, in a number of instances, post
poned awaiting the adoption of re
vised standard specifications. Inves
tigation and discussion of these speci
fications extended over a period ot
several months and printed copies have
just been received.
"The department has not felt justi
fied in releasing for bidding a number
of plans for hard-surface pavements
until a proper classification of pave
ments could be arrived at. In order that
filed plans might include only those
types of pavement which have been
found, by actual investigation, to fill
the, requirements. The classification
prepared by the department last Au
gust has shown the need of careful
provision in this respect. Classifica
tion of pavements based on other than
experimentation had not existed, here
tofore. For several weeks there has
been under way by the engineering
forces a thorough investigation of the
best practice in other cities and of
the records of this city.
"This investigation has been of an
extended character and has compre
hended a study of records upon the life
of all types of hard-surface pavements
laid in the city under all types ot traf
fic; of maintenance costs, of cleaning
costs and of cost and suitability of
pavements as affected by grades,
drainage conditions, etc. The records
have been scattered and have not been
maintained in a form suitable for con
sultation. "The department will feel amply Jus
tified if, by such precautions, it suc
ceeds in obtaining for property own
ers the most economical type of pave
ment and prevents unwise construction."
son, Edward. Mr. Palmer was lnstruc
ing his son how to handle the ax when
the instrument glanced in such a man
ner as to inflict a horrible gash in the
calf of his father's leg. In rebounding
the ax struck the boy on the instep,
badly mutilating his cork foot. After
glueing the severed pieces of the foot
together, the boy was able to venture
onto the streets without the use of a
RECALL FILINGJS WANTED
Alleged Disappearance of Petitions
Arouses David Gross.
Believing that ex-Mayor Rushlight.
Buck Keith, a discharged sanitary in
spector, and Alfred D. Cridge have the
recall petition said to have been se
cured some time ago against Mayor
Albee and Commissioners Delck and
Brewster, David Gross, unsuccessful
candidate for the Progressive nom
ination for Congress at the recent
primary, announced yesterday that he
would start mandamus proceedings to
force the filing of the petitions.
It is said that many persons signed
the petitions on the understanding
they would be filed as soon as com
pleted. Since completion, several
months ago, the petitions have disap
peared, apparently, none of them hav
ing been, filed.
TWO ARE FIRST GRADUATES
Archbishop Christie Speaks at Im
maculate Academy Exercises.
Miss Marie Thatcher and Miss Mary
Dunn, first graduates of the high school
department of the Immaculate Acad
emy of St. Mary's Church. Williams
avenue, received their diplomas last
night at the commencement exercises
held in the auditorium of the- Colum
bus Club. The commercial irrsdup
re Miss Msrssrrt Thomas, Mla NVllle
Williams, Miss Hornlre Amrrn, Mim
Minnie Ketch, M MIMn-d Mlllor. Ml
Tessy Martin. Mine Cecelia Khunehnn
and Miss Marr O'Mnra.
Archbishop Chrliitlo prMd en1 pre
sented the graduates with their di
plomas, speaking a work of hr- '"!
encouragement as he presented t h
dlplomaa. lie apnke In rommemtatiiHi
of the work of 8t. Mary's Academy.
Miss !arnlln J. ilcon. secretary
of the Oregon Wolfare. Commission. 1--llvered
the principal addreaa to tlie
class. The titan srhol department was
established nhnut three years aae end
the two receiving diplomas are Its flrt
DlM-harirrd Man Kill Self.
BANDON. Or, June Fpeolal.
Jack Brown, a bartender, who waa dip
charged by A. Guatafsnn, committed
suicide this afternoon by shooting him.
self In his room with a .3S-callber re
volver Prown waa nhnut R0 yara old
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Roseburg Man Hurt by Glancing Ax.
ROSEBCRG, Or June 18. (Special.)
John Palmer, near Sutherlin, was In
jured last night when he was struck
by the blade of an ax wielded by hie
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