Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1914)
THE MORNING OKEGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY. JULY 1, 1914.
WORK ON STREETS
Paving Proceeding, Long De
layed, to Be Taken Up Be
BIG CONTRACTS TO BE LET
Improvements to Cost From $300,'
00 to $400,000 May Be Started
' In xt Two Weeks Follow
ing r Classification.
Pavement proceeding which have
tieen held up for months pending the
adoption of new paving specifications
and the arrangement of a new classifi
cation will be released at once. The
proceedings will be hurried through as
rapidly as possible, with the hope of
getting the contracts into the hands of
the paving companies so the pavement
can be laid before the end of the bum-
t..r T will h the middle of Septem
ber before the work -on the majority of
improvements can be started.
On the calendar of the Council for the
regular session this morning are ev
rai imnrovement Droceedings and sev
eral others will be brought up at the
end of the meeting under euspenaea
rules. Promise was made by the Public
Works Department yesterday that all
pending proceedings will be disposed
of before the end of July. It is expect
ed about 10 proceedings will be start
ed this week and others next week.
Property Owners Complain.
There has been a great deal of com
plaint from property owners abot the
delays in paving. The delay was
caused by the Council taking up the
consideration of new specifications last
Fall. It was March before the revision
of specifications was completed and
the new forms sent to the printer. It
was a month before they were printed
and then a delay was occasioned by
the consideration of new classifica
tion of various types of pavement.
This work was finished a week ago by
City Engineer Dater and was approved
later by Commissioner Dleck.
The changes in specifications are
of a technical nature, being planned
to give the city closer supervision
over paving operations. A few minor
changes are made in the materials to
be used in various types of paving. In
the new classification, as worked out
by i City Engineer Dater, the chief
change is the permitting of asphaltlc
concrete to enter into competition on
all projects with standard pavement.
Formerly this pavement was allowed
to compete only on certain kinds of
Larva Contracts to Be Let.
Within the next two weeks it is es
timated contracts will be awarded for
paving to cost between I300;000 and
1400,000. There are many large con
tracts and a long list of small ones in
the collection, which has been held in
abeyance pending the settlement of
the specifications and reclassification
Following is a list of the proceed
ings to be passed upon by the Council
Blandena street from Williams ave
' Hue to Vancouver avenue.
Portions of Twenty-eighth street,
Upshur street and Twenty-ninth street.
Portions of-Franklln street and East
Nineteenth street, as a district.
East Fifty-eighth street from East
Lincoln street to Division street.
Unnamed street between blocks 129
and 130, Rose Oity Park.
Portions of Madrona street and East
Tenth street, as a district.
Portions of .Mill street and nine
teenth street, as a district.
Fifty-eighth street Southeast from
Fortieth avenue Southeast to Thirty
ninth avenue Southeast.
Karl street from Mllwaukle street to
East Tenth street.
East Forty-third street from Haw
thorne avenue to East Main street.
AUTO RACES ARE PLANNED
Meet July 11 and ie Is Proposed on
Rose City Speed-way.
As a result of a meeting yesterday
between members of the Rose City
Speedway Association and E. A. Moross,
manager of the Maxwell racing team.
It was decided to hold a big automobile
racing meet here July 11 and 12.
Moross has seven racing cars, drivers
and mechanicians ' with him at Indian
apolis now for the big Taooma meet,
and they will all be down, while the
appearance of the Frantz and Romano
Is regarded as a certainty, as Parsons
and Barnes both want to get after the
big drivers. Fred Merrill will go to
Tacoma to get more of the participants
in that race meet to come down here.
REVIVAL MEETING PLANNED
Several East Side Pastors Arrange
for Series In Fall.
' Bishop W. M. Bell, of the United
Brethren Church, located in Los An
geles, and Professor P. P. Bllhorn. mu
sical director, of Chicago, will be in
vited to come to Portland this Fall
for a series of evangelistic meetings
during the month of November. These
meetings may be held in Centenary
Pastors of the United Evangelical.
Evangelical Association, United Breth
ren, Centenary Methodist and other
East Side churches met yesterday and
decided to arrange for the meetings.
Another conference will be held next
Francisco, are registered at the Wash
W. E. Winks, of Harrisburg, Pa., Is
at the Carlton.
C. L. Riverman, of Tacoma, is at
the Nortonia Hotel. .
George Epling. of San Francisco, is
at the Washington.
Martin Johnson is registered at the
Eaton from Centralia.
W. J. McEiern, of Hamilton, Ont., Is
registered at the Carlton.
II. S. Howe is registered at the Nor
tonia from San Francisco.
P. A. Cloninger, of Seattle, and Mr.
Cloninger are at the Carlton.
W. H. McLoughlan, or Hamilton Ont,
is registered at the - Carlton.
A. W. Stone is registered at the
Kortonla Hotel, from Hood River.
E. J. McDermott is registered at the
Nortonia Hotel from San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Olsen are reg
istered at the Nortonia from Seattle.
Mrs. James Riley and son, of Boise,
Idaho, are registered at the Eaton.
CHICAGO, June-30. (Special.) M.
if- c . 1 !
s . IT
l" - - K- -' : I
!-V- K --1H I
IV t - t
I i " f "i ii t
I ' f h I
l ', it
I " " ' l 1
f - ii"- !'
Mrs. Lucinda Cfcnse Hate Bnafc.
U k. Will II H.lll
o a a a e'o o a
K. Cummings, of Portland, Or, is
registered at the Congress Hotel.
L IS AT
SERVICES FOR MRS. LTJCIIVDA BUSH
TO BE HELD TODAY.
CAMPMEETINGS ARE HELD
Apostolic Faltli and Pentecostal Tent
Two tented cities have been erected
In Portland this week, one by the
Apostolic Faith Mission at East Twenty-first
and Alberta streets, and the
ether on the Mount Scott line.
At the Apostolic Faith camp about
20 tents have been pitched. Sessions
are being held in a large tent morn
ing, ' afternoon and night each day.
They will continue throughout July.
A 10-acre grove is the location of
the Pentecostal camp near Creston
station. About 25 tents have been
pitched. Meetings are held nightly.
G. H. Weber, of Carlton, Is at the
C. S. Todd, of Seattle, is at the
A. L. Funke, of Chicago, is registered
at the Eaton.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sargent, of San
Widow of Late Colonel D. B. Bash Was
87 Years Old She Was Member of
Family Prominent In ClvUVWar.
Tha funeral of Mrs. Lucinda Chase
Hatch Bush, who died Monday, will
k huiii at- in A. M. todav from her
residence. 12 East Fourteenth street.
Rev. W G. Eliot will officiate.
Mrs. Bush was the wife of Colonel
D. B. Bush, who died a year ago.
Mrs. Bush was born in Hillsboro, N.
H., May 27, 1827. Her father. Dr. Reu
hn Watch was for SO years a leading
physician of Hillsboro. He moved with
his family of seven Bons and two
daughters to Griggsville. TIK in 1836.
Several of her brothers acquired
prominence In public life in Illinois.
O. M. Hatch was Secretary of State
for eight years. During his term of
office he was brought into relations
of the closest Intimacy with Governor
Yates and Abraham Lincoln, and In the
TJ.,Aln .amnalrn nf 1860 he OCCUDled
a prominent place in $he councils of
Another brother. Colonel R. B. Hatch,
..-4 with riintfncHon on General
Grant's staff in the Mississippi Valley.
Mrs. Bush was married to Colonel
Daniel Brown Bush, of Pittsfleld, 111.,
c.n.sn.Kr an ikki Colonel Bush was
editor of the Pike County Journal. He
was one of the first editors to mention
Abraham Lincoln for the Presidency of
the United States.
At the breaking out of the Civil
War, Colonel Bush enlisted and served
until its clOBe with distinction.
In 1878 the family came to Portland.
Colonel and Mrs. Bush celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary In
Mrs. Bush leaves a sister, Mrs- Lucy
A. Cree, of Griggsville. 111., and one
daughter, Mrs. L N. Matlick, of Port
land. An only son, Jackson G. Bush,
died in 1874.
PAGEANT PLANS' MADE
CHERRY FAIR QUEEN TO BE GUEST
IS ELECTRIC PARADE.
Attempt to Hare Movie Pictures Taken
Reported Likely Line of March for
Big Event Saturday Annonneed.
As a guest of honor. Queen Anne VI
of the Salem Cherry Fair will take part
in the Electric parade to be held in
Portland Saturday night under the
auspices of the Portland Ad Club. She
will be accompanied by two maids. On
her arrival she will be greeted by
Queen Thelma of the Rose Festival,
with all the honor due from one ruling
monarch to another.
The ararngements for the parade
were considered by the committee yes
terday. It was decided to have the pa
rade start promptly at 8 o'clock from
the Twenty-third-street shops. The
same girls and men who acted during
the Rose Festival will appear on the
Just before the procession starts
photographs will be taken of each for
future reference. It is reported likely
an effort will be made to put the pa
intn mntlnn nirtiira film. Un to
rthe present time it is said no motion
picture proaucing company iietn urau
able to reproduce Portland's most spec
The line of march begins at Twenty
third street and runs on Washington to
Nineteenth. From Nineteenth it goes to
Morrison and then to Fifth street, on
Fifth to Gllsan, on Glisan to Broadway,
on Broadway to Washington, on Wash
i , n T.'i ti nn 17ifth ta Jefferson.
on Jefferson to Sixth, on Sixth to Sher
man, on Sherman to mn, ana on
Washington to Twenty-third and back
into the barns.
FATHER CLAIMS OWN BOY
William Xash Charged With Kidnap.
Ing Him From Mother.
The possession of a 8-year-old child
was Involved in the , disturbance case
of William Nash, In the Municipal
Court yesterday afternoon. Nash was
charged with kidnaping his own son
from its mother, from whom he had
been separated for some time, although
a divorce had been denied by the Cir
cuit Court and a monthly amount or
dered paid her. No provision for the
possession of two infant children was
made. Mrs. Nash allowed her husband
Try Our Special 25c Luncheon Served Daily in the Basement-Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in the Basement
Men's, Women's and Children's Bathing Suits, Caps, Shoes, Sweaters and Outing Needs of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices
Now in Progress,
Offering extraordinary reductions on all
Remnants, Odd Lota, Broken Lines and
Depleted Stocks throughout the store.
Unusual opportunities for money-saving.
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Store Hooxi-9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Every Business Day Saturday Included
Let this store supply your outiny and
traveling needs complete stocks at the
lowest prices. Agents for llartinann
"Kite-nite" and "Berth-High" Trunk.
Basement Underprice Store "Wednesday Specials
"' 1 1 ... m -en-
Double JVC Trading Stamps With All Basement Cash PurchascsToday
$12.50 to $25.00 Dresses
I Special at $7.85
Basement Underprice Store Beautiful new Dresses, suitable
for street or afternoon wear. Crepes, silks and light-weigh-woolen
material in seasonable colors. Great variety of popular
styles to choose from. All are desirable new models, hand
somely trimmed. Every size in the assort- ('7 QCZ
ment. Regular $12.50 to $25 Dresses, special D fJJ
Women's $15 Suits
Basement To close out these 75 Suits
quickly we offer them for Wednesday at
above price. Good plain-tailored models
in plain or novelty materials, well lined
and nicely finished. None sent C. O.D.
none on approval and no suits ex
changed. Regular $15.00 C5 QG
Suits. Special today, each peO
Dresses Worth Up to $30
Special at $9.98
Basement Underprice Store Just 50 of these handsome Dresses
in this bargain offering in most of them the materials alone
are worth more than the sale price. Samples and odd lines,
"only one or two of a kind. Materials are charmeuse, chiffons
and silks. Attractive colors. Dresses Felling CJQ Q &
ordinarily up to $30.00. Your choice at only 5e!7v0
Laces Worth to 40c,
, Dainty New Shadow,
Venise and Net
Edges and Ins er
tlons, in medium or
wide; scores of pat
terns. The yard
35c Taney Ribbons,
B-ln. Pure Silk Rib
bons in hundreds of
p a 1 1 e r ns and rich
c o 1 o rings. Regular
25c, 35c grades, the
IS to 27-in. Embroid
ery .Flouncings; also
A 1 1 o v e r Laces in
Oriental and shadow
lace effects. On sale
at, the yard,
tions. Skirts a n d
Tlrftwers of fine soft
k materials attractive
ly trimmed, aoc 10 x
Many pretty styles
In this lot. cut full
and long; Crepes,
Nainsook and Mus
lin. Regular $1.50
Gowns offered at
Long Lisle Gloves,
two-clasp style with
gers; regular 75c
grade, the pair,
50o Silk Hosiery,
Women's Fine Black
Silk Hone, with dou
ble heels and toes;
excellent Bvc grade
on sale for one lay
at, the pair.
Women's 12Vtfl Hose,
St the Pair
Black or tan cotton,
with double beola
and toes and ara
lffls feet. Rerular
lltto grade on aale
at special, a pair.
$15 Linen Suits
Basement Women's Linen and
Pongee Suits in natural color 90
of them for Wednesday's selling.
Excellent Suits for Summer wear.
No phone, mail or C. O. D. orders
filled for this special. Suits
worth up to $15.00, flJO QG
Wednesday at only
At Factory Cost
Basement Sample lines gowns,
combinations, skirts, drawers, cor
set covers and princess' slips
some a trifle soiled, others mussed
from handling. Good materials,
nicely", made. Choice of this
entire lot Wednesday at about
$1 Fancy Silks
Basement 5300 yards beautiful
new Silks 18 to 36-inch widths, in
a choice assortment of new and
popular colors and patterns. Fou
lards, messalines, ratine, pongee,
marquisettes, etc. Silks worth up
to $1.00, priced specially QQ
ale at, tfie yard
for this sale
Boys' $1 Shirts
Basement Boys' Sample Shirts in
sizes 11 to 14. Extra good qualities
starched cuffs and collar band.
Neat patterns and good colors.
Some slightly soiled and mussed.
These Shirts sell regularly up to
$1.00. On sale in theOQn
Basement at, special, each
Child's $2 Dress
Basement Housing one-day al of
Children's Wash llressrs. Attrac
tive new styles, nicely trimmed and
perfect fitting. Good assortment
of patterns and colors. Sixes for
girls 6 to 14 years of age. Ureases
worth up to $2.00. Base- yO
ment bargain price only
Short lengths Dress
Goods in plain and
fancy weaves, 36 to
64 inches wide. Reg
ular 60c to 750
75c Silk Ratine
Very desirable fab
waists and dresses.
Shown in eight new
shades and black, 75c
F o u lards, beautiful
silky fabric for Sum
mer dresses. 36 in.
wide, 75c grade at,
85o Checked Goods,
44-ln. Wool Checked
weight for tailoring. -R
e g u 1 ar 85c grade
on sale at special, a
Summer Cora eta,
New Model' Summer
Net Corset, four hose
m e d iura bust, sizes
19 to 28. special, a
50c Union Suits
for 37V2 -
Women's Low Neck,
Cotton Union Suits,
with lace trimmed or
tight knee, all sizes,
Women's Fine Sheer
chiefs, full etzo and
neatly hemmed. Reg
ular lOo grade now
Cut in full and
well made. ii for
children 1 to rr
of ag.-. neat U
Men's $1.25 Shirts
At 59c '
Basement Men's extra good qual
ity Shirts, full cut and perfect fit
ling. Shown in a splendid line of
patterns and all sizes from 14 up
to 17. Regular grades in this lot
selling up to $1.25. For
quick cleanup, Wednesday
Bons' Wash Suits
Basement Special line of Boys
Wash Suits also romper styles.
Near patterns and good, depend
able wash materials. Sizes from
2y2 to 7 years. Priced special for
Wednesday's selling only
at this big saving, choice V
Remnants Now at
Basement Bargain Center Rem
nants and short lengths of dress
goods, silks, wash goods, draperies,
ribbons, lace3, ,embroideries, etc.
Your choice of the entire lot in this
great one - day U TYtOO
offering, at ' M
$6 Wool Sweaters
Basement Women's extra heavy
wool Sweaters in "Ruff Neck'"
style, made full and long. Fur
nished with pockets and large pearl
buttons. Colors tan, grny, cardinal
and white. Odd lines C 1 QQ
worth up to 6 forP-l0
$10 Riding Skirts
Basement Women's Divided Rid
ing Skirts and many attractive
models in dress skirts. Plair. and
fancy mixtures in serviceable col
ors. Nearly all sizes. Skirts worth
up to $10. Priced for Q QQ
Wednesday's selling V"''0
Men's Khaki Pants,
Very desirable for out
ing wear, made of good
heavy grade drill
khaki with cuff bot-
toms, sizes 32 Jo 40,
50c Men's Underwear,
Men's White Gause
A t h 1 e t lc Shirts and
Drawers, cool and
rTnfnrt.ble. full line
LsizeS, 50c grades at
Men's 25c Socks,
n 15 Pair
Fine quality silk lisle,
"Everl asting," sec
onds; double heels,
soles and toes. Regular
25c grades at, pair.
40c Curtain Scrims,
Fine Scrims and Mar
quisettes, 36 to 40
inches wide, plain or
fancy borders, w o r th
to 40c, on sale at, yd..
Men's Night Shirts,
Made of "Fruit of the
Loom" Muslin, cut In
full lengths, V neck
and trimmed with
braid, 75c Shirts at
Swisses, Voiles, Print
ed Scrims and Case
ment Cloth, 36 Inches
wide, new designs,
12 c to 15c grades, yd.
Children's Shoes, Now
wide lasts for boys and
girls, button or lare
styles, sizes from to
2. shoes worth to 3 at
Odd lines of varlons
kinds, Oxiords. lumpa
Included. Some are
trifle Imperfect, worth
up to choice, pr
$1.25 Sample Waists
Basement Clean-up sale of odd
lines Women's White Waists. Some
of these are soiled or mussed, but
they are exceptional bargains at
this price. Sheer materials and
nicely trimmed.," Waists CZQf
worth up to $1.25. Choice
$2.00 House Dresses
"Basement Special purchase of 600
House Dresses offered at price.
Neat styles, including popular "2-in-1''
models. Ginghams, percales,
etc. All sizes in this line up to
44. Regular $1,00, $175 0 0
and $2.00 Dresses for only-'-''
$3.00 Lace Curtains
Basement 325 pairs handsome
new lace curtains scrims, Swisses,
nets, and Nottingham lace. Full
2y2 yards long "and extra wide.
Shown in white ad ecru. Regular
$2, $2.50 and $3 Cur- C7 T Q
tains, on sale at, pr. P ,
Shoes Worth to $4.00
Basement Hundreds of pairs of
women's and misses' high-grade
Shoes of patent vici, gunmetal
and velvet. Great special purchase
for our semi - annual Shoe Sale.
All sizes. Worth up 7 jQ
to $4.00, Wednesday
$1 to $1.50 Parasols
Basement Final elcan-up of all
Parasols about 200 of them to go
at to I-3 tDe regular prices.
Scores of attractive styles with
long polished wood handles. Come
early if you want one.
$1, $1.25 and $1.50 grades-"-''
- 5 Roll
No phone orders vfilled.
Limit 20 rolls to a cus
tomer. Full 1000 sheets
to the roll. On sale
H u n'd reds of pieces
Women's Fancy Neck
wear, odd lines, some
soiled and mussed.
Pieces worth up to 35c
Bleached Pillow Cases,
neatly hemmed, sizes
36x45 inches, on sale
9 Yard "-V
Mill ends of Crepes,
Ginghams, Lawns, etc.,
in hundreds of dainty
patterns, 3 to 10-yard
lengths, at, the yard.
12V2C Motor Goods,
Linen - finish material
for women's motor and
outing dresses, suits,
coats, etc. Regular
12 c grade on sale at
Full size (72 x 90)
Bleached Sheets of
good heavy muslin,
hemmed ready for use.
Offered Wednesday at
Children's $3 Coats,
Smart Summer Coats
for children 2 to 6 and
8 to 14 years. Light
2. and 13.00 grades
Fine Nainsook at
Mill ends Fine Soft
Nainsook bought at a
very special price, full
36 inches wide, on sale
at, the yard,
Priced Lower for Wednes
day's Selling at Center
Circle, 1st Floor
You'll save considerable on the
Summer Underwear if you supply
your needs here. Note below :
Women's reg. 35c Union OCf
Suits on special sale at -
Women's reg. 50c Union O EZg.
Suits on special sale at-'J
Women's reg. $1-25 Union Q CZg
Suits on special sale at-'-'1
25c" Sleeveless Vests, V T ff.
and round neck, special
Women's 25c Sleeveless t Q
Vests, V neck, special at---'"
35c Sleeveless vests, V 0 12
and round neck, special at"'"-'"
Women's 50o Vests, white QQ
and colors, on sale at only"-'-'"
Notions and Small Wares Underpriced
Bargain Circle, Main Floor, Between the Elevators
These items also on sale in the No
tion Dept. the remainder of the
week. Supply your sewing needs:
25c Machine Oil, speoial at 15
Rn' 'ar 15o Skirt Markers at 8
John J. Clarke's Spool Cotton, in
white only, all sizes, only
Regular' 5o Needles, two for 5
lOo 100-yard Spool Silk now 5
2V2C Darning Cotton, the spool, 1
10c Bias Seam Tape, the bolt, 5
Full -line of Crochet Buttons for
Summer 'wash suits and dresses.
Supply your needs at low prices.
35c Six-line Crochet Buttons 20
50c Eight-nne Crochet But'ns 25
65o Ten-line Crochet Buttons 35
75c Twelve-line Buttons now 40
$1 Fourteen-line Buttons at 60
fin Pnllsr Buttons, the card. 2Va
15c Nainsook Dress Shields, sizes
2, 3 and 4, on special sale at 10
25c Sanitary Belts on sale at 15
25c Silk Dress Shields on sale 18
lOo Hair Nets, with or without
elastic, on special sale, 5 for 10
25c Sterling Skirt Markers 19
10c "Soil-Off" Dry Cleaner at 8
JOo Pearl Buttons, the card, 5
Sale of Hair Brushes
at V to lh Less
Main Floor Special one-day sale
of Haif Brushes at extraordinary
low prices. Full bristle, hand
drawn, with ebony, rosewood and
natural wood handles. Creat vari
ety of styles and sizes in this as
sortment. Choice at . reduction of
Vs to 1-3 Less Than Regular Prices
lOo Collapsible Drinking Cups 8
10c Girdles, all sizes, now 8
Wash EdainET. 6 yds. to piece, 15
25o Sanitary Aprons, each, 18
65c, 75c Sanitary Aprons, 50
15c Sew-On Hose Supporters 10
25c Fancy Garter Elastic in all
colors, on 6ale at, the yard, 18
Sale of Naiad Shields
Dept. Main Floor
Naiad Dress Shields give universal
satisfaction. Why not select them
for your' Summer garments now
while the prices are reduced!
20c reg. style Shields No. 2 13
25o reg. style Shields No. 3 15
25c reg. style Shields No. 4 17
30c reg. style Shields, No. 5, 20
50c Naiad Boleros, all sizes, 35
$1.10 Aluminum Kettle, 1 gal 87
$1.90 Alu'ra Kettle, 3 gal., 81.50
$2.75 Alu'm Kettle, 3y2 gal 1.95
85c blue and white Preserving Pan,
5-gallon size. Speoial at only 58
35c Alumin'm Treserve Ladle 27
Gray enameled Preserve Spoon 4
Mason Fruit Jars, doz. pts., 40
Mason Fruit Jars, doz. qts., 57
Sure Seal Glass Top Jars, pts ."
Sure Seal Glass Top Jars, qts 75
Wide mouth Mason Jars, pts C5
Small covered Jelly Glass, d 27
Large covered Jelly Glass,d 32
Mason Fruit Jar Rubbers, dor.. 8c
Caps and Rubbers complete, 20
Ball's special Caps and Rnbljers
for wide mouth Jars, doz., 25
COTTAGE DINNER SETS.
36-Pe. dark blue design, $2.35
42-Pc. gold decoration, set, $2.75
4G-Pc. Colonial decoration, 3.63
nnfin njAAiWVrii I
: ' -
there are nearly a score of the leaaing
to see the children twice a month at
nri.ii. t.uino v 1 ,ii11Arftn last week
H UI1S llolllHB " -
Nash was charged with climbing
through a window witn nis mui
taking him home and refusing to de-n.,-.
Kin n ita mother. Through
agreement, the charge was dismissed
on condition that JNasn return uw ooy
and be allowed to visit the children
onco a week until a higher court can
adjudicate the affair. I
OUTING PLANS ARE MADE
Salvation Army Charters Steamer for
Excursion for Poor.
Arrangements are well in hand for
the Salvation Army free Summer out
ing to poor mothers and children to
v .iv.n .Tniv 9. The- steamer
Grahamona has been chartered for the
day. It will carry 413 persons. The
party will be taken up the beautiful
Willamette River to Magone's Park.
Several hours will be spen-t at the park
and a lunch will be served. Games
and races will be held In the after
Donations of cash or provisions for
the outing will be gratefully received
if addressed to the Salvation Army,
relief department, 243 Ash street.
Tickets for the outing can be obtained
at the following Army branches: 243
Ash street, 207, Salmon street and 24
Union avenue. ' .
Santis'eptic Lotion relieves land Prevents
sunburn, tan, mosquito and insect bites.
AUDITORIUM PLANS PUSHED
Ad Club to Kevivo Movement for
Building; Committee Meets.
Interest In preparations for building
the public autditorlum is to be revived
by the Portland Ad Club and pushed
forward with all possible energy. The
committee for that purpose, of which
G. A. Benedict is chairman, held a pre
liminary meeting Monday to prepare
for launching the movement.
Before the end of the week a definite
programme will be itlined which the
Ad Club will' support before the public
and the auditorium commission.
Mr. Benedict has appointed a general
committee to work with him in which
Iloliaday Park Concert Toniglit.
At Holladay Park tonight, at 8
o'clock, the Portland Municipal Band
will play these selections:
March, "Second Kag't. Com. N. Q.." K.rv.
Walt. "Souvenir do Baden-Baden. Bosquet
Overture, "Der Freiachutx" von Weber
Cornet Solo, Val Caprice,
Excerpts from "Adele' .
Grand Fantasia. "Faust"
nnrlM. "Radinare" . . . .
R.i.rtinn from favorlta oneraa. "Creme de
la Creme" Tobanl
Two-Step. "Mary You're a Little Old-
Tomorrow night the band will play
In Washington Park.
If It is the skin ase Santlseptlc Lotion.
Homestead In Wtrn Canada
ISO Aeree Cseellent Afrloultorel Land
Free en Payment f $10 entrance Fee
The Canadian iQwnwwiit bae aa anthoiid asrat
Ja. N. OrtoT. located ror. let a ad Fort ftta
KpokaM, Waab., for the porpeee at tafnwa
ttoa free rwrardtne; the SMrtrts la the PrnTHwea ft
Manitoba, Saakathwan. Albert and Dfirleli
Columbia, and losalltM where hiaanKeOe are he
had. There la no aeoenltv to par anf thlas aima
Ulan I O otrmnoo feo wbra M appear at ta laaa
areaer tha rnanuMU la Weetara Caaada awke
Warnlnc I nerehr tia that aone eraer thee Mr.
Criea ar thoee aethartaed ar blai Im porwlttad M greas
eertineatae frr reduced ratee oa the railways.
Informatina ta aheoiutHr frw. He ware etf
tbufte woo ask mooay (or tale lainaiettoa,
W. D. SCOTT, uaaHoteerajaxd a tmwileeerlaa
Par the BomMla at casetfa Ottawa. Beaaea