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THE 3IOHXTXG OREGONIAJf, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. '
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF!
JIanafrlnr Editor Main 7070. A 6003
City Kdltor Main 7070. A 6093
Eunday Editor Main 7070. A 60:5
Advertlnli.K Department... . Main 7070, A 60U5
City Circulation iain 7070. A 60a5
ConiDosiuK-room Main 7070. A 60115
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Superintendent Building. . .Main 7070, A tiOWS
HETLIG THEATEK (Broadway at Taylor)
This afternoon at 1 and 8. tonight at 8:H0.
Paul J. Rainey's African Hunt Motion
pictures, second expedition.
&AKEK Baker Theater Players In "The
Master Mind." Tonight at 8:20.
LYK1C i Fourth and btarkj Musical com
edy, "Almost a Hero." This afternoon
at 2:30 and tonight, 7:30 and a:10 o'clock.
OAKS AML'SEMU.NT 1'AKK iCars from 1st
and Alder Open air amusements.
RECREATION ?AEK Pacific Coast League
baseball. Weekdays P. M., Sundays 2:30
PANTACES (Broadway and Alder) Thl
aftemoou at 2:15 and tonight at 7 :1S and U.
EMPKES3 (Broadway and YamhlllJ Con
tinuous from 1:00 to 11.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
tuLL'ilBIA jpixth, near Washington.
GLOBE Eleventh and Washington.
ivEW STAR Park end Washington.
KU.NSET Washington, near Broadway.
Advertisements Intended for tne City News
In Brief columns in Sunday's Issue must be
handed In The Oregonlan business office by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
Advertisements Intended for the Citv News
in Brief columns In Sunday's Issue must be
handed In The Oregonlan business office by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
Armory Sites Still Offered. More
offers of armory sites poured In on
the County Commissioners at the meet
ing yesterday, as follows: J. E. Black
burn, 7 acres. East Eighty-ninth and
Hawthorne streets lor $14,000: Mrs.
Gregory MacGregror, five acres, on the
south side of Prescott, between East
Forty-ninth and East Fifty-third
streets for $12,000; J. L. Wells Com
pany, 15 acres, on the southwest cor
ner of Section Line road and Eighty
second. street, for ,37,600; J. H. Mc
Mahon, 150 lots on East Forty-third
and Division streets for $105,000; B. J.
Jones, 120 by 200 feet on Foster road
for $3500, and J. W. Curran, six acres,
on Halsey street north between East
Fifty-sixth and. East Fif ty-seVenth
streets for $30,000.
Sellwood Y. M. C. A. Open Tonight.
The Sellwood X. M. C. A. will open
tonight in the building at the corner
of Spokane avenue and East Fifteenth
street, under the charge of John 13 es
se m e r, assisted by Kirk Drummund.
Klides showing views of the war in
Europe will be shown. There will be
a basket-ball game, wrestling, swim
ming and boxing. Next Monday the
athletic classes for boys and girls,
men and women, will be organized.
These will be conducted In the same
manner as last year. The Sellwood
ministers will arrange for some gen
eral Sunday afternoon meetings later.
MONTA VILLA HAS GET-TOOETHER MeET-
xno. The Montavilla Board of Trade
held a get-together meeting Wednes
day at the Hamilton building, corner
East Eightieth and East Glisan streets.
Refreshments were served. Mesdames
Thayer, Hamilton and Wallace were
appointed to secure a portion of the
rose cuttings which are to be dis
tributed by the Park Department for
Montavilla. The club decided to set
apart the first meeting night in each
month for entertainment and the sec
ond meeting night for business, the
regular meetings being the first and
third Wednesdays in the month.
Woman Sues Doctor. A suit for
$5000 damages was brought yesterday
by Elmlra Tervo against J. T. Le Fevre,
for alleged unskillful treatment by the
latter, who is a physician. It is stated
that as a result of his ministrations,
the plaintiff suffered much pain and
lost most of her hair. In need of his
services last January, the plaintiff
states she was unable to stand the pain
of treatment given her and she told the
defendant this was the case, where
upon, she says, the physician became
angry, broke his surgical instrument
over his knee and left the house.
Park Superintendent Reports.
Animation in parks is the latest idea
being worked out in Eastern cities,
according to Park Superintendent
Mlsche, who returned recently from an
investigation of Eastern parks and
playgrounds. In some parks the offi
cials have large numbers of chipmonks,
squirrels and birds to give life to the
general scenery. Chicago has gone the
other cities one better by having a
herd of sheep grazing under the super
vision of a shepherd on the lawns in
Church to Have Harvest Festival.
St. Johns Church, in Sellwood, will hold
a harvest festival, next Sunday even
ing. It is in recognition of he fruit
ful season. Grains, grasses, vegetables
and fruits will be gathered and used
to decorate the church and the vested
choir will render special music Rev.
John D. Rice will deliver a sermon ap
propriate to the occasion. The fes
tival will be under the auspices of
the Women's Guild on Monday evening.
Following the guild a garden exhibi
tion will be held In the parish house.
Rev. Thomas Robinson Resigns.
Rev. Thomas Robinson, who has been
pastor of the Smith Memorial Presby
terian Church at Fairvlew for the past
four years, has resigned, and last Sun
day delivered his farewell sermons. He
left this week for Pittsburg, where he
will take a post-graduate course and
research work in the Western Theo
logical Seminary. "He also will' attend
the University of Pennsylvania to pre
pare himself for special mission work.
Naturalization Is On. This is
naturalization week at the Courthouse
hearings starting this morning before
Juoge batons. They win continue until
next Friday. The court will inquire
into tne qualifications of those who
petition for citizenship and conduct
an examination as to their motives and
educational attainments. More than 160
cases will be heard and final citizen
ship papers will be issued to all who
Employe Loses Suit. A lurv in
Judge McGinn's court brought In a
verdict for the defendant yesterday in
the suit of Herman Johnson against
xne -eninsuia Lumber ComDanv. Dam
ages of $25,000 were asked for injuries
alleged to have been received while
the plaintiff was employed by the lum
ber company, it being charged the
latter was negligent in not providing
proper uaieguaros ior worKmen.
Mazamas to Climb Mountain. For
tneir weekly trip the Mazamas will
leave by way of the O.-W. R. & N
at 3:45 P. M. Saturday and go to
Bridal Veil. They will walk to the
logging camp of Palmer and stay for
tne night on tounday the ascent of
Larch Mountain will be made, and the
return to Bridal Veil. Those unable
to go on Saturday will leave town at
7:50 A. M. Sunday.
Injured Workman ' Asks $20,100.
Charging negligence In that Insuffl
cient safety appliances were provided
by the North Pacific Lumber Company,
where he was employed, as edererman.
Henry Barnhart yesterday sued for
$20,100 for injuries alleged to have been
iustained last May. It is stated that
the plaintiff's hand and arm were
mangled in the mill machinery-
daughters op Covenant Meet. A
special meeting of the Daughters of
tne covenant, Oregon Auxiliary No. 2,
I. O. B. B. will be held Tuesday even
ing, September 22. in the Selllng-Hirsch
Now. Bread and butter free with
each meal amounting to 20 cents o
over, at the Broadway Cafeteria,
Broaaway and Morrison streets. Adv.
Dr. Gustav Baar has returned; office
hours by appointment only. Stevens
Calvary Presbyterian Church Invites
you to hear Rev. Oliver S. Baum on
E. O. Spitzner, violin teacher; studio.
eeuing-jnirscn Diag. aqv,
Veterans to Honor National Anthem.
The Lincoln-Garfield Post, No. 3,
Grand Army of the Republic, with its
Relief Corps, visiting comrades and
friends, will celebrate the centennial
anniversary of the writing of the Star
Spangled Banner, at Grand. Army of the
Republic Hall in the County Court
house tonight, where the following
programme will be given: Introductory
remarks by Dr. j. E. Hall, vocal music
by quartet of young women, "Francis
Scott Key," by Professor M. L. Pratt;
vocal solo, "Star-Spangled Banner," by
Mrs. J. S. Hamilton; patriotic address,
A. E. Clark; vocal music, "Flag With
out a Stain," by Veteran Quartet. Fol
lowed by singing of "America" by the
Jubtlee Postponed Till' September
27. The jubilee services of the St Paul'
German Lutheran Church, East Twelfth
and Clinton streets. Rev. August
Krause, pastor, which was appointed
for next Sunday, has been postponed
until Sunday, September 27, so as not
to conflict with the German concert
in behalf of the sufferers in the war.
Rev. Mr. Krause returned a few days
ago from Detroit, Mich., where he at
tended the sessions of the National
Synod of the German Lutheran Church,
and Is now preparing for the jubilee,
which will be in honor of the 25th an
niversary of the founding of the St.
Paul Church, and his own ordination.
League to Hear Paving Report.
The committee of the Rose City
Heights League on paving has gone
thoroughly into the matter connected
with the contract for paving the
Alameda district and will file their
report at the next meeting. Tuesday.
Commissioner Dieck has informed the
league that there will be no changing
of curbs at the street corners or else
where except where absolutely neces
sary. Formerly objections had been
made against the proposed paving, be
cause of an Impression that the curbs
would be cut.
Funeral or Mrs. L. M. Fitzgerald
Today. The funeral of Mrs. Luclnda
Margaret Fitzgerald, who died yester
day, will be held at St Mark's Church
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs.
Fitzgerald was 85 years old. She was
born In England and came to Portland
In 1S95. She is survived by three
nephews. Rev. John H. Simpson, of St-
Mark's Church, Portland; Rev. Edmund
Simpson, of Eugene, and Rev. Marcus
Simpson, Cheshire, Conn., and one
grandnlece, Mrs. Vivian Davidson,
Art Association to Help Show.
The Mutual Art Association has ac
cepted an invitation to co-operate with
the Manufacturers' and Land Products
Show at the Armory and special exposi
tion buildings from October 26 to .No
vember 14. To arrange for a repre
sentative art exhibit at that time, the
Mutual Art Association has called a
special business meeting for this even
ing at its new headquarters, room 609
Northwest building, at the corner of
Washington and Sixth streets.
Welfare Exhibit Still On. The
health and welfare exhibit at the Teon
building will continue today and to
morrow. There are numerous booths
here at which parents are given in
formation regarding the care of their
children. Mrs. R. E. Bondurant has
charge of the better babies tests that
are being conducted and a score of the
leading physicians are examining the
babies each morning.
League to Hear Candidates. At
the regular weekly luncheon of Oregon
Civic League, to be held in the blue
room of the Multnomah Hotel at 12
o'clock tomorrow, the policies of the
candidates lor United States Senate
will be presented. Lester Humphries
will speak for Senator Chamberlain;
T. T. Geer will speak for R. A. Booth;
William Hanley will . be present to
speak in his own behalf.
J. N. Teal to Represent Club. J. N.
Teal will leave soon for San Francisco
on the behalf of the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce to ascertain what
action the Chamber of the Bay City
intends to take on The question of
canal tolls on deck loads. The Port
land Chamber of Commerce desires to
co-operate with the southern one, ac
cording to the decision reached at a
meeting yesterday of the directors.
Sunday School Teachers to Meet.
The regular meeting of the Portland
Graded Sunday School Union will be
held today at the Portland Central
Library, room A, at 3 P. M. Plans
are being made to start a teacher
training class. Mrs. N. Perry has been
secured for teacher. -All Sunday school
teachers and workers are invited to
Sunday School Rally Due. The
Sunday school workers of this citr
start tneir ivan series or institutes
Friday evening at the Taylor-Street
Methodist Episcopal Church, with an
echo meeting of the great international
Sunday school convention held recent
ly in Chicago. Three of the delegates
will be present to speak. The meeting
begins at 8 o clock.
Church Services Tonight. "The
Tear and Its Work" will be Rabbi
Wise's theme at Beth Isreal tonight at
8 o clock. The services tomorrow will
be at 10:30' o'clock. The religious
school session will be Sunday at 10
o'clock. Holiday services in celebra
tion of the Jewish new year will be
held Sunday night at 8 o clock and
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Parish Women to Give Dinner.
The women of St Philip Neri's parish
will serve a dinner at East Sixteenth
and Division streets from 11 A. M. to
2 P. M. next Sunday. .This is the
first social church event of the season
in the parish. Many similar affairs
will probably be staged during the
Institute to Hear Professor. Pro
fessor Albert T. Clay, professor of
Assyrlology and Babylonian literature
at Yale University, will lecture before
the Portland Society of the Archaeo
logical Institute of America in room A
of the Central Library at 8 o clock to
night The recent discoveries of Scrip
tural and religious texts In the li
braries of Ninevah, Nippur and Seppar,
and other places in the Euphrates Val
ley will be discussed.
St. Andrews Society Meets. St.
Andrews Society will hold the first
regular meeting of the season in the
Commercial Club at 6:30 tonight The
members have invited all Scotchmen
and their descendants to attend the
meeting and Implore the aid of their
patron saint for the Scotch now en
gaged In the European war. An at
tractive programme has been prepared.
Juvenile Wards Retaken. Lee
Philips, 3909 Sixty-third street South
east, and Ernest Beats, 1291 East
Taylor street, two boys who escaped
from the Detention Home, were ar
rested yesterday by Detective Smith
and will be sent back to the institu
Church Lectures Given Tonight.
An illustrated lecture on commer
cialized vice will be given at the High
land Congregational Church tonight
at 8 o'clock, by Mrs. E. Russell Jehu.
Miss Emma Lovett, superintendent of
rescue work, will also lecture tonight
at the Forty-flfth-Street Baptist
CrviL War Veteran Buried. John
Anderson, aged 76, residing four miles
west of Portland, was buried in Union
Cemetery, Cedar Mills, yesterday. He
served in the Union Army during the
Civil War. Rev. J. Richard Olson
officiated at the services, which were
attended by several pioneers and Grand
Army or the Republic veterans.
Continual Razor Thefts Reported.
Pickering & Co., 510 Northwest build
ing, complained to the police yesterday
that their offices have been entered
three times in the past few months
and was robbed again last night of 18
Mayor Albeb Speaks Today. Mayor
Albee will address the Portland Realty
Board at Its weekly luncheon in the
rooms of the Commercial Club at 12:16
today on "Optimism." George L. Engle
hart will act as chairman of the day.
Special music will be provided.
Thie Must Serve 180 Days. Carl
Hogeli was sentenced to the rockpile
for 180 days by Municipal Judge
Stevenson yesterday after he had found
Hogeli guilty of stealing a clock, brush
and a shirt from G. Young,. 229 Sec
ond street Hogeli is a carpenter.
All Contract Coupons issued by us
good until used. Davles Studio, Mor
rison, bet, 8d and 4th. No branches.
Meeting of the Woman's Equal
Rights League Friday, Sept 18, 8- P. M.
Imperial Hotel. You are invited. Adv.
Dr. L. H. Hamilton returned; Medical
ACTIVE BOARD WANTED
NORTHWEST OPPOSED TO DELAY
IJT EMPOWERING FEDERAL BODY.
Eastern Request for Procrastination
Decried by W. A. Drake Chance
In South, America Pointed.
The Northwest is wholly opposed to
the Eastern agitation that the Federal
Reserve Board's power be deferred, ac
cording to W. A. Drake, president of
the Portland Association of Credit Men,
who presided at the first monthly din
ner of the season for this organization
at the Multnomah Hotel Wednesday
pight. A canvass shows the Northwest
desires thatt his Board be given power
at once. Dr. Drake said.
The sentiment was discovered at the
request of the National Credit Asso
ciation, which had telegraphed Mr.
Drake for the opinion in this section.
Some parts of the East are said to fa
vor procrastination because of present
Possibilities of trade development
with South America occupied the dis
cission of the evening.
W. D. B. Dodson, trade commission
er of the Chamber of Commerce, was
the first speaker. He presented fig
ures relative to the possible trade with
the west coast of South America. The
trade of South America amounts to
$2,000,000,000 a year, $350,000,000 or
$400,000,000 of which is on the -west
coast, he pointed out Large amounts
of lumber, canned goods and flour are
being shipped from the Northwest to
the South American West coast, he
A. IT. Devers, who made a South
American tour two years ago, spoke.
W. A. MacRae, of the Bank of Cal
ifornia, explained in detail the method
of financing deals with South Amer
ica, through New York and London.
Ramon Escobar, Chilean Consul, told
of the resources of Chile and declared
that the dirsuption of European trade
made the Chileans anxious to estab
lish relations with American manu
facturers, particularly along the west
Militiamen Hold Sleeting.
The officers and noncommissioned
officers of the Eighth Company, Coast
Artillery Corps, Oregon National Guard,
Economy is assured for all who market exclusively at "the tig
store." Take advantage of our unlimited facilities to serve you
with what you want when you want it, and save for other
$3.00 California Sherry, Port or
Madeira Wines, Friday and
Saturday, including container,
per gallon $1.50
Note Lay in a supply of
these wines before the new war
tax goes into effect You will
need them for use in the
kitchen, and elsewhere.
In our Bakery Department
we will feature:
Roman meal bread lOd
Bran bread XO
Glutosao bread XOJ
(For kidney troubles).
50c large bottle of Bornham'a
Clam Bouillon made from East
ern hard-shell clams, packed in
glass, no tins, special. .. .40J
We advise special attention
to these imports, at no advance
Scotch Oatmeal, Crosse &
Blackwell's new goods. No ad
vance in price. Large tin.lO
Boneless Sardines, imported,
packed in finest oil. only.. 254
Peeled Muscat from Spain are
delicious. Try them in your
fruit salad. Large can... 354
ll . Va
2J90 STARK STr NJ
THIS company is author
ized by the State Su
. perintendent of hanks
to act as executor, adminis
trator, guardian, trustee, re
ceiver or in any capacity of
trust under the supervision
of the State Superintendent
of Banks. Investigate the
superiority of appointing a
trust company in any such
Title & Trust Company
Title & Trust Bldg.
Fourth near Stark.
held an informal meeting Wednesday,
in the College Room of the Hazelwood.
Those present were: Captain Robert W.
Collins, Lieutenant Frank W. Wright,
Sergeants C. Floer, Ray DeBurgh. J. S.
Hyatt, J.' M. McDonald. J. W. Lind,
Harry O. Neville and Corporals Charles
R. Allen, Milton Gevurtz and Albert
WI esendan ger.
FINAL LECTURE IS TODAY
Y. M. C. A. to Hear Last of Scries by
Dr. E. L. Honso, at Noon.
With the opening ot the Fall season,
the activities of the Young Men's
Christian Association are being taken
up with great interest by the secre
taries, teacners ana young men who
enjoy the privileges offered by the in
stitution. Yesterday noon a large number of
men and women heard the address de
livered by Dr. E. L. House, who spoke
on uuiraera and j-iestroyers or Health.
Today Dr. House's lecture will be on
"Jesus, the Conscious firwi nr cla
This is the last of this popular series
and will, it is expected, be largely at
tended. Women as well as men are
welcomed. The hour set la 12:15
On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock rr
Clarence True Wilson will speak in the
association auditorium. The event of
Monday night will be the opening of
the night school, which will be ob
served with special exercises. William
m. Laaa, president will preside. Presi
dent R. G French of the educational
department, and E. B. McNaughton will
give snort aoaresses.
Store Open Till 10 P. M. Saturday.
for Men and Women
Just in by express are the nobbiest new Balmacaan Coats
youH see in Portland. Beautiful new mixtures in grays,
browns, tans, greens and olives. Models and sizes for
men and women. And they're proving very popular- in
deed with the women who like the comfort and
roominess of a loose Coat. Really unusual values Ptl
See Special Display in Morrison Windows.
Steinbach & Co.
GUS KTJHN, Pres.
The Store of 100 Per Cent Service.
S. & H. Stamps Given.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
to our many friends and kind neighbors
for their kindness shown during our late
bereavement of our husband and father,
John P. Grady, September 7, at 874 Union
avenue. North. MRS. JOHN P. GRADY.
CECILIA L. GRADY.
MARY A. GRADY.
Adv. JOHN T. GRADY.
The necessary equipment for the Fall
school term is WATERMAN'S IDEAL
FOUNTAIN PEN. Made to fit every hsnd or
money refunded. At the best local stores.
ON MANICURE SETS
and a fine line from which to select
We Give "S. & H." Green
with cash purchases.
104 Fourth Street
Ladies and Misses9
The trend of Autumn and
Winter suit designs is fully
portrayed in the magnificent
array of choicest models now
being displayed in our shop.
A most varied collection, offering modes
that are Paris-inspired, being adaptations of
expensive foreign models.
"We are justly proud of these Suits and feel
that our patrons will appreciate the oppor
tunity to make their selection from such a
complete and exclusive stock.
Your Inspection Invited.
C. E. Holliday Co,
355 Alder Street, Cor. Park
Week before 'war vras de
Flared we received ; ship
ment of Croce Verde Olive oil.
It Is impossible sow to ship
foodstuffs from Italy and
Fronor. Prices are bound to
ko much His: her. Order your
2 Days' Grocery
, c X Q
r amODI I.Oin ncail r ivar, spcrisi, per .
Choice of may SOc Tea special, per package.... Q-
White California Beans. 4 pounds, special !2rr
Larsje H)se' Olives in quart Jars, special.... 3?
Imported ltallaa Sardines in olive oil, per can.. liC
California Port Wine, per Gal. $1.00
Canadian Clnb Rye, special, per quart 51. I t
Pure Burgundy Mine, special, per Kallon 75
California Bauterne Wine, special, per Kallon 81. OO
French or Italian Vermouth, per bottle 65c
Famous Marsala, Imported from Italy, per bottle Sl.OO
A RATA BROS.
09-71 Sixth Street, Two RIorks Off Washington Street.
Phone Main 4HI, A SS31.
Why drink water when you can get
the most popular beverag on the
SALEM BEER is brewed in one of the most modern
plants on the Pacifio Coast. It is aged in steel
glass-lined tanks. It is conveyed by modern pipe
line system direct to the bottle house, bottled under
pressure and therefore never comes in contract with
the air from the time it leaves the fermenting tank
until the bottle is opened by the consumer. The
consumer is absolutely assured a beer of ideal
effervescence, snap and purity.
A trial -will surely convince any one of the ex
cellence of Salem Bottled Beer.
The family trade of Portland is supplied by
the firm of
Telephone: BelL E. 287
379 EAST MORRISON STREET
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J. F. N. COLBUKN, Director.
Special Programme, 3 to 5, 6 to 8, 9:30 to 11:30.
Sunday. 6 to 8:30.
"Music with your meals" will have a new meaning- to you
after a dinner, an afternoon lunch or an after-the-theater
Confectionery and Restaurant.
Washington at Tenth.
D V ;i!:P;l:'S:' N
The SEWARD is a new. modern and
elegantly appointed hotel, possessing
one of the most besutlful corner lob
bies In the Northwest. Located at
10th and Alder at,., opposite Olds,
Wortman & Klnr's big department
store. In heart of retail and theater
district. Rates, $1 and up. Bus
meets all trains. "W" car also runs I
from Union Depot direct to HOTEL I
REWARD. W. M. SSWiKU, Pro,.
Firm that looked for a REPRE
SENTATIVE IN LATIN REPUB
LICS about four weeks ago, in the
German Publishing Co., is requested
to leave address at lOOVfe Front street.
E. F DAVIS,
St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
ICCHWAB PRINTING CO
KJBEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT
l24.5r STARK STREET
Only 3 More Nights
1 3th and Morrison
Evangelist St. John
-fcJr9i fs n m in af tr
Geary Strsel, above Union Squar
European Plan $1.50 a day np
American Plan $3.50 a dai oi
Hew steel and concrete (tractors. Third
addition of hundred rooms Just com
pleted. Every modern convenience.
Moderate rates. Center ot theatre and
retail district. On carunes transfer
ring ail over city. Electric omnibus
msats trains and steamers.