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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1914)
WOLVES ABE DRIVEN
FRd MANY DOORS
Associated Charities Clears
Way for Santa Claus, Who
L Fears Howling Brute.
PITIFUL CASES REPORTED
Charitable of Portland Respond
Heartily to Appeal, bat Demands
on Holiday Fund Increase,
r Car of Wood Is Gift.
COHTRIBtTIOXg TO THE)
CHRISTMAS BELIEF FCSD
or the: associated
Previously reported $781.97
M. C Mace 2.00
G. N. Strout ... 6.00
Williamson & Blied 5.00
Peoples Market & Grocery
Company . .j 10.00
J. E. Grebe 4.... 5.00
Besslnger & Company.... 12.00
Kelley Clarke Company . . 10.00
Donations of casta should be
aent to V. R. Manning. 411 Com
mercial Block, to R. S. Howard
at Ladd A Tllton's Bank, or to
Donations of clothing or sup
plies should be sent to The As
sociated Charities, 411 Commer
' Christmas Is not always a day of
pure joy. Santa Claus doesn't come
down the chimney -of a house when a
wolf Is at the door, unless he is accom
panied by a -generous person, who will
chase the wolf away long enough for
the gentle Christmas saint to slip up
the porch to the roof and down the
chimney with his stockingful of cheer.
Sometimes, even- when a charitable
person has driven away temporarily
the howling wolf of poverty and hun-
ger. unrlstmaa cannot be at best an
exceedingly happy day except through
tne tenderest consideration and help
fulness extended to those who are suf
fering from a keener pang than that
or Hunger or cold.
Such a home as this is one that comes
tinder the ministry of the Associated
Charities, and which; through the me
dium of its Christmas Relief Fund, Is
an opportunity for the generous of
Portland to dispense charity.
Opportunity 2S. Father DylMg, Chil
A man lies dying, after a long time
of Illness and helplessness. It seems
doubtful even that he will be with his
xamily until another Christmas Iay has
come. He has a wife and five children,
the oldest only 15 years old and the
youngest 5 years old. The family Is
nesmuie, ior its savings have gone in
the father's struggle to regain health
and life so that he might work to sup
port his flock. They are now practi
cally without clothing and food.
Opportunity 38. Father Seeks Work
A strong, willing workman, "a fine
type of Hungarian peasant, has been
walking the streets for weeks, seeking
vainly for employment. His family is
out of food supplies and the water has
teen turned off the house because he
has not enough money to pay the wa
ter rent. There- are four children in
the family, none old enough to work
even if work could be had. In a short
time, the father and mother look for
ward, rather hopelessly, to the prob
lem of still another little mouth to
feed and another little body to clothe.
Opportunity 30 Family May Lose Heme
The rent has been overdue for months
and the landlord has announced that
It will be necessary for him to order
the family out. In this home are a man
and his wife and two children. The
children are six and four years old. The
rent is only $8.50 a month, but the
father has been unable to get work for
a long time and now hasa not even
money to obtain the bare necessities of
life. Efforts must be made at once to
arrange for the payment of the rent
and to procure enough supplies to carry
the family along until work can be
found for the father.
Opportunity SI Wife and Child III.
"I don't want charity, but I do want
work," is the persistent plea of a man,
who has been driven in desperation to
seek relief at the Associated Charities.
Day after day he walks the streets and
day after day he comes hopefully to
the Associated Charities asking If
anything for his to do has been found.
His wife is desperately ilL She has
Just returned from the hospital, where
she was obliged to undergo a serious
operation and is unable to be out of
bed at all. The youngest boy, four
years old. is in the hospital now. suf
fering from pneumonia. There are
three other children and the family Is
In need of food and clothing.
The Christmas relief fund of the As
sociated Charities already Is being
used in the effort to meet the demands
for relief that are coming in with in
creasing numbers as the Winter ad
vances, and out of this fund such cases
as those mentioned are to be cared for,
so far as the fund will go.
Response Is Hearty.
Thus far the response of charitable
residents of Portland has been encour
aging. Food, clothing, supplies and
generous donations of money are com
ing in continually.
Herman Metzger notified the Associ
ated Charities yesterday that he would
send a carload of dry wood, and ar
rangements have been made for free
transportation of this contribution over
the Oregon Electric Among other do
nations of supplies P. J. Smith sent in
a bed and some clothing, the Philip
Hotel donated a supply of clothing, the
Arlington Club sent shoes and clothing
and a Mrs. Barnell provided carpets,
clothing and preserved fruit.
LAST LICENSE DAY HERE
Saloons Have Today to Ask for Re
newals of Permits.
Today is the last day of grace for
saloons that Intend to continue in
business after December 31 to file ap
plications for renewal of license for
11. All holders of licenser who do
not have their applications tor re
newal in the hands of the license col
lection bureau or in the mail before
6 o'clock this afternoon will lose their
While it Is estimated by License Col
lector Hutchinson that about 5 saloons
will go out of business January 1 he
xpects practically all of the present
saloons to file applications for re
newals. . This can be done because no
money has to be paid in until the
latter part ofj December.
TTTB MORXTyq OttKGOXTAy. - TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1. lf)14. -
STAB OF "THE BIRD OF PARADISE" WHO WILL AUCTION DOLLS
iuu, viHAitlXX .TUB AX AT THE BENSON HOTEL.
HntMMlhi U- Is
- k - r4P ; v,jw
STAR TO SELL DOLLS
Lenore Ulrich, of "The Bird of
CHARITY BARGAIN , TODAY
Helllg Theater Actress to Preside at
Golng-Gone" Counter at Ben
son Hotel for SDuts to Aid
Poor Eevrpies Autographed.
While members of her comnsnv
hundreds of souvenir kewple dolls at
the Benson Hotel at noon today Miss
Lenore Ulrich. star of the "Bird of Par
adise," will auction off one of the fin
est of the dolls in her bis collection
and the proceeds of the sales will go
to the Muts for use in the charity re
lief work they are conducting. -
Miss Ulrich will be assisted in the
auction by J. B. Werlein. Mayor Al
bee will introduce Miss Ulrich and
make a short address in behalf of Doll
day. . .
For the auction' Miss ITlrtnVi h
lected a beautiful walkine. talking
French doll. 26 inches tall, and nn
beautifully gowned. As an additional
stimulus to the bidding she will enter
tain the purchasers as her guest at a
box party at the night show at the
Heillg. Miss Ulrich will write her auto
graph on every one ot the kewpie dolls
purchased from the members of the
company, as a souvenir.
The work at the headauartera r iv..
muts meanwhile goes on ih increasing
broadness. Donations have been .prom
ised in larger quantities than the work
ers can collect at once, and the call is
tor volunteers with automobiles to help
in gathering the supplies and in dis
tributing them among tne poor.'
Groceries are especially needed at
this time, as the Muts have taken
charge of a number of ccses where food
is tne principal need.
ASSAULT CHARGE FAILS
Evidence Snows That John B. God-
dard Acted to Save Commission.
John B. Goddard. freauentlv In court
recently, went scathless yesterday
when an assault and battery charge
against him failed. He was discharged
by Judge Bell In District Court, it ap
pearing that the accusing witness,
Frank TCmsmtii! nn t m . , ,1 i
the alleged assault and- was himself
somewhat in the wrong.
Goddard was said td have mauled
iMuauuei aoout tne office when the lat
ter seized papers from Goddard's band
and sought to rush from the place
wituouL payment or a commission al
leged to be due on a deal put through
bv Goddard. Tha iTfiant i v.
- w.wuua.,,. call UC
sought to recover his papers only and
v. nn iivd cimaauei due merely
held him to prevent his escape.
WitneSSCR til thA Bffraif eot it- .
not a sanguinary encounter and that
injury was suirered Dy either party.
The hat of Emanuel was lost. Jt was
Contended TlV th. Amfanmt t I. . . I
complaining witness sought merely to
cavac mii i vjl toe commission said
to be due and that he made no charge
of assault and hnttarv until hi.
. - j uub.. . o uan.
w o-iLuu ica aay lOiro w
ius; uie encounter.
AMERICAN M BOOSTED
CITY SCHOOLS TO BCY PRODUC
TIOJVS OK ARTISTS AT HOME.
DUTCH MAIDEN SURREXDEBS
i TO CUPID.
' i "
Photo by BushnelL
Mrs. Anna Plnyaar Clans.
Assisted by. Cupid and inspired
by a comely maiden. Martin
Claus persuaded his sweetheart,
Anna Fluyaar, of 413S Seventy
sixth street. Southeast, to ac
company him to Stafford, Or
egon, Saturday afternoon, where
they were married.
The wedding took place at the
home of relatives of the bride
groom and the ceremony was
, performed by the Rev. John J.
Lucas. The bride was one of
the beautiful Dutch girls who.
attired in costumes of their na
tive land, aided the gathering of
funds for the Belgian refugees
Mr. Claus is a bookkeeper at
the Scandinavian-American Bask"
and has made many friends in
bis three years' residence in
Portland. He was born in Hol
land. The bride came from Hol
land five years ago. They are
now at home at 86S Minnesota
Course Outlined by The OrcxonUs Is
Adopted at Meeting of Com
mittee at Library.
American art for American nubile
school students was the sentiment of
the school beautiful committee In ses
sion at the Public Library yesterday
after the committee had unanimously
indorsed a plan to purchase paintings,
prints, statues and other works of art
from American artists wherever pos
sible, instead of from .European mai
lers, as in tne past.
The action was suasrested bv an
torial which appeared in The Sunday
Oregonian, in which the present status
of art in Europe was taken as proof
mat American school students should
be educated in American art.
"The-editorial which appeared in The
Sunday Oregonian expresses my view
exactly," declared Mrs. J. C. Elliott
King, chairman, in addressing the
meeting. "The time is passing when
the school children of this country are
being taught to believe that this Na
tion has no art and that everything
must be Imported .from Europe."
Mrs. King's expression appeared to
be the Bentiment of the gathering and
as a result a campaign for the rais
ing of funds to purchase paintings,
drawings and prints was launched. Ex
hibits will be offered in the various
public schools In conjunction with en
tertainments to which small admission
will be charged for the benefit of the
The first of these exhibits will be
held this week at the Ainsworth School.
Ic will be under the direction of Prin
cipal Lillian Thomas and will continue
three days. There will be an enter
tainment to work up an Interest in the
The planting of rose bushes on the
various school properties also was
RING ALLEGED MISSILE
Another Man, Also Seeking Divorce,
Says Stove Idd "Was Thrown.
Gertrude Hill pulled her wedding
ring from her finger and threw it at
Willis G. Hill five days after their
wedding at Vancouver. Wash., June 10.
according to the husband, who began
suit for divorce yesterday. She Is said
to have- accompanied the action with
the remark: "Get out of here, I- am
through with you.V
Earl La. Nelsen sued Mina Nelsen be
cause he said she .once threw a stove,
lid at him and was guilty of other
misconduct. Mabel C Wilmot sued A.
B.- Wilmot for divorce, clleging he
neglects her for the society of other
A divorce was granted to Edith F.
Standefer from James L. Standfer bv
Judge McGinn. The custody of three
children and S75 monthly for their
support, were awarded ro. the plaintiff.
Judge Gatens issued an order direct
ing Mary J. Young to return her two
children to this state from Iowa within
20 days, she having removed them from
Oregon in defiance of the terms of a
recent divoree decree granted to her
which provided that the husband should
have the privilege of seeing the chil
dren at Intervals.
POSTAL SAVINGS DUE HERE
Deposits - From 8 1 Oregon Offices
Are for Federal Reserve Banks.
Postal savings from 81 postofflces in
Oregon will be forwarded to Portland
and deposited in the local postal sav
ings bank, to be redeposited in the Fed
eral reserve banks of the city, in ac
cord with the provisions of the new
The Portland postal saviDgs bank has
TS00 depositors, and the new arrange-
Santa Claus Will Be in Toyland Today From 2 Until 5 P. M
Bring the Little Folks in and Let Them Have a Chat With Hint-All Welcoml
Olds,Worttndn & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods ..
Pacific Phone Marshall 480Q Home Phone A 6231
Great OlearinginWtnen's Apparel
All Women's Suits. Coats, Gowns, Dresses, Waists, Furs, Etc., Reduced in Price
Sale of Silk Petticoats
3 Splendid Bargains
Second Floor A timely offering of women's Silk
Petticoats that will attract many buyers today.'
Lot 1 $2.98
Second Floor-These excellent Petticoats are made
or excellent erade sillr Tnoceolino .t,i.j :n. jj.j
o wWWUMUU, objricu WXIU III
bands and narrow or wide accordion Q QO a
plaited flounces also in jersey tops PW0 ' IjJ
Lot 2 $3.98
Second Floor Many in this assortment are designed
especially to be worn with evening dresses. Ma
terials are crepe de chines and messa- (PQ O O
lines. Novelty flounces. Special at ?OsJyO
Lot 3 $5.00
Second Floor-Scores of pretty and effective styles
1T1 This Irtr -l m c-V. J .4-1. 1 ti . .
iace ruxxies, piaitmgs and
llouncings. Crepe de chine, messaline CPfi? SiSa
and silk jersey tops. Special price VlU
r . -
7e -r out.
I fi ll! IS a
A Gift She Will
Shown in black, white and all the
popular colors. Exceptionally good
quality. Buy Christmas Hose now!
Second Floor All - women's and
children's Furs enter the Clearing
Sale at substantial reduction Full
line of the celebrated "Bevillon
Freres Fine Furs" the world's
standard of quality and style. Pur
chases made now will be held and
delivered at any time desired.
Choose while stocks are complete.
Double Stamps Today
in l oy Dept., 4th Floor
To emphasize the advantages of BUYING EARLY we will give Double
totamps all day today with cash purchases made in the Toy Do
partment. This includes Wheel Goods, Pictures, Athletic Goods, Toys,
Dolls, Games, Animals and Christmas novelties of all kinds. Shop early
Greatest Sale of
"Sweet HearV Dolls
Bargain Circle, 1st Floor
One of the most attractive and most popular
makes of dolls on the market. The "Sweet Heart"
full papier mache body and bisque head. Full
jointed, with long, curly hair, moving eyes, eye
lashes, etc. Don't neglect this opportunity to se
cure one or more of these beautiful Dollies, for
the price we have put upon them for Tuesday's
selling is far below what they are actually worth.
These prices are for today only," so come early.
Standard $1.25 Sweet Heart Dolls, spe-yo
cial today only at the low price of
Standard $1.75 Sweet Heart Dolls. spe-QO-,
cial today only at tha low-price of'-'vSC
The Store of tha
Pretty iace -Trimmed
Dainty Armenian lace edge with
plain center or with corner em
broidered effect. The prices
range now from 35 to $1.25
Children's Handkerchiefs in hun
dreda of dainty styles and pat
terns in the sale at lowest prices.
Christmas Handkerchief Event
!natounTrr"Th0,QSf,nds of dozens beautiful snowy Handkerchiefs for women and children
7!?,? I Ir.ench, Insh, and Madeira hand-embroidered Handkerchiefs in countless designs also
been aU5 Li ereh!ets a a ranSe P"y patterns. Additional space has
stv, IV 1 - dePrtnt " order th3 1 may have an opportunity to see the many different
wlf V?a choosVeUreIy: Make ut yonr Handkerchief- list and bring it to the store with you
youll find our showing the most complete m Portland. S. & H. Trading Stamps given with purchases.
Women's Pure Linen Handker
chiefs with i8, y2 and 1-inch
hems., All white or with colored
initial. Great variety of dainty
patterns to select from and the
prices range from 25 to $2.50
Women's Madeira Handkerchiefs
in beautiful eyelet work for
which these islands are noted.
Many pretty patterns. Prices on
these ranga from 50 to JJ52.00
Women's fine sheer Linen Hand
kerchiefs in the newest designs.
Long style initials on crepe de
ehine. Dozens of patterns to
select from and priced for to
day, each, 35 or three for $1
Fine sheer linen Kerchiefs, band
embroidered by Spanish peasants.
These are of very fine quality.
Shown in variety of patterns. The
prices range, each, 35 to 75C
Fine Sheer Lin.
Very fine sheer Irish Linen
Handkerchiefs for women with
the new long initial embroidered
in corner. Priced at Only 25
Armenian Lace Edge on fine Irish
Linen, 35, or three for $1.00
Dainty Kerchiefs With
Sheer Irish Linen Kerchiefs with
colored initial and whipped edsre
to match, 35, three for $1.00
Women's two - inch - broad hem
Kerchiefs, floral initial, 3 for $1
v ' aa. Vlircgj CfJCXiiXUs UULHO Mt7
Hillsdale Asparagus Tips, 15V can, dz. $1,75
Qneen Lil Sliced Pine
apple, 3 cans 5Uc
Queen Lil "Hawaiian
extras, 3 cans 50;
the dozen at S1.95
Half-Ponnd Cans Cocoa
Bake r's, Hershey's,
Ghirardelli's or Run-
kel's Supply your need.
45c Baker's Unsweetened Chocolate, lh.
Small White Beans, 4 lbs., 25; Reiner's Mar
malade, 2 jars for 45. We give S. & IL Stamps.
'M. J. B. Coffee Week'
5-pound can M. J. B. Coffee, sale price $1.50
3-pound can M. J. B. Coffee, $1 ; single lb. 35
u.b up xu tuts UCW AU-llgUl J. in a '11 a. JUOOr.
Nickel-Plated and Copper Ware
Serviceable and Lasting Gifts
$1.75 Nickel Coaster Sets $1.40
$7.50 Nickel Relish Sets SG.OO
$8.50 CoDDer Relish Sts 55n
$6 Nickel Chafing Dish $4.80
$12.50 Copper Chafing Dish $10
$16.25 Copper Chafing Dish $13
$18 Nickel Sherbet Sets $14.40
$12.65 Nickel Egg Sets $10.12
$21.75 Copper Breakfast Sets on
special sale for low price $17.40
.ou uocttau sets now $7.KU
$8.00 Liquor Sets, special, $6.4 O
$5.00 Nickel, Brass or Coppr
Ktttle and Stand for only $4.00
$?i50 Nickel Coffee Urns $9.20
$11.75 Nickel Coffee Urns $9.40
$11.50 Copper Coffee Urns $9.20
$3.50 Nickel Cruet Sets at $2.80
$4.50 Copper Cruet Sets at S3.60
o.ui racKei cruet Sets at 3v4.a(J
JNicKel or (Jotmer Tost
T?.9fl? TritiA CO Oafh
manual oaie oi vm triass wow in Progress Choose the Gift Pieces Now for Much Less.
Annual Holiday Sale of French, German and Enriish Dinnprwara ti v.-.j
x - -v-w. vu liiuu xjoor.
Don't Fail to Take Advantage of the Great Sale of Bedding on the Third Floor
ment will Increase this number by 6000.
The Portland PostolTice already han
dles the surplus funds ot 800 postofflces
In Oregon and 76 in Washington, and
this, with its own funds, makes it nec
essary -for Postmaster Myers to be un
der $170,000 bonds. John Burks, Treas
urer of the United States, Is bonded for
POLICE INSPECTOR NAMED
Sergeant. Harms to Become City
First Lieutenant in Department.
Police Sergeant Harms will be ap
pointed lieutenant of police and Bat
talion Chief Stevens, of the . Fire
Bureau, will be appointed fire marshal
by Mayor Albee today. Announcement
to this effect was made vesterdav.
Ordinances providing for the two posi
tions go into eirect today.
Sergeant Harms will be Portland's
first police lieutenant.. The duties
are virtually the same as those of a
police Inspector in some of the Eastern
Police Departments. The salary is
1130 a month.
Battalion Chief Stevens will nerform
the duties of fire marshal, together
wit his regular work.- His appoint
ment will be tne first step in the in
auguration of a campaign to eliminate
fire dangers. "He will serve without
The attractive programme in
the Arcadian Garden this week
daring luncheon, dinner and
after-theater snpper consists of :
"Mr. and Mrs. Carville
Miss Helen, Foster
Miss Delight and Billy
Fashion Plate Dancers.
Miss Lillian Gibson.
Reserve tables for New Year's Eve celebration at once.
H. C. Bowers, Mgr.
L. P." Reynolds, Asst. Mgr.
m.ifi nr 1 1 ip urn i iii im in m .tm
Why don't you make waffles
It's hard to think of anything more appetiz-
ing than crisp, golden browned waffles with
Mailt Horn. "Swmt" Horn. Indeed
Try the recipe below. Order Log;
Cabin syrup now. Always sold in
log-cabin-shaped cans .your
guaranteeof the most delicately
flavored and purest oi syrup.
The Towle Maple
jm r , ;
J Waffles I
I Three eggs beaten light, B
ft one pint sweet milk. 8 H
L ... H
A3 teaspoons baking powder, jjg
'm S cups flour,. 1-8 cup of' 3
0 I melted butter. If batter
w is too stiff, add little more
f R milk. Fill irons 2-3 fulL