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TTTTJ MORXTN'G OREGOXTAN. SATURDAY, JTHT 3, 1913.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing; Illtor Main TOTO. A 6095
City Editor . ,. : . . Main 7O70. A 8tr'J5
Sunday Editor Main "070. A 60M3
.Advertising Department Main 7070. A ttlU5
City Circulation Main 7O70. A SOUS
Composing-room Main 7070. A Mono
Printing-room Main 7070. A )0
Superintendent Building . .Main 7070. A 6UV6
BASEBALL Recreation' Park, Twenty
fourth and Vaughn streets, 2 P. It.
OAKS AMUSEMENT rAKK Varied amuse
ment, concert band and vaudeville.
PANTAGES (Alder and Broadway) Per
formance! 2:30. 7:3U and 9:80 P. M.
EMPRESS (Broadway and Tamhlll) Per
formancea 2:30. 7:30 and 9:15 P. M.
Motion Picture Themterm.
CRPHEUM Broadway and Stark.
NATIONAL Park. Weat Park, near Wlih-
PEOPLES Weil Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Broadway and Wash
ington. Advertisements Intended for City News
In Brief columns In Bunday'e Issue must be
banded In The Oregonlan business office by
5 o'clock Saturday evening.
iOREOOMAj AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following agenta.
tat Tour Summer resort, to secure the
most prompt delivery of The Ore-
Hv' " v" 1 - . - '
mail aro payable In advance:
Bar View E. V. Jackson
t Bay City, Or E. p. Mart-nrr
I Bay Orcam W. K. Johnson
I Brighton. Or W. A. Rowe
Canon, WsA Carl B. Smith
Mineral bptings Hotel
Hn. H. E. Burkhead
KmI or L W 1'roiM!
Garibaldi O. C. Ellis
J Gearhart, Or Mrs. M. S. Elliott
4 Long Beach J. H. Strauhal
Lake Lytle Frank Miller
7 Manhattan Frank Miller
Manxanita E. J. Kardrll
Mrs; lor, Or Louis Cohen
Nahcotta. Wash . 11. Brown
J Newport. Or O. F. Herron
Oeesin Park I. E. Bercher
t Ocean Lake Park O. L. Comstwk
Rorksway Beach Frank Miller
J Saltair Frank Miller
4 Seaside, Or Clark Stratton
Sea view. With.
7 Constable a Putnam
4 Twin Rocks Frank Miller
Tillamook. Or J. 8. Lamar
j Wheeler. Or R, H. Cndy
I WUhoit Springs F. W. McLaren
Use of Park Lights TJroed. Use
of the lighting system about the res
ervoirs in Mount Tabor Park is urged
by residents of the district. In a com
munication sent to the Council yester
day by R. G. Littler, it is declared that
a lighting system was installed some
time ago at a cost of $1800. The system,
it is complained, is not used now even
In the Summer time. The petition re
quests that the city forthwith provide
for the lighting of the system for the
artistic effect possible.
Charles Schmid is to insist upon the
city removing the east wall of a fire
station at Sixteenth and Washington
street because the wall extends .97 of a
loot onto his property. Notice to this
effect was sent to the City Council yes
terday. The city has not decided what
to do. Surveys as made recently show
that the nrehouse wall is on Mr.
Schmid's property. He intends to erect
a building on the ground.
Fourth op July at Tatloe-St. M. E.
Church. This patriotic occasion will
be observed by the members of this
church on Sunday morning at 10:15
A. M. at their usual out-door service in
front of its locked doors. Addresses
will be made by ex-Congressman M. C.
George and J. A. Pearl, and "The Star
Spangled Banner" will be sung by Miss
Harriett Leach. All attending this
service are requested to wear flags.
Rationalist Meeting Arranged.
"The Development of Reason in the
Child" will be the subject of the lecture
to be delivered on tomorrow night in
the Public Library hall by Sam 'Atkin
son. This is the second in the series
on natural education. Questions will
be courteously answered at the close.
The meeting is called under the au
spices of the Portland Rationalist As
sociation. Go to Mount Shasta With Mazavas.
All persons interested in outdoor
life are invited to join the Mazamas
on annual outing and climb of Mount
Shasta. Registration can be made at
Mazama headquarters, 213 Northwest
ern Bank building, to and including
July 6. This is a very attractive, in
expensive trip, and can be made con
veniently en route to California exposi
Eastern Teacher to Talk. Miss
Virginia Arnold, former teacher in the
public schools of Washington. L. G.
will give an address at the regular
meeting of the Oregon Single Tax As
sociation to be held In Room H, Central
Library, tonight at 8 o'clock. Miss
Arnold will take as her subject, "The
Most Urgent Needs in the Home of To
day." Mrs. Lor a C. Little will give
Special Services Set. Special In
dependence day services will be held at
..the Salvation Army hall. 243 Ash street.
f t ii a. m. j ana s i'. M. At
'-he evening service Mrs. Elizabeth
rjehu of the Pacific Coast Rescue and
.Protective Society will speak on the
subject "Independence." Appropriate
music win De provmea by the Corps No.
1, Songsters Brigade. The public is in
vited. Juke Postal Receipts S91.442. Postal
receipts at the Portland Postoffice for
June were J91.442.32, a decrease of
8992.09 from June, 1914. This announce
ment was made by Postmaster Myers
munway alter tne dooks for the month
had been balanced. This decrease is
only l.s per cent, and is the best show
ing made in any month in 1915.
Firecracker Displat Causes Arrest.
ror displaying a huge pile of fire
crackers at his place of business, at
86 Second street, in violation of the
city ordinance prohibiting the disnlav
and sale of fireworks, Wong Gow was
arrested yesterday by Patrolman Cason
ana j? ire .Marshal Stevens.
Picnics on the River Oregon City
i .nonaay juiy o. Leate Taylor
street dock s:su A. M. and 4 P. M.
Boat stops at Oak Grove. Cedar Island
and Magones Park. Last trip leaves
Oregon City 6 P. M. Phone Main 40.
Round trip, 40c. Adv.
AuTOMOBnjSTs. Spend the Fourth at
Tilamook Beaches or . mountain trout
streams. Coast road through Grand
Ronde is now dry and in good condi
tion for Summer travel. Adv.
"Independence Dat" and "New
Thoughts on Patriotism and Liberty"
will be Dr. Baum's topics Sunday at
Calvary Presbyterian Church, 11th and
Retail store location for rent.
Reasonable rate. Heart of business
district. S 890, Oregonlan. Adv.
Do Not miss the scenic delights of
the Barlow road to Mount Hood. Rho
dodendrons in full bloom. Adv.
W. O. W. Picnic, Crystal Lake. July 4.
exhibition drills, dancing, ball game.
Spend your Fourth at Mount Hood,
by way of Barlow read. Adv.
Dr. Cutilipp now 853 Morgan bldg.
Dr. Harris, dentist, has returned.
Dr. A. A. AcsnxND has returned,
phone M. 4047. Adv.
Columbia Park Celebration Set.
Preparations for the Columbia Park
Independence day celebration next Mon
day have been completed. It will be
under the auspices of the Protestant
churches of the Peninsula and St. Johns,
and the arrangements were made by a
committee of 30 representatives from
these churches, with C. A. Datson as
chairman. George Dearlove, chairman of
the parade committee, reports that the
parade, which will start at 10:30. A. M-.
will Include many competitive floats.
Prizes will be given for the best dis
plays in the parade, which includes
floats by the churches, lodges and
civic organizations, drills by the cradle
rolls, primary and boys' and girls
classes. The parade will be led by the
drum corps of the Sons of Veterans.
Luncheon will be enjoyed in the park
after the parade, and the exercises will
be held at 2 P. M. Governor Withy
rombe will deliver an address. Miss
Margaret Nelson will recite the Declara
tion of Independence. Children from
the Portsmouth and Sunday schools will
sing. McKlroy's band will give a con
cert. A field meet under the charge
of the park -directors will take up the
remainder of the afternoon.
alumni Association Initiates. The
Sacred Heart School in Benedictine
Heghts initiated the following Tues
day night at a meeting held at Gregory
Hall: Frances Wager, Anna Furrer.
Frances McGill. Frances Baser, Clara
Lehman. Klizabeth Schneider. Bernard
Reverman. Casper Warmuth, Kmil
Goldman. Joseph Schwietzer, Octave
DeCuman. Helen Meagher. Llllls
Powers, Teresa Cassldy and Magdelene
Mergens. Charles Lair and Joseph Senti
presided Jointly. The commercial gradu
ates enjoyed a trip to Mount Angel
during the week. They visited the
academy building and grounds. In this
party were Misses Margaret FrledhofT.
Marie Weber. Carrie. Sechtem. Mary
Gilroy. Tbeckla Becker. Klizabeth
Schneider. Eleanor Regnor and Clara
D. M. Donaugh Recovers. D. M.
Donaugh.. formerly an attorney' of thia
city and resident of Sellwood, is re
covering his health at his home at
Bairdsdale Station, on the Troutdale
electric railway. When Mr. Donaugh
went there he had little hope of re
covery, and his friends and physician
had none at all. He had employed
skilled physicians and traveled widely,
but received no benefit, and as a last
hope Mr. Donaugh went on his little
ranch near Fairview, and in about
three years, sunshine and the out-of-doors
have effected a complete trans
formation in his condition. Mr. Donaugh
was an early teacher in the first Port
land high school and then entered the
practice of law.
18 Takb Citt Teachers' Tests. The
city teachers' examinations given at
the Lincoln High School the nast three
days were completed yesterday. Only
is applicants took the test. This is the
last time that teachers' examinations
will be given by the city, the board
having decided that the work could be
Just as well taken care of by the state
examinations and a duplication of work
thus prevented. The state examina
tions which are in progress at Wash
ington High School will be completed
Church to Honor Missionary. On Sun
day at 3:30 o'clock, a commission serv
ice for Miss Marie Elizabeth Church
will be held in Centenary Methodist
Church. Miss Church recently was ap
pointed a missionary' to Corea and
will so under the auspices of the Wo
men's Foreign Missionary Society of
tne Drancn oi wnich Mrs. Thomas W,
Lane is in charge. Miss Church la wll.
known and popular as a high school
teacner. tone will sail from Kan Fran
Cisco with several other missionaries
on July 31.
Reduce the High Cost or Lmo.
Choice shoulder roast of veal 15c lb.;
breast of veal. 12c lb.; whole or half
leg of veal. 15c lb.; loin roast of veal
17c lb.; veal cutlets, 15c lb.; milk-fed
Spring lamb, fore quarters, 20c lb.:
hind quarters. 25c lb.: lea: of nnrlc ite
lb.; shoulder of pork, 15c lb.; loin's of
pom, isc id.; lard, fives, 65c; tens. $1.25.
Open Monday until 10 A. M. George
L. Parker. 149 First street, between
Morrison and Alder streets. rhones'
Main 989 and A 1489. Adv.
John Heai.et Dies. John Healey.
aged 70. died Thursday at his homo a7
Weidler street. He Is survived by his
wiaow, jars. Marrary A. Healev. and
was the father of Joseph T., J. Frank
neaiey, Jin Ella Kissel and Mr.
Agnes Foster. Mr. Healey was an old
resident of the city. Funeral services
will be held today at 8:30 from the
residence and tne Holy Rosary Church
East Third and Clackamas streets.
Firecracker Arrbsts Ordered
irouuie is in store for boys who shoot
firecrackers on July Fourth. Word was
received yesterday by Mayor Albee that
firecrackers are being sold to boys In
Milwaukie and other towns near Port
land and that they 'are being brought
to Portland. Instructions have been
given to the police to arrest all per
sons shooting firecrackers within the
Old Fine Remittance Recorded. On
March 15 of thia year. Glenn E. Hoover
was fined J10 for contempt of court by
Judge Davis. The fine was remitted.
Yesterday the court order was signed
and the proceeding made of record.
Hoover is the Seattle attorney who ap
peared in defense of Socialistic agita
tors and other disturbers of the peace.
William Pope's Will Filed. The
will of the late William Henry Pope,
a former Columbia River pilot, was filed
for probate yesterday in the office of
the County Clerk. The will was ex
ecuted June 2, 1915. and Mr. Pope died
June 9. The estate, the amount of
which is not named, is left to the
widow. Mrs. Sarah A. Pope.
8112 Inheritance Tax Paid. A state
inheritance tax of $112.22 was paid yes
terday to the County Treasurer by Mrs
Josephine M. Miller. She Is the widow
and residuary legatee of the late Joseph
Martin Miller, who died April 4 1914
The estate amounted to 120.880. 'Eight
children were granted 85 bequests each
by the terms of the will.
Murder Hearing Set. Mrs. Bessie
Fowle and her daughter. Harriett
Fowle, were arraigned in the criminal
court yesterday upon a charge of
murder in the second degree. The case
waa set for a hearing July 8. The
women are charged with causing the
death of an illegitimate babe born to
Excursions to Cascade Locks. The
steamer Bailey Gatzert will make the
Cascade Locks excursion trip both Sun
day and Monday. July 4 and 6. $1 round
trip. Leaves Alder-street dock SAM
Arrives back 6:45 P. M. Phone Main
14. A 6112. Adv.
First Presbtterian Church, corner
Twelfth and Alder streets. Rev. John
"ou, ii. u.. win preach at 10:30
A. M. on "America's World Vocation."
At 7:45 P. M.. on "Is Federation of
Nations and Universal Brotherhood a
Possibility V Adv.
Hear the great patriotic address
at the First Methodist Church Sunday
night at 8 o'clock. "The United States
in the Family, of Nations." Dr R N
Avison is the speaker. Miss Loveland.
the popular soprano, will sing. Adv.
Woman's Press Club Hosts. The
Woman's State Press Club will have
the use of the Portland Press Club
rooms tonight to extend hospitalities
to the Brooklyn Eagle excursionists
who will be guests in Portland today.
Welsh Picnic. The Welsh people
of Portland and Beaver Creek will have
a picnic at Gladstone Park next Mon
day. All are Invited.
Sparklers for the Sane Fourth,
Fireworks for out-of-town celebrations.
Andrew Kan. 848 Morrison Adv.
Summer Dancing tonight. Cotillion
hall: delightfully cool; 14th, off Wash
Dr. A. Laidlaw. dentist, has returned
to his office 804-5 Selling bldg. Adv.
Dr. James -W. Rosenf-eld has re
turned. 1209-10 Selling bldg. Adv.
Dr. Walter V. Spencer hag returned
905 Electric bldg. Adv.
The Store of 100 Per Cent Service.
Our July Clearance
of seasonable clothes for men and
young men clothes produced by
such famous manufacturers as
The House of
now being: sacrificed as per the
prices here indicated, commands
See them today.
$30.00 Men's and Young mno
Men's Suits now vpaWi3
$23.00 Men's and Young: (tj-j A
Men's Suits now p I Yi
$20.00 Men's and Young m -
Men's Suits now; p JL O
Men's Palm Beach Suits tf Q
now at only ip
$7.50 Panamas now S3.S5
$5.00 Panamas now $4.35
$3.00 Brook & Beaver Straws $2.13
Men's $2.00 Shirts now $1.43. Special Values in Men's Bathing Suit at only
$2.13. Children's Wash SuiU at only $1.35. $10.00 Women's and. Misses' Outing
CoaU only $1.83. Men's Ralston Oxfords, $5.00 grade at $1.35. Hundreds of
other bargain. Come.
S. & H. Green
(ins Ka ha. frs-a.
in Boys' Dept.
Stcinbach & Co.
PRESIDENT SENDS THANKS
Indorsement of Policy by Catholic
M. J. Mailer, of Portland, has re
ceived a letter from J. T. Tumulty, sec
retary to President Wilson, thanking;
him for a resolution adopted by the
Catholic Order of Foresters, of which
Mr. Malley is past state chief ranfrer,
indorsing the President's attitude In the
European war situation. The letter
"My dear Mr. Malley: The President
has asked me to thank you most hearti
ly for your kind message of June 10,
and to assure you of his deep apprecia
tion of this generous expression of con
fidence. Sincerely yours. J. T. Tumulty.
Secretary to the President."
the censors In the theater. This In
volves much effort. It Is the plan
now to have all film exchanges take
their films to the municipal theater
and have them run off by a municipal
operator. It is intended to have view
ers on hand dally from :!0 A. M. to
noon and from 1 P. M. until S P. M.
If the plan a-ors through the Hoard
proposes to rhurr. ?5 i-Mit a film.
which. It la aald. will defray all ex
penses and leav a surplus.
Colonel Illetlirn Han Mljrlu I tally.
8EATTLK. Wash.. July S Colonel
Alden J. Blelhen. editor of the Seattle
Times, la holdlnc his own today, having-
rallied yesterday. Ills condition
Is f-r t T ) I. hnvmr.
POWERS SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
BUY NOW T0SAVE MONEY
Money saved is money made, and
one of the easiest and surest ways of
makins; it these days is to buy the
new suit, or any furnishlnir jrood
needed, at the removal sale of the old
reliable Brownsville Woolen Mill
Store, on the corner of Third and
Stark streets. A first-class pure-wool
Summer suit worth $20 is now being
sold for 10. Adv.
Cascade Locks; round trip tl. Spe
cial trip Monday, July 6. Leave Washington-street
dock 9 A. M. Keturn 5:30
P. M. The new steamer Georcrlana is
especially built for excursion purposes.
Municipal Theater Planned.
A municipal movlnit picture theater
where all films can be viewed by a
board of censors at any time during
the day Is the latest plan of the Mo
tion Picture Censorship Board. It
has been decided to ask the Council
for authority to establish such a the
ater at the City Hall or elsewhere.
At present - pictures are viewed by
CHAIRS TO BECAME.
School for the Adult Blind.
11th and Davis.
For particulars call J. F. Meyer.
Pbons Main &4S.
Set of Three Yellow yjl
Mixing Bowls for. .
a n - i Saaaa
Here Is a timely mlxlnir bowl special for after four Saturday.
A snt of three yellow mixing bowls of heavy, aervlceable ware,
white banded on the outside. Three sixes 14 plnla. I quarts and
3'n quarts. All nentlv pm ked In separate rnrlon. Only 200 Sets
to sell. K KT TO I I TOM Kit.
tit IMIOMC OH. f. o. I. OltlKH.. I):LIVERIK5.
S 0 Worth of Furniture S 4x00 Cash $1.00 WeeV
S 75 Worth of Furniture $ 7.50 Cash SI .50 Week
$100 Worth of Furniture $10.00 Cash $2.00 Week
$125 Worth of Furniture S12.S0 Caah $2.25 Week
$150 Worth of Furniture 515.00 Caah $2.50 Week
$200 Worth of Furniture $20.00 Cash $3.00 Week
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VXUMIH I J
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY I
"ALEXANDER RESISTS TEMPTATION"
No. 8 of a Series.
Our young hero stands in doubt,
His appetite some candy craves.
"To buy some sweets, or go without?"
Strong purpose wins; the dime he saves.
Sometime YOU have got to learn that success means giving up
a few things in order to be able to enjoy better things later on.
You never saw anybody gain any real good by having everything
he wanted. A "whim" which costs a small coin to gratify is a
good thing to subdue. A growing savings account, made up of
trophies of that kind of victories, is almost a written guarantee of
big success in the future. Anyway, Thrifty Alexander found it
so, and if you go along with him, you will surely be repaid, many
times over, for all the sacrifices you make.
Poster Stamp No. 9 will be released today.
Home, A 6281
We Close at 10 A. 3L Monday, July 5th
"Lamb That Am" Lamb
Re-J, Genuine Springers
Lejr, Loin or Rack Rorsts, lb 20
Shoulder Roasts, lb 112 ViC
Breasts, lb 11c
Clear White. Jlilk-Fed Stock
Shoulder or Breast Roasts, lb 12 Tic
Lejr or Loin Roasts, lb Kc
Roils, boneless, racks, Frenched and lardod 17c
WARM WEATHER PICNIC SPECIALS
Boiled Ham, Sliced. Smoked or Tickled Beef Tonjrucs,
Cooked Corned Beef, Jellied Tongues. Pickled Pigs' Feet,
Chipped leef. Imp. and Domestic Sausages.
SPECIAL BARGAIN .MEAT COUNTER
Largest assortment, highest quality meats at correspond
ingly low prices are to 1? found at this counter.
See for Yourself.
Jones' -Pride of Oregon Brand of Mild-Cured
is your protection and guarantee of purity and quality in
Hams, half or whole, lb 18c
Shoulder Hams, lb llc
Cottage Hams, lb Hie
Bacon Back Tenderloins, half or whole strips lt)C
Bacon, with that superior flavor, half or whole
strips, lb 22c
July 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Trains Leave North Bank Station, 10th and Hoyt
Streets, 10:00 A. M 5:00 P. M 12:30 Midnight
Tickets, Parlor and Sleeping Car Reservations at
City Ticket Office, 34S Washington St (Morgan
Building), and at Depot
II. DICKSON, C. P. & T. A.
Telephone: Marshall 3071, A 22S6
Sixth and Morrison Streets
The House of Welcome
Park and Alder Streets
In the theater and shopping district, one block from
any carline. Rates $1 per day and up. With bath,
Sl.f0 per day and up. Take our Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius. President H. E. Fletcher. Manager
For This Saturday
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Rich milk with malted grain extract, in powder form dissolves
in water more healthful than tea or coffee. Used in training;
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and the Aged. It agrees with the weakest digestion.
Ask fof"NOmJCK'S'-at Hotots, Restaurants, Fountain.
Don't travel without it. Also kep it at home. A lunch in a minut.
In Lunch Tablet form, also, ready to eat. Convenient nutritious
H-IIOOH AM) CtlLI KO&H.
The July number of the T. P. A.
Pocket Guide Is now for (tale at all
news stands and trains. It U the most
correct and convenient time-table is
sued and deserves the patronage of
all trading men business men and the
traveling- public at larpe.
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