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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. FRIDAY,
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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tourta au4 auaa strsMa. Taaaca
l-rt;al. 1 P. M.
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FANtAliLl iAliar at Uruadaayl Vi
f . at.
UPHi! (K road say aad Stark Vaada
vuia. Fartofmaataa 1 Ai. 1 aad
OKECOXLAJIS AT KXAOSTS.
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most acanpt daUary at Taa Ura
goalaa. CUV nut aofcscrlauaaa
sail ara pass la advaacat
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Or Jan. M B. Kiuau
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AdTtlaraaal lataadad I OW
. i.iu on which tha Ore-
icon Naal Militia made Ita record In
the rsrsnt practice at Port An'eV0"
hark la Portland and wUI ba banc u
a trophy In tha itrern room
Chamber f Ccmm.rc.. Thla particular
tancrt l on lit which tha Eutmera of
tha naval militia maoa 12 mi-
IS ahota. rannlnit at hlBh apred In
ronsh a- Tha irriat atrip of canraa.
abuat 12 by S . WI P
dut'nre from th hlp wnera 11 "
no bEor ! th Ennr than m calllnE
anita of thla avary ahol
waa planted well within tb e pa nee of
JtASJkaAa to Vtrr Laecm Mocw-
Kor their Sunday outlna; the
Xasamaa will rUlt aioltnomaa rati,
and Larch Mountain. Tha main trty
will t.mea town on the O.-W. R. N.
train at 1 Saturday nlKht and o to
Xultnomah. where they win to
. nn.v.. .rtv will follow at mldnlKht.
Karly Sunday tha member will vlalt
Vaukna (Cordon) Fall, then will
follow tha Waukena trail to tha new
I .arch Mountain trail and ko on to the
lumtnlL Tha deaceat lo the afternoon
will be from the head or jauimoman
aiwi down the Benaon trail. Thoe
unable to o Saturday olKht will o
a tha Sunday morning train.
Rrr C. B Mm'HOJ. Cotto. R.
Charlea Bayard Mitchell. D. of St.
rhinh Chicaso. will arrive to
day on the Shaata Limited from Cali
fornia and will be the Rueat of Rev.
ovinia m Wallace Touoaaon. of Roae
Oty Park, until next Tuesday. ira.
Iltchell arcompanlea biro. 11 will
,.ki an addreaa at tha community
ons err ice en the lawn of the Roa
City Park Meinodiat vnurcn.
nirbt at 7 "clock. Tr. Mitchell baa
held paatorates In Minneapolis, leaven
worth. Kan.: rtttaburc. Plalnrteld,
N. J-: Grand-Avenu Church. Kansas
City. Mo.; Cleveland. and now In
Twmxa Patt Visit City. A party
f t' tourists from Boston. Mass, con
ducted by the bureau of university
travel, of that city, was In Portland
yetrday and visited tha points of In
tert. The party left south In the
cventnx. Tb Colleclat Alumna party
conducted bv the sama bureau, will ar
rive in tha citv toniEht from Pufet
Sound points. Tha party consists of
H. They will mak their headquarters
at the Multnomah Hotel while here.
A Gillespie party ot Bin will also be
In the city today.
Cottar Warm to Be EjrrxRTAunen.
At the annual celebration of the Cen
tral Labor Council. Sunday, at Crystal
Lake Park. 5 dependent children
wards of the Juvenile Court will b the
auests of the Labor Temple Associa
tion. The Erounds will ba free to the
children all day. Includins refresh
ments and amusements. The children
will be chaperoned by Mrs. R. E. Bon
durant. Mrs. Margaret Thoroman. Miss
Mart C. Chambers. Miss Cora K. flero
ln. Miss May Norton. Miss Butler, Mrs.
Bon him and Mrs. I Ge.
A Free Lccttre on Christian Science
will be delivered by Mr. Frank Ball.
C. member of the board of lecture
ship of the Mother Church, the First
Church of Christ, Scientist. In Boston.
Mass. In the edifice of First Church of
Christ. Scientist. lth and Everett nfs..
next Sunday. August IS. at P. M. The
lecture will be repeated on Monday.
Ausust K. at 3 and P. M. All are
cordlaliy Invited. Adv.
Buxd Vrrr Piujt Ship. About
students of the Portland School of
Adult Blind were received as EUesta of
Captain Smith aboard the British con
vict ship Success Wednesday morning
and. piloted by special lecturers, they
flt carefully over the various exhibits.
Willis L Hale, superintendent of the
Om State Training School at
Salem, waa la charge of the party.
naewKarrEA's FaiEXD to Meet. To
raise I" for the support of the Port
land Symphony Orchestra during the
ll&-t aeason, friends and supporters
of the organisation will meet In room
A of the Central Library at J o'clock
this afternoon. The meeting has been
railed by William D. Wheelwright,
honorary presMent of th orchestra.
Amavai Sholok 5uii Set. Serv
ices will be held at Congregation
Ahaval Sholom. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at S o'clock Tomorrow morn
ing services at 3 o'cloock. Rabbi R
Abrahamsoa will officiate.
State or Washixotok. Dally round
trip. Th Dalle and way landings
Leaves Taylor-street dock 11 P. M.
Leaves Dalles dally except Monday. II
M. Tel. Mala tit. Ad.
Ar-TOKnatusTs. Ppend your vacation
In Tillamook County. Its numerous
beaches, mountains and troot streams
are enjoyable. Auto road good all the
ft SrxPAT Kxcraeio to Cascade
Locks en steamer Bailey Gatxert. leaves
at A. M . returns at :tl P. M. Alder
atreet dock. Main si 4. A CI 13. Adv.
Skipkoes Daro Co.. reopened tem
porarily ST1 Alder, bet. Id and 4th.
Ijd0T. Part of broken transmission
eaee. with bearings; reward. Cook at
Da. Unit L. Nobdbsj baa returned.
Ecokobtt Ave QtTAur-r tar PanrTnra
X. W. Bailee at Co, MAin Hi, A lli. Adv.
NEOBO SCICIDB TO BE BCBIED.
The funeral of Charles A. Rltter. vet
eran colored porter whose body was
found In tha Willamette Tuesday.' will
be held at I K thla afternoon from
tha Holman Undertaking parlors, inter
ment will be In Lone Fir Cemetery. An
unpaid mortsag on his property on
Mallory avenue and a atreet assess
ment and two years' unpaid taxes
amounting to more than I1J0J. led to
Hitter's suicide, according to a lecte
he left hla business associate. Edward
Rrr. G. D. Watsoi to Sfeae. Rev.
G. D. Watson, th noted evangelist and
Bible teacher of Los Angeles, Cel., will
bold services dally, from August 11 to
13 Inclusive. Saturdsys excepted. In the
gospel tabernacle at East Ninth and
Clay streets. In connection with the
Christian and Missionary Alliance. On
week days the hours of meeting will
ba 3:10 and 7:10 P. M., and on Sundays
at 11 A. M, 3:1) and 7:30 P. M
Editor Spears Oj Moralttt. Pro
fessor T. W. Shannon, of Delaware, X
editor of the Practical Eugenlst. who
recently spoke before the purity con
gress In San Francisco, will deliver a
lectur this morning at s:lo ociock
before the students of the Behnke
Walker Business College. Hia subject
will be "Did Uod Make Women to be
Superior. Morally, to Men?"
Smoker Causes Excite est. 60
startled were neighbors when a man
rushed In his night clothes from 333
North Fourteenth street at 4 o'clock
yesterday morning, shouting "Fire!"
that two alarms were turned In. bring
ing out much apparatus. He had been
smoking In bed and the bed clothes
were ignited. The blase was quickly
extinguished with a loss of about $50.
Head or KqurrAaxa Trust Visits
Alvla W. Krech. president of the
Equitable Trust Company, of New York,
and Mrs. Grech were In Portland yes
terday on their way to the San Fran-
Cisco Fair. They are traveling in a
private car and are accompanied by
members of their family. Mr. Krech is
an old-time friend of Samuel Hill, who
entertained them while here.
SAUUknccs Clce to Meet. E. D.
Tirams. president Timms-Cress Com
pany, and a director of the retail mer
chants division of the new Chamber of
Commerce, will speak at the regular
fortnightly meeting or the Portland
Salesmen's Club tonight In the college
room of the Haselwood. Hla subject
will be "What Constitutes a Good
Focb. Cocpues Sees: Divorce. Two
husbands and two wives sought separa
tion by the divorce mill In County
Clerk Coffey's office yesterday. W. D.
Merrill sued Clara D. Merrill. Charles
Jefferr sued Marie F. Jeffery. Elisabeth
Bird sued J. P. Bird and Annie M. Poole
sued Robert S. Pool. All alleged
J. J. Hrus Sisteb-dc-Law Here. Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Phelps, of Minneapolis,
were In Portland yesterday for a brief
visit and sightseeing expedition. They
are on their way to the San Francisco
Fair. Mrs. Pbelpa Is a sister of Mrs
James J. Hill, of St. Paul, wife of the
Great Northern Railroad builder.
Cmakcs Fion-ra Eituditiox. IT. J.
Goran, a Seattle attorney, was in Port
land yesterday attempting to stop th
ssuanc of extradition papers for A.
J. Chance, who is held In Seattle for
the Portland authorities on a charge of
obtaining money by false pretenses.
Chcrch Puaxs Picxtc Rose City
Park Methodist Church will hold a
picnic at Columbia Park on Saturday.
Special cars will leave the church cor
ner at 9:10 o'clock.
SMALL DAIRIES TARGET
ORDIAfK rnEFARKn TO KLIMI-
X.tTE PLACES I CITV.
Ceanell t Art Today Meaaarc Prs-
fclMtlag Keeping af Mare Than
Twe Cawa Acre or Leas.
The death knell of small dairies
within the greater part of Portland's
residence district Is sounded In a
proposed ordinance which will be In
troduced In the Council this morning.
The measure -has been prepared by
Deputy City Attorney Myers at the
request of the Council.
Jn a large district on both the West
Side and the East Side, any person
firm or corporation Is prohibited from
keeping more than two cows on any
one acre of land and Is prohibited from
driving more than two cows over any
street within the district, except where
the cows are being driven to a place
for sale or transportation.
A penalty of 1500 or six months in
Jail Is provided for violators. The
measure is aimed primarily, it Is said,
st a dairy of 11 cows maintained on a
S 0-foot lot In Vernon district. There
are many other small dairies In various
parts of the city which will be bit If
the ordinance passes
The district laid out In the ordinance
is described as follows:
( Bcslnnlog at the Intersection of the
westerly extenioa of Russell street aad the
WIKaroette Klver. thence easterly to Delay
street, north to 8C Johns road, north to
kldmor street extended west, tut to rat-
ton avenue, aorta, to Portland boulevard.
east to t'aloa avenue, south to KlUlnssworth
avenue, tan to feast Thlrtr-thlrd street.
south to rrernnnt street, east to Klxty-
eisLtB street, soutn on btstr-eisntn atreet to
Hill Crest drive, weet to Esst filxty-secona
met, south to Hslsejr street, vest to Ksst
Forty-third street, south to Stsrk street, esst
to Cast Sixtieth street, south to Division
reel, ttnt 10 Kast tiixty-flrst street, south to
Powell valley road. Met to East Twtnlj
first street, south to Krsokfort street, west
to East Seventeenth street, south to Holsat
street, vest to the esst bsnk ot the wu
Ismette River, alone the river to the place
b Uesinnrnc at the west bsnk of the
Willamette River aad the easterly exten
sion or Sherlork avenue, west to Twenty
ninth street, south to Cornell road, aoutneriy
to Washington street, south on Ford street
and Vtsta avenue to 3f ontsomery a rive.
DON'T PUT OFF UNTIL 7:30
O'CLOCK SATURDAY EVEN
ING WHAT YOU CAN, DO
Writ that want arl out now
for Snndty't Oreg-onian and
bring' it or phone it in. Then
you are sure of it. By putting-
f it off you are apt to forget it.
9 TV 1'. "1-1 iT.OA -l 1
umt Aiica tuicatvy i .ov vii.
U cone before you know it, and
then it is too late. Closing: hour
other evening 9 o'clock.
along Montgomery drive to - Pntton road,
eatterlr to Mbertdaa street, east on 8her-
klaa atreet to Fourth street, southerly '!
lowing the line of the Mouthers Pacific
raeaa to I.wei avenue, east to Jiacaoam
let. north to wood atreet. west to Hood
et. northerly alone liood and Water
streets to Harrieoa street, east along as
easierty extenaloa of Harrison stivet to the
west sank of the Willamette River, noren-
erly alone the west hank of the river to the
alace of aertnning.
COLUMBIA HIGHWAY OPEN
. delightful week-end motor trip to
Gearhart-by-the-Sea.. Accurate road
maps free at 1H Kourth street. Adv.
We wish to extend our most sincere
thanka to the neighbors and friends
who so kindly assisted us in our taie
MKK. jajiks vv . A rl 1 1 .1 -1 x a .
Adv. A1 AiLLLr.
VAwi n ' ui scrimmaging
T ..4- f enttm miacfc Will -fool VlflTinrPrl
by your courteous invitations to dine with
you at The Portland.
Delicious club luncheons are served daily
from 12 to 2 both dining-rooms.'
Sunday Table dHote Dinner $1
five-thirty to eight
Service a la Carte to 1 A..M.
Geo. C Ober, Manager.
iinmTss&z m urn
OAKS HAS TRIPLE BILL
"DEATH TRAP LOOP" HEADLINES
Baad af Aastraliaa Taurine Students
Will Open Toeaorrow- "Variety
lale WtU Ead Ran.
Owing; to a combination of clrcura
stances and errors made in booking
the Oaks Amusement Park will offer
Sunday a triple programme and a dou
ble programme tomorrow. Two fea
tures will run all week, while the third
closes Sunday night.
Heading; the programme will be Os
car Bibcock In the "death trap loop."
Those who saw "Autos-tbat-pass-ln-
the-alr at the Oaks will realize the
darlnic of this act. when it Is said that
It is every whit aa sensational. Bab-
cock tears down an Incline on a bicycle.
a trap is sprung;, he whirls Into a loop
and loops it. Then another trap Is
swung. He tears out of the loop, up
an Incline, jumps a trap and lands.
Babcock la said to be the sixth man
to own the patented rights to this
thriller. The other Ave were killed.
Uabcock has been engaged for
months at the Panama-Pacilic Exposi
tion and will open eft the Oaks (Sunday.
Next in order comes the big band of
the Australian Touring Students, the
official band of 'the Young Australia
League. These young fellows not only
plsy band and orchestral concerts, but
will be beard In a tine vaudeville pro
gramme. The band .will be In. the
open. It opens at the Oaks tomorrow.
The final appearance Sunday of the
Frank Rich Musical Comedy Company
in "Variety Isle" will be given.
CITY TO SUE FOR $10,000
Conii.scatlon ot Bond Pot t'p to
Build Kenton Line Sought.
If the city Is successful In Its suit
the treasury will be enriched to the
extent of 110.000 as a result of the
failure of George F. Heusner to con
struct the Interurban electric line from
Kenton to the West Side business dis
trict, in accordance with a franchise
granted him about two years ago. City
Attorney Lalloche has been asked by
Commissioner Ialy to prepare a Coun
cil resolution declaring the franchise
forfeited and providing for proceedings
to confiscate the '110.000 bond furnished
by Mr. Heusner to guarantee construc
tion of the line.
The franchise called for the comple
tlon of the line and the starting of the
operation of cars within It months af
ter the granting of the franchise. This
time has expired and nothing has been
done towsrd the construction. Mr.
Heusner about three months ago asked
for an extension of time. This was de
nled by the Council. The full limit
of the franchise baa expired and the
city will proceed against the 110.000
now existing, but will be enforced on
contracts awarded hereafter.
Portland always adds the 6 per cent
to the total cost of the contracts to
cover the engineering cost, but in the
existing St. Jchns contracts it was
thought the additional assessment
might not be legal.
PIONEER BANKER VISITOR
"Colonel" G. W. Brackenbrldge, ot
San Antonio, Is in Portland.
"Colonel" G. W. Brackenbrldge. one
of the best-known bankers in tht West,
la in Portland. He Is 84 years old. He
founded the first bank west of the
Colorado Klver, in Texas, at San An
tonio, in 1866, served as its president
until three years ago, when he retired
He also was president of the Security
& Loan .Association, of the same city,
was for 25 years a member of the
board of regents of the University of
Texas and is owner Of the controlling
Interest In the San Antonio Express.
"Colonel" Brackenbrldge also is a
humorist. He dislikes publicity and
laughs at the idea of "Colonel" being
attached to his name.
"I am not a Colonel." was the first
thing that he said. "I am neither a
civil nor a military Colonel. I never
fought in any war and I have never
met- the requirements that allow a
civil title of Colonel to be prenlxed to
my name. In the South they say that
a man who drinks whisky, swears out
loud and gambles has qualified as a
member of the civil army of Colonels.
I have acquired but one of the requi
sites: once in a while I take a glass of
"Colonel" Brackenbrldge is In Port
land "to keep out of everyone's way."
He .Is traveling with his sister, who Is
in poor health, and this is one of their
annual pilgrimages to escape the heat
of the Texas Summers. They will re
main In Portland until Sunday, until
Mr. Brackenbrldge can make the proper
reservations for San Francisco. They
have been visiting the Yellowstone and
Glacier National parks and - stay as
long in one place as they choose.
WOMAN WOULD KILL DEER
Mrs. Anna Stansbory Obtains Hunt
ing Llcen.se to Tag Animal.
Women are not required to have
hunting or fishing licenses.! but Mrs.
Anna Stansbury. of Gresham. took out
one, anyway, because she expects to
kill a deer. Seth Smith. JJeputy County
Clerk, was puzzled when she asked him
If she could kill a deer without a li
cense. He called Carl . Shoemaker.
State Game Warden, on the telephone-
air. Shoemaker said he had already
formed an opinion on the subject. The
law clearly states that women may hunt
and fish without a license. But the
legislators evidently did not think of
women killing deer. They provided
that every deer killed must be tagged
with a small coupon to be torn from
the hunting license. It Is a violation of
the law to have a deer carcass In your
possession without one of these tags.
Mrs. Stansbury oougnt a nuniins;
license, so she can tag her deer.
BENSON SPECIAL ARRANGED
Delrjrration to Celebration at Fair
Will Leave Saturday.
m..l.t.-.p kurinr tha deleara-
. i r-,i . 1 . nrl tn. Rm n FrinriaCA to
attem the celebration of Benson day at
the Exposition will leave at s:sv mi
unlay attached to the Shasta Limited,
ml the party win arrive in san r ran
laco at :40 on the following night.
The celebration will be on August 17.
D...uBi(nni mtittf all he In not later
than tonight, and those desiring- to go
with tne party snouia irirpnum
roe Goldstein at the Benson Hotel,
where arrangements will be made.
Governor Withycombe and staff.
Amoa Benson. J. B. Teon. Dr. and Mrs
a i" Kmitfi and other nrominent citi
zens already have made reservations
for the trip.
ST. JOHNS PLAN TO, HOLD
City Not to Add Knslnec-rlng Cost to
Tha City Council will adhere to a
policy which existed in St. Johns prior
to the recent annexation to Portland
of not adding 6 per cent to all street
contracts to "cover the Item of engl-
neerir.K. The S per cent engineering
charge will not be made on contracts
10,000 PAIRS MEN'S SOCKS
Yes. we are selling 10.000 pairs of
men's 25c, 35c and 50c socks for 20c the
pair, and men. who know of our great
special sales are coming by the hun
dreds to lay in a good supply.
Our policy Is, instead of spending
large sums of money in newspaper ad
vertising, to give it direct to our cus-.
tomers in the way of special sales.
Hrownsvnie ooien ami stores: inira
and Morrison and Third and Stark sts
TownseiuTs K Products
because of our
because of buyers'
Made from strictly "graded and pasteurized" cream. Every package bearing this .brand and trademark
is of itself a' guarantee of the standard of quality approved by our customers and backed by us.
Factory, East 7th and Everett, Portland
THEY HIT THE SPOT
The cool, refreshing
surroundings of our
Fountain these hot days
make the Summer drink
enjoyable to the fullest
Let us send "that box
of sweets" to the moun
tains or the beach.
For the Eyes
ings, solid and
opera and field
Amber and smoked glasses, etc.
We make no charge for examination.
Fifth Floor, Oregonian Bldg.
CCHWAB PRINTING CO
ObEN F.GREENE-HARRY FISCHER
OadLS STARK STREET
Reopened by Seward Hotel Co.
After four years under separate
management the Seward -Hotel
Dinlntr-Koom is again under the
manaKement of the Seward Hotel
Co. Hereafter an excellent
c u 1 a I n e will be maintained at
We serve an excellent popular
priced business men's lunch from
11 A. M. to 2 P. M. Tryi
Sunday Table d'Hote dinner
5 to 8:30 P. M., $1.00.
W. M. Seward, Manager.
Saturday, Aug. 14
Dancing and Fireworks
and Rheumatism. Latest and best
methods. No Operations, no Medicine.
Consultation- and Examination Free.
312 Swetland Bldg. Phone Main 6574.
There is no gainsaying the fact that
a checking account in this bank is a
great convenience, being a complete
record of business transacted and
money on hand. A check payable to
order is a legal receipt. One payable
to bearer is not. It is not necessary
to pay in money or handle it to trans
act ordinary business. Get familiar
with paying by check and you will
always do so. Your account is invited.
LADD & TILT0N BANK
Oldest in the Northwest
The price of anything that
you buy here is fixed by
its quality and BE AS
SURED that it is AL
WAYS a minimum price.
Therefore, if you want
quality, if you want wide
assortments, we invite you
to market in nerson or by
phone at the big store, where it is merely a matter of
the best from the best!
New, delicious, distinctly Ore
gon; a 25c bottle makes a quart
of a delightfully cooling and re
freshing Summer drink.
VINEGAR FOR PICKLING
Genuine Wine Vinegar, gal. 65
Nabob Pickling Vinegar i. .450
Use good vinegar or your pickles
CHURCH'S GRAPE JUICE
SPECIAL Made at Kennewick
on the Columbia River a home
industry. It won the Gold Medal
against all competitors at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition. Spe
cial price today:
25c bottles for 5j1.2.
6 45c bottles for.
NEW MAPLE SUGAR
Absolutely pure direct from
the bush per cake 3o
Roman Meal Bread, large loaf,
100, Raisin Bread, large loaf,
100, Gluten Bread, 150.
PICKLED ONIONS SPECIAL
New Crosse & Blackwell's
75c size for 600
50c size for 400
30c size for 250
Are you enjoying the econo
mies and conveniences of our
Delicatessen Department for
light lunches, quick dinners, out
ings, picnics, and auto parties?
5 Deliveries Daily m Most Sections
TT i nriTl III
290 STARK ST
Succeeding Steamer HASSALO
Leaves Ash-Street Dock Daily, Except Sunday, 8:30 A. M.
Saturday 1 P. M.
Returns From Megler 3:30 P. M. Daily, Except Saturday;
CSinrloir Q P M
One-day Round-Trip Ticket,
good for steamer ride. . .$ 2
Saturday-Monday fare $ 3
Season Ticket $ 4
5-Ride Commutation $15
To any North Beach point and
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Washington at Third St.
Broadway 4500, A 6121
Safety First for
Be prepared for old age by tak
ing care of your eyesight now
while they are yet in fairly good
condition. Remember the old
adage. "A stitch In time saves
No Charge for
HERB ARK SOME OP MY
Lenses Sphero in your own
Lenses Sphero In Aluminum
STAPLES, The Jeweler Optician,
1 62 First Street
Near Morrison, Portland, Or.
For Men, Women
Any kind of Shoes
BLACK. WHITE, TAN
2 in 1 gives the
"Shine of Satisfaction"
Lenses Sphero in Gold-Filled
Lenses Sphero (curved) in G.
K. Glass ftltg $5.00
Krjptot Lensrs $S.IM to 13.00