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HANSON IS HELD TO
AWAIT GRAND JURY
One More Robbery Laid to
Clever Burglar Accused
Now of 19 Thefts.
WOMAN STILL MISSING
Attempted IdftiUfleation or Loot
Taken vm Houseboat C'onlin
ard and Detectives Resume
Investigation of Case.
H. G. Hanson. whose career la Port
land sinca Octobtr. 1U. haa bean
marked by a Ion series of bur-larlea.
arvordlaa- to detoctlvss. waived prelim
inary exam'natlon before Acttnc Mu
nicipal Judaa Sta-Jtsr yesterday and
was bound over to the srrand Jury.
Hit ball was fixed at t:"t0.
One mora robbery u added to lbs
lonst Itt thus far attributed to Han
son ysstsrday. when Mr. K. Harvey.
Milwaukis street. Identified silver
ware whirl) had been taken from her
home abut two months av Tela In
ereasea the total number of robberies
attributed to him to I. lira, Harvey
, Identified riecea of allverwara.
Alternated Ideallf leal lew Palls,
Several otners who had lost articles
throusb burclarles durtn the past few
months attempted to Identify property
tnunt the loot taken from Hanson'a
houseboat, but failed to do so. How
vr. deiertlves are of the opinion that
he la responsible for numerous robber
tes which wilt probably never be defi
nitely attributed to him since he la be
llev-d to fcave sold much of his loot.
i lly Ietei-tlves La Salle and Leonard,
-show with Itectives Boyle and alo
lonrr. were responsible for the capture
ef Hanson, continued their Investlca
ti.n of the rase yesterday. They pre
dicted that there would be more sensa
tional developments before the case
was finally brought to trial.
Wesaaa Still la Mlaaiks.
Kfrorta to learn the whereabouts of
the woman who Is believed to have
been Hanson's ee-comi-llce. Mrs. Inaa
Malmln. stl l have proved unaval.lnc
lletevtivrs are of the opinion that she
was responsible for the disposal of
mu. h of the loot, since many valuable
articles taken were not recovered
anions' Hanson's bocmIs.
Hanson lakes his Incarceration In a
- It seems too bad fiat such an edu
cated and talented man as you are
should have cot ten Into this trouble."
It was sucseted to him yesterday.
A half smile played about his lips
and he cave a sesture of Indifference
as he replied:
"I must pay the price now. t suppose."
WAR WAGED ON RABBITS
tight :?: ark r.rrtxTivn
No Matter How Fine All Small Lots Are Being Shelf Emptied by Extremely Low Prices in These
Last Days .of Our Big Removal.
Tm& Quality store of PortlAMd
FVtK, StxtJv "Morrison, Alder 3ta.
Kepresealallte laatt la Told That Ot
aatsed Irtveo Bwawld Be Mad
la i'-aalerw Oreseaw
r.epresentatlve Mlnnott. who baa been
pressing; the federal Biological Sur
vsv to d-v le some means to vet rid
of the JsckrabtMl pt in Kastern Ore
iron, has J'tet been Informed by Actinic
hief Nelson, of that bureau, that
enlve experiments In trapping animals
In fenced tnrlosures have clvrn consid
erable promise ef suc-resa. and that the
bureau plans to continue tnrse experi
ments durinc the conln. Fall and
"hief Neln Informs the Kastern
firtnon i'onKrtm.o that the depart'
mem rea-arda the Ja-krabMt pest la
Orrion as a serious and difficult prob
lem, and says:
Totntna; has proved of value lo
cally, but of little or no avail In local
lilrs where rreen feed continues
abundant durtns the Winter. Kabblt
proot f-n.-lnc l undoubtedly the best
means for prolactins; crops from Jack
rahMts. but the department has no au
thority to con-truct urh fencra on pat
ented lands. We ran suveeat no more
prs' ti. si method f-r controlllns; these
pe-ts than raM-lt-tiKht fenrinc and r-irant-rd
drives or bunts In which the
ammsls are rlestrovrd.
FIVER EXCURSION PLANNED
3Iembr-T of I Jiarc-lliui I t lub to
Take Mramrr Trip satnrtlay.
Tie memh-rs of the Ijinrelhurst
I I'lP !
tur!o Stnrdsy nmhu The steamer
K-llo.-; Kill Lave from the fo"t of
Vasbinctn street at 1 ovioca an J win
rue do n tiie U UUoiette and for a
short ai-cance up tho ol'imlia.
The nsw Laurelhurt bond, which
will make Its first appearance at the
aare I nday nleht. will co on the ex
cursion and will provide mu-ic tor
daiMiivs; on the bot. The committee
Is prerarlria a number of features for
Tlehris for the ev-ursion are pro
eurt.. at le. . T. rarker'a office la
iri i-r)ell bultdme or the XVIse Ito
ts. parlors In ISe ailln bulidtnK.
PRINTERS TO BE ACTORS
rix Tapplns at tlx- I-ir to lie
Masrxl al IVakrr vplrmticr 2.
Arransrements hae been" completed
b- the Hen Irsnklin Club of 1'ortland
printers to sta.- "The Tarpm at the
vr- an edustlonal drama written
bv A Wiikina. at the liaker Thea
l.r. ji.tr. t.er :. lr. v Itkins has al
reade p'. ked the leadlrvs; characters
l.r h plsr. J. J. Trice will take the
prt ef ire unsa'essf'i business man.
t-, J an lUart-om will a--t the youna
rarer sslesman. J ihn B Ad.m the pro
verbial knocker and Koy H.lwards will
tpifv the successful business man.
The plav Is three acts In lenctn and
Involve I characters and -I speaklnc
parts, all of blc! will be filled
Workman) Is Injured.
While ciearine- land on ths Fast Side
yesterday. A. Orsnt. of Mntb and Davis
streets, recettsd a fracture of the left
l( witen the clevis, by means of which
t s horses were attached to the sweep,
broke and struck Mm. He waa take a
to the Ccod Samaritan Hospital.
Illvrr Victim Vnldcnt lllrd.
llfforts to leara the Identity of ths
trsa found druwnej In te river near
ls Inxcas-i ouen mi.l sunday were
Regularly $20; 3, 4 and
Made of durable poplins and
crepe with straight or bloomer
legs. Because we have only the
above sizes we're reducing the
lot to OSt.
Third Floor, Slzta-St. Bide
All Taken From Our
Regular $1.00 Lines.
Doeskin of soft quality, pure
white; chamois soft and pliable
skins in natural shade, all pique
sewn. Either 1-button or 1
clasp style. All sizes.
First Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
Another Shipment In of Those
Men's Pajamas at $1.69
Fabrics woven for the "Gotham" Mfg. Co. and sold, at 50c on
the $, to the "Regatta" Mfg. Co who made them up. Under
ordinary circumstances they'd sell for $3.00.
Can't recall that better values were ever offered. They are without
a doubt the handsomest and classiest garments we've ever sold at $1.69.
Made of soft, durable, beautifully finished mercerized soisettes, some
times known as American Pongee.
In addition to the "Gotham" quality of the fabrics the gar
ments are made with the same minute attention to detail and
perfection of workmanship always found in "Gotham" goods.
Soft shades of lavender, gray, tan, light blue and white. Finished
with silk braid and pearl buttons. Low-neck style for all-round wear.
Worth $3.00 Removal Sale price $1.69.
Famous "Knox" Straw Hats Reduced
Knox superfine quality and Meier & Frank let-go prices make an irresistible
Straw Hat Combination.
KNOX STRAW HATS THAT WERE i KN'OX STRAW HATS THAT WERE
PRICED IN OUR STOCKS AT3- c PRICED IN OUR STOCKS AT 4- I QC
3.50 GO FOR will 3 I $5.00 GO FOR wIsOJ
Mea'a Store Temporary Annex. Fifth and Alder, J list Inside Entrance. .
Table Cloths to Go, $1.49
Regularly Priced at $2.00
The kind that are so well adapted to
ordinary use in the home.
Pure white, full bordered. Size 66x90 inches.
Very good patterns.
SAME QUALITY CLOTHS. REGULARLY I QO
IS.&O. 6Cxl0-lNCH SIZE li3B
TABLE NAPKINS, DOZ. $3.00
Ordinarily Sold for $3.50
Scotch linen of good heavy weight, fine quality '
and good patterns. Ideal for every-day or general
use, H size.
New BalldJaaT, Seeoad Floor.
Sale Kimonos at $2.95
That Originally Sold for $4.50 to $6.45
This odd lot, so attractively sale-marked for a speedy
clearaway, includes flowered silks, challies, traveling
kimonas in plain navy and black. Choice today $2.95.
MATERNITY DRESS NOW
PRICED AT $3.95.
Choice Cassimeres or Serges.
The colors are navy and black. The
price one that is surely moderate in
the extreme only $3.95.
KIMONOS & NEGLIGEES
MARKED TO CLEAR 98
That Were Formerly $2.50-$3.50.
Cotton crepe, trimmed in dainty
laces and ribbons. Your choice from
this assortment today at 98.
Third Floor, Slxth-St. BldK.
Filled From This
and All Our Ads
if received within three days of
date of publication. Telephone
us where quantities are limited
or you are in a hurry. Should
you come in person ask any
floortnan to call personal shop
per, who will conduct you to as
many of the 75 departments as
Pineapple, Can, 12V2C
Large Cans "Victor" Well-Known Brand
Latest Hawaiian pack. No. 2V4 cans, containing 8
thick slices. Regular 15c grade, today at 12f .
FLOUR. "GOLD NUGGET"
BRAND, EASTERN O K E-
OK KEN NO. 1 HQt'AltE
CANS. DOZEN S1.40.I 01 .
THE CAN lsV2l
PORTKR PEAS. FINB
WIPCONS IN PACK, j ftp
OOZKN Sl.ta. CAN I Ul
GKAII AM FLOUR. FRRSM
LY MILL K U. NO. 10 0C
SACKS FOR OjU
MATCHLESS B A C ON.
STREAKEIl WITH LEAN.
HALF S T RIPS 991
THE POUND. "2l
CIDER VINEGAR GUAR
ANTEED PURE. GAL-yirin
LON. JUG INCLUDED.. rU
WHITE BEANS. CALIFOR
NIA SMALL WHITE, OQ
S-LB. CLOTH SACKS Ju
SAGO OR TAPIOCA, THE
BEST QUALITY, s-OCn
POUND SACKS FOR...d
i) l'ii a 1 t ii vifpn
l . J J 1 ' .7 U ... ...... ' . i ' '
TALL CANS. NO. 1.
DOZEN SI AT. CAN..
TUNA FISH. WHITE STAR
BRAND. IN NO. 1 I Qp
CANS. AT I 3"
TEA-ROOM COFFEE. OUK
THE POUND 3
Basrraeat. Slxh-S. Bldar.
Fine Aluminum 200 Sets Just in
Made of 18-gauge metal
' bound to wear indef
initely and give complete
satisfaction every day
Three sizes 1 -quart, 2-quart,
3-quart, suitable for all kitchen
uses. Just like the illustration.
This is a big bargain that will delight
housewives. 99c for the set of 3.
$2.50 ALUMINUM TEA KETTLES
TODAY FOR $1.69
5c Charter Oak Thread
3 Spools for 10c
Best six-cord woven, in black
or white. 200-yard spools 3
15c WHITE NAINSOOK DRESS
SHIELDS, NOS. 2. 3, AND 4, 1 fin
THREE PAIRS 25c, PAIR. . I U
5c CONQUEROR SAFETT PINS,
ASSORTED SIZES, THE On
10c RITA HAIR NETS. MADE C-
W1TH ELASTIC, EACH Jl
4c WASHINGTON PINS, NEE-C-DLE
POINTS, 2 PAPERS FORw
2,-,c WOMEN'S "SEW-ON" SUP
PORTERS, STRONG ELAS-Cn
TIC, THE PAIR.
5c RARUS SEWING SILK. 100
YARDS. ALL COLORS, Iflp
25c "SAPHO" WHITE ELAS- I rip
TIC. 1-INCH WIDTH. YD... UU
10c CURVED OR SHAPED C.
DRESS BELTING, THE YARDl
15c CAMEO SEAM BINDING, C
WHITE ONLY, THE BOLT... J"
15c CUBE PINS, BLACK AND I fin
WHITE, THE CUBE I Ull
12c CHILDREN'S LISLE On
HOSE SUPPORTERS, PAIR..01
25c-50c ROUND GARTERS fin
OR ARMLETS, THE PAIR. .
15c HORN HAIR PINS. IN pp
BOXES, TODAY, THE BOX.. Ob
6c DONNYBROOK BASTING I fin
THREAD, THREE SPOOLS.. I UO
10c NICKEL-PLATED SKIRT C.
GAUGES. EACH AT 3"
First Floor, SUth-St. Bids. .
RE FOREHANDED! BUY A HEATING STOVE NOW AT OUR REMOVAL SALE PRICES. DELIVERY LATER AS YOU DESIRE;
unavatllnr yesterday. Deputy Coroner
Smith expressed the belief that the man
either had been a rrsldrnt of Califor
nia or had Just returned from a Ttalt
there, aa be had a number of postcards
In his pockets bearlna; California plc-
turea. The man bora every appearance
of having- been well-to-do.
Train Destroys Car at Wlnlock.
WINLOCK. Wash.. Aug;. 17-fSpe-
clal.) The car of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Ryan waa demolished by a freight train
at the Alnslie crossing- three miles
aouth of Wlnlock. The Ryana escaped
without Injuries. They will return to
their home at San Pedro, Cal.. by rail.
SCENES IX CITY'S STOREYARD WHERE CARPENTERS COMPETE IX NOVEL CIVIL SERVICE EXAM
AXES FLY IN TESTS
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City Bridge Carpentef Exami
nation Taken by 1 8.
SPEED IS MADE ONE FACTOR
Accuracy in Work Also Basis lor
Rating on Eligible Ust for Ap
pointment Two Applicants
Tall in Physical Mark.
The city's storage yard across the
street from the City Hall might easily
have been mistaken for a lumber camp
or a box factory yesterday when 1
carpenters got busy with the practical
test in a municipal civil service exami
nation for bridge carpenters. It was a
decidedly lively bit cf landscape when
the contestants got busy with saws,
hammers and axes to demonstrate their
The men who pass the examfriation
will be placed on tne city s engiuie
list from which appointments both
permanent and temporary are made in
the" bridge carpenter service. The ex
amination was along new lines, the
ymkUV.I o .. ' .. .. r "
ping of wood being the principal part
or me examination muci luh
ten test such as has been given In
the past. '
Each applicant was required to saw
two-by-six planks at a "45-degree
mitre" and to hew with broadaxes
timbers such as might be used in
bridge construction. Other tests of
ability at sawing and putting pieces
..!... in trnnti ainn wr msde A
part of the test. The speed as well as
Use the reliable
Upbuilds every part of tha body efficiently.
Endorsed by thousands of Physicians,
Mothers and Nurses the world over for
(nor tnan a quarter ot a century.
Convenient, no cooking nor additional
milk required. Simply dissolvein water.
Sui.s wH-n rrther foods often faiL
Sampla r"ree, HORUCICS, Racine, Wa.
TNo Substitute U"Iust as Good"
s KORLICK'9, th Ori5ina4
the accuracy of the work was a factor
in the test.
A physical examination of the men
was given by physicians of the health
bureau. This part of the examination
resulted in two of the applicants being
dismissed. The results of the rest of
the examination will not be made
known until later.
CARISCH, SPEEDING, FINED
Beaver Catcher Pays Tor Ride With
out "Kicking" at Decision.
Recovering from a smashed thumb.
Catcher Fred Carisch. of the Portland
team, showed altogether too much
speed Monday night while he was
bowling along Sandy boulevard in his
machine. Officer White, of the coun
ty's motorcycle force, said he was mak
ing 32 miles an hour.
Carisch faced District Judge Bell yes-
terday morning and aaid he might have
been going pretty fast, but he could
not see his speedometer.
"That will cost you 10," said Judge
Carisch pricked up his ears at the
somewhat familiar words, but did not
kick at the decision.
Alleged Murderer Is Indicted.
CENTRALIA, Wash.. Aug. 17. (Spe
cial.) Information was filed in the
r.wli Hnnntv Snnerior Court yester
day charging J. H. Spangler with nrst-
degree muraer ior me Killing ol ins
wife at Vader on Friday night.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20,
I a the day of our Annual Factory
Shoe Sale always the aensation ot
COR. FOURTH AND ALDER STS.
g5 p SHJ BIS i a ii b lira
Wm& Go East 1
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III III? II
Spend Your Vacation in the Cool
REDUCED RATES TO
ALL POINTS EAST.
CIRCUIT TOURS $45.00
Enabling you to visit all the North
Pacific Coast Cities, Returning
Through Spokane. '
J. V. MURPHY,
Broadway 90. A 2590