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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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li-day .ntnca for JrunkmiKM. H
jc.p-J b.n ha had tn-.a at to work
lubV. on. of lb. city aatomoblla.
In tha araa al tha polca bor.au.
Imkin adanta. of th, opportunity
to walk away whro th.r. w.a no
orTlcr watcnln.. n .".--.
by Kmma CrawforO. colored, of -Koarth
atr..U aftrr b. had walked
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bmb. ba a.urd hlra aad called lh.
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linn run.ral er-rlcn of Jtra. tana
A McDonald, who died funday at bar
w 1 in ra.t SitT-ocond alreet
North, wara conducted yeaterday from
tha reaidenca of her ion. J.
tKtaald. Intermert wa mad. In th
Kama City Cemetery. Mr. McDonald
u Ti yaara and 1 montha old. "c
waa tha mother of J. f. McDonald and
Mr. Lydia Allea, of I'orUand: Arthur
MclonmlJ. of n Francisco-. tr. I(cter
Abbott and Frank Mclonald. of l-o
Anrelea. Cal.. and William McDonald,
ef New Tork.
tittrr a r i o iter rixr.r.
On patttloo of properir o-ni. v
ceedtnaa hara bn atartad for the
prln of Tacoma arenua and other
.treat la tie 1 1 wood aa a dlatrlct, an Im
provement InTolirln. about t.".;
Tha project InTolrea tha paln of
Tacoma aeenue from Kat JiXth to
-..i vmeanteerah .treat: Kal Sixth
treat from ipKan a.nu. to Taco
ma a.enua and Kat Ninth .traet with
in tha am bonmi. Tha tmprotem.nt
will connect up aipokana air.nua, now
pa.ed. with County road No. 31.
Otr-Tia roa-rtaPa Vtrr. Vllt
n hi. mother. Mr, t-ydu II. Mooney.
4U indwell a.nua. and rcnewin old
actuals tar- In lh city. .utau A.
Mooney. of New York. I In I'ortland
for a tima. Mr. Mooney la welt known
mUer rMtdenta of tha city. haTlna
com. bera In !::. Ha wae ancac.d
In th. whoala buelnea. for year,
but aoUt out 3 year, aco to 1. 1-ow.n-vmrt.
Ha wm prominent In other
actteltie bald.a bulna In tboee
dj and baa many old frienca nere.
Rrr.T 5.-HI rianT To I.rr Lj:nt.
Ke. Thoma fchlldkrwcht. who b
bean pa.tor of lh. German Ear.ellcal
Church t Lnt f'r lb. paet lour and
ona-half year, hae accerted tha prtn
clpalsh'P of .-otland Academy at Scot
land. f. D Tha member, of tha con
arecatlon pre.ented him with a loln
et:p a. aa epr.lon of appreclatlon.
Tha Lnt. rharch baa mad. aubatarktial
procrea. un4er hi. car..
RatTK Han Nr CTrtJt Rmtm HfT.
Ralph Hahn. department manjer for
Wxkhmi A- Co.. tlioM name wa alren
by aom. lrrepontbt. person Injured
In a motercTde accil-nt Mandiy ntvht
on tha Cornell road, yesterday cor
rected tha atmt. merit that be wa the
rider who went o.T th. embankment.
-I Mirr roia a motorcycle In my
llf." h said ytsterday. "and never
Kitrtri Ctra to ll'in Mrmxm
The Woman' 'llc Welfar. Club will
bold ta-o aieetinff tht. ee-k. Mla
Mare Ledyard will tak Thursday at
S o'clock, on t:e proposition of put
tinc klcdercartns lr the poMIc acbool
system. Mrs Joseph t'rl. will speak.
Vrlday t tha members on "finale
Tai" Roth meatira will b. In room
CrctjT rx Coe.Liamjt. Grardon
raca. 14a North Twrty-thtrd street,
received a. fri-ture.i roiiarbon. yes
terday when th. blcycl. upon which
ba wa ridinc roi:iried with an auio
mobM. on Twenty-third .trvet. The In
jured man waa taken to Oood Samari
tan Hospital for treatment. II la about
It year of ace
TaB-rena-vow WOISJ TO WctT
C. ntral Woman' Chrtstlan Temperance
I'mon will meet today at Km Kl.venth
street. M's riilabeth "chofTin. former
tt of !t. Vln -T.t M spi:aL will apeak.
Mrs. ):mma Waiton will lead tha iidk
rV-sar or Covraot. T- Mtrr. The
board of control of th Cell wood T. M.
i. a. will hUl in important me.tlntf
rn!ht at th buiMirx on Spokiiir
Avenue and Kmat l'fteenth street to
consider th. future of that branch.
tat or WssKixo-rox. Pally round-
trip. Tha Dalle and way landlnaa
Lam re. Taylor-stra.t dock II P. 11
Laave. Dalle dally except Monday. II
M. TeL Mala 11. Jed v.
rvorxMoa Kiiotxa has re tamed
from r. dn-!rc master' ronvention.
and VI d.monstrat the latest steps
At th. Troahadour Club, dancins
party at Cotillion Hall tomcht. Adv.
W nrrt Trvn acavtcTra A sn.
Rev tlfsrfs Fi Rurlinaam.. pa.tor of
th. First Hr''t Church, will apeak
la th. Bllit Tempi, at both serT ires
x;rro Dar-a Co.. reopened tem
pore nly 171 Alder, bat. sd and 4th,
0t?rTL Rroa wsh-clened and
rape (red. Cartoaian Rroa. Mala 3J
rrr r-aiv-ra Snttct at lowest rate.
T. W BmllaaA Co. Mala A 11(1 Adv.
Da-uoarrrrt. wa.k-.nd trip, 0hipb.rd
prtaca. Carson. Was a. Adv.
atixrvo, th. Jeweler. at IJJ'v It
orthwesl cor AWer. Main. 14-3. Adv.
ra. Oi O. FtJCTv-waa. c-tirop ll.t. r
saered to H2 Mor.aa bid.. Ad.
rKt)RXAL Jo.s Ormto. Tha United
Ptat.a Civil ervtca CoromUaloa an
nounces tha followlns; examlnatlona.
for men only: September 14. assistant
supervisor of accounta. Inter.tat Com
merce Commission, for a position In
th division of valuation, salary I30
to $4t par annum: September 33. a
slatant Irrigation cnsineer. for field
aerrlc. la toe Department of Airrlcul
tur. salary llOoi to 1U" per annum:
moid maker, earamlca. for aervlc In
th bureau of standards. Department
of Commerce, salary lo:J to 1110 per
annum: wlral.. lelearaph operator,
for position In th. liKhtbou aervlc.
at aalarle ranstna; from 73 to SIM
par annum, with l par diem additional
for subsistence. Application Dianas a no
all necessary Information may be ob
tained from T. V. Mutcnina. local sec
r.tary. 1'ostofTlc bulldinc.
Aoto Prtcrix.' Oj Tora. !. A
Xott. 71. who. a a member of th Sixth
Kansas Cavalry. Companlea K and L.
saw four years of service In th Civil
War. ha not allowed ax to Interfere
with'bia activitie. Mr. Nott will leave
Portland Friday mornlnt to walk to
Boise. Idaho, choosing; tbta mode of
travel In order to cam nrat-nena
knowledge of th country. Mr. Nott
1 th. author of a book entitled "Across
the 1'lalns In li4. He says ha thouxht
nothtnr of walktnc 4 mile a day
when he waa a younjr.r man. II ha
been in Portland since Sunday. I ntll
recently be rcalded at Kids way. Colo.
Tx Cosmcuca Paoroertx. S. T.
How, president of th National Tax
Association, and J. II. lloatetter. tax
commissioner of Kansas, were In Port
land yesterday on their way back from
the I'anama-l'acine Exposition, where
the National convention of tha associa
tion was held. They passed directly
through and went to Newbertr. whare
they will b. visitor until Saturday. At
that time they will return to Portland.
Arrangements will be mad for con
ference. with local tax expert, at that
tlm and th Chamber of Commerce
win provide for the entertainment of
Nrw fimrr Work Paoroero.
Proceedings have been started for the
Improvement of Eaat Forty-seventh
street district at a cost of lilll. The
Improvement I clasaed aa concrete
pavement to be maintained for ten
vear by th city. The district In
clude Kast Forty-eeventh from Fast
Madleon to East Salmon: East Madison
from Eaat Forty-seventh street to
Hawthorn avenue. Th Improvement
of Eaat Twenty-seventh street 1 pro
posed from East Everett street to the
south Una of Icin AOjaition, tne coat
to be about KisS.
ExTaTciio- A ssrjsixT-rri Madk. "Ex
tension of East Morrison street from
East Twentieth to East Twenty-sixth
along the south side of Lone Fir Ceme
tery soon will be completed. The as
sessment ha been made and the entire
cost will be 11103 for Improvements
needed In opening th. street. The Mount
Tabor and Sunnyslde railway branches
occupy the part to be opened on a 30-
foot atrip, that will become part or in
street aa soon as opened. East Morri
son street ts closed beyond East Twen
ty-slxth. but will merge Into Belmont.
IxstrnAX'-it Ma to Tcacm. T. Pant,
xlg. who Is connected with the Port.
land office of the Metropolitan Life In
surance Company, baa been otTeretl ana
has accepted a position Instructor
of mathematics at the University of
Indiana at BloominKton. Ind. He will
leave Portland about September 1 Mr.
Pantxta- was graduated from the Unl-
veralty of Tarta. being a native of
France. II waa passed nve years in
Rtrv. C. R. P.cg to LxtAvm MrxrrraT.
P.ev. C. B. Reea. who was a former
pastor of fie M'thodlst Episcopal
Church at riea.nt Home In this coun-
tr. and for the past two years In
charge of the Estacada Methodist
Church, will leave the ministry Sep
tember 1. It Is announced that ne
will take a poaltton with a Portland
Ijxirro.v 8 rrr to Rit DncipygD. Inas
much as th franchise of the United
Railways Company In the former town
of IJnnton has been revoked by the
County Commissioners-; City Attorney
LaRoch. will recommend to th Coun
cil today the dismissal In the Supreme
Court of the case brought by the Unn
ton people to fore the railway com
pany to remov Ita track.
W'AT-tm Rt'VtKAtT Panr S Mrt.
Flftv-nln men. Including three for
merly employed In th water depart
ment at Unnton. wer. dropped by th
city Water Bureau yesterday following
final completion or the large triinK
water main from Fifty-ninth and Fre
mont streets to th Vernon standplp.
Th men had been employed aa labor
ers since May.
lyotcotT Stat-iov to Ra Virvrn. C
It. Flory. assistant district forester,
left yesterday with A. 8. Peck, of the
forestry offir In Washington. P. C
for a trip to Clackamas Lake. The
trip la being taken aa a part of the
aturllea which Mr. Peck la pursuing
concerning fir. protection, and the
party will climb Mount Hood and In
spect the lookout station.
Mp-kiia! RrrsrsTTXTATrv Hcax.
Representative 5orgc A. Loud, of
Mu-hlran. from th tenth congressional
district, waa In Portland yesterday on
hi way back to Ms homo state after
a long visit la Oregon, the greater
part of whi-h was spent In the timber
secttona of Southern Oregon. Mr. Loud
waa accompanied by his daughter.
Ma. Ragxa frraas Tnjtoirr. City
Commissioner Oeorg. L Baker will ad
dress the people of the Mount Scott
district on -park, and Playgrounds'
tontrht at ( o'clock at the Mill.-rd-ave-nue
Theater. Flfty-nfth avenue and
Seventy-second street. AH are Invited.
PtT IIoaiB Pawaoid. Klre which
started from a spark on the roof of
the dwelling of Joseph Pemsky. 33
Caruthrr street. Inst night about
o'clock did damage amounting to STS.
Px-t.ta I Mrrr SATt-RDAT. The
Portland Delta l'p-llon Club will meet
"aturday noon at the Nortonla Hotel.
CITY IS LOSING OUT
Portland Man Says Tourists
Not Well Looked After.
CALIFORNIA TRIP IS CITED
IT. H. Hayrie Will Address Business
3rrn on Xecrsattr of Organlx
Inj Throughout State to
Care for Traveler.
"Portland Is not getting anywher
near th benefit to which It I n
titled from th tremendous tourist
travel that U sweeping- to and from
th treat exposition In progress at San
Francisco, through Oregon and Port
land, and w should man a special
effort to reap more of th advantages,
said IL II. Haynea. presla.nt or tbe
Portland Vegetarian Company, who has
Just returned from a three weeks' trip
at tha exooaltlon.
Mr. Haynea came home with some
Idea which be want to see worked
out In Portland, by which more of the
tourists will be Induced to make longer
stops her. He thinks this can be done
at small expense.
The Chamber of Commerce Is taking
care of the convention and big men
coming through here. said Mr. Haynea.
"but the great body of tourists are
paaalng through without stopping long
enough to see much, when they stop
at all. and to take car of this class.
Is to my mind, highly Important. Every
minute of the time of the three weeks
I spent on my trip to San ftranclsco
waa full of Interest.
"I found that many thousands are
pouring through Portland, going and
coming, who either see mighty little
of Oregon, or fail to get tbe right Im
presslon. When I made my trip south
the news agents on th train became
Instructors to th passengers as we
reached the California line. They went
through the cars and pointed out every
place of Interest. When the train
made a loop, or climbed a mountain,
they were there to explain everything.
ao we had an excellent idea of the
country through which we were paus
ing. That, to my mind, was a line bit
"This tourist travel will continue
until late In the Kali.' continued Mr.
Haynea. "and it would seem that the
commercial bodies should do some'
thing to get more advantage from this
travel. W could have the news agents
on the trains uniformed to represent
Portland ami give descriptions or tne
city, and tell passengera on the train
how to reach points or Interest In the
short time they spend In Portland."
At a special meeting of the directors
of the East iKlde Business Men's Club
at 153 Grand avenue. It was decided to
hold a luncheon next Monday, at which
time Mr. Haynea will speak on this
matter. President M. B. McKaul. C. C
Hail and Mr. Haynea were appointed a
committee to make arrangements for
the gathering. Invite the represent
lives, and secure a place for the meet
Ing. It was further decided to seek the
co-operation of Salem and Oregon
towns in the south.
JITNEY ACT TEETH CUT
REVISED ORDITANTE TO COME UP
BEFORE COIXCIC TODAY.
Cn tMHF.lt OP rOM-SIF.RCE 1M1.1C.
IU RETAIL TRADE ST1 ItrLr ,
Casssaltlres Will tie Appelated
far All Details.
"Pollar day" Is th next big event
carded by th Portland Chamber of
Coramere. aa a business reviver for the
retail merchant. It Is intended to make
tf-.le event fully o,ual in Importance to
Buyera' week for tbe wholesaler and
manufacturer. Plans are only In tbe
formative stage for Pollar day. but a
committee from the retail merchants
bureau of the Chamber has Investigated
successful events of a similar charac
ter fceld In the East, so aa to b able to
present a tentative programme. The
report will be made at a meeting of
the bureau to b held Thursday noon
at th. Chamber of Commerce. Prepa
rations to entertain all retallera at a
luncheon hav been completed, and dur
ing Ita progress there will be a free
discussion of Poller day. Committeea
will b. appointed and th machinery
for making th event one of tremen
dous signtflcsnc to retailer and their
customer will b set In motion.
-Pur Information Is thst th mer
chant who participate la these selling
vent tt--acta people -a ho were not
rimi'iiar with hi stock, and In many
Inatances It waa found that patrons
discovered lines ef goods that tbey did
not know exists, In their own citlea,"
said Charles K. Berg, chairman of the
general committee in charge.
la connection with l-oliar day an
effort will ba mart, to have tbe store
windows display Oregon products.
laspectl.a, Llceaa and Paaaeager
l.laaltatlea Practically Oaly Orig
inal Pravlsloaa Kent.
With nearly all Its teeth extracted.
the proposed lltney regulation ordi
nance will be aent to the Council this
morning by Commissioner Daly -for
final enactment. The measure has
been under course of preparation by
Mr. Da'y since the Supreme Court
knocked out. on a technicality, the
original jitney measure enacted by the
votera at th Jun election.
In tbe proposed revised ordinance
there have been eliminated the provi
sions requiring weekly fumigation of
cars: requiring printed route signs on
the windshield and sides or tne cars;
prohibiting operation on Washington
street: reaulrlng operation during spe
cified hours: requiring certain sched
ule of operation; prohibiting diversion
There is still left In the ordinance tne
provision for a lltney Inspector to In
vestigate the condition of the cars and
drivers: the provision requiring a li
cense of 12 a month and an additional
fee of IS cents a month for each seat
more than five: prohibiting carrying
more passengers than the seating ca
nacltv and reaulrlng operation on a
designated route with the prlvelege of
diverting from this to deliver pas
sengers to their homee or to go to the
ball park. This messure also requires
reasonable frequency or service.
It is probable the measure will
cause a deadlock Because some mem
bers of t-e Council think the ordinance
should be passed exactly as It was ap
proved originally by the voters.
OWL CAR ROUTING CHANGED
Morrison Bridge to Close to Traffic
After Midnight Tonight.
The Morrison bridge draw will be
open for repairs tomorrow from 13:30
A. M. to t P. M. The Burnslde bridge,
also being closed to owl traffic, will
necessitate turning all Morrison and
Burnslde bridge owl cars back on the
East Side of the river. ,
Two transfer owl cars will be op
erated: on to leave Park nd Mor
rison streets on owl csr tim and the
other to leave Grand avenue and East
Morrison streets upon the arrival of
the owl car at that point.
Transfer owl cars will operate as
follows: From Park and Morrison
streets to Third street, Ulisan street.
O.-W. R. e N. bridge. Adam, street,
Holladay avenue. Union avenue. East
Burnslde street. Grand avenue to Mor
rison street. From Grand avenue and
East Morrison streets to Holladay ave
nue. Adams street. O.-W. R. A N.
bridge. Third street. Morrison street to
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"The WISHING RING"
You could not wish for a play more delightful in comedy
and romance. Vivian Martin is as fascinating as ever.
You'll be in love with her more than ever
"DREAMY DUD GOES BEAR HUNTING,"
a cartoon comedy, full of action and originality, and the
HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY complete the performance.
A wonderful emotional drama, in three acts, brings out all
the emotions of love, hate, fear, remorse and the violence of
anger. Henry B. Walthall, master of emotional acting,
displays his great genius in this most wonderful of photoplays.
NOTED JURISTS COMING
ACCEPTANCES ARE XUMEBOrS FOR
MEETING OF LEGAL PROFESSION.
Washington, Oregon aad Idaho Cities
Are to Be Repre seated by Bench
aad Bar Next Week.
Prominent Jurists in great numbers
will be In Portland next week when tbe
bar associations of Oregon and Wash
ington hold their first joint meeting.
This Is Indicated by the number of
acceptances received by Charles H.
Carey, chairman of the Oregon general
committee, who is sending invitations
broadcast to notables of the bench and
bar In Oregon, 'Washington and Idaho.
Among tbe Judges who have accepted
the Invitations are:
Judge Carl A. Davis. Third Judicial
District of Idaho, Boise; United (States
District Judge Jeremiah Neterer. of
Seattle; Ralph Kauffman, Judge or the
Superior Court, of Kllensburs. Wash.;
Harry H. Belt, circuit judge, -rweiitn
Judicial District of Oregon, Dallas, or.
W. JL. Bradshaw, Circuit judge. Sev
enth Judicial District of Oregon. Thf
Dalles: R. S. Bean. United States Dis
trict Judire, Portland: Frank A. Moore.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
Oregon. Salem: Emmett N. Parker, act
ing Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of Washington. Olympia: uuisiav An
derson. Circuit Judge. Eighth Judicial
District of Oreson. Baker. Or.
Chief Justice George E. Morris, of
the Washington Supreme Court, wrote
to Judge Carey saying that he could
not be present, but that the Supreme
Court would be represented by Justice
Among tho prominent attorneys who
have accepted their Invitations are W.
C. Bryant. The Dalles and Moro; Fred
erick Pteiwer, Pendleton: hmmett (J.
Smith. Hood River: Lewis E. Bean. Eu
gene: Daniel Boyd. Enterprise, and
Howard G. Cosgrove. Seattle.
Blaine Halleck, secretary of the Port
land Transportation Club, has issued a
statement saying tltat the quarters or
the club on the mexzanine floor of tne
Multnomah Hotel will be opened to vis
iting Judges and lawyers during the
three-day meeting. The Transportation
Club has named tho following recep
tlon committee from its membership:
C. A. Hart. W. A. Bobbins. C. H.
Carey. C. E. Cochran. P. C. Wood. W. W.
Cotton. A. c. spencer, tl. iv. ierg.
Franklin T. Griffith. Ellsworth Ben-
ham. J. E. Werleln. H. M. Isaacs. A. w.
Hawkins and E. E. Moore.
Accentances also have been received
from C. C. Colt, president of the Port
land Chamber of Commerce: from
Mayor Albee. and from Thomas C.
Burke, collector of customs.
QUIET DANCE RETURNING
MO-VTROSE" WALTZ TROT OF
FERED BV M. M. RINGLER.
Poftlaad In.trvctora Hosae Frosa Mat-
(era Convention Report All Ath
letic Step lapopojar.
Th smooth waits is coming back
and is becoming popular throughout
the country. The Fox trot and one
step hold first place. Dancing for the
coming season will be smooth and re
fined, and If you want to be considered
correct, no movement of the body or
arms should be indulged in."
This is tbe opinion of Montrose AI.
Rlngler who has Just returned from
San Francisco where he and Mrs.
Ringler have been attending the Amer
ican National Convention of Dancing
Blasters, at the Claremont Hotel.
Dancers from all over the country as
sembled to discuss and standardise the
modern dances. Among. the large num
ber of delegates were seven from
it is Interesting to note that tne
kevnote of the convention was not to
create more new dances, but to sim
plify the popular steps and to adopt
uniform methods of teaching the same
dances." said Mr. Ringler. "TITS Im
portance of this is easily seen as the
dancers who learn in the West should
learn in the same, manner the same
steps for the same dances that are
taught In New York or in any other
part of the country."
Four dances were adopted as stand
ards, and of one of these Professor
Ringler is the author. His Is known
as tbe "Montrose." a waits trot, said
to be a beautiful combination of simple
movements to waits time. This met
with instant favor at the convention.
Other dances adopted will be known
as the "National One-Step" and the
"National Fox Trot." Both are said to
be catchy and graceful. Still another
Is the "Walts Walk," by Oscar Duryea,
of New York who Is known as one of
America's foremost ballroom teachers.
More than 20 dances were shown. M.
Christensen, of Portland, was elected
vice-president for the coming year
and he also taught the latest Castle
School Waits at the Claremont Hotel.
The convention was highly success
ful and the first one of the sort to be
held on the Pacific Coast for 23 years.
THREE THEFTS REPORTED
Home of Japanese Robbed and
Apartments Are Looted.
t Khimhn S3 North Fourteenth
street, reported to the police yesterday
that his home had been entered tne
preceding night and 200 taken. In
i ,, ,t in. th, 1 fin, we.rrt two S10 bill
in Japanese currency. Detectives Hill
and Hammersly investigated me ease.
Thieves-entered the Collinge, Fourth
riav atreAts Mnndav night and
took a quantity of valuable jewelry
from the room or Mrs. ttnei Anuer
rut.tiv,. -prlrm and Mallet investi
trtA vesterrlnv an alleged theft of
$82.50 from under the mattress of Joe
Konaev. who rooms at SOS isicoiai
COUNTY FAIR CONTRACT LET
Multnomah Board Prepares lor
Open ing September 14.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Multnomah county r air Asswiauuii
Kr.r.r.W t h t O CrYtTAft WflS Ifit fOT
the decoration of the pavilion for the
fair opening1 sepxemoer n. x u wu
tract for supplying band music was
n a HuatVAii Trt tVtaa tf fft
HpuriS ri C icLuntu s-v
that the attendance win do greaici
m T-k I e vVlA l?s TH Q TTl O-PlJ
ieSaOr I J U CU., U V w ax,. ll'S a, aa.
ciflc Exposition, will have charge of
-a. .u. .LI. VAa Tha
lOlie&e Ul LIIO iO.ll 1. 11 IB J -caw. w -a.
rectors louna tne ounoings m guuu
JITNEYS CATCH SPEEDER
Fellow-Driver Is Fined $20 After
Chase Tjeads Into Court.
... ...i aft., havlnc he.en chased
several blocks, out Corbett street by
iifreri Thielke nresident of the Jitney
Drivers Union, and several other
Jitney drivers, H. Jacobson. also a
Jitney driver, was iinea au yesieraay
by acting municipal juqka ouuiicr on
a charge of reckless driving.
.-. T T T.- T inlrala, T M Ritntln
and" Jack Gill'is were nned J5 each for
needing and Henry Jtunie was nnea
5 lor violating the tranic oral nance.
Band at Holladay Park Tonight.
The Portland Park Band. W. E. Mc-
Elroy. conductor, will give a concert
tonight at Holladay Park at 8 o'clock.
The programme louows:
March. "The Liberty Belr" (Sousa): over
ture. "11 Guarnay" (Goroei) ; "Pas des
Fleurr intermezzo rrorn Dallet "ana ie
i.k.. i ai(.ftnn "Wans;" (Morsel: oara
hrase, numorous patrol, " mo y w
..Kiin -Rav" ILtntDe): sextette from "Lu
cia" (Donizetti); American sketch. "Down
South" (Myddleton) ; grand selection, "Loh-
enirrln' t V agner; ; unain, " . 1 "a i-.
Housewife Did Mrs. J I ESS give you any
You II Relish
Oa aal at give-away price Friday,
Asian 20, at
WRIGHT'S BIG STORE
COR. t'OlBTH At ALDER STS.
the lunches, dinners and
breakfasts so pleasingly
served at the
Quality and service have
made and maintained the
popularity of this, the fa
vorite dining place of
Lunch, 12 to 2,
40c and SOc
' Dinner, 5:30 to 9
SOc and 75c
When breakfasting down
town, try an Imperial Grill
T.r mi, , A
Seashore and Mountain
That's the reason the Tillamook County Beaches
are growing in popularity so rapidly.
The Coast Range mountains reach to within a few
hundred yards of the Seashore.
You may indulge in mountain climbing and surf
bathing in the same day. You may catch mountain
trout or deep sea fish at your pleasure.
The trip across the mountains to the
Tillamook County Beaches
is unsurpassed on the continent. Here are some of
the finest virgin forests in Oregon.
$4.00 Round Trip Daily
$3.00 Round Trip Week-End
Two trains a day in each direction.
City Ticket Office, 80 Sixth St., corner Oak St.
Phones: Broadway 2769, A 6704.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent.
Under the banking laws of the State
of Oregon the stockholders of this
bank are held liable to depositors for
Two Million Dollars, or double the
amount of the full value of bank stock
owned. Add to this a surplus of One
Million Dollars, making Three Million
Dollars unincumbered cash back of
every depositor's savings here. All
things considered, no greater protec
tion for your money could be devised
than placing it in this strong state
Open an account here today. Attrac
tive interest paid on saving accounts
and time deposits.
LADD & TILTON BANK
Oldest in the Northwest
Washington and Third
The Northwestern College of Law
Formerly University of Oregon Law Dept.
C. U. Gantenbein, Judge Circuit Court, Dean
Free Use of Library, Evening Classes, Moot Court, Public Speak
ing, Three-Year Course leading to LL. B. degree. Faculty of ?0
leading members of Bench and Bar. School year opens Sept. 15.
Send for catalogue and entrance requirements.
CARLTON E. SPENCER, A.B., LL.B., Sec.
Wednesday, September 1, 1915
Why not spend your evenings so that when the opportunity comes
you are ready to grasp it?
Call on our Mr. Walker and plan your Winter's work, or check
the subject you wish to study and mail. We will send full informa
tion. Bookkeeping Banking Dictation (any system)
Arithmetic English Typewriting
Accounting Pitman Shorthand Penmanship
Letter Writing Gregg Shorthand Rapid Calculation
' Special classes in Advanced Typewriting preparing for the GOLD
MEDAL, EFFICIENCY and CIVIL SERVICE Tests.
Enroll Wednesday, September 1, for day and evening school.
4th and Yamhill Sts.
Y. M. C. A. s(Sool
Open September 6
Boys' Elementary School
Civfl Service Courses
Tutoring in Special
Call. or write for catalogueof
fice "open day and evening. En
roll this month. Phones: Main
7065; A 6561.
MISS CATLIN'S SCHOOL
For Boarding and Day Pupils
Opens Ssptsmbor 15. Prepares for East
rn Schools and Colleges. Primary ana
Intermedials departments. lontessori
department for little children. Special
primary for boys. Courses In Art. Music
and Dramatio Work. Open to visitors
durlns Summer at 181 North Twent
thlrd street. Portland, Oregon.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070, A 6095.
WBEN F. GREENE-HARRY FISCHER
3451 STARK STREET