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TITE MORNING OREGOXIAN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915.
riT Kiriir I a I nnirr I Aubt ZHrm to Eaao. The North-
L I IMI-VYI ! nn Lr ...I Angora Goat Association i
cirarra ox maun .. . - r
L. McDonald. Its manager, showed that!
ha UrudT had Bled u assumed busl-
n uu certlflcate In County Clerk
Coffey efflc. A warrant had bean I
issued for hi arrest and Deputy Con
stable Cat Oell escorted Mr. McDonald
to the District Attorneys office. He I
araa released by Tbema O. Ryan,
Deputy DUtrict Attorney.
Hon Bujli Cox ix to Crrr. I
Nearly srery 'day th City Council
cones face to fare with some new
expense In the administration of the
aSalrs of Llnnten and St. Johns, which
bad not been counted upon at the
time of annexation of these two towns
to Portland. The Jatest bill Is 1
from the Bt. Johns water Company for
furnishing water In St. Johns for fire
err ice. The biu. it u saia. wui nave
to be paid.
CITS M T I 0) SOHEDCXXO. The I
reculsr meeting of the fit. Johns Club.
for last Tuesday ntgbt. was postponed I
until next Tuesday night at the old!
City Hall owing- to the concert given
on the streets of that suburb by thai
Portland Bremen's band. After the I
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fsj Or your presence at the FSl
Formal Opening m
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131-133 Sixth St. M
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DOVT WAIT tVTIL THE
7:30 o'clock Saturday rren.
Inji is th Last minute at which
classified ad will be) accepted
for Sunday' Orefronian. Dont
wait ontil thia time, howerer.
By brinrin(c them in sooner yoa
will aroid confusion, there will
b less likelihood of error and
yon will more than likely secure
better position. Class if ied ad
vertising- forms close on other
evenings at 9 o'clock.
Mastery of Emotional Acting Is Shown in the Won
derful Three-Act Emotional Drama
now appearing here for the first time. Henry B.
Walthall portrays with vividness and intensity the
deepest and most soul-stirring of human emotions.
. "TEMPER" it unquestionably one of the greatest
photoplays yet produced. It is plays bearing the
stamp of excellence such as 'TEMPER" hat are
winning under the SUNSET'S new policy.
A PAIR "DIMPLES AND
OF QUEENS' THE RING"
Two Comedies of More "Than Ordinary Merit '
All Three Productions Appearing Here
TODAY and TOMORROW
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W UW aarSase.
St. SL Caay
..r. W. hlrLarea
Attaeaats lateei tar CM Ste-e
k..a. ta Tea ureaoelea -aela aOKa
Irat;rjaa Fma DTS Wonna. After
ettlcc are to the coer oyer elothine
'r a Twenty-elchth aod Tbur-
xsaa streets Wednesday nliftt. three
sura made a precipitous escape from
u, buildins when fstrotmin Ilasen
came open the scene. The officer saw
the flrl one climb from a rear window
. h..l kua rrokra.OPen ana siarteu
In pursuit. The man' ran toward ta
arronrwlA and the officer Bred
Cre times at him., misaina. Hearlna
.Knit ihi ather two men lecamped
Iotiiii two suitcases Inside
toe buildln. All escaped.
Tnaxa MV B l-UA-mr. A move
Bient bss been started looktnc to the
planting of ornamental trees aiona
county rads Includlns: Towell Valley
and the Bae Une and anay. r.
l ..i. a irareervmaa at Russellrllle.
ays they could be ptanted feet
apart. The cost would be about .4
cent, and It le eetlmated that .!
would plant li mllre of treea The
-,.(-r of thl. elan' contend that
ih. roa4s are being hard
lurf.c,d they should be beautined.
CouBit CemraUaioner Ilolman la In.
tmr.mtmA and baa tln the matter
mauMa-VT to P AT TSo.rat..
Tuner. I srrr-es for Ahrr F. Wall will
. h-ll today t Orand arenue
wm.-k tne body will be
tAk'a'lo Rwlxtri where interment
w,t b. mde. Mr. Wall was year.
-,j n. i. .umred by his widow, lie
. Ar isulee iait. iwrw
concert was over th band was an-
tertalned by the local firemen In the
olT Council chamber.
O. W. Joacm to Rartmx ro Noth
-Julius Ia Weler yesterday received a
leles-ram from Oeorga W. Joseph, a
well-knowa Portland attorney who Is
now In Alaska. Air. Joseph bad been
seriously III previous to color north.
but has now entirely recovered. He
expects to start bom the last of the
month and will arrlr In Portland
about September 10.
Beuiiko. the Jeweler, nowst 1S1H Id.
northwest cor. Alder. Alain 12- Adv.
F. E. Mooaa. osteopath, returned.
1 DRILL GOOD QUESTIONED
ADJfTAXT-CEXF.RAI, SAYS OFFI
CERS XOT MADE IX S WEEKS.
STOLEN RUGS IDENTIFIED
THEFTS LAID TO H. G. BAXSOX XOW
REACH , DETECTIVES FIXD.
iieaaraeet Yields Fa rail are, Valaakle
(UiiAim aad Llaea, Which Are
Recwrerew far Owners.
With th Identification, by Mrs.
Georce W. Martin, of rues on th floor
of th houseboat of II. O. Hanson, an
other theft of this master burgisr cam
to light rexerday. making th total
number of crimes attributed to him
Kusi valued at ITS were recoj-nlied
by Mrs. Martin as th ones that had
been stolen from her horn at East
Richth and Center streets on March
of this year.
Porch chair, hammock, rug, silver
ware, linen, and nearly everything
with which the houseboat was fur
nished were stolen. None of th St
crimes of which Hanson Is accused by
Uete-ilvra La falle and Leonard, who
are Inveetlaatina th case. Is based on
unfounded suspicion, but In each cas
Prefraalaaal aad Baalnees Mr Caa Get
Military Tralalas la Ores Xatleaal -Guard.
"It would b Just as practicable to
convert students Rtto doctor and law
yers in a three weeks' course as to
mak them Into military officer In th
This statement was mad Jresterday
by Adjutant-Oeneral Whit In com
menting on proposed camps for pro
fessional and business men.
"Th profession of arm la Just aa
exacting as any other, and more than
some, added Qeneml Whit.
The plan of spreading knowledge of
military matters Is an excellent one.
ha said, "but any business or profes
sional man who expects to fit himself
to lead troops after a course of three,
week of Instruction I going to meet
disappointment. A recruit la hardly
ready to leave th drill lergeant's hands
and Join th company as a private after
such a course.
"If business and professional men
want this Instruction they can receive
It in th Oregon National Guard, under
th direction of Army officers. Such
men are needed In th National Guard,
and there I splendid opportunity for
"National Guard officer earn their
commissions by long service and meri
Business and professional men will
learn a great deal at these three weeks'
camps. But tbey will not learn enough
to qualify them for commissions."
WOODPILE HELD MENACE
Storage on Street to Be Kbrbldden
. Because of Accident".
to th present ordinance prohibiting
torag lor mora than so nays.
It is declared that several accidents
have occurred on account of th wood
piles, among them being the recent
one. in which J. P. Gates was killed
at East Twenty-eighth street and Eandy
3Ir. Olcott Honors Requisition
SALEM. Or, Aug. 1J. (Special.)
Acting Governor Olcott today honored
a requisition of the Governor of Wash
ington for George Barrett, wanted at
North Yakima on a charge or forgery.
Barrett la under arrest at Prlneville.
are unbeco m I n g.
t he result of
forcing the eyes
to do their work
In spit of natural
glasses Iron out
V?iVgvo relief and a
-, if. joon oeeoming
i II ' J appearance.
1 y Let na attend to
your eye needs.
Fifth Fleer, Orecealaa Building.
" " V . . k , Mrs. I'atM Houe- soma of the stolen property has bera
buir. . . Mr, r M recovered from the houseboat. Several Accident attributed to high wood-
r,n I I oi - He was a mem- persons visited th houseboat yester- piles shutting off view of auto drivers
: n w . ot " x xi of .0., dy with the detrctlves, and additional at atreet Intersections has raused the
r or , ?, tdV A. CX 'v W of lxt waa reroa-nlxed by those who had preparation by the Public Safety Cora-
'"' euiy a . Railroad already recovered much atolen prop- mUalon of an ordinance prohibiting
Portland, ana in w" ioa of wood In these Dlace: The
Th most valuable loot Is still miss
Ir.g. and every effort la being mad
by th detective to trar It and re
cover It If possible. Most of their
clew lead to Norway, although on
point toward San Franrlneo.
A. F. WALL PASSES AWAY
Railway Man I Victim
of thort Illness.
. .... . m MDS'rr practic. tea
.. ..I Jicarfl bid. AdV.
M.inea Fr-i'. rti-ad. eiunday. Au-
u.t li. Trains lr water ana tan
xr. at A. M. urrtr. Jicar.r.
Ti r.nt. linn on rxhibitloo at S
W.hlnto street. Tuket on sal at
v..,i. mi iii. h rirar stores: iilbrt s
amok. top. Broadway and Morrison;
Nl ....... .m KrstAjrani. 4. MUr.
Fmpire RtAurnl. 11 Third. N
.l.)iio ill Morrison. Adv.
Fa", lavas' Cirprr'V fscatots
1 . k n k trvlnr. ba rAm ber rernt-
T r.om k.a kom at Antelope, io era
yallrf from VrisntS aisease m't
ear of It. A. r- Kovkry. is so
tAt b l nt pecte-l lire. Mr
1-rine la at ta home ef Ms dAUbter.
ls H. Ir. nr. lit' KAt Lincoln street.
j.r i:,.rkrr rrrt lt r. iriies
con.li;i Is b-prlr-e and doe n em-
p-ct bin to tire lnr lhaa a day or
.1 ita !.. a widow living at 14'l
-nrr-..-.v lu-- r!Ml fi . arenue North: Ira stelers. Mrs.
.ifiuf( will be held at in wan
bona at o'rlork today, th body leav
tag at .li for Roarburg.
masire le proposed a an amendment
Gearhart Golf Tonrnament.
Golf tournament at Gearhart by the I
Sea 'August lJ-23- Prises now on ex
hibition at 10H Fourth street. aov.
CARD OF THANKS.
' We w4gh to express our sincere thanks I
and appreciation to all of our dear I
friends for their kind and tender words I
nf avmnathv. which did so much to I
soothe our great bereavement and lessen I
our sorrow over ine loss oi our uear uo-
parted husband and father.
MHS.CAROL1NE F. ALISKT.
Adv. CHARLES W. A LI SKY.
The wlld-looklna lad whoss hsnd points
skyward and several other directions, ml) I
not be eesred: he may be tryln to break I
In a Tonne and rncnifna pompiaoiir.
A. F. WalL on or th Best-known
railroad men In Oregon, died early yes
terday at H. Vincents Hospital after
a short Illness. M naa ocen in ine
train leervlce of th bout hern I'actnc
he U-'. It. N. aa conductor It
Mr. wil went Into ta rvic or
the ot-W. R. N. 1 yer ago.
widow living at 1491
J I.!., jit.rensor. rrtorrd to his dut!e flm ,0ob, of Portland, a
' d ""'"I I'hilip Math-ws. of l;o.cburg.
f fcia s. a-4'il.l appearance, asd waded ,,.,
noc-4 br ths
sr.. t with a nr
litorniA and NrradA
hi relation. Iurina
h s stsn.-e triAt s. slnre August l
Frr:ri.-k H. ftaJter. Pspair City
Clark, officiated aa JOkipal JuJse.
J R. Iiec Ilea rs Visit J. R
sAair.1. frtht trsfT'-f mAneeer tor the
Northern Fsciflc. rlsitsd I'orttsnd ye-t-rlAv
ea h's WAV borre from Mi
FrincKMa II Is oa his ra-atioa. This
ts th di-et -tuAl rit-tl.in IFiaI Mr.
riAlrd ha k4 ia th last I )'
oi'identallr. ha arrived ber wbii
J M. llAnaAfrd. prvstdeat of th
NortSern nni". ad ethr rSeta:e
were parlivc a visit to 1'ortland.
V. fiua ItrvT Pl. Vr. Fsrah
Ilar.t di-4 at her homa. oa rttstr-thtrd
rsni end Fast Kiltr-nrst street, tn
tie uts EasI i-f, reeterdey at the
tt ef ti rear. "fe had llvrd In Ore-
fr eisrht rrars. Mr. Hunt Is sur
virsd r tire s"is and two dausthera.
. T Hunt, "f Fo't'end. two sons at
J-e.lt La-. Airs. W illism lllllsrd mrvd
Vim M. llnt. ef fortlAnd. Tb fu
BerAl be beii llir.
Mtst-.tA Issfa Vaiihi No ad-
serttslne: fwi'mm tor Musicians' dsr
at Crystal Lake I'srk on Ausust : Is
heir. pubUshe-1 aeccrltng t Gore
1. JseTerr. president ef the Musicians
Mutual AsscH'lattnn. and b bss warned
1-i-Al inerrhsr.ts against fraudulent
-jl:.-i'r for auca a rrcgrsn-me. pur
porttcc te rerreernt the asciatioa.
I1irrrr Hrr PLACxrsirrst ifr
Frote.t has b-so c.ed by M. O. fhea
and 8r others !nt a blacksmith
snoo conducted by XArl Keller at III
-Vancouver arrnue. It Is complained
triat the then is noisv. dirty and smoky
and a general nuisance. Request Is
tna: tlAt Mr. KeKar be forced to
Ca Bear fansao Arm. Left
eAdir.c toe near the cartrach cn
IV'AShlngten street, between West Fark
and Tenth streets, the automobile of
Mrs, J. H. Cook, of Uot Belmont street,
was barcped by a sue-tcar at 1 ! yes
terday afternoon. Th damag was
Tara o vTsswmuioa. Pally round
trta. Tb tiirs aod way landing
Laave Taylor-street dock 11 F. ht
Leave Dalle daily eirtpt Monday. II
U. Tel. alaia (it. Ad.
0"JrrT I"r Fa:rtej Brvtmsox
T. W. Bait Co.. Mala A Ilia. Ade.
Fan Cecm asd pl-nte at Bar View
Jkcfc Sunday. Aug. 15. Adv.
Pa. E. SsajeX W'icxsrrmojt returned.
RECEIVER CHARGES THEFTS
Acroantlng by Carriage Work
Official I Detnanded.
Charging that William Pell tried tol
dWraad th Insolvent Wlllsmett Car-
riACe and Auto Works, of which he f or- I
merly waa proprietor. O. C. Borts-1
n-.Ter. receiver for th company. ys-l
tertar asked that Mr. Sell be forced I
to mak ant reonnting and b enjoined I
from further Interfering with th af-1
fair of the reccirershlp.
Tb rsxivrr alleae that h dls
corered Mr. felle was disposing of I
goods and retaining the money himself.
H'hen h mad this discorery. ays Mr.
Portjmrjrr. h dlsmisard th former I
CRAWFISH ARE PLANTED
Wkm -V at The f
xJl ' Portland H
tlt With goodly company, vith tutrouni- h
irr "g th"1 delight the eyes, the hours
spent here are pleasant hours. If,
Breakfast 6:30 to 12 47
Club Luncheon 12 to 2 A1
Service a la Carte to I A. M. Ml
' . TABLE D HOTE DINNER ON SUNDAY J
5:30 to 8; $1 yT
m Portland Hotel
J Ceo. C. Ober. Manager
The quickest, easiest and most
economical way to get inspira
tion for jaded appetites is to se
lect the best from the best
here where you are also, as
sured of widest assortments.
FANCY HOOD RrVER PEACHES
too boxes Crawford Peaches Cfin
to arrive today, at. per box. . UUI
These will come direct from
our own orchard at Hood
River. They are of extra
fancy quality large fruit
th best of season. Now is
the time to buy them for pre
serving or for table use.
They will keep several days.
CSB OUR HOME-MADE BREAD.
Large Pan Loaf 10c
Regular Size Loaf. 5
Large Raisin Bread lOe
For a new and refreshing home
made Summer drink try Iced Cof
fre TURKISH COFFEE is best
tor th purpose. Make it in the
usual way and serve with Ice.
with or without cream. TURK
ISH COFFEE, S FECIAL, 0C,
TWO POUNDS FOR 00U
DOLE'S, HAWAIIAN PINE
A delicious, healthful Summer
drink the pure juice of ripe
pineapples. 25c size, six I Of)
for 1.20 50c size, three for I iaU
5e RIPE OLrVES White Cross
Drand, the best quality of ACn
large fruit for.
"The eervice In your Delicat
essen Department has been a con
stant revelation to me since I
first began to investigate and try
it about three weeks affo." said a
lady customer yesterday. "My
family is just as well satisfied
with the quick and easy dinners
thus made possible, as formerly
by doing all our own cooking,
and It is cheaper, too."
Tou may likewise profit. In
vestigate today. Phone Main 7200,
or A 6181.
290 STaARK ST
t"omrni.ton Frovtdrs for Trent
renter and Diamond Lake.
N The Stat Fish and Gam Commis
sion has just finished planting In Cr. I
Irr Lake tee crawfish from Odell Lak
with a vlw to propagating food for
th trout. Thla step was found nec
sary because ef the manner la which
trout hare been multiplying In Crater
Lake In recent years.
The commission also planted SOlO
crawfish la L'lamond Lake to make pro-I
vision for th trout with which th lat
ter lak has just been stocked.
Odell Lak Is about Ti mile from
Crater Lak and T mHes from Dla-1
COIN MACHINE MFG. CO. I
Stork-aranted. Inqulr 111 Lewis bldg.
Kn'cht Shoe Co.,
Morrison street near Broadway. 14 and
IS Pumps and Military Oxfords, all
lies and width. ILti.
Hundred of pairs, small sLle. tie I
A little foresight, trenthened by
habit, make a savings bank de
positor, and eventually a thrifty one.
As the balance grows, sa does the
incentive to save and to add to it.
Make up your mind to become
thrifty. Place your savings in this
strong state bank, where they will
earn an Attractive Rate of interest,
and be absolutely secure. One dollar
or more will open a savings account
LADD & TILT0N BANK
Oldest in the Northwest
Washington and Third
Capital and Surplus
Two Million Dollars
They combine near and far vision
In one lens. Yet they have no lines
or seams to blur your vision give
you a freakish appearance or accentu
al your age.
And thev free you from fussing
with two pair of glasses.
TV- ... n .i.n furnish anv other style
n, i.ns ss waII ti all the very latest
and best eyeglass mountings and
frames at reasonaoie prices.
HERE ARE SOME OF OUR
Lenses Sphero in your own
Lenses Sphero in Aluminum
Lenses Sphero in Gold - Filled
Lenses Sphero (curved) in G. E.
Glass Mtg (5.00
Kryptok Lenses gS.00 to $15.00
STAPLES, The Jeweler Optician,
162 First Street
ier Morrisom, Portlajid Or
that are prepared and ar
ranged in dainty, cool, attractive-like
that answer the required
taste these warm noonday
hours, and afternoons.
that refresh and invigorate
the tired business man and
Are to Be Had to Your
Reopened by Seward Hotel Co.
After four years under separate
management the Seward Hotel
Dining-Koom is again under th
management of the Seward Hotel
Co. Hereafter an excellent
e u i s 1 n e will be maintained at
We serve an excellent popular-
priced business men'g lnnch from
11 A. M. to 2 P.
Sunday Table d'Hoto dinner
5 to 8:30 P. M, $1.00.
W. M. Seward, Manager.
WANTED. By young- man.
29 years of aire, position
as assistant Credit Man.
Am now employed as book
keeper by wholesale house,
have good knowledge of
credit work. Can give bond
and first-class references.
Af 19, Oregonian.
Phone Tour Want Ads ta
Main 7070. A 6095.
IQCHWAB PRINTING CO
kl DCKI c-r.DrFWF-HAPDV FISCHFP
beS STARK STREET
tk pair Adv.