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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAy. SATTJRPAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915. 7
CITY NEWS. IN BRIEF Farmers of the Damascus district will I . Jl ("""""'"'"'""""""".".aB
I hear j ful I Hii-itiiTi of "Rural fritc" -JTisl II I
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Managing; Editor Main 7070. A . oos
t-lly Editor Main 707O. A 60S5
feundav Editor Mala 707O. A 0W5
Advertising Department.. .Main 7070. A af'BS
City circulation. Main 7070. A 60K3
Composing-room Main 7070. A (SOUS
rriutlng-room Main 7070. A sous
Superintendent Building.. .Main 7070. A 6085
HEILIO THEATER (Broadway and Taylor
streets) Motion picture. "Tha Birth of
BAKER THEATER (Sixth and Morrison
streets) Tonight, "The Tapping at the
Door," auspices of Hen Franklin Club.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Varied amuse
ments, concert band and vaudeville.
rAXTAGES (Alder at Broadway) Vaude
ville. Performances 2:30, 7:30 and tt:30
EMPRESS (Broadway and Stark) Vaude
ville. Performance 2:3o, 7:30 and 8:15
4 OKEGOXUS AT RESORTS.
J Subscribe with the following agents
, at your Summer resort, to secure the
e most prompt delivery of The Ore
4 gonlan. City ratea Subscription by
f mall are payable In advance:
t Bar View K. F. Jacks
I Bay City. Or K. P. Uarcber
i By Ocean .. W. 8. Joans)
Brighten, Or W. A. Bows
f Carson, Wash Carl B. Nmltb.
Mineral Springs Hotel
4 Mrs. N. E. Borkbead
f Ecolx, Or X.. W. Crone
I Garibaldi 1). C, Kills
,i Gear hart, or Mrs. M. 8. Elliot
' 1 Long Beach . . . J. H. Straobal
Lake Lytle. ........... ..Frank Miller
Manhattan frank Miller
Manzaolta E. J. Kardell
Megler. Or Louis Cohen
J Nahcotta, Wash J. H. Brews
Newport, Or O. F. Herron
Ocean Park I. E. Beechey
" Ocean Lake Park....O. L. Comstock
Rockanay Beach Frank Miller
Saltalr Frank Miller
t Seaside, Or Clark Utratton
sesriew. Wash... Constable Putnam
Twin Bocks ..Frank Miller
Tillamook, Or J. 8. Lamar
W heeler, Or B, H. Lady
WUliult Springs F. W. McLaren
Advertisement Intended for City News
in Brief columns In Sundays Issue must be
ft o'clock Saturday evening.
Mrs. It os a Dcvall Bcried. Funeral
services of Mrs. Rosa Duvall, of 428
Umatilla avenue, Sellwood, who died
suddenly in the hopfield near Indepen
dence, Tuesday, were held yesterday
from Ilolman's chapel, and Interment
was in Milwaukee Cemetery. Mrs.
2.uvall was apparently in good health
when she left home, but on the fol
lowing; morning dropped to the floor,
life being extinct within a short time.
Mrs. Duvall was born April 4. 1883, in
Kinsley. Kan. She is survived by her
husband. E. V. Duvall, and four sisters,
Mrs. Alice Timms, Portland; Mrs.
Amelia Lancaster, Kinsley, Kan.; Mrs.
Mary Niedermark, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Mrs. Nellie Theurkauf, Santa' Monica,
t'al.; two brothers, Herbert Howling,
of Mullbury, Kan., and Arthur H. Dowl
ln;r, of Milwaukie, Or.
New Improvements Proposed. An
improvement district has been fc-rmed
of Kiist Forty-seventh street from East
Madison to East Salmon streets, and
East Madison street from East Forty
seventh to the west line of Hawthorne
Terrace. This improvement Is classed
as a concrete pavement, the roadway to
be maintained for ten years by the city.
he estimated cost of this improvement
is 15187. In the South East Side it is
proposed to improve Sixty-fourth ave
nue from the east line of East Fifty
second street to East Fifty-fifth street,
the Improvement to consist of concrete
sidewalks and grading. The estimated
cost is $1103. East Forty-second street
between East Taylor and Belmont
streets is to be paved with concrete
at an estimated cost of $2883.
I'r. Boyd Returns. Rev. John H.
Boyd. D. D.. has returned to the city
after an absence of four weeks. Dr.
Boyd conducted a course in religious
education in the student conference at
Mount Hermon. Cal., early in August,
and preached for the congregation of
the First Presbyterian Church of
Berkeley. Cal., of which Dr. Lapsley A.
McAfee is the pastor. The final week
of his vacation was spent among the
mountains adjacent to his country place
at Cheiryville. Dr. Boyd will fill his
pulpit in the first Presbyterian Church,
Twelfth and Alder streets, both morn
ing and evening tomorrow. His dis
course for the evening service has been
suggested by the picture production of
The Birth of a Nation."
Famii.t Ooes East for Visit. Mrs.
J. M. Nlckum, of 501. East Forty-first
street, accompanied by her two daugh
ters. Miss Mayde Nickum and Mrs.
Elizabeth MIddiebrooks, and two sons,
left yesterday for a trip in the East.
Mrs. Nickum will be absent two months
and her daughters eight months. They
go direct to St. Louis, Mo., where Mrs.
Middlebrook's 10-year-old son will be
treated for infantile paralysis from
whirhs he has been a sufferer for three
years. Mrs. Nickum will visit her old
homo town of Bloomtleld, la. The
daughters will visit Louisville, Ky, and
Palm Beach, Fla. ,
Ford Official, Coming. According
to advices received in Portland yester
day. James Couzens, vice-president and
treasurer of the Ford Motor Company,
of Detroit, will arrive in Portland at
7:20 o'clock this morning in a private
car en route home from a visit at the
Panama-Pacilic Exposition. Mr. Couzens
and hjs party left Medford yesterdav
nfter a tour through Crater Lake Na
tional Park. During his stay in Port
land Mr. Couzens will inspect the Ford
factory branch at East Eleventh and
Division streets and will be entertained
by the officers of the Portland branch.
CJl'ARTERLT M SET I NO OPENS. The
cjuarterly meeting for Portland dis
trict for the Friends Church opened
yesterday at the Lents Friends Church,
and will continue today and Sunday. A
business meeting was held last night.
Meetings will be held today and
Sunday at 10:30 A. M., 2 P. M. and 8
P. M. Ministers are in attendance from
EVerett. Scuttle and other points.
W. J. McLaren to Speak. Rev. w.
J. McLaren, of the Portland Commons
and the Pacific Rescue Association, will
speak at a meeting to be held tomor
row night at the Lents Baptist Church.
Harry Linn. an opera singer, will
render several selections. Several
speakers will deliver short addresses.
Beth Israel. Services Set. The New
Year services at Temple Beth Israel
will be held Wednesday night at 8 and
Thursday morning at 10. The officers
of the congregation are extremely
anxious to seat all who desire to at
tend. The religious school opens Sun
day, Septeenber 12.
For Rent. West Side, six-room flats,
fine neighborhool. near new Couch
School; fireplace, furnace, with hot
wa;er coll, every convenience. The
yrlce is right. See them today 723U.
and T25 Tvearney, near 22d st- Adv.
Library Hours Announced. The
Central Library. Tenth and Yamhill
streets, will be open for reading only
from 2 to 9:30 P. M. on Monday Sep
tember 6, Labor day.
Special for Saturday. Our regular
43-ceut bulk coffee, 25 cants; only four
rounds to a person. Martin Marks
Coffee Co.. 2;2 Third st. Adv.
Labor Day. Same service and ex
cursion rates to Bull Run and Estacada
as on Sundays. Special added service
to Columbia Beach. Adv.
School Books bought, sold and ex
changed. 170 6th. opp. Postoffice. Adv.
Dr. &eujn(3. Selling bldg., returned.
Rural, Credits to Be Discussed.
Farmers of the Damascus district will
hear a full discussion of "Rural Credits"
this afternoon at the Damascus Grange
nan by W. H. H. Dufur. of Portland. To
afford all farmers opportunity to hear
Mr. Dufur the Grange will hold an open
session, and has invited all interested
to attend. Mr. Dufur has made a care
ful study of rural credits for four years,
and has succeeded in getting the Ore
gon State Grange to adopt resolutions
favoring hia plan of basing rural
credits on non-Interest bearing bonds,
whieh he will explain in detail in his
address. Mr. Dufur invites questions
on all points. A committee from
Damascus Grange will meet Mr. Dufur
at Sycamore by automobile.
Druggist's "Widow Gets Stork.
Frank Nan, the druggist, who died Au
gust 30, left an estate worth between
J5000 and $10,000. according to-the ieti-
tion for letters of administration filed
in County Clerk Coffey's office yester-
aay Dy -MalarKey. Seabrook & Dibble.
The widow, Mrs. Louise B. Nau, a son
17 years old and a daughter of 10 are
tne only heirs. Judge Cleeton ap
pointed Mrs. Nan administrator of the
estate and signed an order which per
mits her to assume control of the
e Warehouse Building Leased.
Through the agency of J. Fred Staver
and George Brown the two-story and
basement building now under the
course of construction on the north
west corner of Fifth and Davis streets
has been leased for a term of ten years
to the Pacific States Electric Company
and to the Jones Mercantile Company.
The electric company will occupy the
corner of the building and two-thirds of
its space. The building will, be oc
cupied about November 1. The contract
price for the construction is $26,500.
Wn.D West Parade Today. Advertis
ing the Clarke County Fair, held in
Vancouver, the buckaroos of Irwin
Bros." troupe will parade in Portland
this morning at 10:30. The parade will
cover both the East and West sides,
and will be routed as follows: North
on Grand to Oregon, thence across
the Steel bridge to Third, thence to
Taylor, thence to Broadway, thence to
Pine, thence to Fourth, thence to Mor
rison, thence across the Morrison-street
bridge and disband.
Single Taxers to Meet. The regular
meeting of the "Oregon Single Tax
Association" will be held in room H
Central Library Saturday night at o
o'clock. Christina Hermann will ad
dress the meeting on the subject of
"Women's Suffrage and Single Tax in
Oregon." Other women members of
the association will join in the general
discussion which will follow. A. D.
Cridge, who has been to the conven
tion at San Francisco, will be present
Escaped Convicts Sought Here.
Four guards from the Oregon Peniten
tiary at Salem and City Detectives
Goltz and Abbott made a vain search
of the city yesterday in an effort to
find Joseph Johnson and John Laine,
the two convicts who made their escape
from the Penitentiary Thursday. The
two convicts are said to have been seen
at Wilsonville at 9 o'clock Thursday
Grain Standards to Be Set. The
grain standards bureau of the Cham
ber of Commerce will meet at the Mer-
cnants Exchange at 2:30 next Tuesday
aiieriiuon io Degin nxing the standards
on Northwest grain products for the
current season. M. H. Houser Is chair
man of the bureau. The standards of
the Portland Chamber of Commerce
are accepted for 'Northwestern crops
in grain markets throughout the world.
"Shall, America Be Foreignized?"
Hear this address by Dr. Loveland at
the First Methodist Church Sunday
night. 'Can America be made foreign?
Why the hyphen? Can American ideals
and institutions be overthrown by the
foreign element? Hear the quartet and
vested chorus which makes its first ap
pearance at this service. Come at 8
r. . ivi. AQV,
Freight Employes to Picnic. The
employes of the East and West Side
lreight departments of the Southern
Pacific Railway, who- could not attend
the picnic given at Salem by the com
pany will be given a picnic to Bar
View, Tillamook, next Monday, the
trains leaving in the morning and re
turning in the evening.
City Manager Protest Meeting To
night. A meeting to protest against a
city manager system of municipal gov
ernment will be held tonight at the
Public Library in the main hall.
Eleventh and Yamhill streets side, at
a odocK. tne meeting will be open
to the public and discussion will be
-ome to famith's Market, 228 Alder
at., iur your Dargains: Pot roast beef
10c; shoulder steak, 12Vic; sirloin steak
15c; shoulder roast veal. 10c in nu..
shoulder veal steak. 12t4c; veal stew'
breast veal, 10c; bacon. 15c t.n
1 MM. a-t
, 1 rT myt-, Knian diniTMni u r
TD) h VP3 Si
Century Maid Chorus of 12 -New
Scenery, New Costumes
Opening Bill: "Two Married Men
Big Electrical Numbers
12 Sure-Fire Musical Hits
$1.00 Show for 25c
Big Orchestra . 9:00 P.M.
Good Principals ,
2:30and Fine Show and
7:30P.M. Latest Songs
Three Shows Daily 2:30, 7:30 and 9:00 P. M.
Nights, Sun. Mats., 15$ and 25
Week-Day Matinees, 10 and 15
Labor Dat Picnic Arranged. A
"stay-at-home" picnic will be held
Monday on St. Stephens Church
grounds, Kast Forty-second and Kast
Taylor streets, with amusements for
ail who come. There will be races
and games of every sort with an ad
dress by a prominent labor leader on
the significance of Labor day. The
grounds are in good condition, and all,
whether members of the parish or not.
H. K. Vernon Will Visit. H. E.
Vernon, general agent for the Santa Fe
accompanied by Mrs. Vernon and their
cnuaren will leave tonight for the Cali
fornia expositions. They will visit San
Francisco first and then proceed to Los
.ingeies ana ian Uiego. As the Port
land representative of the Santa Fe,
Mn Vernon has administered to the
personal wants of . hundreds of pas
sengers visiting Portland after passing
will be welcome if they cannot attend over the Santa Fe to the exposition
jii account 01 the rush of business in
his office he has- been unable to get
away to see the fairs until this time.
Just Arrived, a particularly attrac
tive assortment of Fall suitings. You
will be interested in my J40 tailored
suits. Herbert Greenland, 201-5 Morgan
35c; No. 5s, 55c; No. 10s,
lard. No. 3s
1.10. Adv. '
Tatlor-Street M. E. Church. The
usual open-air meeting held by the
members of this church at Third and
Taylor sts., will be addressed by Rev
H. S. W'allace at 10:15 A. M. on Sunday",
in front of the locked and barred doors
of the old church. Adv.
Rev. A. R. McLean Returns. Rev.
A. R. McLean, pastor of the Sellwood
Methodist Church, has returned with
his family from Ocean Park. Wash.,
where they spent several weeks. Rev!
Mr. McLean has resumed hi nast,i
Cripple Is Arrested. Peter Doll, a
cripple, was arrested last night by De
tectives Swennes and Molonev fni- an
alleged attempt to rob a drunken man
in me street, uoii was charged with
Monday Excursion. Multnomah Falls
and return. Dalles Columbia line,
steamer State of Washington. From
Taylor-st. dock 8 A. M.; fare. 75c round
trip, ouc one way. Main 613, A 7712
Stmr. Twin Cities for Kennewick
and way points, 7:30 A. M., Monday
morning, Sept. 6. foot of Taylor st. Pas
sengers for Multnomah Falls. 50c.
Dalles Columbia line. Phones: Main
613. A 7712. Adv.
the inspection of the Columbia River
Highway. The annual picnic of St.
Philip Neri's parish. East Sixteenth and
Division streets, Ladd's Addition, will
be held Monday. Committees . of men
and women of the parish have charge
of the arrangements.
Masons Leave for Seaside Todat.
A large delegation and the crack degree
team ot Washington Lodge, No. 46,
Masons will leave this afternoon by
the North Bank Railway for Seaside,
where they will be met and entertained
by Seaside Lodge. A banquet awaits
the visitors at Seaside, and a night
full of business and interest. At the
meeting tonight Washington Lodge
olficers will confer the degrees. The
delegates will return Sunday and Mon
day. H. H. Young, worshipful master
of Washington Lodge, has the manage
ment of the trip in hand.
Druggist Pats for Stolen Cigars.
J. M. Haberly yesterday paid Tom J.
Long, blind cigar dealer at the City
Hall, $100 in cash for cigars and other
goods which Haberly admitted that he
has been stealing. Detective Hyde
caught Haberly two days ago. Haberly
was released when he gave Mr. Long
a $100 mortgage on his drugstore at
Thirteenth and Morrison streets. Yes
terday he paid the $100 and Mr. Long,
accompanied by Detective Hyde, went
to the Courthouse and released the
Miss Shannon Recovers. Miss Nellie
Shannon, who has undergone several
severe surgical operations, the most
recent being at St. Vincent's Hospital,
is reported recovering and able to be
about in a wheeled chair. Miss Shan
non expects to return to her home in
Sellwood in a short time.
. 75 Cents Round Trip. Go to Bull
Run or Estacada for Sunday or Labor
day outing. Adv.
Vert attractive monthly rates at
Hotel, Cornelius. Come and let us show
FOREST VIEWER RETURNS
T. T. Munger Reports Few Fires in
. Xorthem Washington.'
. T. T. Munger, forest examiner in the
timber sales department of the dis
trict forester's office, has just returned
from a trip through the Colville and
Okanogan National forests in Northern
Washington. Mr. Munger reports that
there h&ve been a few fires in the
northern part of the- state, but the
recent rains that fell there iave con
trolled them and no more trouble from
them is expected.
Mr. Munger went to Northern Wash.
Jngton to look after the timber sales
maae m the rorests during the Summer.
4,000,000 FLIES SHOWN
Hatching Process Seen In Kxhibit
Maintained by City.
Two million more dead flies have
been added to the City Health Bu
reau's fly exhibit in a window on
Washington street, between Broadway
and Park street. This makes a total
of 4,000.000 flies. The exhibit is for
In addition to the results whifh m.-iv
ing fly tra
The Public Cordially Invited
To attend and inspect the
Peach Cookery Contest
of the '
& Navigation Co.
Northeast Corner Broadway and Oak Street
Diagonally Opposite Hotel Benson
Open 12 Noon Till 10:30 P. M.
Boys' School Suits
With Two Pants
Boys' Ironclad Stockings, special
at, pair 20c
Boys' Bell Blouses, light or dark
colors, special 40C
Boys' School Caps, all colors and
Boys' Shoes in gunmetal, button
and lace, at. . .2.00 and up
We're ready with stylish new Norfolk
Suits with two pairs of full-cut knickers.
They're made of sturdy, serviceable mate
rials and strongly sewed for school wear.
A wide range of patterns. a qj
Special now at prO0
You may want a finer suit with extra pants.
We have them in new Norfolk styles of fine
worsteds, cheviots,' tweeds and mixtures at
56.50, $7.50, ?10, $12.50.
Long-Pants Suits are here in new tans, browns
and gray mixtures. Stylish English and "semi
English models, ?9.45, ?12, $14.
TpTT71771 A handsome pocket knife free with
J- JLVJ-J-lli boys' suits.
Steinbach & Co.
GUS KUHX, Pres.
S. & H. STAMPS GIVEN
ry 4 he Now Wa y U
7 . ft
g S. S. Xorthern Pacific, 5
g S. S. Oreat Northern. J
I SERVICE PLUS 1
I5 (1) Voluntary Kxprennion From
g I. A. Young, Albany.
"The ship , rides as steady
A as my Packard and it
makes a well-built gull
s hustle to keep alongside."
a Doily Excursion Farm.
30 Round Trip. One War, S8.
Klftn and Stark.
San F1 rand sro,
6K Market St.
as shown, the exhibit contains a Jar
in which flies are now seen hatching
out irom garDage.
Sunday excursions: To Cascade Locks
on steamer iJailey Gatzert. $1 round
trip, waves Aider-street dock 9 A. M.
Arrives back 5:4 5 P. 11. Phone' Main
14, A 5112. Adv.
If you are contemplat
ing a college career,
now is the time to en
roll at Portland Acad
emy. Over one-half our gradu
ates enter college. The
balance are among the
most successful business
and professional men and
women of the Pacific
Northwest. The 27th
school year begins a week
from Monday. Write for
a catalogue and the fullest
details concerning the
school today to
JAMES F. EWING, Prin.
Portland Academy, 13th
and Montgomery Sts.,
COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME
San Jose, California
Accredited to State University.
Courses: Collegiate, High School,
NOTRE DAME CONSERVATORY
Location San Jose. "The City of
Schools." in the beautiful Santa
Clara Valley, far-famed for its de
lightful and equable climate. For
SISTER SI I'.I'.HIOH.
Accredited to Colleges. -rammir and Primary
srades. Fourteenth year. Catalogue upon ap
plication. Address Miss Harker, Palo Alto. Cal.
Marshall 1 ; Home, A 6281
MARKET ONLY OPEN TILL 9 A. M. MONDAY
AT SPECIAL SAVING PRICES
BEST SELECTED 7 T
LAMB 191 5 -LAMB
Legs, Loins, Racks, lb : 18$
Shoulders, lb . . .12?
Breasts, lb. 10c
Lamb Chops (Frenched), lb. 40
Lamb Chops (Rib), lb . 25
Lamb Cutlets, lb 14
CHOICEST PRIME STEER BEEF
Rolled (boneless) Roast Beef, lb .Sd
Pot Roasts (all cuts), lb 14
Hamburg;, lb jo y2
Boiling Beef, Plate, Brisket, Short Rib, lb 10o
Rolled (boneless) Corned Beef, lb lS1'
Plate, Brisket, Short Rib Corned Beef, lb 10c
REMEMBER, we have a large assortment of -COOKED COLD
MEATS, such as CORNED BEEF. CORNED BEEF TONGUES,
SMOKED TONGUES, JELLIED TONGUES.
Nice sliced cold for Monday's luncheon.
JONES' "PRIDE OF OREGON" BRAND ''
Manufactured Right Here
Hams, half or whole, lb 18d
Cottage Hams (nearly boneless), lb IGd
Picnic Hams (6 to 8 pounds), lb lie
Bacon (choice stock), half or whole strip, lb. -20-22
Tenderloin Bacon Backs, half or whole strip, lb 18
Special Bacon, lb 121c
No. 3 Pure Lard TlHtS
No. 5 Pure Lard 63
No. 10 Pure Lard. -S1.20
No. 5 Crown Com
No. 10 Crown Comp. 85c
Phone Orders Taken We Deliver We Make Penny
Household Bank Accounts
The management of household finances
ought to be a business matter. The mem
ber of the family who looks after the ex
, penses and pays the bills should have a
bank account. Paying bills by check gives
one an accurate record of where the
money goes, and canceled checks, which
the bank returns, are receipts for all
money paid. We have a large number of
household accounts and would welcome
Fifth and Stark
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,
$1.50 per day and up. Take our Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius, President . H. E. Fletcher, Manager
PHONE YOUR WANT ADS TO