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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1915)
TTTTC MORNTNG OTCF.GONTAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEirRER 29, 1915.
MILWAUKEE GETS .
Transcontinental Line to Use
O.-W. R. & N. Tracks From
Portland En Route East.
NEAR OCT. 15 IS DATE SET
Present Omaha-Chicago Arrange
ment Will Be Abandoned Port
land Offices of Bis Koad May
Resume Sales Department.
Direct passenger service between
Portland and Chicago over the lines of
the O.-W. R- & N. Company and the
Milwaukee system will be inaugurated
soon after Oceober 15.
At the name time, the service now
in effect whereby the Milwaukee han
dles the O.-W. R. & N. Company s
t-.i Mn 4 and 5 between Omaha
and Chicago will be discontinued. It
is probable that those trains will be
handled east of Omaha by the Chicago
& Northwestern system, which also
handles the O.-W. R. & N. Company s
TT 17 r,ri 1 8 between umana anu
Negotiations providing these changes
hv heen in oroerress for the last few
weeks and Just have been carried to a
successful conclusion by traitic du
ctals representing the two interested
lines at Chicago.
Service Will Be Direct.
This arrangement will provide the
Milwaukee system yith direct passenger
service into Portland from all its main
line points between Spokane and Chi
cago and will give the O.-W. R. & N.
Company its first direct entrance Into
st Paul and Minneapolis. It is be
lieved the service will be profitable to
in thin connection, it is reported
that negotiations now are in 'progress
between officials of the Union Pacific
system of which system the O.-W. R. &
N. Company is a unit and the Milwau
kee system providing for a lease of
the O.-W. R. & N. tracks between
Marengo. Wash, and Portland on
Infnt user basis.
This would give the Milwaukee its
long-sought entrance into Portland for
both its freight and passenger traffic
But these supposed negotiations do not
Include provisions for terminal facil-
ltes in Portland for the Milwaukee,
Joint Traffic Issue Revived.
The Joint traffic plans have been
proposed repeatedly in the past, but
never have developed Jto a definite
conclusion. Now. however, it is said,
the negotiations have been reopened.
By this arrangement the Milwaukee
second Monday after October 9. On
other Mondays dances for single people
will be held. The schedules for the
men's and boys' gymnasium classes is
Boys, 8 to 14 years Monday and Wednes
day 4 to 5:30 P. M. ; Saturday, p to 10:30
Day lunlors, 14 to 18 years Tuesday and
Thursday. 4 to 8:30 P. M. ; Saturday, 10:30
to 12 A. M.
Night Juniors. 13 to 20 years Tuesday and
Friday, 7:30 to 9 P. M.
Seniors, 21 years and over Monday and
ThiirsHav 7 ;S0 to 0 P. M.
Business men Tuesday ana FTiaay, l-iu
to 3 P. M.
Practice, boys Friday, 4 to 5:30 P. 31.
Practice, day Juniors Saturday, 3 to
Basketball Saturday. 7:30 to 9:30 P. M.
The regulation suit is whltei Jersey and
white pants, and shoes without nails or
heel The classes will be directed by H. O.
The schedule for the women's and
children's classes will be as follows:
Kindergarten class, boys and girls under
6 years Monday, Thursday ana Ssaturaay,
1:30 P. M.
Junior class. 7 to 10 years, inclusive
Monday and Thursday, 4 P. M.
Senior class, lo to IS years, inclusive
Tuesday and Friday. 4 P. M.
Women s class I Tuesday ana riaay,
10:30 A. M.
Women's class II Tuesday and Friday,
1 :03 P. M.
Women's class III Tuesday and Thurs
day. 8 P. M-
All classes are an hour and a half, except
kindergarten, which is one hour.
The costume required for any class is
dark bloomers, white middy and soft-soled
shoes without heels. Miss Carln H. Deger-
mark will direct these classes.
VALGA'S TIME IS FAST
CHAMPION S-YEAR-OLI) TROTTER
WINS ON CHOPPY TRACK.
Bessie R, Favorite,
WATER BUREAU TO
COST LESS IN 1916
Estimate Prepared by Com
missioner DalJ Calls for
Outlay of $1,071,407.
REDUCTION IS $45,714.37
Heaviest Increase for Tear in Di
vision of Construction, as Head
works am Will Cost $110,0O0.
Salaries Ldst Is Lower.
To nnerate the "Water Bureau dur
ing i916 will cost J45.714.37 less than
during the present year, according to
the water budget filed yesterday by
Commissioner Daly. The budget shows
a big decrease In the proposed amounts
fnr caisrips due to a decrease in the
proposed amount of construction. It
shows an increase in the Interest on
bonds, a decrease in the proposed pur
chase of materials and supplies and
The total cost of the bureau during
1916 according to the budget estimates
Li,.!. t.w. Rnnd Clremlt 1 will be l.u l.iu . inn actual t
i oDerattne tne Dureau auruiK mo
Event, but Only After Hard F1sr"t. t year with the expenditures for
t. I Octoher and November estimated will
be $1,117,121. These iigures inciuue
all exDenditures made by the Water
COLUMBUS. Sept. 28. Volga, cham- Bureau from the water fund which Is
plon 2-year-old trotter of this racing raised by water revenue and not from
season. eteDDed the last naives 01 two
one-mile heats In 1:03 and 1:04, while
winning the Chicago Horseman and
Spirit of the Times futurity, one of the
principal events on today s grand cir
cuit. Over a ohoppy track, Volga fin
ished each heat alone, Bingen Silk in
A bie- Increase in the item of con
struetion and extension is shown in
the budget, there being a total
Sill. 500 provided as compared with
J45 expended during the present year,
This item includes the cost ol con
turn placing by rushes past Suldine and structing a dam at the headworks to
Walnut Tree. The winner last week cost $110,000. The construction of
won the Horse Review race for trotters water mains is listed in the budget
of her age. I under the item of supplies, material,
Lizzie Brown, counted on to have I eauipment and personal service.
the Chamber of Commerce trotting The estimated cost for 1916 is subject
stake at her mercy, won, but five heats I to additions or subtractions which
were required. She broke at the turn I may be made by the Council making
home while leading in the nrst neat I transfers or tunos or appropriations
and the third heat, when near the fin
ish, her unsteadiness was repeated.
not listed in the budget.
Following is a comparison
Bessie R was first choice in the 2:15 (amounts asked for 1916 and the es
pace, but raced second to Mary Coast- I timated expenditures for 1915
man, the latter taking the last three of
five heats. In this race, Fred Egan
ma tokpn'frnm behind Dexter Direct. I Salaries
.Tiido-oa 7-f.lievert Driver Marsh, who ?P!'"Br"cs
had Durin In the 2:18 tort after the SS T.i
second heat. The horse, the original Kqulpment
. . . , , . . . r I . .
tnira. dui dtoko oeioro m mot - ,.
ter was reached, unward x orDes won Bond sinking fund 143.8HO
the race in straight heats.
:1S class tiaeinr. in 6. nurse. $1200 I munlcatlon
Mary Coastman, b. h-by Coast- I Contingencies
LlKht, heat and power
(Barry) 11 7 11 1 I Fixed charirea
by Captain H.
b. m., by Devil Hal
2 12 3 1
will hava a standard sleeping car and I Bessie R.. b. m.,
a tourist car on the O.-W. R. & N; Com- 0"nn
nany's Spokane train leaving .fort- R,.) ' i 5 9 t
luTiri d f draft in the eveniner and con- I Tanen. Madam Mac. Joe Ashland. Dexter
necting with the Chicago, Milwaukee mnact, joe .bosks, rainci m , ra.
& St. Paul's "Columbian- at bpoKane 2714. 2:08S, 5:0t
the following morning. I Chamber ot Commerce Btake, 2:09 trotters.
The same equipment will be carried 1 3 in S, 30&o
en tne west Douna -uoiumDiarv con- 1 . "1 . " . ' ' ' - s 1 4 1 1
... ; q .Qnsik-anA with 1 1 O-W. It. I v - f
& K. Company's train arriving in Port-I ta cox) 1 2 2 3 8
lan4 in tw mArn i n or Tinder the nrfisftnt I TAotAi. Mrfnrmip.k. br. h.. by Peter
.i v, Miiw.nl,.. arr-lTTtx the Croat (Shuler) 3 4 1 2 2
lneporhTVtonl"M Lum'ne MCKerrn al8C
nftur the O.-W. R & N. train leaves fori T.lm .inii ?-os ?:09Vi. 2:09. 2:08
Portland, but it is understood that Horseman and Spirit or Times luiurny,
the Milwaukee, proposes to change Its 3-year-old trotters 2 in S, "ooo
Purchase of real prop
Old Llnnton claims....
Asked for Est. Exp.
. 3S0.7IM) $ 308,031
Oregon State Fair
Thursday, September 30
Lv.East Mor. St.,
Ar. Fair Grounds.. 10:35 A. M.
Ar. Salem 10:45 A.M.
Lv. Salem 4:25 P.M.
Lv. Fair Grounds . . .4 :40 P.VI.
Ar. East Mor. St.. .6:40 P. M.
Ar. Union Depot . . .6:50 P. M.
Stopping at intermediate points to pick up
passengers for State Fair.
Train No. 17 leaves Portland at 8:50 A. M. and No.
53 at 12:40 P. M., stopping at Fair Grounds.
i T :i
o TmF ana jjacK
Tickets on sale every day thi3 week.
Exciting Horse Races Every Day.
Friday is Press Day, Scandinavian Day, Manufacturers' Day.
Saturday is Shriners' Day, Grange Day, Pioneer Day and
Further Particulars at City Ticket
Office) 80 Sixth street, cor. Oak,
Union Depot or E. Morrison Depot.
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
AWARDED MEDAL OF HONOR AT
PANAMA - PACIFIC EXPOSITION
FIRE DRILLS RAPID
Several Schools Are Emptied
in Less Than Minute.
INNOVATION IS REVEALED
schedule so as to make connections.
A'ew Bnslness) Efforts Expected.
This service will enable passengers
traveling between Portland and fat.
Paul and Minneapolis or between Port
land and Chicago to use the Milwaukee
route as a competitor of the Union onward Forbes, b,
Pacific system lines or or tne ureal Forbes snanK
Northern and Northern Pacific lines,
It is probable that the offices of the
Bingen Silk. b. c. (Chandler) 2
walnut Tree, a. i. ijiurpuji..........
MERCHANT HURT BY AUTO
II. C. Ross, Oregon City, Is Injured
in Attempt to Cross Street.
H. C. Ross, hardware merchant of
Oregon City was seriously injured yes
terday afternoon about 4 o clock when
he was struck and knocked down by an
automobile driven by H. W. Boettcher,
3S7 Kast Burnside street, at the in
Youngster at Clinton-Kelly Carries
Piece of Oordwood Xearly as Big
Himself to TTse to Bat
ter Any Closed Door.
upon to presld eat the Ladles day pro
gramme of the club at the Benson yes
terday, covered himself with glory in
an address In whine he outlined what
he would do If he were to forsake the
ranks of the bachelors and become a
Every event of married life from the
weddlnsr ceremony to the funeral of
the bridegroom after an unsuccessful
duck-hunting excursion was chronicled
in the striking history.
Following1 his address a drawing for
prizes was held for the women present,
the donor of each prize making a short
advertising address on his offering be
fore the drawing was held.
En tierra de
ciegos, el tiierto
T 9 P Among the blind, a"
OS AVey lonye3 manisking."J
They have set up an idol ; they praise
it loudly because they can smoke one
after another with huge rapidity and
never know that they have anything
in their mouths but air !
Ah, perhaps I speak too unkindly
of the domestic, cigars which many
praise to me.
It is quite true that I do not care
to smoke Van Dyck, my ally, one
after another with great frequency.
I would not enjoy him that way.
Not many Van Dyeks do I smoke
each day, but every one is an occa
sion! a feast-moment when care is
all forgot and the rich aromatic
frajrrance of the rare Havana leaf
takes me into sunny lands where
every trouble is unknown 1
WOMAN ACCUSED OF ARSON
3farle Behnky Slakes Charges
Police Against Another.
Havana all Havana Spanish made
Ttco for a quarter and up
M. A. Gunst & Co., Inc., Distributors
PHEASANT PLAN VARIED
3 fn S,
Atlantika and Adel Block also tersection of Bast Twelfth and Harrl- Inspection of fire drills in Portland
son streets. xne injured man was public schools probably will De con
rushed to the office of Dr. George H. eluded today by the Public Safety Com
buck, tirand and iiawtnome avenues, I mission. The Commission has spent
for treatment and later taken to Good several days within the last fortnight
Samaritan Hospital. I viewing the Are drills and will award
Dr. Buck said it was impossible to two cups for efficiency, one to a hign.
III T"t rt(f
Time 2:124, 3:12. .. . ,
2:18 class trotting, nrst division,
Milwaukee road will restore their 8COUB, Durin. Ora Society and Somblack also
ticket sales department and make an I started.
active effort to obtain business over
the new route.
Ever since the Milwaukee system
started Its transcontinental service be-
Trusada, b. m. (Cox)
a. XtarvraVA rA. TY1 fMcMallOn). 4 2 3
Idora wormy, ronj c- .j, . i l 1 1 ucuniicijr wuoutci iuo iiijuicu nmu bcdooi ani one iu
had suffered internal injuries or a I It is a foregone conclusion that one
fracture of the skull. I of the cups will go to Jefferson High
Mr. Ross lives at 1517 Sixteenth I School, unless a surprising showing is
street, Oregon City. At the time of I made by the James Johns High School
the accident he had started to cross of St. Johns. This is the only high
(Spe- I Hawthorne avenue In frontof the ap- school not yet visited. Lincoln, Wash
Vber- I nroachtns- automobile. He is 40 vears I inirtnn inH Druston all fell below the
man lour years ago, "a Lramc uil1" deen High School have, Drlgntenea. old.
Tlmo 3:1, 2:09. 2:09tt.
Anderson Joins Aberdeen Eleven.
4RHTT)ET:T. Wash.. Sent. 28.-
tween Puget Sound and Chicago more clai) Football prospects for the Aber-
cials have been eager to establish this Henry Anderson, star quarterback of
The Union, in exercising Its control
over the O.-W. It. & N. Company, de
ismt season. Is out alter nis oia posi
tion. Anderson played In all the games
I , . . iic. vrnwovor. will not play
Sttned to enter into such an agreement .tSat tV,0 University of Washington
on the grounds that It would be short-
hauling itself, by routing passengers
between Portland and Spokane instead
of between Portland and Omaha.
eleven at Seattle Saturday.
Miss Bjurstedt Is Easy Winner
608X071. Sept. 28. Miss Molla Bjur-
Minor Girl Accuses JLad, J 9.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Sept. 28. (Spe
cial.) Charged with contributing to
the delinquency of a minor, Arthur
Cobb, 19 years old, of this city, is be
ing held in the County Jail here in de
fault of $500 ball. He has entered a
plea of not guilty in the Superior
record made at Jefferson, wnicn tne
Commission pronounced good enough
to compete for the "National cnam-
pionship," if there were such a title.
Rivalry Is Keen."
Among the grammar schools there
is close rivalry. So many drills have
been witnessed that it will take con
siderable discussion by the Commission
to decide on a winner. The size ol
stedt of Norway, the National woman Court, and his trial will be held at the school, time of drills, orderliness type
NEWS ITEM FINDS MAN, 99 o- d-r Orjuryj keUl1.ToonsidnaC9many o?
m.atch" .!? VIZ , wm-n"s the schools where faults have been
Sis-tier locates Jeremiah Ianls?ll
Through Hunting License.
The fact that news of the issuance
from County Clerk Coffey's office of a
big-game license to Jeremiah Paulsen,
aged 99, on September 14 was heralded
far and wide his led to discovery of his
whereabouts bv Elizabeth Crull. a sis
ter, of Clarksville. Ind., who had not his head burst.
heard of him for many years.
The Item was reprinted in a Clarks
vllle newspaper because of Mr. Paul-
sell's giving his birthplace as Noble
vllle, Ind., and It caught the attention
of a son of Mrs. Crull, a Clarksville
merchant. A letter was received yes
hio division of the annual woman s
tournament on the courts of the Long
wood Cricket Club. In each case her
vii-tnrtpn were in straight sets. I
Jrootball Injury Proves Fatal.
IX members of the 1914 football team
of the Hill Military Academy are on I visited were cleared
deck to greet Coach Bill Graham .each
AUSTIN, Tex., Sept. 28. Floyd KO - h, Captain Sam Graham, Frank Scott.
ntreH 11 is dead loaay as a icU" John rinnrt and "Stannic," Standfie d. The
of an injury received last Friday in a I squad is practicing each afternoon on the
football scrimmage. A DlOOO vessel ID 1 weniy-mm ana l aieign streets groui.ua.
found remedies will be suggested
The drills seen yesterday averagea
hieher than those witnessed on previ
ous days. Six ot tne lo scnooinousei.
in less tnan a
minute each, the number of pupils In
them varying from 150 to 690.
Frequently the Commission comes on
innovations adopted by individual
schools. At Clinton Kelly School yes
terday one youngster was noticed In
Caach Stanley Borleske is working over- I the corridor with a huge stick of cord-
PASTORS PRAISE MEET
terday from the latter asking for his rosebVRG CONFERENCE BELIEVED Fiel4 last Saturday.
unci s address, ana it -was iorwaraea ,
to him. TO HAVE UNITED METHODISTS,
time to have his Lincoln High School ath
letes In the bst possible trim for the open
ing football game of the Portland Inter
scholastic League scheduled for next Tues
day aAnst the Hill Military Academy
cadeM. The former Michigan star Is mak-
inug several changes In nis lineup since the
O-O battle against Astoria on Multnomah
BULL RUN DAM PLANNED
Mr. Daly Announces Work "Will Be
gin Xcxt Spring-.
i Bishop Cooke and Minister See Rapid
Progress In Store for Church
wood, nearly as large as himself. On
inquiry it was found out that this was
Intended for use as a batterinsj-ram In
case any of the exits should be found
Crrston Showing CrltlcUed.
The drill at Creston High drew con
siderable adverse criticism -from tne
Lynn Oliver, who last year was the best Commission. The marching was poorly
b&ckfleld man at the West side Hijrh. was I conducted, ana. mere was rautu louges
out in a football suit yesterday for the tion.
first time this year. Oliver has been work- I Records In the schools visited, yes-
nB during the Summer and it will take terday are here shown:
School Pupils. Mini. Bees
The finest conference ever held in
tne State of Oreeon." THIS is tne
verdict of the leading Methodists of the
city who have returned from Boaeourj,
where the 63d annual state conference
of the Methodist Church of Oregon was
Bishop Cooke returned yesterday
morning and many of the ministers
came back at the same time. Others
took the late train Monday night, im
mediately after the final session.
"We expect great things for the First
Church in Portland." said Dr. 1'ranK
Loveland. "The' outlook is most en
couraging. I feel sure that prosperity
and harmony will mark this coming
year." Dr. Loveland has improved
materially in health during the past
week. Prior to the conference he had
a severe illness for two weeks
COMMUNITY HOUSE TO OPEN City" ParkChurchf saidhat. aTl who
attenaea naa gainea inspiration irum
Peninsula Park Gymnasium Sched
ule for Men and Boys Annonnced.
Next Spring has been set by Com
missioner Daly as the time for the con
struction of the proposed concrete dam
at the Bull Run headworks to increase
the "head" of Bull Run River. Com
missioner Daly announced yesterday
that plans for the work have been
completed and the money will be pro
vided in this year s water buaget.
The dam will be 150 feet In length
and 30 feet in height. It will reach
across Bull Run River, affordini
storage basin to hold about 12.000,000
gallons of water and Increasing the
head of the Intake so that all the Bull
Run River water can be forced Into
the two pipe lines If necessary.' The
cost of the dam will be about ?110.000.
Peninsula Park Community House
the meetings and that a firmer co
operative and brotherly spirit had been
Rev. W. H. Hampton, who was re-
returned to Montavllla for his fifth
year, had expected to be transferred
'.will open for the 1915-16 season on to another locality, but said he is glad
Monday, when the nrst gymnasium I to have his church once more,
'classes will be organized and work Dr. C. O. McCulloch, pastor of Ep
: started. Registration will be open Fri- worth Church, joined with the other
: day and Saturday, at which time all prominent pastors in saying this year's
, persons desiring to take the courses conference was most harmonious and
. will present their applications. ine
. dancing season will be started on Mon
'. day, October 9, with a dance 'Yor mar
i Park Superintendent Convlll, an
. nounced the schedule of gymnasium
classes yesterday. He has planned to
have dances for married people on each
inspiring. He said: "The cloud that
some thought would break Into a storm
passed away and we all got the true
spirit of the meeting.
The first steam fire engine was made in
1S29. in London, from the desiirns ot Erics
son, the inventor of the Monitor. '
Tat a woman whose identity she re
vealed to the officers set fire to her
house last November to collect the
(2000 Insurance held on thef urnltura
was the charge made yesterday by
Marie Behnky, 390 Salmon street. The
charge followed the arrest of Marie
Behnky Monday night, accused of
stealing a diamond ring valued at $250.
Fire Marshal Jay Stevens, Lieuten
ant Treece. City Detective Royle, Dep
uty District Attorney Robinson and
members of the arson squad were in.
vestigating the charges yesterday aft
ernoon, and an effort was made to se
cure a confession from the suspect. No
arrest has yet been made.
The case against Marie Behnky was
postponed for trial until today by Mu
nicipal Judge Stevenson. In the com
plaint against her the woman is said
to have visited the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Taylor, and following her
departure the diamond ring, which had
been lying upon a table, was missed.
Mr. Taylor swore to the complaint
DESERTERS LEFT AT SEA
Woman, Back From England, De
scribe Fate of I-Ifcboat Thieves.
Mrs. Catherine Stuart Huntley, of 300
East Thirty-ninth street, who has Just
returned from a trip to England with
her husband, brings back the story of
an example of the, stern rulings of the
sea. In an Incident which she wit
nessed herself, when four deserters who
had stolen a lifeboat from the burning
Greek ship Athlnal. endeavored to be
taken on board the steamer Tuscania,
which was standing by to help.
Everyone on the Athanal was saved
in the boats of the Tuscania. but the
rescue steamer sailed away, leaving the
deserters to drift in the open lifeboat
they had stolen to make their escape.
This incident occurred In the North
Atlantic on September 19. Mr. and Mrs.
Huntley had made the trip to England
to visit their son, James, who Is In the
British hospital service.
STATE TURNS OVER FAKM TO GE.NE
only, will leave at 7 o'clock that night,
making the ascent at night. The par
ties will all return at 5:30 Sunday
evening. Music, bonfires and other at
tractions will signalize the dedicatory
ceremonies. The whole cost of the
trip will be $3 per person. Reserva
tions should be sent to J. P. Jaeger.
Corvallls Man Has Lease to Supply
Birds and Expects to Be Able
to Deliver Xearly 5000.
The state is no longer in the pheas
By unanimous approval of the State
Fish and Oame Commission at a meet
ing in Portland yesterday, an agree
ment was made with Gene Simpson,
superintendent of the present state
game farm near Corvallis. to raise the
pheasants himself and turn them over
to the state at a certain sum for each
Mr. Simpson owns the land on which
the state game farm Is situated, but
the buildings and equipment are owned
by the state. Under the agreement he
will have the use of these buildings
and equipment, but rears the birds at
his own expense and on his own re
sponsibility. The new policy Is expected to save
the state money, but to some extent
Is an experiment. If it proves satis
factory to both the Commission and
ai iVnnoon it the expiration of the
.-., ..nt which Is tor one year.
ndoubtedly win De cominucu.
Mr- simnson is a recognized author
nH tnprt in the raising of pheas-
. - it hi- nlans work out. he will
be able to turn over to the state to be
iihtni in fllstricts wnere '
.i.ni.hmni is needed from 3500 to
i' 1 - , -
6000 young pnraiams o. - "
MUNITION MEN ASK BONUS
Striking Machinists at Toledo Pre
TOLEDO. O.. Sept. 28. Striking ma
chinists at the plant of the Consoli
dated Manufacturing Company, at an
organization meeting tonight, agreed
that the time was ripe tor an ma
chinists engaged in the manufacture ot
war munitions to demand a share of
bonuses being paid for war munitions
to plant owners.
The demand was communicated at
once to the company whose employes
walked out yesterday, demanding an
eight-hour day and a minimum wage of
40 cents an hour.
little time to have him ready for a strenu
Mansjrer Archie Roth, of the 'Washing
ton High School, has had tickets printed
already for the Wahlnsrton Hish-Franklln
HlRh set-to slated lor Multnoman field
week from next Friday. This will be the
first game of the year for boh teams and
it will lntroauco (joacn Aamirai wewej,
of the Franklin High.
. . 4S
Brooklyn . . . .
Creston Franklin ?,p"
Mount Tabor 4(10
EX-RANCHMAN IS MISSING
Although the Portland Ice HiDnodrome
-ill nnAn ttflMI ot-rtunrl th. m MHIa nf Ul?nnaVfTl
mnnth Almmrti are helnsr made Dy I J -1 v ' ' ?
many students to have a hockey learue
fnrm.fl amonz the hiwh schools of Port
land. Nothing definite can be done until
it is known when the Ice skating season
c.,,Anct a. thA T.tnrnlTi Ttleh School Will
hold their annual Fall election In the audi- jonn Ellis, of Klamath Falls. Xot
T on um nexi r nuay iuu- ' I
Seen since .iarcii i t .
John Ellis, ex-proprietor of a large
ranch near Klamath Falls, Or., has
hppn missing since March 17, and his
for the various athletic teams will be elected
henldes & hoard of directors. Since the Ath
letic Association aDoiisnea tne oia custom
of giving monograms to the managers, lit
tle Interest is Deius snown.
... . -n, 1 . A V Ul-h
School, arrived In Portlana .Monday na aausnisr, Jura. i". mi'-i"". .,-...-
km inined the Jefferson HiBh School squad, i Fla.. is attempting to rina. mm
He was considered a star athlete around the I Mr Ellis Is said to have been Been
Grays Harbor territory and nis nuumon v."
OHIO GOVERNOR DUE TODAY
Mr. AVillis to Be Feted at Chamber
Governor Willis, of Ohio, will arrive
in Portland today at 7 o'clock, and will
remain in the city throughout the day
as the guest of the Chamber of Com
merce and the Ohio Society.
A luncheon will be held in his honor
in the members' council room of the
Chamber at noon today, open to all
members of the Chamber and to mem
bers of the Ohio Society.
William M. Cake will be chairman,
Addresses will be made by Mayor
Albee and other prominent man, in ad
dition to the guest of honor.
Governor Willis will also be enter
tained with a sightseeing trip.
tha local aeareKation will brighten the pros
pects of Captain uoe ax and wnco nomci
vio-nirt i'Hbe"l Mitchell, well known In
Portland lnlerscholastic and .amateur cir
cles, now of San Francisco. Is a Portland
visitor, since eoine 10 tne y v-uj, ouo
nojt made aulte a name for himself as
wrestler and he has been taking (iem all on.
He Is considered one of the best mat men of
the Olympic Club for hl weight, he will
remain here nntll next week.
last at the Turpln Hotel. San Fran
cisco. Cat. He was in Portland a few
weeks before his disappearance
Mr. Ellis was about six feet tall and
weighed about 200 pounds. He had fair
complexion, light brown hair and deep
blue eyes. He was a meraoer 01 tne
Klamath Falls Elks lodge.
ROTARIANS HONOR WOMEN
Practice with the Columbia rarlt rootoan i c,,. ivl
held three nights a weeK and i
team Is being
Snndav moraine. Prospects for a winning
combination seem bright at present. The
smiart la in the Inter-cltv Amateur Foot
ball League, which starts operations a week
from next Sunday. Five aggregations are
In the league.
Cutest Bachelor In
Club," Presides at Programme.
Tommv Swivel, "the cutest bachelor
In the Rotary Club," who was called
PASSENGERS ARE FINED
Two Who Attacked Jitney Driver
Assessed and Released.
Thomas West and Bert Walling were
fined $5 each yesterday by Municipal
Judore Stevenson for beating up It. n.
Randolph. Jitney driver, Saturday night.
when he produced a club to enforce
payment of a bill of 50 cents from
them. The fines, however, were re
The charge against the two men
was assault with a dangerous weapon
the Jitney driver asserting that they
took the club away from mm and
broke it over his head.
West and Walling are steamboat
men and live in houseboats.
Japanese Coin Arrives.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Sept. 28. The Blue
Funnel steamer Titan, wnicn arrivea
today from China and Japan, brought
$100,000 of Japanese coin to be shipped
to San Francisco, ana I4.uuu ions ot
At sea an Incompetent sailor is called a
TRAIL TO BE DEDICATED
Kxerusion to Bo Run to Larch Moun
tain for Saturday and Snndaj.
Th dedication of the Larch Moun
tain trail will be held Saturday and
Sunday. October 2 and 3. with an out
ing to the summit of the mountain.
Frank R. Hilton Is chairman of the
committee which is organizing the excursion.
The main party, consisting or Dotn
men and women, will start from the
Union Depot at 7 o'clock baturaay
morning. nd the second party, or men
CJ Sam Sly is looking
through all the keyholes
in town for point 7.
q You'll find the key to
the solution by chewing
. Gum S5
The y-point pjum
PEPPERMINT IN RED WRAPPCH
CINNAMON - IN BLUE WRAPPER
J 72' roundtrip
$71 Of) St. Louis
I I 'u round trip
SOD fl fl St. Paul, Omaha
DU,,JU Kansas City
C1 1 n 7H New York
Ol IU,,U round trip
And many other places in
like proportion SG5.70 to
Des Moines; $55.00 Denver,
$83.50 Detroit. Daily.
LOW FARES EAST
EXPIRE SEPJ. 30
Also Routings Through
Trains the Traveling Public
Approve for quality service:
"THE NORTH BANK
Daily at 7:10 P. M.
Daily at 9:55 A. M.
For Spokane, St. Paul,
SS "Great Northern" and
"Northern Pacific" Reserva
tions for California and Rail
road Tickets to any point.
5th and Stark
The North Bank Station
10th and Hoyt