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TITE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1915. "
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 7070. A 9093
City Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A eo5
Advertising; Department. . .Main 7070. A 6003
City Circulation Main 7070. A 6093
Composing-room Main 7070, '93
Printing-room Main 7070. A60UO
Superintendent Building. . .Main "070. A 0095
HEILIO THEATER (Broadway and Taylor
atrri.it. German war pictures, this after
noon 2:15 and tonight at 7:13 and 8:43.
BAKER THEATER (Sixth and Morrison
fltreUB.) Baker Stock Company In "The
Argyle Case." This afternoon 2:15 and
tonight at :15.
ORPHEfM (Broadway and Yamhill street.)
Big-time vaudeville. 2:20 and 8:20 P. M.
PANTAGE3 (Alder at Broadway.) Vaude
ville. Performances 2:30. 7:30 and 9:30
EMPRESS (Broadway and Stark street.)
Vaudeville. Performances 2:30. 7:30 and
:15 P. M.
? t ' A1
St. Andrews Foresters Elect. St.
Andrews Court, Catholic Order of For
esters, ir St. Andrews parish, Vernon
district, has elected the following offi
cers for the ensuing year: Chief ranger,
D. S. Duff; vice-ranger, S. J. Gentzkow;
past chief ranger, J. F. Krafsic; record
ing secretary, L. B. Woltring; financial
secretary, F. E. Speidel; treasurer, J.
F. Frison; speaker, P. Bacon; senior
conductor, Robert Hicks; junior con
ductor, P. J. Pfeifer; inside sentinel.
Gus Landers; outside sentinel, William
I Copp; trustees, A. Wirvterhalder, E.
Brucker and A. Neylon; medical ex
aminer. Dr. J. E. Kane; spiritual
director. Rev. Father Kiernan. The
court was organized June 24, 1914, with
3 8 charter members by Rev. Father
Kiernan, and now has more than 50
Powell Valley Association Elects.
The Powell Valley Parent-Teacher As
sociation has reorganized and elected
the following officers for the ensuing
year: President, Mrs. Catlin Russell,
principal of the Powell Valley school:
vice-president. Miss Tekla Schuholm;
secretary. Miss Alice Ekstrom; treas
urer, Mrs. Samuel Carrell; board of
directors to arrange for the next
school fair, William Peterson, P. A.
Johnson, Frank Gustafson, C. R. Keller
and Carl Nelson. Other committees will
be appointed later for general com
munity work. A resolution protesting
against Sunday baseball on the school
Brounds was adopted. The association
will meet the last Wednesday of each
DkWitt C. Hoit Dies at 73. De
Witt C. Hoyt. an old resident of Ore
gon, died at his home, 1683 Haven
street. University Park, Monday night
at the age of 73 years. For the past
37 years he had made his home in Ore
pon. He was a veteran of the Civil
War. a member of the Grand Army of
the Republic, the United Artisans and
the Oddfellows' order. He is survived
by his widow, Mrs. Mettle Hoyt, and
the following children: Mrs. Mattie
Wolfe, Mrs. Nina D. Leigh, Mrs. Ethel
Reynolds, Earl, Edgar and Vernon C.
Hoyt. Mr. Hoyt had been a tender on
the railroad bridge since it was opened.
Funeral services will be held today
from J. P. Finley & Son's Chapel. Rev.
J. D. Corby will officiate.
Est acad a Cannery Proposed. J. R.
Kewton, of Hood River, and G. A. Cobb,
of Portland, visited Estacada Saturday
to examine that district with a view to
the establishment of a cannery. Mr.
Newton is a practical canneryman, has
been owner in the one at Hood River
and is looking for a suitable location
for another plant. Mr. Newton later
will meet the growers. The farmers
and growers generally say they will
afford Mr. Newton every facility in the
establishment of a cannery. Mr. New
ton will erect his own plant and pay
the farmers for their produce if he
decides to locate at Estacada.
Missionary Society Folk Coming.
The National officers of the Women's
Home Missionary Society of the Metho
dist churches will pass through Port
land on Thursday en route from the
National convention in Seattle to their
homes throughout the country. To give
the Portland workers an opportunity to
meet the officers a meeting has been
arranged for 8 o'clock Thursday night
t centenary Methodist Church. Rev.
T. W. Lane will preside. An address
will be made by Mrs. Wilbur P.
Thirkield. of New Orleans who is the
National president. Several other
prominent women will speak.
Union High School No. 1 Grows.
Vnion High School No. 1. at Corbetts
m the Columbia Highway, is filling
tip with students this year, and the
attendance probably will be double that
of last year. Lloyd Ough, member of
this school, received state honors on
an essay he read at the recent W C.
T. U. convention on the subject, "Effect
of Alcohol on the Nervous System." The
Id Taylor schoolhouse nearby is being
fitted up as a physics department. The
Corbett branch library has just re
ceived 17o new books.
Pleasant Valley Grange ATicictk .
rieasant Valley Grange, which won a
prize at the county fair, met Saturday
to receive the prize. A resolution was
adopted thanking the committee in
charge for faithful work in collect
ing and arranging the exhibit, and all
members and producers of Pleasant
valley who contributed to the display
There was a large attendance of mem
bers. An interesting programme was
rendered and a dinner was served.
World's Work Editor to Speak.
Herbert S. Houston, one of the editors
of World's Work, will deliver a lecture
on "The European War and Its Effect
on. World-Wide Commerce" at the Press
. iud tomorrow night. Mr. Houston i
treasurer of the League to Enforce
.feace. of which ex-Tresident Taft i
president. The programme will be short
and there will be special music. It
starts at 8:15.
New Pastor Is Appointed. Rev.
William J. Deeney, S. J., of Spokane.
Wash., has been appointed pastor of
St. Ignatius Church. Powell Valley road
xnd East Forty-fifth street, in place of
Rev. Father Francis J. Dillon, who has
gone to Mount Saint Michael's. Hillyard.
Wash., for the present. Rev. Henry
Whittle. S. J., is officiating as pastor
pendins the arrival of Rev. Mr. Denney.
City May Lose $10,000. The city
stands to lose about $10,000 on the
amount expended in 1909 for the im
provement of Lombard street from
Westana street to Wabash street as a
result of a recent State Supreme Court
decision in. which the proceedings for
the improvement were held to have been
Illegal inasmuch as bidding was open
only to one paving company.
John D. Tresham Dies. John D.
Tresham, who had been a resident of
Portland for 25 years, died Monday
night at his home. 826 East Salmon
street, at the age of 51 years. Mr.
Tresham was a building contractor and
is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elinore
Warnock Tresham. and a daughter.
Miss Marion Tresham. Funeral arrange
ments have not been made.
State op Washington. Daily round
trip. The Dalles and way landings.
Leaves Taylor-street dock 11 P. M.
Leaves Dalles daily except Monday. 12
M. Tel. Main 613. Adv.
Day Boats to the Dalles. Bailev
Ontzert and Dalles City, leave 7 A. M.
Alder-street dock. Main 914 A 5112
Green-land's $40 Special Suit
affords economy, tailoring of merit and
an attractive line of materials. Herbert
Greenland. 201 Morgan bldg. Adv.
The annual meeting of the Jewish
Women's Sewing Society will be held
Thursday, Oct. 7. at the Neighborhood
House. Mrs. E. Sichel, secretary. Adv.
Will lease one of Portland's hand
some -residences, to responsible party.
Partly furnished if desired. AC 139,
Dr. Frederick A. Kiehlb has returned
If You can't find it elsewhere try
Pittmon's Guide. Adv.
Dr. Charles L. Ribkb has returned,
B. S. Northern Pacific.
S. S. Great Northern.
(16) From B. F. Stone, of El-
more & Co., Astoria: "The Ex- 9
position is a wonder and every 5
Oregonian who can should see it. s
The Great Northern and North- M
em Pacific steamers are the moat g
palatial vessels on which It has 3
ever been my pleasure to ride. c
Daily Excursion Pares.
S;UI Round Trip. One Way. fe
$15, $20, inc. 3Ial and Berth, g
Fifth and Starlc.
6t& Market St.
Detention Home "Up Agaix. Once
more Mayor Albee's proposed deten
tion home for women is to suffer delay
at the hands of the Council. The
measure authorizing- the calling' for
bids for the building1 will be up for
final passage this morning:, having been
put over pending: investigation of the
financial status of the city. Commis
sioner Bigelow said yesterday he
doesn't know any more about it now
that he did a month ago and for that
reason he will not be ready to vote
for the measure today. It is probable
that if the $25,000 appropriated for the
detention, home is disallowed at today's
meeting Mayor Albee will give ud
hope for this year and try to carry the
appropriation over on next year's
Partnership Issub Up. The defense
that he was a partner in the Matthews
welding & Brazing Company and hence
did not commit a crime in issuing the
checks is being offered by James Bar
ringer, on trial before a jury in Judge
Gantenbein's court on an indictment
charging- the issuance of worthless
checks. This contention the state
denies, asserting that he was merely
an employe and not entitled to sign
tne nrm s name to checks. Barringer.
the state asserts, issued nearly $300 on
tnese checks in one day. The one on
which he is being prosecuted was
passed on W. Margulius.
Packer Hurt When Danger Over.
After taking a pack train of mules over
ice and snow and the danger attendant
to a climb up Mount Hood, Dee Wright
wno returned in safety, was kicked in
the leg while taking a band of horses to
pasture, the blow fracturins: the bone.
and is now in Portland for treatment.
He was the packer in charge of the
mule train which recently carried the
lumber for the construction of the look
out station on Mount Hood from Gov
ernment Camp to the summit.
Men's Resort Scene op Lecture.
Wallace McCamant will lecture tonight
at the Men's Resort. This will be the
first of a series of 25 lectures on "Good
Citizenship" to be given weekly during
the Winter. The subject tonight will
be "How " to Become a Citizen." Be
ginners' classes in English have been
organized for foreign speaking men.
The lectures are on Wednesday nights
and are free.
Building Change Proposed. By
putting in wooden floors not less than
3 inches in thickness two-story hos
pitals in Portland will be able lawfully
to take as many as 36 patients if a
proposed building code amendment
presented to the City Council yesterday
by Commissioner Dieck is adopted. The
measure is aimed to supplement the
present provision in the code which
restricts two-story hospital buildings
to 25 patients.
Woman III, Husband, Mason, Jobless.
Mrs. William McBratney was taken
to the Good Samaritan Hospital Monday
and is occupying the bed endowed by
the late Seth Lowe for the use of
Masons and their families. Mrs. Mc
Bratney for more than a year has been
suffering from neuraligic schlerosis.
Her aged husband, a 32d degree Mason,
is without means and unable to secure
"White Slave Traffic Is Topic.
Elton Watkins, an attorney of this city,
will deliver an address on "The Atti
tude of the Government to the White
Slave Traffic," tonight at the Vernon
Church of Christ, East Fifteenth street
North at the corner of Wygant street.
The lecture is under the auspices of
the Loyal Mas of the Vernon Christian
Church. A freneral invitation to at
tend is extended.
pREsroTT Street to Be Beautified.
Prescott street from East Eighth street
to East Thirty-third street is to be the
most attracive street in the city if
plans of property owners in that sec
tion materialize. At a mass meeting
Monday night plans were discussed for
making the street attractive with trees,
flowers and lawns. Aid of the city has
been asked and Park Superintendent
Convill has offered assistance.
Elegantly Furnished Houses for
rent on King street; parties leavin
the city. Phone Main 8648. Adv.
jjr. w. j. hearer, dentist re
Dress-Up Week Oct, 11 to 16 "Dress Up Uncle Sam Can Afford ItJ
are sturdily built
of the best leather
money can buy. Many
customers have told us
of wearing a pair of
Ralstons constantly for
10, 11 and 12 months
and longer. Need we
one of the new Fall
1915 Ralston styles you'll like on
first sight. It's here in black leath
er, lace style with hidden eyelets.
An English shape that . provides
utmost comfort as well as correct style.
Also here in mahogany leather with rub
ber soles. The price is ?5. Other new mod
els in styles to meet every taste in these famous
Ralston Shoes $4 and $5
Steinbach & Co.
GUS KUHN, Pres.
S. & H. Stamps Given.
Commissioners Confess Act. County .
Commissioners Holbrook and Lightnef.
with the former at the wheel, were
caught in their own speed trap on the
Columbia Highway yesterday when a
county motorcycle officer stopped them
with the information that they were
driving too rapidly. They admitted the
offense and promised that it would not
University Club to Elect. The Uni
versity Club will hold its annual meet
ing at the clubhouse, Saturday night,
October 9, at 8 o'clock. The prin
cipal order of business will be the
election of officers for the coming year.
A buffet luncheon will be served at
930 P. M.
Restaurateur Hurt in Accident.
When the automobile he was driving
ran off the county road near Beaver
ton and capsized late Monday night,
Wiley Ham, one of the proprietors of
the Bay City Restaurant of Portland,
sustained a fractured rib and several
Condolence Is Given. At a meeting
held Monday at Library Hall, the Jack
son Club adopted resolutions of condol
ence for the death of Wilbur S. Snyder,
a former member of the club and its
late secretary. A committee composed
of Milton A. Miller, A. H. Harms and
F. S. Myers drew up the resolutions.
Mrs. Kiernan's Father Dies. Ac
cording to information received yester
day by his daughter. Mrs. Cora Kiernan,
564 East Washington street. Henry Van
Meter, formerly of Portland, died at
his home in San Diego Sunday. He
was 73 years old and had been engaged
in the timber business.
Judges Cleeton to Speak. Judge T. J.
Cleeton, of the Juvenile Court, will ad
dress the Woman's Civic Welfare Club
tomorrow at 3 o'clock in room B. Cen
tral Library, on "Child- Welfare." The
meeting is public.
feature. The committee will go over
the plan carefully and will have a re
port on it to make public within the
DRESS-UP' CARDS READY
CHAMBER BEGINS DISTRIBUTION
TO ADVERTISE MERCHANTS' WEEK
BIG SALE WOOLEN GOODS
At Brownsville Woolen Mill Stores.
The big annual sale of woolen goods
that hundreds of , men wait for is now
on in all the Brownsville Woolen Mill
tores. The two stores at Portland, on
Third street, one at Morrison and the
other at Stark street, are making a
wonderful display in their windows
and Inside the stores. The best bar
gains of the year are being handed
out in the -way of good warm under
wear, socks, shirts, sweaters, and all
classes of woolen goods. Adv.
Renters buy. Many a renter, after
looking Into the Laurelhurst building
plan, has bought a home with his rent
money. Why shouldn't you buy one of
these attractive homes on rent-like
Wide Interest Among: Unfitness Men Is
Considered Indication That Bar
gains Will Be Unnxaal.
Special window cards advertising
"Dress-Up week" have been issued by
the Chamber of Commerce and the
Bureau of Retail Merchants yesterday
began the circulation of these cards
among the merchants of the city.
The general demand among: all mer
chants for the cards indicates the wide
interest in the enterprise that is be
ing taken by the business men of the
city and is regarded by the commit
tee as an indication of perhaps some
of the greatest opportunities to buy-1
ers that will be offered this Winter.
The dressing; of the windows of the
stores will be begun Saturday night,
and on Sunday the stores of the en
tire city are expected to give one of
the greatest displays of goods that the
public has ever had the opportunity of
The committee is working on numer
ous additional attractions to make the
"Dress-Up week" which begins formally
on next Monday a time that will mean
especial entertainment to the buying
One of the plans that is being- con
sidered by the committee is to -have a
band concert downtown on one night,
with dancing1 in the streets. This plan
A-as brought up for the first time yes
terday. At present it is thought that
Monday may be the date set for this
Money Without Service
otherwise wc do
Does a dentist
charge you for
No! Not unless
h e afterward
for you. Then,
why should the
?ye specialist do
so? We do not
charge for con-
u 1 tation, and
you are under
no obligation to
glasses. We can
not wish your
Wheeler Optical Co.
FIFTH FLOOR, OKKtiOMAX BLDG.
CARD OF THANKS.
wish to thank our many friends
and acquaintances for their many acts
of kindness and beautiful floral gifts
during; the loss of husband and son.
MRa MINNIE SIOYEIt AND I3AUGH-
MR. AND MRS. A. M. MOTER,
MR. AND MRS. R. A. WITRU Adv.
Should be properly il
luminated during the
We have everything
new in Lighting Fix
tures and Reading
M. J. Walsh Co.
Residence and Store
Phone Your Lighting
311 Stark Both Phones
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Why Not Investigate?
It Costs You Nothing to Know
If you could get
a furnace that
would raise the tem
perature in your home
to a proper degree, intro
duce in every room fresh,
Dlirp warm air rlicricllin rr
cold and impure air, making the atmosphere as
delightful as the balmiest day in June, and a sys
tem that would last as long as your home itself,
What More Could You Want?
No System Could Do More
Such Is the FOX System
Recommended by Doctors and Experts
as the Healthiest of AH Heating Systems.
What is there nicer than pure, warm air, forced by proper lines of
installation to every nook and corner of your house, making every
room comfortable ? You can have it at a moderate cost these days.
Phone or write us, we will call, look over your home and give you
an estimate on a Fox Furnace installed complete.
Terms if Desired.
130 FIRST STREET
J. J. KADDERLY
131 FIRST STREET
ULYMrlA & EASTERN
2SO Madison St.
Phonps: Main 4136. A 47K8.
Kreaih OystrrM, Clams) and Crabs.
Wholfaalf- and Rrtall.
Shipping- of Crabs a Specialty.
Words and Figures
are well enough, but personal contact
with the experienced officers of thU
bank, when you have business to
transact, will quickly convince you,
more than words or figures in type
ever will, just why it is to your advan
tage to bank with us. Your interview
LADE) & TIL.TON
Washington and Third
Capital and Su.plus
Two Million Dollars
"DAMAGED GOODS" AT THE NATIONAL HAS EXCITED GEN
ERAL INTEREST IN PORTLAND.
K1CUAUU bL..M-ll, S1AK Of SOCIOLOGICAL. UiLAJl.V. i
More than 300 leading- Portland physicians, club women and social
workers have sent to the National Theater the strongest kinds of com
mendation on "Damaged Goods." the picturizatlon of Eugene Brleux"
drama now running.
But one unfavorable comment has been received. Especially strong
in urging that all in Portland should see It are many of the leading
The leading role, that of George Dupont whose life "Damaged
Goods" pictures, is played by Richard Bennett, who was responsible for
the stage presentation in the first Instance. In this one picture, in
seven reels. Mr. Bennett has leaped to the position of a motion-picture
actor of the front rank.
one night in your home you found
your wife in the arms of another
man and if, on the following day,
you broke into a hotel room and
there found your wife and that
same man in a situation far more L
compromising, would you get a
The Food-Drink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants.invalids wd growing children.
Pure nutrition.upbuildingtae whole bodv.
Invigorates nursing mother and the .cd.
More healthful than teat or coffee.
Unloss you say " HORUGICS
you may got a Subatltuta
Day and Night
DON'T ANSWER! FIRST, SEE
Wniw Causal tt jM
College Preparators Shorthand
Kfficiency School Show-Card Writing
English for For
Check, the Course
phy In Which Tou Are
Interested and Send to
Y. M. C. A. Day and Night
Schools, Taylor and 6th Sts.
Free Catalogue Will Be Sent.
Training class for kindergarten teach
ers at St. Helen's Hall will open Mon
day, October 4, under Miss Mary B.
Ledyard. for 3 S years a supervisor of
the kindergartens at Los Angeles. Ap
pty to the Sister Superior.
WE LEND MONEY
AT LEGAL RATES
On Diamonds, Jewelry and
Musi cal Instruments. Cour
teous attention to all borrow
ers, large or small. All
pledges held one year.
Separate Department for Women.
Elby Company -dP7L'.V;
320-323 Lumber I'.ifh. Bldff.. Secoad
and Stark Sta.
CM WAS PRINTING CO
BEN F.GREENE-HARRY FISCHER
!S55 STARK. STREET