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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1915)
THE MORSIIfG OREGOXIAJi. SATTJRTJAY. OCTOBER D, 1915.
ON BEING ABRESTED
Man Wanted in Ohio for Em
bezzlement of $575 Tells
of Being Drugged.
WIFE IS MET BY CHANCE
Credit or Surrender Is Given to
Mrs. Welker, AVno Followed Him
to Portland on Money He Sent.
Story at Firs Scouted.
A story of talcing a drink In Colum
bus. O.. and remembering nothing
more until he woke up in a rooming
house in Dayton, O.. is told by Earl
F. Welker. aged 25. who Thursday
nig-ht voluntarily surrendered to Sher
iff Hurlburt. declaring that he was
wanted In Columbus for embezzling
$575. His story was confirmed by tele
graph and he will be returned to the
Ohio city for trial.
Welker first went to Chief of Police
Clark, he says, and offered to surren
der, but the chief refused to detain
him, expressing the belief that Welker
was "brdke" and merely wanted free
transportation to his home state.
The chief, however, advised Welker
to see the Sheriff. Mr. Hurlburt agreed
to hold Welker until he could get an
answer to a telegram to the Chief of
Police of Columbus. The answer was
a request to hold the young man.
Wife Gets Credit for Surrender.
Mrs. Welker, aged 21, who followed
her husband to Portland, is given the
credit by her husband for inducing him
him to surrender. Their first idea was
to find employment here and eventu
ally reimburse the Franklin Building
Supply Company, from which the
money was embezzled, but neither was
able to find work, and, after passing
a week in the city, during which they
lived in a room at 712 Hoyt street, Mrs.
Welker overcame her husband's deter
mination not to surrender.
Welker declares that he was sent to
the bank on the morning of Septem
ber 11 by his employers with $1400 to
deposit and to get $575 to meet pay
rolls. He had been at a dance the
night before, he asserts, and. having
taken a few drinks, had a 'holdover."
On his way back to the plant he
stopped in a saloon, took a drink and
remembers nothing more until he woke
up In Dayton.
Only Silver Found Missing.
'I found the currency, amounting to
about $450. In an inside pocket, but
silver amountintg to $125 was missing'
he states. "When I left the bank it was
all In a bag with the passbooks. Where
the silver went and 'how the currency
got into my Inside pocket I haven't the
"Fear possessed me, as I knew my
story would not be believed, and I
went to Cincinnati, then to St. Louis,
and next to Kansas Cjty. stopping only
a few hours in each city. From Kan
sas City I sent my wife money to join
me, explaining in the accompanying
letter what I had done, but before she
arrived I became afraid of being caught
and started West, leaving a note lor
her announcing that I could be found
in Portland. I stopped off a day or
two at Cheyenne, W.yo., en route.
"My wife got here a day or two later
and we tramped the -streets looking for
each other until we finally met at
Nineteenth and Washington. She want
ed me to give myself up then, but I
talked her out of it. I am not broke
and I have everything to lose and
nothing to gain by going back to Ohio,
but I have not had a good night's rest
since September 11 and I want to got
the thing settled. I have no hope that
I can get away without paying the full
N. I. Martin, of Albany, is registered
at the Oregon.
W. P. Hammon, of San Francisco, Is
at the Portland.
J. A. McCoy, of Fossil, is registered
at the Imperial.
A B. Fosseen. of North Taklma, is
at the Multnomah.
J. S. Emerson, of Vancouver, B. O.,
is at the Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ward, of Salem,
are at the Portland.
C. H. Jones, of Knappa, is registered
at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Perry, of Bandon,
are at the Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Jackson, of Seaside,
are at the Xortonia.
John Richmond, of Condon, is regis
tered at the Seward.
J. H. Carlton of Medford, is regis
tered at the Perkins.
Morton Gregory, of Tacoma, is reg
istered at the Seward.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Haynes, of Seattle,
are at the Multnomah.
A. M. Hammer, of Albany, is regis
tered at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lawson, of Asto
ria, are at the Nortonia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis, of Mew
berg, are at the Nortonia.
F. W. Conway, of Nelson. B. C, is
registered at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Campbell, of
Seattle, are at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McCord, of Clat
skanie, are at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Holderman, of
Corvallls. are at the Seward.
CHICAGO, Oct. Tt (Special.) From
Portland, registered at the Grand Pa
cific, was Miss L. Berry.
CARE OF CHILD ADVISED
HEALTH LECTURERS DEMONSTRATE
TO BENEFIT MOTHERS.
LEPER'S BODY CREMATED
BROTHER "WILL, BE RELEASED
AFTER NECESStRY PRECAUTION.
Bedding and Everything Used in Case
f Victim Are Burned Incin
eration Kept Quiet.
Portland no longer has a leper or a
leper isolation hospital. After three
weeks of suffering at tho temporary
isolation hospital, near Kelly Butte,
Joininico Pinelli, the Italian who was
found recently in the last stages of
leprosy, is dead. The body was cre
mated yesterday and tho tent and all
the bedding and other things used at
the hospital were burned.
Pasco Pinelli. the brother of the leper
who sacrificed himself to attend to his
brother, will be released after a few
days of detention, during which time
he will be given treatmpnt to urev-ent
development of the disease in him if
he has become intected. All his clothes
and personal effects were burned yes
terday and he was newly outfitted.
He will receive a series of baths in
disinfectant, after which he will be
released. In the meantime, he will he
kept at his tent at tho detention hos
pital. " I
Dominico Pinelli was found in a
First-street rooming-house, about three
weeks ago and as soon as his casewas
demonstrated fully to be lepros he
was removed to an isolation tent. It
was said at the time of his removal
that he could not live long. While at
the hospital, although given all possible
medical attention, he grew rapidly
worse until the end.
For fear of there beinsr somn ob
stacles in the way of cremation of the
ooay. tne death was not announced
until after the body had been burned.
Tho lepers' brother knew of the death.
""""s "tcrl ai me oedside at the time,
but not until after incineration did he
know that the body had been removed.
N. S. Morgan, of Moro, is at the Per-
M. S. Jones, of" Salem, is at the Imperial.
U O. Herrold, of Salem. Is at the
B. C. Palmer, of Molalla, Is at the
F. G. Barton, of The Dalles, is at th
C. W. Warren, of Warrenton, is at thi
E. w. Murphy, of The Dalles, is at the
G. H. Colter, of Glenada. is at thi
Alfred Schaefer, of Kennewick is at
the Oregon. '
M Dooley, of Banks, Is registered at
H. S. Woollery. of Burns I at- . -
L Patterson, of Salem, is at the
Exercises Given on How to Build Up
Before and After Operations.
Sex Talk Are Given.
The two sex lectures were given yes
terday by TV. Earl Flynn at tho Eleventh-street
Theater. The subject in the
afternoon was "What a. Woman Ought
to Know." and In the evening "What
a Man Ought to Know."
In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Flynn
gave exercises to relieve the nervous
strain and the many pains suffered by
many women, and also gave exercises
demonstrating how to build lip before
ana alter operations.
Mr. Flynn dwelt several minutes on
the care of the child, showing how
easily it was influenced in its young
life by what it sees. He said: "Let
me make some practical suggestions
lor you in the care of your child. If
he hasn't the best home, send him out
where he can see the best there is in
life. Do not put your immature boy
in a workshop or factory, where his
body may be dwarfed, his mind left
undeveloped, his morals thwarted and
his aspirations killed.
' Send him to school until of proper
age for business, that he may get, in
youth, the influence of good environment.
"Do not nag the child, but show him
by your own person, call his attention
to others who look as you wish him
to look, and thus develop his pride in
himself. Children should always sleep
apart; avoid all irritating clothing. Be
careful what you feed your children
after 7 o clock at night.
Mr. Flynn will open bis fifth week
Sunday night. The subject will be,
"Cause and Cure of Hardening of the
Arteries and High Blood Pressure." and
"The Relation of the Spiritual to the
Physical Body." Tonight, "iverves In
and Out of Order" and "A Sick Mind",
will bo the topics.
BELGIUM PRESENTS PLAINT
Vice-Consul in Portland Reports'
Action Taken in AVashlncton.
C. Henry Labbe, of Portland, "Vice
Consul for Belgium, yesterday received
advices that the Belgian Minister at
Washington has handed to the State
Department a memorandum from the
Belgian government, charging that
Germany has violated the international
law of the Hague convention in trying
to force Belgian workmen to work for
the benefit of the German army and
to the detriment of Belgian interests.
It is represented that the German au
thorities tried to induce Belgian work
men to engage in railway operations
that would make about an army corps
of Germans available for the trenches.
The Belgians refused the employment,
whereupon, it is declared,' the German
authorities resorted to coercive meas
ures, such as arrest, imprisonment, de
portation and confinement in concen
ARMY FLIER KNOWN HERE
Lieutenant Sutton on Leave After
Death oT Companion on Flight.
According to advices from New York
Redondo B. Sutton, of the United States
Aviation Corps, known to Portland as
"Don" Sutton, who narrowly escaped
death in a flight at Fort Sill, is at the
Lieutenant Sutton has entirely re
covered from the injuries of the flight
in August when his companion. Cap
tain Knox, was killed, and is in New
York on leave. He declares that his
accident will not deter him from raak
inir future flights, as he considers the
aeroplane one of the biggest assets of
Lieutenant Sutton was educated In
the Portland schools and after his grad
uation from Portland high, now Lin
coln, received his West Point appointment.
Ashamed of her
If you, too, are embarrassed by a
pimply, blotchy, unsightly complex
ion, nine chances out of ten
will clear it
Just try Resinol Soap for a weeic
and see if it does not make a blessed
difference in your skin. It also
helps to make red, rough hands and
arms soft and white.
In severs or stubborn cases, Resinol Soap
should bs sided by s linle Resinol Ointment.
Bothare sold byaiJ Dmtsists. For trial free,
srrite to Dept. i-P, Resinol, Baltbnore, Md.
Delicious, Wholesome Candies the Kind Everybody Likes Underpriced at Bargain Circle Today
Extensive Showing of Neiv Hallowe'en Novelties Favors, Invitations, Decorations, Garlands, Etc.
Meet your friends
here and enjoy one
of our incompar
Service from 11:30
to 2:30. Reasonable
Olds,Worttnan Sc King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone JMarshall 48QO
Home Phone A 62 31
on the fourth floor.
Over 4000 different
articles from which
to choose, free, in
xchange for your
filled stamp books.
Saturday With All
& Cash Purchases in
A Notable Victory for Green Trading Stamps
The decision in favor of "S. 65 H." Green Trading Stamps, recently rendered by the Federal Court, will be good news to thousands of stamp savers
who have taken this effective means to cut the high cost of living and get useful and valuable articles for personal and home use without one cent
of cost. This strong indorsement of the Trading-Stamp method of economy in the home will be of untold benefit to the buying public, not only
j throughout the entire country. If you have delayed starting a book, do so now and get your share of the valuable premiums dis
tributed every month. Out-of-town customers, too, are urged to take advantage of this additional saving. Stamps will be given upon request with
all cash orders received by mail. Stamps will also be given on all charge accounts if paid in full on or before the tenth of each month.
A Remarkable Sale of 500 Trimmed Hats
$7.50 to $15 Models to Go at
See Display in Two of Our Morrison Street Windows
OMEN ALL WOMEN will be eager to share in this extraordinary sale of beau-
tiful new Hats for DRESS-UP WEE K. We have planned to make this the premier
millinery event of the season an occasion that will long be remembered by those
who are fortunate enough to share. Every Hat in the assortment is new and thoroughly
desirable just such models as are being worn by fashionable women everywhere and the
price we have put upon them scarcely covers the cost of trimmings alone on many of the
models shown. In order to appreciate fully tho beauty of these Hats you must see them.
Two large windows on Morrison street will bo devoted to their showing. See windows.
Dress, Semi-Dress and Tailored
High crowns, medium crowns and low crowns smart new models of high
grade hatters plush, velvets, velour de norse and other materials.
Exquisitely trimmed with ostrich plumes and fancies in white and various
delicate shades, also tinted pompons and ostrich, paradise, gilt and
steel novelties, etc. small, medium and large Hats in models to please
every fancy. Particularly becoming are many Hats shown in this
lot in the new high-crown Puritan sailor effects. See these Hats.
Choice of 500 New Trimmed Hats
Models which would ordinarily sell at $7.50, $10, $12.50 and $15
a wide assortment of styles for all occasions in a phenomenal one
day sale (Saturday) at only Four Dollars. Shop early in the day.
Soiled and Mussed
Hie to 2Qc
Main Floor Women's fine shamrock,
lawn and sheer cambric Handkerchiefs
one corner white and colored em
broidery. Neat and attractive designs.
These are slightly soiled and mussed,
but not damaged in any way.
Standard 15c and 20c grade at Ot
Main Floor Women's fine, sheer
Linen Kerchiefs this season's styles,
with dainy embroidered corners. Buy
now for the holidays. Worth f Q.
to 35c. Priced special, each JLZfC
Women's Suits at $25
See Window Display
Suit Salons, Second Floor Distinctive, out-of-the-ordinary
styles characterize every one of
these suits, and the tailoring is of highest or
der. Tailored models or the more dressy cuts
in excellent assortment. Some fur-trimmed,
others trimmed with novelty braids, buttons,
etc Especially smart are the clever suits we
show in the popular, belted effects. All wanted
materials are represented cheviots, serges,
tweeds, broadcloth, poplins, etc., in the newest
Winter shades. Ask to see CPOCf ff
these Suits at low price of Je LLf
Women's New Fall Coats
$16.50 and $18.50
Department, Second Floor A new Coat for
"DRESS-UP WEEK" We have the particular
model you have in mind at the price you want
to pay. Saturday we feature special lines at
above prices in all the fashionable materials,
including corduroys. Many are fur-trimmed.
All sizes for women and misses. See these.
wsi sW v im
Hairbow and Fancy Ribbons
25c and 35c Grades at the Yard
Main Floor Plain, wide all-silk Taffeta Ribbons in good assort
ment of colors, especially desirable for hair bows and millinery
purposes. Also wide moire ribbons in light and dark colors and
Novelty Ribbons in various fancy stripes, checks, etc. Don't fail
to take advantage of this special offering. Ribbons of 1Q
25c and 35c qualities on sale at low price of, the yard
Women's $5 Shoes $3.85
DOUBLE Stamps Will Be Given With
Cash Purchases in Shoe Dept. Saturday.
Main Floor Women's high-grade Shoes in great
assortment of styles in button or lace effects.
One model similar to illustration short vamp
with neat round toe, high arch and Louis Cuban
Heels. Cloth tops and welted soles. rf O
All sizes and widths. $5 Shoes at Vt)OD
Misses and Childrens Shoes
Main Floor Shoes for misses, big girls and
children foot-form lasts, assuring comfort
to growing feet. Patent and gunmetal
leather with oak-tanned soles. Read on:
$3.00 Shoes, sizes 8 to 2, at, pair $1.98
$3.50 Shoes, sizes 2 to 6, at, pair $2.48
MEN'S $4.50 SHOES $3.59 Of select calf stock, J0 fffl
"Ace Hi" and "Lucky Strike" lasts $4.50 Shoes at, pair 30OJt
Saturday Last Day!
Department, Third Floor Today's menu will be: "How to Fry Thick
Steak in Wear-Ever Fry Pan Without Grease." Don't fail to come
SPECIAL TODAY 90c Wear-Ever Double-lipped Sauce Pan 53i
$1.05 Wear-Ever Covered Sauce Pan on sale today at only 79
60c Wear-Ever Covered Sauce Pan priced special now at only 25
Second Floor Extra special offerings
in infants' and children's wearables
for Saturday "MOTHERS' DAY."
Girls' Winter Coats
Second Floor Girls' warm Winter
Coats of brown, blue and green cordu
roy and zibelines, also black Caracul,
trimmed with Salt's plush. Smart
belted styles, with high Q
neck. Ages 6 to 14 yrs.
BLACK PLUSH or Corduroy Coats in
double - breasted, belted sn m f. n
styles. Ages 2 to 6 yrs. pO4tO
Girls9 Wool Dresses
Second Floor Excellent quality serge,
Shepherd checks and corduroys. Ages
6 to 14 years. Priced J O Q O
special at, the garment ir O
Reuben's Infant Shirts
Second Floor Made of silk and wool;
will not shrink. Sizes up to 4. Grades
selling up to $1.30. Priced QD
special today at, the garment foC
JBasernent Underprice Store
Extra Special Offering for Saturday
Women's $3Q Suits at $13.85
Manufacturer's Sample Lines and Duplicate Garments of This
Season's Latest Models Best of Workmanship and Materials
In the Basement Suit Section Saturday we will dispose of a big lot of Women's and Misses New Fall and
Winter Suits at a price about HALF what the garments were made to sell for. We are enabled to quote
this low price because a manufacturer sold us his entire sample line and duplicate garments at less than
actual cost of production All are new 1915-16 models. The materials are broadcloths, serges, gabardines
and novelty mixtures. Choice range of colors, best of linings and workmanship unexcelled. ff t T O
Suits worth $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 on sale for this underpricing event at low price of dUOO
Smart tailored styles also fancy
models in very latest effects, with
trimmings of plaits, embroidery,
buttons, soft laces, fancy vestees,
etc. Materials include laces, nets,
chiffons, Georgette crepes, crepe de
chine and taffeta. Full-length
sleeves, high or low necks. Shown
in both light and dark colors and
in all wanted sizes. O Q Q
Priced special each pOe JxO
Grocery Dep't, Fourth Floor
Put up by Armour & Co. ex
pressly for Olds. Wortman &
King. Medium sizes weighing
from 10 to 13 pounds f o
on sale special, pound IOC
rtrnle konldrr Hams. lb. lie
ffr Ripe Olives, quart 4Sc
Oe Martin's N.V. hfr.,, Ifc. s5.
35e O. W. li.. Muf rr-tl Olive
new pack, lo-os. bottl-.
en sale aperlnl mt ssly xSe
SOe "l.lly sf the Vallcv"
Little Uena Pfss, in kIms, SOe
1 Crosne A Blaekweire
Olive Oil ule, nettle 6Se
Iain. Floor Standard Lines ef
Tetlet Preparations, Drnga,
Five bars Ivory Soap, one 1 Q
bar Lurllne Soap today only 1 0 C
Limit, six cakes to a custom
er and no deliveries except
with other purchases m & d e
in our Drusr Department.
10c Hand or Kitchen Papolio
ear?" Unscented Soap at
www muu a nonfy ana Almond
Cream, special low price S3e
Jf Massattla Talcum Powder lie
6C Colgate's Toothpaste t 2e
f ! Heddin's Toilet Water O.Sc
10c Palmolive Soap, cake at 7c
Dora Face Powder, all shades 3e
J5o Imperial Talcum Powder ize
60o Lavoris Mouth Wash at 4ve
60c liay Hum li-oi. bottle Me
S5c Lyon's Tooth Powder at ISe
i?cv""ams' Cold Cream at e
fl.00 Fitch's Hair Tonic for fe
BOe Liquid Tar Soap at only 37e
10c liex 13rand Ammonia for ee
2oo Absorbent Cotton, 1 lb. at IKe
2ic Dressing- Combs now for lue
10c American Square Glycer-
ine Soap on sale at only Se
Toilet Papers 1500 sheets for loe
Household Rubber Gloves at 8Se
SOc Guaranteed Scissors now 25c
SI 1 . tm' - . i . .
w onus ana
.. Syringes on sale at only
15o Tooth Brush, all styles, at
Hand Scrub Brushes, asst'd.
10c Soap, largo assortment of
odds and ends, on sale at
11.00 Rubber - Cushion Hair
R P II h . . urith n . LI.
bristles, on sale at onlv BOe
Hot-Water Bottles. SI, S1.73, S3
IC-oz. bottle Witch Haxel at 21e
35o Fletcher's Castoria only 23c
50c California Syrup of Fig-s
on sale Saturday at only S5e
2ae bottle Castor Oil now for ISc
Pebeco Tooth Paste at only SOe
25c Babcock's Corylopsls Tal
cum Powder Saturday at 13c
25e Bathasweet. for bath, at ISc
25c Frostilla. for the toilet, at 14c
35o Fivers' Toilet Soap in
lilac and violet 27c, 3 for 7Ee
25c Packer's Tar Soap only 15c
Dress Up! Look Fit!
Let Us Help You
TARESS-TJP TTnclo Rom rt a
Look as fit as a fiddle look happy,
healthy and prosperous! Clothes will do
itl However you may feel, to others you
are only as alive as you look. An OWK
Suit or Overcoat will make you supreme
ly well dressed. It will do more than
that it will KEEP you well-dressed.
Handmade all through, it's a mighty
good investment for you. Why delay?
Get ready NOW to join the "Dress-Ups"
Men's Fall Suits
Smart models from America's best mak
ers of Men's and Young Men's Clothes.
Choice collection of newest patterns, col
ors and fabrics and full range of sizes.
Men's Overcoats at $15.00 to $35.00
Men's Fall Suits at $15.00 to $35.00
Men's Fall Hats
$3 and $4
Men's Soft Hats, all styles, now $3.00
Schoble Stiff Hats, now for only $4.00
Men's Caps $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Men's $1.25 Union Suits 89c
$2 Union Suits $1.69
Main Floor Men's Cotton
Union Suits in good heavy grade
for Fall and Winter wear.
Shown in ecru, elastic ribbed,
with closed crotch. Semi-fleece
lined. Sizes from 36 up to 46.
Standard $1.25 Union
Suits on sale, garment
Main Floor Men's Union Suits
of medium-weight wool mixture,
in natural color. These are of ex
cellent quality and come in sizes
from 36 up to 48. Beautifully
finished and perfect fitting. The
standard $2 Union
Suits now for only
Men's Flannelette Pajamas, pink and blue stripes, special 89
Men's $1.50 Blue Flannel Shirts, flat or military collar, now 08
Men's Heavy Black Cotton Hose, all sizes, 6 pairs for only $1.0O
Boys' Blue Serge Suits at $5
$6.50 Fancy Suits $4;85
Main Floor These splendid
Suits are made from wear-tested
wool serges tailored to our
special order and will give extra
service. New Norfolk models,
with stitched belt, plaits and
patch pockets. Pants full lined
with, double-taped seams. See
Suits priced at
SPECIAL SHOWING OF BOYS'
Main Floor Buy your boy one
of these serviceable School Suits
and pay much less than usual.
Odd lines from our regular stock
mostly in fancy tweeds, home
spuns, cheviots, etc Sizes 6-18.
Boys $6.50 Nor folks now $4.85
Boys $7-50 Nor folks now $5.63
Boys $8.50 Norfolks now $0.25
Boys $10.00 Norfolks at $7.48
OVERCOATS $o.OO TO $20.00