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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor Main 7070. A 6093
tlty Editor Main 7070, A 6085
feundsy Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Advertising Department Main 7070. A 60B5
Llty circulation Main 7070. A 6095
composing-room Main 7070. OSS
Printing-room Main 7070. A 6Uo
buperintendent Building. ..Main "07O. A aoS
HEir.Ia THEATER (Broadway and Taylor
tr-;.t.) German war pictures, thla after
noon 2:15 and tonight at 7:15 and 8:43.
X5AKEH THEATER Sixth and Morrison
atre-ta. i Baker Stock Company In The
Argyle Case." Thla afternoon at 2:15 and
tonight at 6:15.
ORPHEL M (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 8:30
EMPRESS (Broadway and Stark street.)
Vaudeville Performancea 2:30. 7:30 and
:15 P. n.
Advertisements intended for City News
in Brief columns In Sunday's Issue must be
handed in The Oregonian business office by
6 o'clock. Saturday evening.
Missionart Call, ed East. Rev.
George E. Paddack, superintendent of
missions for the Congregational
Churches in this district, will leave on
Wednesday for New Haven, Conn. Dr.
Paddack will go in response to a call
Jrom the New York board and will at
tend a conference of the board and
missionary workers. It Is suggested
by the New York board to unite Atkin
son Memorial Church of this city with
the city mission work and get one able
man to attend to both duties. This
plan was discussed at the prayer meet
ing at Atkinson Church on Thursday
night, but no action was taken. Until
definite plans are made. Rev. Dr. Ny
lander will occupy the pulpit until a
successor to the Rev. Frank W. Gorman
Intra-Citt Hunter Punished. Short
ly after paying a fine of $5 for carry
ing a shotgun uncased on Council Crest,
where it was said he had been shooting
pheasants, George Marco was re-arrested
at the order of Deputy District At
torney Deich on the charge of hunting
on a game preserve, and later released
on bail of $50. An old state law mak
ing all municipalities game refuges was
Jug up by the Deputy District Attorney
in order to put a stop to promiscuous
Bhooting within the city limits, which
resulted in the injuring of two" women,
one last Sunday and one yesterday.
Mrs. Sumner Buried. Funeral serv
ices for Mrs. Amelia Ann. Sumner,
Oregon pioneer, who died at Salem
October 5, were held at 11 o'clock yes
terday morning in Skewes' Chapel,
Third and Clay streets. The Rev. J. H.
Ghormley conducted the services. La
ter, Peter A. Porter Corps, Ladies of
the Grand Army of the Republic, held
epecial services. Mrs. J. M. Leach, of
Portland, recording secretary of the
Women of Woodcraft, la a daughter of
Mrs. Sumner. The Misses Leach sang
et the services. Burial was in River
Feast of St. Francis Is Suxdat.
The feast of St. Francis will be held
Sunday at St. Francis Church. Solemn
high mass and a sermon will be ren
dered by a Dominican father. The mu
clc will be special for the occasion.
Following the mass the women of the
parish will give a dinner in the parish
hall from 11:30 A. M. till 3 P. M. The
Rev. Franciscan Father Visitor will
make the visitation of the Third Order
of St- Francis in this parish October 17.
This visit will be public, and all in
terested will be welcome to attend.
Man Sitti.no in Car injured. Heavy
boxes projecting 20 inches over the
iside of a scavenger wagon driven by
Vincent StaSfen, 469 Sixth street,
etruck and injured John Arenson, 230
Clay street, who was sitting in the
automobile of a friend at Second and
Washington streets yesterday morning.
Staffen was arrested on a charge of
reckless driving. The injuries to Mr.
Arenson were not serious, consisting of
cuts across the nose and forehead.
One of "Campers" Sentenced. Leo
Hudson, one of four who were making
their home in a shack hidden in the
woods near Eighty-fifth street and
Sandy boulevard, was sentenced to six
months in jail yesterday when convict
.cd of the theft of some provisions and
clothing, presumably for the use of the
campers. Charles Bopp, Gilbert Haw
kins and Dan Milkavich, who completed
the party, will have a 'hearing in
Municipal Court today.
Milton Miller to Speak. Milton
E. Miller, collector of internal reve
nue, will be the speaker today at the
meeting of Lents Grange, and his sub
ject will be "War." Rev. Mr. Horn
echuch, of the Lents Evangelical
Church, will speak on the subject,
"Teaching a Boy How to Save and
Training a Girl to Help in the Home."
Miss Elsie Bright will render a vocal
eolo. The programme will be open to
Thief Quicklt Apprehended. With
in six hours after the theft of a
suit of clothes from the home of W. A.
Dodge. 305 Main street, had been re
ported to the police. City Detectives
Hellyer and Tackaberry yesterday ar
rested John Davis, aged 19, for the
larceny. A confession was obtained
Jrom the young man, who will appear
in Municipal Court this morning.
Saloonkeeper Is Arrested. Fred
famuelson, proprietor of the Loggers'
Home saloon at Fifth and Burnside
streets, was arrested yesterday by
Traffic Officer Wells on the charge of
driving an automobile while intoxi
cated. The policeman said that the
man was not in a condition to be
trusted with the guiding of a machine
on the city streets.
Jack Rennie Traps Bear. Jack Ren
nie, known in Portland as a Scotch
entertainer, trapped a bear in the or
chard of the farm where he has been
working near Stella. Wash., recently.
The bear was a good-sized black one,
weighing 216 pounds when dressed. Mr.
Rennie expects to be back in the city
Vksper Leader Announced. Mrs.
A. L. Veazie will be the leader at
the vesper service in the Younv Wom
en's Christian Association tomorrow at
4:3 J o'clock. Elizabeth Hamilton, Sto
wers will sing. A social hour will be
held at 6:30 o'clock. All girls who are
strangers in the city will be given a
J. L. Kirchen to Speak. J. L.
Kirchen, superintendent of the manual
training departments in the public
schools, will speak tonight at 8 o'clock
in Central Library to the Single Tax
Association on "Military Preparedness."
A public discussion will follow.
Rally Day to Be Observed.
Rally Pay will be observed in Mount
Tabor Presbyterian Church tomorrow.
At the Sunday school service at 10
o'clock Rev. A. J. Montgomery will give
"What Can Religion Dor' will
toe the theme discussed by Dr. Luther
R. Dyott Sunday evening. October 9, in
the First Congregational Church. In
the morning his theme will be, "In
Business With God." Rally Day. Adv.
Tonight Dinner dance at Chanti
cleer Inn on the Columb'a Highway.
Admission by reservation oi.ly. Call up
Main SS42. Special reduced auto rates.
Dancing until midnight. Adv.
Dr. Landon to speak. The Rev.
Warren H. Landon, D. D.. president of
San Francisco Theological Seminary,
will preach Sunday at Calvary Presby
terian Church, Eleventh and Clay
Sundat Excursions. To Cascade
Locks on steamer Bailey Gatzert. $1
round trip. Leaves Alder-street dock
at 9 A. M. Arrives back at 5:45 P. M
Phones: Main S14. A 5112. Adv.
Dr. N. A. Nisbeth, formerly Nis
beth Sanitarium, is located at 1014 E.
Glisan St. Treatment by appointment
only. Phone Tabor 6762. Adv.
Dr. W. C. Shearer, dentist, re
Church Holds Annual Meettno
The Lents Baptist Church held its
annual meeting Thursday night, at
tended by a large portion of the mem
bership. Responses were made by
those present in short talks, and non
resident members sent letters, when
the roll was called. The following of
ficers were elected: Trustees, W. M
Barker, M. K. Merritt. H. H. Arthur.
R. Lewis, J. R. Swartout; deacons, R.
Lewis, W. M. Barker. J. R. Swartout,
H. J. Arthur; deaconesses, Mrs. Ella,
Mrs. R. Lewis, Mrs. M. K. Merritt;
clerk. Miss Fay Hickox; treasurer, G.
R. Greenwell; financial secretary, Mrs.
Ida Warnock; Sunday school superin
tendent, G. R. Greenwell; . Elmo
Heights superintendent. N. G. Wilcox;
auditors, M. K. Merritt and W. T.
Baker. Reports showed all depart
ments in good condition.
Mart M. MMahon's Funeral Held.
Funeral services of Mary M. Mc
Mahon, who died October 2, were
held Wednesday and the interment was
made at Rose City Cemetery. Rev. J.
M. Nelson, pastor of the Lents Baptist
Church, conducted the services. Her
classmates were the pallbearers, and
there was a large attendance of
friends. The deceased was born in
Portland March 3. 1899, and made her
home with Mrs. Riggs, who lived on
Eighth avenue, in Lents, since she was
a child of three years. Of her family
a brother, Arthur McMahon, survives.
She was a member of the Christian Al
liance Mission of Portland.
New Congregation to Meet. A new
Seventh-Day Adventist congregation
wnich was organized last Satur
day with 200 members will meet today
for its first regular session at East
Eleventh and East Alder streets. Rev.
Milton H. St. John will preside. Serv
ices will be held on Saturdays at 11
A. M. and 8 P. M. and Sundays at 8
P. M. Tor.ight the subject will be,
"Does Portland Need a Sunday Law?"
Tomorrow night Mr. St. John will
speak on "An International Supreme
Military Debate Today. Charlen
W. Fulton, ex-United States Senator
from Oregon, and Eugene E. Smith,
president or tne central Labor Council,
will debate the question of . military
training for the public schools at the
luncheon of the Civic League, at the
Multnomah Hotel today. Mr. Fulton
will speak in favor and Mr Smith
against the ilea. J. B. G-eraity, of New
York, and Mr. Remey, son of Admiral
Remey, will also make short talks.
They are traveling in the interests of
the peace movement.
Labor Wants Representative. Eu
gene Smith, president of the Central
Labor Council, yesterday submitted to
the County Commissioners the names
of five Portland labor leaders one of
whom he wants to have appointed on
the county advisory budget committee.
This committee probably will be named
Monday, each of the three Commis
sioners appointing two and the six so
selected appointing a seventh. Com
missioner Holman stated that he had
decided to name Joseph N, Teal and
county Assessor Reed.
Taylor Street M. E. Church. The
members of this old church will
gather tomorrow at 10:15 A. M. outside
the locked doors of their church at
Third and Taylor streets, to listen to
an interesting address. The music will
be a special feature Mr. I. D. Boyer
will sing as a solo, "My Mother's Pray
er." Last Sunday this service was at
tended by the largest number of people
that have so far participated in any of
tnese outdoor services of protest- Adv
Parish Sino Arranged. A Parish
Sing will be given under the aus
pices of the Junior Auxiliary of St.
uavias cnurcn in the Parish House,
East Twelfth and East Morrison
streets, tonight at 8 o'clock. Arch
deacon H. D. Chambers will give an
illustrated lecture on mission work in
the Diocese of Oregon. A collection
will be taken up form the benefit of
iiocesan missions. Everyone is in
Clyde Held to Grand Jury.
Herbert Clyde, arrested for alleged
participation in the robbery of the
Armory saloon recently, was recog
nized in the County Jail yesterday by
A. W. Hicox, a grocer, as a man who.
unaer tne name or George H. Fine,
passed a bad cneck on him in January,
1914. Fine, or Clyde, waived prelimi
nary hearing on both charges before
District Judge Dayton, and was held
tor the grand jury.
Escaped Trusty Recaptured. Will
iam Owen, trusty at the County
Jail, who escaped Wednesday night by
using, a blanket as a rope, was recap
tured yesterday by Deputy Sheriffs
Ward and Yatens. The fugitive tele
phoned to an acquaintance residing at
921 East Couch street and the latter
notified the Sheriff's office.
"Race Betterment." Professor
Harry Beals Torrey, of. Reed College,
will speak upon "Race Betterment
Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock, at the
Church of Our Father, Broadway and
Yamhill. In the morning at 11, Rev.
W. G. Eliot, Jr., will speak upon "The
Simple Life, Not a Fad But a Moral
"Clothing For a Naked Soul."
This is the striking topic of the eve
ning sermon at the First Methodist
Church on Sunday. This will be one
of Dr. Loveland s most terse, pungent
and thought-provoking discourses. Be
present at 7:30 P. M. You will be very
English Class Meets Tonight.
The first meeting of the class in lit
erary appreciation, modern novelists,
conducted by Mrs. Mable Holmes Par
sons, of the University of Oregon, will
be held at 7:4a o'clock tonight in
Room B of the Library. All interested
Mr. Lyon to Speak. Chester A. Lyon.
of Lebanon, Or., will be the speaker at
the meeting of the Young People's
Christian Endeavor Society of the
Presbyterian Church of Mount Tabor
tomorrow night at 6:30 o'clock. Mr
Lyon will tell of the Big Brother farm.
Man Wins on Appeal. Louis Scheim,
convicted in Municipal Court on
a charge of selling cushion covers il
lustrated with alleged obscene pic
tures, was freed on appeal by a Jury
in Circuit Judge Gatens' court yester
day. Rev. Mr. Loveland Will Speak. Rev.
Frank Loveland. pastor of the First
Methodist Church, will deliver the ad
dress this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the annual fair of Oswego Grange.
There will be a general programme.
Grays Crossing to Have Fountain.
The park authorities have noti
fied the people of Grays Crossing in
the Mount Scott district that a fountain
soon will be provided for that district.
Saturday Special. Our 40c bulk
coffee, 25c Not over 4 lbs. to a person.
Martin Marks coffee Co.. 2o2 3d st- Adv.
The Roland Overcoat
Read in your Saturday Evening Post this week the full
page ad. of The Roland Overcoat by The House of Kuppen
heimer, then come here and try on this identical coat in
It's here in grays, greens and browns at $20, $23 and
$30. Only one of many new models that are here in
$20, $25, $30 and $35
See the new Stetson $4 Fall
Hats here in all the new
shapes and shades.
Ralston $4 and $5 Shoes
combine style and service
with perfect comfort.
Steinbach & Co.
GUS KUHN. Pres.
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER
S. & H. STAMPS GIVEN
DISPLAYS WILL VIE
Best Dress-Up Week Windows
to Be Awarded Prizes.
INTEREST IS INCREASING
day returned from Tillamook, here
..i "-J o.uc3 Lll MCiCIIUttlll, 111 O. UillO-
In November, f)12, Mr. Rathbun ar
rested Dan Nicholas for fishing in Ho
quarton Slough, where it had been
closed by the State Legislature. The
fish that Nicholas had caught were
mm gum. .Yi r. nainDUn was
sued for the amount and more than the
fish sold for. Nicholas alleging that the
fish sold by Mr. Rathbun represented
only part of that confiscated and that
he was fishing when caught below the
dead line, where fishing was legal.
After the evidence was all given the
plaintiff's attorney asked for a nonsuit.
Dance and Amusement Features Are
Subject of Many Queries Iro
moter Want People to Help
Boost Their City.
With a "punch" put into the pro
gramme for Dress-Up Week, through
the employment of bands, public danc
ing on the streets and a contest be
tween merchants of the city in dress
ing display windows, interest in the.
event yesterday jumped about 10,000
The Chamber of Commerce tele
phones were ringing ail day and the
Retail Merchants' Bureau was kept
busy ladling out information concern
ing the moonlight nop that is to be
held at Sixth and Yamhill streets.
"Tell 'era that it is free to every
body, so long as couple can be given
space in which to move," was the tired
utterances of Secretary Conklin last
McElroy's Band will furnish the mu
sic. While the dancers are enjoying the
street privilege, there will be much en
tertainment for the other thousands
who will flock to the retail district
Monday evening. There wilt be miles
of show windows, where the very fin
est and latest of seasonable wear will
be displayed, -oods direct from the
big markets of tho world.
Dress-Up week is this year to take
the place of the annual style shows
that have been given by Portland mer
chants. Besides showing their goods, the
merchants are now keenly alive to
making a splen-iid display in their win
dows because of the awards that are
to be made by the Chamber of Com
"While it is not denied that the ob
ject of Dress-Up week is to sell goods
to those persons who may feel that
their supplias are in need of replen
ishment, a bigger object is to demon
strate that Portland is abreast of the
times," remarked J. C. English, the
man who got action and arranged for
the dancing feature that is to open
"We are trying to get everybody in
Portland to take the proper Interest
in the city and its growth.
"We are trying to put on a front
that will cause visitors from other
states and other lands to receive an
impression that Portland is wide
awake, up-to-the-minute, and not only
the handsomest city in America, but
the home of the best-dressed people
in the United States."
Tonight. Dinner dance at Chanticleer
Inn on the Columbia Highway. Ad
mission by reservation oniy. Call up
Main 8842. Special reduced auto rates.
Dancinc; until midnight. Adv.
PEAK TO BE RED TONIGHT
2-O0 Pounds of Red Fire to Be Set
on Mount Hood Summit.
Another illumination of Mount Hood
is promised for tonigtot.
According- to the plans of Lou Piyde
more, proprietor of Government Camp
Hotel, and Elijah Coalman, the moun
tain g-uide who has charge of the
lookout station on the summit of Mount
Hood, the peak wilt be illuminated at
about 8 o'clock. Two hundred pounds
of "red fire" have been taken to the
top of the mountain.
The cloudy condition of the atmos
phere may prevent city watchers from
seeing the blaze.
SUIT OVER RSH SALE ENDS
Action Against Deputy Over Confis
cation of Catch Is Dropped.
Lou Rathbun, a deputy in tho depart-
ment of fisheries of th state, yester-
ilim Hotel Cornelius
TJltSgS The House of Welcome
' Park and Alder Streets
In the theater and shopping district, one block from
any carline. Rates $1 per day and up. With bath.
S1.50 per day and up. Take our Brown Auto 'Bus.
C. W. Cornelius, President H. E. Fletcher, Manager
Children under 16 NOT
admitted unless accom
panied by their parents.
Please come early
and avoid the
of People Have Been
Begin 11 A. M.,
12:45, 2:30, 4:15,
6, 7:45 and 9:30
Will Run for ONE Day More
Today ana Sunday Only
"If there were more
'Damaged Goods' on the
screen, there would be
less syphilis in real life"
Wrote a Portland physician.
"The Sins -Which
Ye Do by Two and
Two Ye Must An
swer For One by
Monday 1 P. M.
On newest electric board,
Monday at 11 A. M.
Every Patron Attending the Matinee Will Be
Served With Fresh Doughnuts by Dayton & Maley,
"The Doughnut Hunters"
I I Hi
Phones: Marshall 1. A-6281
Any Vea7, any Lamb,
Any Pork today?
At the same low prices
You always have to pay
Jones' Quality Meats
At Reduced Prices for This Saturday's Sale
Extra Choice Milk-Fed
Legs of Veal, lb .17c
Loins of Veal, lb., 17c
Shoulders of Veal, lb., IS'zC
Breast of Veal, lb., . .122
Veal Loaf, lb 15 c
Veal Sausage 15c
Oregon Grain-Fed Pig Pork
Legs of Pork, lb., 15c
Loins of Pork, lb., .... 16c
Shoulders of Pork, lb., -lie
Fresh Spare Ribs, lb., . . 10c
Pure Leaf Lard, lb., .12 'ic
Clubhouse Sausage, lb., 15c
Choicest Oregon Lambs
Legs, Loins, Racks, lb., 18
Breasts, lb. 10
Shoulders, lb., 12 14
Best Steer Pot Roast (all cuts) 14$
Jones' Little Pig Pork Sausages (1 lb. cartons) 20
Jones' "Pride of Oregon" Brand
Sugar-Cured Hams, Bacon, Lards
Smoked and Cured Just Right.
Hams, ii or whole, lb. 16c
Fancy Breakfast Bacon, ii or whole strip, lb 18-20c
English Style Bacon (Tenderloin backs), i or whole 17c
Picnics, lb " lOc
Cottages, lb -. . . f 15c
Special Bacon, lb ; 12 'ic
No. 5 Pure Lard 60c No. 5 Compound 45c
No. 10 Pure Lard. . - SI. 15 No. 10 Compound S5c
PHONE ORDERS TAKEN
CASH OR CREDIT
Nerves in Order and Out of Order
Flynn Health Chautauqua
W. EARL FLYNN
Fifth Week Opens Sunday Night
Cause and Cure of Hardening of the Arteries and High
Blood Pressure, by request, and the Relation of the
Physical to the Spiritual Body.
Flynn"a Lectures and Lessons, fully Illustrated. Complete health
education. The only complete Health Library. Half price for a
limited time. $10.00. Indorsed by hundreds. Send check or money
order to W. E. Flynn, care this paper.
Skidmore Drug Co.
l emporanly .Located
271 Alder Street
Between Third and Fourth Sts.
Training class for kindergarten teach
ers at St. Helen's Hall will open Mon
day. October 4. under Miss Mary B.
Ledyard. for 3 5 years & supervisor of
the kindergartens at Los Angeles. Ap
ply to the Sister Superior.
ana Kbeiuutum. Latest and neat
methods. No Operations, no Medicin.
Consultation and Examination reo.
412 Swetland Bldg. f bona Main o674.
JW ! urn I
A toilet preparation of merit.
Helps to radicate dandruff.
For Rwtarinc Color and a
Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair.
tor, and $1.00 at Dm crista.
Gut the Cost of living!
A plate of hot biscuits or muffins, a
fresh, home-baked cake, a loaf of brown
or nut-bread, rescues any meal from the
commonplace, and more expensive things
are never missed.
With K C, the double acting baking
powder, good results are doubly certain.
There's economy too, in the cost of K C.
WE LEND MONEY
AT LEGAL RATES
On Diamonds. Jewelry and
Musical Instruments. Cour
teous attention to all borrow
ers large or small. All
pledges held one year.
Separate Department for Women.
Elby Company V;
320-3:13 Lmmber Eich. Rid., Second
and Stark Sts.
IOLYMPIA & EASTERN!
2SO Madison St.
Phones: Main 4136. A 475g.
Fresh ter. Clams and Crabs.
Wholesale and Retail. ,
Shipping of Crabs a Specialty.
A Moderate-Priced Hotel of Merit.
taut MurrlMi St.. Near Rraad An,
5e I'M Lay. S3.00 I'er Week Ip.
Phone Tour Want Ado to
THE OREGON IAN.
Main 7070. A 6C9S.
Gold welfrhs nearly SO times as much as
Its own bulk of water.