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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1915)
Wt Giv S. A H. Green
TIIE MOTtSINO onEOOXIAX SATURDAY', DCCEJIDEIC Zz, 1913.
'A. ' awi
- Safest hfofrutn's
iiTjrxT'n: cat- at ta rortia
iS wn cio ytrta ru-
4 Is t"i col'ectlo) cf 'tor ef arti
cle f ctk!Br eaei eru supplr
f "!! fir th r. Many f tae
nmibn imI parkas ef '' ant
b-i. ts i:t eent to tiOp
Air trfiin. t. a r!f(1 wf-
aa n-t flower had la th
ftrttaa. .Vr. U. J. pr-
.4.4 ai ytrny mete.
Th CaiiaMI f Jewlasj Woman writ!
pen th w year with a brtment af-
UfMa Jeaaarv . ther will
mi Ik th ;:ram f th ltl
Pwtlanl tn..ee,4 f Baal IT run lU'l
Th 0rff-Jon pi'-turaa wtll
now rvt Mm r!pt. Mar-. r"0
tr:te. wt! i a iri cf :.
ral ee-ettr yeans strte wttl aaatet la
tk kkuI h whi.-n wr.l follow the
t(rnn. Mr ! H-auni wtll In
trt ar th pro-ram. Mrs, Mai-
! Uomtmaa. chairman ef tha swlal
lomaKoi, wi:i aaaletad r Mr.
AM .""0.an. Mr. Charla ftofel.t.
ir. f LBn. Mra. At Lr.
M'. CSarlw ir. Mr. U Mrr. Mra.
Irm Taut. '-. ! Hrr. W
:an aa4 M'sa Uaa Karri.
la rrary tha Oiacit af Jub
Wamaa t.l ha 'Kaclproclty 4ar.
a crr af ilrm. Ua ProB. wits
Mra. Alrt Wmi;:tr a koataaa. Ta
koitaaa atwT bUb taa rfacorattaa f
tka Uaia aa4 aa Mr. Wariw.il.r la
mn rti!:j la pUoaln -ortloB.
iitii w.:i l'ubcM ka aa attrartia
lav aKUIlr aa arail aa frooa tka ratal
a a a
T&a Virca nxdii win aa a pa a ta
IS a pi<a aji4 for April a wotfrfil
ai'pria la U ator. "Jaaaaiia "r
ai l b sr-l tttaa aat Mr. Ft'tl
La&aakaaaa. tl chairmaa. baa writ'
laa a charm to- Iiccla t-mr la araick U
littla aoaa aai t'itar ef now ef
Ik riamJar will appaar Tin tot
i't tnT aa4 atr wt;l aarv aa
T it r:l CJa t:J Sara tha
kil jir " kf (a laf a aacaCios
tl T-iaa-taT. Tr fcot4 aa
asaattaa? aacil la aeea4 T4r l
M'aa U:!a Ti'. araatlant ef tka
fart: i lias Ccuoomla AaaoclaltAa.
ka aan to H4 i:tr t pa 14
Mr. Crla Tr'-nSta. la-arHat
f Caacral V. . C. T. I , irit4 at tna
maaftoaT a 'taaly. liav. M. IC
M. Jafin. M-a. J. C. --ett and atkara
rmnf r-jla t the tfflBllt. Mr.
T. . Iimon4 erat4'l
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Merry Christmas 5
One and AW
At th CW of Oar Moat Successful Holiday Season W
Extend to Our Thousands of Patrons and Friends, Not Only
in Portland, bat Throughout the Entire Northwest,
A Merry Christmas
And Happy NewYear
Olds, Worttnan & King
ctnoara are knovn mamters ef the
"lite claaa. TBar laara throusa nor.
ml cbartloo and natural curio, ity
Waaa tbar ) arontnooa quaatton.
Ik tckr anawar Tbta rapraaant
ta ttl work. Wbaa a bird a Beat
I dlacoaarcd la wblrk are five area ina
ebsarvaa and la Una laaroa that
lb luobtr la ta lata war a
faadanvalata ef arlthmatlc are Uuh.
a a a
Mra. Jabeaea dtaxa that the r
ef cbl.draa ara made ta a-- coir blf
Ibtoa ao4 that to fore tbaro lo tb
mail trial of a boon la aot oolr aa
aducadoaat biundar. bot an Inbomao
act. a the cbi.Jrao who come to Mra.
Johnaona acheol batid houea and tenia.
r doinat tkla vre'.l tbay ar lauorbaa
apo a cooraa ef manual tratala. Tbar
ik sardaaa as4 count tbatr eiania
for asaiaacnauca. Thar walcB tba oiraa.
baa, fiewara and batlarf'.laa for aclaaca.
Moriu of Nature aad of treat
arktarameat ar toid to tb chlMra
alia ikar bae iron waary with
thir f.ar-werh. Ja t:ma ther eiprea
a daa.xa I raa.J the atortaa lor mra.
aa !.. Mra. Johnaoa than rata tb
boe into tbalr kaada snl help tharn
ta nutir tk word. 7ii '
prmltl4 aotil IK child la St laaat
r eid ad aa'.tkar r'ailoc nor writ
las La oftea taht aata th cbUd ha
ceaad 1 year a.
VT aermal crewis tna cbhj aommaa
tea activ and raatl.a and at 11 ha
la raady t aatile down to boek work.
Aa the child baa de;oed eaiuraiir
ho aa4 aot bo ferrad to etudr "'
a ak4 to 4o . H a prorae from
thla time la rasld and at It b la ready
to eater bisk echool with other caii-
drea of bta aa.
TK V.mat Kott Maatat Cottar
n-i1) ntarttaad at diaaer TharaJay
If, honor ef the huahaoda ef tha mans
bar. Th bom cf Mr. and Mr.
Jamaa Hi'na wa jtifiUy dro-
rtat w.th putaaettta and try and the
u-a mart waa repaetad la pla-e
card aad the cntrpia ea tk thra
mg tabfa. M-a. . T. Vx'.l prtdad
fr Mra. J. J. llandjaher. a ho waa de
tain r K'aaaa.
a e e
A:r January t. tha Pertlerd
a4kaper Study O Jb wut opa an
" ctaaaa for Biea aa wall weraan.
Th.a aij rlae epportunlty for t!oa
"'ipiaj ttrxr.t in dr t atulr
faaaapaara. Mr. Aa'.oa Oiablavh.
:at 111 la la char- ef the forrnlr.
f th Claaaa.
a a a
TK rnMri ef th Confederacy
li CsrutoMa ramambrancaa to
n tmt'ar ef Corfadarate vettraaa thia
a a a
Th annual wUI aaenlnc -t thai
riKtera ef tia CaaM'rary wit! be
halt la tha tratnzton. t'lubhnqte. Jan.
ar IV when Pout Mam heepltallty wilj I
bo 4 pB4.
TK Aaomh P-tpMa CToh witt betd
aa aniarearr l i-ka at th llaa.
woo.1 Mtr. riaftloa of of(lrr will
rrcal a th-atar party.
a a e
oa City Fark rarant.Taa'har A a
aaMXattia I ptannlna for aa exhibition
la January, whaa tneaey will be ral, ad
for aeho 4ertl -"a. M't T. T. Cnf
t prao-taat and Mrs. Cady la trlco-
Th "barhwnrd" rh!4 aaa a ery de
dad rter a th "ortanje- che-oL
Ha la aot hId bark entli he baa auc-
caadd la coanuerlna a taak. bat I al
lowed to Brorea.t with othar Of hi
a a" a. Aa in'eaticaiion ina conqi
tiona under which he la workla- la
mad a and the thlra; that la found wron
la riahtad. t ith tha conditloa e;iml
Bated that retarded hie growth be can
k a-anarally vara ine laarmnia ni
Mra. Jonnaan ba accepted that loatl.
tutiona for backward rhildrea have ap
rd all over th .Nalloa and bar
rr. at hod a ar apptled. In a com par
lively abort tun a voeatlaa for which
tha child ta suited Is found and be oft
aurparaa bta more brilliant fallow
Ura. Johnaoa avelrea her ayatera or
eJucatio from bar work with hrr o
aoa. lie la a f : 1 1 1 n ar tttumant la
tar of orsamo educatloo.
lie la lf reliant, oui. k of thoucht
and ofca-ryatlora. aturdy and deter
mi aad. lie eapreeeae Mroactf raadily
and wall. Ida rar Intallleeace attract
tlentioa wbarcver he ioo.
Trier ran waa th frightened one thia
ttm. and thy rthrrd around blm.
-M:io. Pater I'an." they aald. "How
do you ilka our pond? Vou are cot
eailtrur very faat. o we will help you
and they car th board a puah with
their bill, making frier Tan sway and
nearly loaa his balance.
"Oo sway! Go away, n called to
thm- Cut they only quacked and
quacked to him frttfhtenrd and save
the board another puah. Thia time b
loal bla balanc and bla hind leg want
Into th water.
Peter Pao meowad loudly for h!p.
ard hls mother oa aboro called lo
Mother rurfc to kaap bar ducklinsa
from botherlnr her Peter Pan.
Keap him out of our pond, called
bark Mother Puck; "he ahould not (at
In thatr way If be doea not want to b
But b cn"t rat out of th pond.
aald Mrs. Tabby. "Do help him: he will
b drowned It some on doa not help
Put Mother Duck waa ant ready to
help him yet: ah Intended that Peter
I'M a should have a leaeon ne woua not
oon forcet. so ah went to tn am
of th board asd Rapped bar wlnia.
ma kin a amall waves In the pond, which
ent Peter's treacberoua little craft
aillrwr out Into th middle of th pond
with Peter meowing- as loud as ba
Mother Duck sailed after him. fol
lowed by bar little one, and after lec
tins Petar t a few mor frichta from
th tlpplna of the board. Mother Duck
aald lo him: "If I take you back to
tba barnyard, will you promlee riever to
bother my children aaalo, or Mother
lian a brood, either?" I
"Oh. yea." meowed Peter Fan. cry
Bleakly. "If you will only take ma
back to my mother I will never chaa
any of the chicken or duck aaaln.
Vary well.- aald Mother Puck, "then
I will take you home, but It you ever
bother my children again I will take
yea out bar and let you atay. .Nov
hop on my back and I will swim aahoro
Thr la your Peter Pan." said
Mother Duck when aha reached shore.
I think w have given blm a leaeon
he wtll remember for a long ttm. and
I advia you. Mrs. Tabby, to ac to It
that h behavea ln th futur. or the
raat time ba may not gat back to
Mra. Tabby promlaad that ba should
never bother anvone again as eh
l.rked the water from Peter's coat, and
ah alao thanked Mother Duck for
bringing Mm aafe to land.
Peter Pan did not roam about th
barnyard much after that. H no I
longer frightened anyone, and b feltl
very much aahamed when b remera-1
bared how frightened he bad been on I
the water and bow llttl course he I
had dlaplayad In tha face of danger.
which la very often th case with false
who bully others.
(Copyright. 113. by tha MeClure Newepaper I
r-rniira'e. Nar York City.)
WRITERS RECEIVE PRIZES
F. W. Mslkry Rewards Winners in
Contest on Portland as Port.
r. W. Mulkey, chairman of tha Com
mission of rubllo. Docks, awarded thi
prises yesterday noon In the green
room of th Commercial Club building
to the student winners In the essay
contest on Tortlsnd s a great seaport.
Th con tart was held under the auiplces
of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Mul-
kry was Introduced by Nathan fitrauas.
chairman of the trade and commerce
Mr. Mulkey called attention to the
fact that many of tha eeaay writers
rrlllclaed Portland shippers for having
thrlr Imports coma through Seattle
rather than shipped directly to this
port. This Impreeslon he declared to
be largely Incorrect,
There were IJ winners, ss announced
la The Oregonlsn of yesterday morn
ing, who received cash prliea In th
conteat. Approximately COOS easaya
were submitted in th contest.
The Grand Prize, the highest
award, bestowed upon Ghirardelli's
Ground Chocolate, by the Panama
Pacific Exposition, San Francisco,
1915, is an additional testimonial to
its unquestioned supremacy. The
expert judges in this international
competition found in
the very qualities that have made it a household
favorite on the Pacific Coast since it was originated
by D. Ghirardelli in the early seventies. Not -to
know and what is more, not to ust: Ghirardelli's
Ground Chocolate, is to be unmindful of health,
economy and the appeal of a wholesome appetite.
D. GHIRARDELLI CO.
Sin c 1852 San Francisco
where they" are to make their
ALL POOR PROVIDED FOR
Churches and Tarent-Tcacher Asso
ciations of Sellwood Co-operate.
on the Ocean
REUTIVCt ST. flCH FOR ORE.
Dt Mas F. AVftLTER.
XTfHC-' Mr. Marietta
11 firat epanad bar "a.
la. Mirinta L. Jki
L. J a h a aoa
la r'a'rhop. A la Kama, ah bad no lla
!' be way larlivg tha fo'indatiea for
Nat!os-wtd m" em at toward r-
knl9 duvatla. Sh o!4 kav baa a
srteved 19 bnow tot a "syatem" ef
e4icet!oa would grew out of bar tl'
pertnnaat. fvr fl'al and foreraet her
a-heot ail fouR'led. with aa ottar dts-
rr4 far aratem.
T grMtaal diffaaeew bat waa tka
rtaeaa lausBt M:a. Joaa-aoa 4
Ilea ef tn ordinar-y public -koo t,
IKa lac "f I-' ie.f ylmtn. Ther
ar s ru!a d a gradaa. NattBar
ar taar a i am 1 at loo par prcmotloea.
Tte ptiptla wnw atan-l ar aavar pun-
lhed sr forced te laara. Tk.ir aoia
riu'v la I - grew aad th work ef Mra
Jakoaow l aaa og taat they grow swr-l
maily aad w.i fc:.na-i.
The r-h"! baa a-w aila'ad for eight
year. forlra Mr. Johaaaa wa
tn a r teacher. rly lit ramrea.
rapraaaet'e. ainta tka twof-third ef
tna eraool pgp a'.Ioa ef FaJrnop. ar
at if. a' ta th Sel. Thar ar
na rfice h tl ehool billdiag.
neith.r ' tbar black boa r a xr
aa.. TK children lera their la
aene la lit 0a1 of Ik ire. The
raiation.Hip ttta th taachar and
bar ti4Bt la af th snoat 1st mate
n4 rrlea4.e aatara.
Tk firat s vr f ttrt Is
r.TKR PAX wss a little black kit'
tea. and be lived with his mother
sl rartntr Jon farm.
pvtar ran ail vr tb boue: aa room
was too crd for him to enter, aad
b even a'.ept oa the bed in the spar
room whea the fancy took elm to do aa.
It chaeed th chicken and tha little
duckling, and. although bo bad never
harmed them, b bad frightened them
very much and mad thalr mother vary
That reter Pan I a apoll.d kitten.'
aald Mother Han to Mother Duck, "and
be naeda lo b punlahcd. but hi mother
wltl sever do IU and w will never get
rhanc. o f auppoa w win have to
cot no with hi pran
Bit Iat oetiverva a vvr rmn mm
Mother Dach a power In aa aneapeeted
way not lorvg a(lr in romtnaiian
between Mother Duck and Mother Ilea.
Peter Pan aaw th duckling wan
dering about the yard on day not far
from th pond. o a iriT crepi iowro
them, hiding la th buahat until h w
right oatd ihero. Th.o b sprang out.
and lb poor, frlahtaned duckling
weUied to th pond aa faat aa their
Use would carry them. A plec ef
board lay partly oa tba bank and partly
an ma wtr. and on of tn ducklln-e
addled oa It before b plunsea Into
Peter ran ventured too far this time.
aid when be etepped on th board it
aiipped from th bank and Paler Pan
west with It. Ii wsa so little that It
bapt a . and ther be waa. aatllrg
from load, bis ayea atarinc with fright
and bla loud meow could ba berd over
Mra. Tab ram running down to
th pond, atvt whea aha aaw her Peter
Paa aailing away ah a moat ralntad.
- blm: blmr ah triad, run
ning around th yard- Bit ther was
aa ea to a blm. Th bn aad th
rotr ran to th ads of th pond
ad looked, but thy could not swim,
nd Mother Duck w as oa tb pond with
Wbew tk erkllass aaw rtr Pan
ther war frtshtened at first, for they
thousht b wa ehaelne thorn even en
ina hMid wbar thav had alwarw Kaan
a.'", but la a minut they saw lhat
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MASONS INSTALL OFFICERS
Prank J I. rattcrson Worthy Master
of Wss hi nt on Lodge.
Through the co-operation of the
Parent-Teacher Association of the
Sellwood School and the Sellwood
Churches, every family known to be
in need there will have Christmas pro
visions today. Tuesday the Parent-
Teacher Association social service com
mittee began distributing Christmas
boxes containing substantial food.
clothing where needed and toys for
the children, and the work of distri
bution waa completed Thursday.
Mrs. F. J. MelndL president of tha
aasoclation, said a careful canvass waa
mad to find all families tn need, and
If any have been omitted it was be
cause they were not found.
The money taken In at tbe two en
tertsinments given by th Sellwood
School Tuesday and Wednesday wss
turned over to the social service com
mittee to be used In emergency cases
that may arise later.
Washington Lodge Ko. 41. of Maeons,
nId It annual reunion and Installs'
tlon of officers Thtirsdsy night at
Washington Maaonlc Hall. East Eighth
and East Buraslde streets. Th fol
lowing officers ware Installed: Worthy
master, Frank SI. Patterson: senior
warden. Rsymond F. Hurlburt: Junior
warden, C. I. Carpenter; chaplain. John
M. Lewis; treasurer. R. B. McClung;
secretary. J. IL Richmond: senior dea
con. John W. Little: Junior deacon. A
IL b. iiaffenden: senior steward. Rob
art II. Down; Junior steward. W. W
Mcintosh: marshal. George IL Botsford;
tyier. Tnnmae J I. BrlcKell.
it. II. Young, paat master, officiated
aa Installing officer, assisted by Ray
Uala Mart all.
Relative of Louis Martell. who
left hit hem la Oregon City last
Saturday and has not been heard
from since, have asked the Port,
land police to aid In the aearch
for Mm. Mr. Martell Is IT years
of sge. weighs about 10 pounds,
and ta fat T Inch In hslsht.
Ha, left Oregon City Saturday
afternoon on th I o'clock rar for
Port land, lie waa dressed la a
worn ault of brown tw-d and
wart a Mu soft ahlrt and black
tie. II ha Mu eyas, black hair,
rthr thin, and a gray muatacha.
Whan be boarded tha car h was
carrying a brown alligator suit
ceae. Anyon knowing th where
about of Mr. Marfe'.l I aeked
to correspond with Noah Martall,
bos I J. Oregon City.
1- Perkins, of Butte, Mont.. Is at the
J. L. Standlfer. of Salem. Is at the
T. C. Davis, of Salem, la at the
L. K. Laughlln. of Tbe Dalles. Is
It. HawtL of Lyle. Wash.. Is at the
K. K. Johnson, of Uslone. Or- Is at
William Dixon, of Westport, Is at
r. A. Watson, of Buxton, Or, Is at I
W. A. Tarpley, of Lakeview, Is at
Edgar Kuan, of Rio Vista, CaL, Is at
J. E. Craddick, of Walla Walla, Is at
A. Hochstraaer. of Bait Lake. Is at
T. A. Harper, rancher of Dundt. Is
at the Reward.
William Harper, of Cottage Grove, Is
at th Oregon.
Dr. L. McCandless. of Baker, Or- Is I
st the Portland.
E. B. Fletcher and family, of Salam,
are at the fceward.
J. W. Wetherell. ef Bay City, Is regis
tered at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mra W. J. Gllmore, of Cor-
vallla, are at the Seward.
Cliff Wade, of Enterprise, Or, Is reg
istered st tb lmpsrlsl.
I. L Brogn and Mrs. Brogarv of
val. Or, ar at th Oregon.
E. O. Faundal Is registered at the
Eaton from Cotlag Grove.
Charles J. Pearson, of Keiso, Wash,
Is registered at tha Perkins.
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Ledlle. of Missoula.
Mont, ars at the Multnomah.
Earl Haielwood snd Mra Hazelwood.
of Baker, are at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mra. Jamea Rand, ef Ray.
mond. Waah, are at tbe Eaton.
Mr. and Mrs. E- H. Agee, ef New
Tork City, sra at tha Multnomah.
James Kyle, stockman of StanOeld.
Or, la reglatered at the Imperial.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis C. Melvin, ofl
Dempscy, Or, are at the Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. C E. Sprinkle, ofl
Chinook, Mont, are at the Seward.
F. Kevanhuten. salmon packer ofl
Altoona, Waab, is at tb Multnomah.
C E. Arner, of Spokane, emigration i
agent for the Northern Fsctne Rail
way Company. Is st the Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Crosier, who are on
a honeymoon trip following their wad-
din? In ho rranriaco. ar at th Fort,
land. They ar on their way to Minna-i
CHINESE EDUCATOR HERE
Western Methods Declared Essential
'Monarchical or republican form of
government la not yet a vital Issue In
China." declared W. Si-to. principal of
the primary school of the Christian
College of Canton. Chins, yesterday.
Mr. Ss-to is studying administration
methods at the Portland V. M. C. A.
and Inspecting the association schools.
He has been In the United States visit
ing Young Men's Christian Associations
for several months.
The essential thing In China now
is education. An educated citizenship
will make a republican form of gov
ernment Inevitable. Aa soon as the
people become enlightened some leader
will depose Yuan Shi Kai and will be
elected Prealdent That la why we are
taking Western educational methods to
WOMAN SUES FOR $15,003
James Kelley Is Charged With
Breach of Prom tee.
Clara M. Neuert filed suit, charging
breach of promise, against James Kel
ler In County Clerk Coffey's office yes
terday, asking $15,000 damages for
She alleges In her bill of complaint
that James Kelley promised. In August,
of the Pacific"
To San Francisco
FIRST CABIN Meals and
Berth and Extras Included
December 24, 25, 29, 30
RETURN LIMIT JANUARY 4.
MAMMOTH STEEL LINER
S. S. Northern Pacific
Sails Sunday, December 26
Instead of Saturday, December 25, as per regular schedule,
due to delay by storm.
Fares one way, inclusive of railroad fare, meals and berths,
etc, Portland to San Francisco, $20, $17.50, ?15, $12.50, $8.
NORTH BANK TICKET OFFICE 5th and Stark.
NORTH BANK STATION 10th and Hoyt
Bwdy 920, A 6671.
1914. to marry her, but that ho after
wards married Hulda Herman. She
also charges that after he had won the
plaintiffs affection and confidence and
promise to wed him, be took advantage
of this confidence.
ALIENATION" NOT PROVED
Jnry Say" John Egger Did Not Steal
John Egger did not steal the affec
tions of the wife of his brother. Mike
Egger. according to the verdict re
turned by a jury yesterday In Circuit
Judge Morrow's court, where the Eg-
gers case was tried.
Mike Egger charged that his brother
had alienated the affections of his wife
and he wanted $5000 for it. The broth
ers own a dairy ranch in Columbia
Slough. They married Bisters. Mike
had secured a divorce from his wife.
Pendleton Mayor Abides by Law.
PENDLETON. Or, Dec. 24. (Spe
cial.) Pendleton New Tear's Eve rev
elers who had intended to make merry
until midnight December 31 are to be
disappointed, for according to Mayor
John Dyer the city ordinance to close
saloons at the regular time, 11 o'clock,
will be enforced.
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The Most Heat for Least Money
Special Summer Price
PER TON IN 3-TON LOTS
Cleanest and Safest U Cheapest and Healthiest
Proven Superior by City Public Test
No Dust No Gas Smell No Smoke
Even, Steady Combustion, the Ideal 20th Century Fuel
Try Them and Judge for Yourself
249 Washington Street
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