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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1916)
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I Hl . , A
STAGE 15 SET FOR
Ceremony of Breaking Ground
for $600,000 Building to
Be Hcfd at 12:30 Today.
FIRST AND LAST STACKS OF PORTLAND ffiOO.OOO AUDITORIUM. SHOWING TWO PORTLAND GIRLS RE
HEARSING FOR GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONIES TODAi.
GIRLS ARE TO OFFICIATE
Main 1111 to P Itojalpfard With
.Mtlonart CHalra. With Irollei
for al-e rv-nr Abrnt TJn-m,
In Provide l.lilbll !--.
rNrtlrd auditorium lb
hmeNtha of wkt-h. to prrphr
nd vaudeville rtl.t. atlamptinc
t.ttl .pl tou.-h. ha be a i)ormoi
with III. mlll-rtortv will rclv It
fir.t tool toward speedy completion
Tm cra pr.lty sIMe with sslnlne
net. at 13 3 will ds p th first
rkde la the Market block. hile rltr
rfk-uU. ha.in-. meat and th corl
Mb!la tDUui sree-h. mu.ic and
r.ihr detail, of th crrmof over.
Ift labored trthlnc of pt-am shovel
wilt tm heard and tha work of ca
tiiion will to under jy.
Ctvt or-niu-nj of th city will
an hand to that tit roul d-
Nrki9 la carried off In a manner
h-fltun tha city of wLlrb they ara ao
proud Wo. I of tnaot will b repre-
ent.d br .l if Tocnr wrm.n who
w!t b th honor of flr.t diaclns; in
vrecar ,tl.n for tbe bullUirs In which
rri:anda sr-at rll- sett.eriocs of
th fator wtu b bald.
fmamUl la rtonwad.
There will b epeeche by Mayor
'ba. Gr L. Itak.r. C. C. Colt and
Mnri. Thr. will ba mml by lha
polar and firemen bands. Thar will
b- eperial feature., tha PTor.it
H'l.iB'.a M-n" Club and Ad Club hav
l"C maintained atrict a -racy with r
cird to tha -stunts" lhy Inland to
I. .poM.r for.
In .ix w'h tha earavatloa will b
r-.mpl-t.d and ready for work ca tha
ii.l. on tha ener.l bulMlnr ren-tr-v-t
and plumbin al l bo opened by
th- r.nmii."in Fabrnary 1. and
Imdrre for th. ond will bo opened
Ihrwm d-e Ultr Tha eontrart will bo
warded ant tha bnd aold befor
iii. and of la month. Rind totaling:
I :i. . have already been Id- Wirinc
and fceatln eontrart.. will net be
award'd until after tha bulidloc la
v'ta Org, ! d.
Th bolldlnc will rf th antlr
blk between Market. CUT. Perond
and Third etreet.. Th height will bo
aoseovimately fnar atorlea
Tha (irnrni Ht.torl.al Sorlety and tha
Portland Museira will have a prava
a - r t Imii. la th and.iorttxm.
Ti aux. will bo larse eUooh for
sr'..t frtB4 opera firvluctlnna.
i:i.rr effort will b mad to bar lha
..'.i.iica In th blc ball parf.rt. Tha
ima will coat at .a.t
Ttt floor of lha auditorium propar
i bo providad with o.r rhalra.
TKmo wl I bo trrta.4 to tha floor,
and proTt.loa nmada for a ftvr ralaad
above lhaao aklrk by lha addition of
was.d caaaaa or other floor cotrrlnf
ran bo roneartad Into a aanr t'.oor or
Tha art r. nation. whl-b wilt take
air I In trie cr-wioai. today larlad
ho following: Kuiary Club. Prora-
. Pu.iBee M-a a riub. Ad Club.
Vf .nday Miai-l CluX Nmhln of the
Crf d-rar. thambr of f l,mn.rt.,
al lid H'l.lne.. Mea'a Cl'jb. Tr
lM.rt.ba CTub. tlatty P ward. TMrd
.reat ruainea Van a CI ot. and Maaa-F-enrere
C -Ji i ii ma Hit.
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aaareo. V. bo Lowraod Mow to Hawdlo Ppad leaterday la ITe para Ilea for rrra Today.
MISS JARDOH STARS
Singer Is Real Gem in New
Bill at Orphcum.
Sm-tETT wilt rally today to the
aeelalaar of oao of th moat
i.nir oaraaiaationa of tha ctly th
(..maa Nuraa A.aoriatloa, The b-ne-f
i I. a to bo held la It. Iloirl rr.
lied wl'i ba aa important affair. The
kur are from 3 to a. turln tbe
1 1 t koar th.ra wi:l be daarlac. Many
f trie buaiBea man ara planning to
droo ta for a few vnirtute to conlribote
a f'w ainwt Isr dollar.! toward tha
.xd work the aj. r ie t U a carriea on.
aad ! participate la the d iwe. I: ry
r.ai tkat la donated will bo aaed for
the kuavaa llarlaa effort, of tha Vialt
lea Xara ..ao-tiflw Mr. I.ubert l.
k. president, and Mre. J. I Karr.
rnairmoa af tha committa. will be
a..ei..ted in reeeielna- by aeeeral prom
laeal a.ivk. member of tha board,
e e a a
At th anaual m-einr af tha aa.o-
rfe.ci.co of tk. r-r.lcn Homo for
t..a Ad ea rrt.ir. Mra. Tbeador
..'I.il waa leted pra.ident. Other
afft.-ara cboeen were" r'lrat k--preal-a-ot.
Mra. twvid II. Hand, aeaoad Ica
preal'lent. Mra. Fred I!t: third lr
prea'deot. Va Alfred li!a. fourth !-
praetdnt. Mra M. V. t'aniatd: tr-
nrer. Mra. Artbar CaMaa: r.'ordina"
--.r t .rT . Mr.. i k Ttkaor; erre
i.ad.n .rury. Mra. Harry
lark.; rhairn-an flnanr aad aortal.
'-. Joha II. tl'irsard. and chairman
' m.mbar.hit.. Mrn Hanfi.ld Mra. K.
r Weaver win h.ad tha vl.ltlnr (cm
mitt.e: t. J. M' Innu and II T. Clarke
"! alerted to tha board Th I'atton
.m- ka ad a .xaceeful year aad baa
cared for 91 citrTr people.
e a a
r.aea fo-lal Clab will meet at th
. of Mra. Aarok Cark. lit Fleet
T. -.k atre.t. Thuredar. All r.oraj
.s.i.hbori will b waUorn.
a a a
Mr. atvt Mr.. I R Oilpmaa, who ara
rowne. ted with tha earljr blatory of !t.
I'.hr. K.e retaraad to t. Johaa from
'lif.iraia. wker tkea paaeed aaearal
a a a
Mr. and Mra. W. M. I.tl. Mr. and
Vre. L Jone. and AM Jonea. all of
?.t.m. hatt been In rioutherra Califor
n. Murine th pa.t twa week. At
pre. eat th.y ara atoppinc at-th Hotel
lask.ralilin. Laa Aacaiaa.
a a a
If. X Smith, of rortlanj. aad H. W.
rtk. af A.torla. war la fan f'ran
n.i g 4 iriae tha paat waek on baelnea.
ttkil. th.reVhy mad their aead-iuar-lara
at tho Hotel Turpin.
a a a
A aoalal and reception for Mr Bertha
PJot.r fmith will bo held on Wedn
oT aft.rBo.ia from - to o'e- k In
fttm home of Mr. Catherine Purat. 1014
t.a.t Tacatj. fourth trl North.
e a e
Ta lir.m.ti.- Ma.r tful will me-t
at the Lar.lBrt i iub thia aft.rn.o
f.i at inforn-al di.uelc.n p? "Tha
U.a'.r.." Oerh.rt If.mpton work.
Mra. r L Chandr.r wl.l b th leader.
'Ike vti.-b k. an.hln a feature of the
.tu'fj af th Jif aad work f ar(u
a e e
rr.ltd nof.e rernllr arrtrln al
lletel lrk. knelee. In- ud
Mr. and Mr, i ftrl. t'r.d'raa, fimui-l
. We "ii. f-. K ". M;Ioa aad Mr. aad
Mra. A. IL le.r.
WARDROBE IS GORGEOUS
Miry Srnow Cir Illllle narkiah
Air Will. Ilrr IU;k-t. aad lie
tdra of Janx-a II. Callr-n I
Botlarr Art of Jlcrtt.
BT IMOSE C.KFS ItAEIU
Aa opaleaceat beln U Dorothy
Jardoa. aatlny and .pl.ndld on tho ur-
fac and la br loe!y vole and amll
and hth body, ara ImVrlaonvd opal
like firat that cbanca and ahift and
opal, are aalf to brlnar bod lurk, bat
I h la a-em ta a fin atreak of lurk on
tha Orpheam bllL Any bill decorated
br tha prlamatic Porotby inlcht wall
bo called a lucky one. hh probably
la of Irlait lineage, for ah ain(a a
medley of Irl.h melodir with an
understanding that so dpr than
her Oriental atmoaphere. Ilrr clothaa
ara cyclonic and etreedlngly Intimate.
Una rattrht rail ihrn affectlonata be
en oe of tb.ir clinclna qualltlaa.
tk'hea the curtain fir.t dtevioae tha
C'lrcom Lorothy ah la cbaatrly clad
from threat lo heme and finger tip In
a wonderful Chine robe, fh alnrr
"Cora I ack to Man" In a blc dramatic
"Prano, foil of melody aai charm.
Then, wbll Ceorc llarrla. bar apple
cheeked nice boy planiat. raa away
on tha keya. Dorothy allpa off tb
kimono and reappear almoat Into a
froated Chriatmaa I fee dre.e all ailTr
and beetle velvet. In thl he ainca a
newr Araby tbaa tha one other folk
.Inc. aad after that ah trlvva a the
Irl.h melodlea threaded Into a aweet
ditty about tb aonca mother uard to
rtaaUt Take pollsbt.
Oeorc iiarrl.a takea tha apottlchl
tbea for a reliction or o at th piano
and tha wonderful Ml Jardon atrolla
lancuorou.Iy In Inokine Ilk Tbeda
lwra all don up In a vivid red and
paleat yellow ftpaniab coaturne. with a
ritrarette and bir velvet eombrero to
a. 1.1 louche, of detail. Hhe ainca a love
ballad of tha land of th toreador, and
tbea ah vine a modern eororthmf
boat a roae.
Aaraia and aaraln tb applaa brin
Xpeakina of her bark. It outbacka
Kitty tiordooa. Ika tba fianout elbow
of Katlaba. thla beauty' back and
marvaioua eyea art worth soinkt mile
Th nest In importance la Mary Ser
oe. a 1-illie Iturkl.h actreaa. and her
company la a playlet called "The paa
alon flay of k aeblncloa o,uare. The
atory trlia. with aurprlara following one
eke. after another, of tha daring plan
of a yo-ana pl.ywricht to aecar a ao
cltv matron' cotn.pl to bia marriage
with her daughter.
Ml. a (lervoaa La amaslocly clevrr. and
ka. cuanlnc tricka that provoke mlrtb.
Ilr makknf la Tirelleat. Tbe work of
Frederick Hand, aa tba playwrlsht. and
of i.-rtruJ- Maltland. aa th mother. U
riidner M.Tatroa Hlrech wrote the
.k.ti S. which I a aplendld ekample of
une-act-play conat ruction.
Jam II. Cullcn return atid ha ba.n't
lil or famed a pvund -f bia happy f C
and atlll aln keen parodies about per
tinent topic. This la lha ltitli Orphcum
tour of Jamea. th lauehmakcr.
Illcht her niuat be told tha excel
lencies of th Mirano Itrothrra. There
ara four Mirano. who defy death non
rhalently. On ride In a flylnc ma-
rhlna and balance the other, who
swings by his Iocs and various other
pans of hla nerv on a sort of "flylnc
Dutchman." hlch. hlEh In th air. An
other Mirano balances and acrobat al
lha too of a Ions pole balanced on hi
fat brothers tummy. Tba act Is posi
tively a thriller.
Hilly tharp and Tiny Turck are an
anjmated duo who appear In black fac
and danc a whirlwind.
Hugh McCorroack and Grace Wallace
have a new set line and a "different
way to put over a clover ventriloquist
art. and Kam Ilarton, a tramp comedian.
op. ns tb bill with a.keen little splash
In pantomime. He la a raeerrrty man.
and bl clothe, hi bicycle and hla pa
llenc all have a sorry llm of it. which
BEACH PLAY WINNER
FREE EXHIBIT IS OPEN
OCf Ale HTCIEXB ASSOCIATION EI'
DlapUy Prtiikt I rartlaad P'ram
raaasaa-raevfl Eapoaitloa to
TkU city far Two re be-
In r list Ion a will b extended to th
membership of all bualnea. fraternal,
social, educational and reliKlou organ
isations and other bodies to attend th
free exhibit of th American Social
Hrcl-n Association, now on display at
211 Washington street. In th bain
It X tn f'"0 ot th trustees of the
Oregon Social llrglrn Society, who are
reeponaibl for bringing tbe exhibit to
Portland from the Panama-Pacific Kx
poaitlon. to have special days set aside
for tbea various clubs. Explanatory
talk will b given by Pr. Thoma IX
Kllot. director of tb exhibit.
The exlenalv array of chart, maps.
models and pictures which make un.
the exhibit covers practically every
vital phase of the problem which th
social h)fcirn force of tb country ara
now attempting, to work out.
On of th significant features of the
exhibit I that whll it deal with the
-social vli it dors It In u-h a way
that It is not offcnxlve to anyone. At
th earn tire It possesses unusual edu
cational value to boys and girls as well
ae lo grown-up persona.
Tbe exhibit will remain In Portland
for about two weeks, and will be In
personal charge of Dr. Eliot. Th hours
fur inspection are from It) A. M. to 10
p. M- daily. Everybody I welcome.
WEST LINN .VOTES TODAY
Annexation of Town of Willamette
I Only Ilallot Iuc
OKE'WM CITT. Or, Feb. 1J (Spe
cial) Tha aecond time In three months
West Linn tomorrow will vote to an
nex the town of Willamette. The
first election waa found to be Invalid
owing to two minor fiawa In th pro
ceeding. Wlllamtt voted for cofi
aolidatiom early In January by a large
Al the Weet L.lnn election early In
December, ih merger carried by a
large majority, and It la generally
predicted here today that the voters
will approve the issue again.
Hire, hore. and glraffca are tetl-r iMi
li ttMTf h-lnd t&. in without turning
tartr ka4. tt-ae any trtir uu.iruidn.
"The Ne'er Do Well" Master
ful Film Production.
THRILLS ARE ABUNDANT
Picture on Bill at HriHg Theater
I Worthy Successor to "The
rKllcrs" and la Seen by
Rex Beach Is a lucky author. Not
only ha be th faculty of writing
vlrl! type of books which place them
In th "best seller class, but their
piriurlxatlon gives thm Just as em
phatic approval In ' filmdom. The
".Ve'er tt Well." which received Its
first public screening In Portland yes
terday at the Helllg Theater, Is In
deed a worthy successor to th famous
"Spoilers." possessing such an artistic
blend of masterful story, competent
acting, excellent photography and
scenes, both beautiful and instructive,
ss to enhance the reputation of the
screen, author and producer.
Practically all of the players who
assisted In the auccess of "The Spoil
er." are seen in tha present Sells; pro
duction. Wild Oata Are Save a.
The story of '"The Ne'er Do Well"
presents Kirk Anthony, son of Darwin
K. Anthony, the transportation kins.
aa an ex-footall player coaching his
alma mater. The season is over, and
in company with many kindred spirits,
he is busily engaged In the not too
gentle pastime of "sowing wild oata.
A spectacular auto invasion ot - a
New York cafe Is followed by a fight
a Fellg-Beach masterpiece and Kirk
loses consciousness soon thereafter. He
awakens the following morning on
board a ship, minus baggage, but with
the conviction that he baa killed a man
tha night ' before and must remain
nnay from his home. On the vessel
he meets Mra. Kdith ' Cortlandt, with
her husband. Stephen, and the man
and woman become friends.
In Panama Stephen runs foul of the
authorities and is cast Into prison, not,
however, until he ha disposed of a
number ot his assailants. Waller, a
lanky negro he has befriended carries
word of -Kirk's plight to Mrs. Cort
lundt. who Is a powerful diplomat, and
the boy Is released. She eecurea . for
him a position on the canal works and
he rises, chiefly through her Influence
but somewhal on his own ability, to a
position of authority. .. .
Marriage I Secret! - .
While on a hunting trip. Kirk runs
across Chlqulta, a delightful cJpanlah
miss, and falls In love with her. Th
girl 1 sought by Alfarex. commandant
of police, but Kirk worsts him at every
meeting and finally marries the girl
In secret. Ills ignorance of Spanish
customs forms an amusing part of the
Mrs. jCortlandt rages with jealousy,
but Is unable to wean Kirk from his
love. Cortlandt dramatically denounces
Kirk as the lover of hi wife, and when
he commits suicide Kirk Is accused
of the crime. He Is cast into prison
and things look black until his dorat
nevrlrg .lad arrives on the scene, and
Mr. Cortlandt finally yields up a paper
which absolves the youth from all
kuIU ot th crime.
SEARCH FOR BODIES
Members of Portland Rowing
Club Patrol River in Vain
Hunt for Comrades.
CANOE AND PADDLE FOUND
Survivors of Fatal Trio and Other
Canoeists Aid In Seeking for
Traces of C. Klrkpat-
rtck and H. W. Gammle.
Id bv Arthur A. Allen, vice-presl
dent. 35 members of the Portland Kow
tng Club patrolled the Willamette
River from early yeterday morning;
until afternoon, searching the eddying,
yellow current for the bodies of their
elnh eomnanlons. Charles 1. Kirkpat-
rlck and Harry W. Gammle, who were
drowned when their canoe upset in
the rough water off Kock Island Sat
From the scene of the tragedy
iw, flttf and frnm that noint
Portland, both banks of the river were
minutely Inspected ior onsna w
bodies without success.
City Grappler Brady took hla equip
ment to the Koss isiana rapius jroo
terday "morning, but found the swollei
anirr and ntritated to Der
mlt his search of; the river bottom.
rr 1 . Ih. I11IHI W 11 CI M LIU
x oat - ..w j -
..,. a I. described as a fiend
lsh turmoil 01 deputing curreijio
.11 . 1 .4 I ..
V...1 kur Scene af Tragedy,
One-quarter mile below tne usiano.
the canoe was recovered irom a
sunken tree, in -she branches of which
1 I UOU
Four miles below Oregon City and
300 yards aoove Jennings
-....w. n.Hdie hml drifted ashore. Aside
from this no sign was found of the
cruel river drama mat taiaiiy sianeu
h. voung athletes. The canoe was
taken to Oregon City on the tug Klick,
ni Kv Pflnt.ln nharlea eDen-
WlUllinuutru J f ' - -
cer, of the Willamette Pulp & Paper
Late Saturday afternoon Captali
C,... .nMnininll hv OTIfl Ot th
survivors of the canoeing party, Kobert
Bremmer, visited Koss Island water In
the tug and searcnea unm cs
Tkoraoik Searck Is Made.
n- h .inw return alotiiT the river,
scouting thoroughly into every possible
location wnere inn iwim hw&v
drifted, two skiffs were pressed into
nne fnr each sid Of the riVCT.
One of these was manned by Arthur A.
Allen, organizer of the searching party,
and Edward M. Andrews. The other
.iirr v.,i.intf .inns- tha oDDOsite side
of the river, was manned by Elmer
Hanson and fc.. u. eammons.
George W. Gammle and Norman
rsammie. brothers of one of the victims.
were members of the unsuccessful
Among the experienced rivermen of
the Rowing Club the opinion is ex
pressed that Gammle, who sank in the
main channel ot tne stream, uas urou--kiw
nve ih. falls at Oregon
City. The high water has practically
flattened out tne laus, ana nom ha
HI feet of water above the rocks would
render It easy for a body to pass down
, v. . ... u . r.t Vlrtrnntrlrk it is COn
eluded that tbe body will probably be
found caught in trees near Rock Island,
as he is said to have gone down out
side of tbe swirter main current.
Stiver 1 Be J'atrolled.
t r , k . kMti.. or tha two vounar men
are not recovered before next Satur
day, Arthur A. Allen, vice-president, oi
tbe KOWing tlUD, win can iur u.u.i
teers from that organization to patrol
the entire river length on both sides,
. n . v. , . r. . n . nr the. drowning to tbe
junction ot the Willamette with the
Columbia. On party will keep con-
stant watch above Oregon City, while
tbe other will De strung out aiong iuc
remainder of the distance In unflag-
Charles K-irKpatricK was empioyea as
a clerk In the clearing-house of the
LNr.i v.llnn.l Ttnnk. and hia death is
the first to occur since tbe bank insti
tuted a system of Dianicei insurance iur
Its emoloyes. said to equal a year's
i I ....I Af H.alh
It'.if " "
His roomer ana tnree minor ainiera
i . i nm n tr ai am mnn ne waa Tne
chief contributor to their support. For
many years the young man has made
his home with hia aunt. Mrs. A. J.
Farmer. 660 Kast Madison street. Mr.
and Mrs. Farmer had reared him from
boyhood and regarded him as their own
He was our boy." sobbed Mrs. Kirk
Patrick, as she spoke of her loss.
tUaeaeale'e Brother III 1 East,
Harrte W. Gammie's mother died last
year. The young man was employed as
........ r .A.i.ar in . nr iiildh liar, ft
tMnA waa a .killed canoeman and ama
teur athletic champion, una Droiner,
John J., is now in New York, where he
I. ,-l.t t n he rteelvlncr treatment for
cancer of the hands, induced by an
1 1 . 1 L. - .e - .1.. MTIrlrnatrlelr
r ciivw " " . " " - .... .
uri-iaiQ in . . " j ... v -
of his anticipated canoeing trip, had a
premonition ot nis into.
"If I don't get baek Saturday night.
1 . I'm rAWnax4 .Kav o.v h a
laughingly remarked. Then he gave
nis vaicn 1 to tne Baie-.eepiny i a
friend before venturing on the cruise.
Tha. Portland Knwlnu- flub. of which
both young men were members, had
planned a ball for Thursday evening,
tha 17th. The event has been In
Here's Palate Joy for You
also stomach comfort be
yond belief. Heat a Shredded
Wheat Biscuit in the oven to
restore crispness, then cover
with sliced bananas and pour
over it milk or cream.
Sweeten it to suit the taste.
A complete, perfect meal sup
plying more strength-giving
nutriment than meat or eggs
at a cost of three or four cents.
A warm, nourishin g bre akfast
a delicious lunch. Made at
Niagara Falls, N.Y.
This Is Your Monday '
Telephone orders taken by experienced
grocery salespeople after 8 A. M.
Dill Pickles, h-Gal Jugs 30c
Cured by tho Madgeburg process finest known. One
half -gallon jugs contain about 18 good-sized pickles, one
gallon jugs containing about 30 pickles, 50c. Special in
troductory price. Retainers returnable at, each, 10c.
Ripe Olives, Calola, large
Eastern Hams, superior
quality, special, " Q fa n
the pound...... 107-t
Fancy Pineapple, R. R. No.
2Yx cans, sliced, fife Q
Sugar Peas, Eagle or Por
ter, 12c grade, the dozen,
$1.15; special, the JQq
Royal Banquet Corn, the
dozen, special, "I 91--$1.40;
the can. -I-w -
Extra Sifted Peas, R. R,
20c grade, dozen, "I Cn
$1.75; can J-JVe
size, pint cans, spe- Ofi
Caripo Ripe Olives, extra
large, pint cans, on OC
sale at -JC
Sago or Tapioca, best qual
ity, 5-pound cloth
Fancy Head Rice, long head,
five-pound cloth QQ-
60c Teas, fancy bulk OQ
varieties, pound. . . . .07C
Tea-Room Coffee, fresh,
fragrant, special, Otta
the pound ....-'-'
Kitchen and Laundry Supplies
White Soap, Premium
brand, special, seven OK
bars for --iJC
Naptha Soap, Victor, extra
quality, special, six OC.
bars for a-.JU
Washing Powder, large
Gold Dust or Pearl- OAa
ine, at iJ.
Scouring Soap, Starbright,
special, six bars for )EZf-only
Best Brooms, "Little Beau
ty," five rows of
Concentrated Lye, several
brands, 10c cans
on sale at. . . .
Gloss Starch, Kingsford's,
6-pound slide cover
Laundry Soap, Golden Star,
20 bars- in box, on
Ninth Floor, Fifth Street.
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M. l.ll .III
OPTICIANS TO MEET HERE
OREGON STATE SOCIETY DISCUSSES
Candidate Are Named for Vacancy oa
Board of Examiners In Optometer.
June Election Is Set.
Addresses on various phases of op
tometry and selection of candidates
from which the Governor may choose
a successor to Dr. Henry E. Morris, of
McMinnville, whose term as member
of the Oregon state board of examin
ers in optometry expires April 30, 1916,
featured the semi-annual meeting of
the State Association of the Oregon
Optometrists at the Benson Hotel Sat
urday night. About 30 optometrists
from all sections of the state were
The session was called to order ny
W. J. Curtis, of Corvallis president of
the organization. Dr. S. W. Moody, of
Oregon City; Dr. A. P. DeKeyser, of
Portland, spoke, as did Dr. W. M.
Peare, of La Grande.
Tha nominations made for tne posi
tion of member of the state board
were: S. W. Moody, of Oregon City;
w. J. Curtis, or corvains; w. jsi. r-en.ro, i
of La Grande.
Dr. Irvin R. Fox. of Portland, re-1
signed from the position of secretary
of the organization and the president!
appointed Dr. G. F. A. Walker,
Portland, secretary pro tern.
A committee was appointed by tlic
president to make arrangements for
the annual meeting and election of of
ficers, which is to be held in Portland
Some efforts for a greater co-opem-tion
on the part of the members ami
the establishment of a minimum price
list is to be made by the organization,
and a committee was appointed to in
vestigate the matter.
SEA LAW ARGUMENT READY
Chamber Committee Prepares for
Referendum Next Week.
Arguments and explanations of the
referendum of the National Chamber o
Commerce on the seaman's act have
been compiled by the committee on
navigation of the bureau of trade and
commerce in the Portland Chamber and
will be issued to the membership of the
Chamber tomorrow, with ballots.
This referendum Is to be voted upon
by the entire membership. Instead of
being passed on by only the board of
directors, as in referendums hereto
fore. The vote will be taken a week
from today, after H. E. Pennell, of the
committee on navigation, has made an
address outlining the recommendations
of his committee on the measure.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce
counts 10 votes in the National Chamber.
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