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TIIE MORXTyO OKEGOXIAIT. MOXDAY, FEBTtUATlY 14. 191C. 9
) CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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It I'll." iranrth ail lr .r.t rUa
n. K'nI lr rnuau-al torn ) . Aftaaa
aa4 auai rfc rraaarti alalia".
far to HcmT CotuT 'IM Bawxan.
.-r4 IWart Court of the Catholic
rlr of Fora-.ar has won the tat
Uavr for mk'.n taa moat prosraaa
ad Id ttir.s tt Brat-1 numbar of
namlwri I ndr tha laadarahlra or tha
Junsar ch.f raniar. Cbavrlca II. Ken
Batn. an.l tbJ- tha co-oiaratlon of
A. Taaia. (iDaarUI aaretarr. the
othar court of tha rounlry and slate
vara out-ia4 In tha forward noa
men. i!Roth It la one of tha youn
ast toacta. 1 ha fnamba-raliip la loa.kinat
Ivrairl to tha lima whan tha txauti
ful tannar. tha tokan cf l-torr. will
a4rn Ita hall. It la iraatad tnat A. B
haitktmr. chtaf raniavr. turfofttld
t tha ftiahrr dunitaria. of tha l"ath
a:ic urttir vf 'or'i-r. will praaant
Tio.ait St-am-ra Ant Ja.ii.rr.
. r B.rry. h!lH tr it' ! t ivas
to ha an ri-foiirt. a a a arrest! al-u:-ila
an.l haLt f.r t a H.uiBtnn
a ujurtriaa by l ta-tna t'wii-man.
.-noai. loi"n. farnnra an.l iolta.
ako haa Iw.n Invcatieatinc a rnt
atiampt to Dinar tna aafa of tha Kiaar
.ai bran, h f f a lUnk of rjTmrrta
at r.varatt. Waah. The jt.aTaiiian ob
..Mara.f II wnrth o( Jawairy.
I .' anaa ?iWa ana William llarrtne
ton. a:af tftoujt It ba ontl.
an4 Arthur jtwanaon. a boy I car
..It. r h a on rin.t tHrfM
bntuaa thay w'a with t'.rry. Tha
man ha.l a qjantny of Jaaatrj.
Il iTia. ! Witu. t. kt t a mrtl
ln of tha Ora.oa llotal Man Ao
aiatton to ba h-14 t"marroar aftarn.n
a aucraaaor to Uy latff. formar praai
alrnt. ari.t ba nam'.!. Tha maattnar la
.. h.l Ml"! for 2 J l M. at tha liuoo
llotal. t'thar mattrra ara to ba pla'd
l,lora tfta aaa.xiat.oa, Waaa and
iwana of Incraaatna- tha tourtal Irani
vaa'l ba dt'ai. ana4 It la rumorad
Ibat iiral tnnoa attorta for Inamnc
L.urlata i.l ba pprunt. Praacnt o!T.
rna of tha rniulwn ara: Praat
aot. Hoy Tit. ia.-pr aiJ.nl. lan J.
M.ja.ra. irrtjrt. . W. Ha-aarh. and
iraaa irar. V. V. Ufb urn, of t"a laborn
M.jt Tf-Kii la ljfr.. Cuht
l.iaaas curb and auto. Ilr fharp.
an amnloya of tha l'nl.. til Cotnpana
f t'alif.iraii. i'4Uinad aaaara injuria
t hia laft lac Saturday aTaninc. nacaa-
ttatinf hl rmoal to lia-llarood II.
pital. rhjrj aai ri' In Baklnc
aU daliaartaa from an auto IrurH. and
afa.-i.lant to.. plara tt'fo'a tha
htta itraia. at jMth and tdlon
atra.ta. A a'.iihl fractura of tha a
a boa a tha ir.k.a and minor bruia la
ba attanl cf injur. Jla la nnmarriad.
and Uaaa at Taanty-alshtll and f"ra
Whatnar Multnomah .rnr will ht.l
a fta-M sir thia yaar. auah aa waa hld
I . I yaar on tha fair atrounda at liraab
am. will ba d'a-l.lad at tha ma-alln cf
M ilrnomah County I'omona lirar.sa at
WocdUwn Mr.-h li J. J. Jhnon.
who propo.a-d lb fiald ir of laat
)mp. mi th ma'tar la In I h hnrta
a.f lha lirmi'a. and thay ara tha Judfra
whathrr it i: pay to hold lhi field
a . J-i i.mi br what waa acempltha4
al tha fil.l day laii aar. which wa
attand'4 by nearly :" potia. Thai
lirld day waa .ounlad a sraal iorcaa
Wotiav t'lrica jiyamwa. Mra. yarah
Frank, carrlar rf rural r'tt So. S out
f Porlnc. rr.ada tha remarhabla racord
of miaaini ontv on dy durinc th
rvran I atorma Tha roada wara cntl
ra.l lmpaaiht for raarly a . th
an.i drifting In plara-a to tha lop of
tha farm fne. but M. Krank mad
ar rounia wh'n rrat othar carrl'ra
r.la.J. frit had tha aaaiatanro "Z bar
huahar.d durln: th wort torma. and
tothar thy ot tha mall to tha firm
h.uaa on rout N-v J. whl h corr
naarly Z I nil'l.
Oncaa fT"r f- It T'M.p William
R llo.ma will diract a tuiy In tha ap
.r.ltlon and anatasla of tha muiif
to b pUyad by tha Portland Jiymphany
rbatra at Ita natt Jundy 'ril
and th tory of th opara "Kon-i-Kindar."
rrrrantal by th firat
a imhr of tha nroaramma. will b told
by ria i".;.ia.ir in tn auditorium of
li ;at Portland Ubrary. corner IUt
r:lanth an f Aldr atraata. thia n-tn-
at srlaca. i:rTon lnltd.
Hmtxi it. Kt'Tt' rt acaat. t T"t.T.
1'inaral arl.-a of .Mra liartha
M kota, who dl-4 Thurad at hr
horn. 3)J liuaaatl atrvat. Alhlna. at
th. aa ef 33. will ba hll today from
tha ilatmia Iilhran Trinity t hurch.
ornar IVl.Iiama aaanna an4 Oraham
aaafi'i. at I P. M Intarmant will Iva
in It aa City fmmmt'tr l"b waa tha
dauihtar of Mr and Mra. Fr-I Kuti
and ltr of Arthur Kali, of Ihl rlty.
D:ior firt t Fait. to rrr liiahop
William M. P--t:. cf lasa Al!. ! .
who waa lo ha pra hd yeatrdT
ir...rnir.a; at tha Flrat t'oited Urathran
hur.-!. :at Fifteenth and r.tria.o
.rraali. failed to net b appolnlmant
Ma paaaad through Portland amis to
! if.u, whara ha praa. d aeaterday
larara conatreaiation had therd at
tha Firat Churca to hear bin.
Wtoaiar Decs Piiot. F"r tha
ei-ath ef kar huahr. I. Chart M. ie.
alrtaer of th motortruck that w
aTua-k by a a".uthrt Pacific lctric
rin al taaibrai'-hi fwailrt. bear
Tna,Iatln. f-ptamhar IJ. Itl. Nlra, Julia
Uara baa filed 'it m tha Hr-uit Court
alainat fha ri:rd and Motorman
red Vm.mr for t ) dinui.
ra. Otarwajt 1 taan-T-an Truat
pa-thoala wilt b considered br l C II.
larva In hi le.-ture tanisht at the
t M C. A. o -loduatrtal AbeaMutleir
or tha Nr of Competition." Tha
lea-tare, another In tha eriea of tha
-Kvninioa of tha Modern World." will
be (taen at o'Clora..
jr. J'ii Ijaaaar RTroi
lot ef new fi. lion h aa been r
r.itt l from tha r"l tJbrary by th
rt J.'ba library The atory hour la
hall al J J and 1 IV Friday afternoon
at th Jha library V number of
near appl ln a f r naemberahip b
artt f c.-te rut. -Th ljt
taif." a drama lhat waa to h bea
ran.Jarl by loa-.it tatani al ll. Clam
enl It alt. on the lwr Penlnaula,
February S. wa poatpoeed until Feb
ruary lj. when tha aame fait of char
.dan win rnd-r lha play.
(la-CHA Aiao'taTK' TO VlIT A b-3l-
raaa rceetire of th Portland Cpra
Aaaocatin I called for tomorrow
r. hi at lha Central library. Tha meet-
In .r la an Important on. Innlnc
f .rmal lect:on of preaidnl of th a-oa-i
Paai-rr-Tca.'Mr" Tt M.rr
Tha jt. J"hn l'aral-Teachar Aa.ocla
t.on wilt bold a maettnar in lha North
l- a ol of Hi. John on Tburaday. Clxll
dran from lha school will aaaiat In
U. I. PnT-r xcrBaaa- c Ij-icout.
M I. Pratt d'llrd an ad lraa yr .
t.rday bafora tha Cirrenl FTem Club
a.f W.atrrinater Pre.htrin Churr-h
ih -lf and CharV-trr of Abraham
ltaa oln "
. Dlt S-Wlait. A'1 T" MCtT.
Th Community Tramlos lkhool for
Jundr f.-hool Worktri wilt naa al
: 41 p. M. lamorroar at tn Caatrml
aaaaefaX. .. -
Rot- Clc T Foyri. A bo
club, called tha -Wlllln Worker. ha
)ut ben crcanliod at tha borne of
Mr. K. B. Krand In connection with
tha t'nlnn Sunday tichool of tUt -Johoa.
The object of th club la to
promise aoundnvaa of body, to teach
principle of honesty and IntelliKent
aelf-Kovernment, to be ready to extend
a hrlpicc hand, to learn to lore the
beauty of nature and art, to bat Tlle
ne,a and r a pact themaelve. ufflcer
of tha new club ara th following:
Preatalent, Wley Gee: lce-preidnt-llomavna
Hrand: aecretary. Melvln
Aodcraon; treasurer. Adam llelnrlch.
Gmxai Names 1L A. Darwau. II.
A. larnall was appointed to represent
taenia Grange on lha advl.aory council
to Counts Agricultural Ivxpert Hall.
Mr. I'arnall la a graduate of an agri
cultural college, and It la thought will
make a valuable member of the coun
cil. AM the 1 Granges of Multnomab
County are expected to appoint a mem
ber of tha council. Lrnti Grange ap
pointed A. F. Miller. Jacob Nelaon and
D ISCIKR II APPEARED I
' -a :
La. l J
Mllr. lly laara.
"tJIratly spaakinc. said Mil.
tJly Urwra. beginning a partial
narrative of her career. l have
danced mr way around tho
world." Mil. I-nora la lha pre
mier alan.euaa who. aaaleted by
Mile. Irma Komloaay. will demon
airai pbaaea of artiatlc dan. inc
at l.'ia l-.mprraa Theater Ibla
"I am of FnclUh parentage
and waa born In a French town
In India. Considerable of my
early atac career was spent In
l.ermany. although I hate ap
peared In nearly all tha other
countries cf llurope. as well as
In portions of Asia, and. of rourae.
Canada and thl United Mates."
W. A. Toung lo attend th stork meet
ing today at the I'mon Mock Yarals on
IioT ma Turn ratxg. If the rler
Is free of obstructions th steamer
t'alle City will resume sarvlce. leav
ing T A.- M. Tuesday. Alder-street dock.
Main M. A 111: Ad.
HOTELMAN IS SCORED
i.ttni.oRt) in to hue f.i-tHX
AIIIKK TO KVAUK LAW.
laarl ara Ilefradaal la of n-rerle
Thai. Thlaklaa- Only of Cola,
faaao talrl to Vrss-.
"Tou'd better come out and register
as man and wife." la the rantlon land
lord Philip Jones la said by witnesses
to hava whispered to persons at th
Gordon Hotel. West Park and Tamhlll
street, in th small hours of falur-.-uth
Patrolman Wright waa tha cause of
mine ho i s alarm. On th register of
the hotel appeared tha name of Loo
lldwirda. In tha room assigned to
the young men there were two per
son. to the man and th girl and
the landlord talked with Juds Lang
Tha Jud nsrrowed kla eyes as b
glared at Jones, after hearing th evi
dence. -It la fellows like you." fc alt!,
"that make It possible, and easy, for
young girl to go wrong. AH you con
sider Is the room renl."
Jone wanted to appeal from hi
sentrn. of a i: fin but appeals may
not be taken unless the fine exceeds
that sum I'dwarda and the young
woman were fined II each.
The womaa wa evicted from her
room bea-aue sh owed ll rent. Mr,
laol G. flsMwIn. of th women's pro-te-tiv.
division, will aid her at the
eiptration of her irntasc.
C. P. STAYTON CANDIDATE
Ilrptsbllrai. fffkl Xomlnallon for
r P Utayton. nf SSH South Troad
way has filed hi declaration of In
tention to compete In th primaries for
ina offl." of County Commlalonr. on
1.1. I.epubilran tlrkt-
- .-e-a ih. ceo pie. work for
th Improvement of road. lowr tax
ation, and will en.l-nvr lo administer
. . ika rnitltIV bonestlV.
fairly, efficiently and with no lavorll-
I an. b arnounc. air. na. .
candidal for th Public K'rvlc Cols-
ml-aion two year ago.
- a.uar deal tor ai.. ' - - a...
be wiane to follow bis nam on th
Rang al Wbolc-aaef.
Toaj can buy a rorttand-made te!
rang or beating alove from u and
save f'fiy per cent, as we are closing
out out overstock at wholesale coata
Mar MarHatra Co. I.'l Front at Ad
GIVE PREFERENCE TO
ORCOVS SUCCESSFUL LIFE
Combination of Attractive Features:
The New Policy Contract
The Supe-Tior Service and
The Low Premium Rate
A. L .WXLS
CAT SAVES OWNER
Scratching of Pet Awakens
Man as Home Burns
BOY COMPLETES RESCUE
Clifford Thompson, 16, Drags Mt
llirw Pullo From I'lamea anil
Vain Kmlcavor to Saye Bo
lonclnf In the Hoar.
Matthew Putlo rrobably owes his life
to th household pet. an ordinary cat
of common pedigree. At 1404 Hood
street Is a charred heap of timbers,
where the pretty new Putlo bungalow
stood until yesterday morning. That
th owner and resident escaped in
cineration Is due to tho cat.
Something struck Mr. I'utlo in the
face a he slumbered yextcrday niorn
Inc "t 5 o'clock. It struck again, then
It scored and scratched In skin. In
Ihe thickening smoke of hi burning
noma, he awoke, w ith the family pussy
clawing at his fate to arouae hi in. Al
readv Ihe lire had spread through th
greater part of ihe five-room lumo.
Aficr reaching tho oln air Ih
owner, wild with freny al tho losa of
his new furniture, turned Into the
swirling smoke again to salvas what
The efforts of the cat might have
gon for naught, for Mr. Putlo wa
daird br the smoke, had It not been
for the 'timely aid of Clifford Thomp
son, a l-year-old newspaper carrier,
who played the rot of providence In
the s-cond rescue.
The youth was on hia early morning
delivery route, when he paused to
watch tha fire. II heard mouninc. and
darted about the house looking for an
entrance. Just Inside the kitchen door
he found tha seml-consclou owner,
and dragged him out. I'utlo partially
revived and struggled to re-enter the
smoke and flame. His young captor
clung lo him. and dispatched a smaller
boy for aid. I. K. Crabh and William
avis, of Oswego, left their auto and
came to hla assistance. Then Patrol
man Fhoemaker arrived and took Putlo
to a nearby bom, w here he was re
vived. Knirin Company 10 arrived within
a few moments after the alarm, hut
the Pre had compl-tely consumed the
bungalow. Some lnsuran- was car
ried on the structure and furniture.
Nothing wa saved except two trunk.
Tho llr originated In an overheated
Mr. Pullo was alone, his wife and
three children having gon away for a
Clifford Thompson, the youthful res
cuer. Is the son of patrolman J. M.
Thompson, of the auto pollco patrol.
PLIGHT 0FB0YS WINS
Ij.il. Arrnae-d of Theft Fount! to
be Wlthont Home or Food.
irii...a rnod for tt hours. Ijtwrence
and Jame McGmlh. aged 17 nnd 15.
In their desperation stole some cop
per wlr and were arrested Snturd.iy
morning by Special Acents Wncner
and Maher. of t TortLind Hallway.
Light power Company. Their piti
able plight won the sympathy of the
and ihouirh Ihe hoys were
turned "over to the Juvenile Court.
Ieputy Probation Officer r.vnn waa
asked not to hava them punished.
Their father dead and their mother
enrkine In a rrsta.irant In Tacoma
and unabl to send them money, tho
lads are In sorry straits. .Mr. r.vans
I endeavoring lo find a home for tho
DR. P. J. PAYNE IS DEAD
riiyslrinn Snort-nib, lo Smhlrn At
tack of Pneumonia.
Ir. P. J. Tsyne. SSI Twenty-first
street, died at the Good Pamnrltan
Hospital at 4:20 Saturday morning. tr.
Payne's lllne was brief. He hnd been
In good health until last Sunday, when
h was stricken with pneumonia.
Ten years ago. accompanied by Mr.
Payne, he came lo Portland from Cleve
land. Ohio. A medical and physical
director he served the portlsnd
schools for five years. He was 41 years
old and a member of the Psl Chi fra
ternity. He I survived by Mr. Tarn and
three children. Laura Kllxabeth. aged
. Margaret Veatrh. year, and Tercy
THREE LECTURE TODAY
Dr. Ornlhcm Speak on John Ilun
jran at Library Hall Xonlj-l.t.
Professor II. R Torrey will give a
natural science lecture today at S
o'clock In the biological lecture room.
Iteed College. His subject will be.
-What Is a ripecles"
The extenalon study course In th
Hlslory of Kducatlon. given by Robert
1. Llch. wilt meet tonight at S o'clock
In room It. Central Library.
Pr. farnurl McChord Crothers will
lectur on "John Hunyan" tonight at
t o'clock In Library Hall. Central Li
brary. Thia will be the third lecture
In the extension course given by Dr.
VETERANS DEMAND WORK
Mretinc Saturday lo Consider Law
F.nforremrnt for Mroiher.
Th next regular meeting of th
t'nltavd Veterana- Association. poet -
- 4' Portland, Ore.
C S. SAMUEL
poned from February 12, will be held
on Saturday. February 26, at 575
At the last meeting Mrs. Harriett
Hendee, representing' tha Women's Re
lief Corps, and Mrs. Valeria G. Benvle.
representing tho Ladles of the Grand
Army of th Republic, were elected to
the board of directors, which now In
cludes M. La Pratt, chairman; O. H.
Staron. secretary; William M. Hender
shott. A. La. Clsrk and P. J. Hyde.
A special meeting of the board of
directors will take place on Wednes
day. February 16. at which time the
question of patriotic Instruction In the
public schools and how best to enforce
certain laws of the state relating to
the employment of veterans on public
work, will bo taken up. It Is th in
tention of th veterans, through the
association, to see that all public offi
cials accord them recognition In the
future, and vigorous action will be
taken In the coming political cam
paign looking to that end.
WELFARE LAWS WANTED
PHR M A a' KXT aJXVKXILE COIRT AD
VOCATED IIFFORE GRATUGK.
Depot y District Attorney Also Favora
Mcasare to Require Father lo Be
Responsible for Children.
Passnge of two acts at the next ses
sion of the Leg islaturc. one estab
lishing a permanent Juvenile Court
for Multnomah County, with a Judge
who t-hall devote his entire lime to
the business of this court, and anotner
making the husband responalhle for the
support of his children whether ho
he divorced or not. was urged by F.
M. Iienipsey. deputy District Attorney,
in his address before the lacnts tlranjre
Saturday. The subject was: "Needed
for the Welfare of Women and
Children." Mr. Pcmpsey said that both
measurea will bo framed and brought
before the next session of the Lcgls
"Multnomah County." said Mr. Demp
sey, "has reached a place In popula
tion where an Independent Juvenile
Court has become an absolute neces
sity. This Judgo will have the time
to get Into cloe touch with the peo
ple, so that all cases of child de
linquency can receive prompt attention.
"Knnctment of a law requiring
fathers to support their children under
sit circumstances '. of equal Impor
tance t the welfare of women and
J. J. Johnson, master of Kvenins
Star and Pomona granges, said:
"The old law wa repealed because
It was abused by unscrupulous wom
en. I believe that a woman Is equally
responsible for her children as the
father nnd should not he permitted to
throw her responsibility, after divorce,
on the father. This proposed law
should be so framed as to prevent such
Regarding the establishment of a
Juvenile Court, one of the present
courts should be abolished if a new
one Is established."
County Commissioner Llghtner was
the puest of the Grange and spoke of
the progress Multnomah County had
msde during the past 12 years In the
construction of good roads, .
SAVING OF BIRDS I0LD
Al DHinv SOClKTV HEARS REPORT
FKKOIMi IV STORM.
Collection of Knads, Distribution of
Supplies, and Appeal for Public
Aid, Among Acllvlllea.
In a report by the secretary of the
Oregon Audubon Society at Its first
meetinjr Saturday night In the new
quarters in tho Young Men's Christian
Association building, was included the
statement that during the recent storm.
9oo loaves of stale bread. 600 pounds
of rolled oats, and supplies of apples
and suet had been distributed through
severial agencies for birds during; the
The Oregon Audubon Society was one
of the organizations Instrumental in
saving to the state during the past
few weeks many blrd.a that otherwise
would have perithed. Not only did the
society have charge of th collection
of funds for the purchase of food for
the blrtis. and the distribution of that
food through the different agencies,
but It also spread th gospel of "feed
the birds." and saved money for the
state by appealing to its members
throughout the storm-ridden country
to do missionary work.
The Oregon Audubon Society has
lately acquired spacious rooms In the
Young M. n's Christian Association and
has Installed there an extensive ex
hibit of stuffed bird skins, bird pic
tures and literature.
Officers of the society that has
nearly iO members are: President, Wil
liam L. Flnley: corresponding secre
tsry, Ir. E. J. Welty; recording secre
taiy. KMrabelh Watson; treasurer. H.
BE BRIEF, JUDGE DEMANDS
F. S. Melvln, Attorney, Defendant
in Suit to Recover $1300.
Acknowledging that h collected
llOliS as due for his services In a real
estate transfer of Westmoreland lots
for Mrs. Matilda S. Stabler. F. 8. Mel
vln. a Portland attorney, waa the de
fendunt In an action for the recovery
of I1J b-cun In the court of Circuit
JuH;t Mdainn Saturday.
S-raril ttmea In the course of the
igM $25 FOR A MAME I
Special Lunches Make
Dining a Greater Pleasure
Special Lunch No. 8 30(i
Served 11:30 to 3:00
. Chipped Beef in Cream
Bread and Butter Potatoes
Coffee, Tea or Milk
Confectionery and Restaurant
Washington St, at Tenth
The exact methods used in our
examinations rc-vc:il nil errors of
refraction in the human eye. We
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shop, tho exact kind of lenses re
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WHEELER OPTICAL QO.
FIFTH FLOOR, OREGOMAX BLDG.
trial, which was continued until Mon
day. Judge McGinn found it necessary
to reh'ike Mr. Melvin for his attitude
toward the court nnd plaintiff. After
listening to two hours of testimony,
the Judge announced that he did not
know what the facts weer and was
sure the Jury did not, and asked that
the testimony be more to tho point.
E. W. CATL1N LECTURES
AnRels Not Departed Unmans, lie
Tells Knights of Pythias.
"Angels are not departed humans,
for God sent angels to earth on a
special mission, before one member of
th human race had died. They are
employed by the Lord to assist in
saving man from sin." said E. W. Cat
lin. in his lecture last night, at the
Knights of Pythias Hall.
"In the past angels have met with
patriarchs and prophets, directing them
in human affairs. Have they ever met
with members of the human family In
modern times? Yes. for in many in
stances the Lord has let angels appear
to people passing into the sleep of
"The angels keep a complete record
of every deed done In the body and
some time each individual must face
that record and be personally respons
ible for every act."
PORTLAND CHARACTER DIES
John rcter Olson Suffers Paralytic
Stroke Coming From Church.
John Peter Olson, a picturesque char
acter well known about Portland for
the past 25 years. Is dead. His career
had lain In many lands and he had
passed his 68th year. After an illness
of two weeks death came Thursday.
Two weeks ago, in spite of the bitter
weather, Mr. Olson attended church at
night, and when he returned fell on
hi. ir.ors.ten with a Daralvtic stroke
and lay there until next morning.
He had no known relatives ana uvea
In a houseboat on the "strand," north
of the Northern Pacific Mills. He leaves
a host of friends. The. funeral took
place yesterday afternoon. Rev. J.
Klchard Olson read the service.
MRS. C. W. RENNER DIES
SUter of Mrs. Chamberlain, Well
Known Here, Dies In Texas.
News has been received in this city
of the death Saturday of Mrs. C. W.
Kenner, a sister of Mrs. George E.
Chamberlain, in Bryan, Tex. Mrs.
Kenner had been ill but a very short
time. Mrs. Renner will be remembered
by many In Portland, as she spent a
number of years with her sister in
Mrs. Renner's husband died some
time ago and no children survive her.
Th body was sent to Natchez, Miss.,
th former home of Mrs. Renner, for
Truck Crushes Man's Foot.
Peter Sharp, 22 years old. Is In Sell
wood Hospital with a crushed foot as
Only some are different.
Oregon state banks en
joy wide public confi
dence because wise state
laws protect the de
positors' money to the
limit. Being a patron of
this solid state bank has
made many an individ
ual's fortune. Bank
with this bank and feel
LADD & TILTON
Oldest in the Northwest
Washington and Third
Capital and Surplus
Two Million Dollars.
A large Portland creamery is mak-
ing daily the best pasteurized cream-
s ery butter that can be made from
H selected cream produced in nearby
H mountain valleys.
H The quality of this butter is strictly
j high-grade and we desire a name that
S will properly describe it.
We Want YOU to Suggest a Name!
Read the conditions below:
EE For the best name submitted $25.00
For the second best name submitted. . .$15.00
H For the third best name submitted $10.00
1 The contestant must be a resident of either EE
EE Washington or Oregon.
H 2 No employe of the creamery or of his or her
immediate family will be allowed to compete.
H 3 Suggestions to win a prize must be limited to J
H 4 The name must be original and suggestive of the
highest grade of creamery butter obtainable. ss
5 There will be no restrictions as to the number of J
5 names each contestant may submit.
E5 6 The answers must be mailed so as to reach us E
EE " not later than the morning of March 1st. E
7 In case of the same name being submitted by
E more than one person the one bearing the
earliest postmark will be chosen.
EE 8 Announcement of winners will be made in this E
paper on March 15th.
EE 9 Cut out this advertisement and mail it with your EE
E suggestion for a name to EE
1 Box M 374 Oregonian Office, Portland, Or. 1
the result of a fall under the wheels
of a motor truck at Sixth and Madison
streets Saturday nicht. Sharp slipped
from the curbing as the machine was
backing up to him.
VOCAL RECITAUS ENJOYED
Mrs. Walter Kendall and R. W. Bell
Please Large Audience.
A vocal recital -of more than usual
Importance took place Saturday night
in the Steams' building, directed by
Gio T. Taslieri. and the audience
crowded the recital hall to overflow
insr. The two students presented were
Mrs. Walter Kendall, mezzo soprano,
and R. W. Bell," lyric tenor. Mrs. Ken
dall is a recent arrival in this city
from Denver and Honolulu, and her
voice Is a resonant, sparkling one.
She sings with exquisite taste. Her
numbers included "Nadeshda" (Thom
as), "Liebestrau" (Brahms) and "Vain
ka's Sons'" (Whishaw). Mr. Bell has
a clear, sweet, mellow tenor voice,
splendidly suited to the rendition ol
ballads and liedcr. He is a banker at
Toledo, Washington, and has a family.
He sanfr with fine effect such high-
Saturday night at the Ice Hippodrome, or between
there and the Benson Hotel, I lost small lady's neck
lace watch, set with rhinestones and pearls. Watch is
very small, about the size of lady's locket. Is valued
very highly as a keepsake, and finder will be suitably
rewarded by notifying owner, Main 4531.
130 FRONT STREET
Will continue the same busi
ness policy and dealings as
obtained prior to the recent
passing of W. M. Derthick.
We wish to thank our pa
trons for past favors and
assure them of the same
high character of service in
W. J. Derthick
Make old metal new.
Keeps nil tol-
ished metal briaht. The only
to n on aluminum as it contain
neither arid nor ammonia. Puts on a
quick, Jaotins lator. Hold in two rie
cans brail Grery. Hardware and Drug
Stnr-. Ii-nk for C; Phnlo on Tan.
T.S. Townsend Creamery Co.
Wholesale Distributers for
Oregon and S. W. Washington.
CHWAB PRINTING CO
RFIM F GREENE-HARRY r ISCMtK
STARK STREET-"1- SECOND
cheapest and best
fuel on the market;
three - ton lots, J7
per ton delivered.
Will Reduce Your Coal BUI One-Half.
PACIFIC COAST COAL CO.
240 WASHl-VGTOX ST.
Mania 2.!0. A 2293.
class numbers as "Come Into the Gar
den. Maud." (Balfe). "If With All Your
Hearts" (Mendelssohn) and "Salva Do
morah" (Gounod). Both Mrs. Kendall
and Mr. Bell were cordially received
and recall numbers demanded.
Oerman army surgeons have to have ifolrl
for many jobs of jaw patching. Among
the articles being melted down for the mate
rial are old nedding rings. English coins
and even finings from the teetn.
SUPERIOR SERVICE, BEST
30 Years Wholesaleing Reliable
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
M. L. KLINE
84-86-87-89 FRONT STREET
Ask Your Dealer for Our Faultless
Plumbing Material, Which
Saves in Upkeep
The Y. M. C. A.
will fit any ambitious younf man
or woman for high-class positions in
Bookkeeping, Stenography and
To men this includes valuable
athletic, aquatic and membership
privileges, although tuition cost is
less than elsewhere.
Phone .Main 7065, A 6561.
Our class in public speaking Is
giving great confidence and com
mand of language to its members.
The cobt is small.
For 30 years the most satisfactory
jewelers in Portland. Out-of-town
customers always pleased to trade
G. HEITKEMPER CO.
Diamond Dealera and Jewelera.
130 5th St., Portland. Or.
A Moderate-Priced Hotel of Merita
Eaat Alorrlaon St., Near Grand Ave,
7tk. 91 pei; dart with hatha Li&,