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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1916)
TITi: MOIaXTXO OTirnOXTAX. TUESDAY, FE15TITJAHT 15. 101G.
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Don't Let Anything
Keep You Away!
It's the Big Play of the Month
jBrcC Hartcs Thrilling Romance of the Days of49
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Most Popular Story
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With the Famous Little Star
Whose Winsome Ways Have
Made Her a Favorite of
In the Sixth Chapter
of T7ie Goddess
Can't Afford to
TCDlf ni TT. TTIr.
Columbia Aro,attte4.' "Lot
flti.r "Near Tork."
i.iu Tha N- r-to.Wll-NatiuaaJ
"Hop, lb I !"
P.r k f or-i The Ysl'ow rwport "
ltt:M "TteMM'l lariaer.
"Tlx OeM .'
Putt! "Man tnl Itl VtL"
Cir-;e Tatty Arbucale."
That la a raoch-moottd jotlofi
it Biotlon pt-tar rasa of I'ortIa4.
mnA prom!.w to broma avan mra
Ht ai.iriii.M4 ba Ida r of "Tba
N'ar-Pi-WIl Ii coorlud4 Ibla a
at tba I f-1 ii . A'tTrtia4 aa a aurm-a-r
of Thi tpuilira. a ptctartaatloa
f eeoto br thm mum author. Ilmx
ri-a. arm! cal tT tba aama company,
fii. and tiebftriBf practically Iba
aana raat. raturatir tba public aata aa
"r!I4 tba f!lm4 H"acS jrara of
I'iMB wm t!i atorr of Alaaka. Tbna
from tba crowd whleb pcka4 tba
llnil aa4r aa4 adriaad rrlacxla to
vo yatrdr mack rotnmnt racaralnc
RiaJ baa pU)"4
Tba Waiter of
Kamona In Thi
Tamala In "Glrlt."
tba Hoom." "Tb
"Tba Talloar Tlrhat" and "At Bay." ba
la near ooa of iba ladic( I'atho play
I via TTabar (lira. Pbllllpa FmrT)
co-dircor with bar huataa4 In L'nl
varaal prodarllona, and author aa wall
aa faat-jrad aroman In 'Hop. tha ! ir
Hraw.' waa bora and adjralrd In lilt
burc. Kba want Into conrart work anJ
than Into atock with bar buaband. -ha
mada "iij pocriln." imoir other pro-
Wllfrad Laeaa. who doaa auch aplcn
did character work la "Aeqatttad." la
a Canadian by birth and tha aon of
clargymaa. lxr a In Ontario, ba brfao
b!a career aa boy contralto and u
a church alnser for aovaraj yeara. Then
ha ran away from collec. Joined an
KntT'tah opera company and toured with
It ail or tba Kncllab-apeakmc world.
Aa baa been tha caaa with many other
opraUata, IHneaa and loaa of alaalns
aolro droa blm to tha lea-ittmata ataca.
I!a piayad two aeaaooa under tha Whit
Bay and Knowtea management aa Mar
cs Vlnlclua In Juo aJia. Dm of
hia ncacarnenta waa In tha military
drama named "Winchester. Oppoalt
. ,. e . J . i . ' I blm playad a youair actor named U. .
ta. m.rlta of tba two production, waa GrKTitb. Lat.r Mr.Luca. waa adrancod
, ... . ,, . I to Important playa and paxta. Indudlnc
opinion, d.ffar naturally, for tha m Vuper.t Itiona of SuT." "Tha Heir
film apoaaJa la dffaraat faahkoa to
act trrd iTldaaL liowaver. daclarmtlona
ara votcad wttk Iftqmofjr and em
phaata that "Tha Ne'arDo-Watt" la )uat
aa rood It net a trlfla battar tban "Tba
la Loa Aacalea and fan Franclevo.
aid mora partlralarly tha latter city,
t.le latest Uece; oftcrlnc amaahed
at:enJanca ricorde so far that prrdtc.
liirt ara nvao that mnch time wilt
eiipea before a production will equal
tie draw In power of "Tba N'ar-I-
CUra'p Affrcttotsa Allnulrd.
Ctr- Kimtl To-ies. who racantty
1 14 ber husband fur a di'orve. la Itow
involved In at atieaatloa of affection
euit. Jacnea Touoc. bar actor-draior
hiiband. ba aiad Lawta J. Pelinick,
praaldant of tba a ear million-dollar
:ra Kimball Youna; Corporation, for
IMa.aoo. aIlea-iR that ha alienated tba
affecttona of tba fair Clara.
ftelinu-k. la bia reply, denlaa all of
tba ailacationa. and a that th
trouble between tba Tooras started
Itna; bfore ha bacam latereeted la
f artlstte aucreia of th wife.
PUjrrs oo rortland rVrccna.
Frarc-ia XtTUr Buibman.. starrlna;
wtfa liaaerly ftayna in "Man and Kia
I." la a natiea of Norfolk. Va. and
ed iate-1 at Ammendala Colleara. Mary
land Early ft life be -bama a
wraet'er and bl-Tcle rarer. Ho first
appeared on tba ataaro at t. Ha poaed
fjr noted art lit a la New Tori. In
etudlna; tydeadecker. rUariaoien.
r '.:. Klmae.II. tba KinneT. la waa
I'limili I'ad la "Tba Top of tba
tVorH." "tiaeen of tba Mob tin Roofi"
and "lJoli Horre." Totlowlnc a Block
efiltniMt beapwant Into mottoa p!a-
tree H tttl. J!nir Caaaaay. Ifa won
ta Ladtaa World hero contest and waa
elertal kmc of tba tan EMefo Cipoel
tloa. Scrrrn Coauslp.
Florence Rae tba baaatlfut alar of
"New Tors.." waa bora in I'Btladelphia
In IttJ. at theatrical parenta. Pba waa
ad'icated at K-ecrecolue t'ooTant and
aarty la Ifa entered upon a stock
career fn ber earied etnerleert-e bflaa
CIEAIISE THE BLOOO
RhumAti.m Due t Bad Jlcod.
Thousand haa been trad wa!L Peo
ple in tba pooraat health, suffarln;
from Khaumatuan. with whom pain waa
roaataat. Who belieaad that thair vital-l-y
waa aappad beycod repair. It waa
proeen to tbem that tb caaaa of thair
trouble waa th blood: that Lrlo Acid,
mi moat faithful ally of Rheumatism,
r-ad crtpped tbem. Th poison In th
Blood had sapped Its atra-.trtb. Tb
waabariad blood bad allowed poison and
impurttlaa to accumulate, and all
enery waa fooe. Tbsy fait " poorly T
wer Iter, ieea, pa, I a waa erer preaent.
with por dicastloa and dyspepsia.
Tley triad S. A. & nature blood tonic
They a"B n druara. Thla compound
r nature a ranardiea of roota and barbs
Cid what dmc failed to do. It liter
ally waafiad tba brood free from polaoa.
and with tb flow of pu re blood cam
back boaitk. BtrBnctb. Tior and happl-r-ea.
tet V ft . from your dracclet.
l-i.i.t upon S. 0. 9. If youre la a lon
tiMIrt rt. wrt'a for madlcal adelca
to Swift Bpaxlfle) Com Atlanta, fit, but
tx(ia takao a. & H. at one. 1
to tb lloorah" and leadlna; man to
Roa tftaht In "The Chorua Ladr." Tha
later ancaitement lasted for Or aaa-
sons. Mr. Griffith, by thla time trana
formed from a younc JUTanll Into ona
of tba greatest of motion picture dl
rector, remembered kacaa and aakad
hira to join tb Griffith motion picture
force. Krer ainra then Mr. Laic a a has
bean a moat valued member of tha Grif
fith oraaalsattona. His Brat role la the
Triancie rroframm la aa th rich
worldiinc In "Tba L41y and tbs Rose."
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Faani Ward, star of "Tennessee-
Pardner. la a nativ of St. Louts. Mo.
and was born keep It dark In llli.
She baa bean In tha theatrical profes
sion for more tban a quarter century,
starring In ll. tihe waa with various
Broadway produrtlona. road London
appaarancea wi Cbarlea Haw tray,
also Independently In a laria number of
playa. alternattne wltb American tours,
tier snoat recent atare veblclea Include
Tba Marrlaeo of William Ahe." "Tha
Three of L'a. "To New Lady Ban
toe k." "Madam Prealdrnt." Mis Ward
fcaa alio arared la vaudeville. In pri
vate life Mi Ward la tha wife of Jack
t. leadlna; maa la her preaent Laaky
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Wheeler Oakman. who playa tba title
rol la Tb Ne er-lo-Wel. theptrtur
Isattoa of tha famous Res Reach book
of that name, was born In Washington.
D. i.. in lli. ttefura aniTlnc th
) ba appeared la "Checkers.
btroncbeart." "fnder Koutharn fktaa"
and wttk aiv repertoire shows. He first
became a member of th Lubta corps,
but for three and one. half years ha
been with He I If. Ha played tha part of
tba gambler In "The hpoilere and wa
lead in Tbe Master of tha Garden."
"Tba Lily of tha Vsdlay" "shotgun
C'akraaa Is physically capable of put
ting tin a strong fight, and ho aurely
doaa it In "Th Ne'er-Do-WelL" for ba
we.'rh 1 pounda aad aland i feet II
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Manager Mvrirk. of tha Columbia
Theater, pree.nt.d a Valentine novelty
yeaterday la th aha pa of a "moon
glrL" After aack show th stag dis
closed a huge moon, on which was
seated a large dolL with arms out
stretched la welcome, an effect of drift
lag, fleec-y cloo.la adding to th at
tracttvenras of th novelty. ;
Sir Herbert Tre having led tha way
to Blmlaad. his family la following In
hia footatapa. Lady Tree baa mad a
successful debut before tba camera In
th Ideal Company a film version of
Tom Taylors comedy. "Mill Waters
Run 1'eep." And now she la looking
forward to ber n'll experlenco aa a
cinema actress. Hrr enthusiasm bay
vidently communicated Itself to her
td it daughter. Viola Traa, who will
appaar In the Ideal CompanVs produc
tion of "Lady Wmdemere's Fan." In tba
making of which film Lena Ashwall
will also play a loading pare.
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;a Hopkins In real Ufa Rose Mel
ville declares that tha wicker bonnet
th will wear la ber screen comedies la
tb same baadcovarlng that th wore
for 1 yaar on th tage- Kalara la
thinking of getting oat an Insurance
policy on th bonnet.
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A school wlh a taarhar. supplied by
tb Board of Education, ha been estab
lished at Universal City. Mis Ilatel
Hint baa been employed to attand to
th education of th youngsters, and a
schoolroom bee bean fitted out with
blackboarda and other neceee-ary Imple
ments. Kvry child at work at th V
studio of school ago la enrolled for
attendance and each haa baea exam
ined and placed In tha clasa to which he
Be Sure to Get a Souvenir
Photo of Miss Ward for'
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PIONEER OF "43 DIES
Mrs. A. C. Patterson Passes
at Home In Eugene.
FUNERAL SET FOR TODAY
Lat Kcaldrnt of Ornton for 79
Vrara Illrvrd to Hare Come
With Flmt Waron Train to
Make OTfrland Trip.
EIXJEN'E, Or.. Fab. 14. 6Dcial.i
Mrs. Amanda C. Patterson, cloncar.
bo croased th plalna to Oregon on
what la ballevcd to hav been tb flrat
gon trains to bav mada tha over
land trip la 1141. died at har homo In
Eugen thla morning, aged Tt. For 72
years she bad been a resident of the
With tb history of pioneer Ufa In
all Its phaeea Mrs. Patterson waa fa
miliar. Coming to Oregon at th ace
of sis. she remembered events which
shaped tb hlatory of tha ttat because
of Indelible Impressions made upon her
Mrs. Patterson wa born In Iowa.
Siaptember 1. 1K3T, a daughter of Abra
ham and Rachel Ollngcr. Her father
was of German stock, but a native of
In April. 1143. Abraham Ollnger and
family started across th plains for
Oregon. It required nine months of
continuous travel to reach Oregon.
wher they arrived on Christmas day.
A party of emigrants formed a train
of about 100 wsgon at Independence.
Mo., and started for the Coast. As they
procrened. however. It hers me neces
sary for them to separata, for the great
number of teams created so much dust
that those In ihe rear could not stand
It. Then. too. such a large party could
sot find feeding places for cattle.
Many of tbe hardship and diffi
culties ware encountered. Different
members of the party were 111, but all
reached their destination save two or
three, who wera drowned in th Co
Tb emigrant encountered Indians.
but had little or no trouble with tbem.
After tha long Journey Mr. Ollnger
ami his family finally settled at Waldo
Hills, seven miles east of Salem, where
they took up a section of land. Imme
diately beginning Its cultivation and
development. Mrs. Patterson's father
died in 1..
Mrs. Patterson was educated in the
public schools of Waldo Hills and in
th Willamette University, which sh
attended for a time. July 4. 1S5. she
became the wife of Dr. A. W. Patter
son and to them eight children were
Mrs. Patterson was a member of
Evangeline Chapter, No. 51, Order East
era Star, and a member of the Uni
Mrs. Patterson Is survived by four
daughters and one son: Mr. August P.
Karlstrom, Mrs. Anna P. Potter. Miss
Ida Patterson, Miss Harriet Patterson,
all of Eugene, and Clyde L. Patterson,
of Atlanta, Ga.. and by five grand
children. Funeral services will be held at the
family residence. 571 East Eleventh
street, at J:30 P. M. tomorrow.
COVE P0ST0FF1CE ROBBED
Safe Blown and Contents Valued at
$100 In Stamps and Cash Taken.
LA GRAXDE. Or.. Feb. 14. (Special.)
About f 100 was taken from the post
office safe at Cove last night when
yregmen blew the safe open.
The postmistress. Miss Helen Rams
del, reports all stamps and money missing.
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LESTER R. CLARK DECLARES HE
GLAD HE WAS ARRESTED.
Preet rotten on One Charge Averted by
at by Father oa Check That
Waa Draws oa Hint.
I am glad that it's all
can at least sleep again."
R. Clark when arrested on a charge of
forgery yesterday. Detectives 11am
meraly and Cahlll made the arrest of
Fifth and Washington streets.
Clark willingly signed a written con
In October, 1914, he registered at the
Carlton Hotel as U Richards, drawing
a check for 130, to which he forged the
Lunroe of Charles Needham. of Hanford,
was Ii. The wonniess paper waa uiiu
against tha Johnke-Amon Company
Bank, of that city, and was readily
cashed by the Carlton.
The chase, which went in a circle,
came to an abrupt ena wnen uisrK
ventured again Into Portland.
The age of th confessed forger is
23. and his home is at Hanford. Wash.
He is said to have forged a check for
185. employing his father's name,
which was cashed by M. 1L Houser,
well-known Portland grain broker. The
elder Clark prevented prosecution on
this count by paying the check.
He to also said to have deserted his
wife, who is now believed, to be at
Tbe rallaav system of Japan is practically
a government monopoir, only .0.08 mitee
of ral'way being privately owned on March
31. Ivl.V tha latest data for which atatlstica
are avnllaMi. aut of a total Tnlli-aae of
ABERDEEN VOTES FEB. 28
Debate on Commission Government
AVill Be Held Wednesday.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Feb. 14. (Spe
ial. Commission government will be
the subject of a public debate here on
Wednesday between W. J. Patterson
and J. W. Clark and Poatmaster John
J. Carney and Attorney T. B. Breuner.
The latter two will favor commission
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To day and Tomorrow Only
In That Great Broadway
A Thrilling Expose of the Inner Secrets of
"The Great White Way" '
WITH KATHLYN VILLIAMS AS MRS.
CORTLANDT FEELER OAKMAN AS
Supported by Selis All-Star Company
TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK
There Are Hundreds of Big Scenes, Thrilling
Fights, the Great Panama Canal, Lottery
Scenes, the Ball, the Opera, the Love Affair
Between Mrs. Cortlandt and Young Anthony,
Anthony's Infatuation for Chiquita and the
Subsequent Secret Marriage, the Suicide of
Cortlandt and Scores of Others That Hold the
Audience as Solid as the Rock of Gibraltar.
It's the Play Everybody Likes.
MUSIC BY EVENSON'S ORCHESTRA
First Show at 12 Noon, Then Every 2 Hours
Admission 15 and 25 Cents
Join the Crowds With
Novelty Trio v
Coming Sunday, William Famum in "Fighting Blood"
government, while the former will ad
vocate the retention of the present
Aberdeen will vote upon commission
government on February 28. Regiatra-
tlon, with only four more days to run,
is moving along at the rate of 200 a
day. It is expected that more than
3000 voters will be registered for the
commission government election.
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SEE HER TODAY
The Loveliest Woman
on the Screen
In the World Film Corp. $100,000 Production
WTiirlwind of Thrills, Emotion, Romance and
Tense Dramatic Situations
Best Show in Town
Always Good Pictores
Phone Main 3452 Washington at Park
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tempting in appearance and has a delicious whole
someness that is always appreciated.
Cottolene is superior for shortening biscuits, pie
crusts and pastries and for frying doughnuts, fish,
chicken, vegetables, etc. No .special instructions
are required for its use.
Ask your grocer to deliver regular supplies of Cottolene.
It is packed in pails of convenient sizes.
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