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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
"THE LILAC DOMINCT OPENS
TONIGHT AT HEILIG THEATER
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Elaborate Musical Entertainment Features Fine Singing, Dancing-, Comedy,
Pretty Chorus, Magnificent Costumes and Lavish Scenic Effects.
HETT.IG (Broadway at Taylor) Musical
comedy, 'The Lilac Uomino."
THE MOItXIXG OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY. JANUARY 25, 1017.
BAKER (Broadway or Sixth, between Alder
and Morrison) Alcazar Stock Company in
"The Deep Purple." Tonight at 8:15.
PAXTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Un
equaled vaudeville. Three ahowa dally,
2:30. 7 and 9:05.
HIPPODROME (Broadway and Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures: 2 to 5.
6:45 to 11 p. M., Saturday. Sunday, holi
days, continuous, 1.15 to 11 P. M.
ir (Park. West Park and Stark)
.uucHio bbu motion pictures continuous.
, keazee Grotto Elect. Gul
Reazee Grotto, Mystic Order of Veiled
rropneta, Held ieir annual meeting
and election Monday evening- at the
-uasonic Temple. The following offi
cers were elected: John H. MacGree-or!
monarch; C. E. Minsinger, chief justice:
rea xi. curgara, master of ceremonies
. . Weber, treasurer, and Robert E.
STilton secretary. A large number of
.Uw,iUeio mcic pieseui ana great in
terest was shown at this meetiner hv
the prophets and good fellowship pre
vailed throughout the evening. The
next ceremonial session will be held
about April 1 at which a class of 100.
Neophytes will be made prophets of
Bus License to Stand. The Councii
yesterday refused to amend the city's
taxicab ordinance so as to reduce the
license tee for sightseeing buses. Oo
erators of several large buses had com
plained that the license is so high that
operation of the cars during the Winter
months Is prohibited and Commissioner
Dieck had recommended therefore, a re
duction of. the license. Commissioner
Bigelow contended that the particular
complainant had been one of those in
favor of the high license in the first
place. For that reason he objected
to any reduction. He was upheld by
commissioners Daly and Baker.
Church Women ' to Hear "Visitor
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Miss
May Forbes of England will deliver an
address of interest tor women of the
Episcopal Church. The address will
be given in the parish bouse of St.
Stephens Church and will deal with
the worR of the great "Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel," which the
Church of EnpJund has maintained for
over 100 years. Miss Forbes was sent
to the recent general convention as
representative or the woman s com
mittee. While in Portland she is the
euest of Mrs. Frederick Kichle.
Bonds for Citt Officum Let. The
Oregon Surety & Casualty Company
was awarded the contract yesterday
by the City Council for furnishing
bonds for city officials and employes
curing tne ensuing year. This com
pany's bid was the lowest submitted for
the various classes of bonds reuired.
1 he premium on bonds for nolicemen.
Water Bureau employes and emnloves
in the City Treasurer's office and for
Chief of Tolice will be 1.65 for each
$1000; for City Treasurer, $300 a year;
for Mayor, $3 for each 11000 and for
Commissioners $3 for each $1000.
G. A. McGill, With Milwaukee Line.
George A. McGill. traveling 'freight
and passenger agent far the Wabash
Railroad, has been appointed to a like
position with the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul. The change is effective
February 1. He has been named by
' E. K. Garrison general agent, to suc
ceed J. W. Paterson. who becomes chief
clerk in the Portland offices. Mr. Peter
son succeeded George West, newly ap
pointed city passenger agent. y
Sweet Pea Society to Meet. At" the
meeting of the Oregon Sweet Pea So
ciety tonight at room II. Central Li
brary, it will bo announced that the
1917 show will bo held in the new
Civic Auditorium probably early in
juiy. ,-ine meeting tonignt will take up
plans for the show and committees will
be named. A musical and literary pro
gramme is arranged for tonight and
announcement of new trophies will be
-v Pastor to Talk on- Alaska. In High
land Congregational Church, Rev.
George Edward Lewis is taking up for
the next four Sunday nights Alaskan
subjects. The first to be discussed will
bo "Christians in Alaska." This will
bo of deep interest to all Americans,
since Alaska is the last continental
frontier and since the entire territory
is eventually to be placed in the dry
list or states and territories.
Rev. W. R. Reeoe Speaks Tonight.
"Degrees: Planes of Mind or Conscious
ness," us taught by Emanuel Sweden
borg. will be explained in a lecture to
night at 8 o'clock at the Public LI
brary in room II by Rev. William R,
Reece, this being the third in a series
of five lectures on the "Divine Love and
Wisdom," written by the illustrious
Swedish philosopher in 1763.
Miss Failing Lectures Todat.-
The art history lecture at the Museum
at 3:30 today by Miss Failing will dis
cuss "The Early Renaissance in Italy,
Sculpture." Lantern slides will show
characteristic examples of this im
portant period of sculpture. The half
yearly quiz for students who are taking
this lecture course will take place, at
:jo tomorrow afternoon.
Bishop Sellew to Speak. Bishop
waiter sellew. of the Free Methodis
Church, who is in Portland visiting
with Kev. Alexander Beers, pastor
the First Free Methodist Church, wll
speak every afternoon and evening this
week excepting Saturday at the First
Free Church. East Klnth and Mill
AtmuBON Bird Club to Meet. W.
L. Flnley, president of the Oregon
Audubon Society, will give an 11
lustrated lecture on Oregon bird life
Saturday night at 8 o'clock in the Bird
Club rooms, 309-10 Y. M. C A. build
ing. The public Is cordially invited.
Dr. F. M. Brooks Returns. Dr. F. M.
Brooks returned to Portland Tuesday
from a business trip to Missoula. Mont.
Dr. " Brooks left Portland Saturday
night. In Montana he encountered the
genuine Winter weather which is grip
ping that section.
Divorcb Actions Filed. Divorce
actions filed in the Circuit Court yes
terday were the following: Gertrude
Collier from Walter B. Collier, cruelty;
.Tames Casey from Pearl Casey, deser
tion, and rellip Larsen from William
Multnomah Camp, No. 77, W. O. W.
will give a smoker and entertainment
Friday evenimr at their hall. 112 East
Sixth street. They are extending an in
vitation to all members of the order
sod it Is said they will have some
thing new in the way of entertainment.
Rilet Entertainment Planned. O. V.
Badley, reader and impersonator will
.give An Evening With James Whit
comb Riley" at Westmoreland Metho
dist Church tonight under the auspices
or the Ladies" Aid Society.
Mordaunt A. Ooodnough to Lecture.
Mordaunt A. Goodnough will lecture
on "Eating for Health and for Voice'
In room A, Central Library, tonight at
8:15 o'clock. The public is invited to
Oregon Normal School. Second
semester opens Monday, January 29.
Adv. n :
School BoOkc, second-hand, bought,
cold and exchanged at 170 Fifth St., op
posite postorttce. Adv.
Metal Weather Strip. H. D. Carter &
Co. 430 Alder st Main 1090. Adv.
Oriental Rugs Save 25 U Cartozian
Bros.. Pittock blk., Wash-atlOtb. Adv.
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The closing of the
Eccles four million dol-
lar timber deal is AN
OTHER SIGN of the
business conditions in
Young men taking, ad
vantage of these newer
opportunities wear the
right kind of clothes as "'
the right introduction.
Those . economically in
clined will appreciate
our special overcoat
and suit offerings as
suggested in the win
dows at $14 and $20.
Perfect in' style and fit
HE LILAC DOMINO," the great
three-act musical success of
beauty, fun and fashion, by
Charles Cuvillier, which took New
York, Boston and Chicago by storm.
and which has Just finished a record-
breaking engagement in California,
will be presented by Andreas Dippel at
the Heilig Theater. Broadway and Tay
lor streets, for three nights, beginning
tonight, .with a matinee Saturday.
This i3 a most elaborate production
and seems to embrace every feature
of high-class musical entertainment,
from grand opera to catchy, popular
variety of lyrical fun and dance. The
score is enchanting as it ripples and
sways along in a variety of tempos.
the syncopation of whicluhave been ar
ranged by Milan Roder. There has been
a lavish expenditure in producing the
scenic and electrical effects.
A bevy of pretty girls of the peach
blow variety disport their youthful
charms .and magnificent costumes in
the chorus in a decidedly sprightly and
vivacious manner. Five noted Broad
way comedians ' call out about three
laughs -to-the minute throughout the
entire three acts.
Amofig the notables in the cast are
Bradford Klrkbrlde, one of the fore
most light opera singers of the present
day; Yvonne Darle, with the highest, I
sweetesfand clearest vocal register to
be heard outside of the most expensive
grand opera; Andree Cordray, of the
Opera -Comique, Paris; Marie Hamil
ton, a dainty little mitis whom Mr. Dip-
pel discovered; Harry Hermsen, George
Curzon. Joseph Carey, Archibald Gil
christ, Edward Crawford, Anita An
drews, Irene Perels, Julia Fontaine and
Popular among the musical, numbers 1
of "The Lilac Domino" ate "The Song
of the Chimes," sung Ty Bradford
Kirkbride and Yvonne Darle; "The Li
lac Domino," "Let the Music Play,"
"Ladies" Day," "Where Love Is Watt
ing," "On the Gay Riveria" and "What
Every Woman Knows." There is
dancing of almost every variety, the
merriest of which is a travesty on the
Russian Ballet, done by four men in
the second act.
There are so many special features In
the piece that It can scarcely be de
scribed in words, and no lover of good
music or of good lean entertainment
can afford to mies seeing "The Lilac
Morrison at Fourth St.
Wear Ralston Shoes
For cash discounts ask
for S. & H. Stamps.
The Victor Records of
Now on Sale
(Poor Butterfly (Fox Trot) . .Victor Band
Katinka Medley (Fox Trot) . Victor Band
fPoor Butterfly . . .Contralto Dith Orchestra
mAlice in Wonderland . Duet Dilh Orchestra
Perfect Victor Service
Broadway, Stark aad Waablnstaa
rORTXAXD'S XfADIxa HOTEL
Ideally located tn the heart
of things on Broadway
throbblaic center. Th loc-
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toualneaa or pleasura.
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f 1 m of things on Broadwaya m
, t , - f throbblK center. The lo- f
f- - ,f h DinbiK-Room m Special Feature, k '
gagg ThU Metscban. Jr Mr.
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HtT-n3 The SEWAKU 1 a. uew. moaern ana
v rrii?H B lesantly p point M hotel. poiMsaltig
V 3 on of Xhm most beautiful corner lot
' ' B, bte in th Ncrthwe-L l-ocatd at
O-; B liHh and Alder sts.. oppoait Olds. .
VTurtmaa & Klne'a blsr department H
. B store, la heart of retail and tnetrB
z .L-l -"t- ' B 3iBtrict. Hates. $Iand up. Bus
TICTOn DEPT., FtnST FLOOR
Sixth and Morrison, Opp, Poatofflee.
Dealers in Stein-ways anf other good
Pianos, Pianola Pianos, Victrolas and
Records, Player Rolls, Cabinets, Etc.
GALA DAY PLANNED
Shriners to Initiate 100 Candi
dates Next Saturday.
SESSION TO BE BIG EVENT
Various stunts will be staged that Willi
focus the eyes of Shrinedom upon Port
land, and those active in the movement
expect to land this tls convention two
Visiting; Delegations Coming from
All Parts ' of Xorthwest Ban
quet for All AV1I1 Be Held
' at Multnomah Hotel. .
Keeping the air in rooms moist is
the purposeof a new humidifier, con
ristlog: of -a twill electric fan to be
kunr on a wall and blow its breeses
across a shallow dib filled with, -water.
The biggest event in the history of
the Order of the Mystic Shrine in this
state is the ceremonial session to be
held next Saturday in this city. It will
be an all-day session at the Eleventh
Street Theater, with a. big- banquet at
the Multnomah Hotel at 6 o clock.
On that occasion 100 candidates will
be conducted across the - hot desert
sands and will be given their first
drink of camel's milk. This initiation
will be held in the evening: on the the
ater stage, and many surprises for the
novitiates are promised. '
Notable visiting delegations will par
ticipate in the event From Seattle will
come Nile Temple band and patrol. 100
strong, and At if I Temple will come
from 'Tacoma with an equally strong
delegation. Elka Tiff Temple will send
down a special! car of Shriners from
Spokane, and Vancouver and Victoria,
B. C. will be represented by substan
tial delegations. All parts of the Pa
cific Northwest will be represented.
AaKlajad Party Coming. .
Al Kader Temple, of this city, has a
strong membership that extends over
this state. The only other temple.
Hills, of Ashland, will come north in a
special car. Already responses have
been received by the committee in
charge from 300 out or town members
of Al Kader. who will be in the city
to attend the ceremonial. Parties are
now being made up in various sections
of Oregon m that Shriners will come In
A big. feature of the gathering will
be the banquet at Hotel Muitnoman,
where a long banquet table will be
spread that will fill three sides of the
hotel on the mezzanine floor. It will
be so long that three toastmasters will
preside at the. continuous table, and
bands will enliven the occasion with
music. Numerous stunts will be staged
during the progress of the dinner.
Orleittal Coatanes to Be Vorau
Local and visiting nobles will wear
rich Oriental costumes during The day
sessions and in the street parades. At
night, full dress with fezzes will be
The business session will be held at
the Eleventh-Street Theater at 10
o'clock Saturday morning. Breakfast
and luncheon will be served to visitors
at the Imperial -Hotel, which, has-been
made headquarters for the day.
The demonstration parade will move
from the Masonic Temple to the theater
at 1:30 P. M.and after the afternoon
session the nobles will parade .to the
Multnomah-at 5:30 o clock for the ban-
ouet. There will be at least 1000 Shrin
ers cathered at tms Dig Danquet taoie.
At 8:30 Saturday night the nobles will
return to the theater for the Initiation
High Priest Comes From 1'aeom
Ellis Lewis Garretson. of Tacoma, im
perial high priest of the shrine, will be
in attendance during the progress of
the ceremonial. J. E. Buckingham
chairman of the general committee in
charge of all arrangements.
Throughout the whole affair will run
a determined note to capture the im
perial council session of the Shrine for
Portland in lsis. isext July a delega
tion of 70, including the Al Kader band
and. patrol, will be sent to Minneapoli;
to the imperial council of this year
and earnest work to turn the nobles to
the ftose City in 191S -ftill be done
JITNEYS WON'T GIVE BOND
Linntoii Franchise Question Comes
Before Council Tomorrow.
The Jitney Drivers' Union will not
furnish a bond for the protection of
the public in case of accident in con
nection with operating jitneys over the
Linnton line. President A. A. Thielke
of the union so informed City Comrala
sioner Dieck yesterdav afternoon.
The. question of whether the union or
Stephen Carver will get the franchise
will be considered by the Council to
morrow, having been postponed to that
time from yesterday. Mr. Carver has
agreed to furnish a protection bond and
a guarantee bond and to operate nine
passenger busses once an hour, day and
night, with special service during the
morning and evening rush hours.- "The
Jitney Drivers' Union offess no "bonds
and proposes to operate the present
small cars over the line.
Auspice Clan Mcleajr) -
8 I. f.
MRS. JANE BURNS ALBERT,
MRS. RITA LAW SOV COKMACK,
MR. E. MALDWYN EVANS,
MR. HAROLD HI RLBIT,
In a Programme of Scottish Songs.
TROUPE SCOTTISH DANCERS
In All the Popular Scottish
BAGPIPE MUSIC .
LAC H LAN M'NEIL
General IAdmJMtonv 60c.
Reserved Seat a 75c and 1
STUDENTS TO GO TO WAR
Por.tlanders Will Serve In Stanford
. Ambulance Corps In France.
Two "Portland young men who have
been attending Leland Stanford Ju
nior University at Palo Alto, CaL, John
Piatt, a freshman, and Marion Kyle,
Junior, are now in Portland visiting
relatives prior to their departure for
Europe, where they are to serve on
the Stanford corps of the American
Ambulance Field .Service.
Mr. Piatt is the step-son of Charles
B. Harris, sales manager of the H. L.
K.eats Auto Company, and Mr. Kyle
s the son of G. A. Kyle, the Portland
engineer who left recently to take
charge of the railroad enterprise in
China. Young Piatt, who is. barely 19
years old, was educated in Portland
at the- Jefferson High School and the
M, C. A. preparatory school.
and its proper use, whether it is little or much
is of daily concern to you. The best method of
handling it is through a checking account.
You are invitd to call at this bank with ref
erence to such account or in regard to other banking
transaction. ' "
Capital and Surplus S2.000,000.
Third and Oak Streets, .
New Arrivals 9
BATES 1 A DAY ANT CP.
C. W. Cornelius, PmlilrnL
H. l;. I'lrlflier. Mimser.
Park and Aldvr. Portlujd. Or.
Vrrr Attractive Winter I late.
of Bay City, Is at the
of Seattle, is at the
W. A. Newhall
J. Q. Barlow, of Berkeley, is at the
Wr. H. Hay, of Forest Grove, is at
J. H. Haver, of Bend, is registered at
the Perkins. "
C. O. Bean, of Raymond, is registered
at the Carlton.
J E. Moore, of Salem, is registered
at the Portland.
George H. Brewster, of Redmond, is
at the Perkins.
C. L. Cadwell, of Union, is registered
at the Imperial.
A. S.- Cobb; of Seattle, is an arrival
at the Multnomah.
Mark Paulie is registered at the Cor
nelius from Spokane.
Mrs. M. K. w. Panders, of Spokane,
is registered at the Seward. Her daugh-s
ter accompanies her.
F. "W. Schmidt, of Olympia, is regis
tered at the Oregon.
IL H. Murphy, of Raymond, is staying-
at the Perkins.
W. W. Howell, of Echo, is regis
tered at the Imperial.
R. S. Jennings, of Ilwaco, is regis
tered at the Nortonia.
AugustLarson is registered at the
Carlton from Altoona.
D. P. Gillam, of Underwood Is regis
tered at the Imperial.
Mark Preeqe is registered at the
Seward from Chicago. '
V. C. Mead is registered at the Nor
tonia from Broadmead.
J. H. Abrams, of Spokane, Is regis
tered at the Multnomah.
J. A. Payton, of "Walla Walla, is an
arrival at the Oregon.
Mrs. M. V. Wales, of Seattle, Is regis
tered at the Washington.
Thomas fitch. Jr., of Oakland, is reg
lstered at the Multnomah.
A. W. Stone, of Hood River, arrived.
at the Oregon yesterday.
Mrs. J. E. Herqux, of "the Dalles, Is
registered at the Cornelius.
J. R. Allen, of Oneida, N. T., Is reg
lstered at the Multnomah.
C. G. Llmecooly, of Seattle, is an
arrival at the Washington.
Roscoe Howard, of Deschutes, is
registered at the Portland.
Mrs. Charles R. Hugglna, of Astoria,
is registered at the Seward.
O. C. Young, of Culver, arrived at
the Oregon from Hood River.
" T. F.- K"urn, of Lewiston, Idaho, is
registered at the Washington.
A. R. Donnelley, of Arlington, ar
rived at the Imperial yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Caulkins are regis
tered at the Oregon from Hood River.
M. F. S. Russell, of Phitedelohia, is
among the arrivals at the Portland.
' femonr the arrivals at the Carlton
this week is Ed Crowley, of Soo Fails.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Slocum are reg
istered at the Cornelius from Hubbard.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sullivan are rlgis-
tered at the Nortonia from Newberg.
R. R. Knight, of Forest Grove, is
spending a few days at the Wash
Mr. and Mrs. M Jacobson, of Cut
Bank, Mont., are staying at the Nor
Frank C Robertson, of Spokane, Is
staving at the Portland, where he ar
Lieutenant C. G. Roemer, --of the
Cnited States Coast Guards, is regi
tered at the Multnomah, where he ar
Mrs. Bruce Dannls. of La Grande, ac
companied by her son. . Jack, Is inf the
city on her way home after a visit
in Kansas City. She iB registered -at
W. A. Bonn, a member of the execu
tive committee of the Oreiron Hardware
and Implement Dealers Association, is
attending the convention of the organ''
lzation. He is accompanied oy jvirs.
Bonn. They are registered at the Im
perial. . . ".
FL0NZALEY MAIL ORDERS
Flonzaley Quartet, at the Heilis.
February 3. Send orders, cllecks.
RtAmofid envelopes to Steers & Coman
Columbia bldg. Floor. 2, Jl.60: Bal
cony, 2. tl.bO. 1. 75c; Gallery re
served, 75c Adv.
New Secretaries Are Confirmed.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 24. The Senate
today confirmed the President's ap
pointments of William Phillips, of
Massachusetts, as Assistant Secretary
of State and Breekenrldge Long) of
Missouri, as Third Assistant Secretary
of State, the positions acrrylng sal
aries of $5000 and $4500, respectively.
There is nothing about a policy in the Columbia Life that is left to
chance, good fortune, or discretion. By every term you are
. ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED
the rights, benefits and increases attached to your policy.
S. P. LOCKAVOOD, Vice-President and General Manager.
Home Office, Stevens Bldg., Portland, Or.
Im a hih y I
ftp standard in tha V 1
San Francisco's likeable
American or European
Rates Risht Seirice Right
Obadiah Rich, Manager
tailoring of cloth
is maintained by this
ment. It is reflected -
in every far
A Moderate-Priced Tlotrl of Merit
Vlmjat Morrison St Near Grand. Ave,
7BC. 1 lker Uai With Hath. SI. 2
' CARD OF. THAXKS.
We 'desire to express our sinVere
thanks to the Maccabees. Portland Ten
o. 1. and Court Mount Hood, No. 1
Foresters of America, and our many
friends for the beautiful flowers and
sympathy shown us in our bereave
ment in the loss of our beloved hus
band and brother.
MRS. O. C. TIM.MS.
MR. AND MRS. K. M. WARREN,
Adv. . Eugene, Or.
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May and Kilduff
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Maggie Le Glair
The Natural Irlah Lady.
George and Martha
fpmaraiar naninii novelty.
Hicks and Hart-
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CINEMA KEATCRESt ;
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PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 TO 5 4S TO 11 P. SI. SAT-SIN 1:15 TO 1L
A-Slated by Mrs. Dent- Slowrey
LITTLE THEATER, 23d, Near Washington
Tomorrow, Friday, January 26, "8:15 P. ;
-Seattle Times, November 1, 1916 "Listeners were immediately !
aware of something unusual in the- scintillating genius he brought forth." j
Music and. Musicians. Seattle "A limitless technique."
TICKETS OX SALE BY MILKY B. ALLEN CO.
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FOR COUGHS and HOARSENESS
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