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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1917.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing: Editor Main T070. A 6095
City EdUor Main TOTO, A 6WS
fnnflay Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Advertising Department . .Main 7070. A 6095
Composing Room Main 7070, A 6095
Superintendent building- Main T070. A. 6095
A M I R E M E NT S.
MULTNOMAH FIELD (entrance on Stout,
near Morrison) Portland Round-up, after
noon and night.
HEIL1Q (Broadway at Taylor) Motion pic
tures and color photography of Sir Doug
las Mawson's expedition to the Antarctic,
continuous 11:30 to 10 P. M.
PANTAGE3 (Broadway at Alder) TJn
equaled vaudeville. Three shows daily,
2:80, 7 and 8:03.
HIPPODSOMB (Broadway and TamhlU)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, 3 to 5;
6:45 to 11 P. M. Saturday. Sunday, holi
day, continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
BTRAND (Park, West Park and Stark)
Vaudeville and motion pictures continuous.
OAKS PARK Open-air amusement resort
on Willamette River.
COUNCIL CREST PARK Open-air amuse
ment 'resort on Council Crest. Take Port
land Heights cars.
BASEBALL, (Recreation Park, Twenty
fourth and Vaughn streets) -San Fran
clsoo vs. Portland, weekdays 3 o'clock,
Sundays 3:30 P. M.
OREGOJflAPfS AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following
events, at your Summer resort,
to secure the most prompt deliv
ery of The Oresjonlan. City rates.
Subscriptions by mall are payable
Barvlew, Or R. E. Jackson
Bay City, Or O. B. Sheley
Brighton, Or W. A. Rowe
Carson, Wash Carl B. Smith
Columbia Beach, Or.V. A. Davidson
t Ecola, Or L. W. Crone
t Flavel, Or .....W.F.Jones
I Garibaldi, Or D.C.Ellis
I Oearhart, Or W. I. Robinson
i Long: Beach. Wash J. H. Btrauball
Manhattan Beach, Or..Frank Miller
Manzanita, Or E. F. Kardeli
I Nahcotta, Wash H. O. Brown
J Newport, Or O. F. Herron
uceao rant, wasn
Paclflo Beach, Wash
M. W. Douglas
Rockaway, Or Frank Miller
Seaside, Or Herman K. Jones
Beavlew, Wash H. E. Perrln
Tillamook, Or J. S. Lamar
Tokeland, Wash Joe Johnson
Wheeler. Or R. H. Cady
Woodmen to Install Officers. The
four camps of Woodmen of the World,
consisting: of Webfoot No. 65, Portland
No. 107, Prospect No. 140 and George
Washington No. 261, all West Side
camps, will hold a Joint installation of
officers on Thursday evening, July 12.
E. P. Martin, deputy head consul, will
be Installing officer on this occasion.
The affair will be open to men mem
bers of the order and others. In ad
dition to the ceremony of installation
the committee will provide some funny
stunts for the boys. Smokes and eats
and prizes for several contests will put
in a pleasant time for those who at
tend. The committee in charge is
Patrick McHale. Herman Schade,
George Tabler and H. S. Aaron.
Kniohts or Columbus to Picnic.
The Portland Council Knights of Co
lumbus will hold their fifth annual
picnlo on Sunday, July 29. The ex
cursion boat Swan has been chartered
for the day. The boat will leave the
Jefferson-street dock at 9:15 A. M. and
will cruise out into the Columbia River,
where a delightful landing place has
been secured. Games, sports and
plenty of other entertainment are on
the programme for the day. These an
nual outings are becoming more
popular each year with the Knights
and their friends and this year's pic
nlo promises to be the biggest ever
Who Would Ltkb to Adopt a Finis
Babt Box? A young father, who comes
within the draft age limit, has a fine,
healthy son, whom he would like to
have adopted into some home before
he is called to serve his country. The
baby is three months old, has blue
eyes, brown hair and Is a child that
would brighten any home. The father
is a machinist and when he Is called
to war he wants to go with the feel
ing that his baby is being well cared
for. Anyone wishing to get particulars
may telephone the baby's aunt. Tabor
5432. References will be necessary.
Citt Fears Losing Carpenters.
Due to the fact that the city is In
danger of losing Its bridge carpenters
because shipbuilding plants are paying
higher wages than the city. City Com
mlssioner Barbur will recommend to
the City Council an Increase in pay to
these employes. He proposes to fix
the maximum for bridge carpenters at
$4.60 a day in place of the present
scale of $3.50 and to give superintend
ents $5 a day in place of their present
J4.60 a day.
Hearino Fixid This Mobnino.
Owing to a disagreement between rest
dents on East Thirty-ninth Btreet, be
tween Alberta and Wygant streets, as
to the need of paving on their street
a hearing will be held before the Coun
cil in the near future to determine
whether the majority of owners want
the improvement or not. The date for
the hearing will be fixed this morn
ing by the City Council on recommen
dation of City Commissioner Barbur.
Physician Sued for $10,000. Charges
that Frank McCauley, a physician,
failed properly to attend to a fractured
finger February 16, 1916, were made by
Henry A. Smith, who yesterday started
suit for $10,000 damages against the
physician. The complaint alleges that
Ur. McCauley'B failure to give the
finger proper attention resulted In an
infection of the entire arm and
Inventor Sues for $1S,000. Being an
Inventor has its griefs as well as Its
profits, says W. T. Lyon. Inventor of
numerous "novel and useful dental ap
pliances," in a suit started yesterday
against the International Appliance
Company for $18,000. He complains
that the defendant company agreed to
pay him royalties on a certain patent,
which It has failed to do.
Iowa Fociett to Meet. The third
annual picnic of the Iowa Society of
Oregon will be held at Laurelhurst
Park on July 21. There will be an
afternoon programme and a basket
supper at, 6 o'clock. The attendance
usually runs to about T000. Mrs. Jennie
G. Rinehart is president of the Iowa
Society of Oregon.
Bots Wanted. Messengers of 16
years and over, with bicycles, are
making $40 to $90 per month. Motor
cycle messengers guaranteed $2.50 per
day. Arrangements to secure bicycle
on time: payments can be made. Clean,
healthful work. Call at Western Union,
main office, corner Third and Oak
Retail Cioar Dealers to Meet.
All retail cigar dealers Interested in
the formation of an association for
their betterment and mutual benefit
are requested to meet at the Multno
mah Hotel. Thursday, July 12, at 3
For Sale. Gearhart bungalow, five
rooms, partly furnished, hot and cold
water, electric lights, etc. This is a
modern place and will be sold at a
bargain, on very reasonable terms.
Marshall 6100. Mr. Hanson. Adv.
Oriental Ruos. native expert repair
ing, washing and storage. Cartozian
- Bros. Broadway S433. 10th and Wash.
Jon SPRtma at Rotart Club.
President Robert J. Aley, of the Na
tional Education Association, was the
guest of honor and principal speaker
at the luncheon of the Rotary Club
yesterday at the Oregon Grill, but it
was R. R. Alexander, of Boise, who
was Involved in the most striking per
formance at the luncheon. When he
was called upon to speak, a comedian
who had been brought in from the
Oaks arose and announcing himself
as Phillip Goldstein, launched Into an
Industrial Workers of the World
speech that was so convincing that
the members of the club, who were not
posted, were deceived. Several mem
bers made a demonstration to throw
out the offender and It looked almost
like a riot was going to break, when
President Cochran tipped off the Joke.
Mazamas Enroll for Hood Trip.
Registration Is proceeding rapidly at
the Mazamas' headquarters for the
coming week-end trip to Mount Hood.
The outing, which Is an annual event.
is timed this year to afford the visitors
in attendance at the National Educa
tion Association convention an oppor
tunity to visit and climb the most
widely-known mountain in the Pacific
Northwest. Many of the visitors have
shown great interest In the outing and
It Is expected that the party of 100 or
more, which will leave next Saturday
morning, will have a large proportion
of visitors. The remainder will be com
posed of local people. The registra
tion closes Friday evening.
Laborer Sues Autoist. As a result
of the automobile accident at the cor
ner of East Water street and Haw
thorne avenue in the early morning of
July 6, which resulted in serious In
juries to himself, Frank Canturas, a
laborer, yesterday started suit In the
Circuit Court for $20,000 damages from
Mrs. Estelle D. Morgan, owner and
driver of the machine which crashed
into him. The bill of complaint avers
that the accident was due to the
negligence of Mrs. Morgan and It fur
ther sets forth that the plaintiff has
been permanently Injured. He Is still
confined In a local hosDital.
Dr. Van Hisb to Speak. It Is al
most time for the Portland Ad Club
delegation to leave for the annual con
vention at Oakland, Cal., and the
luncheon at the Benson Hotel at noon
today will be made the occasion for
final announcements of the plans for
the excursion. The luncheon today
will be an opportunity also for the
club to extend Its hospitality to the
visiting National Education Associa
tion delegates and the principal
speaker will be Charles R. Van Hise,
president of Wisconsin University, who
will talk on the subject: "Save Food
and Help Win the War."
Indiana SocieTt to Picnic. The an
nual basket dinner picnlo of the
Indiana Society of Oregon will be held
at the City Park today, and the local
society will entertain the visiting
Hoosiers at the National Education As
sociation convention. Other state so
cieties and the guests will participate.
The picnic dinner will be held at 6
o'clock. Members of the arrangement
committee are: C. L. Weaver, Mrs. U.
G. French and L. M. Lepper. This will
be one of the biggest outdoor enter
tainments of the week and will be put
over in real Western pioneer style.
Countt Hospital Inmate Hit. Henry
Koehn, 45, and for the past three
months an inmate of the County Hoa
pital, was knocked down and seriously
injured at 10:30 yesterday when an
automobile driven by Harold Maffett,
a farmer of Latourell, crashed Into him
near Springdale on the Columbia High
way. Koehn was placed In the ma
chine and rushed to the County Hos
pltal by Mr. Maffett. It was stated
last night that he probably would re
cover. Mr. juarrett nurnea to " ortiana
and notified Sheriff Hurlburt of the
Negro Porters Arrested. Emanuel
Leonard and E. R. Hancock, colored
porters on a Southern Pacific train
between Portland and San Francisco,
were arrested late Monday night by a
Deputy Sheriff charged with violating
the prohibition law. It Is alleged that
they had 20 pint bottles of beer in
suitcase when arrested. The case
against Hancock was continued after
it was shown that he had but a few
bottles of beer in his possession, while
Leonard was held for trial.
Citt to Trt Again for Bids. Once
more the city win try to gei con
tractors to bid for the improvement of
Arthur street from Front to Second
street in South Portland. Bids have
been advertised for three times with
out avail, no bids having been received.
The project involves the construction
of some elevated sidewalks. The engl
neer's estimate for the work Is $1400.
College Women Serve Meals. The
Association of Collegiate Alumnae is
conducting a cafeteria in Lincoln High
School. The cafeteria will open at
noon. About 300 availed themselves of
the opportunity to get a good lunch
at a reasonable rate yesterday. More
are expected today. The high school
Is four blocks from the Auditorium
and is open to all teachers and visitors.
Blow From Ladder Put at $5000.
An employe of the Macleay Estate
Company who was engaged In the
patriotic duty of repairing a flagpole
on toi of a building at Fourth and
Washington streets is held responsi
ble for her injuries when a ladder fell
on Roslea Edwards, who filed suit yes
terday to recover $5000 from the Mac
leay Estate Company.
Washington Jurist in Portland.
King Dykeman. Superior Judge of the
state of Washington, is in .foruana
and was an Interested visitor at the
Courthouse yesterday, where he in.
SDected the work of the Juvenile Court,
Judge Dykeman expressed himself as
being highly pleased with the work
of the Portland court.
Juvenile Court Action Protested..
On the charge that Juvenile Judge Taz
well garnisheed his wages without any
legal authority, John Kelly, father of
Rose Kelly, a ward of the Juvenile
Court, yesterday filed a petition for a
writ of review by the Circuit Court
of the alleged illegal proceedings con
ducted by Judge TazwelL
Autoists Are Fined. More autoists
negligent in maintaining proper lights
at night were haled before District
Judge Dayton yesterday and fined as
follows: Max sommera. 2: u J. rane,
$2: F. Seidl. $2: It, A Jones, $3. D.
Adams admitted speeding along a coun
try road and paid a $10 fine.
Henrt Koehn Injured. Henry
Koehn, age 45, who was recently dis
charged from the county - farm, was
injured yesterday when he was struck
by an automobile driven By iiaroia
Maffett of Latourell. Mr. Koehn's
condition is not considered serious.
Efficiency Club to Meet. The 45-
Efficlency Club will meet Friday night
at 8 o'clock at central iiDrary. ny
Attorney LaRoche will speak ana a
number of matters of business will be
Dance Evert Evening, Cotillion Hall.
N. K. A. Vibitors Welcome, 25c
Ball-Bearing Spring Floor.
Deliohtfullt Cool; Excellent Music
British Society to Meet. The
British Benevolent Society will meet
tonight at 8 o'clock. In room A, Li
brary. Dr. Walter Spencer has returned.
r.lUSID IS ADVOCATED
'lea Mads to Have Subject an
BRANCH MEETING IS HELD
Need of MubIo In Child Life Asser
tion of One Speaker Second
Session of Department Is
Set for This Morning.
That musio hath charms to soothe
the sportive pupil was generally con
ceded yesterday morning at the first
meeting of the department of music ed
ucation of the N. E. A., held in the
Church of Our Father, at Broadway
and Yamhill street. The theory was
borne out by related fact and other
wise dilated upon.
President A. J. Gantvoort, of the Col
lege of Music, Cincinnati, welcomed
the delegates, who attended In large
number, and Introduced W. H. Boyer,
supervisor of musio, Portland schools,
who gave the assembly greeting on
behalf of the city. Mr. Boyer dwelt
pleasantly upon the absolute redun
dancy of any spoken word, when the
smiling Oregon country itself beamed
Nor was the weleome altogether con
fined to prose, for, with a most fitting
ly beautiful soprano solo. Mrs. Jane
Burns Albert, accompanied by Mrs. W.
E. Thomas, opened the session.
An impassioned appeal for folk songs.
home and community songs was voiced
by President Gantvoort In his address
on public school music and the mani
fest advantages of musical training to
A. C. Barker, superintendent of the
public schools of Oakland, Cal., strong
ly advocated credited music in the
schools of America and proved the
pleasure, the actual need of music in
the child life. His address closed with
the assertion that a credited music
course, including instrumental study.
did not increase the cost, as the chil
dren elected music in preference to
other subjects. He declared that mu
sio is the favorite high school subject.
Appreciation of music in the gram
mar schools was dwelt upon by Kath
ryn B. Stone, supervisor of music at
Los Angeles, who asserted that this
end could be gained through listening
lessons of great compositions, thus
teaching rhythm, style and composer.
Miss Laura J. Soper, of Harris Teach
ers College, St. Louis, Mo., gave an
account of the necessity of the prep
aration of gxade teachers for the
teaching of music.
The standardizing of our National
songs was discussed by President
Gantvoort. The N. E. A, musicians
have been employed on these songs
since 1910, explained President Gant
voort. and In 1914 referred the matter
to the Commissioner of Education, at
Washington. D. C. A committee of
five has been appointed to give a Na
tlonal rendering of the songs.
The committee Is composed of John
Philip Sousa, A. J. Gantvoort. Walter
Damrosch and Messrs. Someck and Ear-
The department of music education
will hold its second session at the
Church of Our Father this morning at
10 o clock.
BAND TO GIVE CONCERT
Programme in Washington
Arranged for N. E. A.
This programme will be rendered by
Campbell's American Band at Wash
ington Park tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, in compliment to the
National Education Association:
March, "Tannh-user" (Wagner) ; over
ture, "William Tell" (Rossini); piccolo
solo, "The Turtle Dove," fantasia polka
(l)amare), Robert E. Millard; selection,
"Her Soldier Boy" (Crawford-Rom-
berg). Intermission. Excerpts from
Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" (God
frey, Jr.); humorous fantasy In four
scenes, "A Morning in Noah's Ark'
(Rollinson); medley, "Songs From the
Old Folks" (Lake); "Star-Spangled
KINDERGARTEN TALKS SET
Department Conference to Be Held
at Lincoln High Today.
The first session of the kindergarten
department of the N. E. A. will be held
at the Lincoln High School today at 10
The subject for discussion will be
"The Kindergarten as an Organic Prt
or jvery Elementary acnooi.
The speakers will be Dr. Henry Suz
zallo. University of Washington; Super'
intendent Albert Shlels, of Los Angeles
Miss Anna L. Force, of Denver; Dr.
Caroline Hedger, Chicago; Dr. Rudolph
Archer. North Dakota, and President
E. O. Holland, Pullman. The public is
Sheridan Plans Religious Census.
SHERIDAN. Or., July 10. (Special.)
A canvaBs is to be made of every citi
zen In and tributary to Sheridan this
"Uncle Bam and tils boats
will be the entering wedge to
break up. the war and bring
a victorious peace to the
We can't all wear khaki
all the time, becoming
as it is, but all men need
a blue serge suit some
of the time, and here it
is a good blue, war
ranted true to its color
And mixtures, too, the
kind you want at prices
that mean true econ
omy $14, $17, $20.
For that extra suit how
about a Palm Beach or
an Air-O-Weave made
$10 and $127
Real Panama hats in
many shapes at $4.65.
If It's good If it's right
you'll find everything for
men and boys' wear in this
New Way Specialty Store.
Morrison at Fourth
Gus Kuhn, Pres.
B. & H. Stamps provide cash
week as a religious census for the
three churches of the town. The town
has been divided Into sections through
which a committee of three represent
ing the Methodist, Congregational and
Christian churches will work. The
census is being taken In order that the
churches may better co-operate in ex
tension work and aid to the people
uuiu in material ana religious lines.
AUTOS CRASH, DEMOLISHED
Cars of O. It. Bunch and W.
Eight persons narrowly escaped In
Jury yesterday when the automobiles
belonging to G. R. Bunch, of 994 Ever
ett- street, and W. R. Wolcka. of 526
Alder street, collided at the Intersec
tion of Twenty-second and Everett
Both machines were badly wrecked
when they turned completely over.
Those In the machines at the time of the
accident were: Mrs. Juanita Judge, 714
Glisan street; Ward French, 208 North
Twenty-third street; A. Weinstein, 726
Johnson street; Mrs. Marian Wall
Hereford Hotel; William Stltt, 124
Third street, and Leo Deff enbacker, 266
None of the occupants of the cars
was seriously Injured and all were able
to continue on their way.
BLU EB1RP f
Present MYRTLE GONZALEZ AND GEO. HERNANDEZ
in Bluebird's Most Beautiful Nature Study Photoplay
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A Gripping Romance of the Klondike Set In Grandeur of Natural Scenery, Replete
With Thrilling Episodes.
HOEY & BELLEW ROCK & ROCK
in "An Unuauality.'
Novelty Aerialiats and Gymnasts.
in a Little of Everything.
Comedy, Songs, Patter, Dances.
Our new entrance on Washington street will be open
next Sunday, July 15. Be sure and use it.
" r'ritnVri iflu
water supply. Mr. Cooper testified
that he and hie little daughter had
been made 111 by the use of the water.
JITNEY SERVICE ARRANGED
Stephen Carver Preparing to Com
ply With City-Wide Franchise.
Stephen Carver will establish the
city-wide jitney service called for in
the franchise granted by the voters at
the city election June 4. Through his
attorney, L. M. Lepper. arrangements
are being made for the necessary
surety bonds for public protection.
Service, Mr. Lepper says, will be started
within the time provided by the fran
chises, which is 30 days on some of the
lines and 60 days on others.
Service to Linnton has been estab
lished and will be increased as traffic
warrants. On the other lines arrange
ments are being made now for cars
and the other preliminary arrange
ments are being disposed of.
DRUG CLERK CONVICTED
Sale of Alcohol Without Affidavit
Will Result In Sentence.
Prank "Woodford, a olerk in Brink's
Pharmacy, Thirteenth and Washington
streets, was convicted of a violation
of the prohibition law by a jury sitting
before District Judge Dayton yester
day after evidence had been introduced
tending to show that he had sold a
bottle of alcohol to C. L. Wood. W. J.
Jeffreys, ex-county Investigator, was
the prosecuting witness.
Woodford said he wanted to use the
alcohol In making a clothes-cleaning
preparation. He admitted that he had
also drunk a small portion of It.
The prosecution was based on the
fact that Woodford had neglected to
take an affidavit showing to what use
the alcohol would be put. Sentence
will be imposed today.
' Dog Case to Be Heard.
ROSEBTJRQ, Or., July 10. (Special.)
The case of Roy Bellows, a promi
nent merchant, who recently brought
suit in the Circuit Court here to re
plevin a dog which was seised by Con
stable Howard Church under the new
dog license law, will come before Judge
Hamilton on a general demurrer to the
complaint filed by District Attorney
tieorge IMeuner, representing the defendant.
OSWEGO HUNTS FOR WATER
Present Supply Declared to Have
Search for a new source of water
supply for Oswego will be commenced
by a party headed by Fred A. Rasch,
examiner and utilities engineer for the
Public Service Commission of Oregon.
That the present supply is contami
nated has been determined.
Frank J. Miller, chairman of the
Commission, and Commissioner Buchtel
held a hearing on the situation at
Oswego yesterday and took testimony
from W. F. Cooper, Mayor Wilson, Dr.
Ouy A. Mount and Dr. David N. Roberg,
State Health Officer, as to the present
Pa. Otobom IT. i.oiin.TB baa ra turned.
BUY MEN'S PANTS NOW.
While Prices Are Reduced.
Men who are buying pants at The
Brownsville Woolen Mills big pants
sale are in many cases finding just the
pair to match the old suit. Prices are
reduced from $4.00, $4.60 and $6.00 to
Your Policy Is
If you carry it in the New World Life of Spokane.
f or every dollar of its obligation to you, a life insurance
company should have MORE than one dollar with which
to make good.
the New World Life Insurance Company has more than
THREE times as much money in assets as it has obliga
tions to the holders of policies.
this large margin of Safety-To-You holds the record
for the United States today, among all companies having
as much business ($16,000,000.00) in force.
- your State Insurance Department at Salem, maintained
by the people of Oregon, will vouch for the standing of
this Company. ,
New V orld Life Insurance Company
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Children's Matinee Today, 25c Only
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To Quickly Remove
Ugly Hairs From Face
Beauty-destroying hairs are soon
banished from the skin with the aid of
a delatone paste, made by mixing some
water with a little plain powdered dela
tone. This is spread upon the hairy sur
face for 2 or 3 minutes, then rubbed off
and the skin washed to remove the re
maining delatone. This simple treat
ment banishes every trace of hair and
leaves the skin without & blemish. Cau
tion should be used to be certain that it
is delatone you buy. Adv.
Geary Street, Just off Union Square
From $1.50 a Day
Breakfast 50c Lunch 60c Dinner $1.00
Municipal car line direct to door.
Motor Bus meets trains and steamers.
MountHood Auto Stages
Fifth season of reliable service 8 A. M.
dally to Welches. Tawney's. La Casa.
Monte and Rhododendron, 16.00 round
trip. Government camp, $8.50.
Tickets. Information and reservations
at DO H S K V B. SMITH TRAVEL BG
RBAl, 116 Third St., corner Washing
ton. Marshall 1979. or lBVIJIIiTOl
(MRAC.K AUTO CO., INC.. J. I. S.
Bnead, firm, t.amt 135, C. SI Si. Kaat let
The first Dormitory built for the wom
en students of the University of Cali
fornia opened in 1909 by Mrs. Susan
Davis, with the approval of President
MRS. SUSAN DAVIS, Head of College
Hall. 2627 Hearst Ave.. Berkeley, Cal.
Open for Summer School.
$3.60 lha pair. Adv. a--