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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAN. TUESDAY, JULY yi, 1917.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
?.'ana!n" Editor Main 7070. A 609.1
City Editor ...Alain 707O. A 6!5
Sunday i-ditor Main 70TO. A 6U5
Advertising Department Main 7070. A 60-.1.-.
buperintendent iiulUiln. ...Main 7070. A 60U5
PANTAGE3 (Broadway at Alder) TJn-
" ' vauuevnie. i nree .now. aaiiy,
2:30. 7 and BOS
HIPPODROME (Broadway and Yamhill)
Kuu moving: pictures, 2 to o;
to li r m. Saturday. Sunday, noil
daya. contlnuoua. 1:15 to 11 P. M.
6TRAND (Park, Weat Park and Stark)
. uuciuo anu moiioo pictures, continuous.
OAKS PARK Open-air amusement resort on
RIVERSIDE PARK Open-air amusement
, - v n iiinpicuQ stiver, iniormal open
ing. COUXCIL CREST PARK Open-air amuse-
1 coui t on council ureal. Take ort
land Heights cars.
OREGOXIAKS AT RESORTS,
Subscribe with the following
agents, at your Summer resort,
to secure the most prompt deliv
ery of The Oregonian. City rates.
Subscriptions by mail are payable
Barvlew, Or R. E. Jackson
Bay City. Or o. E. Sheley
Bayocean, Or H. L. King
Brighton. Or W. A. Rowe
Carson, Wash Carl B. Smith
Columbia Beach, Or..V. A. Davidson
Ecola, Or L. W. Crone
Flavel, Or W.F.Jones
Garibaldi, Or D. c Ellis
Gearhart, Or W.I.Robinson
Long Beach. Wash. .J. H. Strauhall
Manhattan Beach, Or. .Frank Miller
Manzanita. Or E. F. Kard-jll
Nahcotta, Wash H. C. Brown
Newport, Or O. F. Herron
Ocean Park, Wash
Pacific Beach, Wash
. M. W. Douglas
Rockaway. Or Frank Miller
Seaside, Or Herman K. Jones
Seavlew, Wash H. E. Perrin
Tillamook, Or J. S. Lamar
Tokeland, Wash Joe Johnson
Wheeler. Or R. H. Cady
Citt Mat Burn Coal- Refusal of the
oil companies to enter Into contracts
to furnish fuel oil during the coming
Winter may result in the city putting
In coal burning apparatus at the City
Hall and at the police station. The
emergency along this line will be pre
eented to the City Council tomorrow
by Commissioner Kellaher. Efforts
have been made to contract for fuel
oil but all proposals have been re
jected by the companies. An effort
now will be made to buy fuel in the
open market. If this cannot be done
satisfactorily arrangements will be
made to burn coal or other fuel.
Nine Speeders Fined. Nine speeders
had lots of pleasure Sunday traveling
over the streets of Portland at rates
of speed rating from 25 to 40 miles an
hour, but nine speeders forgot all about
said Sunday pleasure when they were
haled before Municipal Judge Steven
son yesterday by Motorcycle Patrolman
Frank Ervin. The following men had
fines extracted from them by Judge
Stevenson's painless method: William
Desworth, Harold Gum, W. Sarai, B. O.
Sandin, P. Leonett, R. Collins, Charles
Baughman, each $5. P. E. Barbour and
N. P. Nelson were taxed $10 each.
Funeral, of Mrs. Templetox Held.
The funeral of the late Mary Harper
Templeton was held yesterday at the
chapel of J. P. Finley & Son, Rev.
Joshua Stansfield officiating. Mrs.
Florence F. Hammond sang: "Abide
With Me" and "Lead, Kindly Light."
Mrs. Templeton is survived by two
daughters and three sons, Dorothy and
Myrtle Harper, of this 'city; Almore W.,
of Miles City, Mont.; Claude W., of Chi
cago, and Archard L., of Elgin, 111. In
terment was in Mount Scott Park
Deputy Sheriffs Ask Rise. Another
salary increase was petitioned for by
county employes yesterday when 20
deputies in the office of Sheriff Hurl
burt asked the County Board for salary
rises lip to $100 a month. The deputies
affected by the proposed increase have
been receiving $90 per month and the
increase if granted, will amount to
J200 a month. The Board will take
action on the petition tomorrow.
Ellen C. Darr Buried. The funeral
of Ellen C. Darr was held yesterday
at the chapel of J. P. Finley & Son,
Rev. Elmer Smith officiating.. M.
Klolse McPherson and Virginia Miller
sang: "Abide With Me" and "Beautiful
Isle of Somewhere." The pallbearers
were: A. R. Leabo, R. H. Leabo, A.
L. Lancaster, C. C. Wise. David Horst
man and Edward Webber. Interment
was In Riverview Cemetery.
Comfort Stations Proposed. An In
vestigation to determine the cost and
feasability of installing public comfort
stations on the five Willamette River
bridges is to be made. , A resolution
will be presented to the Council tomor
row by Commissioner Kellaher provid
ing for the preparation of plans and
estimates of cost. Commissioner Kella
her proposes to have the city and the
county share the cost of the work.
Girl Admits Shopliftino. Annie
Knejp. shoplifter, was arrested by a
deputy constable yesterday morning
after being detected in the act of pur
loining Jewelry from the Meier & Frank
etore. She admitted thefts of a pearl
necklace, a pair of pearl ear-rings and
R bottle of perfume, but after a prelim
inary hearing, was released on promise
of good behavior.
M. II. Squires Bound Over. M. H.
Squires was bound over to the grand
Jury on a statutory charge following a
preliminary hearing yesterday before
District Judge Gatens. Hulda Hursch
man was the complaining witness. Mrs.
Squires was in the courtroom and an
nounced her intention of standing by
her husband In denying the charges.
, Company C Aides to Work. The
members of the Auxiliary to the Mult
nomah Typographical Union will meet
Thursday at 1 o"clock, on the eighth
floor of the Lipman-Wolfe building,
to sew for Company C, Engineers.
Everyone interested in this company is
Invited to attend.
Michigan Societt to Meet. The
Michigan Society will meet next Mon
day evening in the assembly room of
the Portland Hotel. A good programme
13 promised by the committee, Mes
dames Campbell and Demmon.
Notice. All members Company E,
First Regiment, O. N. G., requested to
meet at 835 Quimby St., Tuesday, July
SI, at 2:30 P. M. sharp, to escort re
mains late Colonel Charles E. Morgan.
Lecture by Mrs. Ethel Patterson, of
Los Angeles, tonight, free, subject
"Mysticism." Theosophical Hall, Cen
tral bldg., 10th and Alder. Adv.
Grotto moonlight excursion tonight.
Swan will leave foot of Stark St. at 8
V. M. sharp. Adv.
Da. Calvi:: S. White has resumed the
practice of Ma rifession; SeUint bldg.
Baker Theater for rent. Inquire at
box office, between 1 and 2 P. M. Adv.
Gearhart cottage. Phone Woodlown
Dr. Eabli Henton has returned.
Dr. Arthur Rosenfeld has returned.
Rancher Charged With Asan.lt.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or., July 80.
(Special.) J. W. Thresher, of this city,
la In Jail charged with assault with a
dangerous weapon upon W. Fielding-, at
a ranch five miles south of Klamath
Falls. He was brought fro -i Dorris.
Cal., by Sheriff Humphrey and bound
over by Justice Gowen to the grand
Bachelor of Fifty Years
In Excitement of MarrlsKe Hat la
Lost, bat Finally Recovered In
Judge TuweH'i Chimbrra.
A LTHOUGH he won a bride, William
Krall, of Crawfordsvllle, Or.. yea
terday "lost his head" and almost lojt
his hat. After a laughable mix-up,
which continued for nearly an hour.
William finally got his wits together,
found his hat, and walked away from
the Courthouse, arm In arm with his
In years William boasts of more than
two-score and ten, but he had remained
a bachelor all his life. His bride, Lena
Werner, who has almost reached the
half-century mark of life's highway,
had also enjoyed the state of single
blessedness until yesterday.
It was easily discernible that they
were "flustered" when they applied
yesterday for their marriage license.
After an anguishing delay the license
finally was secured and they hied them
selves forth to the chambers of Judge
Tazwell, where they were married.
Somewhere along the line of march
William lost his hat. In his excitement
he started to leave the Courthouse
without his head-dress, until Mrs. Will
iam noticed that it was missing.
Then began a search for the hat.
From the basement to the top floor
they walked and looked. Twice on
their Journey they passed the marriage
license bureau and asked the clerks if
they had seen a stray hat without an
On the second trip to the fifth floor
they entered the office of Judge Taz
well, where they found the hat.
In his excitement William had for
gotten that he had taken It off while
the nuptial knot was being tied.
ELECTRIC SHOCK FATAL
ARTHUR 3. WILLIAMS DIES IX FIRE
BOX OF FURNACE.
Physicians Who Endeavor to Restore
Life by Pulmotor Believe Weak
Heart Was Stopped by Voltage.
Arthur J. Williams, of 880 Kelley
street, was almost Instantly killed yes
terday afternoon at the Portsmouth
School as the result of an electrical
Mr. Williams had been working as
plumber's helper on the furnaces of the
school building, and at the time of re
ceiving the shock was employed patch
ing the firebox of a furnace. He was
using an electric drill inside the fire
box and it is thought the circuit was
grounded, passing through his body. It
is the opinion of Drs. P. F. Gunster and
George E. Christmas, who administered
first aid, that the man died' from a
weak heart, as it was only possible for
him to receive 220 volts of electricity.
A fellow workman, D. Deeth, heard Mr.
Williams call to hfm to turn off the
power. Mr. Deeth rushed for the
switch and threw off the current, but
not before the other man was over
come. Harbor Patrolman Prehn made a wild
drive from Water and Stark streets
with a pulmotor in an automobile.
While driving between 55 and 60 miles
an hour the engine of the automobile
caught fire and was a cloud of smoke
as it raced through the streets on Its
seven-mile run. The machine reached
the Portsmouth School and was a mass
The attending physicians worked over
the injured man for two hours, but
were unable to revive him.
Coroner Smith took charge of the
body and notified the young man's par
ents. Mr. Williams Is survived by his
father and mother and three sisters.
"WHEN DUTY CALLS" GIVEN
Benefit Play for Vancouver Honor
Guard Girls Well Patronized.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. July 30. (Spe
cial.) A full house greeted the play,
"When Duty Calls," given by the Na
tional Honor Guard Girls in the Liberty
Theater here tonight. The proceeds of
the venture will be used by the girls
for their various needs in the patriotic
work they are doing.
The play, which was heartily ap
plauded, was written by Charles A.
Hasson, son of Captain P. Hasson and
brother of Captain John Hasson, U. S.
A. The scene was laid around the
Mexican border, and was patriotic
throughout, there being many tense
TRAFFIC MANAGER COMING
Official of Southern Pacific on His
Way to Visit Oregon.
Lewis J. Spence, director of traffic
for the Southern Pacific system, whose
headquarters are in New York, is on a
visit to Oregon and will be in Port
land later in the week. John M. Scott,
general passenger agent, will go to
Ashland today to meet him.
Mr. Spence will visit Marshfteld and
other points on the Coos Bay line, Til
lamook and various points of interest
on the Southern Pacific In Oregon. He
wrote that he is coming to Portland
expressly to take a trip over the Co
lumbia River Highway. He Is accom
panied by his family.
BEACH SERVICE IMPROVED
Beginning August 1. O.-W. R. R. &
N. afternoon train from North Beach
resorts daily except Sunday will leave
later, allowing more time on the beach.
From Nahcotta 2:05, Long Beach 2:44.
New schedules available about August
1. Apply city office. Third and Wash
ington, or any North Beach agent.
IRVINGT0N HOME FOR RENT
My modern, seven-room house; nice
ly furnished, with big sleeping porch
and garage. Is now ready to rent or
lease to a responsible person, at $45
per month. The number Is 690 Tilla
mook street, between Nineteenth and
Twenty-first streets. See J. L. Bow
man, at the Brownsville Woolen Mill
Great Northern Official Visitor.
G. R. Martin, vice-president and
comptroller of the Great Northern, was
in Portland yesterday on a vacation
visit. He called on local railroad offi
cials. He is accompanied by members
of his family.
Company G Auxiliary Meets Today.
There will be a special meeting of
the auxiliary of Company G, Oregon
National Guard, in room E, Public Li
brary, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. All
members and friends are invited.
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
BANK'S HOME OPENS
United States National Offi
cers Hold Reception.
FLORAL OFFERINGS MANY
Constant Stream of Visitors Ex
presses Admiration of Beautiful
Quarters, While Telegrams
Come From Other Cities.
Officers, directors and emnlAvpi of
the United States National Bank were
nappy yesterday over the successful
dedication of their new home.
The event was a notable one in the
annals of Portland banking business.
The new building is handsome and or
nate, yet substantial and dignified, con
sistent with thedmportant function that
it is to perform in the commercial life
of the community.
No less attractive than, the banking
rooms themselves were the numerous
beautiful floral offerings sent to the
bank with the compliments of patrons,
competitors and correspondents.
Several larc finmi ( ...
livered at the bank yesterday morning
uiuers irom DanKs In Chicago, New
York, Denver and San Francisco.
Scores and scores of telegrams came
from all parts of the country con
gratulating President Ainsworth and
ma associates on the auspicious cir
cumstances surrounding their opening
and wishing them continued success in
their new home.
Boy of 11 First Depositor.
The officers and their staff reported
for duty somewhat earlier than usual
yesterday, but some of their patrons
beat them hv tyiomv u
f j ituuii:8, mirvey
Hart, an 11 -year-old lad. for Instance,.
naiiieui io do me rirst to make a de
posit in the new bank. He arrived at
the front door at 6:30 In the morning.
There was none to dispute the distinc
tion with him. When the doors opened
he filed in and with 5 that he had
save, started a savings account.
Other patrons trooped in. All day
long the spacious lobby was filled with
visitors. The officers found little time
to attend to their regular duties. It
was not until after closing time yes
terday afternoon that they found time
to look over their correspondence. J.
C. Ainsworth. rjresirlnr r t h
was in the lobby nearly all day, greet-
iiir menus or me institution. H. B
Ainsworth and R loo n ..
presidents: R w Rckmo. ov,i'
A-. M. Wright, W. A. Holt and P. S.
in-n., ussisiani casniers, assisted Pres
ident Ainsworth in accepting the unin
terrupted shower of congratulations.
Xlght Lighting Is Feature.
To accommndfttA thnca v. ... j .
: w.v. nnu tvum not
call during the regular banking hours,
doors were opened again last night
and the effectiveness of the interior
lightinc SVRtPm -n'ao .-.-. 1 .. .. I . ,
' " " " viioidj- iur me
admiration and delight of all. The
flood lighting arrangement for the ex
terior of the building also was intro
duced last night for the first time.
This is produced by a cluster of power
ful arc lights mnnntpii nn t v,
a building diagonally across the street.
ot-rauy stream or brilliant but
mellow light presents the classic archi
tecture Of the hulMIno- to hoot ,J..
tage and causes It to stand out at
Usui, .s oy aay, one or the show places
of the business district.
A. E. Dovlf tha rio.tm . ...
pervlslng archlect of the structure.
wim ine Dank orrtcials them
selves In the meed of praise and com
pliment that was their due.
CURIOSITY IS COSTLY
MOTORIST, EAGER TO KI rj OUT
TRAIN'S SPEED, FINED.
Judge Jones Dismissed Case Against
Speeder When Officer Admits He
Passed Up Another Offender.
John Hofer's curiosity cost him Just
$25 yesterday in District Judge Jones'
court. He was returning from Bonne
ville Wednesday and was putting his
machine through Its paces along Sandy
road when the grocers' picnic special
train hove Into view. He was forced
to "step on er" to keep pace with the
chugging locomotive. Faster and faster
they came until his speedometer reg
istered 40 miles an hour.
It was then that a highway motor
cycle officer Intruded into the picture.
"I was curious to see how fast the
special train was traveling," John told
"Your curiosity will cost you $25,"
was the court's rejoinder.
H. Pabst can thank his lucky stars
that some unknown autoist was speed
ing along Sandy boulevard the other
day. Pabst was arrested when the
motorcycle officer timed him going 35
miles an hour. This officer testified
in court yesterday that he had passed
another autoist going 28 miles an hour
in order to catch up with Pabst.
"Did you arrest the other man who
was going 28 miles and also exceeding
the speed limit?" inquired Judge Jones.
"I did not." replied the officer. "I
was after this man."
"This case Is dismissed," returned
the court. "I will not find one man
guilty when the officer refuses to ar
rest another man who is equally
J. Meyer, of Seattle, Is at the Oregon.
J. Darling, of Loraine, is at the Per
kins. E. Pascoff is a the Carlton from Se
attle. J. G. GrOber Is at the Nortonla from
B. L. Porter, of Svenson, is at the
A- J. Blckens, of Pendleton, is at the
Hoy Hanker, of Astoria, is at the
E. C. McCook. of Pendleton, is at the
A. H. Peterson, of St. Louis, is at the
C. R. Wright, of Brighton, is at the
Mrs.- J. E. Boys, of Kelso, is at the
E. Spencer, of Woodburn, is at the
Maude Turlay, of Woodburn. Is at
R. W. Marsters, of Roseburg, Is at
Mrs. Rosene Howard Is at the Port
land from Deschutes.
Mabel B. Caughey, of Pittsburg, is
at the Portland.
Mrs. C. Bllssard, of White Salmon, is
at the Nortonla.
Mrs. A. G. Ingram Is at the Seward
Mrs. Harriet Lleberman, Mrs. Char
iotta Matthews and Mrs. Jean Brandt
constitute a party from Boise at the
L- Murphy, of The Dalles, is at
C. K. Marshall, of Hood River. Is at
Mrs. H. D. Shea, of Springfield, is at
E. A. Rogers, of Los Gatos. CaL, Is
at the Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Madden are at the
Nortonla from Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shalmud, of Sa
lem, are at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Mullen, of Boise,
are at the Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Madison Cooper, of
Wasco, are at the Oregon.
Mrs. Annie Weir Forsyth la at the
Seward from Goldendale.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wirtb. are at
the Nortonla from Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Higgins, of
Baker, are at the Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cobb, of The
Dalles, are at the Cornelius,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. LeFebue, of Se
attle, are at the Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Martin are at the
Cornelius from Walla Walla.
Mrs. E. L. Howe, owner of an orchard
at Mosler, is at the Multnomah.
Mrs. J. J. Fenton and daughter are
at the Seward from Independence.
Shepard Miller, of Richmond, accom
panied by his son, is at the Perkins.
Grant Smith, of the Multnomah, has
returned from a trip to San Francisco.
R. E. Allen and S. B. Sharpsteln,
Walla Walla bankers, are at the Mult
nomah. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Prather and
daughter are at the Multnomah from
CHICAGO, July 30. (Special.) The
following Oregonians are registered at
a Chicago hotel today: At the Congress,
John D. Twohy, Portland; John Rigby,
LAROWE LETTERS SELL
AUTHOR WILL HAVE BODY IN
STORE IJf TWO DAYS.
Three Hundred Copies Already Dis
posed of for Benefit of Third Ore
KOn Ambulance Fund.
Mrs. Nina Churchman Larowe. who
has published and donated 1000 copies
of her letters of reminiscence in book
form to the Third Oregon ambulance
fund, will sell the books today and to
morrow at a booth on the main floor of
the Lipman, Wolfe & Co. store. On both
days Mrs. Larowe will be in the booth
from 11 o'clock to 5 o'clock.
Mrs. Larowe is being aided by mem
bers of the Third Oregon auxiliaries
and some of tha hnAVi.t, v. n v.
sent out through the state to other
cities and towns where there is a pio
Mrs. Larowe has sold about 800
copies personally to friends and former
students. The booklets are of especial
interest to her former students and
manv of lhasa Knt h m. .1
, '' ..'.. VVU1UC11,
have called at the various booths to
renew acquaintance and to call up old
memories an well a. .. i.
more copies of the booklet.
J. s. mTddleton writes
YOUNG PORTLAND ATTORNEY WITH
HIS SHIP BELOW EQUATOR.
Great Honor Shown American Vessel at
All Ports and Pageant July 4
Is Big Event,
Jack S. MIddleton, a young attorney
of Portland who was admitted to the
bar In Oregon Just prior to his enlist
ment in the United States Navy last
Winter, has written another Interesting
letter to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J
H. MIddleton, 518 East Twenty-sixth
street. North. Mr. Middleton Is aboard
the South Dakota, "Somewhere south of
the equator," and has been frequently
in new ports. Mr. Middleton tells in
his letter of honors paid the American
sailors at the visited port on July 4.
"Warships of three other nations
are lying here with us," he wrote, "and
there is lots of saluting. They all
seem glad to see us. The people on
shore likewise seem glad to see the
American sailors and are more than
good and courteous to us. A bunch of
sailors from one of the other warships
has just been around looking our ship
over. Much waving of arms but not
much Intelligible conversation. How
ever, the main thing Is the good will
shown on both sides."
Mr. Middleton describes the festivl
tles on the Fourth of July when the
MAIL THEM TODAY
Films Developed Free!
when prints are ordered.
We pay return postage.
Five-hour expert service.
Largest Photo Supply House
In the Northwest.
Woodard, Clarke 8c Co.
Wood-Lark Bldg.. Alder at W. Park
LONG BEACH HOTEL
Facing the ocean, excellent surf bath
ing, hard firm beach, near to many In
teresting points. Clean, airy rooms,
facing the sea. Rates J4 to $10 per
week for rooms. For reservations ad
dress H. H. TINKER. I.onir Bea-h, Wash.
Tawney's Mountain Home
Ideal spot. Hunting, fishing, camp
ing privileges, saddle horses, home
cooking, etc. Rates reasonable. Special
Sunday chicken dinner. Large inde
pendent bungalows for those who pre
F. H. TAWNET, Prop.
J. E. Reynold. Proprietor. Guler, Washing
ton. Id the I'ictureque Trout I-ake Valley.
Side trips by auto or horseback to Lava and
Ice Caves. Indian Race Track, Steamboat
Lake, etc Mt, Adams auto road to Morri
son Valley, at the baee of the mountain.
Good trout flan in if, tennis and croquet
grounds and swimming pool In connection.
Amusement Hall with dancing-, bowline and
billiards, near the hotel. Rates: Room and
Board. $2 per day. 1Q per week.
The Hotel Elmore p.rEk,mo"
European plan, restful beach home.
The most popular moderately priced
hotel on Oregon coast. Magnificent
ocean views. Large, comfortable rooms
with real beds. Wilson, Taft and Roose
velt cottages for rent. For rates, cir
culars, etc., address. The Hotel Elmore,
on the south shore of Clatsop Beach.
Four hours from Portland, via S.. P. & S. Ry.; fifty minutes from Astoria, where
connections are made with all boat lines. Finest beach this side of San Diego.
Excellent bathing, boating, fishing, golf, auto trips, walks to Tillamook Head
and many other interesting spots. Sea foods a specialty. Aak for booklet.
DAN J. MOORE. Prop.
u a n a u m
"From Ralston Shoes to
a Brook or Beaver Hat
I always get real satis
faction as well as last
ing economy here," said
one of our regular cus
tomers as he selected a
from the special offer
ing of this famous
make at $20.
No matter what it is
if it's for men or boys'
wear, this convenient
daylight specialty store
can supply it on the
right basis or your
Morrison at Fourth St.
Gus Kuhn, Pres.
Charge items today will be
billed Sept. 1.
Start saving S. & H. Stamps
for your Christmas funds
, they furnish cash.
SAFETY RAZOR C" 1 J
24J DOZEN (BY MAIL 25c)
THE SHARP SH0P1Mwrrhd,"V-
Americans "dressed ship" and all of the
other ships in the harbor and the fort
on shore saluted.
"In the afternoon our boys led the
parade In which -he sailors of four
nations and the soldiers of another
took part. Some pageantl And I feel
quite puffed up to have been In It.
The line of march must have been
eight miles long, with the usual crowd
all the way. The president reviewed
us, too. But, that rifle weighed 110
pounds Instead of 11 when we got back
to our boat. Another thing, our com
pany was Just ahead of the band of the
sailors from this country and we
marched to their music, including their
national air. Just behind this band
there was a division of foreign sail
ors." FREIGHT DEPOT UNDER WAY
New Structure at Vancouver to Be
Near Union Station.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. July f 0. (Spe
cial.) The contractors. Grant, Smith &
Co., began work today on the new
freight depot to be built on Eleventh
street, not far from the Union Depot.
A large crew Is working and it Is
proposed to have this building ready
for use within -a short time.
At present the freight depot Is In
a prune packing plant, which will be
needed for packing prunes in Septem
ber, so the depot must be ready for
use when the prunes are ripe.
The freight depot used here for many
years was vacated to make room for
the shipbuilding yards.
PROSECUTORS END SESSION
County Organizations in Washington
to Handle I. W. W. Possible.
VANCOUVER, Wash., July 80. (Spe
cial.) J. O. Blair, County Attorney,
has returned from the annual meeting
of County Attorneys of this state, held
In Seattle last week. One of the most
Important matters before the conven
tion was the question of handling the
I. W. W. when they become trouble
some. It now looks as though an organiza
tion will be perfected In each county
in the state to deal with lawless per
sons. Concert at Vancouver Tonight.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. July 30. (Spe-
In Scenic Packages
Adds greatly to the pleasure of a
Sent by Parcel Post or Express
anywhere in the United States or
Satisfaction and Delivery Guar
anteed. The Hazelwood
Confectionery & Restaurant
Wuklnctos St. at Tenth.
ASTORIA AND WAY LANDINGS
Leave. 7 A. M. dally.axcept Friday, Sun
day. 7:1(1 A. M. Raturnlnc leave. A.torls
a P. M. Arrive. Portland 8 P. M.
STK. LIB LINK leave. 7:45 A. M. dally
except Sunday. Re turn ln l.av. A.torla
7 P. M.
Main 14X Washington St. Dock A 4121
Beautiful mountain resort, between Hunch
back and Zigzag- Mountain, on Zigzag River
and Still Creek. Large cemented swimming
pool, modern danc. hall, saddle horse.,
tennl. and croquet ground.. Headquarter,
tor fi.hlnc. Rate. $3.60 per day, $15 to SIS
per week. For auto atagea. call Eaat 135 or
Main 831. Mra. Linil Frsnzettl. Zigzag, Or.
OVERLOOKING THIS OCEAN.
e a s i d e, Clatsop Beach, Oregon.
American plan. Most attractive spot
PORTLAND'S HOTELS AND CAFES
"Another of America's Exception-
E MAKE YOUR. HEADQUARTERS E:
E BUYERS' WEEK, AUG. 0-11. AT
Multnomah Hotel (
K50 Rooms. 30O "With Bath. 5
EE $1.50 Per Day, With Bath. Tp-
E Situated on the very edge of
the retail and wholesale districts,
one block from Chamber of Com-
merce. Buyers' headquarters.
LARGEST, MOST POPIHR
UlMMi-ROOM IV THE CITY.
2 New Arrivals
BATES SI A DAY AND IP
C. W. Cornrllu., President
II. E. Fletrher. Manager.
Park and Alder, Portland, Or.
Special rates by the week or month
S23 Washington St.
Highest quality foods at
lowest possible prices.
Rich Waffles or H.tcake at All
ALL SHORT OR.
IIKRS ANY TIME
A Moderate-Priced Bote! of Merit
Morrison St, M ear Grand An
7oe. JBX Par ua-ri with atata.
clal.) A special concert will be given
at 7 o"clock tomorrow night by the
Fourteenth Infantry Band In Vancou
ver Barracks, and the public Is Invited
to attend. This concert will be given
at the new cantonment In the upper
part of the post, where the newly
organlzed regiment, the Forty-fourth
Phone your want ads to The Orego
nian. main vuvu, a 6095.
BUILD A GARAGE
We have a client who wants West Side
garage. Will take lease and pay cash
security. We will finance cost of
WESTERN BOND & MORTGAGE
80 Fourth Street.
Talking- Machines sad
Vary R.aaonabl Prleaa.
All Work GuarantaaA
ELLERS MUSIC HOUSES
Morrison ' at Fourth ov
unadoar sad Aldar.
We call and deliver.
Phont us. Rubber Heel.
Men', or Women's. l!5a
MEVS SOLES. BOo.
LADIES' SOLES. BOo
14 Fonrth Ktreet,
Planoa and player
Pianos. Prlcea reason
able for expert work.
Cor. Sixth and Morrlaon.
MOUNT HOOD AUTO STAGES
Leave Third and Washington Sts. dally
8 A. M.. Saturday. 8 A. M. and 2 P. AL.
for Welches, Tawneya, La Casa Monte
and Rhododendron. Round-trip season
tickets, $6; Government Camp, $8.60.
Climb Mount Hood or visit wonderful
glaciers; all expenses paid, $14 each
whtn four or more book. Ticket office
and waiting-room at DORSE Y B. SMITH
TRAVEL BUREAU, 116 Third St.. cor.
Washington. Marshall 1979, or call
Irvlngton Garage & Auto Co., East 135,
C 3162. FIERCE-ARROW CARS. MAKF
RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE.
iWi "JUST THE U Class
I Ti HOTEL T 1 1 A
HJyj FOR YOU." g J I Bid.
at moderate prices,
whether for the day, week
Convenient to all rarlinra wnd
points of Interest.
Refined and nnbatanttal fnr
mlshlnss cheerful and tnvitlns;.
GLES3T B. HITE. MGR.
WASHINGTON AT TWELFTH
The sa: AIAKLi 1 a now. modern as J
a. of tb. moat licautlf ui corner lot
tie. In tn. Northwest. Located at I
ltth and Alder st... opposite otda I
VFortman Ivinir'a bl d,Dartm.nf I
tors, la heart ol retail and theater I
district. Hates, (1 and up. iJ-4. !
meet, all trait... -w car alio runs!
from Union Depot direct to. HOTSL I
HWAHtt W. M. SEWARD. ProsT
coiinrrnin ann 11 flKlllncton Ms.
Kelnforrrd Concrete Untitling
rirtor Brandt. I;, i-:. Kdinonds.
I'rop. and Manager. Asst. Mgr.
Special Rule, by the Week or Month.
New PERKINS Hotel
Fifth and Wai ton Sts.
Rates to Suit Your Purse.
SCHOOLS AXD COLLEGES.
mm ear rtrKin AnRuitt 22.
Reputation, Kiiuipnieut. OrKunizaliun Satlafr
Primary. Grammar, llich School Only School
Uest of Indiana With Cavalry, In
fantry. Mounted Artillery.
MN KAFAEL. WtST KM. CALIF.
ST. HELEN'S HALL
(49th Consecutive Year)
Resident and day school for artrl. tn
charso of Sisters of St. John Baptist (Epis
copal). Academic and Elementary Depart
ments. Kindergarten and Training School
for Kindergarten TeacbTi, Music. Art. Do
mestic Art, Domestic Science. Gymnasium
Swimming, etc. Houses of Residence. 63S
and GL'O Everett St. For catalogue address
'be Sister Superior.
Accredited by Colleges East and West.
Grammar and Primary Departments
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
Principal: MARY g. LOCKEY. AB.
Palo Alto. Calif.
21 miles south of San Francisco.
Junior School , and College preparatory
Fall term open August 14. 1917.
W. T. II KID. Head Master.
Box K. Brlatost, Cat.
Offers mn excelled ODoortnnltle for atedr. recrea-
tina and health in delightful elimate. Noenei
balldtne. School and bedroom instantly con.
ortiblf into open -air room. Htrons Latin. KnaHnlft
and French ooara. Model flat for DomMti
Science and Art. PataTaaat wort in Literature
art Kiatorr. General Information. te. Accredited
beat eollaaee eaat and. west. All oat-door sports.
th year opens Sept, 27th. Address Prin
cipal. Mrs. George J. Caswell. fiOy W. 3d
Be. Los Angeles. California.
St. Mary's Academy and College
For Girls. Conducted by the SISTERS
OF THE HOLY NAMES OF JESUS AND
MARY. Grade, Academic and Collegiate
Courses. Music. Art, Elocution and Com
mercial and DomesMo Science Depts.
Resident and Day Students. Refined.
Moral and Intellectual Training. Write
for announcement. School reopens Sep
teuiber 4. Address SISTER SUPERIOR.
St. Mary's Academy. Portland.
Hill Military Academy
For boys. Offers thorough military
training under highest educational
ptnnHnrri, Portland. Or.
Wanted Chairs to Cane,
by School for Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
M r. J. F. Myers AVt&