Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 19, 1918, Page 11, Image 11

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City Editor . Main 7070, A 60B5
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A 60B5
Advertising Department Main 7070, A SOUS
superintendent of building. .Main. 7070. A
t'ANTACKS (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows dally, 2:30, 7 and. :05.
fJIPPODROMK (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. 2 to 6;
6:45 to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sundays, holi
days, continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M-
ETRAND (Washington street, between Park
and West Park) Vaudeville and moving
pictures: continuous.
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, daily, afternoon and night.
ette River) .Band concerts and diversified
entertainment, afternoon and night.
Subscribe with the following agents,
at your Summer resort, to secure the
most prompt delivery of The Orego
nian. City rates. Subscriptions by
malt are payable In advance:
Barvlew. Or F. C Robinson
Bay City. Or O. E. Shelley
Bay Ocean. Or.. IL. L. King
Brlshton. Or A. W. Kow
Carson. Wash. ...............a....
Mrs. M. fct. Martin and Carl A. Smith
Columbia Beach. Or. ..Guy Lawrence
Kcola. Or Cannon Beach Merc. Co.
Flavel. Or Mrs. J. H. Ella
Garibaldi. Or S. L McMillan
Gearhart. Or. ....... .W. I. Robinson
Long Beach. Wash....W. E. Btrauhal
Manhattan Beach Or. .Mrs. E. Eldeu
Manzanita, Or. ........... .E. Kardell
Nalicolta. Wash H. J. Brown
Newport, Or... O. J. Herron
Ocean Park, Wash.. Emma S. Campbell
Pacific Beach. Wn.a Lewis Burllngam
Rockaway, Or. Fraok Miller
Seaside. Or J. H. Jones
Feavlew. Wash H. E. Perrln
Tillamook. Or J. S. Lamar
Wheeler. Or R. HZ. Cady
on Sale at
Business Office, Oregonlan.
Jars Wili, Bb Scarce Boow. The
United States Government asks you to
preserve the extra fruits and vege
tables from your war garden and not
allow any to go to waste. We eteel
cut and vacuum pack in Economy
Fruit Jars, quart size, our best Coffee,
Jlonopole Brand guaranteed equal to
or better than any coffee you can buy.
Kach jar contains 15 ounces, only one
ounce less than a pound, sells for 40c
a. Jar. Buy it now and use the jar for
canning. You are sure to be pleased
with coffee and jar. Roasted and
7acked by The House of Jlonopole,
.Wadharao & Kerr Bros. Adv.
Late Stuart Freeman Honored.
Mrs. Kmily Noon. 341 Twelfth street,
received a letter yesterday from the of
fice of the Adjutant-General, Washing
ton, D. C, asserting that -oa the advice
of General Pershing, a ccnsrmleslon as
(Second Lieutenant In the Aviation Sec
tion, Signal Reserve Corps, United
States Army, had been made out In
the name of her grandson, the late
Cadet Stuart Freeman, aviation sec
tion, who was killed In a railroad acci
Sent in France, 'May 10. The commis
sion is dated May 13. The late officer.
Whose home was in this city, was 24
years old.
Women Wilt, Aid tN locating
Rooms. Yesterday the National League
for Woman's Service went Into action
as aids to Thomas J. Swivel In finding
10,000 rooms in the private homes of
Portland where the old soldiers may
find places to sleep during the Na
tional encampment of the Grand Army
of the Republic. Today the telephones
will summon a large number if women
from every section of the city to meet
In the assembly room at the Meier &
Frank store and to each it them will
1j pinned the title of captain and each
will be assigned a definite portion of
the city In which to work.
Dr. Powers to Lecture. "Germany
kt Home: The Industrial and Political
Crisis" will be the subject of a lecture
this evening by Dr. Harry Hunting
ton Powers, of Boston, in the Lincoln
High School auditorium. This is one
of the series being given by Dr. Pow
ers on the war, in connection with the
University of Oregon Summer School.
The lectures are free and the public Is
Invited. The subject of Dr. Powers'
lecture on art, at 4:30 this afternoon,
will be "Fra Angelico, the Protest of
Alien Enemt Arrested. Walter
Dunker, a German alien enemy, was
arrested late Wednesday evening by
Officers H. W. Green and C. B. Mee
han, at Third and Oak streets, charged
with failing to report to Government
officials when he arrived in Portland
recently. He is 23 years of age and
was unable to show a draft registra
tion card. He was lodged In the City
Jail and Is being held for investiga
tion by Federal Government authori
ties. School Law Change Topic. "How to
change the school law so as to pre
vent, for the future, the unfortunate
conditions that now prevail in School
District No. 1," will be the subject for
a conference at the luncheon meeting
of the Oregon Civic League In the Col
lege room of the Hazelwood on Wash
ington street at noon tomorrow. Mem
bers of the League are urged to bring
as their guests any persons who have
practical constructive ideas of reforpi
to present.
Gulch Lots' Value; Appealed. Ca-
millo and Mary Cimone, owners of
liouse and lot in Marquam Gulch for
which they were awarded $2500 by a
jury in the condemnation suit brought
by the city, filed an appeal to the Su
preme Court yesterday. The city val
ued the property at $1500. The own
ers aemanaea ouu. xne property is
one of the many tracts In the gulch
condemned by the city for a public
Babe oit 3 Injured. Huno Hower.
aged 3, 6235 East Sherman street, was
badly injured late Wednesday night
when an auto in which he was riding
coinaen witn a Hfiiwooa streetcar, on
Milwaukie avenue, between Kelly and
Beacon streets. The young lad suf
fered a small ecalp wound and pos
sible internal injuries. He was taken
to the Emanuel Hospital, where he was
reported to be resting easily yesterday
meeting of the various crafts affiliated
with the United Brotherhood of Car
penters and Joiners of America will
be held in the Public Auditorium to
night, when William L. Hutcheson
general president of the organization
and a member of the National War
Board, will speak. The organization
mciuaes snip carpenters as well as
house corpenters and a large attend
ance is expected.
for Sale. Large 12-room house In
finest part of Nob Hill, West Side, with
epienaia trees and shrubbery. Fur
nished or unfurnished. One-half pur
chase price can run long time, 6 per
cent; balance cash, or might accept
part in smauer nome, city or suburban,
latter preferred. AL 648, Oregonlan.
Dr. F. O. Lehman, 408 Abington
puuaing. hub returned. Aav.
Rabbi to OmcuTt Services will
be held at the Congregation Ahaval
feholom. corner Park and Clay .streets,
tonight at 8 o clock. Tomorrow morn
Ing eervices at 9:30 o'clock. Rabbi R.
Abrahamson will officiate.
V. Kaspar, ladies' tailor, returned
and resumed business. 504 Royal Bldg
Hill Militart ACAii.-r- offers
thorough military training. Adv.
Dr. Rosendorj-f, Belling Bldg., re
Banker Now With Bond Firm. T.
Burns, for 12 years an employe of the
First National Bank, has accepted a
position with the investment bond
firm of Hall & Company. Mr. Burns
entered the employ of the First Na
tional soon after arriving In this coun
try from London. England. In the
time he has been with the bank he has
advanced through several posts of re
sponsibility. For the past six years
he has been note teller. Mr. Burns is
prominently identified with St. An
drew's Society of Oregon, at present
holding the position of vice-president.
Hill Funeral Held. The funeral of
the late Molly E. Hill was held yes
terday at the chapel of J. P. Finley &
Son, Rev. N. P. Thomsen officiating.
Dr. Z. M. Hall sang "Oh, Sweet Rest,"
and Miss D. H. Thomas sang "The
City That's Coming Down." The pall
bearers were: W. J. Wallace, Ben Lar
son, M. Danish and E. L. Carlson. In
terment was made in Rose City Ceme
tery. Mrs. Hill is survived by her hus
band. R. E. Hill, of 701 Vanderbilt
street; father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. Somers, of this city.
Woodlawn Grange to Meet. Wood
lawn Grange will meet tomorrow
night at Green's Hall, In Woodlawn, at
8 o'clock, when Charles A. Hart will
deliver an address on "The Crisis of
Today and of the Future." Other
numbers of the programme will be a
reading by Mrs. Robertson Cook. In
strumental music by Miss Armstrong,
a solo by Mrs. D. W. Sanders, and a
brief talk by Chief of Police Johnson.
Mrs. Eugene Palmer is In charge of
the programme.
Johnson Creek Improvement Club to
Meet. The Johnson Creek Improve
ment Club will meet this evening in
Johnson Creek Park at 8:15 o'clock. Dr.
Charles Loeding will speak on "Neigh
borhood Sanitation," and Fire Marshal
Grenfell will give a talk on "Fire
Prevention." This is the second of a
series of patriotic and educational
meetings to be held In the Park by the
olub this Summer.
71. L. Adams Not the Man. R. L.
Adams, auto salesman for the Manley
Auto Company, has been made the vic
tim of considerable jesting, as a re
sult of the arrest of W. E. Adams,
also an auto salesman, on a charge of
driving an auto while under the In
fluence of liquor. R. L. Adams last
night asked that it be made clear that
he is not the man. although he, too,
is an auto salesman.
Steamship Company Sued. Damages
aggregating $2250 are demanded from
the Portland-San Francisco Steamship
Company in a personal injury suit
filed in the Circuit Court yesterday by
John Lindahl, a longshoreman, who al
leges he was seriously Injured May 23.
last, when some cases of lead fell on
is foot while he was unloading a ves
sel owned by the defendant company.
Citizenship Granted to 27. United
States Judge Bean yesterday admitted
27 of a class of 40 applicants to final
citizenship. The candidates consisted
chiefly of subjects of England, Scot
land and Sweden. The applications of
several others were continued, while
the case of a Russian was dismissed
by the court with prejudice.
Wife Wants Husband Who Thinks
She Deserted Him.
Alexander K. McGregor is sought by
his wife, Lottie M. McGregor, of San
Francisco, who has communicated with
the Portland police department
through Y. W. C. A. headquarters at
San Francisco.
Through a misunderstanding a com
panionship of 17 years has been dis
rupted because the husband believed
that his wife had deserted him. Mc
Gregor came to Portland, according to
information In the hands of the police,
looking for work andleft his wife in
the hospital at San Francisco. When
she recovered she heard nothing from
her husband and was low in funds, so
she went to San Jose for employment.
McGregor returned to San Francisco
and discovered that his wife had left.
but was unable to locate her.
Each believed the other had deserted.
McGregor, broken hearted, returned to
Portland, it Is said. He is described
as 49 years old, five feet five and a half
inches tall, slightly round-shouldered
and with a light mustache.
Boys to Be Informed of Their Status,
Duties and Privileges.
At a mass meeting of young men reg
istered in the selective draft. Classes I
II and III, to be held Monday evening
in the Auditorium at 8 o clock, instruc
tions and information will be given the
registrants regarding their status, du
ties and privileges. The meeting is
also for fathers of registrante.
Addresses will treat of the legal du
ties and privileges of selective service
men. their moral obligations, physical
welfare, etc., covering every phase of
their status, both before and after en
tering the service.
Among the speakers will be Captain
Richard Russell, of Camp Lewis, John
K. Kollock, of the State Council of
Defense, and Colonel Hibbard. The
meeting will be under direction of the
War Department, and attendance by
registered men, as well as by young
men between the ages of 17 and 21, is
Excellent merchants' lunch served 11
to 8 P. M., consists of aoup, meats (In
eluding roast veal or beef), two vesre
tables, bread and butter, dessert and
drink. Special Sunday chicken dinner.
60c Chinese delicacies at all hours.
Open 11 A. M. to 2 A. M. Music and
dancing. All kinds of soft drinks. The
Young China Grille, 133 Park St.. Cor
nelius Hotel, bet. Wash, and Alder.
We wish to thank our manv frienda
for their kind expressions of sympathy
and their presence at the funeral serv
ices of our husband and father, and for
the many beautiful floral offerings. v
also inann rtev. j. it. Bowfrsox for his
worm or comiort and Mr. and Mrs. J. F
Hamilton for the beautiful music.
We desire to extend to the many kind
inenua our nearueii tnanka and sin
cere appreciation for the kindness
snown us ciurmir our recent bereavement.
kt. m. n. Hertzier and Family.
Adv. Albert P. Siebert and Son.
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the best
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Keeping the Faith
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These are times when the public must
place its faith implicitly in the integrity and
reputation of a store.
As in the past, we shall continue to deliver
the utmost value for your money in known
quality merchandise, such as
the makers of which are pledged to the
same honest, best-in-the-long-run policy.
You can depend on them.
$25, $30, $35 and Up
'Advance Showing of Kuppenheimer
Fall Suits and Overcoats for Men and
Young Men.
Corrricfat 191
Th Bmm 9i Knris)ia
The Kuppenheimer House in Portland
W. Ambrose, Acting Manager of
Portland Branch, Federal Reserve
Bank, Gets Word.
W. N. Ambrose, acting manager of
the Portland branch. Federal Reserve
Bank, yesterday received official i n
nouncement of the appointment of a
district committee on capital issues for
the Twelfth Federal Reserve District
to supersede the previous sub-commit
tees on capital issues and its auxiliary
committee. The committee is named
by the capital issues committee cre
ated by the War Finance Corporation
act last April.
The members of the superseded com
mittees have been included among
those appointed on the enlarged dis
trict committee, the personnel of which
is as follows:
John Perrln, chairman, chairman of the
board. Federal Reserve Bank, San Fran
cisco; James K. Lynch, vice-chairman, gov
ernor Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco:
Ueorge A. Batcheldor, of K. II. Kolllns &
Sons, San Francisco; l. w . ttenman, presi
dent Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank,
San Francisco; C K. Mcintosh, vice-presi
dent Bank of California, N. A., San Fran
cisco; J. F. Sartorl, president Security Na
tional Bank and Security Trust & savings
Bank, L.os Angeles; Herbert Fleishhacker,
alternate; George K. Weeks, president Na
tional City Company of California, San Fran
The foregoing have been appointed
an executive committee.
F. F. Johnson, president Boise City Na
tional Bank. Boise, Ida.; John Henderson,
president Henderson Banking Company,
Elko, Nev.; A. M. cnatiey, vice-presiaent
Home Savings Bank, Los Angeles; Henry
W. Keller, capitalist, Los Angeles; Gall H.
Johnson, vice-president pacific Mutual Life
Insurance Company. Los Angeles; rl. J. Ma
Clung, president Phoenix National Bank,
Phoenix, Ariz.; A. L. Wills, president First
National Bank. Portland: J. C. Alnsworth.
president United States National Bank. Port-
and; L. H. Farnswortn, presiaeni waiter
Brothers, bankers. Salt Lake City, Utah;
n. B. Burmtster, vice-president and cashier
Savings Union Bank & Trust Company, San
Francisco; James J. Fagan. vice-president
Crocker National Bank, San Francisco;
Herbert Fleishhacker. president Anglo &
London-Paris National Bank, San Fran
cisco; also alternate on executive commit
tee lor J. 1 . oartoru: o tn it 1 Muzvra.
president Mercantile National Bank, San
Francisco; M . F. Hackus, president national
Bank of Commerce. Seattle, Wash.; C. J.
Slienherd. manager Federal Reserve Branch.
Seattle. Wasli. ; 1. W. Twrohy. president Old
National Bank, Spokane, wasn. : Kaipn .
Stacey, president National Bank of Tacoma,
Of this general committee thn fol
lowing constitute the executive com
mittee. Messrs. Ferrin. Lyncn. tjaicn-
elder, Hellman. Mcintosh, Sartori,
Fleishhacker and Weeks.
All applications for approval of is
suing securities should be addressed in
duplicate to Capital issues tjommiitee,
National Metropolitan Bank building.
Washington, D. C and a triplicate
copy sent to District Committee on
Capital Issues, care Federal Reserve
Bank. San Francisco.
Forms will bo supplied which must
be used in all applications. Capital
issues committee will pass upon all
Issues aggregating more than $100,000
by one obligor, but the district com
mittee has original and final jurisdic
tion in issues aggregating $100,000 or
Portland subscribed for bonds to the
amount of $15,063,250. of the total sub
scription of Oregon that totaled $27,
436,100. Of the Portland subscription
$3,046,000 was paid for In cash at the
time of the campaign.
More than 70 per cent of the total
amount of $12,017,250 outstanding at the
close of the drive has been paid by
Portland subscribers. Testerday the
third Installment of 85 per cent of the
purchase price of the bond bought on
the Installment plan fell due, and it Is
estimated that about one-fourth of the
subscribers in this class have paid for
their bonds in full.
Citizens Report Dangerous Man
Roaming About at Xlglit.
Persistent reports from residents of
Sellwood to police headquarters Indi
cate the presence there of a dangerous
man roaming about the neighborhood
annoying women and children and dis
turbing others.
A. B. Ellison, 1651 East Eleventh
street, describes the "peeping Tom" as
between 45 and 60 years of age, weigh
ing about 150 pounds, wearing a brown
slouch hat, brown coat, brown trous
ers, heavy shoes and rather ahabby
E. P. Chanters, 1613 East Sixteenth
street, reports a man of similar de
scription exposing his person to women
passing along the Macadam road past
Riverview Cemetery. He adds to the
description of Mr. Ellison that the man
Is five feet six Inches tall and smokes
cigarettes in a long holder. The police
are investigating.
Portland Snbscrlbers Paying for
Third Loan Bonds.
Portland Is going over the top splen
didly in paying the installments on
bonds purchased under the partial pay
ment plan in the third liberty loan.
Price of Coal to
Advance Soon
By getting your coal NOW
you will save money and do
your bit.
Coal Co.
Broadway 358 or A 3358
Mother of Girl Sentenced.
CENTRAL! A, Wash.. July 18. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. T. D. Thurman of this city
was arrested Monday on a charge of
assisting her daughter to escape from
the State School for Girls at Grand
Mound. Mrs. Thurman was fined $20
and costs, but sentence was suspended.
Public Service Conmlssloa Also Per.
an Its C. t . It. to Aavaare
III Rate.
Hearing called by the Tubllc Serv
ice Commission of Oregon, on the ap
plication of the American Railway
Express Company for an increase of
10 per cent in express rates, was held
at the office of the commission. 252
Courthouse, Wednesday.
There was no material protest mad?
although a representative of the city
was in attendance, and Henry E. Reed,
membep of the Milk Commission, ap
peared in his official capacity and re
served the right to protest later. The
express company was represented by
Superintendent Viete.
The hearing was based upon the for
mal application of the company to
Increase rates in conformity with an
order of the Interstate Commence Com
mission authorizing an Increase which
appeared to apply to intrastate as well
as Interstate rates. under the Ore
gon law the Increase could not be put
into, effect without the notice required
by the statute.
A conference was held by the com
mission with President Kerry, of the
Columbia & Nehalem Riven Railroad,
and C. A. Veatey, counsel for the com
pany, relative to a material Increase
In rates that has been asked for on
that road, based upon the representa
tion that present rates are not ade
quate. No specific objection was made
to the rates by shippers, but some
objections were made to conditions of
service. The outcome . as an under
standing that the road Will withdraw
its former application and file a new
schedule. The new rates will go into
effect, but protests may be made later.
Commissioners Miller and Corey held
Mil i) 13 fuO
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'The proof of the pud
ding lies in the eating"
an old adage, as true as the
gospel. And it will take but.
a taste to convince you that
Frank's Broths Chicken
with rice and Beef with barley
are as good as good broths
can be. They're made the
way you yourself would make
them pure, wholesome
and delicious.
List of FRANK Product
For Sandwiches To Serve Hot
To Slice:
French feat-Treat
Banquet Meat-Treat
Ham Meat-Treat
Tongue Meat-Treat
Chicken Meat-Treat
Chicken a la King
Hamburger Steaks
Breaded Pork Chops
Chicken (with rice
Beef (with barley)
Ask your dealer for
just heat and eat.
KxrluulT hol sale Distributors,
fort Lund. Or., and W alia Walla. Wash.
conferences with representatives of the
traffic departments of terminal lines
regarding; tentative arnansrements for
grading of Rraln in the movement of
the new crop to market.
Hotel Manager Makes Change.
Charles II. Rowley, formerly con
nected with the Imperial Hotel and the
Nortonla Hotel of Portland and for the
past two year, manager of the Jordan
Hotel. Qlendlve. Mont., has assumed the
manaa-pment of the Olive Hotel, at Miles
City, Mont. Mr. Rowley is interested
with the new company that has just
made the purchase of the Olive Hotel
and while his duties will keep him at
the Olive Hotel he will also spend some
time at his former position. Mrs. Row
ley will join her husband in a few days.
Phone vonr want ads to The Orego
nlan. Main 7070. A Sn5.
Uncle Sam rj
II asks your loyal support j jj
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It Is Utterly Impossible to Make a Better and
Bigger Value Than
At the Pre-War Price of 325.00 Terms
We have only 5 left out of a carload received
over a week ago. Our competitors actually
admit the impossibility of beating our Far
rand value at the price.
Terms to Suit You
Bush & Lane Piano Co.
Twelfth and Washington Sts.
We have arranged our delivery system to meet the re
quirements of the Government. From now on there
will be bat one delivery each day on each route. This
is one of th Nation's war measures and we are all
expected to support it loyally.
M I N C K Ii r I. M S New
rack, full wHihi, 20.- size.
.arnS...f:?r.3for 50c
California Ripe Ollvra.
Mount Ida brand. Hlte
for 20C 4io '"35c
rampbelt'a oop, any?Cj
kind, elx for OiJC
Sweet Apple lr ?wet
and pirre as it flowed from
the pr. two tf OC
cans. 25ri doa.
Black C arrant They are
now in market and will
last onlv a short time.
Order today, per Qn
dozen boxes. ... O A OVJ
Telephones: Main 7200 and A 6181
Tenth and Washington Street
Open day and evening all the year.
Enter at any time no term beginnings.
All commercial branches taught. Civil
service work specialized. Individual in
struction given. Continuous calls for
help. Position as soon as competent.
Illustrated catalog free. Call at college,
telephone Broadway 1821, or write.
Spend your vacation in
ST0P r-lt4l"f?l
. ATTHE 11 'ka I stasias
On Geary Street. Jnst off Union Square,
close to everything worth while. Good
accommodations fiom $1.50 up. Breakfast
36e and 60c (Sundays 75c), Xittncn 60c,
Dinner 81 (Sundays S1.2S). Municipal
car line passes the door. Stewart Motor
Bos meets principal trains and steamers.
staii at Seen. MAml78,l78lJ (.. .V4g3ffi ;
turnea. Aav,