Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 14, 1918, Page 11, Image 11

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    THE- MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1918. "
HEW HULL ACCEPTED
Will Hold a Reception for Parents and Children ffxtyy f I
TODAY AT 2:30-fth Floor Free Souvenirs VUIIIC. f
aoBuster Brown and Tige
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Calala Enters on Career as
U. S. Shipping Board Carrier.
DALALA WEARS COMPLETION
Pacific Marine Iron Works Fitting
Out All Supple-Ballln Ships
m Far as New Machinery
Is Concerned.
Snterlng on her career today as a
TJnited States Shipping Board carrier
and allotted to the Mataon Navigation
Company to be used In the Pacific
trade, the steamer Calala. the first of
in 4300-ton composite ships finished
at the Supple-Ballln plant, will be
watched with Interest by the shipbuild
ing and shipping fraternity. Just as
have others of distinctive types put
anoat.
Acceptance of the Calala was made
yesterday by the Emergency Fleet Cor
poratlon and she will be prepared for
sea. The Dalala is to be ready the
last of August, and the Wallowa will
probably be next. The latter shifts
todsy from the East Main-street plant
e-r the Pacific Marine Iron Works to
the Belmont-street plant to complete
her machinery installation, and the
Alrlle, which was launched July 16.
goes from the Supple-Ballln dock to
the East Main-street plant to receive
her equipment.
The vessels are all of the Balltn type,
classed as 4500-ton carriers, and be
cause of thein size it is not Improbable
some of them will find their way to
other waters. With six afloat the
builders have the same number yet to
launch, two of which are well along,
and later vessels may be larger.
The Paciflo Marine Iron Works Is
fitting out all of the Supple-Ballln
ships as far as the machinery Is con
cerned. After that Is aboard the ves
sels go back to the builders for Joiner
work and such finishing details. In ad
dition to those vessels, the Pacific Ma
rine Iron Works has 16 steamers to fit
out for the Emergency Fleet Corpora
tion, some of them being now at the
plants. The recent leasing of addl
tional waterfrontage at the Belmont
street plant has been followed by the
starting of another slip for berthing
ships.
That Is among the largest shops ot
th kind on the Coast and with the
Willamette Iron A Steel Works fitting
out wooden ships for the Standifer
Interests, with prospects that many
more of them will be undertaken dur
ing .the Fall and Winter. Portland will
be able to Increase deliveries above
those at yards which have their own
Installation facilities.
there Is a steady output of donkey
engines and such gear for the spruce
production forces and the fitting out
of 8800-ton steel ships is being car
ried along merrily.
FLEET IX RIVER JfOIBERS 70
Vessels Either Finished or Having
Their Machinery Installed.
Just 70 new ships were afloat in the
Columbia and Willamette rivers yes
terday, representing the handiwork of
crews in every plant along the course
of those streams. Of the number nine
are for the French government and
seven wertf built on private account,
the others being for the Emergency
Fleet Corporation.
At the Merchants Exchange a spe
cial blackboard, where in previous
years there was maintained a list of
vessels In port, has been turned over
by Manager Clark to keeping track of
ine vessels leaving the ways in the
river zone. The board does not show
all that have been constructed during
mo present revival of ship work, as
many have gone, so the comDllatlon
deals with the tonnage either ready for
service or having machinery Installed.
BOAT BUILDERS EXEMPT
ADJITAST-CESERAL GETS RILI.NG
FROM HIGH OFFICIAL.
G. A. R. Encampment Aug. 19-23 If You Have Rooms to Rent, List Them at the Yarn Booth on the First Floor
Ma ni curing and Hair dressing Parlors, 2d Floor Flags, 4th Floor Furniture and Draperies on the Third Floor
Late Order Overrules Position Takes
District Board In Passing
Deferred Claims.
CAUIJLERS RETURN' TO POSTS
Strikers and Motorship Officials Reach
Agreement at Conference.
ABERDEEN. Wash.A.ug.12. (Special.)
Practically all the union caulkers
and apprentices, between 45 and 60 men,
who quit work at the Grays Harbor
Motorship yard Saturday morning, re
turned to their jobs today, following a
settlement reported late last night at
conference with motorship officials.
fey the terms of their latest pledge the
caulkers agreed to have at work in the
yard within a week 100 Journeymen
and apprentices, that number being
deemed by the company as essential to
the maximum efficiency of the yard.
carpenter caulkers already placed at
work by the company will continue
caulkers until the union makes good
Its promise.
The union this morning put on the
Job about 20 Journeymen caulkers, 25
apprentices and 20 beadlers, making a
force of about 65 . men now listed as
journeymen or apprentice caulkers.
The anion members are pledged to sud
ply the deficiency of 35 men from the
ranks of other crafts employed in the
yard, and it Is expected that little
trouble will be met in getting that
number of young men to entor t je
ranks of the caulkers. Full co-operation
of the company Is promised.
In the event of the failure of the
union to supply a force of 100 men at
the end of the week It has been said
the caulking situation will be placed
on a carpenter caulker basis.
DOCK ENTRANCE IS CLOSED
Absence of Watchman Prompts Mar
shal to Enforce War Rales.
Enforcement of water front wan reg.
illations relative to docks used by
ocean-going vessels of 600 tons and
more by United States Marshal Alex
ander has caused the closing of the
Couch-street entrance to the dock ot
the Clatskanle Transportation Com
pany, operating the steamer Beaver.
Vehicles are now routed via Davis
street, where they must leave as well
as enten, and the driveway between
the Couch-street and Davis-street
docks has been closed.
The reason assigned Is that watch
men were not employed by the steam,
boat line. As vessels of the Parr
McCormlck line berth between the
Burnside-street bridge and Couch
street to discharge California cargo
they come within the regulation, so
watchmen are employed. As the steam
boat company did not hare a watch
man when using the same entrance as
the Panr-McCormlck line, the former
was compelled to use the Davis-street
entrance.
District boards may grant deferred
classification to registrants on the sole
ground that they are employed in the
shipyards, according to a ruling re
ceived by Adjutant-General John Will
iams yesterday. This overrules a post
tion taken by the district board here
that the men must have their Emer
gency Fleet Corporation exemption pa
pers to gain deferred classification.
i he matter came ud as a result of
the meeting of shipyard owners last
week, when it was asserted that many
men almost indispensable in the work
were being put in class 1 by the dis
trict board.
The Adjutant-General telegraDhed to
waxmngton as follows:
Can district board grant deferred
classification on industrial grounds to
registrant employed in the buildine-
and fitting of ships in a plant under
the supervision of the Emergency Fleet
corporation on a claim predicated on
such employment?"
Provost Marshal-General Crowder re
plied: "The answer is yes."
POINT ADAMS FOR BIG LINE
Best Butter
2 lbs. $1.15
Fourth Floor No deliveries ex
cept with other purchases in
the Grocery Department. Glen
wood Butter, 2 pounds $1.15
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Olds, Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Ice Cream
Sandwiches
5r EACH Something new
Served - TODAY for the first
time 4th Floor.
Wednesday In the Basement Underprice Store
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American-Hawaiian to Operate
Latest Product ot Albina Plant.
Fdr a steamer of her size the Point
Adams, of 1800 tons deadweight, is to
pass through more changes of man
agement before actually getting into
service than any of her sisters or
larger carriers built here. She was
declared finished Monday and deliv
ered by the Albina Engine & Machine
works to the steel division of the
Emergency Fleet Corporation and' to
day she will be turned over to the Pa
cific Steamship Company and immedi
ately afterward to the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company. Of six of
the type finished so far the Point
Adams is the first named after an Ore
gon promontory.
Captain A. J. Storrs, general supre
intendent of the Pacific fleet, is here
to receive the vessel, and his employ
ers are acting as agent of the American-Hawaiian
line. Though no offi
cial instructions have arrived as to the
assignment of nine others of the same
size the Albina plant has under con
tract. It Is assumed that they will
continue to be turned over to steam
ships concerns operating In the
Pacific.
Basement
EXTRA SPECIAL
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and Dresses Special
Basement The materials alone in many of these garments are worth far more than
the above price. All are this season's styles mostly in tailored effects that can be
worn on any occasion. The suits are shown in both serges and wool materials in black
and a good range of colors. The dresses are made up in high-grade silks with fancy
collars, pockets, belts, etc. Great many pleasing styles to select from and a good repre
sentation of the wanted colors. The coats are also very desirable, many with J?Q A K
popular wide belts. No exchanges, none sent C. O. D., none on approval DeJ
Basement EXTRA SPECIAL Basement
Odd Lots Men's Shoes
Glean-up Sale Pair
Basemenf-Only about 1000 pairs in this offering and they are such remarkable values
that we predict a qufck clearaway. Being odd lines there are not all sizes in each style,
but a good range of sizes in the lot. High-class footwear from a prominent maker but
toned or laced medium and narrow toes. Excellent quality patent leather, gunmetal
calf, tan, vici kid and tan calf. Extra salespeople will be on hand to see that QQ
customers are waited upon promptly but shop in the morning if possible OtetO
Double S. & H. Green Trading Stamps given with all Basement cash purchases today.
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Good Toilet Paper
25 Rolls for
Basement Put up in
good size rolls. Not
more than 25 rolls to
a customer. Special
for Wednesday's sell
ing, 25 rolls for $1.00
Men's Dress Shirts
Priced Special
Basement Choice as
sortment of fancy stripe
patterns. Good quality
material and well made.
Full range of sizes.
Men's Shirts at $1.00
Men's Neckwear
Special 3 for
Basement Several
hundred Ties in this
big sale. Great variety
of patterns and colors.
See these splendid ties
on sale at 3 for $1.00
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Women's Hosiery
3 Pairs Only
Basement Women's
fancy Hose, white with
blue combinations. Dou
ble heel and toe. "Ex
cellent quality. Priced
special, 3 pairs $1.00
$1.50 Night Gowns
Priced Special
Basement Muslin
Night Gowns, Envelope
"hemise and Skirts. Odd
lines slightly soiled and
mussed. Priced special
Wednesday only $1.00
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PliANT MACHINERY RECEIVED
Last Hydraulic Gear Being Installed
at Standifer Steel Yard.
Arrival of the last of the hydraulic
machinery required for the steel plant
of the G. M. Standifer Construction
Corporation, at Vancouver, was re
ported yeBterday and its installation
will be hastened so that all of the mod
ern equipment in the shop and else
where may be operated to the limit.
Already three keels for 9500-ton
steamers are down, the first having
been laid a week ago Saturday, and no
more are to be started until consider
able additional material is received, i
being the aim to carry on work faster
on those under way. The yard con
struction force is proceeding with
foundation work for the machine shop
to be erected convenient to the fitting
out dock. Piling is being driven for
the latter Just below the bridge of the
North Bank road. It will be about 600
feet long and 100 feet wide.
Marino Rotes.
BOILERS BCILT
MAXT StARETE
Willamette Iron & Steel Works Ro.h
Work for Government.
Approximately 125 Scotch marine
toilers have been delivered or are
nearly completed at the Willamette
Iron Steel Works since the Spring
of 1917. and ordors for boilers yet to
te Begun numoes 155. From testing
nine boilers a month last year the
output climbed to 13 a month and
recently to It. while there is reason
to expect IS to 20 boilers being tested
in August.
Antoine Labbe. vioe-presldrnt of the
corporation, says such spurts are not
boasted of. and that the aim Is for
a steady output, which Is regulated
by the receipt of steel material. The
activity of the boilershop does not
represent all that is being accom
plished In win work, however, for
We manufacture fcr onipbuCder
BOAT SPIKES
BOLTS
SHIP RIVETS
NORTHWEST STEEL CO.
Portland, Oregon '
At the regular monthly meeting of the
Orrron State Board of rilot Commissioners
yesterday the river branch of CaptaJn H. T.
Oroves was ordered renewed and appllca
tlons for bar branch licensee filed by Cap
rain Jack Reed and Captain Gustaf I.orstedt
were not finally acted on. but are expected
to be at the next meeting.
R. J. A. O'Reilly, of the Diamond O fleet
who passed part of the warm period Ir
July in the warmer clime of Southern Cali
fornia, has returned and Is again directlns
tne movements ef the harbor coterie.
Another satisfactory trial trip yesterday
was that of the French auxiliary schooner
Lieutenant Granier. of the Foundation Com
psny's vessels. The steel steamer Western
Maid left las night on her endurance run
to sea and return.
Guy M. Standifer, president of the G. M.
Ptandlfer Construction Corporation, entered
the proud parenta class yesterday, due to
the arrival of a daughter. Mrs. Standifer
and the newcomer were said to be In the
best of health and the head of the family
naa m airricult time carrying out the
sponslblltles of his office there, at the same
time keeping In tonch with the highly Im
portant affairs of the three busy shipyards.
Wcstport Takes to Waler.
S RATTLE, Aug. 11. The 8800-tos
steel steamship TVestport. a com
mandeered Norwegian contract, was
slipped Into the water during the night
here by the Ames Shipbuilding & Dry.
dock Company. This was the eighth
large vessel floated since ground for
the plant was broken only 15 months
ago. Alias Margaret Sheldon Ames,
daughter of President Edgar Ames, of
the company, christened the ship.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
High. . I Ixw
-42 A. M 5.2 feet 0:01 A. M....2.S feet
6:32 P. il 7.4 feetl
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Aug. 13. Condition at
S P. M. Sea, smooth; wind north 26 miles.
6 TO MEET AFTER 25 YEARS
Clark Brothers and Their Sister Will
Hold Reunion in Portland.
Outing" Flann'l Gowns
Priced Special
Basement "Women's
Outing Flannel Night
Gowns of good quality.
Cut in full standard
sizes and nicely finished.
Soiled. Special $1.00
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Men's Union Su
Priced Special
Basement E nee and
ankle length styles;
gauze and ribbed. These
are excellent $1.39
Union Suits. Men's $1.39
Union Suits for $1.00
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High-Grade Corsets
Priced Only
B a s e m e n t Royal
Worcester and Miller
Corsets two makes
noted for 6ervice and
style. Several mod
els, all sizes, $1.00
15x24-inHuck Towels
Special, 12 for
Basement Limit two
dozen to a customer,
and no telephone orders
filled. Good size for
hotel use. On sale now,
the dozen, at $1.00 ff- 5-
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Heavy Twill Muslin
Special, 4 Yds.
Basement Full 36
inches wide and splen
did heavy grade. Slight
ly imperfect about the
selvage. Priced special
at 4 yards for $1.00
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Fine Long Cloth
Special 6 Yds.
Basement Fine soft
longcloth, suitable for
underwear and baby
garments. Limit 12
yards to a customer.
Special, 6 yards $1.00
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Women's Midd
Priced Special
Basement Odd lines
Women's and Misses'
famous Peggy Stewart
Middies. Plain white or
with colored collars and
cuffs. Special at $1.00
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Fancy Bureau Scarfs
Special 2 for
Basement Size 18x50
inches. Lace and em
broidery trimmed
styles and good grade
material. Don't over
look this. 2 for $1.00
Men's Black Hosiery
Special 5 Pairs
Basement These are
the kind you usually
pay 25c for. Excellent
wearing quality. Double
heel and toe: Priced
special, 5 pairs $1.00
Women's Camisoles
Special, 2 for
Basement Dainty Lace
Trimmed Camisoles in
assorted styles. Made
up in fine silks, laces,
etc. White and colors.
Wednesday 2 for $1.00
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Special 2 . for
Basement Hundreds of
pieces in this great one
day sale. Collars, Sets,
Vestees, etc This sea
son's most attractive
styles 2 for $1.00
Odd Lines Umbrellas
Priced Special
Basement Clean-up
sale of about 100 Men's
and Women's Umbrel
las. Good strong frames
and good covers. Priced
special at, each, $1.00
Children's Hosiery
Special, 4 Prs.
Basement Boys' and
Girls' School Hose in
medium weight, with
double heels and toes.
Black only. Priced
special, 4 pairs $1.00
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ssainisl
Trimmed Millinery
Priced Special
Basemen t Women's,
Misses' and Children's
Trimmed Hats in black,
white and colors, large
or small. Priced for
quick clean-up at $1.00
Women's Union Suits
Special, 3 for
Basement Women's
light weight Summer
Union Suits, low neck,
sleeveless, knee length.
Excellent 50c garments
on sale at 3 for $1.00
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Women's Outing Hats
Priced Special
Basement Large Sail- ,
ors in fancy striped ef- jr
fects, Rolling Brims and R
smau nais in piain col
ors. Sateen, pique, pop
lin, straw, felt, $1.00
Boys' Heavy Hosiery
Special, 3 Prs.
Basement Splendid
Heavy Stockings that
will render best of serv
ice. Double heel and
toe; fast black. Priced
special, 3 pairs $1.00
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Large Garment Bags
Special 4 for
Bit semen t Moth
proof, dust-proof and
air-proof. Specially
prepared paper? good
substantial hanger.
Special, 4 for $1.00
Women's Knit Vests
Special, 5 for
Basement Low neck
and sleeveless, also low
neck with wing sleeves.
These are standard 25c
and 29c Vests. Wednes
day, 5 for only $1.00
Boys' School Pants
Special, Pair,
Basement Made up in
good serviceable dark
mixtures. Only 200
pairs in all to sell at
this price. Sizes 6 to 15.
On sale, pair $1.00
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36-in. Check Dimity
Special 5 Yds.
Basement Very desir
able for children's un
derwear, dresses, ap
rons, etc. Full 36 inches
wide. On sale for one
day at 5 yards $1.00
Good Table Damask
Special 2 Yds.
Basement Re m n an t
pieces containing two
yards. Choice assort
ment of patterns. Serv
iceable half-bleach dam
ask, 2-yard piece $1.00
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Women's Tea Aprons
Special 2 for
Basement These are
shown in many pretty
styles, trimmed with
laces and ribbons.
Good quality material.
Special,- 2 for $1.00
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Women's Hosiery
Special, 3 Prs.
Basement Plain black
or black with white feet,
double heels and toes.
It will pay you to lay
in a good supply of
these 3 pairs $1.00
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36x48 Baby Blankets
Priced Special
Basements White with
blue border and name
"Baby" worked in cor
ner. These are worth
more money. Priced spe
cial at, each, $1.00
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15-in. Table Napkins
Special, Dozen
Basement Mercerized
Damask Napkins in
many neat designs. Size
15x15 inches. 100 doz
en on sale Wednesday,
Basement, dozn $1.00
Men's Bathing Suits
Priced Special
Basement Men's -Knit
Bathing Suits in black
trimmed with white
stripes. Nearly all sizes
in this lot. Priced for
Wednesday, suit $1.00
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Large Bed Pillows
Priced, Each,
Basement 19x26-inch
Bed Pillows filled with
sanitary feathers and
covered with good
grade ticking; 2 to a
customer, each $1.00
Envelope Chemise
Priced Special
Basement Women's
fine Envelope Chemise
of good quality long
cloth fn white and pink.
Attractively trimmed.
Priced special at $1.00
Women's Hand Bags
Priced Special
Basement Women's
Handbags and Purses
of real leather. Several
different styles and
sizes. Bags well worth
$i.u priced at i.uii tSiij
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Girls' Wash Dresses
Special, 2 for
Basement Only a lim
ited number of Dresses
in this lot. Wash ma-
terials. Sizes for girls
2 to 5 years. Priced
special, two for $1.00
18-in. Crash Toweling
Special 5 Yds.
Basement Good Heavy
C r a s h Toweling with
blue border. 18 inches
wide. Limit 20 yards to
a customer. Priced spe
cial, 6 yards for $1.00
Heavy Bath Towels
Special 6 for
Basement These
Towels aro in medium
size especially desir
able for hotel use.
Limit 1 dozen to a
customer, 6 for $1.00
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Fine Lace Curtains
Special, Pair,
Basement 2 yards
long and 134 yards
wide. Shown in attrac
tive patterns. Fine for
bedrooms. Limit 3 pairs
to customer, pair $1.00
24-inch Silk Poplins
Special, 2 Yds.
Basement Good heavy
lustrous material fori
dresses and waists.
Black and all wanted
colors; 24-Inch Silk
Poplins, 2 yards $1.00
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Five brothers and one sister will have
their first reunion in 15 years next
week In Portland as a result of the
G. A. R. convention. Four brothers
now are In Portland.
The .sister. Mrs. James Stewart. Is a
member of the Woman's Belief Corps
of Junction City. Kan. The fifth
brother. J. H. Clark, of Xavenport. Ia..
will also be here for the O. A. R. Meet
ing.
The Portland members of the farnPy.
y Clean-up of Odd Lines Women's Wearing Apparel
Special I able Containing Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Sweaters and Petticoats m Basement Sale at
YOU WILL NEED TO COME EARLY in order to share in these bargains. It's a final clearaway of all odd lines gathered from the ready-to-wear section;
garments remaining from former sales and lines that have been closed down to a single garment. We also have thrown in a number of sample's. In the assort
ment are Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Sweaters and Petticoats. YOUR CHOICE $1.00. All sales final no exchanges, no refunds. Double Stamps with cash purchases.
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who will entertain the two vlsltlnar
members are F. A. Clark, manager of
the Menlo and Clyde Hotels; Lee M.
Clark, president of Multnomah Print
ing: Company; Jay J. Clark, engineer
of the Clyde and Menlo Hotels, and A.
U. Clark, manager of the home industry
league o( the Chamber o commerce.
Whale Catches Increase
VICTORIA, B. C- Aug. 13. The total
catch of whales for the season has
been substantially increased by large
catches during the past few weeks, ac
cording to the Victoria JV'hallng Com
pany. Catches were apportioned, 4
follows: Kyuquot, 200; Rose Harbor,
100; Naden Harbor, 76; Bay City plant
at Grays Harbor, 125; Akutan, Aleutian
Islands, 153. The total is 653. -
Both Men Are Arrested.
Jamea Griffith, aged, 61. who a-short
time ago caused a barber to be brought
into Municipal Court on complaint of
charging an exorbitant price for dyeing
his mustache and other beauty touches,
was struck and knocked down by an
automobile driven by Nick Plecas at
the corner of Third and Glisan streets
last night, and was taken, to the Emer
gency Hospital for treatment. His in
juries were superficial and he was
later locked up in the City Jail charged
with drunkenness.
Plecas wan arrested by Patrolman
Foster, charged with reckless driving:
and- failing to -render assistance to hia
victim. Hla bail was Xixed at 150,