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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1919.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. A 6005
Sunday Kditor M ain 7070. A 05
Advertising Department. . . . Main 7070. A O05
Superintendent of Building. Main 7070, A 6095
HErt.IO ( Broad way at Taylor Orpheum
vaudeville. This afternoon and tonight.
BAKER (Broadway, near Morrison) Baker
players In "Baby Mine." Tonight.
PANTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville; three shows dally, 2:30, 7 and 9:05.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, 2 to S,
6:45 to 11 P. M. Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
STRAND 'Washington street, between Park
and West Park) Vaudeville and moving
LYRIC (Fourth and Ptark) Tyrle company
in "The Twins." This aiternon at 2:30
and tonight at 7:30.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK (cars at First
and Alder): Armstrong Folly company at
3 and 9 P. M. tiylay.
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Easiness Office. Oregontaa.
Call Main 4150 or A 415.
Awards Are Made. The awards of
scholarships and prizes have been made
In the school of the Portland Art as
sociation. Owinar to the variety of gifts
and evenness of merit of the work of
the art students, eligible for the awards,
each award was divided. The honor
scholarship of a year's tuition in the
nchool was given, a half year each, to
Miss Emma Calder and Miss Bonnie
DeVaul. The first prize for work done
in the portrait and life classes was
divided between Miss Marjorie Hall and
H. Tamanaka, and the second prize
between Miss Marian Butterworth and
Miss Alice Newell." The high school
scholarships were awarded to Miss
Evelyn Mordstrom. Jefferson; Miss
Edessa Campion, Washington, and Miss
Florence Andrews of the Oregon City
high school. The exhibition of the
work of the students of the art school,
"now in the smaller gallery at the art
museum, will close on May 23.
.. Librart Examination Announced.
.; The examination of candidates for the
- training class of the Portland Library
association will be held at the central
library Wednesday, June 18, from 9 to
1 and 2 to 6. The subjects considered
. are history and current events, litera
. ture and general information. Candi-
.dates must be high school graduates,
in good physical condition and from 20
to 35 years of age. College or univer
, F.ity training is a great advantage. In
Btructon is given for nine months. Any-
. one interested should consult Kthel R.
... Sawyer, director of the class, room D,
. at the central library, and file an ap
. . plication.
Fish Obstruction Ordered. For the
conservation of young trout spawned
In Pauline lake. Deschutes county.
State Game Warden Shoemaker has
authorized the expenditure of $50 for
the construction of an obstruction
which will prevent the fish being car
ried from the lake. It has been found
that the young trout are caught by
the swift current at the outlet of the
lake and are carried over a 75-foot
falls. The obstruction has been peti
tioned for by anglers of that section,
who have explained the situation to
the state game authorities and asked
that some steps be taken for the con
servation of the young fish.
Damages roit $7500 Asked. With the
contention that the elevator of the
Carlton hotel which he entered on De
cember 20. 1917. started upward with a
jerk throwing him to the floor with
his legs protruding, resulting in the
' severe crushing of his limbs, Victor
Brandt filed suit in the circuit court
yesterday against the Idora hotel com
pany, proprietors of the hotel in which
the accident occurred, asking damages
of $7500. Mr. Brandt declares the ele-
- vator operator descended to the main
floor after the accident, ran out of the
building and has not been seen since.
Electrical Dealers Aid Drive. In
..the interest of the "own your home"
campaign, now being carried on in
Portland, the Oregon Association of
,. Klectrical Contractors and Dealers, In
recent session, volunteered to attend
to the electric wiring of all homes built
under the campaign at a one-thrd re-
ductlon. from the prevailing cost of
wiring. The offer is counted upon, by
the campaign committee, to lend im
petus to the drive and is appreciated
as a display of co-operation such as
insures success to the local campaign
for more personally ow,ned homes.
Alleged Thieves Are Held. John
Kelly, Thomas Morton and -Alfred
Cowen, the latter a mere boy, were ar
rested yesterday by John D. Mann,
. chief deputy United States marshal,
. and charged with having robbed
freight cars between Portland and
Troutdale- on May 19. The men were
taken to the federal corridor of the
county jail to awajj trial. It Is al
.leged the trio secured tobacco, cigar
ettes and merchandise of other kinds
from the cars which they broke into.
Captain Kanzler to Speak. Plans
v are being formulated by the citizens of
Linnton for a Memorial day programme
consisting of an afternoon picnic for
... the children and adult3. In the even
ing the families will gather on the
. 'beach for supper together and a
- formal programme will be rendered.
. Captain Jacob Kanzler will be the prin
. cipal speaker. The children of the com
munity will put on a number of songs
... and exercises.
Mile Cure Extensive. Any treat
t merit which so affects the blood stream
v as does' the milk and rest cure is in
.. licated for a wide variety of diseases.
Because of its success in so many
diseases and the benefit It renders in
a. number of others the milk cure is
. rapidly taking its place near the head
. of the list. The Moore Sanitarium,
Phone East 47. Office 908 Selling bldg.
Phone Main 6101. Adv.
Miss Holman Sinos Tonight. Miss
Lillian Holman will sing nine ballad
songs by American composers at the
; community sing this evening in room
A, central public lbrary, Tenth and
.Yamhill streets. This is the third an
' niversary meeting of the Tuesday
night community sings held in room A.
Sirs. Edith Barber' will be the accom
panist. Carl F. Rocket to Return. Carl F.
r. Rochet, a Stanford university student
and former Oregonian carrier, who has
been overseas in the naval militia, will
; return to Portland tomorrow. Mr.
Rocket served on the United States
steamship Roepat. He is the son of
Airs. Anna E. Grivelli of this city.
The women physicians of Portland
, are requested to meet for luncheon at
12:30 Wednesday, May 28, at the Hotel
Portland to discuss business relative
to the American Women's hospitals.
Dr. Isabel Sedgwick, state chairman.
Special Dance Decoration Dat.
, Riverside Park, 6 to 10 P. M.
Big Time Tell Your Friends.
- , .Moose Orchestra Come.
-(Admission, gentlemen 65c, ladies 35c.
Addressing and Mailing. Superior
mailing and multigraphing service at
i reasonable rates. Mail lists compiled.
General stenographic work. 305 Oregon
i building. Phone Broadway 3732. Adv.
'- Dr. Wm. M. Campbell has returned
' from medical service U. S. army. Pro
fessional services by visit only until
offices can be secured. Residence Im-
- perial hotel. Phone Main 6431. Adv.
'-.. Crossroads Inn. junction of Gresham
and Base Line roads. Frank Coffin
berry, manager, chicken dinners. Phone
" Gresham, 831 for reservations. Adv.
V Dr. Arthur S. Rosenfeld has re
turned and resumed practice; Selling
" lidg. Adv.
See Turlat Today.
Turlay makes good clothes: 421 Fa.il
' Ins bldg.. 122 'a Third st. Adv.
Woman Pulls Husband's Hair.
Dorothea Barker would not clean her
home, refused to bathe for several
weeks at a time, made her husband
change their baby's garments, pulled
handfuls of hair from her husband's
head and in other ways made married
life unpleasant, asserts Lance D. Barker
in answer to a divorce complaint of
his wife, filed in the circuit court yes
terday. New divorce suits filed yes
terday were: John M. Wilson against
Venus Wilson, infidelity; Hester Yonce
against Robert Yonce, cruelty; Elvy
Mountain against William Mountain,
desertion; Carrie E. Martin against
Charles C. Martin, cruelty, and Henry
!. Pohlman against Myrtle Pohlman,
Three Hurt in Accidents. Collision
of a motorcycle ridden by P. W. Mas
terson. 681 East Seventy-fourth street
north, with an automobile driven by
Charles Fred at East Sixth and Weid
ler streets yesterday resulted in the
spraining of Mr. Masterson's foot. An
automobile driven by H. E. Levantune,
1035 East Ninth street north, struck
Harold Onsloa, of 167 Twenty-second
street, while the latter was skating on
the pavement near his home. The
hoy's injuries are not . serious. M.
Brenner. 595 Fifth street, suffered In
juries to his back when a truck in the
yards of the Northwest Steel company,
where he works, knocked him down,
lie is in St. Vincent's hospital.
Janitor Arrested by Police. Com
plaint that John Kay, a janitor, had
been carrying off 40 pounds of butter
In the bottom of a pail of buttermilk
which he bought from the Union Meat
company caused his arrest on a charge
of receiving stolen goods, yesterday.
Patrolman Schad, who m'ade the ar
rest, reported that Kay's confederates
in the employ of the company had
packed the butter for him, and that
the thefts had been accomplished daily
for a considerable period.
Alleged Ejection Starts Suit. Mr.
and Mrs. James Finley, lessees of the
Starbird farm on Gates road, Multno
mah county, filed suit for $11,000 dam
ages against Jessie T. Starbird and
his attorney, W. L. Cooper, in the cir
cuit court yesterday because of an
alleged forcible ejection on March 1.
All property and personal effects were
thrown out on the lawn in front of the
house and illness of children and dam
age to goods are alleged because of
exposure to the elements.
Election Measures Explained.
Speakers for the reconstruction meas
ures to be voted on June 3 made their
appearance In the theater of Portland
last night. All of the principal play
houses and picture houses had a four
minute talker to explain, briefly, the
measures and solicit support. The
theater managers agreed to this cam
paign at a conference held last week
by the managers. Mayor Baker and J
L. Etheridge, state director of the
WHEELBARROW8 THEFT CHARGED.
Police yesterday arrested John AVesley
at 412 Water street and charged him
with the larceny of five wheelbarrows
and some other tools which had been
hauled away from East Eleventh and
East Davis streets in a motor-truck.
Mr. Wesley protested thaP the removal
of the property was in accordance
with the terms of a sale in clearing
up title to an estate. The inspectors
released him on his own recognizance.
Druggist Is Fined $250. Sol Miller,
druggist at 21 North Third street, who
pleaded guilty to an indictment for
violation of the prohibition law, was
fined $250 by Presiding Judge Sraple
ton Saturday. In the basement of his
drug store was found a heavy stock of
alcoholic bay rum and several cases
of Portolive, a combination of olive
oil and port wine which does not mix,
making it a simple matter to siphon off
Attorney Gets $1250 Fee. A fee of
S. J. Silverman, attorney, was fixed at
$1250 by a jury in the court of Circuit
Judge Morrow yesterday for services
to Fred P. Wittenberg. Mr. Silverman
was asking for $3250 for legal advice
extending over three years and the
handling of four legal matters for Wit
tenberg. He brought the suit in the
name, of his stenographer, M. O'Day.
Mount Tabor Methodist Over.
Mount Tabor Methodist church has sub
scribed $9400 toward the centenary
fund. It3 -quota was only $8000. The
centenary fund will be used for home
and foreign missions and for recon
struction. The church at Mount Tabor
is one of the banner churches in its
interest in this campagn.
Merchant Leaves for Japan. T.
Nakaya, manager of the local firm of
S. Ban & Co., importers of Oriental
goods, left last night for Puget Sound,
where he will take ship for Japan, on
a three months' buying trip for his
American Dancing Club, east "W. O.
W. hall; Tues., 35c. Adv.
Dr. Marion J. Jones returned; Mor
gan bldg. Phone Main 8206. Adv.
Razors and safety blades sharpened.
Portland Cutlery Co., 86 6th st. Adv.
JUDGE TAAVELL IN. CRASH
AUTOMOBILE DRIVEN BT JOXES
COLLIDES WITH ANOTHER.
Both Machines Are Badly Damaged;
Official Places Blame on
A collision on East Eleventh and
Halsey streets Friday afternoon, be
tween a county automobile driven by
County Judge Tazwell and a car driven
by Lee Jones, damaged the county ma
chine to such an extent that an ex
penditure of $510.50 will be necessary to
put it back into working condition, ac
cording to a report made to the county
commissioners yesterday. The damage
to the Jones machine was estimated
Judge Tazwell told the commission
ers that the accident happened about
5:40 o'clock as he was on his way home
trom the courthouse; that he was driv
ing between 17 and 18 miles an hour
and that the other machine came upon
him at a cross street "like a etreak of
lightning." He said he managed to
swerve his machine and had the other
turned an accident would have been
avoided. As it was, they crashed to
gether, wrecking both cars and se
verely jolting but not injuring the oc
cupants. "The Jones boy told me he taw me
coming half a block away, the night
of the accident, but later decided he
h.d not seen my car until after we had
crashed," said Judge, Tazwell. The
jurist declared he was alone in his
machine. The commissioners took the
matter of selling the county machine
for junk or having it repaired under
advisement. The car was a 1918 model
We are taking orders for Ford Tour
ings, Roadsters. Sedans and Couplets,
with Electric Starter and Lighting Sys
tem installed at the factory.
RUSHLIGHT & PENNEY. INC,
Authorized Ford Dealers,
363 E. Broadway. City.
Phones: E. 303 E. 8367 C 1561. Adv.
Desks, tables, chairs, filing cabinets,
sectional bookcases, safes. Furniture
dept. The J. K. Gill Co., 3d and Alder sts.
After the civil war. up to the time of
Roosevelt, every president of the United
States, except Cleveland, had served
in the civil war.
BANK ADDS TO FACILITIES
XORTirtVESTERX NATIONAL EN
LARGES FOREIGN BRANCH.
Walter H. Brown Placed in Charge;
Import, Export and Panama
Canal Trade Aided.
Anticipating the expansion of foreign
trade and realizing the opportunities
for development in this direction on
the Pacific coast, the management of
the Northwestern national bank is ex
tending the scope of the foreign depart
ment. Walter H. Brown has been
elected assistant cashier in charge.
Mr. Brown has been identified with
the bank for several years, coming to
the Institution when the Merchants na
tional was absorbed. He is well known
rn financial cirles and especially among
those who make use of the facilities in
import and export trade with Pacific
ports in the United States. Canada and
the Orient, and in South American coun
Bills of exchange, commercial letters
of credit and acceptances of the North-
Waller M. Hrom, ttlrrtfd Alt
ant Cashier of JVorthw extern
. National Bank.
western National bank are becoming
familiar In many commercial centers.
As merchants and manufacturers of this
district find new markets and as the
business of the port expands. Its facili
ties will be enlarged to afford all pos
sible aid for the larger needs of the
Disbursements for ships engaged in
foreign, or even in coastwise trade of
the United States, including as is now
often the case the canal trip between
the two oceans, involves transactions of
considerable importance, all of which'l
enter into trade matters within this
branch of the service Hanks perform for
customers. Under the direction of Mr.
Brown the Northwestern National bank
will extend its activities to care for
these wants of clients.
SEVEN FIND SPEED COSTLY
Fines Totaling $190 Imposed by
Court In One Day.
Seven autoists who appeared before
District Judge Bell yesterday on
charges of speeding on Sandy road
paid fines aggregating $190. There
were seven accidentn on the road with
in the week and this was one reason
for the good-sized fines.
F. W. Luton and R. W. Fosburg ac
cused of going 42 miles an hour, were
fined $50 each. Mrs. F. Williams and
Jake Rudarmel, said to have gone 40
and 37 miles -an hour, respectively,
were fined $25 each. Wilbur Kelley and
R. Wakeley $15 each and T. W. Read
Joshua Ledburg, accused of making
45 miles an hour, was found to be a
jvvenile and turned over to the Juve
nile court, where he was sentenced to
three months at the boys' farm and pa
roled. Charles Estes was fined $5 in
the juvenile court.
S. P. Brooks, reported to have been
going 50 miles an hour, did not appear
in court. W. E. Parks, said to have
been driving while appearing intoxi
cated, did not show up.
Desks, tables, chairs, flllnsr cabinets,
sectional bookcases, safes. Furniture
dept. The J. K. Gill Co., 3d and Alder sts.
California Editor Passes.
MERCED. Cal., May 26. C. D. Rad-
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Brownsville Spring Suits
at $20 to $40
Give Guaranteed Satisfaction
A Brownsville patron is always a satisfied
That is the Brownsville way. That is why
year after year customers are returnine: to the
Brownsville for their clothing.
The name stands for guaranteed satisfaction, for quality in clothing,
-for careful, honest workmanship..
It has taken years to build up the Brownsville name.
That is why we guard and protect it. That is why we carefully watch
every detail of manuf aceture. from linings to trimmings, so that you get
the best that money can buy.
That is why we have adopted our "Mill-to-Man" selling plan, bringing
you face to face with the manufacturer, eliminating middlemen's profits.
Once a Brownsville patron, always a Brownsville patron is the ideal
toward which we are striving.
A visit will convince you.
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
Mill-to-Man Clothiers, Third and Morrison Streets
completely;, ctrvering; the fin
est kind of shortcake, then
the whole topped with
Makes You Want Some,
It's mighty good, too, the way the Hazelwood
fixes it. Be sure and try it. Served all times
o' day. You'll like our
Strawberries and Cream,
Strawberry Ice Cream, Sodas
and Sundaes, too, at
Eighth Season, Sixth Concert
Carl Denton, Conductor
Popular Programme Popular Prices
Tickets now on sale Heilig theater
$1, 75, 50, 35c
cliffe, editor and Joint publisher of the tomorrow. He was a member of the
Merced Evening Sun since 1891. died executive committee or the California
today after two years of failing Press association. Mr. Radcllffe wAs
health. The funeral will be held here born in Illinois fiS years afro.
Mighty Poor Judgment
for a man who expects to leave a valuable estate but fails
to provide By Insurance for the heavy estate taxes levied
by Federal and State Government. Taxes must be paid
promptly and in cash, with heavy penalty for failure. For
the "method" call
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE
H. R. ALBEE, General Agent
Main 998 1306-11 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
WOOLEN MILL BUILDING
What Mr. Andrews
"Had a wonderful
Club Breakfast the
"and it certainly made a
hit with me the price,
, service, 'n everything at
the Imperial. First time
I've eaten at the Imperial
for years take all my
down-town meals there j
You, too, may be missing
something ; drop into either
one of our restaurants next
time you eat down town
and you'll be surprised to
see what we can do for you
for a small amount of
ct making all klnria of mattrrsse.
Sanitary 'Roll-Me Mattresses
Feather beds made Into folding mattresses
with summer unti winter siilca.
town peoplo writ for 1 11c
which we will gladly mail.
Out-of-town peoplo writ for literature,
which we will gladly mail.
Feather Mattress Co.
306 Williams At.
rbone F.at 68 1 9.
Pathe and Okeh
166 10TH ST.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICi
Office Furniture & Appliances
PRINTING r ENGRA VINO BOOKBINDING
Mm QA IIIMI1 FOOTIAMO. OHM
COMPtETE UHE OF STEEL.
FIUNG DEVICES ANO SYSTEMS
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School for Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
GARIBALDI BEACH RESORT
The Green Tree hotel at Uaribaldi l.i
under new management and has been
thoroughly renovated. Good meals and
clean beds. Plenty clams, crabs and
fixhlnfr; good boats and auto in con
nection; good poolroom for ladles and
gentlemen: piano for those fond of
music Come and have a pood time.
W. A. CASLER, Mcr.
J. E. Reynolds. lrop.. Ouler. TO'awh.
IN THE PlCTlrKKSvlUK TKot'T LAKE
VAIXEY. Sld trips by auto or horseback
to Lar Cnvrm. Ice tTavs. Indian Race
Track. Steamboat l.akr. nr. SIT. ADAMS
AUTO ROAD TO MUHR1SOX VALLEY, at
the vary h oT the mountain. GOOD
TKOUT FISHINO. Tennis. Croquet Groumla
anrl Swimming Pool In connection. AMUSK
MKXT HAl.L with dancing, bowling and
billiards Tifar hotel. Hata: per day,
912 per week. Sunday dinners. TJc.
St ' 1 ,m,I!!fl
Wood and Steel
The SEWARD Is a new. modern nfl
rlficanily Hiiointil hntl, txisepslnv
onr ot ihe most beautiful corner lob
bies in i he Nor tli est. Located at
Imh r.,1 AMer hi., opposite Ulds.
Wort mil n V Kins' MT department
store fu heart, of retail and theater
district. Kate. $1 and up. Bus
meets al trains. W" tar also rum
from I n ion Lr-ot d Irect to llotat
b A.HU. W. M. Sevtaid. I'rov.
at moderate pricey
whether for the day, week
Convenient to all rarltnea and
points of interest.
Kerlned and anhatantial fnr
nlnbiuK cheerful and Inviting.
t;i.i-:x- n. iiitk. mgr.
WASHINGTON' AT TWELFTH
Portland, Ore icon..
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Rf(! E;L - - -f--S S 1 f
446 Wat. hi off ton Street.
I-arpe. airy rooms, elegantly furnished, in
heart of retail and theater d.MrtcL Strictly
modern, absolutely firepioof, clean and quiet
surroundings. Kuonis without bath, $I.IH).
Kounu with bath, 1.."0 and up. Our $l.ut
roomn equal to any fl..0 roonu In the city.
Our rooms with bath at $l..u equal to auy
S.OO In the city. Special rates by wek or
month. Uest rooms Id city for the money.
A Mnderstetj-Prleed Hotel of Merit
Fast Morrison St. and K.ast Sixth.
I.2.- I'er Iiy. Her Week TJp.
A New Shipment of
I-WANT-U Gas Irons
Call early if you want one, at
Fifth and Alder.