Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 17, 1919, Page 15, Image 15

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THE 3I0RXIXG OKEGOXIAX, TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1919.
ROTARY CLUBS OPEN
All COfENTl
Thousands of Delegates Pour
Into Salt Lake City.
JOHN BARRETT TO SPEAK
Contenders for 130 Meeting Al
ready Laying Plans to Capture
Support of Visitors.
BALT LAKE CITT. June The
Rotary victory convention, which title
has been given to the tenth annual
convention of the International Asso
ciation of Rotary clubs, opened In the
famous Mormon tabernacle here today,
dose to 5000 Rotarlans betna; present
at the opening session. Arrival of other
thousands through the day. it was ex
pected, would Increase the attendance
to 10.000 before the actual business of
the convention is well started. Many
epeclal trains from the east and one
from the northwest were- due this
morning, all bringing hundreds of dele
rates, several carrying; boosters from
the three cities which are contending
or next year's convention Atlantic
City, Cleveland and New Orleeans.
A business session was to be held
this afternoon and the Salt Lake Ro
tary club will be host this evening to
the visitors at a dinner.- Tomorrow
morning the real business of the ses
sions begins, when John Napier Dyer,
Vlncennes, Ind.. district governor of the
J 1th rotary district, will deliver the
"rotary" address.
Tllreetor-Geaeral to Speak
John Barrett, director-general of the
Pan-American Union, credited with es
tablishing the first league of nations,
will be the principal speaker Wednes
day. He will speak on "What Rotary
Means to the Every-Day Average Busi
ness Man of Affairs."
Dr. Henry Suzxalo, president of the
University of Washington, will be the
principal speaker Friday, June 20. He
will discuss "Capital, Management, La
bor and the Public."
An elaborate programme of enter
tainment has been prepared for the
canyon ssurroundlng this city and
Ogden: an entire day at Saltair, famous
bathing resort on Great Salt Lake; two
days of wild-west shows, including In
dian dancing, and' a trip to Bingham,
where are located the workings of the
TJtah Copper company, which is grad
ually cutting away an entire mountain
In Us mining operations. Organ re
. citaia by famous organists of the Mor
mon church and visiting musicians will
precede each day's session In the tab
ernacle. Convention Contendere Bn.y.
Already the contenders for next
year's convention have begun to ex
ploit their respective cities. Cleveland
has a band that will do nothing but
"boost for Cleveland" during the con
vention week. New urleans promises a
Mardi Gras feature to advertise It as
a convention city, while Atlantic City
delegates promise a surprise sometime
today In the form of about 20 electric
propelled chairs, which have made the
famous boardwalk more famous, which,
it is understood, will parade through
the principal streets carrying somo of
. alt Lake' feminine beauties.
Officers of the association wlill be
elected Friday. June 2'i. Nominees in
clude, for president: William D. Big
gera Detroit; 'B. F. Harris, Champaign,
III., and Albert S. Adams. Atlanta: for
vice-president: Kstes Snedecor, Port
land. Or., and Jacob S. Perkins, Fort
ladieon, la.
LIQH CASE APPEAL ON
BAKERS' SHERIFF TESTIFIES AS
TO MISSIXG BOOZE.
Oficr Thinks Defendant, Not Evap
oration. Caused Whisky to
Vanish from Cell.
BAKER. Or.. June 16. (Special.)
Th appeal cae from justice court of
the state versus Ed Newton, on the
charge of illegal possession of Intoxi
cating liquors, was brought for hear
ing before Judge Anderson of the cir
cuit court here this morning. The mys
terious disappearance of about 34 quarts
of the liquor alleged to have been
taken in a raid on November 15 upon
Newton's premises in this city was the
only feature of the day's trial.
According to the testimony of Sheriff
Anderson, the liquor had been placed
in a. cell set apart for that purpose in
the courthouse, without being counted.
In March it was discovered that the
padlock to the cell had been tampered
with and a key broken off In it, and as
a precautionary measure, according to
the sheriff, two quarts which were in
troduced today as evidence were placed
in the safe in the district attorney's
office. March 25 a new padlock was
placed on the cell, and during the next
three weeks the liquor is alleged to
have disappeared.
AVhen asked by attorneys for the de
fense if he had suspicion as to who had
obtained the missing liquor, the sheriff
stated that he thought Newton did it
or had it done. The evaporation theory
was then advanced by the attorney, but
the witness stated that he did not be
lieve that such was the case.
The stor- of the finding of the liquor
In Newton's barn in the northwest sec
tion of town was told by several wit
nesses for the state and this, together
with the choosing of the jury, con
sumed nearly all the day's sessios. It
Is believed that the case will be turned
over to the Jury tomorrow evening.
Attorneys A- A. Smith and B. F. Mul
key, of Portland, are appearing for
Newton and District Attorney W. S.
L-evens Is acting for the state.
CLOTHING DEMAND GROWS
Eipo-t Sees OiiMmnnllj- for World
Market for America.
NEW TORK. American clothing
soon will be worn all over the world.
Ralph Breed, fashion expert, who has
Just returned from a 6i0-mile trip
through Europe, told members of the
Associated Press Industries of Ameri
ca at that organizations luncheon
meeting; at the Hotel McAlpln.
He sketched the opportunities in
foreign trade awaiting American gar
ment manufacturers. "Everywhere I
went in Europe." be said, "I met Brit
ish and Japanese traders on their way
to vantage points from which they
could go Into countries newly opened
to trade by the lifting of war restric
tion. America must wake up to the
commercial war 'that Is coming.
Before the war. he said. Germany
e.nt JS8.000.000 worth of ready-made
clothing to England every year. "This
field is now open tb us." he asserted.
"The labor nnrat in France. Fngland
and Italy is nyparent. and shows clear
ly that those rountnes will be a long
time getting back to th ir old stride.
Tht gives America her opportunity.
The wtr'.i la dressing more and
more alike. American styles are as
fashionable as those coming from Paris,
and. furthermore. Paris Is not In a
position to supply the world with
original models. American apparel
manufacturers need world-wide mar
kets for their overproduction."
Mr. Breed said that American motion
nlrtnra. war fntarin& a desire for
American goods in foreign lands and'
that the American fashion magaaines
were wedily read about These media.
he believes, will bring aooui a uemauu
for Afnerlran merchandise.
He commended one Boston retailer
who has signified his Intention Of open
ing an apparel factory along American
lines in Europe. "It is such practical
dreamers who blase the trail." he said.
rhsrle. IWconrt. of Lefcourt &
Brenner, first vice-president of the
Associated Dress Industries of Ameri
ca, said the time was coming when all
Industries in the country would be
highly organized and when the gov
ernment would bring pressure upon
business men to Join the representative
organizations In their particular In
dustries. A plea r organization and ro-oper-ation
among the business men was
made by Rev. David Hughes, of Balti
more. "The lessons of co-operation and
unity learned through the war will per
sist and supplant the old idea of cut
throat competition." he said. "The
only way to conquer bolshevism. I. W.
W.ism and labor unrest is through
loyalt yto our flag, our country and
Industries."
He urged the dress manufacturers
to take strong measures to stamp out
Industrial unrest In their Industry. "I
believe in labor," he said, "and in
labor's getting a just return for Its
work, but I think In many cases labor
has got more than lts right. Our boys
at the front did not suffer, bleed and
die to make the world safe for bol
shevlsts and anarchists."
WEDDING'SECRET TIS KEPT
Chancellor Weds Daughter of Su
preme Justice In Xew Jersey,
vpm Tniir xf.Tiv nf their friends
.... . . . . . " j - - -
were surprised to learn of the mar-4-....
i. ..-i .v in Inst of Miss Geral-
dine Garrison, daughter of Justice
Charles ri. uarrison, di i. oui
Court of New Jersey, and Vice Chan
cellor Merrit Lane, of the New Jersey
State court of chancery. The cere
mony was periormea in mo ruumo ui
the city commissioners of Newark by
Police Magistrate Frank A. Boettner.
The reason of the belated announce
hv vine Chancellor Lane
was that because of the war he and his
bride wanted no formal cermeony or
celebration, and they kept the mar
riage from some of their friends. It
was known to their relatives, he said.
Both the Lane and uarrison mraiuea
A,itnativ rentrients of Jersey
City, but now live in Montclair. Mr.
I 1. .Via mnrt nf 1Ur And MrS. JOBCPh
M. Lane. He was graduated from
Princeton and after being admitted to
the bar, in 1902. he received the ap
pointment of vice chancellor. He is
said to be the youngest man in the
state holding a Judicial position in the
supreme court. He is a member of the
Lawyers' club of New York and the
Essex club of Newark.
SUFFRAGE FIGHT IS BITTER
Women Victory Not Without Bom
bastic Opposition.
. WASHINGTON. The final stage of
the suffrage fight In the United States
was not without the bombastic opposi
tion which has attended the campaign
since the days of Susan B. Anthony.
Senator Reed of Missouri, a confirmed
... : . ; .J .ho thn militant
anu-suiirnKiDi, -;
woman who had paraded in the past "
. n.li.,4 a. trial
wa sin me same irmuw
individual who placed the bomb on the
pjorch of the attorney-general, and
preceding, or interrupting the course
of the action on the resolution for the
consideration of the Susan B. Anthony
amendment by Senator Watson. Sen
ator Harrison of Mississippi offered an
amendment qualifying citizens of the
United States as "white."
But the confidence of the galleries,
of Miss Mary Garrett Hay and her co
horts from New Tork and many other
cities, was not shaken.
"Suffrage has been discussed In every
forum of the country. What is needed
now la action." said Senator Watson at
the outset. "I shall not enter into de
bate urging the merits of this prop
osition, which are well understood
throughout the land."
And then Senator Reed, known In the
senate for the record he Is piling up of
votes against his party, spread upon
the record the old argument of states
rights and the right of the people to
vote on suffrage, rather than have It
forced upon them.
PENNIES ARE IN DEMAND
Every Mint ni V. S. Busy Turning
Ont 1-Cent Pieces.
WASHINGTON. Every mint In the
United States has been put to work
by Director Ray Baker turning out
I-cent pieces in an effort to keep pace
with the enormous demand for the
nation's least valuable coin. By insti
tuting' a 24-hour day the output has
been pushed to 90,000.000 cents a month.
"There have been approximately
3 500.000, 00" 1-cent pieces coined In this
country." Mr. Baker said today, "but
where they have gone is a mystery no
body seems able to solve. The sub
treasuries are inundated with orders
from banks, which keep issuing the
copper coins for use in payment of
odd cent taxes and street car fares,
but the demand continues."
The May output of the mints was
64,984.000 coins, of which 0.973.000
were 1-cent pieces. Nickels also were
in large demand, 2.643,000 being coined,
the remainder of the production being
S22.000 half dollars, 176.000 quarters
and 370.000 dimes. The money value of
the output was 1.233,8S0. All of the
pennies being made ore of the Lincoln
design.
REPAIR OF MILL PROPOSED
Smith Property In Coos County May
Be Rehabilitated.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. June 16. (Spe
cial.) Arrangements are under way
whereby the Mountain States Power
company will make necessary repairs
in the main Smith mill and place It in
condition to operate on a paying basis.
The power company would hold the cost
of repairs as a bill against whatever
company finally secures control of the
O A. Smith property w.hen it Is dis
posed of in the federal court.
The Bay City mill is operating under
difficulties and If present arrangements
go through will be closed down. The
main mill can saw 400,000 fet of lum
ber dally. Repairs would occupy two
months, "it Is believed.
AMrSFMKNTg,
OAKS
ROLLER SKATING RINK
NOW OPEN
Largest nd Finest Skating Kink
in the Northwest.
Perfect Ventilation -Health
and Exercise.
Afternoon and Evening.
1 Cars First and Alder.
AMTSEMENTS.
I City Mall Ordera Recd ow I
HEILIG ALL NEXT WEEK
7Se.Tns;SUN.,JUNE22
Special l-ric-e jlata. Wed mad Sat.
FAREWELL TOUR w.'SKT JS.e
JULIAN ELTINGE
IX HIS NEW
REVUE OF 1919
i-ci.rii?ri
Sydney Grant, Io Been,
(iaud.saJth Brosw The LlttleJohnaV
"leo Gascolamr. Virginia Wbltmaa,
Marjorle Carville, Gorhada,
Slarlonne, .Marjurle Bemaetr.
Arthur Shirley. Slna Kakada,.
HADirM GIRI.S,
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA.
EVE'S Floor 2. last 3 rows $1.60;
Balcony, 5 -rows SI. 50, last 17 rows
SI; Gallery, reserved, 60c
WED. AND SAT. MATS. Floor,
S1.50: Balcony, 9 rows SI. 13 rows 50c.
Add 109o War Tax Tickets DelreB
Address letters, checks, postoffice
money orders W. T. Pangle. Inclose
eelf-addressed stamped envelope.
Tlok.4 Office Sale Next Thar.
'
-T
a
BARGAIN. MAT.
WED. 26c.
ALL. WEEK MATS. WED.. SAT.
VERNA FELTON and Company in
THE GIRL HE
COULDN'T BUY
A powerful crook drama of New Tork
Life.
Prices: 25c. 60c Mats.. 2Sc (tax).
Next week: "THE CNKISSED BKLDE."
MAT. TOMORROW
ALCAZAR
M16ICAL PLATERS
In'victor Herbert's Opera'
Sweethearts
IPs Truly Wonderful.
Eve. soe, 15c, (1.00
Wed. and Sat. Mats 25c-50c
NEXT "FLORA BELLA."
s Nights.
Sun.. Monu.
To.es.
LAST SHOW OF SEASON'
T. ROY BARNES AND .
BESSIE CRAWFORD
Madge Maltlnnd; Clifford Walkers
DAVE FERGUSON & CO.
Carelnettl Bros.) Ioleen Sisters;
SHEILA TERRY
Mata. lOe ta 75c Nishta. loe to SL
Come and Have Yoar
G roue It Kxtracted
WP0DR8ME
TODAY
TONIGHT
J. C. MACK TRIO
Travesty,
"MOTHER'S BOY
DORA DEAN'S
DANCING SUNBEAMS
DONALDSON THE
AND TA R I KTY
CGRALDIXE FOl R
Bits of Sagebrush Nifty Songs In a
Humor. lfty Manner.
GVS - ADAMS TRIO
HENDERSON Novelty Instru
The Hounding mentalists
Kube. and Singers.
MARION DAYIES
In
"GETTING MART MARRIED."
"HIP" FOR THAT TIRED FEELING
PANT A G E C
MAT. DAILY 2:3Q -
Ixuls Chamlsky Presents
The Camp Dix Jazz Band
Olive Drab Specialists In th. Latest Jaxz.
6 OTHER BIO ACTS
Three Performances Daily. Night Curtain
at 7 and 9.
LYRIC
MrSICAI,
CO MED 1'
MATINEE DAILY. 10c ONLT.
Greatest team of eccentric comedians In the
west, DILLON & FRANKS. Company of
30 and the Rosebud Girls, in
"THE PHOTO GIRL."
The Big Laughing Show.
Country Store (extra) TONIGHT.
Don't let your friend, leave Port
land until they vl.lt America's
Greatest Vlevr Point.
COUNCIL CREST PARK
Observation Tower, Ferris Wheel
and other rides and sraraes. Dancing
every evening; eaeept Sunday. Hop
a CC Car.
Bates (or
Classified Advertisements
The Oregonian.
Dally and Sunday
Per Una.
One Hot ---!e
Two cooperative time.. ............. .iie
Three consecutive times ......XOe
Six er seven consecutive times see
Tbe following classifications excepted,
the rate en which is 7e per line per day:
Situation Wanted Male. Situations
Private Families. Board and Boom
private iamili. Housekeeping Kooms
Peltate Families. e ad taken for
lea. than tw. linn. Count six word, to
the line. Advertisement, (except "Per
Mnal" will be taken ev.r the tele
phone If tbe advertiser U a subscriber to
either phone. Ko price, will be quoted
over tbe phone, but statement will be
rendered the following day. Advertise
ment, are taken for Tbe Daily Urf
aonian until S P. il-: for The hunday
Oregonian nntil P. M. Saturday.
SUMMER
HOTEL SEASIDE
nerlcasi Plaau
Most delightful spot on the south shore, ettuated at the water's edge.! Reached
via the S., P. & S. Ry. direct from Portland to Seaside, also Str. Georglana and
O.-W. R. & N. boats to Astoria, where the A.' J. Auto Co. makes connections for
Hotel Seaside. Autolsts take beautiful
minates at Hotel Seaside. Attractive
bathing, trout fishing, bowling, dancing,
of Nortonla Hotel, manager.
Leave ROUTLEDGE SEED A FLORAL CO..
145 SECOND ST., phones Main 172, A-3811.
for Arrah Wannah, Welches. Tawneya and
Rhododendron. Hound trip $6, Government
Camp $8.50. Owned and operated by Irvinx
ton Garage A Auto Co.. Inc. J. I S. Sne&d,
Pres.-Msr. Phones B. 185, C-8162. E. 14th
and Broadway. "Make reservations In ad
vance.
HOTEL CULFK.
J. E. Reynolds, Prop.. Guler, Wash.
IN THE PICTURESQUE TKOT.TT LAKE
VALLEY. Bid trips by auto or horseback
to Lava Caves. Ice Caves. Indian Race
Track. Steamboat Lake. etc. ill. ADAMS
AUTO ROAD TO MORRISON VALLEY, at
the very base of the mountain. GOOD
TROUT FISHING, Tennis, Croquet Grounds
and Swimming Pool in connection. AMUSE
MENT HALL with dancing, bowling and
billiards near hotel. Rates: $2.fi0 per day.
S12 per week. Sunday dinners. 75c
Hood River
WHITE SALMON FERRY
Daily Flag Service and Courteous
Treatment.
JOHNSON & VAN ALLEN
Hood River, Oregon.
ECOLA INN (Cannon Beach)
Rosa II. Elliott, Mgr.
' FVW OCEAST VIEW.
Dance Pavilion, Tennis Courts. Pool and
Billiards, Barber Shop, etc. Bus meets
all trains at Seaside. Write for reser
vations, ECOLA. OREGON.
The . Shelburne
(TENTH SEASON)
Lone; distance telephone In hotel. Two blocks
from ocean. Buy your ticket to Shelburne
station. Write Tor reservations. American
plan.
T. J. HOABE, Se View, Wash.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
10x2Vi-FOOT counter heavy plate glass dis
play showcase, suitable for teas and coffee
or butcher; also 7-foot plate glass floor
showcase and one Dekum hanging scale.
Apply Cascade Grocery, 3d and Yamhill.
WANTED Girl or elderly lady to do light
housework; no washing. Tabor 9-90.
HEETTVO NOTICES.
it-.i A" members of ai
'Ksder temple and yiting
nobles are requested to aL
ll'h..,rt"rht ,0 welcome the
Illustrious potentate. Imperial
wmTrn.tatl7S and nobiSf who
whi rlva 'rom '"dlanapolls.
where they captured the 1020
esalon of the Imperial Coun-
car. Wear your'fe, and "mitf- Drtve your
J. BO TP, Recorder.
Order of the Red Cross and
(Tuesday) evening at 7:30.
conclave will be held this
ERT NO. 15. K. T. A special
WASHINGTON COMMAND-
Malta will be conferred on a large class. Re
freshments will be served. All Sir Knights
cordially Invited to be present.
UEOKUE P. EISMAN, Recorder.
IVANHOE LODGE. NO. V.
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAS. mU
every Tuesday .venlng. Castl.
Hall. Eleventh, and Ald.r at
Visitors welcome.
THAD L. GRAVES, K. . V
ItHB NORTH PACIFIC COAST
I will assemble for J5tn annual
;'grand encampment Wednesday,
June IB. 1" A III., at aiawuiu
Itemnle. Park and Yamhill sts.
ygyiltJiCV OTTO KLEEMANN.
lirana aojuuiui-
ii n-Timpvp T.ftnftR NO.
Ill A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this ITuesday)
evening at i otiw- ... i
i M rierree. Visiting
brethren welcome.
C C. JUll.t.iIl Oct..
IMPERIAL LODGE NO. 159.
. k-t & XI SnerlA-l Com-
munication this (Tuesday) even
ing. June a, i-
and 8 o'clock. Visitors welcome.
Informal. W. P. ANDRUS.
lu Secretary.
PORTLAND CHAPTER NO 87
O E. S. Stated communication
this (Tuesday) evening. W. O.
W hall. S34 K,a"e4 DV
grees and social. All O. Jj. a.
members welcome. Order of W. M.
SOPHIE L. HOBSON. Sec.
OREGON-ELECTRIC COUN
CIL. ROYAL ARCANUM, will
meet this (Tuesday) evening
at 8 at Masonic temple. All
members invited.
n o. HALL. Sec
r 603 E. 10th St.
"'"FIy'juneOtISe-.eT'har6!
FouhreYu VS.IC. Everybody wel
come. F1IP.I.KM Jewelry. Buttons chirms, pins,
sew designs. Jaeger Bros. 131- Sixth sk
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodgs emblems,
el" Bin. Tand medals. 310 Waablngton ...
FXORISTS.
LUBLINER. FLORIST.
32S Morrison su. Portland hotel. Mar. 753.
84S Morrison, bet. Bdy. and Park. Mar. 257.
Portlanq a ijtamm .. ........
MARTIN : FORBES CO.. florists. 354
Whingtoa. Main 269 A 120SL Flowers
for all occa5ioiia wj "
CLARKE BROS., florists. 287 Morrison St.
Main or A 1605. Fine flowers and floral
eaigns. r.o pranm
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 245 Alder . Flow-
en ann oe8iB . v,
IRVTNGTON PARK FLORAL CO.. 4th and
Yamnlii. r unerai un'11" " "
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7216aA 8121. Selling
blQS-. Ot" arm Ai-
TONSETH FLORAL CO . 2S7 Washington
si. bet. 4th and Bth. Main 5102. A llbl.
MONUMENTS.
" PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
SUA 4tn St. Opp. City Hnll. Nen Bros.
lrTi BLAESING GRANITE CO. I
1? THinSAT WADISON STRgETj
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Boom 153 CoarthooMb 5th St.
Entrance.
Itione from 8 to S, Main S78, Home Pbeaa
A 2535. Kicht eU after office heme. Woed-
Bprt ell eawee tt ciue.ty to the above
adi.rM. Electric lrthal chamber for mall
animals, florve ambulance for sick and els
aivled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one deAiriny a dog other pet communi
cate with us. Call (or ail lost or strayed
stock, as we look after the impound in.
There is no more city pound Jut Oregon
ttuniaue Soclctr .
RESORTS
OVERLOOKT5IG
THE OCEAN
Seaside, Clataop Beach, Oregon.
Columbia River highway, which ter
features are golfing, motoring, sun
etc Rates on. application. A. S. Hogue
-
ftlain 142S-Atorij. and Way Landinfa-A-1422
Str. Georgiana
.... . . 1 m . Tut .1.11. ,T
Leaves aioot pi. a , - . " 1,
cept Friday. Ke turning, leaves Astoria 2
P. M.
Lurline leaves Portland dally, except Sun
day. It I P. K.
-Undln leaves Astoria dally,- except Sun
day, at 7 P. M.
The Jewett Farm Resort.
TTNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
"Atop the Columbia Highland."
VOD WILL ENJOY
Views of Columbia Gorge. - The pines and
mi ..!. ,4.Anlnn.. Tantt Trf.h
Hi!. (.giuBea .iw incin.. - - -
vegetables. Fruits. Home cooking-. Trips
teXtrai tV J&OUni nuomo auu . ...... ......
Accessible by train, boat, two Highways.
Write for reservations. Opens June 18.
White Salmon. Washington. .
OSWEGO LAKE
"amn TTntiM. f riT rent. bT week or
month; Swimming, boatlngr. fishins. Excel
lent commutation train service -evw
Street Red Electric Cars.
MACI."N, 514 .Lewis Bid. Main 427S.
Or at Maclean's Camp on tha .Lalce, from
uswego Biaxion.
NECANICUM INN mSST'9
Large Sun Parlors, Beautiful Grounds.
Noted for Home-Cooked Meals.
MISS DAMAKX, Prop., Seaside, Oregon.
PACIFIC VIEW HOTEL
Furnished rooms and tents for house
keeping. Facing the ocean. Address
L. P. HARRESCHOIT, Prop., Seaside, Or.
MAIL THEM TODAY
Films Developed
FREE
When Prints Are Ordered
We Pay Return Postage
Eight-Hour Expert Service
Largest Photo Supply House
In the Northwest.
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
Wood-Lark Bids., Alder at "W. Park,
DIED.
SAI.ME John Salme. late of Deep River,
' Wash., passed away in this city Monday.
June 13 1U19. aged fiil years. Remains at
the parlors of McEnteo & Ellers. lfith
ana fcverett streets. jsotice ot xunerai
later.
BmiATTKR In this city. June 14. "William
Bomatter. aged 46 years. The remains
are at the lunnlng & MeEntee parlors.
Broadway and Ankeny street. Funeral
notice later.
T..MHII . T . 1. . O. 1'ln.n.l'a W
JL;iUiionA ,uu, i 'j, a. .... . mu. . ....-
pital. Sister Mary Dlomera, nee M. Teresa
selberc, agea 03 years. J? unerai notice
- later.
FCNERAI, NOTICES.
ITcGRAW In this city, June 14, Mary
McGraw. aged 66 years 5 months, beloved
mother of Arthur, Hector, Nora, Captain
Henry McGraw, Captain Arthur McGraw
and Mrs. J. Nichols of this city. Friends in
vited to attend the funeral services, which
will be held at St. Andrew's church. Oth
and Alberta streets, at 9 A. M., Tuesday,
June 17. Interment Mount Calvary ceme
tery. Remains at Ho J man's funeral par
lors. KONINENDTKE June 10. at the family
residence, 11H9 East Seventeenth street
North, John Cornelius Koninendyke. aged
2 years 5 months 16 days, the beloved son
of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Koninendyke.
Funeral services will be conducted tomor
row (Wednesday), June 18, at 10:30 A. M.
from Pearson's undertaking rooms, Rus
sell at Union avenue. Friends invited. In
terment Rose City cemetery.
MARSHALL. The funeral services of the
late Edward J. Marshall, a gad 45 years,
Spanish war veteran, brother of John W.
Marshall of Astoria, Mrs. Judge Thomas
F. Ryan of Gladstone and Mrs. Emery J.
Noble of Oregon City, will b held at
P. Li. Lerch undertaking parlors todaj
Tuesday) at 2 P. M. Friends invited.
Interment in the Marshall family lot in
Lone Fir cemetery.
BROWN In this city, June 15. William
Harvey Brown, aged 35 years, member of
Canyon Creek lodge No. SI, I. O. O. F.. of
Burke. Idaho. The funeral services will be
held from the Conservatory chapel of the
V. S. Dunning Inc., 414 East Alder St.,
today (Tuesday) at 10:30 A. M. under the
auspices of the General Relief committee
of the I. O. O. F. Friends invited. Inter
ment Greenwood cemetery.
DAOUST At St. Vincent's hospital, June 14,
1910, Sister Zepherrln (nee M. Adeline
Daoust), a native of Quebec, Canada, aged
72 years 4 months. Requiem mass will be
offered at St. Vincent's hospital chapel
today (Tuesday), June 17, at 8 A. M.
Friends Invited. ' Interment Vancouver,
Wash. Punning & MeEntee, funeral direc
tors. SAASTAMOrNEN In this city. June 14.
1910, John Saastamoinen, aged 24 years
montns 4 a ays, Deiovea nuioanu oi
He lml and father of George Saastamoinen.
Funeral services Tuesday, June 17, from
R. T. Byrnes' residential parlors, 901 Will
iams ave. at Mason st.. at '2 P. M. Inter
ment at Rose City cemetery. Friends in
vited. BACCARIA In this city, June 16, 1919,
Madalina Baccaria. aged 44 years, beloved
wife of Enrico Baccaria of 828 Kenilworth
avenue. Friends invited to attend the fu
neral services, which will be held at St.
Miens el's church, Fourth and Mill street.-?,
at -2:.i0 P. M. Wednesday, June 18, 1919.
Interment at Mount Calvary cemetery. Rs
tnalns at Holman's funeral parlors.
McLEAN The funeral services of the late
William McLean, aged 71 years, will be
conducted tomorrow (Wednesday), June
18. at 2 P. M.t at the Dunning & MeEntee
funeral parlors, Broadway and Ankeny.
Friends invitd to attend. Interment at
Lone Fir cemetery. Deceased was a mem
ber of Brlckiayers Union No. 1, Vigilante
fire department truck No. 1 of this city,
HILL In this city, June 16, Florence Lucille
Hill of 1008 Michigan avenue,, aged 17
years; beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Hill and sister of Sadie May Hill.
Funeral services will be held from the
A. R- Zeller company's parlors tomorrow
(Wednesday), June 38, at 12 o'clock noon.
Friends invited. Interment Multnomah
cemetery.
JOHNSON In this city June 15, Henry
Dewev Johnson, aged 20 years, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Johnson of this city. The
funeral services will be held Wednesday,
June 18, at 2:30 P. M. at Finley's, Mont
gomery at Bth. Friends invited. Inter
ment at Rivervlew cemetery.
ESEMAN In this city, June 14, Gustavus
Eseman, aged 74 years, late of 529 Eact
Both street, beloved husband of Mrs. Mane
Eseman, father of Karl and Ruth Eseman
of this city. The funeral services will be
held todav, Tuesday, at 2.:30 P. M. at Fin
ley's, Montgomery at 5th. Friends Invited.
Interment at Rivervlew cemetery.
FRENCH At the residence of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Allen. 992 East
Salmon street, June 15. Ethel Allen French,
age 42 years. Funeral services will be
held tomorrow (Wednesday), June 18, at
10 A. M. at th chapel of Breeze & Snook,
Belmont at 35th. Friends invited,
BLAND The funeral services of the late
Laura Bland, age 43 years, beloved wife of
R A. Bland, will be held at P. L. Lerch
funeral parlors. East Eleventh and Clay
streets, tomorrow (Wednesday), at 3:30
P. M. Friends invited.
SHAVER The funeral services of the late
W. E. Shaver will be held Tuesday, June
17, at 2 P. M., at the Grange hall at TI
gardvllle. Or. Interment at the Crescent
Grove cemetery. Arrangements in care of
Miller & Tracey.
RANT A The funeral services of the late J.
H Ranta, aged 25 years, will be conducted
today (Tuesday) at 2:30 P. M. in the Dun
ning & MeEntee chapel. Broadway and
Ankeny street. Friends invited. Inter
ment Multnomah cemetery.
GIBSON The funeral services of the late
Ida Gibson will be held Tuesday. June 17.
at 10 A. M.. at the chapel of Miller &
Tracey. Interment at Mt. Scott Park cem
etery. ,
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6095, House 29. .
ACCORDION PLEATING. HEMSTITCHING. ELECTRICAL REPAIR SHOP.
WE PI. EAT skirts, any style, l; hemstitch- Sv 11 -,e II VT VPTRTP. ffi
In 10c per yard; buttons covered. Eastern H. ill. H. JiJLillltliVll-i VAJ.
Novelty Mfg. Co.. 85 5th St. Bdwv. miq W(!S-J 31 N .i.t ,t.. Portland. Or. K.-
AtiATE CITTKBS AND MFti. JEWEI-EKS. HS winding and elee'rical repalrtn
. S- i a MDfclaltv. See us about now or
8T5BWa an.d xT",lC1. r?5air.'nB'MdU ed mork. "d." 1045. A 104-
a.5 Wash, st. Majestic theater bids. n -,,.T
ALFALFA MEAL. GROUND FEED. HAY. EVE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
WALTER SCOTT. Board of Trade. M. S6G7. ggK E.'.T
ASSAYEBS AND ANALYSTS. HARDWOOD FLOORING.
M?NT,AN ASSAY OFFICE. 112 Second rFT ...imate for new or old house. Port
Gold, silver and platinum bought. ? n'wood FlooV Co.? 187 W. Park .t,
ATTORNEYS. ; HEMSTITCHING.
MORRIS A. GOLDSTEIN, practice In all . - ... , ..iinln so-
courts. 802 Northwestern Bank bids- K. STEPHAN. hemstitching KIWn,M
cordlon ide pleat, button. coerea, rivau
CANCER TREATED. orders. 219 Plttock block. Broadway 10H.
L. M. JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED. LANDSCAPE GARDENING.
bldg- Marshall 6143. PACIFIC Landscape Gardeners. All kind- of
- CARPET CLEANING. landscape work. Phone Tabor Mi.
FOR RENT Electric vacuum cieanera by Ml SIC.
CHMedayror.W041aWa 12- D'U" and EiHL THIELHORN, violin, viola , t
nunll Sevcik, 207 Flledner bldg. Bdy. 182a.
CARPET WEAVING.- -OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
RIIRQ Th klnd that wear the best are oLASSES AT A SAVINO.
nUUd made trom your wornout carpets by ES? 1 "o"c" 'our Ptron on IM
the Northwest Rug Co. (former address, ; C basis of capable service. Tnou-
. 1G3 Union avfa.) Rag rugs woven ail sizes. sands of satisfied customer. A
Carpet cleaning, refitting and resizing. trial will convince. Charles W. Goodman.
Mail orders solicited. 188 E. Sth. PHONE Optometrist, 20 Morrison. Main 21S4.
EAST 3.VS0. B 1280. : , --
BACK from the war service. Now at your
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS 2' sr2 li
Rag Rugs, all sizes Mail orders prompt. moderate priors. Dr. George Rub.nst.ln,
Send for booklet. expert optician. 22tl Morrisoa at., between
9x12 nigs steam or dry cleaned. $1.50. iBt mJl& ad sts. Main 2UI.
84-58 PnlonXave.FN?UEMt"6S16. B 14T5. PATENT ATTORNEYS.
CELLULOID BUTTONS. R. C WRIGHT 22 years experience, U. a
. . and foreign patents. 001 Dekum bldg.
THE 1RWIN-HODSON COMPANY. tJ2 .
8S7 Washington. Broadway 434. A 1254. OLDBERG, B20 Worcester bldg.. Main .jd.
CHIROPRACTOR. PHYSICIAN a.
300.000 KNOW McMahon. 100 chiropractor. DR. R. A. PHILLIPS, Broadway bldg.
Throngs pronouncing treatment easiest. Rheumatism, stomach. Bowel, lung,
best, permanent. 31 -t.-eats" J15. Tel. kidney, bladder, rectal, prostatic, temaie
CIUROPODLST-ARCH hPECIALlST. disorders, akin artectiona, high blood
WILLIAM. Estelle and Florelle Ie Veny, the JT WATERS. 306 Bwetland Bldg.
only Ecientific chiropodists and arch pe- nn' (' '.ao(1(i efficiency drug, ess treat-
SrTfS B0-?V5?rlWu, ncadach.. ap-
Main 1301. pendicitis. liver, kidney.
CHIROPODIST. PUMIUNO SirPHES.
DR. LOUISE B. COX, aseptic chiropodist, of- PLUMBING SUPPLI S3 at w noleal Prlcea.
fice 403 Raleigh bldg.. 0th and Washing- Stark-Davis Co.. T.ilrd. Mam
ton. Hours A. M. to 6 P. M., Sundays PRINTING.
and evenings by appointment. - -z s ..,K.tr. i.r
KRYSTONH PRESS, J. El. Gantenoeln, Mgr.
DR. GARTNER, specialist, foot archea printlnB and linotyping- Front iL,
made to orler, corns and bunions cured. corner Stark. Main or A 1418.
lZnSTUlTa 5th and PRTMR W. BALTE3 & COMPACT.
Ctct-AB LETTERS. PH1N I 1Mb 1st and U.tj!!.
SECOND-HAND STORES.
CRANE LETTER CO., 1510-11-12 Royal . j vitov-itiikb! CO
bldg. Marshall 5822. Multigraphing. mim- LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO,
eographlng and mall advertising. 2.1 ront . h h.rd-
1 We buy and sell everything- in tne Bra.
COLLECTIONS. ware and furniture line. Phon. Mala
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1706. - i9'0' ,. gI my.
No collecUon, no charges. E.taQ. 1900. SHOW CARDS AND SLIDES.
DANCING Washington Slide Co.. 851'A Washington.
Messanlne floor. Majestic hldg. Mar 1.
YOU CAN NEVER LEARN DANCING TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
being pulled over the floor of small rooms V1
by Inferior teachers. You must have prac- flDrPfll! JUITA nCCDATPU
tice and learn to lead, but you can be- UntuUIl fill I U UCOrnlull
come a dancer of experience at De Honey's The service with a Reputation."
beautiful academy, 23d and Washington. MOVNG-PACKING-STORA(iE-BAUOAOB
For ladles. 2.o0; gentlemen. o Be sure .f3Vh and Kearnev. Branch ttHs Broadway,
to see my ad on page 3. section 1, today. 1Jln Miniir nnil'V OOflO
, pn" T9j- PHONE BDWY. 3309
KATHERI.VE M. ROUN .
ptrivirecLao1niatie2l.eds.onnT ,K WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRANSFER CO.
4 lessons $2. Learn to dance where each (ienerai Transfer and Forwardtnif Agent,
pupil receives personal attention. tU)3 TRACKAGE. STOKAGB AND TRANSFKtl
Eilers bids., between 4th and 6th on Wash- 2'0 ASH ST. BROADWAY 65.
ington St. Main 6004. 5REGON TRANSFER CO.. tToLI8AN ST
ALISKY Lanclng Academy. 3d and Morrison. corner of 13th. Telephone Broadway lJNi
Private instructors day and evening. Class or 1169. We own and operate two large
social dances held in M. W. A. hall. 11th class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
and Burnslde sts.. Saturday evenings. Lowept insurance rates in thecHy.
MRS. BAYH'S DANCING academy. 308-11 C I D C D D 11 (1 C CT 11 D ARC
Dekum bldg. Best Instructors. Beginners MttLrnUUr 0 1 U II H U C
class Tues. eve., class party Fri. eve. Les- M OLSON TRANSFER CO., 249 PI SB.
sons days and eve. by apt. Main 1343. --
MRS BAYH'S dandB academy. 3d floor tl'.dSSPii oSirR.f merch?.
e3vekUmSocbi'ardanFceVFrt evT" Mat 134 y--3g
Bh nSi;E "i"11," ,AcaLomy- r-9 ,4tn FHCTWTSTOBAoil't' TRANSFER CO.
6a floor. Main 8318. Mrs. Summers. Lessons p,.rk fit Main 6105. A-1051.
by apt.; personal attention. Dances Frid.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY. 109 2d. st. Ball- TRACKAGE STORAGE. 'TRANSFER,
room and stage dancing; class Tues., Frl 44S-454 Gllsan St-
eve.; children specialty. Main 2100. - . . .
WATCH REPAIRING.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL. --r v
pcpt.t 7: 77 TT-TT: HIGHEST prices paid, old watches and Jew.
HOSPITAL Dr. G. H. Kuthman. veterlna- erv Condition no object. Repairs a spe-
rian. 415 East 7th st. East 1S47. B 1UU2 cia'lty. Rainier Jewelry Co., 441)14 Wash. U
wholesaiandTianufacturers y
AUTO TOPS. PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
DUBRUILLB TOP CO., Oth and Oak sts. RASMIJSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS.' 1-IPB, TIPK FITTING AND VALVES.
I niKls'CI CDICI PH Stockroom and office M. L. KLINE, 84-S6 Front street.
Li UHlNCLoriLL UUi 17 North Fifth street. PUMBINO AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
GRAIN MERCHANTS. M. L. KLINE. 84-80 Front street.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade bldT " PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HATS AND CPS EVERDINQ & FARRELL. 140 Front street.
THANHOUSER HAT CO..' 63-'55-FrnT-. ROPE AND BINDERTVVINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northnip.
HIDES, WOOL. CASCARA BARK. SASH, DOOBS AND-ElASS:
KAHN BROS.. 195 Front street. w. P. FOLLErTcO., Front and Morrison.
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS. WALL PAPER.
W.' P. FULLER CO.. Front and Morrison. MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 20 2& street.
AUCTION SALES TODAY. NEW TODAY.
At the Baker Auction House. Yamhill and
West Park streets. Eal. at 10 A. - TfEW TODAY. -
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
HOLMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Funeral Directors
Established 1S77.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 507, A 1511.
Lady Assistant-
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Services for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash. st. bet. 20th and 21st. West Side.
Main 2691. Lady Assistant. A i!85.
WILSON 44 ROSS.
Residential Funeral Home.
East 7th and Multnomah Sts.
1RVINGTON DISTRICT.
LAL.Y ASSISTANT.
East 54. E- S1B"-
J. P. FINLEV & SON
PROGRESSIVE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Main 9. Montgomery at Sth. A 1.WU.
McENTEE & EILERS.
Funeral parlors, with all the privacy or a
home. 16th and Everett sts. Phone Broad
way zua; iiome. J.
R. w. GABLE & CO.. FUNERAL
Successors to W. H. Hamilton.
1973 E. Glisan. Tabor 4313.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
., i ir HH.r Phone East 52.
Perfect service, personal direction, free
se of floral chapel and auto equipment.
DUNNING & McENTEE. funeral directors.
Broadway and Pine st. Phone Broadway
430. A 4f.3. uoj
r, r TTr,T?r,'H East 11th and C'.ay tots.
r. XJ. AX ixtvJ-i East
781. B 18S3.
ERICSON Twel,th Broadway". "
A. D. KEN WORTHY CO..
uin.iu Old t.. Lents. Tabor 6267.
BREEZE & SNOOK 121
A. R. ZELLER CO.
692 Williams Ave.
East 1088. C 1088.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M. 4152. A 2221. Lady assistant.
NEW TODAY.
MORTGAGE LOANS
On Improved Farm and City Property.
Favorable Kepayment T.vtues3. a
Commission or Delay.
FHE OREGON MORTGAGE CO., LTD.
SOe-516 Piatt Bldg. Mala C371.
MORTGAGR LOANS
Farm and city property. We loan our
. .j .. Va rlalav Va rnmminSlDIL
vwn iuuu -
PACIFIC COAST MORTGAGE CO.
SIS By. Kxcfc. Bide Main I5.
FARM FOR SALE
On Pacific Highway ;
If you are looking for a Rood farm, don't
fail to see thla one 43 acres all cleared and
In crop, creek, two springs, place la all tiled,
and hog-tiRht woven wire fences. 8 acrea
orchard, one acre prunes, balance cherries,
pears, apples, plums, aLraw berries, black
caps, logans, eta.
9 -room house. In fine condition, hot and
cold water, fireplace, 2 watln, woodshed,
fruit house, hog ho u Be, chicken-house, sheep
house, toolshed. carpenter ahop, new barn,
365. Dally mall, phone, only H mile from
paved highway, 30 rods from city limits of
Newberg, 2 miles from Portland. Frke
$11,000.
Reason for selllnic poor health. For m!o
by owner only. 614 wel land bid. Main
At Standari, Factory No. 2
Grand Ave. and East Taylor Sta.
POWER MACHINE
OPERATORS
to learn on'
Shirts and Overalls
Mackinaws and Overcoats
$10.00 per week while learning.
Forty-four-hour week.
SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY
Experienced operators are earning:
from $15 to $20 weekly
GOLDEN STATE TVOOI.EN MIIU
Long Beach. Cal.
Wants experienced cloth weavers. Goo4
work and pay.
WINTER IN CALIFORNIA.