Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 23, 1919, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE MORXIXG OREGONTAJf, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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boiidaya contlnuoua. 1:11 to 11 P. -TRA.ND
(Washington street, between Par
and IV rat Park! Vaudavili and moving
picture. continuous.
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a:reet.
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pany In muelcal comedy.
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fcwimmtnr dancing, amuaeroenta.
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OHEGOK SAFETT COC.VCIt. PROPOSED.
TV. H. Rasmussen, field secretary of
the National Safety Council, will ad
dress the proposed Oregon safety coun
cil at a luncheon to be held Tuesday
noon In the Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
Kaamussen is chairman of the com
mittee on permanent organization and
It Is expected the Oregon council will
b formed. The following Oregon con
cerns are members of the National
Safety Council, with which the state
council will be affiliated, when per
fccted: Public safety commission.
Coast Shipbuilding company. Columbia
Engineering company, Crown-Willam-etta
Paper company. Grant Smith-
Porter fbipbutldinc- company. National
Hospital association. Northwest Steel
company. Peninsula Shipbuilding com
pany. Spokane. Portland & Seattle rail
road. Willamette Iron & Steel company,
Oregon-Washington Railroad company
Ct-rr Asked to Givb 1 1 00. Request
for a contribution of $100 to the Ameri
can women's hospitals was made of the
city council yesterday by W. P. Strand
borg. who had been named state chair
man to take charge of the work of
raising Oregon's quota of 15000. Mr.
Strandborg explained the great work
that confronts the American women
and said that as Oregon's quota was
so small, it had been deemed unneces
sary to organise a drive. Members of
the council replied that an appropria
tion could not be made legally, but
Mayor Faker promised to confer with
the boxing commission and ascertain
if the sum of $100 could be obtained
from funds of that body.
METHomsTS fi Camp Mectino.
The S.'andinavlan Methodists in Port
land. Vancouver, Oregon City, Clacka
mas. Highland and Salem are to have a
nne-day camp meeting tomorrow at
Chautauqua park. Gladstone. The speak
ers will be (he district superintendent.
Rev. Antony K. I.ind of Salem, Rev.
Abel Kklund of Portland, Rev. J. N
Hurdell of Tacoma and Mrs. Abel
Kklund of Portland. The church choirs,
the Portland church orchestra and some
noted solo singers will render a must
ral programme. Gust Shold of Port
land Is to lead the congregational
singing. Several services are to be held
during the day. beginning at 10:30
e clock.
Rkv. Fraxk O. Bei.de! at White
Tcsple. Itev. Frank O. Belden of the
First Baptist church of San Diego will
speak tomorrow during the morning
and evening services at the White
Temple. Rev. Mr. Belden Is new to the
Pacific coast having come to San Diego
about a year and a half ago. On Au
gust 3 h occupied the pulpit of Dr. J
Whitcnmb P-rougher in the Los An
geles White Temple.
Fac-tort Permit granted. The ap-
plication of the I'kase Investment com
pany for a permit to build a factory
building at Fifteenth and Couch streets
was granted yesterday by the city
council after plans for the structure
had been submitted and after the pro
moters had agreed to make such
changes as may be recommended to
eliminate annoyance to residents of
that part of the city.
kxD Peach Weather. Everybody's
going, but don't forget everybody
makes crowds crowds make accidents.
Go to the beach, but take one of our
accident policies with you. for it is
better to be insured than sorry. W. R.
MrIHnald at Co.. Yeon bldg. Marshall
1391. Adv.
Canadian Monet Depreciated. Here
after we will accept Canadian money
only at a discount of C per cent on face
value, the only exception being 5 and
10-cnt coins. Our conductors, agents
and tellers bave been so instructed.
Portland Railway. Light at Power Co.
Adv.
SPECiAt. Demonstration during na
tional Caloric week! Prepare for
winter now! Let us explain how the
CaloriC pipeless furnace saves half the
fuel and is so clean to operate. Caloric
Pipeless Furnace Co.. 314 Stark, near
Sixth. Phone Main J54. Adv.
Montrose Park. CoLmiiiA IIichwat.
Open Dailt and Sunday.
Attractive picnic and pleasure grounds.
Sandy beach: excellent bathing.
Bring the family; spend Sunday. Adv.
Knight's Economy Dept. Invites the
out-of-town people to take advantage
of their mail order dept., send descrip
tion, size and price of shoe desired.
Adv.
For Sale. By owner, highly Im
proved Park Rose acre, fruit, garage;
good modern S-room house; full base
ment. Tabor S3SS. Adv.
Dr. Ella K. Dearborn, 800 Union av
north: office hours after 1:30 P.M.Sun
days and mornings by appointment.
Adv.
Rii.l Military Academy opens Sep
tember K. Make reservations now.
Adv.
Dr. R. R. Hamilton returned: dis
eases of women and surgery; suite 408
Morgan bldg. Adv.
Milk Diet Treatment. The Moor
Sanitarium. Phone Main (101, East 47.
Adv.
FVr Sale. 7-room modern bungalow.
Portland Hts., $5500. Phone Mar. 1720.
Adv.
Rainbow Rock Sprinos and Kemmerer
coal. Carbon Coal Co- East 11SS Adv.
Htmmel Corset Parlors open for fall
season: 404 Central bldg. Adv.
We Grind everything. Portland Cut
lery Co- it tth st, near Stark. Adv.
Dr. J. H. Cvdupp. dentist, returned;
1:01 Selling bldg. Main 5301. Adv.
A Few choice antiques for sale. Tele
phone Bdwy. 4 ISO. Adv.
Rheumatism s specialty. Kast 1577.
Adv.
KrwANis Club to Breakfast ok Ship.
As a unique variation of their pro
gramme the officers of the Kiwanis
club have announced that the organiza.
tion will hold a breakfast Sunday
morning. August 24, aboard the United
States training ship Iris, in place of
the regular Tuesday luncheon and
meeting. The breakfast will be
thoroughly seagoing and the Portland
club people will see how Uncle Sam
trains the merchant mariners and learn
something of the life of the sailor. The
breakfast will be served at 8 A. M.
aboard the Iris at the municipal dock
at the foot of East Washington streeL
It will be a stag affair, although
features will be arranged for the
ladies later in the day. .
Barney Goldstein Returns. Barney
Goldstein, deputy United States district
attorney, returned Thursday from a
ten-day automobile drive to southern
Oregon and return. Mr. Goldstein was
accompanied by his father, Hyman
Goldstein of New York. The trip was
made from Portland south via MedfeVd
to Crater lake, thence to Bend and home
through central Oregon. On his return
Mr. Goldstein was accompanied oy two
special Indian agents, Jesse Flanders
and Price Recob.
Mr. Sweek Takes Cbarok Soon.
Alex Sweek, Portland attorney, will
take charge of the federal land office
at Portland within a week or ten days.
His appointment to the office was con-
TO
ADMIRAL
List of Warriors to Decide
Portland Programme.
$25,000 AT LEAST NEEDED
Mayor Baker In Telegrams to Rod
man Urges That "Georgia" and
"Seattle" Be Included.
Until definite announcement is re
ceived from Admiral Hugh Rodman as
to the number of ships and men to visit
Portland, the committees in charge of
charge of bottlegglng. Sagrala was one
of two men who had rented the home
of Dr. J. Frank Drake, brother of the
commissioner, and police officials re
cently in a raid uncovered a complete
liquor-making outfit on the premises.
On August 8 Sagala and a man
named J. S. Russell rented the house
from Dr. Drake. The men kept the
blinds down and covered the basement
windows in such a way as to attract
the attention o the police. A raid
was made and four stills and several
barrels said to be liquor In the mak
ing were found. Sagala, who was in
the house at the time, was arrested
and was brought before Commissioner
Drake for a hearing yesterday. He
was bound over to the grand jury on
$500 bail.
Sagala was one of the star witnesses
in the famous Davidson case lastfall.
in which ttie wealthy San Francisco
liquor dealer was found guilty here
and fined $10,000 on the charge of vio
lating the prohibition law.
COMFORT STATIONS UP
City Council Xpw Plans to Construct
Several.
Location of public comfort stations
at Sixth and Washington streets and at
Third and Alder streets was tentatlve-
THIRD-CLASS CRUISER OF PACIFIC FLEET, WHICH, WITH THE CRUISER SALEM, WILL VISIT
PORTLAND ACCOMPANIED BY SIX DESTROYERS.
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SCOUT CRUISER BIRMINGHAM! CRUISER SALEM OF SAME TYPE.
The Birmingham and Salem of the Pacific fleet, which, with six destroyers, will visit Portland in the near
future, are scout cruisers built exactly along the same lines. They were put into service in 1907 and are known
as cruisers of the third class. They have a normal displacement of 3750 tons, are 420 feet in length at the
waterllne and have a maximum draught of 19 '4 feet. They carry an armament of two five-inch guns, six
three-inch guns, two six-pounders and one torpedo tube. They have a speed of about 20 knots.
firmed August 20, and he will assume
charge as soon as the bond, which he
has forwarded to Vashlngton, has been
aoDroved. Mr. Sweek fills the vacancy
caused by the death of Mat Campbell.
SH1PWORKER SUES FOR JJAMAOES.
George F. McCrady filed suit for $22.-
500 damages against the Grant Smith-
Porter Ship company In the circuit
court yesterday for injuries received In
April. 1918. while in the employ oi
the concern.
Bioblow President of Council. At
the special meeting of the city council
yesterday. Commissioner Bigelow was
unanimously elected president As such
he will act as mayor during the absence
of Mayor Baker from the city.
F. X. Arens. the eminent New York
vocal pedagogue and coach announces
his fourth annual vocal course at th-e
Calbreath studios, Portland, from Sept.
1 to October 11. Adv.
Dr. Sherman E. Wrioht has returned.
Adv.
ALLEGED ROBBER TAKEN
AFTKR LONG PrRSCIT JOSEPH
II. MARTIN IS ARRESTED.
Prisoner Held In San Francisco Ac
cued of Larceny of Money
From Woman.
After a nation-wide telegraphic pur
suit, extending from Los Angeles to
Toronto. Canada, and back to Portland,
Joseph H. Martin, indicated in this city
last January, was arrested In San ran-
Cisco yesterday, according to word
reaching the office of Sheriff Hurl-
burL He is accused of robbing Miss
Sue LeBard. saleswoman or the key
stone Jewelry company, of $400.
Martin left Portland In December and
fled from Oakland. Cal., shortly before
his indictment January 35 on a charge
of larceny by bailee, going to Los An
geles, from there to Salt Lake. Denver,
Chicago. 8L Louis. Detroit, Pittsburg
and Toronto. He left Pittsburg June
31 and information from the chief of
police of that city given Sheriff Hurl
burt is to the effect that Martin is sus
pected of taking with him $200 belong-
ng to the Laggs Empire Show in Pitts
burg. August 7, Martin passed through
Portland on his way south. He was
traveling on a railroad pass, secured. It
s said, when he was in the employ of
the railroad administration. He stopped
off at Ashland and Dunsmulr on his
way to Oakland, but telegrams from
Sheriff Hurlburt and the Burns De
tective agency were always one jump
behind.
If Martin does not fight extradition.
Deputy Sheriff George Hurlburt, who
went to Oakland to bring back Charles
White, an alleged forger wanted here.
will bring Martin back with him.
BRIBE OFFER COSTS $400
Bootlegger Is Heavily Fined When
Policemen Tell of Tip.
Because he attempted to bribe Police
man Schulptus alter tne oixtcer naa
arrested him for bootlegging, Joe Conic,
soft drink vendor at oa North Second
street, was fined $400 in municipal
court yesterday by Judge Rossman.
The policeman testified that he found
quantity of whisky at Conic's estab
lishment. After he had confiscated the
liquor and started to place Conic under
arrest, the latter, said the officer, of
fered him $150 to let him go, with a
promise of giving him another $50
the first of next month.
'So long as you seem to be willing to
give your money away so freely, 1 am
going to see that your wishes are ful
filled in every respect, announced the
court as- he assessed the $400 fine.
Conic filed notice of appeal to cir
cuit court.
fleet reception plans are unable to make'
progress with their arrangements, al
though every energy is being used to
raise the $25,000 which is said to be
the least with which Portland can ex
tend a proper welcome.
Ben Selling, chairman of the finance
committee, who has been out of the
city for a week, is expected to return
tomorrow. Admiral Rodman is ex
pected to give definite information this
week.
To eliminate delay. Mayor Baker in
telegrams to the admiral, has urged him
to co-operate with Portland in the en
tertainment of the men.
Blfc Celebration Promised.
The telegram follows:
Portland. Or., Aug. 21, 1919. Admiral
Rodman, flagship New Mexico, Santa Bar
bara. Cal: Portland, Or., will sincerely ap
preciate the dispatch direct to Portland
after presidential review of as many a hi pa
aa possible without their going to Bremerton
We are making elaborate preparations for
a big celebration and desire to have the
biggest showing possible. Your co-opera'
tion will be appreciated.
GEORGE U BAKER, Mayor.
Supplementing this message. Mayor
Baker yesterday sent the following
telegram:
Portland, Or., Aug. 22, 1919. Admiral
Hugh Rodman. V. S. S. New Mexico, Santa
Barbara. Cal.: In addition to telegram of
yesterday, urgently request that Georgia
and Seattle be Included in number of ships
to visit Portland. Request also early in
formation what ships will visit Portland,
date of arrival and length of stay. Definite
Information much needed in order to facili
tate plans for reception and entertainment.
GEORGE L. BAKER. Mayor.
Reports received here yesterday to
the effect that only eight of the ves
sels would visit Portland caused ex
pression of disappointment in some
quarters, but this rumor was quieted
somewhat when Harbormaster Speier
returned from the south with a report
that definite assignment of vessels had
not been made.
Mr. Speier To Return South.
Mr. Speier expects to return to San
Francisco August 31 to confer with
officials who will make the trip to
Portland.
Secretary Dodson of the Cnamber of
Commerce said the assignment of eight
ships to Portland would be regarded
slight to the city and that a re
quest would ue made for the flotilla to
join the fleet at Seattle or Vancouver,
B. C. where large celebrations are be
ing planned, as it would be impossible
to arrange a satisfactory entertainment
here for that small number.
Members of the reception committee 1
were in accord with Mr. Do d son's views
and conferred with Mayor Baker, who
sent the message asking that the Se
attle and the Georgia be among the
vessels assigned to Portland.
STILL IN DR. DRAKE'S HE
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S. COMMISSIONER MAKES
STARTLING DISCOVERT.
ly agreed upon by the city council at
its special meeting yesterday, and loca
tion of two others, one of which may
be placed on the east side, will be con
sidered later.
Sketches of plans prepared by R. K.
Kremers, chief of the construction de
partment, were submitted by Commis
sioner Pier and Building Inspector
Plummer. Locations recommended were
Sixth and Washington, Fourth and
Stark and Park and Stark streets.
Members of the council inclined to the
view that the more central sites should
be chosen, and Third and Alder streets
was suggested because of being in the
street-car transfer section. Mayor
Baker expressed favor for construction
of one of the stations on Grand ave
nue, on the east side, and an inspection
of this part of the city will be made.
Original plans for three of the sta
tions probably will be changed to in
clude four, and if funds are available
it is not unlikely that a fifth will be
Installed. i
STREETS TO BE CLEAR
Commissioner Barbur to Refuse Cer
tain Filling Stations Licenses.
Traffic congestion has reached such
a point in Portland that Commissioner
Barbur has announced a policy of re
fusing to grant permits for filling sta
tions on any streets having double
streetcar tracks. Applications for in
stallation of filling stations on such
streets will be denied, he says, unless
the applicant will consent to a change
by which the station will be located on
a side street, at the rear of the garage
or Inside the building.
"On streets where there are two
streetcar tracks," Mr. Barbur says.
"the filling stations increase the haz
ard to all traffic and result in con
fusion. An auto, stopped to obtain
a supply of gasoline, blocks other ve
hicles if a street car chances to be
passing. We will have to refuse fur
ther permission for location of filling
stations on such thoroughfares."
DISTRIBUTING HOUSE WON
Douclas-Boswell Company Estab
lishes Northwest Agency.
Through the efforts of the Chamber
of Commerce the Douglas-Boswell
company of Sacramento, Cal.. has IP'
By Express
Fall Suits
for up-and-coming young fellows..
The most advanced authentic mod
els showing the striking high
waist-seam and belted styles with
silk-trimmed slash pockets.
Plain shades of gray, green and
brown in fine quality fabrics.
$35 and up
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in
Portland.
MORRISON AND FOURTH.
cated its Pacific northwest distributing
house at Portland, after L. H. Bennett,
their representative, had made a care
ful investigation of the northwest
cities. The company will occupy a
large building in the east side imple
ment district and will have the dis
tribution in this trade territory of the
Holt and1 Case tractors.
Mr. Bennett decided that all sections
of the territory In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho can be reached with
greater ease and with considerable
saving in time from Portland than from
any other city. It is expected that
within a year the company will erect a
building suited lo its requirements.
CANNED TOMATOES HERE
CITY'S CARLOAD OF ARMY SUR
PLUS OX SALE.
Will Be Distributed by Three Port
land Firms Sale Will Fix
Future Policy.
Somewhat belated, but. with quota
tions unchanged, Portland's carload of
surplus army canned tomatoes arrived
yesterday morning, and Purchasing
Agent Mcintosh was engaged during
the day in seeing that the cargo was
promptly distributed to Olds, Wortman
& King, Meier & Frank and Simon
Bros., stores that had consented to
distribute them free of additional cost.
In the shipment are 36.000 cans of
what is known as 2V4 eolid pack, and
the entire lot will be placed on sale
immediately, with free delivery to pur
chasers. The rapidity with which this
consignment is disposed of will deter
mine the city s future policy In ob
taining other surplus army goods for
similar distribution in Portland.
The tomatoes were purchased
through the quartermaster's depart
ment at Fort Mason, Cal., and each
Brother's House Rented to John Sa
gala, Who Sets Tp Illicit Dis
tiller) in Basement.
That his brother's house was being
used as a place of manufacture of illicit
liquor was the startling discovery made
by United States Commissioner Crake
yesterday, when John Sagala was
brought before the federal court on the
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends and
relatives for their sympathy and many
kindnesses and for the floral offerings
sent during our recent bereavement.
. MRS. JOHN KRIEGER
Adv. AND FAMILY.
WATCHMAKER
WANTED
A permanent position open
for a good watchmaker;
will pay good salary and ex
penses to Pendleton. Write
at once.
ROYAL M. SAWTELLE
Jeweler
Pendleton, Oregon
Desks
Chairs
Filing Cabinets
"Art Metal" Safes
Glass & Prudiiomme Co.
PRINTERS, BOOKBINDERS
' 65-67 Broadway
"The 144,000 Saints
and Their New Song"
WHO ARE THEY?
The Revelator alone thus describes
the true church. Is this a literal
number? Will no others be saved?
WHAT DO THEY SING?
Public Lecture
BY
C J. LE ROY
Sunday, August 24, 3 P. M.
W. O. W. TEMPLE
Eleventh Street, Between Washing
ton and Alder
International Bible Students
Seats Free No Collection
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Cool as a Dip in the Surf
What is so delightfully refreshing,
when the sun's rays are blistering
hot, as an icy drink of clear fruit
juices?
Gratefully Chill Are These:
Champagne Punch Irish Rickey
With a sparkle like its name. With the tang of fresh mint.
Clover Leaf Cocktail
Flavored with strawberry
and pineapple.
-Hazelwood Special Chocolates-
Can now be purchased from en
terprising dealers in nearly every
town in Oregon.
If your favorite store does not
already have them, send the name
to us and we will write them.
127 Broadway
UMRnwM nmxr
388 Washington
can sold will represent a saving of ap
proximately 10 cents.
Child Is "Plane" Passenger.
YAKIMA,' Wash., Aug. 22. Ruth
Keefer, aged 21 months, daughter of L.
O. Keefer, of this city, is believed here
to be the youngest airplane passenger.
She made a flight with her father on
Monday in the machine piloted by R. P.
Parshall.
"Troubles
Rolled
Away"
Perhaps you need a ser
mon on useless fretting.
The times seem out of
joint. You are invited
to hear Dr. Byron Stauf
fer in his morning ser
mon (11 o'clock) at
First
Congregational
Church
Park and Madison
At 7:45 P. M.
the subject will be
"The Finest
Man I Ever
Met"
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MODEST 1
Modest prices and good mer- E
chandise at WOOSTER'S
E irorkingmen's store, general mer- E
E chandise at very modest prices,
E clothing for men, women and E
E children. 5-10-15c merchandise;
E tool dealers. E
1 WOOSTER'S
488 TO 494 WASHINGTON ST.
Open Evening: a.
3 Take Car from Wooster'B. IX
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TONIGHT
"Does the Parable of the Rich
Man and Lazarus Prove the
Natural Immortality of the
Soul?"
- 1. ly
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HEAR
EVANGELIST DICKSON
answer this vital question. Is there
such a thing as a conscious soul
after death?
SUNDAY NIGHT'S SUBJECT,
"Twenty Evidences That the
End of the World Is Near"
PUBLIC IXVITED
SPECIAl. MUSIC
COME AT Ti4S O'CLOCK
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Twelfth and Taylor Streets.
REV. JOSHUA STAN'S FIELD, D. D.. PASTOR.
10:30 A. M. Sermon by the Pastor.
SOME CONSTRUCTIVE FORCES OF CHRISTIANITY
Applied to the Present-Day Problems of Industry, Economics, Society,
National and International Life.
12:15 Midsummer Sunday School Lecture and Moving Pictures on the
Sunday School Lesson.
8:00 P. M. Sermon by the Pastor, the Fourth of the Series on "What
Christ Taught."
"THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST."
Mr. Walter J. Stevenson. One of the Finest Bassos of the Pacific Coast,
Will Be the Soloist Morning and Evening.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Alder Street at 12th.
Hear well-known Chi
cago preacher at both
services, 10:30 and 7:45.
REV. GEORGE L.
ROBINSON, D. D.,
(HcCormick Theo
logical Seminary.)
Special music.
Solo at each service
by
E. Maldwrn Evans.
Organ Recital at
7:30 by .
J. MacMillan Muir.
Does History Express God's
Plan?
Do you want to hear this pertinent
question answered Sunday
morning. 10:30?
Wtlhnr Methodist Church
(.Multnomah Hotel)
DR. SHORT
Has a Real Message Based Upon
Modern Conditions, for You.
COME HEAR HIM.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
in Furniture and Appliances, Vault,
Filing Equipment and Supplies, Blank
Books. Indexes, Cards, Loose Leaf
Forms, Seals and Rubber Stamps,
Engineers' and Typewriter Supplies.
Marshall
60S0
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PRINTING ENGRAVING
BOOKBINDING
Fifth and oak Sts.. FgrruuiD. Okgom
FURNACES
RICHARDSON & BOYNTON,
Economical in fuel. Installed
scientifically. Gives maximum
of heat. We also have the best
system of Pipeless Furnaces.
J. C. BAYER FURNACE CO.
Phone Main 461 204 Market St
Wanted Chairs to Cane,
by School for Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
Mar. Bono or
tut WOO.