Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, September 05, 1919, Page 11, Image 11

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    TIIE MORXING OltEGONIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1919.
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
rtty Editor . Vmln TOTO. A MM
Fasdar Editor Ml T70- J??
Advrtlir Department ...Main 70.0. A ..
Superintendent of Building-. .Mam TO.O. A B0a
OUGOMtN AT RESORTS.
Bubaertb with tho following nt
at
most
City
your summer resort to oecoro am
rte. Subscription by mall ro payabla W
fiiviit Or . y C. Robinson
B,y City. Or. -B-.?.h,L n
Kayocean. Or. F. D. Mitchell
Tin.hiA. - A. W. BO'
Careon. Hutu C B. Smith
Carioam pr. 6. St. McMillan
Gearn.rCor. w. S. Robinson
Loo Ue.cn. Wash W. E. sinaun.
MinhiKu Beacn. Or. 8 r. Anel
fansamta. Or.
N'ahcorta. Wash. ....
Neab-kah-ms. Or. ..
S'etarts. Or .........
Nehaiem. Or.
Newport. Or. ........
Ocean Park. Wash. ..
Pacific Beach. Waab.
Pacific City. Or. .....
Rock away. Or.
ceasiJe. or.
E. Ksrdel
H. J. Brown
. . . . . A. C Anaerson
...Mr H. M. Cross
, D. C. PereJoe
O. T. uerroe
.Kmma 9 CampbeL
, Burke Cole
" " Fran Mlliet
A- J. Gillette
Mr. N. St. Mart!.
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Wheeler. Or. ; LSV..,.'
Wood,. Or. Cn5.,,y,Ji.PT.
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AMrSEMEJfTS.
ALTAZAR fElerenth at Morrison) Alcaiar
Musical Players In -The Time. The Flaca
and The Girl." Tonlltht.
LTRIG Fourth at Stark) Musical comedy.
Three snows dmjlr. 9. 7 and 9 P. M.
FAXTAGRS (Broadway at Alder Vaude
ville: three shows dally. 3:30. ana a.ue.
HIPPODROME Broadway at TamhllD
Vaudeville and moving- pictures, i to a.
4S to 11 P. M. Saturdays, Sundays and
bonders continuous. 1.15 to 11 at.
STRAND fWashlnirton street, between Park
and West Park) Vaudeville and moving
nirturea. continuous.
rYrTvrn. rw rsT Free amusement park.
Take "CC" cars. Morrison or Washington
streets.
THE OAKS AMTJSEMENT PARK -ers at
First and Ainerl Arnuirom
Deny in musical comedy.
roo-MRIA BEACH IVancouver cars)
Swlmmlnc dancinc amusements-
THRIFT STAMPS
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sals at
Basra res Office. Oreronlan-
Viusn to Have Picxic. The Ma
as mas will have a reunion picnic of
IX e Mount Rainier outina; tomorrow
larht at Mountain View, to which all
frienrl.e are invited. Take; "V car
and Ret off at RuKby street. Trail
will be marked. Picnic supper will be
served at ( o'clock; coffee will be
served by committee. Bring pictures
taken on Rainier trip. The hike for
Sunday will be to Cedar mill, leaving
Mountain View at 10 A. M. and re
turning by different route to same
point about S P. M. Total distance of
hike II -miVes. Any who desire may
bring bedding and camp out Saturday
Bight.
Apartvcxt Probe Promised. An
open meeting for apartment house
managers and tenants claiming to have
grievances against the former will be
h!d at 2:30 P. M. today at the central
library. This has been called by the
committee of three, headed by Mrs.
Henry Cave, appointed at Tuesday's
housewives' meeting. The committee
plana to make a special canvass of
apartments and will consider all com
plaints turned In. The market sub
committee on eggs and potatoes will
make inquiries as to storage eggs
being sold and reasons for the present
shortage In that commodity. Scarcity
of potatoes also will be considered.
K. Or C. TO IKITIATE L.AROE CLASS.
The "Knights of Columbus will Initiate
a class of 75 canddates at the Cathe
dral school building next Sunday. The
candidates and members will assemble
at 8:45 A. M.. and attend 9:45 mass In
a body." after which the first degree
will be conferred. At 1 P. M. a lunch
will be served the candidates and at 2
P. M. the degree work will be resumed.
The day's ceremonies will conclude
with a banquet In the cathedral school
building. Within a month the Knights
of Columbus will commence work on
tbrlr new building on their present site
at Park and Taylor streets. It will be
built exclusively for club purposes.
OrFEWDBBS" Fines Reduced. Lee
T.lng and Lee Gong, who were fined
$150 and S100, respectively. In the mu
nicipal court for conducting lottery
games, found their fines reduced to 1-5
each when they entered pleas of guilty
before Persiding Judge Oatens of the
circuit court yesterday, after appealing
from the lower court. Judge Gatens
declared that police officers were in
the habit of grandstanding in the
prosecution of Chinese gamblers and
said he considered the punishment too
severe.
Standard Oil. Emplotes to Picnic.
The employes of the Standard Oil com
pany will hold a picnic next Saturday
at Crystal Lake park. There will be
a programme of races and a baseball
game between the Red Crown and the
Zerolene teams of the company. There
will b dancing afternoon and evening.
Health Assets is Business. Probably
no treatment in the world will bring
the tired-out. chronically-ailing busi
ness man back to efficiency and health
so quickly as the milk and rest cure.
The Moore Sanitarium. Phone Kast 47.
Office 908 Selling building. Main 6101.
Adv.
Dr. AlzamaN Ira LrcAS will speak In
the Christensen's (lower) hall. Kleventh
St.. bet. Morrison and Yamhill sts., Sun
day night. September 7. at 8 o'clock.
Tou are Invited. Admlsaion free. No
collection. Adv.
Circle to Serve Lvnch. YVlnsIow
Mead Circle. Ladies of the G. A. K.. will
serve lunch at noon on Monday at room
bZi Courthouse. Out-of-town members
re heartily welcome.
Prize Waltz. A special dance will
be given Saturday night at Apollo
temple: jazs orchestra. Ladies 29c,
gents tie: war tax Cc. Adv.
Dr. Ella K. Dearborh. SOO Union ava
north; office houra after 1:30 P. M. Sun
days and mornings by appointment.
Adv.
Patent leather pumps, low heels.
$4.85. Knight Shoe company Steps
to Economy. Adv.
Dr. Emma E. Shadohnesst. dentist,
C04 Broadway bldg returned. Main
:. Adv.
Milk Diet Treatment. The Moore
Sanitarium. Phone Main 4101. East 47.
Adv.
Joceltk FotTLKES. Instructed In Lesche
tizky piano method by firee. E. 6967
Adv.
Hill Military Acapemt opens Sep
tember 17. Make reservations now.
Adv.
Dr. Ratmowd E. Watkiks returned;
office 103 Corbett blaJg. Main 8288.
Adv.
DR. J. E. Anderson, osteopathic phy
sician. (15 Selling bldg. Main 4113.
Adv.
Dr. R. S. De Armond has returned.
Diseases of women and surgery. Suite
408 Morgan bldg. Adv.
Dr. Ralph A. Fenton has returned:
ew location; (09 Stevens bldg. Phone
Main 167. Adv.
The Spitznbr violin studio reopens
Sept. 8. Selling-Htrsch bldg. Adv.
Vi Grind everything. Portland Cut
lery Co.. 8 ith st.. near Stark. Adv.
For Sale. Small law library, book
eases and desk. h)esl 2173. Adv.
Dr. Charles M. Barree returned. 309
Stevens bldg. Main 3409. Adv.
Dr. Witham. physician. Medical build
ing. Phone Main 6623. Adv.
Gardner School opens Vept. 8. 208
Globe bldg. Adv.
Dr. illiam F. Kaiser has returned;
323 Medical bldg. Adv.
RhecmaTism a. specialty. East 1577.
Adv.
Office for rent. Fenton bldg., 84 6th
Apply supt. Adr.
Club Is Entertained. Several en
joyable entertainment numbers fea
tured the noon luncheon of the Pro
gressive Business Men's club at th
Benson hotel yesterday. Bob White,
a returned whistling doughboy, who is
appearing at the Hippodrome and De
Bronse and Ellis, also on the Hippo-
f drome a current bill, entertainea, wnne
readings by Miss Lucile Lloyd of the
Ellison-White Chautauqua system were
much appreciated. Wilfrid P. Jones,
vice-president of the club, presided at
the luncheon, which was enlivened by
musical numbers led by Walter Jenkins,
with M;s prace Brown as accompanist.
Deal for Bruun Estate Still Pend.
Ino. C. S. Jensen has denied the an
nouncement that the deal to purchase
the A. A. Bruun estate on Riverside
Drive has been completed by him. The
original announcement to that eftect
came from tho offices -of Jensen &
Von Herberg. although not given out
by Mr. Jensen personally. Mr. J-ensen
states that a deal Is pending but that
no definite agreement has been reached.
The Bruun estate Is just across the
river from the Oaks. The) price asked
for it Is said to be 360.000. At present
Mr. Jensen Is making his home in the
Welst apartments on Twenty-third
street.
Photographers adjourn. With the
election of officers and the selection of
Tacoma as the next annual meeting
place the convention of photographers
of the) Pacific northwest adjourned
yesterday. Officers elected were: Presi
dent. D. Perry Evans. Portland; vice
president. Theodore Brown: Belling-
ham: secretary-treasurer, F. J. Lee,
Tacoma; state vice-presidents. Ore
gon Henry Herger Jr., Portland
Idaho Mrs. L. M. Vader, Weiscr: Wash.
ington Mr. Rove. Spokane. The asso
elation went on record as Indorsing the
bill to linense photographers which was
introduced in the recent Washington
legislature.
Excursion Is Postponed. Announce
ment was made yesterday that the
southern Oregon excursion of Portland
business men has been postponed until
October 12. The train will leave at
midnight on that date and will be
gone nearly a week, during which
many towns will be visited. These in
clude Kooeburg. Grants Pass. Medford,
Ashland. Klamath Falls and Weed, Cal.
Reservations are being made now at
the Chamber of Commerce and it is
believed the excursion party will be
tho largest ever making such a trip
out of Portland. The train will con
sist of six cars.
Good Beefsteak, 15c.
At Frank L. Smith's. 228 Alder street
Lamb's stew and lamb's liver, 10c.
Veal stew and veal breasts. 12' c.
Legs lamb and lamb chops. 20c.
Shoulder lamb 12V4c. they're good.
Buy Smith's oven roast beef, 15c.
Roast veal, 15c. Boiling beef, 10c.
Pot roasts, 12 tc. Corned beef, 15c
Smith's Juicy tenderloin steak, 20c.
It's good, our breakfast bacon 40c.
Frank L. Smith's Is 228 Alder st. Adv
Berate on Irish Republic Tonioht.
A debate on the subject, "The Irish
Republic. Why?" will be held at the
auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock. Kath
leen O'Brennan of Ireland will take
the affirmative and James Robertson
of Scotland, the negative. Colonel
C. E. S. Wood will make the closing
remarks. The meeting- is under the
auspices of .the central labor council,
and will be open to the public.
New Forestrt Paper Out. "The
Forest Patrolman" is the title of th
publication which made its introduc
tion yesterday to timbermen of the
northwest. It is published by "the
Western Forestry and Conservation as
sociation under the supervision of Miss
Emily Otis. The paper will be published
twice during June, July and August,
during the forest fire season and pos-
ibly through the winter. '
Teachers Will Meet. The Multno
mah County Teachers' association will
hold a meeting tomorrow morning at
10:30 o'clock in Superintendent Alder
son's room In the courthouse. The as
sociation is made up of teachers in
Multnomah county outside of Portland.
An attendance of. 2500. pupils -is ex
pected when the schools of the out
side districts open next Monday.
Bank Inspector Comino. W. A. Day,
deputy governor of the federal reserve
bank In San Francisco, and formerly
manager of the Portland branch. Is ex
pected to reach Portland today for an
Inspection of the local Institution. Mr
Day is visiting the various branches in
the northwest.
Jewish Services Held Todat. Serv
ices will be held at Congregation
Ahaval Sholom. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow morn
ing services will be at 8:30 o'clock.
Rabhl R. Ahrahamson will officiate.
Watch Our Window Displays.
FJOW for your
Fall Suit and
Overcoat
Make it today! See these hand
some fall and winter suits and
o'coats in nifty belted and waist
seam models.
Colors are rich in tone fabrics are
warm without weight.
$45
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House
in Portland.
MORRISON AND FOURTH
Carrier Pigeon Found. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas G. W. O'Connor of Nasel. Wash
are attempting to locate the owner of
a carrier pigeon which they found
roosting on tle steps of their porch
recently. The bird seemed tired and
evidently had lost its way. It bore as
marks of Identification a silver ring
on ono leg with the figures AU19V12,
and on the other leg a brass clasp. Mrs.
O'Connor is keeping the pigeon in an
old parrot cage, but is afraid that the
confinement is injurious to the bird.
WAGE DEMAND STOPS MILL
Manager Quickly Blows Whistle
When Sawyers Ask $10 a Day.
HOQUIAM, Wash.. Sept. 4. (Special.)
When sawyers employed at the Coats
shingle mill in East Hoqulam demanded
an increase in wages of 35 cents an
hour or a guarantee of a minimum
wage of 810 a day, J. A. Lewis, treas
urer-manager of the company, walked
out Into the mill and blew the plant's
whistle as a signal to stop all work.
The mill was Immediately closed down
I regarded the demand as unrea
sonable and I so informed the men
when the committee called on me."
explained Mr. Lewis. .
OREGON SUITS FOR BOYS.
Mothers and fathers are cordially
nvlted to see today the new boys
suits we have Just manufactured in
our own tailoring shops.
Made of pure Oregon woolens of the
same cloth J our famous men's suits.
hey will wear as long. Ask Dad, he
knows what this means. Priced $10 to
820. Brownsville Woolen . Mills Store,
Third and Morrison. Adv.
Hatchery Improvement Ordered.
ASTORIA. Or.. Sept. 4. (Special.)-
WOMEN WANTED
For Various Kinds of Work
in our cannery and preserving factory.
Plant located East First and Yamhill Sts.
Phone East 194-195.
STARR FRUIT PRODUCTS CO.
day's work
Wednesday we sold 16
Radiantfires to up-to-date
families, who prefer com
fort and cleanliness to dirt
and ashes. 16 in 8 hours: 2
an hour!
These cool mornings and
chilly evenings they are
just the thing.
Come in and see
lighted up at
them
PORTLAND GAS & COKE CO.
Fifth and Alder.
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Among the Improvements being made
at the Klatskanine river hatchery is
the laying of f500 feet of 16-lnch pipe
to replace the present flume and in
sure an adequate-supply of pure water
at the hatchery building. The material
has been procured and" the pipe is to
be laid immediately.
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
nian. Main 7070, A 6095.
Friends of Democracy
The Irish Republic
Why?
Debate Between
James Robertson of Scotland
and
Kathleen O'Brennan of Ireland.
Closing Remarks by C. E. S. Wood.
Under the auspices of the Central
Labor Council at The- Auditorium, 3d
and Clay, tonight at 8 o'clock.
DRY WOOD FOR SALE
(Heavy. Median., Light)
From
FRENCH GOVERNMENT SHIPYARD
(Ready for Delivery Sept. 15)
SHIPYARD0 WOOD CO.
Phone Bdy. 984. Front and Kleolal Sts.
"As Ye Sow, So Shall
Ye Reap"
A bit of practical wisdom contributed by a sage of long
ago that remains eternally true.
Of the estimated 940,000,000 bushels of wheat raised in
the United States this year, 68,000,000 come from Oregon
and Washington.
Many farmers will make a good living from the sale
of their wheat alone. But, it is the farmer who carefully
prepares the -ground, enriches it with necessary chem
icals, and plants tested seed, who reaps the plentiful
harvest.
As you systematically sow savings, so shall you reap
steady income for old age; fortunate investments; a
home of your own.
What Are You Sowing?
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Demonstration
and Sale!
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
Office Furniture & Appliances
Printing s Encra ving s bookbinding
Marshall 6080
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FIFTH OAK I
MRTLANtt. omtaoM
COMPLETE LINE OP STEEL
HUNG DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
HOTEL
TEW ART
SAN FRANCISCO
Geaiy Street, just oil Union Square
Fsmoui tor good service, comfort ind txeelhst
cuisine at reasonable price.
Rates from $1.75 a Day
Breakfast 40c and 76e. Lunch 60c: Sundays
75c Dinner $1.25; Sundays 1. 60.
Municipal Car Una direct to door.
Motor bu meets trains and steamers. .
liiimiiiiiliimitiimiii
1 Saturday i
Only!! j
National Biscuit Co.'s
Products.
1 All 20c pkgs., 3 for 50c. 1
All 20c pkgrs. of Fancy
Sugar Wafers, 15c.
' Large Barrels Ginger 1
Snaps, 35c. I
A fine assortment of
I Rookies; regular price,
40c; sale price 30c.
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Some of the
New Attractions
in Market Today
and Tomorrow.
Fresh shipment
Damson plums, 20
pound box $1.90.
Choice Honey Dew
Melons, 35c and
50c.
Fresh Garden Spin
ach, 2 lbs. for 25c.
Fresh Lima beans
imported 35c can.
Fresh Brussels
Sprouts, per jar,
50c.
Fresh Fard Dates,
per lb. 50c.
"The taste of quality lingers long after
the price is forgotten"
4- 6101
Main 7 ZOO
290 5TARK ST.
II
rownsville Fall Suits
Meet Every Test of Style, Wear, Value
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Fall will soon be here. The Brownsville Woolen Mill Store is
ready with your new Fall suit. Seasons come and go, but the
Brownsvile standards of clothing that stand- sturdy wear and
gives long service are unchanging.
We are showing for Fall wear, suits made of the finest wool
ens, excellent weaves and fabrics, attractive shades and colors,
latest styles and tailored up to the exacting Brownsville
standards. The prices have not- jumped skyward either.
Selling as we do "Mill-to-Man," whereby you, the consumer,
meet the manufacturer face to face, we are able to eliminate
middlemen and to save you $10 to $15 on your suit. Savings
like this are important to you.
See Our Boys' Suits-
Real Live Boys
-for
Mothers and fathers are cor
dially invited to see our fine
assortment of boys' clothing.
Snappy Norfolk 'styles in cas
simeres, tweeds, cheviots,
serges, corduroys and fancy
mixtures. See also our fam
ous Oregon Buckskins, all
wool, and the best buy for
schoolboys on the market.
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THE BATTLE CREEK
School of Home Economics
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Hb EoQBoaiiM to Quality you
DIETITIAN TEACHERHO ME MAKER
Mar aJU ootsc In for our y dum this we m
uppir. Bofaool affiliated with it grot Battit Crw
Baoltariom afford eoraprrhenuT pr actio I training
In connection with tbm theorttta work. Soboo) lo
04(4 In beautiful part of tta tat, tudflitei
njoy axMptional surroundlnc for studying, wttte
ui usual advantage for healthful ramatlon.
Tuition and tiring xpena modarata. Op
portion ttla to defray part of xp0(i. II
Itxstratfd proTtii on NtjnecC Ad (frees:
LBNNA FRANCES COOPER, B. Dean
ft 18 ftteitt Crn. Mi.
Ford Delivery
Bargain Hand-made metal body; first
class tires, good mechanical condi
tion. Snap at
$300
GEO. E. WIGHTMAN CO.
90 Eleventh St.
Phone Broadway 1903
WANTED
2 Expert Prune Dryermen, for Tunnel Dryer.
Wages $7.50 per day, board and railroad ex
penses. Will guarantee 30 days' work, com
mencing about Sept." 10th. Apply to Idan-ha
Orchard, Nyssa, Oregon, stating experience.
Woolen Mill Building.
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
Mill-to-Man Clothiers,
Third and Morrison Streets.
On the
Height
s
Beautiful lots for sale. Two
blocks from carline and
near school. ,
Cash or Terms
Address AE 338, Oregonian
PREPARATORY and BUSINESS SCHOOLS
Day and Night
Fall Term Opens Tuesday, September 9.
The preparatory school is accredited to universities and colleges.
The bookkeeping school prepares for bookkeeping, stenographic and
secretarial positions
INTENSIVE WORK
SMALL CLASSES
MEN TEACHERS
Features.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
RAPID ADVANCEMENT
MODERATE TUITION
Register Now.
Division C Department of Education,
Y. M. C. A. Building, Portland.
AUTOMOBILE AND TRACTOR SCHOOL
Complete and thorough training in construction and
operation of Automobiles and Tractor. A practical school
for practical men. Students get training in well-equipped
laboratories and in actual repair experience
For special bulletin address Div. C, Automobile School
Office, 416 Y. M: C. A. Bldg Portland.