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THE 3IORXIXG OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, 3IAT 11, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Kditor Main 7070. A 6K3
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Advertising department. -Main 7070, A 60!i"i
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ORPHKCM Broadway at Taylor) Vaude
ville. This afternoon and tonisht-
BAKER (Broadway near Morrlsop) Baker
block company In "Dawn o' the Moun
lrniC (Fourth at Stark) Musical rora
edy, "The Prince of Pilsner." Three
shows dally at 2, 7 and 9.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeille and moving pictures. 2 to 5,
4:4S to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sundays and
holidays continuous 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PANTAGKS (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows dally, 2:311. 7 and 9:05.
COUNCIL. CREST Kree amuiscm,ent park.
Take "CC" cars, Morrison or Washington
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On fale at
Business Office. Orcgonian.
MAN CAUGHT AFTER HUNT
1'OLICE FIXD ITALIAN WAXTKD
FOIl PAST TWO MONTHS.
Road Bids to Bk Asked. Bids for
the paving of portions of the St.
Helens road where test pavement laid
In 1915 is not standing the traffic
wear, and alsb for pavement along
Montgomery ' drive and Columbia
boulevard will be asked by the county
commissioners after the return of
Ralph W. Hoyt. chairman of the board,
from San Francisco, where he is at
tending the world trade congress. It
is hoped to begin work directly after
the Kose Festival. The county's gen
eral fund contains $284,957.21 and the
road fund is J58.491.70, according to
the report of Auditor Martin submited
to Commissioners Holman and Muck
Collins Ftjnerai. Held. Funeral
services for Mrs. Odile F. Collins, 72,
Oregon pioneer who died Saturday,
were held yesterday morning from
St. Mary's cathedral. Burial was at
Tiiverview cemetery. Mrs. Collins
had been a resident of Portland since
185S. She was a native of France,
but came to this country with her
parents when a small child. They
moved to Portland shortly after their
arrival in the United States. She is
(survived by one daughter, Mrs. C.
Miller, and two sons, Percy J. Collins
and William F. Collins, all of Port
land. Wife-Beating Charged. In a fit
of anger, Fred W. Humbert beat his
wife with his crutch, says Mrs. Myrtle
K. Humbert in a suit for divorce filed
in the circuit court yesterday. He
was on crutches, she explained, be
cause of injuries received when he
was shot by a negro porter in a
barber shop in. which Humbert was
employed. Other divorce suits filed
yesterday were: I.ulia Waterman
against W. L. "Waterman, Mary F.
Brannon against Hugh Brannon and
Myrtle J. Gentry against Benjamin
Christian Scientist to Lecture.
Th Seventh Church of Christ, Scien
tist, of this city has announced a free
lecture on Christian Science by John
Sidney Braithwaite, C. S. B., of Lon
don, England, member of the Board of
Lectureship of the mother church, the
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in
Boaton, Mass., Thursday evening, May
13. in the auditorium of the James John
high school, Alta street and William
ette boulevard, St- Johns, at 8. o'clock
The doors will open at 7:30 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to at
Wallace Held tor Grand Jort.
Linns Wallace, who was arrested Sat
urday night after he is said to have
used a kiife in an argument with C.
E. Robertson in a downtown restau
rant, was held to answer to the grand
jury yesterday by Municipal Judge
Rossman on a charge of assault with
a dangerous weapon. His bail was
placed at J250. The trouble is said
to have started as the result of a
disagreement about the switchmen's
Trucks Supplant "Donkeys." Auto
trucks instead of donkey engines are
to be used in logging a 160-acre tract
on the Mount Hood loop road just
purchased by the Sandy Lumber com
pany. The property was sold by E.
H. King of Cherryville and brought
J19.000 for approximately 5,000,000
Club Luncheon Announced. A
luncheon of the Aero club of Ore
gon has been called for noon today
at the Oregon grille. Notices of the
meeting have been sent out by George
Seaside Via Auto. Cars leave for
Astoria, Seaside and way points at 10
A M. daily from 125 6th" street (near
Washington). For rates and reserva
tions telephone Mar. 43S1, Shepard's
Auto Bus lines. Adv.
Rummage Sale Extraordinary.
Portland Woman's club. May 11 to 15.
fire house market, 170 Fourth st.
Vote 88, W. R. McDonald, candidate
for the republican nomination for rep
resentative, 17th district. Your sup
port will be appreciated. Adv.
Dance tonight for the public, given
by Anchor Council, No. 746, S. B A.,
W. O. W. hall, 128 11th St.; every
body invited. Admission 33c.; Adv.
Want to buy bungalow or small
house; strictly modern in select dis
trict, west side preferred. Cash trans
action. Phone Bdwy. 2137. Adv.
Kemmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co.,
mine agents. 321 Hawthorne ave. East
Fine, heavy. 12-ft. oak counter,
suitable for office; $150. Main 5371.
Dru Mae H. Cardwell has returned.
Dr. E. . V. Morrow has resumed
practice in Morgan bldg. Adv.
Milk Cure at the Moore Sanitarium
Dr. E. K. Scott, returned: Selling
Dr. Mae H. Cardwell has returned.
Joint Saltalamaeliia Charged Willi
Contempt of Court and -Murderous
Assault on Wife.
That he slashed his wife's throat
from ear to ear and cut and perma
nently defigured her face, is the
charge against John SaltaJamachia,
who will appear before Circuit Judge
Tucker this morning for contempt
of court and who also must face a
complaint of assault with intent to
kill, sworn out in the district attor
Saltalamachia was arrested Sunday
by deputies from Sheriff Hurlburt's
oflice in Portland after a search
which had been in progress since
March 1 6.
On March 8 Angelina Sea fid a Salta
lamachia, who was suing her husband
for divorce, received an order from
His injuries were treated at the Good
Samaritan hospital. ;
Pete Vanderkin, 40, 294 Ivon street,!
a foreman at the St. Johns terminal, '
received a shoulder bruise and a cut!
on the head whan he was struck by:
a beam at the terminal. He was
taken to St. Vincent's hospital.
O. W. Davenport, 27, 821 Garfield
avenue, a machinist, was injured in
the back yesterday when he was
struck by an air hammer. He was
treated at Good Samaritan hospital.
See Morrison Street Windows
AUTO DRIVER TRIAL SET
RF:.IDKT OF rORTLAXD
FOR 40 YEARS DROPS
" a H -1
Sebastian Ply male.
Sebastian Plymale, 91 Grand
avenue, who dropped dead last
Thursday on the Morrison
bridge as the result of a cere
bral hemorrhage, was a pioneer
resident of Oregon and had
made his home in Portland for
the past 40 years. He was S2
years of age.
He was born in Illinois in
18.38. and with his parents came
to Oregon in 1S52, settling first
in Jackson, county. After a
varied experience as farmer,
miner, clerk and owner of one
of the largest livery stables in
Jacksonville, he came to Port
land and made his home here
until his death. He is survived
by his widow, two sons, Harry
L. of this city and Fred S. of
Arlington, Wash., and a sister,
Mrs. N. Gianini of Portland.
C. J. Anderson Faces Charge of In
. voluntary Manslaughter.
C. J. .Andfrson, driver of the auto
mobile in which Gustave Johnson was
killed November 21, 1919, at East
Eighty-second street and Powell Val
ley road, will be tried for involun
tary manslaughter in the circuit
court June 10, the date being set yes
terday by Presiding Circuit Judge
McCourt. Johnson was killed in a
collision between Anderson's car and
one driven by Myshale Underwood.
Damages of J5000 were awarded Mrs.
Josephine Johnson, widow, in the cir
cuit court recently.
Sabo Sabaeff. indicted for the
murder of George Gamanoff April 1,
is to be tried June 11. Gamanoff
was killed in a quarrel in which
numerous shots were fired by Sabaeff,
Zaray Sashieff, another Russian, be
ing hit four times, but not fatally
MOONSHINER DRAWS GUN
Federal Revenue Agents Capture
Still and. Liquor in Woods.
Tony Surino, alleged moonshiner,
drew a revolver on a federal reve
nue agent in the woods north of
Hilltiboro late Sunday night, in an
effort to escape arrest during the
progress of a raid. The revenue
agent, who works out of the Port
land office, crashed his own weapon
over Surino's head and rendered him
Surino and his alleged partner, John
Polochinko, were brought to Port
land and placed in the county jail
under a federal charge. A still, which
was in operation, and ten gallons of
moonshine whisky were found.
TRIO TO APPEAR TONIGHT
Fipes-Konrad-Hutchison Group to
Give Concert at Hotel.
A musical event of this evening
will be the appearance of the Pipes-Konrad-Hutchison
trio in recital at
the Hotel Multnomah. This will be
the last appearance of the season
for this organization. The MacDowell
club has sponsored the trio chamber
concerts for two seasons. The pro
gramme this evening includes a Bee
thoven trio. No. 7, in four move
ments; a Wolf-Ferrari trio, opus 7,
in three movements, and two short
numbers, a minuetto by Gouvy and
the Elegie by Josef Suk, which will
be repeated by request.
TWO TOWNS FAVOR TAX
Silverton and Wilsonville Indorse
"The people of Silverton and Wil-
Judge Tucker restraining her hus
band from molesting her during the
pendency of the suit. On March 15
he is said to have made a murderous
attack on the woman, with the result
that a bench warrant was issued im
mediately by Judge Tucker, and a
complaint sworn out in the district
attorney's office, each action inde
pendent of the other. The attack is
said to have been made at the woman's
home, 386 East Eleventh street.
The Saltalamachias were married in
Italy in 1900 and have seven children.
An incident of the divorce action, not
yet finished, was the discharge of
Paul C. Dormitzer as attorney for the
woman by Judge Tucker. The wife
filed an affidavit in the case asserting
that she was entirely dissatisfied and
disgusted with her attorney, that
Dormitzer had been intoxicated when
conferring with her and that he re
fused to give. up the case unless she
paid him. J500. She already had paid
him J140, she said.
Judge Tucker gave Dormitzer a
hearing in court but relieved him,
supplementing Glenn Y. Wells as the
woman's lawyer. This was on
FIVE MISHAPS REPORTED
DAY'S ACCIDENTS MOSTLY OF
BAPTIST DRIVE GOES ON
Oregon Subscriptions Total More
Than $100,000; Miliou Wanted.
Baptist leaders of Oregon announce
an extension of the $1,043,000 cam
paign of the Baptist new world
movement drive, which ope: 1 April
25 In 36 states of the union. With
the total now more than $400,000, they
have decided that the campaign
would continue "until nearly every
cent of the Jl.000,000 has been sub
scribed." The total in the national campaign
for $100,000,000 has passed the $50.
000,000 mark, according to reports
received here today from Dr. John
1". Aitchson, general director in the
campaign. These reports are very
incomplete, and the national leaders
believe that several million dollars
have been subscribed without having
come to their knowledge.
Three Men Injured by Falls All
Taken to Local Hospitals
Five accidents, most of them indus
trial, were reported to the police yes
terday, injuries ranging from those of
a minor character to a iractured leg.
John Brothner of Lebanon, Or., em
ployed as a painter on a building at
Ninteenth and Johnson streets, sus
tained a fractured leg yesterday when
he fell from a second-story scaffold.
He was taken to St. Vincent's hospi
tal. Mr. Brothner is 52 years of age
John Unges. 308 Stark street, 75
years of age, sustained head and nose
bruises when he fell at Fifth and Main
streets. He was treated at St. Vin
An injured hip was sustained by
Charles Mollett, 45, of 4629 Sixty-third
street southeast, in a fall at the
Olympia mill, where he is employed.
NAME IN EVERY PAIR"
quality makes the
demand for the
MADE WnJ US A
gloves better than
we can supply.
You'll find them
the most depend'
able of silk
FOR MEN. WOMEN & CHILDREN
Silk Shirt Sale
Is best visible
from Oak street,
Hotel, 8 o'clock
CHAMBER MUSIC RECITAL
The Pipes-Konrad-Hutchison Trio
will play the last concert of the sea
son tonight at Hotel Multnomah. Ad
mission to public, $1.00. MacDowell
club members will observe same
guest rules as for previous trio con
cert. Adv. - T
Beautiful patterns of our entire 1920 spring stock. No job lots or
leftovers. All high grade Lion Quality Shirts.
Rich broadcloth silks, crepe de chine, pongee, peau de crepe, jersey silk
and heavy tub and fiber silks. Fancy stripes in attractive color combi
nations. Also plain whites and tans. Sizes 14 to 17 14.
AT LEGITIMATE REDUCTIONS
Regular $10 and $12.50 values; special at S8.45
Regular $15 values; special at .$11.45
Regular $16.50 and $18 values; special at -S13.50
. Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland
MORRISON AT FOURTH S. & H. STAMPS GIVEN
son villa gave the two-mill tax mea
sure for elementary education their
unanimous indorsement at meetings
held Friday and the Marion County
Parent-Teacher association added its
belief in the bill Saturday," said Mrs.
C. W. Hayhurst, president of the Ore
gon Parent-Teacher association, who
spoke before these meetings last
week and who will leave today for
eastern Oregon in behalf of the mea
sure, expecting to be gone until the
day before election." . v
Mrs. Hayhurst will speak this aft
ernoon at Hood River and this eve
ning at The Dalles.
W ED. EVEMKG
Bay Her Ilcf-ord To
day at Onr Store.
74608 Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark!
74552 Perle du Bresll (Thou Brilliant
A4820 Traviata Sempre Libera.
74522 Solvejgs Song.
74499 Rigoletto Caro Nome.
74558 Puritan! Qui la voce.
74538 Sonnambula Ah, mon credea
74557 Proch's Air and Variations. .
74500 La Partida (The Departure).
74509 Lucia (Mad Scene).
74512 Romeo et Juliette (Waltz
7451 Lakme fBell Song).
74532 Dinorah (Shadow Song).
74594 Traviata Ah, fors' e lui.
64 807 Twilight.
74599 Don Pasquale Cavatina.
87567 Rigoletto Plangi fanciulla, by
Galli-Curci and De Luca.
89134 Traviata (Say to Thy Daugh
ter), by Galli-Curci and De
95100 Rigoletto (Quartet), by Galli
Curci, Perini, Caruso and De
G.F. JOHNSON PIANO CO.
14 Sixth Stmt, Bftwerm Alder and
PAY OFF YOUR MORTGAGE
in monthly Installments and really
own your home. See us about your
renewal. Special proposition. Port
land Trust Co.. Sixth and Morrison.
Olympia mill, where he is employed. " """"
something fWN I
1 AAV,- f K y
Two Boys, Believed Drowned.
CHEHALIS.Wash., May 10. (Spe
cial.) Fifty searchers in the Cowlitz
river valley at Rifle are trying to
find "two boys, aged 7 and 9, who
disappeared yesterday- while fishing.
Their mother, Mrs. Wood, is a widow.
The presumption is both were
at moderate prices,
whether for the day, week
' Ceatrally located.
CoBTealeat to all earlinea aad
points at Interest.
Refined and substantial (nr.
nlahlngs cheerful and Invltino
GLENN B. HITE. HIGH.
WASHINGTON AT TWELFTH
A LOCAVBKRRT .LA7.7, rONFECTION
PRICE 5 CENTS
Russell & Colbert Co.
Ths SEWARD la a, new, modem sot
elegantly appointed hotel, possessing
ens of the most beautiful ccroar lob
bies la the Northwest. Located st
10tt and Aider si a., opposli Olds,
Wortman A King's big department
store In heart of retail and theater
district. Rates S1.K0 and up. Bus
meets all trains W car also runt
from Union Depot direct to Hotel
BEWABa W. la. 8ward. Prop.
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit
Cast Morrison St. and East Sixth.
15 Per If ay. Per Week Up.
Boys! Last Call!
Two Ways to Have Money
in Your Pocket
1st Invent a name win a prize. Who
knows you may be the lucky one!
Anyway, it costs you nothing to try.
1st Prize $25.00
2d Prize.... 10.00
3d Prize 5.00
v 10 Prizes 1.00
GET ' YOUR CONTEST BLANKS NOW AT THE
BOYS' DEPARTMENT CONTEST CLOSES MAY 15
2d Become personally acquainted with the Brownsville money
saving All-Wool Suits for Boys suits that are not only built for
wear, but will stand the wear and still look good when outgrown.
Our Boys' Suits always sold at lower prices than are equal
values elsewhere may now be bought at an even greater saving.
fc. $10 to $20
Permanent Reduction Now
of 10. From These Prices
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
Third and Morrison
lL-2ZZ? TsT.. sn-jgy SHIELDS YDURUKfiS
Strong, healthy stock raised from
our high quality Seeds and
Geraniums are not plentiful this
year better get your order in
rEast Side Stock
If you live on east side or drive a
car go to our .fiant i'acKing lie- -1
partment, East Oregon and Union Ave., "where we have a large I
supply salesmen and "wrappers. I
T" 'i. T?m.fri-ix Eet a supply of Wonder or C. 31. Fertilizer
-L'tin l r UrgC l to give "pep" and health to growing "plants.
Garden, Poultry and Pet Stock Supplies of All
and Pet Stock Supplies of
f4S 147 2 St. Portland Ore.
son and Alder
Why Pay $85 to $150
For This Gasket?
Rirrf -Sly. -JL,1''-
Our Price $40
Complete Funerals $75 and Up.
Call us day or night. We conduct funerals at Gres
ham, Boring, Eagle Creek, Sandy, Lents, Sellwood
and St. Johns. ' It will pay you to call and see for
yourself. It is not necessary to call an undertaker
immediately ; five or six hours make little difference.
Miller & Tracey
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington at Ella St.
: : 1 '
Salesmen Wanted n. 1 f
An exceptional opportunity for alTrtTIIPV IflVPfQ
an intelligent gentleman to sell V J ITAvTvlO
popular-priced line of children's.
"boys and men's clothins to the For Distriri A ttnru"V
wholesale trade. Write A. S. BIRSH Ur UlSiriCl StIIOrHey
to, 125 Summer St., Boston. Paid Advertisement.
Wanted Chairs to Cane Estab. 20 Years in Portland
by School tor Blind fj-a.a 7.ri
FOR PARTICULARS CALL s XJVsIL V V J
Mar. so8o or 7i f r f c 7i t . Root and Herb Remedies
Tabor no7 1V1 K..J . T yCTS . .
- 162' First St., Portland, Or.