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THE MORNIXG OREGOXTAX, TUESDAY, MAY" 23, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. A BOSS
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A 6095
Advertising Department. -Main 7070. A 6095
Superintendent of Bids.. .Main 7070, A 609o
OUtPHECM (Broadway at Taylor) Vanis-
vUle. This afternoon and tonight.
BAKER (Broadway near Morrion
Baker Stock company in "Lena Rivers.'
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, "Fads and Follies." . Three shows
daily at 2, 7 and 9.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Tamhlll)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, 2 to 5.
6:45 to 11 P. M. Saturdays, Sundays
and holidays continuous 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PANTAGBS (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows daily. 2:30. 7 and
COUNCIL CREST Free amusement park.
Take "CC" cars. Morrison or Washing
THE OAKS Amusement park. Free ad
mission until 5 P. M., except Sundays
and holidays. Take car at First and
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Business Office, Oregonian.
Free Entertainment at Iibrart.
Featuring Mrs. Mischa Pelz, soprano,
and Henry Dlrkson, bass, of the Port
land Opera association, the Foremen's
school of the national safety council,
division of Oregon and the Columbia
basin, -will give a big free entertain
ment tomorrow night at 8 o'clock In
the central library. The programme
will consist of moving; pictures, fol
lowed by an address by Jay Stevens,
who is well known In council circles.
Prizes will be distributed to the hold
ers of the lucky numbers In their big
contest. Officers- will be elected at
the close of the evening. Everyone
and particularly the ladies are wel
come and will be assured of a good
Kiwants Club Meets Todat. The
Kiwanis club will meet today In the
Tyrolean room of the Benson hotel.
John T. Dougall, prominent lumber
man, will Bpeak on "The Commercial
Aspect of Forest Protection." George
H. Cecil, head of the United States
forest service in this district, will
speak on "Forest Protection From
the Tourist's Standpoint," and Colonel
C. A. Simmons will outline the plans
of the Oregon States chamber of
the club will devote all of its activi
commerce. In. Forest Protection week
ties to spreading the gospel of "no
Osteopaths Meet Todat. The Port
land Osteopathic society will hold its
May meeting today In the assembly
hall, Morgan building, Portland. Dr.
C. B. Atzen of Omaha. Neb., president
of the board of trustees of the osteo
pathic research institute and a former
president of the American Osteo
pathic association will conduct a clinic
during the afternoon session at which
time he will demonstrate his method
of spinal and general diagnosis. At
the evening banquet to be held at
the Hotel Benson, tr. Atzen will ad
dress the local physicians on "Diag
nosis." Mariwb Commanded Here Wednes
Bat. Malor-General George Barnett,
commandant of United States marine
corps will be a visitor in Portland
tomorrow. General Barnett Is on a
tour of the United States, visiting all
the principal cities and also inspect
ing all marine barracks and posts.
The personnel of the general's party
Include Brigadier-General Charles Jj.
McCawley. quartermaster United
States marine corps; First Lieutenant
Charles L Murray, aide de camp; Mrs.
Barnett and Jrer two daughters.
Wines to Be Destroyed. Thirsty
individuals passing through the court
house this morning will have an op
portunity to witness a woeful sight
when deputy sheriffs empty 50 cases
of champagne and high-class wines
down the drain pipes to the sewer.
The contraband goods .has been
ordered destroyed by the United States
after it had been stored at the court
house. It was taken on April 3 from
the rooms of the Brunswick-Balke-
Collender company when complaint
was filed against H. E. Jones.
Trio Accused of Theft. Laura
Cisco and Mrs. W. T. Clifton, white
women, and Oscar Turner, a negro,
were arrested yesterday by Police
Inspector Mallett and charged with
theft of $110 in cash and a gold
watch from John Peterson, a logger.
It is alleged the negro took Peterson
to the home of the two women where
he was plied with moonshine whisky
and then robbed. The trio will have
a hearing in police court this morn
Two Sentenced von Theft. For
having broken into a house near St.
Johns and stolen trinkets, shoes and
household goods, Fred Wilier must
spend two years in the state peni
tentiary and Dan Davis six months in
the county jail. The burglary took
place several months ago and sen
tences were imposed yesterday by
Presiding Judge McCourt after the
pair had pleaded guilty to larceny
and simple larceny, respectively.
Fall Down Shaft Serious. P. C.
Dean, an employe of the Portland
Flouring mills, was seriously injured
at noon yesterday when he fell 25
feet down an elevator shaft. He sus
tained a fractured left hip and in
ternal injuries. He was rushed to St.
"Vincent's hospital where his condi
tion is said to be serious. He lives
at 1524 Boston avenue.
Alleged Murderer Held Insaxe.
Sabo Saboff, who was indicted by the
grand jury for second-degree murder
and who. it is alleged, on April 1
killed George Gamanoff and shot
Karey Sashieff four times, was ad
judged insane by Special Agent Cam
eron. Saboff will be sent to the state
hospital at Salem today. He' is a
Hindu Finep for Theft. Bagil
Singh, Hindu, was fined $25 in police
court yesterday after Judge Ross
man had found him guilty of larceny.
Singh was accused by Ryana Guchi,
a Japanese tobacco dealer, of stealing
$T.O out of the cash register when the
dealer's back was turned for a
Speeders Are Few. Despite the
fair weather of Sunday, traffic viola
tions were at a minimum and only
three speeders faced Judge Rossman
!n municipal court yesterday. Those
fined were: J. P. Byrne. $17.50; A. J.
Hyde. $10; C. G. Reese. $5. Y. Mishima,
Japanese, paid a $4 fine for cutting a
Noted Singer Club Guest Henri
Scott, the famous American bass-
Dantone or the Metropolitan Opera
company, who is singing at the Or
pheura theater this week, will be the
guest of the Musicians' club at its
tuncneon meeting at the Hotel Mult
nomah today at 12:16.
xhk a-stchic ulub will meet May
o, h 4. x-. in me cnurch parlors
Eawc Seventh and Hassalo streets'
after a business meetinar there will ,,'
one hour of psychic development and
message will be given to all. The
puDuc is invitea.
seasidb via auto. Cars leave for
Astoria. Seaside and way points at 10
A M. dally from 125 6th street (near
v. auningtoni. f or rates and reserva
tions telephone Mar. 4381. Shepard's
Auto Bus lines. Adv.
Grange Meeting; Announced. Rus-
ellville grange has arranged for a
opecial meeting Thursday evening.
Closer co-operation and grange unity
will be among the subjects discussed.
Choice outside suite of offices. The
Piatt bidb.. 127 Part sL Tel. Marsh
Kemmerek Coal Carbon Coal Co,
nine agents. $21 Hawthorne ava. East
Offices. Several large suites for
rent, Fentos building'. Adv.
Vista House Case Set for Trial.
Wednesday has been set as the date
for opening trial in the circuit court
of the much-discussed Viata house
case, filed by Nora Withrow' et aL
against the county commissioners.
Vista House association, John B. Teon
and the contractors of ' the building.
The plaintiffs, acting as taxpayers,
wish to compel an accounting of the
money and allege that it was beyond
the power of the commissioners to
erect such a building, which they de
scribe as an observatory and a me
morial. The defense maintain it is a
comfort station. The sum of $95,000
is involved in the suit and the case
will decide whether it should be re
turned to the taxpayers or not.
Banquet Mat Be Omitted. On ac
count of the high cost of living it
may be Impossible for the women's
auxiliary 'to the Oregon pioneers to
serve the .annual banquet on July 1,
as has been the custom for the past
27 years. At the meeting In the cen
tral library yesterday It was decided
to investigate prices and endeavor to
arrange to servto the usual banquet.
As there are so few women left in the
auxiliary, it was decided that after
this year the banquet will be turned
over to the sons and daughters of
pioneers. Another meeting to discuss
further plans will be held next Tues-
.day afternoon in the library.
Flour Rise Boosts Bread Price.
Increase In the cost of flour is the
reason given for an increase in the
cost of bread announced by whole
salers yesterday. The increase by
wholesalers was 1 cent a pound and
is reflected In an increase of from
15 cents to 17 cents a loaf by the
retailers. Increased cost of sugar has
resulted in a rise In the cost of con
densed milk utilized by the bakers,
which also forced the Increase on
bread, according to the wholesalers.
Wot Trial June 5. Ed Wolf of
Beaver ton, charged with writing ob
scene letters concerning a young
woman, was given a preliminary
hearing before Commissioner Drake
yesterday and bound over in bail of
$500. He will be tried June 5. Wolf,
it is alleged, .typewrote the missives
and expert typists will be called on
to identify the machine.
Jungle Explorer Will Lecture.
Carveth Wells, the jungle explorer,
will make his farewell appearance in
the Y. M. C. A. auditorium tomorrow
night. Mr. Wells will give a pro
gramme which he has used on the
lyceum platform during the last year.
Admission to the entertainment will
Long Refused New Trial. A. I
Long, former Portland policeman who
was found guilty by a federal jury of
impersonating a federal officer and
relieving an automobile party of
large quantity of liquor, was denied
a new trial by Federal Judge Wolver-
ton yesterday. He will be sentenced
by Judge Wolverton June 1.
Lb Cuter Divorce Granted. A. J.
Le Cuyer was yesterday . granted a
divorce by default from Mabel Le
Cuyer In Judge Stapleton's court
Desertion was cited as the ground.
HUSBAND PLAYS SOLITAIRE
WIFE SAYS SHE HAD TO WORK
TO OBTAIN CLOTHES.
Plaintiff In Divorce Snlt Declares
Louis Emrlcb Joyriding
With Other Women.
Her husband's expressed preference
for booze parties rather than life at
home with his wife, is one of the rea
sons given by Lilly May Emrich for
filing suit for divorce from Louis A.
Emrich, to whom she was wedded in
1918 at Vancouver. The plaintiff
charges that Emrich frequently struck
her while drunk and went joyriding
with other women.
Mrs. Emrich says she had to work
to pay for her clothes and that when
the defendant was at home nights he
played solitaire and refused to talk to
her. She asks for her maiden name.
Lilly May McLaughlin.
One of the scenes Lewis McDonald
Gould describes in his divorce com
plaint filed yesterday against Edith
Cora Gould Is his wife staggering
home at 1 A. M. in a drunken condi
tion. He tells of a series of infatua
tions for other men and says that
Mrs. Gould refused to care for her two
children and went to work last Octo
ber in a hotel in Eugene, where she
still is. The plaintiff has placed the
two youngsters in a private home and
asks their permanent custody. They
were married in 1914 at Goldendale.
Lucy Eaton Wolcott is seeking a
divorce from Roscoe Llewellyon Wol
cott. now a mail carrier at Silverton,
whom she says deserted her. They
were married in 1SS9 and have eight
children, one of whom is an invalid.
Mrs. Wolcott seeks $40 a month ali
mony and funds for the support of
her dependent daughter.
HAND CRUSHED IN LATCH
Bridge Oiler Refuses Opiate While
Worarmen Effect Release.
With his right hand crushed with
in a latch of the draw of the Burn
side bridge, Hans Oberg, bridge oiler,
stood for nearly half an hour yester
day morning and calmly watched
workmen burn their way through trie
steel with an acetylene torch before
his mangled hand could be released.
He refused an opiate to relieve the
intense pain, and insisted on standing
on a IsMnch beam until the torch
burned its way through the steel.
Hundreds of persons stood watching
As soon as his hand was free J.
Oberg was rushed to the Swedish in
stitute in an ambulance. It was ta!d
later that amputation probably will
Oberg is 69 years old and married.
He lives at 646 Buffalo street. He
has been employed on the bridge crew
for 19 years. His hand was caught
in the latch just as the draw was be
ing opened at about 11 o'clock yester
day morning. He was engaged in oil
ing the draw machinery at the time.
PHYSICIANS JWEET JUNE 3
Convention Date of State Associa
tion Convention Announced.
Members of the Oregon State Med
ical association will hold their forty
sixth annual convention at the Ma
sonic temple June 3 to 5. All of the
scientific meetings of the organiza
tion will be- held at the temple, and
the annual banquet, which will take
place Thursday evening, will be held
at the Chamber of Commerce. As a
respite from the professional lessons
which will open the convention, the
physicians will gather Friday even
ing at the Armory, where they will
stage an athletic carnival and smoker.
The programme this year is i
lengthy one. Physicians from neigh
boring states are invited and many
are expected to attend the convention
PAY OFF YOUR MORTGAGE
in monthly Installments and really
own your home. Sea us about your
renewal. Special proposition. Port
land Trust Go. Sixth and Morrlaoa.
J. L. MEIER TO HEAD
Plans Made for Drive
CO-OPERATION IS ASKED
L. Etheridge to Preside at
Smoker in Multnomah
Julius L. Meier, general manager
of Meter & Frank company, will head
the Portland end of the Oregon state
chamber of commerce expansion move
ment His acceptance of the chair
manship of the executive committee
in charge of Portland's participation
in. the state-wide canvass for a budget
of $150,000, was a source of satis
faction to the officers of the state
chamber who tendered it to him.
Immediately after his appointment,
Mr. Meier set the wheels in motion
to surround-hlmself with a strong ex
ecutive, committee, so that, as he ex
pressed it, "Portland will get Into
action as the leader in this movement,
as she should be, because of her size
and strategic position."
Mr. Meier declared that the state
chamber, brought up to the financial
strength proposed, would be able to
do a great work in advancing tbe in
terests of Oregon. He said that Ore
gon's outstanding needs were more
people, industrial expansion and the
development of its agricultural pos
Opportunity for Good Seen.
"I am accepting thl3 chairmanship
because I see in the Oregon state
chamber of commerce an agency for
great good to Portland and to Ore
gon. But I must have the support of
the big men of Portland, men who
will see this movement through to a
J. L. Etheridge will preside at the
state chamber smoker in the Multno
mah hotel this evening. The pro
gramme will begin at .8 o'clock in the
assembly hall. The speakers will be
P. L. Campbell, president of the Uni
versity of Oregon, who wil talk on
"State Development"; E. F. Blaine,
chairman of th-j state development
board of the Seattle chambe" of com
merce, who will discuss the Columbia
basin irrigation district project, and
Dr. Henry Gaines Hawn of San Fran
cisco, whose topic will be "The Soul
of the State."
It is expected that there will be a
big attendance, as this Is the first
public affair at which the plans for
the expansion of the state chamber
and the raising of a budget of $150,-
000 have been up for discussion.
Publicity Plana Made.
Tbe Portland reception committee
of the state chamber will be at the
smoker this evening to extend a wel
come. The reception committee com
prises Charles F. Beebe, Wilson Bene-
fiel, Charles Berg, D. C. Burn-trager,
Marshall H. Dana, Fred W. German,
George E. Jeffery, Clark Letter, Philip
Metschan, A. C. Newell, J. A. Parr,
Ira'F. Powers, Richard Price, Robert
Rankin, E. N. Strong, E. R. Wiggins,
J. L. Wright and Ira L. Riggs.
Publicity details for the big ex
pansion movement to be staged by the
state chamber have been carefully
studied out, and it is the aim of the
committee In charge to acquaint the
public with the wo. k which the stjte
The Best Clothing
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
Woolen Mill Building Third and Morrison Sts.
See Oar Wlndowr.
No matter where you
go, you will want
You'll like the ultra
stylish lines of the Lor
raine Oxford in Havana
Other lasts for every
type of foot. Also, the
Tru-Pe-Dic Health Shoe
Morrison at Fourth
S. & H. Stamps Given.
body is doing for Portland and Ore
gon Those on the publicity icommit-
t.ee are W. S. Kirktatrick. Franklin
T. Griffith. W. P. LaRoche an W. P.
GALLOWAY GETS 10 YEARS
Parole Follows Sentence for Mis
use of Company Funds.
Vernon H. Galloway, formerly man
ager of the National Surety company.
with offices in the Corbett building,
yesterday was sentenced to ten years
in the state penitentiary, but was
parolled to I. Brunn. an automobile
dealer, by whom be had been em
ployed prior to hla arrest two months
ago. Galloway pleaded guilty last
Wednesday to having deposited com
pany funds with. hiB personal account
in a bank.
Galloway was with the surety com
pany from January, 1917, to Novem
ber, 1919, when his accounts were in-'
vestigated and it was found that cer
tain funds were missing. The prin
cipal amount involved a check for
$3481 received in October for a bond
of $309,000, Issued to the city of Port
land In behalf of the Pacific Bridge
company. This was partly paid back
when Galloway sold his auto, house
boat and launch for about $2200.
Post to Stage Show.
VANCOUVER. Wash., May 24.
(Special.) The Swlth-Reynolds Post
will stage a show, the "Donnybrook
Fair," on Its lot. Thirteenth and
Broadway, June 2 to 5 inclusive. The
show will give a percentage of the re
ceipts to the local American Legion
Town Are Here!
We will admit that the . above
sounds rather boastful; but inves
tigation will prove it to be 100
Because we manufacture the cloth
ing we sell there is only one profit
for you to pay, and consequently
our regular prices are always much
less than those asked by the ordi
nary clothing store.
Checking production costs lately
brought out the fact that because
of greatly increased sales, costs had
gone down 10.
As we always reduce selling prices
when our costs go down, you profit
thereby to that extent namely,
our already lowest prices are cut
The assortment is complete, there
being a style and a size for every
body. AH $30.00 Suits now are $27.00
AH $33.00 Suits now are 31.50
All $40.00 Suits now are $36.00
All $45.00 Suits now are $40.50
All $50.00 Suits now are $45.00
All $55.00 Suits now are $49.50
'All $60.00 Suits now are $54.00
Regularly each day the
The environments m both
restaurants are pleasing,
the menu is excellent, the
service is satisfying and
the price is very, very rea
sonable. Double quick
post. The show is now in Astoria, and
will come direct from there to Van
couver with its five cars. The same
show was in Portland last week. and
showed under the auspices of . the
Woodmen of the World.
TOIL package Golden
Age Americanized Mac
aroni 'in two quart salty
water until tender (12 to 15
minutes). Drain adding
cup thin white sauce (butter,
flour, milk, salt and pepper)
and cup grated cheese.
Sprinkle bread crumbs on
top and bake until they are
Cleveland Macaroni Co.
WriU fmr fr,t ck Mi.
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. Picrce-Arrow ownership means the possession
of a car so faithful in its performance that every
mile of travel justifies its selection.
Brunswick, Pathe, Burnham and
Stradivara Talking Machines
166 Tenth. St, Near Morrison
PRINTING is the fifth larg
est industry in America.
For over twenty-five years it
has been the principal part
of our business.
COur Printing, Bookbinding
and Paper Ruling Departments
provide under one roof every
facility to produce Quality
Printing and give Service.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
Glass &Prudhomme Co.
DESKS ' FIXING CABINET
martin .Band in
struments' are of
Ask any musi
cian of reputa
tion . and h
will tell you
that the "Old
Martin line is
The Martin Line Is
everything for the
MELODY -C" SAXOPHONE
G.F. Johnson Piano Co.
149 Sixth Bet Alder and Morrison
Pride of Picrce-Arrow ownership is not
pride in having the price nor pride in pub
lic approval. It is pride in car-buying
judgment pride in securing the utmost in
engine and body-building skill.
That is the kind of pride that Pierce
Arrow engineers are striving to create and
It is the reason for the Dual Valve engine
which doubles the power without compli
cating the mechanism; the double ignition
which insures greater driving energy per
explosion, the improved transmission grace
ful body lines and nicely balanced weight.
CHAS. C. FAGAN CO., Inc.
PIERCE-ARROW Motor Cars and Motor Trucks
Ninth and Burrtside Phone Broadway 4693
DUAL VALVE SIX
(( boms )
at moderate prices,
whether for the daV, week
Convenient to all carllnea and
polnta ot Interest.
Reff aed and snbatantlal far
nlahing. cheerful and UTttlns,
GLENN B. BITE. MGR.
WASHINGTON AT TWELFTH
Tbs SEWARD Is a aw, motf.ra aad
lKantlar appointed hotel, .oaaeawlos)
no of thm most beauUlui corner lob
bies In tbe Nortbweat. located at
lOtb end Alder eta., opposite Olds.
Wortman et King's Ms department
tore la heart ol retail and theater
district. Ratee SL.&0 and up. Boa
meets all trains. "W" car also runa
from Union Depot direct to Hotel
SEWARD. W. at. Seward, Proa,
AY Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit
' Kaat Morrlaon St. and F.aet Sixth.
11. 2. Per Day. Per Week TJn.
3 -Grain Tablet Makes
Any one wishing; to add to their
weight. Improve their color, and re
store a normal condition of the stom-
' ach and nerves, should adopt the won-
derzully succession treatment Known
to physicians and druggists as 3-a-rain
hypo-nuclane tablets," put up in
sealed packages with full directions
for home use. Red lips, pink cheeks,
and 10 to 30 pounds Increase in weighs
are not uncommon results from sev
eral months' usage. Ask your well
stocked druggist for them. Adv.
Estab. 20 Years in Portland
C. Gee Wo
Root and Herb Remedies
162 Vz First St Portland, Or.
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School for Blind
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