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THE MORNING OREGONIAX, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2G, 1920
DATE PUSHED AHEAD
iNTY TO ELECT
""."in 1 1 it.
Coast Title Bout Arousing
Central Committee to Meet at
Auditorium June 2.
PRELIMS NOT ARRANGED
JOHN DAY AGAIN SLATED
Miannon Due in Portland Tonight
and Regards Fight as
Safe on Ice.
Present County Chairman Is Ex
pected to Be Retained List
of Committeemen Given.
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Joe Benjamin, heir apparent to the
lightweight crown now being worn
by Benny Leonard, will swap blows
with Kddie Shannon P'nday night,
June 4. instead of Thursday night,
June 3, as was first announced. The
date was set back in order to please
a number of boxing fans, who called
upon Secretary Walter B. Honeyman
of the Portland commission, who were
unable to attend Thursday night
shows. With another day to prepare
thomcnlvae for H a f pa v Via twn fnni
testants can bo depended upon to be
in the pink of condition.
Shannon is scheduled to arrive
here at 10 olcloek tonight. He will
be accompanied by his brother mana
ger and, if the telegrams that they
have sent ahead are any indication,
they have the match with Benjamin
as good as won. Tickets for the go
will be placed on sale Sa-turday, as
the demand is much larger for the
pasteboards than for any other show
Preliminary Card Negleeted.
Owing to the many details connect
ed with the coming championship
events that demand his attention,
Matchmaker Bobby Evans has neg
lected closing the preliminary bouts
for the Shannon-Benjamin encounter,
but with a. large field of boxers to
choose from it is not going to be a I
hard matter for him to sign the bat-1
tier whom the fans want to see go.
It is known that Evans will make 1
his card up of the following mittmsn:!
Andre Anderson, Dick Brenton (Cali-
made a good showing here with Abe
Gordon), Muff Bronson, Tiny Herman,
Joe Swain (the veteran middle-
weight), "Red' Henry (a recent ar
rival, who looks good in the gym),
Harry Pollack (another new comer),
Ted Hoke, Johnny Fisk .who made a
good showing with Joe Gorman),
Lackey Morrow, Harold and Morgan I
Billy Mascott is training daily and
those interested in the little banjlam
predict that he will give Champion
-Pete Herman the battle of his career
when they meet next month.
Mascott In Getting Set.
The fans have had a hankering to
see Mascott in action with one of
the best in the business at his weight
for a number of years and now that
he is paired off with a world's cham
pion they will soon learn for them
selves how good he really is.
m m m
Dummy O'Brien, a rather classy
f eatherweight who steps out with the
right hand and foot extended instead
of the left, may be given a chance to
show here in the next card. The
Dummy was quite successful in and
around .Los Angeles for several
months and as new faces are at all
times welcome it is hard to see how
he can show to poorer advantage
than have some of the preliminary
artists in recent starts.
Andre Anderson, the Giant Chicago
heavyweight, is rarin to go, and if
his terms are not too steep he will
be given a chance to display his as
sortment. The big fellow has quite a reputa
tion throughout the country and has
met many of the topnotchers with
success. Anderson's one-round K. O.
of Al Palzer and his recent knockout
f Young Hector stamp him as
heavy ot more than ordinary ability.
Joe Gorman has not been seen
about any of his familiar haunts
since his sensational mill with Young
.Brown. Joe believes in keeping off
the street corners; a very good habit
which some of the preliminary fight
ers would de well to adopt
Harry Hutton, matchmaker of the
Kugene boxing commission, is in the
c-ity and hopes to line up a snappy at
traction for the university city bugs
on July 4. Hutton hopes to cloe for
Joe uorman to meet some good boy
on tnat date.
Wcldon Wing and Ted Hoke would
welcome a chance to grab the loser's
end of a match with the battling
Spaniard, ana us they would put
s-omething of an argument, the K
gene matchmaker is considering them. I
MACK TRIES FOR TALENT
DKTKOIT FOLAD STIXGY WITH
licaxer Boss Longs for Couple of
Real Players to Get Set
"I have been trying hard for weeks
to land a couple of good ball players
one of them a pitcher. Give me
two good men and 1 shall have as
strong a team as there is in the
league, waiter McCredie eaid as he
stntped off the train from the south.
loading his Portland ball club home
after a three weeks' absence, during
wnicn time triey won iz. lost seven
and tied one a remarkable record for
a road trip.
Mack says it is almost impossible
to get good players from the majors.
and his lot is unusually difficult this
year because Portland is affiliated
with the leroit club and Detroit is
off to a very woozy start and doesn't
want to part with any players who
miKht possibly help them
Del Baker's split hand is still both
erins? him and Del spent yesterday
watching his young brother Kmmett
get knocked out of the box in an in
terscholastic league game. Kortu
nateiy for Mack he, signed UP a young
phenom cau-hcr in Los Angeles Mc
MulK-n by name and the youngster
ie with the team to relieve Koehlerlthe Centennials. All previous games
in case of necessity. McMullen nlavd I scheduled with the Astoria team in
on the same high-school club with
According to Boss McCredie base
ball is thriving in Los Angeles and
San Francisco. The attendance is
better than ever betore. Mack savs
it is a good thing, because his Rhode
Island Keds are growing larger every
minute and eating several grains of
corn more every day than they were
when he petted tht-m' on the wings
am said good-bye three weeks ago.
Manager Rodgcrs of the Sacra
mento club arrived as chipper as
ever and confident that nls club will
not finish near the cellar. Like Mac.
o".'.. ' ..'j.i'si
to wneeuie a cuupie oi stars Irani Hit
bis l.ca&ucs to uo avail.
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. Vrl iarfTrfiai arirasi taw ififin ifaia
M"e a'nT'. ,B he "5, pkotodr. K), tkc D.," wktek
will eloae lt two week' run at the Columbia theater at Friday mid-
TODAY'S F"I1,M FEATURES.
Rivoli Emerson Hough's "The
Majestic Elsie J an is. In "Tbo
Peoples Bryant Washburn, in
"Mrs. Temple's Telegram."
Liberty Xazimova, "The Heart
of a Child."
Columbia Mae Murray, in "On
"With the Dance.".
Star Harry Carey, in "Bullet
Circle Edith Roberts, in "Her
Globe Corinne Griffith, in
NT picture will draw for a
day or two if you spend
enough money in Intelligent
advertising. Its success after this
period depends to a great extent on
the word of mouth report spread
broadcast by the patrons who saw it
during its opening."
So a prominent Portland film man
Mae Murray's "On With the Dance'
was scheduled to run one week, but
its popularity grew each succeeding
day with such tremendous bounds
that the previously announced Will
iam Hart production was postponed.
Thia is one way of describing th,e
present Columbia picture.
There are almost as many reasons
for people liking "On With the Dance
as there are kinds of people. Those
NEW DIAMOND FOI BUSH
SEMI-PRO TEAMS TO CLiASH
AT COLUMBIA BEACH.
Honeyman and Gendor Aggrega
tions of Portland Baseball As
sociation Promise Hot Fight.
To the Honeyman Hardware and
Central Door & Lumber company
teams go the honor of officially open
ing the new Portland Baseball asso
ciation's ball diamond at Columbia
beach Sunday. These two fast mem
bers of the Portland Baseball asso
ciation inter-city circuit will furnish
the real baseball contest, while Walter
Honeyman, Joe Reig, Jack Ira Rout
ledge, president of the association, and
Secretary Simonsen will be on hand
to lend the necessary dignity. Walter
Joe Benjamin, who meets Eddie
Shannon here Jose 4.
Honeyman will - pitch the first ball
while Joe Reig will do the receiving.
This is the first time this season
that two locl teams of the inter
city league have met and the clash
promises to be a hot one, as both the
Hardware team and the Cendors have
made a creditable showing cgainst
their out-of-town opponents.
Another new ball field will be
- lthrown open Sunday when the Kirk-
I Patricks journey to Astoria to meet
I the past have been played at Fort
- I Four new teams have been admitted
I to the association and will be seen, in
I action Sunday. The Kendall station
I nine and the Crown "Willamette Paper
I aggregation have been given berths
1 m the class double A city league
I while the Rosebuds and the Nationals
have been taken, in as members of
the class A circuit. The complete
schedule for all games staged under
- I auspices of the Portland Baseball as
I sociation as announced yesterday by
I Secretary Simonsen follows:
TCirkoatr oks at Astoria.. Hi Inborn at
I sherwa. MultDesam Guards at Camas.
llyrxiaud Iron, wvrka at, Hood. River,
up - -3 jS'-vS "k. " 1
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iiafaiiaiw ill - .. .
who have seen and love New Tork
city will be specially interested in
the elaborate reproductions of fa
miliar and naionally known resorts.
Westerners who have yet to be in
itiated into the American metropolis'
mysteries will like it for that rea
son. Lovers of gaiety, "jazz" and
excitement will find plenty of quali
ties in the picture which will appeal
to them as well as those who go to
motion picture houses to learn life
its serious and worth-while purppses.
Just as life itself has many and dif
ferent phases so has "On With the
Dance," which is the -intimate story
of . four strong-willed dominating
personalities. . y
Mae Murray has been given a ParW
mat is almost 01 a auai .cype. ones
portrays a woman still a child in her
ideals, until suddenly Jj" incident
comes Into her butterfly life which
causes Tier transformation into n. self
sacrificing, noble booL Her work is
admirable. The supporting cast is
Two new programmes open on the
Portland rial to today. They are Elsie
Janis in ."The Imp" at the Majestic
and Bryant Washburn in "Mrs. Tem
ple's Telegram" at the Peoples.
If you would smile and smile and
smile, you must without fail see "Mra.
Temple's Telegram." If you . would
smile, wonder, grieve and love, then
the show must be "The Imp." Of
course, there is always the opportu
nity for the fickle by taking both
Honeyman versus Cendors at Columbia
Class Doable A.
Hesse-Martin versus Arleta at HUls
boro. Cancos at Battle Ground, street-car
men's local versus Columbia park at Co
lumbia park l P. M., Taylor Motor Car
company versus Kendall station at Ken
dall station. Crown-Willamette versus
Union Pacific at Canemah. park.
Council Crest versus Sellwood park at
Sellwood park 1 P. hi., Olds. Wortman &
King versus Capitol Kill at Franklin bowl
1 P. id.. Marshall-WelU versus KieldH
Motor Car company at Franklin howl 3
P. M., Co. A. engineers versus Rosebuds
at East Twelfth and Davis, Oregon City
Woolen mills versus Nationals at Sellwood
park il P. M., Oregonians at Oswego, Cook
&. Uiil at Jtstacaaa,
Pen 1 nu la G-ra ys v e rsu s Knights of Co
lumbus at Columbia park. 3 P. M.. Kerr
Gifford ax Woodburn.
Due to a dose of overconf idence,
the Hesse-Martin team went down to
its first defeat Sunday. Thia tJunday
the Iron Workers meet the Arleta
W. O. W.s at Hillsboro aad with the
defeat of last Sunday etiil fresh in
their minds the players of the Hesse
Martin team can be depended upon
to settle down and play real ball.
A total of six protests were turned
in to President Koutledge after Sun
day's games, because of the use of
players who had not been properly
signed up with the teams which used
them Sunday. Routledge states that
it will cost each of the players over
which the discussions arose $2.
The bushers will stag-e, a dance
June 9 at the Multnomah hotel. Two
orchestras and two ballrooms will be
used. A prize will be given to the
individual selling the greatest number
of tickets to the dance and also to
the team disposing of the greatest
SHflMfluCK EETTINE READY
CHALLEXGEB TO TAKE "WATER
SOME TJME TODAY.
Alterations Have Changed Freak
Lines of Craft on Which
Lipton Pins Faith,
CITT ISLAND, N. Y., May 25.
Launching of Sir Thomaa Linton's
Shamrock IV, which is to race for the
America's cup off Sandy Hook in July,
is set for tomorrow. The Irish bar
onet. in renewing his quest for the
historic trophy, a quest began more
than a quarter of a century ago, will
have in the waters this season a very
different Shamrock from that which
crossed the Atlantic in 1914.
Virtually all her freak lines have
The peculiar scow bow, which made
the craft unusual, has been replaced
by a more conventional one. This was
done after inspection by Designer C.
K. Nicholson, during the last year and
realization that the freak Shamrock'
would have little chance against
either the Resolute or Vanitie, Ameri
Last alterations were completed to
day when a little lead was added to
the keel. As the changes have been
many, no one would predict just what
was to be expected of the rebuilt
After she is launched it probably
will take a week'to rig her. There
fore she will not be seen under sail
before next week.
The Vanitie lies .cross the sound,
having arrived yesterday off the New
Tork Yacht club's anchorage at
Glencove. Rear-Commodore Nichola
plans to take the craft under tow t
Newport Thursday to resume the in
terrupted series with the Resolute.
Groh Quits, Batting Eye Ixst.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., May 25. "Lefty
Groh. first baseman for the St. Joseph
Western league team, left the club
tonight and returned to his home
Chicago, tron gave as nls reason
for leaving that he had hit a slu
and wanted to quit. Groh was ob
tained from the Chicago Nationals
at the opening of the Western league
Members of the republican county
central committee will meet at the
auditorium June 3 at 8 o'clock to elect
officers for the ensuing vear. The
committee constats of a member from
eacn or th 413 precincts in the
There were elections in most of the
precincts. John L. Day, the present
county chairman, probably will be re
elected to the position, as he filed the
nominations of more than 300 of the
300-odd candidates. In a number of
precincts the voters did not take the
trouble to elect a member of the coun
Following is the list of committee
men elected at the primaries with the
precinct each represents:
t h Ch"le.s Conroy; 2. E.W. Manning; 8.
' . - nensnaw; D.
Karl ; 7,
Laiiderholm; S. W. E. Harria; , John J.
r,UK: '. R- Z- Duke: 1L J. P. Halley;
,.J- Ma-"pJr: M. F. Campbell Jr.;
13. raomtta McCuaker: U liK.pJ T.
Krause; 15. Frank A. Heitkemper; 1514,
Si- L Slurnauer; 18, It J. Martin; 17.
Y,: BZ i1f.ford; 1S- H- F- Campion: 19.
Alfred Kehllt; 20, Frank Dayton; 21, H. E.
2-. Albert Krause; 23, Barney May;
24, Thomas E. Fiaher; 25. Edaar M. La.
jarus; 25 V4. George J. H. Uoehler; 27,
y. D. Allen; 28, Alexander MacKenzie; 29,
Joseph M. Fahy; 30, C. F. Foster; 81. D. D.
Jackson; 32. H. Y. Freedman; 33, C. S.
Dunning-; 35, John W. stamper; 35i.
Barney Goldsmith; 38. J. H. Givler; 37, Mc
Kinley Mitchell; 38. J. H. Tarkaberry; 39,
A. C Stublins: 40, Charles K. Price; 41.
I. A. Tufts: 42. Dan lt.-iH 43 w
Cochran: 44, James Anderson; 44H. Elmer
1 . . ai nuason; 4t, a. ti. Harry;
46, James Roberts: 48. Abe Tichner; 49,
Sam Poole: 4Uhi. John Budelman; 50. E. J
Rankin; 51. A. L. Powell; 52, Arthur K.
Mickey; 03, Louis Cohen; 54, Alike G.
Zeazeaa: 65. R. F. Beattv: SB M 'F.
Burke; 57, W. H. Mercer; 58, Thomas D.
Cullen; 54, Harry L. Baker; 59. Harry
- fiensw; w, r rea a. rixcbkom; 61,
Scott Kedfield; 62. Porter W. Yett; 63,
Goldstein Monroe: 64. John Mntthlesen i
65, O. A. tmrette; 66, Chester V. Hare;
67, Guorge H. Spraguer; 68, A. C. Smith:
w. xi. nowaru; iu, raui 31. Liong; 70.
Georse F. Norhlad: 71. L. A Helbrook:
71 5i, May Stevens: 72. P. J. Hyde; 73, W.
H. Brandes; 74, John Maloney: 75. C. C.
.-mum, , i. on. van rirunt; To1, fj. K
Collins; 77. J. F. Singer; 78, J. Mont
gomery; -u, Joseph F.. Koach; 79, J. J.
Auara; ou. tiiBene xilrscnier; 81, A. Klos
terman: 82. Wllils I. Cottel; K.1 -.than t
Mozorosky: 84. Milton W. Smith; 85, J. J.
Cole; 86. Lloyd R. Smith: 87, J. L. Dun-
lap; oo, r.. jj. ivniKnt s. Harry J. Lrt:
. ...ill j., J . , 1 li . 17 1 . rninK r. Rmiin' -
E. Bull: 93. Arthur Buckman: 94. Carl
L.elman: Bu. C. M. McKay: 97. Austin
Maloney; 98, R. H. Austin; 98, Jacob
Reisch: 99. S. E. Trltos: 100. Fred Bauer
v. l . nort: i u- n t-: siKi-n.wi -
03, W. E. Crltchlow; 104, B. E. Davis;
U.. Francis Ca.nell: 105 U. rharl. R
Turlay; 106. II. S. Upham; 107, C. De
Young-: 107, H. M. Shaw; 108. Oscar
Uanieren: lo. Clara B. French: no
Charles H. Smith: 111. D. B. Fuller; 112,
Oeora-e G. Hart; 113, I. T. Rlckards: 114.
Mara-aret Jeffries: 115, J. S. Bailey; 116,
F. Beatty; 117. W. W. Green: 118. Rov
E. Peterson; 119, Robert. M. Larsen; 12t,
u. Lumpnen; l-i. inaries warae: 122,
O. McGrew: 123. A. H. Davis. S I..
Barnett; 123, J. A. Bowen: 124, William
l.aKe; 12. w. A. Williams: 128 (no
lection): 126, Andrew V. Williamson:
J. D. M. Crockwell; 128. C. A. Brodie:
29, Frank H. Mixweil; 130. A. Keller; 131.
ohn T. Swift: 132. T. J. Kruder. B. W.
Fisher: 133. Ruth Carter: 134. Charles W.
Ackerson: 135, Dna Danzie-er; 135, IV. A.
LricKson; ido. I. Lavis; 36. IS. J.
add; 137. Frank W. Winn: 138. Ray
Halderman: 139. D. C -Day: 140. Alex
Harper; 140 tnone); 141, H. G. Schnei
der; 142, 1. J. Greco: 143 (none); 144
none); 145. Charles Lau; 145, Charles
Carr; 146, Owen Jones; 147. Martin
Gerald Griffin; 148. Charles H. Lucas; 149,
Chris Zwelfcl; 149. Wm. J.'Donahue: 150,
r.ari j. uooae; i.-u, w. r;. ivnoutl: 151,
Frank T. Chadbourne; 152, H. P. Vickrey;
i r . ti. uammawn; l.ia, Junius
Wright; 154. L. M. Atkins: 154. James
H. Ganoe; 155. John MacLeod; 155,- E. J.
Kamrar; 156. R. H. Craddock; 156, P. P.
Fisher; 157, K. 1. Crowe; 157, A. A.
Bailey; 158, R. G. Burt; 159, Martin
Ready: 1611. H. T. Bruce; 161. John J.
Bennett: 162, C. E. Kindt: 163. R. E.
Jacobson; 164. 1. G. Davidson: 165, W. Y,
Masters; 160, W. O. Fouch. D. R. Ijjdd;
1 68, Wilson Benefiel: 1 69. E. E.
awrence; 170, w. E. Daniel: 170. J. B.
N'eedham; 171, James C. Walsh: 172. A. E.
Rowsiter; 173, A. R. Allen; 174. Fred J.
Brady; 175. A. L. Foster: 175. A. It
Dundas; 176 (tie); 177, Annie S. Warren:
8. W. H. H. Dufur; 178. Charles W.
Mautz; 179, L. P. Morrow; 17DU. c. ..I.
Kelly; 180, G. W. Dickson; 181, John F.
Long-hi: 182. Charles Fleck; 1R3, A. W. Al
len: 184, A. A. I.indsley; 185. Mrs A E.
Richards; 186, Frank B. Hooson; 187, Dora
Vrandenburg: 188 (none); 189. Theodora
Roy; 190. Webb C. Harrington; 190.
(none); 191. W. N. Morse; 192, Robert H.
Bowdler; 193. Fred H. Huber; 193. Axel
Soderwall: 194 (none); 195. James M.
Reeves: 196, Edgar Stipe; 197, J. S. Roark;
198, Fred M. Cronkhite; 198, John Smith;
199, J. Emil Nelson: 200, R. A. Peebles:
200, Frank E. Hilton; 201, J. Cormack;
201, K. S. Searle; 2(12, John Lane jr.;
202, Lloyd Bates: 203, H. P. Cloyes;
204, J. F. Keller; 205 (none); 206. Lee E.
Beach: 207 (none); 207. Albert Won der
Werth; 208. H. Von Berate! ; 209, Karl Her-
bring: 209, A. M. Dee; 210. Charles -C.
Duncan: 211, rl. J. Jackson: 211 (none);
212. J. R. Bain: 213, Harry Griffin; 214,
Harry Griffin; 215, L. A. Drcnnan; 216,
Don A. Cole; 216, Walter Bliss: 217,
L. H. Peters; 218, Albert T. Elott; 219,
Lynn B. Coovert; 220. James McCullough:
221, H. E. Kelly; 221, Kd Mendenhall;
232, cnarles w . mnn: a, tl. Morse;
22:t, Edward Wal.h; 224, Harry G. Smith:
225, H. J. Frost: 226 (none); 226 (none);
227. Samuel Conneld; 228, K. V. Lively:
229. Sinnott: 229, Charles S. Iliff; 230,
C. C. Crawford; 230. A. N. Derby; 232
Dr. Walter J. Larson: .232. JoseDh E.
Dunne: 232, r.. G. Jarvis: 2:1:1. w.
L.. kodd; soi. w. .1. tennis; aft, Jortn
Latourette: 235, R. D. Robinson: 236,
Fred H. Jacobsen: 236, T. K. Pierce;
237, Charles E. Rockwell: 237. James
R. Burke; 238, George 1. Thompson: 288
Fred J. Eilers: 239, John L. Day; 240. Fred
Brace; 241. F. M. Lacey; 242, O. L.
Dow: 243. P. J. Hanlcy; 244 (none); 245,
James Gleason : 246. Richard Breyer: 241
(none); 248. Florence Cady; 240. E. E.
Boggess: 249. Sanfield MacDonald: 250.
Henry If. Allen; 252. J. W. Houck; 252
M. E. Thompson: 251. J. S. Hicka: 251
D. L. Avery: 253. G. W. Donaldson; 254
(none); 254. Oliver M. Hickey: 235, M. J.
Murname: 256. J. P. Hart.; 256, C. C
Ireland; 257. Robert B. Day; 257, C. De
Young; 25S, A. J. Case; 259, John E.
Turner; 260, T. A. Ward; 261, O. A. Tay
lor: 2n- Mck-spady: 263 (none); 2t4
Jack Walker: 264. Martin Seattle; 264
C. T. Beecher; 265. K. E. Ktackhouse: 266,
Mrs. Anna J. Watson: 2bb. c. E. Men
shaw: 267. McAnley: 268. James McCarren
268. Myra Adams; 269, Clinton A. Am
brose: 269 (none): 2iO, A. C Kenaall
271, Garfield F. Connolly; 272, Jo Duda:
272. James H. Robinson: 273. W. L. Tcs-
terman: 2.3. James Hayden; -4, u. 1
Short: 275, Robert Hicks; 276. M. Billings;
E. Stanbery; 218. Julius lvatlicn;
279, (Treed T. Evans: 279. Eugene L.
Murphy; 280.-J. S. Hyatt; 2S0. H. L.
Miller: 2!1. IT. J. Hyde; 282. J. A. Laugh
ead: 282. Effie Hill: 283. C. L. Brower;
283. F. W. Enke; 284 (none): 285, Ira
I. Davis: 286. W. B. Wolcott: 286. F. G
Forbes: 287. ft. H. Keith: 287. J. K.
Carr; 2S. M. H. Carter: 288, H. Camp
bell: 289. "C. Gordon and M. H. Carter
290. Claude B. Harrison: 291. Joseph M.
Ernie; 292. James O. Aveline: 293, C. Mc-
Rae; 294. llenry muck: 234. r;. k.
Iiawron; 295. F. W. Valentine; 298. W. A,
Carroll: 296. Roy 11. Knowles; 297,
Maine' T. Swan: 298, D. E. Godfrey; 299,
Y. A. Mayhood: 3o. J. pullen: 301. Her
man Lewis; 302, Mattie Buckley; 303, G.
H. Nickles: 304, Wm. J. Riedy: 305. Ed
ward E. Heslln: 396. E. Simpson: 307. T
R Berry: 308, O. A. Eastman; 309, 1. C.
Ross: 809. John Brown: 31, .1. S. Hud
son: 311. 11. O. Lake; 311. H. F. Wihlon
312 (non):-313 (none); 314 (none); 315
(none): 316 (none); 31T. W. J. Miller
217la tnone.) ; 31S. Bt Sctiacler; 018
John C. Miter; 819. E. Lucke; 320. J. M.
Rogers; 321. Guy 1j. Anoerson; o--. En. . j.
Walsh; 322, W. V. Estabrook: 823. Wm.
Rowine; 324. E. J. Stack; 823. W. B.
Fletcher: 325. p. n. iiunn; -o.
Davis; 326, Jesse Hawkin; S27, Charles
PORTLAND PATHE CENTER
31. G. Winstock Selects City for
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ern headquarters for the Pathe film
incorporation, according to announce
ment made yesterday by the local ex
change representative, aemn j. v m-
.w.u wbn hj been in conference
with Walter Wessling, western di
vision manager. air. ni6
rived in Portland yesterday.
"I am glad to be here at all, said
Mr. Wessling, "a Los Angeles auto
bus tried to Dump inrro ui u into
eternity a few weeks ago.
"The picture industry was never in
a more prosperous state than at the
present time. A survey of the entire
country proves this. I was surprised
. . . 1 j : . 1 1.. . v.
at ine neaiwiy twiuumu it
branch offices I visited before coming
to Portland, namely: Denver, Salt
Lake City, Los Angeles and San Fran
cisco. I have been amazed at the
progress of Portland and do not be
lieve the census has done the city
Mr. Wessling began his motion pic
;ure career in Portland and for some
lime RKa Hem H d.uiuc 1 1 l 1 . ..
the Pathe home offices at New York.
He has accepted the position of west
ern division manager and has selected
Portland of all the cities In his di
vision as the Pathe divisional head
Homc-Grown Berries on Market.
VANCOUVER, Wish, May 25.-(Spe-cial.)
The first strawberries of the
season, home-grown, wefe on the
market here today. The berries were
large, luscious and red and were
grown at Minnehaha by Mr. (larr.
They sold for 30 cents a boat, which
was 10 cents more than was obtained
lor berries snipped In trom CaUIoruia..
It9 s the right idea
F you want to save on f
"reduce the cost" WeVe con
sistently urged these econ
omy measureslf or three years
Buy clothes only when y oil need theni
Take, care of the clothes you have
When you do buy, get good all-wool,
fabrics; such clothes costless because
they wear longer,
L Our label in clothes is a
small thing to look for
c a big thing tqfind
Hart.Schafmer &. Marx:
This store is the home of
, Hart Schaf fner & Marx
stylish all-wool clothes
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
Fifth and Alder Streets.-
LOBBYIST'S FEE ALLOWED
COURT UPHOLDS CLAIM MADE
State Supreme Tribunal Says Work
Done and Should- Be Paid
For by Client.
SAI.KM. Or," May 23. (Special.)
Samuel Herrick, an attorney at
Washington. D. C, is entitled to col
lect a fee for lobbying in congress in
behalf of Charles Barzee, of Oregon,
according to an opinion written by
Justice Bean and handed down by
the supreme court here today. Jus
tice Bennett wrote a dissenting
Mr. Barzee, according to the opin
ion, took a homestead near The
Dalles, but later found that the land
overlapped The Dalles military high
way and was 'not subject to entry.
By the subsequent cancellation of his
claim he alleged that he lost improve
ments valued at more than H900. He
then employed Mr. Herrick to pre
sent the matter before congress.
The claim was allowed in the year
1916 by special act of congress and
later Herrick brought suit to collect
a fee of 5 per cent of the amount.
Mr. Barzee opposed collection on the
ground that the money had not been
recovered from the government by
Mr. Herrick within the time specified
in the contracL
The case was tried before Judge
W. K. Gatens, of the Multnomah
county circuit court, and upon motion
of the defense was thrown out. Judge
Gatens held at that time that lobby
ing before congress was against pub
Justice Bean, in reversing the ver
dict of Judge Gatens, held that Mr.
Herrick had performed his part of
the contract and was entitled to col
lect his fee.
la m opinion .written. Ly Justice
are some ways .
Harris the court reversed the verdict
of Judge Gatens, of the circuit court
for Multnomah- county, in the action
brought by S. Schnitzer and H. J.
Wolf, doing business under the firm
name of the Alaska Junk company,
to recover $37.50 from S. Stein and
Other opinions handed down were:
Other opinions' handed; down today
M. M. Gearin vs. RothchHd Brothers,
appellants ; appeal from Multnomah coun
ty; controversy over lease. Opinion by
Justice John. Judge Robert Tucker af
firmed. L. S. Whetstone vs. Jens Jensen, appet
lant; appeal xrom iane county; aciioa to
recover money. Opinion by Chief Justice
Mc Bride. Judsre G. P. Skipwortb. af
firmed. C. J. Allan vs. S. L. Magill. appellant:
appeal from Wallowa county; suit to en
join defendant from diverting water. Opin
ion by Justica Burnett. Judge J. W.
Marion T. Chance, et alj. appellants, vs.
the hrxuriaos comfort and
genuine satisfaction that
comes fiom wearing the
And it wean so long that its
coat BEBormts to onfy a smaJl
fiacboci of a cent a day.
Edward Weston, et al; appeal from Tilla
mook county. opinion oy J ustice jea.u.
Decree oX Judge George H. -Batfley modi-
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