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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920
W. 0. SHEPARD IS NEW
the crabby crabs, the savage salmon
and the silly smelt.
Judge Bean on Monday ordered It.
A crowd of mourners was present at
the court house at 10 A. M. when the
last sad rites were performed, when
the cases were smashed and the bot
tles uncorked releasing their foam
This Is the Second Week
Real Clothing Sale!
The champaicrne was seized at the
Brunswick - Balke - Callender ware
house. It had been in the custody of
Assignment to Portland Made
Sheriff Hurlburt. Assistant District
Attorney Reames asked the court that
it be destroyed.
Ah. well! These be other days ana
prohibition is in the land. But those
who eniffed the delicate aroma that
hovered in the corridors of the court
house yesterday neeeded only to close
EDITOR IS RE-ELECTED
Examination of Vote Shows Fail
ure of Majority in Publication
Position; Sew Ballot Follows.
DES MOINES, Ia, May 23. Re
election of the editor of the Methodist
Review, one of the publications of the
Methodist Episcopal church, was nec
essary at the general conference to
day. Dr. George Elliott of Detroit was
announced elected several days ago.
An examination of the vote was said
to disclose he did not have a majority,
and another ballot was taken today.
Dr. Elliott was elected.
Few changes were made in the res
idences on bishops of the church in
the assignments of those official
read today. Among changes were:
r . D. Leete, from Atlanta to Indian
apolis; W. O. Shepard. from Wichita,
Kan., to Portland, Or.; P. J. McCon
nrll, from Denver to Pittsburg, and
V. F. Thirkield. from New Orleans
to Mexico City, Mexico.
The list of assignments of bishops
includes: Denver, C. D. Mead; Helena,
Mont., C. W. Burns; San Francisco, A
Residences in foreign lands include:
f oochow, China. 1'. T. Keeney; Pekin
China, W. S. Lewis; Shanghai, China,
L. J. Birney; Seoul, Corea, Herbert
AVelch; Manila, p. I.. C. H Locke
Mexico City, Mexico, W. P. Thirkield.
bishop's c:ari;kk is varied
Climb From First Pastorate in
188 6 Is Steady.
Bishop Shepard, who has been as
signed to Portland, began his minis
terial career in 1886, when he was
ordained. S.ince that time he has
climbed steadily in the Methodist
church as pastor, district superintend
cnt and bishop. He was made bishop
or the Kansas area in 1912.
He succeeds in the Portland area.
embracing the conferences of Oregon
Puget Sound and the Columbia river,
the late Bishop Matt S. Hughes.
Koughly. his territory includes west
ern Oregon, western Washington and
He is not an entire stranger to
Methodism in Portland, as he presided
at the state conference held in the
Kirst Methodist church in Portland in
1918. He is expected to reach Oregon
in a month to six weeks.
Bishop Shepard is 68 years of age
and has passed 34 years in the Meth
odist ministry. He was born in
Whiteside county, Illinois, in 1862.
Ho was educated at Jennings semi
nary and at DePauw university, at
taining his bachelor's degree there
in 18S5. Other degrees he attained
were: Bachelor of sacred theology,
DePauw school of theology, 1886;
doctor of divinity in- 1896 and doctor
of laws in 1912, both at DePauw.
His pastorates include 25 years in
the Rock river conference. Elgin, III.;
Rockford, 111.; Oakland, 111. He be
came district superintendent of Chi
cago conference in 1908, from which
he succeeded to the bishopric.
Blahop W. O. Shepard of the Mfllo-
diMt ,ptocopal church, who
assigned yesterday to Portland.
their eyes to the wreckage In the i
courtyard and dream pleasant dreams, j
AUTO THIEF NET DEVISED
SECRETARY OF STATE TO KEEP
STOLEN GAR RECORD.
Portland Police OrficerS Investi
gate Motor Vehicle Books and
SALEM, Or., May 23. (Special.)
Investigation of the automobile rec
ords of the secretary of state's 'of
fice was made here today by L. V.
Jenkins, chief of ponce; II. A. Thatch
er, lieutenant of police; Joe Keller,
investigator for the Pacific Coast
Automobile Underwriters' conference,
and H. P. Coffin, in charge of the mo
tor vehicle registration department,
all of Portland, with a view of estab
lishing a system whereby stolen cars
may be traced more readily than
under the methods of investigation
now in effect in the state. Under the
plan proposed here today the police,
upon receipt of information that an
automobile has been stolen, immedi
ately will send the number of the ma
chine to the secretary of state. Soon
er or later, the officers say, the per
son responsible for the theft will sell
the car with the result that the in
nocent purchaser will apply for a 11
conse. Upon the receipt of this ap
plication the secretary of state will
notify the police regarding the own
er of the machine and his location.
With this check on the movement of
stolen cars the officers declare they
will be able to recover them more
quickly than under the present
It also is the purpose of the offi
cers here today to send out letters to
all chiefs of police and sheriffs in
the state urging them to take more
interest in running down persons re
sponsible for auto thefts.
A Real Clothing Sale!
It began Monday, May 17.
. I don't know when it will end.
Many new shipments from
Eastern clothing manufactur
ers arrived last week. Nat
urally, they went into the sale
at the sale prices.
I said at the outset that there
would be no exceptions no res
ervations. There will be none.
Every man's, young" man's
and boy's suit in my store
every one that shall arrive dur
ing the course of this sale is
and will be offered at the prices
named in the adjoining column.
If you will make a computation,
you will see that the lowest dis
count from normal price is 20
in most cases it is more!
Its a REAL
Suits for Men and
Including Hickey-Freeman, Skolny,
$75 and $80 Suits $60
$65 and $70 Suits $50
$50 and $60 Suits $40
$40 and $45 Suits $30
Boys' Belted Suits
With one and two pairs of "knickerbockers"
All $15.00 Suits at $9.65
$16.50-$18 Suits $13.65
$20-$22.50 Suits $14.65
$25-$27.50 Suits $17.65
$30-$35.00 Suits $22.65
Suits for Juveniles
All Suits up to $7.50 re- J a re
duced to d4OD ,
All Suits up to ?10 re- G7 Qg
duced to J O0
All Suits up to $15 re-JQ
duced to OtiUJ
All Suits up to $20 re-ti q QC
duced to uJL3.00
Men's Colossal Shirt Sale
Regular $3.50 and tf O yfC
Regular $5 and $6 J o or
Regular $7.50 and (t A or
$8.50 Shirts D4.03
1296 Quarts of Champagne
Go Into Sewer.
I.iqoor in Custody of Sheriff Hurl
hurt Is Destroyed by Order of
IK a 10-pound salmon makes a vi
cious, attack on some fisherman at
the Oregon City falls, and if some
ftcc trout viciously charges a launch
with intent to destroy it
And if Astoria fishermen jret peril
ously happy breathing in the ozone
at the mouth of the Columbia; and if
smelt so crazy and crabs act crabbier
than ever, well, there's a reason.
Fifty-four Ases 1296 quarts of the
'prisoned laughter of the peasant pirls
of France, of amber fluid, of golden
memories of other days; in short, of
champagne, made a bubbling exit into
the "Willamette river yesterday, via
the sewer from the Multnomah court
house. Hence the wicked trout, hence
FRED S. BUFFUM DIES
Pioneer Clothier of Portland Pass
es at Age or 69 Years.
Fred G. Buffum, pioneer clothier of
this city and former member of the
firm of Buffum & Pendleton, died
yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
his residence, 254 Xorth Twenty-fifth
street. He is survived by his widow,
Susan S., several nephews in New
York and Mobile, Ala., and two cous
ins in San Diego, Cal.
Mr. Buffum was born in Orono,
Maine, June 26, 1851, and came to
Portland in 18S0, traveling: out of the
city for the dry goods firm of White
Goldsmith company. Upon their re
tirement in 1884 he and Mr. Pendle
ton opened a store at the corner of
First and Morrison street.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
at 2 P. M. from the Holman under
taking; parlors. Interment will take
place at Kiverview cemetery.
AWARD OFFERS ARE MADE
BUSINESS JTEX DOXAT1XG ROSE
Imperial Potentate Also Posts $500
Cash for Grand Winner In
Private Car Entries.
An intensive campaign being: waged
among: business nouses of Portland
for the donation of trophies or cash
for awards in the floral para' " e
Rose Festival is bringing
results, according: to W in throp
mond, in cnarge oi xne paraue. j
The festival association is onerm
substantial cash awards and in. addi
tion W. Freeland Kendrick. imperial
potentate of the Mystic Shrine has
posted one award of $500 cash for the
grand prize winner in the individual
car entries of the parade. .
The board of governors of the Fes
tival association has called for silver
trophies or cash.
Among the first to respond to the
appeal was the United Metal. Trades
association of Portland with a silver
cup valued at $100.
The Motion Picture league of Ore
gon donated $500 for cash prizes. The
Oregon Coal Dealers' association sub
scribed $100 and the Pacific States
Fire Insurance company has pur
chased a $50 trophy for an award.
Trophies have also been donated
by the Laundry men's association and
the Portland Flouring Mills, Blu-mauer-Frank
Drug company, Woodard,
Clarke & Co. and the Coast Sales company.
FARMERS OPENLY DEFIANT
Rebellion Against State Law In
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., May 25.
Governor Robertson today was asked
by John A- Whitehurst, president of
the state board of agriculture, to de
clare martial law in a district of Se
quoyah county and send state troops
there for the protection of state
Mr. vV hitehurst. who returned todav
You have but
and Friday to see
On With the Dance
A story of high life
on Broadway Lawless
love and the big finish.
Afternoon and Nights
at 2:30 P. M.
from Sequoyah county after investi
gating the destruction recently of
several cattle dipping vats, declared
the farmers in three townships of the
county were in "open defiance of the
law" relative to dipping cattle for the
eradication of ticks.
Vacmm Vietnam Cbaaaal "To. X-J"
. C.p Cop Trd Ttl"
S,n Cm.n Cm .cm Casino Tub "
Fabric Cord Card Rasular or7
30x3 18.45 3.00 3.7S
30x3 K 23.70 38.55) . 35.851 3.50 4.40
32x3J4 27.90 42.95 J' 39.95 1 3.80 4.75
31x4 37.30 5.20 6.50
32x4 37.95 54.45 49.05 5.25 .55
33x4 40.05 56.00 50.45 5.50 6.90
34x4 40.85 57.40 51.65 5.65 .7.05
32x4 52.75 61.35 53.75 6.80 8.50
33x4H 54.90 63.00 55.20 6.95 8.70
34x434 55.35 64.65 58.20 7.00 8.75
35x4 57.60 66.15 59.60 7.10 8.90
36x44 58.20 67.80 61.00 7.30 9.15
33x5 67.40 76.60 68.95 8.05 10.05
35x5 70.95 80.35 72.35 8.50 10.65
37x5 74.60 84.05 75.70 8.85 11.05
prevail on Vacuum Cup Tires and
"Ton Tested" Tubes, as proved
by a comparison of these stand
ardized net prices with those
asked for ordinary makes.
The present moderate schedule is
made possible by greatly increased
production by a thoroughly com
petent organization, an up-to-the-minute
factory using every im
provement and labor saving
device, and a zone selling- system
which markets, with approxi
mately the same selling facilities,
an ever-increasing production.
These prices are s tandardizednet,
uniform throughout the United
Pay no more do not expect
Pennsylvania products for ess.
Adjustment basis per warranty tag at
tached to each casing;:
Vacuum Cup Fabric Tires, 6,000 Miles
Vacuum Cop Cord Tires. 9,000 Miles
Channel Tread Cord Tires, 9,000 Miles
PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER COMPANY
Changes in Count Expected.
Owing to discrepancies in the fig
ures of the second boards in some of
the voting precincts and failure of
some of them to report to the Mult
nomah county clerk, it is anticipated
the count on some issues will be ma
terially changed when the' official
election figures are compiled. Work
of checking them up was begun yes
terday in the county clerk's office and
efforts will be made to finish the Job
Calvin G. Brown Coming-
In connection with the activities of
the United States chamber of com
merce in promoting better business
relationships nrrmnc the different pec-
with each VACUUM CUP TIRE
A Ton Tested InnerTube of Corresponding Size
This offer good for a limited time only and will be honored by
any of our Portland dealers.
65-67 Sixth St.
A. J. WINTERS CO.
tions of the country, Calvin G. Brown,
director of the organization depart
ment, will pass Friday in Portland. He
will confer with officials of the Port
land Chamber, which is a member of
the national organization, and has
given substantial support to the
movement for a headquarters build
ing In Washington, I. C. It is ex
pected that Mr. Brown will spend
some days in Oregon visiting the
principal cities of the state.
Portland Couple Gets License.
TACOMA, Wash., May 25. (Special.)
Gordon L. Dulcy and Alta Houghton,
both of Portland, obtained a mar
riage license in Tacoma today.
FOR THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK
Matinee - - 25c
Evening - - 35c
War Tax Include
tiwr . t' v-K. .set? W.,
In Her Newest Play
One of Lights and Shadows,
Pathos and Humor
"THE HEART F CHILD
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LIBERTY PICTORIAL REVIEW
"THE RED MILL"
D. W. GRIFFITH'S ,
"THE IDOL DANCER"
IgJ y5 See this
f I clever story,
then put the
WASHBURN and HAWLEY
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The message that nearly wrecked a community.
. TODAY'S CONCERT MATINEE
PEOPLES SYMPHONIQUE ORCHESTRA
1 Robespierre Overture Uitoiff
2 Love's Dream After the Ball Czibulka
3 Minuet Beethoven