THE .MORNING OKEGOXIAN, THURSDAY, 3IAY 37, 1920. It CITY NEWS IN BRIEF . & City Editor Main 7070. A sons Sunday Editor Main 7O70, A 0ft5 Advertising Department. . Main 7070. A 005 fcujonalonrtaat of Bide ..Maia aa. A om AMUSEMENTS. HEILIG Broadway at Taylor) Raymond Hitchcock in "Hitchy Koo." Tonight. BAKER (Broadway nar " Morrison Baker Stock company in "Lena Rivera."' Tonight. LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com edy. "Fads and Follies."" ' Three shows daily at 2. 7 and 9. HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill) Vaudeville and moving pictures. 2 to 6, 6:45 to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sundays and holidays continuous 1:15 to 11 P. M. PAXTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude ville. Three shows daily. 2:30. 7 and 9:05. COUNCIL. CREST Free amusement park. Take "CC" cars. Morrison or Washing ton streets. THE OAKS Amusement park. Free ad mission until E P. M.. except Sundays and holldaya Take cars at First and Alder. r THRIFT STAMPS. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS On Sale -at Business Office, Oregonian. Accused Robber Held to Jurt. William Whiting, arrested by Lieu tenant of Detectives Maloney Tuesday on a charge of having robbed the house of James Manary, 1512 Kast Yamhill street, on April 23. was held to answer to the grand jury on a rharge of larceny from a dwelling yesterday by Municipal Judge Ross man. His bail was placed at $1000. Whiting is said to have obtained jewelry aggregating J10UO in the bur Klary. His identity was definitely established according to the police by comparing his finger prints with prints found on the window of the Manary home. Commercial Travelers to Meet. With delegates in attendance from Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, as well as representatives from Bellingham, Kverelt. Tacoma, Seattle and Spo kane, the c o n v e n t io n of - the United Commercial Travelers which will be held in Portland tomorrow. and Saturday, promises to be one of the largest meetings this order has held in the northwest. The session will close Saturday morning, after which the members will be taken over the Columbia highway to Cascade locks. On their return they will have dinner at Mrs. Henderson's chalet at Crown Point. Council Invites Car Officials. Officials of the Portland Railway, Light & Power company have been invited to appear before the city council this morning to explain if the compaay plans on fulfilling its part of the improvement of Kast Seventy second street, ffhe company officials say that no money Is available to per form the work necessary by the com pany. City officials intimate that unless the street railway company proceeds with the work, the city will perform the work and withhold pay ment on city light bills for payment. "Soft Drink" Dispenser Fined. "William Lahey, proprietor of a soft drink establishment at 381 East Burn side street, who was arrested Tues day on a charge of violating the prohibition law by Lieutenant Robson and Patrolrnen Nutter and Harms, was fined $25 by Municipal Judge Ross man yesterday. Lahey was arrested after the policeman had analyzed some of the drinks which he sold. They reported that his cider and "grapo" had a high percentage of alcohol. Vice-Consul on Trip. A. O. Bjel land, Norwegian, vice-consul at Port land, has left for a four-months trip to Norway and will sail from New York June 4. He is accompanied by Mrs. Bjelland and does not expect to return until late in September. While in Norway, Mr. Bjelland will attend a meeting at Bergenfeld of the stock holders and directors of the Norwegian-American line, which is re ported to be considering an extension of its service to Portland. Store Proprietor Arrested. Harry Brown, proprietor of the Brown mer chantile store, 171 First street, was arrested yesterday by Inspectors Swennei and McCulloch on a charge of receiving stolen property. His bail was placed at $2000. According to lieutenant or JJetectives Malonev Brown purchased about $500 worth of property reported stolen from stores in Marion and Clackamas counties. Some of this is said to have been re covered. Broken Leo No Interference. Al though handicapped with a leg broken In two places. City Health Officer Parrish refuses to -stop work. For two hours each day he handles executive detail work in connection with his office and he will adopt a policv be ginning today to visit the of f ice" both in the morning and afternoon in order to keep in touch with affairs of his office. Dr. Parrish was injured last inursriay night, at the armory. t'RESS t LUB TO W ELCOMK TAFT. William Howard Taft will be infor mally introduced to the members of the Press club at their luncheon at noon today in the Benson hotel. W. a. ij Ken win be the principal speaker, discussing "State Government Re sponsive to the People." Miss Mar guerite A. Salomon and C. S. Chap man win speak orleny on forest pro tertion. , Women Need $10.000. Contributions continue to come in from over the state for the woman's building fund at tne University of Oregon. The women of the state and the alumni of the college have raised all but $10,000 of the $100,000 fund which is to be matcnea Dy tne state and a great cuori is Deing made by the com mittee in charge to complete the sum d.v commencement. Students Plan Reception Tk f dents of Washington high school are to give a reception next Wednesday evening to the retiring principal, Hugh H. Herdman. The programme will be devoted almost entirely, to the students and the alumni of the school. Finns have been made so that each class rresident of every grtau:tti-i-i clasi since the school was opned will either be present or be represented. Deputy Meat Inspector Resigns Dr. Charles M. Anderson, deputv meat Inspector in the municipal bureau of health, tendered his resignation to Dr C. C Chase, chief inspector vester diiy. to take effect June 1. fir An derson plans to enter business as a veterinary. His successor has not yet been named. Lace From Nazareth. The !adies of the Catholic parish at St. Helens have a shipment of bec-.if-j! Armen ian lace ma.le by th ... S:ser in Nazareth. It will be so. at the store of Atiyeh Bros., oriental rugs, 10th uu .narr streets, beginning June, 1 at 9 o'clock. Adv. Patriotic Exercises Friday Hill Military academy will have patriotic exercises in the regular assembly Friday and on Monday will observe lio-ni u!on day by taking part in the I'armle The academy buglers as well as the ciiiiet corps will participate. fF-Mt'-.: Via Auto. Cars leave for Aen-.i, Seaside and way points at 1 A lv'si!y from 125 6th street (near W asiiu:.-.on) For rates and reserve -t.ons telephone Mar. 4381. Snepard's Auto Bus lines. Adv Nerve B lock i no enables Drs. Hartley. Kicsendahl rj Marshall r. suocTSKfully treat pyorrhea, and ex-! tract, crown or fill the most sensitive' teem, wunout pain. 30i Journal bldg Adv. Kemueer Coau Carbon Coa. Co. mine agents. 321 Hawthorn eve Kast 11H Adv Offices Several large suites for rent. Fcnton building. Adv. Sakety Uoxks, lc daily. 2S4 Oak. AO. COMEDIAN WHO HAS WIDE POPULARITY COMES TO HEILIG. 1 $ , , Sit if ' ti - gntn. .aijsomc :UUlWUl".lUSAlWWXW.VA);vfltW(L I'HC . yi. ii . jwav.-. "STSiat ir'i ii mi i"n iii i "TY'T. n 1 1 tit in, ii f Wfr.-.. HH' RAYMOND HITCHCOCK. If a vote were taken as to who was the mostrliked eceentrrc comedian on our stage, it is more than probable that Raymond Hitchcock would be the winner. Nobody in the theater game, on or off the stage, does more than "Hitchy" to stimulate and cherish this good will. Hitchcock's mission in life isn't to act, but rather to show himself as he really is for public entertainment. Hitchcock is a fine tonic because he is one of the funniest of actors, and on top of that is a good showman.. Hitchcock's big musical play, "Hitch y Koo," will open an engagement at the Heilig tonight for the remainde r of the week. Film to Be Used in Prater. Based on the story of Paul's letter to Phi lemon and adapted to modern times although pointing to the same lesson of forgiveness, a motion, picture will form the principal feature of tonight's regular prayer meeting services to be held at the White Temple. The pic ture is the first production completed by the Historical Film corporation of America, a local company formed to make pictures adapted from- Biblical narratives. " It was given a previewi ng before . the Portland Ministerial association called for a special meet ing at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium yes terday afternoon. The Spiritualists will hold a basket picnic Monday, May 31, at Cedarville Park, Linnemann junction. At 3 o'clock there will be dedication serv ices of the new auditorium at which the pastors of the Spiritualist churches of Portland will assist. All are cor dially welcome. At 8 P. M. there will be a dance. Good union music. Take Gresham, Bull Run or Kstacada cars. Adv. AUTO BRAKES DEFECTIVE Judge Scores and Tines Purchaser of Second-Hand Car. "I would like to have something to sell you and make some easy money," declared Municipal Judge Rossman yesterday when Walter A. Wood, 202 West Eleventh street, St. Johns, ap peared before him on a charge of driving a machine with defective brakes. Wood had just told the judge that he had purchased a second-hand car without trying it out. Hti took the machine out and ran down Mrs. L. B. Goff. 406 Vancouver avenue, at the intersection of Holladay avenue and Occident street. Wrood admitted that he could not stop his machine within less than 50 feet, following the collision with the woman, owing to the fact that neither of the brakes would hold. Mrs. Goff received a bruised leg and was taken to her home. Judge Rossman levied a fine of ?5P against Wood. "You exhibited carelessness in the purchase of the irachine without try ir.g it out as well as in driving a car with defective brakes." - declared Judge Rossman in levying the fine. Wood was arrested following the accident by Investigators Tully and Freiberg of the traffic bureau. Speed irs fined yesterday follow: E. Kerbs, So; C. V. Hodgson, $5: . J. Maddox. $d; N. J. Jones. 15; L. A. SHellwagoner. $5; O. E. Millison, ?5. YSAYE-ELMAIM. 7(900 Hear San Francisco Concert. Eugene Ysaye and Misc'ia Elman In joint recitil at the Helig, June 2. di rection Steers & Coma:!. "Ysaye is still the master of the golden pluase and Elman make3 the vioiiii sing v-ith a guileless ingeniousnes says Kd fern Mason of the San Francisco Ex aminer. Mail orders now- Floor. $1.50. Bal cony, $2.50. $2, $1.50. Gal'.erv reserved, $1.60. viend checks and self -addressed stamped envelopes to Steers & Coman, Columbia bldg. Adv. Dalles Couple Married. HOOD RIVER. Or., May 26. (Spe cial.) Jesse Oren Stanek and Miss May Vera Betts of The Dalles," came here yesterday and were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mc Ginnis. cousins of the bride. Rev. D. M. Carpenter, pastor of tte Chris tian and Missionary alliance, officiat ed. Mr. and Mrs. Stanek will make their ome in Wasco county. Effective Saturday night. May 29, O.-W. R. & N. steamer Harvest Queen leaves Portland Ainsworth dock at S P. M. daily except Sunday, instead of daily except Saturday. Connects at Astoria with steamer Nahcotta for North Beach. Returning, laves Astoria 7 A. M. daily except Sunday. Adv. Phone your want ads to The Orego nian. Main 7070. Automatic 560-95. AEROPLANE MOTORCYCLE Over 12 Daredevil Events Speedway Sunday, Monday - Only 55 to All Mil" A yOHM4OMcm0wM,M iVtiiiigiTfr' INDUSTRY BEING SURVEYED IXPORMATIOX IS SOl'GHT PART OF CEXSCS. OX Portland Business -Men Said Not to Realize Value of Work Now Under Way. Managers of Portland industries do not seem to realize the importance or the character of the survey, that being made in taking the industrial census for the government, say the officials in charge. The impression is said to have been gained by. some that in some way it is a check on the volume of business handled, when in fact it is an attempt to gain the most complete information as to industries that has ever been gathered in con nection with the decennial census. George H. FaMrchild, 408 Fenton build ing, is directing agent in charge 1 cany. . special agents assisting are A. L. Haley. Maxwell E. Ball, Orin W. Mosier, E. A. Foster and M.. T. Murphy. The information obtained in this survey, like all census data, is strict ly confidential and is the property of the census bureau only. The vital im portance of having the census thor ough lies in the (act that federal legislation, at least' during the next two years, will be based on the facts developed, so that for community in terest it is most essential to make as good a showing as possible. Mr. Fair field is covering Multnomah county only, and if any manufacturing con cern is overlooked by the officials it is desired that they report to him at once. industries that have started since January 1 will not be included but it is' important that the govern ment have knowledge of them so that they will be included in the census that will be made in 1922. RESTRICTION JS RENEWED council JxtciKls Ordinance as to Apartment Houses. Restrictions on the location of new apartment houses which expire July 1, 1920. were yesteroay extended by the city itnc'.l unti' January 1. 1921, through the passage, of an ordinance intio'rced by City Commissioner Barb')-. As a result of these restrictions, v.hicli require that a special permit be ob nincd from the council before an apartment house can be erected in Portland, the ' city is now facing a legal battle with the Berkshire com pany. this legal rray is before the su preme court and Commissioner Bar bur explained that he did not wish to injure the city's chances by allowing the restrictions to-be lifted prior to the settlement of this case. Fish Law Violator Fined. R. Roman, wno was arrested Sun day by E. J. Clark, district game war den, for fishinir without a license, was i CM. Z Stiffs i O I WASH SUITS For Boys $3.50 Practical, durable models in Percale Madras Chambray Gingham Sizes 2 to 8 years. S. & H. Stamps Given Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland Morrison at Fourth fined $23 yesterday in District Judge Bell's court. J. A. Marion, arrested at the same time, received a suspended sentence when he purchased a non resident license. P. A. Cozakos and W. ICasambalas were arrested, by the same warden for failure properly to tag dolly varden trout which they were selling. The latter was fined $25 and Cozakos will be tried today before Judge Bell. ALTITUDE RECORD BROKEN 1 Hour 2 3 Minutes Required to Go Up, 15 Minutes to Come Down, SAN ANTONIO, Tex, May 26. What is said to be the world's record for an altitude flight with an airplane carrying three passengers and pilot was broken at Kelly field yesterday when Lieutenant Harry w eddington reached an altitude of 20,081 feet in one hour and 25 minutes of steady climbing. The return trip was made in 15 min utes. You'll Fall for Her Just Like the Cocoanut Did Wanted Chairs to Cane by School for Blind FOB PAR IlCULAHS CALL Mar. SOSO oc MR. J. F.Myers Tabor UU.U Estab. 20 Years in Portland C. Gee Wo Root and Herb Remedies 162 Vz First St., Portland, Or. The j Cocoanuts rS.' Fell for I This Girl JJ-VJpf A in the ' RfeRMi South KgAgj- Service The human element en ters very largely into prescription work. Be hind the quality of the ingredients must be the knowledge and experi ence of the pharmacist. Six registered pharmacists are maintained at the store Df "Dependable Drugs," and service is available day and night, for we never close. .. -. . . AMOMi.UZS SB PORTLAND ORt. PHONE. MAIN 7211. TONIGHT &0L ; wm f i ' William Howard Taft Lecturing on "League of Nations Up to Date' Auditorium 8: IS Seats on Sale Meier & Frank's 9 A..M. Until 5:45 P. M. Auditorium After 7 :30 P. M. A neatly typewritten letter will bring you results, and Corona is so easy for you to operate that it takes the drudgery out of letter writing. Any member of the family can use Corona. Corona Mail orders receive prompt attention. Parcel Post" or Express. 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MANUFACTURERS Sinn tht tmrfy fftiu SAN FRANCISCO a Inalneaa m afoo has Jawt com to Orenuu f sake his bene ayai "Only In a few aeo- lions oould business Ve developed to th pre. sent stage and still have so many of the pos sibilities nntouebed. My impression ef Ore- gon Is first, that rot have a wonderful oonntryt aeoond, that you have dons wonderful tilings 1th lt( and third, that you osn do still mors) wonderful things. Cregon has a ad a rapid strides tn the past fe years and the posaibllltles for the future ars alnest limitless. But It "behooves every loy al eltlian to cert behind Oregon Industries and BOOST. X BUT OKI. IK) I PRODUCTS WSSj I staaaaaaaft' IL Aelta Xnduatrlo of Oregon ""Jf PRINTING is the fifth larg est industry in America. For over twerity-five years it has been the principal part of our business. COur Printing, Booldrinding and Paper Ruling Departments provide under one roof every facility to produce Quality Printing and give Service. ' ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED Glass & Prudhomme Co. S5-I7IRQABWU Qrintrrs BCX3KBINDERS DESKS FILING CABINETS KODAK OWNERS !. Phone your want ads to The Oreg nlan. Main 7070, Automatic 560-95. j P R I N T S ... 1 J rr'arn.Your' i5Jr nEativE5 wffl cast things on which your toy Itelilliliii Th SEWARD Is new. modern and cicKantiy appointed hotel, possessing one of the most beautiful corner lob bies In the .Northwest. loca.ted at 10th and Alder eta., opposite Olds, Wortman A Kins' big depovrtmeat tore In heftrt of retail end theater district. Kates $1.60 and up. Bus meets all trains. W car ale runs from Union Depot direct to Hotel BE WARD. W. M. Seward. Prop. A Moderately-Prfeed Hotel of Merit HOTEL CLIFFORD Rut Morrison St. and East Sixth. U5 Per Iay. S Per Week. Up. REPAIRED PIANOS. PLATKR. OKA PUS lso refinlshcl by n new and better process for lebs money. Tuning Mnd action regulating. UARUI.ll S. GILBERT ' SS4 Vamhill Street Plaaos nought. Rented. Sold.