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THIS MOILMXG OREGONIAN. FRIDAY. 31 AY 28, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A 6095
Advertiiinit Department. . Main 7070. A 8095
Superintendent of Bids- ..Main 7070, A 6095
HEILIG (Broadway at Taylor) Raymond
Hitchcock In "Hitchy Koo." Tonight.
BAKER (Broadway' near Morrison)
Baker Stock company In "Lena Rivera!"
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Mustca.1 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.
PANTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows daily. 2:30, 1 and
COUNCIL CREST Free amusement park.
Take "CC" cars, Morrison or Waahins
THE OAKS Amusement park. Free ad
mission until e P. M-, except Sundays
and holidays. Taka cars at First and
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Business Office, Oreconlan.
Jewish Services Announced. Serv
ice will be held at Congregation
Ahaval Sbolom, Parle and Clay streets,
tonigrht at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow morn
ing services will be held at 9 o'clock.
Rabbi R. Abrahamson will officiate.
The subject of Rabbi Jonah B. Wise's
sermon tonight at 8 o'clock at Temple
Beth Israel will be "In Memoriam."
Saturday morning services at 10:30.
Strangers welcome. No seats are re
served. Services will be held at the
Congregation Novah Zedek Talmud
Torah. Sixth and Hall streets, tpnight
at 7:30 o'clock and tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock. Rev. Abraham I. Rosen
erantz will officiate. All men and
women are welcome. Religious school
will be held Sunday morning at 10.
Two Bots Take Watch. Patrolman
Howard yesterday recovered a watch
which had been stolen from the vest
of John Endee, 331 Larrabee street.
Endeo, who is employed by the gas
'company was doinir some work at
East Ninety-first and Glisaa streets
and hung up his coat and vest. Ac
cording to the policeman Howard Ep
plnghouse, 2018 East Glisan, and Wil
bur Decins, 94 East Seventy-ninth
titreet north, both" 10 years of age,
confessed to taking the watch. It was
returned to the owner.
Fish WardeS Is to Lecture. That
Oregon's Byste-m of fish propogation
Is receiving attention throughout the
Pacific northwest is proved by the
receipt of a telegram yesterday by
R. B. Clanton, master fish warden,
from the Canadian Fisheries' associa
tion, which urges him to attend the
annual gathering of the association at
Vancouver, B. C, June 3 to 5, and ex
plain the method used in sock-eye
salmon propagation and natural feed
ing. Mr. Clanton is the inventor of
the system of natural feeding.
Bots Get Dat in Jail. Earl Deyoe,
19, and Ransom Dean, 20, who were
arrested by Patrolman Gladwyn and
Pierce early yesterday morning on
charges of disorderly conduct, were
fined $25 each and one day in jail
by Municipal Judge Rossman. The
two boys were riding up and down
the street in an automobile and stop
ping girls and asking them to take a
ride according to the officers. Deyoe
is employed as a woodsawyer and
Dean as a laborer.
Man Found Partiallt Clothed. G.
I.akay, 45 years of age, who roomed
in the Scott hotel, was arrested
wandering about the streets partially
clothed yesterday morning by Patrol
man Talbert. He was turned over to
the county authorities wor examina
tion as to his sanity. When picked' up,
Lakay had no shoes, shirt, coat or hat
and could give no very good account
Lincoln Hioh Presents Prunella.
Friends of the school will remember
that the senior class of Lincoln high
school will present Prunella, the
charming fantasy by Granville Barker
and Laurence Housemann. at 3 o'clock
this afternoon and at 8:15 this even
ing in the school auditorium. Some
thins unusual is promised in the way
of costumes, scenery, dancing and
Healers to Continue Services.
Services of the divine healers which
ended Wednesday evening at the
auditorium will be continued this
afternoon and evening and Sunday
afternoon and evening, according to
an announcement made yesterday by
Rev. John Lake, presiding minister
of the Portland meetings. .Increasing
interest is being manifested by Port
land citizens in the services, he said.
Honet Bee Topic of Lecture.
"Nature's Sweetest Lady" will be the
subject of a lecture on the honey bee
at the Audubon society tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock, in library hall, cen
tral library, by Dr. Henry Collins,
with beautiful slides, to illustrate the
habits, customs and value of the bee.
This will be the last Audubon lecture
this season. All are invited.
. Two Watches Reported Stolen.
The theft of two watches from the
showcase of F. Nemiro. 173 Front
street, was reported to the police yes
terday. Nemiro said he suspected two
men who were in his place looking at
goods. Mrs. C. M. Bair, 281 East Six
teenth street north, reported the theft
of a quantity of Jewelry from her
Extension Lectures Closing. Pro
fessor A. G. Lunn of the Oregon Agri
cultural college will give a poultry
lecture at 8 o'clock tonight at the
story hour room of the central library.
This is the last lecture in the present
series of the Oregon Agricultural col
lege extension lectures. Professor
Lunn will discuss the subject of
"Feeding the Layers and Breeders."
Campers, Attention! Get a Miller
auto bed. Make your outing enjoy
able. Camp in comfort. All bedding
enclosed; folds compactly on running
board. Silk' floss mattress, wire
springs: no extra bundles. Order
now to insure prompt delivery. Wood-
lawn 2046. 1031 Killings-worth ave.
Indoor Picnic Today. The Realiza
tion league holds an indoors picnic
every month.' The one for May will
take place at the Sellwood community
hall on Spokane avenue in Sellwood
today. After a picnic dinner at 6:30
the evening will be spent in music,
recitations ana sociability.
Jenkins to Return Todat. Walter
Jenkins, community organizer, is ex
pected to return from the Stockton Ad
club convention today and will at
tend the community service outing
Sunday afternoon at Risley station. A
community sing will be one of the
features of the day's programme.
Sbasidb Via Auto. Cars leave tor
Astoria, Seaside and way points at 10
A M. daily from 125 6th street (near
Washington), for rates and reserva
tions telerhone Mar. 4381. Shepard's
Auto Bus lines. Adv.
Owino to office expansion of on
of our largest tenants, we have for
rent one desirable three-room suite
on the third floor. Apply manager
the Piatt building. Washington at
Park. Tel. Marshall 6025. Adv.
Bishop to Visit Marshpield.
Bishop Walter Taylor Sumner will
leave tonight for the Marshfield
deanery, whehe he will conduct con
formation and give a series of ad
Bahai Assembly Meets Tonight.
The regular weekly meeting of th
Bahai Assembly will be held in room
616 Bush & Lane building at 8 o'clock
The Bookkeeper bought a Calcu
lator for 615, and figuring is now
a pleasure. Calculator Co.. 518 Cor
bett bldg. Marshall 65.. Adv.
" OrriCKS Several large suites for
rent, Fenton building. Adv.
Family Needs Clothing. With but
$40 a month on which to support her
self and six children, a poor mother
who has come to the attention of the
pension bureau is sadly in need of
clothing for her family. The father
of the youngsters has been sent to
the state tubercular hospital at Salem
and this has left the household entire
ly dependent upon the sum allowed by I
the county. Mrs. Jessie Landingham I
v . I. mntViAH naminn lln roa .1 i a an '
pealing for gifts of clothing for the
children who range in age from 1 to
13 years. Two of them are in school.
The family recently has moved to a
tiny three-room house, where the Sal
vation Army aided in establishing
East Seventt-Sbcond Street Work
Starts. Work on the improvement of
East Seventy-second street will com
mence this morning. The traction
company will handle its end of the
job by using its maintenance crews.
The work was halted several weeks
ago and the street closed. At that
time F, L Fuller, vice-president, stated
that rack of funds made it impossible
for the company to lay its rails.
Franklin T. Griffith appeared before
the city council yesterday and when
the situation was explained to him he
said that the rails would be laid im
mediately. Meat, 10c to 25c.
Absolutely fresh Oregon meat at
Frank L. Smith's, 228 Alder street:
Boiling beef, 10c. Veal stew, 10c
Dandy little T-bone steaks, 15c
Pot roasts. 12c. Breast veal. 12 c
Oven roasts, 15c Veal roasts, 15c.
Prime ribs. 15c. Rump roasts, 15c.
Roast pork, 20c Loin cutlets, 20c.
Tenderloin stk., ISc.Round steak, 20c
Pork chops. 25c. Bacon, 35c
Legs of Oregon spring lamb, 25c
Shoulders of same spring lamb, ISc.
Genuine spring lamb chops, 25c
Frank L. Smith's is 228 Alder st Adv.
Tractor Driver Arrested. J. E.
Bradley, driver of a tractor for the
Warren Construction company, was
arrested yesterday afternoon at East
Forty-second and Stark streets by
Motorcycle Patrolman Stiles on a
charge of driving his tractor on the
pavement.' Bradley was released on
his own recognizance and will have
a hearing in the municipal court to
day. Patrolman Stiles said that the
man drove down Stark street and the
pavement being warm a deep impres
sion was made by the passing tractor.
Advertising Manager Named. Earl
Harkins, former, captain of ordnance
and well known In Portland by rea
son of having been stationed here
some months in recruiting service.
has been appointed advertising man
ager of the American Legion Weekly
for the Pacific coast section. Mr.
Harkins was in Portland two weeks
ago en route to San Francisco and
news' of his affiliation with the
Legion publication comes from that
city, where he has established his
Forest Protection, Topic. Methods
of safeguarding the national and state
forests will be dwelt upon today at
the luncheon given by Portland real
estate dealers at the Portland hotel.
B. Knapp will discuss the commer
clal aspect of forest protection. R.
Groce, president of the Trails club.
will speak on care in the woods by
the camper and outer. W. B. Shively
will discuss the legal phases of real
state operation. The chairman at
the luncheon will be W. W. Fergu
Check on Police Begun. A strict
check will be kept on the motorcycle
officers of the traffic bureau in
future, it was announced yesterday,
and they will be required to report
to headquarters every hour while on
duty just as other members of the
police fece. The new ruling was
made as the result of an authorized
trip to Salem which was made last
Tuesday by Motorcycle Patrolman
Wiles. Chief of Police Jenkins hap
pened to be in Salem on business that
Store Is Recruiting Station.
Powers & Estes drug store, 129 Sixth
street, was transformed into a naval I
recruiting station yesterday with a
display of naval equipment and a
navy man on duty to answer ques
tions about signing up in the navy.
One of the show windows of the place
given over to a miniature model
battleship and a couple of machine
guns frown from the door.
Theft Brings Jail Term. Clyde E.
Harrow, arrested by Inspectors
Howell and Morak on a charge of
having stolen an overcoat belonging
to J. W. Sargent at the Sargent hotel.
was sentenced to 30 days in jail by
Municipal Judge Rossman yesterday.
Harrow pleaded guilty to the theft
when he appeared in court. The over
coat was valued at $30.
School Will Give Reception. A
reception will be given this evening
at the Sunnyside school, honoring
t-roiessor curtis, wno nas been prin
cipal of the school for the past 20
years and is now retiring. All former
teachers, pupils and members of the
parent-teacher circle are especially
Woman Hurt in Fall. Mrs. P. W.
Blanchart, who lives south of the city
on the southern Facing electric line,
fractured her left arm in two places
yesterday afternoon when she acci
aeniaiiy leu down stairs. She was
taken to the St. Vincent's hospital by
the Arrow ambulance.
Construction Worker Arrested.
C. V. Mills, construction workman,
was arrested at 245 Front street
yesterday afternoon by Inspectors
bcnulpius and John Maloney on a
charge of defrauding an innkeeper.
Mills is alleged to have failed to pay
bin amounting to S3.29 at the Mult
Supporters Are Thanked. Arthur
K. Hill, defeated for nomination as
representative for the legislature in
the republican primaries, wishes to
thank his supporters and con era tu
ate the winners. He says that he
personally made no special campaign
School Janitor Files Suit. C A.
Green, formerly employed as a janitor
in several of the Portland schools.
filed a Judgment suit against school
district Io. 1 yesterday for $2518.78
This he claims Is owing for his serv
ices at the trade school, Woodlawn
and Bline schools.
Will of Mrs. Cohen Filed, The
will of Mrs. Ella Harper Cohen, filed
for probate yesterday, provides for
the distribution of an estate of about
$3000. Mrs. Cohen was "the widow of
Benjamin Cohen, who was president
of the old Portland Trust company.
Religious Society Incorporates.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
yesterday for the Society of Jesus,
formed to further religious education.
It will be mainly supported for the
present through the bequest of $80,000
made by the late Richard W ilson.
Auto Theft Denied. A plea of n
guilty was entered yesterday before
Judge McCourt by Jack Wellman
under indictment for larceny. It
alleged that he and two other boys
wok an auto belonging to is. F. Clark
on April 4.
Plaster Board, beaver bo rd, Cor
nell board for walls and ceilinE-a.
Timms, Cress & Co., 184 Second St.
Kbmmbrbb Coal. Carbon Coal Co,
mine agents. S21 Hawthorns ave- Kast
"See Our Windows
AN EXTRA PAIR OF
will double the life of your
coat and vest.
We have an immense as
sortment in every size for
men and young men. A
variety of colors and fab
rics to match any suit.
House in Portland
Morrison at Fourth
S. & H. Stamps Given
ANOTHER SALE OF
Ella streets. The little girl was
taken to her home for treatment.
The driver of the automobile gave
his name as Edward N. Dahl of 170
The number of the car, police say,
was 8208, which is booked as belong
ing to M. M. Mayo, 465 Union avenue.
The. accident is being investigated
by Investigators Freiberg and Tully
of the traffic bureau, as they suspect
that the driver gave a fictitious ad
dress and telephone number.
WELFARE NEEDS VIEWED
SHORTAGE OF SECOSD-HAXD
CLOTHIXG HELD VITAIi"
Proposals to Provide Employment
for Cripples Also Discussed.
Boston Visitor Speaks.
Discussion at the meeting of the
public welfare bureau yesterday at
the courthouse centered on relief for
Portland's unemployed and aid for the
poorer families of the city, particular
emphasis being placed on the short
age of second-hand clothing. Mem
bers of the Parent-Teachers' associa
tion attended the conference yesterday
and lent their help to the solution
of the problem. '
A. R. Gephar't, general secretary of
the welfare bureau, in addressing the
gathering, declared that steps must be
taken at once by . charitable organi-
aztions to furnish employment, partic
ularly for cripples, blind persons and
others generally incapacitated.
To explain the Morgan memorial ot
Boston, Mass., an institution which is
non-sectarian in character and which
furnished work for a number of the
poor and physically disabled of that
city, W. G. McLaren addressed the
charity workers. He declared that
Portland needed an institution of the
same kind as that in Boston.
It was decided by the conference
that work to establish such an in
stitution would be started immediately.
Again this week we offer coats at a price that is
bound to please the most economical woman in
Beautifurcoats of Polo cloth,
camel's hair, silvertone and
velou'r, that have formerly
sold as high as $49.50, will be
sold this week only for
They Are Exceptional
A large assortment of Skirts, made
from taffeta and other popular mate
rials; just the thing for fl A Qr
picnics and sport wear
I Alder vmJ
COMMERCIAL HEAD HERE
Organization Expert Will Aid in
Locat Membership Campaign.
Colvin B. . Brown, head of the or
ganization service bureau of the
United States cnamber of commerce
will be the guest today of the Port
land chamber, to take up with the di
rectors the organization problems of
the local body. Mr. Brown is an ex
pert in activities in connection with
this branch of civic association, to
which he has devoted his entire atten
tion during the past five years. His
visit here at this time is considered
timely, as it comes in the midst of a
membership campaign in which the
committees have been successful in a
The bureau which Mr. Brown heads
is the repository -of the most complete
data with respect to organization
methods, distributed through letters,
bulletins and the spoken word, to
commercial organizations. A special
meeting of the directors will be held
to confer with Mr. Brown and it is
probable that arrangements wilL be
carried out to have him also appear
before the membership during his stay
in the Pacific northwest. The subject
of an address he will deliver while
here will be "The value to the nation
of well organiznd and well directed ef
fort for community betterment."
i At the Fountain
MR. ANDRUSTO BE NAMED
Portland Accountant to Succeei?
George Black on Jnne 3.
SALEM. Or.. May 27 (Special.)
Governor Olcott announced today that
he would appoint A. Lester Andrus of
Portland to succeed George Black as
a member of the state board of ac
countancy at the expiration of the
latter's term, June 3, 1920.
Mr. Andrus is manager of Marwick,
Mitchell & Co.
II N Bur 2 -L'(
MILK SHAKES and
MALTED MILK DRINKS
are- served at your favorite
fountain. For your health's
sake order these refreshing
drinks instead of the usual
indigestible concoctions com
monly called "hot weather
MILK, the ideal "thirst
quencher," builds substan
tial energy, instead of mea
ger temporary stimulation.
MILK will mend worn-out
nerves, and revive fatigued
muscles. It contains the ma
terial necessary for the re
pair of every organ of the
milk drinks every
a week you will
the benefit right
Extension School at Amity.
AMITY, Or., May" 27. (Special.)
Farmers of Yamhill county are at
tending a three-day Oregon Agricul
tural college extension school here.
Lectures and demonstrations in dairy
ing, poultry, farm crops, horticulture
and home economics are on the pro
gramme. The school is being held in
the new community church. H. C.
Patty is chairman of the local com
mittee in charge and the instructors
are E. B. Fitts. W. S. Carpenter. H. E.
Cosby, Henry Hartman and Miss L.
MRS. J. H. YATES IS DEAD
Well-Known Woman Dies After
Long Illness; Funeral Today.
Mrs. J. H. Yates died at her home,
Glenmorrie, Wednesday, after an ill
ness of several weeks with a compli
cation of ailments. She was 65 years
Mrs. Yates was born in Prince Ed
ward island in"1855, and had made her
home in Portland for the last nine
years. She was specially known for
She is survived by her widower.
two sons, Herbert and Edward Yates,
and a daughter Mrs. Fred Morey.
Funeral services will be held this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Hol
man chapel. Dr. A. A. Morrison will
conduct the service. Interment will
be in Riverview cemetery.
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,
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank the .friends and
relatives for the sympathy shown
us and also lor the floral offerings
in the illness and death of beloved
wife, mother and sister.
hUWAKU 'J. KJijavias
Adv. . MRS. L. H. WALLACE
TF yon want the acme of
in a food that helps to build
up and nourish a healthy
body, eat freely of
All Our Boys'
AUTO HITS LITTLE GIRL
Driver Suspected of Giving Ficti
Virginia Chrisinger, the 4-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Virginia Chrisinger,
67 Ella street, received bruises on the
head and body yesterday, when she
was struck by an automobile . at
the intersection of Washington and
It's good just as it comes
freshly made from the dairy
every morning; or, you can
use it as the base for many
There you have in a
nutshell a very impor
tant piece of bargain
There are plenty of
price reductions listed
in the papers these days,
but the larger part of
the reductions are mere
camouflage when the
quality of the goods on
sale is taken into con
sideration. The boys' clothing we
sell is designed to give
wear, to look well and to
cost as little as such
quality can be produced
We have thousands of
customers who buy
every bit of clothing
needed for themselves
and their boys. They do
so because they know it
pays them to do so.
Every suit in the house is now on sale at a cut price as follows:
$ 8.50 Suits now $ 7.65 $17,50 Suits now 15.75
NEW TENTS, COTS,
To be Sold by the Navy
There will be sold by-
sealed proposals, to be
opened at 10 A. M., June 5,
1920, by the Senior Mem
ber, Board of Survey, Ap
praisal & Sale, Navy xard,
Puget Sound, Washington,
the following classes of
Bunk bottoms, canvas,
Catalogue of sale and fur
ther information may be ob
tained from Department "C,
Board of Survey, Appraisal &
Sale, Navy Yard, Puget Sound,
Washington. Branch Office,
305 Lowman Bldg., Seattle,
Wn. Phone Elliott 3798.
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$10.00 Suits now $ 9.00
$12.50 Suits now $11.25
$15.00 Suits now $13.50
$20.00 Suits now $18.00
$22.50 Suits now $20.25
$25.00 Suits now $22.50
Brownsville W oolen Mill Store
Woolen Mill Bldg., 3d and Morrison Sts.
when other fuel proved
more or less insufficient,
kept your house
warm and your
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 Department
provide under one roof ever
Printing and give Service.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
Glass &Prudhomme Co.
DESKS ' FILING CABINETS
I pipes from j
I freezing I
Geary Street, jurt oil Union Squara
Famous tor good Mrvlco. comfort and excellent
cuisine at reasonable prices.
Rates from S1.75 m Day
Breakfast 40c and 75c. tnneh 60c: Sundays
Municipal Car Rite direct to door.
Bator bus meets trains and steamers.
To Shrink a Fleshy,
Flabby, Wrinkled Face
The woman whose face haa a bloated ap
pearance at times, aa well as she whose
face is permanently over-fleshy or flabby,
should use the simple sa-xolite solution.
This is made by dissolving one ounce of
powdered saxolite in one-half pint of witch
hazel, ingredients which any druggist can
supply. Use as a wash lotion. There is
nothing better to reduce the face to nor
mal appearance. The loose skin shrinks,
bagglness and wrinkles are Ironed out.
Not only does the effect quickly show in
one's Improved looks, but there is also a
comfortable feeling of firmness and smug
ness. This treatment Is far superior to mas
sage. The latter, as m. matter of fact,
can afford but temporary relief and its
continuance tends to break down the mus
cular tissue and aggravate the trouble.
FOR BETTER WALLS
RASMUS SEN & CO.
N. E. Cor. 2d and Taylor Sts.
Estab. 20 Years in Portland
C. Gee Wo
Root and Herb Remedies
162 V2 First SU Portland, Or.