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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAX, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEFLY?
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Sunday Editor Main u. --
Advertising Uepartment. .Main .OiO. 0-
Superintendent or Bldg. .Main 0i0. ObO-uo
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy. "Sailini Along." Three shows flatly
at -2, 7 and .
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving natures, too.
to 11 P. M. Saturday. fa?2
and holidays continuous. 1:15 to 1 .
PANTAGE3 (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three ahowa dally. 2:30. 1 and a. 0a.
COUNCIL CREST Free amusement PrK
Take "CC" car Morrison or Washing
ton streets. .
THE OAKS Campbells American B"a
In concert. Free admission until 5
except Sundays and holidays.
ST. JOHNS Free municipal band concert
at 8 P. M.
COLUMBIA BEACH Children tree. Bath
ing and amusements.
zamas to Camp at Blue Lake.
Mazamas will spend Sundoy at
Blue lake, near the Columbia river.
I swimming and hiking and in other
OBEGOMAN AT RESOKTS.
Subscribe with the following agents, at
your summer resort, to secure the mo"
prompt delivery or The re"onlan- .i1,.
rates. Subscription by mail are payable
in aavance. ...
W. A. DlFf
O E. Shelley
"" F. D. Mitchell
'...".A. W. Rowe
c. B. Smith
ri ' M. Grelsendorfer
. , ' .-.11"V-T v. Merchandise Co.
tiarlbaldi. Or....l). C. Kill. J."4
Gearhsrt. Or W S. R obisun
Long Beach. Wash W. E Str.uha
Manxanlta. Or -E-
Manhattan Beach. Or Mrs. S. F. Angel
Neahkahnle Beach. Or
Barview. Or. .
Bay City, Or..
Brighton. Or. .
H. J. Brown
A. C. Anderson
.D -C. Peregoy
.O. F. Herron
Ocean Lake. Or Nettie J"""""
Ocean Park. Wash Emma S. Campbell
Pacific Beach, Wash Cna5..
Pacific City. Or D. F. Edmunds
Rockawsy. Or Frank Miller
Seaside, Or C. W. Alward
Shipherd's Hot Springs. Wash...
....Mrs. N. St. Martin
Peiview.'wasn'..' George N. Ptn
Tillamook. Or J- s-
Wheeler. Or R. H. Cody and Leo bonier
Wllhoit. Or F. W. McLeran
Professor Horner Gives Travel
Talk. Members of th.e Progressive
Business Mens club at their regular
weekly luncheon at the Benson hotel
yesterday took a trip through Egypt
and Palestine with Professor J.
Horner of the department of history
of Oregon Agricultural college as the
guide Professor Horner visited tne
near east in 1905. and again in 1911,
and in his address before the busi
ness men yesterday told of the two
trips and showed many nisiunt W""
and views of the country upon the
scueen. The trip in 1911 formed the
main basis for the lecture, when
Professor Horner with his family
made the trip to Europe. Egypt and
Palestine in company with J. R-. r
Bell and wife of Corvallis. Dr. Duns
more and wife of Independence and
Rev, J. E. Horn and wife of Baker
Crrr Club to Hear Auto Man Talk.
e. Moskovics, vice-president of
the Nordyke & Marmon Automobile
company and director of the Society
of Automotive Engineers, will ad
dress the City club on the financial
and industrial aspects of the fuel
situation at the regular weekly lunch-
nn In the crvstal room of the Ben-
hotel today noon. Members of
ih Automobile Dealers' and Garage
Men's associations have been invited
Divine Healing Topics Given. A.
E. Ci. Miller, who has spent much of
hie life amongst the Hawaiian natives,
spoke last evening at 8 o'clock at the
divine healing institute. Eleventh
and Yamhill streets, on "Cleansing of
the Temple" and will speak again Sat
urday evening at 8 o'clock on "Opera
tions of the Spirit in the Body.
Kenneth G. Olsen. temporary overseer
of the church here will speak Fri
day evening on "The Organization of
the Primitive Church."
Error in Milk Ratings Corrected.
An error in the milk ratings an
nounced in The Oregonian Thursday
credited Steigerwald Bros, with a
rating of 93.8 for certified milk in
stead of 95.2 which appears on the
rating issued by Dr. D. W. Mack in
charge of the milk division of the
health bureau. R. Schneider, Port
land R. F. D. No. 1. appeared in the
list as R. Scgbeuder. Mr. Schneider
was given a rating of 92.8 for raw
Child Smoker Forfeits $25. Alice
Greco, telephone operator and a
minor, failed to appear in municipal
court yesterday morning to answer
to a charge of cigarette-smoking and
the $25 bail posted was ordered for
feited by Judge Rossman. 1. Hacker,
28. and Joseph Volk, 26, who were ar
rested with the girl Wednesday,
charged with giving cigarettes to a
minor, were fined $50 each and sen
tenced to serve seven days in jail.
Oddfellows to Hold Open Meeting.
Hassalo lodge. No. 15, I. O. O. F..
will hold another of its popular open
meetings for the families and visit
ing Oddfellows, at its hall this even
ing. A reception will be tendered the
retiring noble grand of the lodge.
There will be a short programme and
the guests may then enjoy dancing
and cards. Refreshments will be
- Jewish Services Announced Serv
ices will be held at the Congregation
Nevah Zedck Talmud Torah, Sixth and
Hall streets, tonight at 7:30 o'clock,
and tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Rev. Abraham I. Rosencrantz will
officiate. All men and women are
welcome. Religious school Sunday
morning at 10.
Swiss Picnic at Crystal Lake park,
near Milwaukie Sunday. August 1
Swiss wrestling contests, singing,
dancing, games. Senator Gus C. Moser
speaker of the day. Take car at
1st and Alder. Wrestling start at
12:30. Everybody welcome. Adv. .
Grand Armi Veterans to Meet.
The G. A. R. Veterans' association
will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock in room 525 courthouse. All
veterans and auxiliary members are
requested to attend as business of im
portance is on the schedule.
Moonlight Dance, boat Swan, Fri
day night. 8:30, foot of Jefferson at.,
by Liberty Assembly, United Artisans.
Prize waltz, 6-piece union music!
Ladies 55c. gents. . 75c, including
revenue. a a v.
t-EDARVILLB PARK CaMPMEETINQ at
Llnnemann Junction will feature Rev.
Edward K. Earle. famous slate writer,
each Wednesday and Sunday at 3
P. M. Take Estacada, Gresham,
iroumno ana sun Kun cars. Adv.
Rabbi Abrahahson to Officiate.
service will be held at Congreeratio
Ahavai Sholom, Park and Clay .streets,
tonight at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow morn
ing services will be held at 9 o'clock.
Rabbi R. Abrahamson will officiate.
Realization League to Picnic To
day. The realization league will hold
its monthly picnic at Peninsular park
this afternoon and evening. Picnic
dinner at 6:30.
Dance Boat Bluebird.
Eaj Morrison-St. Dock.
boat Leaves 9 p. M.
Dancing Evert Evening. Adv.
300.000 Know Dr. McMahon. 100
Chiropractor. Throngs pronouncing
treatment best. Adv.
Rom-i-da Hair Grower, positive
guarantee. Shampooing, manicuring
428 Medical bldg. Main 7966. Adv.
Artficial Dentures, made by the
specialist Dr. Rossman, give excellent
results. Journal bldg. Adv,
Swimming every afternoon, dancing
every evening. "Windemuth on the
We are now In a position to take
orders for country flat wood. Call
East 3551. Adv.
KiMMim Coal. Caroon Coal Cs.
nine agents. Eut 11S8, AST,
pastimes. The party will take the
Montavilla car Saturday evening
going to the Mount Hood depot where
they will transfer to train going to
Fairview. From Fairview the party
will walk about two miles to Blue
lake where the night will be spent in
camp. Parties desiring to go out Sun
day may do so and those desiring to
go in their automobiles can drive to
within about one-half mile of the lake
over good roads. The return trip will
be made either from Fairview or via
Sandy boulvard to the end of. the
Parkrose carline. Trains leave Fair
view Saturday evening as follows:
At 4:40, 5:15. 6:35 and 11:35 P. M. and
returning Sunday at 4:05. 5:15 and 6:20
P. M. The fare will be 38 cents each
way including carfare over the Mon
Towns Unite to Obtain Road Help.
Governor Olcott, Senator Chamber- j
lain and George Quayle have been
Invited to be the speakers at a road
rally to take place at Manning, Au
gust 18, for the purpose of promoting
interest in the Forest Grove-Vernonia
highway. The meeting has been called
by the officers of the association that,
has united the towns of that section
in a unit for education and to preseqt
a united front in obtaining the road
improvements desired for their dis
trict. It is designated as the Forest
Grove, Banks, Manning,' Buxton,
Scofield Vernonia Highway associa
tion. Republicans to Start Campaign.
Organization of the republican state
executive committee will be effected
this afternoon at the Imperial hotel.
The meeting has been called by
Thomas H. Tongue, state chairman,
for 2:30 o'clock. There are 21 mem
bers of the executive committee and
thdse, with the state chairman, sec
retary, treasurer and national com
mitteeman, will handle the campaign
in Oregon. The 21 members, ten of
whom are women, will select the
secretary, treasurer and a publicity
Illinois Alumni to Meet. The as
sociation of alumni and former stu
dents of the University of Illinois
residing in Oregon will hold its July
meeting tonight at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Hopkins. 903 Schuyler
street. Plans for entertaining Dean
Thomas Arkle Clark upon his- visit
to Portland in August will be con
sidered. All former students of the
University of Illinois are invited. The
entertainment for the evening is in
charge of E. F. Gilstrap. Alice E.
Cornell. Lula B. Wilcox and B. S.
Jackson Club to Hear Judge King.
Tonight the Jackson club will hold
a meeting at the central library build
ing. The speaker of the evening will
be Judge Will R. King, former chief
counsel for the reclamation bureau,
who will discuss the league of na
tions. Judge King will discuss the
phases of the league of nations which
have been most in controversy and
will outline the policy as adopted by
the democratic national convention.
Senator George Chamberlain has been
invited to speak.
Junk Truck Overturned. Junk
iron was scattered all over the
street at Broadway and Davis street
yesterday afternoon when a light
truck driven by Sam Frager, 62S
Third street. heavily, loaded with
Junk, was caught and overturned by
a streetcar going north on Broadway.
One rear wheel of the truck was
crushed and the driver and his helper
were thrown out on the pavement
tseyona minor bruises no serious
Trials to Be Held in October.
Trial of the men accused of selling
altered war savings stamps will be
held in October. This date was set
yesterday by Federal Judge Bean.
The defendants are Fred Peterson
who is supposed to be involved in
the stealing of stamps from the
bank at Scio. in March; Robert La
Salle. former Portland detective:
Angelo Russi. W. E. Smith, William
Brenner and Dave Stein.
Fifteenth Victim of Sleeping Sick
ness. Mrs. Lucy Ennis is the latest
victim of lethargic encephalitis in
Portland, her death having been re
ported to the health bureau yester
day.. Mrs. Ennis was 35 years of age
and had been ill but a short time, it
was reported. Her death brings the
total or deaths attributed to "eleep
ing sickness' to 15 in Portland. Dr.
C. F. Cathey was the attending phy
Plenty of 10c Meat
At Frank L. Smith's. 228 Alder street:
Beef liver, 10c. Kid roasts. 10c.
Mutton stew, 10c. Breast veal, 12V&C.
Legs mutton, 20c. Legs kid, 20c.
Mutton chops and veal cutlets. 20c.
Roast mutton and beef pot roast, 124c
rmitn s Dest cuts or round steak. 20c.
Beef hearts and tenderloin steak. 5c.
Roast veal and rump roast beef, 15c.
frank u. Smith's is 228 Alder st. Adv.
Scantilt-Clad Man Arrested
Isaac .viclntire, 56. took an eaj-ly
morning stroll at Grand avenue and
n.ast Morrison street about 6 o'clock
yesterday, clad only in an olive drab
shirt. The police found .him in
poolroom at Grand avenue and East
Alder street. Mclntire refused to
tell where be lived. He was taken
to the Emergency hospital and held
Clover Hill certified and babv SDe
cial milk is delivered by the Fem-
wooa dairy, 15 Union ave. Phone
East 6461. Adv.
Swimming every afternoon and even
ng. Dancing every evening excen
Sunday and Monday. " Windemuth.
See them in our Morrison windows.
Values to $50
Values to $65
New Colors, New Styles, New Fabrics. Sport and business models for
youthful or dignified tastes.
We are adding to these lots each day from broken lines of best sellers
COME IN EARY TODAY.
Regular price $14, now
Kid, calf and gunmetal in
tan, brown, mahogany and
black. Our most stylish lasts.
Men's Bathing Suits-
In the new colors. Values to
$10, special at
A special shipment at
The ' popular straw sailors
which have been so scarce
this season. Get yours early
Boys' Wash Suits
for ages 2 to 8 years. Values
to $5, special at
MORRISON AT FOURTH
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland.
S. & H. STAMPS GIVEN
Crop to Be Harvested by Hand Due
to Ijurg Acreage and Scarci
ty of Machines.'
Pulling of flax raised under the
supervision of the state of Oregon
on the flats near Salem will be done
by hand this year, according to an
announcement of A. W. Jones of the
public employment bureau yesterday.
One hundred and fifty persons will
be employed for two weeks. The work
will end about the time early hop
It was not originally intended to
have this work done by hand, but
the amount of acreage under private
ownership makes it difficult to secure
the machines. Thirty dollars an acre
will be paid the hands, said Jones,
and an able-bodie'l person can pull
a quarter of an a'jre per day. Wood
and water are supplied free. Camp
ers are requested to bring their own
The flax is raised from seed sup
plied by the state, which also agrees
to harvest the crop, all the work be
ing done under the supervision of
Labor Commissioner Charles Gram.
Application should be made at the
public employment office before Fri
day at 1:45, when workers leave for
the flax fields via the Southern Pa
House Committee Expected.
ABERDEEN', Wash.. July 29. (SDe
ciai.j representative Johnson, ac
companied by the members of the
house immigration special committee
of which he is chairman, will arrive
on Grays Harbor tomorrow morning.
xney will make a weekend stay in th
aistrict. fart or the time will be
spent at tne beaches, part at th
Quinault Indian reservation, where
tne committee will Investigate Indian
CARD OF THANKS,
I wish to thank my many friends
for their expressions of sympathy and
beautiful floral offerings;alsoSelfwood
lodge, iso. til. a. -iv. ana A. M., am
Oregon Commandery. in mv sad hon
of bereavement in the loss of my lov
Adv. MRS. THOMAS E. WHITESIDE.
150 FLAX PULLERS NEEDED
30 AX ACRE Wllilj BE PAID
WORKERS BY STATE.
emperor of Japan, Consul T. Sugimura
of Portland has ascertained that his
majesty is recuperating after his re
cent overwork, which brought on dia
betes and gout. At present these ail
ments have been relieved, but as his
majesty still feels very til-ed, it is
thought necessary for him to be
spared from all official duties.
Until he has fully recovered he has
been advised to postpone audiences to
both natives and foreiBners and to
recuperate by taking a complete rest.
All important matters concerning
state affairs are ad usual referred to
his majesty and the necessary deci
sions are given by him.
will begin here about September
J. E. Uubbard, owner of the Tyee
egg cannery, announced today
heavy season of packing is antici
pated, as the entire pack of last yea
has been disposed of. The plant was
'established in Aberdeen a year ago
Salmon Ejrr Packing Date Set.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. July 29. (Spe
cial.) Fall packing of salmon eggt
Spot Cash No Red Tape
All sizes of Diamonds bought.
602 Spalding Bldg.
Hours 1 to 6 P. M.
jjijgj i i 1 1. Hi i ' in' """. uwpnitu mmmil
T-'Aj " 1 -Km d Mil I Hi u i nf
JAPANESE RULER IMPROVES
Emperor Recuperating From Attack
of Diabetes and Gout.
After cabling Tokio concerning the
present condition of the health of the
Calculator Adding Machine
Guaranteed 5 Years
Simplest to operate.
Marshall 557. 518 Corbett bldg.
FOR a cooling;, refresh
ing midsummer food,
eat daily of
'Red Rock 99
it lends vigor to the
body; it is readily assimi
lated; it is not expensive.
BEAVER BOARD t
FOR BETTER WALLS CLLl
RASMUSSEN & CO.
N. E. Cor. Second and Taylor Street
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
Gasoline for 2c
50 Gallons Extra for $1.00
All the fcaaollne you need can be ob
tained from the use of Oaaver Tablets.
Sold on an absolute money-back guarantee.
Permanently removes carbon from plugs
cylinders and piston heads. Your motor
will run smoother and develop more power
and energy. Absolutely guaranteed not to
harm your motor or engine in any way.
100 Gaaaver Tablets. $1.00.
H. C. VAN KIRK
320 Stark Street. Main 6334.
Dintributors for Orecon.
FINE, ALL-WOOL SUITS ARE NOT HIGH
If you buy from
THE fact that we are the manufac-.
turers of men's fine, all-wool
clothing and sell direct to you enables
us to undersell any clothing dealer in
TJERE you can select a splendid, hand-tai-lored,
all-wool suit, in any style and in
any weight at a price that you can well af
ford to pay.
Tj'VERY day men are expressing their sur
prise and gratification in knowing that
they can buy these well designed, all-wool suits .
at our remarkably low prices.
'ri "''" s
"Some scratch bracing aplenty
and no comeback."
That's what the man who works with his hands
thinks about Schlitz. He realizes by results
that Schlitz is a builder helping the body re
place waste tissues. He knows that Schlitz
brings appetite with it and satisfies that ap-.
petite demand. Schlitz is good at meals and
Schlitz is both food and drink. It contains
every element necessary to the human body.
Schlitz is made pure properly aged to preclude
biliousness and completely fermented before it
goes into the stomach. That's why there are
no unpleasant after effects with Schlitz. The
Brown Bottle protects its purity.
Schlitz is a healthful cereal drink. m
'oM hi Msrowsa Softies
On sale wherever drinks are sold.
Or, order a case for your home from
Phone Broadway 1920
Allen & Lewis .
40-54 Front Street, North)
The Drinli Tfiaf Made Milwaukee Famous
Every fit is guaranteed
Woolen Mill Store
THIRD AND MORRISON
I ' 111
Live Your Vacation Days
Over and Over Again
Recall the "hot spots" during the long winter evenings; laugh
over the amusing things that occurred; enjoy the impressive
By Recording Them
With Good Pictures
This is Kodak and Film Headquarters and then, when you
return, our experts, who have spent a lifetime in such service,
will get out of your films all there is in them by personally
developing, printing or enlarging.
Kloyd F Broitw, Mgr.
"In by 12:30, out by 5." 145 Sixth Street.
- . -I'ljij
See Our Line of
On a Limited Number,!
We Will Sell
and Supply Hauling
Until Truck Is Paid For
One-third Cash Payment
Holman Fuel Co.
Wilson Truck Agency;
94 Fifth Street
Spend your vacation in
On Ceary St, Jnst off Union Square,
doss to everything worth while. Good
accommodations at moderate rates.
Breakfast, 50c, 60c, 75c, Lunch 70c
(Sundays 75c), Dinner (1.25 (Sundays
$1.50). Municipal car passes the door.
Stewart Motor Bos meets principal
trains and steamers. It is advisable to
make reservations in advance of arrival.
DallT truck service from Portland
to Arfa Wauna. Welches and Rhodo
dendron. Leave all trunks or goods
of any kind at Front and Morrison,
Portland Kruit Co, 153 rront street.
We still have a few at the old prices.
Make your own terms.
"FREE JERKED SALMON"
If you would enjoy a real treat,
try our delicious Jerked Salmon.
50 pound. Free sample.
Oregon Jerked Fish Co.