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THE MORNING OltEGOXIAX, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920
City Editor Main 7070. 50-95
Sunday Editor Main 700. o0 -B5
Advertising Department. .Main 710. 50-95
Superintendent ot Bldg Main 70.0. t.0-a
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy, "Sailing Along." Three .hows aaliy
at 2, 1 and 8.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. to o.
6:45 to 11 f. M. Saturday. ff!?if
and holiday continuous. 1:15 to n r5
PANTAGES tBroadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows dally. 2:30. 7 and U. OS.
COUNCIL. CREST Free amusement P
Take "CC" cara. Morrison or Washing
ton streets. .
THE OAKS Campbell'! American Band
. in concert. Free admission until 6 ".
except Sundays and holidays.
COLUMBIA BEACH Children tree. Bath
ing and amusements. .
OBEGONUN AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following- Snt"i
your summer resort, to secure the mo"
prompt delivery ol The OreonUiu City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are payable
Bay City. Or....,
Ltptow Mat Visit Citt. Sir Thomas
Li d ton may drown his disappoint
ment at losing the international yacht
race by a trip to the west coast, and
if so he will be very happy In
making a visit to Portland. Such was
the news contained in a telegram
received by the Portland Chamber of
Commerce from the famous sports
man yesterday In answer to an In
vitation to visit this city, which had
been telegraphed to him. "Very -many
thanks for your kind telegram," came
the message from Sir Thomas to H.
B. Van Duzer, president of the Port
land Chamber. "I greatly appreciate
your courteous Invitation. I have
engagement .however. In the east,
which will keep me here for some
time, but if it is at all possible for
me to visit Portland I shall be de
lighted to accept and will advise you
ahead. With best wishes."
Forestrt Mem Surprised. Forestry
men In this vicinity are sitting back
in amazement and wondering what
has become of all the forest fires
that generally open the season In
July and have thus far" failed to ma
terialize. Supervisor Neal of the
Oregon national forest stated yes
terday that he believes this an indi
cation that the fire record is back
to normal, whereas the past two sum
mers brought exceptionally heavy
losses. The only fires in his district
BY TAXPAYERS' BODY
Committee to Aid Producer if
MAYOR , FOR CONSUMERS
Big Meeting Called for Next Tues
day In Green Room of Cham
ber of Commerce.
....O E. Shelley
. F. D. Mitchell
' A. W. Rowe
. - B. Smith
...G. M. Greleenoorier i were a couple of mall blazes set by
- . -oaBPh MrcnanaiBe
Garibaldi. Or....D. C. Ellis K'""
Gearhart. Or w
Lone Beach. Wash W.
Alanzanlta, or T
v, nr Mrs. S. F. Angel
Nahcotta. Wash.. H. J. Brown
Neahkahnie Beach. Or A. C. Anderson
Jiehalem. Or C- P"?
Newport. Or O. F. Herron
Ocean Lake. Or Nettle Tomprett
lightning July 16 and quickly ex
Woman Becomes Insane on Bus.
On the way home from a visit to her
family doctor, who had advised rest
and - quiet, Mrs. Oscar Swenson of
Linnton became Insane aboard a St.
Helens bus yesterday morning. The
woman was removed at Sixth and
ocean Pa"! Wash.'l.'lEmma S. Campbell Everett streets and taken to the
Faciflo Beach, Wash
Paclllo City. Or
Seaside. Or. .......... .
Shiphcrd's Hot Springs,
Wilholt, Or. .. .
I F Edmunds
C. -W. Alward
Mrs. N. St. Martin
George N. Putnam
J. S. Lamar
Rl ii cody and Leo Sohler
.......... -F. W. McLeran
WOMEN VAGRANTS PUZZLE VOO- ,
Municipal Judge Bowman c'
, ..uiin tn .nn with the euua-
.i un h was confronted by mine
OeorKie and Dorothy Delateste. ar
rested Thursday night on a charge of
vagrancy, when xney .f1"' .
n - ietorrlRV. "I have seen
men who refused to work and were
regular bums." said the judge, but
izf- ... ..... firt time I have seen
women Who were actual bums who
had no work and no intention of
Jl,.,n Thfl women admitted on
crcis-examlnation that they had done
no work of any kind ior in
monTh and that they had no money.
They were turned over to the city
voim Sawmills Projected. The
Tv,nir.Reii comDany. It is said.
emergency hospital by Detectives Bus
sell and Van . Dusen.
. Milk Report Erroneous. Through
an error of the milk department of
the city health bureau the published
rating of mrlk furnished Portland by
J. Keiser of Hillsdale was five points
lower than the actual figures showed.
Mr. Keiser was given a rating of
SO. 6 for raw milk, although the report
given out for publication showed, his
rating to be but 5.6.
Mr. Grout Called East. D. A.
Grout, city superintendent of schools.
left Portland last night for Rodney,
Ontario. He received word by wire
yesterday morning that his mother
was suffering? from a stroke of pa
ralysis and was semiconscious. He
did not know when he would return.
establish a sawmill at Kalama Wash
The company owns a vast body of
fir timber at the head oi me
river. R. A. Long and his associates
visited Kalama this week and pro
ceeded to Seattle. The tentative plans
of the company are for the establish
ment of four large mils, one of which
ko ni- Astoria, another near
the confluence of the Willamette
and Columbia- rivers. a third at
Kalama and a fourth In the Cowlitz
, tot WTT.T. Filed for Probate.
Seventeen heirs are named In the
will of the late Mrs. Mary Gellert,
,v, riioH In Portland. July 23, which
fiiort fnr Drobate yesterday. Sam
xt nMiBrt is executor and three
t,ir. mentioned .live In Portland,
Samuel M.. Virginia and Mary Jane.
Tha nihr reside in Seattle, San
VronrljWn And California. Mrs. Gel
lert left $25,000 in real property, $1000
in jewelry, $12,000 in notes ana moru
BOY IS KILLED BY TRIM
MICHAEL HOOK, 12, RUX DOWN
Lad Hiding Bicycle on "Wrong Side
of Street Thrown Beneath
AVheel and Crushed.
Michael Rook, 12-year-old son of
Michael Rook of 682 Delay street, was
run over by a five-ton Standard Oil
tank truck yesterday morning shortly
after lo o'clock in front of the Swift
Packing company's plant at Kenton
and was instantly killed. The driver
of the truck, B. Sundstrom, an over
seas man, of 709 East Polk street.
was exonerated from blame.
Michael was riding a bicycle on the
wrong side of the street. Two trucks
were abreast on the road, the oil
truck and a wood truck, driven by
John Mowdy. Sundstrom saw the
gages and $500 in miscellaneous per- b th wheel but did not know
sonal property. - he .had hit him. The pedal of the
Mother Faces Serious Charge.- bicycle struck a fence and the boy
Contributing to the delinquency oi i wa3 thrown in front of the right rear
her 12-year-old daughter is charged 1 wheel of the truck which passed over
to Mrs. Ella Owen, who was arrested the boy's head, completely smash-
Thursday night Dy Jurs. turner m ing it.
the women's protective division of I An older brother of Michael. An
h noliro bureau and was released tone, who is about 14. was riiiine m
yesterday morning under bail of $250, j a bicycle in front of Michael and was
pending Investigation Dy me granu about two blocks ahead before he
Jury. The child is in me cusiuuj i Knew of the accident. .
the women's protective division ana An official -of the Standard Oil
a warrant has Deen issued wr ma
arrest of a man implicated in the
Senator to Take Stump. Charles
L. MoXary, United States senator, has
accepted an Invitation to stump
Idaho and Montana for the republi
can national ticket. Senator McXary
will start next week on a tour of
Oregon to familiarize himself with
the needs of the various communi
ties. He will first vuslt Tillamook,
then Newport and later Astoria,
where he will address the State Edi
torial association. The tour will em
brace the coast, southern and east
Man'. Struck bt Auto, Dies. "With
out regaining consciousness, an un
Identified man. 60 years old, who
was struck Saturday afternoon by an
automobile driven by Miss Loretta
Jackson, 1013 East Irving street, died
at St. Vincent's hospital yesterday
morning. The accident occurred at
Sixth and Washington streets. Coro
ner Smith, who has charge of the
body, will endeavor to find relatives
Incorporation Articles Filed.
The Marvel Shock Absorber company
filed articles of incorporation yester
day with the Multnomah county clerk
giving its capital stock as $1,000,000
and principal place of business
Portland. Papers of Incorporation
were filed by S. L. Savidge, A. W.
Keener and J. D. Guiss.
company who investigated the case
said that Sundstrom was one of their
most careful drivers. Deputy Motor
cycle Patrolman Bailey, who investi
gated the case for the sheriff's office
reported that neither of the trucks
was speeding and that the boy was
on the wrong side of the street.
Leo Geotsch, deputy coroner, also
conducted an investigation and said
there was no reason for an inquest.
unless the parents demanded one, and
they have not as yet asked for it.
SCHOOL PLANS HIT SNAG
Investigation of the Portland milk
situation, with a view of learning the
troubles of milk producers, affiliated
with the Oregon Dairymen s Co-oper-
erative league, was decided upon yes
terday by individuals who are spon
sors for the state market director
bill, .to" be voted upon at the state
election In November.
The meeting, called by Robert E.
famlth, secretary of the Oregon tax
payers league, was held In the green
room of the chamber of commerce.
Another meeting will be held there
Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock, at
which time representatives of Port
land milk distributors, the Oregon
Dairymen's Co-operative league. May
or Baker. Deputy City Attorney Mac
Js-ay, Mrs. J. C. Othus. of the House
wives league, Proffesor H. D. Scudder.
enter or the department of farm man
agement and P. M. Brand, head of the
dairy department of Oregon Agricul
lure college will be Invited to attend.
No effort was made yesterday to In
vestigate any phase of the rpesent
milk controversy. It was made plain
that the committee now working In
behalf of the market commission bill
had placed themselves on record to
aid the producer.
Comnttttee Goes on Record
It was also announced that the
committee had gone on record as fa
vorlng co-operative organizations and
that in the present milk controversy
a large co-operative organization was
It was the consensus of opinion
among those present that an Investi
gation of sufficient scope should be
made to determine if organized milk
producers were on the "right track
and providing they were not, to Eive
aid as would help to staighten mat
If such an investigation proved that
organized producers were takinjr
proper stand, it was decided that
active Bupport, Including financial
aid, should be given by the com
'If It Is necessary, we will srive
tnem physical' aid, announced Sec
reiary &mun, because If the pro
ducers are right they are entitled
to every bit of support we can give
tnem. fortland has pledged herself,
through this committee, to aid the
farmer and now ia a time to do so.
'The mayor has taken a fair posi
tion in the present controversy. He
says rightfully, that the producers
are organized and the distributors
are organized, but the consumers are
unorganized and he stands for the
consumers, looking out for their
Interests. This is as it should be,
We do not know the details of this
fight. A large industry mar be at
stake and we cannot afford to allow
the dairying Industry to suffer be
cause of a controversy raging be
tween two Tactions."
Business Men Present.
Mr. Smith made It plain, however,
that this committee had no intention
of making an investigation which
would solve the present controversy
or which would go into the details of
the present distributing system, or
offer any solutions for present evils
of either the producing or distribut
Attending the meeting yesterday
were C. F. Adams, vice-president of
the First National bank, L. C. Gilman,
president of the Spokane, Portland &
Seattle railway; Otto Hartwig, presi
dent of the Oregon Federation of La
bor, Franklin T. Griffith, president of
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
company; George Mcpherson, capital
ist; A. A. Hampson, attorney for the
Co-operative Fruit Growers' associa
tion; E. J. Stack, former secretary of
the Oregon federation of labor, and
Robert E. Smith, secretary of the
taxpayers' league, and president of
the Title & Trust company.
Members of the committee who live
outside of Portland and who will be
called to attend the meeting Tues
day include Walter M. Pierce, presi
dent of the Oregon Taxpayers' league;
R. C. Paulus, general manager of the
Oregon Growers' association; A. . R.
Sumway, president of the Farmerr
union; C. E. Spence. master of the
Oregon State Grange; Hector Mc-
Pherson, chief of the department of
markets, Oregon Agricultural college,
and M. M. Burtner, state grange.
13 EMPLOYERS ARE SUED
State Avers Industrial Payments
Have Not Been Made.
The state industrial accident com
mission filed 13 suits in the circuit
court of Multnomah county yesterday
against 13 employers of labor.
It is charged that these employers
have not paid their proportion toward
the state, industrial accident fund.
The total amount involved in the suits
is $1752.85, divided in this way:
Avery C. .Smith, $83.21;. Northwest
Potato Starch company, $170.81; M. E.
Orser company, Inc., painters, $142.26;
A. O. " Ltrneschloss, mantel and tile-
makers, $215.10; George Klnnear, con
tractor,- $19o.30; Triumph Machinery
company, $246.02; Walter A. Dolan,
painting, $29.10; Superior Coal com
pany, $40.48; Oceanic Shipbuilding
company, $328.16; Thomas K. Camp
bell, fuel dealer,- $135.41; Specialty
Foundry company, $95.67; Walter A.
Goss, grain dealer, $176.45. and
Howard C. Shireman, foundry,' $154.61.
HERE'S A HUMMER!
500 PAIRS OF
OREGON TO BE HIS SUBJECT
Professor J. 'I. Lambert to Return
to Home in East.
Professor J. I. Lambert, head of the
department of industrial education in
Dayton, p., is going home next Mon
day and is taking back east enough
material for a seriea of lectures.
many of them on the state of Oregon.
Mr. Lambert came here during the
Kiwanis convention and liked the
city so well he has spent over a
month studying Its industries, scenery
and tourist possibilities, traveling
over "1200 miles of automobile roads
near Portland and collecting numer
ous pictures. .
Prof easorr Lambert is slated for a
number of travelogue talks before
teachers' gatherings. One of these
he plans to devote exclusively to Ore
gon, while others tell of his observa
tions on a trip from the Rio Grande
along the coast to Alaska. Mr. Lam
bert has been here as a guest of Dr.
T. W. Sharp.
ACCUSED AUT0IST FREED
Salem, Man Whose Car Killed
Woman Is Acquitted.
SALEM. Or., July 30. (Special.)
G. W. Wineland, who was arrested
yesterday charged with violating the
city traffic ordinances, when his car
ran down and killed Mrs. E. E. Dennl
son during the Elks' convention here
a week ago, was acquitted by a Jury
in the city recorder's court here today.
Mr. Dennison. who also was run
down by Wineland's car, is recover
On a Limited Number
We WiU Sell
and Supply Hauling
Until Truck Is Paid For
One-third Cash Payment
Holman Fuel Co.
Wilson Truck Agency
94 Fifth' Street
The Regular $10, $12.50, $15 Kind
Prevailing suit patterns in
grays, greens, blues, browns,
checks, stripes and mixtures.
Tweeds, cheviots, cassimeres,
velours, serges and worsteds.
Sizes 28 to 48 waist.
Every pair a great price
saving opportunity! In the
name of that unused coat
and vest, be here early!
Exclusive Kuppethelmer House in Portland
Morrison at Fourth S. & H. Stamps Given
yv rv CTm eta. its-i
Mruu i uiiu r-i in if
( The fourteenth annual camp meeting of the Apostolic Faith,
Front and Burnside, opened last Sunday and will continue
until August 5th, at
Get off the car at 6 Id
fj Services are being- held every night and all day Sunday. A
special feature of the meetings is the forty-piece orchestra.
Cf Every possible convenience for campers will be found there
electric lights, water fountains, hot and cold water.
CJ COME, you will meet people from all parts of the world who
have come here to worship.
Yon will be cordially welcomed.
The Mission That Spreads the Gospel by Airplane
r Tag a-
Park and Madison Streets.
11:00 A. M.
"WHAT THE FISHER
7:45 P. M.-
"THE LAME THAT
TAKE THE SPOIL"
Rev. "W. Walter Blair of Forest
9:45 A. M.
Church School and
SALVATION ARMY SEEDS FU.VDS
FOR BISHOP SCOTT SITE.
Colonel Scott and Financial Di
rector Will Arrive From Seattle
Tuesday for Discussion. .
"Whether or not the Salvation Army
will be able to complete the purchase
of the Bishop Scott school property
In Yamhill county and establish a
school there for deserving boys is
expected to be known definitely on
Lonowobths TO Visit Pendleton. Tuesday, when Colonel Scott of the
Representative Nicholas Lontrworth
and Mrs. Longworth, who was Alice
Roosevelt, will visit the Pendleton
Round-up this year and will then
come to Portland for a visit. One of
the entertainments planned for them
Is a fishing trip in the yacht Wisdom
owned by F. W. Vogler.
Actomobile Accidents of Serious
Nature; Keep Police Bust. Our per
sonal accident policy protects you
agrainst all such hazards. Phone Mar
shall 2391. Let us tell you about it.
w. R. McDonald company, Teon bldg.
insurance witn service. Adv.
Dancb Boat Bluebird.
East Morrison-St. Dock.
Boat Leaves 9 P. M.
Dancino Evert Evening. Adv.
Columbia River Excursion.
Steamer Olympian will leave Tavlor
Bt. dock Sunday morning at 6 o'clock
" for Cascade Locks and return. Lunch
served 50c. Main 8065. Adv.
Clover Hill certified and baby spe
cial mine is delivered by the Fern
wood dairy, 15 Union ave. Phone
East -6461. Adv.
The Rotal Familt annual reunion
Salvation Army and O. C. Bortzmeyer,
financial director, will arrive from
Seattle. A banquet is beinsr arranged
in honor of Colonel Scott for that
evening at the Portland hotel.
The Salvation Army recently paid
$3000 down on a purchase price of
$25,000 for the Bishop Scott school
property. Owing to the fact that the
sum raised here during the recent
drive was not what had been hoped
for, fear was expressed that the pur
chase of the property would have to
be given up.
The property includes 100 acres of
land and a large building, which has
not been in use for about five years.
It Is admirably fitted for the use of
boys' school such as the Salvation
Army contemplates, and if the army
is able to conclude the deal as
planned, one of the best schools of the
kind which the organization has in
any part of the country will be es
tablished in Oregon.
INHERITANCE IN QUESTION
will be held Sunday, August l. Meet I Right of Foster Father Raised bj
it Laurelhurst park. Adv. I naming or Administrator.
bwim.mi.u every aiiernoon and vin- i Th ni.BcttATi
TlV T")fl nrlnC AVOW avanliirr I.... ....
Sunday and Monday. Windemuth. adoDted daughter is onn whirh arm
come before Circuit Judge Tazwell, In
RoM-i-Bi Hair Grower, positive
guarantee, bnampoolng, manicuring.
428 Medical bidg. Main 7966. Adv.
Dance Wed. and Sat. nights, Cedar-
ville park, Linnemann Junction. Take
Estacada, uresham cars. Adv.
the case of the appointing of E. G.
Proebstel as administrator of the es
tate of the late Neva G. Burns, his
adopted daughter, who was formerly
Neva G. Proebstel. The mother of
Neva Burns has appealed to have
Order your winter cord wood now, $9 I Proebstel removed as administrator.
A aemurrer to tnis petition, argued
before Judge Tazwell yesterday, was
The Proebstels were divorced, and
later the mother of the two chil
dren. Neva and Elbert, married
Burns, and in 1916 he formally
adopted Neva and gave to her prop
erty which he had purchased him
self out of his savings. After the
girl's death Proebstel petitioned to
be appointed administrator, asserting
that he and, Mrs. Burns wer the
per cora, delivered. Main 5359, be
tween o ana i Jl m. Adv.
We are now In a position to take
orders for country slab wood. Call
East isaai. Adv.
Dr. E. v. Morrow has returned. 1
Practice 54S Morgan bldg. Adv.
Kemuerer Coal. Caroon Coal C.
mine agents. Eajt USg Adv.
Boter Prints the street-car cards.
85 Fifth. Adv.
McMahon, 100 Chiropractor, 11th
FOR YO UR VA CA TION
Take a plentiful supply with you or have it sent parcel post.
Mail orders are given our personal attention.
Hazelwood Supreme Variety,Ib. $1.25 - Mexican Chews, lb. .... $1.50
Home-Made Specials, lb ..$1.00 Assorted Chews, lb.... 85c
Assorted Hard Candies, in jars..........25c and 60c
Do Not Fall to Hear
J. P. MacPherson
A very interesting and noted
speaker now touring the Pacific
coast representing the Inter
national Bible Students Asso
ciation. Sunday, Aug. 1
This very interesting lecture
points out many scriptural pro
phecies showing the earth was
created to be forever inhabited
by human beings.
Also that the earth's recon
struction will soon develop into
the desire of all nations, where
in perfect peace and happiness
shall forever be to all people.
W. 0. W. Temple
' llth St., Bet. Wash, and Alder.
Son of J. Whitcomb Brougher of
Live, Humorous, Young
Mussel 31. Ilrougher
11:00 A. M.
"Spelling Heaven or Hell With 5 Letters"
Adele Case Vann, great contralto soloist, sings "My Task"
7:43 P. M.
'The First Run-Away Couple'
Adele Case Vann Sings Contralto Solo, That Sweet Story of Old
and Gospel Solo, "Step Over the Line
Big Song Service-Live MusicGospel Solo "
The Summer School
July 25-August 22
THE MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE
Noted speakers and Bible teachers Interdenominational
Unique opportunity for Christian workers Every facility
offered campers and visitors Restaurant Admission free.
" SUNDAY, AUGUST 1
10:30 A. M.
EUGENE C HICKMAN, Pastor,
will preach. Subject
"Running Away From God.
Professor W. M. Wilder
with his accomplished singers.
In the Heart of the City.
Assembly Hall, Multnomah Hotel.
Twelfth at Taylor.
Public worship 10:30 A. M. and
8 P. 1L Morning sermon.
BISHOP W. 0. SHEPARD
DR. JOSHUA STANSFIELD
Sunday school at 12:15. noon.
Epworth League at 7 P. M.
Strangers and -visitor la the
city cordially Invited.
Do the Dead Return
Come to the
Cedarville Park, Linneman Jet.
Take car at First and Alder.
Sunday, Aug. 1st
Special engagement of
"America's Greatest Psychic,"
DR. EDWARD K. EARLE
Demonstrating "The Continuity
of Life" through the famous
Independent Slate-Writing, etc
Services 11 A. M., 3 P. M., 8 P. M.
Good accommodations for picnics.
Rev. R. McL. Angus, presiding.
388 Washington Street
Confectionery and Restaurant
TREE JERKED SALMON"
If you would enjoy a real treat,
try our delicious Jerked Salmon.
50 pound. Free sample.
Oregon Jerked Fish Co.
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School for Blind
WOO. FARTICULARS CALL
Alder Street, at 12th.
Rev. Harold Leonard
10:30 A. M.,
"SUNSHINE IN THE
7:45 P. M
Lecture every night on great
Bible prophecies now being ful
Come and learn the latest gospel
songs under the able leadership of
Professor I. C. Colcord.
Dally truck service from Portland
to Arra Wauna. Welches and Rhododendron.-
Leave all trunks or goods
ot any kind at Front and Morrison.
Portland Fruit Co.. 153 Front street.
FtnM!Iied 2ft Yuri In Porflnnd.
THE C. GEE WO
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made a life study
of the curative
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lunj?, kidney, liver, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, catarrh, bladder, blood, nerv
ousness, gall stone and all disorders
of men, women and children. Try
C. Gee Wo's Wonderful and Well
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