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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, MONDAY,
AUGUST 2. 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Mln 7070, 580-95
Sunday Editor Main 2- !S"2-
Advertlaing Department. .Main 7 70.
Superintendent of Bldg. . .Main 7070. 5o0-
HEIL1G (Broadway at Taylor) Chester
Conklin company. Tonight.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures, - to .
6:43 to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sundays
and holidays continuous, l:lo to 11 f.
PANT AO ES (Broadway at Alder) Vd-
villa. Three shows daily, Z:iO. 7 and H.uo.
SOUTH PARK Municipal band concert.
S P. M.
COUNCIL, CREST Free amusement park.
Take "CC" cars. Morrison or Washing
THE OAKS Campbells American Band
in concert. Free admission until a r. ju.,
except Sundays and holidays.
COLUMBIA BEACH Children free. Bath
InK and. amusements.
OKEOONIAN AT RKSORTS.
Subscribe with the following agents, at
your summer resort, to secure the most
prompt delivery of The Orugoniaa. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are payable
Barvlew, Or. . . .
Bay City. Or. . .
Brighton. Or. . .
Cttscadia. Or. . . .
,.."W. A. Sipprell
. . . .O. E. Shelley
. . .F. D. Mitchell
A. W. Rowe
C. B. Smith
O. M. Greiscndorfer
NEW BILLS AT THE THEATERS llTHEDLDGY STUDENT
tr.onlu or.. Cannon Beach Mercnanaise a.
Uarlbaldi, Or P. C. Ellis & J. L. Kidder
Gearhart. Or W. S. Robison
I.ong Beach. Wash W. E. Strauhal
Manzanlta, Or E. Kardell
Manhattan Beach, Or.... Mrs. S. F. Angel
Nahcotta. Wash H. J. Brown
N'eahkahnie Beach, Or A. O. Anderson
Nehalem. Or D. C. Peregoy
Newport, Or O. F. Heron
Ocean Lake, Or Nettie Tompsett
Ocean Park, Wash Emma S. Campbell
Pacific Beach. Wash Chas. Treble
Pacific City. Or D. F. Edmunds
Rockawav, Or Frank Miller
Seaside, Or C. W. Alward
Shipherd's Hot Springs. Wash
I Mrs. N. St. Martin
gaview. Wash George N. Putnam
Tillamook. Or 3. S. Lamar
Wheeler, Or R. H. Cody and Leo Sohler
Wllholt. Or F. W. McLeran
Communitt Chest to Be Topic. The
proposed Portland community chest
will be discused at the weekly lunch
eon of the Kiwanis club Tuesday
noon at the Benson hotel. The princi
pal speaker will be K. N. Stronjr, as
sistant manager of the Oregon Life
Insurance company and president of
the Portland Ad club. A picnic has
been announced for the members of
the club and their wives' and fam
ilies on Tuesday evening at Montrose
park and the following committees
have been named: ArranKements. E.
C. Ward. M. . Farr. J. T. Crossley;
prOKrammol T. W. Watts, F. K. Elder,
H. C. Jones: eats. Charles Van Horn.
J. W. Kennedy. Delmar Eddy; finance,
J. G. Meeko. M. A. Holloway, Haw
Sunday Calm Disturbed. The early
Sunday morning calm as shattered
on Grand avenue yesterday morning
at 4:30 o"clock when C. H. Dobbins
drove an automobile down the street
at a high rate of speed, calling for
the police and struggling with two
other men. C. Murphy, and J. F. Kel
leher. who were in the car with him.
All three were intoxicated, say the
police. They were taken into custody
at the corner of Grand avenue and
East Burnside street by Motorcycle
Patrolman Kline and are lodged in
jail. Dobbins is charged with driving
an automobile while intoxicated and
Murphy and Kelleher are held for
Sellwood Garage Burns. Damage
to the extent of J1000. partially cov
ered by insurance, and the loss of
one automobile, resulted from a fire
which completely destroyed the, rear
portion of the Sellwood garage. Ibl4
Kast Seventeenth street, yesterday
afternoon. The main part of the
building, which Is of fireproof con
struction, was unharmned. The build
ing is owned by A. Campbell, 734
Umatilla street, and is leased to J.
Gressler, who operates the garage.
Automobile Accidents of Serious
Nature Keep Police Bust. Our per
sonal accident policy protects you
against all such hazards. Phone Mar
shall 2391. Let us tell you about It.
V. R. McDonald company, Yeon bldg
Insurance with service. Adv.
Modern office systems devised and
Installed. Our system experts at your
service, no obligation. Over -400 stock
forms to select from, at a saving.
Phone Main 1971. Pacific Staty. & Ptg
Co.. 107 Second street. Adv.
Swimming every afternoon and even
ing. Dancing every evening except
Sunday and Monday. "WIndemuth.
Hill Millitart Acadamt Portland
Oregon, is the school that gets re
sults. Opens September li. Adv.
Rom-i-da Hair Grower, positive
guarantee. Shampooing, manicuring.
428 Medical bldg. Main 79C6. Adv.
"We are now in a position to take
orders for country slab wood. Call
Kast 3551. Adv.
Kkmmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co.,
mine agents. Kast 118S. Adv.
cut that out!" '
That is what Chester Conklin,'
famed walrus hero of the custard pie
melodramas, told the members of his
summer revue company at the Heilis,
theater yesterday, but they just would
not leave Chester alone .from the
opening scene when they 'shot him
full of machine-gun projectiles to the
last act where he fell down the well.
Yes, Chester i3 here and he has come
to stay for a week and along with
him are five bathing beauties, a jazz
orchestra and Arthur Penney, come
dian and vocalist already known here
thrdtigh previous appearances at the
Orpheum. Chester can't sing and he
can't dance, but he has been wise
enough to provide a staff of experts
who fill the gaps when the knight of
the walrus mustache is not on the
center of the floor playing the role of
"Just Chester." At that he has to
travel some to keep Penney from
walking off with the laurels.
The revue is absolutely unique. It
skips from speaking stage to pictures
and back again and sometimes it com
bines the two. Before the curtain
rises the musicians are introduced.
Out go the lights and as each man
steps into the orchestra pit he plays
a solo on piano, saxophone, trombone.
violin or drum. The self-styled "Jazz
elites" are a show all by themselves
they could drag jazz out of a funeral
Pictures, snappily sub-titled, show
how the movies are made. There is
the director hunting Chester and the
hero himself asleep behind a barrel
He is immediately captured and sar-
dined into a taxi with the bathing
squad and headed for the beach. First
thing happens he manages to anger
a cop and this serves as an introduc
tion to Penney, who spends the rest
of the evening pursuing Conklin
through the various scenes.
At this point the picture breaks off
and here are the girls themselves.
five of them, the Misses Rose Penney,
Dewayne Francis, Klida Karryn, Mary
Garvin and Florence Gordon. Song
numbers are interspersed here, Ches
ter . endeavoring to take part in the
music, but finding It annoys the po
liceman. Then the girls go swimming
to the tune of a song all about "Cu
pids in the Sea." Down comes the
picture screen showing a section of
the ocean and while the waves splash
back and forth in the movie the girls
poke heads and arms through and
sing right in the surf.
Chester next decides to take the
"gang" aeroplaning. He gets his fair
companions in flying trim. When all
is set on comes the films again and
there is the crowd floating around in
the upper atmosphere and getting ar
rested first thing. Chester comes
down to earth, pursued back to the
stage by the watchful cop.
Where is he? the officer demands
and out come four imitation Chesters
doing a Chesterfield dance. The cho
rus girls look the part except that one
of tnem last night nearly swallowed
her mustache. The policeman goes on
the trail when out from the scenery
comes Chester with a block of wood.
The scene ends when Penney chases
Chester into the back drop curtain and
down comes the whole thing, while
seemingly embarrassed, half-garbed
chorus girls scurry for shelter.
Penney and Chester have a clever
convict interlude during the first part
of the programme. Then in the sec
ond part they start off with oriental
singing and dance numbers- by the
girls. Chester is induced to sniff a
bit of "hop" and gets his first kick.
Art frames up a safe robbery and
Chester nearly dynamites a chorus
girl in order to obtain her wealth.
secreted in a toy safe attached to her
The show winds up with a wedding,
the procession coming up from the
aisle down stairs. After Chester is
safely wedded by Art, the pictures
take him home, whereupon he discov
ers his bride is false false teeth, false
hair, false eye, everything. The bride
groom heads for the nearest well, but
gets out in time for the grand finale.
Two outstanding numbers on the
programme are a violin solo by Art
Tynan and a vocal solo, 'The Rosary,"
by Art Penney. The latter sings "Just
Another Poor Man Gone Wrong" as
The revue will be here all week
with performances daily at 2:15 and
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Russell Brougher Fills White
RESULT OF HABIT SHOWN
Ckester Conklin, screen star,
who opened encasement in
peraon with c o m p a n y at
Heilis; last night.
Stripes Forever," played almost en
tirely in the treble keys.
A gripping comedy drama is "The
Jailbird," played by Thomas P. Jackson
and Jean Russell. There are only two
characters in the playlet, the steely
hearted employer and the girl just out
of the state penitentiary who sought
a position in his office. Jackson puts
his running partner through a test
which changes a near tragedy into a
Jack Stewart offers "A Japanese
Romance," in which he is assisted by
Merna Latterall and a quartet of
pretty chorus girls who appear in
remarkable costumes. The heroine's
There Are Two Natures In Every
Individual; One Must Be Master,
Preacher Tells Congregation.
Man's nature lies within his own
powers to form his desires as he wills
or let his desires, unmastered, rule
This was the hurden of the morning
sermon preached-yesterday by Russell
M. Brougher at White Temple First
Baptist church. Mr. Brougher. who
is a theological student, will again
occupy the pulpit of this church next
aunaay. The last three Sundays in
August his father, Dr. J. Whitcomb
Brougher. -of the Los Angeles White
Temple and former pastor of the Port
land wnite-Temple, will preach. The
Brougher family is spending the
month at Gearhart, the father or son.
the case mav be. traveling tn
Portland for the Sunday services only.
"Spelling Heaven or Hell with Five
Letters" was the subject on which
Mr. Brougher preached yesterday
morning. HaDit.is the turning point
between the two hereafters, according
w "i message, wnicn was based on
the dual nature of every person as
described by the Apostle Paul.
Two Natures In Contest.
"Paul discovered he had two na
tures in him the good and the evil,"
said Mr. Brougher. "Between these
two natures there was a contest for
supremacy. When Paul wanted to do
good lie, found evil opposing him.
When he did wrong he found the good
stirring up his conscience to condemn
him. He recognized the duality of
nature of which we are all conscious.
ir a man satisfies his longing for
the things that are good, he will
starve the desires for evil. If he
responds to the call of -the evil and
forms habits that master the good.
then he will become a slave to pas-J
sion, desire and appetite. The ques
tion for a man to settle definitely is
which nature is to be the master.
By ths belp of God a man can form.
nanus mat will give the supremacy
For That Nice Little Vacation Trip
OUTFIT HERE AND BENEFIT
BY OUR BIG REDUCTIONS
Were $3.50 to $20
'2.80 to '16
Leather, rattan and fiber
in tan, black, brown
MEN'S BATHING SUITS
Values to $10, Now
EVERYTHING IN KHAKI
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland
Morrison at Fourth S. & H. Stamps Given
father insists she must marry a Nit)
ponese prince and forsake her sailor i to his higher nature and make him
lover, whereupon Jack, as the sailor, master of himself.
robes himself in the robes of Japa
nese royalty and so thoroughly insults
the stern parent that he changes his
mind about the nationality of his fu
Harry Tsuda offers something new
in acrobatics. A big white ball, a
table and two chairs are his equip
ment and when he has perched himself
on a precarious pyramid built of them
he does some fancy balancing.
' Brand new songs are introduced by
Allen and Moore in "The Happy Cou
ple," a breezy musical act. "That
Melodious Jazz' is one and another
catchy ditty is a medley of southern
puns, winding up with a bit of com
edy. The feature photoplay accompany-
Inrr thiq hill ntara Marv RnlnH tn
I "The Prodigal Wife."
-p UESRAY, August 10, is the date
X set for the excursion and dance to
he given aboard the Bluebird by
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic
The social gatherings given by the
club always are popular and the com
miltee predicts an unusually delight
ful affair for next week. The Sat
urday evening dances given infor
mally at the club have been attractive
thi.- season. Dancing on the veranda
w&a the programme for last Saturday.
Members of the Multnomah club and
others who are interested in Norman
Koss, swimmer of renown, are inter
efcted in his engagement to Miss Puak
alani Beatrice Dowsett of Honolulu,
a member of the royal family of the
islands, her mother being a direct
descendant of the Kamehameha line,
hrr father an Knglishman, Alexander
Dowsett. who has lived in the islands
for about 41) years, says the Winged
M Bulletin. Miss Dowsett is a Stan-
fuid girl and is said to be very beauii
ful. Miss Mary Blossom, who has been
In San Francisco for several weeks
1.3 expected home about August 1.3.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lee and daugh
ters, the Misses Kdith and Beatrice
Lee of Seattle, have come to Port
land to make their home and have an
attractive place in Irvington.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook plan-to
leave Portland about August 10 for
Victoria. B. C. for a visit at the Km
Mrs. K. A.Jacobs and son Frederick,
arc at Belle court where they are
orrupying the apartment formerly
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Mrs. Lee Hawley Hoffman will
leave today for Gearhart to pass the
remainder of the summer.
ANS HANKPis billed as "the gen
us at the piano" on the Hippo
drome programme opening yesterday
and it is certain that he is a genius at
putting classical music over-with a
mixed audience. His single encore was
but a "teasfir" and applause contin
ued even as the curtain went up for
the next act.
Hanke gave three selections, one
from "Carmen." the "Second Khap-
sody" by Liszt and the sextet from
"Lucia," the last played with the left
hand alone. For an encore he pre
sented his version of "The Stars and
warm, cloudless Sunday 'made the
Oaks amusement park especially
inviting to thousands who gathered in
the afternoon to enjoy Campbeirs
American Concert band and the two
vocalists. Again in the cool of the
evening did thousands more gather to
hear the concert.
John Philip Sousa carried off the
musical composition honors of the
day. Director Campbell's organization
interpreting all the delights of a
Sousa production. "The Dwellers of
the Western World." declared to be
one of Sousa's most difficult produc
tions, was handled in excellent style.
Miss Dorothy Daphne Lewis and
Miss Irene Alleman sang at both con
certs yesterday and were well re
ceived, responding to several encores
Miss Alleman probably will be re
tained as soloist with Mr. Campbell's
organization. Aliss Lewis-will return
to New York, where she will appear
again in vaudeville and on the concert
In the night's programme Sousa,
Bendix and Weber divided the compo
The Oregon Grand Army of the Re
public will hold its annual picnic at
the Oaks park on August 12. Director
Campbell is planning a special programme.
Habit Dress or Soul.
"The word habit originally meant
garment. In French It is the word
for dress and in English we speak
literally of a riding habit. But there
are habits of thought and word and
action. Habit is the dress In which
the soul clothes and expresses itself.
Every person decides his happiness
by his habits. Someone said to the
Duke of Wellington, 'Habit is second
nature." The great general replied:
secord nature? Why, habit is 10
times nature.' This was the opinion
of a trained soldier and a masterful
"The life of a Christian should helo
him to form habits that will make
his life useful and worth the living.
io me aise oi iv it is said- we are
acquiring those habits which are
called manners. Between JO and 20
we are forming the habits which be
long to character, and between 20 and
30 we gain the habits which heinne
to our business or professional life-
After 30 years of age a man's habits
are largely formed and It Is difficult
to alter tnem.
Hs.bit Spells Hell or Heaven.
It is supremely Imooriant. fhr.
rore, mat everyone should form the
rignt Kind or habits. Thev will de
icide the success or failure, joy or sor
row, oi ine. .r-roiessor James says:
'We are spinning our own fates, good
or evii, ana never can be undone.'
a noted writer has said:
" 'Sow a thought and reap an action.
Spw an action and reap a habft.
Sow a habit and reap a character.
Sow a character and reap a destiny.'
"Since habits decide destiny, a Der-
son can spell heaven or hell with the
live letters n-a-d-i-t. '
SECOND PARK SERVICE HELD
has wings. We walk with feet which
give us contact with the ground and
the current may pass through us, but
the bird on the wing is free from
that dangerous contact.
"What a parable that is. What
limitations there are. what dangers
for the one whose strength and sup
port rests upon the earthly and the
material. What safety, what possi
bilities, there are for a life whose
wings of faith fly the air of God!"
RICHNESS OF LIFE LAUDED
Bishop AY. O. Shcpard Preaclies at
First Methodist Church.
Bishop W. O. Shepard of the Meth
odist Episcopal church for the Port-
and area, prteacned yesterday morn
ng at the First Methodist church be
fore a large congregation. His ser
mon, based on Paul's message to the
Corinthians, "All things are yours for
ye are Christ's and Christ is God," told
of the richness and fullness of life.
He said that in a world like this, so
beautiful and so good, everyone should
find happiness. He talked on owner
ship and showed the mistaken notion
that there is no ownership except, mat
we have a. quit-claim deed to it. The
best anyone can do, declared the
bishop, is to give a quit-claim deed
which only says you have a right to
the property so far as the former
owners are concerned. iteauy men
can only own that which they are able
and capable of appreciating and using.
he continued. All best things of this
fe must be shared in common with
others, such as the mountains, the
skies, the richness of nature, the
bishop continued, and it is pre-eminently
true of God and the highest
realities of life.
Mrs. Kate Upson. Clark left Port
land on Friday to continue her lecture
course on the Ellison-White Chautau
qua circuit in Washington and Mon
tana. While here she was the guest
of Mrs. D. A. Shindler on Vista avenue
fcr a small informal luncheon, the
other guests being Mrs. Helen E. Star
rett and Mrs. Max Houser. Mrs.
Clark regretted that her lecture en
gagements prevented her accepting
the hospitality offered by many kind
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos S. Unna have
epent the past two weeks at Seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eisele and daugh
ter, Mrs. Fred Zimmerman, and two
grandchildren, Dorothy LaFlemme
and Cecil Eisele, arrived a few days
ago and will remain, at the rsortn
Beach for a fortnight.
Miss Violet Ruth Mellis of San
Francisco, is at the Benson Tiotel for
a few days. She is en route to Baker
to visit her uncle, Fred H. Mellis and
is accompanied by Miss Myrell Cohl,
also of San Francisco.
Mrs. Joseph Reidel and daughter
Charlotte have sailed for San Fran
cisco. They will visit friends at
Beverely Hills and Los Angeles for
the remainder of the summer. '
BAKER. Or.. Aug. 1. (Special.)
Miss .Kate Pearson and Hans Wyborg
were married Thursday evening at
the Imperial hotel in Baker, The
young, couple, together with a num
ber of intimate friends, came to Baker
from Whitney for the occasion. Rev.
John M. Groschupf of the First Lu
theran church performed the wedding
ceremony. The bride came to Amer
ica recently from Sweden. The bride
groom is in the lumbering business
in Whitney. They will reside in
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. Aug. 1.
(Special.) Claude E. Solomon, con
tractor, who came here from' Burns,
Or., a year ago, and Miss Rachel Lee
Applegate, daughter of Captain O. C.
Applegate, were married here. The
bride is a native of the county and
for several years has been a teacher
in the county high schol. Her family
is one of the pioner families of Ore
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Aug. 1. (Spe
cial.) The wedding of Miss .Edith
Becker of Astoria, r.nd Forrest L. Moe,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moe of this
city, was-solemnized at 1:30 o'clock
this afternoon at a new ranch home
just completed on the Glacier ranch.
the Moe country place at the top ot
Tuckers' hill. Rev. J. L. Hershner,
pioneer Congregational minister, of
Madge J. Riese. of the home dem
onstration department, writing from
the United States Department of Ag
riculture, states relations service,
Washington, under date of July 27,
to the educational chairman of the
Oregon Dairy council, says:
"I have received your publicity ma
terial, which is published by the Ore-
ir. Bowman Preaches on "nivino
and Human Dynamics.
"Divine and Human Dynamics" was
the subject based on the text. "The
multitudes, therefore, that stood vv
and heard it said that it had thun-
oerea. others said an angel hath
spoKen to mm" (John 12:29), that Dr.
l,. cowman, pastor of the First
-resDytenan church, chose for an
out-of-door sermon delivered yester
day afternoon in Laurelhurst nark
The service was the second in a series
being conducted by the city federa
tion of churches in Portland parks.
"Those who would explain all of
life on the natural grounds build for
themselves a prison wall wherein to
dwell." said Dr. Bowman. "Thev
choose to' limit themselves and their
thought to the material realm, to nat
ural development and human achieve
In a powerhouse near Niatrara
rails there is a receiving station
wnere there comes from, the falls
current with the force of 60,000 volts.
Ail about the room are bright red
signs which proclaim danger in six
different languages. Merely to touch
one wire would mean instant death
but in that great room, right- beside
sign which betokens the presence
of the entire 60.000 volts, a little bird
had built her nest. What care sh
mils! xhow Ki1i-lv at rtmA mnman
BUILD NG GUTTLD BY FIRE she must relax her vigilance and
loucn one vl muse aeain-aeaun
gon Dairy council, and I believe it is
the best that has been put out by any-
state dairy council. I hope that you
wilL keep me in mind and send r
reports of all the educational milk
work that has been done in your
state as I want to keep myself informed.
"I help to supervise the educational
milk work in the 15 southern states
through the home demonstration or
ganization. Several big milk cam
paigns are planned for this fall in
Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst. president of
the Oregon Parent-Teacher associa
tion, and a member of the dairy coun
cil's educational committee, is in
terested in milk educational work
and after hearing1 M. D. Munu. pres
ident of the National Dairy council,
when he spoke here, said she hoped
to have some feature of milk edu
cational work on the Parent-teacher
programme when it meets in Portland
early this fall.
Blaze Started From Defective Gas
Main Destroys Carpenter Shop.
Fire which started in the rear of i
frame building owned by W. J. Cum
mines, Thirty-third . and Division
straets, at 12:30 Sunday morning,
gutted the entire upper floor and rear
of the building, which was partially
covered by insurance.
A carpenter shop in the rear, owned
by Cummings, was completely de
stroyed and a tire repair in the front
of the building operated by Otto
Bliss suffered slight loss due to smoke
and water. Ail the personal belong
ings and furniture of Mr. and Mrs.
James Rhodes, who occupied the up
per floor, were destroyed. No loss of
life was reported, although Rhodes
was slightly overcome by smoke when
he attempted to save some money
that had been left in the burning
The fire is believed to have result
ed from a defective gas main in the
rear of the building.
wires, but the startling observer
reassured by the guide that it Is per
fectly safe for the bird because sh
struction shortly after noon today
when fire started in dry grass on
some vacant land adjoining the plant
and burned rapidly. The whole va
cant tract was swept by the fire, but
the fire department after half an
hour's work succeeded in stopping it
just before it reached the factory
Ryncrson's Successor Xamed.
SALEM, Or.. Aug. 1. Special.)
Governor Olcott has been advised by
W. E. Kimsey. secretary of the Ore
gon State Federation of Labor, that
the federation has appointed J. W.
Marriott, a member of Machinists'
union N-o. 63 or -ortland, to succeed
C. M. Rynerson as a member of the
employes' group on the committee
15 selected to pass upon amendments
to the workmen's compensation act.
Mr. Kimsey advises that Mr. Rynerson
has found it impossible to serve fur
ther on the committee because
many personal matters needing h
Gypsies Rob Kelso Man.
KELSO, Wash., Aug. 1. (Special
Wayne Embree of Hazel Dell, fou
miles north of Kelso, was robbed of
$12.50 by four or five gypsies of
band who camped on the west sid
opposite Rocky Point Saturday night.
The gypsies were traveling- by auto,
there being eight or nine auto loads.
Mr .Embree hurried to Kelso an
Deputy Sheriff T. T., Fannon was pu
on their trail. - He overtook them
Chehalis and they agreed to mak
restitution to Mr. Embree and to pay
LAZARUS PARABLE APPLIED
Rev. H. Griffis Finds Many. De
scendants From Rich Man.
In his sermon, "A Rich Man in Hell,"
yesterday morning at the Urst
Christian church, the Rev. Harold H.
Griffis made a present-day applica
tiontion of Jesus's parable of the rich
man and Lazarus. He said in part:
"This prosperous citizen was not
dishonest or licentious or intemper
ate. So far as the record goes, he
never stole any money, he never
eloped with another man's wife. He
never guzzled any champagne. The
fact is this man stood condemned, not
for something he did do, but for some
thing he did not do. His crime was
that of omission, not that of commis
sion. He was afflicted with nothing
ore or less than the damning sin of
"Today the tripe of this certain
rich man is still among us. His de
scendants are numerous. I see him in
the merchant who revels in big din
ners, fine clothes, and handsome auto
mobiles, but pays his girl clerks a
wage that leads them into prostitu
tion. I see him In the weaimy iatner
who is careful to protect his own
bovs. but endorses and patronizes
liquor traffic that eternally damns the
boys of fathers not so lortunaie.
Fraudulent Deed Alleged.
SALEM, Or., Aug. 1. (Special.)
F. O. Harold has brought suit in the
circuit court here to recover a deed
for 80 acres of land alleged to be
held fraudulently by Christina M.
Harold. Alex Harold, Anna Harold
and Cornelia T. Weller.
Mr. Harold charges that while he
was temporarily a patient in the state
hospital, and incompetent to look af-
i his Dersonal artalrs, ne was pur
su&ded to sign- a deed conveying his
nronertv to the defendants. Mr.
Harold alleged that he had no know
ledge of signing the deed until a few
days ago when he had occasion to
consult the records at the courthouse.
Grass Fir Threatens Factory.
ALBANY. Or. Aug. 1. (Special.)
The Far West Manufacturing com
pany's plant at Fifteenth and Ferry
streets here was threatened with de-
put Joy to work on your
new suit for fall;
Joy wants you to pay only
in easy installments that you
will hardly notice -that's the
skilled designing and fault
less tailoring at the Joy
104 Fourth Street,
bet. Washington and Stark.
Four Stores in Portland.
Bank 'Wins Foreclosure.
SALEM, Or., Aug. 1. (Special.)
The Security State bank of Woodburn
yesterday received a decree in the cir
cuit court here authorizing: the -sale
of property belonging: to the Salem-Ti-.com
a Lumber company to satisfy
a mortgage held by . the depository.
The bank's claim is in the sum of
$945, which, together with the costs
wili aggregate to exceed $1000.
fjg. Before you sign an application for life in
surance in any other company investigate
our new policies never offered before.
8 uceeMf ul C.n serv mtl T-Proc-reMt .
Fittk amd Mon-iom.
A. I MILLS. Pres. C S. SAMUEL, Gen. Mgr.
E. N. STRONG. Asst. Ms.
On a Limited Number
v We WiU Sell
and Supply ' Hauling
Until Truck Is Paid For
One-third Cash Payment
Holman Fuel Co.
Wilson Truck Agency
94 Fifth Street
durTovodts Sp off
Golf "on bunkers 5000 feet high" In clean
mountain ozone a mile above sea level
with the Bow River Falls and Tunnel
Mountain on vourleft rufteed ML Rundle
on your right, the sweep of Sulphur Moun
tain back of the Banff Springs Hotel behind
you, and the spectacular panorama of the
Bow River Valley disappearing in the dis
tance among snow-clad peaks before you.
Swim in warm sulphur pools at Banff
while watching snow-clouds play tag with
mountain tops a mile above. Tennis on
fast courts at Banff and Lake Loni.se.
Anywhere in the
Canadian Pacific Rockies
at Gla'cier, Emerald Lake. Lake Louise,
Banff, you may ride ponies fish moun
tain trout take pictures of wild animals
climb with Swiss guides or stroll
leisurely along easy mountain trails
with dancing and gay social life at Banff
and Lake Louise. Motor roads at Banff.
Come early and stay late at any of the
"magic castles"of the mountain playground.
Reservations now for
E. E. Penn, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY,
55 Third St, Portland, Or.
YOUR MORNING BRACER
You throw back your
shoulders; you just can't
help iL There's a tingle
in every nerve and each
muscle cries out for
something to do. It's a
great feeling. Try it.
Be sure the shower
you install is equipped to
give all shower benefits.
Don't lose any of them
through faulty construc
tion specify our
We invite you
and inspect our
of showers with mixom
eter temperature regula
to call M'm)fil
display t r-
mixom- ....... .-v ::ii!"-:'y::
Inquire your dealer
THE M. L. KLINE CO.
"FAULTLESS" PLUMBING, HEATING
AND STEAM SUPPLIES
84-86-87-89 Front St.
HOTEL SEASIDE, INC.
SEASIDE (CLATSOP BEACH), OREGON.
M-the-Year-Round Ocean Beach Resort Hotel
Itatra for Room and Meata Included.
Per Day, One Pernon, S5.KO or SO.SOI Two, SIO.OO or sil.OO.
Frr Wrtk, One Peraon, K3M.50 or S42.00; Two, STO.OO.
Bath. Per Day. 0, S7.50 or SS.."W Two, S12.00 or S13.0O.
Bath, Per Week, One, f 52.S0 or S5S.OOI Two, SSO.SO or S!4.50.
SPECIAL RATES KOR CHILDREN.
AMERICAN PLAN ROOM AND MEALS INCLTTJED.
For reservations, address CHAS. II. UOWLUV, Manaifer.
DaAvtruclc service from Portland
to Arra Wauna, Welches and Rhodo
dendron. Leave all trunks or goods
of any kind at Front and Morrison.
Portland Fruit Co.. 153 Front street.
let poverty come to your family
if it were -within your power to
Who will prevent it in the event
you should die? The time of
death is very uncertain.
Provide for your family now by
taking out a policy in the
Paid in capital $1,134,500.
New World Life
Our Tire department is always
open, and in case you should need
a new tire on the road, we are
in a position to deliver it to you
any time, any place.
If stuck or wrecked, call our
Cadillac "8" towing car, equipped
for the most difficult jobs.
WE NEVER CLOSE
MOTOR CAR COMPANY
Tour Home Society for over a
quarter of a. century.
New 20-pay Ufa and whole life
larKe membership In Oregon.
Assets nearly $1,500,000.00.
Home for dependent members.
Headquarters Artlxan Bnlldlnc
Broadway and Oalc Stm.
Phone Broadway 1220.