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THE MORXIXG OREGOMAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
tty Editor Main T070. S0-9S
Sunday Editor Main 7070. 5B0-95
Advertising Department. .Main 7070. i80-9"S
bupermtendent of Bids. .Main 7070. 5o0-9
HEIMO (Broadway at Taylor) Scotti
Urand Opera company in "La Botaeme."
BAKER (Aider at Eleventh Baker Stock
company in "liusintsa Befora Pleasure."
LYRIC (Broadw.y at Morrison) Musical
comedy. "In Honolulu," Three ahowa
dan. :!, 7 and U P. M.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at TarahHl)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. 3 to 5.
6:4.1 to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sundays and
ho.idays continuous. 1:15 jo 11 P- M.
PAN TAG ES (Broadway at Aider) Vaude
ville. Three anowa dally. 2:30, 1 and
Jewish Services Tonight. Services
will be held at "the Congregation
Ahavai Sholom. Park and Clay streets,
tonight at S o'clock. Rabbi William
A. Thomas will deliver a sermon.
George A. Xatanson will sing. To
morrow morning services are at 9
o'clock when Rabbi R. Abrahameon
will officiate. Conclusion of Succoth
will be observed Sunday at S P. M.
Rabbi William A. Thomas will deliver
a sermon. Edward Kramer will sing
a solo. Monday evening services are
at 8 o'clock. Monday and Tuesday
morning services at 9 o'clock. Rabbi
Abrahamson will officiate. Sun
day school will open Sunday, Octo
ber 10 at 10 o'clock. All children
Tax (Measure to Be Debated. At
the regular weekly luncheon and
meeting of the Oregon civic league
Saturday noon at the Benson hotel
the. Issues of the day from the demo
cratic point of view will be given,
Mrs. C. C. Van Orsdcll being the
speaker. Last week the issues of the
day from the republican stadpoint of
view were given. There will also be
a debate on the single tax measure
to be voted upon by the people at
the forthcoming election, J. II. Her
mann speaking for the measure and
A- L. Veazie against it.
Beth Israel Services Tonight.
Services will be held tonight at
Temple Beth Israel at 8 and tomor
row morning at 10:30. The subject of
Rabbi Wise's talk tonight will be
"The Mantle of Elijah," and tomorrow
morning "He Turneth His Cheek to
the Bmiter." Concluding services for
the feast of Succoth will take place
at Temple Beth Israel Sunday evening
t 7 and Monday morning at 10:30.
All persons are welcome irrespective
Suicide's Will Probated. The will
ef Mrs. Nora Worth Kunkel. who
ended her own life September S, was
admitted to probate in the circuit
court yesterday. It named the
widower, James Nelson Kunkel as
xecutor. Real and personal property
valued at approximately $2300 com
prise the estate. Heins are Gertrude
Irene Painter, Seattle, and Gwen
dolyn and Paul W. Kunkel of Port
land. Tifp-areth Israel Elects. Election
of officers was held September 6 at
the congregation Tiffareth Israel,
Twentieth and Going streets. The
following were elected for the year:
S. P.ai-dc. president; I. Kaufman, vice
president; 1 Veltman, treasurer; M.
Politz. secretary; board of trustees,
M. Friedman, Lu Fox and O. Garber.
Porti.ander Commissioned. J. D.
Goodrich. Portland representative of
the Alaskan engineering commission,
with offices in the ne.w pootoffice
building, has been commissioned a
first lieutenant in the quartermaster
corps regular army. He reports at
Vancouver barracks within two
Opening Concert Satl-rdat. A
errand opening concert will be given
at the Men's Resort. Fourth and Burn
eide streets, at S P. M. Saturday. The
young women of the First Methodist
Episcopal church have charge of the
programme. These Saturday evening
concerts will be open to the public.
Gordon Files for Mayor. Herbert
Gordon, who recently announced his
candidacy for mayor on a "business
administration" platform, filed his
nominating petitions with City Audi
tor Funk yesterday. For the most
part his petitions were signed by
realty brokers and insurance men.
Socialists to Hold Debs Meetings.
The socialist party will hold a
series of five Debs meetings in ma
chinist hall. 126A Fourth street,
starting Sunday evening, October 3
Illustrated pictures of- Russia and of
world events will be shown at each
meeting. Admission is free.
Do Not Forget to call up East 30S8
when you want the Salvation Army
auto-truck to call for cast off cloth
ing, magazines, newspapers, turniture
etc. Address 24-26 Union ave. Major
John Bree. district officer. Adv.
Students op Pharmacy and Den
tistry Take Notice! The annual ses
sion of North Pacific college, Port
land. Or., will begin September 30.
Degree students are not admitted
later than October 10. Adv.
Rom-i-da, a positive hair grower;
ecalp treatments, shampooing mani
curing. 428-429 Medical bid. Main
A Real Advance in the quality of
artificial teeth. Dr. E. C. Rodman,
plate specialist, 307 Journal bide
A New System in Portland. Cell
renewal succeeds where all etee falls
Dr. Dee, 412-13-14 Artisans bldg
Dance. McElroys orchestra, Mur
lark hall, 23d and Washington sts..
very Wednesday and Saturday. Adv
Woman's Exchange will be open
and take all needle work and food
orders until October 15. Adv.
Dr. J. Francis Drake has moved
his offices to B20 Medical bldg. Phone
Main 205. Adv.
Milk Cure at Moore Sanitarium:
the quick way to health. K. 37. Adv.
Kemmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co..
mine agents East 1188. Adv.
Phone McMahon. 100 chiropractor,
Audubon Society to Meet. The
opening meeting of the Oregon Audu
bon society will be held at library
hall. Central library, tomorrow at 8
P. M. The meeting will be addressed
by Dr. K. W. Nelson of Washington.
D. C, chief of the biological survey;
H. F. Stone, in charge of the bird
reservations of the United States;
Vernon Bailey of the biological sur
vey, who has been Investigating the
smaller mammal or rodent pests of
Oregon for the past two months. Mrs.
Florence Merriam Bailey. a author of
"Handbook of Birds of the Western
United States," the textbook in use
in all western schools and colleges,
will speak on "Birds and How to
Frank L Smith
Sells dandy young beef.
Round and T-bone steak 20c
Sirloin and porterhouse steak 20c
Rump and oven roasts 15c
Short ribs and veal breasts 12i.se
Roast veal and lamb shouldens. .. ,15c
Good prime rib roast beef 18c
Smith's loin veal cutlets 20c
I'Oin chops and legs of spring lamb. 25c
Frank I Smith is 228 Alder. Adv.
Liaison Officer Transferred. C.
W. Boyce. who has been liaison officer
for the United States forest service
airplane patrol headquarters at
Eugene the last two seasons, has been
transferred to the main offices in
Washington, D. C. He will be de
tailed to make an economic study of
the pulp and paper industry and will
leave for the east early in the
U. S. Biologist to Be Here Today.
E W. Nelson, chief of the" United
States bureau of biological survey,
will be in the city today to attend
a conference of district and national
officers of his department. Mr. Nel
son is just back from a three months'
trip through Alaska, where he has
been investigating reindeer propaga
tion. Clothing to Be Christmas Gift.
I Word received at the near east relief
orrice. 606 Stock Exchange building,
yesterday fr,om New York indicates
that Oregon's car of clothing should
reach Armenia just in time for the
Armenian Christmas, which is cele
brated at a later date than in this
country. It will thus become a Christ
mas gift from Oregon to Armenia
Geo. Rubenstein, the veteran opti
cian Eyes tested, glasses fitted,
broken lenses duplicated. No Inflated
prices here. 226 Morrison st. Adv.
Safety Boxes, lc daily.
Dr. Willabd A. Roberts returned.
Dr. Dayton, glasses. Swctland bldg
Produce the right ef
fect in your office.
They , cost no more
than inferior desks
and last . a lifetime.
STATIONERY & PRINTING
107 2d St. Bet. Wash, and Stark
Complete Office Outfitters.
Identity Is Proclaimed.- By order
of Presiding Circuit Judge Tazwell,
Nick Kallas and Nick Kambouris were
proclaimed one and the same man
yesterday. A bank book in the name
ot Kambouris was found on the body
of "Kallas." who was found dead Au
gust 26, and Peter Kambouris. brother,
was appointed, administrator of the
estate. The bank refused to pay over
the $403.11 on deposit without acourt
order establishing the Identity of
Jackson Adopts Grandson. C. S.
Jackson, publisher of the Oregon
Journal, and Mrs. Jackson were per
mitted to adopt their grandson.
Charles Samuel Jackson, aged six
years, by order of Judge Jacob Kanz
ler of the court of domestic rela
tions yesterday. The boy is a son of
the late Francis C. Jackson, who met
death when the Bteamer J. A. Chans
lor sank off the Oregon coast on De
cember 18. 1919. The mother, Lillian
E. Jackson, gave the written consent
to the adoption of her son by his pa
Cottel Estate $27.000. An estate
valued at $27,000 was left by the late
Charles W. Cottel, according to the
petition for probate of will filed by
the widow and sole heir, Mrs. Lavinia
Outhouse Cottel, in the circuit court
yesterday. Mr. Cottel died in Port
land September 13, at the age of 77.
HLs widow is 73 and lives at 657 East
Damages for $1520 Asked. Damages
of $1520 are sought in a suit filed in
the circuit court yesterday, by James
H. Ashrow from L. M. Joase as the
result of an alleged assault com
mitted by the defendant in Salem
August 18, 1920. in which the plain
tiff's face was slapped, his eye black
ened, his shirt torn and his eye
Jail Sentence Imposed. D. S.
Cramer. 22, was sentenced to ISO days
in the city jail yesterday after con
viction on a larceny charge. Evidence
showed that H. Dunn had assisted the
youth and given him several meals.
Then, during the temporary absence
of Dunn from his home, Cramer stole
a suitcase and other articles.
Postmaster Given Second Job.
Postmaster John M. Jones was noti
fied of his appointment as custodian
of the postoffice and of the federal
building (the old postoffice) yester
day by the secretary of the treasury.
He succeeds Frank 8. Myers.
Widow Permitted to Settle Claim.
Permission for settlement of the
claim of Silas K. Willett. Southern
Pacific engineer who was among the
killed in the electric train collision
near Bertha station on May 9, against
the railroad for. $4000 was granted
his estate by Presiding Judge Taz
well yesterday. Mrs. Cora M. Willett,
widow, was appointed administratrix
of the estate.
SCOTTI OPERA TONIGHT
Tonight at the Heilig. 8:15. direc
tion Steers & Coman and the Elwyn
Concert Bureau, the Scotti Grand
Opera company in Li buhtuie, with
Harrold. D'Angelo, Easton, Roselle,
Saturday, double bill. "L'Oracolo"
and "Pagliacci.;'1 with Scotti, Rothier,
D'Angelo, Chamlee. Sundelius, Ro
selle, Kingston, Picco.
Prices: $5. $4T $3. $2.50. Gallery
admission $2. Gallery doors open
Steamer Northwestern leaves Mu
nicipal dock No. 2 " at foot of East
Oak street, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 7 A. M., for Salem and
all way points. Freight and passen
ger service. Returning, leaves Salem
at 6 A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays am
Phone your wanf ads to The Orego
ntan. Main 7070, Automatic 560-95.
Your Search for Lower Prices
Will Lead You to These
Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats
For Men and Young Men
Values that clothes critics will class as
distinctly worth while.
$60 and $75
Representative of the best in
style, fabric and tailoring;.
$30 and $45
Serviceable, good looking and
thorough good value.
Buy Your Fall Wardrobe
at These Prices
Just Received New Fall Ship
Come In Early for Your Model.
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland
Morrison at Fourth S. & H. Stamps Given
"The New Balance
Will It Usher in
Louis K. Dickson
OCTOBER 3 AT 7:43
Women of Woodcraft Hall
Cor. 10th and Taylor
Seats Free Public Invited
FOR BETTER WALLS
RASMUSSEN & CO.
N. E. Cor. Second and Taylor Streets
resident and Nart-ffrsidznt
steel Filing Cabinets and
Safes are "standard" with
the country's greatest com
mercial and banking con
cerns because their trained
purchasing agents knew
Art Metal has the larg
est line of Steel Filing
Cabinets, Safes, Desks,
etc., to select from.
When you buy Art Metal
you make an investment
eei-vice is the dividend.
Ask for catalog
Printers - Bookbinders
63-67 Broadway Portland
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Woolen Mill Building,
Morrison at Third
Woolen Mill Building,
Morrison at Third
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TODAY THE GREAT MONEY-SAVING EVENT STARTS
UAL WOOLEN GOOD
of the BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILL STORE
PRICES CUT ON
MEN'S AND BOYS'
Our prices on all the standard makes of
woolen underwear have always been less
than elsewhere. Now, that we have placed
on sale our entire stock of Men's and Boys'
underwear you may rest assured that
genuine savings await you.
Fine, fleecy woolenvunderwear, the great
est preventive against cold weather
Men's One-piece Suits in heavy, medium
and light weights in all sizes and an
assortment of colors.
Boys' Worsted Union Suits in several dif
ferent weights in the natural shade of
gray. Sizes 6 to 16 years.
Today, and as long as the sale lasts, men,
women and boys throughout the entire state
will take advantage of our liberal price re
ductions on our entire stock of woolen
goods! in our five big stores!
This big annual merchandise event on our woolen goods is eagerly
looked forward to by thousands every year, and this year our buyers
bought thousands of dollars' worth of woolen goods from the largest
and finest woolen mills in the country. Due to the fact that nearly
all of the woolen mills were overstocked because of canceled orders,
our buyers saw a big opportunity to buy at a big saving and in turn
place the output of some, of the finest mills in the country on sale at
genuine value-giving prices, making this year's sale greater than ever.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
OUR MONEY-SAVING SALE AND THUS SUPPLY YOUR
WINTER NEEDS NOW.
MEN'S & BOYS' WOOL
at big reductions
Just in ! Splendid woolen sweat
ers in shades of red, green, blue
and purple. All college and high
school colors in a varied assort
ment of plain colors and stripes.
Also sweater coats, "slip-overs,"
sweater vests and jerseys in all
colors and styles.
at value-giving prices
Splendid cashmere stockings having gray heels and toes and
also extra heavy weights in wool-mixed stockings, will give
your boy warmth, comfort and long wear.
BOYS' Pure-Wool MACKINAWS
Prices cut on entire stock
Here you will see one of the finest assortments of Boys'
wool mackinaws cn the coast. Plain and fancy dark mixtures
of brown, tan, olive green and plaids In several different
weights. A Mackinaw Is the ideal coat for school wear.
BOYS' Flannel SHIRTS
All are reduced
Splendid-values In Boys' flannel shirts and blouses, several
different colors and weights. All nra standard makes.
FINE FLEECE WOOL BLANKETS, AUTO ROBES,
INDIAN ROBES AND COUCH COVERS
At money-saving reductions
Fine wool and wool-mixed blankets in fancy colored plaids, white with pink, blue and
lavender borders and also light and dark gray blankets for camping. Scotch plaids
and dark mixtures in pure-wool auto robes. Indian robes and Couch Covers in rich
colorings and Indian designs. An assortment of browns, grays, tans, red, etc., etc
MEN'S PURE-WOOL HOSE
Entire stock marked down
All weights and weaves in men's cashmere and woolen hose,
in a varied assortment of colors. Sizes are complete.
MEN'S OUTING FLANNELS
Night shirts, pajamas reduced
This stock is complete in a wide range of soft colorings
in all sizes.
MEN'S All-wool MACKINAWS
Just the thing for men who work outside during the winter
months. These are mostly plaids and dark colors in several
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
At a Big Saving
All weights In a'l sizes of olive drab, gray and blue flannel
shirts. Some are extra heavy. '
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EOYS' DEPX. THIRD FLOOR
31ARSHFJELD. NORTH BENS
WOOLEN MILL STORE
Entire Building (S.W. Corner) THIRD and MORRISON
MEN'S Underwear, Sox, Shirts,
Flannels, First Floor
Mackinaws, Second Floor
LARGEST SPECIALTY STORES
IN WOOLEN GOODS
ON THE'PACIFIC COAST
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