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THE 3IORNING OREGOXIAN", SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920
CITY NEWS I N BRIEF
fitr Editor Slain 7070. 680-S5
Sunday Kdltor Main 7070, 6HO-8J
Advenlnlng department. .Main 7070. 5H0-91
superintendent ot Bids. .Main 7070. 300-91
UE1LIG (Broadway at Taylor) Scotti
-ranrl Opera company In "LOracolo"
and "Fagllacci." Tonight.
BAKER (Alder at Eleventh) HaKer Stock
company n "Business Before Pleasure."
This aiternoon and tonight.
LYRIC (Broadway at Morrison) Musical
comedy. "In Honolulu." Three, shows
uai.y, 2. 7 and 0 P. M.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. 2 to 5.
B:4. to H P. M. Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PAXTAGE3 (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows daily, 2:30, 7 and
IJUNDRVMES TO PASS THROUGH ClTT.
Prominent laundry owners and
managers from eastern and middle
western citie are scheduled to arrive
in Portland October $ on the way to
the annual convention of the Laundry
Owners' National association at ?an
Francisco October 11 to 1. and during
their brief stay here will be enter
tained by the local laundry owners.
The eastern laundry men who are to
attend the San Francisco meeting
have arranged to meet In Chicago
from the various eastern and middle
western cities, and to come west in
epecial cars over the Canadian Pa
cific. The delegation is thus sched
uled to reach here the morning of
October 8, and will remain here
throughout the day. Plans of enter
tainment for the day, includinf? a trip
over the Columbia river highway and
a banquet in the evening, are being
prepared by the Portland association
ot laundry owners of which J. K.
Stuart is president and K. A. Speer
Iin.vton Road Accident Fatal.
Mike Krceg, dairyman employed by
Columbia university, died at Good
Samaritan hospital yesterday as the
result a fractured skull sustained
Tuesday night on the Linnton road
when he was struck by an automo
bile driven by Harry A. Prosser of
208V4 Third street. The accident oc
curred when Krceg was driving some
cattle along the road. The driver of
the machine struck the dairyman
when he was trying to avoid run
ning Into the cattle.
Mexicans Peddlers Sent to Jail..
Pedro Pango and Louis Vega. Mexi
cans, were sent to jail for 60 days
each by Municipal Judga Kossman on
charges of vagrancy after they had
been arrested while peddling goods be
lieved by the police to have been
tolen. The men were arrested by In
spectors Coleman and Collins when
they were caught trying to sell some
gloves. A number of shirts were
later found In their room by the In
spectors. Husband Faces Criminal, Charge.
Paul P.. Buckley, 22. who was charged
with contributing to the delinquency
of a minor as a result of his mar
riage to 16-year-old Ruth Kemph at
Vancouver, Wash.. Thursday, will
have a hearing in the municipal court
today. Huckley was arrested on
charges filed against him by the
girl's mother, Mrs. C. E. Kemph. The
trirl was formerly employed at
Roberts Bros.' .store.
Creston Gets Playground. A ten
acre tract was purchased yesterday
by the city to be used as a park and
playground for the Creston district.
The property was purchased from
Thomas J. Krueger and is located at
Powell Valley road and east of
Forty-third street. Commissioner Pier
handled the negotiations and an
nounced the purchase price at 112,040.
Foresters Making Investigations.
W. II. Gibbons, forest examiner in
charge of products in the local office,
and C. P. Winslow, director of the
Madison laboratory of the United
States forest service, are In Seattle
conducting special investigations for
the I'niversity of Washington. They
will go on to Victoria to attend the
Aesthetic dancing and gymnasium
Classes taught by Miss Georgia "Wcy
and swimming classes taught by Miss
Lillian Hansen will open at the Y. W.
C. A. Monday, October 4. Classes for
little girls teen age, girls and busi
ness girls will be given morning,
afternoon and evening. Make applica
tion at once. Adv.
Man Found Dead. J. S. Wagner.
60, laborer, was found dead in his
room at the. Globe lodging house,
First and Couch streets, yesterday
Deputy Coroner Calkins expressed
belief that death was due to natural
causes. The man had apparently been
dead for about 24 hours when he ;
Trip Mat Be Called Off. Unless
there is a decided change in the
weather the Mazamas will not leave
Portland this evening for Table moun
tain, it was announced last night. All
those planning to make the trip have
been asked to get In touch with the
club, cither by phone or otherwise.
After several years' clerical experi
ence In physician's office, I am now
devoting my entire time to keeping
physicians' accounts. I may be able
to save you money and to relieve you
of many worrisome business details.
D 84, Oregonian. Adv.
Fake Collector Sought. Louis
Filippi, 50 North Second street, re
ported to the police yesterday that
a man wearing a star collected 25
from him for what was declared to
be "due taxes." The police are looking
for the collector.
Do Not Forget 'to call up East 3088
when you want the Salvation Army
auto-truck to call for cast off cloth
ing, magazines, newspapers, furniture,
etc. Address 24-26 Union are. Major
John Bree, district officer. Adv.
Dance and Enjoy Yourself
Tonight Cotillion Hall.
America's Finest Ballroom.
Best Dance Orchestra.
Public Invited; Strangers Welcome
Every Wed. and Sat. Adv.
Students of Pharmacy and Den
tistry Take Notice! The annual ses
sion of North Pacific college, Port
land, Or., will begin September SO.
Degree students are not admitted
later than October 10. Adv.
St. Martin s Mineral Springs Hotel
Company, formerly Shipherd's, Carson,
Wash., open all the year. Steam heat
In all rooms. John E. Kelly, manager.
Dance. McElroy's orchestra, Mur
lark hall. 23d and Washington sts.
every Wednesday and Saturday. Adv
Woman's Exchange will be open
and take all needle work and food
orders until October 15. Adv.
Milk Cure at Moore Sanitarium:
the quick way to health. E. 37. Adv.
Dr. Geo. II. Buck resumes practice.
Grand at Hawthorne ave. Adv.
Kemmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co,
mine agents East 11SS. Adv.
Wanted. To rent a static electric
machine. East 4731. Adv.
Dr. McMahon's. lOOTi chiropractic.
Wanted to Borrow
from private individual
Five years, on wcll-impraved
property leased to responsi
ble corporation Answer at
once. D 79, Oregonian.
Scout Activities Extended. Boy
Scout activities have been extended
to more than 250 boys of Portland
during the past ten day;, through the
addition of eight new scout masters.
A score of additional men have under
consideration the matter of becoming
scout masters and at least that num
ber Is needed to fill vacancies. Lead
ers who have recently Joined the Boy
Scout ranks are: Parrlsh Williams,
troop 5, Chapman school: D. A. Cham
bers, troops. Woodstock school; Leslie
M. Oliver, troop 85, First Methodist
Episcopal church; A. R. Smith, troop
86. Gilbert .school: Al Moore, troop
11. Kennedy school: K. W. Murfree.
troop 52. Irvington school; E. M.
Burns, troop 72. Holladay school: L.
W. Williams, new troop at St. Johns
Dr. Carl T. Ross, Stevena bldg.,
Dr. Willard A. Roberts returned.
WOOLENS ARE DOWN!
Prices Are Cut In Woolen Goods
The big-, annual woolen poods eale
of the Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
at Third and Morrison, is now under
way. This is the one big merchandis
ing event of the year, eagerly looked
forward to by thousands. Men's and
boys underwear, hosiery, flannel
shirts, pajamas, night shirts, sweaters
and maekinaws as well as other ar
t icles have been reduced. Blan kets,
bathrobes. Indian robes, and auto
robes have been marked down. See
our windows today. Ad-v.
SCOTTI OPERA TONIGHT
Tonight at the Heilie. S:15. direc
tion Steers & Coinan and the Elwyn
Concert Bureau, the Scotti Grand
Opera company in the double . bill,
"L'Oracolo" and "Pagliacci." with
Scotti. Kothier. D'Angelo. Chamlee,
Sundellus, Koselle, Kingston, Picco.
Prices: $5, $4, $3, $2.50. Gallery
admission $2. Gallery doors open
Rain Damages Prunes.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. J. (Spe
cial.) A heavy rain storm struck
Clarke county last night and lasted
all day today. It has done an im
m.ense amount of damage to the
prunes left op the trees and in many
parts, if not all. puts an end to the
prune harvest. Some of the farmers
have reported that they have lost as
high as 60 per cent of this year's
crop on account of rain.
Grand Jury Files Indictments.
Indictments returned with the final
report of the September grand jury
yesterday- were the following: Deslie
L.. Hatton. assault and battery: Frank
lin W. Pierce and Cecil Becraft, statu
tory charge: J. Smith, bribery: Perry
Smith, statutory charge; WilHam
Stillwell, statutory charge, and Ches
ter Sheparrf. larceny.
Scotti Grand Opera
Mmes. Marie Sundelius,
Messrs, Mario Chamlee,
Leon Rothier, Louis
followed by .
Famous Welsh Tenor
Miss Anna Roselle and Messrs.
Millo Picco, Mario Laurenti,
Mr. Carlo Peroni, conducting.
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
service is the dividend.
Ask for catalog
Printers - Bookbinders
65-67 Broadway Portland
p - : ' - - "jf', 74t v- .j
HELD DUE TO COSTS
Game Increasing as Whites
Leave, Says Biologist.
LOW GOLD IS BLAMED
Until Metal Is More Valuable, Pop
ulation Will Continue to De
crease, It Is Declared.
With the high cost of living- re
ducing the white population of Alas
ka, according to E. W. Nelson, head
of the United States bureau of bio
logical survey, now in the city, wild
life is coming into its own and game
is steadily on the increase In that
section. Mr. Nelson, who has his
headquarters in "Washington, D. C
arrived in Portland yesterday after
passing three months in Alaska study
ing animal conditions there. He will
remain through today in conference
with Stanley G. Jewett of the local
office and other district officials.
"Until the value of gold rises high
er than its present relation to prices,"
Mr. Nelson declared, "people will con
tinue to leave Alaska. Supplies and
freight rates are high and wages
average less than in the United States.
Poor transportation interferes with
development of the country. One of
the big results of the exodus is the
increase in many sections of moose,
caribou and mountain sheep, all but
the caribou being particularly plen
tiful on the Kenal peninsula."
Alaska, he said, has two industries
growing yearly in importance. One
is the raising of blue fox on islands
on the southeast coast, these having
at present more than 3000 of the
rare animals, extremely valuable for
their fur. They breed much more
freely than black fox and Mr. Nel
son cited Instances of where a pair
at one place had 14 young and an
other pair had 12 during the present
season. The average is from five to
seven to the pair.
Reindeer ranching is the other fea
ture that is destined to increase the
wealth of Alaska, he says. There
are now 200.000 domesticated rein
deer in the north, about 50.000 of
them belonging to white men.
The animals are herded like sheep
on the Arctic plains, where they live
on the abundant growth of small veg--ation
in summer and on reindeer
doss aug up from under the snow in
winter. The young are hardy and are
often born on the open plains when
the temperature is below zero. They
can soon follow their mother and in
a few days are able to run with great
The value of reindeer lies In the
meat and skins.
Oregon City Fire Plan Offered.
OREGON CITY. Or., Oct. 1. (Spe
cial.) At the last meeting of the
city council Mayor Holman appoint
ed a committee to meet with members
of the fjre department to take up the
matter of reorganization, which was
done at a meeting Thursday. It was
recommended that Oregon City have
three firemen on the payroll, a chief,
captain and one lieutenant, with 12
paid for work done at fires, and it
call men. The call men would be
jjppgsv r fsliipl fv
Down the Trail to Home Sweet
Home By William Robyn
I'm in Heaven When I'm in My
Tell Me. Little Gypsy. By John Steel
The Girls of My Dreams
By John Steel
..By Billy Murray and Ed. Smalle
Swanee By Peerless Quartet
Virginian Jod-ge First Session
Part I By Walter Kelly
Virginian Judge First Session
Part II By Walter Kelly
74636 Rigoletto Paraphrase de Concert
By Alfred Cortot
64S98 En Calesa By De Gogorza
74633 Faust Dio Possente By De Luca
S7313 Au Prlntemps.By Geraldine Farrar
74634 Allegro Moderato a la Polka. . .
By Fionzaley Quartet
64SOS When You Are Away
By Mabel Garrison
74635 Valse By Jascha Heifetz
891S8 Stabat Mater Quis est Homo...
By Mme. Homer and Miss Homer
64061 Honor and Love
By John McCormack
74B31 Largo from "New World" Sym
phony. By Philadelphia Orchestra
68623 Africana Adamastor, re dell'onde
Profonde By Titta Ruffo
64897 Gypsy Love Song
By iteinald Werrenrath
149 Sixth Street
Between Morrison and Alder
llP illl ijjp
Have you tried our Portland's only
Liberty Pancakes restaurant serving
served with Maple Syrup? Swiss Pastry
STEAKS AND CHOPS
$60 and $65 Suits
Young Men's Silk-Lined Models
Men's Plain-Lined Models
' Special at
Single and double-breasted models
in cassimeres, cheviots, worsteds
and serges. All the popular colors.
Sizes 33 to 44.
Morrison at Fourth
was decided that not less than five
men should sleep at the fire depart
ment headquarters every night.
100x100 with rail and
water connections. Suit
able for hay, grain, ma
D 80, Oregonian
By William Robyn
Sundays and Evenings
87 Fifth St.
Stark and Oak
Overcoats and Raincoats
Gabardines, iridescents and English
rainproof ed cloth in single and dou-
ble breasted models. With or with
out belts. Sizes 33 to 44.
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in
TODAY . ,
Hoody's Peanut 1 r
Butter, per lb -LOU
Campbell's Soups, A A
ner dozen D-L J. X
large, per case . .
Extra Standard Tomatoes,
2y2s, per C1 rf
Libby's Large White Aspar
agus, per GP OC
Libby's Hillsdale Asparagus
Tips, per (JO OK
Libby's Sliced Tineapple,
2, per fl J qr
214 s, per
Slightly Damaged Teaches,
2',2S, per CQ 1 0
Slightly Damaged Apri
cots, 2V2S, per QO QfT
100 lbs. .....
Ivory Soap, small
size, - per dozen
Pearl White Soap,
Ripe Olives, bulk,
Large Green Ol- PO pf
ives, bulk, gal... DDJ
Hershey's Chocolate Bars,
Milk and Almond, ry
per bar I C
Per box $1.50
Small White Beans,
20 lbs. for . . M
Write for Monthly Price L.lt
20S-210 THIRD STREET.
A course for bookkeepers and
accountants, using government
income tax forms.
Frank L. Beach, Instructor
Auditor Hibernia Bank
Classes Just Opening
Oregon Institute of Technology
4th Floor Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
Main 8700 .
Rebuilt and in fine condition, new
top, plate glass in back curtain. This
is a great buy for some one as the
price has been reduced to J950 for
iuiclc sale. Terms.
Covey Motor Car Company
Washington St.. at 'J 1st
Just in new
1 If 11
S. & H. Stamps
PENCl-:, D. LI, Pnstor
10:30, "Who Is the Well-Bal-
7:30, "Spectators and the Race"
A Stud;- of Life's Audlenre
Ciood Munlc Welcome
Hear Dr. W.B.Hinson
A Great Preacher With a
"Christ in the Garden"
"Paul in Portland"
East Side Baptist Church
Cor. East 20th and Salmon
Reached by Hawthorne, Mt. Ta
bor and Sunnyside cars to E. 20th.
Dr. Hinson lectures on the Bible
every Thursday from 3 to 4 at
the church. Subject this week:
"The Book of God"
Park and Columbia
Harold H. Griffis, Minister
Sunday, October 3, 1920
Rally Day Sermon, 11 A. M.
"The Tender Pilgrims"
Sermon by Pastor, 7:45 P. M.
"The Three Fools of the Bible"
Music by Church Quartet
19th and Everett Sts.
A. A. MORRISON, Rector
Services 8 A. M., 11 A. M., 8 P. M.
Special Musical Service This
If you appreciate a beautiful serv
ice, dignified worship, and a
thoughtful sermon, come to Trin
ity you will be welcome.
Unity of Mind
C. A. Strickland
Theosophical Hall, 301 Central Bldg.
Sunday, 8 P. M.
Class in the Secret Doctrine Mon
day, 8 P. M.
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School for Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
Z&? MR. J. E- Myers
Individual Pumpkin Pies
Delicious little Pics with a flaky crust
and rich, creamy, pumpkin filling.
15c each 2 for 25c
Made fresh daily for service in our
dining rooms and for sale to take
home, at our
126 Tenth Street
Pastry Counter, Broadway Hazelwood
ZJ VcONFECnONEKf & RESTAURANT
demonstration .of the
Vacuum-Cup Washing Machine
Heated by Gas.
"It Steams as It Cleans."
Three-year evening course prepares for C. P. A. Examination
and executive positions. Course leads to B. C. S. Degree.
New Classes Now Forming
School of Business Administration and Accountancy.
Oregon Institute of Technology,
Fourth Floor, V. M. C. A. Building.
12th and Alder Streets
Harold Leonard Bowman
7:43 P. M-
Second In Series on
MUX OK THK
"TIIR 5LAVK DKAI.
EHS OF DOTI1AX."
Mohammedan Holy War
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
prevent or postpone ?
Tabernacle, 6th and Montgomery
Sunday Evening Come
Professor Hibbard, Speaker
Good music arranged.
Church of Our Father
Broadway at Yamhill
William G. Eliot, Jr., Minister
11A.M. "A Chain of
7:45 P.M. "Death-bed
Government ot the rople. by the
people, for the people will perish
from the earth if we lose our
spiritual vision. A quiet hour ot
sincere worship will clear your
vis-ion. and give you a fresh heart
for life's disciplines and duties.
10:30 A. M., '- ' I
Portland Gas & Coke
The New Balance
Will It Usher ia
Sermon-Lecture bv 3
Louis K. Dickson
October 3 at 7:45
Women of Woodcraft Hal
Cor. 10th and Taylor
Seats free. Public invited.
Splendid Musical Program
Park and Madison Sts.
Bdwy. and I-J Cars to Block of
DR. McELVEEN PREACHES
11 A. M. "The New Church for
the New Day."
7:13 P. M "Ghosts."
Unexcelled quartet and chorus of
25 voices. Jos. A. Finley, con
ductor. Thursday Night, Dr. McKlveen's
Current Events Talk
Co. I a
ar Fifth. JS
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