Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, January 28, 1921, Page 9, Image 9

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THE MORNING OREGONIAX, FRIDAY,' JANUARY 28 1921
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CITY NEVS IN BRIEF
CUT Editor Main 7070. 5B0-M
Eunday Editor Mam 7070, 560-93
AdvertlKinj Department. . AU: '''I0
EuperioUndent of Bldc.Main iOiU, Sau-A
AMCSKJIEXTS.
HEilto (Broadway at Taylor) Anna
Pavlowa. Tonight.
BAKER tAlder at Eleventh) Baker Stock
company In "Civilian Clothes." Tonight.
ITRIC iBroadway at Morrison) Muiical
comedy. "Bosom Friends." Three aliowa
daily. 2. 7 and P. Ji.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving picture. S to 5.
to 11 P. M. Saturdays. Sunday
and holidays, continuous. 1:15 to 11 P
TANTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three snows daily. 2, 7 and
P. M.
Penitentiary Chaplain Wanted.
Employment of a fuil-time chaplain
or chaplains, who shttild be experi
enced social workers, for the state
penitentiary was recommended by the
board of directors of the Social Work
ers' Association of Oregon at their
luncheon held in Portlcnd Wednesday.
The belief was expressed that the
social welfare of pti.-oners might
thereby be more adequately conserved.
The body also went cn record as op
posed to the consolidation of religious
end educational functions in any state
Institution.
Gordox Bill to Eb Debated. A
lively debate on the Goidon bill pro
viding for a commission to pass upon
city and county budgets will be
etaged at the luncheon of the Realty
loard at the Portland hotel today
m-ith v w. Mulkev supporting- the
iii .nd Tountv Commissioner Hoi
man opposing it. Other bills now be
rnr the legislature will also come
sjp for discussion. W. S. Shively will
Discuss a legal subject of Interest to
real estate men.
Chest Funds Canvassed. A survey
tor available funds w'tit a view to a
report to the board of directors was
made by-the executive committee of
he community chest at a meeting
Jield at the United States National
tank building yesterdiy. The execu
tive committee is maKir.g a thorough
ranvass of the situacicr. The report,
however, which is bei.u: prepared will
rot be made public -ini.il it is given
Into the hands of the directors for
siction, it was announced.
Bird Lecture to Be Gives. 'The
Birds of Prey and Their Allies" will
tie the subject of an) illustrated talk
on birds by W. A. Eilct before the
Oregon Audubon society next Satur
day night in library hall. The hawks,
owls and eagles comprise a world
wide family of great interest and
economic value, and many fine pic
tures will be shown of this group.
The public is invited.
Lebaxom Societt to Meet. The
Lebanon society will hold its annual
winter meeting at the Peninsula park
clubhouse Saturday evening, Feb
ruary 5. All former residents of Leba
r.on are invited to attend Lunch will
be served at 7 o'clock, the soci?ty pro
viding coffee, cream and dishes. New
officers will be elected. Spec'al enter
tainment has been arranged for this
meeting.
League Flaxs Debate. The Reali
zation league will hold an indoor Pic
ric tonight at Sellwd Community
Jiouse. A basket dinner at 6:10 o'clock
will be followed by a oebate on the
question, "Resolved, That the world
owes more to the 'i trentor than to
the discoverer." Thj deba-ters are
TV'esley Safford, Edna Waldele, Shel
don Mills. Fern Saf'ord, Kenneth
Eberk and Alden M'lN.
Two Contributions F.fceived The
Oregonlan yesterday received two ad
ditional contributions to the China
famine fund. These were from A, II.
Devers, $25, and D. I. Rosenfeld, $5.
All contributions reseived by this
newspaper are turned ever to A. L.
Blills. president of the First N'ationa
frank, for transmittal to the New
i'ork headquarters of tho famine fund.
Suit Goes bt Default. The United
Etates forest service his been given
Judgment by default in the local fed
eral court for $67.80 igainst L. W.
Wells of Portland. Wells was charged
with cutting timber illegally in the
fcantiam national forsst for the pur
pose of erecting cabiri. Wells was
raid to have been building cabins and
locating settlers on the land.
Jewish Services Scheduled. Serv
Ices will be held at the Congregation
Kevah Zede.k Talmud Ttrah, Sixth and
Hall streets, tonight at 5:30 o'clock
end- tomorrow mornins at 9 o'clock
llev. Abraham I. Rosencrantz will
officiate at both services. All are
welcome to attend. Religious school
-B-ill be held Sunday morning at 10
o'clock.
Two Sportsmen Fined S. Ter.lguch!
Japanese, was fined $25 at Oregon
City on a charge of hunting without
a. license, according to advices re
ceived by the fish and game commis
sion yesterday, lie was arrested by
Deputy Game Warden H. E. Meads.
Fred Willis, arrested in Clackamas
county for fishing w.thout a license,
was fined $25.
Post to Honor Brnc.v. The Lincoln-Garfield
post of the Grand Army
of the Republic will hold a meeting in
room 575 courthouse this afternoon
at 2 o'clock in commemon-.ion of
'Lord Byron" day. J. D. Stevens will
ppcak. Comrades of the Grand Army
of the Republic and members of the
relief corps and auxiliaries ire in
vited to be present.
The Ex-Skrvice Women of Portland
Post, No. 1. American Legion, will
frive a dame Saturday evening. Jan
uary 29. in the club rooms of the
Portland Tost No. 1, Third and Pine
t treet. All ex-service men, women and
their families are invited to attend
this dance, which will be free of
charge. Tdv. ..
Leoionaires and Ex-Service Men.
Attention! If you can ting, dance,
act, or play an instrument, leave your
name and address or phone number
et Portland Post of the American
Legion, 311 Pine street. Big show
being produced. Sign up now. Adv.
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 ave. Major
John Bree. district officer. Adv.
Carlton Youth Fined $100. Con
Cochran, the Carlton vouth who was
arrested for dispeniiatr liquor at a
New Year's dance :n that town.
I leaded guilty before Federal Judge
xean yesieraay ana was fined $100.
Saves time and trouble for travel
ing salesmen, city salesmen and
solicitors, new Briscoe compartment
roaosters. M'tchell-Lewia & Staver
Co., Broadway at Everett. Adv.
Burglart. Holdup. Firk or any kind
of insurance. Phone Mar. 2391. W. R.
McDonald Co., Yeon bids. All claims
paid direct from our office. Adv.
Salesmen should see the new Briscoe
compartment roadster now being
shown by Mitchell-Lewis & Staver Co.,
Broadway at Everett sts. Adv.
The Future of Palestine will be
Tiabbi Wise's topic at Temple Beth
Israel Sunday morning at 11. No seats
are reserved. Adv.
School Books, bought and eold at
Hyland's, 4th St., between Taylor and
Ealmon Red front Adv.
Lewis-Stenger, Morrison at Tenth,
grind razors, scissors, knives perfectly.
Adv.
Spanish Teacher. Rita Hansen, 785
Tark avenue. Main 2951. Adv.
Kemmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co,
mine agents. East 1188. Adv.
Dan Marx & Co., Jewelers, moved
to 315 Washington St. Adv.
Doctor E. Wickstrom returned.
Medical bldg. Adv.
. Da. Datton, glasses. Swetland bldg.
t Adv.
. Dr. J. EnxtsoN has returned. Adv.
Gardener Estate Worth. $50.000.
Colonel Cornelius Gardener, retired
army officer, who formerly lived In
Portland, and who died on January 2,
1921, in Los Angeles county. Cali
fornia, left an estate in Oregon
valued at $50,000, according to the
petition for probate of will filed in
the circuit court yesterday. Approx
imately one-half is in real estate.
Heirs are Bessie P. Gardener, widow;
Allen W. and Fred A. Gardener, sons;
Mrs. E. M. Sargent, Barendia Gar
dener and Martha Gardener, daugh
ters. The widow is to receive $2000 a
year under the terms of the will, as
long as she remains unmarried, this
to come from the net income of the
estate, which is to be held in trust
until the youngest child reaches the
age of 21 years, at which time it is to
be apportioned equally.
Other Women Prompt Divorce.
Ernest Holton would show his wife
photographs of himself taken with
other women, and brag of the affec
tion they had for him. said Mrs. Jan
Gray Holton in a complaint for di
vorce filed in the circuit court yes
terday. Other divorce suits filed
were: Gusta against Morris Simon
Edward H. against Hazel Witt, Ethel
against George W. Porter, Tony
against Violet Keffeler, Nellie P.
against Fred Willey, H. against Mary
Kersten, and Vivian L. against John
A. Henry.
Eight Indictments Returned. In
dictments returned by the Multnomah
county grand Jury yesterday Included
tv illiam W. H. Cyrus, alias Robert
Hanson, assault with intent to rob
George Pantland and Frank Evans
assault with, intent to rob; D. R.
Johnson, forgery; William Smith
forgery; Milo J. Elliott, forgery
Frank Green, larceny, and Earl L.
Kersting, defrauding an innkeeper.
Jackson Club Will Meet. The
Jackson club will hold its regu
lar meeting at the Central library
at 8 o'clock tonight, Austin F. Flegel
the new president, presiding for the
first time. The speaker will be Ed
gar Breed, formerly of Tennessee
but now a resident of Portland. He
will have as his subject "Benjamin
"Franklin."
Woman Sues for Damages. Dam
ages of $5350 are asked from the
Broadway Auto Service company by
Louise van Orsdall in a suit filed in
the circuit court yesterday, In which
she asserts that on November 11
1920, ehe was dragged for eight
blocks by a machine owned by the
company when her dress caught in
the door of the taxicab.
Entertainment la Planned. An
entertainment will be given at the
men's resort Saturday night at 8
o'clock. Mrs. Ella Hoberg Tripp and
Ray McAuley will supply musical
numbers. Moving pictures will be
shown. Rev. Levi Johnson will give
a snort talk.
Lowenoart Estate Appraised. An
estate valued at $88,380 was left by
the late Ired I Lowengart. accord
ing to the inventory filed in the pro
bate division of the circuit court yes
terday by Milton Myer, B. D. Sigler
and David M. Dunne, appraisers.
2 BIG MEETS SOON DUE
COXTENTIOX IX EAST OP 151.
POItTAXCE TO BCSlXESS ME
United States Chamber to Convene
April 2 6-2 9 and Trade Coun
cil Slay 4-6 Inclusive.
Two national conventions of Im
portance to business men of the coun
try are scheduled for the next 90
days, the first being that of the
United States chamber of commerce,
Atlantic City, April 26-29. and the
other the National Foreign Trade
council. Cleveland, May 4-6 inclusive.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce
officials urge that business men who
contemplate making eastern trips this
spring endeavor to make arrange
ments to Join the delegations that
will attend both of these conventions.
Portland sent a trainload of dele
gates to the last session of the Na
tional Foreign Trade council, held In
San Francisco, and the exhibit dis
played there by the chamber's public
ity department attracted attention
from delegations all over the world.
"The Atlantic City and Cleveland
conventions will be attended by the
leading business men of America,"
said Frank Ira White, manager of the
foreign trad-e department of the
Portland chamber. "Both of these
conventions will afford an excep
tional opportunity to impress upon
the leaders of industry Portland's
dustrial advantages and we are hop
ing that all of the city's business men
who are to go east this spring will
try to arrange to attend.
At the members forum of the
chamber February 7 there will be
discussions as to how these conven
tions may best be utilized to Fort
land's advantage. Speakers will set
forth the various features connected
with each meeting. Nathan Strauss
is a director of the United States
chamber of commerce. H. B. Van
Duzer, O. M. Clark and A. C. Callan
are vice-presidents of the National
Foreign Trade council and M. 11.
Houser is a member.
MRS. L0WNSDALE DIES
Illness of Several Mouths Is Fata!
to Portland "Woman.
Mxs. Harriett Lownsdale, wife of
C. D. Lownsdale, of this city, died at
her home, 69 North Twenty-first
street, yesterday morning, after an
illness of several months. She was
the eldest daughter of the late T. J.
Johnston, a well-known business man
of Portland, and was born and edu
cated in this city.
sne is survived by ner Husband, a
daughter, Miss Gladys Lownsdale,
two sisters, Miss Caroline Johnston
and Mrs. R. M. Barrett, all of Port
land, and a brother, T. W. Johnston
of San Francisco.
The funeral will be held from Hol-
man's chapel at 10 A. M. tomorrow
and interment will be at Riverview
cemetery.
Jump From Car Breaks I.cs.
George Hauskins, aged 34. Wash
ington hotel, broke his leg when he
jumped from a moving stret car at
Third and Washington streets early
yesterday morning. He was firet
taken to the city emergency hos
pital and later to St. Vincent's hos
pital. Witnesses said Hauskins was
in too greata, hurry to alight and
swung from the car just as it was
6lowing to stop at the corner.
CARD OF THANKS.
The undersigned desire to thank
the friends, and especially Nobel
Lodge. No. 184, Vasa Order of America,
for their kind assistance during the
slckuess and death of Axel H. Ander
son. (Signed)
Ernest Carlson.
Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Anderson.
CARD OF THAXKS.
We wish to express our appreciation
for the kindness shown us by our
many friends and relatives during
the illness and death of our beloved
son and brother. Leonhard Christ.
(Signed) MRS. MARY GESTRA
Adv. AND FAMILY.
Roslyn-Beaver Hilt furnace coal,
$12.25, curb. Edlefsen's. Bdwy. 70-Adv.
Braiding, erabroiaery. Hemstitching.
Booth', Morgan building. AdT,
-pounding 'em down!
and in one smashing- wallop! Down go prices on
our splendid Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes.
All year round makes that are nationally known!
We're disregarding costs sparing nothing! Get
yours early!
for Kuppenheimer Suits and Over
coats. Grades to $75.
for Lion Service Suits and Overcoats.
Grades to $65.
$37
$27
for Lion Service Suits and Overcoats.
Grades to $35.
Boys' Juvenile and Knicker
Suits
Grades to $12.50
$6
Sizes 2A to 10 years
Big Boys' Knicker
Suits
Grades to $16.50
Sizes 15, 16, 17, 18 years
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland
fllorrison at Fourth S. & H. Stamps Given
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293 MORRISON STREET
(Xear Corner Fifth)
Extraordinary Sale!
During this special sale we will positively dispose of our ex
clusive Dresses, Gowns, beautiful Suits, many exclusive wraps
and hundreds of Coats, plain and fur trimmed.
In Serges and Silks. Sale Price
TIMBER' FRAUD ALLEGED
Government Sues Oregon jLumber
Company for $53,000.
Suit was Instituted yesterday by
the government, jn federal court,
against the Oregon Lumber company
a Utah corporation, for the recovery
of $53,000, alleged to have been the
value of timber cut from a tract in
the La Grande district procured by
fraudulent entry.
The company was charged with
cutting 3,389,000 feet of timber from
land filed upon in 1899 by John Olson,
who, the government contends, was
fraudulent entrant. Olson was al
leged to have proved up in 1900 and
the land was transferred to the Ore
gon Lumber company, througn its
president, David Eccles, of Salt Lake
City. Action to cancel the entry was
taken by the government in isn.
The present suit is entirely a 'civil
action to recover.
MORTGAGE LOANS.
On Improved city real estate; prompt
service, no delays. Portlr 1 Trust Co-
Sixth and Morrison. Adv.
S. & H. green scamps for cash.
Hnlman Fuel Co. Main 353. 560-21.
Adv
PIANO
SALE
EVERY PIAXO REDITED
NEW STANDARD PIANOS
$395
ISED PI'OS VI .to AXD l"P,
TERMS GIVEN
SEIBERLING-LUCAS MUSIC CO.
125-127 Fourth St., Xear
Wanhlnsrton.
Westover Heights Home
$35,000
I recently completed an elaborate
Georgian Colonial home of hollort
tile and etuoro construction; it's
located on a double lot at No. 1079
WESTOVER ROAD, commanding
an unobstructed view of the entire
city, all of the mountains and of
the river.
It was designed by A. Rollln
Caughey of New York city and has
every new feature including champagne-colored
brofaded silk paneled
walls, batik hand-painted solarium,
2 hand-carved fireplaces, arches and
exterior decorations; 12 sets of
French doors, a dainty breakfast
room, 17x30 living room, yestibule
with toilet and lavatory and coat
closet and an ornamental iron stair.
On the second floor you'll find
4 main bedrooms with dressing
room and 2 elaborate all-tile baths.
Specially designed electric fixtures,
all high-lighted in beautiful colors,
have been installed. In fact, the
most expensive decorations have
been used throughout.
Two maids' rooms with bath are
entirely separated from the rest
of the house. All floors are 1-inch
eastern oak: a double, hot-water-heated
garage Is connected to house
by iron door. The painting is all
6-coat work rubbed down between
loats, making a piano finish. There's
a dandy billiard room in basement,
also laundry, fruit, store and fur
nace rooms with excellent lighting.
Special attention has been given
to the heating system, the most ex
pensive automatic gas. hot water
plant having been installed, ifcith
1-3 more radiation than required.
The walls being 10 inches thick
and of hollow tile and stucco, in
sures minimum cost of heating. The
construction throughout is far above
the ordinary; It's built Just as you
would build your own home.
I'll carry $20,000 for you at 6 per
cent and might take Jn a well
located, moderate-priced city home
at a fair price.. Shown by appoint
ment only.
R, II. TORREY. Owner, Tabor 407.
RELIANCE MT. HOOD
AUTO STAGES
to Sandy, Welches, Tawney's, Rhododen
dron and Government Camp. Winter sched
ule: Leave Routledge Seed Store, 145 2d
st., Sat. 8:30 A. M. : return Sunday F. M.
Summer schedule: Daily. 8 A. M.
Owned and operated by Irvfngton Garage
Auto Co., J. L, S. Snead, Pres., t01
East Broadway. Phone East 135.
COMING!
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May Peterson
METROPOLITAN SOPRANO
Soloiat Portland Symphony Or
chestra, Carl Denton, Conductor.
February 2, Heilig Theater
Mail orders, if accompanied by
check and salf-'iddres..ed stamped
envelope, care Portland faympnony
Orchestra. Sherman. Clay & Co..
will receive attention in the order
of their receipt in advance of reg
ular sale.
Prices: 12.50. 2. $1.50, $1 Gen
eral admission 75 cents. Box office
opens January 31st.
LESS
THAN
i PRICE
lush Coat
At $12.95, $10.95 and
OVERCOATS
Made "Ready-to-Wear" in our big tailor
ing shops and sold direct to you at "Mill-
to-Man" prices.
Some More Some Less!
$2(P 3(P
$07.50 hif-ir liP w
Suits
Overcoats
Pants
Mackinaws
BROWNSVILLE CLOTHES are made
"ready to wear" in our big tailoring
shops and sold direct to the wearer with
the profit of the middleman eliminated.
That's why Brownsville OREGON-MADE
garments are in greater demand than
ever before.
BROWNSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL STORE
Entire Bldg. (S. W. Cor.) 3d and Morrison
PORTLAND
Astoria, Eugene, Marshfield, North Bend
LESS
THAN
i2 PRICE
Women's and Misses' Coats
Plain and fur trimmed. Many in this lot priced to $85
at $29.95 and $19.95
Women's and Misses' Suits
Priced to $65.00. ffi - O QCf
To be sold out at P 0.70
Plush Coats K$29 J19H
Odds and Ends in
SILK WAISTS
Extra Special
i
BSEU
"Art Metal
Steel Filing Cabinets,
lightweight safes,
vault trucks, etc.,
built on the
sectional plan,
permit you to
add to your
filing equipment
as your needs require.
Glass & Prudhomme
Company
Printers Bookbinders
Desks Filing Cabinets
65-67 Broadway Portland
HOME
BUILDERS
See This Lot
It is the pride of Westover
Terrace, wonderful view from
Mt Hood to the hills on our
west with a wide expanse of
mountain, city, and river be
tween. Cannot be obstructed.
Will sell at a figure less than
the present value of these lots.
See it and you will be con
vinced of its unusual value.
Phone Broadway 4184
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LEOPOLD DESKS
MACEY FILES AXD SAFES
PACIFIC ssris
107 2nd St Bet. Wash, and Stark
COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS
WHEN YOU GO TO
SAN FRANCISCO
AT THE HOTEL
STEWART
On Geary St., Jnst off Union Square,
elosa to everything worth while. Good
accommodations at moderate rtes.
Breakfast, 60c, 60c, 75c; Lunch, 75c;
Dinner, 1.25 (Srndays, $1.50). Muni
cipal car passes the door. Stewart
Motor Bus meets principal trains and
steamers. It is advisable to make res
ervations in advance of arrival.
Phone Your Want Ads to
THE OREGONIAN
Main 7070. . Automatic 560-95
BEAVER DOARD
FOR BETTER WALLS
A2".D CEILINGS
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RASMUSSEN & CO.
N. E. Cor. Second and Taylor Street
TRAVELING SALESMAN
CONTINUALLY DIZZY
Mr. W. A. Pavis, residing at Hunt
ington Park, Calif., reports that grad
ually he became run down and was
afflicted with severe headaches and
dizziness. He says that he completely
lost his "pep" and was afraid that ha
would soon lose his position as a trav
eling salesman unless he recovered his
strength and normal poise.
He was induced by a clerk In one.
of the stores of the Owl Drug Com
pany In Los Angeles to try Vinol.
Within a month Mr. Davis says ha
observed a decided improvement and
now he is feeling fine.
Vinol, the wonderful recuperative
tonic for weakened or emaciated men,
women and children is sold by Clarke-
Woouard JUrus Co., l'ottland. Or.
Adv.