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THE MORNING OREGONIAX, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1921
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Mln 770. 50-5
S-ujiday Editor Main 7070. 5H0-9S
dvrtisina; Department. . Main 707"). 50-93
.Super. meruit nt of B dg. .Main 7070. 5l0-l5
ORPHECM i Broadway at Taylor) Vaude-
rl lr. Thin afternoon and tonight.
BAKER (Morrison at Eleventh) Baker
Stock company in "Littla Teacher.
LTR1C (Broadway at Morrison)-r-Mnatcal
comedy. "The Patriot." Three snow,
daily. 1, 7 and 9 PM.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at TamhDI)
Vaudeville and moving picture. 2 to 5.
6M5 to 11 P. M Saturdaya. Sunday,
and holidays, continuous. 1:15 to 11 P- M.
PA XT AGES (Broadwar at AMer) Vaude
ville. Thrte ahows daily. 2, 7 and :05
AL'DITORIL'M (Third at Clay) San Carlo
grand opera company in "Mine. Butter-
Jnivr Isstallatiox Held. The Con
gregation Ncvah Zeriek Talmud Torah
and Its auxiliary held joint Installa
tion of officers who were elected iu
serve during the coming- year. The
following were installed for the con
gregation: 1). NemerovsKy. presiaeni,
D. A. JCudelman. vice-president; Dr.
George Rubenstein. recording secre
tary; financial secretary. Sam Ton
ken; treasurer, A. Spellman. The fol
lowing trustees were installed: M.
Gait (life trustee). Morris Goldblatt,
Charles Edelson. H. Goldstein. .M.
Abrams and J. H. Eadder. Auxiliary
officers installed were: President,
IWr. I. Savransky: vice-president, Mrs.
r.. Gordon; secretary, Mrs. Rose Gold
blatt; treasurer. Mrs. W. Lv Broun
Ftein. and the following trustees: Mrs.
H. Goldstein. Mrs. H Bromberg. Mrs.
A. B. Goldstein. Dr. George Kuben
stein was Installing officer for both
IfAttBT Gaze, lecturer for the Uni
versal Psychology association, will
commence a series- of public free lec
tures in the assembly hall of the
, Multnomah hotel Wednesday evening.
Feb. 16. at 8:15. The opening lecture
is on the subject, "How Constructive
Psychology Will Enable You to At
tain Prosperity." On Thursday, 8:15,
In the Multnomah. Mr. Gaze will lec
ture on "Perfect Health"; also Sunday
evening at 8:15. On Sunday morning
a special lecture will be given at the
muufcipal auditorium on "The New
Way to Health. Happiness and Suc
cess." All welcome. Adv.'
Wolf to Go to Zoo. The Cascade
u-olf. recently captured by govern
ment trappers in the Santiam national
forest, will be transferred from the
Oregon Humane society to the city
zoc for temporary care, according to
an announcement of C. P. Keyser, park
superintendent. The wolf was put in
tho care of the humane society soon
after crriving In the city. His fore
leg was injured in the trap and it
was treated here. Word has not been
received from Washington, D. C. as
t. whether or not the wolf is wanted
there for the national zoological
Slater's Sasitt Questioned.
Through a formal order of Presiding
Circuit Judge Kavanaugh, issued yes
terday. Dr. William House. Dr. S. E.
Josephi and Dr. W. T. Williamson,
prominent alie.iists, have been re
quested to pass on the sanity of
Joseph C. Poeschl, slayer of Attorney
Charles J. Schnabel. This will not be
in the nature of an examination which
might end in commitment to Salem
as a charge of first-degree murde:
ha been filed against Poeschl, but
wih be used by the defense in an at
tempt to establish Insanity at tn
Mack to Attend Convention. Dr.
D. W. Mack of this city is on th
programme for the milk conventio
to be held in Seattle February 16
and IS. This will be the fifth annual
meeting of the northwest milk dealers
ani the ninth convention of the Fa
clfic Northwest Association of Dairy
at.u M'lk Inspectors. A. F. Bird of
Seattle is president of the dealer
organization and Dr. V. E. Smith of
Seattle is president of the Inspector.
Dr. Mack will speak Thursday morn
Goat Raisers to Meet. Those in
tcrested in the commercial advance
ment of the goat raising industry in
Oregon have been invited by mern
bers of the Oregon Milk Goat asso
elation to meet tonight at 8 o'clock,
in room E of the central library,
Availability of entries for the Pacifi
international livestock exposition will
be discussed. John M. Mann is pres
dent of the association while Ethel
Post is secretary.
BOOTLEC.GER AGAIN ARRESTED. Ed
Dusterhoft, one of the notorious boo:
legging twins, was arrested again
. yesterday on a charge of violating
the state prohibition laws. Duster
hoff was arrested in company with
Frank Crowley, who also Is charged
with bootlegcing. Dusterhoff and
hU twin brother. L. A. Dusterhoff.
have been arrested repeatedly within
the past two years because of their
persistent bootleggins activities.
Memorial Will Ee Held. Scout
Toung auxiliary, Spanish War Vet
erans, have postponed the regular
mcting tonight and will join the
camp at the central library, where
memorial services, honoring the mem
cry- ot tnose men whi-se lives were
lost when the battleship Maine was
blown up in the Havana hiirbor, will
be hrjd. All members and friends are
Man Who Robbed 7 Horsts in Jail.
;even recent hou.-e burglaries were
cleared up yesterday when the Police
arrested K. B. Hood, alias Wood, alias
Way. Protect your valuables. Phone
Mar. 2..J1 for one of oui burglary and
holdup policies. Do i now before the
loss occurs. . R. McDonald Co.,
insurance, 1 eon bid,?. Adv.
Medical Societt to Meet. The
Portland City and County Medical so
ciety will hold its regular meeting to
morrow nignt at 8 o clock in the as
ermbly room of tho Portland hotel.
IT. I. C. Brill will give a paper on
i resent-uay Treatment of Diabetes'
and there will be other technical dis
Women to TIold Programme. Mem.
bers of Wackmar circle. No. 20, Ladies
o? the Grand Army of the Republic.
win commemorate Washington s and
Lincoln's birthdays tomorrow after
noon by a patriotic meeting to be held
at vtau s nan. inirtrenth and Lexing
ton streets. The public has bgen 'n
vited to attend.
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.
If You Want a Plate that is bet
ter fitted, better looking and better
wearing, see Dr. E. C. Rossman who
specializes in better artificial teeth.
Journal bldg. Adv.
Ikmiestic Science Course, under the
auspices of the First Congregational
church, begins Tuesday at 2 P. M
Tickets 81. Kurdii Gartner in attend
Shipherd's Hot Springs, Carson,
Wash., cures rheumatism and stomach
trouble. John E. Kelly, manager.
Dr. Frank Sanditcr, vision special
ist, again at his office; Selling bldg.
Dr. A. M. Webster and Dr. Vernon
Brown moved to 311 Medical building.
Phone Main 4362. Adv.
Kemmerbr Coal. Carbon Coal Co,
mine agents. East 1188. Adv.
Spanish Teacher. Rita Hansen, 7S3
Park "avenue. Main 2954. Adv.
Dr. Ik II. Hamilton has returned.
Journal bldg. Adv.
Dr. Datton. glasses. Swetland bids.
McMahon's (sure easy) chiropractic.
Adv, - ,
Payment of Taxes Begins. Between f
$7500 . and $8000 in taxes was col
lected yesterday, opening day of col-'
lections on the '920 taxroll by Sheriff
Hurlburt's office. Taxpayers number
ing 285 visited the office of the tax
collector, the majority making full
payments and amounts being small.
The large increases noted as the
various statements were received wf.s
a cause of comment throughout the
day. A woman was first in line whe
the collection windows opened at
o'clock. She was Catherine Maxwell
of S71 East Eighth street north, who
paid approximately $122 In taxes on
var'ous parcels. John Rucher of Linn
ton was next, paying $10.30. and W
C. Yoes of Vancouver. Wash., third
with payment of $14.12.
Vice-President Calvin Here. E. E.
Calvin, vice-president In charge of
operations, of the Union Pacific sys
tern, arrived in Portland yesterday o
an inspection trip over the lines of
ths O.-W. R. & N. Co. He came here
from Omaha. He was formerly on
erating chief of the O.-W. R. 4 X,
here. Later he took a position at Sa
rrancisco with the Southern Pacii
Woman Is Arrested. Mrs. Am el
Fuller was arrested In a north en
hotel early yesterday on complain
or mck ivaporones, who told th
pchce he caught the woman comln
out of his room with $45 and a $5
cr.eck. bhe was alleged to have pass?
the check and money to her husban
while Kaporones called for the police
site was neid for Investigation.
Community Hocse Projected. Th
question of a community house at Co
lumma park will come uo for dis
cussion tonight at a meeting of res
aents of university park and th
Peninsula district, to be held at th
feninsula school. Many promlnen
speakers will address the meeting,
v. men is scheduled for S o'clock.
ISLAND FERRY IS DENIED
COCXTY COMMISSION" PLEADS
FUXDS ARE LACKIXG.
TON OF PRUNES DONATED
MORE FRUIT FOR CHINESE EX-
- PECTED THIS WEEK.
Many Giving: Money Scott's Mills
Growers lo Meet Tonight and
A ton of Oregon prunes, cart of
large shipment of home-grown food
stuffs to the famine sufferers of
China, has been donated, J. J. Hand
saker, state manager, in charge of
the combined China famine and near
east relief funds for the state, i
ported last night. Several other tons
will be given within the next week,
ii is e.vt?ciea.
.niiiujiK mose who gave prunes
were Gilchrist Bros., of Yamhill
county. C. A. Gilchrist of this firm
turned in an order for 1720 pounds.
Several cash contributions for the
purcnase or prunes were made at
China famine fund and near east re
lief headquarters, 606 Stock Exchange
s. u. Adkins, of Scott's Mills one
of Marion county's leading prune-
growers, called at headquarters and
asked that a speaker be sent to a
meeting of Scott's Mills orchardists
to be held tonight, to explain the
situation of the starving people of
northern China. Mr. Adkins said he
would be glad to contribute 600
pounds of prunes from his own sur
plus stock, and believed that the 25
or 30 other prunegrowers of his com
munity would be willing , to con
tribute. He has called a meeting of
his fellow members of the state
Prunegrowers' association in the
Scott's Mills section, and believes
that donations totaling between five
and six tons of the fruit will be made
by the Scott's Mills growers alone.
"There are two reasons why the
prune men should be glad to give lib
erally from their prune stocks," said
Mr. Adkins. "First, it will be a
humanitarian act to aid in relieving
the suffering of the Chinese by con
tributing towards the food supplies
that are to be sent; second, it will
materially help the prune situation
commercially to get rid of a part of
the large surplus of prune stocks
that are now on hand in Oregon. I
am sure my neighbors will see this
matter as I do, and be glad to con
CHARLES FRENCH LOSES HIS
PRIZES AND SOME JEWELRY.
Produce That Should Come to Lo
cal Market Will Be Shipped to
Seattle, Say Growers.
Lack of funds was given yesterday
ly Multnomah county commissioners
as reason. for refusal of the request
of families living on Government is
land for a ferry service to the main
land. The residents agreed to oper-
t t a (hA fflrrv thTTvqt1 vaa if fprrv and
landings costing In the neighborhood j
of $18,000 were furnished them. They
said that produce valued at between
$70,000 and $80,000 was grown on the
island annually and marketed in
C E. Kluth, representing island res
idents, pointed out to the commission
ers that under present arrangements
it costs 62 cents a hundred pounds
to ship produce to Portland and 42
cents to ship to Seattle, and if relief
not granted Seattle will benefit.
Up to a year ago, when the steamer
Jessie Harkins was condemned, the
Harkins Transportation company took
care of the freight, but since that
time launches, rowboats and barges
have been pressed into service. Sandy
roai is approximately only three-
quarters of a mile from the island
The contract of coroner bmitn witn
the University of Oregon, by the terms
of which instructors at the univer
sity medical school will perform all
autopsies in coroner cases, for which
$1500 a year will be paid to the col
lege, was approved.
Improvement of the stairway on
the east approach to the Broadway
bridge and reconstruction of the west
approach stairway are asked of the
commissioners by the city council,
city and county to divide the cost
The commissioners took the matter
STREET MAY BE EXTENDED
Diagonal Addition to Interstate
Avenue Is Proposed.
A diagonal extension of Interstate
avenue from Fremont street to Delay
at Morris is proposed by City Lngi
neer Laurgaard in the major traffic
street system for the east side. The
proposed extension, which would oe
100 feet wide, would form an outlet
for the Peninsula district. The city
engineer's office is now at work
computing the assessment list and
estimating the Cost of the proceeding.
More than 6000 lots will be assessed.
It will be necessary to remove 17
The city council tomorrow will
consider the petition of Arbor Lodge
Presbyterian church for a concrete
sidewalk on the west side of Curtis
avenue from Lombard street to Port
land boulevard. The length of the
proposed sidewalk would be exactly
one-half mile. Residents of the street
are said to favor the proposal.
Here's the latest
word in caps for young
They're the new
Snappy Caps, plaited
in back or all around.
Made with the wide
Lined with heavy
v Nifty? 'We'll say so.
Priced at only $2.50
House in Portland.
S. & H. Stamps
ing basic industries and shipping at
Mr. White has taken the matter
up with moving picture and other
interests with a view to complying
with the request.
MR. RILEY APPRECIATED
Seattle Club Pleased by Oregon
Man's Forensic Efforts.
Seattle appreciation of the forensic
fforts of Frank Branch Riley Is
ontained in a telegram received yes
terday by Charles E. Lockwood of the
Republican club of Oregon from the
Young Men's Republican club of King
ounty, reciprocating sentiments ex
pressed by the Oregon club in a con-
era tnlatftrU laloirrom nn lha nnnacltti !
of th Lincoln-dav binmioi in Rpatti Trade council to be held in Cleveland
Safnrrtav nic-ht on May 4, 5 and 6
BIRTH OF STATE HONORED
EARLY HISTORY OF OREGON
SUBJECT OF ADDRESS.
Members' Forum of Commerce
Body trged to Help Make
Prune Week Great Success.
The events in the history leading up
to Oregon being made a state in 1859
were related by Milton A. Miller,
collector of internal revenue, in an
address honoring the 62d anniversary
of the state's birth, delivered at the
members' forum of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday noon.
It was on February 14. 1839. that
President Buchanan signed the bill
which made Oregon a state.
The need of eating prunes, talking
prunes and buying prunes in celebra
tion of prune week was exphasized
by F. .A. Kurtz, representative of the
Oregon prune campaign committee.
Mr. Kurtz told what the prune Indus
try meant to the state and urged the
co-operation of all citizens In making
prune week a success.
W. P. LaRoche urged that as many
Portlanders as possible attend the
gathering of the National Foreign
Special Combination Lunches and
Dinners Which Solve the Prob
lem of What to Order:
J Lunch No. 2 35c Lunch No. 3 60c
SERVED 11:00 TO 3:00.
Bowl of Soup
: Vi Deviled Meat Sandwich
Yz Cheese Sandwich
Pie, Pudding or Ice Cream
Tea, Coffee or Milk
SERVED 11:00 TO 3:00
Hot Roast Beef Sandwich
Baked or Mashed Potatoes
Pie, Pudding "or Ice Cream
Tea, Coffee or Milk
.Vegetable Dinner 40c
Served 11:00 to 8:30
Spinach and Egg
Creamed Asparagus Tips
Mashed or Baked Irish Potatoes or Fried Sweet Potatoes
Bread and Butter
Tea Coffee or Milk
Any 15c Vegetable liiay be substituted
Plate Luncheon 65c
Served 11:00 to 8:30 "
Choice of Soup
Baked Salmon, Piquante Sauce
Potted Beef, Corn Fritters or
Beef Kidney Saute Bordelaise,
Boast Sirloin of Beef au Jus
Creamed Cauliflower June Peas
Mashed or Baked Potatoes
Pie Pudding or Ice Cream
Coffee or Milk
3S8 WASHINGTON ST.
Salesmanship and Public Speaking
For every salesman and young business man interested in increas
ing his efficiency and earning power.
FREE OPENING LECTURES
' TUESDAY. 7:30 P. SI.
"The Value of Public Speaking; to the Business Man"
By W. G. Harrington, of the Ellison-White Lyceum Bureau
THURSDAY, 7:30 P. M. '
"Elements of Success in Salesmanship"
By F. M. Leeston-Smith, Gen. Mgr. W. C. Garbe, Inc.
Call or phone for admtHMlon ticket.
OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Y. M. C. A. BUILD1.G MAIN S70O
Wednesday when news came that his
sister was so dangerously ill, but he
did not arrive in time. It is expected
he will bring the body here for burial.
Mrs. Simons was a sister of Miss Celia
Swigert, now of Oakland, Cal., and of
the late Mrs. H. C. Campbell.
"We owe to Portland and to Oregon
n undying debt of gratitude for pro
viding us with the most wonderful
oastmaster who ever presided over a
banquet in the state of Washington.
Oregon may well be proud of Frank
Branch Riley,' the message from
James B. Kinne, president of the club,
Hungry Burglar Gets Hams and
Other Food, While Valuables
Arc Loot in Sonic Homes.
Two boxing medals and a consid
erable quantity of jewelry were stol
en from the home of Charles French,
0 Kelly street, by burglars who
gained entrance by means of a pass
key anu ransacked the house.
Three hams, two sides of bacon and
10 dozen eggs were the loot taken by
thrift; burglar who broke into a
butcher shop at 791 Missisippi avenue
some time Sunday night. The hoirte of
S. Chekak, 833 First street, was ran
sacked by burglars Sunday night and
quantity of clothing taken.
A gold watch was stolen from the
residence of E. J. Klvers, 770 East
Sixteenth street North, by burglars
who pried open a downstairs window
with a pass key. Nothing else of value
was missed. Fred Rathke, Seventeenth
avenue, near Sixty-seventh Southeast,
reported that burglars attempted to
force their way into his home and
then threw a rock through a window
wh-n lie frightened them away.
S'rs. Muriel Freeman, 272 U Sixth
street, reported the theft of a fur set
from her room while she was absent
for a few moments. M. K. Mosner lost
his trousers and o5 in cash when a
sneak thief entered his room, 10714
Fourth street, while he was sleeping.
youngsters are believed to be re
sponsible for the burglary of a con
fcectionery store operated by N. L.
Crout, 1318 Sandy boulevard, where a
quantity cf candy and chewing gum
comprised the loot.
SHIPPING T0BE FILMED
Maritime Interests of Portland
Will Be Exploited.
Portland's shipping industry is to
represented in a film, showing
mcrfca's merchant marine, which Is
being assembled by the United States
Frank Ira White, manager of the
foreign trade department of the
Chamber of Commerce, received a let
ter yesterday asking for films show-
An appeal for a large delegation to
the convention of the Chamber of
Commerce of the United States to be
held at Atlantic City April 27, 2
and 29 was made by O. W. Mielke.
MRS. G. W. SIMONS DIES
Former Resident of Portland
Passes at Dayton, O.
The many friends of Charles F.
Swigert are expressing their sym
pathy in the passing of his sister.
Mrs. George W. Simons, who died last
Thursday at her home in Dayton, O.
Mrs. Simons formerly lived in Tort-
land and during her residence of 25 or
more years made many friends. For
the last three years Mr. and Mrs.
Simons lived in Dayton, where Mr.
Simons is a firm member of the Pa
cific Bridge company of Portland.
Mr. Swigert left for Dayton last
KEELEY LOSES APPEAL
Federal Court Denies Injunction
Against Oregon Supreme Court,
Attempts of LeRoy E. Keeley to
enjoin the Oregon supreme court from
preventing him from practicing law
n Oregon were unsuccessful in fed
eral court yesterday, when Judge Wol-
verton denied his petition.
Judge Wolverton held that a fed
eral court has no power or authority
to review, re-examine or reverse
action of the state supreme court in
tne matter of denying a license to
practice law In the state.
PAY OFF YOUR MORTGAGE
In monthly installments -and really
own your home. See us about your
renewal. Special proposition. Port
land Trust Co., Sixth and Morrison
H. green . stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co. Main SS3. 660-2L
Braiding, embroidery. nemaMtchlnC
Booth s, Morgan building. Adv,
Help Oregon Prune
THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL LIKE
Blade with Oregon Prunes
Delicious, satisfying, rich in food value.
Phone your grocer for a loaf.
Haynes-Foster Baking Co., Inc.
A Dish of Oregon
Prunes Free to
Everybody Every Day
During: Prune Week!
Broadway and Wash. Sts.
American or Chinese Dlwhes,
Open 11 A. M. to 2 A. M.
Why not get away from or
dinary dishes once in a while
and try our lunch or dinner,
served daily from 11 A. M. to
8 P. M.? Prices range from 3jO
to 75c and include soup, vege
tables and beverage a ia
carte service at all hours.
Noon and Evenlnjra Manic and
I)nncne From 12 to 1:30. 6 to
7&0, 9:30 to 12. Jerry Reed
All High Class
Dealers can supply
.Copying Ink Pencils.
& Domestic Shop
687 Alder St.
Reduced to old prices.
Watch this space
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Our printing department
for over 30 years has
specialized on forms
where the Printing,
Etc., requires unusual
exactness let us handle
your, next order
we know how.
Glass & Prudhomme.
Printers, Bookbinders. Desl(s,
65-67 Broadway Portland
E Free Lessons Given
j Removal Sale
McDougali Music Co.
E 825 Alder Street,
Between Sixth and Broadway.
lPl "JUST THE l' Class
fy FOB YOU" IU I Bldg.
at moderate prices,
whether for the day, week
Centrally located. -
- Convenient to all carllaea and
points of Interest.
and anbstanttal for-
cheerfal and Invitlns.
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WASHINGTON AT TWELFTH
Portland, Oregon. ,
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Yiu can't harm it. Tit drawer -will itill
"oast" in tr tut at a touch afterward.
Steel Letter Files
UILT like a sky
cross-pieces, . girders,
etc., of channel steel.
Even go skyscrapers
one better, because elec
tric welded into one solid
piece. No nuts no
bolts -no rivets no
rods no screws.
Drawers silent and
speedy. Will run 100
years without repair or
Guaranteed the best
file you ever used or
your money back.
Busliong '& Co;
Park and Stark St..
KING AND HIAWATHA
ICE DELIVERY CO.
Bdwy. 42S0. 532-45.
Why Are Skin Diseases
So Difficult to Overcome?
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit
East Morrison St. and East Sixth.
IU3 ler pay, M Per Week Vo,
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School j or Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
Mr. J. , Myers ZSX
When your ekln breaks out with
Itching eruptions, tetter, rash, eczema,
psoryasis, or other terrifying dis
orders, very often the pain becomes
so Intense, and tho discomfort bo
thoroughly unbearable that you are
willing to try almost any remedy
that you think will give some meas
ure of relief from the torture.
But temporary relief will do you
but little good, for eoon all the Itch
ing and Irritation breaks out afresh
with renewed fury, and you soon real
ize that local remedies such as oint
ments, salves and similar treatment
will never rid you of your trouble.
It will not be so difficult to rid
yourself of skin diseases If you will
but realize that these troubles origin
ate in the blood, and if you expect
real substantial relief you must treat
them through the blood.
The best remedy for this purpose Is
S. S. S., the fine old blood remedy
that purifies the blood of disease
germs, and thus restores the skin to
a normal and healthy condition.
Begin taking S. S. S. today, and '
write a complete history of your case,
and our medical director will give you
expert advice without charge. Ad
dress Chief Medical Adviser, t20 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga Adv.