Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, December 13, 1921, Page 11, Image 11

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City Bdltor Main 7070. SBO-05
Sunday K.I it or Main 7070. 500-115
Advertising Department .. Main 7070. 50O-U5
Superintendent of Bids . .Main 7070. SOO-Bo
ORPHEL'M (Broadway at Taylor Vaude
ville. This afternoon and tonight.
BAKER (Morrison at Eleventh) Baker
Players In "Smooth as 811k." Tonight.
LYRIC (Broadway at Morrison) Musical
comedy. "A Close Snave." Three shows
dally. 2. 7 and 0 P. M.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at TamhllD -Vaudeville
and moving pictures, 2 to 6,
u:45 to 11 P. M Saturdays. Sundays and
Mondays continuous. 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PANTAOES (Broadway at Alder) Vaud -vllle.
Three shows dally. 2. 7 and 9:03
P. M.
Youno Men Sought tor Burglaries.
For the robbery of the homes of
O. 8. Kalkenberg and W. A. Herman,
on Cornelius road, one-quarter mile
from Burlington, last Saturday night,
deputy sheriffs yesterday were seek
ing Earl Falkenberg. 23. nephew of
the owner of one of the houses, and
Earl Brandy, age 17. The Herman
and Falkenberg families were at a
community social In a neighborhood
echoolhouse when their homes were
rifled. A revolver, stickpin and
checkbook were taken from the Falk
enberg house; valuable old coins,
three rings, a jeweled stickpin, re
volver, stiletto and Japanese sword
from the Herman place.
Trial Before Judge Evans Averted.
Rather than have his client tried be
fore an 1 ex-district attorney, E. T.
Lansing told Presiding Circuit Judge
Morrow yesterday morning that he
would enter a plea of guilty for
Thomas Turner, negro bootlegger.
Judge Morrow had assigned the case
for trial before Judge Evans, who has
established a policy in case of con
viction by Jury of cases appealed
from the municipal court, as was that
of Turner, to increase the fine im
posed by the lower court. Mr. Lans
ing persuaded Judge Morrow, on a
plea of guilty, to reduce the $200 fine
given by Judge Rossman to $150.
Welfare Appropriation Made.
Though the county commissioners had
no clear idea as to what fund the
money would come from, they ap
propriated $5000 more yesterday for
the relief work of the public welfare
bureau during the remainder of this
month. A. R. Gephart, superin
tendent of the bureau, reported that
hundreds of poor folk would be In
danger of eviction and starvation if
more funds were not forthcoming.
This gift brings the 'sum expended by
the bureau this year to $85,000, of
which only $45,000 was anticipated in
the 1921 budget.
Druo Peddler Gets 13 Months.
Despite the pleas of his attorney, for
leniency Victor Hammaer, who was
convicted for selling narcotics last
week, yesterday was sentenced to
serve 13 months in McNeil island by
Judge Bean in the federal district
court. "This sentence is not im
posed simply as punishment for Ham
maer, but as a warning to others who
violate the narcotic law," said Judge
Bean. Hammaer's attorney attempted
to obtain a stay of execution, but
Judge Bean set ball at $5000, a sum
which Hammaer was unable to
Auto Lecture Is Tonight. "Brakes
and Braking. Clutch. Transmission
and Tires" will be the subject of the
national safety council lecture to be
given tonight at 8 o'clock in library
hall. J. A. Crittenden of tbe Covey
Motor Car company will be the
speaker and all drivers of cars and
trucks are invited to attend. The
matters to be discussed in this lecture
are of vital Importance to the drivers
and a large-attendance Is expected.
These lectures are free to the public.
Control of Cancer Planned. The
North Pacific Surgical association
closed Its tenth annual session at
Vancouver. B. C, December 10, 1921.
It appropriated $1500 for the aid of
the work In the northwest of the
American Society for the Control of
Cancer of which Dr. E. F. Tucker of
Portland Is regional director. Drs. A.
E. Rockey. Otis Wight and W. B.
Holden were appointed to conduct the
work in Oregon.
Cluh Supper Announced. A sup
per at the University club is planned
by the Professional Woman's league
for tomorrow. The affair is for
Charles E. Searle, manager of the
Tony Sarg Marionettes and his com
pany of eight, who will present the
marionettes in the afternoon and eve
ning In Washington high school.
Heil Murder Trial Postponed.
Trial of Joe Heil, alleged slayer of
"Jerry" Powers, for murder, was post
poned by Presiding Circuit Judge
Morrow yesterday until next Monday,
due to the critical illness of Will H.
Bard, attorney for Heil.
To Buters or Office Supplies. It
will pay to examine our extensive line
of modern office systems and devices.
Complete, practical, approved. Main
1971. Pacific Staty.A Ptg. Co., 107 2d st.
Jackson Cluh to Meet Thursday.
The Jackson club will meet next
Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the
assembly hall of central library to
complete the selection of an execu
tive board and for other business.
Shipherd's Hot Springs. Carson,
Wash. Open all year. Portland office,
818 Chamber Commerce. Tel. Main 8052.
John E. Kelly, mgr. Adv.
The Post Ststem for Feet. A sci
entific treatment for broken arches.
711-712 Broadway bids,. Marshall 1317
"When You Come on to Oregon in
1925." All music stores. Adv.
Safety Boxes, lc dally. 284 Oak.
Dr. Dayton, glasses. Swetland bldg
Arm Chair Journeys
Such is the magic of books that they can, like
the genii of old, transport one in the twinkling
of an eye to strange, far-away countries. Here
are a few of the new travel books that make
excellent gifts :
The Cruise of the Dream Ship by Ralph Stock
In the Eyes of the East by Marjorie Greenbie
The Friendly Arctic by Vilhjalmnr Stefansson
Working North From Patagonia
by Harry A. Franck
Down the Columbia by Lewis R. Freeman
The Cruise of the Kawa by Walter E. Traprock
London River by H. M. Tomlinson
On the Trail of the Pygmies
by Dr. Leonard J. Vanden Bergh
A Loiterer in Paris by Helen Henderson
Give Books This Year
The J. K. Gill Co.
Third and Alder
Albert R. Bullier Dead. Albert
R. Bullier, 249 hi Halsey street, died
Sunday morning following an illness
of a week of pneumonia. He was 58
years old and had been a resident of
Portland for 33 years. The funeral
will be held this afternoon at 1:30
o'clock from the Lerch undertaking
parlors, at East Twelfth street and
Hawthorne avenue, and Interment
will be In the Cedal Mills cemetery.
Born and reared in California. Mr.
Bullier moved to Portland when a
young man and was a continuous
resident here since 1889. He is sur
vived by his widow and three chil
dren Leon H. Bullier, Mrs. J. Martin
Wade and Albert R. Bullier Jr., all of
this city.
New Party Possible. Providing a
sufficient number of people are In
terested, an attempt will be made to
organize in Oregon the liberal party
or America and put a ticket in the
field next year. The liberal party is
a sort of revival of the national
party, which was composed of prohi
bitionists and some of the irrecon
cilable progressives. The national
party later became known as "the
committee of '8." When the national
party was organized here George L
Cleaver was selected as state chair
man. The liberal party is now being
organized in Idaho. J. A. H. Hopkins
is the moving spirit in the new or
ganization. Rotarians Ditch Einstein. Because
the Einstein theory of relativity has
been knocked higher than a kite, ac
cording to the story published In The
Oregonlan yesterday morning, the
Rotary club has seen fit to strike the
subject from its programme this noon.
Dr. J. W. Daniels of the Hill Military
academy was to address the club on
the famous theory of relativity, but
since the balloon has been punctured,
M. Alexander Schwartz has been
asked to talk to the Rotarians on
"What Bolshevism Means to Civiliza
tion." The remainder of the pro
gramme is unchanged.
Christmas Frolic Planned. Visi
tors to Laurelhurst clubhouse next
Saturday night will find it converted
into a veritable bower of Christmas
trees. , Trees will be used profusely
in the decoration for the club's
"grown-up kiddles' " Christmas frolic
that night, and are then to be
auctioned, off by Santa Claus for use
as Christmas trees by neighborhood
families. The entire proceeds of the
frolic are to go Into the progressive
women's lot fund. Club members are
expected to appear attired in youth
ful costumes and are urged to Invite
their friends.
Club Dinner Arranged. The East
Side Business Men's club is to have a
dinner and programme at the club
parlors, 114V4 Grand avenue, Thurs
day evening at 6:30 o'clock. The din
ner is to be served by the women of
Central Presbyterian church, and the
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph com
pany will present a switch-board dem
onstration and musical programme
given by the Eureka Symphony Jazz
orchestra and the Imperial Male quar
tet. The programme will begin at
7:30, and will be followed by danc
ing. Doo Owners Face Arrest. Unless
they take out licenses for their dogs
before December 15, 500 dog owners
in Portland will face arrest, accord
ing to warnings sent out from the
office of the Oregon Humane society
by R. R. Churchill, humane officer.
Special officers have been compiling
a list of the owners of dogs who have
not procured licenses for them. Ac
cording to Mr. Churchill, these own
ers have had since September IS to
procure licenses, and after three
months' grace warrants for their ar
rest will be issued.
Railroad Ties Needed. Approxi
mately 1500 railroad ties will be
needed by the commission of public
docks In extending the municipal
terminal railway to a more central
point at terminal No. 4. Proposals
for furnishing these ties are to be
opened at the commission's office at
10 o'clock this forenoon. Bids are to
be ope.ned at the same time for fur
nishing six sets of switch ties for
the trackage at municipal terminal
No. 4.
Lumber Contracts Awarded. The
bid of the City Lumber company of
$21.50 a 1000 feet for 38.380 feet of
lumber required In repair work on
the Broadway bridge was accepted
by Multnomah county commissioners
yesterday on the recommendation of
Roadmaster Eatchel. The Ridge Lum
ber company got the contract for
planking the Gordon creek road on a
bid of $1169.98.
Mission Talk Announced. Mrs. I.
A. Aldrich, field secretary of the
women's board of home missions of
the Pacific coast, will speak before
the Woman's Missionary society of
the Central Presbyterian church In
the church parlor tomorrow at 2:30
P. M. The women's quartette of the
Vernon Presbyterian church will sing,
and the society's members will fur
nish additional entertainment.
Benefit Party Announced. A card
party will be given tonight at Wood
men hall. East Sixth and Alder
streets, for the benefit of a widow
with six children ranging in ages
from 5 months to S years. The mother
has been trying to support her family
by taking In washing.
Bazaar Woodcraft Social Club.
Ground floor Henry bldg., 4th and
Oak, Tuesday and Wednesday, Decem
ber 13 and 14, day and evening.
Dainty, pretty and practical articles
for sale. Everybody welcome. Adv.
First M. E. Church Xmas Sale.
On Thursday afternoon at 12th and
Taylor. The woman's association wili
sell linens, aprons, fancy work and
Xmas novelties. Adv.
That lasting Fragrance Budda Ori
ental toilet water in handsome boxes
at $1.23 per bottle. Lewis Stenger.
Morrison at Tenth. Adv.
from a man's store
for a man
Italian Silk
Grenadine Ties
$2.50 grade
Beautiful holiday designs in
the newest colors. Christmas
box free.
Wear for Men and Boys
S. A H. Stamps
Morrison at Fourth
Oregon Among Leaders. No state's
organization for the Woodrow Wilson
foundation campaign is better than
that of Oregon in the opinion of I.
T. Jones, associate director of the na
tional campaign, in charge of western
states, who was a Portland visitor
yesterday. Mr. Jones said that he be
lieves the contest for first place in
the Woodrow Wilson foundation cam
paign will lie between three states
Oregon, Oklahoma and Colorado.
While in Portland, Mr. Jones con
ferred with Elton J. Watkins, chair
man for Multnomah county, and mem
bers of his committee, including
Johnston Wilson. Louis Hen, A. F.
Flegel and Milton Miller, chairman
of the speaker's committee for Ore
gon. Robbery Attempt Reported. For
the second time within two weeks
the same unidentified thug has at
tempted to hold up and rob Helen
Davis, manager of the Richelieu hotel,
according to her report yesterday to
the police. She said the fellow en
tered her room Sunday night and de
manded money. When she told him
she had none, he started toward her
dresser as she ran screaming from
the room. Her cries brought the
janitor, who frightened the man away.
Less than two weeks ago the same
man entered her room and pressed
a nickel-plated revolver to her breast,
she said. On this occasion, he snatched
her purse, but dropped it when other
persons at the hotel gave chase.
Farmer Is Arrested. Isaac Cooper,
a farmer, 31 years old, of Condon, Or.,
was arrested yesterday by Police De
tective Swennes and Wright on a
charge of issuing fraudulent checks.
According to the police. Cooper has
confessed to passing eight bad checks
on local merchants. He came to Port
land several days ago and was said
to have admitted issuing the checks
while on a protracted spree.
Meat Is Stolen. Several hams,
sides of bacon, two shoulders of pork
and a quantity of canned goods com
prised the loot taken from the
butchershop of A. Cellars, 432 East
Burnslde street, by prowlers who
broke into the shop Sunday night.
Entrance was gained by breaking the
lock off the front door.
Japanese Sailor Hurt. A. Nakaya
ma. a Japanese sailor, sustained
severe injuries to his back yesterday
when he fell 30 feet through an open
hatch on the vessel, Madas Muru. The
injured sailor was removed to St.
Vincent's hospital. He is 26 years
Doctor Alvin W. Baird returned
Prices 12.20. SI. 65. J1.10. including
tax. Seat sale at Sherman. Clay &
Co. until 5:30 P. M.
Wife Dislikes Being Dubbed. Be
cause she declined to seek attentions
from other men and did not approve
of his courtship of other women, Mrs.
Neva N. McDonald was dubbed a 17th
century girl," by her husband. Grant
L. McDonald, she complains in a suit
for divorce filed in the circuit court
yesterday. The McDonalds were mar
ried September 1, 1917. Other divorce
suits filed yesterday were: Gwendolyn
against Max Hafter, Helen against
Darl B. Peck, Hallie against Archie
Bradshaw and Adeline C. against
Frank Edwin Babcock.
Garage Building Leased. C. O.
Merrill has leased for a term of years
the new reinforced concrete garage
building, one story and basement and
100 by 150 feet, Just completed by
Herbert Gordon on the east side of
Flint street, between East Broadway
and Hancock street. John Kassel
baum is erecting a conrete garage at
1040 East Main street.
Mount Scott Club Meets. The
Mount Scott Improvement club will
hold a meeting in the Arleta branch
library at 8 o'clock tonight. City
Commissioner Pier will speak on
"Parks and Playgrounds." Officers of
the club for the ensuing year will be
elected and matter of interest to
the community discussed.
Secure Tickets Now at Sherman
Clay & Co. for Xext Saturday.
?ousa and his band will give two
afternoon and two evening concerts
at the Public Auditorium next Satur
day and Sunday. December 17 and 18.
Evening prices, floor J2.20-J1.65; first
balcony, $2. 20-11. 65; second balcony,
1. 10-85c-55c. Both matinees, floor,
J1.65-S1.10; first balcony. J1.65-J1.10;
second balcony, 85c-55c. Adv.
Of All Solid Fuels
Gasco Briquets
are admittedly the
Cheapest and
Made in Portland
by Portland Labor
Why Shovel Ashes?
When you can get Gasco Briquets that are
All Heat and No Ash
at the Gas Office or Phone
Hazelwood Candy
for Christmas
Mail or Express Orders for Eastern
Friends should be placed now
and by all means before Dec. 20
' Oregon Chocolates -.- $1.50 per lb.
Mexican Chews $1.50 per lb.
Homemade Specials $1.00 and $2.00 per box
Hazelwood Toasted, Salted Nuts, ass't $1.50 lb.
Hazelwood Supreme Variety $1.25 to $6.25
Fancy Boxes $2.50 to $25.00 each
When you buy Hazelwood Candy
you secure the best.
388 Washington St.
Only Installation In the Pacific
northwest of Yale & Towne Change
able locks. It's worth your while to
find out how this lock differs from
all others. All sixes now available.
and Morrison. Adv.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and sympathy and
for the beautiful flowers tendered us
during our bereavement and death of
our beloved husband and father.
We wish to thank our many friends
and acquaintances who assisted us
while passing through the deep shadow
caused by the loss of our beloved
mother. We desire here to express
our sincere gratitude for the comfort
you have given us.
S. & H. green stamps for cash
Holman Fuel Co.. coal and wood.
Main 353: 660-21. Adv.
Phone us for prices on your winter
coal. Diamond Coal Co, Bdwy. J0J7.
Most comfort, smallest outlay. Jf $
coal. Edlefsen's. Bdwy. 70. Adv.
Main 6500 or Automatic 562
127 Broadway
Your Christmas
its quality should be of the
best; its style without fault,
and its price a modest one.
It's here!
$25 to $45
m i sr I L sisw
Bet. Fourth and Fifth
- 74
Greeting Cards
Desk Sets
Desk Calendars
Playing Card Cases
Ink Stands
Children's Books
and a countless number of other articles equally appro
priate for gift purposes.
387-389 Washington St. Pittock Block
Christmas New Year's
Excursion Fares
Northern Pacific Railway
The "Big Baked Potato" Route
Tickets on Sale for Use
December 22, 23, 24, 1921
Return Limit January 4, 1922
For Fares, Train Schedules, Berth Reservations, etc., call on
or telephone to:
A. D. Charlton, General Passenger Agent,
531 Northwestern Bank Bldg. Telephone Broadway, 5760
Portland, Oregon
Ticket Offices: Consolidated Ticket Office, 3d and Washington
Streets. Union Station Ticket Office, Sixth and
Irving Streets.
Grand Opening
Above Rex Theater
Tuesday, Dec. 13th, 1921, 5 P. M.
Daily Lunches and Special Sunday Dinner
From 11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
A Large Lot of Imported
Hair Clippers
Portland's Exclusive
Cutlery Store
r - .. t naArl nf nn of thppe.
SZ fuu w . m
here la your opportunity to secure
same at the low price of SZ. 5Q each,
postage paid. (Heretofore sold for
S. 60 each.) Every one fully equipped
Hh hro combs tn cut the hair at
any desired length. Fully warranted.
Write at once while they last, Inclos
ing check or money order.
Importers of the world's
a XtmrVaT finest cutlery, rasors
VMnTpfStS shears. pocket and
fiSZJ butcher knives; also
JAT manicuring equipment.
fc Jf 2l elc' WE GRIND An
86 Sixth Street, Near Stark
Wanted Chairs to Cane
and Pianos to Tune
by School for Blind
For Particulars Call
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit
East Morrison St. and Knst Sixth.
1 XZ Per Dnjr. M Per Week Lp,
Ever-Sharp Pencils
Writing Portfolios
Card Cases
Loose-Leaf Memo Books
Address Books
Recipe Books
Cut Glass Ink Wells
Hand-Decorated Candles
Fistula, Fia-
nre, Itching
and all other
rectal condi
tions except
Cancer perma
nently cured
without a sur
gical operation-
Mr method is P""i "Hi-?
do anesthetic and 1 Pf"".!:
There Is no confinement In bed, no
Interference with buv'neaa or ao
elal engagement.
I eliminate all donot as to re
sults by agreeing to return your
fee If I fall to cure your Pile.
Call or write for booklet.
2d and Morrison Ss Portland. Or.
Mention this paper when writing.
During the Winter
months our permanent
rates are extremely low.
New Perkins Hotel
Look for the Cleaner With the Red
Band. At Yonr Dealer's.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070 Automatic 560-95