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THE 3IORXIXG OREGONIAX, THURSDAY, APRIL. 13, 1022
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor .' Main 7070. BRO-95
Flinday Editor Main 7070. 5B0-85
Advertising Department. . Main 7070. 50-95
Superintendent of Bldg. .Main 7070. 5t0-95
BAKER (Morrison at Eleventh) Baker
Players in -The Hottentot." Tonight.
LYRIC (Broadway at Morrison) Musical
comedy. "Fads and Follies." Tnre
-Sows dally. 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
-Jt t'ODROMH (Broadway at Tamhill)
v&uaeville and. moving pictures, continu-
tsa Daily, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PA -STAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three snow daily, S. 1 and 9:0J
"Texeebal" to Be Sung The solemn
office of 'Tenc-brae" will be sung at
St. Mary's cathedral tonight and to
morrow night at 7:45 o'clock. Spe
cial features in this beautiful service
are singing of tiie lamentations of
Jeremiah the prophet and the canticle
benedietus by men's choir, unaccom
panied. Tomorrow afternoon, Good
Friday, beginning 1 P. M there will
be the annual Passion service of "The
Seven Last Words," to the music of
Dubois and Monestel. The solos will
be rendered by Mrs. T. Suffield, Miss
Adel Barnickel, Mrs. Rose Friedle
Oianelli, Halfred Young and Ben L.
Markee. Miss Alice Genevieve Smith
will be harpist and the work will be
.ung under the direction of Frederick
W. Goodrich. The pontificial mass and
blessing of the holy oils by Arch
bishop Christie this morning at 9
o'clock will be rendered to the un
accompanied Vatican plain chant.
Reed to Exter Contest. The stu
dent body of Keed college has decided
to become a member of the Oregon
State Oratorical association and a
representative will be entered in the
contest which this year will be held
at Newberg, May 12. Four students -Gibson
Bowles, Jacob Weinstein, Sam
hite and Austin Hutcheson are
preparing their orations for the try
outs, which will be held within the
next two weeks. The winner will
represent Keed in the state contest.
Keed has not sent a candidate to the
annual contest since 1916, when Clar
ence Young won first prize. This
year the subject for the orations will
be "Pece" and first place carries
with it a prize of $50.
SlON" OF THE KOSE TEA SHOP OPENS
Evenings. Dinner is now served
from 5o0 to 7:30 every evening, ex
cept Sunday, at the Sign of the Rose
Tea Shop in the Broad way-Yamhill
building, fifth floor. The Sign of
the Rose is noted among those who
appreciate unusually delicious foods
served in an atmosphere of quiet and
harmony. It is the aim of the man
ager, Mrs. Maude Reeves Bushnell,
to maintain a quality and a service
that is unique in the degree of per
fection attained. Take the elevator
at 16" 'a Broadway, near Yamhill
Broadway-Yamhill building. Adv.
Burglar Is Found Guilty. Tony
Dagastino, arrested by Special Watch
man Cochran in the act of prying
open a window in the residence of
Paul C. Murphy. 1094 East Burnside
street, January 24, at a late hour, was
found guilty of attempted burglary
by a jury in the court of Circuit
Judge Coke of Marshfield, sitting in
Portland, and will be sentenced
Thursday. Al Steffans and Charles
Bryant, jointly charged, will be tried
later. They were arrested with Dag
astino. Foresters Here to Confer Charles
D. Simpson, head of the department
of operations of .the United States
forestry office at Ogden. and L. C.
Stockdale who holds a similar posi
tion in the office at Missoula, arrived
in Portland yesterday to take part in
the conference on United States for
est activities now being held in the
city. Plans for the new fiscal year
and'the approving of additional road,
trail and telephone work will be
taken up. The conference will close
, Oregon Roads Praised. Oregon
was congratulated on its splendid
roads by W. L. Velie Jr., secretary of
the Velie Motors corporation of Mo
line. 111., who was in Portland Tues
day and Wednesday on a trip through
the west. The visitor reported more
factory wheels turning in the middle
west district at present and more pay
roll dollars in circulation than for
a long time. He was taken over the
Columbia river highway Tuesday. He
left last night for Seattle.
President Pardons Negress. On
recommendation of United States At
torney Humphreys, Cleo Dean, ne
gress, a narcotics vendor, who has
been serving a term in the county
jalL has been pardoned by the presi
dent and will be sent to the home, of
relatives in southern Oregon. She
has tuberculosis, it is said, and Her
life was threatened by the confine
ment. She had been in prison three
months and had six months more to
Japan-'s Friendship Valued. The
importance of maintaining friendship
between the United States and Japan
was emphasized by W. D. Wheel
wright, president of the Pacific Ex
port Lumber company, who delivered
an address at the luncheon of the Ad
club at the Benson hotel yesterday
noon. The captain and officers of the
Portland .Mam, a newly-built Jap
anese freighter, were introduced and
Musical Service Announced. On
Good Friday evening, at 7:45, there
will be a musical service at the First
Presbyterian church, corner of
Twelfth and Alder streets. The quar
tet and chorus will sing; Maunder's
sacred cantata, "Olivet to Calvary,"
under the direction of Otto Wede
meyer. The pastor, Rev. Harold Leon
ard1 Bowman, will preach on "The Up
lifted Cross." '
Mr. Wheelwright to Speak. Will
lam D. Wheelwright, who has just
returned from a trip to Japan. China
and India, will give his impressions
of those countries in an address de
livered at the luncheon of the Pro
gressive business Men's club at the
Benson hotel today at noon. Paul
Gelvin will sing. C. W. WTiittlesey
will be chairman of the day.'
Americanization Address Planned.
An Americanization programme, un
der the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.,
will be held in Reed College audi
torium at 8 o'clock Saturday night.
lr. Edward O. Sisson will deliver an
address. An illustrated lecture will
be given by Theodore W. Zimmerman.
Music will be furnished.
George Black, Certified Public
accountant, wno nas. been exten
sively engaged since 1917 with war
activities, is again actively devoting
his entire attention to general prac
tice wfth a competent associated staff.
Telephone Broadway 7370. Adv.
The Hotel Seaside, Oregon's finest
beach resort hotel, is now making
special low winter rates. European
and American plan. Reached by
S., P. & S. or motor over beautiful
Columbia river highway. G. O. Madi
son, manager. Adv.
Rheumatism. Jack King- cures it.
Double apartments. Office hours 9
A. 11. to 7 P. M. Bdwy. 490S. 207
Ziekum bldg., 3d and Wash. Adv.
I Specialize in excellent teeth for
those who have none. You are en
titled to the best. .Dr. E. C. Hossman.
Journal bldg. Adv.
Progressive Woman's League will
hold Easter sale of home-made cakes
Saturday at the. G. F. Johnson P'rfno
Co., 149 Sixth street. Adv.
Salmon Rods for Rent. Rod re
pairing and rewrapping. Fleming, 292
Wash Broadway 4125. Adv.
Kemmerf.r Coal, for family use,
fireplace, furnace or stove. Carbon
Coal Co., East 11SS. Adv.
Sanitation Measures Discussed.
Recommendations as to measures to
insure proper sanitation in hop yards,
berry fields, orchards, etc., through
out the state were discussed at a
meeting of the Oregon Industrial
Welfare commission -yesterday after
noon In the courthouse. The recom
mendations now go to the commis
sion, consisting of W. L. Brewster,
Amedee M. Smith and Mrs. X. Ru
bottom, for action. The session yes
terday was attended by Aubrey Wat
zek. Homer C. Angell and Mrs. Nor
man F. Coleman, representing the
public; Mrs. Edith Hewitson, Mrs.
Elizabeth Schwartz and Mrs. M. La
France, the employes: Sam Brown, H.
Aspinwall and Julius Pincus. era'
Staff Changes Are Announced.
Changes in the executive staff of the
Crown-Willamette Paper Mills com
pany became effective yesterday,
when A. Bankus. for the past year
manager of the plant at Oregon City,
took up his new duties in the Port
land offices - as assistant resident
manager, and C. W. Morden. took
charge of the work formerly super
vised by Air. Bankus. Mr. Bankus has
been in the employ of the company
for 16 years, in various capacities at
Oregon City and at Camas, Wash.
A. J. Lewthwaite is resident manager
here. Mr. Morden is the son of C. A.
Morden. manager of The Oregonian.
He is an expert on the technical side
of paper manufacturing.
Sketches to Be Displayed. A col
lection of 50 watercolor sketches,
made by J. Marion Crook, of this city,
will be on display at the Chamber of
Commerce Sunday and Monday. The
paintings will be hung in the green
room. They are all Pacific coast
scenes, many of them painted in Ore
gon. This is the first exhibition of
so large a collection of Mr. Crook's
pictures in this city. Some of his
work has been on display previously
at the art museum. His paintings are
mystic, rather than realistic. Mr.
Crook has lived in Portland for 25
Registration Near Finish. But
four days remain for registration of
voters at the courthouse, and to ac
commodate the crowds, County Clerk
Beveridge announced yesterday that
the books would be open until 8
o'clock at night Saturday, Monday
and Tuesday. It is necessary for all
persons to register who have moved
since last they voted or failed to
vote at the last two general elections
Registration quarters occupy the en
tire west end of the courthouse, first
floor, on Fifth street, between Sal
mon and Main streets.
Hotel Manager Fined. Failure to
provide sufficient heat for tenants
at the Barton hotel, Thirteenth and
Alder streets, cost F. N. Tubbesing,
manager, a $23 fine in police court
yesterday. Health bureau inspectors
testified that there was but 50 de
grees of heat at 9:30 A. M., when an
investigation was made recently. The
defendant told Judge Ekwall that
the failure of the owner to repair the
boilers caused the lack of heat. He
announced his intention of appealing,
to circuit court. !
Jobless Man Kills Himself. Got
leib P'elhman, a Swiss, 54 years old,
committed suicide by shooting him
self through the head yesterday
morning in his room at 248 Salmon
street. Failure to procure employ
ment is believed to have caused him
to take his life. He was unmarried
and formerly worked at an Oregon
City paper mill. He had no known
relatives in this, country. The body
was removed to the morgue, but there
will be no inquest.
Informal Reception for Harrt A.
Frank, lecturer and traveler, will be
given in the book department of the
J. K. Gill company, Thursday after
noon, between 4 and 5 o'clock. While
in the city he will be entertained by
the Oregon Authors' league. A ban
quet will be served in the Multnomah
hotel, after which he will deliver his
lecture in the Pythian hall at 8
Runaway Indians Are Sentenced.
Three Indians who ran away from
Chemawa were arrested in Seattle
recently and were taken into federal
court here yesterday morning and
upon pleading guilty to the theft of
some clothing, were sentenced to
serve three months each in the county
jail. They are Henry Bean, Arthur
Paul and John Wilson.
Oregon Pioneer Dies. H. H. Wat
son, pioneer Oregon resident and
father of Ralph A. Watson, Portland
newspaper man, died Tuesday at the
family home at Salem. He was 79
years old. Besides the widow and the
son, Ralph, a daughter, Mrs. Albert
Millsap of Mill City, survives. He
had Jived for years in Polk and
Noted Physician Here. Dr. Will
iam B. Graves, professor of gynecology
and rated' one of the world's best au-
thorHies on diseases of women, is a
visitor in Portland. He will speak
tonight before the academy of medi
cine in the assembly room of the
Hotel Portland. He will be here three
days as the guest of Dr. Robert H.
Police Hunt for Girl. The police
were asked yesterday to condmct a
search for Thelma Steele, aged 16,
who ran away from her home at
Suver, Polk county, this week, and
who is believed to have come to Port
land. She was wearing a black plush
coat, a dark blue velvet hat and a
dark green dress.
Auto Driver Sent to Jail. George
Duffield of Garibaldi Or., was sen
tenced to 13 days in jail when he was
found guilty in police court yesterday
of driving his automobile while in
toxicated. Police testified Duffield
was so drunk he was unable to steer
hia machine. .
Ttuef Loots Hotel Room. A watch
and $6.45 in cash were taken from
the room of J. K. McGowan; 228
Washington street, Tuesday night.
McGowan' reported to the police yes
terday. The thief entered the room
with a pass key while McGowan was
asleep, he said.
Traffic Violator Fined. Philip
Hess, a messenger boy, was fined $19
by Municipal Judge Ekwall yesterday
after he admitted willfully violating
the traffic laws. The youth said he
rode past a "stop" semaphore, know
ing it was against the law, but did it
because he was in a hurry.
Bootlegger Fined $50. 'John Buhls
pleaded guilty to a bootlegging
charge in police court yesterday and
paid a fine of $50. A small quantity
of moonshine had been confiscated at
Smelt Are in the Sandy. Dip nets,
6c to $2. at Oregon Marine & Fish
'cries Supply Co.. 107 First St. Adv.
You Need the milk and rest cure.
Sanatorium, Forest Grove, Or. Adv.
You Need milk and rest cure. Sani
tarium, Forest GrdVe. -Adv.
Dr. H. V. Morrow has returned. Ad.
Church Campaign Nears End. The
"On to Easter" campaign that has
been in progress among members of I
the Sunnyside Methodist Episcopal
church, East Thirty-fifth and East
Yamhill streets, comes to a climax
next Sunday. It has been the goal to
obtain at least 100 new members for
this church, to be taken into church
fellowship on Easter Sunday. Offi
cials of the church stated yesterday
that the full 100 have been pledged,
and that it is probable the century
mark will be exceeded when the new
membership roll is. announced next
Sunday by the pastor. Dr. Thomas
Parish Club Plans Plays. The re
cently organized dramatic club in the
parish of the church of the Blessed
Sacrament. Maryland avenue and
Blandena street, is to stage three one
act plays in the parish hall soon after
Easter. They will be "Dream Faces,"
"A Cup of Tea" and "The Littlest
Girl." Sunday, May 7, is to be a spe
cial day in this parish, as the sacra
ment of confirmation will be admin
istered to a large class by Arch
bishop Christie, and on the same day
the annual parish d-inner will be
given in the parish hall.
Police Inspector Testifies. John
A. Goltz. city police inspector and
small arms expert, testified yesterday
in the trial of John L. Burns, charged
with murder, that comparison of bul
let and shell marks showed conclu
sivelv that James H. Phillips was
killed by a bullet from the revolver
found under the mattress of Burns'
bed the day he was arrested. Testi
mony for the state is nearing con
clusion and the defense is expected to
Field Mice Nuisance. Field mice
are becoming so- numerous in Polk.
Yamhill and Benton counties that
they have become a local plague, ac
cording to Iran N. Gabrielson, assist
ant biologist of the United States de
partment of agriculturs. Mr. Ga
brielson, in a letter sent out from his
office this week, yrges the farmers
of these counties to organize effec
tively in order that concerted action
may be taken for the eradication of
Benefit of Portland Library
8 P, M., THURS., APRIL 13
West Park and Yamhill
Admission 75c No War Tax
TICKETS AT MEIER & FRANK,
J. K. GILL, OLDS, WORTMAN &
Excursion Fares to Columbia
Gorge Points Much Reduced
The Columbia river region between
Portland and The Dalles will be much
more attractive this summer to the
fellow who doesn't own an automobile
than ever before because of the
greatly reduced excursion fares that
have just been fixed upon by the
tnion Pacific to go into effect on
Saturday next, April 15, and continue
daily all summer. Remem'ber these
are not merely week-end fares.
Every station between and includ
ing Portland and The Dalles is in
cluded in the new tariff, and an ad
vantage not heretofore enjoyed is that
the fares apply both ways, that is,
Portland to any point and return or
vtce versa. Following is the list:
Lusher . . .
. .90Wyeth .
. 1.35Viento .
. 1.40Sonny .
Multn'h Falls. 1.65'Ruthton 3.25
Oneonta 1.75Hood River... 3.45
Dodson 1.90Mosier 3.75
Warrendale . 1.95Chatfield 3.95
Bonneville .. 2.1.:aRowena 4.15
Eagle Creek.. 2.20Crates 4.45
Cascade Loc's 2.35The Dalles 4.60
The return limit is one day follow
ing the date of sale.
The usual week.-end roundtrip fares
from Portland to the principal sta
tions named above also go into effect
next Saturday. They are a little low
er, and of course will be the preferred
fares for Saturday and Sunday trips
into the Columbia Gorge region. Read
Latourell .. ,,$1.20Cascade Loc's.?2.10
Bridalveil . . . 1.25Herman 2.30
Multn'h Falls. 1.45Wyeth 2.40
Oneonta 1.55Viento 2.70
Dodson 1.70Hood River... 3.05
Warrendale . 1.75IMosier 3.35
Bonneville ... 1.90jRowena 3.65
Eagle Creek. 1.95IThe Dalles 4.10
Tickets sold at these fares are good
for return on Monday following the
date of sale.
An entirely new feature for the Co
lumbia river week-end trip is the
privilege of returning on the North
Bank road if desired from either Cas
cade Locks, Hood River or The Dalles.
For this privilege the fare will be
$2.65 via Cascade Locks and Steven
son; $3.50 via Hood River and Un
derwood or White Salmon, and $4.55
via The Dalles and Granddalles. Ferry
service across the river is not in
The train service of the Union Pa
cific makes the trip to and from the
stations above named very comfort-
ble. and afford a most delightful
Madam Christeen, F. R. A. S.,
Bishop and Founder of the
Order of Melchizedek
Will Blve an informal talk FRIDAY,
APKIL 14TK and 61NDAY, AI'KIL
16TH AT 7:30 P. M at the parlors
"REGENERATION OR THE RESUR
RECTION OF THE CHRIST
EVERYONE INTERESTED- IS WEL
$25.00 a Day Off
Original Finish Good
Today's Price $575
Tomorrow's Price $5oO
Covey Motor Car Co.
21st and Washington
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VSllfe 6 Bell-ans
J-to-sfej Hot water
25 and 75$ Packages Everywhere
DEGREE TO'BE ELABORATE
Musical, Programme to Be Pre
sented by Sunnyside Lodge.
The Master Mason degree, the high
est in the blue lodge, will be pre
sented with an elaborate musical sea
ting by Sunnyside lodge, Ancient Free
and Accepted Masons, Saturday night
at 7:45 o'clock. One candidate will be
initiated into the degree.
A feature of the musical pro
gramme will be the appearance of the
newly-formed Sunnyside chorus of 50
voices under the direction of I. Car
roll Day. There -will also be violin
selections by Milton Dunham as well
as vocal solos.
It is said this will be the first time
that the Master Mason degree has
been presented with such an elaborate
The same musical aggregation will
give a programme at the Rose Uity
Park Methodist Episcopal church Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock. Dr. Roy A.
Peebles is chairman of the music com
mittee and president of the glee clulj
of the lodge.
BAZAAR PROVING SUCCESS
Actors, Musicians and Others Are
Members of Portland chapter of the
Disabled Veterans of the World War.
both afternoon and evening through
out the week, are holding a bazar in
Vaudeville actors from the Lyric
nd other theaters are contributing
to the success -of the affair. "Jitney"
dancing features the entertainment
during the evening. Articles made by
disabled men in local hospitals are on
Guy Fiekins and Joseph Rowley,
past commander and commander, re
spectively, of Portland chapter of the
disabled veterans, have enlisted the
aid of all members of their organiza
tion in making the affair, a success.
Orchestras and musical talent of all
kinds are- being donated to the veter
ans in their bazaar.
EASTER AT SEASIDE.
' This is a delightful period to spend
a few days at the ocean, for rest and
recreation after the work of the win
ter. The hotels are open all year, and
rates1 are moderate. The Spokane,
Portland & Seattle railway round trip
fare of $6 to Seaside, $5 to Astoria, is
in effect every day, return limit 30
days. Daily trains leave North Bank
station 8:15 A. M-, 1:10 and 6:30 P. M.
SMELT NOW RUNNING.
Big smelt run now in Sandy river
Take trains at Montavilla, 6:lo, 7:15
8:45 and- 10:35 A. M., 12:35, 2:35, 4:30,
5:50 and 6:65 P. M. Trains from First
and Alder at 6:45, 8:45 andi 10:45 A. M.
12:45, 2:45 and 3:45 P. M. Adv.
Motion Picture' Theater Sold.
KELSO, Wash.. April 12. (Special.)
The Vogue theater. Kelso's motion
picture house, was purchased from
J. H. Boomer by William S. Strange
and H. D. Renner of Kelso today. Mr.
Strange. is a member of the Crescent
Shingle company and Mr. Renner is in
the grocery business. The deal in
cludes' the Vogue Theater building,
the lease on the ground it occupies,
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suit are each a perfect and complete work of
tailoring art Together, the three pieces represent
a satisfying investment in good appearance
cAn investment in good appearance
-the house'of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes
MORRISON AT FOURTH ST,
and a lease on the city auditorium.
Mr. Boomer was the sole owner of
the Vogue Amusement company, hav
ing acquired his partner's holdings
some time ago. He is undecided as to
his future plans.
regalia, attends the Easter services
of some church in the county.
Templars to Observe Easter.
MOXTESANO, Wash., April 12.
Tspecial.) Arrangements have been
made for De Molay commandery,
Knights Templar, to attend the
Easter services at the Elma Baptist
church. Each year De Molay com
mandery. with the members in firil
Then style and price may be considered.
Have your eyes examined at a place you
can depend upon.
Golitmbian Optical 60.
Fittcaiaht Socialists B .a .
Jloydf. Broker .manager lfSivtHSt.
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Little heralds of friendliness, symboliz
ing all the joyousness of the season, all
the beauty of spring.
You will enjoy the advantage of a com
plete line from which to choose.
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Timber Company Incorporates.
MOXTESAXO, Wash., April 12.
(Special.) The San Carlos Timber &
Development company of Aberdeen,
with a capital stock of $500,000, has
filed articles of incorporation with
the county auditor. The capital stock
represents 500.000 shares of a par
value of $1 each. Mill operation, mar
keting of lumber, agriculture, horti
culture, dairying and colonization are
a few of the purposes stated in the
incorporation papers. Temporary di
rectors are C. E. Fettis, George
Eshom, D. JU Anderson, W. W. Gould
and W. E. Challacombe. The Coi
mopolis Motor company has filed ar
ticles of incorporation, with a capital
stock of $24,000. Incorporators are
Aaron B. T-yon, Oswald A. Brown and
Ethel B. Brower.
S. & If. green stamps for cash. Hol
man Fuel Co., coal and wood. Broad
way 6353, 660-21. Adv.
Best grades of coal well screened.
Diamond Coal Co.. Hdwy. "137. Adv.
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