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THE MORNING OREGONUtN, FRIDAY,
3TTLT 2S, 1923
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Matj 7070. 560-95
'Sunday Editor Main 7070. 580-95
Advertising Dept Main 7070, 580-95
Superintendent-erf Bldg. .Main 7070. 560-95
Subscribe with the following agents at
your summer resort, to secure the most
prompt delivery ot The Oregonlan. City
rates. Subscriptions by mall, are payable
Barview, Or Mrs. Georgia Fisk
Bay City, Or O. E. Shelly
Bay Ocean. Or F. D. Mitchell
Breakers, Wash J. M. McArthur
Brighton, Or A. W. Rowe
Cannon Beach, Or. .Cannon Beach Mc. Co
Carson, Wash Mrs. M. St. Martin
Carson, Wash Shipherds Hot Springs
Carson, Wash Carl R. Smith
Chinook, Wash R. Knutson
Ecola, Or Cannon Beach'Merc. Co.
Garibaldi, Or D. C. Ellis
Garibaldi, Or.- . J. L,. Kidder
Gearhart. Or. .... W. J. Robinson
Hot Lake, Or. Hot Lake Sanitarium
Ilwaco, Wash A. C. Pesco
Long Beach, Wash W. E. Strauhal
Manhattan Beach, Or L. Stalnaker
Manzanita, Or. E. Kartell
McKenzie Bridge, Or.Swarti & McPherson
Moclips, Wash Mrs. L. L. James
Nahcotta, Wash H. J. Brown
Neah-kah-nle Beach, Or. , A. C. Anderson
Nehalem, Or. . , . V. . D. C. Peregoy
Neskowin, Or. . . . ...... Alexander Rock
Newport. Or. - V. B. Sharp
Ocean Lake, Or . L. Stalnaker
Ocean Park, Wash, . . .. Emma Campbell
Pacific City, Or G.W.Ward
Oceanslde, Or.. , Rosenberg Bros.
Pacific City. Or D. F. Edmunds
Rockaway, Or L. Stalnaker
Seaside, Or Roth Drug Co.
Seaview, Wash. ... ... George L. Putnam
Tillamook, Or J. S. Lamar
Twin Rocks, Or L. Stalnaker
Wheeler, Or R. H. Cady
Wieeler, Or J. F. Hamilton
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill
Vaudeville and moving pictures con
tinuous dally, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PANTAGES (Broadway at Alder)
. Vaudeville. Three shows dally, 2:S0,
7 and 9vP. M. ,
THE OAKS (Amusement Park) The
Armstrong Musical Comedy company.
Take cars at First and Alder.
' Jot Ride Ends in Training School.
A joy ride to Seaside in a stolen
automobile ended at the state training-
school In Salem for three young
. boys yesterday. The boys, Ralph
Cole, aged 16, Eddie Ronders, 17,
and Carl Londsberg, 16, were com
mitted by Judge Kanzler of the
court of domestic relations, after
they acknowledged that they had
stolen a motor car belonging to Rev.
Levi Johnson, superintendent of the
Men's Resort. Another boy, Robert
Stevens, 19, was bound over to
the grand jury. Cole and Stevens
were the only ones to take the ac
tual ride to the resort, the other
boys becoming frightened.
Noted Realtor to Speak. W. B.
Herron,- past president of the Iowa
State Real Estate association and
field organizer of the National As
sociation of Real Estate Boards,
will be the speaker at a special
luncheon of the Portland Realty
board at the Multnomah hotel to
day at 12:15, Mr. Herron will bring
a personal message from President
TJpham as well as having many
Important suggestions to make rel
ative to the conduot of board mat
ters. New officers of the Northwest
Real Estate association will be pres
ent and will be introduced.
Episcopal Folders Issued. Five
thousand folders containing maps
andsreneral information of interest
to delegates to the general conven
tion of the Episcopal church, are
being mailed out of the diocesan
office to ail parts of the country.
The convention will meet here Sep
tember 5-23. Half of the folder,
which contains 16 pages, is devoted
to maps of the business sections of
the city, both on the east and west
sides of the river. The other por
tion is given over to information
and instructions of general interest
to visiting churchmen.
Repair Work to Start. Work of
repairing the damage done to the
new Bull Run dam of the city water
system by the high water of 'a few
eeka ago will be. started tomorrow,
according to City Commissioner
Mann. The excess of water which
poured over the dam washed away
the earth beneath the concrete base
of the lower side of the structure.
The hole thus created roughly ap
proimates 100 feet in length and
50 feet in width, and is as much as
eight feet deep in places. MOst of
this will be filled with concrete, at a
cost of from $2500 to ,3060.
Gift Made to Professor. The
last assembly of the Portland sum
mer term of the University of Ore
gon was held yesterday, and at this
time the 500 students and faculty
of the summer term assembled to bid
farewell to Ir. George Rebec, di
rector of the Portland Center, who
is leaving for a year's travel and
study in Europe August 1. The stu
dents presented him with a hand
ome suitcas and other gifts as
marks of affection and esteem.
Weekend Services Announced.
Services will be held, at the Congre
gation Novah Zedeck Talmud Torah,
Sixth and Hall street, tonight at 8
o'clock and tomorrow morning at
9 o'clock, Rev. Abraham I. Rosen
crantz officiating. All, are welcome.
Stadter Takes Oath as Judge.
F. W. Stadter yesterday took. the
oath of office preparatory to serv
ing as municipal judge during the
annual vacation of Judge Ekwall.
Where Is Clifford Orrell?
Clifford Orrell of Nebraska, Ind.,
has not been heard from in more
than a year by his parents in that
city. Since that time a sister, Mrs.
Zona Woods of Indianapolis, and
a brother, C. E. Orrell of Kelso,
Wash., have died, and Mr. Orrell's
' parents wish to get word to their
son. Mr. Orrell, when ,last heard
from, was working "in a logging
camp in this etate.
Additions Made to Parking Zone.
Small additions to the two-hour
parking zone iiave been made by the
city council through passage of an
J5mergency ordinance. The added
'spaces are west side of Park street,
from the north line of Glisan to the
south line of Hoyt street, and on
Glisan street, from the east side of
Third to the west side of Teith
Registration Books Are Being
Checked. A check on the registra
tion books of Multnomah county
was begun yesterday by a half-
dozen clerks under the direction of
F. M. DeNeffe, who is associated
with Jay Bowerman, - attorney for
Governor Olcott in the gubernatorial
Patriotic Exercises at Vernon
Park. Under direction of city play
ground directors there will be a
flag-raising and patriotic exercises
at Vernon," park playground at 11
o'clock this morning. Miss Dorothy
KcKee and Maurice Howard of the
playground . division will be in
Matricide Taken to Insanb Hos
pital. Walter Weir, who murdered
his aged mother about two months
ago, was taken to the state hospital
for the insane at Salem yesterday.
An- attendant was summoned from
- the institution to take charge .of
Weir on the trip. He had been vio
lent during the past few days.
Janet Chapin is Convalescing.
Janet Chapin, daughter of H. F.
Chapin of Portland, who suffered
fracture of the skull in an accident
at Cannon Bea,ch July 4 and was op
erated on at Astoria, is convalescing
rapidly, according to word received
by Portland relatives and friends.
Tired, Aching Feet can be re
lieved. See our . foot specialists for
6hoo Co., 312 Morrison. Adv.
Lot Owners Most Eradicate Poi
son Oak. Reports of an unusual
amount of poisoning from poison
oak growing about the city have
influenced City Health Officer Par
rish to take action at once to see
that this menace is eradicated. Dr
Parrish announced yesterday that
wherever the poison oak is found
the lot. owner will be given ten
days in which to remeve it. Fail
ure to act will bring arrest and
prosecution. Inspectors and mem
bers of the lot-cleaning staff are
notifying the health bureau of loca
tions of all poison oak found in the
course of their work.
Cement Contractor Arrested.
Charles Soloman, a cement con
tractor, living at 4603 Sixty-fourth
street Southeast, was arrasted yes
terday by Police Detectives Persln
ger and Wescott on a charge of is
suing worthless checks. The com
plaint was signed by W. R. Duggan,
a teamster in the employ of Solo
man. The prisoner told the police
he had arranged for a $2000 credit
with the Citizens bank, but that this
NATIVE OF DENMARK DIES AT
PORTLAND HOME. -
Andrew P. Gram.
Andrew P. Gram died yesterday
morning at 6 o'clock at his home
at 362 Larrabee street. He was
.born at Vejen, Denmark, May 12,
1855. He came to this country in
1880. In 1884 he married Miss
Carrie Jensen, and the couple
came to Portland in 1904.
He is survived by his widow, a
sister, Mrs. H. Sooguajd of Omaha,
four daughters, Mrs. H. S. Rudd
and Miss Alice of 'Portland, Mrs.
Betty Gram Swing of New York
city and Miss Mabel of Washing
ton, D. C., and three- sons, Fred
P. and Harland B. of Portland
and Arthur J. of Chicago. The
funeral wHl be held at Finley's
parlors at 2:30 next Monday.
institution . had dishonored his
checks after cashing them to the
sum of $800. He is being held for
New Clubhouse Contemplated.-
A membership drive of three months'
duration was started this week by
the Portland Motor Boat club which
contemplates anew clubhouse to be.
built on the plot of land on Hard
Tack Island in the Willamette river
near Ross island, now owned by the
organization. Discussion of the pre
posed new building at the last ses
sion of the club caused the members
to postpone the work until a larger
membership roll was made certain.
A. E. Clark to Address City Club.
A. E. Clark, Portland attorney,
who has made three trips to Eu
rope to adjust war claims and take
care of other matters, will give an
address on America's foreign policy
at the luncheon of the City club at
the Benson hotel today noon. J. A.
Churchill, state superintendent of
public instruction will give an ad
dress on "Are Tour Children Being
"' Man Is Reported Missing. Mrs.
Molly Cole, 1054 Macadam street,
yesterday asked the police to search
for her husband, C. D. Cole, who has
been missing for the past week. He
had been drinking heavily just prior
to his disappearance, she said. Cole
was described as being 35 years old
and weighing 17-5 pounds. He has
brown hair, brown eyes and was
wearing a blue coat, gray trousers
and a gray felt hat.
Moonlight Trip Planned. Mem
bers of the Women's Ad club are
making active preparations ' for a
moonlight trip on the Willamette
which . will be taken on the Swan
on the night of August 2. Bessie
Colwell, president of the organiza
tion, has appointed committees to
have charge of the arrangements for
the event. The evening will be de
voted to music and dancing.
Parkrose to Hear Radio Concert.
The entertainment committee of
the Parkrose Community club has
arranged a radio concert for the
members of the organization to be
held in the club house tonight. In
stallation of the receiving set is
complete and The Oregonlan con
cert broadcast at 8 o'clock will be
the opening feature of the evening's
Cat and Dog Farm Must Move.
Petitions of neighbors' against con
tinuance of the cat and dog-raising
establishment of Mr. and Mrs
Larry Furman, at 1250 East Mor
rison street, have prevailed with the
city council and the owners have
been ordered to seek a new and
more remote location for their busi
ness. L To the Citizens of Portland. I
desire at this time to make the an
nouncement that I Intend to become
a candidate and seek election to the
office of city commissioner, in the
municipal election, to .be . held at
Portland, Oregon, in November, 1922.
Sincerely yours, Otto D. Drain, 669
Junior street, Portland,' Oregon.
(Paid adv. by Otto D. Drain.)
Westmoreland Club to Give
Dance. The entertainment commit
tee of the Westmoreland Community
club has completed arrangements
for the next regular session of the
club which will be purely social. The
Swan has been ertgaged for the eve
ning of August 4 and the members
will enjoy a dancing party in place
of the regular business session. .
Degree of Honor Meets Todat.
Tabor lodge; No. 65, Degree of
Honor, Protective association, will
hold their second monthly meeting
today at 2 P. M., I. O. O. F. hall, East
Eightieth and Glisan streets. Re
freshments will be served and visit
ing members are cordially invited.
Sellwood to Hold Bargain i Car
nival. The Sellwood Better Busi
ness club has decided to hold the
third bargain carnival in the com
munity tomorrow. Prizes are of
fered to the residents in all the local
business houses during the day.
Realization League to Picnic
The monthly outdoor picnic lunch of
the Realization league will be held
at Peninsula park today at 6:30 P. M.
All friends of the league are cor
dially Invited. -
Ham SPECiAt. Swift's ' Premium
Hams, 10 to 14 pounds average,
whole or half, 38c pound. Pacific
Bay City Market, 186 Fourth street,
at Yamhill. Adv.
Dr. F. M. Brooks returned. 502
Stevens building. Adv.
Turlat makes good clothes, 409
Failing building. Adv.
Dr. Hood, glasses, Morgan bldg.
Hi ' 1
. Mexican Land Involved in Suit.
A suit Involving a large plot of
ground in the state of Vera Cruz,
Mexico, was Instituted in circuit
court yesterday by R. C. Miller
against Ellsworth Pickell and about
50 others. The land is located near
the town of Glenwood Colony. Ac
cording to those familiar with the
case', Miller entered into a contract
with G. Evert Baker and others of
this city, to a parcel out of the land
in . five-acre tracts. These trticts
were sold to a number of residents
here, and a company known as the
Tehauntepec Plantation company
was organized to cultivate the land
on a proportion basis. The company
is also named as a defendant in the
suit brought by Miller.. The deal
was made about two years ago. In
the suit Miller charges that, the
contract was broken by Pickell, and
he asks that the contract be set
aside by the court.
Property Destruction Enjoined.
A temporary restraining order
prohibiting the city from destroying
the gambling paraphernalia seized
in a raid In Chinatown Tuesday, was
issued yesterday by Circuit Judge
Tazwell. Wah Sing, one of the 14
Chinese whose places were raided,
filed suit asking for the return of
the property, which was 'ordered
destroyed by Judge Deich of dis
trict court. Wah Sing, in his peti
tion, said that all the' property had
been conveyed to him by the. 13
others. It was enumerated as being
50 tables, 150 chairs, 60 dropllghts
and electrical equipment.
Public Garage Site Viewed. City
commissioners yesterday viewed the
site of the public garage proposed
for Northrup street, near Twenty
third, against which vigtorous remon-,
strance was- made before the coun
cil, particularly on behalf of Good
Samaritan hospital, ' situated only
across the street. The site of a
lumber yard proposed by the Lom
bard Lumber company for Lombard
street, between West Anna and
Newell streets, was also visited.
Commissioners Bigelow, Barbur and
Mann composed the Inspecting party.
East ,Tabor Reports Delayed.
Reports on the various activities of
the East Tabor Improvement asso
ciation were not made at the reg
ular meeting of the organization
held Wednesday night, as had been
planned, and' a week's extension of
time was given to prepare the re
ports by the president, Dr. L. R.
Wilson. The special meeting has
been called for next Wednesday eve
ning at the Hudson school building,
when several matters of importance
relating to the improvement of the
district will be discussed. '
Moonshiner Is Found Guilty.
Bramlett Jayn'es was found guilty
of violating the prohibition law by
a jury in the federal court yester
day afternoon. This was a retrial
for Jaynes, the jury in the first
trial failing to' agree. In the pres
ent trial Alan Bynon, assistant
United States attorney, had the Jury
visit the - premises where Jaynes
lived at the time the house 'was
raided. Sentence will be passed on
the defendant this morning.
Masonic Building Progresses.
Work on the $50,000 home being
constructed by Mount Hood Masonic
lodge at the northeast corner of
Commercial and Emerson streets, is
progressing and it is probable that
the building will be ready for oc
cupancy on November 1. It is 70x90
feet, with a full basement, and two
stories high. The cornerstone was
laid June 17.
Ex-Montanans to Picnic. Ex-res
idents of Montana will gather at
Crystal Lake park for their annual
picnic tomorrow. The basket lunches
will be served at 6:30 o'clock and
reminiscences and renewing of ac
quaintances will take the place of a
regular programme during the eve
ning. All members -of the society,
as well as ex-residents of the state,
are Invited. .. -
River Excursion Planned. A
dance and socia! ''--ing on the
excursion boat J.rd has been
arranged for i ..lembers of the
Oddfellows and Rebekah lodges of
the city. Star lodge of Oddfellows
No. 219 and Rebekah lodge No. 203
are acting jointly in sponsoring the
affair. A committee promises an
evening of pleasure with plenty Of
excitement on the programme.
Work of Church Advances. Con
struction work on the new edifice
for the ' Moreland Presbyterian
church, at East Eighteenth street
and Bybee avenue, is progressing
rapidly and it Is expected -that the
building will be ready for occupancy
in November. Plans for the dedica
tion are being arranged so that the
dedication may be held Thanksgiv
ing day if possible.
Clothes Are Stolen From Shop.
Clothing thieves broke into the
cleaning and dye works of -C. W.
Merritt, 638 Sandy boulevard, on
Wednesday night and stole eight
suits of clothes which customers had
left there for cleaning and pressing,
he reported to the police yesterday.
They gained entrance by breaking
through a glass on the rear door.
Church to Have Outing. Mem
bers of the Moreland Presbyterian
church and their families and
friends, will participate in a picnic
and social gathering at Evergreen
station as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Eisert this evening. The pic
nic at the Eisert home is an annual
affair. A lunch wHI be served.
OF THE NORTH
pmuTiwimiic ii a. m. to
Broadway and Taylor ,
' ' BEGINNING
SATURDAY to NEXT FRIDAY
CONTINTTOTJS 11 TO 11
I POPULAR PRICES f
' AFTS TO 6, 25c '
EYE'S AFTER 6
Children, Any Time - - 10c
Abov Prices Include War Tax
Many Smiles A Few Tear.
A Kins Vldov Production.
I TO MISS THIS I8!
Nothing better made
Prices now reduced
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
Perjury Charge Develops Issue.
Can a man- not under oath be held
for statements made out of court?
This Is the problem ' -which United
States Commissioner Prazier is con
sidering. Clarence Garrett, who -was
a government, witness against Jack
Clayton, bootlegger, is charged
with perjury by Assistant United
States Attorney Maguire -because
Garrett told one story to Maguire
in the latter's office and another
when under oath on the stand. Later
Garrett is said to have told a deputy
marshal that he wanted to go- back
and testify again. John J. Beck
man, representing Garrett, main
tains that unless his client was un
der oath when he talked to Maguire,
or when speaking to the deputy
marshal!, about testifying again, the
government cannot support the per
Hamilton Avenue Housb Looted.
Jewelry, . clothing and household
articles of a total value of nearly
1500 were stolen from the home of
W. L. Bramkamp, '303 Hamilton ave
nue, some time early yesterday.
Burglars forced their way into the
hoiise during the absence of the
family and ransacked It from top to
Kill That Poison Oak with Atlas
"A" chemical weed killer, results
guaranteed. Chlpman Chemical En
gineering Co.,' originators chemical
track weeding. Bdwy. 155-9. Adv.
Dr. datton, glasses, Swetland bldg.
SAVES MONEY FOR MEN.
Most men have a good coat and
veit for which the pants are worn
out. Match it up with a fine pair of
new pants at the Brownsville wool
en pants sale and you have another
suit available. Choice, thousands of
pairs, $5. Adv. ;
City Bays Portland Bonds.
Investment of $88,533.0-3 of money
in the city water bond sinking fund
by City Treasurer Adams was re
vealed Wednesday through action
taken by the city council in order
ing the drawing: of a warrant to
reimburse! the treasury in this
amount.- Included in the list of
securities acquired as an' investment
weTe water, bridge, fireboat, grain
elevator, harbor-development and
When Packing for
Vacation trips re
We carry a fine assort
ment of choice hard can
dies packed in glass jars.
20c to $135 per jar
Containing a variety of
candies suitable for the
$1j00 and $2JD0 per box
"Special attention given to
388 Washington St.
Save From $1.50 to $4 Per
Cord on Your Wood Order
Y Ask Broadway 6353 ' jpcpj :
HOLMAN FUEL CO. S
8, & H. Green Stamp
We offer the greatest fuel
city-auditorium bonds, all municipal
Answer to Contest Filed.
An answer to the election contest
suit filed by W. "W. Banks, defeated
candidate for nomination for state
senator, was filed In circuit court
Wednesday by W. J. H. Clark, the
successful candidate. Clarlc not only
denied In toto the allegations made
by Banks, but set forth that he himr
self was entitled to some 600 more
votes. The recount will start In the
near future, it was predicted.
S. & H. green stamps for cash,
Holman, Fuel Co., coal and wood.
Broadway 6353; 660-21. Adv.
Summer prices on coal. Phone Dla
mond Coal Co., Bdwy. 3037. Adv.
Still in Progress
Many New Styles
Among ijhich are some
Laird-Schober & Co.'s ijn.
plain patent, plain tan and
white reignskin pumps.
Other makes in white and
combinations. If you can
be fitted you will like the
Dress Hose and striking
sport styles for men, women
and children. -
Knight Shoe Co.
Morrison, near Broadway
Constipation, Sick Headache, Bilioui
nesi. Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gas on
the Stomach, Bad Breath you will find
cotbing better than that wholeiome
Never disappoint. Take one tonight
and feel better in the morning.
Georie Jenner, Su Aatonlo. Tezai: "Foley
Cathartic Tabieta bare proven to be the beat
laiatlre 1 ever bare taken and I recommend
mem tor coaitipaaioa and biliouinaw."
Dr. J. E.Stevenson
Buh et Lane Bldg.,' Third Floor
Broadway at Alder
IN GETTING HEALTH
THE MOORE SANITARIUM
828 Hawthorn, at 27th.
MILK DIET AND REST
For Dentistry That Lasts
Dr. Fred Mellish
108 Vt Fourth Street
Opp. J. C. Penney Coi. Store ,
Phone Broadway 8769
, Fifth and Stark Streets.
value for the least money
vLxauon OI JfQ
takes you farther
Here are a dozen
Season 1921 -
833 Alameda Drive $326.35
548 Elizabeth St - 327.25
221 N. 24th St. 308.36
290 Albemarle St.... 257.08
1125 MaUory Ave 120.45
1400 Alameda Drive 263.72
1229 E. Ash St.. ...r 249.88
269 E. 16th St. N.....v 25750
511 Clifton St. 836.04
Riverwood Station 161.03
1067 Westover Road 281.07
Remember that' most Residences heated by , Hot
Water or Steam are of the larger type, but even at
that the cost is about the same as if Solid fuel was
used and the owner had v
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No Basement Chores
Let the Gas Co. figure
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Use "Red Crown' exclusively and you will reduce
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Fill at the Red Crown sign at Service-Stations,
garages, or other dealers.
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carbuncles, and other skin erup
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the application of Benetol accord
ing to directions will soon bring- re
lief. Complete directions for treating-
boils and carbuncles with
Benetol found with every bottle.
As an antiseptio and germicide,
Benetol has 100 uses in the home.
Get a bottle-today at your druggists.
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ested in the classified columns.