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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTE3IBER 12, 1922
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. 860-95
Sunday Editor .Main 7070. 560-95
Advertising Dept Main 7070. 5tt0-5
Superintendent ot Bldg. .Main 7070. 560-95
HIPPODROME (l' -oadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures con
tinuous daiiy, 1:15 to H P. M.
PANT AGES (Broadway at Alder)
Vaudeville. Three shows daily. 2:30. 7
. and 9 P. M.
COLUMBIA BEACH (Amusement Park)
Bathing, dancing and rides. Cars at
Fifth and Washington.
Bridge Proposals Presented. A
place on the November ballot for the
proposed Sellwood bridge, across the
Willamette at the present ferry
route, was asked by H. E. Sellwood
and Kenneth Brown, representin
that community at a meeting o
county commissioners yesterday.
Tha bridge suggested would cost i
the neighborhood of $450,000. Th
petitioners told the commissioners
that thev were not lighting tne pro
posed Ross Island bridge, at the
foot of Beacon street, but ravorea it
as well. St. Johns high bridge com
mittee was represented at the meet
ing, asking that a 12,000,000 bond
Issue be voted on to erect a Driag
across the Willamette at St. John
to take the place of the presen
ferrv. It was suggested that th
east approach be at the foot of Fre
mont street, the west at the junc
tion of Germantown and St. Helen
roads. vJohn A. Hall, president of
the Burnside Street association, file
a. formal petition to put on the bal
lot the proposed $3,000,000 Burnside
bridge to replace the present ae
Business Block to Rise. A new
business block is soon to rise in the
business section of Milwaukie, ac
cording to the Milwaukie Real Es
tate and Development association
following Its. last regular meeting,
There is not a vacant business loca
tion in the little city at present and
the ciyjjc organization has decided
to construct a new building and is
negotiating- for the location with a
view to commencing work on tne
ia ctniffni-fl Rnnn Several new
residences are also planned by the
organization to be constructed at
once and sold to home seekers, ine
next meeting of the association to
complete the plans for the building
programme will be held tomorrow
Four rw Famtlt Arrested. Re
ports came into the offices of the
fame commission yesterday of ar
rests of four members of the Siedel
man. family of Vernonia Sunday. The
arrests were made by Deputy Game
Wardens Clark, Cornell and Halde
man. Edwin Siedelman was arrested
at Pebble creek for hunting deer
with dogs and fined 50 at St
pa1bhs vpHterris-V- Cnrt Siedelman
was arrested on a charge of hunting
without a license and fined $25 at
St. Helens. Marion and Victor Sie
delman were arrested for the same
offense and fined $25 each..
Colonization Study Planned. A
study of the colon ization of the
United States has been planned for
the year's work of the Oak Grove
Milwaukie Social Service club, which
will meet for the fall session for
the first time Thursday. Papers
dealing with the early explorations
of the Spaniards, English, French
and Norsemen will be prepared for
the first meeting by Mrs. Mattie
Pierce and Mrs. Anna Palmblad. The
gathering will be at the home of
Mrs. Willis Greene at Lakewood sta
Guild to Hold Reception. The
Guild of St. Stephen's Episcopal mis
sion extends a cordial invitation to
the various churches, societies and
the public generally to attend a re
ception at the social hall of the
Young Women's Christian associa
tion, Broadway and Taylor streets.
.tonight from 8:30 to 11. to meet visi
tors and delegates attending the
general convention of the Episcopal
church. A musical and literary pro-
- gramme will be rendered.
Longshoremen's Union Thanked.
The general longshoremen's union
of Portland has received a letter
from P. O. Carroll of Pictou, Nova
Scotia, in which gratitude is ex
pressed for the manner in which the
union men conducted the funeral of
his brother, Phillip Carroll. Mr. Car
roll, who died some time ago was a
charter member of the local long
Portland Couplb Seek Son. Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Brown of 1 371
Russell street are seeking word of
their son, Arthur Raymond Brown,
aged 34, last heard from in Febru
ary, 1915, in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The description given at American
Legion heaquarters yesterday was
of a man tall and slender, with dark
brown hair and eyes.
Bishop to Address Kiwanis. The
regular luncheon of Kiwanis will be
held at noon today at the Multno
mah hotel. Bishop Harry S. Long
ley of Iowa, here attendinig the
Episcopal general convention, will
be the speaker. All visiting Ki-
wanians are especially invited to the
luncheon, according to announce
ment made yesterday.
Examiner to Attend Meeting. A
representative of the Oregon state
board of engineering examiners will
attend the meeting of the council of
state hoards of engineering examin
ers to be held in Chicago October 2.
This decision was made at a recent
meeting of the local organization
held in the Corbett building.
Auto Occupant Injured. O. Ol
man, 211 Curry street, suffered
minor bruises when he was thrown
from a machine in collision with an
other car at First and Morrison
streets yesterday morning. He was
taken to his home.
Bio Monet. $11,000 worth of jew
elry, silverware and furs taken. Pro
tect your valuables, phone Atwater
2391 for a burglary and theft policy
which protects you against such
losses. W. R. McDonald Co., Yeon
Grade Teachers to Meet. The
Portland Grade Teachers' associa
tion will meet tomorrow at 4:30
P. M., in the hall at the central li
brary, Tenth and Yamhill streets. All
members are urged to be present.
Burglars Loot Home Sunday
Night while owners sleep, securing
til, 000 in valuables. Why take a
chance? Phone Atwater 2391 for a
burglary and theft policy. W. R.
McDonald Co., Yeon bldg. Adv.
Attorneys, Attention! All attor
neys are invited to attend the lunch
eon given in honor of Joseph Simon
at the Portland hotel teday, 12
o'clock. Auspices of State and Mult
nomah Bar associations. Adv.
Reputed Father Arrested. Cal
Clinton was arrested at the Hill
Crest hotel yesterday by Deputy
Constable Watkins on a complaint
charging him with being the father
of an illegitimate child.
Attention op Parents is called to
the opening of Beth Israel religious
school next Sunday at 10 o'clock.
Come and bring your children. Spe
cial classes for high school groups.
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Fall Fishing Season Opens. At
noon last Sunday the fall fishing
season on the Columbia river opened.
Steelheads, silversides and fall Chi
nook salmon figure most heavily in
the catches. One report came into
the 6ffices of the master fish war
den of a five-ton catch by one can
nery, which is a fair haul. Three
cents a pound is offered fbr fall
silversides. Several of the can
neries are offering a 1-cent bonus
for fish brought directly to the can
nery docks and not handled through
accumulating agents. "The fishing
will be good for about two weeks,"
said Carl Shoemaker, master fish
warden, "then there will be but lit
tie activity until the spring runs.
The present season lasts until Feb
Part in College Drive Topic
Oregon's part in the nation-wide
campaign to establish seven union
Christian colleges for the women of
the far east will be discussed at a
meeting of the women of Portland
to be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
in room A of central library. The
principal speaker will be Miss Lucy
Sturgis of Massachusetts, who is
here for the general convention of
the Episcopal church. An invitation
has been extended to the 75 women
comprising the advisory committee
for the Oregon campaign, the wives
of all pastors and the presidents of
all women s organizations, Dotn
church and club. Any other women
interested will be welcome.
Church to Have Round-Up Week.
This week is to be known as
round-up week at the Arleta Baptist
church and beginning tonight there
will be a gathering at the church
each evening for entertainment pur
poses or for religious worship. The
novel programme will begin with an
illustrated lecture tonight on
"China." Tomorrow evening a home
coming prayer meeting will be held,
while Thursday night there will be
a concert by the church band and by
the intermediate and senior choirs.
Friday night a Sunday school rally
will be held and Sunday, September
17, will be enlistment day.
Bootlegger Draws $300 Fine. On
charges of possession of liquor and
maintenance of a nuisance. George
Massich, arrested by the poilce mor
als squad at 101 North Third street,
received a $300 fine and a 30-day
jail sentence from Municipal Judge
Ekwall yesterday. Bob Rich and
Bob Junkie, said by police to be his
helpers, .each were given a $75 fine.
A fine of $50 and a ten-day jail
sentence went to Jung Bok, 3-89
Flanders street on the charge of
maintaining a lottery.
Gold Lake Ordered Closed. At
a meeting of the state game com
mission yesterday. Gold lake in Lane
county was ordered closed indefin
itely, and it was held advisable to
close other lakes in that vicinity.
which tare particularly adaptable to
egg-taking work. Open season was
established at Olive lake. Crawfish
lake. Aneroid lake and Ice lake in
Morrow county for fishing; from
June 1 to October 1. Open season
for quail in Douglas county was de
creed from-October 16 to 31.
Postofpice Site Chosen. The pro
posed new postoffice building for
the Lents branch office will be built
on the property owned by Mrs.
Anna M. Lent, on Woodstock avenue
and Ninety-second street, according
to plans. The new structure is to
be 40x60 feet with a 36-foot frontage
on Woodstock avenue and will pro
vide one of the finest branch post
offices in the city when completed.'
v ork is expected tn start imme
diately to have the building ?eady
for occupancy on December 1.
Meier Family in New York. Ju
lius L. Meier, Mrs. Meier and their
two daughters and one son arrived
in New York city last Saturday and
will return to Portland in about two
weeks, according to word received
by members of the family yesterday.
They returned from Europe on the
steamship Paris and are stopping
at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York
city. Mr' Meier is detained in New
York on business and will come' to
Portland as soon as it is transacted.
Social Workers to Meet. The
first meeting of the season of Ore
gon Social Workers' association will
be their luncheon tomorrow at 12
sharp, Seward grille. Miss Mary Van
Kleek of the Russell Sage founda
tion and a director of the National
Social Workers' Exchange, will
speak on the subject of professional
org-anization of social workers. A
full attendance of the membership
s urged, i
Community Meeting Is Tonight.
Community Service will assist Pe
ninsula Park Improvement club in
putting on its first meeting- of the
year tonight at 8 o'clock in the Pe
ninsula schoolhouse. Plans will be
discussed regarding1 a community
house In Columbia park. There will
be two reels of motion pictures and
a community sing, led by J. C. Hen
derson, with Miss Virginia Lohman
Pedestrian Is Robbed. A holdup
man at Sixteenth and Couch streets,
shortly after midnight Sunday,
robbed Joe Falcon, 133 North Six
teenth street, of a wallet containing
$45 in currency and a number of
receipts, and then left the scene in
a small car which had been left run
ning nearby. Falcon did not report
the robbery to the police until yes
Structure to Cost $5000 Under
"Way. A new $5000 brick and tile
store building is now ' under con
struction at 1319 Division street just
west of Fiftieth street and will be
ready for occupancy about Novem
ber 1. The building is one of the
many new business structures which
has been erected in the Mount Scott
diatrict during the past few months.
Chester Cieslinski is the owner.
Big Spud Crop Reported. Lloyd
Riches, publisher of-two newspapers
in Malheur county, is driving back
to Vale after a stay in Portland of
wo weeks. Riches says that in his
part of the state everyone is rejoic-
ng over the bumper potato crop. On
the AVarm Springs irrigation project
there have been gathered as many
as J17 sacks to the acre.
Store Building Rising. A new
store buildinig in the Firland dis
trict to be located at 7124 Foster
road is now under construction and
will be ready for occupancy the lat
er part of this month. The struc
ure will be the new home of Arm
strong's drug store, which will be
moved from its present location at
East Seventy-second street and Mil
Oddfellows Are to Visit. A
large delegation of members of Villa
lodge of Oddfellows will go to Sell
wood tomorrow night to visit the
City View lodge. The exemplifica-
ion of the first degree work will
be put on for the benefit of the
Dr. Hood, glasses, Morgan bldg. 1
Tn. H. E. Shoot returned. Adv. W
Burglary and Plot Are Charged.
On complaint of Jack Wong, north
end Chinese., Joise Miller, propri
etress of a lodging house at 229
First street, and Antoniette Joban
and. Joe Vlque, lodgers at the place,
were arrested yesterday and charged
with burglary. Wong's story is that
the Joban woman asked him to her
room and there demanded money,
which he refused her. Thereupon
she 'began to scream, he said, bring
ing Mrs, Miller and Vique to her.
A scuffle followed in which Wong
says he lost $26.40. The three deny
his story and assert that he at
tempted to harm the woman. They
are under $150 bail each.
Wrappers and Cartons Burn. A
lighted cigarette thrown down in a
remote storeroom on the third floor
of the Lang & Co. warehouse at
First and Ankeny streets early yes
terday is believed responsible for a
blaze which damaged wrappers and
cartons stored there to the extent
of $50. Large quantities of highly
inflammable material were in close
proximity to the blaze. No other
Liquor Brings Jail Term. After
being arrested yesterday for the sec
ond time in recent weeks with
moonshine in his possession, How
ard Crytzer was fined $250 and sen
tenced to 60 days in the county jail
by District Judge Hawkins. He
was arrested by Deputy Sheriffs
Beeman, Schirmer and Talley. Will
iam Buske, charged with having
beer in his possession, was fined $50.
Dr. O. O. Fletcher, wife and nurse
have returned. Practice limited to
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HAPPY RAE SAJIUEIiS
First of New Vaudeville Shows
Will Close Portland , En
Bubbling over with enthusiasm.
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uels, "the blue streak of vaudeville,"
has stirred to delightful happiness
every audience before which she has
appeared as the.headline star of the
first bill of the new Orpheum vaud-
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eville season at the Heilig theater.
After a decidedly successful revival
of interest in big-time vaudeville
entertainment, the first of the new
Orpheum shows will close its Port-
land engagement tonight, following
the final matinee today.
Rae Samuels is distinctly ofvau
deville and it was in this form of
entertainment she began her rise to
flattering heights as a comedienne.
She has been cast in musical plays,
but these, she declares, she did not
enjoy, because she had known
vaudeville and was on friendly
terms with its audiences and to
them wished to remain loyal. Miss
Samuels is one of vaudeville's most
democratic personages and her suc
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she qualifies for that important
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Her friends attribute Miss Sam
uels' position on the stage "to an
electrifying personality as much as
to her dynamic comedy. Her mag
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