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TIIK MOllNIXG OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1923
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. 660-95
Sunday Editor Main 7070. 560-85
Advertising Dept Main 7070. 5H0-95
Superintendent of Bldg..Main 7070. 560-95
HIPPODROME! (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures con
tinuous daily, 1:15 to 11 P. M. s
PA XT AG ES (Broadway at Alder)
Vaudeville. Three shows dally, 2:80, 1
and 9 P. M.
COLUMBIA BEACH (Amusement Park)
Bathing, dancing and rides. Cars at
Fifth and Washington.
Clce Federation approved. The
plan for the federation of smaller
civic clubs now maintained through
out the various suburban communi
ties of the city is meeting with the
approval of the ' organizations, ac
cording to Jack Henderson of the
community service, who is working
to perfect the idea. Members of the
Peninsula Community club ap
proved the plan at their regular
meeting Tuesday and several other
community clubs are behind the
protect. The organization of a
central council with a delegate from i
eacit community organization will
be iJnight in the working out of the
ides., and an interchange of local
talent at the various community
social gatherings will be attempted
if tha federation Is completed.
Lttery Operator Fined. Cut off
In its infancy was tfre lottery es
tablishment of Hugh Leong at 230
South Third street. The story of its
downfall was related in municipal
court yesterday morning by morals
squad officers, who told of entering
the place, which is masked by a
soft drink and confectionery store
an finding there lottery tickets
and paraphernalia, and that after it
had been running but two or three
weeks. Judge Ekwall imposed
sentence of five days and a $50 fine
on Ieong, declared to be one of the
proprietors of the,place, for posses
sion of the outfit, and fines of 15
each on A. L Reinhart and P. fc..
Vann for being in a lottery joint.
College Professor Fined. Notice
came, into the offices of the state
game commission yesterday of the
arrest of Joe Klander, an alien, Sep
tember 8 at Clackamas river for
angling without an alien gun license.
Deputy Game Wardens Meads and
McDanlels made the arrest. Klander
was fined $25 at Oregon City on
September 8. Professor Stewar
Sims of Oregon Agricultural college,
Corvallis, was arrested at Alsea on
September 8 for angling without
license by Wardens McDaniels and
Hawker and was fined 25 at Philo
math on September 8.
Elaborate Season Planned.
Plans for the social programme dur
irigthe winter for the Irvington club
were discussed at the meeting of the
executive committee held in the
clubhouse Tuesday evening. "VV. H.
Cullers, chairman of the social com
mittee, has made arrangements for
one of the biggest social seasons in
the history of the organization and
a fine orchestra has been contracted
with forthe dances. The interior of
the clubhouse recently was reno
va'.ed and refinished and will be in
splendid shape for the opening
Xeab East Luncheon Topic
John R. Voris of N"ew York city, as
soclate secretary of the Near East
relief, will speak on "Present Con
ditions in the Near East" at the
luncheon of the Progressive Busi
ness Men's club at the Benson hotel
today noon. Mr. Voris recently re
turned from Constantinople and
vicinity. Bishop J. S. Darlington of
the Episcopal diocese of Harrisburg,
Pa., also will give an address. Dr.
Hubert F. Leonard will be chairman
of the day. There will be special
Bible to Aid Business The use
of the Bible in everyday business
was the subject taken by A. H.
Deute, advertising manager of the
Borden Milk company, in an address
oeiore tne jporuana Ad club yester- i cOMM ITTKE
udy at me regular weettiy luncneun
held at the Benson hotel. Mr. Deute
said that he knew many business
men who took slogans from the
Bible which had helped their busi
ness remarkably. He said that just
as laws are founded upon the Bible,
so are the principles of good busi
ness, and the man who reads the
Bible and applies it to business will
come out at the big end of the horn.
Slogans, he declared, taken "from the
Bible and followed make for better
relations in all branches of com
merce. Burglar's Funeral to Be Held.
The funeral of the unidentified
young man who lost his life in an
attempted loot of the L. A. Lewis
home, on King street. September 3.
will be held this afternoon at 2
DRUGGISTS TO 1 PI
tl MITTEE NAMED TO GET
John E. Gratke Addresses Mem
bers of Local Association in
Behalf of 1925 Show.
LOCAL GIRL, TAKES LEADING
PART IN DANCE REVt'E,
Peter Kerr Resigns. After four
years of service as a member of the
board of directors of the Portland
Chamber of Commerce, Peter Kerr
yesterday submitted his resignation
to O. W. Mielke, president. Mr. Kerr
called attention to the fact that he
Will be away from Portland most of
the coming year 'and will not have
time to devote to the work. He sug
gested that he be allowed to give
way to a younger man. He has been
chairman of the foreign trade de
partment of the Chamber of Com
Robber Gets ,28. Ray O. Smith,
632 Marion avenue, reported to the
police early yesterday morning that
he had been held up at 2 A. M. at
Sixth and Columbia streets and re
lieved -of ?28 by a robber, who pre
sented a nickel revolver for his in
spection and then reached directly
tor the pocket which held the
money. Smith had just come from
a Chinese place and believes that
the holdup was the work of some
one who saw him put the money
Fire Damages Gatens' Home.
While Cirtcuit Judge Gatens offi
ciated at the benefit performance
for Mr. Glen H. Price at the Peo
ple's theater Tuesday night, neigh
bors discovered a. small blaze caused
by an overheated iron in his home
at 510 East Twenty-fifth North.
Mrs. Gatens had left the house sev
eral 1-ours and evidently had
neglected to turn off the electricity.
Damage, which was slight, was con
fined to one room.
Social "Worker to Lecture Dr.
Lee K. Frankel, third vice-president
of the Metropolitan Life Insurance
eompany and known throughout the
country as a social worker, will give
an address at the Temple Beth
Israel, Twelfth and Main streets, to
morrow evening. Dr. Frankel' ad
dress will give his impressions of
central Europe during a recent trip
there. Everybody will be made
welcome. .No collection will be
East Side 1925 Envoy Named.
L. M. Lepper, secretary of the East
aide Business Men's club, will be the
club's official representative on the
1925 special train through eastern
Oregon to leave here Monday. The
organization was represented in the
auto caravan by Shelby Wiggins of
the Union Pacific.
Tourist Hurt bi Ax. H. H.
Mulder, 31, auto tourist from Long
Beach, Cal., and a shingle weaver by
occupation, was taken to the Good
Samaritan hospital yesterday with a
severe ax wound in his left foot in-i
currea wnne he was chopping wood
at the city auto camp.
De Molats to Hold Dance. Mem
bers of Washington chapter. Order
of De Molay, will 'entertain with ita
first dance of the season at the
Laurelhurst club tomorrow night.
A number of invitations have been
sent out for the opening affair of
the social programme.
Big Robbert. 1 1.000 worth of
jewelry, silverware and furs taken.
Protect your valuables. Phone At
water 2391 for a burglary and theft
policy which protects you against
sucn losses. v . K. McDonald Co....
leon bldg. Adv.
Cat Overturns Lighted Lamp.
Damage amounting to $150 resulted
in the home of L. E. Reynolds. 1624
Maryland avenue, early Tuesday
morning, when a cat turned over a
lamp which had been left to burn
through the night.
Underground Worker Steals
Tire. Some one tunneled under the
jraraere of J. E. Hopkins, 718 East
Seventieth ' street North, Monday
night and' removed a tire and tube
from the front wheel of Mr. Hop
Vins' machine and took a wrench.
Rheumatism. Jack King cures it.
207 Dekum bldg. Adv.
Dr. H. E. Shoot returned. Adv.
Mian Ivanelle. Ladd.
Miss -Ivanelle Ladd, a Portland
girl,-daughter of W. W. Ladd, a
newspaper man, manages and
takes a leading part in the dance
revue given by the Five Pres
tons at the Hippodrome theater,,
this week. She has risen to a
conspicuous place "in vaudeville
within four years after leaving
Miss Ladd took to stage life
because her parents were in
vaudeville when she was born
and took her with them on tours
during the first three years of
her life. "I can't remember what
happened then, but I know I
liked stage life and love it now,"
o'clock. Services will be held at
Kenworthy's .chapel and burial will
be at the Multnomah cemetery. Some
charitable citizens have volunteered
to defray the expense of the funeral
by means of solicitation of all who
are willing to contribute for the
cause. This is being done because
of the extreme youth of the de
ceased. All who are desirous of
helping in the payment are asked to
communicate either with Mrs. L.
Meier or- Mrs. A. J. Boatwright.
Dance Hall Not Closed. The
dance hall at Grande Ronde, the
little lumbering town where the
federal agents. Price and Todd, came
to their death at the hands of a
drunken Indian, has not been
closed, was the word brought to
Portland yesterday by Morris B.
Wilson, proprietor of the hall. Fed
eral agents declared that Sheriff Orr
had said the hall would be closed at
once, but, according to V ilson, no
such order has been made.
Ranger Recommended for Job.
Sanford Floe has been recommended
by the loal forest service bureau
for the position of forest ranger in
the Rainier national forest in Wash
ington. Floe has been at work in a
temporary capacity, and will receive
assignment for short fall work only
until some vacancy occurs in the
service, when he will receive perma
Social Workers to Meet. A con
ference of the Oregon Social Work
ers' association to meet with promi
nent social workers who are attend
ing the triennial Episcopal conven
tion has been called for next Mon
day afternoon at the auditorium of
the Young Men's Christian associa
tion. Speaking will .commence at 4
P. M. and a cafeteria supper will be
served at 6 o'clock.
Bridge Conference Huld. En
gineers of the city, county and state
conferred yesterday in the office of
City Engineer Laurgaard on esti
mates of cost for the proposed new
Burnside and Ross Island bridges.
The outcome of the conference will
be submitted at a joint meeting of
the city and county commissioners
to be held today, it was announced.
Albina Residence Robbed. A
watch, together with other jewelry.
and $2 In cash were reported to the
police yesterday as stolen from the
home of J. P. Limerick, 1692 Albina
avenue, by an intruder, who gained
entrance by jimmying a window.
Dentistry That Doesn't Hurt.
Dr. J. E. Stevenson, Bush & Lane
Beth Israel Religious'
opens Sunday at 10. Adv..
Prunes for Sale. 1025
Valley road. 2c per pound.
At the first regular meeting of
the Portland Retail Druggists" as
sociation held since' the summer
adjournment at the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday John E. Gratke
of the Oregon 1925 exposition board
addressed the assembled druggists,
speaking in behalf of the fair and
asking the co-operation of the drug
trade to put over the present pre
liminary plans. H. F. Bramdon,
president of the association, was
authorized to appoint a committee
of druggists to work with the fair
board in lining up the drug inter
ests of the city.
Through the courtesy of H. J.
Frank of the Blumauer-Frank Drug
company the-druggists were enabled
to take measures for preparation of
a booth to be installed in the audi
torium during the Oregon health ex
position to be held there in October
for the purpose of showing the pub
lic the scientific side bf pharmacy
and its relation to public health.
The booth is to be a replica of a
prescription department in a drug
store, with one or two registered
pharmacists on duty at ali times to
explain to spectators the! work of
the pharmacist in regard to medi
cine. .It will be under the joint
management of the Oregon State
Pharmaceutical association and the
Portland Retail Druggists' associa
tion. A committee from each asso
ciation has been appointed to work J
out details, with F. S. Ward. Ross
Plummer and A. W. Allen for the
state association and E. A. Robin
son, George W. Tabler, and Edsrar
Stipe for the local association.
The secretaries of both associa
tions were authorized to send tele
grams to the interstate commerce
commission urging the necessity of
drugs and medicines being put on
the priority list in freight ship
ments. This is deemed necessary on
account of the approaching winter
season, when sickness may be prevalent.
TOMORROW and SATURDAY
11A.M. to 11 P.M.
ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA,
"DUSK to DAWN"
From the I'mioui Novel,
A KlnK Vldor Production. ,
Greatest Comedy Hit
WE'LL (ilABANTEE IT
50 LAI'fiHS SO
Or Yoor Money Buck.
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS OF
TAKEN ON "THE LOT"
(Including War Tax)
AFTERNOONS TO 6 - - - 25c
EVENINGS AFTER 6- - 35c
CHILDREN UNDER 12, 10c
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PENINSULA CLUB MEETS
More Than 250 Members Present
at Opening Session,
Community singing and a short
business session were held in the
Peninsula school building Tuesday
night as the opening meeting of
the fall and winter season of the
Peninsula Community club. Jack
Henderson of the community serv
ice took charge of the singing,
while Miss Virginia Lohman enter
tained with a number of selections
at the piano: Over 250 members of
the organization were present and
much enthusiasm was rife at the
Reports of activities during the
summer vacation period, which in-
j eluded a request of the ci.ty to widen
the Greeley street extension pave
ment were read and the plans for
thecoming meetings were discussed.
A new dressing room and shower
baths have been provided in Colum
bia park at the instigation of the
community club and the organiza
tion has a number or civic improve
ment projects which, will be taken
up this winter.
the federal grand jury today on the
liquor charge after a hearing before
United States Commissioner Thomas.
Bond was fixed at $1000, which was
furnished. Prosecution in the
Chiloquin justice court- is pending
on the delinquency charges.
Someone in the C G.
Church f amilyy living
then at 684 Lexington
Ave., sent in this photo
when we happened to
have snow in our Rose
City, and wrote on it:.
"We should worry."
An Unusual Scene in '
Some people say it is Bad Advertising to publish a
reminder of what does SOMETIMES happen in this
delightful part of Oregon.
But people HAVE to be reminded. For they forget.
And when the cold snap DOES come they expect the
Gas Co. to install all their Radiantfires or Gasco fur
naces at the same moment a physical impossibility.
In Days of Heat
Prepare for Cold.
NOW is the time to secure your Radiantfire installa
tion. NOW is the time, to figure on that Gasco Furnace.
Gas Salesroom, Alder, Near Fifth.
BENEFIT BETS 51253-78
WIDOW OF MlRDEIiED DRY
AGENT TO GET MONEY.
PLANTS TO BE SURVEYED
Pnrehasing Agents Will Inspect
A large number of the more prom
'inent factories and industrial plants
of the city will be visited by mem
bers of the Purchasing Agents' as
sociation of Oregon during the last
of this year or the first of the
next, according to a programme
outlined by Leon Hirsch, chairman
of the inspection committee, at the
first- meeting of the purchasing
agents after the summer session.
Questions relative to the pres
ent and future markets were dis
cussed. It was decided to hold
weekly round-table discussions in
addition to the regular monthly
CARRIERS TO SEE FILMS
The Oregonian to Entertain 260
Boys at Show Tonight.
Carriers of The Oregonian, a small
army numbering 260 boys and young
men who are responsible for getting
morning papers on porches all over
the city, are to be the guests of The
Oregonian at the Heilig theater at
the 7 o'clock performance tonight.
Tickets for that number of carriers
were turned over to the circulation
department of The Oregonian and
have been sent out to the boys.
Two photoplays are on the pro
gramme which the carriers will en
joy. The first is Florence Vidor in
"Dusk to Dawn," a capital photo
play. The other is a two-reel com
edy entitled "One Terrible Day. '
This the carriers will undoubtedly
go in for much more keenly. In this
the famous Hal Roach zoo cooper
ates with Harold Lloyd, the comedian.
S. & H. green stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co., coal and wood.
l!'-r,nlw a v RSSS: 5RO-21. Adv.
COMMUNITY HOUSE AIM
Petition Signed by 1500 Pre
sented to City Council.
Members of the Peninsula and
University Park community clubs
are making a strong appeal to the
city council to provide for a com
munity house to be constructed in
Columbia park. A report of the
committee which has been working
on the project, given at the clos
of the regular meeting of the Pep
insula club Tuesday night, statea
that over 1500 signatures of the res
idents of the two districts had been
secured for the petition requesting
the erection of the structure and
the request was laid before the
Furnaces Displayed Evenings.
For those who cannot find time
during the day to inspect our fine,
big line of furnaces, we will keep
our display room open evenings. We
carry the world's standard and best
furnaces at lower prices because we
are manufacturers' agents out of
Peoples Theater Performance Is
Well Attended by Sympa
The benefit performance given by
Jensen & Von Herberg at the Peo
pies theater on Tuesday night for
Mrs. Glenn H. Price netted the
young widow of the murdered' pro
hibition agent at least- $1253.70, ac
cording to tne announcement issued
yesterday by C. S. Jensen, manager.
At the time of the announcement
Mr. Jensen said he had received
promise from a wealthy citizen to
buy all of the unsold tickets.
All of the tickets for the entire
house were sold save $253 worth.
Late yesterday afternoon the man
who made the promise was reported
out of town, and the sale of the
remaining tickets had not been
completed. The sum announced.
$1253.70, was the money actually
turned in before the performance.
Of this amount $1181 was from
the sale of tickets, $40 from the
sale of programmes by Tommie
Swivel and $30.05 was donated by
employes of the Liberty theater.
The manner in which the money
would be handled for Mrs. Price had
not been decided upon, and Mr. Jen
sen said he wished to have a con
sultation before doing anything. He
said it was probable the money
would be deposited in a bank and
a checkbook turned over to Mrs.
Mr. Jensen said he had watched
the crowd go into the theater and
in his opinion it was made up most
ly of persons who could not so well
afford the benefit. The, $5 tickets,
he said, sold very poorly, indicating
that citizens who could be expected
to contribute that much to such a
worthy cause had fallen down.
The total amount of contributions
for Mrs. Price received by The Ore
gonian and turned1 over to E. C.
Mears, finance officer of the Amer
ican legion, has reached $246. Two
more were received yesterday. They
were from Fred Uriffis of Culver,
who sent $10, and A. H. Thompson
of Oregon City, who sent $1.
er," accompanied at tne piano by
Miss Alicia McElroy. Dr. Stuart
McGuire sang "Gates of Gold,", with
Miss Ida May Cook as accompanist.
Mr. Mitchell paid glowing tribute
to the memory of the two dead pro
hibition agents and later a free-will
offering for the two .widows was
taken up by Irvin M. Kafka of the
Announcement is made that Dr.
J. A. Linville has been appointed to
act as trustee of the money col
lected through various channels for
Mrst Price. This is in accordance
with the wishes of Mrs. Price and
in consultation with E. C. Mears.
treasurer of the American Legion.
SCHOOL IS DEDICATED
Four-Room Structure at Bolton
Scene of Affair.
OREGON CITT, Or., Sept. 13.
(Special.) Completion of the first
unit of an improvement programme
among the schools of Clackamas
county was celebrated Saturday
night with the dedication of the
new Bolton school building..
The new structure, embracing a
modern four-room building, with a
full basement, auditorium, play
rooms, offices, etc., has just been
completed at a cost of $28,000. An
elaborate programme was held in
the auditorium, Judge Dimick,
Brenton Vedder, county school su
perintendent, and J. L. Gary, prin
cipal of the West Linn high school,
being the speakers of the evening.
The new building replaces a three -room
Alpha Delta PI to Meet.
The Alpha Delta Pi alumnae or
ganization will hold its meeting at
the home of Miss Noreeta Howard.
5629 Thirty-seventh avenue, tonight
at 8. All alumnae are urged to be
Peacock Rock Springs coal. Dia
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WIDOWS GET MORE HELP
Benefit Is Given for Mesdames
Price and Todd.
When Mr. and Mrs. William Mor
ton Rasmus, well-known artists in
Lyceum and Chautauqua work, who
have been vacationing in Portland,
the high-rent district Phone us for hrd of the plight of Mrs. c.lenn H.'
appointment. East 1628. or come to p7Tce and Mrs. Grover Todd, they
our uisyiay room, ui uregon street,
near North Pacific Dental college,
Temp-Rite Furnace Co.
if desired. Adv.
' Prominent Indian Is Held.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Sept, 13.
(Special.) Clayton Kirk, secre
tary of the tribal council of Klam
ath Indians, who was arrested at
Chiloquin Labor day and charged
by Justice Snook with introducing
liquor on the Indian reservation and
contributing to the delinquency of
two Indian giris. was bound over to
immediately offered to put on one
of their entertainments as a benefit
for the two women. The matter was
taken up with Frank B. Mitchell of
the federal prohibition department
and. although the time was short,
announcements were made of the
entertainment, and a fine musical
programme lined up. The entertain
ment was held last night at White
Mr. and Mrs .Rasmus gave a splen
did dramatic interpretation of "Ben
Hur," which was much en.iojied and
constantly applauded. Miss Gene
vieve Gilbert sang "A Spirit Fldw-
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Thirty-ninth year begins September 14, 1922.
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Special advantages in French, Music and Art.
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BISHOP KEATOR, President Board of Trustees.
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