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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922
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City Editor Main 7070. 560-95
Sunday Editor Main 70T0. 560-95,
Advertising Dept Main 7070, 5G0-95
Superintendent of Bldjr...Main 7070, 560-93
BAKER (Eleventh and Morrison) Ly
ric Musical Comedy company. 2. 7
and 9 P. M.
HIPi-ODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving picture con
tinuous daily 1:15 to 11 P. M.
FANTAGES (Broadway at Alder)
Vaudeville. Three shows daily. 2:30. 7
and 9 P. M.
One-Wat Traffic Topic of Real
ty Board. One-way traffic will be
discussed by O. Laurg-aard, city en
gineer, at the luncheon of the real
ty board at the Multnomah hotel to
day noon. Mr. Laurgaard has Just
returned from eastern points where
he made investigation of traffic con
ditions and will outline this ques
tion as he saw It. The gift cam
paign of the University of Oregon
will h discussed by Dean Robbins
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has r f -i ' ' 4,
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of that school and C. Carl Myers. ,
W. B. Shively will discuss a legal
question of interest to real estate
men. Karl C. Bronaugh will be
chairman of the day.
Lecture on Engineering Tonight.
The first of a series of eight lec
tures on engineering subjects will
b given at 8 o'clock tonight by
Professor Stuart Sims, head of the
engineering department of Oregon
Agricultural college. The lectures
and tests at their conclusion will
constitute a' course In military en
gineering sponsored by Company A,
116th engineers. Those who pass
the testa to be given will receive a
diploma from Oregon Agricultural
college. High school students 18
years old or over and others Inter
ested are urged to attend.
Civic League Luncheon Tomor
row. The movement for the estab
lishment and operation of women's
colleges in the orient will be dis
cussed by Mrs. Charles W. Williams,
state chairman, at the luncheon of
the Civic league at the Benson hotel
Saturday. Professor Charles Mc
Klnley of Reed college will speak
on 'The Sample Ballot." A. C. New
ill, president of the club, announced
that the meeting of the executive
board of the league will not be held
next Tuesday on account of the elec
tion. Instead it has been postponed
for one week.
Fraternal Orders Indorse Expo
sition. Further indorsements from
various fraternal orders for the 1927
exposition continue to pour into the
office of J. O. Wilson, head man
ager of the Woodmen of the World
here and chairman of the fraternal
bureau of the exposition. Word was
received yesterday from Ivanhoe
Lodge No. 1 of the Knights of
Pythias, City View Lodge No. 201 of
the Oddfellows and Mt. Hood Circle
No. 15k all of Portland, that the
membership of these orders had
unanimously Indorsed the proposed
Young Sandow Again in Portland.
A special feature of the young
men's stag party to be held tonight
at the Y. M. C. A. will be the demon
stration by E. Zulawinski, the 21-year-old
Portland Sandow, who be
gan his physical development at the
age of 8 in the local Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium and has appeared na
tionally on the vaudeville stage. Zu
lawinski's strength specialties are
the bending of steel rods with his
teeth or bare hands, wrenching apart
horseshoes and Juggling 200-pound
Westmoreland Club Meets To
night. A social entertainment pro
gramme will be combined with the
business session at the regular
monthly, meeting of the Westmore
land community club to be held in
the Sellwood community house to
night. An interesting" programme
of musical numbers has been ar
ranged for and games and dancing
will follow the close of the business
meeting. Committee reports of sev
eral civic improvement projects will
University President to Be Guest
of City Club. It will be University
of Oregon day at the luncheon of
the City club at the Benson hotel
today noon. Speakers will include
P. L. Campbell, president of the uni
versity, who will discuss "The
Greater University," and John Mac
Gregor, president of the student
body of the same school. Earl Kil
patrick will be chairman of the day.
A discussion of the bridge bonds
will be led by H. M. Parks.
Auxiliary Entertains Veterans.
-The Disabled American Veterans'
auxiliary, chapter No. 1, entertained
a number of the veterans Saturday
night, October 28, at the Peninsula
Park community house. There was
dancing, games and refreshments.
The arrangements were made under
the direction of Mrs. Katherine
Craigmile, chairman of the enter
Single Tax to Be Debated. J. R.
Hermann, representing the Oregon
Single Tax league, and F. T. Johns,
representing the industrial labor
party, a candidate for congress, will
debate the s'ngle tax in room J,
labor temple, Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock. The question is "Resolved,
that the single tax is necessary for
the solution of the labor problem."
Evening Star Grange Meets To
morrow. An all-day meeting of the
Evening Star grange will be held at
their hall, East Eightieth and Divi
sion streets, tomorrow. The ses
sions will begin at 10:30, with the
afternoon session at 2 o'clock. There
will be a fine musical and literary
programme besides business.
Services Are Announced. Serv
ices will be held at the Congregation
Nevah Zedeck Talmud Torah, Sixth
and Hall street, this evening at 8
and Hall streets, this .evening at 8
o'clock. Rev. Abraham I. Rosen
crantz will officiate. Religious
school will be held Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock.
Many Happy and Healthy People
know that they owe much to Na
medico (Whiting's Solution), now
used exclusively and successful!' at
Whiting's Sanitarium for the treat
ment of goitre, tumor, varicose
veins, stomach and female" trouble.
Call or write for booklet. 712 Mar
Shall st. Phone At. 1245 Adv.
Ambassador Apartments. Sixth
and Madison,' mow ready for occu
pancy. Very desirable and exclu
sive four, five' and six room apart
ments, strictly modern, with elec
tric stoves, shower baths, refriger
ating service, etc., J100 and up. Ref
erences required. Adv.
Rabbi Krueger Announces Topic.
"A Certain Rich Man" will be the
subject of Rabbi Krueger's sermon
tonight at Temple Ahavai Sholom,
Park and Clay, at 8 o'clock. Sab
bath morning services are held at 9
and that of the Junior congregation
Alder Street Quarter Block.
Right in line of future development.
Property valued by the assessor at
$44,000. Pays income of 10 per cent
gross. Sell for J30.000; small cash
paynjMvt. This is a real bargain.
J.' F. Staver, Macleay bldg. Adv.
Harvbest Festival of Portland
Social Turn Verein, 255 13th St., Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday, Novem
ber 3, 4 and 5. Admission 10c. Dance
music by Bezanson's Melody Phiends
Thi Moore Sanitarium gives the
general diet your physician may di
rect, fc null as the health-building
milk diet treatment in which it spe
cialize Hawthorne at 27th. Adv.
Health for Eyes. No glasses.
Good sight inst. 306 Allsky bldg. 1
Try Roman Meal Health Bread.
Your grocer. Baked by Log Cabin
Bakery company Adv.
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LiiraerwooQ &. underwood Pnoto.
FOR THE BEST EFFECT THE HAT MUST MATCH THE GOWN.
A proper selection of accessories plays a much bigger part in the
smartness of a woman's appearance than the average person realizes
The wrong hat or gloves may spoil the entire effect. It is well then to
choose a hat of a color which will harmonize with any gown the wearer
may possess, if economy is any object. The black and white hat is always
good for all occasions, and the model shown, of alternate black and white
folds, the severity broken by a rhinestone ornament in the front, would
look well with nearly any type of gown. It is unusually smart with, the
dress pictured, of blue satin crepe with underblouse of striped silk and
dainty pleated frills turned back from the hands.
Y. M. C. A. Party Tonight. Sev
eral hundred young men, members
and friends of the young men's di
vision of the local Y. M. C. A., will
hold a stag vaudeville party in the
association hall at 7:30 tonight
Among the features will be games,
led by Harry T. Smith; amateur box
ing, wrestling, comedy boxing, pil
low fight, male quartet selections;
tenor solos by H. S. Siegfried, ac
companied by Miss Siegfried; mu
sical comedy by Ben Rickll and Ev
erett Craven; soprano solos by Miss
Bess Smith, accompanied by Sliss
Roma Roe; strong-arm act by Mr.
Zulawinski; string trio, Messrs. L.
and R. Hawk and H. Williamson.
Mass singing will be led by James
W. Palmer. Estes Snedecor will
make a brief talk. Young men
strangers in the city are invited.
Children's Banquet Slated.
Boys and girls from many parts of
the state, 150, will be guests of the
Chamber of Commerce Monday night
at a banquet in the main dining
room. The affair will be given by
the agricultural committee of the
chamber, of which E. E. Faville is
chairman, and he will preside at the
dinner. Speakers have not as yet
been chosen. The boys and girls
are those w-ho have made the best
showings in club work throughout
the state, the trip to Portland being
a prize. They will see the Interna
tional Livestock show and will be
entertained in other ways, one of
the treats being a show in their
honor at the Liberty theater next
Car Track Repairs Complete.
Completion of repairs on tracks of
the Portland Railway, Light &
Power company on East Burnside
street will permit returning Rose
City and Beaumont cars to their old
routing via Burnside, Fifth, Wash-
ington and Second street in the case
of Rose City cars, while Beaumont
service will be along the" same
streets, except the cars will return
to Burnside on First street. The
change in routing will be effective
Incinerator Plans Nearly Ready.
Specifications for the proposed
new unit of the garbage incinerator
are practically completed and will
be submitted with an ordinance au
thorizing advertising for bids at the
next meeting of the city council.
The same ordinance was presented
several weeks ago but withdrawn so
that City Engineer Laurgaard might
make some alterations in the speci
fications. Drunken Autoisit Fined $100.
Driving while intoxicated cost
James White, 55 a fine of $100, a
90-day revocation of his driver's li
cense and a 16-day suspended jail
sentence when he appeared in mu
nicipal court before Judge Ekwall
yesterday. White was arrested Fri
day night in front of the Multnomah
hotel after he had lost control of
his car and run down a pedestrian.
New Bridge Favored. The bridge
proposals were victorious in a straw
vote taken at the city hall yester
day, when 120 persons voted in favor
of the rebuilding of the Burnside
bridge and only four registered in
opposition, while the Ross island
bridge project was favored by 104,
with 28 against.
Father and Babies Sought, On
complaint of a frantic wife and
mother the police are looking for
Carl E. Sherman, 36, 783 Albina
street, who left home Tuesday night
with his two small babies and has
not since returned. Mrs. Sherman
obtained a warrant for her hus
Man Held in Girl Case. Ralph
Dickerson, 22-year-old carnival and
wild west show adventurer, was
bound over for grand jury investiga
tion following a hearing yesterday
in Municipal Judge Ekwall's court
on a statutory charge involving a
Livestock Day Monday. It will be
Livestock day at the Chamber of
Commerce members forum next
Monday noon. Many exhibitors at
the big show will attend and the
importance of Portland as a great
exhibit center for all the leading
breeds of livestock will be stressed.
Harvest Festival of Portland
Social Turn Verein, 255 13th St., Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday, Novem
ber 3, 4 and 5. Admission, 10c. Dance
music by Bezanson's Melody Phiends
First Recital Sunday, Nov. 5.
At the art museum at 3:30 o'clock.
Programme of Bach, Ranel and De- i
bussy numbers. Tickets for series
and single recitals on sale at Wiley
B. Allen's. Adv.
Sheridan Business Sold.
SHERIDAN. Or., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) The firm of Bones & Robert
son, grocers of this city, yesterday
sold its interests to Downs & Hogg
of Portland, who will move here
for permanent residence.
S. & H. green stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co., coal and wood.
Broadway S353. 560-21. Adv.
Peacock Rocs Springs eomu Dia
mond Coal Co, Bdwy. 3037. Adv.
JUL CLOSED TO GARCIA
CONTICTED MAX DISGUSTED
WHEX HE CANNOT ENTER.
Klamath, Falls Resident Reports
at Wrong Prison and Vanishes,
but Government Will Act.
Offended by the lack of hospital
ity shown by the keeper of one of
Portland's jails, Joe Garcia, Klam
ath Falls resident, who came to the
city yesterday lor the express pur
pose or going to jail, changed his
mind and evidently has returned to
his home. If he does not return by
nightfall a forcible invitation to
visit the county jail will be tendered
by a deputy United States marshal.
Garcia was convicted in the ses
sion of the federal court recently
held at Medford, and October 3 was
sentenced to serve CO days in jail on
a charge of introducing whisky on
an Indian reservation. In order to
give the man a chance to harvest
his crops and prepare his farm for
his two months' absence Judge
Bean granted Garcia a 30-day stay
True to his promise to go to jail
at the end of 3D days, Garcia reached
Portland yesterday morning and
presented himself at police head
quarters, insisting that he be locked
up. City jailors refusel to admit
him. Garcia grew insistent and the
police, on questioning him, advised
him to report to the United States
marshal. Garcia left the police sta
tion but failed to appear at the fed
"I guess he got insulted because
they wouldn't let him into the city
jail," sa'd Marshal Hotchkiss. "How
ever, if he does not show up today
we will be obliged to extend him
very forcible and formal invitation
to be a government guest at the
j ot reciEnglis,fi:
A Daily Quiz
WHAT punctuation mark should
precede as, namely, etc.?
What is the meaning of Kyanize?
What is the origin of the word?
What is the meaning of de trop
in "Finding himself de trop, he
How is de trop pronounced?
Answers to Thursday's Questions.
The plurals of family names are
formed by the addition of "s" or
"es." as Smith, Smiths, Jones,
The possessive of a family name
ending in "s" may be indicated, by
placing '"a" after the name, or the
apostrophe alone if it does not con
fuse the meaning, as "Burns's
poems," "Dix" sale."
Plural nouns ending in "a" take
the apostrophe alone when put in
the possessive case, as "men's hate,"
GOOSE TO BE DEPORTED
"Bobbie," Who Disturbed Resi
dents,. Must Get Out of Cttyl
"Bobby," the friendly goose which
Portlanders nave learned to know
from his many visits downtown on
Your business station
ery is your representa
tive. Does it repre
sent you properly and
convey the impression
If not, let us furnish
you the kind that wUl
Uiore is onojxiii
Ji t.8OO,000 cups were
served at the Pana-
a ma-Paclflc Interna- "
f 1 1 o n a ! Exposition.
f Phone direct East
th.e radiator of his mistress' car,
was yesterday placed in the cate
gory of undesirables along with
wobblies and other troublemakers.
He is to be deported at once to
some-spot beyond the city limits.
His owner, Mrs. J. O. Bothwell,
has agreed to take him out of town
along with his several mates who
have made nights restless for resi
dents in the vicinity of East Thirty
second and Davis streets. Her
promise followed a hearing in mu
nicipal court before Judge Ekwall
yesterday in which neighbors par
ticipated. The case against Mrs. Bothwell
was continued until November 6, but
probably will be dismisse-d, said
HOSPITAL DEAL PENDS
Veterans' Bureau Negotiating for
A plan for the United States vet
erans' bureau to take over Pierce's
sanatorium, located on Terwilliger
boulevard, for use in caring for vet
erans disabled in the world war, and
for the establishment of a voca
tional training school, is under con
sideration. A. L. Brown, central agency man
of the veterans' bureau, was in
Portland yesterday and said that he
had submitted a proposal for taking
over the sanatorium to Dr. Edward
Allen Pierce. Mr. Brown, who de
parted last night, declined to discuss
the plans of the bureau or the na
ture of the proposal made to Dr.
Pierce. He said it probably would
be possible to announce something
definite in a few days.
Dr. Pierce said that Jay Bower
man, attorney, was representing
him in the negotiations.
The government has been hous
ing a number of tubercular veterans
at the sanatorium on a contract
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JILTED HUSBANDS SUE
Three Actions for Divorce Filed
Deserted husbands had their day
at the divorce counter of the circuit
court yesterday, when three of them
filed actions for legal separation
fror spouses who have left the
family hearthstone. Complaint of
F. H. Newconjb stated that his wife
deserted two years ago in Chicago
and went to California to live. Their
son James, aged 7. is with Mr. New
comb's parents in Iowa, and he
asked the court that they be, given
custody of the lad.
Victor M. Glad, married in Oregon
City in August, 1916, as Victor M.
Ladd.; stated that his wife, Ruth
Grace, deserted him once for a pe
riod of seven months and then came
back, promising to "reform." How
ever, he alleged she quit him again
last month. Their son Edwin Ches
ter is with Mr. Glad's parents in
This is what the
does for you:
first-class work '
Suit Pressing 35c
There are five places in Portland
where you can leave yourxlothes
104 Fourth Street
Bet. Washington and Stark
No. 2 151 Grand Ave., near Morrison.
No. S 1043 Belmont St., near East
No. 5866 East Ankeny, corner East
No. 6124 North Sixth, near Clisan.
Unknown to mortals !s the
ethereal sweetness and the
beauty of sentiment inherent
in music which comes from the
Ton will be entranced by "The
Flight" and the lullaby. "Whis
pering Winds." Send for your
copies today either one 60c
postpaid or both for 90c.
WHITE ROSE MUSIC SHOP
103 Greenback Ave,
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Slip on a Kirschbaum
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Easy fitting and comfort
able. Stylish and practical.
Fine in materials and
faultless in tailoring.
$30 to $45
"TmOBBHON. mots', vtsr
Tillamook, but the father wishes to
be given custody of the child. De
sertion is also the ground upon
which P. E. Roberts sought legal
separation from Josephine Roberts.
Club to Have Pala Secretary.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) President Olmsted of the
Hood River commercial club moved
last night for a paid secretary who
will devote his entire time to the
organization. Mr. Olmsted also sug
gested that the club should be fi
lift Toor Slogan Bet
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nanced by sustaining membership
fees from all business houses of the
city, naming an annual sum of $6000
for the work. A committee was ap
pointed to work out details.
FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE
WILLIAM F. DUNNE
Will Speak on .
AMERICAN LABOR AND THE RUS
William F. Dunne is a member of
the International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers; active in the
great strike of miners and metal
tradesmen in Butte, Mont., in 1917.
He was editor of the Butte Dally
Bulletin in 1917-21. He is now labor
editor of the Worker, New York city.
He is one of the defendants in the
Michigan "red" raid cases, in which
Wm. Z. Foster, C. E. Ruthenberser.
Earl Browder, Caleb Harrison and
72 others are indicted under the
criminal syndicalism law. He is
out on $10,000 bail pendlhg trial.
LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL,
Park and Mill St.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER . 8 P. M.
Auspices Labor Defence Council.
"Mother Why Not
Try The Newer
Form Of Iron
And Be Strong and Well and Have Nica
Rosy Cheeks Instead of Being Ner
Tou and Irritable all the Time and
Looking So Haggard and Old 7"
"The doctor gave some to Susie Smith's
mother and she was worse off than
you are and now she looks just fine."
There can be no healthy, beautiful rosy
cheeked women without iron. Good
Dhvsicians have stronzlv emphasized
the fact that doctors should prescribe !
more of the newer form of iron Nux- j
atedlron for their nervous, run-down, :
weak, haggard-looking patients. When
the iron goes from the blood of women
the roses go from their cheeks, and
strength and vitality from their bodies.
This newer form of iron, like the iron
in your blood and like the iron in certain
?reen vegetables,is highlyrecommended
to thousands who wishquicklytoincrease
their strength, power and endurance,
it is surprising how many people suffer from
Iran deficiency and do not know it. Iron is
absolutely necessary to enable your blood to
change food into living tissue. Without it, no
-.natter how much or what you eat, your food
-nerely passes through you without doing you
;he proper amount 01 good. You don't get the
itrength out of it, and as a consequence you
3ecome weak, pale, and sickly-looking, just
like a plant trying to grow in soil deficient in
you can teB the women with plenty of Iron in
their blood beautiful, healthy, rosy-cheeked
omen, full of life, vim and vitality. You can
?et Nuxated Iron from any druggist under an
: hsolute guarantee that it will do the earn for
i j or your money back.
Wot sale In this city by the Owl Drug
Co, A. W. Allen, Stout-L,yona Drug
Co, and all other druggists,
The Height of Good Taste
HER BIRTHDAY anniversary or
, perhaps it's your wedding anni
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Kraase'i Fruits sad Nats
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rices going up
Although the factories from whom we buy advised
us of advanced prices and still further advances due
shortly, we temporarily Jowered our price $10.00 on
our "Cottage" Floorheater m order to increase volume.
The price will be restored on November 11th, 1922,
but will not be advanced above $75 until it becomes
VERY SPECIAL ROOM RATES TO
New Perkins Hotel
FIFTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR DESIRABLE
ACCOMMODATIONS. A DANDY RESTAURANT
OPERATED IN CONNECTION.
PRICES TO SUIT, YOUR PURSE.
FOR SHOPS AND
Machinists 70c per hour
Blacksmiths 70c per hour
Sheet-Metal W'rk's. 70c per hour
Electricians 70c per hour
Boilermakers .... 70-70 'jc hour
Passenger-Car Men 70c per hour
Freight-Car Men.. . 63c per hour
Helpers, all classes 47c per hour
Mechanics and helpers are al
lowed time and one-half for time
worked In excess of eight hours
per day. StrUte conditions pre
vail. APPLY ROOM 312
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Lunch, 65c, Sundays, 75c; Dinner,
$1.25, Sundays, S1.5C. Municipal car
passes doors. Stewart Bus meets trains
and steamers. It Is advisable to make
reservations In advance.
show hex how much you
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