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THE MORNING OREGON! AN, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1022
FIE HDRSE PURCHASED
FIVE-GAITED WONDER ADDED
TO DOUTY STABLES.
Portland's Chance to Win Title
Said to Rest With Romp
Portland's best chance to retain
one of the coveted purple ribbons
which will denote championship in
the coming night horse show and
supremacy In western horsedom
was declared by horsemen yester
day to rest with the new five-gaited
wonder just added to the stables
of the daughters of Mr. and Mrs
F. A. Douty, Romping Peavine.
This animal was purchased from
Roy Davis, manager of the Park
view riding academy of Kansas
City, Mo., and is now on his way
The horse was bought solely for
the purpose of holding, if possible,
one of the championship awards in
Portland and not letting all of the
seven J10U0 stakes go to out-of-town
owners. F. A. Douty said,
after he had completed the pur
chase, that with $16,000 worth of
prize money up, it was a shame
that Portland had no horse con
sidered fine enough to win one of
the seven championships, and for
that reason, he had purchased the
finest animal available at short
Romping Peavine is a dappled
gray, five-gaited show horse. He
won the fine harness and five
gaited championships at the Wis
consin state fair; he also won at
Minnesota and was champion in his
class at the Missouri state fair.
He is being' brought to Portland
especially for the night horse show
and will then be shipped back to
Kansas City to compete in the J2000
stake class there. He will also
compete at the St. Louis show, at
the Chicago international and at
the Denver winter show.
Although most of the show horses
have already arrived at the North
Portland grounds, eight now en
route from St. Louis hold the in
terest and attention of all local
horsemen. All of them have been
bought recently from the I.ongview
farms, owned by Loula Long Combs.
Mrs. Winslow Anderson of Pleas
anton, Cal., purchased two of them.
Flirtation and Fascination, hackney
high-steppers and heavy harness
horses. Mrs. W. P. Roth of San
Francisco purchased the other six.
These are Army Lad, a heavy har
ness horse; Blackie Girl, roadster;
Lou Ann, five-gaited; Susanne,
three-gaited; and a pair of hackney
harness ponies under 14.2 hands.
old Junck; noon, Oregon Box &
Lumber Co., Tommy Luke; noon.
Southern Pacific shops, Brooklyn,
W. M. Killingsworth; 12:40 P. M.,
Troy Laundry, L. M. Lepper; 12:30
P. M., Nicolai-Xeppach Lumber Co.,
Percy Willitts; 2 P. M., Portland
Woman's club, Mrs. Charles E. Run
yon; 6 P. M., republican dinner.
Chamber of Commerce, Mayor George
1j. Baker: 8 P. 'M., colored mass,
meeting. Stag auditorium, Judge R. S.
Morrow; S P. M., Albina mass meet
ing, Eugene Brookings and R. G.
Duncan; Woodmen of the World,
Killingsworth and Albina avenues,
T. O. Bird; 8 P. M., mass meeting at
Brooklyn school house, Charles Hol
brook; 8:15 P. M., United Artisans,
104 Killingsworth avenue, Fred
W. German; 8:15' P. M., Crystal the
ater, John B. Easter; fc:15 P. M
Portsmouth theater, Carlos Mar
sters; 8:30 P. M., auditorium hall, W.
H. Ross; 8:30 P. M., Mount Hood tent,
Maccabees; 11:45 P. M., police sta
tion, Clarence Porter.
LIVESTOCK SHOW READY
GATES TO BE OPENED TJP TO
BETTER HOSPITAL IS AIM
Permanent Tubercular Institution
for Veterans Sought at Tacoma.
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) Efforts will be made by Al
bert Johnson, when he returns to
Washington, D. C, to have needed
additions and improvements made
at the United States Veterans' hos
pital No. 59 here, formerly the Cush
man Indian school. He will also
seek to have the hospital made a
permanent institution, it being ex
clusively for the care of tubercular
cases, which it is understood, are
not to be handled at the $1,000,000
psychiatric hospital to be construct
ed at American lake.
A statement to this effect was
made by Mr. Johnson after a con
ference he held at the Tacoma hotel
with officers of the hospital staff.
These officers were Major George
B. Story, medical officer in-charge
of the hospital; Major Walter B.
Spencer, executive officer; Major J.
M. Henderson and Captain William
Workmen Are Putting Finishing
Touch to Various Buildings
at Exposition Grounds.
With every indication for success
on an unprecedented scale through
out all its numerous departments
and subdivisions, the Pacific Inter
national LivestocK Exposition will
throw open the gates of its $500,000
pavilion at North Portland at 8
o'clock tomorrow morning.
The last pens and stalls in the
great 10-acre building are now being
filled with eleventh-hour arrivals of
premier purebred livestock from all
parts of the Pacific slope country,
and scores of carpenters, plasterers
and decorators are rushing to com
pletion the hundreds of booths, dis
plays and educational exhibits which
will fill the new two-acre exhibits
annex. According to General Man
ager Plummer, all is now in readi
ness for a stock show which will ex
ceed even the splendid showings of
the past two years, eaoh of which
marked a notable mile-stone in
stock show history.
Among the late arrivals last night
was an outstanding herd of Jerseys
from the Glen Tana Farm Dairy,
which came direct from the Western
Royal Livestock show at Spokane,
where these animals carried off the
major share of purple and blue rib
bons. They will be strong contend
ers for Jersey honors at the Pacific
will be school chil
dren's day at he stock show, with
admission free to all school boys
and girls. Free tickets have been
distributed to 4500 children in the
city schools, and a $50 cash prize
will be awarded by the Portland
Chamber of Commerce for the larg
est attendance, in proportion to enrollment.
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LEG MYSTERY IS SOLVED
Burying of Amputated Member Is
Explained by Land Owner.
All elements of mystery surround
ing the finding of a dismembered
human leg buried in the Powell
Valley district yesterday were
cleared away when Burton A.
O'Mcaly explained to deputy sheriffs
Just how he came to bury the ampu
tated limb of his aged father, H; L.
O'Mealy, at the scene of the dis
covery. Mr. O'Mealy, member of the teach
ing staff of the High School oi
Commerce, is owner of the land on
which the leg was found. When
the officers got in touch with him
he told the history of the ampu
tated limb "and its burial. The
amputation operation was performed
about five weeks ago and the elder
O'Mealy is still in a precarious con
dition at the hospital,- though slow
ESTATE FRAUD CHARGED
Xicee of Eliza Brown Is Sued by
P. L. Brown, Administrator.
Suit for an accounting and re
covery of property left by Eliza
Brown, who died December z3, 1921,
was filed in circuit court yesterday
by P. L. Brown against Ira E. Boyle
and Nina S. L. Boyle, husband and
wife. Mr. Brown, who i the ad
ministrator of the estate, alleges
that the Boyles "conspired together
to obtain from Elizabeth Brown by
fraud and undue influence as mucn
as possible of her property." Mrs.
Boyle, a niece of Mrs. Brown, is
said to have acted as her attorney
and agent. The real property in
volved is said to have a value of
$7000 and personal property a value
The court is asked to decree that
this pj-operty is held in trust uy
Mrs. Boyle for the estate. That the
Boyles say the property and money
obtained from Mrs. Brown were
gifts is indicated in Ihe complaint.
Mrs. Brown died intestate.
Broaden and Extend Free Public Schools
MURDER SUSPECT HELD
Man Wanted in Texas Caught in
OLYMPIA, Wash., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) Sought three years and be
lieved to have covered his tracks
and his identity so well that he
would never be captured, -Amos
iampoeil, wanted at Centerville,
Tex., for the alleged murder of
Oliver Tubbs, committed December
1. 1918. is on his way bacK to Cen-
lervuie today to face the district
court on a murder indictment re-
tur-nea ny the grand jury in Feb
Campbell, under the name of Jess
Campbell, has been living in Seattle
since a snort time alter the murder,
i-ouiuiiij in n. j. tsain, agent for
the state of Texas, who came here
loaay tor extradition papers.
CHURCH TO GET NURSERY
Children to Be Cared for While
Mothers Hear Sermons.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Nov. 2. fSne
cial.) Riverside Community church
has announced a novel innovation
for the convenience of mothers with
joung children. A nursery will be
tMtousnea eacn aunday morning,
ana the children of. kindergarten
age will be greeted by women ex
perienced in the care of the young
sters. The children will be enter
tained in the church basement par
lors while the mothers hear the
The nursery wiir be established
by the Women's Union of the
church. Mrs. Harry Connaway will
be in general charge.
FAIR SPEAKERS ASSIGNED
Addresses on Exposition to Be in
Various Parts of City.
The list of assignments from the
speakers' bureau of the 1927 expo
sition campaign for today follows:
. A. M., Behnke-Walker Business
college, W. H. Ross; 11:50 A. M.,
Oregon Laundry, L. M. Lepper;
noon, Neustadter Bros., Eugene
Brookings; noon, Vaughan Motor
Works, George holcomb; noon, Port
land Manufacturing Co., W. H,
Ross; noon, Crystal Laundry, Ear-
Suit to Permit Repairs Planned.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) Mandamus . proceedings are
being prepared by citizens to com
pel the city to grant a permit for
the repair of the Lowrie block, on
Heron street, which was damaged
by fire several weeks ago. The coun
cil several times has refused to isrue
a permit for the repairs, on the
grounds that the cost of repairing
the building will exceed the 20 per
cent limit set by city ordinance. No
building may be repaired if the cost
will exceed 20 per cent of the vaiue
ot the building.
No-Contest Election at Creswcll,
CRESWELL, Or., Nov. 3. (Spe-
c'al.) Nominations for two officers
filed with the town recorder indl
cate a no-contest election. The
nominees are: Mayor, H. C. Travil
lion; councilmen for one year, O. C.
Smith and Dr. w. is. Thompson;
councilmen for two years, C. E,
Leabo, Mrs. Ethel Treanor and F. A,
Richardson; recorder, Mrs. Cora
Olson; marshal, John Hubbard. AH
are present incumbents except the
candidate for marshal.
Paid Advt. by A. & A. S. R. School Committee, 721 Gasco Building, Portland, Oregon
Mechanics' Lunch Kits
New shipment just in! Regular
$3.25 Vacuum Bottle Lunch Kit
complete! History repeats itself
in the extraordinary values al- .
ways offered in our stores. Get
your kit while the getting's
good; they won't last at this
i price !
"Portland's Progressive Druggists"
THIRD AND MORRISON
WASHINGTON, NEAR 5TH
BROADWAY AT STARK
WASHINGTON AT 11TH
CALIFORNIA WOMAN PROVES
CLAIM OF "PYR0-F0RM"
Prominent Resident of San Bernardino About to Have Teeth
Extracted When New Preparation Saved Them.
mountain district are badly cut up,
the result of over-loaded trucks
handling the apple crop.- A large
tonnage of fruit remains to be
Logging Gets PuDlielty.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) The biggest publicity enter
prise ever conducted from Grays
Harbor by mail was carried out yes
terday with the mailing of 24.000
postal cards by Rev. R. C. Hartley,
logging camp minister of the Meth
odist board of home missions, to
Methodist Sunday schools ip all
parts of -North America. Th cards
describe conditions in Grays Har
bor logging camps and carry an
illustration of logging.
First Snow Melts, Roads Cut TJp.
WHITE SALMON. Wash.. Nov. 2.
(Special.) The first snow of the
season fell Tuesday, preceded by a
heavy rain, and melting immedi
ately. Important roads serving the
Pure bred animals of
every description will be
shown. Only the best in
every class will be ex
hibited. At the
Only the best steaks,
chops and shell fish will
be supplied to people who
know and appreciate
quality, service and
Opposite Benson Hotel
Hess Fuel Furnace
(MADE IN PORTLAND)
Burns Any Kind of Fuel. Burns Less of It.
Clean Out Ashes Once or Twice a Year.
What Do You Think of That?
This Is Due to the Air Tight Principle.
' Overdraft, Not Underdraft.
Fire Brick Lining.
No Cast Iron to Warp and Burn Out.
Economical: 3 or 4 Cords of Wood a Season.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT-OP-TOWN BUSINESS
Ship Direct From Factory to Tou.
Plain Directions for Installing.
Write Us tor Prices and Information.
Hess Furnace Manufacturing Company
Downtovrn Office, 304 Oak Street 'Portland, Oregon
Phone your want ads to The Ore
gonian. All its readers are inter
ested in the classified columns.
An interesting case came to light
a few days ago at San Bernardino,
proving the 'successful results
of "Pyro-Form" In attacking Pyor
rhea, thrf dreaded plague . of the
mouth. A society matron who, be
cause of her prominence prefers to
have her name withheld from news
paper publication, had been a long
sufferer from Pyorrhea. Possessing
a set of beautiful white teeth which
this disease was gradually destroy
ing, she tried numerous remedies
but without success. A short time
ago her dentist informed her that
the preservation of her health de-.
manded the extraction of her teeth
and the substitution of plate9. Dis
couraged, she decided to make a
last attempt to save her own teeth
and purchased a package of "Pyro
Form" from a San Bernardino drug
gist. Results were noticeable immedi
ately and within a few weeks her
gums became sound and healthy.
Her teeth became secure and gave
her no further trouble. Her diges
tion became better and her general
health improved. A few days ago
she visited another dentist for an
examination and, to her gratifica
tion, was told that her mouth
showed no signs of Pyorrhea. This
case is considered remarkable evi
dence of the efficacy of 'Tyro
Form." "Pyro-Form" has proved to-be
the greatest remedy known for the
treatment and elimination of Pyor
rhea. So effective has this prepa
ration proven to be that it is now
guaranteed to relieve the most ad
vanced cases and it positively pre
vents any advancement of the dis
ease. A liberal sample treatment
will be sent to any address on re
ceipt of 25 cents by the Pyro-Form
Company, San Bernardino, Calif.
"VCTB: The name and address of tha
womtn referred to above will be Ktven to
anyone interested by writing the L09
Anar-.e Office of the Pyro-Form Labora
torieg. 120 'j S. Broadway. Adv.
It toasts well
Toast and Sandwiches will be served at
Our booth at the Stock Show.
Ask Your Grocer Today.
HAYNES FOSTER BAKING CO.
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See our EXHIBIT
at the : '
are being demonstrated.
Extremely low prices
The J.C. Robinson Co.
55 First St.
Effective Now, the Following New Prices Prevail: '
Sedan ........ $595 Roadster ...... $269
See Our Newest
"LONG RANGE SET"
Hallock & Watson
192 Park St, Portland, Or.
Broadcasting Station KGG
Experimental Station 7X9
See Them Made!
At the Stock Show
We will have a booth in
which we will be actually
manufacturing complete ra
ALSO HEAR THEM WORK!
Listen to stations. 1500 miles
distant. Our sets do this.
Radio Service Bureau
Gasco Bldg. Main 4538
Coupe ........ $530
Touring Car . . . $298
PRICES F. 0. B. DETROIT
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ALLEN-GOODSELL MOTOR COMPANY
12th and Stark St.. KRoodway 1572.
ARMENTROUT-WICKE MOTOR CO.
82d and Foster road. Anio. 688-48.
DUNNING MOTOR COMPANY
East Third and Broadway. EAst 303.
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR CO.
Grand Ave. and Hawthorne. EAat 3770.
WM. L. HUGHSON COMPANY
Broadway and Davis. BRoadway 321.
;; MAY MOTOR COMPANY
Union' Ave. and Alberta. WOcyilawn 4G02
Sixth and Madison. MAin 1100.
TALBOT & CASEY
Eat Ankeny and Grand. EAt 8118.
205 Burlington St. St. Johns. EMpire 1753.
OTTO ERICKSON & CO.
Hillsboro Foreat Grove B.averton
MILWAUKIE MOTOR COMPANY
SHATTUCK & SLERET
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
BAKER & SON