Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 04, 1922, Page 11, Image 11

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City Editor .. Main 7070, 660-95
Sunday Editor Main 7070. 560-95
Advertising Dept Main 7070, 560-05
Superintendent of Bid. ..Mam 7070, 560-95
BAKER (Eleventh and Morrison) 1.7
rio Musical Comedy company. 2. 7
and 8 P. M.
HIPr-ODROMB (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving picture con
tinuous daily. 1:15 to 11 P. M.
VANTAGES (Broadway at Alder)
Vaudeville. Three ahows dally, 2:30. 7
and 8 P. M.
Attorneys to Honor Justice.
The 75th birthday of Thomas A.
McBride, Justice of the supreme
court, will be celebrated at a dinner
at the Multnomah hotel, November
IB, to be given under the auspices
of the state bar association and
fnvited to which are all circuit
judges and attorneys of the state of
Oregon. The speakers will be Judge
Butler of The Dalles, Henry E. Mc
Ginn, John M. Gearin, Franklin T.
Griffith and Justice Burnett. Jus
tice McBride was born in Oregon
and for 2 years has been a mem
ber of the bar, all but three years
of which have been in this state.
He practiced law for three years In
(Salt Lake City.
University. Aiumni to Celebrate.
Portland alumni of the University
of Oregon will lunch today at noon
at the Multnomah hotel in celebra
tion of the homecoming festivities
at the university next Saturday.
Professor Howe, well-known to
alumni, will be " the principal
speaker. Coach Huntington of the
Oregon football team, and Captain
Shields will speak for the team,
which plays Washington State col
lege Armistice day. A quartet from
the university glee chib, which sang
yesterday for the City club, will
eing. Mrs. Caroline Benson Unan
der, president of the Portland
alumni, will preside.
Telephone Classes Opened. The
Pacific' Telephone & Telegraph com
pany opened classes November 1 for
the instruction of a number of em
ployes in demonstration work, for
which a programme has been laid
out in preparation for the cut-over
to the new six-digit method of oper
ation. The new operating method
will be adopted about the first of
the year and prior to that time per
sonal demonstrators of the new sys
tem will call upon all subscribers.
The employes being trained later
will serve as a supervisory force in
the general demonstration, pro
gramme. Family of Harlan Peck Sought.
Portland chapter, American Red
Cross Is co-operating with Chicago
chapter in trying to locate members
of the family of Harlan Peck, ex
service man, who is ill In a Chicago
hospital. When last heard of, his
parents, Howard and Anna Peck,
were in Portland, Chicago chapter
reported, and his wife, who has a
email child, is thought to be in Port
land theatrical circles. Mrs. Myra
R. Baldwin of Portland headquar
ters, suite 208 Fitzpatrick building,
will appreciate any information con
cerning the family.
Seniors to Present Plat Ar
rangements have been completed for
presenting the Washington high
school senior class play "Dulcy" in
the public auditorium, November 17.
The former plans of staging the play
in the Washington high school au
ditorium had to be changed as a
result of the destruction of the high
school, by fire. The municipal au
ditorium was procured after a peti
tion had been filed with the city
council. The play will be presented
by the class which graduates in Jan
uary of next year.
Olcott Leads Straw Vote. In a
straw ballot held by the seniors of
the Northwestern College of Law
Wednesday night, Ben W. Olcott for
governor received 26 votes to 20
for Pierce. Representative McArthur,
republican candidate for congress,
got 28 votes to 22 for Watkns. Six
teen voted for the compulsory school
bill and 22 against. The 3-mill tax
measure received the biggest favor.
able vote, 38 voting for and two
Story-Hour Events Revived.
Regular weekly story-hour, periods
for the children will be resumed at
the east side branch library, with
the first entertainment this after
noon. The small children are asked
to come at 3 o'clock and the older
boys and girls at 4 olock. Miss
War Tax Is Removed. War tax
on tickets sold for the popular con
certs given by the city has been
removed, according to notice re
ceived yesterday by Hal M. White
from the internal revenue depart
ment The government makes this
exception because's popular
concerts are considered to have high
educational value. The first of the
city's series will open tomorrow af
ternoon at 3 o'clock in the public
auditorium when Robert Corruccini,
director of the Portland Opera as
sociation, will present a programme
of grand opera arias.
Tree-Trimming Time Arrives.
"When the frost is on the punkin',
it's time to trim the trees." This
is the advice handed out by A. W.
Nussbaumer, city arboriculturist,
who says that property owners
should trim trees now. A city or
dinance requires that street trees
be trimmed to a height of nine feet
above the sidewalk. Valuable trees
can be saved from damage, Mr.
Nussbaumer says, if trimmed to
avoid splitting or breaking from
heavy winds or the weight of sil
ver-thaw coatings.
Old Bonds to Bb Retired. The
city of Portland still has about
8O,000 in bonds of the former city
of St. Johns outstanding, but by
July, 1924, all such bonds will be
called and paid, according to City
Treasurer Adams. A call recently
was made for a block of the bonds
amounting to $5295.66. St Johns
was annexed by Portland in 1913.
Since that time all improvements
made in that section by the city.
other than street and sewer, have
been paid for out of the general fund
of the city.
Canyon Folders Received. At
tractive folders showing the attrac
tions of the Grand Canyon National
park, issued by the Sante Fe sys
tem, were received here yesterday
by H. H. Francisco, general agent
for that railway, and disclosed the
information that 43,884 persons
visited the Grand Canyon National
park in April, May, June and July
of this year, an increase of 17,062
over the same period last year. The
point is stressed that the park is
open all the year.
Irish Fair Matinee Today. At a
request of a number who were un
able to attend the Irish fair and
bazaar at night the group of chil
dren who have been dancing the
Irish folk dances will give a spe
cial matinee this afternoon in Hl
bernia hall at 3 o'clock. The ba
zaar, which is held under the aus
pices of the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians and the ladies' auxiliary,
will close tonight with drawing of
all grand prizes.
Menu Cards Embellished. Ore
gon scenes will greet patrons of
Southern Pacific dining cars here
after when ' they glance over the
menu cards. John M. Scott, general
passenger agent, has selected pic
tures of Portland with Mount Hood
in the background. Crater Lake and
other scenes dear to the hearts of
Oregonians and they appear on the
new cards. Formerly the railroad
trademark graced the top of the
menu cards.
Invitations Are Accepted. Invi
tations sent out by the agricultural
committee of the Chamber of Com
merce to commercial bodies of Ore
gon and southwest Washington to
visit the Pacific International Live
stock exposition are meeting with
gratifying response. The first ac
ceptance came from Hoquiam, Wash.
Eugene promised to send 150 to 200
visitors on November 8. Klamath
Falls and Pendleton were among
those sending in early acceptances
Alleged Shoplifter Arrested.
The police yesterday arrested Annie
Kreger, alias Annie Painter, alleged
to be a shoplifter. The arrest was
made on complaint of the house de
tective of Lipman, Wolfe & Com
pany, who stated he had watched the
suspected woman for several days
and believed she was about to leave
Portland. It was said the police
will file a charge of larceny against
the prisoner.
Pilgrim Boys Plan Rally. P. W.
Lee, who for 18 years has been a
physical instructor, or playground
leader, will give a short address at a
rally of the Pilgrim Boys chorus to
be held in the Portland Y. M. C. A.
this afternoon. The Pilgrims are
getting ready to take part in the
annual round-up father and son
programme to be given in the city
auditorium November 10.
Minstrels Being Rehearsed.-
Members of the Knights of Colum
bus are busy with their rehearsals
for their annual minstrel show
Headline Position on New Pro
gramme Is Shared With
Three Other Stars.
"Spo-o-t li-i-ght! Hark! Hark!"
All of which means to Orpheum
theater patrons that Herbert Will
iams and Hilda Wolfus, inimitable
funsters, are to have a big place on
the Orpheum vaudeville programme
opening at the Heilig theater to
morrow afternoon.
Williams and Wolfus share head-
rean for the establishment of a vo-
cational training school for disabled
veterans were taken up yesterday 1
by A. P. Harrison, head of the- vo
cational training schools in this
district, who arrived from Seattle
yesterday. It was said that no
definite decision had been reached.
If some agreement Is reached as
a basis for taking over the sana
torium, the whole matter will have
to be submitted to the d'rector at
Washington, according to Kenneth
L. Cooper, head of the local office
of the veterans' bureau. Mr. Cooper
said it would be another month, be
fore anything definite could be an
nounced. Jay Bowerman, attorney for Dr.
Pierce, said that an agreement de
pended upon the veteran' bureau
agreeing to treat western Oregon
tubercular veterans In Portland in
stead of sending them to the tuber
cular hospital at Walla Walla,
Today-We Feature-
Herbert Williams In featnre act
on new Orpheum b in
line position with Paul Morton and
Naomi Glass on the new bill, and
Bill Robinson, "the dark cloud of
joy," is an added feature. As a
whole the new show is one in which
comedy rules, and in that particular
realm there are few vaudeville art
ists so well known as these head
line stars.
Paul Morton is one of the famous
Four Mortons. His present alliance
with Naomi Glass has given big
time vaudeville another headline act
of sterling quality. Their act this
season is "April," a combination of
wit and melody. Williams and
Wolfus are offering their newest
assortment of buffoonery, done into
a legitimate comedy skit, under the
head of "From Soup to Nuts."
Lumberman and Party Will View
Holdings Near Kelso.
On one of his frequent inspection
trips R. A. Long, chairman of the
board of directors of the Long-Bell
Lumber company, which concern is
responsible for the rising city of
Longview, arrived in Portland yes
terday afternoon.
While here Mr. Long and his
party will visit the holdings of his
company on the Columbia river,
near Kelso, where the operations
of the concern in the northwest are
to be conducted.
Mr. Long is a great horse fancier
and will undoubtedly visit the Pa
cifio International Livestock Ex
position. His daughter, Mrs. Loula
Long Combs, is the owner of the
Longview farms, just outside of
Kansas City, and there has horses
that take blue ribbons In shows all
oveV the country. Eight of the
hfrses from her farm are to be
shown at the livestock exposition.
Margaret Coldwell, children's li
brarian, will have charge of the i which will be held at the Turn
story-hour programmes- during the
winter, which will be given each
Friday afternoon.
Writers" League to Meet. At the
Oregon Writers' league meeting this
evening at central library, John
Hotchkiss will talk on "Reading
Tendencies of Today." Samuel Lan
caster will give a brief review with
entertaining anecdotes of last sum
mer's visits of authors to Camp Lan
caster. Other matters of Interest to
writers will be discussed. It will
be an open meeting at $ o'clock. The
business meeting will be at 7:30
PJvangelical Meetings to Open.
Special evangelistic services will be
gin at the Montavilla Baptist church
tomorrow night for a period of
nightly meetings for one week. Rev.
W. L. Riley, pastor of the Highland
Baptist church, will be the principal
speaker during the series and spe
cial music has been arranged for
each evening.
Baby ' Clinic to Be Resumed.
Arleta baby clinics will be resumed
Jn the Arleta branch library next
week. Dr. C. U. Moore and Dr. Ivan
Woolley, who have charge of the
clinics, will be present from 1 to 3
o'clock Monday and Friday after
noons, and the regular weekly meet
ing periods will be on these days
throughout the winter months.
Burglars Busy. Daily papers are
full of reports of robberies and
hold-ups. Protect yourself against
such losses with a burglary, theft
and hold-up insurance policy. For
particulars phone Atwater 2391, let
us tell you about it W. R. McDon
ald company. All kinds of insur
ance. Adv.
Trails Club to Hike. The Trails
club will repeat the hike to the live
stock exposition, leaving Broadway
and Taylor at 9 A. M. tomorrow.
After viewing the exhibits there will
be lunch In the cafeteria. Hike
down the peninsula to Willamette
slough. Return via St Johns, ar
riving about 5 P. M.
Bird Lecture Tonight. Willard
A. Eliot will give an illustrated lec
ture on birds before the Oregon Au
dubon society tonight at 8 o'clock in
room A, central library. His sub
ject will be "Our Permanent Birds
and Winter Residents." The public
is invitea.
Harvest Festival of Portland So
cial Turn Verein, 255 15th st. Frt
day, Saturday and Sunday, Novem
ber 3, 4 and 5. Admission 10c. Dance
music by Bezanson's Melody Phlends.
Red Cross Meeting Wednesday.
The annual meeting of Portland
chapter, American Red Cross, is to
he held in the story-hour room of
central library, Wednesday evening,
November 8, at 8 o'clock.
Rev. B. B. Sutcliffe will preach
at Calvary Presbyterian church, 11th
and Clay streets, Sunday. 11 A. M.,
"Christ and the Lawyers"; 3:30
P. M., "The Workmanship of God,"
Ephesians 2. Adv. 1
Mrs. Henderson's Crown Point
Chalet. Serving regular dinners.
Open fireplace; usual hospitality.
Verein hall., Thirteenth and Main
streets, November 22 and 23. A much
larger cast will assist in the enter
tainment features this year than
Thomas R. Hill to Speak. Thomas
R. Hill, superintendent of agents
of the Provident Life & Trust com
pany, Philadelphia, will be the
speaker at the luncheon of the Life
Underwriters' association at the
Chamber of Commerce today at
noon. The Oregon university en
dowment committee also wlU make
a report
Candidates to Speak. The Ore
gon branch of the League of Women
Voters will hold a luncheon today
at the Chamber of Commerce. Can
didates for state, county and city
offices will make speeches on behalf
of their candidates. Governor Ol
cott and Representative McArthur
are among those scheduled for
Candidates to Speak. George Al
exander, Joseph K. Carson and other
democratic candidates will address
a democratic meeting tonight at
Rose City park school.
Eggert-Young Co.. Shoes, removed
to Eggert Bldg., 127 Sixth St., jiear
Oregonian. Tel. Bdwy. 712L Adv.
Shipherd Springs, open all year,
Carson, Wash. John E. Kelly, Mgr.
Information call Bdwy. 6252. Adv.
63. Opposed to the school bill. Adv.
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
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447 Morgan. Main 6047.
Further Negotiations for Pierce
Sanatorium Are Under Way.
Further negotiations toward
taking over of Pierce's sanatorium
by the United States veterans' bu-
System, It Is Intimated, Could Be
Adopted Here, Materially Re
lieving Congestion.
The (success of the one-way sys
tem of traffic as used in New York
and Chicago and other eastern cen
ters was reported on by O. Laur
gaard, city engineer, in an address
at the luncheon of the realty board
at the Multnomah hotel yesterday
noon. Although the speaker made
no attempt to outline a system of
one-way traffic for this city he in
timated that it could be done in
such a way as to relieve congestion
of traffic
Chicago adopted one-way traffic
in the loop district during the street
car strikje and it proved so success
ful that it was retained, said the
A system of guiding traffic by
means of green and red lights used
In New York city was described by
Mr. Largaard, who said it had
proved most successful. When the
green light is turned on at Inter
sections traffic moves and when the
red light is shown it is held up to
permit machines on streets at right
angles to pass, he said.
The board raised a-fund for in
serting advertising in the local pa
pers for the exposition and exposi
tion measures. Lloyd Simmons, who
Is in charge of this, told of the
A large number of the realtors
also pledged support to the 1927 fair
parade to be held tonight
Allen H. Reed, Washington high
school student, told of plans for
holding the senior class play in the
public auditorium November 17.
W. B. Shiveley, head of the legal
committee, in a legal discussion told
his hearers that a broker may not
speculate with his employer's prop
erty. Jack Henderson spoke in favor of
music week.
Man Who Killed Inf ant Deer Gets
Fine and Gun Confiscated.
A. J. Whiteside of Fellows, Cal.,
arrested on Smith river, was fined
$100 and his gun confiscated, for
having in possession deer meat and
hides not tagged. He also was ar
raigned on a charge of having in
possession a buck so young that its
horns could be ascertained only by
touch. Asked how he had known
It for a buck, Whiteside asserted
that ho crawled 100 yards toward it
on his stomach and determined its
sex with a field-glass before shoot
ing it. The last charge was BUS'
ponded pending good behavior.
Other game law infringers whose
names were reported to Warden
Burghduff are as follows:
John Barker, Cottage Grove, ar
rested at Nosby creek for running
deer with dogs, trial not yet set
D. A, Elkins, Eugene, arrested at
Eugene for shooting from highway
at game birds Or non-game birds,
report of trial not yet received; Linn
Thompson. Crane, Or., arrested at
On Sale
AT $7.50
Step In See Our Bargains.
The Reliable Dress Shop
Former Location of Madame Bonrrett.
Lvirschbaum Uvercoats
ft Jf t mm
i -n".-r I t I. i ,
All Models All Fabrics
Here's an extraordinary value
a great group of overcoats.
Every model from ulsters to
Chesterfields; every fabricfrom
Sturdi Knits to fancy back
fleeces. All made the Kirsch
baum quality way all priced
on an especially close margin.
Compare the style I The
tailoring! The value!
Olds, MtrtmaM SKwsd
Men's Store, Main Floor
Burns, Or., for having geese In pos
session during closed season, fined
$25; L. Starr, Portland, and A. J.
Miller, Portland, arrested at Sauvies
Island for hunting ducks at nipht.
fined $25; A. Avery, Freowater, Or.,
arrested near Pendleton for killing
Hungarian pheasant, fined $26.
Read The Orftgonlan classified adis.
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American Principles Preserved
If You Vote Right On the
Compulsory Education Bill
Associate Editor Liberty Magazine, Washington, D. C
And Nation-Wide Lecturer on the Principles of Religious Freedom
11th Street, Between Morrison and YamhilL '
'Any advocate of the bill is invited to be present and discuss
the merits of the measure with Dr. Martin. Such speaker will
be given the first twenty-five minutes' of the meeting.
Auspices Oregon Religious Liberty Association.
508 East Everett Street.
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Pastry Specials
Pineapple Layer Cake
Regular price 70c; for
today, each only
The filling and icing of this tempting
cake is mixed with pure pine
apple juice, imparting a
rich, fruity flavor to
the entire cake
The Hazelwood Dairy Store
' 126 Tenth Street
Broadway Hazelwood
Pastry Department, 127 Broadway
First Baptist Church
(Th6 White Temple)
Twelfth and Taylor Streets.
7:ito P. M. Ml'SlO WEEK will be inaugurated at this church
with an appropriate service. Dr. Villers speaks on
Mansell Wilder and the Male Quartet lead a
twenty-minute praise service. Special selections:
Baritone solo. "The King's Business"; male quar
tet, "The Tide Is Flowing Out": mixed quartet,
"Lead, Kindly Light"; hymn, "The Shepherd's
Call," arranged from Verdi's anvil chorus.
11:00 A. JL Dr. Villers speaks on "C.4XVARY, OR THE
description of his visit to that holy place, and
. the rinsing of the bells in the church which
Kaiser Wilhelm the Second dedicated.
9)4SA.r. Bible school. 6:15 P. M. B. T. P. IT.
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Alder at Twelfth. .
Harold Leonard
Norman Kendall
10:30 A. M..
"Lord, Teach Us to
7:45 P. M..
"When Paul Defied
the "Universe."
Dr. Bowman
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Notice has been given us of an
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East Ninth and Pine Streets.
ALL SAITS' DAY will be ob
served with an impressive ME
who have died during the year.
' Dr. MacCaughey will epeak on
Vote yes on measures 308 and 500
for exposition.
Subject: "Our Relation to the
CoMmic Law,"
Sunday, Nov. B, 8 P. M.
Theosophical Hall
302 Central Bldg 10th and Alder
The Theosophical Society will
present Mrs. Maude Lambert
Taylor, national lecturer, in a
series of three lectures:
Nov. 9 The Way of Theosophy.
Nov. 10 The Occultist and the
Nov. 11 Theosophy in Dante's
Divine Comedy.
35th and East YamhilL
' Popular Sunday Evening
Subject, t
"The Educational Bill"
(What I Think of It)
Greatest in the series!
Protestants, Wake Up!
"On to Election"
Dr. Gallagher, Speaker.
East Side
Baptist Church
East 20th and Salmon.
Walter Benwell Hinson, D. D.
Morning Service, 11,
"The Conquering Host of God"
Eventne Service, 7:.'Mi,
"The Moving Pictures of Christ"
B. Y. P. U Oil 5 P. M.
Bible School at 0:30 A. M.
(East Morrison or Hawthorne
Ave. Cars.)
First Methodist
Episcopal Church
B. Earle Parker, D. D.
Sunday School, 9:45
Morning Service, 11:00
Dr. Edward Laird Mills
Editor The Pacific Christian
Advocate, Preaching.
Epworth Leagues, 6:15
Sacred Concert '
by the Choir
E. T. Jones, Director.
Park and Madison Streets.
Bdwy. and L J. Cars to Block of
Dr. McElveen Preaches
11 A. M. "Think."
7:45 P. M". Dr. McElveen answers four
1 "Is There So Little Difference Be
tween the Two Political Parties That
We Should Organize a New Conserva
tive and a New Progressive Party?"
2 "Is the Habit of "Seeing Red' Be
coming Widespread?"
3 "How Does Colyer"s Sensational Book
TiU e?"CaniSm a enace' Justify Its
4 Name Five Proofs of God's Existence
In Five Minutes.-'
Rose City Park Community Church
Forty-fifth and Hancock Srs.
Morning service, 11 A. 5T.
Topic, "Winning Tour
Evening service 7.30
P. M. Topi c.
' ' Spiritualism . ' '
Thursday Eve.
Mission Study.
Stereopticon lec
ture, "Siaiu."
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