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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1911)
TAFT IS CHEERED
LENGTH OF STATE
President Makes Addresses in
Seven Oregon Cities Not:
on Schedule, .
'CROWDS ARE INSISTENT
-R. E. William, IVpablW-an arlonal
Cocoro 1 tteeroan. Mbo Aorompao
I s. led Exvrati-re South, Tll ot
' Eerie of Ova I Ions.
En routa from Portland to tha Cali
fornia Una. tba rwptto aocordad
Pr.sld.nt Taft amounted to aa ova
tion. A!thou! tba official Itinerary
rontmplatd brief atopa at only threo
point In Orea-on ealem. Albany and
Kuino thera wra throngs of peopla
aMmbl4 at vry atatlon alone tha
railroad between thla rlty and Aatiland.
KariuM of the lnltent crowd, brief
tap were mad at the following point
In addition to thoso already named,
where the President made a few re
marka: Junction City. I'raln. Cottaf
Orov. TCoaeburc. Grant Pass, Medford
-It vm more than a reception Prel
dent Taft received all aloof the line:
It waa a rlea of ovation." declared
Ralph E. William. Republican National
I'nmmltteaman for Orefton. who re
turned yeaterday after havln accom
panied tha President and party a far
aouth aa Ashland. Othera to eacort
the President to tha California line
were H. U Plttoca". of thla city, and
Representative Ilawley. of Falom. C. W.
Fulton. e-t"nlted flat Senator, had
been invited to accompany tha party,
but declined owln to a prior encase
ment. S,aw Hear Preatdean.
"Audience iirrMttlnf fully 4S.0
peopla wer addreed by tha President
between Portland and Ashland." aald
Mr. Tftillam yeaterday. "It wa only
after tha Prestdent'a train left Kuen
that It waa decided to make brief atopa
at the larger towns throughout South
ern Oregon. As a result, tha peopla in
rlttes sooth of Eugene had notice of
Irs than two hour that tha Preatdent
would make a few remark at those
points. However, despite thla short noil'-,
there were Immense audience at
every point. For instance, fully 1000
were assembled at tha d.pot In both
Bedford and Ashland. It was nearly
1 o'clock Thursday night when tha
President reached Ashland, but hla
audience wa patient and good-naturedly
awaited hla arrival.
"All along the Una tha President waa
received enthusiastically. There waa
no mistaking the sentiment. It was
strong for Taft At none of tha towns
south of Eugene was aa opportunity
given for general handshaking, but at
earn stop several of the mora ardent
atmtrrrs of tha President pushed for
ward In tha crowd and. seisins tha
President's hand from the rear plat
form of hlstraln. assured him of their
lorsl and enthnslastlc support. They
a;o promised, the President ha could
aafely count, on their repectlv com
munities to record for Mm the usual
Republican majoritlea of past, elec
tlona Greet! Pleases PreeJdeat.
"President Taft was Immensely
pleased with the splendid reception ha
received and particularly-with the as
surances of support In the coming pri
mary and Presidential elections. He
frequently spoke of the substantial evl.
denres of the state's prosperity and tha
'isppv ard contented circumstance of
"From the demonstrations that at
tended the President's ride through the
stste. there Is no question but Western
Oregon may be counted upon to give
htm even greater support neit year
than wlien he was first elected."
Mr. Williams. Mr. rtttock and Rep
resentative Hawtey remained In Ash
land Friday, the attests of K. V. Carter,
who entertained them with an automo
bile tour of the Interesting sections of
Jackson "nimty. Mr. Williams reporta
an especially strong Taft sentiment In
tfcat Southern Oregon county.
HYGIENE WOMEN'S. TOPIC
Tour to Speak on Vk-f Danger at
I nliarlan t'harx-I.
At a meeting of women tomorrow
night in the tnttarlan Chapel, tinder
tlie aupl.-es of the Portland Commons,
strps will be taken toward' the for
nation of a permanent organization to
work In conjunction with the Social
Hygiene Society In the movement which
been started for wldrr knowledga
of the dangera of vice.
Preceding the business session a
aerie of addresses will be given. Mra
Millie R. Trumbull will speak on "The
;irls Who Earn Their Own UvlneT"
Miss Minnie Mtchner. of the Portland
ommons. will speak on "The Tempta
tiona of Girls." lr. Florence Manlon
will give a talk on "Tha Inheritance
of VenerrI Diseases" A general dla
russlen win follow, to be led bv Mra.
Kdward 8. Eilot. of Boston, who baa
given much atudv to the subject of
wis! Jijg-len. Mrs. A. W. In rub will
P. Eakln. of Eugene, la at the Im
perial. F. w. Weaver, of Pcappoose, Is at'th
F F. Browning, of Astoria, la at tha
Dr II I. Reed, of Karrtsburg. la at
F. 8. f tern rt. of Pal.ro. Is registered
at the Powers.
C. E. Ross, of Ptlverton. Is regUtere
at the Oregon.
N. M. P-alton. of Dallas, la registered
at the Imperial. .
E - Bean, a Eugene attorney. Is
at the Imperial.
R. M Ewlng. a fruitgrower of Dallas.
Is at th Imperial.
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Wells. Vf Tacoma.
are at the Carlton.
E. o. McCoy and wife, of Tha Dalles,
are at the Portland.
"Mr. and Mrs. E. TL. Clark, ef Lebanon,
ar at tb Cornelius.
F. A. Feufert. of Tha Dalles, Is regis
tered at the Imperial.
A. L. Reevea. a merchant of Hood
River, la at the Perkins.
J. M Cooper, a banker of Independ
ence, la at the Imperial.
C. H. Rroughn. a merchant of La
Grande. I at tha Oregon.
R. R. Banks and wife, of Klamath
Falls, ara at the Cornelius.
J r. Thompson, of Hood River. Is
registered at the Cornelius.
H, C Davis, of Anacorlsa, owner of
canneries on the Sound and lo Alaska,
la registered at the Perklna.-
E. R. Mo Her. a fruitgrower of Eugene,
ta registered at the Carlton.
F. R. Walte. a buiijnes man of
Sutherland. Is at the imperial. .
Conrad Stafrln. a druggist of Dallas,
la registered at tha Cornelius.
Mrs. II. McKlcl and daughter, of
Clalskanlae, ar at the Oregon.
I. N. Campbell, a merchant of New
berg, la registered at the 1'erklns.
Mrs. A. J. Price and daughter. LI la.
of Tba Dalles, ar at the Perkins.
Mrs. K. I Howe, owner of a fruit
ranch near Hosier, Is at the Bowers.
V. C. London, a merchant of Carl
ton, and has wife ara at tha Perkins.
IL A- Hunter haa returned from a
trip to Minneapolis and la at the Tort
land. Mrs. T. G, Barnes and daughter, of
Silver tLake, Washington, are at the
T. K. . Rowell, a sheepralser of
h : ' .11
Ralph F tVllllaaaa, . Repahlleaa
.ll.a.l CasaBsltteesaats. Wha
Aerweapaalew Prealdeat Taft as
Party to the California -lib. f
Scholia, and Mra RoweU ar at the
Mr. and Mra F. L Houghton and Mra
Elisabeth Lord, of The Dalles, are at
Colonel and Mra John McCraken
have returned from a Summer visit at
liusum and are at the Bowers.
Mr. and Mra D. C. Ecclea. of Dee. are
at the Hurtland. Mr. Ecclea la Inter
ested In a large sawmill at Dee.
CHICAGO, Oct. H. (SpeciaL The
following from Portland are registered
at Chicago hotels: Congress. Russell
Hawkins and W. E. Flnser: Stratford.
Mra M. G. Pmelser: Great Northern,
Mr. and Mra W. W. Metiger.
MXDLEWORK GCILl PnKPAIiES
FOR. WINTER ACTIV1TV.
Garments or Money Tliat Will Be
Vfwd in Helping Needy May Be
Sent to Women Members.
' The Portland branch of the Needle
work Qulld of America make an earn
est appeal to all lta members, and to
the general public, for early contri
bution. In garments or In money. In
the past year the guild haa collected,
and distributed 5757 garments to needy
persons, or to charitable Institutions,
and also haa spent 3S for emergency
The need, however, haa been consid'
erably greater than the supply, and It
la hoped that more may be collected
this year. The Guild Is non-sectarian
and thereare no formalltlea of mem
bership. Men. women or children are
eligible, the only condition la the Bend
ing of two new artlclea of wearing ap
parel or household linen, or a contribu
tion In money, to any of the officer or
directors of the Guild whose names ap
The garmenta will be on dlnplay be
fore distribution, at a tea, to be held
November at the Unitarian chapel.
Seventh and Yamhill streets, to which
all Interested are Invited. It Is parti
cularly urged that contribution be aent
In. not later than November 1. to any
of the following:
Mra E. Hamilton, president. (3 North
Twenty-second street: Mra Alex Bern
stein, treasurer. 77 Overton street;
Miss A. M. Cremen. 40S Twelfth street;
vice-president Mrs. James Laldlaw,
4S1 Holladay avenue: Mra William
Woodward. Hancock street: Mra J.
K. Alem Msyer. 78 Everett street; sec
tion presidents Miss Falling. Fifth and
Tavlor "Streets: Mra H. B. Robertson,
Fifth and Taylor streets: Mrs. W. Jones.'
Other People Really Judge. You by Your Furniture
..Women know how true this is.1 The furniture and deco
rations of a home are a fair criterion of the tastes of its
'inhabitants. High prices do not make good furniture.
-High-grade woods and high-grade work do. The Berkey
& Gay Furniture Company, whose product we sell exclu
sively here, is ' at once . the Tenvy and despair of other
makers.' This Company employs workmen who have been
with it for nearly half a century master woodworkers
who spend all the time they think necessary to form and
finish a piece. The result' is faithful workmanship and -dependable
designs. s . '.
We always carry a large stock of Berkey & Gay furni
ture. Just now the stock is particularly large and com
plete, including everything for the Bedroom, Dining-Room
and Library. We want you to get acquainted with Berkey
& Gay furniture. Come and see it now you will find it a
profitable way to spend an hour. We will not ask you to"
buy it we know that sometime you will.
1 -1 -ill
J. G. MACK & GO.
7S1 Flanders atreet; Mra W. C Alvord.
J0 Taylor atreet; Mlaa K. Glle. 770
Klandera street; Mis De Frlea- 72S
Overton treet: Mra W. L. Brewster.
801 Lovejoy street; Mra Tlllle Sher
man. 4tt East Fifteenth street North;
Mra Herbert Holman. 787 . Overton
atreet: Mra Clara Garnett. 635 Colum
bia Slough: Miss Falling. 423 Eleventh
street: Mra J. T. Reed. S0 Broadway:
director Mra"W. J. Burns. Nineteenth
and Irvine; atreets: Mra C H. Lewi.
Nineteenth and Ollaan streets; Mrs. O.
T. Schalk. Alexandra Court; Miss
Wrlgley. Ht Myrtle atreet; Mlsa A. C.
Jewell. Hobart Curtis; Mra E. J. Labbe.
I!l Cornell Road; Mra W. E. Robert
son. I5 Twelfth street: Mra Basey.
Mlsa 8. 8. C. Bernstein. 77 Overton
street: Mra O. V. Ketchem, 58J Sara
toga street; Mra M. Relnsteln, ill Over
tun atreet; Mis E. Glle. 770 Flandere
street: Mra Sitton. 1 Yamhill street:
Mra G. K. Wantworth. 493 Yamhill
street; Mlsa A. May. Mra T. Bodley.
Lenta Or.; Mra 11. Markowlts, S74 Hoyt
atreet: Mra W. H. Market. 580 East
Oak street: Mra David txtring. sis
Msrshall atreet: Mra J. W. Cook, 604
Twenty-second atreet; XIra E. W. Cor
nell. Alexandria Court; Mis Gaston.
Portland Height; Mra. Graham Glass.
115 Ford street: Mra J. T. Rosa. 50
Main atreet; Mra W. O. Thomaa 00
Twenty-fourth atreet: Mra R. Martin.
4S& Hassalo atreet: Mlsa K. Cronln.
Garden Home; Mra J. I". Alex Mayer.
628 Everett street: Mra 8enoca Smith.
tit Front atreet: Mra Milton Smith. 135
Curry atreet; Mra B. F. Weaver. 355
East Twelfth street: Mra. Jamea Lald
law 453 Holladay avenue; Mra
Ketchem.- 583 Saratoga atreet; Mrs. J.
G Btansbury. 683 Windsor atreet; Mra
8. G. Allen. 186 East Thirteenth street:
Mra Brodte, Powell Valley road; Mrs.
John Klosterman. Twenty-first and
Davis street; Mra Robert Livingstone.
718 King Court; Mra MoCarver. 488
East Alder street; Miss Wentworth. 754
Tillamook street; Mra A. W. Payne.
811 Northrop atreet; Mrs. A. L. Pfse
784 Pettygrove atreet: Mra. C. L. Mead.
714 Tillamook atreet: Mrs. E. A. Jobes.
411 Hassalo street: Mra William Wood
ward. 66 Hancock atreet
Otero Relgn In w Mexico.
SANTA FE, N. M- Oct. 14. Terrltor--lal
Treasurer Otero today handed hi
resignation to Governor Mllla. After
serving aa Governor for nine years.
Otero wa appointed TerrltoHal Trea
urer and served In that capacity five
POSTMAN DIVES TO DIE
HIRAM C. HCTCIIIXSOX JOIPS
- CUT MORRISON- BRIDGE.
Ijettcr-Carrlcrs President and
Prominent Lod Roman Ends Life
Due lo Pains In Head.
LONG BEACH NEWLY WEDS KEEP SECRET UNTIL THEY DEPART
FOR TRAIN EAST.
Standing within three feet of another
man. Hiram C. Hutchinson, a United
State matlcarrler, leaped from the east
end of fhe Morrlaon-treet bridge draw
span at 7:10 yesterday morning, crushed
hla head against the baae of the pier .as
he fell, and waa awept away by the
U..... n. In. In the head from
which, he had suffered for years, and 1
other wornaakare aacriDea as mo cuo
of hla act. '
W. E. Whiteside, an employe of the
Powers Furniture Company, living; at
tast Aintn atreet, was on ni wj
to work, and stood within a few feet,
of Hutchinson aa he divested himself
of hla uniform coat and hat. He could
1 1 .rvnt.l the act hut- see
ing the uniform, he thought Hutchinson
waa a city oincer aDoui to commence
work on the bridge.
"He was perfectly cool," Bays White
side, "and did not act In a way to
arouse my suspicion. When he laid
down his coat and bat he leaped like a
deer. In falling he struck hla head
agalnat the sloping concrete of the
pier and hit the water on nia siomacn.
uiaiuI nn.r. nn the surface. A strange
thing; waa that he floated for fully
three mlnutea while i rusneo over tu
the other side of the bridge to look
. v. , ann tnrni1. Then he sank.
There were no boata in sight, eo I noti
fied the police ana came away.
J. c Alexander and Joe Rucolich.
bridge tenders, aaw the .death plunge
from a distance.
A note In the pocket or the oeaa
man'a coat givea the reason for his
act. It la addressed to "May or Joe."
referring to his wife and hla brother.
Joseph W. Hutchinson, Deputy City
Auditor, and says:
"Dearest You know that I have said
my head hurt me ever since I became
overheated In moving out here, no one
knOws how bad. It is getting worse
and I am getting afraid of myself. For
a long time I have not been myaelf.
The letter waa written on stationery
of the North American Land Company,
of which Hutchinson was a director.
He waa alao treasurer of the local
lodge of the Royal Arcaaum, a member
of the Masons and paesldent of -the
Letter Carriers' Association.
Mra Hutchinson, with her daughter,
Pauline, stepdaughter of the deceased,
were at Ocean Park for an outing, and
were expected back last night. Last
Sunday the family attended the funeral
of Mra Hutchinson's sister, Mrav George
Morse, and In the courae of the aervlcea
Mr. Hutchinson collapsed, and was led
from" the room. Other rslatlvea are
J. W. Hutchlnaon. brother, who la man
ager oX the Poleor, Implement Company
at Seattle: Mra Earneat Oatea of thla
city, a sister, and Oscar Hutchinson, a
brother, at Clifton. Or.
Hugh Brady, the city riverroan, went
Immediately to the scene and began
grappling for the body.
Tliefl of Lauirdry Alleged.
Following a depute over laundry
charges In which"45 cents was at stake,
R. C Maasey. proprietor of a poolsoom,
at Fifth and Madison streets, waa ar
rested last night, charged with larceny.
Massey Is accused by Charles Coclan.
a laundry wagon driver, of having
seized a bag of laundry when Coclan
would not pay him the small sum he
had promised him for acting as the
agency for the laundry. Massey waa
arrested by Detective Royle.
EAST SIDE CORNER SOLD
C. C. Colt and W. P. Dickey Buy
Grand Avenue Site for $2 7,500.
C C. Holt, president of the Union
Meat Company, and Walter P. Dickey,
r the Cattle Loan Company.
have purchased from Weidon Darling 1
and East Taylor street, for 327,500. The
corner occupies 100 by 90 feet. The sale
waa made by Stewart, Fry & Company.
It was previously reported that Joseph
Healy had purchased this property.
Stewart, Fry & Company have also
closed a deal by which T. J. Seufert
takes over the northwest corner of
Fifth and Madison streets, Mr. Seu
fert announces that he will construct a
modern building on the site at once.
HOME RULE IS PREDICTED
Father J.'-C. Hughes, Back From
Ireland,. Expects Change Soon.
Returning from a tour of Europe,
which took him to nearly every country
on the Continent and the British pos
sessions. Rev. ramer jonn nugiics,
have porcnasea irom yvciuuu ia ""' " C jl
the southweHt corner of Grand avenue pastor of St. Lawrence Church.de
Clares that Ireland Is destined to ob
tain nomo ruie wnum .w o.
In Ireland, says Father Hughes, tha
policy of John E. Redmond, leader of
the Nationalists, is the opinion of the
majority. He says sentiment In favor
of the Redmond party Is almost unani
mous and that in a short time home
legislation will rule.
Father Hughes visited Rome and had
a special audience with the Pope and
Cardinal Merry Del Val.
While In Ireland, the Portland priest
celebrated mass in many of the historio
cathedrals. He brought home a hand
carved pipe, bearing Irish emblems and
the shield of the ancient Murphy clan,
and presented it to J. Hennessy Mur
Milwaukee Grain Elevator Burns.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 14. An elevator
owned by the Rialto Elevator Com
pany was destroyed by fire today.
Loss 3400,000: partly Insured.
A runnlriglv-la'd plan to surprise their friends and avoid the customary
showers of rl.-e and old a hoes, was executed b Mr. and Mrs. H. H Deputy, of
Long Be.-h. Wash., who were quietly married In Vsnoouver" Thursday after
noon, and who are now on a two nuintha" honeymoon through the Eastern and
Southern States, -
.Mra Deputy was Miss Delia Tinker, daughter of H. H. Tinker, proprietor
of tha Long Beach Hotel. The bridegroom Is one of the active promotera of
the' newly-launched cranberry Industry of Pacific County. Washington. Early
In the week the bride-to-be slipped away to Portland, accompanied by Mlsa
Vivien McKlnnel. for a vlait to friends, while her fiance, taking the next train,
announced that he was leaving for an extended business trip through the East
nNol",ven their Immediate relative were let Into tha secret, and Thureday
afternoon t!iey went to Vancouver, vt hera the ceremony was performed by
Dr Pond of the Flrt Congregational Church. l"nupectlng Portland
frlenrt have been entertaining the Long Beach couple ever lnce their arrival,
and Krl.lay evening the newly. married ,-alr enjoyed a Joke on Profeor Karl
Reldelsberger. at whose home thev epent the evening, the bride being present
ed to several other guests under her maiden name. Not until the following
marnlng. when the hotel "bit waa Ju n.ly lo leave for the North Bank train,
aid the musician discover he had been entertaining newly-weds unawares.
Mr and Mrs. Deputv will go direct to New York, thence to Boston and
Washington. D. C. leaving there for Atlanta. Jacksonville. Moultrie. Fla- and
New Orleans, several daya being spent 'n each city. Return I Tl be mad by
way ot Los Angeles, where they may Pnd the Wintr.
Breaks a Cold in a day
tad Cure- aT Coa U Car
able. .-ted PbyeleJaa'a Fervaola.
Get from any druggist "Two ounce
of iHvcerlne and half an ounce of Con
centrated Pine Compound. Mix these
w ith, half a pint of good whiskey. Take
one to two teaspoonfuls after each meal
and at bed time. Smaller doses to chil
dren according to age." Any one can
prepare this at home. Thla Is the best
formula known to aclence. There are
many cheaper pfeparatlone of large
quantity, but It doeiaVt pay to experi
ment wltli a bad-cold. Be ure to get
only the genuine tGiohet Concentrated
Plite .Each half ounce bottle comes In
a sealed tin acrew-top casa If the
druggist doea nt have In atock he will
get It quickly from hla wholesale house.
Pine haa been known for hundred of
years for' lja curative effects on the
mucous membrane, but many extracts
contain resins that cause nausea and
rash. For safety get only- that men
Uonei above. Adv.
THE ADDITION "WITH CHARACTER
Today is the second anniversary of the opening of Laurelhurst. We
extend you an invitation to spend a portion of today in Laurelhurst. We
want you to see Portland's premier residence park, now that every
municipal improvement is completed and the tract stands forth perfect
in all of its appointments.
Come out in your automobile today and motor over 26 continuous miles
of asphalt streets. It "will prove a revelation to see Laurelhurst in Its
present condition, -with its 26 miles ef paved streets, 52 miles of cement
sidewalks, parkings, shade trees and cluster lights, and elegant new
homes, vying in beauty and statelinesswith those in. any other section
of the city.
fc,;-.,i!Wilife1 :-;v-" t"
WE WILL FINANCE THE BUILD
ING OF YOUR HOME IN
You buy a $900 lot...
Discount for building. "...
' Net cost of Jot. .... v
Cost of building. .'. . V.
Total investment . , A ......
First mortgage for building. . .
Second "mortgage to Laurelhurst Company,
$900, less first payment of 10, $76.50. . ....688.50
: -Total amount put ia house by you. . . . . . . .$ 5JT6.50
Second mortgage paid at the rat? of 2 per cent per month, or $15.30,
which is less than house rent. '"'
Tot. choose your own architect and contractor. We procure you a
building loan, and you pay for the lot' as you would pay house rent.
BUILD YOUR HOME WHERE THE IMPROVEMENTS ARE ALL IN,
- , - NOT PROMISED.
. Lots $850 and up. Terms 10 per cent cash, 2 per cent a month.. Laur
elhurst his three carlines Laurelhurst car, Montavilla and Rose City
Perk. Only 15 minutes -out. If you want a home and have but little t
readv money, come and talk to us. We can help you out.
.Select your homesit'e today anoTcome in tomorrow and see us. We .
ean help you. "
Mead & Murphy, Sales Agents
Phones: Main 1603, A 1515. 522-526 Corbett Bldg.
Office on the Property. Phone East 989. Ask for Salesman.