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THE RTTXDAY OREGOXIAX. PORTLAND. AUGUST 4, 1912.
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Prir-tln e-room Main TOTO. A 60BS
Citv Circulation Main TOTO. A 6085
Manacing E.litor Main T070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main TOTO, A 6095
Composlns-room Main TOTO. A 805
Superlntendt building- Main T070 A o'Jtfw
HEILIG THEATER (Seventh and Taylor)
Catnrine Countias in rne AwiKnmj
Helena Richie." Tonight at 8:15.
OPPHEUM THEATER fMorrUon. between
Blxth and Seventh) Vaudeville. Tonight
at 8 :30.
EMPRESS THEATER (Park and Waahln
ton) vaudeville. Tnia aiternoou
tonlrht at 7:30 ad 9 o'clock.
PAXTAGES THEATER (Seventh and AI
der Vaudeville. Thla afternoon at
lonlcht at 7:30 and 8 o'clock.
ment park; varied attraction. Thi after
noon and tonight.
COUNCIL CREST (Portland Heights)
Trent : amusement Dark.
PEOPLE'S. STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT,
TIVOLI AND CRYSTAL First-run pic
turea. 11 A M. to 12 P. M.
RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baseball. Portland vs. vioion.
This afternoon at s:u o ciock.
OREGONIAK AT RESORTS
For the quickest delivery of The
Oregonian at Summer reeorta, aub
wribs through tba following agents.
City rates. Subscriptions by mall in
payable tn alvance.
Bayeeean,- OrHotel Bay ocean Annex
Bay City. Or. M. J. Miller
Bar View, Or. E. P. Marcher
Brighton Beach, Or J. A. Baldwin
Carson Spring Mineral Springs Hotel '
Cascadia. Or O. M. Geisendorfer
Collins Springs Fred A. Toong
Ijng Beach Lonls C'ohea
aheotta J. n. Brown
Kewport Geo. Slyreeter
Ocean Park D. E. Beechy
Bockaway Beach.Or. . Wilklns Rice
St. Martins Springs. .Mrs. St. Martin
Seaside Clark Strattoa
Seaview. Wash. .. .Frank E. Strahal
Tillamook J. 8. Umsr
Tvkelsnd, Wash John Korby
Feast or St. Ignatius Celebration
Todat. The pastor and people of St.
Ifrnatlus parish will celebrate the feast
of Saint Ignatius today. High mass
will be celebrated in the church. East
Forty-third street and Powell Valley
road, at 1:30 A. M.. at which Rev.
Thomas A. Meagher, S. J., will deliver
the address on the life work of St.
Ignatius. Luncheon will be served by
the women of the parish at 10 A. M,
At 2 P. M. there will be a baseball game
between Knights of Columbus and
Hibernian teams. At 1 P. M. Rev. P.
J. O'Reilly. S. J., will deliver an ad
dress. All will be welcome to these
services. St. Ignatius parish occupies
a sightly tract on which there Is space
for a large crowd.
Club Will Consider Co-operative
Store. The committee of nine ap
pointed at the last meeting to invest!
gate the matter of establishing a co
operative store in Montavilla will re
port at the regular meeting of the
Montavilla Board of Trade. East Glfsan
and East Seventy-sixth street Monday
night. This committee has gone into
the matter carefully the past two
weeks and visited the co-operativt
store established at Shaver street and
Alblna avenue In the Albina district.
At this meeting an amendment to the
constitution of the club will be con
Library Has Collection op Notes.
Collection of bank notes of the Con
federate States of America, covering
the years 1861 to 1864, is now on ex
hibition at the Central Library, Bev,
enth and Stark streets. During the
month of August the Sellwood branch
library will be open in the evenings
only, from 6 to 9:30, and the libraries
at Arleta. Lents, Montavilla, Troutdale,
University Park and Woodstock will
be open In the evenings only. Tb,o
Gresham branch library will be open
in the afternoon only, from 2 to 5:30.
One of the finest views of the lm
mediate surroundings of Portland is to
be had from the crown of the hill on
Abernethy Heights. The view of
mountains, foothills and river from
there is royal. The Golf Links and
East Portland look like a checker
board. Bull Run water is being
pumped up to the whole tract and roads
are being opened. Ask Mr. Van Nice
for further information, with Oregon
Realty Company, 43 Fourth street.
This strictly first-class suburban prop
erty is being bought by our best busi
ness men, and we have the sightly
four acres for sale.
Swedexbokgian Minister Here.
Rev. Charles A. Nusseaum, of St. Louis,
Mo., Swendenborgian minister, will
preach tonight in the Knights of
Pythias hall, under the auspices of the
Portland New Church Society, on
'Religious Needs and Aspirations of
the Times." Rev.' Mr. Nusseaum was
sent out by the convention of the New
Church Society on a tour of Inspec
tion of Canada and the Pacific Coast
and is now on his return.
Employment Bureau Reports. A
total of 3064 persons were furnished
employment during July by the Muni
cipal Free Employment bureau ac
cording to the monthly report filed with
the City Auditor yesterday. Of the
number 2854 were men and 210 wo
men. Included in the list are laborers
of all classes, skilled and unskilled.
The majority were given positions out
side the city on construction gangs
or in lumber camps.
Brooklyn Postal Station Has New
Quarters. The Brooklyn postal sta
tion has moved from Its former Quar
ters on Milwaukie and Ellsworth
streets to the new brick building on
Milwaukie and Powell streets. Cen
trally located and much larger the
new quarters are a great improvement.
We Sell hair mattresses retail at
wholesale prices, for 30-pound beds
from J7.50 and up. We renovate mat
tresses and return them the same day.
We also renovate feathers. Portland
Curled Hair Factory, H. Metzger, pro
prietor, 228 Front St. Main 474, A 1374.
University President Will Preach.
Dr. John Tallmadge Bergen, president
of Albert Lea Presbyterian College.
Albert Lea, Minn., will preach every
Sunday morning in August, at West
minster Church. The Broadway car
Bahai Assembly to Meet. The
Bahai Assembly- will meet tonight at
room 18. Selling-Hlrsch building. Every
one is cordially welcome. Dr. Davidson
Buchanan will talk on "A Foundation
Principle of the Bahai Teaching."
Harry Lippma-n Here. Harry E.
Lippman. manager of the United
States Casualty Company with head
quarters in Seattle, was in the city yes
terday on a short business trip.
For Sale. An exceptional oppor
tunity to buy a 1913 electric car; has
been well cared for and Is In good con
dition: a reasonable cash offer will be
considered. N 238, Oregonian.
For Sale. Nine-room house, good
condition, $7500, easy terms. Inquire
forenoons. Owner, 715 Corbett. corner
Notice. The Alblna Fuel Co. have
not advanced the price of fuel. Best
cordwood. $5. Phone E. 182. C 1117.
"The Activities op the So-Called
Dsad," Temple of Truth lecture, 8 P. M.
ICKiay. tiiieri bids;.
Ai-xi'i PortJJTS. Columbia bids- for
men. women. i aren. Main-A 1635.
Delightful Soatino on Lake Esta
cada. O. W. P. cars.
DR. William Boys has returned.
Offices removed i 314 Dekum.
Weddino Rinos- The latest Tiffany
shape at Jaeger Bros.
Dr. J. H. Hickwan has removed to
515-18 Swetland c'dg.
Dr. H. M. GkeeQ has returned.
Oriental Ruos. In addition
showing the very finest weaves of the
Orient, you will find in our collection
inexpensive Oriental rugs and carpet
in quiet colors and good taste and
quality. Every rug carries our guar
an tee. No w is the time to have your
rugs cleaned and repaired. Expert
workmen, modest charges. Cartozian
Bros., exclusive Oriental rug dealers.
473 Wash, bet. 13th and 14th.
A real mountain resort at Cloud Cap
Inn. The most glorious spot on Mount
Hood. Tickets and reservations,
Dorsey B. Smith, 69 Fifth street.
Oregon City Boat leaves Taylor
street dock, daily. 8 A. M., 2 P. M.
Sundays 9 A. M., 12 M J P. M. Round
trip, 40 cents.
Reduced Prices, largest selection
high-grade workmanship only.
Polivka&Co., tailors, 206 Corbett bldg.
Pacific State Fire Insurance Co.
stock at 11.30 per share. Call 216
For Sale. By owner, new, modern
house; Cornell road; a bargain, it Zo4,
Diamonds. The very finest at Jaeger
CIRCUS IS SILL CITY
TRAIN THAT CARRIES EQUIP'
MEXT IS MILE LOXG.
Barnum & Bailey Show Has Its Own
Postoffice, Lawyers and Doctors,
4000 Fed Daily.
When the Barnum & Bailey Greatest
Show on Earth is packed away for the
night and speeding over the rails t
Its next point of exhibition, it lives in
a rolling home over a mile in length,
This wonderful train is divided into
Ave sections. It is a congress of na
tions on wheels, a Noah's Ark of ani
mals and a world's fair of a thousand
When the show lies spread out for
a day's business it covers 14 acres of
crround. Over it waves a sea of canvas.
spotted with 10.000 flags and banners.
No other show can compare with it in
size, wealth or variety. The spirit of
P. T. Barnum. the greatest showman
who ever lived, still animates Its fault
less policy. The wonderful system of
James A. Bailey, that has made the
handling of the gigantic proposition
possible. Is still in evidence, urging it
on from year to year to better ana
This circus has spent many of its 55
years in touring Asia and Europe. This
has kept it in constant touch with the
lands whence come all wonders. Mate
rial for this year's street spectacle was
gathered in this way. Agents have
searched savage lands, artists and de
signers have worked for months in
the foreign workshops of the show.
experts have ransacked the art galler
ies of France and Italy, and the looms
of China and 'japan have been busy
since early last Fall making the silks
and satins to clothe the people of the
pageant. It has taken two years to
turn out the equipment, and the man
agement has spent 81,000,000 on it.
All strange types of the numan lam
llv are found in the three-mile proces
slon, together with their characteristic
costumes, weapons, war vehicles, their
music and their idols. Rich and fan
tastic carriages of state, gorgeous ta
bleau floats, fairy chariots bearing the
myths of childlore. richly draped how-
dahs, engines of warfare, pagan im
ages, Italian statuary, horse fairs, fairy
carnivals, brass bands, barbarian or
chestras, tomtom players, weird pipers,
silver chimes, cathedral organs, siren
pipes, chanters, dervishes, castanet bal
lets, kirmiss scenes, fete day pictures,
mardl-gras pageantry, and a thousand
other spectacular sights unfold them
selves before the eyes of spectators
for an hour or more.
The show carries Its own dynamo
plant, where power is generated for the
various shops and for 7000 incandes
cent lamps, flaring arcs and a battery
of spotlights. There is also a circus
postoffice, where mall is receivea daily
from every country .in' the world. The
circus grounds are a city In themselves,
with doctors, lawyers, barbers, detec
tives and artists and artisans of every
description. In the canvas hotel 4000
meals are cooked and eaten every day
In the week. A corps of 90 chefs, cooks.
waiters and kitchen helpers Is carried.
and 1000 people can sit at the tables
at one time.
The performance in the main tent
begins this year with a wonderful
spectacle of "Cleopatra," enacted by a"
cast of 1260 characters, ballet oi 3!u
dancing girls, grand opera chorus,
horses, elephants and camels ana a
trainload of special scenery. The pro
duction is mounted on the biggest stage
in the world.
A programme of foreign novelties
and sensations follows the spectacle.
There are fnany thrillers and a com
pany of 50 clowns supplies the comedy.
In the menagerie will be seen the only
baby giraffe on exhibition in the world.
The circus will be seen here August
16 and 17.
We have for sale a fine 50xl00-foot
lot on Senate street, near 39th, for $675;
free from incumbrance.
F. E. BOWMAN k CO.,
22d and Brazee. E. 935. C 2322.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS.
Private boxes $3.60 and upwards per
year. Storage for valuables. Chamber
of Commerce Building.
Profane Men Punished.
SHERIDAN. Or., Aug. S. (Special.)
Sheriff Grant was in Bols:on yesterday
and arrested five young men charged
$10 for 4-Piece Tea Sets
$4.50 for Baking Dishes
$1.50 for Bread Plates .
$1.50 for Sterling
Deposit Sugar and Creamer
$1.00 for Sterling
Deposit Lemon Plates
Come in and see
the new things in
Sheffield Plate .
High-Grade Plated Ware
The Largre Store,
266 Morrison St, Bet. 3rd and 4th.
with using profane and Indecent
language in a public meeting held
a tnn luct Mnrurnnv 'i n A Ac
cused attended the meeting some- I
what unoer xne miiuence oi li
quor and trouble started among them
selves. They were ejected from the
mA&tttiff anri warranto iRRlied for their
arrest. They were taken before Justice
Quick at Boiston, wno assessed lines
n trvrecrn tin o 90. which thev naid. All
were working with a hay-baling outfit.
BANKER'S WIFE IS DEAD
Mrs. J. ft. Blackaby, of Jordan Val
ley, Expires Suddenly.
ONTARIO. Or., Aug. 3. (Special.)
Mrs. Ethel Blackaby, wife of J. R.
Blackaby, president of the Ontario Na
tional Bank and the blackaby Com
mercial Company, of Jordan Valley, died
suddenly at 5 o clock Friday atternoon
at the family residence in Ontario.
Mrs. Blackaby had been ill oniy a
few hours and was apparently in ro
bust health. Her death was so sudden
that all of the family's relatives In
this city did not reach the bedside be
fore she passed away.
Mrs. Blackaby was formerly Miss
Ethel Curry and has a brother living
in Baker. Her mother and two sisters
reside in Ontario. She leaves a seven-
MAIL ORDERS FILLED.
Out of Town Customers Can Now
Order Pants at $3.
A great many people are now
taking advantage or tne cnance
riven by the. Brownsville Woolen
Mill Store In Portland to order
bv mall a nair of fine high-grade pants
at $3. The postage only amounts to 35
cents and the pants are the same as Is
usuallv sold by all dealers at 4, id
and $6. Some of these pants are made
from loom samples where only a few
vards of each style was made. By or
dering a pair it gives a man the chance
to see what Is being roaae in uregoo.
ttt- iiavA. -fnr d1a the finest new ten
hnnea n Trvlnsrton located On
Thompson street, near Sth. Hardwooa
floors throughout. All rooms papered.
Two baths, three toilets, two fireplaces,
billiard-room; finished throughout in
mahogany and oak. ror price can on
F. E. BOWMAN & UU.,
Owners and Builders.
22d and Brazee. E. 935, C 2322.
ON. PORTLAND HEIGHTS.
A most attractive and modern nine-
room bungalow; designed and built for
owner's own home; two Datnrooms,
billiard-room, massive stone fireplace;
acre of attractive grounds; beauti
fully wooded wltn native trees, irice.
$12,000; can arrange terms. ienry j.
Prudhomme. owner, 806 Wilcox bldg.
CARD OP THANKS.
Ti-- - t,r ,,,. man., frl.ni
V e wish lu u. vu. ...... . - . ' ......
for their kind expressions of sympathy
... , , , .. 1 ,1.., ..Ihi,.. r
lng the recent illness and loss of our
iVIrC liAKH X J. t ABU.TI.
MR. AND MRS. FRANK HOWE
Notice The Alblna Fuel Company
hn not advanced the price of fuel.
Best cordwood J 5. Phone East 182, C
WiU sell -xlO vertical steam and 9
P. portable gasoline, and take in
tlon motor in exchange. E 303.
Heitkemper's Watch and
Jewelry Repairing Department
offers to the most careful and exacting customer,
the opportunity of obtaining the highest grade of
repairing and "made to order work" to be had
anywhere. " '
. Our skilled workmen are known throughout
the country as "the best there are."
For this service you will pay no more than for
We are specialists in all kinds of watch and
G. Heitkemper Company
130 Fifth St.
Old in Portland
New in Location
The Knights and Ladies of Security
The Membership Campaign for 1000
New Members to Close September 16
200 Applications Were Procured During July
Why not join this most modern and progressive Beneficiary
Order while you may secure for yourself the special campaign
T fites ' ' n
The plan of the Reserve Fund in this order protects you
against an increasing or readjustment of future rates.
A Certificate in the K. L. S. means a pension when you get old;
pays you a partial total and death benefit.
Order founded February 22, 1892, Topeka, Kan.
The most economically managed order. Cost 5f management
during 1911 was 60 cents per One Thousand insurance in force.
Net gain new members during 1911, 16,103.
Total membership, June 1st, 1912, 125,000.
" Total assets, June 1st, 1912, $2,000,000.00.
Total benefits paid to beneficiaries, $9,000,000.00.
Total paid to beneficiaries in the City of Portland, $250,000.00.
For information, call at the campaign office or ask 2000 satis
fied members in Portland, or attend the open meeting at Moose
Hall every Friday evening Royal Bldg.
SEVEN LIVE COUNCILS IN PORTLAND
Ed Shellenbef ger, Campaign Manager
OFFICE ALISKY BLDG., COB. THIRD AND MORRISON PHONES MAIN 8002, A No. 3391
A beautiful home, built less than a
year, large grounds with shade trees
and shrubbery, on corner near Tennis
Club. This place offers a rare oppor
tunity to buy a perfectly appointed
home ready for occupancy, which
could not be duplicated for the price
asked, namely $32,600. H. P. Palmer
Jones Co., Agents, 404 Wilcox Bldg.
60x100 lot on E. 7th street, near Alns
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.,
22d and Brazee. E. 935, C 2322.
Forest Grove Extension- Talked.
SHERIDAN, Or., Aug. 3. (Special.)
A party of nine surveyors tor the Ore
gon Electric arrived here yesterday
and started out over the Portland
West Coast survey, which was "com
pleted about two years ago. They will
follow the line to the coast, checking
and estimating the former surveys. It
is rumored here that the Oregon Elec
tric Is contemplating extending its
Forest Grove line to the coast, and as
the pass at Sheridan Is the lowest, this
point would probably be selected.
Experiments made In France show that
by adding. 4 cent- worth of peanut oil cake
to a cow's Wlntsr feed her dally yield of
milk can be Increased by 10 to 15 cents.
Get a. Little
Tou know what it is, don't youf
No ! Well see full explanation,
page 6, section 1.
Bfct h-trfrR PR
TK4 n2SUAJ rn U II
of Solid Comfort"
CIn the center of
and stores on both
sides. Building ab
concrete, steel and
$1.00 Per Day Up
Send for Freelap of
Seattle's Business District
The Confidence Inspired
by the Registered Optometrist Is not
misplaced, for he has many ways of
detecting and locating the trouble with
your eyes that would be overlooked or
Ignored by any one less experienced.
By all means, when your eyes trouble
you, come to us.
Dallas Optical Parlors
218 Falling Building,
Corner Third and WaahJngtOB
Second Floor. Take Elevator.
vjfll .ANNOUNCEMENT M
pi ' EXTRAORDINARY &m
P j5ff The Management of the .tjjjsfll
j Hotel Multnomah $ f 1 ,
PiggM "The RESTAURANT BEAUTIFUL" jflgl!
announces the extraordinary engage
ment for a short time of the celebrated
German Operatic Stars,
Harold and Barbara
v Commencing this evening. -.
Sunday Dinner in the Arcadian Gar
de;, 5:30 to 8:30 Y. M.
Gala Concert in the Lobby this even
ing, 9 to 10:30.
MULTNOMAH HOTEL COMPANY
H. C. Bowers, Manager.
; S5L'V MW.t. Will, rwaoruiMiuMi
SiitT ssnui miiw noun
Special Prices During
your piano. Get
this work done
by a responsible)
house. "Write or
phone foi? esti-mates.
KOHLER & CHASE
SOLES AGENTS PIANOLA AND
STB WASHINGTON ST.
the fruit of many years of
professional labor, are often
lost and sometimes de-ii
stroyed by an interior office-fire
in the most mod
ern fireproof buildings.
Combine Beauty With Durability.
Only Large-Figured Selected and
Matched Quartered Oak and Mahog
any Used This Matching of the
Figures In the Wood Pro
Careful and Expert Workmanship. To
gether wltn tne use or nest -materials
and Latest Specially
Designed Machinery Pro
See Us Before Buying; Tour Equipment
We Carry a Large ana tomuiew
Stock of Everything tor the Office.
T A rTT?Tr STATIONERY
JTsWyXF AV- PRINTING CO.
107 Second St.. Bt. WwU. and Stark.
if tv,. ..r tn lim mr teeth out and plate asd
briieework done and here is the plaee to get tht
beat pataleaa work po ible. Camp art w JVvos
we Eons piate ana
bxidcA work for oat.
of -town patrons in
on dar If desired.
frea whan pjatea or
bridge work Is ordar
6ld Fillinft 1.00
EMmti Fillings 1.00
Sihsr Fllllnrs .50
Best Rtd Robber
Painless Eitr'tlM .50
All work fully mai-anteed tor flftewa rears.
Wise Dental Co.,mc
fcrnnt Building. Third and VVsshlnrton. PORTLAND, ORE
- vtUo. Bears: A. at. I. M. te e '
The Safe Cabinet
affords you protection
against such loss. It is made
to meet the requirements of
every business and every
profession. Equipped with
roller shelving, map-drawers,
etc., for architects, en
gineers and draughtsmen,
it provides safety, economy
and convenience. It is very
For your own use, for your
home and for the buildings
you are designing specify
"Everything for the Office"
Booklpt Makers and
Architects' and EnRlneers' Instruments
FIFTH and OAK STS.
COOS BAY LINE
Sails from Ainsworth Dock, Portland,
at 9 A. M., July 24, 29; August 3,
8. 13 18, 23, 28. Freight received at
Ainsworth Dock dally up to 5 P. M.
Passenger fare first-class, 810; second
class, 7, including berth and meals.
Ticket office Ainsworth Dock. Phones
Main 3600. A 2332.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure. Every
modern convenience. Moderate ratee.
Center of theater and retail district.
On carlinea transferring all over city.
ri..,.ln nmnlhm tneeta trains anil
fKi 1 1 0.2