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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1914)
TOHY FAUST WINS
Hunt Club's Racing Programme
Is Brilliant and Elite Crowd
THRILLING HEATS STAGED
Mrs. F. G. Buffum, on Jim Johnson,
Winner of Ladies Trotting Event
by Superb Horsemanship.
Scores of Jumpers Perfect.
BT ROSCOE FAWCETT.
despite threatening weather a goodly
crowd of the elite fringed the Portland
Hunt Club field at Garden Home yes
terday for the annual field day events
of this popular Portland organization,
headed by James Nlcol.
While the feature event was the spe
clal match race between Oregon Frank
and the Salem entry. Tony Faust won
by the latter six other excellent events
contributed to a highly illuminating
Eugene Oppenheimer was astride the
well-known favorite, Oregon Frank, in
the big race, with Galbralth, a Salem
Jockey, aboard Faust. Frank got away
slightly in arrears but pulled up even at
the first turn only to hit a stretch of
muddy underfootlng. .
From that to the finish Frank was
a loser despite Gene , Oppenhelmer's
most strenuous efforts to make up
The time for the ralf, 65, was good,
considering the heavy track. Faust
won the W. E. Prudhomme trophy.
Trot for ladles Feature, Too
Of equal Importance was the half
mile trot for ladies, Mrs. F. G. Buf
fum winning on Jim Johnson after an
exhibition of superb horsemanship.
Miss Sallie Leadbetter on Dancing Girl
easily won the forst heat, but had trou.
ble keeping her mount in the trot dar
ing the last two heats.
Jim Johnson acted very peevish in
both the first heats. He was last at
the quarter in the initial getaway, but
Mrs. Buffum held him to the task and
he swept across second to Dancing
Girl. Mrs. Buffum and Miss Leadbetter
also made thrilling finishes in the sec
ond heat, Jim Johnson winning first
In the third and deciding round there
was nothing to it but the bay. Jim
Johnson simply breeaed around the
oval, never once breaking step. The
time in the final heat was 1:86. Danc
ing Girl won second money and Bri
gadla, ridden by Mrs. James Murphy,
Merry Legs, ridden by Douglas Nlcol,
won the quarter-mile pony race and
Edgewood Girl, Alex Wilson up, cap
ured the polo pony daBh.
In the half-mile dash for the Joseph
Healy trophy, Eugene Oppenheimer
shot across the wire a winner on Call
Bond. Howard Charlton surprised every
body by pressing Call Bond for a good
second on Chester Hllo. Mike Wisdom
In the Liverpool and Jumps three
classy jumpers finished with perfect
scores and the honors were adjudged
In favor of Johnnie, with A. Smith up.
Oregon Frank . was awarded second
prize and Duke third. J. H. Farrell's
champion mount Premier failed to
clear the water beyond the final bar
rier and did not place.
In the mile-and-one-half relay the
red team, consisting of Eugene Oppen
heimer, Howard Charlton and William
C. "Bearhunter" Kavahaugh, won in a
thrilling session. Chester Murphy's
Irish Lad evidently hadn't been .fed
enough at breakfast time, for it dis
played a disposition to hit the barn
trail on the back turn at a crucial
Ladies' half-mile trot Jim Johnson,
ridden by Mrs. F. G. Buffum (2, 1, 1),
first; Dancing Girl, ridden by Miss Sal
lie Leadbetter 1, 2. 7), second; Briga
dla. ridden by Mrs. James Murphy,
third; time. 1:404. 1:4214. 1:36. King
Couch (Mrs. Ralph Wilbur). Bob Mack
(Mrs. Lou Gerllnger), Maybee (Miss
M. Beck) and Blue Eyes (Miss Helen
Wood) were also entered.
. Quarter-mile pony race Merry Legs,
Douglas Nlcol up, first; Bessie, L.
Minor up. second; Midget, Holt Warren
up, third; time, :28. Other entries:
Babe, Hillsdale. E. O'Brien up: Blue
Bell. William Warrens, Jr., up, and
Jay Bird, Douglas Burrell up.
Mlle-and-one-half relay Red team,
winner, composed of Eugene Oppen
heimer, on Misty Pride: Howard Charl
ton, on Water Boy. and W. O. Kavan
augh, on Eastern Star. The Blues were:
Will Healy, on Sauturn; Chester G.
Murphy, on Irish Lad. and S. A. Volk
man. on Salvador. Time. 3:23.
Quarter-mile polo pony dash Edge
wood Girl, Alex Wilson up. first; John
nie. Alfred' Smith up, second; Prince,
Charles Leadbetter up. third; time
:2 14. Bobbie, ridden by Howard Charl
ton, was also entered.
Half-mile dash Call Bond, E. K. Op
penheimer up, first; Chester Htlo. How
ard Charlton up. second; Mike Wis
dom. Will Healy up, third; time. :57.
Tamarack. S. A. Volkman up, ana iid
son Boy. Charles Leadbetter up, were
Special race Tony I'aust, Galbraith
up. first: Oregon Frank, Eugene Oppen
heimer up, second; time. oo.
Liverpool and jumps Johnnie A.,
Smith up. first; Oregon Frank. Eugene
Oppenheimer up, second: Duke, A. M.
Cronin up. third. Chester Hilo, How
ard Charlton up; Kitty Story, Arnold
Rothwell up, and Premier, Stanton El
liott up, were also entered.
The officials Hugh Hume. Robert
Eldridge. R- H. Jenkins and William
Warrens, judges; E. B. Tongue, starter
Thomas Tongue, timer; John Cronan,
announcer; Walter Gruetter, paddock
PIONEER'S FUNERAL TODAY
Services Will Be Held for A. J.
Dufur, Jr., at Daughter's Home.
Funeral services for Andrew J. Du
fur, Jr., a pioneer of 1859, who died
Friday at the home of his daughter.
Mrs. C. P. Balch, in Dufur, Or., will be
held from the family residence. 685
East Ankeny street, at z P. M. today.
Interment will be In Lone Fir Cemetery.
Mr. Dufur was 67 years old. He was
born in Vermont and crossed the plains
in 1859. He was one of the founders
of the town of Dufur and Its first
Douglas Association to Meet.
The third annual meeting of the
Douglas County Association, composed
of former residents of Douglas County
who now live In Portland, will be held
today at Peninsula Park. Lon L. Par
ker, chairman of the executive com
mittee, has obtained from Commis
sioner Brewster the reservation of the
women's gymnasium and the adjoin
ing rooms at the park. The society
has about 800 members. '
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LEAGUE'S AIM WIDE
Campaign for Oregon Indus
tries Is Planned.
L SAMUEL IS PRESIDENT
Education of People at Large to Sup-
port of All State Institutions
and Organizations Has
"I regard it as more of an honor to
have been chosen president of the Ore
eon Industry League, than if I had
been elected to the office of United
States Senator from Oregon," said L.
Samuel, yesterday. "I believe tnai in
the work of the league there is a
greater opportunity for me to serve the
State of Oregon and the people in it
than I could in any otner way. .
The Oregon Industry League com
pleted its organization only a short
ANNUAL FIELD DAY OF PORTLAND HUNT CLUB IS OCCASION FOR
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time ago and already is launched
into a canmaign which will be state
wide, to educate people of Oregon to
support Oregon industries and Oregon
Institutions.. '"Keep Oregon money in
Oregon" is one of the slogans that the
league ls advancing. .
The aim of the league is to cover
a scope of work much wider than the
mere use of Oregon-made goods In
preference to other goods. It holds
that Oregon merchants and Oregon
contractors should be given preference
over those in other states, by people
of Oregon; it holds that Oregon educa
tional institutions should be patronized
by Oregon people in preference to the
Institutions of other states. In short
It alms at a concentration of the sup
port of all the people of the state upon
all industries and institutions which
contribute to tne prosperity and up
building of the state.
More than a score of civic and com
mercial bodies are identified with the
activities of the league, having sent,
OFFICERS OF OREGON INDUSTRY LEAGUE.
IfifcrrrnMifllift 2 , fli-fifniflrtiwftiiiM.;iaiil
delegates to the meetings at which
the organization was effected. Other
clubs and organizations of the state
will be enlisted continually.
Talks will be made to men in
factories of the state, emphasizing the
value of supporting all Oregon institu
tions. Speakers will attend meetings
of all kinds of organizations in. all
parts of the state, where there may
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be an opportunity to spread the gospel
W. C. Gunther, one of the members
of the board of . directors, will attend
the annual convention of the Oregon
Retail Merchants' Association, in La
Grande, as a representative of the Ore
gon Industry League, and it Is intended
to have delegates attend every conven
tion of importance that may be held In
any part of the state, to insure still
stronger support for the movement.
Associated with Mr. Samuel as offi
cers of the league are the following:
Vice-president, C. A. Whitemore; secretary-treasurer,
Fredrick T. Hyskell;
directors, W. C. Gunther. Chester
Hogue, A. C. McMlcken- and W. H. Me
Monies. RETAIL MERCHANTS OBJECT
Association Opposes Giving of Com
missions- to Persons Not Employes.
Commissions to persons not regular
ly employed by retail houses 1b op
posed by the Portland Retail Mer
chants' Association, and a resolution
was adopted at the meeting Friday
placing the organization on record in
this , attitude and recommending that
each member do all In his power to
assist in stamptlng out the practice as
far as possible in Portland.
. The association has decided to hold
no further luncheons or dinner meet
ings until - next September,, owing to
the fact that vacation season takes
many out of town.
SOME SPLENDID SPEED EVENTS
JUNE 31. 1914.
PRODUCTS OF LAND
TO BE EXPLOITED
Definite Arrangements Made
for Northwest Show to In
ARMORY IS SITE CHOSEN
David M. Dunne Appointed Presi
dent and iouls "W. Buckley Gen
eral Manager of Executive
Committee In Charge.
It has been definitely settled that
the Northwest ls to have an Industrial
and Land Products Exposition. Direc
tors of the Manufacturers" Association
of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest
Land Products Show Association have
mapped out plans, a numfcer of con
tracts have been arranged for. the lo
cation where the show will be held has
been secured, and the dates have been
At a meeting held a few days ago
the following committee of manage
ment was selected: For the Manufac
turers' Association of Oregon: David
M. Dunne, E. L. Thompson, Henry Con
nor. A. J. Kingsley. A. M. Harradon, A.
E. Gantenbeln, P. Feldman, A. C Black,
O. E. Heintz. R. B. Bain, W. F. McKlb
ben, W. H. McMonles, T. S. Mann. Rep
resenting the Land Products Associa
tion were the following directors:
John S. Beall. Wilfrid P. Jones, F. W.
Hild, W J. Hofmann, Julius Meier,
Francis Sealey, "William McMurray, W.
K. Coman, A. P. Bateham,. Fred Lar
son E. D. Tlmms, W. D. Skinner, H. J.
Ottenheimer and R. W. Raymond, sec
retary. Executive Committee Selected.
These in turn selected the following
executive committee with full power to
transact all business: David M. Dunne,
chairman; A. J. Kingsley, E. I Thomp
son, A. P. Bateham and John S. Beall.
Louis W. Buckley was appointed gen
eral manager. Mr. Buckley started in
on his duties at once and will open an
office for the committee In the Com
mercial Club building immediately.
David M. Dunne, as chairman of the
executive committee and president of
the show, held the same position in the
last Important industrial exposition
held In Portland at the old Mechanics
Pavilion, 17 years ago. Colonel Dunne
has been identified In an executive
position- with most of the big Indus
trial affairs of this nature held In the
past quarter of a century in Portland.
The other members of the executive
committee have been Identified active
ly with public-spirited projects of
Portland for a number of years. All
Intrests.aro represented tn the mem
bers of the 24 governing directors.
The plan proposed is to hold an ex
position that will be virtually self
supporting, but the financial affairs
are to be governed and carried out
through underwriting the entire fi
nancial end of the show. L. Samuel,
of the financial committee, said at the
meeting of the committee that the
$15,000 guarantee fund would be raised
In three days.
Opening Date October 30.
The Manufacturers' and Land Prod
ucts Show will be held from October
26 to November 14 at the Armory. Ex
tra floor space will be obtained by the
erection of several special temporary
buildings, one 100x210 and one 60x300
feet, and by the buildings on streets
adjoining the Armory, which can be
had without Interfering with streetcar
service in front of the Armory or the
wholesale traffic on another street.
By permission of the city authorities
to close these streets, about 80,000
square feet can be had for exhibition
Mr. Buckley was general manager of
land shows of Omaha, Kansas City,
Milwaukee and other Eastern cities.
He was also manager of a large num
ber of home products and manufac
turers' expositions. He was director of
ceremonies, special days and special
events at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific,
and also at the Pan-Amerlcan'Exposl-tlon
at Buffalo, and came to Portland
three or four weeks ago on other busi
ness, but was retained by the commit
tee for this exposition.
Througn the co-operation of the
transportation companies in making
excursion rates and thoroughly adver
tising this show, it Is expected that
thousands of visitors, not only through
out the state and the Northwest, but
tourists as well, will be among the
BEACH TRIP IS PLANNED
BAVOCKAN TO BE MECCA OF PRO
GRESSIVE BUSINESS MEN JCLY 4.
Three Days of Sports tT Seashore la
Club's Programme and Big Com
mittee Makes Arrangement.
Three days at the beach for the mem
bers of the Progressive Business Men's
Association and their families la the
plan for the second annual beach ex
cursion of the club, which will be held
July 3-5 at Bayocean.
Robinson W. Nisbet is general chair
man of the .excursion committee and
Mrs. Alva L. Stephens will be chair
man of the women's "get-acquainted
The excursion will leave rrom tne
ITnion Denot Friday. July 3. at 3:40 P.
M. and will reach Bayocean at 7 o'clock
the same day. After dinner and as
signment of the members af the party
to hotels, the opening or tne Bayocean
natatorium will be celebrated with
prize contests in swimming and diving.
Summers' band will serenade the vis
itors. Surf bathing and athletic contests
will be held on the morning of July 4
and in the afternoon a hike to the
caves, a baseball game on the beach
and a tennis tDurament are to be held.
A band parade and a big beach bon
fire and fireworks, followed by a dance.
will be the celebration at night.
Surf bathing Sunday morning will
be in order and after dinner the party
will start back for Portland at 3
o'clock, reaching Portland at 10:20 P.
M- The details of the excursion are In
the hands of: Trainmaster, J. H. Dun
dore; publicity, J. J. Sayer; refresh
ments en route, S. B. Cooke; dancing.
H. W. Strong; stunts. H. C. Jones and
Sol Baum: surf bathing. N. F. Titus;
field events, F. B. Upshaw; hike to
Cape Mears, G. N. Woodley; guide and
bonfire. R. A. Coan; baggage. P. H.
Kneeland; music. S. C Rasmussen and
R. Fulton Rtseling; bandmaster, Owen
Summers; baseball, O. W. Frazier:
goodfellowship. Dr. W. O. Spencer: bun
galow and hotel assignments. Frank
Barringer and Dr. L. H. Hswland: first
aid. Dr. R. G. Hall; train equipment,
J. A. Ormandy.
Many a man works overtime because
his wife needs the money. .
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LANP PRODUCTS EXPOSITION.
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OAKS SHOWS FILM
Pictures of Rose Festival
EVENTS AT PARK TAKEN
Crowds on Cars, Masses at Gate.
Parties on Thrillers Are to Bo In
Heel produced by Movies at
Amusement Grounds Today.
An entire reversal of previous policy
will be Inaugurated at the Oaks Amuse
ment Park today, when. In addition to
McElroy and his band and the Hawaiian
Troubadours. Manager Cordray has ar
ranged for the first showing of "How
Bessie Saw the Portland Rose Festival."
This Is a four-reel motion picture film
in which every feature of the fes
tival Is covered in detail. Including all
the parades and other features of In
terest. Another unique picture feature Is that
DA!ni'0 YOIXO DHl MA
jor of kkrim m'hooi, at
Cecil Roy Mllner, Years.
Cecil Roy Mllner, aged years,
won fame this year as the dash
ing drum major who led Kerns
School division In the recent
school children's parade at the
Rose Festival. Wearing a tall
coonskln hat and quite a pictur
esque uniform, and twirling a
drum major's baton. Cecil was
one of the bright boys of the
parade, and to see the smart
manner in which he marched
long Grand avenue was an ob
ject lesson to all young athletes,
Cecil was born In Canada, and
therefore he cannot become Presi
dent of the United States. But he
has a much higher ambition, and
that Is to be, when he grows up.
a famous football player. And
why not? DeWltt, of Princeton;
Brlckley, of Harvard: Heffle
flnger. of Yale, and Frank Tem
pleton. of Oregon, big football
stars, once were six years old.
Cecil csme from Edmonton, Al
berta, Canada, about one year
and a half ago.
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a motion picture rim.ri man will be
stationed all dy In the Oaks to make
over a reel of pl lures showing life
at the amusement park.
The camera man will start t Flrt
and Alder, rhowlng the crowds boald
lng one of the hlg tialler rara
Then cars will be shown unloading
at the Oaks. A view of the vsrln-n
gates will be taken. Then there will
be a series of action pictures on the
trail. In which every amusement de
vice will be shown In aillon, with the
crowds thereon. The pictures will he
taken at such lo ratine that It will
be pornlble tor all t be recnsnlicd
when the film la screened later.
The amphitheater will be filmed
when crowded wllh people. In tepid
succession the camera nisn will vint
the animal rages, the swimming pools,
the chutes and so forth.
The completed pictures will be ex
hibited at the Oaks one week later.
Today's feature, the Itose rVstlvel
film. Is expected to draw many thou
sands of parents of rhlhlren who par
ticipated In the children's psrsile alone.
Perhaps the mont suc ef ul part of
the film Is that section dfVote.i lo
"Bessie's" views of the children s pa
rade. Festival Sreeee ftkowa.
The balloori race, the Itonsrlsns. the
crowning of the queen, the hore and
vehicle and automobile paraile In which
most of the spectacle Is ehown. the
electric parade, the fireworks at the
Oaks, the fraternal parade, all theee.
with others, help to make "Mow lieeele
Saw the Portland Uoee Festival" the
moet complete motion picture of tne
feetlval ever taken and exhibited.
There will be performances every aft
ernoon and night, following the con
certs by McElroy and his band and tha
Hawaiian Troubadours. The American
Orchestra will accompany the pictures
with appropriate music
riwlmmlng la now being Indulged In
dally at the Oaks. The roees are look
Ing their beet anil Superintendent
Bollinger declares the bu.hes make a
finer showing than can be seen else
where In Portland.
IN HELD FOR ROBBERY
M. SIMtMtll CHARt.KU WITH TAK
ING a:tiflQ FROM WOMAN.
Lavish Esaeadllwre ef Meaer 1ew
Detectives lt Make Cestars
Brattle Knesert Rrenabt Here.
Detective John Oolts arrived In Port
land yesterday from Tscoma wll'i
Martin tilmunloh. wanted here for the
robbery. May II. of Loulei ' Trouvllle,
proprietor of the Hotel Richelieu, aav.
Sixth street North. The reported loot
was more than .t In money and
Jewelry. 1)00 being In (old coin.
Klmunlch. who tm ald to have de
posited 00 In gold In a Tacome bsnk.
was arrested In Hesltle by l'etectlve
Goltl. with the assistance of the M
tie police. With Detectives llellyef
and Tackabery. Detective (Jolts fol
lowed Blmunlchs trail from the da
after the robbery.
Lavish spending marked the four
days that Hmunlrh stared In Portland
after the robbery. Nearb- pleure re.
sorts were visited by Hlmunh h and a
number of friends, where gold plecee
were' displayed. The open manner of
Hlmunlch'e spending n the chief clew
possessed by the detectives.
When Slmunlch srrlved In Fesltle
the detective says he bousbt a l-
suit of clothes for hlmelf, a T suit
for a woman companion and epent
much money In the grills. When ar
rested Plmunlch had about l end
one diamond ring. He refused to draw
the deposit from the henk to bring It
to Portland, and would not slsn hie
name, which the detectives wanted
evidence of his depositing the money.
He also refueed to talk.
A teaspoonful of olp will taint
kettleful of pure truth.