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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER . 31,-- 1915.
CITY NEWS -IN BRIEF
Managing Editor. Main 7070, A 6005
City Editor Main "OTu, A 60'J5
Sunday Editor Main 7i7, A o'J5
Advertising Department. . .Main 707U, A &.no
City Circulation Main 7070. A 6.K"5
Composing-room Main 7070, A J0J5
Printing-room Main 7u70, A tJ0'.3
Superintendent Building Main 7070, A Soao
BAKER THEATER iriixth and Morrison
streets) Baker Stock Company In "Under
Cover." This afternoon at 2:15 and tonight
at :15 o'clock.
ORPHBUM (Broadwav and Yamhill street)
Big-time vaudeville. 2:20 and 8:20 P. M
PANTAGES (Alder at Broadway) Vaude
ville. Performances i:S0. 7:3o and K:3u
EMPRESS Broadway and Stark street)
Vaudeville. Performances J:ao, 7:30 and
:15 P. M.
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark streets) Dillon
and King in musical comedy. Afternoon
and night performances daily.
Stuiy Courses Offered Public.
Three study courses are offered the
public by Reed College. A course in
the history of education is given Mon
day evening at the Library, another in
the history of English literature at
Reed College Saturday mornings at 10
o'clock, and a third one in natural
science at Heed College, afternoons a
3 o'clock. These study courses are pri
marily for those who wish to do
systematic work, write the required
papers and take the final examinations.
V certificate of credit is given by Reed
rtillege to anyone who satisfies the
auuirements of a study course. A fee
iw $2 is charged for each student. Reg
istration takes place at the first meet
ing of the course.
Ministers Meet Monday. The Port
land General Ministers' Association will
hold their next monthly meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. Monday, November 1, at
10:30 o'clock. Several items of import
ance will come up for consideration.
Among them will be the consideration
of the situation in Persia and Turkey
with reference to the recent attempt to
exterminate the Armenians in those
countries. At 11:15 the address of the
morning will be given by R. P. Hutton,
superintendent of the Oregon Anti
Saloon League, whose theme will be,
"Capitalizing Oregon Dry for Evangel
lam." Consumers League to Meet. The
annual meeting of the Portland Con
sumers' League will be held Thursday
at 3 o'clock in the -drawing-room of
the Portland Hotel. An election of
officers wjll be held and addresses will
be made by Mrs. June Nissen and
Marshall Dana. Mrs. Nissen will tell "of
the benefits to be derived from the
Consumers League display at the Panama-Pacific
International Exposition at
San Francisco, of which she wag in
charge for a time, as a representative
from Portland, and Mr. Dana will tell
of his part in the pure food campaign,
pointing out the responsibility which
rests with consumers.
Dr. Hinson to Talk at Y. M. C. A.
Dr. W. B. Hinson, pastor of the White
Temple, will speak at the Y. M. C. A.
at 3:30 o'clock today on "The Eternal
Question." A special musical pro
gramme has been arranged. Dr. Hinson
has been conducting evangelistic serv
ices in Spokane, Salt Lake City and
Eugene and within a few weeks will
conduct the Corvallis campaign in
which all of the churches of the city
Rationalists to Meet. At the Port
land Rationalist Society meeting this
evening in Library Hall, Central Li
brary, the topic of discussion by H. C,
Vthoff will be "Is the World Caused or
Chaotic?" in the course of -which the
arguments made for freedom of the
will are to be handled. The meetings
are public. This is the second of a
series of talks on the relation between
social questions and biology.
Alumni of Northwestern to Greet
Dkan. Northwest alumni of the North
western University, Evanston, III., will
gather here November 11 to participate
in the reception and banquet to Thomas
K. Holgate, dean of the Illinois school,
who is making a tour of the United
States visiting all the alumni of the in
stitution of which he was acting presi
dent until the present executive, A. M.
Harris, took charge.
Wanted. On long-term lease, oc
cupancy commencing Jan. 1, 10-12-room
house ; must be modern and in nrst
rlass condition. Location preferred as
follows: Heights on West Side, Irving
ton, Laurelhurst, Mount Tabor, La-dd's
Addition, Piedmont; prefer to deal with
owner. No attention will be paid to
any answer not giving full particulars.
A U 129, Oregonian. Adv.
Good-Fellowship Societt to Meet.
The Good-Fellowship Society of Trinity
Episcopal Church will meet Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock In the parish house
at Nineteenth and Davis streets. A
parcel post party will be the -diversion
and all strangers, especially Episco
palian, have been urged to attend by
President B. N. Grant.
Mayor Asks License Be Revoked
- Charges made by the police that
minors are permitted in the poolhall
managed by H. Caplan at 656 First
street, caused Mayor Albee yesterday
to submit to the Council a proposal to
revoke the license of the place. The
revocation will be considered by the
An Exceptional Opportunity.
We have a position open with
large established manufacturing corpo
ration, where a man who has $3000 to
$8000 to handle himself with can make
a very advantageous connection and
feel that his money is secure. Your
reply strictly confidential, AK 186,
Dr. Eliot Speaks at Reed. Rev.
W. G. Eliot. Jr., will be the speaker
at Reed College vesper services this
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Dr. Max Cushing
will play an organ recital of Grieg
music, consisting of "Lant Spring
"Album Leaf.' "Love Poem," "Scherzo"
and "Andante Expressive"
Novelty Entertainment, given by
the Princess Rahme Haider, at Chris-
tensen Hall. 11th and Yamhill, on Tues
day evening, Nov. 2, Oriental costuming,
Songs, music and refreshments will be
some or the ieatures or the evening,
as well as a talk on her country by
the Princess Rahme. Adv.
Ist of Series Lecture Is Today.
"Prophecy. Past. Present and Future'
is the title of the discourse by William
M. Simpson this afternoon at 2:30. The
lecture will be at room H. Central Li
brary and will be the last of the series
I.iADiej4, Pat for Value Received. In
ordering a suit in my establishment
you are not paying for any extra show
nor high rents, but you .receive a beau
tiful ttuit at reasonable price. V. Kaspar,
ladies tailor, 201 Royal bldg. Adv.
Dancing Lessons Reduced. Prof.
Ringler will take a limited number of
ndults in his Monday -Friday classes:
Gentlemen, 10 lessons, $5; ladies, $4;
Cotillion Hall. Main 33S0. Adv.
Farm to Trade. Have stock and
fruit farm of 240 acres in Adams
County, Idaho, want property in or
near Portland or Salem; prefer business
location. Address iiox 134, Salem. Adv.
Scandinavian Ladies Aid to Meet.
The Scandinavian Ladies' Aid Society
will meet at the home of A. G. Hall.
Rice road, Vancouver, Tuesdav, Novem
ber 2. at 2 P. M.
Asphalt Roof Paint stops leaks. 60c
per gal., preserves shingles, tin, paper
and gravel roofs. Portland Paint Co..
30 Front- Marshall 100. Adv.
Greenland's 940 Special Suit
affords economy, tailoring of merit and
n attractive line of materials. Herbert
Greenland. 201 Morgan bldg. Adv.
Judge Henry H. Benson, of Los An
geles, will speak on '"The Frictionless
Way," at the New Thought Temple of
Truth service tonight at 8 o'clock. Adv.
Dr. J. Edward Kane moved 459 Mor
gan bldg., Broadway and Wash. sts.
$25,000 to Loan. Inside property only
win divide. BF 176, Oregonian. Adv.
Prohibition Talks Scheduled. !
Lawrence P. McGahn, the prohibition
party hiker, will speak today as fol
lows in Portland Churches: Pilgrim
Congregational, 10 A. M.; First Metho
dist Episcopal Sunday school, 12:10
P. M. ; First Presbyterian Sunday
school 12:20 P. M.: Westminster Pres
byterian Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.;
Rodney-Avenue Christian, 7:30 P. M-
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock he will
speak at the First Christian cnurcn.
OSKAR HCBER TO GET CONTRACT.
Oskar Huber is to receive the contract
for the paving of Alberta street from
East Thirtieth to East Thirty-third
street. He has been declared by Com
missioner Dieck to be the lowest bidder
for paving the street with bitulithic
His bid was 16714.35. Manning & Co.
has been declared the lowest bidder for
grading and cement walks in East
Fourteenth 6-treet near Milwaukie
Iowa Society to Meet. The Iowa
Society will hold its first Fall meeting
Wednesday evening at the Masonic
Temple, West Park and Yamhill. The
meeting will be in the nature of a
social evening. There will be dancing,
cards and refreshments will be served.
Plans for the Winter will be formed
and all former residents of Iowa . are
urged to be present.
Women to Entertain Portland Pres
bytery. The Women's Society of the
Fairview Presbyterian Church will en
tertain the ministers of the Portland
Presbytery with a dinner next Wednes
day, when that body will meet at that
place. The society fixed the date of
the annual bazaar on December 3.
W. E. Catlin to Speak. At a public
meeting tonight at Knights of Pythias
Hall, Eleventh and Alder, at 7:46, w.
E. Catlin will speak on the animus
underlying Sunday laws in connection
with the Dan Kellaher case, which was
tried last week. Everybody Interested
in religious liberty is invited.
B. F. Irvine to Speak. B. F. Irvine
will deliver an address before the men's
current events class of Westminster
Presbyterian Church, corner East
Seventeenth North and Schuyler streets,
at 12 o'clock today. His subject will
be "Optimism. '
Zionists Will Meet. Monday evening
at 8 P. M. at the B'nai B'rith building
there will be an assembly of Zionists,
where several prominent speakers will
be heard on the aims and purposes of
Zionism. All Zionists are urged to at
tend. British Red Cross Fund to Get Aid.
A musicale will be held at the home
of Mrs. D. Paterson, 680 East Ankeny
street, on Tuesday, at 8 P. M. in aid of
the British Red Cross fund. All in
terested are cordially invited.
Mrs. O. E. Gilman Better. Mrs. O. E.
Gilman, 31 North Sixteenth street, who
underwent a serious operation last Fri
day at St. Vincent's Hospital, was re
ported much improved yesterday.
C. M. R e m e y to Talk. Charles
Mason Remey will give a travel talk of
his experiences in the Far East at the
Bahai meeting, room 516 Ellers build
ing, tonight at 8 o'clock.
Flynn's patients securing permanent
results with chiropractic: 31 treat
ments. $15; worth $50. Dr. McMahon,
121 Fourth. Adv.
Beautiful Laurelhurst Home at
auction; see particulars in auction adv.,
under New Today. J. T. Wilson,
For Rent. Very reasonably, well-
furnished home overlooking Golf
Links. Sellwood 1978. Adv.
Davies Studio. New location, Empress
Theater bldg., Broadway, bet, Washing
ton and Stark. Adv.
New Perkins Restaurant,
Fifth and Washington Streets.
Full Course Chicken Dinner, 50c. Adv.
$U00 to $10,000 Ready, 8 per cent
loans; no attorney fee. Address B 195,
I Am Now Located at 549 Pittock
block. Phone Bdwy. 1708. Dr. Edna
Thompson, eye specialist, returned.
MRS. DUN1WAY HONORED
LINCOLN REPUBLICAN CLUB IN RES
OLUTION EXPRESSES GRIEF. .
Tribute Is Paid to Late SnffracM aa
Wife, Mother and Citizen of "Un
The following resolutions in honor of
the late Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway
have been adopted by the Lincoln Re
"Be it resolved, by the Lincoln Re
publican Club, as an expression of its
great esteem for Mrs. Abigail Scott
Duniway, the late honorary vice-president
of the club, and of its great sor
row at her departure:
"That it realizes she has lived a well
rounded life and has left a record as
a wife, mother and citizen of whom
the state may well be proud. She was
a woman of unimpeachable integrity
of character, of positive convictions and
tender-hearted, but ready to fight for
what she believed to be the right. Tho
members mourn in common with the
people of our state the loss of this
noble and brilliant woman pioneer; be
"Resolved. That a copy of this reso
lution be sent to her bereaved family,
also to the press for publication."
IRRIGATION CLUB MEETS
Jefferson County Folk Listen to Ad
dress by Joseph Hinkel.
GATEWAY. Or.. Oct. 30. (Special.)
The Jefferson County Irrigation Club,
comprising- property owners of the
north unit, held an enthusistic meet
inir this week.
- II. V. elard presided and explained
the object of the organization and then
introduced the speaker of the evening,
Joseph Hinkel. of Hermiston.
Mr. H inkle having large interests
under the irrigation project at this
point, convinced the audience that he
spoke from experience.
At the close of the meeting a peti
tion was presented and generally
signed, asking the County Court to call
an election to vote on organizing an
CARD OF THANKS.
"We wish to express our sincere thanks
to our friends for their kindness and
sympathy in the loss of our loving
mother: also for the beautiful floral
offerings. MR. JOSEPH S. GASTON.
MR. DOUGLAS W. GASTON".
MRS. ANNA G. PATTON.
MRS. RETT A G. CLARK.
MRS. MARY W.YORK.
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
to the captain and officers of the river
steamer Reaver and all our friends for
their kind aid and sympathy and beau
tiful floral offerings during our recent
hour of bereavement.
MR. AND MRS. KLIXGER.
Adv. CHRIS K LINGER.
CARD OF" THANKS.
I wish to thank the many kind friends,
and especially the Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen, for the floral wreaths
and the sympathy shown me because of
the sudden death or my beloved hus
band. Charles A. LInder.
MRS. MARGARET LINDER.
Adv. Vancouver, Wash.
Quality That Is What Counts Most in
Jewelry or Diamonds
Satisfaction Comes in Knowing That You Own the Best
"I want a
The Experience of Miss B-
Prominent Portland Milliner
A party at Klamath Falls the other day wrote
Miss B (she is a milliner and you know her well)
to purchase the best diamond value she could
at near $200.
Naturally Miss B felt the responsibility placed
upon her. First, 3he went to the store of Jaeger
Bros., where she stated that she was much impressed
by far the
I have seen,"
by the large assortment of stones and the
new and unique settings.
She left, however, stating that she was going
to look further, having promised to visit sev
eral stores before purchasing. Shortly after
ward the door swung open and there again
stood Miss B . "Ill take that stone at
$208.50. It is the largest and most beautiful
diamond I have seen at near the price I wish
to pay." THAT IS THE INDORSEMENT
THAT ONE PERSON PAYS TO JAEGER
If you are not acquainted with this firm's
method of doing business, IT IS A DUTY YOU
OWE YOURSELF TO GET ACQUAINTED
NOW.' CALL ON THEM BEFORE MAKING
YOUR NEXT JEWELRY PURCHASE.
A PIECE OF JEWELRY IN A JAEGER
BROS.' BOX INSURES THE PURCHASER
AN ARTICLE OF QUALITY.
Ask to See Our Special $100 Diamond Rings
"On Portland's 5th Avenue"
131-133 Sixth Street Oregonian Building
PORTLAND PLANS ENTRY
PART IX NATIONAL. LAYMEN'S MIS
SIOXARY CAMPAIGN' DECIDED.
Action Taken at Conference of Pastors
and Workers at V. M. c. A. Pro
7 ram me Is Explained.
Portland's participation in the Na
tional laymen'B missionary campaign,
in which 75 cities of the country are
enlisted, was decided on yesterday for
February 13, 1916, if preliminary sur
veys reveal that all expen.es can be
guaranteed. The decision was reached
by more than 200 representative laymen
and ministers of Portland and sur
rounding towns in conference at the
Y. M. C. A. Dr. J. W. McDougall pre
sided. C. B. Vickery, one of the secretaries
who is making? arrangements for the
conventions, explained the programme
that had been adopted. Home and for
eign missionary boards of all of the
Protestant denominations are behind
the campaign, which is intended to
arouSe interest of laymen in home and
foreign missions and also to arrive at
a better understanding of the task that
confronts each church in its community
The Portland convention will reach
all of the cities and towns of Western
Oregon and Southern Washington.
Churches in this territory will send
delegates to the conference. A team
of Nationally prominent speakers will
be sent to address the meetings and
Portland will be expected to conduct
similar campaigns after the meetings
Another meeting will be held soon
to determine whether the budget can
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LITERARY COURSE IS FIXED
Books to Be Considered in Lectures
During the course in literary appre
ciation which is given at the Library
on alternate Saturdays, Mrs. Mabel
Holmes Paraons, of the University of
Oregon, the following- books will come
up for consideration:
Gissing, Georpe New Grub Street, The
Whirlpool, The Crown of Life, Our Friend
the Charlatan, Demoa.
Hardy, Thomas The Return of the Na
tive, Life's Little Ironies.
Conrad, Joseph Lord Jim, Typhoon.
Balzac Wild Ass's Skin, The Quest of
the Absolute, Pere Goriot.
Zola Doctor Pascal, Work (Travail)
France, Anatole The Crime of Sylvester
Lotl. Pierre An Iceland Fisherman,
Annunzio. Gabriel d The Child of
Pleasure, The Flame of Lite.
Foyazzaro The Saint.
Bjornson A Happy Boy, The Fisher
Lass, The Heritage of the Kurts, In God's
Lagerlof Goat a Berlins;.
Turgenev Fathers and Children.
Tolstoi The Cossacks.
Gogol Taras Bulba.
Gorky Foma Gordyeeff.
James. Henry What Malste Knew.
Churchill, Winston The Inside of the
London, Jack John Barleycorn, The Iron
Phillips, David Graham The Husband's
Story. The Hungry Heart.
Frensen The Holy Land, Jorn I'hl.
NEW ENGLANDERS MEET
Halloween Party Is Held at Home
of Dr. D. H. Clarke.
A most ottractive Halloween party
was enjoyed by the members of the
New England Society Thursday even
ing at the residence of Dr. O. H. Clarke.
The home was elaborately decorated
with all of the weird and ghostly spec
ters connected with Halloween. Dr.
and Mrs. O. H. Clarke. Mrs. A. G.
Thompson, Mrs. Dan Kallaher and Mrs.
H. A. Fish received at the door and
welcomed members and visiting friends.
Officers were elected as follows:
President. A. G. Thompson: vice-president.
Mrs. Dan Kallaher: secretary. E.
Leslie Fish; treasurer, J. B. Tanche;
auditors. Miss Carrie Slater and W. T.
Afterwards the members were- enter
STORY HOUR STARTS SOON
Folk Tales and Nursery Ballads Will
Be Told to Children. r
The usual story hour will be con
ducted in the children's department of
the Central Library every Friday
afternoon this Winter, beginning No
vember 5. At a quarter past 3 folk
tales and nursery ballads will be told
to children in the first, second and
third grades: stories of different coun
tries will be told at 4 o"clock to chil
dren in the fourth, fifth and sixth
grades. Four weeks will be devoted
Special Extraordinary J
Globe-Wernicke, 4-drawer quartei'ed oak
cabinet upright type full equipment of
indexes and folders,. Extra special, while
they last, $28.00
The J. K. Gill Co., Booksellers, Stationers and Complete
Office Outfitters. Third and Alder.
of a Bigger and Better Business
is at hand. We've crossed the threshold of bigger and
better business. Already the railroads and lumber
interests are beginning to feel the impetus of in
creased business activity. This means better trade,
increased revenues and increased buying. In short,
we are right on the crest of a wonderful wave of
This is just the time for you to reach out and se
cure that home you've been thinking about buying.
If you wait another 60 days, until prosperity is in full
swing, the same home will cost you 20 to 25 per cent
more. ACT NOW.
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PICK OUT this charming six-room bungalow, located one-half
block east of LAURELHURST PARK on East Ash street. Large
living and dining-rooms, finished in old ivory with mahogany trim.
Eastern oak floors throughout, tile bath. Walls beautifully decorated,
attractive built-in buffet and other features, artistic indirect lighting
system, attractive fireplace. Unusually light basement with best
furnace. Lot 50 by 100 feet. Room for garage. $4500.00 on terms.
Don't delay, if you are interested, as this will sell on sight.
to each country, the last story being
illustrated with stereopticon pictures.
On Thursday afternoons a "book hour"
will be held for boys and girls of the
seventh, eighth and ninth grades. The
story of a complete book will be told.
These talks also will be illustrated fre
quently. The Library has received as a gift
to its picture collection a number of
foreign prints. The pictures of Gre
cian and Roman ruins are of special
"Fables. Fairy Tales, Myths and Leg
ends" will be the subject on Saturday.
November 6, at 10 o'clock, for the class
in children's literature, which meets
in room A of the Central Library every
On Tuesday evening, November 2.
Professor Norman Frank Coleman, of
Reed College, will lecture or the "Seeds
of Decay: Elijah and Ahab." This is
the fifth lecture in the course on the
English Bible: Its Structure and Sig
nificance. "Sociological Aspects of War and
Peace" will be the subject of Professor
William Fielding Ogrburn's lecture on
Friday evening, in Library Hall.
WHO NEEDS A REAL HOME ? Here it is, located on a 50xl00-foot
lot south side of East Burnside street, between E. 39th and 41st sts.',
one block east of LAURELHURST PARK. Six large rooms and
sleeping-porch, hardwood floors, artistic fireplace, good furnace, plas
tered basement, elaborate built-in buffet, tile bath. Finished in old
ivory and white enamel. Just think you can buy this home this
week for $3800.00 on terms that will suit your purse. Two months
hence this place would cost you at least $4500.00.
Our representatives will be on the tract today to give you infor
mation as to houses and lots.
If you purchase through us you are backed by our knowledge of
values and we will take a personal interest in seeing that you get
everything that is coming to you and a square deal all around.
Main Office, 270 Stark street, Main 1503, A 1515. Take Laurel
hurst or Montavilla car to East 39th and Glisan streets, and inquire
at Laurelhurst . Tract Office at this r .r.
w on t you come today 7
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Sales Agent for
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Our stock of Office Equip
ment and Supplies is complete
to the minutest detail. Our
facilities for serving the busi
ness public in a business-like
manner are unsurpassed.
Just Now We Are Making
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old-fashioned iron safes and built-in vaults. Fire after fire in
"fireproof" office buildings, as well as in factories and warehouses,
has demonstrated that THE SAFE-CABINET affords protection
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placed their label of inspection and approval on it.
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fectly accommodate the filing devices for all standard makes.
A carload of the new models has just been received this week.
Come in and let us show you.
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Fifth and Oak Streets, Portland, Or.
A New Store
A New Stock
Modern equipment and expert attention will give
Quality Service in our Developing and Printing
Fresh Papers, Plates and Film Kodaks New and
Up to Date.
Portland Photo Supply Co.
333 Morrison Street
Northwestern Bank Bldg., Between Sixth and Broadway
Open for Business November 2
BY NORMAN M. LEWTON.
."WHERE ARE THE DEAD?"
to be delivered
7:30 P. M., Sun
day, October 31,
J" M-l the World Hall,
East Sixth and
Come and hear
a sou 1-satisf y
i n g answer to
testimony from absolutely unim
peachable authority will be intro
duced, hence the appeal will be
made to the hearers' unbiased
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Three-ton lots. $7
per ton. delivered.
PACIFIC COAST COAL CO.
249 WASHINGTON ST.
Main 229. A 2293.
WE LEND MONEY
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On Diamonds, Jewelry and
Musi cal Instruments. Cour
teous attention to all borrow
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Separate Department for Women.
320-323 Lanhcr Exrh. Bldg. Second
and Stark 8U.