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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1915)
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IS READY FOR USE
Wcrtc on $600,000 Structure
' About January 1 1s Expect
ed by Council
PVl DRAWING HAS ARRIVED
- ,arijias of (Mlrvl llrfnrv t.ud of
arallon of IUih 1 1 KrJ
by- Mr. lukrr.
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tusrm Cuvtrt f lt ran t
':i fr pl'v-lur aiJ hr
rmmiier tutor month aftr
a :oc: rrratatl f Nw
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rinl In 1q In frtli4
ffim S w Tork Iwrnbr I.
ti.ji.jmc t t :'):;' r( la
i:lrtf ta t of mr krfrlt
h rr lrr cotl Irltnmiot.
yiroura rtl raraitjr to
hmouk! rtoor tr-td4 lo
rKati oiata floor from toaiar
l show or roorrv
Lartf mhtMi rtr anl corn
f.t taloa In tamat.
Ilro ( to t Install! al
iwt of I: i.H-Ki.
am.IX araMit ,ron(la pro,
!.. I an. pirmt for i'rioa ll:.
torn-al o. City Mtim and
othr MMia on ar;'r i r.
Werkine? p an. bare bea compEeli
an4 a-tul eon. trot-two 4 start on
rrt:nT .' public auditorium I
wiihla fser u after January I. If
not bf ra the an 1 of tovambar. h
wa tha lnf-rm.to givsa. a.tardy
by J. A. rcl t'tl. of the ar bitar lural
fire f W6l!litiM roairhoox. rr
reaaelatlvee of Ike auditorium arrhl.
It. J. It fTed aader al A. IX Jy
sao'ir. of Near Tern.
A drawing of the n-w building,
taa first offirlal 4-awtn lo bo pt.
BNsra.1. was rareivad la rortland J
Itfltr from rrea tlatvtar a !,. 4f
It siewe bow tho tirvKt win
took waofs roanpla'a.1 oe tba larh i
bl.xk Wun.a4 by iIar. Vrt. twrlnd
M T'M atraota. Tho drawing Indi-
eataa tt tho tre-t'i't wtl bo one of j
e cvot tifrvilo buildings of the i
kln-l la tba t atted St ate.
re worklag pan. are aipe.-teJ to
bo la fortland br ta-arabor I. or a
few dare thereafter, an-) will be i
hack'! ir Immejiatetr an.f rites lo
relr.loft wlMng to submit bid fur
tho tea: contract,
r aeaeotSao parlsi A late rtaaoa!.
It I espartad tia rontrartora will be
abta lo stabralt their bids so tha Court. I a
el: can let a contract, or root re. la. ba-
fere le eo l of taremhar It Is planne-1
to get ,l'!l" and fuanaloti
elaae 4rl-i the Winter so work i lha
aoparsrro-tura can bo started with the T
first break ef fpring. 5onlloc base
beea Baada aad tho a'la found lo be
PERSPECTIVE OF PORTLAND'S 5600.000
m : h .. . :im:iSh ' :! 8'i --ilir,;! ;!1S::' .ife: 1:1151. ai ill? ill? llllVt't I i 1;
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khiuim, rn:r.ut:u ami iiiti:ct iiiu :ji:i.lkt idea ok tiik extekior ok thb
!:r. lex' lor atrurtur d
icn4. Tno bulldinc rrorr will toil about
1 ).,. rvl in filllncn tt balanc of
lh H )0.')'j- In or..im bonJ. an
lhoriso.1 by tho tr In I 1 1 to fl
a.ar ifto mtritrtnr. IVinra lha bond
autborio-d a I local ntDi
mat ! a tala throucb tha
court and Hlll atufa-lori' r.
tua to lha lnltrn-a if CUT ,'orT
mluloeor l'.kr. bs baa rkartt of tha
arrar.mant. tho rkln riant baa
bn i r; rJ la rovord lima.
rtana Nawtwdl to roasrWIroa.
n Jofy I rmmlnloiir llakar took
rffi.. On July Z 1 ha and Mr. t oChoux
bi rrpfl rvusli p n for th
triKtur a rt. a;ot tbaru adoptvd by tha
otin'll. r'ltro latrp tha plana
,f, ictJ In tha hand or Jir. irl
Under in .N"w Tora. And now. Iri
tnaa fia mnth ltr. tha plan ar
comtlt. Thi I aald lo b a fd
Tha Markfl Mo k I. : f.at hy '0
f-t In ail and lha bullj n will rovar
tha rotlra araa. ltb fronlac on Third
tr.aC will ba ft fat In b'lChl.
wttb an artiatio padimmt on tha Third-
traai aiaa. On top of thi will ba
powerful aarvh!lcbt d od lo caal
powarful r into tb air and about
lha city for apaclal atranta.
Tha aitarlor wt: ba Implr. but well
proportionavl and harmonlou and
rkH alona rlaalral linaa. Tbrra
will bo no frill, but vT thin; will
ba in (mI laata. It will bo. of a ray
tr.. k and ray tarra rotia trlmmiiica.
Vrrroa prvducta will b Ucd wbrr
aaallac CapaHly to Ba SIM.
Tba but:dmc will ba fitted Inaida for
taraa Ihaalrn-al producilon. abowa.
ball. ma! mtlna. ashlbita and for
l.a arrommodalion of tha Oron Jlla
torKal tkxrlcly. Tha maximum aaallnc
rara- Hr fr larg thaalrltal or mt-
Ina-a will bo iXio. with frovlalon for
aruaUar maalins In smaller ambljr-
iwmi dii.i. off from tha main auai-
toritim by movabla lartlllon.
Tha main floor wi: ba futl with a
ramotabia floor. ISrata will ba oo tba
parmanant floor, wblrh will bo Incilnad
toward a a loua atajra. Tba ramoT-
bl door will co or tha parmanabt
floor, makins ono f:t fior ovr tba
ntira looar art of tba buildtn; wbao
o. ion damaad.
Tha rantral or malo f:oor of tha au
ditorium, flour oill ba ! by 1 faat
In ir. Tha mala vntranro will ba
front Third I'mL Un lha Market
tr't aida of tha contra floor will ba
a ili! aaorrubly-rooot I faat lo width
an I II faat ion: and on tba Clay-
iraat iiiit an uutiblr room it feat
Ua and ' f'l lA;. liatwaao tha
twrfni and tha rantral floor will ba
PHINKKR FAMILY GATHERS FOR REUNION FOR FIRST TIME
IN 21 YEARS.
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rtWlt.T Ob JOMX MtTTTKI.lt, OR tit. OX riOM.I.R OK l3l.
latHering together for tha firet time In 21 years, the children of
Jofen) Metskar. Oregon pioneer of lll. with their families. Trie l fur a
family reunion at the borne of Mrs. J. W. Waters. 311 Fourteenth
street, tiundsy. November 21. la all. it people were present. Including
hillren. grandchildren, greal-crandcblldren and grrat-creal-grand-
Membera of the faro!! who attended were: Mrs. J. W. Waler.
211 t'ou-teenth street: William M'ttker. Lakevlew. Or.: Mrs. Alice
Mob be. t'Jirti!. Cel.: Mrs. Katharine Jonas, Kosalt. or.: Mr. J. Yl.
Hng an fr lirown. bherldsn. Or.: Mrs. Oeorse Alder and Mr. Alder.
.f Ureihsm, cr. Mrs. Lucy rtro. of Ljakrvic w, a tha only one of
lha seven children who wa not present.
Me. and Mr. John Mettker crossed the plains to Oregon from lost
In Mil with an os team. Thry settled In i'olk County. Tha Journey
wa male la train of lee wagons.
TIIK SUNDAY. OREGOMAX,. PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 38, 1915.
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mitilt partition, uhlih whan lifted
wi; annax tbrra two rooms to the cen
laajo la to U Lara a.
The alac w:i be : ot arroa and
tl faat daap and will ba elevated four
faat above tba real of tha permanent
auditorium floor. When tha removable
f 'oor la art In over tho aaata It will be
fluih with the atace. thua makln a
flat eurfa.e of the entire lower floor of
the buiiontf. Thi will be for bl( bail
or tblbite or Induatrjr exhibit.
Normally the main auditorium wID
eat l peraona. Than there will be
a larce ari. cry with a aeatln: capacity
of Z I 40. main; total aeatln; capacity
of Jtve. Hy opanlna; up lha asaembly
room and Dlacln aeala on tha atace.
the aaatin; capacity ran ba Increased
lo Hie with room left for tndm
At the Third-street entrance, will be
a lirket lobby 1 by Z fret In alxe and
Inaida that wilt be a corridor 13 by H
frai. Above the main floor will be ex
dibit room and room for small meet
Ins. One will be 12 by I0 fret.-:
other : 1 by 3 fart, another 22 by 44
feel and stilt another 1 by J feat. The
Oresoa lllatortral tioclety wfll ba pro
vidad with exhibit space In here, as
will also the clty'e free museum now a
tba City Halt.
Haeaaaeat M III Be Provldaa.
rrovlaion I mJde for a. baaemeot
with exhibit space l4 by 10 fret la
eitr. This baaement aa wrll as the
upper or mala floor will have vehicu
lar entrances. In tho basement wlil b
a public comfort station provided with
street entrances a well aa entrance!
from Inside tba bulldlnc It will oc
cupy space li by frot. It will, hare
sbower bath lor public use
A pipe orsran. to cost about IIS.OOO,
will ba inatailrd around tba proscenium
arch. This will ba one of tha largest
and finest pipe organs In tha Lulled
J. A. Koullhoux. arrliltecl. made
six weeks' trip about tha t'nlled states
when he took the rough drawings to
New York, and visited ail the principal
udltoriuraa. Ha cot a number of Idea
which wilt ba Incorporated In the build
orUlna.ly It was planned lo have
two frailerle In tha building, but this
Idea wa given up for the sake of
acoustics. The sealing capacity of tha
second gallery has been Incorporated
n tho first gallery.
Arrblieeta Aided by r aerial lata.
tn tha preparation of plans, tha
architect. Freedlander V Seymour,
have engaged specialists to arrange
various part of the structure. Experts
wrra employed In the beating and
ventltatltig. acoustic and other part
of the building.
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15 ELKS MOURNED
Portland Lodge Prepares for
Memorial Next Sunday.
MADAME JOMELLI TO SING
Srr,irc to lie Held In Flmt Pre
bytrrlan Church and Kulogy
AVIII B Ironoanced by John
C. JilcCne. Astoria Brother.
Fifteen members of the-Portland
Lodge cf Elks whoso name were on
tba roster a year ago will be "absent
when the roll Is called at the annual
memorial services next Sunday.
Tho service will bo held In the First
Presbyterian Church. Twelfth and Al
der streets, and will be In charge of
tha officers of the lodge. Judge R. R.
Butler, of The Dalles, who Is a mem
ber of the Heppner Lodge, will de
liver the memorial address. John C.
McCue. of Portland, a paat exalted
ruler of tho lodge at Astoria, will give
the eulogy on the departed members,
whose otnje and the dates of their
deaths are as follows
TV. J. Riley December JJ. 1914
William Bernard... January 2, 1915
G. X. Smith
...January 2. 1915
..February S. 1915
..February IS. 1915
. February 22. 1915
K. F. Cooper ...
R. B. May
... March 17. 1915
.....March 15. 1915
Max G. Myers ...
William O. Beck. Jr.... March 27
John B. Harrington April 15,
E. IL Thornton Juna 22
K. E. Wrenn September 2.
Robert Jennings. .. .September 9. 1915
Georgo D. Rush more. .. .Nov. 4, 1915
F. J. Dolaen November 10, 1915
Mot. Jeatelll a 8lag
The memorial committee In charge of"
arrangements consists of George L.
Baker, chairman; Henry E. Reed.
Charles C. Bradley, Hopkfn Jenkins and
The programme, tn addition to the
ritualistic exercises and the formal ad
dresses, will consist of appropriate
musical selections. Madame Jomelll
wlil sing two solos, "Abide With He"
and "Ave Marls."
Tha prayer and benediction will be
pronounced by Rev. Oswald W. Taylor.
pastor of t.race Memorial Episcopal
hurch. and a member of the lodge at
Prograsasse la Prepare.
The complete programme will bo as
Organ, "Kunersl March" IChopIn). Edsar
Euptinnlum solo. Pro Perrat:a. "Through
h Djrsnew." from "HUbat Mater" ( Ko-
nl. By siuffene Clvffl.
Quartet. "Behold, the Weetern Kvenlna
L.slit" iShetlexi. Mrs H'rman Polltx. so.
prann; Mrs. Isr'ph'ne Marx, contralto; Wsr
ren Irwin, tenor; Protber John Clair Moo
Onemtit ritualtsUo exercise. Portland
Loose. Ko. 142.
ltoll'all of "Our Absent Brothers. secre
tary ok lodre.
Opemrg ode, sir, "Au'.d Lang ftyne; (audi,
ante requested tw Joju).
Oreat Ruler of t?-e t'nlvarse.
Ail fe-int and benlsn.
Look Ivwn tipon and bless our work
And Oa all glory thloe.
Oh. hear our prayers for our honored dead.
While bearlnc In our minds
The memnr:es srsven oo each heart -
Por AuiJ Lang byn.
Prarer. Brother Iter Osarsld W. Taylor.
Wallace Loose. No. i-JI.
Koprano aolo. "Abide With Ms" (Liddle),
Add re .a. P. other It. R. Butler, Heppner
Lodge. No. iVh.
Baritone o!o. "Truet Ya In tha Lord"
t Handel I, Prother John Clalra Montelth.
clalor, brother John C. McCue. paat ex
alted ruier Aotorta Lolre. No. Inn.
tMprano eolo, "A Maria" tKalini, Ms
C'oelng .'ituatlstlc etrn-fa-l, be th loice.
Viuar:'t. Tumi V I:.otioIatr A m -brvse;.
Alia. Usrmsa I'ubts, svpraao; Air.
IT WILL APPEAR WHEN COMPLETED
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j. K. "r"reedlanJer and A. D. Seymour, New York, architect. M'hltetiouse
bi ildivo ox which work will, be started jaxcaky i.
Drlphlii" Marx, contrslto: Warren Irwin,
tenor; Brother John Claire Monteltli, bari
tone. Cloelng ode. air. "Home, sweet Home";
(.audience will plesae rise and sing).
We've finished our labor, the parting has
And rath of tb brothers Bow goes to his
Ard our voice blending, we now will de
Part In perfect Icve, giving eah note from the
TcUch dutv accomplished, each brother con
teot; Oh. thus tray wo ever our friendship
Mv Charity. Justice, and Brother'y ' Love
At last lead us ail to the grand louge above.
Benediction. Brother Rev. Oswald TV. Tay
lor. Wallace Lodge, No. 331.
Organ, "Postluile" (Sleane), Edgar E.
The ushers will Toe Thomas J. Swivel
(chairman). K. 45. Blair. Matt J. Kelly,
J. K. Axley. Georse U. Simmons, Samuel
Goldstein. F. Guy Haines, George u
Williams. William Adams. Ray Bark
hurst. O. O. Rudiir. William J. O'Don-
Pel!. Thomas J. Sheridan. C. S. cltowe.
Walter J. Rutherford. W. L Harris. Ben
U Norden. Phllo Holbrook. W. D.
Allard, Frank J. Laher.
CENTRALIA MAN IS KILLED
Norman Watson Is Crushed While
Helping Son Cut Timber.
CENTRALIA. Wash, Nov. 27. (Spe
cial.) Norman Watson, well-known
resident of Centralia. was Instantly
killed today while helping his son cut
timber on a homestead near Mendota.
Mr. Watson was caught under a big
tree, his body being horribly crushed.
When tho tree was cut away, life was
Mr. Watson was about 6U years oia.
and la survived by his widow anil four
C. Aim. of Sllverton, is at the Perkins.
li. H. Johnston, of Salem, Is at the
F. M. Hardin, of Astoria, is at the
If, L. Lyon, of La Grande, is at the
A. G. Wllhelm. of Seattle, is at the
J. C Talbot, of M'edford, is at the
G. S. Wilson, of Eugene, Is at the
Svl Jones, of Marshfield, is at the
John Small, of Silvertoro, la at the
F W. Horsky, of Albany, is at the
H. S. Mitchell of Wauna, is at the
C Hanghan, of Hood River, is at the
W. E. Sinclair, of Ilwaro, is at the
E. S. Smith, of Hood River, is at the
J. S. Coply, of The Dalles, is at the
C. A. Strong, superintendent Tacoma
Dredelng Company, who Is working
FOR A BAD COluH.
Here la a fine old-fashioned
recipe for coughs, colds or ca
tarrh trouble that has been used
for many years with great suc
cess: Get from your druggist 1
ounce of Parmlnt (double
strength) and add to It one
fourth pint of hot water and 4
ounces of granulated sugar. Take
one teaspoonful four times a day.
No more racking your whole
body with a cough. Clogged nos
trils should open, air passages of
your head clear up so you can
breathe freely. It Is easy to pre
pare, costs little and is pleasant
to take. Anyone who has a stub
born cough, or hard cold or ca
tarrh in any form should give
this prescription a trial.
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.MI If J
on the interstate bridge, is at the Nor
tonia. John Arthur, of Baker, is at the
John Henderson, of Tacoma, is at the
J. E. Darnelle, of The Dalles, is at
C. E. Mack, of Eugene, is at the
R. O'Connor, of San Francisco, is at
G. E. Hopkins, of North Yakima, is
at the Seward.
A. Bronsgust, of The Dalles, is at
G. E. Goodspeed, Jr., of Corvallia, Is
at the Imperial.
C. A. Bliss i-i registered at .tho Nor
tonia from Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Scivis. of Boise,
are at tho Cornelius.
W. E. Alexander, of Sheridan, Is reg
istered at the Imperial.
R. E. Clantoit is registered at the
Seward from Bonneville.
Loren Whitney, of Independence, is
registered at the Oregon.
E. P. Fineley. of Warrenton. is rcc-
lstered at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gates, of Spo-
Kane, are at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Bower, of Pavette
Idaho, are registered at the Nortonia.
Aberdeen Parents Visit Schools.
Nov. 27. (Spe
rial.) More thnn Son
There is a weak
ness in your Auto
mobile. You cannot afford
to miss the big ad
this paper next
"Proved Saving or
Your Money Back"
N. B. Santa Claus!
Everything is included in this re
Any instrument will be set aside for
later delivery, upon payment of a de
This is a most favorable occasion for
members of bands and members of or
chestras to secure instruments and sup
piles. Never heretofore have prices been so
low, and never will prices be made so
Consolidation - sain now in progress
at Graves Music Co., 147 4th street,
near Morrison, and at Eilers Music
House, Eilers building-, Broadway at
Alder, Portland, Or.
ON MARKET BLOCK
Kocilhoux, Portland representatives.
the Aberdeen public schools Wednes
day when a Thanksgiving programme
was held in each schoolroom of the
OU'LL BE SAFE
minute-. day and nigKt
w'inter and summer at
Here dwells trie spirit of
refinement-men of discrim
ination choose it for its
hospitality - - comfort--convenience
It Has the charm-the inCit
ingness of cultured home
If you want distinctive eccornrno.
dotiorui at prices to match your
pune-ttop at NORTONIA.
Next door.ali that's doing in hrtfn.
The thing that appeals-moderate
11m off .
nrt vni t
rA It TOTifrVT
Dr. B. E. Wright
Help your teeth. They are your
best friends. I will give you at
all times the BEST work that it
is possible to procure and at
very moderate prices. My 20
years" practice in Portland is a.
guarantee in itself.
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
K. W. Corner Sixth and Washing
ton, Northwest Building.
Phones Main 2110. A 2119.
Office Hour, 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Geary' Street, Just off Union Square
American Plan $1.50 a day up
Breakfast 50c Lunch 60c Dinner SI .00
Most Famous Meals in the United States
(few steel and concrete structure. Center
of theater, cafe and retail districts.
On carlines transferring all over city.
Take Municipal car line direct to door.
Motor Bus meets trains and steamers.
GEAKI AND JONES STREETS.
Fireproof. Ownership Management.
GQerioff accommodation, equipment and
location not surpassed in San Francisco.
Direct car servtco to alt entrances to Fair.
II. Ou to STu ner day Take Universal i-a
at our expense or Municipal streetcar with
out chenge. (Member Official JJtpo. iiutai
attureiUsi. bend lor booKieu
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