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TII3 OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY ZVZZ'AVZ, AUGUST 12. i: ! !.
KCIL DOES 00T COOSIDER EAST
THIRD STREET FRllflCIIISE HATTER
Delayed Because Auditor Has
j Not Received Proof of Pub-1
lication of Ordinance.
Ur-W -ARE NOT DISCUSSED
-,' Preston Ordinance Will Come Up at
'' Neat Seaaion of Streets Committee
i'v Before Which It Has Been Pend-
V. Irij Other Act of the Council.
Ths noit Important piece of business
- which ml tit hare oome before ' the
. eouarll laat night, the question of the
.. franchise on East Third street to the
a R. N.. was laid ever, as the audt
" ter had not received proof of the publl
a! ratio, of the franchise ordinance. In
' this war a strong opposition was
heeded eff from slashing the measure
with the butcher knife it had whetted
' t or the occasion. - .,. ,
Aanand. Rushllfht and Vautha were
1 not present. . The Fourth street fran
;. chlee: matter did not ootne up, -and
- neither did the eraioanoe requiring un
Sharker opened the ball by advocat
: tag the. passage of aa ordinance giving
a ts-year franchise on York street to
. the Northern Paclfle Terminal oom
pany. Kellaher remarked this"" wag
hanging a revocable permit Into a I
year franchise. The tracks on this
atreet will become a part of the termi
nal yards. t Kellaher finally succeeded
in securing further consideration of the
franchise by having It referred to the
atreet committee. - .
.. ' asjadUa Oralassoe aae eg.
'i Bharkey opposed the ordtnanoo llra
irlng the height of reenforced concrete
buildings to eight stories, ; championed
by Shepherd. He declared that. In his
office was a photograph of a reenforoed
' concrete building , In Cincinnati tl
" Shepherd made a cutting retort about
"self Interest governing the actions of
. some people," and declared that- pro
vision to secure ' beauty for the city
Should be -taken before It looked like
H cemetery filled with high grave
stones.. .Architects and concrete, con
tractors were on hand to talk on the
THEY WERE QUIET
And No Children Allowed and the
i. . Boss Never Worried About ,
' v 1 the Board Bills.
AND THERE WAS A PARK
JUST ACROSS THE STREET
And Yet Horace Tillard Jones Hong
I'-JJp the Telephone Receiver With
. out Engaging, Rooms ? There snd
JWsi Also Real Angry About It.
' ".Despite the successful experience of
millions of his fsllowmen. Horace Til
lard Jones, one of the trusted men of
the Portland land office, has a suspi
cion that It does not always pay te ad
vertise. ; : - -l
A short time age Horace found that
his increaaing wants Included a 'more
ommodlous house. Being a busy man.
he hadn't time to look- around the city,
no he Inserted an advertisement In one
of the local newspspers. Another trusty
employ of the land office read the ad.
and wrote him a letter, which la sub
stance read, as follows:
t If you desire nice, quiet apartments
within three blocks of the federal
bonding.- at a price, so reasonable you
would not notice the outlay, ring up
Main I4 and get further particulars.?
-The letter wsa not signed. Horace
decided to ring up. He did not know
that Main lit was the number of the
county jail, as given m the telephone
book, ' The number bad been changed,
bet when ''Central' Informed him of
This is our Shirt Day I ;
200 shirts are on our coun
ters? some the $3.50 quality;
others $3 and $2.50 your
pick today at just f 1.95.
? The $1.00 Shirts are now
selling at 651,' and the 75c
j Come "before your sixe
got. ;, v:."
.asm ek ea s-
lien's and Boys' Ontntters '
1M AND IU THIRD STREET
subject, but they weren't given a hear
ing. The vote on the passage of ths ore
di nance was: Tea. Dunning,, Kellsher.
Masters. Sharkey, Wills i J no, Beld
Ing. Gray. Menefee. Preston Shepherd,
Wallace s; absent, Annand, Rushlight,
Vaughn. '-' '
. Buildings not of concrete are limited
to four stories, and steel frame build
ings, to li stories by another ordinance
also passed. ' ' '.
Dunning tHed his best to get Jlra
Anna Camp-on's building at si North
Kintfc street anoint from the Ore Urn-
IU law, which prohibits the erection of
a wooden nulldinar with the fire lim
its. The building was to be raised snd
aa additional story placed underneath.
Sharkey pleaded that the petition oe
art-anted, but Chief Campbell's state-,
meat that such action would simply al
low a favored person to break the law
and thereby establish a bad precedent
found weight with the members.' . Dun
ning was a member of the former firm
of Dunning A Campion. He also Intro
duced an ordlnanoe for the same pur
pose, whose title gave no Intimation of
Its intent. ' This waa discovered and
the soheme waa lost. - - . "
The vote on the petition wa:BTes,
Balding. Dunning. Masters. Sharkey.
Wallace I: not Gray. Kellaher. Men
efee. Preston. Shepherd. Willi t: ab
sent, Annand. Rushlight. Vaughn.
PlacmasVm ts Averted. -
Kellaher asked for consideration of
the East Third street franchise just as
Sharkey moved to adjourn. Kellaher
was primed with much heavy ammuni
tion with which to blow holes in the
franchise to - the Harrtman lines, but
Sharkey succeeded In proving that the
auditor bad received no proof of the
publication of the advertisement of tne
ordinance In the official paper. The
council adjourned forthwith.
The McCusker gas franchise was laid
over until the past meeting.' '
Back to . the license committee went
the matter of the revocation of the li
cense of S. Masourvskt, a jewelry auc
tioneer at til H First street, eealnst
whom complaint had been made to the
committee. The council had ' never
granted a license, but one had been Is
sued through error.
The Preston ordinance providing for
underground wires will come up at the
next session of the street committee.
In whoee hands It has been, pending the
expiration of 0 days of grace granted
the Portland Railway. Light eV Power
company. Preston will Insist that the
wires on prominent east side streets go
under ground, as well aa those la the
business district on the west elds. -
this fact he asked to be put right, and
soon. - blissfully Innocent, he was .In
communication ' with t Jailer George
Mitchell. Horace opened the conversa
tion. : ; : ; ' . ,
' "I got your letter about those apart
ments within three blocks of the fed
eral building. , I'd Ilka to ' know more
about thsm.5 L -; . ..
Thee jailer -wae wise In a moment.
"AU right" he said. Tve got a won
derful place here. None of my guests
leave me until I tell them they can
go." '!.-..'.;.. ' - - , .!
"They must like It" ' '; '
' "Only yesterday one of my guekts're
marked that aomethtng seemed to hold
him -here." .'" .-. ,
"Attractive surround Inge, t Suppboa"
' "There's a fine park just' across the
atreet" -- -. f
"Is the place quiet, aa you repre
sented In your letter?" .
"Sure; .we've no children here. If a
gueet becomes noisy we put him" In the
,. "What's that" 4 i ",jT.2r'
"I'll explain- when yon etna"
t "What do you charge per monthf
- "Oh, I never present a WW - v i
"That's strange." -v
' "Tea, but It's true. 'By ths way, you
haven't asked about" the board." .-
' "But I don't care to board."' '
"Toa'U have to If you come heraT
r "Is the board first class?"'
' "A lot of people whe don't rive here
nay It's altogether too good.",
."How about the price?"
"I never present a bill for that
either.", - ' - .
"That's strange. What Is the name
or your placer'. e
The county jalL" '
Horace hung up without even saying
"good-bye." . -.
HOLLADAY PARK -
v CONCERT TONIGHT
The Park band will render the fol
lowing program at Holladay ears, this
evening, the concert to commence ;at
7:S o'clock: .. '
Mareh. "Hands Across the Seat. . . Bouse
Overture, "Frans Schubert"..,. v. Suppe
Oriental Dance, "Sultana"..',.'. .Voelker
Excerpts from "Woodland". ......Ludero
Fantasia, "My Old Kentucky Home"..
i n .-Dalbey
Intermesso, "Dew Drops"... .Armstrong
Scenes from. "Chimes of Normandy".. .
If enuette - and -t Gavotte - from - "Pag-
Two-etep, "Chicarro American". .Oodard
Charles I Brown, Conductor. -
Last night's concert at the City park
was one of the best ever rendered by
the band and the . eudiance wae large
despite the rather cool evening. -
HOOD RIVER BURGLAR -
. GETS FIFTY PENNIES
.,.:.. :. . ; ,r i
faperlel Mmreb te The Jflorml.) .
Hood River, Aug.- 1. Burglars en
tered the department store of Frank A.
Cram at Hood River at a late hour Mon
day night by prying off an Iron window
shutter In the rear of the store. An.
outfit of clothing, underwear and shoes
was taken and 10 cents In pennies, which
wss in the- money drawer. Is missing.
The burglary was not discovered until
the store wss opened, when the cast-oft
clothing of the robber was found Ivlne
on the floor. Investigation disclosed
tne open window end also ths fact that
ths robber knew considerable about the
quality of clothing, as he selected the
beet In the store. -
Deputy Sheriff Wood and" Constable
Harper of The Dslles were here Mon
day afternoon looking for a' couple of
suspicious characters who were' wanted
at that place.' but were unable to locate
them, and It la thought thst they se
creted themselves somewhere near the
city and later committed the burglary.
BOLAN IS CAUGHT BY i
WALLA WALLA SHERIFF
'V i . -.
(ptrtel Mepatea te The Jeemal.)
Walla Walla, Wash., Aug. it. Jesee
D. Boian. wanted at Baker dtv on aa
embesslement charge aad whe has been
aunted for by the authorities of Wash
ington and Oregon for six months, was
arrested at the Bud Fine ranch, six
miles north of Waltaburg, by Sheriff
Painter. Sheriff Edward Rand returnel
Boian te Baker City yesterday after-
: 1 ,
Portland Day Nursery. - '
Could. there be a more vital help te
poor, hard-working mother than to re
lieve her of the care of her young chil
dren during the day and thua enable her
to go te her work feeling that the little
ones will be weU cared for and safe
from harm? . This Is the work that the
Flower Mission Is doing at the Day
Nursery on Fifth and Burnalde. Here
children are cared for-from T a. m. to
I p. nv When they arrive In the morn
ing thslr outer garments are removed
and they ; are bathed and dressed In
little" blue and white pinafores, they are
then allowed to play In a large, pleasant
room furnished with IttUe chairs and
the long tables, such as are used in
kindergartens, On . the wall are Mother
Goose pictures snd there are many toys
for the cblldren'a enjoyment , At 10
o'clock every morning they are given
a generous bowl of bread; and milk but
their principal meal comes at noon when
they are given plenty of good, whole
some food, probably much better than
they ever get at home. After dinner
the blue pinafores are changed for pink
snd white ones and the children taken
for a tide or otherwise amused by the
Jadles of the Flower Mission. . Children
under the age of 4 years take a nap. in
the afternoon. Before a child Is allowed
to come to the nursery the parents are
required to fill out a card stating name,
age and home conditions. All precau
tions are taken against disease, and
children must be vaccinated. There are
three visiting physicians who look after
the health of .the little ones. The
Flower Mission trlss to Instill Ideas of
neatness and .through the children, to
exert Influence over ' the mothers. It
will be remembered that the Fruit and
Flower Mission won second place In a
popular voting oontest not long ago
and the 1600 received wss the fund used
to start the Day Nursery1, -which' wss
opened two days - after Easter. They
feel that they have not received the help
that they Should have If people had not
given so generously to the San Fran
cisco relief fund. Well, the relief fund
Is slready large enough to cause every
cltlsen of San Francisco to try and get
On the committee, so remember that
there Is a good place to put your money
here In Portland. . . .
T. :: tl t . : ,. ;.V.'"'.
-,? ' To Study Apes, -
Miss Ida Slraonton of New York ts to
go to Africa to study apes, and the
paper which prtnta the story of her In
tentions telle at great length just who
Miss Simonton Is under the - Impres
sion, apparently, that the higher the
social position the bigger the fooL- One
really wonders why. If Miss Simonton
Is bent on devoUng her life to the study
of apes, she doesn't study her society
friends. Here Is a wide field of- ex
ceedingly Interacting apa" study.
... 'Kew Hoaiery. ,'-'vVi,v-;'
lAcy socks are the dressiest' . .
They're of silk, with lace bands and
Thsy are worn In either Mack: or
white. " i
Lovely effects are obtained with em
A fine sUk stocking with embroidered
plocks Is very correct.
Tou may have your monogram em
broidered on the Instep.
Changeable silk hose are beauties,
but costly. . .
A lisle and silk imitation of, these la
less sxpenslve and quits pretty.
Gray stockings In all ehadee are
With a gray skirt, gray hoee are
thought all right even with black ties.
' f ' Topic Tips. . ;';-,;'..;'?.;
; Bather gaudy belts are worn.
. The brave ones are encircling their
waists with plaid ribbons.
It Is said that vey wide belts, both
round and pointed, are coming back.
Hata with amastngly htgh crowns
are getting mora frequent
It may be that by winter the flat or
low-crowned hat wUl , be . decidedly
passe. 1 - - ' -
A white linen dresa with the tailored
waist mads . absolutely tight-fitting
was a novelty seen the other day.
The prettiest frocks In any group are
those of black gause flowered In deli
Brave ladles art wearing seml-low-necked
gowns by daylight these hot
' A very pretty outing hat le a stiff
cream felt with brown and buff plaid
band and brown wings.
Most of the little summer silk frocks
are made with chemisettes of white
muslin or lace.
REV. W. F. SMALL WILL
-' GO TO CALIFORNIA
. In order to accept a calf to the Unl
versaltst church at Santa Paula, Cali
fornia. Rev. W. F. Small has tendered
his resignation as pastor of ths First
Universalis church. East Eighth and
Couch Streets, this city. He will begin
his new duties Beptsmbsr 1.
Hs has served ss pastor of the First
church of this city for four years and
ths members will tender a farewell re
ception te btm aad hla wife .August It
POTTER IN SERVICE.:
Popular O. B. B. Bzeursioa Boat Be
eamee Tripe te Beach.
The T. JT. Potter" leaves Ash street
dock for North Beach, touching at As
toria, as follows:
August 14. 10 a. m.: August It, ll:t0
a. m; August 18, 1!:S0 p. m. ,
. From IIwscoj .August 11, p. m;
August It, a. nv: August IT, Urn,
Tickets st Third, snd Washington
streets and at Ash street dock. Meals
may be secured on the boat - ,
CRANE FLAT DREDGE. .
' LEFT WITHOUT WATER
. , pec1il Dltpateh te The Jearael.) '
Granite, Or., Aug. 1. There Is trouble
brewing In this section over the Lucae
wster right which' takes watsr from
Bawldy lake and Crane ereek on the
Granite creek slope. This water right
was purchased soma time ago by Wheel
er A Co. . from the First National
bank of Sumpter. Last week A P. Jonos
of the Magnolia mine made arrange
ments to . secure water for hla mill
through the Lucas ditch, and the taking
of this water from Crane ereek eut eff
the water eupply of . the Crane Flat
dredge, and compelled the boat to stop
work. The owners ef both the Lucas
water right and that used by the dredge
say they have the first claim to tne
watsr, and It may take a decision of the
courts to settle the quastloa Df which
THo Clixncs cf
. tarcain Giving
At the ' Stocking' Counter To
morrow Children 'a 20c quality
Stockings; 200 dozen all sizes.
Bargain Friday, at; A-f
pair... I V
From beginning to end the story is Bargains! Bargains I .. Not the ordinary kind, but the sort that cornet only once a year that "
takes no heed of original cost or possible loss, that says "quick selling and no profits." Here we tell you of ths greatest value
giving sale this store has ever known. You'll say so too when you see the offerings, the qualities, amfthink what you axe asked"
to pay. EVERY DEPARTMENT HAS SOMETHING SAVING TO OFFER.
A Great Clean-Up Sale at less than half price. Here's a plain statement in modest type. Should it fail to
impress the casuu reader it is, in all frankness, that reader's loss, for it tells of one of the biggest bargains we
: have ever offered. Both as regards quality and offered value we believe it unprecedented! Those of you who
I know this hat department of ours know that quality is the first consideration with us. Just now quality and
cheapness are linked in a manner unusual even for us. Friday morning we place on sale our . entire line ;; of
Churchill Hats in all the popular spring and summer styles.
. e e.S . a
- sun snapes in au sixes; it s ciean-up time ana we need tne room tor tau stocK, nence
the extraordinary reduction; the best $2.50 hats in the city on sale Bargain Friday
........ .1 ,
STUPENDOUS OFFERING OF
and sizes, best 35o
Harain Friday s
High neck and long sleeve Vests, pearl buttons,
silk stitched, knee or ankle length pants or tights
to match, garments are of fine bleached yarn, 300
dozen, all sizes; best 35c quai-.
ity." -Tomorrow T only -Bargain
Friday--each . . . '. , . .'..... ."
See aTorrlsoa Street Wtedow BlepUr.
gf lor xiisses' unoes
UllO Worth 01.25 and 01.45
Misses' Kid Lace Shoes, with patent leather tips and oak soles.
They are desirable for dress or school wear. , , AQ- ,
Bargain Friday. ... .7 sKt
i " 'Qt''tC 'or Misses' Ohoes '
V qlOU Best 83.00 Grade -
Women's Kid and Boxcalf Lace Shoes; worth $3.00, T A
with light and heavy soles. .Bargain Friday. ...... $1 eOU
Cl "1 Ct Q ftr Women's Oxfords' '
JLOtf Best 03.50 and (34 Grades
Women's Hand-Made Oxfords, worth $3.60 and $4.00, in pat
ent learner, Kussia calf, gunmetal calf, chocolate vici kid and
black vici kid, button, Blucjier
GREATER GIlO7 THE BARGAINS
Mats9 :B&st $go;S(D) c
J ;. : - . :TT . - . - y-r-r- ... : V - ... .
50 Doze, 75o Quality, Bargain Friday
When you view these you will wonder how it can possibly be
done. An extra' fine quality' muslin used in the makeup.. Full
sired, made with tucks and trimmed with dainty VaU lace;
splendid sellers and exceptional value at 75c each. , For
'tomorrow, one day onlyBargain Friday. . . ... .. ...... O C
-;.:-';';f.'r. in the 'fy
Wm Be a' Busy Bay
and lace., v f. 01 Zf
T7TXX BE OTTO
Colors black, brown, tan bb4 gray
s ataa. ai.ai
aq gray, ooin soit. ana
r- , . Bargain Friday; Only at This Prico
We have cut the price again and we will cut the silks fast
cuuugu witcii uu iuiuw mum
ly'represented by the figures given. As a matter of fact they
arc a little better than you would think, even at' the regulaf -price.
'2,000 yards of Plain and Changeable , Taffeta Silks in J.
a full range of colors over forty shades to choose; from; abr
sohitely all pure silk, buckskin finijah, very soft and pliable'
guaranteed not to split, is full
and never before sold for less than 73c is "yard.
Specially priced for Bargain Friday at.'..'.....
a Pair for Canvao
(7 Gloveo, Beat 1 2o "
Vi Quality Tononnow
Now is the time louy hop-picking Gloves. . Tomorrow we ....
place on sale about "800 'dozen at a wonder price'.- Well made ;
Canvas Gloves in all sizes for men, women and children, x- '
ceuenr wearing quality, just tne, tnmg lor nop-picxing; never
before sold for less than 1254c a pair. Specially -f P '
pncea ior bargain r naay ax. ................... ..
Limit of 6 pairs to a customer mon to dealers. -;,
for Hisses' Oandals ; r -UO
IU&ular 01.35 Grade
Tomorrow we place on sale our entire line of Children's and
Misses Hand-Made Sandals in
grade, at the' extraordinary low
, . .r J. J Z3- .
rre ga-ht is h-a aver o'ere
so wortny a kr- we expect a
tremendou rr ones to ti.'e tv
' nounw ..J. 1 -o-stl t.xjk"
lnes of exce, qu.,v, rst '
grade, fast blaoa elaeuo, double
snd a handsome appearing loee.'
100 dosen In tne lot.whlte they
Ust BAROAIW IAfa)AT. Jq
both soft and
a Yard for,
Fully Worth 75 ots.
uicnu mc uuaiuv is nov iair-v
19 inches wide -aTV v
all sizes up to Z ; regular $1.28
price, per pair, .' J(n
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