The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, July 02, 1912, Page 9, Image 9

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.JULY
X.
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Town
n & j j.
Don't forget when going 'away
on yout vacation or for the
mar. that The Journal can fol
low yoa at 16 cents a week, the
regular suhecrlptlon ratea. ana
the following egenta will supply
you at our regular retsi .
Bay Ocean, Or, Bay .Ocean
Carion Springs. Wash.. Min
eral springs hotel.
, Colllna, Wa
, . oesrnary
' ''..ut5ii TP.ii.. Tawrenca
Dlnnten. (Delivery, to all points 4
on North Beach.) '
Newport, or, George r. , Bun. ,
J'Tiockaway Beach, Or., Wind
leaalda, Or, Laatar Proabatal
'Delivery to all parts f Sea
Seariew, Wart, r. XL Btrau.
:al. -ii .-..yi-' '
... Tillamook. Or.. J. B.l' '
WUhoit Springs, Or., V, vr.
McLerani' - .y. ..- . . vj '
1 chun; jn le l."M t!;5s vr.!n. at
race c'.-'rch at 8 o'clock. Addresses
'I tff : vrrl t'T Laura Auutln and
A J U 1J 'iPat 1'oHter, both of whom have
ffrrved h the fMd, the former In Boro-
i ndlX and the latter in, Singapore.
4 ilalayda. This meeting will be held
4inder.tbe direction of the young people
f th aoclety who mot cordially Invite
ill Jntertnted, both old and young, to
'a present
novel.
Vssh, rre A. J
Or? Mra, O. L. Kl-
TONIGHT'S ' AMUSEMENTS V
'"SV'i'M-V-1 ,.' 1 1 'wi.iiii mi?" ...: !, $ -'; jj.
if HEILIQ The Durbar, motion ploturea.
i J3AKHR Baker atock oompauy Is
"Beverly of Orauatark." '
, COUNCIL CREST High claaa attree
uons.
, . LYRIO Armstrong JTpMesompaByJtji
7 ' "The Half Back. " ' .
' ORPHEUM Ornheura circuit vaudeville,
"HE EMPRESS VaudevlUs. ' .
to k fm . j n r nt
. THB OAKS Amuaement park.
. vthr . Oondltloiu.
Portland and lolnlty--Shower to-
and DroDaDiy .weaneaoay. aomntr
jr wiiiua.
, ; ' OregoB Showera tonight and prob
ably Wedneaday. Wlnda tnoetly aouth
- erly. '
Washington Occaalonal rain tonight
gad Wedneaday.
Idaho Showera tonight and Wednea
day north, ahowera tonight or Wednea
day aouth portion.
, ' THEODORE V. DRAKE.
'- - .Actlny DUtrlct Forecaater.
Soy Oaat riaA Kla Mother Herman
; Havakoat, 44 years old, la aeeklng the
1 wharaahouta of hla' mother, Mra. Haat
y (nxa, who realdea in thla city. Herman
r arrived In Portland laat night on the
, ; North Bank railroad from Great Fella,
MonW and while wandering aboMt the
-depot waa noticed by Mrs. Kelly of the
; Travelers Aid society. The police were
notified,, but as they had no report of a
' runaway boy, Herman was taken to the
T. M. C. A Every effort has been made
to locate the boy's mother, who wrote
him a letter about a month ago, telling
him to oome on to Portland. The boy
does not remember the address which
. was written In the letter. After receiv
ing word from his mother, Herman re
plied, asking- her to forward money to
pay his fare. Not getting a reply, he
started out to earn the required amount,
and came to Portland. According to his
story, Karl Brunner, ,a brother-in-law,
lives In this city, and is employed by
an auto truck company. Attempts have
also been made to locate Brunner. Any
information relating to either Brunner
or Mra. Hastings will be gratefully re
ceived by those in charge of the boy at
the y. m. Ci a.
Sues to lMtn Hoaae. Suit to re
ver the horns ef Temple W. Alexan
lr, the'O.-W. B. 4 N. clerk sent to
state prison for ' forging vouchers,
been started In the circuit court by
Neppach, who sold him the prop-
y. The home la in Goldsmith s ea
ion and la valued at If 600. Alex
1r bought It on the installment plan;
lng $100 down and $100 a month,
ys : Woman xovoea wm Charles
rerd reported to the police this
nlng that a woman whom he met In
111 at Blxth and Btark streets at a
I U hour last night robbed him of $160
Mhe has asked the police to find the
, a gooa aescripiion naa Deen
red and detectives . have been as
I Slid to tha caaa. ; Harward la at the
Mho Recruiting station, -' " ,
bursal - Chantaaqua The North
wejchautauqua, to be held at Fern
daflwaah, July I to 10, has ft vary
strt and attractive program. , Among
thaleakers are Bev. James D. Corby,
D. Ipaator of tha Universalis ohuroh
Of I city. He Is to speak at the so
vice session on White slavery
Cure." Hi is to give, one of tha
addresses on "The New Under-1
Between God and Man." , :
roth of ?ly Bxontslon Given by
CanUportland, No. 1. J. O. O. F. to
Capetorn: Park.- Btrs. Undine and
leave Taylor street dock at
Tickets 2(0, children under
85c. Games and other amuse-
lckets can be had from mem-
he Canton and at the dock on
morning,---;:-7---:---- r-
AntilmagistB 1osMeei-A meeting
! the lard of directors the 8Ute
Asaoclan opposed to equal suffrage
will baeld tomorrow, Wedneaday, at
10:80 ah., at headquarters. Business
of lmpjance will come before the
board 4 dlsoussion.
Ante lasbss Windows An automo
bile dm by J. -E. Sohallenberger
skidded Union avenue and Burnalds
street U evening, and crashed into the
Zlmmern cafe. Both the auto and
the froiof the cafe were damaged.
The drlwaa not Injured,
To K Tix rionlo The Parent
Teacberassoclation of the Woodlawn
achool wjhold iuYlrst monthly plcnlo
Friday, ir g, at Peninsula park. All
the mem:
their lun
irs are requested to bring
A large crowd la expected.
. BlTonm fewer Question A masa
meeting 1 be held in the fire hail
at Alblni und ' Kllllngsworth avenuea
at 8 o'clcv Friday evening, July S, for
tha purpo of discussing the Riverside
sewer. A! hose who are Interested are
urged to present
4
Host Show TaUdlty of Claims Per
sons making clalma against the estates
In, course of being probated' must show
unquestionably the validity of the
claims or they, will not be allowed. This
was tha verdict of County Judge Clee
ton this morning in passing upon the
claim of Jennie Grove againat the es
tate of Marlon C Clinton for keeping,
her; The claim originally amounted to
$(800, but was later reduced slightly,
thla amount still being- contested by
the administrator. Mrs. Grove testified
that Mrs. Clinton always promised to
leave "hef lbf operty-td" hef," but in the
will this was not done. The judge al
lowed her $18 a month for 18 months.
He said that such matters should have
been reduced to writing or other corrob
orative evidence presented before he
could allow such a claim. "No estate is
safe," said the judge," if claims are not
thoroughly substantiated."
Cues for Attorney Pees A man must
pay his attorney, if he has the money,
declared Ju4ge Gantenbetn yesterday In
the case of Attorney 8. J. Silverman
against John Kocorus, who was charged
with-whits ilavary and refused to pay
the attorney for services In the federal
court. The attorney asked 1500, but!
the court considered $300 sufficient,
Kocorus refused to pay on the ground
that he gave Silverman $500 at the
time of his arrest, which money was
for bonds, Kocorus claimed it was not
used sec mis purpose, maae a complaint
Ktrs.
of Wlnnlf:
day in th
curred Jul
fa made
consists
amount e
to the val
erty Is lnKebraska.
North Plat-Neb., ia
trator.
ok'B WU1 Filed The will
D. Hailbrook was filed to-
unty court' Her death oc-
12. Leroy V. Hailbrook
sole legate. The estate
personal property to the
928 and personal property
f 322,000. The latter prop-
David E. Bird,
named adminls-
Oase ICoiCrO to Trial Trie breach Of
promise cjs of Helen M. Goodeve
against Rqrt H. Thompson Jr., must
go to trials, set on the docket held
Presiding Jlce Kavanaugh thla morn
ing, in paaig upon a motion to con
tlnue it foiiirther evidence to be gath
ered. Attqeys for both sides passed
i to tha grana Jury, and it waa returned
to him, Silverman then filed action for
attorney fees, which the
slaver reJtUBed to pay.
alleged white
n '
IMS
. cau it's
i--e- and '
'caw it's
p-u-r-and
cause
I tion,h
Wservie
includes
EDELBRAU
'Knst Tacat Vremlses-A. verdict fa
voring the ousting of I. Gevurts ft Sons
from the property at Second and Tarn-
bin streets waa returned yesterday by
s Jury in the circuit court Action was
started by tie Yamhill Sanitary Public
Market company to regain possession
under . ft new lease. Gevurts As Sons
claimed right by a verbal lease ob
tained from Sr. George H. Strowbridge,
who died lavlt May The property is
owned by the Joseph A. Strowbridge es
tate, and leased to the market comtany.
- The old leased held by Gevurts & Sons!
expired in May.
. mobbed. He Walks Out of Town
John F, Fuller, aged 71 years, a veteran
ef the Civil war, in which his heroism
won biro, a medal, was found yesterday
walking down the railroad tracks, and
when asked where he was bound fori
stated that, having been robbed of his
savings, he waa trying to get to Rose
burg to the Solders' home. Fuller, who,
for some time, has been an Inmate of
the Soldier' home at Santa Monica,
Cat, came to Portland to visit friends,
1 and while at the Grand Central hotel,
was robbed of his purse. T. B. Mo
Devttt, head of the Grand Army organ
isation in Oregon, was notified, and will
send Fuller to Roseburg.
X rssen Frlses--Presldent . Tucker
- of the Portland Horse Owners associa
tion will present the cash prises to the
winning drivers of the horse and vehicle
parade held during th Rose Festival,
at a smoker to be given in the green
room of th Commercial elub tomorrow
nljht Badges of honor will be present
ed kv tha Oregon Humana association
at this tlm. -- ' .
VaW May Be Insane Jamea J. Mo
Hugh was arrested this morning at the
Union depot by Patrolman J. B. Long
. and is being held for Investigation, fol
lowing ft statement that he was to be
arrested for forgery at 8an Francisco.
Whether he ia insane is not known, but
his queer statements are the caue of
tha investigation, The detectives tave
the case. -.-- v;'
Inviforttea,
exhilarates,
aids diges
d eatisfiei!
Delied anywhere; stand
ard pees. Phone jour dealer,
ffrocf, or Portland Brewing
Company.
th9 lie in th. :r ' tl ' racrn-
Ing, the J(lds eau'lnr.lng bot sldrs to
desist or be finM. Iieiftn M. Goodeve
alleges in her complaint that Thompson
repeatedly promised to marry her, but
when th time for the wedding came,
tat could not b found, always making
an excuse, She earn from California,
where the defendant claims she had a
husband at the time he met her. Th
case will b heard next week in the
circuit court I ' yi .
ronrth of July excursion Cap Horn
park, given by Canton Portland, No.
1, P. M., I. O. O. F, on steamer Undine.
Taylor street dock, 8:30 a. m. Ticketa,
78 cents, , Children. 8S cents. ,
.', ronrtb of July Excursion Str. Bailey
Gatiert to .Cascade Locks, $1.00 round
trip. Leaves Alder street dock at I a.
m, returns 1:25 p. m. Orchestra muslo.
. Oson 'Z&halatloa Sfrorat permanent
sure for oatarrh, asthma and . lung
trobles. i Free trial. Dr, t ' Howard,
104-t ZtOthchlld buUding. .- .
' Steamer Jsss Karktos for Camas,
Washougal and way landing, dally ex
cept Sunday, Leaves Washington stmt
dook at I p..m. t
- .i V ''essiBJBBSISSMBtr''a;'-"'1 - t-- -
W.' A,'1 Wis and associate, painless
dentists. Third and Washington.
Anna's Portraits-Columbia bldg, for
man,, women and children, ; A-K38. .
- ITaioa Transfer , Company, furniture
movjnf and storage Main 341, A-2241,
letter Leada to Dlvoree "Send me
$10 just for old times sake," wrote Flor
ence Kellogg of Wftlla Walla to Frank
H. Borden, alleges his wife In her snlt
for; divorce, and this is on of th chief
complaints she makes In asking for
deermv Eoii-iU fr' note r"
ftsrred to a rnl Ute dea.1 In whl.h
h ws involve.l, tut this eXplanatloo
appears not to have satisfied th vita,
Mrs. Borden further cites an occasion
when her husband cam horn IntoxlcaU
ed, crawled under the hous and went
to sleep. They wer married in 1908
In Portland.
I SBwassMsaMst .'- ,
' Bi. B. O. srwm, By. JCar, Marquam.
2Tw Xratt Buffet, 3d and Alder sta.
Stenographer 105 Teon bid. M, 4((.
Through , the . Invention t of Dela
warean a' golfer can practice in ' the
privacy of bis horn. A ball mounted
at the end of wire revolving: around
a base plat as it Is struck. - - A
Men's Suits. :
Avoid th hjghr rent profits and pur
chase where your dollars buy all Wool
suits , And high grad tailoring. My
tailor altera to fit (no extra. Charge).
Jimmy Dunn, room lit, Oragonlan build
ing. '
Ixoursions July 4th Oregon Slectrlo 2ty,
Bound trip tickets will b sold July
3, I and 4, - good returning July 8.
Salem $3, Woodbum $1.50, Forest Grove
$1,- Hlllaboro too. Other polnU' In pro
portion, July ? 4, Albany 82.80 only on
special train leaving Jefferson street
station, ::
Vittucci's
Virgin
Olive
Oil
Who Bargain. --
Midsummer clearanc sal at
Goodyear Shoe Co., 148 4th street
the
Ton oan send 10 Issues of Th Jour
nal, from July 7 to 18, covering com
plete proceedings of th Elks' reunion,
including the large special Elks' num
ber of July 11, to your friends or brother
Elks for 85 cents. Order at onoe.
Supplies nutriment ' and lubri
cant to every fibre and muscle..
Belnr 'Absolutely pure and 'the
very tig-heat ; quality there la, an
absence of the sreaslnegg bo com
mon In ollre oils. :It la pleas
ant to the taste and Invaluable
lnjhe kltcheu and .la the home
trenerally. :....Zl...,Si.:L..xi ,.
Use V. v. O. O.
)wlth your food
you li tame on
It, feel better,
look better.
Tour dealer
sella it on a
money back
baali.
John
Vlttuccl
Co.
Exclualve
!..,... Importers.
Vancouver, B. C
I
Seattle, Wash,
$
n
f -
Way Is
the Easy
Way
A small cash payment win secure
one of our tine Suits. You are not
asked to give security. No red tape
or embarrassing conditions to meet
Just a plain credit system. We are
prepared" to outfit you in the most
correct, up to date style on pay
ments of - .
a Weel
These Suits are from the best manu
facturing tailors in America. Such
elegant Suits as the "Sincerity," the
"EFF-EFF" and other well known
makes. Suits that are guaranteed to
hold their shape, having reinforced
fronts, padded shoulders, hand-felled
lapels, hand-worked buttonholes.
Suits made to fit, to wear and in lat
est models. Come in and investigate.
1 jk s IIS
Firsts and Yamhill
Second and Yamhill
MOW
KOWE a MARTIN'S
v DRUG STORE
Washington Street
SEATS'
:)y h FOR -v Vv;
-'THE
OF THE
eons
Elks' Week
Repeated at Request
for :
the Elks' Conventiort
-Greatest Spectacle Ever
Produced in Portland.
Get tickets for youf
friends early.
BE EARLY
Box Seats . . V $2 EacH
Grandstand . . $1.50, $2
Admission Seats .... 50c
Tickets are now herev-no
change, no confusion'
But Be Early!
Monday, July 8, and
Wednesday, July 10
MULTNOMAH
FIELD
-Waa' reset Is3ssieswntsthtr4
quarterly meeting of the Columbia River
branch of the Woman's Foreign Mis
slonarr society, ot tha Methodist Eplsco-
-
lie principal difference between, buying furniture from
,kc maker and the department store is the money you save
I- MAKERS OF MISSION, FURNITURE
' . X ? '-v . .4......
1
389 Alder Street, Opposite Olds, Wortman & King
1
llTiltl.ll
Ssying Is Simply Good Sense
He is wise who provides for tomorrow. He is wiser
still who provides for day after tomorrow.
v;. Keep a picture of your 'old age before you. That is
your day after tomorrow. Save now while you still have
earning power, N ' "
HIBERNIA SAVINGS BANK
t'A CONSERVATIVE CUSTODIAN'
Open Saturday evenings s& to eight.
SECOND-AND'-WASHINQTONSTREETS
Celebrate the Fourth at
GRESHAM
. Come early, stay late. Hourly cars. Take O. W. P. electric or Mount
Hood line. Low fares.
Ball Game at 9:30 Meier &' Frank vs. Fairview, followed by athletic
sports. Races, catching greased pig, fire drill and water fight, etc-
Program of Speeches and Muajc at 10:30 Hon. W. W. Cotton and
Virgil G; Hinshaw.
Batfoon Ascension and Parachute Leap, 10 a. m.
HORSE RACES, 1 to 5 p. m. Fine track and grandstand.
Dancing Afternoon and Evening Rich ard1 Orchestra.
UNIFORMED BAND ALL. DAY FINE GROUNDS
LARGE PAVILIONS BULL RUN WATER
SAFE AND SANE FOURTH-THE ONLY PLACE
ROMAN CHARIOT RACES
THB TAXOV TSAXS OT tOVTXtXX CAXJT0MXA.
Country Club Tnick, July 4 and 8
'230 P. M.
Wopldfo Champion Cowboys
A. X STAHXBT.
Wtoner of Golden Belt.
. Calif orala Xodeo,
gfAIUT,
Winner of Plamond Xedsl
renoletoa. Or, SbouKdup.
Roman Standing Races Pony Express Races; Relay Races
Roping Contest and FancyRidmg -r
" ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS
TKe tinie for
gooH pave
ment u now.
Choow bihi
lithie and in
crease the
value of your
property.
IWikmx If
mvu
It St. I
V1'
' i 1 I
ft '
v .wr
'mil
The name that
stands for those
qualities in pave
ment construc
tion that mean
satisfaction, no
V Lt
: j maner . now ae
rfiS'&'A' vcre or exacting
;?)5vr.'-v the test
tmrnRurhPit'
mum jk wk
Asphalt
. si'
Joy for Smokers
The high cost of living has
forced many men to cut down;
expense, .You can' do this'
with'- pleasure and profit b'y,
'cigar.':
HEILIG
Tlionea Mala 1 a.. 1 A-ii.i
This afternoon. t:S9 o'eloc'i
This evening 8.30 "dock.
KINHlACOLOItc
Motion Picture 3
"THE DURDAR"
m AO AS. A TAILS U.:.
"trmriET ow run wrtu- :
; FOR , EVER If PEKFORMANClfi
Evea., TBc60c t to. Aft. iOc. 2 to.
m,n army ,
Ll- mw. ' var J J
BhlTllvKB Si flMatttva .
feaflnad VaaSnLUk
3P OTTtTlKlfli Hlfa la fail" r
aorai cTOi 4i XnLr& -ana TeUs.
saai xaxry OuUerj Oroheitra) mcroita.
pecual
Summer Prices
. srutts
lOo and aoe
. ICattasas vy
BUNGALOW THEATRE
etwa eurarement ef h vMU famous r
PENDLETON
ROUND-UP
Motion Pictures
With many new views MTer- befors -shown.
The only aanulne ploturea
ahowinir the real evenC taken from life.
Faaelnatlns. thrillina. aw insnirlnv anl '
amusing. The only ones of their Iclnd.
opening Thuralay, July 4, all Week.
Performances continuous afternoon and
evening. Admission 26c. . Calldrea lun
dar 12. 18c. .
BAKER
scaissasdaaxas .
Oe. Xb Bakes, ISA -
jHlpipH gTOOX OOK7AST '
SpecUl Holiday Matinee Thuraday 18u
All this week Mat Bat. 26c. y
A Hit That Is a Whirlwind, ,
BBVSU.T 07 OBATJSTAJIK
Dramatised - from - the tiotad - noral ref -
Oeorge Barr McCutoheon. A charming . ,
love atory, full of thrills, excitement
and comedy. Holiday matinee Thursday,
zoo. Evenings, J5c. fOa -
f icAnrs, A-iw
,-lltATnriB stxxt bat
U THEATRE 15-250-75
JVTHJB so
boss Bay Tuny i wm Borerst ouniroi
Bert Terralll BAaftsaa Brotbersi Tna
Four lUyrlo tuj UXaxde Kasmasi
Oroheatrai Blotwes. -'-.-r., .
BMtlme Bailr
WEXX JUBU 80 A ITlfllt la tha Bdel
wviia) Clarke and Verdi Boesek and
BUhaaeri Bond Morse, Kins' of tha BCo
soesi CaXl Boaine B Co. Bomaao Broa.1
raataceaoop, ropiuas pnoea. soxea ana
first faloesy reeerred. Bos office opes
from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Bkoaeat A
8334, BUOm 4B3S. Onrtala SOO, 7t30. f.
LYRIG
B3BATB
rOTTBTK
ISO BZAX3
The Blf Xhuevemi Senaatlom
Presents by Clara- Howard and , th
Bacy uou in . .
WW WAT. MO
By tae Armstrong routes Company
Two parformanoea nightlyMat daily.
rrlday Btrkt Cliemi CHrts Coateit.
1 1 ijk res asstcb bAti
Special Aftanoon asd Night Perform
ncasATCOV VAsx
Comer Tangna and Twenty-fonrtt ft.
Vancouver
T -
Portland
jtcxt's. a. . a, a, ! ",v
Games begin week days I p. w. Bus.
days J;tO p nt
IlACrFJEP BAT TBXPAT.
Boys under II free to bleachers Weflnes.
aay.
COUNCIL CREST
rOBTtAWB'S OOT QAVDV9
1800 7EET. ABOVX. CITT. "
Tree loenio Amusement rark.
. KZOBl CUtSB ATTBACTIOjri. J.
OJrXB AXB BJKX. - ,
Plcnlo grounds Jn the old apple orchard.
Admlaaloa to grounda free. .
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OAKS
PORTLAND'S OKUAT V
AMUSEMENT . PARK ( '
AXJj rree Outdoor Acta Today '
Bliag rbaraok -Wonderfully ed
ucated horse, the aanaatlon - of
America.
Skating Bess Xady XJvtn.
stone, who has astounded all rol
ler skaters. See ber mix vltb the
crowds. '
Oaks Park Band Director Pels'
rtherJTng of symphony soloists,
musical delight -
Th VeapoUUns Witty, funny
Venetian troubadours In . songs
-'that-gjhim,' m.,-4..j.:hi i-.xd.
Xemambes m The Apollo elub 1
concert Wednesday night I
HOTEL
SAN FRAI1GIGG0
Geary Street) abort Uoioa Squara
European Plan $1.60 a day up
1 American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and WeV atnutar, Cverf
wijtfl eaaveaieac. . Mdrate ret
Center ef theatre aad retail dutnttOm
ear UaM trawf rrimc all ever ity. tUm
Sria eauisaa SMets sraiaa aad iteianraj
Oregon Humane SccUty
' Off ice City Hall. Main 89 i A-7m
Humane Ofxtoer. Btrrn B. X, '',
H(d.nce It E. 24th Kait
Horse ambulance corner of tr ni !""
lor. Veterinary in cnarg. wrnau .
Anlmala Rescue Ifome, Nortttrop 'r- .
Thomas A. Short.-SUpt, A-t7, I r:
by Want Ads Li T! : i