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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, I MARCH 15, 1815
Parent-Teachers Indorse,. Alderman.
: ThellPareot-Teacher associations of
. Portland, numbering more than 40)0
parents and teachers, have put them
selves on record as strongly favoring
the" rejelectlon of Lt. R. Alderman as
superintendent f the Portland public
(school ji. At a recent called, meeting
Of tbd council the president of every
annotation represented signed strong
resolutions to thj effect. Many of
the associations have -passed resolu
tions Asking" for his reelection at indi
vidual meetings.' Since the first list
was published the following associa
tions Jiave signed the resolutions fa-
Voringi his reappointment; airs. Mar
nhall pan a, Ockley Greens Mrs. W, A.
Viggeijs, Terwilllger;. Mrs. Dana O,
AVad4orth Fulton Park; Mrs. Helen
C. Krlese, Multnomah; Mrs. J. Kmil
A'elsori," Kems; Mrs. II. H. Reeves,
Capjtoi Hill; Mrs. It. E. Green, Shaver;
M.(1 K. Nichols, Kenton; Mr. J. E.
Uavldson, .Ainsworth; Mrs. H. H.
O'ReiHy, Couch; Mrs. C. A. Zander,
. Klliotti Mrs. J. II. Bagley, Kernwood;
Mrs. Ji, H, McGregor, Glenhaven; Mrs.
' Lawrence Holbrook, Holladay; Mrs. E.
l. TitBs. Irvington: Mrs. Alice White,
Portsrrtouth; Mrs. V. II. Koster, Penm
sula; Mrs. Hall Stevens and Mrs. J. W.
I f ThesW" two lists show that only
1 Seven pf the associations are not rep-
.resentdd. The presidents of these are
5 Ul pr i'ut of town.
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j I Mrs. Gerlinger Is Honored.
"5 h Mrsjj George- T. Gerlinger. the only
' woman! regent of the State university
was. tile honor guest at a luncheon
given irlday by the Collegiate Alum
j nae association-of Eugene. The affair
took- pjac at the Hotel Osburn and
1 was attended by a large number of the
; college women of the university city.
; Miss Ruth Guppy, the president, intro-
duced ias the first sreaker Mrs. Staf
l ford, wlM told what the Oregon
! alumnae are doing for the women of
J the university. Mrs. Eric Allen spoke
- en wht4t the collegiate alumnae might
' do fori the university women. Mrs.
j Gerllngjer spoke on "What the Regents
S are Doing for the University," men-
ttonlng! particularly the interest which
j She trfled to arouse in establishing;
j scholarships in the state university,
j Already several scholarships have been
i established and it is hoped that the
number) will soon increase.
Story Hour Club.
The iKtory Hour club had an unus-
i Ually interesting meeting on Tuesday
; afternoym in Library hall, iiird stories
!. "The Origin of the Robin" was told
' by Miflfc Mahoney of Thompson school.
i I A sopg, "What the Robin Told," was
. Charmiihglv rendered by pupils of the
" Lents school, Miss Essie Shlnn,
I ' A niture myth was dramatized by
second! grade children from Mount
1 Tabor (school, under the direction of
-"-A eniall girl from Miss Ethel Smith's
! first grade, Woodstock school, told
Robin's Breast Became Red.
i i Missi
Blood of the children's depart-
rnaln library, demonstrated her
to charm an adult as well as
t youthfni audl-ence. "How the Black-
i.hlrd Sboiled His Coat" was the title
; of i her
VVopnan's Building Discussed.
A large number of the prominent
club omen of this city who are in--4
terestdd In the" woman's, huilding for
v Pdrtlahd, gathered Saturday afternoon
In Central library to consider matters
of . Importance, connected with the or
, ganlzation. The constitution an5 by
f laws recently prepared, were read and,
: approved as were also the incorpora
ii tlon papers.. . Another meeting Is called
? for March 27, when 11 trustees will
v be elected. The standing committees
I VfiM include one or more representa
f tives from each of ,the women's or
l ganlzatons of the city. Although sub
vscrlptlons are being taken now, no
E;moneyMwill be paid over until at least
I $50, 00p has been subscribed. A large
; nHrtribr of fine building sites- have
been joffered. but these will not be
; considered until the necessary amount
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Club Urges Raying at Home.
,, ..ThojlBook club of Eugene is taking
..the lead in a. campaign for buying
.t thing! made in Eugene. At a recent
. I meeting articles -on "Homi Industry"
land One. on "Basket Makers, of Eu
Jgen''jl were read. A discussion of
f home ! products followed. The club
f memfters decided to earn a dollar for
i the scholarship loan fund, rather than
; give a benefit card party. The meeting
i was held at- the home of Mrs. W. A..
;? neynqias ana tne program was roi
: f lowed! iby the serving of refreshments.
Beautiful Meeting for High-
jtV;-" - ( ' '.. -." ' land - -;
Thre will be a meeting at the High
land ischoolhouse tomorroTr evening
;j under jparent-teacher auspices, for the
purpose of arousing enthusiasm In
beautifying the Highland district Miss
AHceJ jV. Joyce, 1. R. Alderman and
Dr. Jj. II. Boyd will be the speakers.
Miss Joyce- and ; Mr. Alderman will
Illustrate their talks with stereopticon
lide4i The Highland district has been
to; stop dandruff
and loss of hair
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Shampoo with hot water, rub
bing! thoroughly into the scalp the
the ncn, creamy lamer oi
so aa to soften and stimulate the scalp,
to remove the dead skin wad cells, and
to work the soothing, healing Resinol
balsams well into the roots of the hair.
Rinse in gradually cooler water, the
final water being cold. Dry the hair
thoroughly, without artificial heat. This
simple, agreeable method almost always
stops dandruff and scalp- itching, and
keeps the hair live, thick and lustrous.
' Resinol Soap leaves no stickiness or nn
pleatant odor in the hair. Sold wherever
' toilet goods are carried. For sample free,
writs to Dept. S-P, ResineJ. Baltimore. Md.-
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Mrs. P. G. - Nealand, president of the Buckman Parent-Teacher
Association, which will meet Thursday (Photo by Bushnell.)
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divided into three sections, with Mrs.
J. H. Stanley, UrsiiYoun and Mrs.
A. K. Elegel as the i chairmen of the
three committees. Much friendly riv
alry ia expected in t)ie effort of ecah
committee to have I her section the
cleanest and most . artrtctlv.
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Council of Women Voters.
The Council of Women Voters held
its regular meeting! Saturday at the
home of the president, Dr. Viola May
Coe. corner Twentyi-fifth and Lovejoy
streets. There was aa general discus
sion of community property rights aijd
property laws. The council hopes soon
to open an educational campaign the
object of which will be the enlighten
ment of the women of Oregon on laws
that pertain to women. Plans were
also . discussed for rthe International
council meeting to be held la San
Krancisco, July 8, 9i and 10. It is ex
pected ; that a large number of Oregon
women will attend this convention.
John Day Mizarre Club.
The Mizarre club! of John Day held
its weekly meeting : at the home of
Mrs. Charles Casaday Thursday even
ing. About 30 guests were present.
1 The evening was spent at "600." Mrs.
D.,Ii. Hdlgate and Mr. Thomas Mason
carried off the honors at cards. The
next meeting of the iclub will foe held
at the home of Mayor and Mrs. E.
E. Luce. . - j i - . :
j Chapter E to Meet.
Chapter E. of the P. E. O". Sisterhood
will meet Thursday, at 2 o'clock with
Mrs. Griffin, 992 East Gllsan street.
r 60 'Children Present.
Last Friday evening Albina assembly
No. 8, United Artisans, held a specifU
session for the juvenile, members.
There were over 5( ; children present,
most of whom are beneficiaries under
tile, new class, of Certificates issued
since January 1. Presents of candy
and toys- were made; to each child pres
ent. The children ranged from 3 to 15
years of age, ;
Called to Calgary.
J. C. Monahan, who has been doing
deputy work in the field for the Loyal
Order ot Moose in different parts of
Oregon, has been called to Calgarv.
Alberta, to continue his activities la
the same line. He wijll go via Spokane,
Wash.,1 where he wiUS stop a few days.
Electric Council Host.
Portland Electric- iciouncil. Royal Ar-
canumj will be at home at Hose City
Jr'ark lup Wednesday evening. All
members of the Royal Arcanum ' are
cordially Invited to be present. Visi
tors' tickets may be procured fiom
Roy Taylor, secretary, 505 Electric
Yeomen to Entertain,
Portland Star Homestead No. 4i.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen, will
entertain members and friends next
Thursday evening with a dance and 500
party at W. O. W. teWple, 128 Eleventh
street, f iW. A. Bullock, ! state rrianager,
will illustrate "IvanhOef with stereop
ticon views.' - . S : I I ; ;
; Artisans to Dance. :
University Park Artisans will give a
dance and card party on Wednesday
evening.! Refreshments! will be served.
A good; time is guaranteed to all Arti
sans "and friends. !j! -
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Fifteen Take Degree Work. ! I
Ruth Chapter of the Scottish Rite of
Aooption took ; in a
plass of 15 mem
bers, giving the fifth
egree, last Tues-
day. ' . . , : f ,
Good Roads Advocates Invited to
Address Labor Council Committee
Sate Is Thursday Evening.
Advocates of th good roads and
bond issues have been extended a for
mal Invitation to speak. ; before the ex
ecutive; board of the i Central Labor
Council Thursday evening
Beno Bends Warning. j
JThe Tradesv and Labor Council pf
Reno. Nev., la sending tit circular let
ters warning ' workmen . to stay away
from that town, and also from the
railroad town of Sparks, In the same
county. ; . . --. f . ! : 1 : . -
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School Matters Zmsortant.
In a brief address before the Central
Labor; Council- Kriday evening, C. W.
rarxee , uiseu j au worKlntr men artil
women to take more interest in school
matters. He (declared organized Work
ers in -earljjj days made the public
school an American institution by their
earnestness and by their sacrifices.
Oppose! Contract Work.
An attorney! has been employed by
the president ;:" of the Central Labor
Council, K. Mj i Smith, to draft a pro
posed amendment to the city charter
doing away with-the contract system
for public work. I
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Invited to j Child Labor Congress.
The Central i Labor Council has been
invited to send a delegate and 12 to the
Child Labor Congress in Memphis) next
May. Any person Interested in this
line of work willing to pay their own
expenses and' $2 should communicate
with E. J. Stack, secretary, at the
Labor Temple. - !
Named After Mayor. I
W. II. Warren, secretary to Mayor
Albee, is the father of a nine-pound ibaby
boy, who has bien named Russell, after
the mayor, whose middle name Is Rus
sell. The bafcy was born February 25,
and, ' of course, everything- has been
lovely at the W;arren domicile since.
Will Reside in Jacksonville.
B. B.'Beekman, son of Cornelias C.
Beekman, pioneer 'banker of Jackson
died recently, has Ibeen
named as joi
er's estate w
his share of
nt executor of his fath
th his sister Carrie. As
the estate, the son Willi
property, bonds, stocks,
notes and mortgages to the value of
$250,000. Mr. Beekman. who Is prac
ticing law in Portland as a member of
the firm of Watson & Beekman, will
give up his practice here and make his
home in Jacksonville.
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Mrs. Johnston Recovering.
Mrs. Fred Johnston, wife of a Port-
man, who underwent
Good Samaritan hos
an operation i at
pital Wednesday,, is gaining strength
T. H. White,: traveling In advance for
"Peg o' My Heart," Is at the Multno
mah, i i ,
W. G. Taitj a Tillamook attorney, Is
at the Imperial. j
Dr. M. E. Pomeroy is registered at
the Cornelius from Salem. ;
. Leslie Monroe Is a Calgary visitor at
the Oregon, on! his way home from the
R. C. Buckingham and wife, of
4Prineville, arj Quests at the Nortonia.
B. J. Berger, a hotel man of Laurel
Mont, is at the Multnomah. ,.
Emil F. Voigt a mining man of
Volgt's camp, B. C, Is at the Imperial.
Paul L. Sehultz and wife of Forest
Grove are guests at the Cornelius;
John ilyama and wife (Leila Mcln
tyre), headliners at the Orpheym-this
week, are staying at the Multnomah.
Frank Fox Is a Tillamook visitor, at
the Nortonia. ; i:
Dr. A. W. Penniman of New York is
at the Oregon
Dr. C. F. Charlton of La' Grande is
at the imperial.
B. M. Temple
the Cornelius.! 1 1
is a Dallas visitor at
O. C.; FenaljSon. a Hoquiam lumber
man, is staying at the Multnomah.j
A. K. Goodman and wife of Seattle
are at the Oregon. Mr. Goldman is
connected with the Great Western
Smelting company. i
S. J. Cutting1 has returned to Port
land after an extended trip east and
taken apartments at the Multnomah
hotel. : : i '
K, W. Lee of; Eugene is at the Ore
gon. 1 1
Dr. J. L, Wooden is a Clatskanie
visitor at the iMultnomah.
Mrs. C. J. liaffin of Warm Springs
is a guest at the Imperial.
"I wonder' why
so many forest ffres
McBride. ? I
catch?" said Mrs.
from the mountai
n ranges,", suggested
has removed to
331 Morrison St.
LARCH MOUNTAIN'S !
BEAUTIES SEEN BY A
Recommendation to Be That
Proposed .Trail Begin at
Multnomah Station. i
COUNTRY IS DESCRIBED
Most Difficult lart to X.ay Oat Will
Be Around TTPper SCnltnomah !
rails, it Is learned.
A committee of the Progressive
Business Men's club, forest service
men and engineers traversed yester
day the route of the proposed Larch
mountain trail- 'through Multnomah
creek canyon. The 'recommendation of
the party will be that the trail begin
at Multnomah station, -cross the Ben
son bridge, zig-zag up the steep ascent
Just to the left of Multnomah falls,
thence up the deep canyon of the creek,!
working from one side to the other by!
means of bridges as may become nee-;
The most difficult place to lay out
the trail, it was agreed, will be around,
upper Multnomah falls, where yester
day members of the party had to make
a 50 foot descent by means of a rope.!
After attaining a 2500 foot eleva
tion the country is of a character such
as not to present any particular engi
neering problems. '
Chief Cost Shown. !
The chief cost of, the trail. It was
seen, will be for construction work
through the canyon of Multnomah
creek, This is very wild and beauti
ful, and the stream is a strong moun
tain torrent, .clear and cold as ice, as
some of the party who slipped and fell
in while making 'a crossing could tes
tif y. I
Twelve hundred feet above the Co
lumbia river a point having sheer de
scent on two sides and about 45 degrees
on the third, juts out. This may be
reached by a short lead from the maid
trail and from the point may be had
one of the most thrilling of the views,
of the river and nearby mountains.'
Several members of the exploring
party had their lunch on this point
yesterday, others boiled coffee in
canyon by the creek.
Members In Party. j
The Portlanders left Saturday eve
ning, leaving the train at Bridal Ve,il
and going by motor truck to Palmejr,
a logging camp about 1800 feet ejec
tion. Yesterday morning they fol
lowed existing trails to the upper can
yon of Multnomah creek, then pro
ceeded among brush, over logs and
rocks where the trail will be. In the
party were H. R. Hayek, chairman Of
the club's trail committee; John H
Dundore, president of the club; R. S.
Shelley, of the forest service; W. It,
iioertei, representing a. u. Lancaster;:
engineer of the Columbia Highwata
Osmon Royal, Chester A. Hogue, J.
Jaeger, Arthur Caylor, E. R. Goodwihv
Roy W. Edwards, Jacob Kanzler, Rt
H. Atkinson, H. L. Wold, H. C Joness,
Alexander Adair, Charles A. Benz, Mat-
shall N. Dana, L. K. McGee, N. F. Mfc
Coy. R. A. Gay. I. L Rankin. G. Fi
Mrs. Keeler Funeral
Funeral services for Mrs. E,
Keeler, of Helena, Mont., who died
the home of her daughter, Mrs., W:
son Clark, 60 Union avenue nort
Friday "night, was -held from Du
nlng & McEntee's chapel at 2 o'clock
yesterday, with Interment in Rose City
Mrs. Keeler had been ill since Chris
mas and came to .Portland about sjx
weeks ago, thinking, a change In cl
mate would aid her. '
She was the widow of the late Co
cnel George W. Keeler, a pioneer
Oregon, California and Montana.
Mrs. Keeler was born in Illinois '.
1843, and came across the plains i)
Montana in 1864. She had been a res
ldent of Helena and vicinity for 60
years. She was married March $
1866. She leaves two other daugh
ters, besides Mrs. Clark. They ar
Mvs. Thomas M. Park, of Tucson, Aril.
and Mrs. W. W. Williams, of Phillips
Big Time Is Expected.
Iembers of the Fourth Presbyterlai
chyrch are planning a big time for ti4
morrow night. It Is to be a social fbr
the members of the church and the
friends. On the committees having
cham of the various details are 27
persons, all working to make the af
fair a success. A general Invitation
has been extended to all the people of
the community, and particularly to
former members of the t church now
living in other parts of the city. A
musical and literary program will take
up part of the evening.
Boys Remanded to Court.
After glancing at the long records of
Virgil Yates, 17 years old, and Clif
ford Harris, 16 years old. Judge Ga-
tens of thq juvenile court Saturday re-l
manded the boys to the municipal court(
to answer there to charges of burglar
izing the saloon of James Jannuzzi, 174
North Union avenue 10 days age: Daviaj
Millwood. 19 years old, arrested for the
same crime, was bound over to the
grand jury by Municipal Judge Stev
enson. " j
You need not use
this delicious milk keeps
after it is opened.
I 1 !
is pure, rich milk
rated and sterilized.
Ask for "Yeloban"
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All Leading Grocers Carry It. ,
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Blacky Tries Another Plan. '
When one plan fails. Just try another;
Declare you 11 win some way, or other.
People who! succeed are those who
do not give up because they fail the
first time i thBy try. They are the
ones who as soon as one plan fails
get busy right away and! think of an
other plan and; try that. ! IT the thing
$hey are trying to do Is a good thing,
qooner or later they succeed. If they
are trying to do a wrong thing, very
likely all their plans fall, as they
should. ! i .
! Now Blacky the Crow knows all
about the talue of trvin and trvine.
iHe isn't easily discouraged. Some
times it is a pity that he lisn't because
he plans so much mischief. But the
ifact remains! that he isn't, and he
tries and tries until he cannot think
Kt another plan, and just has to give
up. When he i invited all his relatives
Join him i in tormenting Hooty the
wl he thought he had a plan that
st couldn't fail. He felt sure that
Hooty; would leave Jier nest and
Hooty i try to drive awav his tor
mentors. But! Mrs. HootV didn't do
anything of ! the kind, because Hooty
was smart! enough andf ; thoughtful
enough to lead his tormentors away
from the nest into the darkest part of
the Green iForest, where ; their noise
wouldn't bother Mrs. Hty; And so
She just set tiled herself morfe comfort
ably than ever . on those eggs which
'Blacky had hoped she would give him
a chance tot steal, and his fine plan
was quite upset.
i Not one of his relatives had noticed
that nest. ; They had beefi too busy
tfcasing Hooty; This was Just as
Blacky had i hoped. He didn't want
them to know about that nest because
he was selfish and wanted to get
those eggs just for himself alone. But
now he knew that the i only way he
could get Mrs. Hooty off . of them
would be by teasing her so' that she
would lose?! her temper and try to
Catch some of her tormentors. If
she did thati there would be a chance
that he might Slip In and get at least
one of thoseleggs. He would try it.
! For a few minutes he listened to
the noise of his relatives growing
fainter and fainter as Hooty led them
farther and! farther into the Green
Forest. Then he opened his mouth. r
"Caw, caw; caw, caw!" he screamed.
"Caw, ca,; caw, cawt. , Come back,
everybody! '."Here's Mrs.jiHooty on her
nest! Caw;. "caw, caw,, caw!"
Now as soon as they heard that all
Blacky's relatives stopped chasing
and tormenting Hooty and started
y,uie a fast! as they could fly. They
didn't like the dark part of the. Green
PROGRAM THAT GETS
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There Is! Plenty of Variety
and Si)ice to Bill Offered
Patrons This Week,
it that the Orpheum has
much more balanced bill
than the one which opened yesterday,
Last night's audience was in a mood
to enjoy and the hands that each act
received demonstrated that as a vau
deville show this week's bftl is a sue
cess. 1 1
John Hyahjs and Leila Mclntyre di
vide lead honors according to press
agent notices with Bonlta and Lew
Hearn, but! the audience thought other
wise last night, for Miss Mclntyre and
Mr. Hearn were made the real leaders.
Bonlta and the diminutive Hearn were
singled out! over the others as the sec
ond best act, and might have received
more support had certain rather ob
Jectlonable j f ejatures been eliminated.
John Hyams is a natural born come
dian of thej jrefined type and with
pretty, dainjty Miss Mclntyre playing
ODDOsite him their little skit, "The
Quakeress.'f Ibrought i curtain call
which did hot end when each had
made pretty! 'iThank you" speeches, but
brought them out for j a good night
dance. The sWt Is almost without plot,
but is a pleasant vehicle for the songs
and dances. l
Lew Hearn caught the house with
his song about Spanish! Joe "a-throw-
ing the bull,"! and Bonlta sang pleas
ingly. Harry, and Emma Sharrocks,
with a "bally-hoo" act which ended
with mlndileadlng stunts by the femi
nine member bf the team,- were called
back with encores. Parillo and Fra
bito. with cercertlno,, guitar and song,
made a hit. i i
Jack Kennedy, the lead in the play
let, "The Flare Back." might with ease
add to the strength of his skit by drop-
pine some of his "hurrah boy'" manner,
The plot Is clever enough and took
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the "Drink Habit" Into sober and use
ful .citizens aid so strong is our con
fidence in its curative powers, that we
want to emphasize the fact that OR
RINE is sold under this positive guar
antee. If, after a trial, you get no
benefit, youri money will be refunded.
ORRINE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask
for Free Booklet. The Owl Drug Co.,
Broadway. and Washington Sts. (Adv.)
IfesK and select" for
JT. G. Lloyd.)
'Where is the nest?" they
Forest into which Hooty was leading
them. Besides, they wanted to see
that nest. So back they came, cawing
at the top of their lungs, for they
were very much excited. Some of
them never had seen a nest of Hooty's.
And anyway, it would be just as much
fun to tease Mrs. Hooty as It was to
tease Hooty. x
i "Where is the nest?" they screamed
as they came back to where Blacky
was cawing and pretending to be very
i "Why," exclaimed one, "that is the
old nest of Redtail the Hawk. I know
all about that nest." And he looked
at Blacky as if he thought Blacky
was playing a Joke on them.
! "It was Redtall's, but it is Hooty's
now. If you don't believe me Just
look in it," returned Blacky.
! At once they all began to fly
over the trees where they could
look down Into the nest, and there,
sure enough, was Mrs. Hooty. her
great, round, yellow eyes glaring up
at them angrily. Such a racket! Right
away Hooty was forgotten, and the
whole crowd at once bega'n" to torment
Mrs. Hooty. Only Blacky sat watch
ful and silent, wilting for Mrs. Hooty
to lose her temper and try to catch
One of her tormentors. He had hope,
a great hope, that he would get one of
11 Next story: "Hooty Conies to Mrs.
fwell with the crowd. The feminine
fnember of the Cromwella, Jugglers,
who opened the bill, happened to be
a man and discovery at the close does
hot detract from the act. Some clever
tumbling and trapese work by Kremo
lina and Darras Brothers closea his
hill. Miss Kremollna is the possessor
of a beautiful figure and does some
daring tumbling. The Mutual weekly
and several good orchestra numbers
complete the bilL
i Junior I i hear Brlggs get in:e a
lot of trouble with that girl he was
going with. ;
Soph Yes7 How's that?
Junior He married her.
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prices our stock of j adies Handbags. This is our
annual event, and is awaited by a number of careful
buyers who know the genuineness of pur reduction
sales. Our stock of Handbags is most complete,
and the most fastidious can' select; a style which will
please. Each bag
guarantee of satisfaction. All
ported bags are included in this sale, including
i and other J famous makers
Vals. to $ 1.60,
Vals. to $ 3.00, $
Vals. to $ 4.00, S
Vals. to $ 5.00, $
Vals. to $ 6.50, $
Vals. to $ 7.50, $
North Bank Road,
S. S. Great
S., P. & S.STEAMER
Express Lreaye j
Portland 9 a. m., Astoria 12 m.
S. 5. Sails from Flavel.l :30 p. m.
Sun Parlor, Palm Garden, Orches
tra, Cabins De Luxe, Bedrooms ,with
Bath, Bachelor Apartments (with
Shower Bath. I i
To Baaarratlona Apply Hortli
. auk Tick, offlc. ruth. n&
Stark Wttm. :
AUTO ACCIDENTS TAKE
Number of Casualties Jumps
Prom 15 Year Ago to 56,
or 366 Per Cent,
INCREASED TRAFFIC NOTED
Meeting Called for Today to Devise
Means for Lessening Increasing
, Stream of Accidents.
Portland s good record for imal
number of automobile casuaTltles was
sadly shattered during the month of
February, according to figures of the
police bureau and the public safety
commission. i i-
I In -February lof 1914, the polled
figures show there' were 15 smsshups
in i which automobiles figured. In
February of 1915, there were 66 auto
mobile accidents. The increase is Just
366 per cent. I . I
I A statistical count that has been
under way for some time on the part
of the city traffic engineer reveals
that! the traffic! in the congested dis
trict has increased more than 250 per
cent'in the last six weeks, due entirely
toithe advent of the Jitney service, j
i Automobiles J that were heretofore
driven as private vehicles and rarely
ever came into the crowded downtown
streets are now i making frequent and
regular trips to these thoroughfares a
Jitney buses. i,
Not only with! automobiles, but with
Not just a flavor
nourishing addition to iowl.
game, meat and
Cot 2 jAnU cold cooked chickaa in Mill piece, add 3 chopped cklekae liven
end I chopped hard eooked eggs asd priokla with all, pepper and grated aut
aaeg to fata Hah t taUaapooaa batter, stir ia 2 tablespoon flour, add 1 cup '
cUckam alack and stir S minute: bow add 1 tablmpeoa LEA A PER MM' IU1CE.
sal eoporeaaM atlr 1 Mtiaote, add chicken mixture and aajaw 0 minute. .
Beat X aggyolka whh V cop cream, then add thee and but 1 minute. Take from
are, add 4 taMaapeoBa ahorry win and 1 teaapooa Ismos juice and aerra
and continuing one week, we place on sale at extrem,ely low'
- is backed by the "Wood-Lark"
domestic . and im
Vals. to $ 8.50, $ 5.50
Vals. to $10.00. S .7ft
Vals. to $12.00, S 8.10
Vals. to $15.00, $10.45
Vals. to $20.00, S14.60
Vals. to $25.00, $17.75
Double Stamps Today and
e Fast De Luxe Way
Water - Level Rail
Northern Sails Wed., March 17
? ARR. SAN
Greenwich St. Wharf
3:30 p. m. (Next Day)
South-Bound Sailing Dates March
; ; Fares to San Francisco
Round trip, thirty days, $30. Ninety
days, $32.50. ' One way, first class,
$20.00 Tourist, $15. Third class,
$8. Meals and
ether forms' of vehicles did the list of
accidents jump up, although this In
crease was far from proportionate k to
those Of the automobiles. 1
In February of 1914. but two motor
cycle accidents were recorded with the
police, but last month in this year
there were six of this type. In Febru
ary, 1914, there were four accidents of
any Importance in which streetcars
figured, but in the same month this
jjear there were five.
The public, safety commission re
Wards the Increase of other accidents
km but a normal one, according to H.
P. Coffin, secretary of the commis
sion, and Indeed, the number of
utreetcar smashups Is rather under
the ayerage, .fit says, -when the in
crease In automobile traffic Is consid
ered. It is to devise a means of restriction
on automobile drivers that will lessen
this stream of smashups, that a meet
ing to reorganise the commission has
ibeen called for this afternoon at .the
i publicity Campaign Planned.
One of the principal phases of the '
new work of the commission wilt be
an extensive campaign of publicity on
the safety first movement. The new
commission, according to present
plans, will be smaller,"; consisting of
but five members.
Public service officials, heretofore
active members of the body, under the
new arrange ment will constitute in
advisory organisation, with no admin
istrative powers. These men have
been Captain of Police Moore, Bat
talion Chief Jay Stevens, Superintend
ent I. R. Alderman of the city schools,
B. F. Boynton of the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power company, and V.
8. Burkholder, general superintendent
of the Southern Pacific railroad.
Church Census Is Planned.
Announcement is mads that most of
the Protestant churches in the district
north of Fremont street and east of
Patton tvenu will Join in a house to
house canvas on Saturday, March 20,
to -obtain the -church end Sunday
school affiliation of . each family In
Ithat territory. j
but a wholesome
A11 Shopping Bags in
Every Size and Leather
All Dress Bags Reduced
Hours' Ocean Sail
21, 25, 29
fi H-e-. U 4 '
Or Aonti aad Offioa Vorth
ra raclflo, Oraat VortbAra, 8.
T.M Un Orrom Xlnctrlc, Orag-oa
TrasJc ui Tourist Ag-vnoUa.
The Ocean Way