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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1821.
.THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON.
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plcturea, "A lie in Hanscrland." whlcn
wr aecnratf by J. J. Handaaker, state
director of tha Near East relief, durtn
Uat iiimmer, will be abown tonight at
f -M at the T. M. C. A., at the Pmrk
roee school at 1:t0; Wednesday, at 7 :30
p. m. at the Baptist missionary chapel.
410 Kaat rorty-fourih atreet; at 7:J0
Thttraday at the Kenton United Presby
terian chureh. and in G res ham on Fri
day in the afternoon at l:J and in the BO0lk
1 U1IIL.I VUbU I IUI1I.1
ON POLICE COSTS
How to run a police department was
discussed at length by Chairman Mai-
A t-V av aa 4La a-.r4 elrtaW aaeaJI aj.m fcaBpsi n
taVVJ WaV aaUej MJ, BVU.yA f Hllli MUtf VUllVl a- a
Uon commission and Chief Jenkins of
George AVbei. is a superior court jud-a
of the county. Acret had chaired that
it was common pracaco for the two
brothers to file affidarita of prejudice
SaTalnat Judge Sheeka, the other member
of the superior court bench.
Abel States that he baa tried but 10
criminal eases duringr Acret's term of
office, and has filed but two affidavits
of prejudice; that ha bai aerer tiki at
that the prosecutor and Bis deputy bays I
filed probably-St affidavits of prejudice j
to bis one.
Men admire clever women, but seldom
'Afjanwoa raawrt al pracadiiie day.
evening at 7 :30,
Best to Before School Charged with
stealing a quantity of jewelry from: the
home of Dr. C W. Cornelius. 711 Wayne
street, several montha ago. Vincent
Cms. 17-year-old Filipino boy. was sent
to the state reform school after a hear
ing Monday in the Juvenile court Crug
was formerly employed aa a servant in
the home of Dr. Cornelius
BbcparC't Aate Baa Lfnei Portland
BX Helena-Astoria division : Leave port
land 12 p. m., 7 :0 a. nu. 10 a m.. 1 p. a,
:li p. m. Leave Astoria 7:11 a. nv, 10
a. m 1:10 p. tn.. : P. rs aal p. m.
Saturday. Sunday and holidays. Buaaaa
leave Bt. Charles hotsU 104 Morrison
street Yelephone Marshall 43SL Adv.
Iaiaitilal Acrldeat SpeakerWilliam
T. Kirk of the state Induatrial accident
commission will speak on the work of
the commission at the weekly luncheon
of the Social Workers' association at
the Oregon hotel grill at 11 :1S p. m.
Wednesday. Non-members may tele
phone for reservations to Main 2441.
World Peace" at Opes. Foram The
Open Forum of Democracy will hold Its
regular meeting in room A, Central
library. Wednesday at I p. m. The topic
for discussion will be. "World Pence."
Dr. 3. S. Hardy will preside and intro
duce the subject
Sfeesara't Ante tret Llaee -Multnomah
Fails division. Leave Portland 0:30 a.
nv, 11 a. m.. 1 :45 p. m. ; 4 :S0 p. m. dally.
Leave Multnomah Falls 7 :15aa. m.. 11 :ll
m.. 11 :B pt m.. 4 p. m. end f :10 p. m.
daily. Busses leave 8t Charles hotel.
104 Morrison street Telephone Marshall
War Hero Dlee Bombadier William
Ratch, British World war veteran who
was gassed and ahell-ahocked, died alter
aa operation in the Portland Surgical
Sunday, the twenty-first
Chairman Mulkey put tiie chief through
a long line of questions having to do
with the personnel of the department
(he number and distribution of patrol
men and the manner in which the work
was divided and conducted. He wanted
to know, among other things, why Port
land had more policemen than some
other cities of similar class so far aa
population and area la concerned. The
fact that this is a seaport was responsi
ble for that the chief explained, because
it waa necessary to provide for harbor
patrol and other similar protective work.
Apparently Senator Mulkey Is in favor
of putting; the policemen on wheels so
far as possible, as he cited other places
where one patrolman operating an auto
mobile and working In conjunction with
another at a 'booth was able to cover aa
much territory aa eight patrolmen ail
working on foot
The commission will go into the finan
cial details of the police department
budget Tuesday afternoon.
14 I hospital
Hlstl Devil CoailDg Willie Gloom.
Artie Crpehangr, Johnny Optimism.
Sammy Proa parity and. hist! they eay.
even the devil himself are to be at the
Ad club luncheon Wednesday noon at
the Benson. All will perform In a little
skit entitled ""Vote 'ar Unanimoua." the
histrionics having to do with the expo
sition, and the program being Intended
by the club to win the cash prise of
fared by the exposition committee for
the best argument In behalf of the 1925
' eipoeltloa tax presented through a civic
clob" program. The masio of the day
will be furnished by Percy Campbell and
bis American Concert band.
VTtU Hear Orlevsaeea a board of ap
peals to review grievances of disabled
war veterans relative to their govern
ment compensation awards or vocational
training privileges has been organised
in Seattle, according to Information
calved here. This will enable hundreds
of ex-eervlce men In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho to have their cases re
considered. Appeale for review may be
made by man. The board a beadquar-
Urs la at the Unite Statra Veterans'
bureau. Seattle. '
Drag Store Takst Lease Negotiations
were completed Monday for a'flve-yaar
Wase on 21 by "5 feet of floor apace la
the lobby of the Oregon hotel to the
Stout-Lyons Drug company at an annual
rental of approximately I10.000. Alter
ations to the building for the ecoommo
laUon ef the new tenant were begun
today and the store will be open to the
public about December 15. The drug
concern also operates a store In the
Terkina hotel and one at Third and
Aatelepe Ktllera Seagkt Confirmation
ef reports that antelope are being
slsasbtared by sheep and cattle men in
Southeastern Oregon and ' Northern
Nevada caused the state game com
mission, in aeaalon Monday, to authorise
payment of rewarda of $100 for Informa
tion leading to the arrest and oonvla
tlon of persons responsible for the kill
loe It was also voted that a special
game warden be placed in the Lake
county district January 1.
a.eparc'i A a to Bee llaee Portland-Aatorla-Seaaide
division Leave Port
lend 7:10 a. nr. 10:00 a. m., 1 :00 p. na,
4:1 p. m. Leaving Astoria 7 :15 a. nv.
I:1S a. m., 10:00 a. m, 1 :10 p. na 1:43
p. m. and t :li p. m. Direct connections
et Astoria to end from Seaside and
Clatsop Beach points. Busses leave St
Charles hotel. 204 Morrison street Tele
phone Marshall 4111. Adv.
Leetare as Irlaa An illustrated lee
- ture showing conditions In Ireland will
be given In HI hernia hall. 140 Russell
street at 1:11 Thursday evening. The
Tlev. William L. Qulnn, general aecre
tary of the Marquette league. VTill de-
mer the lecture. It will he give under
the auspices of the ladles' auxiliary of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Perused TUtajeeeh Cedilla Stage,
Heyt hotel, dally at 1:13 a. nv and 1 p.
m. Special arrangements made for fish
ing parties Adv. ,
If etaodlsts PredoaWaate Methodists
predominate among the members of the
young men'a division of the T. M. C. A.,
sreordlng to a survey made by Charlea
W. atoyl. executive seeretary of the dl-
niversary of his birth. Relatives : will
arrive from Vancouver, B. C
8kesarda Asto e Lines Portland-
Hood River division. Leave Portland
t :10 s m.. 11 a. m, 1 :45 p. m. and 4 :10
p. m. dally. Leave Hood River 1:30 a.
m., 11 a. m.. 1:20 p. m. and 4:10 p. m.
dally. Buasee leave St Charlea hotel. 304
Morrison st Telephone Mar. 438L Adv.
Service! for Jewa A soecisl service
for the Jews will be held tonight at
o'clock at Primitive church. East Tenth
ana Weidler streets. Rev. Frederick
Hoffmen will speak and Charles H.
Hart will sing.
Portland-Xewberg ta Leave Fourth
end Aider dally. 1, :30, 11 a. m.. and L
1:30, 4:13, 3:10, 4:20 p. m. ; Saturday
and Sunday 11:13 p. m. Phone Mais
Hlattloaary to Speak Rev. J. T. Taylor.
for many yeara a missionary in India,
speak at the Alberta Free Methodist
church. East, Thirtieth and Wygant
streets, Wednesday at I p. m.
J. K. Teal leavlne Taylor street dock
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ( a.
m.; leaving Dalles Wednesday, Friday.
Sunday, 7 a. m. Fare, 3L Main 8065.
Salem-Hllla City Stage Connects O.
E. trains Nos. 5 and 9 for Mill City.
Joseph, Hamman, Salem. Prop. Adv.
Str. America St. fleiens via Columbia
river, 1 :10 p. m. dairy ; 11 :30 a. m. Sun
day, Alder st dock. Main 3333. Adv.
Pertlaad'Saleai Stage Leaves Seward
hotel. Tenth and Alder, every hour from
7 a. ra. to 7 p. m. Fare. $1.60. Adv.
Feet Hull See our foot specialist
X-ray services tree. Knight Shoe com
pany. Morrison near Broadway. Adv.
8k aV H. Green Stamps for Cash Hol
man Fuel Co.. Main 363. 660-tX Adv.
Br. Marts East, Lafayette building.
313 H Washington street Adv.
Br. E. A. Sommer returned. Adv.
Abel Denies Crime
Wave in Any Part
On His Shoulders
Montesano, Wash., Nov. 15. W. H.
Abel of Montesano hss issued a state
ment replying to charges made by the
prosecuting attorney, George Acret that
some responsibility for the prevalence of
crime in this county is due to the fact
that Abel anS his brother. A. M. A hoi
and recently returned to America, will 1 are attorneys and a third" brother.
War Navies Doomed!
The Exposition Tax
tti.s te. $y? f 1
Sanitarium and Office
To restore health to a high standard
In a depleted body, approximately
two factors are supreme a renewed
blood stream and expert direction of
treatment Our Milk Diet Treatment
' Is unsurpassed In its stimulating ef
fect on the circulation. Our wide ex
perience In. treating obstinate chronic
diseases has made it possible to secure
highly gratifying resliiu in the ma
jority of cases where surgical atten
tion is not the unquestioned need- AH
patients treated osteopathicalty. Terms
include our services.
The Moore Sanitarium
328 Hawthorne at 27th
JJ1t-,ffi, lift- -Hv
In a Great City Like
Portland, It Is Desirable
That Banking Facilities
s Be Available
Many business firms find it convenient to do
"business as usual' on Saturday. Many indi
viduals find Saturday afternoon the only time
suitable for their banking. That is why
The Broadway Bank is open all
day Saturdays until 8 o'clock
4 interest paid on refoltr iivints tccounts,
3 f interest on special savings accounts, subject
No charge for collection of out-of-town checks.
No chirfe for checkinr accounts, ehxtever the size
Buy your bonds here
HEIFETZ, famous Victor
vioHnist, is here to play for
us in concert. Hear and enjoy his
great art rendered in person, then
on your Victrola.
Here are some of Heifetz' finest Victor
Meditation (Glazounow) , 5125
Turkish March, $1.25
Minuet (Porpora-Kreisler), $125
Scherzo Tarantelle, $1.75
Ave Maria, $1.75
Hebrew Melody, $1.75
On Wings of Song, $1.75
Gypsy Airs $1.75
Symphonie Espagnole, $1.75
Sherman Iflav &. Go.
Sixth sad Morrison Streets
SEATTLE TACOMA SPOXAN
The Piano Will Be a Steinway
One lady said
"I'd rather go without some of my meals and save
up to pay for one of your Washers, than to do with
out the Washer and stand over a Washboard."
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Tweeds Velours Bolivias
"I am certainly delighted with the Allmetal Washer,
washes the clothes dean."
(And that's what it was made for.)
took advantage of the sale at the Gas Co. at
Never such a snap!
The Smash that made People Talk
A few left don't wait till this lot is sold.
At the Gas Office
Last week, scores and scores of buyers
came to our store in response to our
great offering of $39.50 coats..
New models have since arrived and
beginning tomorrow you may select
from the finest assortment of women's
coats shown thus far this season.
Youth will want these coats, for they
fairly breathe of youth. The mature
woman enjoys them also, for they take
many years from her appearance.
If you need a coat this winter, by all
means see this excellent showing early,
Handsome Coats $11 .Jrj
for Children A J
Polo cloths and velours are the leading materials in these most serviceable coats for
the children. They are the kind of coats the children can wear right through until
spring. Sizes 10 to 16 years and all the wanted colors.
There are not miny more shop pint, dsys until
Christrrm. The sensible thin to do is to
mike your selections now, before the big
rush comes. We surest hosiery or petti
coats 8S an ideal fift Complete lines and
prices to meet the needs of all.
at Tenth St.
CREDIT IS YOURS
FOR THE ASKING
At our store. It isn't a question of how much
ready cash have you. Rather, do you want
the merchandise. If so, just open an account
here and arrange payments to suit your own
convenience. You'll find this the easy shop
Price List of Gasco Furnaces, Nov, 15, 1921
"Bungalow" $125 Installed
"Pipe W $150 Installed, tip
"GaSCOM (Almost Human) $20Q ItUtavlled, UP
Thermostatic Control without Clock $37.50
Thermostatic Control with Clock.. . .$50.00 ind Up
Hot Air Ducts and Air Return Extra if not in. Connect
ing existing ducts $5 per duct
The Perfection of House Heating
Best Quality and Highest Efficiency for the Least
Demonstrated at Gas Office . ,
Aider near nitis Portland Gas & Coke Co.
Saturday, November 19
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