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ERIDAY, ' SEPTEMBER? 8,
PLEA TO VACATE
A.str having ben carried on the
.i calendar for many weeks, the petition
tor vacation of the plat and streets of
, Chelrnaford is to be given jiQj, further
.consideration by the city council. The
council took the position that if the
streets -were, vacated others should be
dedicated so as to give the public ac
cess' across this property, but the pe
titioners showed no inclination to do
this and the entire matter was
dropped at Wednesday's session of the
Several other street vacation peti--tions"
are scheduled to have public
hearings soon, among them being the
ones desired by the school board in the
vicinity of the Hoiladay school site. It
is expected that this will be strongly
opposed by some of the property own
ers of that territory.
- The time for this hearing is set for
September 13. The school board asks
for, the vacation of Kast Eighth street,
between Halsey and Wasco streets,
sand of Clackamas street, between Kast
- Seventh and East Ninth" streets, so as
to create a compact area for the pro
poeietl new : Holiaday school. The
school board also is asking for the
' vacation of East 58th street, between
Thompson and Sacramento streets.
October 4 is the time set for a pub
lic hearing on the petition for vacation
of the west,3n feet of 13th street, be
tween Hall and College streets, asked
for by L. W. Herman and V. S. Skiff.
On the same date a public hearing
will be given on the petition', of J. S.
. McKInney and H. E. Harris for the
vacation of that portion of Columbia
boulevard from Mohawk street ex
tended easterly between blocks 3 and
4 of Caples' addition.
Vacation of an alley in block 3 of
. Byrnes' addition is set for a public
hearing before, the council on Sep
GARAGE PERMIT ILLEGAL;
PLAN NEW APPLICATION
The city council has decided that
4t action in granting a permit to L..
R. Bailey to construct a. public ga
rage on King street near Washington
street was illegal because one of ttie
property owners within the 200-foot
area, Adolphe Wolfe, was not notified
of the original hearing. The permit
was revoked and Bailey will have to
."-file a new application. At the same
time the application of Strong & Mac
'Siaughtort fot- a permit to erect a pub
lic garage on property adjacent to the
Bailey site will be heard.
CITY HALL BRIEFS
The city council has granted to Ef
fie D. Simmons a permit to 'alter and
maintain a three-story building as an
apartment house on Heights Terrace,
between 14th, and 16th streets.
Remonstrances have -been filed
against the city granting the applica
tion of W; P:. Hoffman for a permit to
erect and maintain a. two-story frame
apartment house on East 14th street,
between Hancock and Tillamook
streets. The matter has been referred
' to Commissioner Barbur for his rec
ommendation. A. N. Guffney wants permission
' from the city council to move a black
smith shop, a one-story frame build
ing, to a location on East 17th street,
between Marion avenue and Clatsop
street, and . maintain a shop there.
This has called forth protests and
Commissioner Barbur will investigate
and report his findings.
City Auditor Funk has sent to prop
' erty owners within the assessment
districts notifications of the 'proposed
f assessments on two pieces of public
. work on which the apportionments
have beem made and are now open for
' Inspection., Any objections must be
: ffted by September 17. One is for $1947
; for the Improvement of Nevada street.
from Corbett street to Fifth avenue,
I'onil the? nthlr is ffr Ifi for the
improvement of East 27th street,
' from Cora to Franci3 avenue.
s The assessment .has been spread for
th Improvement of Alberta street,
from Gay street to Denver avenue,
I tiw total amount being $4385.30.
Last Wednesday was the time for
- opening of bids for construction of
th! Vaughn street and 32d street
" sewer system, but not a single con-
tractor put In an offer. The reason
for this is not apparent. The construc
, tion la not, considered especially diffi
'. cult by the public works department.
. The work will be readvertised far bids
'within a. short time.
The city council has adopted a reso
. lution of intention to construct a
sewer in FUanders street, froim the
. west line of 10th street to the VTirlam-
ette river. It also adopted the reso-
lution of intention to carry on the dis-
trict improvement of 50th avenue
southeast, from 72d to 73d streets
southeast, and the improvement of
j 73d street southeast, from 48th to 45th
LEADERS IN RAIL
STRIKE MEET TODAY
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committee, which is perfecting plans
; for the policy meeting Monday..
- Despite the persistent rumors of
peace, rail executives generally con-
tinue to deny that they werev enter
ing Into any agreement with the shop
GOVERNMENT TO PROPOSE
MODIFICATION OF ORDER
( By Universal Service)
"Washington. Sept.. 8. Drastle modi
fication of the railroad strike injunc
tion order i will be proposed by the
government1 when the case is called
next Monday in Chicago before Fed
eral Judge WUkerson, it became known
authoritatively today. '
.-The government will move to elim
inate from I the order all the .restric
tions imposed upon contributions to
: the strike funds and the publication
of interview, statements and other
. news relating to the Btrike.
, " It also will asjt to have other modi-
-Yteatiorrs made in order te meet
objections that have been raised since
its- iasuanc. mainly on the point that
certain specifications in the older are
'in vldiaUonj of the constitution. .
There W understood to be little
doubt that after the order has been
radically modified the Injunction
temporarily! granted by Judge Wilker
son will be made permanent.
Th- position of the deparsnent of
Justice- ts understood to be Aha t the
injunction iorder will be strengthened
in its general effect by having such
extraneous matters as the publication
of strike news ana the contribution of
funds eliminated. Explanation of the
of the department la this re.
rpect was made - that the order Itself
was : hastily drawn and that, as is
usual in all injunction proceedings, it
was desired to leave out nothing that
might he put in for the purposes sought
to be accomplished by the order.
XO HASTY PCJUSjnaEyT
It is also authoritatively stated that
duE&g the interim before the injunc
UoriNs modified there will be no dis
position on the part of the government
to administer punishment to persons
who might violate those provisions in
the injunction order which -are to be
eliminated upon the government's
Senator Borah was called to the de
partment of justice yesterday for con
ference with Attorney General Daugh
erty on the injunction proceedings.. They
discussed the injunction order in detail,
and while the attorney general made
no statement as to what the course of
the government with respect to the
order would be. Senator oBrah told him
very frankly what n!s opinion of cer
tain features of the order were.
BORAH SAPS IXJCXCTIOJf
"My opinion of the injunction order
as given to the attorney general is
that there are provisions in it which
are beyond the power of the court to
grant, are in violation of the. consti
tution and do not help the govern
ment's case," . Senator Borah said.
"On the other hand, the inclusion of
certain of these provisions in the in
junction order will retard and delay
the adjustment of the controversy. In
my opinion. Among other chings to
which 1 directed attention were the
clauses tying up the funds of the
strikers, and the matters relating to
their freedom of speech and assembly.
I believe such matters should not be
in the injunction order and that they
hurt the government's case rather
than help it."
The conference between the attorney
general and Senator Borah lasted
about three-quarters of an hour.
IMPEACHMENT NOT TOPIC
The question of possible proceedings
for impeachment of Attorney General
Daugherty and Judge Wilkerson was
not discussed by them, but when Sena
tor Borah returned to the capitol he
replied to the telegram sent to him
yesterday by John J. Dowd, chair
man of the general strike committee
of New York,-who wired the senator
asking him to start impeachment ac
tion. Senator Borah replied to this
message as follows:
"-Will reply fully to your telegram
aftr hearing next week. In the mean
ttirfe may I say that I am thoroughly
in sympathy with any plan to preserve
unhampered the guarantees found in
our constitution. After all. we find the
old constitution a fine charter in time
of trouble, do we not? Iet us stand up
for it regardless of who would under
take to disregard it or violate it. Will
communicate fully with you after the
SHOPMEX ARE REPORTED BACK
ON JOBS IN WASHINGTON
Spokane. "Wash., Sept. 8. Railway
hop strikers are returning to work in
considerable! numbers throughout east
ern Washington and Idaho, and work
ing forces on the four main lines en
tering Spokane are being steadily aug
mented until at many points they are
close to normal.
This is the word given out Thursday
by local rail officials. At Hillyard,
where 934 Great Northern men walked
out, a force of approximately 900 is at
work, according to J. M. Hurley, shop
IS TEMPORARILY HALTED
Washington. Sept. 8. (I. X. S.) The
Daugherty strike injunction was ren
dered temporarily unenforcable today
in the District of Columbia when
United States Attorney Gordon and
United States Marshal Snyder were
ordered to appear in the district su
preme court tomorrow to show cause
why they should not be enjoined from
enforcing the Chicago writ. The ac
tion is that brought by the Interna
tional Brotherhood of Elertrical Work
ers to test the validity of the injunc
tion. LABOR BOARD MEMBER IS
HASTENING TO CHICAGO
Important railway labor matters are
causing members of the United States
railway labor board to hasten to Chi
cago for a special meeting early next
week, according to a statement made
by William A. McMeniman, labor mem
ber of the board, who passed through
Portland Thursday night en route to
McMeniman has been on vacation
since June, when the strike of the shop
crafts occurred. Ill health, following
a period of strenuous work, caused
him to seek relaxation in the Hawaiian
islands. McMeniman is credited with
arrangement of negotiations which re
sulted in aversion of a strike by main
tenance of way workers and signal
Boad District Tax ,
Levies Are Cut in
Budget for County
Walla Walla, Wash.. Sept g. Cuts
of from one to two mills on road dis
trict tax levies of the county have been
made by the Walla Walla county com
missioners in preparing the financial
budget for the coming year. The
county road fund totals $62,874.61. with
which the commissions feel they can
maintain roads of the county at stand
ard and take care of new roads.
September 15 was set as the date
for the opening of a permanent high
way in the Garden region, the cost of
which is expected to be in the neigh
borhood of $35,000.
The commissioners also decided to
cut the current expense levy for next
year from four to four and a half
mills and the road and bridge levy
from foar mills to three.
Faced by Member .
Of Tribal Council
Klamath Falls. Sept. 8. Clayton
Kirk, a member of the tribal council
of the Klamath Indians, and long
prominent in Indian affairs, Thursday
was- arrested on a liquor charge, filed
by Justice of the Peace Snook of Chil
oqutn. He is held under bond of $2500.
The liquor charge came in connection
with a charge of contributing to the
delinquency of minor Indian girls
filed against Kirk, Labor day.
' According to Justice Snook, the girls
were plied with liquor, believed to
havie been drugged, while Tiding in
Kirk's car. and were in a deplorable
condition when found. A- bottle of
alleged liquor found in the car is be
ing analyzed. Kirk's wife and three
children reside1 here, tha youngest a
child born Labor day.
BANDIT'S TICTIM DIES
. Eugene, Sept. 8. H. A. Vaughan, 48.
who was shot at Tampico, Mexico, by
a Mexican bandit June 7. died in a
Houston, Texas, hospital while under
going an operation to remove the bullet
from bis head, according' to word re
ceived by his parents, Mr. and, Mrs.
A. L Vaughan of Walterrille. The
brwlw will ttav hmiwlif fw tamHal
S. P. & S. TO USE
Passenger trains of the S. P. & S.
will use the Union station as their
terminal beginning Sunday, according
to arrangements completed between
the Northern Pacific Terminal com
pany and the S. P. & S. officials. New
tracks and platforms have been com
pleted at the Union station for ac
commodation of the additional traffic.
With the movement of the S. P. &
S. trains to the Union station all
passenger train service will be consoli
dated to the central depot. The only
trains continuing to operate out of the
North Bank station will be the Oregon
Klectric trains to valley points.
Kntrance of the S. P. & S. to use of
the Union station marks the first com
plete consolidation of terminal use
since the days of general control and
marks another period of progress in
Portland's railroad history. Since the
entrance of the Hill and Harriman
lines the two interests have been
forced to use separate terminals be
cause of competitive conditions. A
public demand for consolidated ter
minal service caused an agreement be
tween the executives of the Northern
lines and the present users of the
Since several trains operating to the
Clatsop beach resorts will be with
drawn effective today, a total of 10
trains will be moved to the Union
station, including four trains each
way on the Astoria division and one
train each way between Portland and
DAIL EIREANN TO
Dublin. Sept. 8. (I. N. S.) Free
State troops today began a sweeping
movement to round up the republican
Irregulars, particularly in Limerick
and Tipperary counties, preliminary to
the meeting of the Dail Eireann in this
city Saturday. Several battles were
fought and many republicans captured.
Communication between Dublin and
Cork is still interrupted.
Whether Eamonn De Valera will
make a dramatic appearance in Dublin
tomorrow to attend the Dail meeting
While many republicans will be re
leased from jal) to attend the Dail
meeting, the government has decided
not to release Zean O'Kelly, "Sinn Fein
ambassador to Paris."
Claims aggregating $45,000,000 for
damage done in the warfare between
Free Staters and Irregulars will come
before the Dail.
Fines Imposed on
Accused Caught in
Workers' Club Raid
H. C. Corder. in charge of the In
dependent Hotel and Restaurant
Workers' club. No. 107 Sixth street,
was fined $50 In municipal court
Thursday evening on a charge of vio
lating the prohibition ordinance.
Fred McLean, also arrested for vio
lating the prohibition ordinance, was
Police testified that they found
three men gambling at a table, who
gave their names as J. L. Wilson, Nick
Matthews and J. Curtis. They were
fined $10 each.
Charges of visiting a gambling game,
brought against Forrest Green, John
Huston, Frank Wilson and C. E.
Hughes were dismissed. Two others
arrested will appear for trial later.
Mill Fire Loss Is
$75,000; Five Are
Injured at Blaze
Centralia, Wash., Sept. 8. The saw
mill of the H. H. Martin Lumber com
pany, located one mile north of Cen
tralia, was destroyed by fire Thursday
night, with a loss estimated at $75,000.
The mill had been in operation for
some time, with a capacity output of
80.000 feet per eight-hour shift.
Three Centralia firemen, Henry An
drews, H. M. Whetzel and Frank Ross
well, were seriously injured by the
collapse of the burning mill. Two
civilians also were slightly injured
while fighting the fire. Piles of lum
ber on the dock were dumped into
the pond by firemen, who were at work
this morning keeping the' fire from
spreading to the planing mill, across
the pond from the burning debris.
Vancouver, Wash., Sept. 8. The fol
lowing marriage licenses were issued
here Thursday: Robert Allison, 54,
and Eva D. Pickard, 60, Portland ; W.
A. Beardon, 33, Vancouver barracks,
and Agnes A. VanLon Surra t, 27. Port
land ; Edward Hoyle. 25, Eugene, and
Celia DeVon, 22. Ontario. Or. ; Max
O. Oeck, 30, and Charlotte E. Guggen
han, 30, Roslyn. Wash. ; Thaddeus C.
Zlelinski, 26, and Marie E. Krimmert,
24, Portland ; Wallace N. Livingston.
27, and Hannah Butler, 28, Portland ;
Byron C. Hodge, 21. and Bernice P.
Rodgers, 18. Portland : Avery Ellis, 49,
and Fannie Gotcher, 45. Grants Pass.
Or. : John L. Hudson, legal, and Eliza
beth Cuddeback. legal. Portland : Al
bert M. Spell man. 23, and Mae Cudde
back, 19. Portland.
Wood Pipe of
Water System of
- 1864 Unearthed
Vancouver. Wash., Sept. 8. A
section of wood pipe, eight feet
long, from the first pressure water
system laid in Vancouver In. 1864.
was unearthed by workmen dig
ging the ditch for the steam heat
ing system of the Vancouver Steam
&. Manufacturing company, and is
at the shop of Chat Knight. No.
1014 Daniels street. The pipe was
made from a fir sapling and has a
hole three inches in diameter. Mike
Win tier was head of the first water
company and the pipe line extended
down- Main street, with short
branches on side streets. Months
were consumed in boring the pipes,
which were in short sections and
fastened at the joints .with Iron
bands. Before the pipe line was
laid water hauled from the river
was sold to the residents for 25
cents a barrel..' "- 5-
STATE OF OREGON TAKES
1 HIS LIFE AS PENALTY
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OF 25 GIVES ;
LIFE FOR MISDEED
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fersen and Beeman of Multnomah
county were present.
Howard killed Sweeney while the
latter was demonstrating an automo
bile which Howard planned to "buy.
In his confession Howard asserted that
the desire to purchase the car and lack
of funds with which to buy it ledhim
to slay Sweeney with a wrench as
they were riding about a mile from
The body, he said, he kept in', the
tonneau of the car until night, covered
with a robe, while he drove about,
purchased a trunk and made other
preparations for disposing of it. After
dark he threw it in the Owyhee river.
Later, he said, he became frightened,
fearing that the body would rise to) the
surface, and, wading into the rivefi, he
recovered it. He dragged the body to
the Arthur Palmer place at Watson,
dug a five-foot grave and buried it,
the operations taking the whole night.
Frequently, he said, he was forced to
The crime was not discovered until
nearly two months after Sweeney 'dis
appeared. Long absence of Sweeney
alarmed friends and an investigation
followed. Howard had told friends he
had purchased the car, but details in
his story led suspicion In his direc
tion and he was traced and arrested,
later confessing. He asserted that he
had killed Sweeney during a quarrel.
In self defense, but later admitted that
he had murdered him.
An eleventh hour appeal was made
last night to Governpr Olcott buti the
state executive remained unmoved.
The appeal which was in the form
of petitions bearing the signature of
more than 1300 Oregon residents, land
representing all sections of the state,
asked that Howard's sentence of djeath
be commuted to life imprisonments This
appeal was backed up by brief oral,
arguments by B. F. Mulkey and Cj W.
Garland, Portland attorneys, in; an
effort to move the governor to . the
extension of executive clemency. "
Rev. Father Buck of the Catholic
church here also entered a plea in be
half of Howard. Commutation of, the
sentence to life imprisonment, he' de
clared, would meet with the general ap
proval of the Catholic people of the
Lack of funds and lack of influen
tial friends was responsible for- the
speedy sentencing of Howard to death,
according to Mulkey. Howard, he
pointed out, was defended by two young
attorneys named by the court. .nd;waa
convicted almost entirely upon his town
The crime, according to Mulkey, was
not premeditated but was committed
during a fight between the two men
arising out of a dispute over an auto
"If capital punishmept is not1 re
served for deliberate, premeditated
murders the people in the state will rise
up and wipe it off the statute books,"
Mulkey deolared, adding that the death
penalty was not nearly so popular in
Oregon today as it was three or ;four
months ago. ?
Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
H. Howard, live at Rockstille, in the
extreme southern corner of Malheur
county, 67 miles from the nearest tele
phone or telegraph station, according
to Father Buck, who told the gov
ernor that because of poverty the fath
er had been unable to visit hisj son
since Howard was placed in the state
prison here. Howard was raised in
Made for Jobbers
Vigorous protest against the elimina
tion of the former differential in rates
on shipments of carload and less than
carload lots of freight by intercoastal
steamship companies was voiced Thurs
day noon by the Foreign committee of
the Chamber of Commerce during a.
meeting held in the Oregon building.
Members of the committee said that
elimination pf the differential Would
upset the ditsributive business of the
city. Jobbers have complained 'that
they will be forced out of busineias if
they are unable to obtain better rates
on large shipments than the consumer
who orders small quantities.
TAXI MAS ACCUSED
Walla. Walla. Wash., Sept. 8.4-Ef-forts
of authorities at the United
States Veterans' hospital here to ; halt
liquor traffic on the hospiral grounds
led to the arrest of E, Bennett of
the Bennett Tailcab company of , this
city at the hospital on a charge of
having liquor in bis possession. , He
is held pending instructions from
United States Attorney Jeffreys at
YaJtima. ' t
X. P. BESTOKES TKAIXS
Centralia. Wash., Sept. 8. The
Northern Pacific's evening trains on
the Grays Harbor branch, between
Centralia and Gate, taken off recently
due to the strike, Wednesday evening
were restored to schedule. !
FIRE 8EA8OX, EXTESDEl
Imbler. Sept. S. The fire season on
the Whitman national forest east of
here has been extended, to September
file a. new application. At-the same
have been notified i .
FOR STREET WORK
Oregon City, Sept. 8 -VTwo contracts,
one for sewer district No. 14, andt an
other for concrete pavement in block
4. in the alley between Fifth and
Sixth streets, from Main to Water
street, were awarded by -the street
,The former, which calls for about
500 feet of sewer in slock 4. Holmes
addition, was awarded to Harry Ber
dine. Mike Long was given the con
tract for the paving.
A bid for macadamizing John Adams
street between Seventh and Ninth,
submitted by Berdine, .was held up
pending an investigation to determine
whether or not the property owners
in that section desire to pay for the
improvement, which will cost $7050.
. The city attorney was ordered to
draw up an ordinance declaring the
city's intention to put in macadam
improvements on Third-street, between
Madison and Jefferson streets. Prop
erty owners on Twelfth street, be
tween Center and Washington streets,
have been notified to improve side
walks. Film WiU Feature
White Pine Blister
.White pine blister rust will be fea
tured in a motion picture to be filmed
by the United States department of
agriculture through Frederick W.
Perkins. G. 1:1 Stillinger of the bureau
of plant pathology, who came down
from Seattle to direct the picture,
stated this morning. The . picture will
be for general aducational purposes.
Building perojits for operations of $1000
and more, issned 'September 6. 1922:
William R I,nrv. t-rert Trfdew. 6322
I 43d st. S. K. . between 3d and 64th arenne;;
builder, R. St. James, $300(1.
Alfred J. Dime, ereot residence, 1594 Fen
wick, between Iximbajd and Rusaett; builder,
Mclntire & Westeott, $3600.
S. N. Boquist. erect residence. 2211 Moral
are., between Peerlesa place and Imperial ave. ;
builder, w. I. Sweartneen. 43f,o.
Stone estate, repair store and whop. 117
N. Broadway, between Flanders and lisan :
builder. Chart pg W. Krtz 'o., JSOOO.
Louis VV right, erect residence. 1530 K.
Hoyt t., between K. ftbth and K. 57th sU N.;
builder, Lewis .Wright, $2500.
V. K. Icy, erect residence, H27 E. 4 2d
at. 8. E.. between H7th are. and 64th ae. ;
builder, i V. Tillofcvon. 17 5.
Ii H. Eaatham, erect residence. 1174 K.
2Sth at. between KiUinesworth and Jarrett:
builder. H. N. Urimm, SH200.
W. W. Yager, erect rtfidence. 11K E.
Pine St.. between 3'JUi and 4 1st sts. ; builder,
S. Kanl. erect rseldence. ' E. 2Kth
St., between Skidmore and 1'rescott sts.;
builder. IL Phillips. S4 00O.
A. Carry, repair stores and office. 82 4th
St.. between' Oak an.i Stark ts. ; builders, Van
derhoof Hros.. S12UO.
Noel Hesgard. erect residence, 1 SOU Irirision
St.. between 70th and 71st sts.; builder, same:
W. Carty, erect, residence. 8H5 liamblett
are., between E. 27th and K. 2Sth st?.. N.;
bulider, Matct Construction Co.. $12,000.-
marriages, Births. Deaths.
Lou J. Wellman, legal, Silverton, Or., and
Frances M. Semolke. legal, Portland, Or.
Alfred V. Roberts, leeaj. 347 11th st.. and
Ereljn Cheeley legal. 408 13th st.
Frank F. Neels. 495 Jefferson st, and
Gladys Abelson, 212 East 10th st.
John P. Masterson , legal. Sixes, Or., and
Vemioe G. Robbing, legal, Portland, Or.
Henry Loufer, 21, 228 Malcolm street, and
Edith Leichner, 18, Portland. Or.
Max FaJmer Forte. 25. 107 East 52d st.
N.. and Starian A. Eastment, 21, 1121 Wood
William A. Putnam. 22, 288 Lincoln st,
and Eiiabeth May Collins. 19. 288 Lineohf st.
Andrew J. Walters, legal, Adrian, Mich.,
and Ardell M. Hagenbuch, lefral. Portland, Or.
Fred C K-och. legal, Chicago. 111., and
Elisabeth W. Mnller. legal. 80S Longrean aTe.
W G. SMITH St CO.. Sll Morgan Bids.
PALMER To Mr. and Mrs. Alb Donaldson
Palmer, 1212 Woodward ave., Aug. 30, a
McELVAIN To Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Mc
Elvain, 1817 Gloucester. Sept. 4, a son.
ALLAIN To Mr. and Mrs. Ale A. Allain,
1557 Jordan, Sept. 5. a daughter.
PACLSON To Mr. and Mrs. Alex V. Paul
son. 0315 62d st.. Aug. 2tJ a son.
JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs. Orson C. John
son. 6315 02d st, Aug. 30, a daughter.
OLSEN To Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olsen.
239 E. 62d. Aug. 30. a son.
LVNDSTROM - To Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Lundstrom, 49 E. 9th. Sept. 3, a son.
BENNETT To Mr. and Mrs. Fred 8. Ben
nett, 8104 65th ave. S. E.. a daughter.
ZIMMERMAN To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zim
merman, 7891 Keniiworth, Sept. 3, a
HAG EM AN- To Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hageman,
627 Ladd ave., Aug. 30, a daughter.
TONYCH To Mr. and Mrs. Tony Yonych,
1110 E. Harrison, Ang. 80. a daughter.
NOLAN To Mr. and Mrs. Henry U. Nolan.
1204 E. Harrison, Aug. 29. a son.
JENKINS To Mr and Mrs. J. Henry Jenk
ins. 57th and Skidmore, Ang. 29, a son.
HEBERT To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Hebert,
584 Broadway drive. Aug. '27. a eon.
EDWARDS To Mr. and Mrs. Earl P.. Ed
wards. 751 E. 59th N.. Aue. 26. daughter
Mac DONALD To Mr. and Mrs. Donald A
MacDonald. 2621 E. 4 7th, Aug. 26. a
NAGEL To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P Nagel
3713 70th" S. E., Aug. 28. a son.
SHELLHOUS Zatha Kuella Shellhous. 6824
62d ave.. Sept 8. 17 years, eclampia.
CARLSTROM Arthur Carls trom, Portland
sanitarium. Sept 6, 32 years, valvular
BIRCH Wm. Birch, St Vincents sanitarium.
Sept 4, 28 years, hemorrhage. Run over
by switch engine.
PETTY Thomas Petty. St Vincents sani
tarium. Sept I, 34 years, pulmonary em
bolism. PEASE Litwford Pease. 1193 49th are.,
Sept 6, 88 years, lobar pneumonia.
KESSLER Mrs. Fannie Ke&sler, 807 Cor
bett, Sept 6. 40 years, coronary artery'
DCBINSKT Raehael Dubinaky, 784 2d. 4 7
yea-rs, cancer of liver.
ALBERT Lena Magdelene Albert, 1056
Grand ave. N-, Sept 4. 72 years; cerebral
THOMPSON Agnes Nye Thompson. 982 E.
3Bth. Sept 2, 90 years; -sub-acute gastritis.
EADE Ethel D. Eade, St Vincents hospital.
Sept. 5. 33 yean; hyperthroidism ; acuta
dilatation of heart
LOVETT James Lovett 1084 DenTer a vs..
Sept 3. 88 years; pernicious' anemia.
JOHN'SON-Martha, Johnson. 889 Thunnan,
Sept 4. 31 years; diabetes meUids.
HOLMAN Mary Ellen Holman. 486 E. 9th
N.. Sept 4. 45 years; diabetes melftia.
fade frost year eld ors-ssi
strs naur tne prtoo. ar nsss rssae
Isead yoor rags ad wools clothe
stall Orders. Sead tor Bookies
si JRofs St m fHsauio. SliM
MoRTHMfSST MUSI CO.
SPECIAL NOTICES 101
SEA 1JI 'proposals, accompanied by piano and
specification, addressed to the btunsees of
fice. Oregon Agrienltnral College. CorrsJlis,
Oregon for the famishing and installation of
two hdrisontsl straight water steam boilers of
approximate 10OO H P. will bo received st
the office of ' the business aisnagxr, ' until 2
o'clock p. am. September 16, 1922. Bids must
bo made in strict accordance with tha tastrue
tioris to bidders, which may bo obtained of
K. M. Duffy. Maaaser Basneos Office. Oregon
AsiavulUuaal noHara. Camilla Qreani
XOTiCa Of UEKTbtu 7 COUNTS SOaUk
Katies fe baretiy cln tual oai Hondas
September 11. 122. tha board of raalLxaUoa
of UshsnMa eaoatj wilt attend at th at
fie of tat county war, at Ut Cowtbanae.
in Portfctnd. and publicly examine the a mum
Bsent folia for the jear 1923. and eorrest all
errors in valuation, deaenpttoa or qualities of
tends, lota or other Drooertr, aamsi 1 by the
county a awisaor. And 1: shall be too duty
a4 persons Interested to appear at to Ubm
and plaoe appointed. If it shall appear to
each board of eqvahsatioa that tuer ars
any tead or lots or other prupart assessed
twice, cr incorrectly assessed aa 19 descrip
tion or quantity, and is the name of a per
son of persons not tha owner thereof. NaT ar
aesaed voder or beyond- toe actual cash
aloe the reef, said board may Biaka proper
conw-Hoai of the same. If it shall appear to
roch board that any land, lota or other prop
erty aaeasabte by the assessor ar mat ca
ressed, each board shall assess the sum st tha
full caah Tslue thereof.
HIRAM TJ. WELCH.
Portla-Hl. Or., snenst IB. 122.
I WILL not be responsible for any bills con
tracted by my wife after Sept. 6. (Siffned)
I WILL not be responsible for any debt or
bills contracted by my wife after Sept. 6.
1922. (Signed) Louis Vocri.
MEETING NOTICES 102
ORDER OF SCOTTISH
CLAN'S Clan Uacleay No.
122. O. 8. C. Begular
meeting Clan Macleay Fri
day. Sept. 8. 1922. Sd floor
Pythian temple. West Park
and Yamhill, 8 p. m. Visit
is clansmen welcome.
J. LALNG. Sec'y.
. iBE.V HUB. Court, No. t, meets this
IfTWiyi eremns m Asncs
58th street and .Foster road. Mount
Scott car to Archer place. Business
P. LARS EN. Scribe.
REfirLAfc meetinc tonight,
I. O. O. F. hall, 7:80 p. m."
Work in second decree. All
Odd Fellows incited.
J. W. KAVIS, N. 5.
V. I. SCOTT. Kec. See.
WINONA Rebekah lodge. No.
200, I. O. O. F., will hold
regular meeting at 8 p. m..
Friday. September 8, Kenton
Bank building. Social aesslon. Ke be tans
v LCLH HENZE. N- G-
FLORENCE POMKEE. Sec.
ACME Rebekah lodge. I. O
O F.. meets the second and
fourth Saturdays of each
month. 8 11th street, near
Stark. AD Odd Fellow and Rebekah strangers
in tha city are welcome.
BEATRICE IM1NCASTER. V C.
REBECCA ;RAT. See.
OREGON IX)IX:E NO. 101. A.
F ANI A. M. Special com
munication Saturday at 7 p . m.
Work in the E. A. degree
itors welcome. Order of W. M.
LESLIE 8. PARKER. Sec J.
SUN N TSIDE LOPGE NO- 16s,
A F AN1J A. M-. E. 88th and
Hawthorne. Spec! tomorrow
(Saturday), September 9, at -p.
m.. and also at 7 p. n- M. M.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO. 4S.
A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication tomorrow Satur
day) evening at 7 o'clock, E. 8th
and Burnside. E. A. degree. ij
itors welcome. Order of W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND. Sec'y.
Ml'LTNOMAH CIRCLE NO. 744 meets Fri
day evening at 8 o'clock. 18th and Taylor
streets. ELIZABETH LOVE.
ACME HIVE NO. 823 will gire a dance Fri
day eTening, Sept. 8. at W. O. W. hall
on 1 1th at. Angel food cake given as door
prize. Everybody welcome; good music and a
good tim.9 promUed all.
EMBLEM JEWELRT a specialty; buttons,
pins, chsrrni. Jaeger Bros-. 181-183 6th at.
GROSHON'O-e-In this city. Sept. 8, Sufan L.
Groahong, aged 85 years, beloved mother
of Mrs. Gertrude Leech. Remains are at the
chapel of Chambers Co., 248-50 Killingsworth
ave. Funeral notice in Sunday papers.
McNINEN At his late residence. 518 N.
Hartman St., Sept. 8. John C. McNinen.
beloved husband of Bertlia McNinen. Re
maina are at the parlors of Chambers Co., 248
Killingsworth ave. Funeral notice later.
RYAN At the residence, 785 Oregon st.
Sept 7. Mary A. Ryan, aged 58 years, wife
of William F. Ryan. Funeral notice later.
McEntee & Eijers, directors.
PAS8ADORE In this city. Sept 6. 102S
G. F. Fassadore. husband of Edith L. Pas
(adore, fother of Helen and Marion Pa-tsadore
brother of Theresa Laragetto, son-in-law of
A. Ceregnino. The funeral cortege will leave
Edward Holman Sc Son's, Third and Sahnon
streets, Saturday, Sept V. 1922. at 9:15 a.
m.. and proceed to St Michael's church, 4th
snd Mill streets, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be sung for the repose of his soul.
commencing at 9 :30 a. m. Final services
will be held at the -chapel of Edward Holman
& Son at 2 p. m. interment Rose City
SHERMAN" The funeral cortege of the late
Claude Sherman of 445 Columbia st, will
leave Finleys' Mortuary, Montgomery at 5th.
Saturday, Sept 9, at 8:90 a. ra.. and pro
ceed to St Mary's Cathedral, 15th- and Davis
sts., where mass will be celebrated st 9 . a. m.
Friends invited. Concluding service Mt Cal
LUND Sept 7. at the late residence. Oswego,
Or., Christina L. Lund, aged 80 years,
mother of Esther Lund and Mrs. Lottie West
man of Portland and Mrs. Anns, Erickson of
Oswego. The funeral service will be held
Saturday, Sept. 9, at 1 p. m., at Finley s
Mortuary, Montgomery at Sth. Friends in
vited. Concluding service. Oswego cemetery.
SMITH At 615 Msrion are.. Sept 7. 1922.
Thelma J. Smith, aged 21 years 9 months
10 days. The funeral services will be held
tomorrow (Saturday) Sept 9. at 2:80 o'clock
p. m. , from the residence funeral parlors of
Walter C. Kenworthy, 1532-1534 E. 13th
st, Sellwood. Friends invited. Interment Mt
Scott Park cemetery.
SCHELLHOCF Funeral services for Zetha
Luell Schellhouf will be held Saturday. Sep
tember 9, at 2 p. m.. at the mortuary chapel
of A. D. Kenworthy Sc Co.. 5802-04 92d sr.
S. E., in Lents. Friends invited. Concluding
services at Mount Scott Park cemetery.
ENGEL The funeral services for Baby
Charles Edward Engel will be held Satur
day. Sept 9. at 3 p. m., at the chapel of
Miller & Tracey. Interment Rose City ceme
tery. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 105
F. C. DUNNING. 13 CL
-The Family Sets the Pries."
414 E. Alder at ' Phono East 11.
THIRD AND SALMON
Snook & Whealdon
BELMONT AT 16TH. . TABOR !.
BAST ELEVENTH AND HAWTHORNS .
PHONE EAST 07SL
A. D. KENWORTHY B. 8. HENDERSON!
A. D. Kenworthy & Co.
S0 ttd st 8. L Ant SIS-SI.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH. MAIN 491
R. T. Byrnes aJSSS?
901 Williams Ave. 0ZZO XQ.VITAV
C E. WILSON. R. H. REED
CHAMBERS CO.. ra
Z48-50 Killings worth sve. Walnut 8808
Mc ENTER V EILERS-funeral parlors with all
the privacy of a home. lth and KverwU
sts. Phono Bdwy. 21 28. Auto. 631-SB.
MILLER st TRACEY. iTKMpendcot fuarmlS
doctors. Funerals T8 and op. Washtngto
st Ella st Broadway 2C8I. Atrto. 18-44.
Is-sEVa tTJfUERTAKlNO CO! Psoas)
aKCWCa M,ia 4i6S. Cor. 8d at Clay.
A-R.ZellerCo Phone East II
THE PORTLAND MORTUARY, Marram si
fW t I i as - - .ass VsA a U .asVA a-
wast sada. Bdwy. 4,
yUi il hT3 ' i 'Jim 'rtei
H3T.ro SCHUMANN MARBLE UOBKS
S5 WASHINGTON ST.
FINE FLOWERS FOR ALL
We top mm Kohe
Smith's Flower Shop
"Portland's Progressive Florist"
Flowers for Ail Occasions
Main 72 15. T. C. Luke. Mgr.. 6th and Aide
LOST AND FOUND
THE following articles were found on the
cars of the Portland Railway, Light and
Power company, Sept. 6, 1922: 23 umbrelles.
pearl beads, S purses, 2 pins, 1 suitcase. 1
hand bag, 4 pair, 2 single gloves, blueprint. 4
packages, basket, fur. hat, batik book, card
case. cap. 2 coais. shawl, kettle and pan. 1
single earring, fountain pen, knife. Owners may
obtain same upon proper identification at First
and Alder street station.
LOST From machine, between Irvington and
Sellwood, a leather suitcase containing 2
men'a suits and other apparel; also deeds and
insurance papers; reward (35. J. L. Scott,
FOUND Logger's pack, on road between Mist
and Ciat.kanie. Sept. 3. Owner may have
same by identifying and paying tor adver
tising. Co-Operative Extension Work. Astoria,
LOST Roll of blankets and pillows, in striped
canvas cover. Labor day. on Loop road, oe
tween Welch 'a and Sandy; reward. Herbert
Bradley. 91 8d St.- Bdwy. 606S.
$10 REWARD to anyone returning my Colum
bia bicycle stolen from 600 E. Lincoln at.
last Tuesday. Call Tabor 0023. or 1201 E.
LOST OR STOLEN Irish setter, femais. 5
months old: a pet, named "RiDie." Ad
dress 248 East 31st st.. Portland, Oregon, on
collar. Liberal reward. Phone Tsbor 8PQ1.
LOST Beddinz and pillows, rolled in tent
Labor day on road between Hebo and Grand
Round: reward. Chas E. Odell, McMinnvUlev
Or.. Tel. White 241 1.
LOST Roll of 5 blankets and . 2 pillows.
rolled in brown canvas". Friday morning, be
tween Oaks park and 2 Oth and Flanders sts.
Return to caretaker Oaks park, reward.
LOST A black leather bag. containing keys.
picture and money; lost on 2d st- bet. Alder
and Morrison, rmder please call laoor ooi.
LOST Young male Scotch Collie, from 891
E. 37th st. north. Liberal reward. Pnone
Aut. 321 47.
LOST Ro- Cameo larajlier between 12th
and 23d. Clinton to Iivision its. Please
phone Sellwood 1020 70S Division.
LOST 3 large fox hounds, white with black
and tan marking; 3 males, 1 femsle. Ixist
east of Lenta; liberal reward. " Call Tab. 3264.
LOST In Arleta. or Lents district, brindle
bulldog, licence No. 3006. Phono Auto
matic (528-34. 3829 69t.h t
LOST Black-white pointer dog, Aug. 24.
Reward for information. J. E. Backenstos.
East 5515. "
LOST Female fox terrier, Wednesday, black
and white. Hodson, Automatic 626-70.
ALMOST black Persian male cat Holiaday
addition; $5 reward. East 8030. -
LOST Tuesday a. m., suitcase with child's
belongings; marked C. Gantenbein. East
LOST Wednesday or Thursday, taupe-colored
silk umbrella, bone handle, valued as a gift:
Finder call Walnut 0625 and receive reward.
TUESDAY, Sept 5. lady's open face gold
watch and pin; liberal reward. Telephone
WILL the party who picked up bundle con
taining working man s clothes kindly write
Mr. Roach at 119'V4 Fremont?
LOST- Wednesday, bunch of
please notify 552 Savier st
keys ; finder
LOST Brindle female - English bulldog;
ward. Phone Atwater 2765.
FOUND A ring. Please call Broadway 5264.
TUITION PRICES ADVANCE SEPTEMBER
On September 15th our fall and winter
prices go into effect All courses will then
be much higher. If you pay a small deposit
now you get the summer rate and you can
enter any time during the tall or winter. The
time is short: act now. Call today at 10 a. nv
and inspect our school or send for our big 112
page e.iog. Ask for book o. 4.
AleUVV AUTO A AVIATION SCHOOL
874 Waves Street Corner Union Ave.
BEGIN EARNING MONEY QUICKLY
Enroll, for day or summer school at thai
great business college, the training school for
success. Courses include comptometer, stenog
raphy, banking, bookkeeping, private sec re
tar is L Writs or phone Main S90 for free
Fourth near Morrison, Portland.
"We Put Business Into You;
Then You Into Business1
A Business College of Distinction
(Formerly - Link's Business College)
TCford bldg.. 407 Morrison. Bdwy. BOSS
Prepares one for sanitarium work, phjctala
asdstsnt or private practice. Hydrotherapy
is also taught Portland School of Massage.
Ine., 414-15 Stock Exchange bldg.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE will teach you
the trade in eight weeks ; receive some pay
while seaming; positions secured. Write or
call for catalogue. 284 Burnside st
TEACHER will give private instruction.
arithmetic, grammar or any other of the
elementary school subjects ; children And sd tilts.
Phone Walnut 0238.
DECKER BUSINESS COLLEGE
Alieky Bids. 8d and Morrison.
OsEN THE YEAR ROUND
MEN, women, learn barber trade; wagrs while
teaming. Oregon Barber College, 23S Mad
Bsttway Telegraph Institota. 484 Railway
Exchange bids. Day and night
HELP WANTED MALE 201
TWO magazine or newspaper men; publish
er"sowTi offer; new proposition. 428 Ex
change bids. 2nd. and Stark.
T WANTED An experienced furniture sales
man for large furniture store; one with
Portland experience preferred. Good salary
snd permanent position to right party. N-81.
FORD PARTS ACCESSORIES MANAGER.
MUST HAVE WIDE EXPERIENCE AND
BE ABLE TO INCREASE BUSINESS AND
HOLD IT. STATE SALARY EXPECTED.
GIVE REFERENCES. D-285. JOURNAL.
A GOOD live salesman cava msks good money
" selling Chevroleta for me. Demonstrator
furnished. Good man Bert Hall. Chevrolet
Dealer. Oregon City. Or. '
LARGE New York publishing house has open
ins on their city sales force for two sales
men. Will pay 830 per week to beginners. 222
Failing Building. ; .
IF YOU are ' sn experienced masazine or
newspaper salesman you owe It to yourself to
investigate my offer to men who can sell. Mr.
Piper. 222 Failing buHding.
WANTED 2 mora salesmen with cars. If yon
have confidence in yourself we will teach
you the business. All commissions promptly
paid. 218 Stock Exchange bids.
MEN. do you want something to-do? ,r.000
metallic sign letters for sale. Aut. 525-19.
881 14th . ;
WANTED -Experienced collector, married
man preferred; good money to hustler.
Mr. Piper. 223 Failing Tridg. ,
PARTNER In established sroodssw bnrtnams;
plenty work: small investment; make from
85 to 810 s day. BOB; B wetland bldg.
3 TON' Republics, with Job in city : requires
25Q cash. Call Wittner, Bdwy. 8848.
WANTED Bids from msn - to clean, burned
bowse. 117 V Knott st ' Mrs. Hitter.
WANTED At once, man toJearn vulcanising
snd retrosdips. - Call 483 Hawthorne.
i.'iTHra wanted. CsU Broadway 145. ,
I . NORTHVjfTCTERK
HELP WATEI)-R1ALE 231
... , r met WASTXD
Northern Pseifla Railway Co. wtil asaptey'
sen st rates prescribed by tha TJ luted Siataa
railroad labor board aa feilowa;
, . .70o per hour
.T0 per homr
Sheet metal workara ........TOo par
Electricians . .T. . . . . . .70 per host
Stationary engineers ......... .Various rates
Stationary firemen. . .Yarious rata
Boilermakers ........70 to TO tts per son
Passenger car men. , ..TOo par hoof
Freight car stes par boo
Helpers, all classes ......... .470 par hoar
Mechanics and helpers aro allowed tins isd
otio-half for tins worked is excess of o hours
per day. - ,
Ycung men who desire to learn these trades
will be employed and gives aa opportunity
to do Kk
A strike now exists on the N orthero pacta
Apply to any roundhouse or shops o sa
NORTHERN PACIFIC BY. st Tacosma, Wash.
GRXAT KOBTHXBJ .
AT WAGES AUTHORISED
BY UNITED STATU
LABOR BOARXA '
TO REPLACE MXS -BOW
AGAINST DKCUIOa Os
UNITED STATES LABOR BOARIX,
APPLY J. J. FITZGERALD.
OB - i
, Dmsios I
' omot . j
828 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CXX
Union 8tatlon '
Car Repairers and Inspectors.
Telegraph Construction linens
SPOKANE. PORTLAND tk SEATTLE -
RAILWAY COMPAQ ;
RAILRO.'V MECHANICS WANTED
840 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDINO
WANTED 25 mill, sorting tail and
pond men. Have put our million per
manent double shift basis, operating two
8-hour shifts. Principal production red
wood; operating year round and are in
terested in men who want permanent
employment Minimum wage 4 2 He. per
hoar. Men who corns with us quick will
have best opportunity to sd vanes into
better paying poaitiona. '
CALIFORNIA aV OREGON LUMBER CO.
Brookings, Curry County, Or.
Investigate our Date Prune investment pUn
Better than bond or insurance policyj Sella to)
everyone everywhere. This new fruit marvel
now on display at 108. Tsnth st. Daap In sns
let's tell you sbout it ij
OREGON NURSERY COMPANY.
THOROUGHLY experienced tailors for sll yeas'
round work. Must giro references! ; H-luS,
JournsL ' i j
WANTED A partner In advertising) business"!
will stand investigation:
504 Buchanan bldg.
FIRST CLASS plumber , wanted, j r-183.
Journal. 1 .
HELP WANTED FEMALE 204
YOUNG woman wanted to do boose work
light washing and assist with cooking j sis
help with 2 young children. Good 'homo fo'
suitable help: $25 month with room asst.
board. Phono st once. Walnut 248S. '
ELDERLY woman for HgJit housework anil
earn or school girt 7 years old;; mother
works: wages. 1022 E. 8 Sth st 8. Auto.
Utf STRONG, capable girl IS or oret. to her
with housework ana care oi a smau cnu
dren. WU1 giro good none asdi send t-
schoot Phone Oak Grovo 1R. 'I t
LADY, experienced, wants housecleaning. washa
ing or other work; good work gnsrsntswd. '
Wstnut 6805. i ; . .
CONGENIAL' home for good girl or woman.
f 20 s month: time off each week; 2 small
children. 2 adults. Tabor 7174. '! j i
WANTED Girl or woman for general housai
wofk, experienced, small house. S in . family..
$85 month. 84th and Skidmore stia.
WANTED A com peunt woman for general'
housework on tana. Call Atwater S32S.
WANTED Womaa for housekeeper: in conn
try. middieaged preferred. Caul at stall 4
Yamhill market Mrs. Dngan. ' i
GIRL wanted to do general - housework an! t
- cooking. Apply- in person. 825. A lamed ,
Drive, eomer USthj ' - i
WANTED AMATEURS. PRIZES. .CANDlSf
GIRL; EXPERIENCED CHORUS G1RI-S..
APPLY MR. OWENS. CASINO THEATRE.
ANY GIRL m need of a friend, apply to theW
Salvation Army Kaame Home, atayrair gn4
Alexander rts. Phnne Msln 8450. D-M ear.
WANTED A waitress, resident; reference re-
ouirea. . Apply ou. ceierss nsu. asm sua.
Hsll sts. . -
WANTEI -Young lady for housework ia i
country town; no obiectjoa to tX child.!
Tsbor 77. - '--.'. ' t' ' ! - , i
CAN accommodato twov snoro pupils in out !
, eveniqar class in beauty culture, Bdwy. 835.j
WANTED A girt to assist is general suasawa'
work. Tabor Q4a. - t
0oUnue sB Fafiawtits Pae