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About The times. (Portland, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1911)
“Yankee! These p arts!” scoffed hla PLACES OF A M U SE M E N T East 33
“T hat's w hat I am !” m aintained Mr.
! Clayton em phatically. ‘‘I'm the most
I dyed In the wool Yankee th at ever—
! "M anufactured a wooden nutm eg.”
finished Mr. H anford quietly.
"Go on w ith the story, Miss T rayle," HEILIG "A Fool There Was.”
urged Miss Gray im patiently. "W e've
A n O rie n tal T ale
;; | Interrupted you lim es enough. A rthur,
LYRIC ” I lie (¡ay Deceivers."
MAJESTIC—Moving pictures. '
B y C L A R ISSA M A C H IE •• “ Well, 1 scrubbed the bracelet clean
I outside and inside and wore It the next
day when I w ent ashore. W e had
C op yrigh t b y A m e rica n r r e s s A ss o - . .
been spending the m orning in the S u
leim an m osque and wero standing on
the steps w aiting for our carriage to
PEOPLE'S -Moving pictures.
On the third evening afte r th e tour- convey us to the hotel for luncheon
j ist steam er N eptune left Constantino- when father suddenly saw Mr. Jussor
men, the raisin exporter, nnd dashed
I pie the little group of people whom down
steps to intercept him, leav
! congenial Interests had draw n togetk- ing me the alone.
[ er out of the hundreds of passengers
ORPHEUM THEATER -Main 201
! aboard the big ship gathered their “Then from the shadow of the tall
A 1020. Matinee Every Day—
seven chairs in friendly proxim ity.
Professor Trayle laid his hand on there emerged the tall, lean form of Week Jan. 7—Max Wilson, Ger
an d a d in spotless w hite, w ith a man comedian.
the soft w hite w rist of his daughter, a fez m on
back of his dark head. He
Madeline. "I uotiee th at my d aughter w as a the
m an of m iddle uge, I should
HEIL1G -Seventh and Taylor. EAST
is w earing her filigree liraeelet this think,
COR. EAST YAMHILL
his h air w as iron gray, and Phones:
evening, and it rem inds m e th at there there w and
Main 1 and A 1122. Seats 63
is a story connec ted w ith its purchase his black eyes.
now selling—Robert Hilliard, in
in C onstantinople.”
the play like no qther, “ A Fool
"Good!” cried Mr. H anford, and his
out one lean brown finger nnd There Was.”
w ife echoed a p p ro v a l in her quiet ed
the bracelet on my w rist. At
voice. “W e have had the story of ’A touched
BAKER Main 2, A 5360. Geo.
the sam e tim e ho raised his eyebrow s
C arpet From M azaudaran' and also Inquiringly.
the alluring tale of 'Tne C ry staf Ball' w ere so much dignity nnd com m and In ‘‘The Baker,
and w hat Miss G ray saw in It. Let his m anner that I found m yself taking
us have th e bracelet story, and m ind refuge In French and explaining vol EMPRESS—(Formerly Grand).
you om it no dctnlls. Miss T rayle.”
ubly how I enme by the bracelet.
" It’s really the plainest sort of “n e listened closely and when I —Sullivan & Considine. Refined
story,” protested Miss Trayle. “I had bad finished held out Ills hand w ith vaudeville. Park and Washing
180 G rand Avenue
planned, when my tu rn cam e, to relate
com m anding gesture, bnt still ton. Main 992, A 4992. Matinee
th e w onderful adventure fath er had another
he did not u tte r a sound." M adeline
w ith the bronze teapot.”
“Ah, my dear, th a t is my very own her fath er’s hand, slipped It over her Murphy, sketch.
story,” laughed the professor. “I see own
round w rist.
th at Mr. Felton has unrolled th e car A lexander
PANTAGES—7th and Alder.—
w as w atching her
pet of M azandaran, on which no m an w ith a lover's Felton
vaudeville. Week Jan.
can sit and tell other than th e tru th , nnd charm . They had Just become en 7—Arabs, 10
so rem em ber th at the old legend ap gaged, these two, and the m ystic ear-
plies to both sexes.”
Matinee daily. Cur
They all laughed as A lexander Felton
had w itnessed th eir betrothal. Orchestra.
tain 2:30, 7:15 p. m. Boxes and
spread th e ancient bit of carpet w hich wilds
he had found in a rem ote interior quietly Inform ed of th e delightful se first row balcony reserved. A-2236.
province and M adeline T rayle w ith a cret
single graceful m ovem ent sank to a beautiful girl had become a favorite LYRIC -4th and Stark—“ The
348 MARKET STREET
P h o t o c o p y r ig h t b y A m e r ic a n P resa A s s o c ia tio n .
seat upon Us silken texture.
ong them ever since th e big ship Gay Deceivers.” Week of Jan 7.
“F ather and I spent a day am ong th e am
bazaars in Constantinople,” she began, before they rejoiced in her happiness
"but we could not discover anything
WILLIAM SULZER, LEADER IN THE PASSPORT FIGHT.
Rhone Main 5645. Rea. Phone E6185.
th at of th e m an who had wooed
th at resem bled the bracelet I w anted. and
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
A dear friend of m ine In New York her M adeline
Multnomah County.— The Foott Titus
exchanged a sw ift glance For
T was by no accident th at W illiam Sulzer occupied the center of the
Machinery House, a Corporation, plaintiff,
possessed a filigree bracelet which w ith her lover,
K. Carlson, defendant.
stage during the agitation In congress for the abrogation of the
w as considered a perfect specim en of ped to th e filigree bracelet shim m ering
treaty with Russia. Of course be Is chairm an of the bouse foreign
To A. K. Carlson, the above-named defend
B yzantine sliver work. I m ay as well on her arm .
and H ydraulic Engineer
relations com m ittee, which would naturally h are to deal w ith such
save words by saying now th a t this “W hat did you do, Miss T rayle? Did In the name of the State of Oregon: You 587 Civil
E. 15th St. N. P ortland, Ore.
a proposition, but even more naturally the Hon. Mr. Sulzer takes to a
give him th e bracelet?” asked Mrs. and answer the complaint filed against you
Aght In defense of his principles and has done so ever since his entrance
"My friend said th e bracelet had you
in the above entitled action, on or before the
into public life as a m em ber of the New York assem bly tw enty-one years
of six weeks from the date of the
ago. H e was forem ost am ong those who advocated w ar w ith Spain
“Yes, of course I did. W ho could expiration
first publication of this summons, to-wit: on gineenng, Construction Superinten
nnd has alw ays been a politician of the aggressive type and as such the
10th, A. 1). 1912, and, if
be an easy m atter to duplicate It. The
fail to so appear and answer, for want dence, Reports and Estim ates on P roj
Idol of his radical New York east side constituency. As an appreciative
of his bund nnd th e authority In his you
thereof the plaintiff will take judgment ects, W ater Supply, Irrigation, Sewer
biographer once said of him. "he isn’t brazen, but he’s six feet in his
I didn’t dare do nnythlng else. against you for the sum of Eleven H undred age.
Now Lu’m bor Exchange Bldg.
th a t th ere w as not another bracelet eyes?
Forty-Six and 22-100 Dollars and for
bath slippers, nnd he has red h a ir ”
like Em ily D rake’s In all C onstantino I sim ply rem oved the bracelet and and
the further sum of One Hundred and Fifty
Dollars attorney’s fee, and for the plaintiff’s
ple unless it w as worn by some fnlr gave e It snatched
Your business should bo repre
and d is b u rse m e n t herein; and also for
It eagerly, pressed It costs
denizen of the city. T hus spoke the to “H
sale of certain attached property belong sented in THE) TIMES. We in
hlB Ups and then exam ined th e deli the
ing to you, to-wit: 34 shares of the capital
shopkeepers In th e bazaar.
of the Foott-Titus Machinery House, an terest ninety-two and one-half
“F ath e r has a friend who is in ter cate w ork, nodding Ills head nflirma- stock
Oregon Corporation, which property has beer per cent. THE TIMES will give
ested in the raisin Industry, and this tively as he seemed to recognize ev duly attached in this action.
tracery of leaf and blossom and This summons is published pursuant to an you the best run for your money
gentlem an has a villa on a vine clad ery
of the Hon. W. N. Oatens, Judge of
twig. Then he looked w ithin the brace order
slope beyond the tip of the Golden let,
above entitled court, which order is dated you ever had. Figure it out with
and all th e light seem ed to die out the
December 27th. A. D. 1911. The date of the us.
Horn, and it literally overhangs the
publication hereof is December 30th. A.
countenance. Before th at It first
Bosporus sea. W e drove out there of his glowing,
D. 1911, and the date of the last publication
as If a candle had been hereof
is February 10th, A. D. 1912.
and spent a day, and on o ur retu rn to looked
inside, If you know w hat I
V .V .W /A W .V .W .W A W .V Í
C onstantinople we m et an Itinerant lighted
J. M. HADDOCK,
peddler, w ho offered me this bracelet worn nnd very contem ptuous as he
Attorney for Plaintiff.
“O f course we did not bargain long
of first publication, December 30th.
the bracelet back In my hand. A. Date
for it. It did not need his clever tale dropped
only did he speak, and, to my Date of last publication, February 10th.
of Its having once belonged to the sul Then
You can quench your in
A. D. 1912.
he spoke In English.
ta n ’s favorite, who tired of th e bauble surprise,
ward fire with just as good
and gave it to a slave w om an, who in “ ‘It Is the w rong one, m adam ,’ he
tu rn sold It to our peddler. H e asked said. ‘I crave a thousand pardons.'
“ hootch” at the following
a ridiculous price, and fa th er paid It “ ‘You have lost one like it?’ I asked PORTLAND CONSULAR AND
VICE CONSULAR OFFICES.
h im .
w ithout a m urm ur.
OPEN SHOP bars, and not
"W e had not proceeded m ore than “ 'My dau gh ter w ore it th e day she
a hundred yards before the peddier
have the enjoyment les
w as a t o ur horse's beels, begging for since,’ he m uttered, and, w ith a deep
sened by a big union card.
another w ord w ith my father. Of bow, he disappeared ju st as fath er of consular and vice consular of
course fath er had spoken to th e m an cam e hack.
These life-saving stations
In his own language, and now he un “W e talked It over th at evening, and fices represented in Portland:
derstood the babel of sounds th at I told fath er how closely th e m an had
are classed as not being fair
poured from his lips. As th e sounds exam ined the filigree bracelet and ap
w ere accom panied by an outstretched peared to recognize th at It w as not
by labor publications. Web
palm I knew the m an w anted money the one he sought. So fath er produced
for som ething, and I saw fath er toss his m agnifying glass, and we, too. Chile—A. R. Vejar.
ster says fair means “ pleas
the peddler a tw enty plaster piece and searched the Inside of the bracelet.
ing to the eye—beautiful.”
listen w ith interest to a long recital, H idden aw ay on an obscure w iry tw ig
accom panied by m uch gesticulation. w ere tiny letters, enlightening us as ond street.
We claim that these places
Yes, indeed, father, you did appear I to the reason for his contem pt for my
much interested In the story the man bauble.
qualify according to Web
" It read ‘Made In G erm any/ and
"W hen w e w ere onee m ore on our pouf w ent nil the pretty story of the Marquam building.
way tow ard th e city fath er related j sultan's favorite."
th e story th e m an bad sold to him “The sultan 's favorite m ay have Germany—O. Lohan, 31 Hamil
for 20 plasters. It w as a good story, been th e daughter of your dark eyed ton building.
well w orth 30 plasters, father, dear. stranger," rem arked Miss Gray
Great Britain—James Laidlaw,
I do believe you secured a bargain j thoughtfully.
in th at story!” M adeline sm iled m is “And your friend’s bracelet might Ainsworth building.
chievously up Into her fath er’s rueful be th e genuine article,” added A rthur
128 6th St.
as they all arose and pre Japan—M. Ida, 219 Henry
“Rem em ber, you’re sitting on th e Clayton
carpet of truth, my dear,” he w arned j “I shall w rite to Emily D rake an y
w ay nnd teM her to look Inside her Mexico F. A. Spencer, 46 Front [
“It w as a good story,” protested bracelet
for any Indications th at hers
Is th e genuine filigree bracelet,” de street North.
“Ah, do tell l t r cried Mrs. H anford clared
127 6th St.
Madeline, accepting A lexander
Felton's hand to assist her from her Peru—Barrette Carlos, ear" C. j
“I’lease do,” chim ed In the others
on th e carpet.
"T he story w ent th at th e saltan j seat
One by one the others bade good
bought It from a fortune teller, who night
and strolled nw ay until at last Switzerland—A. Z. Bigger.
predicted th n t w hatever woman wore there rem
only M adeline and her
It on her arm m ight m arry the richest father and ained
A lexander Felton. Pro
4th and Alder
m an in th e world. One can well im- J
T rayle got up to go and, pass
agine the supercilious Incredulity of fessor
ing, leaned over and kissed tils daugh Belgium—C. Henri Labbe, Lab-
the sultan nnd the disdain w ith which te
he waved th e story teller aside Well, "In
of the fact thnt your brace be building.
JEFFERY FARNOL, AUTHOR OF “THE BROAD HIGHWAY."
never mind w hether fath er and I be let w as spite
G erm any,’ my dear,” Chile John Reid, 514 Lumber.
lieved the story or not. T he bracelet be said quietly, In “the
A LTHOtTQH T b s Broad Hlvbway” baa boen one of the most popo
bolds good, for In m arrying Alex, here, Exchange.
tion for both of us. and I will confess you
lar novels published In the United States for years, It was re
are m arrying the richest man In
th at as soon ns we reached the Nep th e world."
Great Britain—J. Ernest Laid
/- % Jected by New York publishers, to whom It was Orat offered.
tune th at afteruoJh I hastened to my M adeline w as startled. "W hy, fa law, Ainsworth building.
and was Issued In London before a Boston Arm bought the
stateroom nnd scrubbed It vigorously ther. w hat do you m ean?" she asked
American rights. Jeffery Farnol. the author, who Is little more than
w ith soap and w nter until it became "Alex will tell you,” said the pro j France—C. Henri Labbe, Labbe
thirty years old. made a runaway marriage before be was of age and
left hie home In Kant to seek his literary fortune In America. Having
and bs slipped sw ay and left building (consular agent).
“It's Incredible how filthy some of fessor,
small success In writing, ha turned his hand to scene painting and was
that native Jewelry Is.” remarked Miss
Netherlands — John William
for a time attached to a New York theater. He returned to England
“You will tell me?” she pleaded as
Gray, with a shudder of dlarust.
with his wife and little «tri te And himself forgiven by bis fatber-tn
bis arm closed about her “What did Mathes, 213 Wells-Fargo building.
law and to bo acclaimed a writer of dashing romance As his principal
tala amount of coll laid on the article father m ean?"
novel Indicates, be has made himself, by years of rambling, familiar
Increases Its Interest and naturally “H e meant that because you are Nicaragua and Honduras—R.
with most of the highways and byways of the beautiful county of Kent,
6th and Stark
Ita value.” laughed her nephew. Ar marrying me I am the richest man In Chilcott, 306 MeKay building.
along which readers of "The Broad Highway" trace the bero s progress
thur Clayton. "I’ll confese to oaa fed the world." said Alexander Felton ten Sweden—Valdemar Liddell, 26
of mine when T ib traveling around derly. And ao tbs tradition of tbs
filigree bracelet was fulfilled after afi. North Sixth street.
these parts sod"—
■!' H -l- l- l- M -H ' H -H -l-l-l-l-l-t-f
East Water Street
C . J. W I L S O N
Arthur D. M onteith