Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 04, 1901, Page 5, Image 5

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Asatanenienta Tonlelit.
TxeU 'Bnlne, In "Theodora."
Cb3RA.T'S, THEATER "Huntlns for Haw
Ids.'" JiriROEQCITAN THEATER ilatine ana
etnlnK' Hi Henry's Minstrels.
s Charge Against John Dob Dis-
ED.-oa the blotter of the Unitea
SJtfe Court a day or twd ago appeared
af entry. ''United States va. John Doe,
dmlssed." The motion lor dlsmiBsal -wag
de by a former officer of tho court, and
1 was hunted up to find out who John
pa was. He said this was what he haa
ten anxious to find out for two years,
Ut had finally given It up and hid the
fcse dismissed. Over two years ago two
jrunks with peculiar Ipcke, which arrived
fn this city by rail from Puget Bound, at
tracted th,6 attention of a Customs In
spector, who forthwith sefeed them.' Oh
inspection It was found that one con
tained 100 flve-tael cans of opium, and tho
other 80 similar tins. The seizure waa
kept quiet in the hope that the owner ot
the trunks might turn up and Inquire
about them. He had evidently kept him
self informed in regard to the where
abouts of his property, which he had
hoped to smuggle in, and knew better
than to ask any questions and thus betray
himself. The opium was sold and the
proceeds handed over to Uncle Bam, and
an information was lodged against John
Dbe for smuggllpg opium. The case haa
remained on the- books of the court for
over two years In the hope that some day
John Doe might turn up, but as he never
put In an appearance, the authorities
finally concluded to dismiss the case.
Yamhill Loess Repaired. The repairs
and extensions of the slopes and dam at
the locks in Yamhill River, In charge of
captain iLangfltt, of the United States
Engineers, have been completed. Assist
ant Engineer Dai'id P.. Ogden, who has
been superintending the work, has re
turned to tho city and says that the
works, aro now In such condition as to
make practically Impossible a recurrence
of such damage as was caused by the
flood of last Winter. About 60,000 equate
feet of surface of the slopes on the sides
of the locks have been paved and rlp
rappsd with rock, and the dam has been
extended 55 feet Into the east bank. The
wing wall at the head of the look has
been extended about 25 feet Into the west
bank, and the banks above the rlprapplng
have been resloped at a lesser angle and
seeded to grass. It la thought that with
these Improvements tho works will be able
successfully to resist future floods in the
raging Yamhill. Boats are now running
regularly between Portland nnd McMInn
ville, up one day and down the next, ana
are loaded" to their full cabaeltv with
gxaln. The farmers of that section are
much pleased with the regular service.
HuNTswoMA Shot a ear. Will H.
Rowntree, traveling agent of the Honey
man Hardware Company in the sporting
goods department, accompanied by hla
wlfbt visited Spirit Lake, Idaho, a short
time ago. Spirit Lake Is one of the fa
vorite Summer reoorta of the people of
Spokane and affords excellent fishing,
when the fish are in the humor, and there
is good hunting in the Neighborhood.
Many of the newspaper men and other
wealthy oltizens of Spokane have Sum
mer residences on the ehores of this lake.
EOme say the lake was gh'en Its name oh
account of the vast quantity of spirits the
Indians living about It used to consume.
Others believe the name arose because
the spirits of the aforesaid Indiana haunt
the lake While Mr. and Mrs. Rowntreo
were hunting for ruffled grouse along the
shore of the lake, their pointer dog "put
up" a bear; that Is It scared the bear,
which climbed a tree. Mrs. Rowntree shot
the animal, and her husband was so proud
of her aklir with a gun that he has sent
the bear's skin to a noted Eastern taxi
dermist to be mounted. Hereafter the ani
mal will stand in the hall of the Rowntree
residence, holding a receiver for cards.
Growth of Monet Order System. An
abstract of the principal operations of the
postal money order system of the United
Btates for the fiscal rear endintr Juno so
190L has been issued by James T. Mfetoali, j
Bupenmenaent. Tne growth of the sys
tem as shown by his figures Is something
nonderful. The number of money orders
issued during tho past fiscal year was
86,834,267, an increase over the previous .fis
cal year of 3,671,217. The aggregate In
crease in the amount of issues was 53S,
D4S.658 01. The numbei1 ot money order
offices In operation is: DomoStlo, 30.5ZJ;
international, 4182. The fidelity and ac
curacy of the employes of this system is
evidenced by the fact that during the
past two years thoy have paid 68,293,876 or
ders, amounting- to $330,674,997 64, with ottly
the trifling loss of W&jfc from Improper
payments. The losses of the system from
fire, robbory. bad debts, etc, have
amounted to only J1E.016 83. Tho average
amotlnt of eaoh order issued was: lio
jnentic, 5?77; International, JIG M. Since
Its organization the system has Issued
474,446,104 orders, amounting to 54,2S6,7S8.-
New Beer t Old Bottles. Tho In
ftdvlsablllty of putting new wine Into old
bottles was explained many years ago.
but the same rule does not appjy to beer
this tipple bfeing a later discovery. Bot
tles "which have been emptied of beer arc
Just as good for refilling as when they
were first used. As bottled beer now fray.
Ma to tho ends of tho earth, so the empty
bottles travel back from all sorts of
places to the brewers. Probably few who
road this paragraph would think of ship
ping bottles for any distance in sacks,
but many are shipped in this way. in erne
of the breweries Ih this city are thou
sands of bottles which have come all the
way from Manila in sacks. Just plain, or
dinary burlap faOks. About 50 quart bot
t es fill a eack, and the breakage In the
Wg Journey from Manila to Portland av
erages about four bottles to a sack. For
tMs reason It pays better to ship them
u sacks than to pay for cases to put
tlem In. Of course, when the bottles are
filled with beer they are not shipped In
fjeks. The contents are too valuable for
&LAzn Asiono Grats. There was a
slight fire last night at the Multnomah
mills, near Nineteenth and Wilson streets
lte to a lighted' lamp being overturned!
Tne watchman placed the lamp on the
tp of corn saoks, and It fell and set lira
t( a small grain elevator, but the blase
-sifts easily extinguished. The alarm was
stnt from box No. 95 at 6.10 o'clock
Iwo Scorchers Caught. Two scorch -
Jers from Pulton, S. SpeakTe and O.
eakie, started to rate on their bicycles
breakneck speed yesterday along Third
greet, from Burnslde. Policemen Bop
els and Patton noticed their conduct,
sd on the return journey they stopped
re bicyclists and tooje them and their
t heels to the police station.
At the regular monthly meeting of tho
pngragaUon Ahavai Sholom for the elec
pon of officers, Mr. M. Gilbert was re
jected president for the seventh term;
ffacob Ashor, vice-president; secretary, L
Swett, treasurer, Simon Abrahams; trus
ses. John Dollar, L Kreodraan, A. Rosen
Btcin, L Dauttof. S. H. Abrahams. r
Patjcted Inside akd Out. The Uni
tarian Church, corner Seventh and Yam
Hill, 13 being" painted lnfelde and out at an
exfoaasfc of J2SO, whloh Hon. D. P. Thomp
son pajTs as his personal gift to the
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Headino for Portland. T&e police
5rmeiP!e? "M10, io lBcafesr;Ru1taell
Hill, 13 years old, who has run away from
Tacoma. He Is supposed-'to be coming to
this city.
SrSNRWl's -holdfast ctfrtaOi pfna. You
ed thecal "Tapy hdhJ f ask"
Biacxi Bxw Ttotroscn TlHr-HumcroTs
reports In regard to black bass of two to
. Pounds m weight, and occasionally
larger -oifes, being oaugHt In mafiy places
In hath thq Willamette and Columbia,
principally by persons, flsnlng'for calnsh,
are hailed with delight by sportsmen.
Tho immense numbers of young basd glvfi
prpmlse of fitio bass fishing ifl a, few
Years, and the duck hunters lOok forward
to voracious bass rapidly decreasing the
nuniber of carp by devouring the young
ones. The carp has n& friends. The fish
ermen despise It as '(rorthlcss, and h6
duck hunters hold it in high disrepute
for Waving eaten, up the wappatoes initheir
lakes andQestf oyed the canvasback ahoou
lng. All soriS' of schemes hare been tried
to rid tho lakes of carp, from draining oti
the water to putting lime In 1 but eijough
-ijj Unix xnemseives in tne mua to Keep
the lakes stocked. When the hunting
sejison comes1 and grain Is pilt out for the4
.dtfeks, the carp will eat u,alllf they
can get at it. Some, put the grain in
troughs, supported on-stakest Jso "as to bj
kept level with the surface of the water
which serve Very well. Dan Howe has
Inclosed a large tract 1lr shallow fcrater
with g fence of wire-netting", which keeps
me carp out. ae tnen feeds the dudkg in
the inclosure. It is hojjed that the black
bass will become so nttnterouB as to ex
termlnato the carp, Id which case they
will probably then proceed to exterxriinata
some other, Bpecles of .fish.
Halloween Prahes. Th people of
Portland generally have been congratu
lating themselves on the quiet manner in
which Halloween passed. This is protn
ably to be attributed equally to tho pre
cautions taken by tho police to prteervd
order, and to the storm which raged that
evening and made it unpleasant to b
abroad. Several cases of wanton deyiltry
are however reported. A heavy truck and
a covered wagon, apparently an expresa
or delivery wagon, were pushed over the
side of a bridge on Marshall street Into tha
ravine below, where they still He, and
frOmwhich it will be a troublesome Job to
extricate them. Any hoodlum who could,
consider such & piece Of malicious mis
chief .fun has an evil and perverted Im
agination whiOh will soma Cay get him
into trouble. It la a pity he can not be
detected and properly punished. Somo
thlog more in the nature of fun was the
action of a gang of boys In another part
of tho city, who secured a policeman's
unlrorm, helmet and star, and dressing the
tallest of their number In the rig sent
,nim out to terrify, other gangs of boys
In that district. They had lots of fun
seeing their "Impersonator" chasing boys,
and the impersonator was enjoying him
self highly till a real policeman took in
tne situation and began to chase the im
personator with the Intention of arrest
ing him for Impersonating a policeman.
This brought tho fun to a close in a
Paid Debts ot Drunken Husband,
A rather pitiful affair took place in a
broker's office the Other day, when a
woman called with her husband, a rail
road hand, to pay money to the amount
of $90, which he had borrowed from the
broker at "s'teen" per cent per month
and had dissipated in drinking and gam
bling. She said she had paid elmllar debts
contracted by him more than once be
fore, and gave him and the broker notice
that she would not pay any mote debts
of tho kind. The woman had money of
her own Which the dissolute, drunken refc-
robate was drawing on in this way dad
squanderlhg, for a man who Is drunk
stands a poor show of winning when ho
gambles. The wdman -with tears in her
eyes said ho was a good man and a kind
and loving husband when he was not
drinking, but as soon as he had leisure
froqi his work he went off and got drunk.
There are scores of men In every pro
fession oT whom one frequently hears it
said: "He is a talented man, and would
be an ornament to his profession ir he
did not drink, but he is always drUhk."
Duck Hunters shoot in hard Luck.
Duck hunters have been shooting in hard
luck this season. The' continued fine
weather and the low stags of water in
the lakes and pohds have beeH unxavor
ablo for them. As the best of the shoot
ing Is Over by Christmas, there are not
many Sundays left In Which good shooting
"may be looked for. The late rains have
brought up the water In tUe likes, and
the1 stormy weather has Drought lri a gOba
many ducks frOm the coast Baturday
evening as the gldaming mas eetUinf down
over tho landscape and Mount Hood,
glowing in the Idst rays ot the setting
sun, was the only bright or beautirui
thing to be seen, several large flocks or
ducks were spied passing over the city,
winging their way south, bound, as an
old hunter said, for the fields of tenddr
young wheat up the Willamette Valley.
as yesieraay was a nne day, it Is proo
able that the dUfck hunters had another
poor day's shooting. Duck hunters -say
tho climate Is really becoming undeslr
able on account Of too much fihe weather.
Relioious Shoutees Debate. It is
high time that some steps were taken tn
care for the demented -tfOman. whose in
coherent ravings artd wild actions, gener
ally at the corner or TJiird and Morn
sdn, form Mich -a paihfUl anc pitiable
spectacle, shocking to all, and especially
so to women. No one dan say that any
good purpose Is accomplished by such ex-
niDinons, wnicn might have been put a
stop to a year or more ago with benefit
to all concerned, for . tha Unfortunate
woman grows plainly more; artd more de
mented. She had lohg been considered in
sane by those who have heard her rav
ings. If she has no ftiehds to care for
her, it Is time for the authbrlties to take
her dafio In hand. Yesterday she was
challenged by another street speaker, who
is an enthusiast In religion and holds
forth down In the Whltechapel dlstricU
His closely cropped, bullet-shaped head
might well grate the shoulders of an an
archist, and ho appeared to bo expostu
lating with the woman because sho was
preaching to tho chlldfen of Gdd. Th
talking In this case Was mostly done by
tho man. Whose broken English was about
as unintelligible ao the woman's replies
The scene was pitiful, painful and dis
gusting. 1'obacco-suoke'rs Grow Tilub.-everhi
cigar-dealers report that the statements
published In regard to King Edward hav
ing cancer of the throat, as a result bf
smoking, have caused a perceptible fail-Jng-off
in the sale of cigars. The state
meius puDusned in regard to this matter
have doubtless some foundation in fact.
?Ut, af ifci lssa!a that K1-n EdWarQ
smoked 20 to 25 cigars dally, each costing
8, ana about the b!m of a Field Malv
shal's baton, the tobacco being black and
atrong Bmokers generally may console
themselves with the; idea that the per
centage of them likely to contract cancer
Ih tho throat is yery small Probably
the number of huge signs advertising
Cigars, which are now being painted on
blank walls of high buildings and other
available places, are intended to counter
act the malign influence of the roports
about the King's throat
Not for Governor. C. W. Pulton, of
Astoria, who has been in the city for ev-(
eral days, said yesterday to a represen
tative of The Oregonlan: "I wish to state,
Very emphatically, that I am not a candi
date for Governor; nor will I, under any
consideration whatever, allow my name
to come before the state convention as
such. All roports to tha contrary are ut
terly without foundation. Under no clr
cumstancoes will I be a candidate for tho
office or accept the nomination' Mr
Fulton did not care to be interviewed
further, and very politely excused him
self, taWls axd OlArk Meeting; Tomorrow.
Chairman H. W. Cbrbett, of the Oregon
State Commission 6n heLewis and Clark
Centennial, stated y&ferdav that h Unh.,
I, all those Interested wilL attend the meet
ing lf the Incorporators with the sub
scription committee and the committees
ffOhi the Chamber of Commerce, Board of
Trade apd Manufacturers' Association to
morrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
In the permanent exhibit rooms, 246 "Wash
ington street, t6 discuss tfie manner or
raising the UbcTlbti6RfTand to inVh nun
steps afl shall be deemed wise to fofwarfr
1 fVin nor.fonr.lht ft
tor Line .Steamers, Pnott'OAK-STREET
Dog dail;, ay 7 a; MV " "
fcFrnsf Other Satlors Laurels. Two
chip's apprentices of the Joker class,
'wefirififf sfaiaft Blue shits and gold-lace
caps, attended th association football
matOh last Baturday between the Clcoi
bienes add' the Institutes, and schemed to
got thuirinames In The Oregonlan to selid
homo to England. They met the scbrer
of the match and told him that ho Was In
correct in stating that Kay was one of
tho backs and Houghton one of the Wings,
find they wrote the names of Bayno and
WOotou matead. Further inquiry elicited
tho fact yesterday that Kay and Hough
ton did play, and played well,
Readt for All Cohers. Two Women
evangelists started to preach last night at
Fourth and Couch Streets, When Edward
Henry, aleaper of .Saloons, objected and
said that tho women were spoiling sa
loon traxle Tho women declined to deaso
speaking and Henry suddenly threw a ba
sinful of water over them. Policeman
Roberta appeared In sight Just then, and
he was attacked by Henry, who by this
time was furiously operating a small
hose. x The policeman just escaped a
drenching by making a flank attack on
Henry, Who was taken to Jail.
Judge William R. Ellis, of Pendleton,
Is In the city. v
W. J. Furnish, of Pendleton, was at the
Imperial yeSlefday.
Mr. Hy Eilero, of Eiler3 Piano House,
left for California Saturday.
.Dr. WilUam Kuykendall, Of Eugene, who
was in Portland sevecal days last week,
returned yesterday morning.
Mr. ahd Mrs. A. J. Farmer fahrtOUhde
the marriage of their daughter, Betnice
A. Farmer, to Mr. Fred O. Jennings.
Mr. G. A. Heldinger, manager of Elldrs
piano house at Spokane, and former man
ager ot. the Wiley B. Allen Co., Of Port
land, Is in the city.
A. L. Stephens left last lght on the
steamer Eider f6f San Francisco, accom
panied by his mother and sister, whbre
thoywlll spend the Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Mays left yesterday
morning for San Frimcisco, Where Mr.
Mays will argue a case before the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3. The following
Northwestern people are at New York
From Portland E. J. Fallihg, at the"
Murray Hill; Mrs. Q. Goodj Mrs. Flanders
at the Albemarle.
From Seattle-!. J. Pectraw and wife",
at tho Holland; T. Burke, at the Mah
hattan; E. H. Lewis, at the Herald
Square: H. Humphreys, at the Grand
From Walla Walla Mrs. Truax, at the
Catarrh is a disease affecting the blood.
Remove tho causae by taking Ho&d's Bar-saparilla.
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tfeVr Cbttttgc ttna Handsome itesi-
aetices Are, Elaine All Over That
Pari ot the City.
From, tho large number oJ htiildlng per
mfta tesued for th6 East Sldgt the past
two Weeks it is evident thdt there is no
failing off! in tho erection of 'cottages this
Pall, and indications are that the" build
ing' activity Will continue" eVcn thrbugh
the Winter months-. Which are approach
ing. In Central East Portland, along East
Taylor, at Sunnyside, along East Burn
Side and East Couch, and in Hdlladay's
addition, over 200 dwellings are being
completed, and on others -work is Just
parting. These buildings range fropi fHe
$1000 cottage to tho attractive residence
costing $3000 and $4000. There are places
in this district where four and six cot
tages are being built for rent, and tyhlch
Are a much better class of houses than
those usually put up for thi9 purpose.
Northward, in Alblna, and out toward
WoodlaWn, the building activity Is ex
traordinary. In the digtrict between Williams avenue
and East Seventh and Russell and Hart
cock, where every street has been Im
proved and sewers laid, it is estimated
that IS0.050 in building residences and re
constructing others has been expended
this year. Thi was brought about bv
tha- improvement of the streets. Itl Cen
tral East Portland the Improvement fit
the streets this year has greatly stimulated-
building", and that part of the city
is rapidly being built Up with handsomft
dwellings. The lettef-carrlers say fhnt
Oicy notice the Increase In the number or
residences all over the East Side.
Out in tho suburbs, the building' activ
ity continues. At MOunt Tabor. W. A.
Laldlaw has his $7000 dwelling under way.
H. C. Krty, of Mount Tabor, is having a
WOO dwelling put up on the Bast Lino
road, near the Methodist Church. tf
uneuana, also of MOUnt Tabor has 1ul t
finished 0 fine residence costing abbut
Atr Sellwood about 12 houses are uhder
construction. Here nho the Portland
wOoleh mill is being finished ahd the ma-
JSSIS1 Ji,W.6t5? lhai .nt I
plant will bfe combleted and in nmntHn
by the first or tho year, indicatidris ata
that a number of dwellings Will be re
quired at Sellwood to house the opera
tives. A hotel will also be fitted out
On tho Peninsula, north of St. Joans'
the building activity is manifest. At Mdh
taViila there has' been a remat'ltahin
NOVEMBER 4, 1901.
fsrowth, and ttailyl KeW dfitlagis hdVs
oeen jnit up. So all over tha East Bide
maj be seen the, s&ma wonderful progrsfc
In tho building llnbr Notwithstanding' tofe
great number of houses put up there ar
few vacant ones and Ih demand seem
to keep well up with the supply.
Hatifeom6 $ Dwelling.
The hatfdsorrfe dwelling of D. C. Powell,
on tho northwest corner of East Burnslde
and East Eighteenth streets. Is finished
and his family Have ju"st occupied It. The
fine, wide veranda fronting on East Burn
side and. East Eighteenth. suDDorted by
stono columns and large piers, with the
attractive appearance of the front of the
house, Is a combination much admired,
It is an eight-room, two-story residence,
The veranda fs seven and one-hajf feet
wide. There is a stone, foundation with
concrete floor In the basement Qn the lh.
side tha finish Is" In the natural wood, and
It contains all the modern convenience's,
The arrangement df the ro6m9, all of
O-ttTTED fit" MRS. SfORGAtf.
which aro large and convenient is particu
larly effective. Mr. and Mrs5. Powell have
Ohe of the most beautiful homes on East
Burnslde street, where so many handsome
dwellings hive been built the past few
yedrs. Tho dost was about 27CO.
Ort East Cdueh, between East Fifteenth
and East Sixteenth streets, are the 'new
dwellings of George W. StapletOh. and E.
J. Hall. The former is No, Cll, It Is a
two-etory, eight-room house of a very at
tractive design, The foundation is bf con
crete, and the inside is finished in the
natural fir. It contains all the modern
conveniences. The rooms are all large and
well arranged. One ot tho tiarlofs IS 14S1S,
and entered through column-supported en
trances. The cost was about $2600.
The dwelling of Mr. E. J. Hall, on the
tforner of East Sixteenth and East CbUcih
streets, id one Of the most attractive In
that part Of the elty. Fronting East Couch
is a wide veranda which Is reached by
meahs of wide stepd. The lhside Is iirf
ished In the natural wood. Mr. and Mrs.
Hall hdve furnished their home in keep.,
ing With the finishing. The cost was
hearty 45000.
In honor of the annual event we have
cut prices on all fine satin-finished, double-warp
table linens and napkins. Our
table linens stand the test ot the X-ray,
We ore headquarters for table linens,
blankets, quilts and curtains. MoAllen &.
McDonnell, corner Third and Morrison.
Go to 305 Washington for the best din
ners and lunches In the city. Always the
best Portland Restaurant.
DtfclRlons Todny.
JUdge Cleland Will announce1 decisions'
Monday at 9.30 b'cldck hi the following
Theodore StfUedker VS. John BrUchlerJ
on merits.
William Macbeth, trustee, vs. W. C.
Dey; on motion for a new trial.
O. R. & N. CO. vs. Columbia Real Estate
Company; on motion for a hew trial.
Decisions will bo anrtounccd by Judge
Frafcer as follows:
Black & Co. vs. P. W. Arlss"; motion to
strike out pirt of answer.
Portland Trust Company vs. J. C. Have
lyj, objections to eohhrmdtiott Of sale.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co1. v3. Mult
nomah CoUhty; demurrer to complaint.
Cleveland Rockwell vs. Multnomah
County; demurrer to complaint.
Judge George will decide the motion's
In the Cases bf Quatsae Bfop. vs. Eggleson
and Muagrove vs. Colflon, tomorrow morn
ing. Colnn Arc fiot Bare.
BUMPTER, Nov, 1. (To tho Editor,)
Could you please tell a reader of The
Oregonlan whoro to find out the prices of
01a coins. 1 nave a gold quartor that is
perfect in every form date 1810, and nl30
a gold dollar of 1862. SUBSCRIBER.
(It is not known that here Is arty fixed
standard of prices for old coins. Gold
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a.ollar haVe 0n6 0ut ot drctllntlon, but
they are by no means a rare or old coin
yet, and are not likely to ever be worth
any largo sum. The gold quarter was
never a legal coin, nor used in clrcula.
tion. It was merely a curiosity and Is ndi
likely ever to be of value as an did coin.
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Kevr Hleh-Qrade Flattox
For rent and sold on easy installments, ta
suit the purchaser, at lowest prices. Pi
?i3i?"tn,n 4?? repairing. Established
18GS H. Sinshelmcr, 12 Third street near
Oak. Pfiohe North 65L
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a tfondadtor Another Oratorio
Not many sermons have been preached
In Portland that were so effective as J3ui
Uvan's oratorio, "The Prodigal Son,"
given yesterday afternoon in Taylor-Street
Church, under tha direcflon of W. H.
BoySr. From a musical standpoint It was
a- noble pleco of worh, admirably worked
OUt'ln all itt details, tho presence of tho
ordheStra. of 2ff skilled musicians filling
out tHd harmonies and addirtj that ridh
rtesd of t6n4-col6r which was Jacklhg ht
the former production- of tho oratorio last
Spring. The work Of thft chorus Was
superbly done, establishing it on & firm
baslsi tts Probably the besttraln6d and
most effective tihorus even though not the
largest ever gathered together in Jott
land. Dr, Edgar P. Hill, who, with other
clergymen, oedUpidd a place on the plat
form, raide a lO-minute address, in w'hlch
in ft feW forceful wofds ho testified to the
value of sacred mUalc as an agefit for
good. The story of "The Prodigal Son"
told in song, ho said, might well turn dis
couraged, sin-sick wanderers back to theiz1
The oratorio is one that naturally Iondd
itself to men's rather than to w'omen'fl
voices in tho solos. Nevertheless there
is some very beautiful and effcotlve work
for the soprano. Mr. Boycr was fortu
nate In having May Doarborne Schwab
for this. She introduced the element of
dramatic fervor. Accompanied by tho
chorus" aha threw a wild witchery of de
liriousness into the words, "Let us eat
and drink, for tomorrow we die. Fetch
wine, and WO will All ourselves with strong
drink, and tomorrow shall bo as this day
and much more abundant"
The contralto, Mrs. W. A. T. Bushong.
then broke in with a sober call to duty
tho one number allotted the contralto.
Tho soprano, in a recitative, descriptive
of the famine that spread over the land,
Jed up to an aria full of pitying sorrow
artd protest; the words, "Turn ye, turn
ye, why Will ye die?" in particular were
full of soft appeal, and the most witchlnr
H. W HOgue, in the rolo of -the Prodi
gal Son, had tho tenor solos, Which made
heavy demands upoh his versatility, pass
ing from reckless waywardness to suffer
ing and abject remorse, these in turn giv
ing way to love and gratitude.
W. A. Montgomery, so Well known for
his musical abilities, took tho bass solos.
Mrs. W. E. Thomas rendered invaluable
assistance on the organ.
The sympathetio intelligence with which
the clldruS entered into the contrasting
emotional changes that characterlie tne
dfatorio Was peculiarly satisfying. The
number beginning; "Oh, that men wOUld
praise the Lord," ending in a heavy fugue
a sharp test Of their ability was a bril
liant piece of work. They sang with a
confidence born Of careful training and
Unswerving faith in their conductor's
ability to meet every .difficulty. Thorough
ly well Balanced, altogether admirable ih
attack attd phrasing, they gave forth a
body of tone that might easily have been
mistaken for that of three times tho num
ber of singers.
Caul's "Holy City" will bo the net
oratorio to bo rendered. This will bo
given December 8, with Misd Katherine
Lawler, soprano ; Mr. Belcher, tehOr; Mrs.
C. E. Farns worth, contralto; and Mr.
Epplng, baritone.
Will Open Opportunities.
Klamath Reptfbilcan,
The coming Levis and ClArk Centennial
celebration will afford enlarged opportu
nities fdr Oregon to show its Inducements
to homeaeekers and capital ahd thereby
greatly increase Its population and devel.
opment In the past decade Oregon has
Data tar slowef in erowth than Its con
tiguous neighbor to the north, Washing
ton, though possessing fewer natural re
sources and advantages, has been bene
fited by tfio efforts of soveral rival rail
road lines, whose unremitting endeavors:
havo succeeded in bringing to tho state
each year from tho overcrowded East
thousands of new settlers. These hove
Written to their friends to come, and alto
gethdr , steadily growing Influx of new
people has bH the result. Oregon, ahead
of Washington in natuj-s gifts, has
lagged in enterprise anil progress. But
we believe a new era for tha better fjt
dawning and that the state is ort the eve
of large arid rapTH growth. This is coming
as thft result of residents giving mbreint
tentlort to securing immigration, the pros
peots of more railroad building and the
introduction of new capital and new in
dustries. In this work of growth, the cen
tennial celebration will be a signal help.
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Another Testimonial.
Bohemia Nugget
Tho Nugget is in receipt of a copy of
tho handbook gotten out by The Oregonlan
to cover the demand for Information in
reference to the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion of 11X55. This little book Is elegantly
gotten up and contains a wide rango 0
information on all subjects pertaining to
the development of the Northwest, It Is
handsomely printed and illustrated and
will be of Incalculable Interest to the
thousands who desire to know 6f the re
sources of the Oregon country.
SeiiTrood Alnmnf Association.
Sellwood Alumni Association held its
reunion and social In its hall Friday event
ing. Tho event Was attended only by
the members, of whom , there are now
over 100. All are graduates from the
grammar grade of the Sellwood school
Within the past few years. It was a
pleasing event, bringing together as it
did So many of the old pupils of the
atnuui. xnuru wis an miormai pro
gramme and refreshments.
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and Sap the Hair's Vitality.
People who complain of falling hair as
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baldness comes. The ohly way to cure
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there has been no hair preparation that
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