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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, im.
AT THE THEATERS
Bernard Dufresne . ...Lucius Henderson
Due De Brlssac Gregory Rodeer
Jacques Rlcault ..Sterling: Lord-Whitney
C&Acart William Yearance
Jniv Forrest Eeabury
" Brigard - Christian Lynton
-Alounet Pombla Philip lord
Blac Frank McQuarry
" Cfeambltiy .... Fred Allen
Newsboy . Boy Steadman
1 Pianist K. Wilson
Adolph T Frank White
" Aunt Rosa Bonne .....
't Mies Georsie-Woodthorpe
. Madarae Dufreane ...Mies Adele Worth
" IHixmne- Mti Ai:lta Allen
" Llzctte Miss Leo Balcom
Tot ... Miss Ollie Cooper
Alice Morel Mis Lillian Arxnsby
" Florianne ......... Miss Adele Worth
J Lotette Mies L. Stetson
! Juliette Miss Eva Manton
Flower Girl Mia R. Budd
J Nathalie ......... Miss Louise Boyce
't Zaza Florence Roberts
Mtes "Roberts opened her return en
casement at the Marquam last night in
her first and greatest success, "Zaza."
She has appeared here in tins role so
many times that the story of the wonder
ful girl of the French vaudevilles Is fa
miliar to almost every Portland theater
goer. Her performancec last night was
the best she has ever given of the try
ing role before a Portland audience.
Probably a majority of the audience
had seen her "Zaza" before, but from the
interest and enthusiasm manifested it
might all have been new. Many things
in it were, for at each return visit this
brilliant Calif oro la actress gives us to see
that her art Is becoming finer and truer.
The Florence Roberts stock is going up
like September wheat on a Joe Lelter
market. . She ought to rank with one of
the groat National stars, and every
month Is bringing her nearer that mark,
and unleee all signs fail she will soon be
giving the metropolitan critics some
thing in the way of emotional acting
that they can go emotional over. Her
Zaza. last night, was a splendid a fin
ished performance In the most exacting
sense. If the little old Alcazar in little
old San Francisco has any more Flor
ence Roberts in embryo, for Heaven's
sake It should trot them out. The
stage can use them.
It Is gratifying to know that Miss Rob
erts is to be seen on a wider horizon next
year. She is heading toward Broadway,
and next season expects to get as far as
Chicago. Of course, it's a good bit of
a way from there to Manhattan, but with
that good running start she should land
where she properly belongs the year after.
W hen she does that, we provincials out
here on the Coast may expect her to come
back and put on airs. Let us hope that
Fhe won't speak such correct English
that It will give us paresis, and that she
will recall with fear and trembling her
"Washington one-night stands, and re
membor that she Is of and for the Coast.
The support last night was also better
than ever before seen here in "Zaza."
Lucius Henderson, as the frall-moraled
Dufresne, did the best work we have yet
seen at his hands. Georgie Woodthorpe,
In her familiar character of Aunt Rosa,
was capital, as was also William Yer
ancc. who played Cascart, the other half
of Zaza's sketch. There was a com
fortable audience, and curtain calls were
made after each act. There will be an
other performance of "Zaza" tonight,
and on Wednesday Miss Roberts will play
"Toss." A. A. G.
NEW VAUDEVILLE BILLS.
It is a pleasure to again hear Thomas
W. Ray, tenor singer, at the Lyric, after
his Northern trip, and his friends are sure
to gather around him. Mr. Ray is one of
the best singers of Illustrated songs ever
heard here, and Is blessed with a clear,
expressive tenor voice. His song this
week will be "Good Night, Beloved, Good
Night." The Kellys make a good sketch
team, and easily start the laugh, while
the vltascope flashes a number of amus
ing pictures, including a bathing scene.
Edie De Toe is not only an unconscious
humorist, but he is nearly an unconscious
barrel Jumper. He comes on the stage
with a beard almost concealing his face,
with a lighted lamp in his right hand. He
blows out the light with a pair of bel
lows he has with him, and then performs
stunts on tables, and hito and out of bar
rels, as If he relished the work. Miss
Welsse is a clever trick violinist, who
plays her violin while she stands in dif
ferent positions. Sometimes she holds the
bow with her teeth, and at other times
with her feet. Murray K. Hill, in black
lace, doos a monologue turn. He makes
Jokes, and among his amusing songs are,
"After Church" and "The Fighting Jap
"Bimm, Bomm, Brrr." How funny the
names sound! But all the same they are
the names' of one of the greatest musical
teams in vaudeville In this country- The
act Is one of the attractions at the Star
this week. As a starter the three young
men play Suppes overture, "Poet and
Peasant," on a xylophone, called by the
Germans a "straw fiddle," and with sliver
chimes and two violins they play "Old
Black Joe." But the crowning act of all
Is the playing of the old Irlsk air. "Be
lieve Me if All Those Endearing Young
Charms." on Illuminated revolving wheels.
and Imitation of bagpipe music by cor
nets. This brought deafening applause.
No better whirlwind dancing has been
seen here than in the act of the two Mo
lassos. Their work is graceful, and the
very poetry of motion. The young woman
has a stunning wardrobe, er gown being
or yellow and purple satin. Maud Still.
Boubratte, is a dainty, graceful girl, and
rings, among other numbers, "Good Bye.
My Ladye Love." and "Peaches, How Can
You Blame Me?" The projectoscope shows
views of a sea fight off Port Arthur, and
the ontertalnlng bill also includes Close
Brothers, acrobats; Bd Turner, balladlst,
and the Fielding Comedy Four. Owing to
tneir cimcuit turn, the Molassoe will ap
pear only at S:30, 8:30 and 9:30.
Radium Is so scarce a commodity that
It is valued by scientists at millions of
dollars per pound, and happy Is the
man who. finds it among his minerals.
At the Grand this week appear the Rip
ley Sisters, who give a spectacular ra
dium dance and they have what they
Fay is radium painted on their dresses.
It is certainly a most Interesting study
in phosphorescence, and the audience
looked on the -wonderful dresses of the
performers "with awe. The dance is a
novel one and a top-liner. The Martels,
cyclists, are about the best ever seen
here in their particular line, and any
trick possible to be done on a bicycle is
performed by them. Their work is ex
trcmely graceful. The two Berger
Brothers, equilibrists and acrobatic
marvels are "worth seeing. They are
small-sized men, but splendidly devel
oped, and aro daring performers. One
feature which makes a hit is the grand
Iscope picture of a negro being burned
at the stake for the crime of highway
robbery. Other good acts are O'Brien
and Wost, conversation men; Smith and
Chester. Operatic duetists; Alf Bonner,
song ilustrator; the Cliffords, L'Ave-
leuse de Sabre, and Wills and Oolins
Top-liners at the Arcade this week, tho
Rennee family, five in number, for money
was thrown at them for their singing act
yesterday. The young woman has a very
Good voice, full, clear and sparkling, and
the first presentation Is where she and
her partner play as Italian street singers.
The man is dressed as a veteran, and the
woman operates a tambourine. Yesterday
afternoon she appealed for "backsheesh"
In such a realistic way that three gal
lant young men in the audience threw
nickels on the stage. In Hebrew comedy
the Rennees sing "Ven the Sun Vos a
Shlnin on Jerusalem," and they also give
a Swiss warbling act. The Rennee babies
are a feature. Rollins and Wilson are
high-class banjo players, and gave op
eratic selections with a dash that re
minds one of college concert banjo play
ing. Aumann, splendidly developed, gives
a new bagpunching act, one of his feats
being punching four bags at once. Dell
and Monitor, two girls, are entertaining
In a singing and dancing act, one of them
going through evolutions with a ring.
Genevieve Ardeli sings the ballad, "The
Man Outside," and the bioscope shows
pictures Qf the St. Louis Exposition, the
workings of a torpedo-boat, and other en
Acrobatic and monologue turns are com.
mon In vaudeville, but It's the new fea
tures that count sometimes. This week at
the Baker there is a tall young man
named Al Chrlstal who, while he sings
songs, apparently tears bits of paper into
pieces. He sings and tears away, and
he suddenly displays the paper, and you
see before you a pattern that would honor
a sideboard In a parlor. It looks like a
creation in lace. Then Mr. Chrlstal tells
a baby story, and tears at another piece
of paper, ultimately showing a line of
paper babies. Good for Bell and Thorn
ton, sketch artists in the farce. "The
Modern Telephone." They show genuine
merit and their jokes are new. The man
has a good baritone voice, and his song,
"One Night in September," Is worth hear
ing. R, G. Baldwin presents the tearful
Illustrated song, "Nobody Seems to Love
Me Now." The blograph flashes among
other features a view of Japanese outpost
life. Other numbers wortn while: The
Three Rexclnos. acrobats; H. J. Appleby,
Danjo soioist: Jenkens and O'Neal, philos
opher and German emigrant; and Harri
son Brothers, in the sketch, "The Matri
Mention the River Rhine t n a German
and he grows tender-eyed and senti
mental. One of the interesting pictures
shown this week at the Bijou Is a view
or the River Rhine, with its wonderful
falls. So real seems th nltnr timt
the spray just about touches you. Two
ngnting washerwomen and the dead pig
that came to life aro the subjects of
tWO Other films. Da Shields, hlnwllut
on slack wire, Is a small wonder In his
particular line. lor he places a ladder
on the wire and then performs sundry
tricks while he stands on thnr larfrier
Then he reclines in a sleeping position
on me wire, with a lighted lamp on his
neau ana arises again without, disturb
ing the laiBD. Rubv Kcnrinll nnrl Amv
Thompson, two girl cornetlsts. are
ever performers and their oiirtinni
are well chosen. Joseph Thomnson
sings another illustrated song, "Where
the Silvery Colorado Wends Its Way,"
and other interesting acts are: Prior
and Norris. sketch team: Marl tin nri
Lewis, monologists; Ben Jarrett, col-
orea comeaian. Jarrett has something
new in tne comeay line.
INDICTED FOE WHITECAPPING
Prominent Georgia Politicians Have
Company of Four Hundred Men.
ATLANTA. Ga., Dec. 11. A special to
the Constitution from Jackson, Miss.,
A sensation has been created bv the
indictment of Dr. H. T. Montromerv
member of the Legislature, and J. n.
Bryant and J. B. Willis, members of the
Board of County Supervisors of Lincoln
ounty, on the charge of whltecaDDinir.
More than 400 indictments have heen
found against alleged whitecappers,
those indicted Including a number of the
wealthiest citizens of Lincoln Counrv
The Society is directed against negroes
and death is the penalty for violation of
INDORSES THE 1905 PATR.
Milwaukee Business League Asks Leg
islature to Act.
MILWAUKEE. Dec 12. Colin H. Mc-
Isaac. Commissioner-General .of the
Lewis and Clark ExDosition.
before the Citizens' Business League of
Milwaukee, tonight, and after his 'ad
dress a resolution was adopted fax'orlng
participation of the state at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial Exposition. The
resolution also urges the coming Legis
lature to make suitable provision for
"She said I was "a regular Venus de Mllo."
"Yes; she told me that you had Just oo
arms at all." Houston Post.
THE SUBWAY IN MELODRAMA
Awful Possibilities in It Eevealed to THew York Audience.
New York Sun.
THE '.'Secret of the Subway" has
been solved. New York lives In
doubt no longer. The secret is that
the Columbus Circle station can be run
without gatemen. ticket shoppers, slot
machines, passengers or motormen even
without subway ads. All this Is revealed
to the soft, appropriate music of "I
Dreamt That I Dwelt In Marble Halls."
in the third act of "The Secret of the
Subway," produced at the Third-Avenue
Theater last night.
The posters say that this is the great
est spectacular melodrama ever written
concerning the greatest engineering feat
in the world. It Is, Indeed.
The curtain reveals Harry Sterling, a
young engineer, who has just proposed
to Rose Forsythe, the beautiful daughter
of one of our most prominent capitalists.
The old gentleman has just God-blessed
him. and be is going away to make a for
tune In the West. He doesn't come back
until the fifth act, and that's the greatest
stroke of genius in the whole show. The
anemic hero Is. never of any use in a
melodrama anyhow, except for the hero
ine to faint on when she's saved. By this
simple device the author loses this one
right off the reel, and the villain gets
Presently, enter the vlllalness. You
spot her because she wears a red dress
and has wicked eyes. She says to the
"It's your birthday, and I've brought
you a little present. It's a daggah!" With
the vlllalness Is a gentleman, whose place
in the play Is uncertain until he begins
to roll a cigarette. When he did that last
night the gallery tumbled at once and
hissed the villain like anything. Then you
learn that Papa Forsythe has Just hidden
112.000 in a desk In that very room. From
that time forth until the vlllalnessj stabs
him while she Is In the act of seizing the
money, you can see papa's finish plainly.
Before the vlllalness does the stabbing
an ex-convict comes in and tells the vil
lain about the dirty work he's been doing.
Like all ex-convicts, he is dressed in cor
duroy trousers, a red shirt and a fur cap,
"Yes, I mur-r-dered your wife and
child," says the ex-con. "Cracked the kid
on the head. He can't squeal no more.
And now I want my share of the swag.".
But the wife and child could take pun
ishment like Battling Nelson. While the
first act Is young, In comes little Jimmy
the Newsboy. You can see at a glance
that he's the child whp was cracked on
the head. It "has made him daffy, but
good. As for the wife, she steps Into the
green calcium juBt in .time to. see the
REPAIRS TO LIGHTSHIP
VESSEL WILL BE BROUGHT INTO
THE RIVER NEXT MONTH.
Steamer Kilburn Is to Have a Per
manent Wharf at Marshfleld
China Steamer Sails.
The lightship offhe mouth of the Co
lumbia River, known as Light Vessel No.
50, is to be brought Into the river next
month for repairs and a needed overhaul
miles southwest of Cape Disappointment,
where she has done long service in one of
the most exposed positions on the Coast.
The steamer will be brought in about
January 1, and It Is expected to have the
repairs completed a month later.
A circular Issued by Captain l C. Hell-
PRESIDENT OF PRESSMEN'S UNION IN PORTLAND.
MARTIN P. HIGGINS.
Martin P. Hlsrglns, president of the International Printing Pressmen's and As
sistants' Union of North America, arrived in Portland yesterday morning from his
home. Charlestown, Mass. Mr. Hlgglns attended the American Federation of Labor
convention In San Francisco during the past two weeks. He cornea to Portland to
install a new Webb pressmen's union. The pressmen In the past have all been under
one charter. The new union will be under a separate charter to make the Jurisdic
tion more defined. The newspaper pressmen will comprise one union, and the press
men in the commercial printing offices another. The pressmen of the city will tender
Mr. Hlgglns a banquet this evening. This is the first visit of Mr. Hlggins
to the Pacific Coast, and it is the first time an executive officer of the pressmen's
union has visited the Coast in 17 years. The next international convention of the
pressmen's union will be held In San Francisco, In June, 1005.
ner. Lighthouse Inspector of this district,
states that while the lightship Is with
drawn the station will be marked by a
gas buoy painted red with "Light Vessel
Moorings" In black and showing a fixed
white light during periods of 10 seconds,
followed by eclipses of 10 seconds.
Big Batch of Mall.
TACOMA, Wash., Deo12. -The steamer
Gcrmanicus has sailed for Yokohama,
Kobe and Hong Kong with the biggest
batch of Oriental mall ever sent out of
this port. Four hundred and fifty aacks
were loaded onto the big steamer Just
prior to her departure. The Germanicus
expects to reach Yokohama about Christ
mas day. Her cargo Is valued at about
Withdraws From Victoria.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, Dec. 12.
(Special.) The Great Northern Railway
Company will withdraw from Victoria
Tuesday, December 13. The steamer Vic
torian, which cost the company nearly
vlllalness stab Papa Forsythe with tho
heroine's daggah. The heroine rushes in,
kneels beside the body and holds up the
"Arrest her for the mud-dah of her
parent!" cries the villain. And In the
background the ex-con. soaks little Jimmy
The second act is full of dazzling In
fighting. Little Jimmy's corpse, which has
been put in a box comes to and escapes.
The villain lays out the ex-con, who stays
dead. Tho villain and " vlllalness feed
knockout drops to the elastic wife and
stand stoop-Bhouldered and Impersonate
"hate" out of the gesture book while she
wriggles herself to sleep.
"What shall I do with her?" says the
vlllalness. Any doubt that she's the vll
lalness is dispelled In this act by her cos
tumelavender with $3C0 worth of cotton
batting ermine trimming.
"Hist!" says the villain cleverly rolling
another cigarette and his eyes at the same
time. "It is now 2 A. M. At 2:20 an ex-pre-ress
train will roll past the Columbus
Circle station. Hurry her to the tracks."
In the third act there Is the Columbus
Circle station. It's a beautiful scene. Not
an ad in sight. The ticket choppers havo
all gone home, so the coast is clear. Enter
the villain and vlllalness. carrying the un
conscious wife. They bind her to the
tracks. Enter little Jimmy. He Is soaked
again, and takes the count Exit
the villain and vlllalness. An automobile
horn toots in the wings. Little Jimmy re
vives on the count of nine. He rolls onto
the track and rolls off with tho bound wife
as the pasteboard subway express, which
has been trying to straighten out the plot
in the wings, bobs dopily In.
In the fourth round that is to say tho
fourth act the heroine is in the Tombs.
The villain cornes in to seo her. He
springs the inevitable proposal, thus
showing that he Is a thoroughbred villain,
registered stock, by Nero out of Lucrezla
She spurns him.
Flower song music from the orchestra.
It 13 the hero!
"Saved! I have been with the Governor
all day! Here is an . order for your re
That Governor was a dandy. Getting
ner out before she was tried goes Odell a
The Sun reporter of melodramas left
before midnight, so he can't tell whether
the villain and vlllalness murdered ono
another in the end or were simply "haled
off' to jail. But from the trend of events
he could see their finish. He would have
liked, though, to know Just how Harry
Sterling, tho near-hero, landed her. and
-ivneuier tne viuamess woro mauve or
purple when she passed out.
$100,000 last Spring, will be tied up, but
will go on the Vancouver, Victoria and
Belllngham route in February. The action
of the Great Northern In withdrawing Its
service from Victoria Is the result of Vic
toria refusing to pay a bonus of $50,000,
promised when the service was Inaug
urated. Victoria refused the subsidy be
cause the ferry was not built In that har
bor. The Canadian Pacific Railway Com
pany now has a monopoly of the business.
Marsnfield Wharf for Kilburn.
The steamer F. A. Kilburn will have no
further trouble In landing or loading
freight and passengers at Marshfleld. On
her last call there the owners, of the
Breakwater dock refused to allow her to
ubs the property and she was compelled
to send her passengers ashore on the tug
Alert. According to the Coos Bay Mail.
Henry Sengstacker Is now fixing up the
wharf back of Golden's drugstore, which,
with the Beale warehouse, will afford
plenty of room. Mr. Sengstacker will
later build a permanent wharf for the
line near the cannery at North Marsh-
Good Time by American. Liners.
The steamers of the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company seem to meet with
no difficulty in maintaining their good
reputations for fast voyages. The steamer
Xebraskan arrived at San Diego December
after a passage of 4S days from New
York, or but a little time below the fine
record of the Texan, made some time aeo.
The steamer Nevadan reached San Fran
cisco Thursday after a passage of onlv
six days. 11 hours and 50 minutes from
Kahuiui, one of the fastest trips ever
made by a freight vessel on that run.
Addenda's Crew Reach Home.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 12. The crow of
tne barkentlne Addenda arrived on the
steamer Ventura from Sydney today. The
Addenda went ashore on October 14, near
Wellington, ana Became a total wreck.
She was owned by the Simpson Lumber
company, of this city. The captain tells
of the heroic act of the mate in swimming
asnore witn a line, ny means of which all
the six men on board were saved.
Chilean Ship Subsidy.
NEW YORK. Dec. 12. The Chilean bud
get, says a Herald dispatch from Val
paraiso, contains an appropriation to sub
sidize any Chilean navigation comnanv
running steamships between Punta Arenas
and Mexican ports along the Pacific
Ferry Crushed by Ice.
BELLAIRB. O., Dec 12. The ferryboat
Amelia A., while crossing to Glenwood
with 40 passengers, was crushed by the Ice
closing and sank in the middle of the
Ohio River. The passengers crawled out
on the Ice and were nearly dead from ex
posure when rescued.
Inspectors Edwards, and Puller went to
Astoria yesterday to Inspect the steamer
The China liner Xumantla left down at
daylight yesterday morning. The Ellerlc
will sail Wednesday evening.
captain loung, or the British bark
Poltalloch, now loading lumber on the
Sound for Melbourne, was In the city yes-
teraay renewing nis oia acquaintances.
The Poltalloch Is the vessel that stranded
off the Washington coast three years ago.
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA, Dec. 1 Arrived down at 4:30 P.
M German steamer Numantta. Condition of
the bar at 0 P. M., obscured; wind east;
weather foggy, with rain.
San Francisco, Dec. 12. Arrived at 9 A. M.
Steamer Aberdeen, from Portland. Sailed yes
terdaySchooner Joseph Russ, tor Portland.
Arrived Steamer Ventura, from Sydney and
Honolulu; steamer Nebraslcan, from New York,
via San Diego; steamer Churchill, from WU
lapa; schooner Jessie Minor, from Gray's Har
bor; nohooner T. C. Hill, from Tillamook;
schooner Sausallto, from Gray's Harbor; steam
er Umatilla, from Victoria; steamer Newburg,
from Gray's Harbor; steamer Ranler, from
Belllngham; steamer G. C Llndauer, from
Gray's Harbor. Sailed Schooner John G
North, for Guayaquil; German steamer Sax
onla for Hamburg, via Seattle; steamer Mel
ville Dollar, for San Pedro; steamer Norwood,
for Seattle; German steamer Saxonla, for
New Tork, Dec. 12. Arrived United States,
TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAT,
Take Laxative Broroo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money If It falls to cure.
E. W. Grove'e etgnature is on each box. 25c
The Denver & Rio Grande scenery Is
even more beautiful la Winter than Sum
mer. Travel East via that line and spend
a day In Salt Lake City.
Those who wish to practice economy
should buy Carter's Ittle Liver Pills.
Forty Dills in a vial; only ono pill a dose.
DRAWING UP A CHARTER
MOUNT TABOR CITIZENS HEAR
REPORT OF COMMITTEE.
Provisions of Portland Charter That
Are Applicable Adopted Council
-Forbidden to Incur Debt.
The Mount Tabor Improvement Associa
tion listened to a synopsis last nlgnt of
the proposed charter for the "City of
Mount Tabor" at the meeting held In
Woodmen of'the World Hall. There was
fair attendance of representative citi
zens, H. G. Piatt, president, presiding.
George H. Andrews, chairman of the
charter committee, read the report of
the committee. It was set forth that the
Portland charter had been adopted where
It fitted conditions r Mount Tabor. The
charter Drovldea for a Mavor. Rpeortlpr.
Treasurer. .Marshal and Councilmen, elec
tive; anu tne rest of the officers are ap
pointive. The Bancroft bonding act is in
coroorated as It will unnlv to th "Oltv
of Mount Tabor," the population exceed
ing, saw. ro bonded Indebtedness can be
Incurred for anv 'uHrnfwft without n ma
jority vote of the citizens, and the Coun
cil cannot incur an expense when there
Is no money with which to meet it, and
in case a debt of this sort is contracted
tne Councilmen shall be deemed guilty of
maueasance in ofnee.
Provisions are mnrtf tn
light bonds, provided tho Issue Is sanc
tioned by a vote of the citizens. The re
port also sets forth the advantntris nf in
corporation over annexation In that the
money collected through taxation can be
spent at home. The amount of taxable
property In the new citv i nbiirt nt
$1,000,000. and the tax levy Is limited to 7
muis. xne boundary lines of School-District
No. 5 are Dracticnllv mnH th hmm.
dary line of the new City of Mount Ta-
H. W. Hodces made a strnnir nrjnmnnt
for the adoption of the charter, and pn
muiiun tne association adopted the re
port, it was moved and carried that a
mass meeting of the people within the
viiiuuus ujl me pruposcu city De called on
Thursday evening. December 29. prob-
ablv In the SChoolhmmi. in rHcmico Via
charter and to make provisions for hav
ing several copies printed for presentation
to tne legislature In January.
H. G. Howell. Who has hnrir nf tha
opening and extension of Belmont street.
reported mat the county would make the
necessary survey of the street If bonds
were signed guaranteeing all expense.
Mr. Howell was authorlzori tn eo th
The bOUndarV llnM nf tho torrltnrv enf.
ered by the association have been extend
ed north to the Barr road, so as to ln-
ciuae center Addition.
Will Contest Seat of Prince Cupid.
HONOLULU. Dec 12. Tn th TT.roi
grand Jury now Investigating charges of
Irregularities In the lust rIifflnn Onlnnol
Curtis P. Iaukea, a prominent home-ruler,
said today that it was his intention to go
iu wasnington ror tne purpose of con
testlnc the seattnir nf Trnra tv-v, i.
Kalaianaole, who was re-elected Dele
gate to congress by a majority of 2000
over the combined vot of hi nnnnnoni.
on the ground of fraud and Intimidation'
AT THE HOTELS.
Mrs C E HawkUs. G H Kupprman. N X
S Uhlman. N Y
C E Harvey, Glasgow
E E Perkins, Boston
Mrs L. E West, Tacom
L De McAusIand, Seat
T H Curtlss. Astoria
J C Hoof. Detroit
P Morse, San Francis
C H H11U Belolt Wlaj
C Rummelsbuy. S Fi
H C Brown. Boston
G F Selgel, Ji T
J H Hargraves. N Y
J B Jone. Utlca
J H Suthoff. Hoqulam
Miss A M Uryman.
B C Holt and wife.
Mr and Mrs F Graham
A 1, Levy. S F
F C Affeld. N Y
A G Bagley, Lewlstn
J A Finch and wife.
Mrs T Jefferson, Spkn
Mrs C B Upton, WalW
T O Hllborn, Chicago
E N Crosby, N "i
F T Sherman, Seattle
W Dollar, Couer d'AljH Barnum. N Y
S Welnsbeuk. S F
A C Brodle. Loulsvill
A Norton, Seattle
J R Ramsey, Aleda
J C Pratt, St Paul
E C Hawkins. Seattle
E H Gorman, Chicago
W A Sternberg, Tacm
F B Hubbard, Ta"com
Mrs Hubbard,' Tacma
Miss M Hubbard, do
J H Lelghton. St Ls
Mrs E G White, Colm
G Balrd and wife. KC
E J Buesey, Omaha
W Wlllbunk, Dayton
G H Plummer, TcmajC W Llndsey, Dayton
H B Kelley, Seattle W P Lawrence. Baket
J A Smith. Blalock
E C Ward. Goldendl
W J Mariner, Blalock
Geo Carey. N Taltm
L L Dlffenbaugh,
(A J McConnell, Baker
C J Thomas. JeffersD
H Rlsler. Mlnneapo!sH Nelson. Newberg
T L Baker, Pendletn
Mrs J A Johnson,
J Madln. Pendleton
Mrs C Ingles. Ogden
Thos Connolf. Ogden
E C Moore, La Grnd
F B Bellman. Eugn
F J ScrogRtn, Sheridn
M U Gortner, McMlnn
Fred Jacobs. La Grn
H W Norton.. San Fr
Mrs F E Newby. HdR
A E King, Colfax
L F Jones, Dayton
F C Hnldle. Dayton
F C Van De Water.
Walla Walla, Wash
Mrs W H Vessey, N
W E Nixon. T Dalles
Mrs Ernest. Baker C
John Bogart, Woodld
T M Carmough, L Grn
John Fleming, T Dls
E Clanton. T Dalles
Barney May. Harrisbg
P B Vantross. Tlllmk
H H Jackson, Or City
H Lelghton. Seattle
J H Lawton. Sheridn
H Norton. Hood Rvr
C W Miller, Pocatello
H E Meserve, Pocatel
J P Anderson, Tacoma
H J Taylor. Pendlton
L L McKlnnon, Pendl
S K Dorsock, Albany
R C Thomas. JeffersniC C Kurrey. Wasco
Mrs J R Berry, VncJ L Henderson, Hd R
Mrs J W Berry, VancJMatt Schafer, SIsson
Mrs J P Larriek. JJ M Herbaux, Rawlins
Burnett. Wash Mrs Herbaux. Rawlins
I A Universal Remedy for Pains in the Back. j
mm Porpainsin the region of thtJCtdneysofoT& Weak Back f
Wm the plaster should be applied as shown In illustration. mM
a3 REMEMBER AHcock's Plasters have been Is use over &5 years. pl
eS Tbsy aro tba original asd genuine porous plaatera asd havo never bean
EM equJIed as a pata-earer. Guaranteed not to coHt&ln belladonna, opium sipi
or any poison i?hatY6r.
Wm lastet Upom Havtag AScockf.
ting theStomaclis andBowBls of
ness andftestContalns neither
Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa
Tion, Sour Stomach.Diacrlioea
xiess and Loss OF SLEEP.
IFac Simile Signature oP
XAC COBY OFWHAEHEH..
Mrs Anna EdylngtoniMrs C M Spare,
Phoenlxville. Pa '
Mrs J C Biles. Aberd
Mls3 Biles. Aberdeen
Stephen Babcock N Y
L Edith Spare,
Jim Hills. La Grande
Mrs Babcock, X T
Mrs Harrington, Mdfd
H E Gordon, DundeeF S Enos. San Fran
O F Gordon. Dundee
R W Veatch, Cottas
R E Smith. Seattle
C W Hogcs. Seattle
A L Watson, Kalama
Mrs Watson, Kalama
L Geroux, Baker City
C F Spencer, Baker C
Mrs Spencer, Baker C
Fred Welgel, T DallesB A Hansel, Vancouvr
j? .c Kogers. JicMinnVMrs Hansel, do
Mrs Rogers. McMlnn Wm Black, do
Miss Roger. McMlnn Mrs Black, do
W K Newell. Dllley G L Bratton, city
Jacob Stein, Seattle j
Dr C E Wade.-DrainMlss Cora Spurgeon
J A Molara. San Fraj Aberdeen
Mrs E W Spencer, jMiss Ollle Spurgeon
Mrs M H Cochran. O E Nelson, Salt Lk
Seattle E B Hawks and vrt.
Theo O Vilter. Mlwk
Mrs G E Houck, Rsbg
H O Skinner. For Gr
Mrs T J Davis. T Plls
N N Craig, San Fran
Mrs Linton S Lewis
Geo A Bailey, Sioux C
C J Pennington, lone
B B Clawson. San Fr
M E Williams. Pendl
Miss Jones, Wal Wal
Miss Emma Jones,
F T Abbott. Colfax
G A Newell, Wallace
W Cochran and vrt.
IW J Harble. Seattle
Jas Finlayson. Asto
W B Jones. Helena
Mrs H E Slmonds,
Mrs D Laurent. E C
R J MacDonald,
Kittle Harbord, Salem
D A Paine and wife,
Miss Jeanle Laurent,
!J T Bridges, Rosebrg
J E Clark. Seattle
L B Avery. Eugene
R M Veatch. Cottag G
C J Howard, Cot Grov
T K Sears and -wife.
Allen Forward. Salem
W J Fanbion and wf.
F W Powers. Eagle C
Jno F Laugham, Chls
A Oppenheroeir, S F
Mrs C L Houston.
Geo Cuslter. Sllvertn
E D Whitney. Chlcag
M J Welgus and wife
Somers, Mont j
G E Pennlger, Pendl
Wm Sullivan, Kan C
THE ST. CHARLES.
H Meneee, Dufur
W J Croft. Dufur
L L Evansond,
Mrs Evansond. Trout
R R Myers. Wal Wal
C L Raush. Rainier,
F T Miles
E McKenzie, Pledmt
E A Hunter, Heppner
D Crelghton. T Dls
Mrs Crelghton, T Dls
C L Davis, Spokane
R P Harris, Keasey (Florence Reynolds
W W Wilson, Grangv
O H Smith. Aurora
J A CarpenteT; Auro
W E Spence. Klmth
E M Bolee. Juneau
Mrs Boles. Juneau
F M Davis, Lebanon
E B Karn. Shaw
C Leagard. Vale
G M Whltson. city
H L Colvln
W W Galncs
J W Reed, Estacada
Albert Martin, Asto!
John McKle. St Heln
H Lowenberg, USA
T C Watts. Reuben
R J Owens. Astoria
G W Acker, Washeugl
L F Baehr. USA
H Conlee. Moro
Miss M Cook. St Pi
John Roblson. N Tarn
Emma Quay, Phillips
J C Pope. Astoria
Tim Corcoran. Astoria
B F Coe, Rainier
Joe Turner, Dayton
P Turner, Dayton. Or
E J Hubbert, F Grov
R R Hill
A J Todd. Oakland
Ivan Daniel. McMlnn
E C Rogers, Doty, Wn
C W Garrison, Dufur!
Mrs Garrison, Dufur
Mrs Francis Blbby
S D Barnes, Watford
H Smith, city
Wm Beck. Kelso Wn'Chas Suecal, USA
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Have
THC CCNTAUH COMPANY, NEW YORK CrPT.
II M Reddlngton
C H Wllkins, Cornels
W J Lalghton, Seasd
A G Watson. F Grovi
C G Tlngley, Pendlri
B S Qulnn, Buttevll
Mrs Qulnn. Buttevlle
E G Wllkins. Cornels!
J C Hastings
R W McNutt. Cornell
C Johnson, Seaside
Geo Smith. USA
J W Howard, Ashland
Geo W Lyne. vancouv
W R Spencer, Chlcgo
A Klose. city
G E Bell. Baker Clty
L R Petty, Lansing
A C Dlgby. Lansing
L M Taylor and wife,
L D Foster, St Paul
G Boltman. St Paul
A C Johnson, Chicago
Mrs J B Cole, Los An
G A Johnson, Lewstn
H A Young and wfe,
W Jones and wife.
Master Cole. Los A
D L Peterson, T Dlls
A B Harris. T Dalles
T P Baker. Hood Rvr
Mrs W S Harris, H R
Mrs W R Bullock and
C H Delaney. St La
Wm C Holman, St L
C V Hunt, Huntington
daughter. Hood R
W E Cole. Hood Rlv
E B Catching. HoodR
u G Mayger. Mayger
A NIchol, Sidney Neb
Miss M Rose, Palmer
J E Goodman, Salem
J G Taylor, McMInn'A Seaman, Astoria
J W Burkhart, LebnIH Palmer, Astoria
Edward Myers, LebnnA H Cahlll. Astoria
Tacoma Hotel. Tacoma.
American plan. Kates. $3 and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma.
Flrst-clacs restaurant in connection.
If Babr I Cutting Teeth.
Be sure and use that old ana wen-tried remeay.
Mrs. "Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup, for chlldrea
teething. It soothes the child, sotteca the- gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and diarrhoea
Hood's Sarsaparllla keeps tho blood pure
and -the whole system in perfect order.
Take only Hood's.
40 Sizes, 10c to 50c Hach.
A. SANTAELLA Jt CO., Makers, Tampa, Pla
GERSOK & HART, Distributers, Portland, Or.
Dr. W. Norton Davis
IN A WEEK
W treat successfully all private nervous and
chronic diseases of men. also blood, atomach.
heart, liver, kidney and throat troubles. W
cure SYPHILIS (without mercury) to stay
cured forever. In SO to CO days. We remove
STRICTURE without oiierauoa or pain, la
We stop drains, the result of aelf-abU3e, Im
mediately. We can restore tho sexual vigor ot
any man under to. by moans of local treauaeas
peculiar to oureelvea,
KE CURE GONORRHOEA 1-1 A WEEK
The doctors of this institute aro all rezula?
graduates, havo had many years" experience,
have been known In Portland for IS years, hava
a reputation to maintain, and will undertake
co case unless certain cure can be effected.
We guarantee a cure In avatar case wa under
take or charge no fee. consultation free. Let
ters confidential. Instructive BOOK FOR
MEN mailed free in plain wrapper.
If you cannot call at of Dee. write for queettaa
blank. Home treatment successful. -
Offlco koura. 9 to t and 7 to 8. Sundays and
holidays. 10 to 12.
Dr. W. Norton Davis & Co.
Offices in Yan-Nby Hotel. 5214 Third it cor.
Pine. Portland, Or.
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in the richest grain, fruit and stock section in
the world. Thousands of acres of land at actual
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