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THE MOK2!X5?e OKEGOJNX&Jtf, "VfEBESDAY, DBCEMBBB 21, 10
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The Oregxxalaa' Telephpnc.
Countlnr-Koom Mala 66T
Uanarfn; Editor Main O30
Sunday Editor Mala 6235
City Editor Xlaln 168
Society Editor Main 6235
CoirpoElnc-Koorn Mala 683
Cuperlntandtat Building Red 2820
East Side Offlc East 81
COLUMBIA THEATER (14th and Washington)
Tonight at 8:15. CamlUc."
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison) To
night at 8:16. "Shore Acres."
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrleon bL.
between 6th and 7th) Tonight at 8:15, "A
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and "Wohln:on
Contlnuou vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
ARCADE THEATER (7th and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. H.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
LTTtIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7th) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Death of Mrs. Catherine Bragg.
Mows of the death of Mrs. Catherine
Bragg, formerly Mrs. Charles Howard,
of this city, her former husband having
at one time been in the employ of the
county, has just been received, although
Mrs. Bragg died at Doty. "Wash., on De
cember L Mrs. Bragg -was 76 years old,
many years of that period having been
passed in Portland, where she and Mr.
Howard, her second husband, acquired
considerable property. Mrs. Bragg leaves
four children in "Washington, D. C, and
one daughter here, Mrs. Fannie H. Her
mance, whom she persuaded to make her
home with her in Portland. The late Mrs.
Bragg lost her second husband in 1S92.
Although colored, Mr. Howard enjoyed
the distinction of being a Free Mason of
high degree and a most popular citizen.
He acquired valuable property at Midway
p-nd there made an attractive home.
Mrs. Bragg is remembered by those who
knew her as one of the pioneer colored
women of Portland.
Kremlin Baku Elects Officers. The
Kremlin Baku, Imperial Order of Mus
covites, which In Odd Fellowship cor
responds to the Masonic Mystic Shrine,
held its annual election last evening.
There wero also six novltlaps to the or
der. The new officers are: J. C Jame
son, czar; Ralph Osvold. regent; L. C.
Parker, commandant; Edward Holman,
high priest: E. H. Sharon, recorder; H.
CJaussenluE, treasurer; Luther Winther,
royal inspector; Charles Pye, royal mes
senger; Wilson Beneflel, royal inner
guard; John Rabyer, royal outer guard;
J. H. Nelson, Richard Scott and M. A.
Seamen's Concert Tonight. A Scotch
concert will be given at the Seamen's In
stitute on Wednesday, December 21, by
the Caledonian Club. The programme
will include songs by Mrs. Anderson,
Miss L. Stanton, Miss Rosa Forbes, Miss
W. Henderson, W. Leannouth and A. B,
C McKenzie; duet by Miss Howard and
J. Ruddlman, piccolo solo by J. Ruddi
roan, recitations by Miss Mysle Sharp, D.
Henderson and W. Chartres; Scotch
dances by Miss Pottage, William McCor
mlck, Frank D'Arcy and James King,
and bag-pips selection by R. A. Bart.
Evangelist Speaks at Mission Rev.
Mr. Broesc, an evangelist of California,
addressed a large congregation at Berea
Mission last night, and much religious
enthusiasm was manifested. Mr. Breese
Is an earnest speaker, forceful and con
vincing, and he succeeded in awakening
much interest in the Berea congregation.
The pastor, Rev. J. H. Allen, announced
that Mr. Breese would be able to remain
In Portland today, and there will be serv
ices at the mission this afternoon at 2:30
and again this evening at the usual hour.
A good attendance is anticipated.
Principals Meet Today. A principals'
meeting will be held this afternoon at 2
P.' M. in the Ladd School for the purpose
of arranging the school exhibit for the
Lewis and Clark Exposition. In anticipa
tion of a very great exodus from the East
1n attendance at tr-e Fair, the school of
ficials feel obligated to make Portland's
public school display complete in every
particular. All posslblo means of making
the exhibit a successful one will be
adopted and the work -of mobilizing the
different displays will commence, it is
Denies He Sold Liquor to Bot. John
Froeburg, proprietor of a saloon located
at S67 North Seventeenth street, was ar
rested yesterday on a warrant sworn
out by A. L. Ashlock, who complained to
the police that the saloon-keeper had
sold liquor to his son, Louis, aged 16.
When arraigned before Municipal Judge
Hogue yesterday morning Freeburg
pleaded not guilty, but admlted that he
had given the boy sarsaparllia and iron
to drink. The case was continued until
today in order that other evidence might
Woodlawn Grange Organized. The
Woodlawn Grange, Patrons of Hus
bandry, completed its organization last
evening in Odd Fellows' Hall at Wood
lawn. Mrs. E. A. Niblin installed the of
ficers, giving the charges entirely from
memory and in fine form. H. O. Bobbins
is master and Mrs. Garnett is the secre
tary. The charter list is signed by SO
Chinese Suspect Arrested. Loong
Soong, taken from a laundry at Second
and Madison streets yesterday, is the
latest suspect captured by the Chinese
inspectors. When arrested he could fur
nish no satisfactory evidence of legal
residence and he is held under $250 cash
bond for hearing before Commissioner
J. A. Sladen next Friday.
W. C. T. U. Meets. There was a meet
ing of the Women's Christian Temper
ance Union yesterday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. F. J. Hard, 214 Twelfth
street Miss Webb, assistant pastor of
the White Temple, led the devotional ex
ercises, and Mrs. Whiteside, the county
president, was present and addressed the
Holiday Rush at Postoffice. The
holiday rush is now on In full swing at
the Postoffice, and Postmaster Minto
added 20 extra men to his force yester
day. Of these ten are carriers and ten
clerks. The force is practically working
day and night in its efforts to take care
of the increase in business.
Latest importations in smokers' sets,
fine Xmas cigars, Xmas Dines, tobacco
jars, tobacco pouohes, all the very best
and latest, at GERS(5n & HART. 115
.nira street, tne nig cigar store.
bTEAMER UHARLES JSELSON sails for
ban .Francisco Thursday evening; cabin
tU; steerage. $S. Los Angeles. $2L50 and
515. Meals and berth included. Thomp
son iicKet Office, 128 Third street
Schools Close Tomorrow. Portland's
public schools will close tomorrow for the
holidays, a vacation having been declared
to endure until Tuesday. January 3.
E. J. Kiss severed his employment
with this company December 3. We are
not responsible for his purchases there
after. United States Launch Co.
If you want ,to save money so to Uncle
Myers, 143 Third street and price his
ladies' and gentlemen's 'watches and dl
M. Seller & Co. have removed to their
new and commodious quarters in. the
Welnhard building, corner of Fifth and
Hollt, carnations, chrysanthemums,
violets, hyacinths, narcissus and be
gonias at Burkhardt's, 23d and GHsan.
The Calujcet. 149 7th. Lunch 35c, 11:30 A.
M. to 2 P. M. Dinner 60c, 4:S0 to S P. M.
service a la carte, 7 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Free dispensary' for worthy poor. Tues.
Thurs., Eat, 1 P. M.. St Vincent's Hosp.
Diamond ring and doll given away
Read Beck's ad under "New Today."
See the. hew parent traveling bag at
iviuitnoman xrunK jo.. 13Z tin st.
Japaneso tea served. Parlor G, Portland.
B. B. Rich Curio Store is selling out
Death of Mrs. Sarah J. Savage Bren-
nan. Mrs Sarah J. Savage Brennan. of
Altoona, Wash., who died at her resi
dence near that village, on the Columbia
River last Wednesday, was an bid pio
neer and one of the most esteemed resi
dents of Wahkiakum County. Born at St
Johns. N. B., in January, 1S37. she was
united in marriage to John Brennan in
1S55 and with her husband came to the
Columbia River, via the Isthmus of Pana
ma, In 1S67. The immediate cause of her
death was paralysis. Her only near
relatives, except her husband, on this
coast were James Mcehan, a prominent
seiner, and his children.
Sats Saloons Are Well Conducted.
G. Frelwald, owner of the Star Brewery,
yesterday made the following statement:
"I wish to state that the Star Brewery
does not run the Sullivan saloon, for
which a license was refused by the Coun
cil committee. A man by the name of
West applied for a license, bought the
fixtures from Mrs. Sullivan and obtained
the lease of the premises from the Star
Brewery. We sell beer in 65 saloons, in
Portland, and they are among the most
respectable in the city and are as well
conducted as any in-the city."
Disraeli's Birthdat. Today is tho
one hundredth anniversary of the birth
of Benjamin Disraeli, the Earl of Bea
consfield. one of England's greatest Prime
Ministers in the nineteenth century and
one of the authors of the idea of an im
perial, Britalq. Dr. Stephen S. Wise" will
give an address on Di3raell and his
career in the course of the services at
Temple Beth Israel on Friday evening.
Relatives Arb Located. The relatives
of John F. Gamble, a young man who
died in the Good Samaritan Hospital
about a week ago. have been located In
Nebraska. The body is at Dunnlngs un
dertaking establishment at East Alder
street and will be held until It Is decided
where Jnterment will take place. Mr.
Gamble was a stranger and died from
typhoid fever. He was 22 years old.
Storing Water Mainb. The -water
committee has completed Its pipe-laying
in Albina for the present, and. immense
quantities of water main from six-inch
and upward are being stored on the city's
ground on Powell and MHwaukie streets.
Foreman Gray says that already about
1000 tons have been stacked up on these
grounds, and more is coming.
Meeting of Democrats. The Mult
nomah Democratic Club will meet tonight
at Its headquarters in the Hibernian
Hall for the ahhUal meeting and election
of officers. There will be a large at
tendance, as the members of the club
have all been notified of the election and
it is expected that an interesting session
will be held.
Graduating Class Elects Officers.
The members of the Failing School
graduating class met In their classroom
Monday afternoon and elected the follow
ing officers: Leah Richards, president;
William Jennings, vice-president; Anna
Werren, secretary; Earl Brown, treas
Swami Ram Societt. The annual
meeting of the Oregon Society for the
Emancipation of India from Caste
Slavery will be held in Room 700. Ore-
Konlan Building, this evening at 8
o'clock. -- Members especially are re
quested to attend.
Boneless Bird, CO cents pound; balls de
la farce and bouillon, $1 quart, with or
without balls: celery de la farce. 50
cents each, serves two; fishballs In lob
ster sauce, $1 quart Women's Exchange,
133 Tenth street
Have you seen "Camille" at the Colum
bia Theater? It is a beautiful production.
High-grade Leather Goods at 122 6th
street Multnomah Trunk Co.
5L50 Books 51.0S at GUI's. By mail 5L20.
ART UNI0H IS ORGANIZED.
It Will Secure Permanent Headquar
ters and Make a Display.
A number of artists and people Inter
ested in the development of art In Port
land have held several preliminary meet
ings, which have resulted in the forma
tion of the Portland Art Union. At a
meetlmr held last evening of the union
the following officers were- elected; Prea'-,
dent, .Miss a. l. jjimicn; vice-presiaenv;
Mrs. L. W. Bltton; secretary, Mrs. S. F.
White; corresponding secretary, Mrs. A.
E. Stearns; financial secretary, Mrs. A.
Albertsen; treasurer, Mrs. C. E. Fields.
The members are enthusiastically pre
.paring for an exhibit in the near future.
The next meeting will be Held at the
home of Mrs. C. E. Fields, 475 Pacific
street Holladay Addition, Tuesday eve
ning, January 3. The charter members
will then sign the constitution and by
laws and the board of directors will pro-
tent a report on permanent headquarters.
CRUSHED BY THE CABS.
Switchman- Meets With Fatal Mishap
1 In Terminal Yards.
From injuries received while at work in
the yards of the Northern Pacific Terminal
Company at an early hour yesterday
morning, James A. Goodfellow, a switch
man, died later at the Good Samaritan
Hospital. He was found bruised and
bleeding alongside of the track where but
a few minutes before he had been coup
ling cars. It is supposed he must have at
tempted to cross the track or tried to go
between the cars, and was knocked down.
He had been working for the company
but three days. The deceased was aged
24 years and was a native or Vancouver,
WIFE PLEADS FOB HUSBAND.
P. J. Cunningham Will Be Home for
P. J. Cunningham, arrested on a charge
of assaulting his wife, was sentenced to
five days on the rockpile by Judge Hogue
in tne .Municipal Court yesterday.
"You might' give him another chance'
Judge' said Mrs. Cunningham. "Just
give him five days, eo he can get out Sat
urday night and be home for Christmas
Judge Hogue thought it over and did as
the wife requested: The testimony in the
case showed that not long ago Cunnlncr-
ham, during a quarrel, shot his brother
through the hand.
A NEW RECORDflf PIANO PBICES
There have been sales on cheap pianos
before, and there will be again, but never
have high-grade pianos been offered at
such prices, as I do this week. In fact
tne prices are so low that I could not ad
vertlse them, as in such case the mahu
facturers would Withdraw the agency, but
just can and see for yourself. A. W.
Meyer, 74 Sixth street
A PIANO FOB XMAS?
Don't fail to see ours. We have a-fine
lot from $200 to $55. We will make terms
and prices which cannot bo equaled, on
account of our low expenses. If you are
not satisfied we will exchange with you
for any other make you may select We
are offering some special Inducements
which will make a total savins: of 5100 on
each piano bought before Christmas. Ooen
evenings. Wright's. 127 Seventh, between
Washington and Alder.
WHERE TO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant fine, private apart
ments Xor parties. 30o Wash., near 6th.
SIG SICHEL & CO., 92 THIRD ST
Magnificently carved meerschaum plpe3
Must De seen.
AT THE THEATERS
"A Chinese Honeymoon."
Mr. Samuel Pineapple.. John Ij. Kearney
Chibpee Chop '.....Joseph E. Miller
HI Lung ....Albert Froora
Hang Chow G corse B. Broderlck
Tom Hatherton Robert Grant
Mrs. Pineapple .Reglna MeAvoy
Millie Frances Rockefeller King
Gertie Margaret Johnson
Violet Lucille Spencer
Margaret Edna Sydney
Frances. . ...ilayrne Dupont
Evoline...T ......Bessie Dudley
Boo Soo Eveleen Dunmore
Ten Yen....- "Winnie Carter
Sing Sing Helen Latten
ill Ml Jeanne Palmer
Mrs. Brown Mabella Baker
Fl Fi.... Georgia. Brjton
Tricked out in Its smartest musical-
show finery; . "A Chinese Honeymoon"
cams to the Marquam last night for the
second time within a year. This la one
of the largest and most gorgeous produc
tions which visits the Coast and It left
such a favorable Impression when it was
here last Winter that a large audience
was out last night at the opening of Its
,Of all the notable cast which appeared
here before In the piece, not one member
remains,, Even the show glrla seem to be
new. and apparently no one of the oM
chorus Is left The costumes and feccnery
are the same, however, the book and
lyrics are Intact, with an interpolation or
two, and the music, the catchy, delightful
melodies which kept London and New
York coming for months, is all there.
"A Chinese Honeymoon" Is a comic
opera, and a good one. Its settings and
atmosphere are almost as Oriental as
"The Mikado," and the score Is full of
The best thing in last night's- perform
ance of It was the opening chorus of the
second act "With Weary Hearts," sung
by Eveleen Dunmore, as Soo Soo, and the
ensemble. Miss Dunmore possesses the
prize voice of the organisation. In fact,
she is the only one of the women who
Is vocally superior, but she Is good enough
to make amends for deficiencies on the
part of others. Last year's company had
no such voice in it
John E. Kearney was seen as "Pinean-
plc." in which part John E. Henshaw ap
peared to such fine advantage during the
lormer visit Mr. Kearney made the part
very funny, although he Is no such come
dian as his predecessor.
Toby Claude was the XXX feature of
the show last year, and we missed her
greatly last nlglit Georgia Bryton ap
peared as "Fi Fi." the dlmlnuth'e freak
waitress, and won great favor with the
audience, in spite of the fact that she was
expected to break even on tho comedy
proposition with the great, little Miss
The "Emperor Hong Chow is entrust
ed to George B.Broderick this year, and
I rather prefer his singing and acting of
tne part to that of George Fortescue. who
did it here before. Broderlck is a. most
Interesting and benign giant, and is the
owner of a magnificent bass voice.
The important role of Mrs. Pineapple is
assigned to Bcgina McAvoy, who Is
good-looking young person, with much
dancing ability. Mabella Baker plays the
omciai motner-m-iaw very well.
One of the most delightful things In the
performance was the Interpolated song
"Oolong LI, as given by a young woman
whose name does not appear on the pro
gramme, and the chorus. The song Is the
work of Joseph E. Miller, who played
"Chippie Chop," and Edward Howe,
musical director of tne company, it s a
gem. and ought to become very popular.
The company is large and, as a whole.
competent Its members work hard, and
are successful in making A Chinese
Honeymoon" a fine entertainment. It
would help things greatly, however, if
John Kearney, would omit his atrocious
local gags. He evidently framed them
up with the idea that the Coast tour was
a jay-town proposition, but he s mistaken
They were all worked out years ago, and
they won t do.
There will be a final performance to
night A. A. G
WOOLEN HELL MAY BE REBUILT
Sellwood to Consider Proposition to
Erect a New Plant.
Sellwood has received a proposition to
erect a new woolen mill plant on the site
of the Portland Woolen Mill, which was
destroyed by fire two years ago, and
President D. M. Donaugh, of the Sell
wood Board of Trade, has called a public
meeting for tomorrow night at Firemen's
Hall, to consider the offer. Who the par
ties are or what the nature of the offer
Is President Donaugh does not announce.
but he says a genuine offer has come to
Sellwood to build a woolen mill on the
TO MEET IN P0BTLAND IN 1905
International Anti-Cigarette League
Elects Officers and Chooses City.
The board of directors of the Interna
tional Anti-Cigarette League", Incorpor
ated, at the annual meeting elected the
President Charles Bulkley Hubbell,
New York; vice-president for Great Brit-
We can't begin to tell you of our
many bargains it tvould take this
whole page but wa cordially invite
you to call at our display rooms and
look them over at your leisure. We
shall be very pleased to see you,
whether intending to purchase now or
notj and can show you the very finest
assortment of high-grade pianos on
the Coast, Old instruments taken in
exchange. Easy time payments ac
cepted. To intending purchasers we
would saj' that we will make it worth
your while to see us now. It costs
nothing to look. Every instrument
we handle is fully guaranteed, and
over 50 different styles to select from
Good pianos from $250 up.
SOULE BROS. PIANO CO.
372 and 374 Morrison Street, Corner
Open every evening till after Xmas.
We are the originators and manufacturer
of this beautiful gold brooch- pin mounting
lor the Lewis and Clark 1005 Dollars. Holds
the coin securely without marring or mutila
tion. Price complete. Including coin. 93.00.
Smaller slse $4.60. sent per malt. If detlred.
We are headquarters for fine aollaay and
Trecains' presents, diamonds, -watcbes. Jewel
ry. sliver, etc.
THE G. HEITKEMPER CO
2S6 Morrison Street.
SSND FOB OUR CATALOGUE.
ain. Rev. Frank Johnson. London; vlco
president for Canada, Franlt A. Buck,
Toronto: general superintendent, Wallace
R. Struble, Chicago; general field secre
tary, Dr. Cullen Ewihg Cllne. Portland,
Or.; secretary-treasurer, Elmer Ells
worth Miller, Portland. Or.; assistant secretary-treasurer,
C E. Struble. Chicago.
The directors authorised the general su
perintendent to name a" full list of hon
orary state vice-presidents, and designated
Portland. Or., as the place of holding the
quadrennial International convention, thfe
date fixed Cherefor being July IS, 16 and
FAST TIKE. FOE NORTH COAST
Northern Pacific to Put New Sched
ule In Effect January 1.
The story comes from St Paul thai the
Northern Pacific has been working but a
change in the schedule of the North Coast
Limited which Is to go Into effect on
There has icen a conference held dur
ing the past few days at the general
offices In St. Paul, which was attended by
the dlvlslbn superintendents of the North
ern Pacific system. Especially prominent
at these meetings were the superintend
ents of the Western and mountain divis
It Is authoritatively stated that the
time of the limited will be cut an hour or
more between Portland and SL Paul. But
12 stops will be made In the run. and
every effort will 06 made to Keep the
trains on the schedule. It Is stated that
the details of the change have all been
worked out and that there will be but
little trouble In making the shorter time.
The principal trouble will be over the
mountain divisions, and to meet this the
company will mass some of Its Tieaviest
and fastest engines on this part nf the
The change is being made to meet the
"heavy traffic demands which are expected
to prevail during tne Lewis and Clark
BANKER REPORTED TO BE DEAD
Cashier of His Institution Stole, arid
It Worried Him.
ST. LOUIS, Dec 20. Henry D. Meyer.
Jr.. one of tho directors of the St.
Charles. Mo., Savings Bank, the cashier
of which, Antono F., Mispaegl, was re
cently 'found to be $164,000 short in his
accounts, died during the iIght at some
Institution to which he was removed last
Friday for treatment. Relatives decline
to say where his death occurred and the
cause 1b hot known. Mr. Meyer had wor
ried much since the shortage was discov
ered. He had become surety to tho de
positors. in the sum of $30,000.
A Dainty Christmas Gift
bVJKe lP doubt jvhat to send your friends as an Xmas remembrance
something inexpensive yet expressive of the "yule-tide" spirit.
Our Special Holly Box"
With a handsome spray of holly leaves and berries embossed on the top
in natural colors, and tied with two dainty Bows of ribbon Is "just the
thing." The box is carefully packed In three divisions, one with French
fruits, another with delicious chocolates, and the third with an assort
ment of dainty creams and bonbons. The whole prettily decorated with
candled violets, silver drages. etc Over the top Is a. lace paper mat, bon
bon spoon and Christmas card.
The Most Attractive Package of Xmas Sweets
Possible. to put up, and a most acceptable gift. The candy is absolutely
fresh and pure made in our own factory. Put up in two sizes 60c arid
51.20. Sent by mall, securely packed, on receipt of 75c or $1.50. Safe ar
rival guaranteed. Money back if not entirely satisfied.
SWETLAND & SON
273 MORRISON ST.
GET THE RIGHT PLACE. Wc Have No Branch Stores, and
No Connection With Any Other Concern Bearing Our Name.
"The Store Noted for Best
Yesterday was a busy day here, but there is no hole in the
many suggestive Christmas presents that you will find here. The
store is packed from cellar to garret, and quality is apparent at
every glance, style the latest, prices the lowest!
YOU CAN SELECT FROM THIS LIST
Furs, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Jackets, Silk Petticoats, Fine Tail
ored Suits, Silk Waists, Silk Dress Patterns, Linen Dinner Sets,
Blankets, Eiderdown Quilts, etc
Silk Mufflers, Ties, Socks, Umbrellas, Underwear, Handker
chiefs in silk and linen, Sweaters, Suspenders, etc.
Table Linen Sets, ready for use from $15.00 to $2.00.
Special sale in Dress Goods Department of Suit patterns.
See Morrison-Street window.
f Take Grand Entrance Right on
DROPS DEAD Ofi STREET
WOMAN SUMMONED WHILE MAK
ING CHRISTMAS PURCHASES.
Hucband' ls Attracted by Crowd, and
Finds Wife. Lying Dead on
Mrs. Mary Ellen Worthlngton, of Mll
waukie. dropped dead on the sidewalk of
heart disease while about to enter a de
partment store at Fourth and Alder streets
yesterday morning, for the purpose of
purchasing toys and Christmas preaentk
The unfortunate woman had left the
office of Dr. TP. I Wocdr In the Orego
nlan building, and was to meet her hus
band. Theodore Worthlngton, at the de
partment store. Together they had In
tended to make the holiday purchases.
As Mrs. Worthlngton approached the de
partment store entrance she suddenly be
came stricken, and fell. Several people
rushed to her assistance and a great
throng was soon gathered around the
prostrate woman,, Mr. Worthlngton. who
wae standing on the opposite corner, was
attracted by this crowd and walked across
the street only to discover that hts wife,
whom he had hoped to meet, was dead.
He became frantic with grief, seeming
to be temporarily robbed of his reason.
The scene was heartrending. Physicians
were summoned, but before they material
ized Mrs. Worthlngton had passed beyond
The body was removed to the Coronpr'
office Immediately. As death was due to
heart failure no inquest was held. The
remains will So shipped to Milwaukie this
morning, where Interment will take place.
Mrs. Worthlngton 13 survived by nine
children and the husband, who owns a
rarm two miles from MllwaUkle. The
family has resided In that section for a
number of years and the news of Mrs.
Worthlngton's death will bring sorrow to
a large coterie of friends.
Though sulTcrinc: from heart irnnhU
Mrs. Worthlngton had apparently been In
gooa neaitn for a number of months, arid
yesterday's fatal attack came as a sud
Will Try Policeman.
Policeman Galbralth. charged with
using undue force in Yr.akJne- the simct
of LC. Ruhl. will be oh trial this after
noon before Chief of Police Hunt. Ruhl
alleges he was beaten and knnM.-i nrm
by the officer, and the latter nu!rfa h
only slapped him with the flat of his
ight Up Your Home
With electricity. Let us wire your h6use
now and you can light your Xmas tree
llko fairyland, and get the most beauti
ful effects for hall, dining-room or par
lor. There Is no Illumination so safe, ao
brilliant or so handsome as electricity.
Send us your order now and we will have
it all ready for the holiday season.
Western Electric Works
No. 61 Sixth Street
Corner Pine Phene Mala 1696
Goods ?it Lowest Prices."
the Corner of Third and Morrison I
!TS THE BEST OF ALL
PARKER RYE WHISKEY
ROTHCHILD BROS., Portland, Or.
TO ALL PURCHASERS OF OUR i
FURNACES DURING 1904
FREE.PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOUR HOUSES
As evidence of our appreciation of your patronage we will give to
each purchaser during ISM who applies to us before February 1. 1205,
a photograph of their noma free of charge.
the w. a Mcpherson co.
COLUMBIA GRAPH OP HONES
Columbia Phonograph Co., 12S 7th" St.
AND OTHER '
1S3 6th St Oreffonlan Blfljr.
ED U CATI
IPAKX AXD WASUDfOTON 8TKKKT
.. POKTLAXP, OKEGOX
Established In 18L Open all, tha yeJtf.
Frivata or class Instruction. Thousands
of graduate In positions; opportunltfte
constantly oceurrinsr. It pays to attend our
school. Catalogue, specimens, etc. tree.
ELOCUTION AND VOICE CULTURE
ART OF EXPRESSION
PrlT&ta lessons alTn.
Apply to inSS LOUISE FORSTTH.
St. Halen's EalL Portland. Or.
DRAWING Water Color,
Pes and Twlc .Sketching, Brunt Wood
Work, Leather Work.
Lessons given by
MISS LEONE CASE &AER.
Studio. St. Helen's Hall. Portland, Or.
Kear TIf th.
All our umbrellas from $6.30 up
10 PER CEJJT DISCOUNT.'
All our umbrellas from SI 0.00 up
20 PER CEKT DISCOUNT.
EEPAIKEtG AKD RECOVERING.
FOR HOUSE USE
Rsrea Nut Coal, delivered at 55.75 per ton
taven Lump Coal, delivered at G.50 per ton
Kenton Lump Coal, delivered at 7.00 per ton
Australian Coal, delivered at 7.60 per ton
Carbon HJ1L Coal, delivered at. . 7-50 per ton
Sock Springs Coal, delivered at S.50 per ton
Screened Coal Full Welshts.
VULCAN COAL CO.
Office Phona Main 277S. 329 Burnslde St. J
Took highest honors at the
World's Fair, St. Louis,
1904, both cylinder and
disc. The others thought
they had it but were labor
ing under an illusion.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
A good fire is everything in the
kitchen. "Gladys" gets it with
$7.50 per ton delivered.
The Pacific Coast Co.
CHAS. H. GLEIM, AGENT
249 WASHINGTON SX.
TELEPHONE 22fl AND 237.
ONLY 5 CENTS
Postage one cent for 1 to 20 packaa
Bead Coin or Stamps. State kinds wanted.
THE SINGER MANFG, CO.
334 Morrlsos street.
540 Williams avenue (East).
402 WashlaetoB street.
405 Dekum bid?.
From 9 A. 21 to
5 P. M.
DAY AND THURS
DAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
fichwab Printing Co.
BZST WOZK. kESOSABLZ PRICZS
2 4-7 X STARS
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Ijj engagements ad atrangeoaiata Si
H GLASS & PRUDfiOttME CO.
III 1SS Tint t-, Poctlaed, Or. jF
Jjl (OppoMte First N&tionAl Bank.) 3
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