Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 09, 1910, Third Edition, Page 11, Image 11

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HETLIO THKATER Sevwtil and Tav-
rr Vlrm-irla Harard In The woman
Ha Harn.4.- Tonlsht at o dock.
BfNOALOW THEATER ITwiIKb and
Morrison) "Our ew Minister." Tonight
at t.is o'clock.
ORPHErSf THEATER fMorriaon. between
Flzttl and Tnlh Vaudeville. Thla aXt-
ersooa at 2:13 and tomcat at :Ji.
GRAND THEATER fPar and Waahlris-
ton Vaudeville. Thla aXtarnooa at 2:1ft.
tonight at 1:30 sad 9.
X.TRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Armstrong Musical Comedy Company la
Tne Girl Cadetar" Thla aXtarnooa at
t SO. tonight at 1:tO and a.
TAR THEATER Parfc and VaahrnftoiH
Motion pictures. Continuous, from 1:3
to lu 30 P. M.
Hcmm Cm Paak Gets Gas Maix.
After try ins to set aas for two years
the people of Rom City Park woke up
a, few moraine asro to see, a force of me
at work discing trenches alone the Bandy
boulevard. Tliey found that the Port
land Gm at Coke Company was digslrt
a trrnctl for a can main to supply thai
tiisulct. J. W. T ravers, a prominent
member of the Rons City Park Improve
ment League, had applied for a sss
franchise and the City Council was favor
able to rrantlns? the some, lir the lim
the Council acta the ras company will
have its matn well extended into the dis
trict. Whether Mr. Travers really In
teed to erect A b:g S" plant or not In
Rose City Park, hu application for the
franchbte bad the effect of expediting
action on the Dart of the Portland Gas oV
Coke Co-HDany. However. Mr. Travers
announces that he will so ahead with bi.
ras plant Just as soon as he sets his
franchise from the Council.
Fau. Phovxs Fatai. William V. Ben
son, a carpenter, of W B:UwelI street.
who suffered a fractured skull while at.
trmptlng- to board a streetcar, at Second
and Morrison streets laM rTlday night,
died at St. Vincent's lioopUal Monda
nlsht. It was reported to Patrolman tip pa
- by a man slvlns his name as A. H.
WeldoUrleh. and his address as MH
Washington street, that the man had
been pushed from the car. but the witness
was not found at the address given, ana
the other witnesses- a (tree In Buying that
Benson attempted to board the car on the
side where all the doors were closed
Benson's brother said that be carried tot
and a raluab'e watch when be left borne
and that his pockets were found turned
ut at the hospital. The police are in
a-eatlgatlns the report.
Hot R-jxs Awtr Ajtkr Sooldeco.
"Dear Mamma I mm golmr away and
ycu will never see your little Nick any
more. Papa doesn't, like ma and I am
gains where you cannot find me." Thla
note. TOldcx the tragic de-pe ration of a
II-rear -old boy. was left by Met De-
Dtsto. of S9 East Tenth street North,
when he fled from his home Monday
Afternoon, after a misunderstanding with
till father. The note was In Italian.
Nick's father bad scolded him twice the
slay of his flight and bad slapped mm
once. The police were asked to keep a
lookout for the fugitive.
Rosses. Ixfucates Associat. Falling
to set bis share out of a check for .!.
alleged to have been stolen la a higo
erer robbery last Saturday night. Mike
Miller, a North End habitue, arrested by
Patrolman Grislm. made a statement to
the officer Implicating his partner, Dan
Xtoble. In the robbery- Doble was ar
rested latex br Patrolmen Martina and
Shaffer. An old man was set upon u
sirdar nlxht in the North nd and beaten,
to secure two checks which be carried.
M'.ller says that Doble cashed one of the
checks and refused to divide with him.
Pooa Farm PtmcHASxa Waxts R-esr.
Although B. M. Lombard, to whom the
county sold the old poor farm on the
Canyon road, still owes the county ril9.0f
he Is seeking to compel the county to
pay rent for the use of less than one
acre of the tract. When the County
Court sold the property six months aao
for JIJO.OjO. It reserved the Tight to use
the land for ex months. The time will
he uo Saturday. Lombard wants the
County Court to remit the Interest on the
aS.Ws) fr the next six months, amount
ing to fclSS.
Moktaxa to Hold S. a. Brows. After
requisition papera had been made out
for S. A. Brown, arrested in KallspelU
Mont., and wanted here for larceny, and
Just as Deputy Sheriff Bulger was about
to start Kust for him. She riff Steven
received word yesterday from Kallspell
that the Sheriff there would bold Brown
on a charge In that state. He is accused
(hers also of grand larceny. He was
Indicted in Portland March 12. 19CS.
Nexdlxwors: Guild Uhx Display.
The Portland branch of the Needlework
Guild of America will hold its annual
tea ard display of garments for the
sick and poor tomorrow afternoon, from
I to t o'clock. In the Unitarian Chapel.
Seventh and Yamhill streets. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all Interested
In the public welfare work of this city.
"Irra-Wiuf' iHrnso DsfEarBKA L
At the meeting of the committee on en
tertainment from the Brooklyn Improv
mem Ijraun Monday night It was de
cided to hold the meeting, on the night
of Dei-ember 1. In the assembly hall of
the Prooklyn school If permission Is se
cur-d. A special committee on speakers
wa appointed.
MovT Takor Teacht.rs to Gather.
The Mount Tabor Mothers and Teachers'
AssiocLation will meet tomorrow after
noon at 1 o'clock, at the Glencoe school'
house. fH"t Forty-ninth and Belmont
streets. A paper will b read by Mrs.
2klarr O.ue on "The Physical Care of
Ch'ldren."
Fred Cox' Onunrnox 1mpo-es.
Fred Cox. son of the Clilef of ToUra,
who has heon tn a precarious condition
at Good 8a marl tn Hospital, following an
operation for appendicitis, passed a rest.
ful day yesterday and it la believed that
Cne crisis Is now past and that ha will
recover. m
Dies SaAKixQ Is Chaobd, Ohaking
eice In a saloon ka charged against Harry
lird and Ilea Tourvg. who were r
rested st 10 Couch street. Monday night,
by Patrolman Nelson. They will have a
hearlns tn Municipal Court today.
rcntL ltor.it at TBI Dental Coi lxox.
-The annual session of North Pacific
CoMece has begun, rairorua and friends
deslririeT dental work cso be accommo
dated, corner Fifteenth and Couch sta
Telephone Main 1T3.
MoxTAVtLLB FLowrss. in DtckeraV
K-hrlstmas Carol." at rtsonlo Temple,
tomorrow everlns at t IS o clo--k. Tlrkets.
7S cents, on sale at laiers. Nau'a, Gill's
an 4 Woosrd. tlarke On.
fyrtsa to dath and funeral of 1 C.
Fmlth. prertrtent of the c. Smith A
Bros. Typewriter Orwripany. the Port
land branch of that company will re
main rloA today. a
Rial fiui'T Class m Mjrxr Tooat
The Plble study c!ae of the Council of
Jewish Women will meet In the vestry
rom of Temple Beth Israel today at
P M.
Whits Tr.j'rt.a Womxtc to Mcx-r The
lAdles- Atd Society of White Temple
sewing department will have an all-day
aneetxr tixlay. at the White Temple.
Da. F. A. BrAr-KMo Is now asslstlr.g
In the management of the New York
Dentists. Fourth and Morrison streets.
Phones Main 05. A-JS71.
CoTTAoa Farm ft-mEsi RxsoitT will be
open to g'leata sll Winter. Phone rH or
address Mrs. Alma 1 Howe. Hood
Rivar. Ctr. a
Tita ladles of the First Coegrerationa
Chorrh will hold their baxaar November
C and 10.
Woostka's bt drinks warm and
aareagthea. Waahicstoa street. e
WAIST-MAKER WASTED.
Tonnr'i Kid Gloves, best In the
world; $1.00 to 14.00.
La Tosca Corsets. 11.00 to 110 00,
fitted; a model for every flg-ure.
F. P. YOUNG
39 Morrises) at. Bet. 4lh sad
Bib, Cerbctt Bid.
RIBBON SALE
Fancy work Ribbons in great
profusion at special prices
Tic FAXCV RIBBONS, SPEC
IAL 25e 1 D.
44 to inches wide Dresden,
print warps. plaid, stripes,
plain satin, or taffeta, worth
from J5c to 75c yd; all extra
quality. Special. 2&o yd.
23e 4TTX On TAFFETA RIB.
BU.S SI'tCIAl. 13c 11).
Our regular ISc 20c and 25c
satin or taffeta; all colors and
extra quality. Special 15c yd.
lie 8ATIW OR TAFFETA RIB
BON S, Bi'Et'IAL. e.
Our regular 124 and ISc qual
ity; ail .colors; extra value.
Special 9c
10 STIW OR TAFFETA RIB
BOMS SPECIAL. Oc lit.
All colors; the wanted widths.
They are the 8c 9c and 10c
widths. Special at 6c yd.
Gracs Chtrch Wo m rex to Meet. The
Woman 'a Home Missionary Society of
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, will
be entertained at the parsonage today,
by Mrs. Cudllpp. who will be assisted by
Mrs. Corklsb, Mrs. Crane and Mrs. Cat
teriln. The regular business session will
open at the usual hour, 2 P. M., and be
followed by a reception and programme,
at which time Miss Prlscilla Foster, of
the Brooklyn. N. Y., training school for
religious workers, will speak of that In
stitution and the work of Its graduates)
anal students. Musical numbers will be
given by Miss Charlotte Banfield and
Miss Eleen Yerex. All women of the
congregation and visiting friends are in
vited. Members will please be present.
Beef, , IAatn, Pork axd Vbal. Every
cut of ell of the above meats can be
had at every one of Smith's 20 markets.
Roast beef for the oven at 12o and 16c;
pot roast beef, for 10c Uc and 12?4c;
Hamburg exeak and shoulder steak, for
12'c; very fine cuts of corned beef, at
Sc and 10c; round steak, tenderloin steak
and sirloin steak, all sell for 12"ic and
15c; shoulders of lamb, at 10c; less of
lamb and lamb chops, for 15c; lamb stew,
for 10c; leg roasts of veal are lac and 18c;
veal steaks are lc. veal breasts and
veal stew sell for 10c and 12Hc; shoulder
roasts of Teal are 13Hc and ISc; shoulder
pork chops are Uc; shoulder roasts of
pork are lc and Uc; a whole ham. nice
and larsa. costs ISc; a half ham sells for
the same price. Uc When you buy o ut
ter, buy Bmith'a absolutely fresh Oregon
creamery, which sells for 75c; It as not
like dry goods store Eastern butter. All
the above meats and the following
groceries at Smith's big market that
runs from Alder street to 145 First
street: Bananas (big ones) per dozen.
15c; three loaves of bread, for 10c; two
cans milk tigj. iac; six reis- napina
soap, for 25c, and 19 pounds of cans
sugar for SI.
A. B. Ewtno Arrxstxs Aoaist. For
the second time within a week, A. B.
Swing, a real estate dealer, was ar
retted Monday night for being drunk and
disorderly. He was arrested by a-
trolman Crowe, at the Perkins Hotel.
following an alleged abusive conversa
tion over the telephone with J. W.
Bushong. proprietor of the Netherlands
Hotel, who bad caused Ola arrest on tne
previous occasion. It was alleged that
Ewlng had entered , the Netherlands
Hotel drunk snd that when be was
ssked by Mrs. Bushong what be wished.
had reDlled with sn oath that It w
none of her business. ' It was asm tnar.
he was then knocked down by a guest of
the hotel and his arrest followed.
BRiDoa Ofkn. Property near the new
concrete bridge at East Twenty-eighth
street advancing rapidly. Owner of new
modem sax-room house, 26th and Halsey,
In order to raise needed cash immediate
ly will sell JOOO below former price. See
owner today. H. E Stamler, 170 Fifth
St. Main 571.
WrrsEss the foil, dueling sword and
saber contests, at women of Woodcraft
Hall, Tenth and Taylor es, FTidsy eve..
Nov. 11. S o'clock. This will be the best
fencing tournament ever held on the
Paclilo Coast.
Jcstok's Restaurant will open Novem
ber . 445 Wash. at.
IMPERIAL BALLET.
Premier Dancers of the 'World Com
ing to Portland From the
Court of the Czar.
The revelation of a new art Is an
nounced to Portlnnd opera-goers for
the near future. The Imperial Russian
Ballet, headed by Mile. Pavlowa and
M. Mordkln. the two premier dancers
of the world. Includes a group of char
acter dancers ae their chief support, a
complete corps dn ballet, and an or
chestra recruited from the membership
of the Metropolitan Opera-House of
New York, under Theodore Stler, the
lamous London conductor. This In
comparable organisation will visit
the manarement of Lots bteers-Wynn
Co man. The three performances, to
be given at the new Baker Theater,
promises to be the most sensational
event In the entire art-history of this
community.
THE
A Good Place
to Eat
Afternoon Concerts
Daily, except Sunday, from 3 to 5 P. M.,
by Webber's String Quartet. Thursday
afternoon Miss Rosina Mcintosh will sing
Miss Mcintosh is a Portland girl and will d remembered by
many of our customers who heard her sing on former occasions at
our popular Thursday afternoon Concerts.
The following special programme will be given Thursday,
3 to 5 P.M.:
1. March The Toastmaster Odell
2. Selection Rigoletto Verdi
3. Every Little Movement, from Madam Sherry Hoschna
4. Song ." Selected
Miss Rosina Mcintosh.
5. Overture Poet' and Peasant Svtppe
6. Violin Solo Cavatana t Bohm
7. 0 Sole Mio '. De Cupa
8. Song Selected
Miss Mcintosh. .
9. Canzone Amorosa ...Kevin
The Hazelwood
388-390 Washington St.
r
Free
Matinee
Concerts
Virginia Dorothy Hill
FIRST WESTERN TOUR. OF THIS PHENOMENAL AMERICAN
VOCALIST
Miss Hill possesses a voice of wonderful range and beautiful tone
quality, and this opportunity of hearing high-class music free of cost
should not be missed. Below are a few of the numbers to be ren
dered this week at Swetland's Sweet Shop.
Adieu, Forests; Jeanne d'Arc Aria Tschaikowsky
Love's Death, from Tristan and Isolde Wagner
Cavatina, from Queen of Sheba Gounod
Love Once Again in the Springtime Von Tilzer '
The Garden of Roses Schmied
To Spring Gounod
A Love Song Neidlinger
Popular Southern, Irish and Scotch Ballads.
Jeannette K. Holcombe, accompanist.
Direction, Charles Zig Schye.
Dainty luncheons served in our Fompeian Lunchroom during
matinees. Come and stay as long as you like.
Afternoons
3 to 5
269-71
MORMXON
Sacred Con
cert Sunday
BROOK
The Hat With
out a Peer
$3.00
Foremost Clothiers Since 1863.
Holeproof Hose
for Men,
Women and
Children
TH
E IDEAL STO
FOR MEN
RE
WOMEN'S $25 SUITS $15
S the modish jraxmants for wo
men on salo at th Brownsville Woolen
Mill Stors. Third and Morrison streets:
Ki Tailored Suits at - $15
t-i Long- Coats at only $15
Jackets worth to $10 $2.60
Long- Coats worth to $15 $5
OREGONJS WET.
Keep dry and comfortable in a high-
a-rads Cravenetted Overcoat with a
Presto or Auto collar: $30 coats for
51S.75. My low rent $10 a month)
and system of buvlnr does It. Jlmmls
Dunn, room $15. Oreg-onlan bids;.
WHERE TO DINE. '
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant. Fine privsts apart-
msnts tor Ladies. 30i WaatL naar $tn st.
such lana-uaa-e nor any langTiaire akin
to It. The members of the Oregon bar
whose opinions have been so published
are attorneys of high standing and are
personal friends of mine, and I have
not. at any time, made any remarks
depreciatory of their professional stand
ing or of the weight of their legal
opinions. Such language Is not argu
mentative, and I desire publicly to re
pudiate It as I have done privately to
the men concerned.
EARL, C BRONAUGH.
China la spending sioo.ono.nno on the re
h.hl'ltatlon of h.r army and navy.
Jndfre Bronaugh on Lawyers.
.PORTLAND. Nov. a fTo the Editor.)
My attention haa been directed to a
ewa report in The Oregonlan of yes
terday, which states that at an anti-
saloon meeting last Sunday I referred
attorneys whose opinions have been
uhllahed by the Greater Oregon Home
Rule Association a "poor lawyers."
I am surprised snd chsgrlned that such
snguage has been attributed to me.
This report Is erroneous. I did not at
any time or place last Sunday, nor have
at any time during this campaign, usea
Wedding
Silver
A weddintr gift ought, to en
dure for many generations of
service. Just as marriage en
dures for life long service in
(rifts is desirable that is why
silver is so universally chosen.
What can you expect of Friday
bargain sales bought in a hap
hazard way T Just a little care
will put the genuine article in
your hands at the same price
or even lower. Quoted prices are
o misleading1 we welcome per
sonal inspection. We have o
much to show ko much to sug
gest if you desire it. Yours for
service.
is a positive safeguard against
tooth decay. Makes your teeth
white at once. Tones up the
mouth.
25c everywhere
286 Morrison St.
COA
W e 1 lington.
Rich mono.
Austral i a n.
Pock Sprlnga,
M e n d o t a.
H a n n aford.
I Beaver Hill.
Nf Castle
and Welsh
Anthractte. a
Bootless coal of which a new cargo Is
now due. For prompt delivery of coal
and wood phone East SOS or C 2303.
ee samples at Meier & Frank's. .
Edlefsen Fuel. Co., Inc.
lArireat and Bf Eovlppd Coal Deal
" fen om th East Side.
F. W. BALTES
AND COMPANY
PRINTING!
Main 163, A 1163 First and Oak i
This store prides itself on be
ing a man's store, a store for
every man irrespective of class
or the size of his bank account.
The clothing we sell is of the
highest character and our
prices indisputably lower
quality considered.
Thi
SUIT
and OVERCOAT VALUES
at $15, $20 and $25 are attract
ing widespread attention; we
make a specialty of garments
at these prices, unquestionably
the best suit and overcoat vals.
in Portland at $15, $20 and $25,
Your business letters will
get more attention if you use
quality stationery like we
produce on
CONSTRUCTION
Best at
the Price
BOND
"Arid your business can afford it in
unlimited quantities because "with
this paper we can produce Impres
sive Stationery at a Usable Price."
Telephone
KILHAM
STATIONERY& PRINTING Co.
Printers. Engravers,
Booklet Makers
FIFTH AND OAK STREETS
"Fighting the Dental Trust"
First By locating- on the EAST SIDE, where our expenses are very
low. .
Second By actually doing the highest class of dental work for much
less than the bigr West Side "Parlors."
Third Remember, we have no hired dentists, no so-called specialists
Sor students, we do our own work.
Fourth-"-We do not charg-e YOU 20 and then sell the same thing r to
some one else for 5. That Is what we mean when we say OIVB LOW
PRICE. THE SAME TO ALL ALIKE.
We Cheerfully Examine and Estimate Tour Work; Free.
THE BIG EAST SIDE ONE-PRICE DENTISTS
Corner Union ATe. and East Morrison.
J. J. PITTENGER AND ASSOCIATES
Let us show you how many dollars we can save you, by our being on
THE EAST SIDE
Office Hours 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays, B to 1.
DAY AND NIGHT
One of the largest best equipped plants
In Portland offers you unexcelled service
at prloea exoeedlngly low. When you want
CATALOGS, BOOKLETS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS
OR ANT OTHER FORM OF
PftfaWGQ
It will be to your advantage to consult ua.
Our facilities guarantee best results. Our
samples will convince you of our quality.
PORTUND PRINTINS HOUSE CO.
Phones: A 2281, Main E201, 388 Taylor Street
t :
Add Distinction
to any costume.
HOTEL
STEWART
SAN FRANCISCO
Gearr Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan SI. 60 a day np
American Plan S3. 00 a day up .
Few atee! snd brick structure. Furnished st
cost of $300,000. Every comfort snd con
venience. On carlinet transferrins, all over
city. Omnibus meets trains and steamers.
Sead for Booklet with map of Saa Francises
EVERY SMILE ADVERTISES US
.OUR PBICESt
Tall aat at teath
only as.00
Bride wrlLM
teetb vllbtut
plates.. &0 to S3
Bad rabbar plataa
only S1.&U
Good rabbar plataa
only SS.SO
Gold or porcelain
crowna..fsJM to $&
Gold or porcelain
0 lllngs 1 up
Barer nlllnga onlr
SOe ta f 1
Painless extraction
only ..(JOe
Free when plataa
are ordered.
Our Work Guaranteed1 Perfect
Mo better work dona anywhere. Mod
ern equipment, perfect eervloe, every
customer pleased. Out-of-town patrona
mar make appointments and nave work
finished In one das. Kverr operator a
soeciaJlat.
THE NEW YORK DENTISTS
xm. H.
A. snTKDEVAXT. Uss.
EojMlaya, A. n. is 1 tr. xi.
Attendant. Cor. sth-MorHaan.
Established 1900.
NETH & CO.
COLLECTORS.
Let us take charge of your collec
tions. We can save you money. Main
1786; A 128S. .
635 Worcester Hldg.. Portland. Or.
CCHWAB PRINTING CO
OSOLICITS YOUR PATROMACE
24. -7 ft STARS. STREET
UMBRELLAS
We have the largest line and the
greatest assortment in the city. All
the newest ideas in Direcioire handles.
Good fast-color English gloria, para
gon frame $1.00
Rustproof, English gloria, finished
frame $1.50
Pure silk, red Umbrellas, spl., $1.85
Hercules rust and windproof . . .$2.00
Ladies' Directoire Umbrellas, $1.25 up
Full-length gold and pearl, tape edge,
silk gloria $3.50
An immense line Ladies' and Gentle
men's Umbrellas $5.00 up
Fine presentation Umbrellas to $20.00
"We have the largest stock on the
Coast 'in this line. AIL goods our own.
manufacture. Rustproof, Windproof,
Folding, Detachable, Self -opening Um
brellas. EEPALUING AND RECOVERING,
T.irDrnTTUC!
1V1 JUl.l-at 1SL 1 1 1 J
Exclusive Umbrella. Bargains
312 Washington, between 5th and 6th".
Fiimed Oak
Desks, tables, chairs, settees and davw
enports come in this popular and dur
able finish. Solid quarter-sawed oak
finished in rich nut brown color. M
Fifth and
Stark
J; G. MACK & CO.
Fifth and
Stark