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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1911)
TTTE MORNIXO OREGOXIAX, TTIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1911.
This Phenomenal Removal Sale
Owes Its Great Measure of Success to
ethodsThat Stand the Test
First it stood OUR test The unyielding Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
standard was brought to bear on every detail. It is what has brought
this sale to reach such remarkable proportions as even to amaze us.
Our Removal Sale
Has Stood Your Test
The Test of Price The Test of Quality
The Test of Assortment The Test of Taste
And on all these points' the judgment of thousands of customers
who attended this Great Removal Sale is FINAL and CONCLUSIVE.
Your Confidence and Your Verdict
Were not won by big promises, baits, fictitious bargains, false price
comparisons, nor yet by coming out in the papers one week with a
sale, the next week with a sale by another name, the following week
with a sale by stili another name. You can expect these FANCIFUL
SALES almost any time, BUTTHE FACT REMAINS that in Port
land today the
Lipman, Wolfe & Co. Removal Sale
Stands forth as a beacon light on a foundation of commercial integ
rity overshadowing and dimming all oiher retail movements.
1 iWchandia of nVeril Oily..
Article in the
AUTHOR WEDS AGAIN
Chester's New Wife Has Illus
trated His Stories.
DECREE YET INCOMPLETE
Former Spouse)' Prowdlnj for Di
vorce Ha Reacted Interlocu
tory tajra Only Marriage
In Paris Defended.
NEW TORK. Nm. 1. The arrival of
th Kronprini Wllhelm her to.lay from
Europe led to the discovery that George
Randolph Cheater, the author and play
wright, vli aboard with a young- wo
man whom he eald he had married re
cently In Parte,
When It wae pointed out to Mr. Ches
ter that the divorce proceedings
brought by his former wife had reached
only the stage of an Interlocutory de
cree signed October II and that the
final decree could not be granted until
day had elapsed, he rushed In agi
tation to the nearest telephone and
railed up Ms lawyer. Afterward ha
matte a statement:
' I find." he e.L "that T committed
no crime In marrying abroad. 1 mar
ried Jains Deremo In Paris as soon as
1 got word that my wife had obtained
The new Mrs. Chester la an artist
who has Illustrated many of Chester'
stories. Mrs. Chester's suit named her.
OREGON PEAK IS RENAMED
Official Board Decide Mount Pitt
Mtoatd Re McLnnghlln.
OROEOSUN" NEWS Bt'REA-lT. Wash
ington. Not. J. Mount Pitt. In South
ern Oregon. Is no more. Henceforth It
will be known a Mount McLoughlln.
Thl change ma ordered today by the
Board of Geographic Names, which, af
ter careful Investigation, decided that It
would be appropriate to change th
name of this peak to Mount McLough
lln. Tte board held that old maps la
sued In 1111 and 141 designated thl
peak aa Mount Mclaughlin, but that
Fremont had changed th nam arbl
trartlr t Mount Pitt.
Th Legislator of Oregon petitioned
for thl change of name several year
ago, and numerous persona In Oregon
and elsewhere urged the change, but
not until today were the request
Th board held that Tr. John Mc
laughlin had rendered uch service In
the early days of the settlement of the
Oregon country that he should be fit
tingly remembered by the Government,
and on this account and because the
mountain had been named for him orig
inally, directed the change.
Mount McLoughlln. which is In Easl-
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t , :
Mlaa Mildred Menus, Lard
Cassava' Aaaerleaa Fleacee.
Who Evaded Trip Germ-la- 4
tested License Bareaa.
ern Jackson County, I shown by the
Government reoords to have an altitude
of 140 feet.
BELLEW IS GRAVELY ILL
Physicians Fear Romantic Actor
Will Not Kecover.
SALT LAKE CITT. Not. 1. Kyrle
Bellew, for many years a leading actor
of romantic roles. Is critically ill here
with pneumonia. Mr. Bellew wa
taken 111 last Friday and a part of his
Salt Lake engagement was canceled In
the hope that he would soon regain
He became rapidly worse today and
physicians tear he will not recover.
The remainder of Mr. BelleWa tour
through Weatern and Pacific Coast
cities hss been canceled and his com
pany will return to New York-
GERMS ARE EVADED
Miss Sherman Signs License
in Microbe-Proof Home.
LORD'S FIANCEE CAUTIOUS
Deputy Clerk Believes She Feigned
Illness) So She Would Not Have,
to Visit Municipal Bureau
'With Titled Briton.
NEW TORK. Nov. L (8 peels!) In
terest In tb forthcoming nuptials of
Miss Mildred Sherman, daughter of
William Watt Sherman, and Lord
Camoy la a nothing compared to pub
lic concern over the report that illness'
finally Invaded the Shermans' Fifth
avenue mansion famoua as th germ
proof dwelling and the home of the
undisputed leader of the crusade against
the disease-carrying microbe.
It has not been proved that Illness
really did Invade the mansion. The
deeply Interested public haa only th
word of xord Camoy for It, On his
lordship's recent excursion to the City
Hall for the marriage license, he pro
tested to the license bureau clerk that
Miss Sherman was 111 and her father
was 111. so that It was Impossible for
her to appear at the bureau, as pre
scribed by law.
Urease Clerk Shocked.
The license clerk, who knew that the
Sherman had fought germs with un
failing courage and by the latest meth
ods, waa shocked to learn of the mi
crobe victory. With sympathetic alac
rity he promised to send a deputy to
the Sherman home to secure Misa Sher
man's signature to the contract.
It waa related that when the deputy
license clerk presented himself at the
Sherman home he waa sprayed with a
germ-destroying cologne and divested
of hi coat and hat. which ware placed
In a aealed closet, before be waa ad
mitted. Thl wa no reflection upon
the deputy. All visitors at the Sher
man are given the microbe tests be
fore they are permitted to enter where
germ fear to spread.
Deswty Gets Sarprlae.
The deputy waa much astonished to
learn that Miss Sherman had been out
nearly all day. When ah returned
he appeared to be In excellent health.
After the marriage papers had been
bathed In a germ-destroying solution.
they were presented to Miss Sherman
with the silver tongs always employed
by members of the household In hand
ling questionable object. Miss Sher
man, her bands protected by gloves,
wrote her name with a vigorous stroke
denoting health and happiness.
Indeed. Miss Sherman's rare spirits
made It occur to the deputy that Lord
Camoy had er exaggerated a bit. to
say the least, you know. The license
bureau man Inquired after Mr. Sher
man's health. He was Informed that
the millionaire, although In lndlfTerent
health for several years, had suffered
no change for the worse.
Then an idea dawned upon the dep
uty license clerk. Miss Sherman pre
ferred to have the marriage papers,
properly fumigated, presented to her
at her germ-proof home rather than
run the gauntlet of the deadly bacclllu
at the City Hall. Thus the danger was
minimized. The license clerk caught
Miss Sherman' view at the City Hall
ao many romantic but untidy persons
apply for licenses.
Mrs. Shermasi Pioneer.
His hat and coat brought from th
wardrobe where vial tors' duds ar
cleansed while they wait, the clerk de
parted. He waa relieved to know that
Mr. William Watt Sherman had not
been beaten In battle by General Mi
crobe. He ha Imparted the true fact
In the eaee to others, that the world
at large may rejoice also.
It la ald that other so-called leader
of the anti-germ movement are but
cheap Imitation of Mra. Sherman. She
was the pioneer. It la said that she
wa the first person to Introduce the
electric bell mouse-trap system. When
a mouse Is caught by the vigilant elec
trical appliance, a bell rings the num
ber of the room In which the hapless
rodent haa been snared. Another of
Mrs. Sherman's death-to-germs stunts
Is to bake clothing. Such as will not
stand this heroic treatment are washed
In a special preparation.
It is expected that great preparations
will be made to prevent germs from
sneaking In with the wedding guests
when Miss Sherman become the wife
of Lord Camoy. December 5.
WOMAN CITES FORGERY
HERBERT V. PERRY IS ARREST
ED IX SAX FRAXCISCO.
Seattle Real Estate Dealer Is
Charged With Manufacturing Bogus-
Real Estate Mortgages.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1. Herbert
V. Perry, wanted In Seattle on a
charge of forgery, was arrested here
today. He will be returned to Seattle
at once by Captain Tennant, of the
Seattle police force, who came to San
Francisco to aid In the search tor"
SEATTLE. Nov. 1. Herbert V. Perry,
who was arrested in San Francisco to
day, charged with forgery, waa for 10
years one of the best-known real es
tate and Investment brokers In Seattle.
He Is accused of swindling Mrs. Tlllle
Birdsall. a widow, and her sister. Miss
Hattle Nelson, out of their whole for
tune of J 6000 by forging mortgages on
fictitious real estate and turning the
mortgages over to them as Invest
ments. Mrs. Birdsall cites the follow
ing example of his method:
On July 25, 1910. Perry Invested for
COLD STOPS PERSIAN WAR
Civil Conflict Must Await Return of
Better Fighting Weather.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. The rigors
of Winter In Persia are so severe that
campaigning Is Imposlble, according
to a report from the American lega
tion at Teheran.
Further hostilities between the gor
if the revolutionists
In that country vannot be looked for
until next Spring.
Quake Felt In Nicaragua.
SAN JIT AN DEL BUR, Nicaragua.
Nov. 1. A prolonged earthquake was
felt her at :0 o'clock thl morning.
No dajsac baa been reported.
Particularly the Ladies.
Not only pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, but gently cleansing and tweet
eninK to the system, Syrup of Figs and
! Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted
I to ladies and children, and beneficial in
' all cases in which a wholesome, strength
ening and effective laxative should be
used. It is perfectly safe at all times and
dispels colds, headaches and the paint
caused by indigestion and constipation so
promptly and effectively that it is the one
perfect family laxative which gives satis
faction to all and is recommended by
millions of families who have used it and
who have personal knowledge of its ex
cellence. Its wonderful popularity, however, has
led unscrupulous dealers to offer imita
tions which act unsatisfactorily. There
fore, when buying, to get its beneficial
effects, always note the full name of the
Company California Fin Syrup Co.
i plainly printed on the front of every
package of the genuine Syrup ot rigs
and Elixir of Senna.
For sale by all leading druggists. Price
50 cents per bottle.
her $1050. at 10 per cent. In a mortgage
on a property known as North Univer
sity Garden Tracts, containing one acre
of land and a six-room house, owned
by George E. Clark. Within the past
month, Mrs. Birdsall has learned that
the whole Instrument is a forgers. She
says there Is no such garden tracts as
Indicated In the mortgage. There Is
no such man as George E. Clark; the
name of the notary public Is a forgery
and the name of the County Auditor
mentioned as recording the mortgage
was a forgery and not the correct name
of the Auditor then in office.
Postal Appointments Made.
SALEM. Or., Nov. 1. (Special.)
Following are postal appointments
made upon the recommendation of
Representative Hawley, according to
advices received from the postal de-
partment: William Miller, Gladstone
vice T. E. Gault, resigned; James W.
Beckley, at new office at Whlteson.
Yamhill County; Hugh G Hampton,
Eckley, Curry County; John H. Dun
stan. Pacific City, Tillamook County.
Halliman's Trial Is Today.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 1. (Spe
cial.) Tom Halllnan, arrested In Port
land last night, charged with robbing
Thomas Jones, will be given a prelim
inary hearing before G. L. Davis, Jus
tice of the Peace, tomorrow. When
Halllnan saw the police officers ap
proaching him, when he was in a Port
land restaurant, he hid three or tout
5 gold pieces In the sandwich he waa
eating and threw It to the floor. Ha
had S3S In bills on his person when arrested.
Ladies' and Misses'
Man - Tailored
(OF THE BETTER CLASS)
Bona fide reduc
tions from regu
lar prices. All
goods are marked
in plain figures.
These are models
that have heen con
fined, exclusively to
us. Imported Scotch,
and Cheviots. Han
tailored in correct
NO CHARGE FOR
$25.00 Suits. . $18.75 I $40.00 Suits. . $30.00
$30.00 Suits. . $22.50 j $50.00 Suits. . $37.50
English Raincoats, $16.00 to $40.00
355 Alder St., Cor. Park