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MORNING OREGOXIAX. AVEDXESDAY,SElTi;3115EK 1U,
VOTES ROAD BONDS
Issue of $500,000 Carries by
Good Majority at Spe
nnirom nTC 10 rriR"
Bet urns From 30 of 33 Precincts
Enough to Assure Passage Only
Outlying Districts Oppose
Work Medford Celebrates.
MEDFORD, Or.. Sept. 9. (Special.)
With 30 out of 33 precincts heard from
the $500,000 Jackson County good road
bonds passed In today's election by a
majority of 2155 votes.
As the precincts still to hear from
i ..! roirisri-iLtion of only 400
votes the result of the election Is as:
sured and tonight Medford citizens are
celebrating what they consider a well
Not only have Medford citizens been
conducting whirlwind campaign for
two weeks In favor of the bonds, but
they gave 1806 votes for the bonds to
day and only 164 against, a majority In
favor of the bonds of 1642. Ashland
voted for the bonds with 359 majority
and the only precincts In 30 to go
against the bonds were outlying ones,
which would not be benefited by the
proposed trunk highway. These pre
cincts were Kuch. Applegate, Sterling
and Trail with a total of 62 for the
bonds and 105 against.
County Judge Touvelle announced to
night that he already had a customer
for the 6 per cent bonds and work
would be rushed on the 6 per cent grade
over the Blsklyous at once so that the
foundation can be settled in time for
construction work next Spring.
BRIDGE ELECTION CALLED
Asotin to Vote on Bonds to Buy Half
of Le-wlston-Clarkston Span.
ASOTIN. Wash., Sept. 9. (Special.)
The Board of Commissioners of Aso
tin County today called a special elec
tion for November 10. 1913. to author
ize a bond issue of $40,000 to purchase
the Washington end of the Lewiston
Clarkston bridge, and $35,000 to im
prove the highway leading to bridge.
C. C. Fulton, chairman of the board,
has" returned from Olympla with as
surances that the state administration
will support the relief bill for Asotin
County in the next Legislature if the
county will supply the funds immedi
ately needed for purchase of the bridge.
Washington entered Into a contract
with Idaho to purchase the bridge
jointly. Further action on the part of
the state was halted by an opinion of
the Attorney-General against the val
idity of the state bonds authorized by
the last Legislature. Indications are
that the election will carry, as a free
bridge is necessary to utilize the money
appropriated by Idaho.
BENTON COUNTY SHEEP WIN
Oregon Livestock Co-!s Animals Take
PrUes at Vancouver, B. C.
CORVAXXJ 3, Or, Sept. 9. (Special.)
Benton County has captured a few
more first prizes. Lincoln sheep, owned
by the Oregon Livestock Company of
this county, captured all the big prizes
at the Vancouver. B. C, sheep show
just ended, and a Southdown ram re
ceived the "grand championship" over
In the CorvalUs Commercial Club s
blue ribbon cabinet hangs a "grand
champion ewe" ribbon, won at North
Takima In 1911: similar ones captured
at the California state fair aad the
Walla Walla County fair the same
year- and another "grand champion
ribbon landed at the National Midwin
ter sheep show at Omaha. These hang
beside the five blue ribbons, and the
Great Northern's silver cup. won at
the Oregon state fair five years in suc
cession, for the best agricultural and
The sheep which' have brought to
Oregon its latest honors were exhib
ited by S. Hubbard.
CONTEMPT CASE IS HEARD
South Bend Editor Cited for Breach
of Judge's Orders.
SOUTH BEND, Wash, Sept. 9. (Spe
cial.) F. A. Haieltlne. editor and pro
prietor of the South Bend Journal and
. A , k Wntthfnsrton State Uni
versity, cited to appear in the Superior
Court for alleged contempt in "
of a rule Issued by Judge Wright for
bidding commenting on cases upon
trial In the Superior Court, was given
i...,i.ir t-aHov and ludement taken
under advisement In the event of an
adverse decision Mr. Hazeltine will ap
peal. The application of Prosecuting
Attorney Hewen, of Pacific County. In
. v. . a.- -i,.a. rmirt tn withdraw for
amendment the information filed by
him on July 17 against J. v. Jacusoa
and others, charging them with con
spiracy and subornation of perjury, also
Was heard today ana iaiten uiiucr
CITY AIRS MAY BE TRIED
Warrenton to Learn Sentiment Re
garding Modern Conveniences.
, AlIk"- V-... VII.. CTTlfc. " a
ClttUf v. i. aaaaa. a a au..CT.o,
tries, business houses, small homes,
renters and non-resident holders of
Varrenton realty were represented to
night at a meeting of the Warrenton
Development League. The present lark
of city conveniences, such as water,
light and sewerage were discussed.
v . . h sent to outaldA own
ers of real estate here, briefly outlining
conditions and requesting the recipi
ent to advise the league whether he
. or she desires the citizens to proceed to
obtain the Installation of these modern
conveniences by voting bonds and levy
ing taxes on the city properties. Ap
.... .-I- thru-fourths of the as
sessed property of the city is owned by
VOLUNTEER WORK URGED
Two Bays' Holiday Requested That
Men May Do Road Improvements.
rvvrn i r t xvnh Knt 9. (Spe
cial.)" At a meeting of the Centralla
Commercial Club last night It was de
cided to ask the Mayor to declare a
.1 1. 1 ,1 - mA hava VrV A b 1 -
lng Centralla with Bolstfort and Cla-
quato. It Is hoped to have zuiyi
...ii.i.i. A- v. . wnrV The me'n will
be divided into groups, and competent
overseers piaceo. over wt
Flewelling, Paul de Champlain, Fred
W. Thomas, Stanley Macomber and H.
M. Robinson were named as a commit
tee to prepare for the work. -
The opening of the road in question
will place Boistfort and Claquato
nearer to Centralla than they are to
Chehalls. The road is a public one, but
has been closed to traffic by Francis
Donahue, a rancher living along it.
One of the first steps to be taken by
the committee is to determine what
legal right Mr. Donahue has to close
the road to travel.
Owing to the fact tnat the Carstens
Packing Company is planning to erect
a new modern business block in the
citv, the plan to expand the club, in
stall reading and billiard rooms and
other things tending to Induce the
younger men of the city into the club
membership, was held over until it was
decided whether or not the new build
ing is to be erected. .
Mrs. iTSi sues
DIVORCE ACTION' IS INSTITUTED
Serving of Papers Here on Prisoner
First. Knowledge That Eloplng
Wife Sought Separation.
New sidelights upon the checkered
career of E. E. C. Von Klein are ex
pected to develop from divorce pro
ceedings which have been instituted by
urwife. formerly Louise lllstrup. liv
ing at Minneapolis. Summons and
complaint were served upon Von Klein
in the County Jail yesterday by Dep
uty Sheriff Lartleld. bringing the first
news locally of the fact that suit had
been started. , , ...
The complainant is the girl with
whom Von Klein eloped from her home
in Minneapolis in 1902. going to Michi
gan City. Ind.. where the marriage
was performed. At that time Von
Klein had been some months in Min
neapolis, posies as Dr. Harry Kohler,
representing himself .to be a clairvoy
ant and the son of an Australian sheep
magnate. After the elopement and
marriage the pair wrote back, reveal
ing the bridegroom's true identity.
Two women are mentioned in the suit
as co-respondents. One Is Ethel New
comb the woman now missing as com
plaining witness against Von Klein
here and whose relations with him are
the basis of the criminal prosecution
against him. The other Is Mrs. K. M.
Lewis with whom. It Is alleged In the
complaint, he was In company at va
rious places in Louisiana, Arkansas and
Missouri In 1912. a few months after
his alleged flitting from Portland with
Ethel Newcomb's diamonds.
A general charge also is made that
a- .a aa a- aal tinhil-imllV With
vua xv.t:ii luhoui.
other women, whose names are not
CUPID BEATS DIVORCE GOD
Three Marriage Licenses Issued and
Two Separation Petitions Filed.
PVTDITTI Wna.S SntL 9. fSDe-
1.--. A IVJliJl". " -- . r -
1 I T .alaaaiaa aa-n m A flf H , R T" t H fat til
Hall. J 1 11 a V. 1 w o c - -
Lewis County Courthouse yesterday the
followers or cupia aeieaieu muoo
divorce god by a score of 3 to 2. three
mi. 1 1 1 Mfc B .
County Auditor Montfort, while two
divorce suits were being filed with the
County Clerk. The score:
a a ( 1 l..n raa T? T TalVrenCfl.
of Seattle, and Mrs. W. H. Grimes, of
.... t t. ptnttArfloM. of Drvad.
and Pauline D. Smith, of Dryad; Leslie
Willard. of Centralla, ana jjosomy irnu,
of Chehalls. '
Divorce suits Gustavo r: Aortium
vs. Clara Abraham, desertion; Camp
bell W. Rlckard vs. Katie Blckard. de
sertion. ROAD LEVY IS $606,750
Tax Estimates for 1914 Will Be
Published at Aberdeen.
a DtTTrnr-TrfC Wash.. Sent. 9. (Spe
cial.) The estimates for 1914 will be
officially puDllsnea mis ween. .iu ...
the first time it is possible to know
exactly how much money will have to
be raised to pay off road Indebtedness.
For the special funds required by
law to pay off outstanding warrants
against the general roan aim ui.us
funds that were outstanding June 1,
in tinj must bA raised. In ad-
dtion to 'this the estlir Ues call for
road levies that win total u-,uuu.
making a total of $606,750 to be raised
for roads alone mis year.
0.-W. R. & N. LOSES SUIT
Washington Supreme Court Decision
on 1911 and 1912 Assessments.
nmiPiA. Wash.. Sept. 9. (Spe
rial The Oregon-Washington Kail-
road fc Navigation Company lost Its
fight in the state courts against pay
ment of state taxes when the Supreme
rmirt tndav handed down a decision
adverse to the company, based on the
same reasoning followed in the. Spo
kane & Inland case, previously oeciaeo.
in favor of the state.
The case involved the payment oi an
1911 and 1912 taxes but the railroad
rill hns. suits Dending in both East
ern and Western Washington Federal
Good Fisherman Dismissed.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. Sept. 9. (Spe
cial.) The case against Carl Vincent,
a Centralla Insurance man charged
with catching too many game fish, was
dismissed by Justice Westover. The
game warden swore that Vincent had
90 lish in his possession, while three
of the Defendant's companions testified
he had less than SO. J. H. Jahnke, one
of Vincent's brother fishermen de
Fire Alarm Contracts Signed.
ftTiinv pitt ftp. Pent. 9. (Soe-
V. A a aj Va V . a a a a a , - " -
cial.) The contracts between the city
and two telephone companies have
been signed ana me new in-3-.o. ...
system will be installed this week. By
Tuesday of next week the work will
be done and the new system ready for
aa X -"t .a-aa-
YOU can see from this illustration
how some of -the -new Fall models in
Suits look on men who know how to wear clothes;
these men are wearing the latest styles in
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothes; the young man wears a three-button, two-to-button
coat with soft roll front and English model
trousers. The father we think that V his father
looks just as smart as the son; a two-button sack
with high-cut vest; very dressy.
That's the kind of clothes we're offering, you. Look at
the $25 values ; and then at lower or higher priced suits.
Priced From $20.00 to 40.00
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
The Men's Shop for Quality and Service
Northwest Corner Third and Morrison
GRAVES TO ANSWER
Marshfield Attorney Cited to
Appear Before Supreme
Court of Oregon.
GOVERNOR WEST 'SCOOPED'
Affidavit Filed by C. II. McLaughlin
Says Lawyer AVas .Leader of
"Mob" Which Ejected I. W. -W.
Officials From County.
SALEM. Or., Sept. 9. (Special.) The
enm-ema fnurt "scooDed" Governor
West this afternoon when it cited Rob
ert O. Graves, a lawyer of Marsnrieia,
to appear before the court October 14
to show cause why he should not be
disbarred on an alleged charge that
he was the "organizer and leader of a
mob which deported three I. W. W.
leaders from the city.
C. H. McLaughlin, filed an affidavit
in-the court alleging that Graves led
a crowd of 800 men who violently took
possession of J. W. Edgeworth, Wesley
Everett and Fred Roberts, marching
them through the streets to a gasoline
launch, In which they were conveyed
across the bay. It is charged that
the men were beaten and kicked.
Rifles and Pistols Found.
Edgeworth was secretary and Ever
ett organizer of the I. W. W.'s in Coos
County. Another man who denounced
the action of the citizens and declared
he was an I. W. W. also was deported.
The men, it is alleged, were made to
get on their knees and kiss the Amer
ican flag. Edgeworth .had previously
been confined in the Jail at Marsh
field on a charge of va-grancy. When
his room was searched several rifles,
pistols and a large quantity of powder
were found. The men were deported
June 25 last, several days before the
deportation from Bandon of Dr. Bailey
K. Leach, Socialist editor.
Attorney-General Crawford made an
investigation of the alleged mob in
the Leach case, but Governor West was
not satisfied with it and has instructed
Special. Prosecutor Ringo to make an
other one. It Is understood Mr. Ringo
plans proceeding against Sheriff Gage
on the ground that he made no effort
to disperse the. mob or arrest any mem
ber of it.
Disbarment la Demanded.
The following is a copy of the affi
davit submitted by Mr. McLaughlin to
th. SiinramA f!ourt:
'C. H. McL-oug-nnn, peing sworn on
"J. ti. JlCIjOUynim, Uglily P W Ul ' mmmmmmmm.lmmlmwm. aaaaaai a........ - " "
Bankrupt Stock of Wines and Liquors
At Fifty Cents on. the Dollar
By order of the referee in bankruptcy, the entire stockf wines and U"?.
bestonJy the most desirable grades and brands were carried by II Rigoletto.
A Sale of Necessity! A Genuine Opportunity!
Come Early and Choose Your Favorite Wine at Unheard-of Prices
herein. Come! Ask for what
II Rigoletto W hite and Red
Table Wine, regular price
for auarts. 60c. now
Same as above, pints, -
regular 25c, now.... Ay -Italian
- Swiss Colony Bur
gundy, regular PrlceCrta,
for quarts 1. now..
Same as above, pints. 0(?
regular 60c. now wmi
Italian - Swiss Colony, Red
or White Tlpo, regular
price for quarts 75c, A(r
Same as above, plnts.OC
regular 40c, now m3
Italian-Swiss Colony Spark
ling Burgundy or C h a m
pagne, regular tfl oC
$1.75. now Dl.6iiJ
Pints, same as above, 7tin
regular $1. now..... J
Imported PontetCanet. reg
ular price for quarts 7ttn
Pints, same as above, CfJr
regular (1. now JVV.
l I a n mm mm m m I
oath, says that on June 25, 1913, at the
City of Marshfield, uoos uouniy, ui
a large concourse of men uniawiuuj
assembled as a mob, and as such mob,
forcibly and. violently took possession
of the persons of J. W. Edgeworth,
Wesley Everett and Fred Roberts, and
with force and against the will of
said persons marched them through the
streets of Marshfield and then put
them upon a small gasoline launch
nd conveyed them down and across
the bay, at which place they were by
said mob taken off said launch and
assaulted and beaten and kicked and
subjected to many indignities and in
sults, and were then compelled to leave
Coos' County and ordered by said mob
never to return.
"That said Robert O. Graves at all
the time herein mentioned was a mem
ber of said mob, acting as its spokes
man and leader directing its actions.
Said Robert O. Graves is and was at
all times mentioned herein a member
of the bar of the State of Oregon, ad
mitted to practice in all the courts of
the state, -and I charge that his con
duct as herein stated wife violative of
his duty and his oath as an attorney
at law, and was unbecoming a member
of the legal profession. Wherefore I
request this honorable court to pro
ceed against him for disbarment.
- VT IWT.ATTGHIal?!
"Subscribed and sworn to this 14th day
of August, 1913, Deiore me.
"W. J. RUST,
"Notary Public for Oregon."
RIXGO XOT TO INVESTIGATE
Marshfield District Attorney Tells
West He Has Started.
SALEM, Or., Sept. 9. (Special.)
District Attorney Brown, of Marshfield,
telegraphed " Governor West tonight
that he had begun an Investigation of
the alleged deportation of I. W. W.
from that place and the deportation of
Dr. Bailey K. Leach from Bandon. The
Governor said he would forward the
District Attorney all evidence in his
possession and would request all per
sons having information regarding the
case to give it to the District Attorney.
"Since Mr. Brown has started an in
vestigation," said the Governor," it will
not be necessary for Special Prosecu
tor Ringo to go to Coos County at pres
ent." SPEED "MANIAC" BAFFLES
Salem Cycles Stolen, Ridden Far
and Then Deserted.
SALEM, Or., Sept. 8. (Special.) A
motorcycle "speed maniac" has been
operating in this city for more than a
week and the police have not the slight
est clew as to his identity.
His latest episode was the "theft" for
a short time from a restaurant of the
motorcycle of Stanley Brown, a young
man of Lyons, Or. The machine was
found in the suburbs of the city, with
the gasoline tank empty, a mudguard
bent and cranks badly battered.
A week ago a motorcycle taken from
in front of "a store on Commercial
. . nrna, 'Annrl n ffu hours later.
SUecS m a , a- -
The tank contained no gasoline and
bore every indication or naving Deen
ridden at highest speed for several
you warn jumi u. - -
Alan it these stunendous price re
ductions, big lot of French Chartreaux.
Italian and French Vermouth, German
White Wines. French Burgundy, Italian
Sparkling and Still Wines. Imported
Champagnes, Mumms, Cliquot, Pom
mery and Greno in quarts and pints,
Louis Roederar's Champagne, Moet &
Chandon White Seal, in quarts and
pints, white, red and green Creme de
Menthe, Imported Creme de Coco, Pousse
Cafe, Creme de Violet and others.
PHONES MAIN 6490, A 4499.
i i . i
lJCSa..A.W.JL', vM, ;10.M-LmW, 1
CHECKS LACK FUNDS
Albany. Merchants Worked for
BANK BOOK WINS CREDIT
C. B. Smith, Who Three Years .go
Married Lebanon Girl, Said to
Have Been Ccptured in Flight
by a.uto Xear Woodburn.
ALB-4.NY, Or., Sept. 9. (Special.) Se
curing credit through transferring an
account from E.ugene to Albany be
fore checks he had issued against it
in the former city were cashed, C. B.
Smith fled from Albany at noon today
with diamonds and other articles of
the value of more than 300, leaving in
payment checks ior wniuu
funds. Upon word -sent out from this
city a man answering his description
was arrested this afternoon at Wood
burn, and Albany men have gone to
that city to identify him.
Officers here have learned that
Smith went to Eugene four or five days
ago and deposited In the Eugene Loan
and Savings Bank a check for $1100
on a bank in Oroville, Cal. He came
here Sunday night from Eugene in an
old automobile, for which he displayed
a bill of sale from the Booth-Kelly
Lumber Company, and yesterday de
posited with the First National Bank
here a check on the Eugene institution
for 811, claiming that to be his bal
ance there. . , . , .
With a bank book showing this
credit he was successful in making
several purchases here. Today he
went to the bank here and endeavored
to get a draft for his balance then
over $700, but was refused, as in the
meantime, officers of the bank had be
come suspicious and had telephoned to
Eugene, finding that his balance there
w8ji only $400.
By the time the checks he deposited
here had reached Eugene, other checks
he left behind had come in and his de
posit there had dwindled to 123 . which
was secured by the local bank. It now
appears that he had drawn several
large checks in Albany before he tried
to eet a draft. , .
Evidently becoming alarmed when
his request for a draft was refused.
Smith left Albany in his automobile
Uncashed checks he Utoo'' '"
left here Include one in payment for
$280 worth of diamonds, purchased
from F. M. French and one for a suit
ot clothes bought from the Blaine
C'th."S were discovered
soon after he left Albany. AlhanV
Smith passed two months In Albany
about three years ago and -""e.res'd,
lng here married a Lebanon girl. His
wife and their two aman a-.....-
Imported St. J u 1 1 e n Red
Wines, quarts, regu- 7Kn
lar $1.50. now
Van Vista Burgundy, regu
lar price, quarts. W-Qq
Pints, same as abovcofia,
regular 60c. now....!''
Old Billee Taylor Whisky,
bottled at the distillery,
quarts, regular J1.50, Ca,
Cedar Brook Whisky, bot
tled in bond, quarts, Qf
regular $1.25, now...OVl
One thousand gallons Very
Choice Port Wine; regular
$1.75 per gallon, 1 QQ
One Barrel Only Monogram
No. 6, regular 9 C fl(
gallon, now OU.Uli
Five hundred gallons Red
and White Table W ines,
fine grade, regular C.
$1 50 per gallon, now " v.
.annnniari iim herp frnm TCiitrene. leav
lng for Portland last night by train.
He is about 28 years old and a good
machinist. He claims to have Deen nv
ing in Oroville, Cal., since leaving Al
HOW I MADE
MY HAIR GROW
Woman With Marvelously Beautiful Hair
Gives Simple Home Prescription
Which She Tsed With Most
I was greatly troubled with dandruff and
m t manv advertised hair
preparations and various prescriptions, but
. ... .. . ..ll.a. a alaaaaaa m fl H A
they all Signally iauu. many ul n.cia. ..a
v ,.r,r so It was Impossible to
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. otrrttir-lv raution vou against
i;cal...vFL aula ...v...-. - -
using preparations containing wood alconoi
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they Injure the roots of the hair. After my
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.... ..T. a la. Va... ana aaHtoln t h A In-
lO IIS naiUritl tUlUt. i vaa.a aa. .. -
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the other Ingredients. This, however, is not
necessary. , . , . ,
Apply night and morning; rub thoroughly
into the scalp. Adv.
BE PRETTY! TURN
Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
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Almost everyone knows that Sage
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brings back the natural color and luster
to the hair when faded, streaked or
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and stops falling hair. Years ago the
only way to gret this mixture was to
make it at home, which is mussy and
troublesome. Nowadays, by asking at
any drus store for "Wyeth's Sago and
C.,laaK.,a Ugl. Kp?TIP(iV." VOU Will STCt &
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for about 0 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can
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brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair disap
pears, and after another application or
two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, thick and glossy. (Adv.)
Well Known Rochester Citizen
Saved Frosn Serious Troulile
I have used your preparation Swamp
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Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot saved r.?e
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99 Pembroke St. . Rochester, N. Y.
State of New York)
Prtimtv Af Monroe (
Personally appeared before me this
21st day of August, 1911, A. J. Brown,
who subscribed the above statement
and made oath that the same is true in
substance and In fact.
NELSON E. SPENCER,
Dr. Kilmer fc Co.,
Bingrhamton. IV. Y.
Prove What Swamp Boot WIU Uo For Yon.
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingham
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11th and Jlorrlwn
Phones Main 1. A 1122.
TODAY S:30 TONIGHT 8::0
Every Aft. and Night This Week.
Wonderful Motion Pictures
Capt. Scotfs Polar Trip
Prices, both afternoon and night,
Lower floor 50c, balcony 2oc
Reserved Svats Now Selling.
Muln 2, A 53B0
-2..aa i iLfr. Mrr.
Everybody is taiKins bouui
ers ToniKht. all this week, Mats. Wed. and
Sat. Margaret lllington's thrilling play ol
. . llalra. nlfllV-
An actlne triumim. jinwrumii ai
lntense human interest. Evenings ... c, sac.
60c. 75c. Regular ii.nre. a., -
big bargains Mon. nipht Wed Mat.
seats 4..-.C. Next week "The Only iwn.
MATINEE DAILY. Main 6. A 10.0.
"THE NEW SONO BIRTS" with
J. C. Xusent, "The Hesrular.
Mullen and Coogon. "Odd Nonsense.
Carl MrCullmieli. Footllght lmpresMons.
Lane snd O'Dnnnrll, lunatic tnmhlers.
Carl RoBini, asited by Mile. Margaret.
Handera and Millins. dancing pianlnta.
Any Matlnte Best, if"
WATSON'S FARMYARD CIRCCS
DOKOTKY KOi.K.S & CO.
MELNOTTK TWIN BARON I-ICHTEB
Broadway and Alder Streets
. a a I T ( url.r t 111
.!". Ma Br.ri. O V.l". V. - a , , .
World's ireati.t .Mugiriun. company ;
20 tons of scenery and apparaluB. startling
el-rlil.nl effects. Frank .tiills A; Co.. -mond
and Hall. 4 Baldwin.. ""1
Roberts. rantHBCNCope, OrcheHtra. l-opiilnr
p"l" Box and firt row balcony r--""'1-Box
of lice open from 10 A .. t. HI l.; -Phone-)
A 2 -'SO, .Muin 46S6. Curtain i.30,
1:15 and 9:10.
WEEK SErT. 8 The Return of Cm .Leon
ard In "The Matinee Girl." Tuesday night.
Athletic Contest. Friday night, ( horus Girls
Contest. Prices: Nights. 13c, 23c. .Matinee,
any seat. 15c.
COLUMBIA THEATER KS'SpVr?!
A M to 11 Pa M. Perfect ventilation,
fireproof. Programme Wednesday to
Sundav: "The I.nily "nil hc oiote.
Vltagraph drama; "Unlit on Troubled
Water," Edison drama; " ''''
Her,.,- Biograph drama; "Whiffles Decide-.
to He Bonn," Pathe comed : Matt
Urnnla, baritone; Korp's Orehratn.
lO I'KXTS ADMISSION lO CIIXTS
Eleventh and Washington.
TODAY AXD BALANCE OF WKF.K,
Harry Thaw and Jerome at Coatl
cook and Other News of Interest.
AROUND BATTLE TREE,
A Beautiful Life Drama.
MacDermott Edidon Co.
KEEPERS OF THE FLOCK.
All Scenes Taken in England.
HE FELL IX LOVE WITH HIS
MOTH ER-IN -LAW.
THE TIVOLI TRIO.
lO CENTS-ALL SEATS-IO CENTS
Attend The Oregon
Salem, September 29 to
October 4, 1913
EEDUCED RATES ON .ALL
For Information Addrest
FRANK MEREDITH, ' Secretary
7th Annual Exhibition
Sept. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
GRESHAM FAIR GROUNDS
Grange and Agricultural Dls
lilrtMt. rrle Stock Show.
Band Concerts Home Rat-In.
KEMEMBEK THE DATES.
Cor. Vnushn and Twenty-fourth St,
SEPTEMBER 8, 0, 10. 11, 13, 13, 14.
Games Begin Weekdays at 3:15 P. M.
Sundays a!:a0 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under I-' Free to Bleachers
Pendleton Round Up
September 11, 12 and 13
Special trains on O.-W. P- & N. and
North Bank. Inquire of agents for fur
Classified advertisements, to re
:eive proper classification in the
next day's issue of The Oresonian,
must be in The Oregonian office be
fore 10 o'clock at night, except Sat
urday. Business office of The Oreeonlun
will be open until 10 o'clock at
night, as usual, and all classified
advertisements for the next day's
issue received too late for proper
classification will be run um!-.r
heading TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Wi K 3D BUM
V" MV rf
ALL DRUGGISTS -15
Had Improvement or tne roaa touun..-
bodied man go to work on the opening