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THE MQRyiXQ QBEGQXTAy. TUESDAY.
AGADEffllES HOI TO
PLAY SLATED GAME
Portland and Hill Decide to
Forego Battle, as Many
Want to Qq Home on Pay,
TJTLE IS NOT AFFECTED
Calling Off of Contest Brings In.-
tersctlplastiQ League Football
Season to JClpfi(-C3iamplon-shlp
la Not Settled.
Interscholaatie Football Finals.
WLTPc.l " W L Pet.
Col'rabla U ioi 1000 Port. Acad. .".1 3 tto
Jt'-'ah'sfn H 10 J 1000;tfm Military 1 3 .20
elXTs.'a Si 28 . .400 Lincoln HI.. . .1 i :200
BT GARL R. GOODWIN.
The regular 1014 football season of
tha Portland Interscholastle League
wag brought o a close yesterday when
Jwset K. Kuilng," of Portlanfl 2Tcede.rpy,
nd JpseEb A. Hill, of Hill Military
Academy, decided let call ott iHk Ta"t
scheduled game of the institutions,
slated" for Multnomah Field tomorrow
afternoon". " This" itCave B'ag believed
pest jjivew "of thefact that the result
of' the. contest bad na 'pfficlal 'hearing
on the title and apparently would liave
been a failure financially;.
Kash tiam completed the schedule
with one victory and three defeats and
a'"victoVy for one " would have tied It
with Jefferson'Htgli; "'
Leaders Are Tied.
The leadership of the league Is tied
'between Washington High ancf 6olumr
bia UnTversit j" each haying"wn fotir
6ms, besides playing their 1-7" tU.
JSfl tnethfid pf "settlement is provided
foe in the by-laws of the local "ieasu
when a "tie results, and ties were not
pIayed"oTf for the 1918 football and
the. 1914 basketball championships.
Bp'th "Washington ' High and the Co
lumbia University seem o""be willing
to" "stage a title" game, but official
authority lr.o'rrj'tbp principals cannot
1 obtained and no post-season contest
Teem s liSjely. . '
The Columbia University eleven will
Journey to Aberdeen tomorrow to play
the high school team of that plaice 'as
the main Turkey day attraction. Coach
bkiilorate will take four subs along,
in case of injuries to his regulars.
CbacB.Ear!, of Washington, Is trying
yu ti u Lit ixi a. maicn v i n some om-oi-town""
s'qjaag, "feuf "nothing definite ' has
Aggie Frakmci Not to Plagr.
The' proposed affair between the
Pre.ggij "Agricultural College freshmen
and the Lincoln High" gchool, slaved
for next Saturday in PortlandVbas
been called off "by Coach Borleske and
Everett -May will take "the Aggie
babies to La Grands and ThS pajles.
FoHowinj is a statement iSuedb.Y
the principals of the Portland Academy
and the Hill Military Academy relative
to " the canceling of the annual get
"In view of the fact that the foot
ball "gairhe between Hill Military Acad
emy and" Portland" Ac'aderny, scheduled
for Wednesday afternoon," November's,
can have "no" bearing ugpn he cham".
pionshig of the InterschQlastic "Teagpe,
andecauso a number of out-of-town
students oi the academies "wish " to
leav.fi ojj that, afternoon foe their re
spective h cum as fox the short Thanks
giving vacation, the principals of the
two academies have riinVualjy' agreed
to. cancel the game.
''JAME3 F- EWING.
SJOSEPH A. HILL,"
EOOXBALL UIJfBQWa PLACED
Merdjaotg' 414 i$n!ised to Arouse
Interest in Thursday Game.
A committee, composed pf l. Jeyce,
G. Q. Bradtey and L. A. Spangl'er, laid
before seuecal business men yesterday
Pan to create more interest in the
ALuUn'omah-Qregon game Thanksgiving
day on Multnomah Field. ' "
V box of eight seats for tbe game
will be awarded" lotHe" local "merchant
who has he best decorated football
window;" graduate" JVfahaggr Tif f any, of
tb? University of Oregon; ow" Walker
j i . ( . . , 'pi..r- . ,v -..
-"iuh omn, of- xn.e oi-uurioman
OJub, will judge tbe displays. " The
t!"??t5 wiH be awarded -Wednesday.
All merc"ha.nts yisifed promised' to
Cfciriefse Wins Football Hesow.
CHICAGO, Nov. 23. W. K. Ghang,
freshman of the University of Chicago,
received today the first football honors
ever awarded a"Chfne"se in this city.
Chang JJlayed" with the freshman team
during the last" sea'aen' and, with 19
others, was awarded the 1914 numerals.
YQl.tTM'rjglER WORKER FINDS IJfi.
USUALLY APPBiUSfi CASS.
Praaeea Msglll Gives Ovua Hat
an "Pell to Poor Provlmloa
Made to Prevent DapUaatlon.
APB pe.aaqnartars fef the Order of
Mula OX& tjimins out to be a "regular
beeblve of ''human Interest.':"' episodes
and representatives of nearly Xxy
.ng aiuamoa ia xna city are co-iQper-ating
. with enthusiasm In the celief
one inai tne Muts are carrying on.
Miss" Frances llaginr wfio' waggiying
the usg of her automobile to""gathir"up
danatfanis. yesterday " lo
case to take personal fnterest in right
ar"t"he"""beg"ra'nfhg'bftbew6rk."" A young
woman, bareheaded, came to the "head
quarters to ask for hejp. She was
without money and her husband was
out el work 'and' "there appeared no
chance of immediate ' employment tor
KiriC Another ' addition to the family
is expected shortly. . --
Miss "Magill took the casp in hand
energetically." by" first" ia'lf frig oft "h,er
own -hat; gnd veil and giving tftem"to
the, w'oinanT. Tb'en Aa T;pjiE"'her bppie
In the automobile and ascertained Just
J' b al " t a fpilly" g e e d pBT lmnie diat'el y.
Now 8he ij campaigning "among iter
women rriendslor baby clothes for the
expected little o'ne.
IvefsiflgJi ' wprk of the Big
Brother branch of tbe Muta is outlined
o'aborately by John H. Burgard, chair
mtf ot thm commltlee," as "sftnisfhing
whloh has as its cardinal aim not tem
porary relief, hut that which iffl have
the merit of lasting beneOt
"First of all," he said, "we are trying
to naka as aaaay of the aeady. families
self-supporting as we can by preour-ing
emplojunaot for the head of tha fant
'f. w have got steady employment
foe quite a number of man and' odd
Jobs running from one day to two
-weaka for. i tiers. ' Wo are sBpeAling
to the Elks, the Ad Club and other
organizations tFat are working 'with
us to advise us of anything they can
dp in this way. We have found plain
sewing 'for a number of w pmen who
have "the burden of supporting large
families on their eblulders.
."We are getting many of the Muts
and other good ieilpws jq tgwata go
anq visit tne iamiiies we nave on our
lists and see Just what the conditioni
are and 'What Is' "best to be done. We
Have taken 'care Bfaozeris of "families
in tnis way.
""W6"are-npt gplpg to fill any Thanks
giving or Christmas baskets with tur
Key or nigh-falutln' things to eat.
we nave six-standardized baskets, cost
nig irgra 4 eacb. depending o
tne number of persons to be fed. and
only the most nutritious and wholesome
or staple articles of ' food "are put in
these baskets.'" These" are Tei'ng""zent
out as the urgent calls come in.
"We are going to do all we can to
co-operate with other 'agencies of re
lief and will "furnish a comDlete list of
m "is fff'Mies w e are curing ior or
uuuuicnos ia in any way, (riui a De
tailed report on the case, to any other
organization engaged in similar work
1 -V I .3 " ...-.lIAlfc , - -
SQUAD GETS FREE MEAL
SCHBSiH TPRISB (TO COAX
M MKJi OIX TO FSJLCTICE!.
Plan AVOTk Well First Time, and Bev-
eral Wi Hve Beta Kedtaent Ap
MTm Psl4 Db to Avcrags,
Multnomah ' jO. C.
MulinonanTr .2ZiCbexna7a' 'Indians
Multnomah. .15: Aberdeen Moose...
A tralninar table was established last
uul u uie juuitnoman uiuq lor tne
P'Ql) JPStbaTl players, who are "sched
uled to meet the Unjver&ity of Oregon
team Thanksgiving day on" Multnomah
Field. Each 'evening tbe members of
the team will dine at the club and
then turn out for practice. The new
stunt worked well, as the free meal at.
tracted several members who. have been
r'fttlVgr " negligent in 1ui nTng """oyt" br
preliminary workouts will be held
eacn evening until Xbursday.
fllpst of the boys on the team live
out in tne suburb and wuj not cp'me
back to the club for eyeiiLnir "nraxiina
aiier going nome.r- saii CaDtain Cop
vill last xilght. iiso I thougbt If "Ve
arranged to give them their dinner at
the. club mora men. would be on band
In comparing the sauad that taVxn
the field' against liregori" with 'teams 'of
the past "Red" Rupert sa,Jd that al
though this season's team got aft to a
poor start it Had the materia and
Should compare faxnrably with Winged
M teams that have done battle in other
days. The powerful team' that rep
resented' the club'last season Tiart" miif h
to mari witn man tne present one,
according to "RupeTC - . - .
in ere - are three ex-University of
Orsgp.n fpottaU playera "on tha" aquad
yh9 a11 probability will get a chance
against the Oregon' squad. " Tbey'a're
xayior, tsauey ana Holden. "
Cair. StrlsalST arid " liohaldspn are lo
cal men wno will appear for the club.
Day ia an eir'Hiil Academy "nlayf.
Striebig claved with the old rninmim.
Clbb,'andrt)ori4ldspo yltli tb gf. Janies
club, of Vancouver, Wash.
Te Oregon "Aggi.eaaJaP will have
two representatives in the game against
ii wtiww in itecK ana terry.
gra.nnls and Bader also are graduates
of an eregen school, the Willamette
University. "Red" Rupert gained fame
6s a gridiron warrior "'in 5aya ' a Kane
wia.u mi Aioaay uouege.
Other members of the olub team hail
from the East. Cajtftln James Convlll
played with Bardue and" Utah "before
Joining tbe plub team. P-hilbrook
kmuou vy unman ana otre liame.
Rogers played with a Ghiese-a hio-h
school team. d'Rourke with Minnesota
HytiaswyvB, nA riargreayp with
JEFFERSON HIGH STUDENTS
OJT ATTRACTIVE SHOW.
5i5 Fe?rnance Declared
Financial Success and All
"Taraa? Win Plaudits,
J-ne UlM Alan From Afrlsi " "Tk.
Baby Show." "The Museum of Vi-e.V. :i
"The Big Show in the Center Tent"
"Tha lT 1 t- TT-7. L .. rr-. Vi ir , . . r
ITtsK Sc.hoflr"e6cJety"'cTrciiahei4 "ieater-
day in tbe school eiimaaaluin
It was staged by the members of the
-"..iiiS Gtass ana was a
big financial success, despite the fact
that the general admission was only
lti cents and the admission te each "et
the sideshows was 1 cent.
One 'of the futures pf" thg big "tent"
was tha Spanish dance of the Blue
Twins. THi'a wag th"jr flrst appear'ahce
outside pf their own country'" tEiod
59?t), and they were pbtaijieiTby Man
ager John Howry at a fab'ulpus price".
The Jefferson High School band pa
raded under the banner, "Harmony Personified.:-'
It almost started a battle
between its members and the "spielers "
who could not make themselves hoard
above the din. Another feature of the
main -'Uent" was the' trio composed' of
Miss Beatrice Porteous. Miss Jeanette
Wiggins and Mrs's Doris' Stoppenbach.
ether persons lending humor" t"p "the
occasion 'were Gordon Mourice, Frank
DavTs and Wetze'll Quaint "Kfis'i Bertha
Van der Meer made ' an interesting
clown as she breezed through "the
crowds. ... -
Mies Catherine Robinson helped
gather in the' pennies as the dispenser
d real fink' lemonade and "popcorh. The
"dwarf was visited by a'gfeat many
and pronounced one ' of the " greatest
wonders of the age.
Miss Ruth Walters bad a big crowd
trying to hit the "nigger baby" with
everything from" old algebras to the
latest things in advanced rhetoric." Miss
Carroll Barker had on exhibition a re
markable correction "of "sk"Ie"f6"hs 7rbm
Africa, which means either Professor
Sgptt's or one pf tbe pther laboratories
The baby ehajy was in charge if'STiss
Enola Brachans, with Miss Helea Zim
merman as one 'of the subjects.
be only Jisapoointmeot of the
afternoon waa'the" anriouncemeht that
because of the inability to procure any
saalies Mfss"Ye"3af0fiAfii, &'b' waj "to
have appeared as . a snake charmer,
PBUW not be. induced ta take part. The
usual subjects of her charm would npt
appear either, so the act was canceled.
PRAYER FOR PIANO HEARD
Mr. Nina larowe Provides instru
aent foe Margasef lYfkmaa.
Margaret Frykman la tq hay Jhe use
f a VftSP- to have an oppor
tunity to learn to""pIay an4 so satisfy
the ambition of her life. An interview
with Miaa Frykman in The Qregonian
yesterday attracted Mrs. Nina Larawt
prominent In club, literary and social
circles, and" Immediately Mrs. Larowe
telephoned her desire to help the young
girl; who iji' trying tp'help herself.
"If music Is to give this. gTri "an In
SEirftMP11''' Mfg.' Larowe, "I want
to da my part and so will pay tor'the
TSPtal pf clang for Margaret for six
months. Ruxth ermore."" i aTTll "use my"
ipfleSSS i2 SSS that she gets a "suit
able teacher. We will lnteresT soxa
woman whose influence and Instruc
tions "wJU help the "gUi"musIca"Uya"s4
SCHOOL CiRCijS" DRAWS
Steps Taken to Petition
siding Circuit Judge
Order New Tally.
EVERY PRECINCT INVOLVED
Defeated Candidate Wants Complete
Check of Canvass That Gives
Hurlburt Xjead of 171.
Court 5Jajr Ac Tpdajr,
A recount of the vote cast at tbe
recent election for tbe office p'f Sheriff
probably will be ordered within the
next few days by Tom M. Word, the
present Sheriff, who, pn the face of the
Official return's, has been defeated for
reeIection"by Tfioraas'M." Rijrlburt, by
a margin of 171 votes' ' '
Papers" Hi "the ' case were preoared
yesterday by Ralph Moody, who" is
acffng as attorney for SHeriff Word.
and they will be ' presented to Judge
Kavanaugh, presiding Judge in the
Multnomah Countv Circuit Court to
day, it the court grants the' petition
tor a recount or' the pallots. Judge
Kavanaugh" piay'eitber act. "lilpiself, as
juuKc, ore toe count is maoe, or
appoint another to preside.
It' is reauired in such c that
showing be made in tho petition that
tne DaiiQia oe which a recount Is da-
sired have been kept Intact and have
no been"" tampefeoT with'" since thev
were first counted. The burden "of proof
Ps. iact is upn tne plaintiff. In
cidentally, Oregon cases appear'tQ have
established the chief precedents quoted
in the law ' books "as to" the legal
aspects of petitions for the recount of
voiej in aisDuted elections.
Expense; p to Word.
The expense of a recount falls unrvn
l?e BiSi???- Ifbich in this case will be
Sheriff Word. It "is "apparent ihaftHe
Sheriff and his friends are ready ' to
ney have ordered Attorney
i o uroceea witn tne iai for.
It is'u'nderstood that the recount win
not be limited to a few contested" pre
cincts; as Kas""beeri the' practice" in
similar cases in the p"asl, but "Kaf eVery
vote cast for the office of Sheriff in
Multnomah, County" will' be gone oyer
and counted by. the officials.
Ji lia'i'lieen .susgfigfea "'Tbkt a judge
w ... ujioiutj AAuiLnoman i Dimrv nA ha.
ISfted tP preslde"'over the" recount nro.
ceedinga, and It la probable that "if the
fH'crsgji-a csjjgipares can agree
upon someone that such action will" 6e
III J t -r . . . .
" r. nonoun is elected bv rno
ypte that's 51uare,T will give him this
office with the Tiest srrace TrT th
world' declared Sheriff "Word vssikr.
day. "I would not have tha affice of
Sheriff with ena Illegal vote.
'vvnen r. Holcomb says be gave us
mo oest or it itj tne fount, where did
be get his information?""" ' ' - - -
Burlburt Weloomoa Recount.
l ie Hurlburt sunsorterv on tho nth or-
bapo,"" weicome" the recount "ah4 "fieilare
that it will give them an opportunity
m euojung inai tnair candidate baa
been eleated by a widep margin than
thai shown an tha face of tbe afficiai
They declare that the-' Tmvo
of irregularities toom various parts of
the county 'and that th m - k
TPuSbt to the attention cf'th hH
conducting tha recount? ' " "
Aceording to law a candidate desir
ing a recount must make formal pres
entation of his demands within 30 days
after the election in MafmAi 'k.. hi.
poneijf. Jt has been generally 'con
strued that this 80-day period dates
ifis say jjf tha election,
Efforts will be made to haxtu fh-
reepunL The Sheriff i dn. t.i,.
St"ce. Si feefSllrig of the year,
aerlff Word, under tfie law, will serve
until his successor is duly eleotad and
OHalifisd. So long as Mr. HurlUurt'S
election 1 ia dispute It is understood
that he cannot legally take office.
URKEY STOCK IS HEAVY
DJEAtJBB-5 AJtJJ I.O0KIG FOR BIG
HoUday Pawl im eheaier Than .
Year, aaa Seeelyt of Big Supply
May Cut Price.
As the retailers exnaoteri
Uixksya hue toma for tbe Thanksgiv.
ing trade Buying fey thee public haa
not atarted yet. but today the market
man expaet the demand to open up As
uitvce are lower than they have been
fpr several years, the dealer believe
they will il about as man v tri,.
The price announced bv tho iaa.
retailera is 2i cants a nound tt th
est turkeys, with iecan.rr.ii. ki i
aeiling lower, according to quality. Last
''rs; ii'i! 6P.JQ, in the stores
at 3S to o5 cents, and the
re-yailed two years" ago. Tbres years
go the Thankasivinir market ho.2
of an oversupply, slumped to 80 cents,
but at Christmas time "the price went
up to 35 cents.
h dealers.' of soumo do
for any auch break this Thanksgiving,
but that will deoeria " o'n hr,il-!'r,or,J
fowls come in between now and" Wednes
day nigns. :jtne bulk of the ud61v
rom tbe regular ehiDoina- wtinn.'k
now on hand; but there are always" be-
aicu omiiuieiiu, ana jr these prove to
l&ZS?- P?od tjjr keys may be bought
for less tbau quarter a nxiirid. ' it
nJf rata, no one looks fos'aa advaaee.
vinsr tsiBM of dreascd poultry alaa
will sail lower than a year ago. The
prlpe asked for fat geese is 2Q cents a
pound, while last TfLanksgJyihg it" was
34) cents ia the large stares, rmcki st-o
selling at 28 to' 25 cents, as against 60
u.9 . yeas ago, wnue chickens au
bringing 18 to 86 cents now, and last
year they brought 25 cents. "
' 'All k"Inas"6f holiday meats are cheaper
than for several years past. The best
rSfiSt PS is selling at JJ tg JU cents
a pound, and last season It bcounht tea
ceijta. Roajgt. jjor Is fiejjidedly lower,
at 15 to 20 cents, as against 2Sto a"o
cents a year ago. Roast lamb and
roast yeal au worth 18 toTn'"cM7
Last rear these meats brought 20 to 25
Almost avers kind of fruit and nu.
table Is cheap this FMI. so fcqusewlves
will nod the cost of preparing a Tha'nka
eiylng dinner TOBch. Isaa than In recent
ALL-DAY SALES ARRANGED
Atbina Starkej; to Offer Seecial
yiianks,7lvlu g Produce aunorxosr.
Alblna Consumerst League has sent
outspecial lettersta tbe farmers and
consumers of the' Alblna" district call
ing attention to" the "fact '" tfeat the
Is a Powerful
Influence In Blood
Works With a Definite Pur-
pose and s a Known
There are some things in medicine that
are certain and definite. Thev do the
SOCK. S- S. S. is one of these reliables
and is a knoBn antidote for all blood
trpuQies. More than that, it is harm
less, lor it does not hurt the stomach.
does not affect tbe bones and Joints, nor
does it alter the intecrritv of the rM-v
ana spine. But It does sweep through
the blood, a powerful, searching, cleans-
Inir influence, remarkable for result anA
a tremendous relief "to"""ttiose 'who 'suffer
the humiliation of skin eruDtiona.
A&aru all sickness is due to aluirtrish
blood. And If you let S. S. S. "bathe your
57"H w!1-? 'ts wonderiul influence your
nerypm irpHpieg, your wan, weary, fadef.
iiuiess, nxeiess ooay will revive and be
come so renewed with, the sense of enjoy,
able health you Kill scarcely know your-
self. Try 8. 8. S. today. Get a bottle
at any drug store.' It will nut von on
your "" feet ;-ieep ' you going all day and
ename you to sleep sound and restfiri.
s. s. s: is not a "dope." not a chvslc
but g " flni, TiracTag,"" uuclfrlng "iRsdTciiie
mat is sure to do you a world of good.
It is Just what you need. ' 8. S. S. Is
prepared "by TTbe fewlft "Sjieclffc VqT 60
Swift Bids., Atlanta, Ga., and if you are
troubled ' with " any stubborn blood 'disease
their medical department will guide you
saieiy 10 aeaitn. itrite tnem.
league will keen on en the Alblna Mb
lie market cn Kp&tt street all day to
morrow. The farmers have been asked
pftesF TkaS.&sSlVing gup-
??rg? njeat booth is b.eing buUt
at tbe market to comely ' with the
meat inspector's requirements.
PRESS CLUB GAINS STAR
MISS FRASHCES MASILL TO DEMON
STRATE HODERX STEPS.
Pretty Portland Girl ana Expert Dane-
lna; Partner to Headline Jinks of
QfCTTsmen Torqarxarr Jy'lght.
Headline distinction in tha links to
be held by'the'Eresa Club tomorrow
night goes to a prettir Cortland arirl.
She ia Miss Frances M-agill, star pupil
QI trrofessor Ringler"a dancing acad
emy, who will give an exhibition of
an tne modern steps, specializing in the
"Maxixe," the "Lulu Fada" and the "Fox
Trot.r M1ss Magill'a dancing partner
Will be Arthur Hitnes, and Mra.' Mader
Will preside at the piano for the
Misa Magill's demonstration marks
the most pretentious act ever presented
at the Press Club, heretofore the "en
tertainment being confined ta the tinv
stage In the clubrooms. That the Port
land danseuse may give a coniDlt
$?S.I3OI;?tratlpni pf her dancing talent
and that" her" programma jnaV ".include
the dips, swings and turns of the down-to-date
dances, the auditorium floor
will be eleared and nuabcti of tha
Press Club and their ariista will bo
seated arpunS' f he.' pentral Bpaps. '
luagui nas won bign praise
from headline dancers who have ap
peared at tha various 'vaudeville thea
ters in ' Portland, and she has declined
eysf 1 9"ers tp Join dancing acts. She
dances for art's sake "and does'riot'in
tBd to seek stage honors" until she
completes her course in fancy jdarifiiog"
Another feature in the Jinks tomor-
fpy wil be Fred Hlidebrand. eccentric
r-. -.S- " ::-'
Miss France- Ma grill, V ho With
Partner, Will Demonatrate Lat
rst Dances at Preaa Club. Jink
comedian at the Marcus Loew Empress.
nmaeorana is alx feet tall and narrow,
but hg; does not rely entirely on his
fountain-pen "build tij make" a It in
yaudeville., He Is a' melodjous singpr,
bis iankiness'permFta"h"im td'dn 'eccen
trie daneing heavier eomedians cannot
attempt, and his stories are laugh-pro-
uuvsia. 4iuii;uiA4 r a opje .no
big hits of the show at tho Empress in
the opening performance yesterday.
reeaouen commltua tomorrow
will insist upon every member of the
clu"fe beigg accompaijied by. four gien
friends' as he enters' in " attend Xhe
WATER COOLER NOW jSSUE
Atbee Says Bate WQnld .Force Sfeter
Use Bjgfore Queation Settled,
Qn the frround
5 prpjopsal of
to charge a rate of
J .4 HlPPtO fQr water copTTn
used in about 225 hpmea "of the" city
means virtually forcing these people
to put in water meters in spite of
the referendum now pendlns against
the ' I )a 1 v universal ' tnotor nrh.ma
STayor Albejs yesier'day objected before
the Council to the proposed ratft"Efil'ng
Commissioner Saly says the coolers
cause waste of watai and that an ex
cessive rate ahpuld be charged. Mayor
Albee said that be bad Investigated
in a number of ca&ea and found that
tha coolers do not use any morp water
than would Us used ordinarily.
at is uaeiy tne proposition will cob
up at the regnlaf meeting of the' Coun
cil, "wEen some definite aillaa is" expected.
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ABSTRACTS OF TITl-
PROMPT SSIRV1CE at xeaaoDabre prlcaa
' Paging TTtTa a-Trnsr-Cor.-T cn.-of Ctnc-
ACCQKDIQN" KNIFE: AND BOX PLSAT-
is; a, ficoxisa.HEMSTircHiNa, bkaxd-
1NC. SMyttOfPERla, EASTERN" 3SOV
gLIT KFSjt- CQ.'. SS Btri e.T" NR. OAK.
K STEPHEN HamaUtchlng aiid acaJlopln's,
teevrd. si4a pleat,' but'tona covrii, aooaa
Post4. inaiT orders.' f &S Alder.' U. 87.
ASBAlfcKJj A1 ANA1.VBTS.
URlNti in your gl4 Jewelry, aid sold, aitvei.
- pre or platluam and set caah tor It. A.
6ennet. R; Q10 N. W. -bid s . 6th and Wain.
MOiiXANA. ASSAY OFs-lCK. HUhk U4. ".
alivcr and plstlnunt bousbt-
JT ft. GRKENFllilU General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collections, etc., consul
tation trea Nev oillcea. TXTTTlOS. 70V
ln. blfja- Main 4Mg. Open yvenlnsa.
By sixitsa ooLXjaoE.
W'K-g HJNEaS COLJLEUS. TiUord hldg..
rorttana. ureson. Phone Main 60S.
NQHTHIVKSX HUG CO. Rusa frpm old sar
Beta. ras ruga 1tj'laat StS. Sgth phQpea.
CELLPLQID BUTXOys. BAlHiEa. -
THK IHWIN.HnlunN ryoiitv-
. 2 5th t. Phstat iiarn 312 and A .
William Estelle and Wimam. - Jr., Dwvenj,
tha only acientlfic chiropodists in tha city.
Parlora,- 802 aerllncer tridg., 8." Wpornor
j niu Aiutr. ruanq main 1!IH1.
68DUJE chlrppQdhiU Rediciuiat, mul-
- wmy. tun nua.
ehlKOfOD- and ' pedicuring. Mrr- il. II.
mi., viiicea. g iteaner biag. Main stTS.
CHiBOPltACTlC I'll X blCIAMS.
DR. ' McllaUQo, W ' 4tn.- 81S WUl' Chronic
caees; 31 treauaenta 1S. Others learn.
flMMXG AJfP PKESS1M If.
CRS&S UIia (or rent; ata pteaa one suit
' caca aeek for 11.60 per month.'
' UNIQUE XAIliL)INa CO..
109 Stark t.. tiet. Cth and Bth. Mala 614.
TOL1BCT1OT aStXCT. '
Accoun ta, notes.' Judgmen ta collect ed. "Adopt
fbort Method. T ' Shorr Adjuatment Co,
i.. . nii. pmg. rooiii ranrsTC
KTH" CO-. Worcester Tilda "Main" 178
FROST WAL - WILSON Waits, has. tatlon.
btettation, Mattte. caatle aalk; leaaona
morning, arternoon, eve. : ' guarantee
to teach acibods who walks How to
dance. 80H ih bet. Stark and "Oak; -4
fcata 783T " ci! VtLia
M Co. aza-go, aawtborneaya
ARClliTl.T'Tr RA1. U IRK A IKiv unnaii
f"'i"u wire gc iron waa. aq and ijoiumpla.
AUTO AXI1 Rixiflv TOM
DUSRUILUa- BUHGr TOP CO., UWO Sd at.
BALLOTJ Ac 'WRIGHT,' 7th and Oak ata
BAUUAtilS l:UK( KKII AT unvi K
Baggage at Omnlbua Ttsnater, Park & pavla
-BICVCfcE, ' UUTOBVICLE JC BCt" PLIES.
B-KULtJcr WRIOKT. Tth- and Oak ata
' " RKKAn RAKKkV: -
Royal Bakery at Cojjf.; inc.. nth and Everett.
BKEU EU8 A UUTTLKMH.
HENRY WEIMUABD, 18th and Burn aid a.
-CA-J-rAltA' -tlAtl :k- aiii okapk koox.
L'KilENT.- fclMK AMI 1'I.AfiTKR
P. Tr ChOWE a-CO., "45 Fourth atreet.
Cai'lEK. TEAS AMI HPICKfL
CLQ8SETT A DEVBBB. Irll . Front n.
' '' ' 1KY GOODS.
FLEISCHSEB. MATES A ca, JQT Aab at.
-en.KCTKTCAX. SUPPLIES -
Btubba aiectrlcal Co..- 6th and Pine ata
okaix merchants: ' '
Albera Broa. Milling Cp.. Frpnt apd Marahall
TRIP DRAWS MANY
Rusarians Are Besieged fpr
Billets With Excursion.
125 TO QQ AND 96 APPLY
Out-o(-Town Tcrsona Peslrens of
tpinlnsTQir to Fair Cities Are
'iniprnn-"Float 2JST. S? Taken.
There is every indication that the
iist for membership la the fteyal
Bpsarlan excursion to Southern Cali
fornia the first of the year will be
greatly evar-aubscxlbed Jens b.??? the
tia $ tJ? trip.
Announcement ot ing irjemDersnip
committee at the meeting of the
Hesariaaa yesterday, indicated that 96
peranns already have arranged to take
the trip, and the ""size" of fRe""Pary is
limited to 12. or tnose wno nave al
ready arranged to participate" ig the
ei&Uralfla tfeere are 61 men aiid 35
"Emery Glsnstead. chairman ef 4e
personnel corninittee, is receiving in
quiries continually from persons living
outside of Portland who desire to Join
the esoursioa.' ' Tbe list of o.Ut-o$-tfiwn
persons who ean be taken has been
limited to 19, and it is thought that
. V - i - : . 1 J I i. 1 j.
till a WiU JJ " t A T
The battleship Oregon float' which
was dlBplayed at the Manufacturers'
and Land Products &hew will be taken
with-the" excursion If feasible. It will
be drawn hy four Whe hprses In the
float parade at the tournament of roses
in Pasadena- Some of the members of
tbeRbsarians yesterday; pledged them
selyea tij assist "in" ffnanfeing this plan
if it apper feasible after inqufrjT.
Anolber irhportant feature wolch was
planned at tha'm eiing yesterday is to
take a carload ot apples, packed in
half-box crates! for distribution in the
cities" "which tiie Rosarlans till visit.
The apples will not be given out
prpTadjitj "but will be' bestowed as spe
cial gifts uponprQiiilnenf," r-epresen"ta-iye
fiersqna In "the places where "tht
Hosarioris are" jjjjtei-talned!. On the
comnnittae in charge of this feature are
B, if. Crnzier. S. ii, Atkinson and H. W.
Mayor AVbee has received a request
from San Dleo to appoint a committee
to represent him "at"tha4 city on Eori-
land day and at the Panama-Galifetnia
Kipjlsltlon 'Jjriuify 2.
ua win ccwier witn tne. mSP?psr8 of
the City Commission at once, and everv
member of trie Comnirssjpjj" wiij aopoint
two representatives, one for the com
mittee at San Diego and one ta repre
sent them on a committee at the dedl
ca'tion "of Tje Oregon building in San
THANKSGIVING MUSIC SET
OJrurcti f St. M i.chael's Pl9 Spe
cial Nariibers for Services.
Thanksgiving day services In the
Chureh of fvt. Michael's and AU Angels
will ba celebrated at 18 o'clock Thurs
day mprRing.' Tift Rev. W7 F. Bowen
is rector of the church. A muaLcai Bro
gramme, "whlcfi wll include many -appropriate
selections, will be gTyeiu. Che
Voluntary. Bvening- Star. from un.
bttueex." Mlas Bnbcna' Laracu. violinist:
processional hymn. VCome Te Thankful Pto-
. " . . i v . .is iivmH, surs.
i. It. -Paiker and' Miss Laura Snap, with
violin obllpatq, Mlsa Larson; ee Oeum Lau
aatem" ISiiSfesW: Jyb!laEt.o""pe"i" j(HQP
kuiil; brmn, "America"; efferj.o'ry, 'Na-
uona Bong or trraiaa ; reccaalonaL "Thi
air. and ' Uta Heath's Academy; leaaona
dally; claaa lion, and Vri. eve., 8 to 10.
2itl olorrlaon. car. 2d; Marahall HIS.
HBra.TH'S--Djrrrclng ScDoot,' 109 Second st
bet. W'asb. aud Starki -leaaona daily; ail
the lateat-danctg- taught.
PIC"A- "SV. "KEICXE. M-ajFStlo' Theater bidg.,
514 Vi'rhmj;oir at -Maralnvll
"L6E.IAIt.iNQ6: jJiD THROAT. '
Treatmenta by apeciallata; glasses fitted. Dr.
. . Casteday. 61 Dckuui il., Sd ek Wash.
MOTORS, gcheratora bought, sold, - rented
and -repaired. - -we 'do ait kind ot repair
ing and rewinding, ail work guaranteed.
U. il. it. Elecme Co, Si girat at. Korth.
Phone Main, WU10. '
FerapBt ANU U CUI.NIC WORKS.
PSOENIX-lrorr Works, Kaat 8d" and -Hw-thorne.
qeperu( machine and lounary work.
PKTEK fAX kuiderg"4ttenr-anf primary,
21rft and trying ara: 'aax 1:
KOAAK3 4NU ALL urpLIiiSriae-velDprng,
rlnting and enlarging, l'IKal c MAttK
LAM CO.. D4S aatatngtoii at.
Engines, boners, saw mills bought, sold and
exchanged. TOe J. a. Martin Co., Portland.
ST? Mi.2iali;.MilEK' CQ. ilolorcyclea and
tt-yele." Phone Main S3. A Klfrd.
Moving i it-rtrKKa.
FILMS, mac hi oca auppllea, rented or aolu,
United tian eg.. -44$ yt.
Emil Thlelborn, vlolia teacher: pupil ISovclk.
- 107 Flledr.er bldg. A 1UU. MkrdhaU lilt.
MAIV.BQPATiiit; rnTslCtA8; -
DR. PRILUFB, apaoikllat ia paralysis, ner-
"VDua, chxonlft diaoaaea.' 0U4 lreednlau bids.
A FIGHT on high prlcea
Why pay S to 10- for a
pair ot g-iaaaes when 1 cau
. . mjvm witn lira C -
:. ,i aoia-rtnea framea. as tow
as 41.S0T Ooodman. lai Morrison eu. Bear
bridge. Satiafactiou s:uaranted
DR. K B. NOHIHBUP, 103 Morgan bldg
' 25: Broadway and Wsahington atreec Of
tlce phone. Mam t; residence. Saat
R. C. WRIGHT It years' practice. l. 8. and
" - ,.iyiin MU UQUia BJUg.
T.'J. CTHIStER.- Atty-at-Law.' 608 Henry.
Wm. C. Scbmldt,-Sng.-and d raits man.
W HOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
I WARHams cg-a-'xoFourth at.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO..
WHOLtjUALE -UNLV. Ill DEKBM BLDQ.
HAT 8 AND CAPS.
THANHAUBER HAT CO.. M-S6 Front St.
HIDKS, PKL1S. WOOL AND iXBA.
KAHN'j-ROS.,' ml Frout stretc
pacific ieun work,
Bast End of Humsida ti ridge.
IEEL STRUCT L'KAi, PLACtT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
" CASTINGS",'- -
STSEL BRIDGES-KOOB- TRUSSES,
Carry " complete -stock of
BTEEL "BEAMS AND ANGLES,
CHANIS-EL TLATE4 -
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE 8 UPPUE4.
CHAS. J. MASTICK A CO.. 74 Front : leather
of every description, tape, mfg. findinga.
UMK, CEMENT. PLASTER. M ETAL LATH
1'he J. McCraken "Co.. 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor llr;-.'.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 Firth sc.
God of Abraham Praise"; voluntary. "Pll
grim'S Chorua." from "Thanhauser." Mlsa
Larson, violinist: Mn. C C SUay. jihoir
icpe.r ftpa organist.
F. K. Shelley, of Seattle, is at the
Miss Fen Ilobbs registered at tbe
faeward yesterday, from Salem. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy II. Gordon, of San
Francisco, are at the Seward.
J. M. Nolan, CflrvaUla business man.
is at the Seward..
C A, Iasyls. ut De.B.yRr, is at the
" C. W. amnios, sf Astoria, (s at the
11. lyillinsham is registered at tha
earlton, from Kugeae.
Albert vieier, ef Whita .Salmon,
Wash., is at t-he" Carlton.
R, E. Painter is registered at tbe
Nortonla, from Bend."
UraT". 'ii Atwoad. Miss Edna
wood and Mrs. Marvin Peters, of
Beayer. Pa are. at tna Kortonia,
G. r3. Alien, of Turner, is at the Kor
tonia. George W. Johnson, of pufur, is at
E. B. Amsdsn, pf Mogier, registered
at the Cornelius yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs.' V. E Mcintosh, of San
Diego, are at the Cornelius.
P.f T 9.nS, ?f Miles City, Mont, is
registered at the CVrrielTus.
H. W. Maynard is registered at the
Perkins! from Forest Grove.
A. F aji.4 C. ' 1-f. ' Cook, of Chicago,
are at tbe Eerkias.
Captain T. J. Maegenn, ef the steam
er Breakwater, is at tVie Perkins.
"VY, E. Slimson, fit Pagcq. "Syash., is
at the Perkina
P. M. Burnslde, ef Seattle, is at the
Charles K. Henry, of Passadsna, Is
at the Multnomah.
C W, Bellbrpnnsr (j regls.tpred at
tba Oregon, fram Medford.
George C. Baer, or Pendleton, !s at
the Orfegon. '
Caorge Gates, of BeUingham. regisr
tared at tbe Oregon yesterday.
J5"y C, Smith, advance man for "Dis
Make yeuy skin well with Resinol
Oiatmeht and Resinol Soap. They
work sq aui.ckjy and surely that it
positively seems as if you could see
thern dq good. Itching usually 6top$
at once, healing beginsij, and the red,
raw, gcaly pr pimply ikin sqqt be;
comes clear and healthy again.
STEI-N'ri EUAN OFFlCtl, tf North 6th at. '
THE PLUME, tormerly Morgaa
bldg., have moved to room 40t
Buciianta bldg., over l-eenc
store, zstli IV asaington street.
Dyeing, cleaning and remodeling
a apeoialty. Main 4008.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
- otficg near intx and York ita-Uim Stai.
KL'liBKB STAMPS, HE A La. BRASS t-iCN-
PACiFiC COAST IsTAMP A'ORKa.
831 Wash, at. Phone Main 710 and" A 171
SOHCAK. BANK. t elUUE llXTtKEa.
aOR reaaonable prices aee 'Wcttern Fixture
e 6htfw;aae Co.. 4 a N. 10th. Marshall 774.
Marshall lltg.- Co.. 10th Flanders New
and old window display and cabinet work.
- ttXUltAOE AU lHA.Vatttt.
PORTLAND Van Storage Co. cor. lata,
and Kearney sis., latt coqipleied. new t. re
proof warehouse Xor household effects,
pianos and automobllea; 'containe aeparate
tlrwand vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults; track
age tor carload ahipruenta, vaua for mov
ing; reduced freight rates on household
gbod("toand from East in through' cars.
Main- 80. all departuenta
C. O. "PICK Tranafer 4k Storage Co. Otflc
"and commodioua 4-atory brick warenouaa.
aeparate iron' room and fireproof vaults
Xor valuables. N. W. cor. 2d aud Plaa ata.
Pianoa and f urnltur "moved and packed,
for ablpment,' special ratea mada on- good
in our through cars to ail domeaUo and
foreign porta. Main 86, A ig.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New Xireprsot warehouse with separata
rooms. We move and pack' houaehoid
goods" anC "pianos and ihip at reduced
ratea Auto ' vana- and teams for moving.
Vorwarding and distributing agents. Fre
trackage. Office and warehouse llh and
hoyt si47. Maic'tl?. A 7?4r.'- - -
MA.N-sl.NQ WAREHOL'-SE TRANSFER "CO.
13th" and EVerett Sta." - --
Pianos -and houaehoid goods moved,
sacked and ahlpoad: reduced freiRht ratea
on all household- goods to and from Easu
Through car aervicel Main 103, A' illl '
OREUUN TRA-SSFER CO.. 7 Gliaan at.,
cor. 13th. Telephone 'Main' t or A 11-51.
"vYc Of a a&il fiprao two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal ' tracks. rm4nt
Insurance ratea in city.
MAUISOii-Sl'.' "DOCK-and tVAREHQ-JSE-Office
1&9 Madison; general merchandise
CTRH..'' -gnd" ffry alabwood; blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main S720, A 8.
FOR BAWINO in Irvragton and Upper Al
blna, call Woodlawn X277.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th ata.
PALNTS AAD WALL PAPER. "
PIONEER PAINT CO., iotf Firat atreet
W.-tt ITCLLTCK A Ct7.. lith andfavia.
OKNA.MENI AL IRON AND U IKE.
Portland W ire it iron U ka., 2d and Columbia
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
rasmtjssEn Ac co., id anr Taylor ata
PIPE. PIPE ilTTlNUS AND 4 ALVES.
M. L. KLINE. B4-bu Front atreet.
I'LCMUINO AND STEAM. SUPPLIED
M. L. KLINE, b4-bo Front street.
" PRINTERS "AND PL'BLISUEHS.
W: UALTKa- -CO., 1st and Oak rta
PRODUCE COMMi&slON AlKKCUAN TS.
EVEHD1NO &. FARKELU 14t iroot at.
ROPrT'A-NO BINDiNU TWINE.
Portland -coinage CTrr.--i4th and Northrnp.
SAND ANU UUAVEL.
COLUMBIA. DIGGER CO.. loot of APkeny.
" S.rSU, -DOORS' ANU GLASS. -
W. E. IXLLSB -CQM 12th and Davla
Portland Iron Worka. 14th and Northrup.
J80 2d mu
WHOLESALE JEWELERS OPTICIANS.
BL'TTERKIKLD UROS.. MOHAWK ELLU.
raeli," Is registered at the Multnomah,
from New Yd'rttT" ' '
W. B. Shoffer and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Neace, of W'aUsb.ufg, "vVasEi., are at the
Meadamas I. liolgate and S. V. Eartr '
ford, of Mlnneapoirs, are at the Nor
airs. Bertha A. Rich, of Log Augeles.
is at the OregoiC
Dr. William Kuykendall. of Eugene,
is at the ImperlHl.
W. N. Matlock, of Tendleton, is reg
isterfd at th Imperial. '"
"W. L. Chamber, pPullman. Wash.,
.t the Imperial.
President Kerr, of the Oregon Agri
cultural College, is at the Imperial.
CHICAGO, Nov. 237 (Special. ) Port
land persons at Chicago hotels today
were; At Jbfl Cftngresa. Mr, aud Mrs.
M. J. Buckley; at the Majestic. E. P.
Peterson; at the great jsprthero. Jape
ILK INSPECTION GIVEN UP
Little Animal F4gnts Tuberculosis
Test Two Dpya and Job Ends.
Plans to test all the elk at the Wash
ington Park aoo for tuberculosis were
abandoned yesterday, when health offi
cials. YthP had" the 't'aslt to "do. com
pleted tba test 23 the flrstTofthe elk
to be selected. It took'two. bard days
for a dozen mea to get tba animal" In
a crate where the test could be made.
Th9 plk which was finally captured
waVi small, "weak-looking animil and
the other 14 are big. It was figured
that t a little elk put up a two days'
fight there was no use tackling the
la'rsrer "animal a
OBBTq Mr- and Mrs. Andrew Orr at
their home in Maolcwcj) yQtte'fuil',' a' 10
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOu KAXE; Theap for cash slightly used
moving picture machine itfidlson." Call
after S P. M.. 2?t S. Water st.
EAST aide unimproved corner, fleara brlrtee;
price tio.oort ii tlXdCO. TJive-Towesf ?lt;c.
u41 parlh:utarj. 253. Portland E. O.
Rerinol OinUnent and Bea
lnol Soap are also excel,
lent for pimples, dandruff,
sores, wounds, 'bona "ad
for a score of other naea
where, a. soothing, bcalingj
treatment may be near! nil.
Practically every drugciit
sells tham. but for trial
free, write to Dept. U-S.
Reainol, Baltimore, Md.