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TITB MORNING O R EG O X IAN, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 19T5.
rTYOi:kTHUDK F. COWHIiTT)
( ,-- alIlll.allAa.llaIl-i iniintimitinmiiniimntaul
r ,!.:" D its ran todst.
Pvrtaad Itetsbt n-J -l'f4
riaa-. toetf bt.
Or r -.:! at scotch RitS
Cad-lea dtA'-mf party teatsh.t
I Ckrtt.M. 1111. Planer
Vase AC jU do crush 1U(1 too.-. t.
Ao.vnr it !&(. ih icrvtir.
Vu Irra Wolf. wh l th
bout ii( ef Mr. aad Mr. -
fird r. Uvcattrl. was hoaorsd with
a da'K&tf'Jl dinner sad daac prdd
if by ilxa l'lfac W o'f.
ta gut wr ukatl for d.aor. ltr
boot 3 additional visitor iaml
lS 13 party for th e nr .
To non. wr salty decked wit
Qrliinut Cr and srery. sr
?4Al ef vrsraa, hol.y. polatt!
aad BlilUliw draing tb ballroom, la
tba ppr part of ths house.
Pamela (ally aruad a hue llshted
Cbrtstma Ira. about S llltl tot
mad tDTy ytrday afternoon t th,
hem of ill st Lsiu Msieh. wba hl
atertalned th mnbra of hr Jialorj
itml! ciavs. am iaw oi inair iit.w
fr.aada. Io-lo. limM for whKb
prtaea war awarded. aa4 must wra
im lnrtfi of th afteraooa. wits
O:ictou rfr&nat cloain a marry
party. A twer of balloon huscio
no., to lb cei.lns; war captured by
t"i Utt; tut an 4 carried o(( aa oi.
Btr ef to ortruloa. Mi M-.itk
a alte. t7 Iter teawtber. Mr. iHira
Mr. an Mr. O-ori U Wlilett bar
J-itt retnrd from a tuot llrtn.r
ftp la California. Tbr litd la fan
!.:!.; bfor lb rlo.o ef tb tiso-
it to a. ltr l"Tf to Iiasr ao4
a a a
fie of b meat rtr anticipated
afTtir of tb aw T.ar it tb rcp
tioa aa.1 4aa to k Kla Katur4ir
Bt4bl at lCotl Multsomab br tb a. tto
r.nlr ef Cmma t'bl Kata. Of tb
t ( A kavnM t'afrolla inj !
patroaaaaaa fir the affir ara Jin.
Kami: tea Wair. Mr. aol Mr. O. W.
)U.em. Mr. aa4 M't. Wlliiarn Kll.lo.
nrtx Mr. an4 Mn. rw4rtm Jama
Vk tt.ar. M Rata Guppr. Mr. Ailra
Kaaaoa boacb. Mr. a I Mra. Tboma
Horl Jr. Mr. aa4 Mra. Cram Mc
Mlchao. Mr. aa4 Mra. Joha li;cka
aad Mr. aai Mr. tTaaJ M'-t"u!loa. Tb
kat for lb aat will ba- Kafb.
aria Urtlc.e. Katbaria Mofil4.
ra- Xfkt.ilt. Orara Ljl.r. ta
Nrack. Hatr1e Urla llal CtrrT.
AUc. M::i. rrots tMftJ. Ilrr.
tt re.bamaa. H:o V--Cormrk.
!(! Jobaa. Mararit Ofott. Jap
rea. Mary Jobaa. Form-o libaraoaa.
tro(ar Collier. Aara. Mi::r. Immt
Weetlaa. Mitraua A'iaa. Irotbr Moat
ratnrT. K"bT utatwar. Marr Caller.
eaalo t'U-k-T. LiUlaa Ho. tao. Tlor.
mncm rara'iua. IorotB)r rvabar. llla
r.attnr. barb ILrhr. '.ral'a Itob
btaa. V Mrt Tboto-k. K.tbar ll'li aa4
Tka itaont dab wt!l lrtla
wits a Nw T.ar party tomorrow
a.t at tb K.nton Clob.
a a a
Arpba Pa!t Cbaptar of Gamma Tetta
wortty of t'ni.-r.uy af cr-eot nir
tataa.1 We4ae4aT wltf aa Urpbeam
party f-r 31 aaaMtt, follow.4 by t.a
a a .a
Tatar afternoon tee Gamma Pelt
war eat.rtiaat by ML I'. art Ce-ty
at tie borne of br ltr. Mr, liaors
I". C:maa. wua a 4lisbtfal t.a. at
whlra tba boaor rua.t wrt Ml
rran.: Nino. f Seattle: Mr. pi
Urk. of Ticon. aai Mra. K4w.r4
mil E4lta Crta. of faUro. Tbe
lpba Cbapt.r of Ortcoa aa4 Iba ltt
bapter of aaitatoa alao were
aaaeta at tb affal-.
a e e
TSraa haadre.J yooR people obot.4
the koil-lar tUaea ". lat e.eainc
la Iba rryatal roorn of Hoi. I lino, by
member ef tbe Alsba Il.ta Kappa fra
ternity. Tb afT.r waa att.oi.4 by a
Tara; aambar ef youa- people borne
far tb koikUy aa4 ' wt:i be rt
nambar4 aa oaa ef tb oi:t..t r
bM br Ibia popular f-atarattr Mi.
Rata I'oty aa Mbitioa 4aa.
Tb t. C. X r. Ciab ha romrtt4
arratTmaat f -r llr New T''
Pary t b cTa tbt. etraaiBC tbe
rtb.4rJ ICalU .ot.aotb an4 t'oorb
treat. A plea.aat otntt t aali t
Pat .4 aa 4aa:ia will rvettaa UU
1 A If.
Tbe eotamiU It rbr lB-t-44e
X.M.. Mo..t Vtartby. Katberta
4'tiaa. Vr. MatcKiaeea. Irvtta
sjulait. Katbertne liooa aa4 Vr-rt
Me.tKaon. Tb petroae.. wi: be
Vfra, tV. A. r.ier. Mr. K it. Feerr.
Mra. T. a. Mo. Mra J ralb.r. Mra
J. rvftara, M-. V Kit". Mr. T. Gisa
a I M.-a M. J. rrl--)il.
Tb i. X C B. Girt are mablaaT
t.a.t prvparatieaa. for tbir tp
T.ar party, t be n Tarly -!atr.
J.Btary ti. at rotlltloa Halt.
Tbe lt Tot: tea wt:i H tb.ir opea
intj partp Trtiar e.ei-itr. Jaouarv IV
at Cbrtea Hall. A 'pptB' party
a o e
rtXTU:TON. r. rv. J p-iaJ .
HmruiK tb.ir mo.t tntimat
f.a tvl;!!arn t'ourt.r. a prorntnoat
fafulltoa r!a birtr. ar-1 M Mablo
!.):. B wla ba beaa kia b)bkepar
foe tb Pt aa y.ar. left r.ad'.loa
taet weak ast w.re Barrit la Tort
fc.r ryi.tar. ! of tbe r !rwtli
t.. a boat of fr-4. la ra4Iaton.
Tbefy aarrla. waa onknoata aatt.
Ibay piarB4 Ta4y aibt.
Mr an4 Mra. rn.rta. rntntt bare
ffwtal ta tb.ir aw kom. i Nortk
. aj.ed.rae Ma.
Tt(C Awartcaa-mari cbra-tr dott
ba a!t uppUBtd f" Oermaa
l. wlt. In tbe Ut few month.. Tart:y
fren aece..i" 4 parity latv of
i:t 'rp.13a a.af'i of M4ai !(
4roa. ef U Ansel.. ';::rala. tb
do l tl f ea ;ot Cbritrna tre.
I b tb r'tlt ef Ike W of tb
V4 ..Cera wenaa.
p.eayei(M vrei of eoatamad
V;ia he or'"r.tl ta tbe fertile
araia ef Ma4am MJ'. and asaay
f tbe bi(..t man f.'viriB bourne la
tr cauairy are lochia- to b.r for
bjaa Ta coetunie4 !-il ar aslnla-t-ir
kltry lioiv M r Injua dolt
ahl-"rj bava br Bt to tb eltfeme
... wb.r tta cbiMrea ba for the
ot part aeeer ea iaitaaa. ara
plaaaed ltr tb noi .--ur'e oftaerr.
a- ef d.ia'l la ro.' tme an! civ a
fair H ef tb ral tidlaa dr.. T
tie e.itHr.a ef tte io'.h mam ea-i
del: r tb r of lb i:aima. There
are eter la coaturae ef all aatlon la
p4Vtur-j rowboy i trb aa4 la van-Ins-
and fernooa 4r..a ef faahio
ai. worn. a.
Tbe snad.rn cbaract.r doll bae a-lt
sp"lae4 te Irnparted doll In row
nei"aal m- in. tlat were aleae lo
ba f-rn f a fw y.ar Bad lb rt.
t.etoe ef 11. 14. be. meat a .me 1 1
frn. rrem bee vei;aai'tv.
X first. aVtud (Waa4 l iiaai
I hill Jll lllfflill
AN" ATTRACTIVE BELLE WHO
NIGHT AT ALPUA BETA KAPPA FUNCTION.
1 " f(lV
. ( ,
I r : i
I i tit II
. ft, A
It.n4'rna wrr tboocbl out darlnc a
proloac4 li:n.. at a Caiifornla bo.
pitaL rB paat mora Lbaa a .ar In
a bleb be waa onabla to rta to a lt
line po ion. Imrlntt tbla period b
orictnated !'. that B'tted ber about
It'. t awiliiatT to wait uatil b left
tb lojiituiioa to put her Idea lata
iixal oft. f p.ruaied her Bur to
brine br bita of bri-ht-co!or.4 mat.
rial, eclaaor and paper. Tb cowboy
doll wa her first Id aa4 tb otber
Wbtio b waa aaabte to do muca la
the way of actually mablnr th.-rr-m.ot
wblla la tb boapital. ah d
icad Mon of pattern for dresae
and bats, "b a:o drw roub outline
of tb type of fares that ahould be
mad to fit tb roatame. and whea
at leasta b waa r.l.aa.4. ha bad ber
plan rvadr to b'C'.o la aniL
Tka firat dotl. b vent from br
bom w.r mad a proaal lft to
tbe ctilUr.a of ber ar-tuaintanc. but
ber fam Mea pra4 and aba waa
ceiled cpea to d.sisa roetam.a tor
maaafacturar of top. Pln- then tb
lad'Jtry ba rr ao a:rat tbat b
ba opened a boalo.a tabliabmat
ad .mp!oy. a Urr. corpe of -rW.
to rarrr out ber 14. a.
M4arn ir.ndroa I a modet litt!
womaa of Oermaa d.erebt. with bair
a l.ut9 aa ttfat ef br lUtl Dutch
doll, fb epende by tar tee rreater
part of ber daya la her coetumlec
tablihmnt urroun4rd by her fairy
land of brifht:y dre4 doll, holt of
mat.rtala ready to be cat and d.aicn
r.alr lo be carried out. Durlnc tb
txMt year b ba realised about 1 1 .
clear profit from ber Inda.try and h
a optlml.tlo of tho rult of tbo
rear work, when practically all toys
mast be of Americas make.
rjlitt. vbol .. has a clubwomon
X so occupied la personal holiday af
fair that club affair bav been ob
scured a : moat. Eon, bowtvar, ara
bavtar holiday aad Chrlatava club par
tie, auvb a Cbaptar A. P. tl. O, which
lonlcbt will be n(rtain.4 at tb bom
of Mrs. W. T. Crser. A Cbrlalms vnl
witl b mad of tb affair aad tale of
Tul Urn will b told by M:a Kueenl
Vii'oodbary. who wUl (lv a aamber of
f'hrUtma )etratlons will prevail
and tb ho. Us will b assisted by
Mr. II If. Wardner. Mrs. J. P. Jaecer,
Mr. r W. Mlalk. Mrs. C II Davis.
Mr. II r. Mci'tl. Mr, f. II- Mori.n.
Mr. D. I. IN'lK'.am. who ar mmbrs
of Iba rfrarn.at committee.
Tb buaband of th chapter will be
there, rnakintr up a tars' parly of i.
Aft.r th pig(r.mn cards and dan
clad v tit be u)oye-l.
Tb rurreol literature department of
tb I'ortiaad Woman Club waa enter
tained at tuacb.oa ye.terday at the
home ef Mr ti. J. Jamison, who wa
aaei.t.d by Mr, t P Kmlta and Mr.
M. A. libvnta MrCA.bert M. Ilrewa
Save a rJlo.
Twen'y women met yterdy at th
home of Mra i;.ore M. .istr and
erssnlje-1 a w club, la ski ll they
will eomMn P'srbolocy. art and mu
etc. It. f re.bm.nie w.r served. The
kwlM wa a.itd by Mtaa aura r la
te a aad Mr . It rarrlncton. who ha
Jit retaraed from California. Tbe
rlub will ba its formal opening- Jan
uary 1 A.
a e e
rrsm fi.ii Trancl.co rem tb new
that AUred Noy... th celebrated
l.cs't.b poet. I k.insT honor. 4 at a
BimNr ef affair flv.n by th roub
rs California Woman IT.. Club. Mr.
Notts la vi.ttlr.tt a number of citi..
and speaking for tb women' pr.ss
club, and II I probable mat b will
vv.it Portland la th nar futur.
Mr. Mitee Doyle and Mrs. IL R
OraemaB. of lb flower Mission de
partmanl ef tbo W. C T. 1-'-. vl.Hed
tb Jail yrday and save New Tear a
reetlns. to Jadce it. reason's N.w
tarp tlub and ot".r mra at th JalL
Annoanrr meet fee ben msd that
4'1-a.i. from tbe Portland Woman's
I'lub bar bea reque.t.d lo attme
the Corval'.ls liomemakera' convention
Mer wt I be held la that city from
January I It 1 Those who ar able
lo ait-cd may notify tbe club preel-
deal. Mrs. G. J. Frank. L
M-- r.avmond O. LiMl.r eatertalned
tb l:oe City Coterie Club at ber horn
a Monnt Taxr Wedaeeday afternoon.
Mr. Illm.r W. Brewer, ef Pendleton,
aa aa out-of-loan visitor at th rlun.
Of ln'rr.t lo Portland rlubwo-nn
nxnii tb r.a. from N.w York that
Tb Ndle and Tbinb! club of
AmtvrU ivad v4 fora4 tu:r L&s
CAVE EXHIBITION DANCE LAST
direction ef Mra. J. Chrtatophor MarVa
Hranchea ar to ba formed all orer ti
One of today' enjoyable event IH
ba tbe rulr monthly luncheon of tb
Portland rhaptr of th P. K. O. 6tatrr
hood. at 1J JO. In th Old. Worttnan
Ktnr tearoom. All member of th
p. C O. atland tbe rular luncheooa.
Tb :ta annua! Cbrldmaa roanlon
and ntnaloment of th Portland
Prorr Club wa held YVednerday at
the home of Mr. Horace K.nton. 431
Kaat Twenty-foortb atreet. with Mra
U C. I'bl.llpa. preatdaat. prealdior.
TtM bWaeaaak.r a ad th Hit.
NCi; upon a Urn la a arnall villas
thcr lived a very poor ahoemak.r
Ilia wife, who waa a croa and attney
"; ";;. ";T
V pw. .... . -
and In conwautnc of thl b mad
hi lir Oilaerabl by br con tan I acold
Tb shoemaker, vrbos nam was
Peter, felt very sad. II wa tender
hearted and his wife's scoldings mad
That.nicht ha at lata be for th
dylna embers In the bic chimney. Ill
wife had con to bed first, and ha waa
all alone In tb kitchen. Not a sound
waa heard but tba rain pell In on the
patched roof. Out Into tb sllenc
sounded a faint tap on th door.
"Com In. ald Peter, kindly. Th
door opened and In tripped a tiny elf.
Ill brown rob buns; wet about bis
fit by th fire." said Tcler. draw.
In- up a alool to th warm rlow. Thai
Utile e'.f took the rased shoes from;
hi wrt fret and placed them on the I
hrarth to dry. Peter felt sorry for th'
little man. aa h se him a drink of;
tier and th last crumb of tb bread
that w.r left In lb bos. Ha noticed,
that th little shoes were worn out. the
olra almost con. So ha took them up
and asked th elf If he wanted tbem '
Tb If did not niak any reply he
only laid bis band on bla Hps.
The poor little fellow Is dumb." re
marked Peter, sadly. "But I know these
shoe need ruins and I am coins lo
do It for him, no matter what my wife
- Tick. lack. tick, lack wtnt th shoe
maker's hammer, and In a short while
th tiny sbors wrr aa cood a new.
Tba lltil elf placed Ibetu on his fet
l am not dumb." he aaid. "but I:
am undersoins a punishment. Myj
father la lha kmc of the alvas and I
have been for years a troublesome son.!
selfish and willful. To punlsn me. a;
year as my father said I must wander'
about th world alon and never speak'
lo anyone: and if I could find a per
son kind snouch lo help ma without i
pay Iba spell would be broken, bo 11
am bow free to S bom to my father'
palace back far In th Jeweled cavern.!
It I I b.r that ntht and day we mak.
th cm which shin In tha qusrn'i
crown and deck lha women of earth.'
H looked about at th bar walla,
the dirt t ioor. tba empty cupboard. I
"Ion rav me your last crumb of
breed, did you not" asked tb elf. I
"Ye." replied leler. who waa busyl
Ihinklnc about what his wlf would
do, "thoe wer th last bits la the
Tb elf doc down Into bis brown
robe and broucht up a baa.
"la this bas." be said, "ar enooch
rubles lo make you rich for life. I
sive tbem lo you In reward for your
kindness. Iluy for yourselves land,
cattle and a fin home, but remember
lo ! be. as you were lo m. kind
lo other. Tell your wlf also to r
member thl caution: ir b vr
speaks croealy lo you asaln all th
rtcbe will vanish and sh will b left
poorer thaa ah bas v.r been." And
with thl lha lf opened th door and
With tb cma sold and a bus sack
of cold received la payment, Ptr
bousbt a pic house. plnty of caul
and kept open house for the- In
trouble. And bl wlf waa vary bappr.
too: ao bappy that she never asaln
spoke a crr-sa word lo her husband and
tb pair lived contentedly to a cood
Cop)TtM. !!&. by tbe MeCloee Xewepaper
CONTEMPT CHARGED TO 3
Citation laaaed m Result of Injunc
tion Oner Property hale.
Juds J V. Campbell, "f th t.'ii-emt
Court at Oregon Cuy, dissolv! on
ember -t th Injunction suit of Joe
Odermalt an4 John Anderea: attalnat
Juatkra of the I'.ac J. R. Kelson, of
Mllwaukle; Conatabla A. L. Herd. John
Miller and Milo C. Kin;, bla attorney,
wherein It waa toucbt to restrain th
Constable' ala of peronal property
belontrlna; to Jo Odennatt. the execu
On the vara day. accordlntr to At
torney Klntr. Odermatt sold tb prop
erty at public auction la aileared de
fiance of tb execution and on the fol
lowing; day the Constable, with hi
deputies, recovered poeaion of tbe
property from tb various purchaser
at tb sal and re-sold th am at
Constable sal on December I J. aa bad
Because of these acta. Odermatt. John
Andrreyir. It. Daniel and Fred Jenson
and their attorney have been cited for
contempt of court.
In The IfcRKET
THB Portland storea and markets
bavins; don trplendlif holiday busi
ness ar now setUlns down to re-rolar
weekly trade, confident that tha food
times, which, th East Is already en
Joyins. have besun to roll Ilk a wave
across tbe continent and win rubmcrc
aa before lone-
Florida Is conslfrnIn- as "Sunshine'
srapef rult in boxes of It to 24 at !.:S
each, and Florida grapefruit has
tana all Its own.
Sold slnsly. "russets" ar retailed at
two for SS cents: other stock at 10
cents each. California S cents each or
six for a quarter.
e e e
Florida oranse. 40 cents a dozen.
California navel. 25 and SO cents; lem
ons. 10. 15 and 20 cents. Mexican limes.
0 cents a dosen.
A new shipment cane by last steamer
from Japan of tha "pears with which
w be cam acquainted last Autumn.
ISound aa apples, of uniform Hrht-
brow-n color, and very Juicy; they bring-
15 rents for two.
Bananas are becominc scarce and are
selling at 25 cents a dosen.
Italian chestnuts, also a novelty, re-
tall at 25 cents a pound.
Some croundcherrles are still to be
seen two pounds for 15 cents.
Florida cumquat. 50 cents a basket;
pineapples. 25 and SO cent each.
Emperor crapes, from California, at
10 cents a pound are about the only
fresh crapes now to be had.
Cranberries. 15 cents a quart, and
some huckleberries at three pounds for
a quarter are still to be had.
A wide variety of apples from 10
cents to SO cents a dosen is on sale,.
and very rood Winter Nellls pears at
thr qound for a quarter.
Choice Buerre Boac pears at 40 cents
dosen. and other inviting- varieties
at SO cents.
e e e
In the. veeretable market Button
mushrooms, from Chicago, hothouse
srown. ara new and retail for 11 a
Lrfjca 1 1 y-rrowti stock Is In market at
half that price.
California rhubarb. 1ZH cents; ec re
plant. 20 cents a pound, the price also
of both extra fancy tomatoes and bell
Artichokes, two for a quarter; Brus
sels sprouts, 10 cents a pound; lettuce
head. C and 10 centa eacb; celery
bearta. 15 cants a bunch.
Superior sweet potatoes, five pounds
for 15 cents; Irish, f 1.25 a sack and up-
Oyster plant. SO centa a dosen; celery
root. 6 rents each.
Cauliflower. 10 and 15 cents a head:
ru lab as a. a cent a pound; Hubbard
squash, t and 10 cents each.
Tha common vegetable abound, and
spinach, parsley and watercress bring
up th rear.
A new arrival in the dellcatessrn
department Is Finnan haddocks In
Class, at 55 cents a Jar.
In th Carroll Market a "home can
nery offers various products: grape
Juice. 25 cents, and tomato catsup, 15
cents a bottle; cooked siring- beans, 15
cents a quart.
Headcheese, which looks very fine,
II cents a pound.
A demonstration of an old-established
make of chocolate may b met in the
larse stores. The product is first-class,
and when deftly and affably served
wl'h whlprterf cream and hacked hv a
Beautiful Jet Hats
Special New Years Dinner
12 to 8:30 P. M.,
We Serve Three Special Dinners Daily
Sunday Table d'Hote Dinner, 75c
A La Carte Service Daily, 6:30 A M. to 8:30 P. M.
cold day the demonstrator bas no lack
The fish market Is enlivened by the
IntelllKecce that a considerable run of
Columbia River smelt appeared In the
Cowlitx on Wednesday, and consequent
ly the prico has dropped to 15 cents
Eturseon. 20 cents, and Chinook sal
mon. 15 cents a pound.
Sea trout, 25 cents: sanddabs, rock
cod and silver perch. IS cents a pound.
Halibut, black cod. Ink fish and ball
but cheeks. )2M cents a pound.
Herring and flounder, 10 cents, and
German rarp. 5 cents a pound.
Oysters. Eastern and Western. 50
cents a pint.
Lobfters. 0 cents a pound; crabs, 15,
20 and 25 centa each.
Mussels. 10 cents, and hardshell
clams, C cents a pound.
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In tha poultry market Hens are 23
cents, geese and ducks, 25 cents, and
turkeys. 30 cents a pound.
Fowls, cleaned and dressed. 60 cents
to fl each.
Squabs, 40. 50 and 60 "cents each;
Guinea fowl, f 1.50 each.
Rabbits. 20 and 25 cents each.
Poultry-ranch txsa, 45 centa a dosen.
"Eggs are down, but not In quality," la
the assertion of a reliable dealer who
offers fresh stock at 40 cents, two
dozen 75 cents.
Storage eggs are also offered at SO
and 35 cents a dozen.
Butter Is 28. 33 and 35 cents a pound;
55 and 65 cents a roll.
RABBI GOLD 10 LECTURE
VISITOR WORKIXO TO RE-ESTABLISH
JEWS IN' PALESTINE.
Supporter f Zionist' Movement to Give
Addresses la Synagogue of
Prtlaad While Here,
On a tour of the country In support
of the Zionist movement Rabbi Wolf
Gold, of Brooklyn. M. T., arrived In
Portland yesterday morning; and will
give several addresses in the syna
gogues of the city while here. His
plan Is to organize the orthodox Jews
of the city with a view to re-establishing
ultimately tho home of that race
Rabbi Gold comes as a representative
of the Mis radii Society, a branch of the J
Tha Dlan of the movement woicn ne
represents bp said yesterday is to con
tinue tbe work of colonization which
has already been begun in Palestine,
we do not plan to take Jews irora
this country and establixh them in
Palestine, ho said, "but rather we will
take Jews from the lands where they
are at present persecuted."
The visitor is tho rabbi or tn con
gregation of Beth Jacob Ansae! Shalom,
the largest rynagogue in Brooklyn,
He will sDeak at the First-street syn
agogue Saturday morning at 10:30 and
at th Sixth-street synagogue Sunday
afternoon at 2:30. "
SLEEPY MAN CAR VICTIM
Passenger, at Hospital, Explains
Why He Rolled Orf Step.
Benjamin Staler, 1774 East Ninth
street North, waa so sleepy, ne tola
the Good Samaritan Hospital, that he
couldn't board the streetcar properly.
So be rolled off the step.
Someone on tho back platform saw
him lying on tho track, the streetscar
stopped and brought him to town with
two mashed flnirers. The accident
happened thl morning at :20 o'clock
at the Scllwood car station. The In
juries are slight. A half -used bottle of
whisky in bis pocket was unbroken.
SHANGHAI CONSUL IS DUE
Thomas Sainnions to Speak This
Afternoon on Forclffn Trade.
Thomas Sammone. United States
Consul-General at Shanghai. China, will
be In Portland toiiav and will give
$1 Per Cover
""Dancing With Dining
That the popularity of "dancing with din
ing" is something more than a temporary
craze or passing fad, and that it is founded
on psychological and scientific reasons, is
again proclaimed by still another recog
nized authority, this time from the pen of
Lillian Russell, as follows:
Therefore, starting promptly with the New
Year, Saturday, January 1, 1916, the Hotel
Multnomah swings into line with the
Initial Opening in Portland
of a Dance Floor in the
Center of the Hotel Grille
for dancing every evening during the
dinner hour, 6 to 8, and during the supper
hour, 10 to 12. This dancing floor space
will always be kept clear, and augmented
orchestra dance music provided for those
who want to see Portland keep pace with
Portland merchants some first-hand in
formation relative to trade conditions
and possibilities in the Orient and
particularly China. He will speak at
a luncheon given In his honor in the
Commercial Club building and will also
hold conferences with Portland ship
pers and others interested.
Mr. Jsammons is away from his post
on leave of absence and In making a
Happy New Year !
A Happy, Prosperous New Year
filled with all sorts of good things and
hearty appreciation and thanks for the
patronage extended us during the past
year, is our wish to all.
Used in homes where good
coffee is a necessity and
not an incident.
Steel Cut No Chaff
Closset & Devers
"If a man knows ha
is young: enough
and capable enough
to dance, he feels
he is young enough
and capable enough
to be active and
successful in other
when a woman
reaches the same
conclusions she se
cures a new lease of
life and useful
ness." business tour of the United States. Ha
will arrive in Portland early this morn
ing from Seattle.
He expects to leave in the afternoon
for San Francisco and to sail from Saa
Francisco for Shanghai January 5.
The State of Ohio I. to establish a postal
system for the service of the varlouH atato
departments entirely separates from that of
tho National Oovrnmenf .