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OPERA IS TONIGHT
Baby Home Needs Big Attend
, ance at Heilig.
PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY
Jtoraeo and Juliet" Is Offerlngr by
Portland Players Public Asked
to Patronize Performance to
Aid Ijittle Ones.
A strange story appeared recently in
a foreign magazine, "soirewhere in Eu
rope," about a chillless, rich woman
who worshiped one god herself, but
didn't know it.
Now, with all her money, mansions,
lands, yachts, bridge parties, servants
and food in abundance, this woman was
unhappy, strangely enough. Her sour,
quarrtlsome temper had driven away
all relatives from her in despair years
ago. She gloated over the fact that
nobody on earth loved her. The do
mestics in her home spoke of their
employer as "that oia cat."
This rich woman, to rid herself of
the unrest, deep despondency and ha
tred to all mankind that possessed her,
tried foreign travel, frequent rest cures
at handy sanitariums, the acquisition
of foreign languages, the applause of
favorites,' the study of strange reli
gions, but all to no avail
Dream Chanees l,lfe.
One night she awoke out of a terri
ble dream and said she had seen, or
thought she had seen, this warning
printed on her brain in letters of fire,
a text from sacred writ:
"Thou fool! This night thy soul
shall bo required of thee!"
Like a flash this rich, selfish old
woman saw that true happiness con
sisted not in working for and pleasing
herself, but in working for and pleas
ing others! In other words, she caught
suddenly the spirit of service, and in
doing so won and held the love of a
WHAT IS AN ,
If- you were to ask a dozen people this
question probably not one would answer cor
rectly, although half a million Americans
are now using it with a marked improvement
in health and strength.
The Internal Bath of to-day is no more
like the old-fashioned Enema than a Vacuum
Cleaner is like a whisk-broom.
Now, b7 means of the "J.B.L. Cascade,
simple warm water cleanses the Lower In
testine the entire length, removes all the
poisonous waste matter therein, and keeps it
as clean and pure as Nature demands it
shall be for perfect health.
You will be astonished at your feelings
the morning after taking an Internal Bath
by aneans of the "J.B.L. Cascade." You
will feel bright, brisk, confident and as
though everything is "working right" and
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It absolutely removes Constipation ana
Woodard Clark & Co.'s Drug Stores in
Portland will explain to you, and on request
will give you a free book on the subject
by an eminent specialist. Ask or send for
this free book to-dav, called "Why Mao
of To-day Is Only 50'.i Efficient," while you
pink of it.
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An enthralling story of mystery, romance and chivalry involv
ing Terence O'Rourke, the happy-go-lucky "gentleman of
fortune," made famous by the pen of George Bronson-Howard
Animated Weekly Showing First Moving
Pictures of Mrs. Wilson Comedy
homeless and motherless little girl,
aged 3 years.
What's all this about?
This: The true spirit of service needs
to be awakened anew today and to
night in this city on behalf of the 70
helpless babies of the Baby Home. They
need money badly up there, about $450
to pay a deficit and $750 or so to start
a new fund for urgent needs.
Benefit Opera Tonight.
Tonight at 8:15 o'clock at the Heilig
Theater the Portland Opera Associa
tion presents the opera, "Romeo and
Juliet." for the benefit of the Baby
Home. Warren A. Erwin i3 manager of
the business committee, and he also
sings in the opera. He says that every
thing has been donated towards to
night's production of "Romeo and Ju
liet," and that every blessed cent re
ceived at the theater box office goes
to the babies of the Baby Home.
Catch the spirit of service lo others
now, and help individually, say, to
save one baby. Buy two tickets. They
are sold at popular prices.
MORE DELEGATES NAMED
State Credits Conference Lists Are
Only four more delegations to the
state credits' conference at Salem,
March 9,' remain to be named.
The West Coast Lumbermen's As
sociation yesterday named the follow
ing five: C. T. Early, of the Oregon
Lumber Company; G. T. Gerlinger, of
Dallas, of the Willamette Valley Lum
ber Company; A. C. Dixon, of Eugene,
of the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company;
V. C. Knapp, of Portland, of the Penin
sula" Lumber Company, and George
Cornwall, publisher of the Timberman.
The committee named by Ben Selling
to represent the House of Representa
tives follows: Ben Selling, chairman;
W. G. Hare, of Hillsboro; J. T. Hinkle,
of Hermiston; W. P. Elmore, of Browns
ville, and R. D. Stanfield, of Stanfield.
One delegate eaph is yet to be named
by the Telegram, the Spokane, Port
land & Seattle Railroad, Northern Pa
cific and O.-W. R. & N.
BARD TO RULE AL KADERS
Shakespeare Characters Will Be
Impersonated at Burlesque.
Macbeth, Romeo, Othello. Juliet and
other creations of Shakespeare will
tread the boards at the Al Kader temple
next Saturday night, and their perform
ance will be passed upon by Will
Shakespeare himself, impersonated by
Dr. Norris R. Cox.
While the production will be a bur
lesque of Shakespeare, the actors are
expected to try to remain true to the
parts given them. What the results
may be only Saturday night can dis
George Stapleton will be Macbeth,
Jerry Bronaugh will be Hamlet, and
Robert Krohn will daringly try to
switch through the parts of Juliet,
Lady Macbeth and Ophelia all in one
This production will be one of the
most pretentious that the Shriners have
attempted in Portland.
J. II. Keep Is Found Guilty.
The jury late last night returned a
verdict of guilty in the case or me
state against Joseph R. Keep, charged
with having obtained money under
false pretenses. William C. Borchers
was indicted jointly with Keep on the
same charge, although the latter was
given a separate trial. It was charged
that the two secured $3000 from Frank
Van Stralen by means of a false mortgage,
THE MORNING OREGOXI AN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
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6 STATES BACK PLAN
Big Meeting at Spokane to
Urge Astoria Naval Base.
M0NTANANS INITIATE IDEA
Commercial Bodies of Two Dako
tas and Idaho Expected to Co
operate In Framing Me
morial to Congress.
ASTORIA, Or., Feb. 23. (Special.)
A great convention of the commercial
bodies of Montana, Idaho, Eastern
Washington and portions of Oregon
and the Dakotas will be held in Spo
kane to promote the cause of a naval
base of the first class at the mouth
of the Columbia River, as provided for
in the bills of Senator Lane and Repre
sentative Hawley, now pending in Con
gress. Chambers of Commerce . and
Commercial Clubs of the territory men
tioned will be requested to name dele
gates to the meeting, which will be
held under the joint patronage of the
Spokane and Kalispell, Mont., Cham
bers of Commerce.
The suggestion for this meeting came
from P. N. Bernard, secretary of the
Kalispell Chamber of Commerce, in a
letter to F. C. Harley, chairman of the
naval base committee, and today it was
decided to adopt the suggestion.
The Spokane Chamber of Commerce
has proffered the use of its rooms and
its co-operation in a letter from Gordon
C. Corbaley, managing secretary.
Spokane Assure Welcome.
Mr. Corbaley said:
"P. N. Bernard, secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce at Kalispell,
writes us that the suggestion has been
offered of holding a meeting in Spo
kane for all interested in the North
west to take action in this matter
(naval base at the mouth of the Co
lumbia). We are, of course, heartily
in favor of such a meeting here and
hasten to assure you that a cordial
welcome will be extended by the Cham
ber of Commerce and all citizens of
Spokane. Please let us know how we
can most effectively co-operate with
you in arranging for such a meeting."
In the absence of Chairman Harley,
the secretary of the naval base com
mittee, Wallace R. Struble tonight
telegraphed the Spokane and Kalis
pell Chambers of Commerce, accepting
their proffers of co-operation, and sug
gesting Monday, March 13, as the date
for the big naval base convention. On
confirmation of a date the invitations
will be sent to all commercial bodies
' Congress to Be 9femorfalixed.
The primary object of the convention
will be to formulate and adopt reso
lutions memorializing the naval au
thorities and Congress to take favor
able action on the Hawley and Lane
In connection therewith the impor
tance of the great region served by the
Columbia and its transportation lines,
rail, river and highway, will be dis
cussed; its strategical importance both
to the Pacific Coast and the Middle
West will be emphasized, and an ex
TiTbit of its productiveness and re
sources will be assembled for the In
formation of Congress.
Incidentally, following the sugges
tion of Mr. Bernard, of Kalispell, the
matter of close co-operation of the
Idol of Filmdom's Millions
Northwestern commercial bodies look
ing to the location within the North
western states of a fair share of pro
posed Government naval and military
industries will probably be discussed.
NEW SHOW MANAGER HERE
Joseph H. Muller Says Hippodrome
Will Open May 6.
Joseph H. Muller. formerly manager
of the Orpheum Theater at Spokane
and newly appointed manager of the
Hippodrome Theater vaudeville house
of Ackerman & Harris, which will open
here on or about May 6, arrived in the
city yesterday and is at the Cornelius.
Mr. Muller said he would make only
a short stay here this trip, but would
return to Portland the middle of April
to remain permanently. He said the
new vaudeville house, which is coming
to Portland and will show at the loca
tion now . occupied by the Orpheum,
will put on vaudeville shows of which
the city will be proud, and that the
prices will be popular. The Orpheum
will occupy its present location until
the end of its season.
CHURCH MEETING DRAWS
Dr. W'. P. White, of Albany, Ad
dresses Friends' Gathering Here.
Dr. W. P. White, of AJbany, was the
principal speaker last night at the
opening session of the state gathering
of the Friends' Church at Sunnyside. A
large attendance and keen interest
marked the meeting. Dr. White took
as his subject "The Coming of the
The ministry, the Sunday school and
tho rhristian Endeavor Society are
among the-subjects being considered
at the conferences wnicn win coounue
through Saturday. The Endeavor so
ciety of the Sunnyside Church is pro
rrrtinnntplv one- of the largest in the
city. These young people will assist
in entertaining the visitors.
Confirmation Held at Sutherlin.
ctttmitjt.tN' nr.. Feb. 23. (SDecial.)
Bishop W. T Sumner, of the Epis
copal diocese OI uregon, arrived ai
Sutherlin today and held a confirma
tion service at the local church, when
many persons were present. Bishop
Sumner received an enthusiastic recep
tion from the members of his churcn
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY WILL
QUICKLY CURE THAT TERRIBLE COUGH
Many Cases of Persistent and Aggravating Coughs That Resisted
All Other Treatment Have Been Permanently
Cured by This Medicine.
There is, we believe, no remedy that
has proved more uniformly successful
in effecting permanent cures of per
sistent and hacking coughs than has
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Read
what people who have been cured by it
say of it:
Mrs. A. L. Alsbaugh, Tonawanda, N.
Y., writes, "Last Winter my husband
had an attack of the grip which left
him with a terrible cough. The doc
tor's medicine and other remedies he
used not proving efficacious, and hav
ing seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
highly recommended, I bought a bottle
of it for him to try. The effect was
certainly marvelous. Alter using it tor
PROSECUTION IS FAULTY
OMISSION OP NAME OF ONE OF
PRINCIPALS VOIDS INDICTMENT.
Petition for Rehearing In Case of
Albion L. Clark Denied In Opinion
by Justice Burnett.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 23. (Special.) The
judgment of Circuit Judge Kelly, of
this district, was upheld by the Supreme
Court today when it sustained a de
murrer to an indictment against Ernest
Underwood charging him with attempt
ing to solicit for a prostitute. The
opinion was written by Justice Benson.
The demurrer to the complaint was
sustained by Judge Kelly because the
name of the woman was not in the
indictment, it being held that the de
fendant could not offer rebuttal
evidence of the woman's unlawful oc
cupation unless her identity was made
known. The defendant ie a former
barber of this city.
Other opinons were:
C B. Canuto, appellant, against Andy
"Weinberger, constable; appealed from Mult
nomah County; mandamus proceedings to
force constable to serve a writ ot resti
tution in a civil case; opinion by Justice
Burnett; judgment of Circuit Judge McGinn
Victor Leon against Delia Leon, appellant:
appealed from Multnomah County; suit tor
divorce; opinion by Justice Moore; judgment
of Circuit Judge McGinn modified so as to
give defendant custody of 6-year-old
oteiia Hadley. appellant, against C. E.
Hadley and others; appealed from Tilla
mook County; involving dower estate: opin
ion by Chief Justice Moore; Judgment of
ex-Circuit Judge Holmes affirmed.
V. S. Cone and others against W. H. Gil
more. Bay City, and others, appellants; ap
pealed from Tillamook County; suit for at
torney fees; opinion by Justice Benson;
judgment of ex-Circuit Judge Holmes re
versed. Isabel Cauldwell, appellant, against Bing
ham & Shelley Company and others; ap
pealed from Multnomah County; motion to
dismiss appeal denied.
In the matter of the petition of Albion L.
Clark for a writ of mandamus against Cir
cuit Court of department No. 1. Multnomah
County, petition for rehearing was denied in
an opinion by Justice Burnett. The court
also denied the petition for rehearing in
Carlson against O'Connor.
Raymond Made Headquarters.
CHEHALIS, Wash., Feb. 23. (Spe
cial.) The local headquarters of the
Puget Sound & Wlllapa Harbor Rail
way Company will be moved from Che
halls to Raymond at the end of Feb-
a day the cough entirely disappeared."
Mrs. P. J. Eastman, Tonawanda, N.
T., writes, "I am only too glad to take
the time to write and tell of the
marked benefit I received a short time
ago through using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. At that time I was ex
periencing a severe cough. It was
most annoying bothering me mostly at
night. I tried several remedies but
nothing did me so much good as one
dose of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
The relief was very great from the
first and before I had used one-hair
of the contents of the bottle, the cough
had entirely disappeared." This rem
edy may be had at any drug store at
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